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download the cbs news app on cell phone or tv. i' it's tuesday, june 28th, 2022. this is the "cbs morning news." tragedy in texas. dozens of migrants are found dead inside a tractor-trailer in san antonio. what we know right now about the presumed migrant smuggling operation. deadly train derailment. three people killed when an amtrak train with hundreds on board collided with a truck. surprise hearing. the committee investigating the january 6th riots at the capitol announced a last-second hearing where they present what they'll say is new evidence. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin with breaking news overnight. a horrific scene in texas
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highlighting how desperate the situation at the southern border is. officials say 46 people were found dead in and around a tractor-trailer in san antonio yesterday from what is an apparent human smuggling incident gone horribly wrong. more than a dozen others were hospitalized including children. our dallas fort worth station is in san antonio with more on this right now. what do we know? >> reporter: san antonio police say a city worker helped uncover the gruesome scene after hearing a cry for help near a tractor-trailer on a remote back road. the worker looked inside the tractor-trailer and found a number of dead bodies. >> we have processed a number of bod dwlas have been triaged, tagged, declared deceased at this time. we're not supposed to open up a truck and see stacks of bodies there. none of us comes to work expecting that.
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>> reporter: this is the latest in people trying to cross the border. >> the plight of migrants seeking refuge is a humanitarian crisis. tonight we're dealing with a horrific human tragedy. >> reporter: four children were among 16 people taken to area hospitals. they were hot to the touch and dehydrated with no signs of water in the trailer. >> if it's 100 outside. it's about 125 degrees inside without water, without air, without nothing. it's ridiculous. drivers can do that. >> reporter: they may conduct another canine search in the woods just to make sure there are no additional bodies. ken molestina, bs news, san antonio, texas. three people were killed on an amtrak train when it collided with a dump truck. it derailed and tipped over. >> reporter: seven cars of this amtrak passenger train derailed and tipped over after striking a
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dump truck in rural missouri monday afternoon. >> there are multiple injuries and we can confirm there are three ne in the truck. >> reporter: the train was traveling from los angeles to chicago when it hit the truck in an uncontrolled crossing. more than 200 people were on board. >> we know one female under the train. >> reporter: images from inside show passengers trying to get out amid destruction. >> you heard a loud noise. >> reporter: passenger recounts the heroics she saw during the chaos. >> there was one gentleman who lifted all of us in her train car up through the ceiling and another passenger grabbed us. >> reporter: helicopters carry victims to several local hospitals. >> any time you have a derailment of a train and multiple cars, it's not a good day. >> reporter: two boy scout troops were on board. the group said one 15-year-old
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scout rendered aid on the dump truck driver until he died. the ntsb will send a group to investigate. >> we've asked for a forward facing camera and rear facing cameras. >> reporter: the track will be closed for days while they gather evidence. the house committee investigating the january 6th attack on the capitol made a surprise announcement. it's holding a previously unscheduled hearing today. the committee says it will present recently obtained evidence and hear witness testimony. there is no word on who might be testifying or what the new evidence might be. the committee wasn't supposed to meet again until next month. meanwhile, attorney john eastman who allegedly helped former president trump try to overturn the 2020 election results says federal agents seized his cell phone. in a court filing eastman said his phone was taken when he left a restaurant last week. we will bring you live coverage
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of today's january 6th hearing in a cbs news special report at 1 p.m. eastern. now to a fight over abortion rights. in a letter to lawmakers yesterday, house speaker nancy pelosi said democrats want to pass legislation guaranteeing access to abortion. she said democrats are exploring ways to ensure women can travel for abortions to states where it is legal. as demonstrators take to the streets, they will decide in november whether to guarantee the right to an borings in their state. companion of jeffrey epstein, me will be sentenced to court today for her role with jeffrey epstein. several of maxwell's accusers will speak at today's sentencing hearing. prosecutors want her to spend at
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least 30 years in prison. maxwell's lawyers are asking for no more than five years. meanwhile, a russian court ordered wnba star brittney griner to stand trial on cannabis charges. she appeared in court in handcuffs and they want her to remain in jail for another six months. russian authorities said they found cannabis baked cartridges in her luggage. she faces up to 10 years in convicted. ukraine's president is calling russia's latest attack, quote, one of the most daring attacks in european history. they struck a crowded shopping mall yesterday. the regional governor said at least 18 people were killed and 60 injured. we have the story. >> reporter: thick black smoke billowed from this shopping center in the central ukraine city, the handy work of russian
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missiles. from inside a man yelled to someone to follow him to safety. the wounded were loaded into ambulances. they watched as a barrage of russian rockets glided over buildings hitting a kindergarten playground and this apartment complex. six people hurt including this seven-year-old girl and her russian mother. her father died. against this latest backdrop of russia's four-month-old war in ukraine, they pledged more retribution against the kremlin. while nato, its leaders meeting later this week in spain, said it would increase more than 300,000 levels of high readiness troops. part of the biggest overhaul since the cold war. and as ukraine's president volodymyr zelenskyy called for more modern andff eecveti
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arrive. these destroyed russian military trucks near the kharkiv front line are thought to be from the first strikes of the u.s. supplied guided missile systems. we we'll turn to the eastern city of sievierodonetsk. now coming up, faith in football. the supreme court rules over prayer on a school football field. later, pilots hit the pickett line. why delta pilots are holding protests this week. this is the "cbs morning news." . with tremfya®, most people saw 90% clearer skin at 16 weeks. the majority of people saw 90% clearer skin even at 5 years. serious allergic reactions may occur. tremfya® may increase your risk of infections and lower your ability to fight them.
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a man is accused of assaulting rudy giuliani in a supermarket. the supreme court handed down a decision on prayer at school. those are some of the headlines on the morning newstand. the washington post reports the supreme court ruled in favor of a former washington state high school football coach who knelt and prayed after games at midfield. he lost his job after the school district told him to stop praying with students on the field. he sued claiming it violated his constitutional rights. >> it started out as a moment of silent prayer by myself. i had no intentions of going back and wanting to pray with kids. in a 6-3 decision they said the coach's on field prayers were convicted by free speech and religious exercise.
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"the wall street journal" says a grocery store employee who allegedly slapped rudy giuliani on the back was arrested. he was campaigning for his son who's running for governor. the employee, 39-year-old daniel gill, was jailed for more than 24 hours and then released. his attorney said he merely patted giuliani but police say he cursed at giuliani while slapping him. and our san diego affiliate says a $300 million yacht owned by a russian oligarch arrived in san diego after being seized from the u.s. it was seized by the department of justice. the justice department said the oligarch who owns the yacht is the beneficiary of russian corruption. still to come, a new altitude for tom cruise. his new movie "top gun maverick"
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as the market cools off. the dow lost 62. nasdaq down 83. s&p 500 losing 11. get ready for the possibility of more money in your social security check. millions of u.s. seniors and others who receive the benefits are on track for a cost of living adjustment of 11%. by comparison, a social security official said he expects a bump of 8% based on the current inflationary trends. the agency's cost of living adjustment takes effect in december with the updated benefits paid out beginning in january. you might see delayed flights with delta thursday. hundreds of pilots plan to pickett and if the carrier changes the schedules. they are set to be off duty pilots. it's happening at airports in atlanta, detroit, los angeles, minneapolis, new,eatt it is goo.
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"top gun maverick" is the first film in the actor's 40 year career to reach $1 billion in the box office. it's a production of paramount pictures which like cbs news is part of paramount global. that is your "cbs moneywatch" reported for this tuesday morning. i'm matt piper, cbs news, new york. a blow to the biden administration as a federal appeals court will reconsider its own ruling on covid vaccine mandates. in april the court allowed the rye requirement for them to be vaccinated. now a temporary block will go into place while the court reconsiders the case. up next, allegations against the houston texans. a lawsuit filed against the nfl team accusing it of turning a blind eye to the actions of former player deshaun watson.
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after much speculation that he was going to be traded. irving will make more than $36 million this season. and a lawsuit has been filed against the nfl's houston texans. it accuses the team of failing to take action after being informed about sexual misconduct desha was filed by 24 women who sued watson. it alleges team management turned a blind eye. houston texans say that they're cooperating with law enforcement in connection with all investigations involving watson. meanwhile, there's a disciplinary hearing today to determine whether watson violated the nfl's personal conduct policy. the nfl might take a year's suspension. mary mara apparently died by accident by swimming. the body of the 61-year-old was
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found in up state new york near the canadian border. she was known for her role in er and dexter. she had a career spanning more than 30 years. coming up only on cbs mornings, the first television interview with john hinckley jr., the man who tried to assassinate president ronald 41 years ago.
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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. right now at 5:00, growing concern over how big tech could assist abortion related prosecutions this morning. the warning from experts.
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>> and a surprise hearing into the investigation into the capitol insurrection. and one bay area county could make an overdose prevention drug available in schools. the vote happening today. a quick look outside, morning fog before plenty of sunshine later. first alert meteorologist jessica burch has more on this cooler pattern. good morning to you. it is tuesday, june 28th. i'm amanda starrantino. >> and i'm len kiese. i want to get to justin andrews to talk more about those cooler temperatures on the way. i'm here for it. >> i am too, just in time for the holiday weekend as well. now, there's no rain in the forecast. however, temperatures are going to be well below average no matter where you live, whether we're in the bay, whether we're all the way out in concord area or inland hills, it is going to be a cool, cool weekend ahead of us. another live look right now just over the city skyline, it is a calm start to our day, still patchy fog pushing its way
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