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morning." captioning funded by cbs it's friday, september 9th, this is the "cbs morning news." breaking news this morning. north korea says it staged a successful nuclear war head explosion and the test triggered radiation concerns throughout asia and a stern warning from president obama. are national security front and center in the presidential race, the candidates take turns slamming each other's experience. >> trigger happy, hillary. and her failed career. >> they are saying, oh, please, allaha, make trump president of
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america. >> planes are bussing overhead in miami to combat zika. residents to keep crews away that their homes. >> hey, hey, we don't want no spray. hey, hey. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin with breaking news this morning. overnight, north korea says it conducted its fifth nuclear test and that it is now capable of putting nuclear warheads on ballistic missiles. earlier, earthquake-like activity was reported near north korea's nuclear test site. president obama says any provocative actions by north korea would have serious consequence. and china, north korea's only major ally, says it resolutely opposes the test. andrea is on the phone. >> reporter: good morning.
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this is north korea's largest nuclear test yet. according to the south korean. the bomb on hiroshima was 15 killi tons. they say it has the ability to be mounted to a missile. we really don't know if that is actually true, but if it is, it is a step closer to being able to fire a nuclear weapon as a specific target. this is their second nuclear test this year alone which is unprecedented and comes after three missiles fired earlier this week successfully. the fact they are ramping up could be a sign of desperation or a sign of confidence in their technology that is clearly improving and they are essentially thumbing their nose, if you will, at international sanctions which are the toughest yet that were meant to halt their nuclear ambitions.
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now the they feel it's them against the world and the nuclear weapons are the only way to level the playing field. now as expected, today's test caused a whiplash of backlash around the world but it's unclear what the next strategy will be to try to stop the north koreans since existing sanctions didn't do the job. >> certainly troubling news. adrianna diaz on the phone, thank you. the survey by quinnipiac university found donald trump tied with hillary clinton in florida and trump leads clinton by a point in ohio but clinton leads trump by five points in pennsylvania. on the campaign trail, the candidates are going after each other with sharper criticism. craig boswell reports. >> reporter: donald trump claim to cleveland to talk about
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education but it quickly turned into a rant about hillary clinton. he accused her of flip-flopping on her e-mail scandal. >> every time she talks about the subject, it's different. she has got to get her act together. >> reporter: and called her trigger happy for voting to go to war in iraq. >> she has been a disaster. >> reporter: he did not admit he also once supported the war. >> had i been in congress at the time of the invasion, i would have cast a vote in opposition. >> reporter: clinton took aim at trump's foreign policy proposals and mocked his understanding of issues facing israel and said trump's comments about muslims are a gift to jihadist extremist. >> they are saying, please, allaha please make trump president. that is not just unpatriotic and insulting to the people of our country, as well as to our
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commander in chief. it is scary. >> reporter: clinton and trump's verbal assaults come amid concern the russian could launch a cyberattack on u.s. election systems. cbs news has learned that election official will soon receive an alert from homeland security and prevent actions and protocols to safeguard their databases. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk to tim kaine and kellyanne conway about the campaign. now it is isn't often this late in the game a third-party candidate can grab headlines but this year libertarian candidate gary johnson is apologizing for a major foreign policy flub. weijia jiang has our report. >> reporter: libertarian candidate gary johnson had a bad moment on a morning talk show when asked about the crisis in syria. >> what would you do if you were elected, about aleppo.
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>> about? >> aleppo. >> and what is aleppo? >> you're kidding? >> no. >> reporter: msnbc guest host mark barnicle explained. >> it's the epi center of the refuge. >> reporter: it could be a setback for the former new mexico governor. his support had been hovering near 9% with help from some mainstream republican endorsements. johnson later explained he blanked about aleppo and thought it was an acronym and it shows he is human. jill stein is trailing with 2% of the vote and now she is charged with criminal trespassing and mischief in north dakota and photographed there spray painting a bulldozer during a protest against a pipeline project. stein's spokeswoman says
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activists inviting the candidate to write something so she wrote the words i approve this message. the county did not approve and issued a warrant for her arrest. weijia jiang, cbs news, washington. funding to combat the zika virus is likely to be one of the top subjects when president obama meets next week with the four congressional leaders. this morning, aerial spraying for zika carrying mosquitoes takes place in miami and the spraying was originally scheduled for yesterday but postponed because angry residents fear the pesticide may be worse than the virus. >> i'm packing up my 4-year-old daughter and we are driving home to alabama, even though this is home, i've been here 17 years. >> so far, there have been more than 55 locally transmitted cases of the zika virus in florida. more than 30 tourists trapped on cable cars in the french alps have been rescued this morning. cables on the cars apparently got tangled yesterday and 110 people were trapped when the
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cars stalled. 65 people were rescued late yesterday by four helicopters, but the operation was suspended for the night. first aid workers with food and water spent the night with the remaining tourists. the pentagon says a secret operation by u.s. special forces failed to rescue two western hostages in afghanistan. the hostages, an american and an australian, were kidnapped last month as they traveled from the american yoolf university in kabul. shortly after the rescue was launched but the hostages were not where they were thought to be. u.s. forces killed seven enemy fighters rb the faa is warning airline passengers not to turn on or charge a late model samsung smartphone when they are flying. the faa also warned passengers not to put the galaxy note 7 in their checked bags. there have been numerous reports of the newest note catching fire. last week, samsung ordered a recall of all jumbo phones after it found rechargeable batteries
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could cause the phones to explode. this morning, a nasa spacecraft is headed toward a small asteroid orbiting toward the sun hoping to bring back a handful of dust. it blasted off from cape canaveral on a seven-year mission yesterday. it will take two years to reach where they are going. it will go over the surface and hopefully grab some dust and return to earth. coming up on the "morning news." the panthers and broncos face off in the start of the nfl season. this is the "cbs morning news." it's less useful like a hat for your cat surface has touch and a beautiful screen you can see things like they've never been seen this mac doesn't quite compare it's slower, heavy, and a bit square fold it in half, hello when you start lighter than air, you can doodle a heart
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bowl. brandon marshall became the third nfl player to kneel during a pregame national anthem. marshall was a college teammate of san francisco's colin kaepernick who start the protest last month. meanwhile, seattle seahawks players are apparently planning a demonstration on sunday. receiver doug baldwin tweeted to express a desire to bring people together, our team will honor the country and flag in a pregame demonstration of unity. the first openly gay miss america contestant is speaking out. and a 9/11 promotion triggers anger on social media. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. you can file this under what were you thinking? my san antonio reports a store's misguided ad linking a sale with 9/11 anniversary. a mattress like the twin towers top'ing will over and the store has pulled the ad and apologized. workers had stacked soda cans in
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another store to look like the world trade center. out magazine talks with the first openly gay miss america contestants. she became miss missouri in june and the pageant is held sunday in atlantic city. "wall street journal" reports that spacex, not nasa, will lead the investigation of a rocket explosion. a falcon 9 built by the company blew up last week at cape canaveral. the test did not involve a government mission or a payload. "the new york times" says air china's inflight publication visiting london to use caution in areas populated by indians, pakistanis and black people. the airline apologized and pulled the magazine after receiving complaints. the "los angeles times" reports that a scientist named a parasite he discovered after president obama. the scientist claims to be a distant cousin of the president. the parasite is a flat work found in malaysian turtles.
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♪ everywhere you look >> you can now lease a san francisco home made famous by a sitcom. but the rent is nearly $14,000 a month is no laughing matter. the three bedroom home was shown during the opening theme on "full house." on the cbs "moneywatch," wells fargo is hit by a fraud scandal. and burrito delivery by drone. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. stocks finished slightly lower yesterday, pulled down by tech, food, and consumer companies. apple lost more than 2.5%. the day after introducing its latest iphones. the dow fell 46 points. the s&p 500 finished four points lower. the nasdaq fell 24. banking regulators say that wells fargo employees opened phony accounts without the okay of customers to make more money and meet sales goals. investigators in washington and california say that more than 2 million fraudulent accounts were created. wells fargo will pay 185 million
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dollars in fines. the bank says it has fired 5,300 workers linked to the scam. the online renting site airbnb has announced a new anti-discrimination policy. a study found that people with names suggesting they were african-american were discriminated against. the changes include new technology that minimizes users' photos ian. linkedin changed its al rhythm saying reports that it may reflect a gender bias. "the new york times" reports that people searching for female names were meant to search for male names. researchers searching for stephanie williams were asked if they meant steven williams. burritos will be delivered by drones. this is an experimental experiment approved by the faa beginning this month.
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unit alphabet who owns google will provide the drone and this is the most extensive test yet of drone delivery. imagine having that in college? >> i think that service will take off in no time. >> very cute. i like what you did there. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. in the shadow of the twin towers, we will meet an artist who witnessed the 9/11 attacks and channeled his pain through his paintings. sure! it's free for everyone. oh! well that's nice! and checking your score won't hurt your credit. oh! (to dog)i'm so proud of you. well thank you. get your free credit scorecard at even if you're not a customer.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. artists in studios near ground zero are among those who witnessed the 9/11 attacks and now they are splaying their paintings and sketchings of the tragedy for the first time.
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the story from kenneth craig. >> i came up here shortly after the first attack. >> reporter: this is where artist todd stone watched the twin towers collapse on the roof of his studio just blocks from ground zero. >> my wife, who was with me is said your job as an artsist is to paint. >> reporter: he photographed, sketched and painted the day's events. water color paintings eventually became a series he calls witness. dust from the towers blanketed his studio. he rubbed the debris into his heart. >> it allowed me to have a physical connection to the loss that was suffered here by putting my hands in that dust and rubbing it into the paper. >> reporter: artist e.j. weiss also witnessed the attacks and channeled his pain through his paint brush. >> i know a lot of artist who saw that had those feelings. you couldn't get them out, especially the brilliance of the
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day, the intense sky and the intense smoke and flame. >> reporter: now for the 15th anniversary, weiss, stone, and 11 other new york city artist who share a unique perspective are showing their work at the national september 11th memorial museum. both artists say that painting was the only thing that helped them move forward, but stone has only painted 9/11 related work since the attacks. i heard you say at one point you never make art to make you feel good. >> yeah. you're trying to avoid feeling bad and that was it for me. >> reporter: he now paints from his studio on the 67th floor of one of the new world trade center buildings, bearing witness to the destruction of lower manhattan and its rebirth. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a former emt worker at ground zero now battling cancer. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. the average american household has about $6,000 in credit card death and many have more than they thought because they didn't understand the green light. >> reporter: justin barton has had several credit cards over the years. have you actually read the contract for your credit card? >> i haven't read the detail, just skimmed through it and signed my name to it. >> reporter: barton, like many americans, find the contracts too confusing. >> too much fine print. you almost need a law degree to understand it. >> reporter: about 75% of americans don't regularly read them. the average contract requires an 11th grade reading level, although half of the american adult population reside at a
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ninth grade level or below and the average agreement is nearly 5,000 word long. in fact, the less you might appear to understand, the better chance you'll be targeted with high-risk offers because customers are targeted, in part, by their education level. antoinette lure examined nearly a million credit card offers. >> >> reporter: she says some companies send less sophisticated consumers, fail to highlight hidden and backloaded fees. >> look at the last page of the offer letter. all of the important features, in particular, the apr, the late fees, the credit card companies have to show you on the card. in response we reached out
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to the american bankers association to get their takes. a bank told meal banks support strong and clear and simple disclosures. jericka duncan, cbs news, new york. here is another look at this morning's top stories. north korea said it conducted its fifth nuclear test aimed at building stronger and smaller nuclear weapons that can be mount on ballistic missiles. it test defies national sanctions. president obama was briefed on the sanctions and said any provokicatipr provokication will be monitored. yesterday, trump accused clinton of flip-flopping about her use of private e-mails. clinton mocked trump's foreign policy proposals. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the story of nine
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given new life. and meet military ranks of ball boys at the u.s. open and charlie talks with captain sully sullenberg sullenberger. that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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>> a dangerous and wild night on the street of philadelphia. officers are nearly run over. what happened next that level a car destroyed on a city sidewalk. >> and, back to work after a long recovery, a local police officer shot in the line of duty, takes the next step toward returning to normal life. >> and the excitement is building as the eagles get ready for their season opener. how the team is celebrating with fans. >> well, good morning everyone, today is friday, september 9th. i'm jim donovan. >> i'm natasha brown in for brooke thomas today. parent we want to gave you a heads up as well about schools today. several school district this this region will be dismissing early because of


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