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for more news download the cbs news app on your cell phone or connected tv. i'm elise presto it's monday, september 12th it's monday, september 12th, 2022. this is the "cbs morning news." mourning the monarch. there will be a public viewing today as the body of queen elizabeth ii makes a final journey around the uk. we'll have a report from windsor castle. plus, remembering 9/11. the somber ceremonies for the thousands of lives lost 21 years ago. and a russian retreat. ukraine makes some major military advances in its fight for freedom. well, good morning, and good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin with the very latest on mourning of queen elizabeth ii. thousands will line up to pay their respects today. you can see the queen's coffin arriving in the capital city of
edinburgh yesterday, that's in scotland. today her body will be transported to st. giles cathedral where the public will be able to come to see their final farewell to the only monarch many have ever known. ian lee is at windsor castle outside of london with more on everything that will happen today. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. king charles iii and his wife, the queen consort's, travel to the scottish capital this morning, they are going to join a procession with the coffin into st. giles cathedral as scotland says its final farewell to queen elizabeth. britain's long good-bye to queen elizabeth is now officially under way. on sunday a hearse carried the coffin from the scottish home where she died to edinburgh, scotland's capital. [ applause ] >> reporter: the six-hour journey was marked by huge crowds that lined the roads for a glimpse of the hearse. >> the mood was somber but respectful, but spontaneous applause began just as they
left. >> reporter: today the queen's body will be transported to st. giles cathedral along edinburgh's royal mile. elizabeth's son, the new king charles iii, will lead the procession which will conclude with a private service. afterwards, members of the public will be able to come pay their respects in person. queen elizabeth is expected to lie at rest in scotland for about 24 hours. her coffin will then be flown to london for an extended public viewing. >> and her majesty was a constant in our lives, and that's gone. >> reporter: the death of the uk's longest reigning monarch has prompted an outpouring of grief across theon had >> she will be sorely missed not only by her family but i think everyone that she's come into in their lives. >> reporter: anne-marie, there are reports that foreign heads of states will not be allowed to use helicopters or their official cars in central london
during the funeral. they are going to be bussed reportedly to westminster abbey for security reasons. >> all right. ian lee from windsor castle. thank you very much. there were heavy hearts across the u.s. yesterday as americans mourned the 21st anniversary of the september 11th terror attacks. jericka duncan has a look at memorial service in new york, d.c., and pennsylvania. >> reporter: under cloudy skies and light rain, thousands of mourners gathered at the memorial plaza in lower manhattan. they paid tribute to the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives to terror on september 11th, 2021. >> aaron horowitz. charles j. houston. >> reporter: vice president leaders onor t 9/11 other he died trying to escape the north tower. >> i miss him a lot.
today is very hard for me. 9/11 is very hard for me. >> reporter: at the pentagon in arlington, virginia, president joe biden laid a wreath to mark the 21st anniversary and vowed that his administration will continue to eliminate terrorists like ayman al zawahiri who helped plot the 9/11 attacks and was recently killed in a drone strike. >> we'll never forget, we'll never give up. our commitment to preventing another attack in the united states is without end. >> reporter: in shanksville, pennsylvania, first lady jill biden honored the memory of the brave passengers of united flight 93 who fought to regain control of the airline before it could hit our nation's capital. >> when we remember the events of this day 21 years ago, certain images are seared into our collective memory. yet even as we shared our grief, that moment affected us all. >> reporter: back at ground zero, families recounted their
profound loss which is just as strong today as it was more than two decades ago. >> how i feel, like everybody forgot about my brother, like family and friends. and when i come here and see all these people, i get happy like this is my real family. >> that was jericka duncan reporting. and there's news this morning about those charged with the 9/11 attacks. cbs news has confirmed that u.s. military prosecutors and attorneys for five defendants being held at guantanamo bay are negotiating potential plea deals. the deals would take the death penalty off the table and keep the detention camp open for the foreseeable future. the main defendant is khalid sheikh mohammed, the self-described architect of 9/11. firefighters in northern california are making some progress against a huge wildfire threatening thousands of mountain homes. cooler temperatures and higher humidity brought some relief, but the mosquito fire east of
sacramento has grown to more than 46,000 acres. it is only 10% contained. some 11,000 people are under evacuation orders. in southern california, lower temperatures and rain helped crews battle the fairview fire southeast of los angeles. it's burned more than 28,000 acres and is 49% contained. two people died fleeing the fire and 35 homes and structures have been destroyed. the epa has launched an investigation into the water crisis in jackson, mississippi. more than 150,000 residents lost reliable access to safe running water last month after flooding damaged a water treatment plant. the city had already been under a boil water notice for about a month. yesterday on "face the nation," jackson's mayor said he has not yet talked to the epa. >> i do not know the scope nor the timeline in which they're investigating. but i can share that to the extent that they will be speaking to city employees, i will direct them to cooperate with any investigation.
>> water pressure in jackson has been restored, but people still need to boil their water to make it safe. and now to the war in ukraine. the last working reactor at a russian-controlled nuclear power plant has been shut down. power to the plant still operated by ukrainian technicians was restored yesterday, but the reactor was taken off line as a safety precaution to prevent a radiation disaster. it comes as ukraine continues to make steady advances in pushing back russian forces. debora patta has more from ukraine. >> reporter: with lightning speed advancing ukrainian forces are taking back territory in the northeast kharkiv region. the blue and yellow flag raised in towns and villages occupied for more than half a year. victory in a crucial logistic hub for russia and liberated by flowers, warm embraces, and the words these women have been waiting to hear for over six months --
everything is going to be okay, says this soldier. it's a humiliating defeat for vladimir putin with moscow attempting to save face saying their forces have retreated to reinforce the front line in donetsk. western military aid has given ukrainians greater confidence, but more artillery is needed to keep this momentum going, says the mayor of occupied melitipol ivan fedorov. >> how quickly our partners will give us weapons. >> reporter: nobody expects this to be over quickly. just tonight, kharkiv city was plunged into darkness following strikes on a thermal plant. russia still holds around one-fifth of this country including the zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant where the external electricity supply was restored. >> that was debora patta in ukraine. coming up, no classes.
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queen elizabeth's much-beloved corgis have a new home. there are reports that the queen's son andrew and his ex-wife sarah ferguson will live on the estate and will take over caring for the royal dogs. apparently the queen and sarah, duchess of york, had bonded over their love of dogs. a teacher strike in seattle continues today, and there are new developments in the trump documents investigation. those are some of the headlines on the "morning newsstand." "usa today" reports lawyers for former president trump and the department of justice submitted four special master candidates to review classified documents seized at mar-a-lago.
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flooding and monsoon rains continue to land in the worst affected areas of the country. the u.s. operation to bring aid to the impoverished nation began last week and is expected to continue until this coming friday. authorities say each plane is carrying some 35 tons of supplies for those hardest hit by the floodwaters. football fans had themselves quite a week of game one -- week one of games as the 2022 nfl season got under way. in the night game, the tampa bay buccaneers beat the cowboys in dallas 19-3. dallas took a 3-0 lead in the first quarter but then didn't manage to score another point the entire game. to make matters worse, quarterback dak prescott will need surgery on his right thumb after being injured in the loss. reports say he could miss six to eight weeks. meanwhile in houston, the colts and texans battled it out with no winner emerging. the teams tied 20-20 after a
field goal was missed with two minutes to go in overtime. the biggest winners of yesterday's game was the uvalde high school football team, though. the texans hosted them at their opening game and wore uvalde strong decals on their helmets to honor the 21 people killed in the mass shooting there back in may. men's tennis has a new top-ranked player in the world. [ cheers ] >> 19-year-old carlos alcaraz of spain won the men's single title at the u.s. open taking home his first ever major championship after defeating norway's casper ruud. he is now the youngest man in history to be ranked number one in the world. on the women's side, top-ranked iga swiatek of poland earned her third grand slam win, cementing her place as the current top woman in the world. coming up on "cbs mornings" now, drew barrymore, host of "the drew barrymore show," drops
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