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i'm demarco morgan. captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, june 28th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." it's time to regroup on the gop health care bill. >> so we're going to talk and see what we can do. we're getting very close. plus, global hack. a cyber attack paralyzes bank, government offices, and even hospitals around the world. and the death of a chicago teen leads to the indictment of three police officers. 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. well, president trump met with senate republicans to try to work out deal to salvage the gop's health care overhaul bill. before the meeting the president conceded that it may not get done. growing resistance among senate republicans forced party leaders to powe post a vote on the bill until after the july recess. seth is in washington. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell decided to call off the vote on the planned repeal and replace of obamacare but the lack of support even among the ranks of the gop is an indication it still needs work if it has any chance of passing. >> i think we've got a really good chance of getting there. it will take us just a little bit longer. >> reporter: senate majority mitch mcconnell optimistic that the senate bill would pass although earlier he said there
would not be a vote before the fourth of july. >> we have not reached a vote but we're still trying to get 50 people. >> president trump met with senators. >> we really have no choice but to solve this situation. obamacare's a total disaster. it's melting down as we speak. >> another concern. the congressional budget office reports and project 2/2 million more americans would find themselves uninsured by 2026. among the biggest sticking points, reducing medicaid and planned partihood. >> it's hard for me to see how the president and his team are going to come up with a bill that can gather enough republican support. >> if our republican colleagues stick to this republican-based bill we're going to fight it tooth and nail and have a good
chance of repealing it. >> it could be re-evaluated by the ceo, a process that could take several weeks. mike pence said it would be repeal and replaced by the end of the summer. anne-marie? >> seth lemon in washington. thank you so much, seth. ahead on "cbs this morning," kentucky senator rand paul one of those opposing the bill. he says it doesn't go far enough to repeal the affordable health care act. we'll hear from him. this morning it's still not clear who's behind the crippling cyber attack from europe through the united states but the rand dom hack is similar to that in may. the virus hit government offices, banks, hospitalings, and even the closed monitoring station at the chernobyl power plant, the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster.
>> reporter: the malware crippled across ukraine, europe, most of the u.s., disabling a vast range of automated systems in banks, airport, construction company, a major law firm and even grocery stores where customers were left with no way to pay. corporate titans were hit, too, including new jersey-based merck pharmaceuticals, the danish shipping company, moll nar mask and the russian oil giant raz nav. who's done it? carl radberger from cyber security. what do you expect? >> the suspicions are this is a criminal motive. why? because they're asking for money. >> $300 to be exact. here's what an infected user tells the user to do. pay up in the crypto currency bitcoin to get your files back. cyber attacks say the experts are here to stay, especially
ransomware and they could get much more center. >> you can imagine a future where maybe conceptually they're able to infect a defibrillator or insulin pacemaker or automobile or something like this, which is the ultimate ransom. >> that's a terrifying prospect. >> and i think it's not in the unfor castable future. >> the experts also say there was a software fix available to protect against it, but not everybody has been rigorously keeping their i.t. security up to date. this latest attack should be a wakeup call. elizabeth palmer, cbs news, london. the trump administration hopes to put a limited version of the travel ban into place tomorrow. the supreme court partially reinstated the ban monday. the u.s. can block travelers from six mostly muslim countries
unless they have a bona fide relationship in the united states. president trump's former campaign chairman paul manafort register as a foreign agent. in a justice department filing manafort said his firm received $17 million for consulting work done for a pro russian political party in ukraine. he coached members on how to interact with u.s. officials. the work was done from 2012 to 2014. reality winner, the defense contractor accused of leaking a top secret report, appeared in a georgia taupe for a second time. winner has meade not guilty to the charge of transmission of national defense information. she was arrested earlier this month and an october 23rd trial date has been set. two former chicago police officer and one current officer have been indicted on charges that they lied about events in the shooting death of laquan mcdonald. if convicted they could face
years in prison. an arraignment is set for july 10th. chris martinez has details. >> reporter: special prosecutor patricia brown holmes announced felony charges against three officers present at the scene when 17-year-old laquan mcdonald was shot and killed back in october of 2014. >> officers joseph walsh and thomas gaffney and detective david march have been charged with obstruction of justice, official misconduct, and conspiracy to dmit both of these offenses. >> reporter: the officers claim the teenager aggressively swung a knife at officers which differs from the dash cam video. the defendants are accused of lying about what happened in order to protect fellow officer jason van dyke from prosecution. >> the indictment alleges that they failed to interview specific witnesses, that they lied or provided false or misleading or mischaracterized
information on official forms. >> reporter: van dyke shot the teenager 16 times including while mcdonald was down on the ground. van dyke's attorney said the officer feared for his life. he has pleaded not guilty in a separate murder case. the clause police department says it's cooperating with the investigation. the officers union has not commented. the defendants are expected to appear at arraignment on july 10th. chris martinez, cbs news. this morning the national weather service has issued a warning about an increased risk of fire danger in utah, colorado, nevada, and california. east of los angeles a fire that started just yesterday has burned through 900 acres of land and triggered an evacuation order for dozens of homes in the town of highland. and a wildfire in northern arizona has burned more than seven square miles. some 1,400 residents in the town of mayor were forced to
evacuation. officials say an improper piece of rail caused the subway train to derail. the subway dumped the tracks as it was entered the manhattan station yesterday. hundreds of passengers had to be evacuated through dark subway tunn tunnels. overseas political tensions in venezuela ratcheted up. a police helicopter fired grenades on venezuela supreme court and interior ministry tuesday one of the grenades failed to explode. there are no reported injury. president maduro said the attack was aimed at ousting him from power. the country has been paralyzed by deadly antigovernment protests. >> coming up on the "morning news," protecting young gymnasts. changes are announced in the wake of a sexual abuse scandal. and fake news. a "time" magazine cover featuring mr. trump not what it seems. this is the "cbs morning news."
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a bit of an embarrassing moment for an ohio sheriff's deputy recorded on his very own dash cam. his cruiser rolled away from a traffic stop near dayton. he actually ran back, stopped the car before he hit anything, and the driver he pulled over, he waited patiently for the deputy to return. changes are announced at usa gymnastics, and the president's latest fake news scandal. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "washington post" discovered that a "time" magazine cover displayed at five of donald trump's golf resorts are fake. his picture filled the cover in 2009. "time" had no issue that morning. they said it is phony and the trump organization has been asked to take them down. "the new york times" says
it's promising to check reforms on u.s. national sports athletes. it will adopt changes suggested by an independent investigator. they include prohibiting adults from being alone with gymnasts who are minors. news reports last year said the organization routinely failed to act on allegations of sex abuse by coaches. the telegraph says a british man didn't let a little old thing like getting hit by a bus stop him from hitting the pub. the man was sent flying saturday when he was hit by a double-decker west of london. he brushed himself off and he walked to the bar. i suppose you'd need a drink after something like that. the bus driver, by the way, is suspended. and stats reported by "usa today" shows american cats and dogs are getting fatter. one third of the 3 million vets it treated last year was overweight. now the vets say that can lead to more than 20 illnesses. i wonder if they came to my
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♪ dancin', yeah ♪ well, if you missed the disco craze, here's your chance to get in on the ground floor. the flashing dance platform will be auctioned in l.a. millions of dollars are expected. you'll need a 384-square-foot space for it though. and polyester suits are not included. on the "cbs moneywatch" gas prices dance around the record lows. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. the dow lost 98 pointses, the south carolina fell 19 points. the nasdaq finish 100 points yeller. fed chair janet yellen said recent financial forms reached a
safe area tuesday. they have yelin said the current unemployment rate is below the level that she and most of her colleagues believe is sustainable in the long run. gas prices this fourth of july will be the lowest in 12 years according to the consumer app gas buddy. on average gas buddy estimated consumers will pay $2.12 a gallon. that's lower than the average price on new year's day. even though crude prices were higher yesterday, an oil glut has pushed prices lower for the rest of the month. the ride hailing app uber is make it eetzier for others. for uber users who want a simple way to arrange rides for parents, grandparents and others who are unable to drive themselves. that e won't need an uber app. they'll get a text identifying
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an airliner headed for texas last week arrived late because a baeg a passenger was expecting arrived early. don champion has the story of an airborne expectant delivery. their plane was diverted to the city after penton gave birth four weeks ahead of schedule on a spirit airlines flight saturday night. >> within 10, 15 minutes of takeoff, i felt like something was not fine. contractions came every five minute minutes and they started coming pretty regularly. >> a fellow passenger recorded it and it went quickly. they asked if any medical physicians were on board. a pediatrician came on and a
woman tied the all bill cal cord. >> reporter: penton was traveling with her two children. she said her husband who didn't travel with the family was relieved to hear the baby is okay, but did tell his wife i told you so for traveling at 36 week weeks. he said, oh, you're pushing it. you're doing it last minute, maybe you shouldn't. but then again, you know, stubborn, so i figured, no, no, we can handle this. >> spirit airlines gave the family gifts for the babe plus a special present. free flights for the next 21 years. don champion, cbs news, dallas. >> okay. maybe it was worth it. that's a nice present. coming up on "cbs this morning," music mogul jimmy iovine tells us of his series. his partnership with dr. dre.
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book now. morning. it's still unclear who's behind a global cyber attack that paralyzed computers from ukraine to the united states. ukraine and russia were hardest hit by the ransom ware. two u.s. hospitals in pennsylvania and ohio were also hit. experts say the attack resembled last month's attack that used a virus originally created by the nsa. and president trump admits the senate republican health care overhaul may not pass. he met with gop senators at the white house yesterday to try and forge an agreement. a procedural vote on the legislation expected kwled had to be delayed until after the july 4th recess because of growing opposition. at the white house, tensions between the administration and the news media are growing.
major garrett reports. >> so i'll ask the press to leave. i greatly appreciate you folks being here. >> reporter: president trump tried to make nice with the press hours after something on cnn. wow, cnn had to retract a story on russia with three forced to resign, president trump wrote. what about all the other stories they do. fake news. cnn retracted and apologized for an online story linking a former trump aide with a russian bank. it also announced the resignation of three employees. deputy press white house secretary sarah sanders huckabee pounced. >> there's no evidence of anything. comerica is frankly looking for something better lr last year a
gallup poll found they had a greel deed of trust in the media. among the republicans the number was 14%, but the white house has credibility issues of its own. "the new york times" has accused the president of saying something false every day for the first 40 days of his administration. there is sim hi no precedent for an american president to spend so much time telling untruths, the "times" wroets last week. he is trying to create an atmosphere in which reality is irrelevant. brian karem expressed his frustration with the news team. >> the people all of the country again, the president is right and everyone out here is fake media. >> reporter: the white house tried to brand it as all news stories as phony. what isn't phony, two congressional investigations and a special counsel probe into the matter. major garrett, cbs news, the white house. coming up on "cbs this
morning," the mother of a 2-year-old who's recovering from his fourth openen heart surgery said it would have cost hundreds of thousands of dollars if it weren't for the family's health insurance plan. as the battle over health care continues in washington, she's fighting to remind congress of the real lives that are at stake. and music mogul jimmy iovene tells about his poirp with dr. dre. that's the "morning news" for this wednesday. i'm anne-marie green. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
new this morning a teenager is shot while even joying a barbecue with friend, we will tell you how she's doing. a man is struck and killed on the boulevard overnight what police say led to the deadly crash. and, i believe katie deserves an award pleasant stretch of weather continues here's a live look at senter sit friday our spring garden studios we will tell you how warm we will get to day and when summer humidity will be making a come back. it is wednesday, june 28th i'm jim donovan. i'm jan carabao, rahel solomon has the day off. all that plus pennsylvania, new jersey or delaware who has the most rude drivers. >> i think i can guess. >> i have a guess as well.