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czech czech jooirktsds . it's monday, june 26, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." plans for a health care vote this week are in jeopardy as more senate republicans waivvern their support before the election. president trump slams his predecessor for not taking more option for russian hacks. >> oh, my god, oh, my god. onlookers become hooers at six flags as a teen falls 25 feet from an amusement park ride.
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at studio 57 in new york. i'm meg oliver for anne-marie green. it's in danger of being scuttled itself. a vote before congress adjourns for the july 4th recess is in jeopardy. gop lawmakers from all wings of the party are withholding support. seth lemon is in washington with the latest. seth, good morning. >> good morning, meg. a group of conservative senators say this plan isn't fiscally conservative enough and others are concerned about rolling back the expansion of medicaid with division growing among republicans. there is little time for back and forth before a vote if senate leaders have their way. >> i want to see a bill with heart. in an interview with fox & friends weekend president trump expressed confidence the senate bill will pass even though more an more republicans
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will say it's no good in its current form. >> i think we're going to get it. we don't have too much of a choice because the alternative is the dead carcass of obamacare. >> kentucky senator rand paul, one of the original republicans to speak out against the plan say it's too similar to the landmark. >> it's a false promise to say, oh, yaerks insurance premiums are going to go down but we're keeping 10 of the 12 mandates. it's a foolish notion to provide something you can't provide. >> senator susan collins says she's been meeting with a group of fellow republicans unhappy with the proposed cuts to medica medicaid. >> there are about seven to eight people in that group i can't speak for them, but suffice it to say they're genuinely concerned. >> they've been pushing for a reform before the recess but some on chile say that's too soon. >> we don't have enough
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information. >> hopefully they'll come sit down. >> they'll stop sabotaging obamacare and we'll sit down and make it better. >> the budget office is expected to provide its estimate and cost and impact on the bill as early as today. with every democrat to vote no on the bill, republicans can only afford two votes to pass it. >> seth lemon in washington. thank you. ahead on "cbs this morning," house minority leader nancy pelosi who helped shepherd through the affordable care act when she was speaker. president trump also questioned why former president obama did not do more to stop reported russian meddling in the 2016 election. >> obama knew about russia a long time before the election, and he did nothing about it, but nobody wants to talk about it. the cia gave him information on russia a long time before they even -- you know, before the election. and i hardly see it.
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it's an amazing thing. in other words, the question is if he had the information, why didn't he do something about it. he should have done something about it. >> it was the "washington post" that first reported the administration struggled with how to handle evidence that russia tried to interfere in the election, fearing they would try to influence the election themselves. the supreme court could rule on president trump's travel ban on people from muslim majority countries as early as today. this is the final day of the court's current term, but it usually issues decisions on its most important cases but the justices could release rulings later this week as well. and there are rumors that justice anthony kennedy, a critical swing vote on the court is considering retirement. retirement announcements usually come the last day of the term. firefighters are battling a fast-moving wildfire in north los angeles in santa clarita.
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the fire was sparked when a car crashed into a tree yesterday afternoon. mandatory evacuations have been issued in some neighborhoods. at least 750 acres have been destroyed. the fire has been 50% contained. a san francisco shopping center had to be put on lockdown after numerous fights broke out. police responded to the westfield slopping center last night. people resisted or fled as police were detaining suspects. several officers were assaulted and injured. the severity of their injuries is unclear as is the reason for the fights. a 14-year-old girl is in stable condition after dropping 25 feet from an amusement park ride into the arms of a man standing below. >> oh, my gosh. oh, my god. the accident happened saturday at the six flags great is skate amusement park north of albany, new york. the girl was on the gone go la
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ride. the man and others ran under her hoping to break her fall. i yelled up to her, drop, i promise you i'll catch you. she heard me. >> howard was treated for a minor back injury. it's unclear why she fell out of the ride. her brother was not killed. at least a doone was killed a dudsen are missing. the boat was overloaded. no one on board was wearing a life vest. the boat sank within minutes. 99 people were rescued and some 40 others made it to shore on their own. why the boat sank is unclear. in eastern pakistan at least 153 people were killed when an oil tanker truck exploded. villagers raced to the scene of the overturned tanker with fuel containers when they heard the announcement over a mosque lout
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speaker that the tanker had sprung a leak. then the truck exploded. witnesses say victims were trapped in a fireball. back here in new york the empire state building was lit up yesterday in rainbow colors in honor of lgbtq p.r.i.d.e. month. parades were held across the country. roxana saberi has the report. in minneapolis police officers were allowed to march in this year's parade. initially they had been excluded over the acquittal of an officer in the shooting death of philando castille. protesters upset with verdict tried to stop the march. in san francisco crowds shouted political gains like same-sex marriage while some marchers expressed anxiety that president trump could roll them back. >> i kamt down because we need to be working together.
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>> reporter: president trump's stance of lgbtq issues is unclear. he's not yet recognized june as lgbtq p.r.i.d.e. month. in new york protest groups led the parade highlights issues like gun violence, mass incarceration, and health care. how is the march this year different from previous years? >> this year a lot of the gay communities, nervousness about gains we've made in the last few years. >> reporter: but others here just want to celebrate. >> i don't think it should be political. it's more about representing who you are and being proud of who you are and proud of what you have accomplished. >> reporter: the new york city p.r.i.d.e. march passes by here. many people here say these marches have always combined celebrating with protesting and will continue to until their community's rights are fully achieving. roxana saberi, cbs news, new
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the white house said blocked cameras and audio recordings from recent briefings. the press secretary said he doesn't want to december distract people on days president trump appear on tv. cleveland daumt reports that hackers breached government websites in ohio. messages supporting isis were posted yesterday on the governor's website and several others. officials shut down the sites to investigate but expect them to be working again today. the west australian has reaction from terrified passengers after an engine failed during an asia flight. the airbus was heading to malaysia yesterday when passengers said it started shaking like a washing machine. the pilot asked them to pray. the plane returned safely to perth. the crash of an airasia plane in 2014 kill 162 people. "usa today" says a new app could let police officers use their cell phones as body
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cameras. copcast is being tested in new jersey. the system lets officers strap phones to their chest. the signal ka be monitored live by supervisors. and npr talks with former tennis bad boy john mack enroy about his new memoir. in it he rates many former and current players including serena williams. >> best female player ever, no question. >> some wouldn't qualify it. some would say she's the best player in the world. why qualify it. >> oh. you mean not best tennis player in the world? >> yeah. why say female player? >> if she played the mail circusi circu circuit, she would be 700. he drew >> he drew on his serious rants getz awn impyre. the drug court is in session today with martin shkreli. we'll show you what's at stake.
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forecast in some cities around the country. jordan spieth works overtime to win the traveler's championship. he beat daniel burger on the first playoff hole yesterday in connecticut. he's a tad bit pumped. spieth joins tiger woods as the only pga player in the modern era to win ten tournaments before age 24. the wide legalization of marijuana is letting cooks put
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cook in their pot. >> reporter: chef andrea drummer is taking fine dining to new heights. >> the heating of the thc is what activates it. >> reporter: drummer is a cannabis chef. she infuses her food with thc, the chemical compound in marijuana that gives a proper high. >> i believe in proper dosing and responsible dosing. i do minor levels of thc. >> reporter: she hosts these exclusive pop-up dinners in california. the classical chef goes bon baked goods and candies and maintains a more sophisticated cooking with butter. it's a marijuana dispensary. it allows her to glaze this quail confit with kansas city barbecue sauce. not everyone can enjoy this
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meal. you need a medical marijuana license to enjoy this meal. only the host needs a license but drummer says she makes sheer all of her diners are licensed. she's been entertaining clients from all walks of life for five years. she says they come for the conversation, stay for the food, and savor a gentle high. >> like many people my first edible is a brownie. it will throw you off. you get way too high. in my experience this is a paced high. >> the blending of the favors is ridiculous. >> reporter: starting at $200 a person, you can try her take on cannabis cuisine. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. comining up on "cbs this morning" in the series "something in common" will ferrell and amy powe willing talk about their new move "the house of parenting.
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oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh. our top stories this morning, a 14-year-old girl fell 25 feet from an amusement park ride near albany, new york, on saturday. good samaritans ran underneath to catch her when she dropped. she's in stable condition and did not suffer any serious jo r injuries. and senator mitch mccobble wants to bring a gop measure to bring a vote to the senate before the fourth of july recess, but gnat republicans are skeptical the repeal package can pass this week. lawmakers from all wings of the party are withholding support. mcconnell says he's willing to make changes to win support. police in sacramento o'california, california, are
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investigating two possible hate crimes against muslims. demarco morgan has the details. >> reporter: this circulated around the community. the koran filled with bacon burned and handcuffed to a fence. on friday night pages ripped from the koran were thrown outside and picked up by worshippers during ramadan prayers. it's the third time the mosque has been targeted since the presidential election. a woman was seen vandalizing the center in january, and in november the mosque was one of several that received a letter calling muslims vial and filthy, praising then president-elect trump says he ooh going to do to muslims what hitler did to the jews. >> what's the reason for the attack. >> we don't think it happened at the very moment that donald trump's rhetoric came to the forefront. he's normalizing anti-muslim
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bigotry and it's emboldening people to go after their muslim neighbors. talk about the level of disrespect, ripping pages out of the holy koran, putting bacon inside. >> this is as clear as using a swastika or using a burning cross. this is meant as a symbol of hate. it is meant as a symbol of intimidation, and when it is done to a mosque in the height of ramadan curing prayer, the message is clear. these people wanted to instill fear. they wanted to harass. and that message has no place in this country. >> in response to the increase in attacks, c.a.r.e. has reported it. they eekt both being investigated as hate crimes. tee marco morgan, cbs news, new york. coming up on "cbs this morning," tainted drenking water
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in a coastal north carolina town. now residents are demanding answers. the investigation into how toxins got into people's drinking water for decades. and in the series "something in common," will ferrell and amy poehler tell about their new movie on deceptive parenting. that's the "cbs this morning" for this monday. i'm meg oliver. thanks for watching. thanks for watching. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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>> we're following some breaking news this morning, philadelphia police are searching for the driver who sped through a crime scene. striking a police cruiser and police bike and kept going. here is live picture, we'll have a description of the car. plus we'll tell you why investigators were there in the first place coming up. >> a massive fire at the shore, spreads from house to house taking hours to get under control. we'll tell you what authority believe sparked the flames. >> and if it has to be monday at least a nice one, this is live look at center city from our cbs-3 studios. we'll see some sun today, love there is low humidity. today is monday, june 26, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm jan carabeo in for rahel solomon. let's get a check on today's forecast with matt and traffic with pat. matt a


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