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for more news, download the cbs news app on your cell phone or connected tv. cbs news, new york. it's it's tuesday, august 30th, 2022. this is the "cbs morning news." documents reviewed. investigators say they've gone through materials seized from mar-a-lago. their findings ahead of a key deadline today. not done yet. serena williams advances in the u.s. open. what she reveals in her post-match interview. this is a brand-new rocket. it's not going to fly until it's ready. >> space setback. nasa's return to the moon has to wait a little longer. the problems that could delay a second rocket launch of artemis 1. good morning. good to be with you.
i'm anne-marie green. we begin with the continuing questions of the papers seized earlier this month. trump's legal team wants a new special master appointed to oversee the documents review to ensure any material protected by attorney client privileges are set aside but a court filing yesterday indicates that the justice department has already completed its review and did not find documents protected. bradley blackburn is in. >> reporter: the legal wrangling continues. the judge is appointed to appointing a special master. they have already started assessing the potential security risks in the president's handling of very sensitive papers. >> investigators reviewing papers seized from former president trump's home said they found a limited number of
documents that could be covered by attorney-client privilege. sources say that helps make their case for an outside attorney or special master to be appointed to review the documents. >> they're going to try to get the judge involved, get a third-party special master involved to slow this down. >> today the justice department has a deadline to respond to the request for a special master. thursday they're set to hold a hearing. friday's release of the heavily redacted affidavit on the august 8th search reveals of the 15 boxes returned to the national archives in january, 67 documents were marked confidential, 92 marked secret and another 25 marked top secret. the affidavit also indicated that some of the documents may have contained information from cia spies or informants. >> this is the most sensitive material of the united states intelligence community. >> reporter: the office of the director of national
intelligence admiral haynes is leading a review to determine any potential risks to national security. and now former president trump is seeming to reach out directly to rank and file fbi agents. yesterday on his social media accounts he wrote, fbi, make america great again and asked when will agents say, quote, we aren't going to take it anymore. >> interesting. bradley blackburn, thank you. serena williams is not quite ready to say good-bye to tennis. she won her first round match last night at the u.s. open in straight sets. earlier this month williams said she was prepared to step away from playing. the u.s. open is expected to be her last tournament. cbs mornings co-host gayle king interviewed williams. >> what made you decide now as the time for you?
>> it's been such a hard decision, you know, because -- >> was it a hard decision? i was wondering. how hard? >> yeah, it's been a very hard decision. i think because when you're passion nart about something and you love something, it's always hard to walk away. sometimes i think it's harder to walk away than not and that's been the case for me. >> williams next match is scheduled for tomorrow. she's entered to play doubles with her sister venus. today marks one year since president biden declared an end to the 20 year war in afghanistan. yesterday he called the leaders of two american veterans groups to express their appreciation. nearly 90,000 afghans that come here in the past year. the biden administration continues to face criticism over the chaotic pullout from afghanistan and its failure to pull out and help them during the war. in ukraine a team of
international inspectors is hoping to avoid a catastrophe. >> reporter: emboldened by the steady supply of wasted military aid, ukraine is on the offensive holding nothing back. they're hitting us with everything they've got, tanks, aviation, artillery shouts this russian soldier. the much talked up counter offensive intensifies. kherson was the first to fall in the early days. over half a year residents have been living in fear under their russian occupiers accusing them of kidnap and torture. further east zaporizhzhia remains a perilous front line. kyiv accused russia of hitting the nearby village while russia claims a ukrainian missile
strike punched this giant knoll a fuel depot at the plant. ukraine's energy minister told us they want u.n. inspectors to take control of the situation. >> it's very important to create something permanent and to share the truth, to share the information from inside. >> reporter: a top level delegation has arrived in ukraine to inspect the plant which briefly lost power last week increasing fears of a catastrophic radiation disaster. the team will be here before heading off to zaporizhzhia before assessing the damage, security conditions and the conditions under which the ukrainian staff are working. one of the two people killed in a supermarket killing in bend, oregon, is being called a hero for confronting the gunman.
66-year-old safeway employee donald surret jr. tried to disarm the perpetrator. he was killed. moments earlier the gunman shot and killed an 84-year-old customer at the entrance of the store. >> surret engaged with the shooter, attempted to disarm him and may very well have prevented further deaths. mr. surret acted heroically. >> the 20-year-old gunman was found dead inside the store from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. nasa is trying to fix a number of problems on the new moon rocket. yesterday during countdown on the launch pad nasa was forced to scrub the first test flight of its giant artemis 1 rocket. first it found a leak of highly explosive hydrogen line and then it had a fuel leak.
>> we need time to look at all of the datament we're going to play all nine innings here. we're not ready to give up yet. >> nasa is supposed to send it to the moon and back to earth. coming up, a red flag for greenland. a melting ice sheet will raise sea levels. we'll tell you by how much. chris rock is talking. he reveals an oofr by the oscars in the light of the infamous slap. this is "cbs morning news." indeed instant match instantly delivers quality candidates matching your job description. visit indeed.com/hire if you have type 2 diabetes or high blood pressure... ...you're a target for chronic kidney disease. they're the top two causes of ckd. ckd usually starts with no symptoms.
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