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york city, i'm tony dokoupil. captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, august 9th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." it's dangerous war of words between president trump and the leader of north korea. >> they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. the manhunt for a suspected cop killer in missouri ends in an arrest. and saying good-bye to country music legend glen campbell.
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. u.s. air force planes have arrived in the territory of guam. the deployment comes after new threats by north korea against guam. yesterday president trump issued a chilling warning to pyongyang over its nuclear program. and there's new information about the north's ability to launch a successful nuclear strike against the u.s. hena doba is in new york with the latest. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. they're finding themgs in a dangerous war of words between the u.s. and north korea. pyongyang responded by threatening potential force against the island. >> there is no change in the threat level resulting from north korea events.
>> guam president is addressing nervous res dentds. i've reached out to the white house this morning. an attack or threat on guam is a threat or attack on the united states. they have said that america will be defended. >> pyongyang's threats are part of a dangerous ramping up rhetoric between north korea and the u.s. tuesday president trump issued his most stern warning yet. >> north korea best not make any more threats to the united states. they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. >> the response was mixed by the president's choice of words. >> the great leaders i've seen, they don't threaten unless they're ready to act, and i'm not sure president trump is
ready to act. >> it's very responsible for the president to say what he did. he was sending a clear message to north korea in language they could understand. >> the u.n. issued a heaviest sanctions yet against north korea. a new assessment by u.s. intelligence believes north korea has produced a nuclear warhead that can fit inside those missiles. though north korea may have produced a missile capable of carry agnew clear payload, experts say they're doubtful the missiles are capable of reaching the u.s. just yet. anne-mar anne-marie. >> hena doba here in new york. thank you so much rngs hena. ahead on "cbs this morning," republican lindsey graham discusses the escalating tengs with north korea. and president trump is promising to win the fight against the u.s. epidemic of opioid drug
abuse. yesterday at his fufl club in new jersey, he acknowledged the crisis. >> nobody is safe from this epidemic that threatens young and old, rich and poor, urban and rural communities. everybody is threatened. >> the president is not acting on a recommendation made by a presidential commission that he declared a national emergency. the health and human services secretary said he was still working to device a strategy. in new jersey the search is over. 39-year-old ian mccarthy was arrested last night. he's accused to shooting together police officer fwar michael. >> officer michael was heroic to the end, even sustaining a fatal gunshot wound he was able to return fire to protect himself as well as the citizens here in
clinton. >> about 100 local county and state law enforcement officers had been looking for mccarthy. and a flash flood warning is in effect for southeast texas. the area is already reeling from heavy rainfall. more stormy weather could bring additional flooding. yesterday in harris county which includes the houston area some high water prompted two dozen rescues. rescuers in china are searching for survivors after an earthquake killed at least 13 people. at least 175 others were injured. it was one of two quakes to hit china yesterday. six tourists are reported ly. foreign ministers from 17 hemisphere nations are.
yesterday the constitutional assembly declared itself above all others. that includes the opposition controlled congress. that came hours after aseeably took control of the legislative chamber. they put up pictures of the late hugo chavez. an attorney for tiger woods said he will not attend his hearing today. that means woods will be pleading not guilty because any other plea requires the defendant's attendance. woods had the option to enter a program. he was arrested in may after officers found him asleep in his mercedes-benz. tributes are pouring in for country singer and guitarist glen campbell. he died yesterday at the age of 81 following a lengthy battle with alzheimer's disease. his daughter said she's heartbroken and owes her father
everything. senator john mccain called him a great man and entertainer. dolly parton said he had one of the greatest voices of all time. >> reporter: country icon glen campbell scored his first hit with "rhinestone cowboy." the son of an arkansas share cropper had 21 top 40 hits in a six-decade career. in 1968 campbell cbs show, the glen campbell goodtime hour earned him a household name and an audience of 50 million people. >> reporter: in 2011 campbell acknowledged he was diagnosed with alzheimer's disease. the effects were parent when we
sat down. >> alzheimer's. >> we got that? >> you do. >> i do? >> mm-hmm. >> i don't feel it anywhere. >> he's lost most of his lan fwaj skills, but he still communicates with laughters and smiles and hugs. >> reporter: but campbell was able to play a two-year farewell tour with his three youngest children providing backup before alzheimer's took his life. the legendary singer was 81 years old. new drama involved sinead o'connor. and the search for a jogger who pushed a woman in front of a bus. this is the "cbs morning news." e advanced génifique sensitive. the antioxidant serum you mix fresh before use. one click releases pure antioxidants into a soothing serum base.
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our top story this morning, u.s. air force planes have arrived the morning in the american territory of guam after new threats made by north korea against the island. yesterday president trump issued a warning of fire and fury to north korea amid escalating rhetoric, and there's new information about north korea's ability to launch a strike against the u.s. a draft report by 13 federal agencies say we're already feeling the effects of it. some are worried it could dismiss or change the report. chip reid talked with a government scientist who's speaking out. >> reporter: on the remote
western coast of alaska three small villages are literally melting into the arctic ocean. scientists blame warmer temperatures due to climate change. >> the plan is being chewed away. frankly, they ear one big storm away from being wiped out. it's not just a hello and safety issue. it's a matter of lives. >> reporter: for years this scientist has been work to relocate the individuals to safer ground. last month he did so at the united nations. six days later he was one of about 50 department employees who were assigned to new jobs. clement responded with a whistle blower complaint adding to his old job. >> i believe the trump administration is retaliating against me for disclosing the risk. >> and he says for speaking out
about climate change which president trump has repeatedly questioned. clement says his new job is a waste of taxpayer dollars. >> they're paying you to do virtually nothing. >> that that's right. >> pause they hope you will quit? >> that's right. >> he recently posted in the "washington post," i'm blowing the whistle on the administration. he said he's received a groundswell of support over civil servants. >> there's a big appetite to, quote, resist what's happening. >> to fight back. >> yes. >> we asked the interior department for an interview and they said they can't comment on complaints. they said personnel moves are being conducted to better serve the taxpayer and the department's operations. chip reid, cbs news, washington. coming up on "cbs this morning," a louisiana police officer is speaking out for the first time about a crash she blames on carbon monoxide in her
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texts sore after north korea threatened to strike the u.s. territory of qualm what the leaders are saying in response. breaking right now manhunt is underway after a driver, runs down, several soldiers in france, why eyewitnesses are saying this was not an accident. and locals are calling it lake christie and now battle over margate's controversial dunes project returns to court big question a federal judge will consider later today. and today is wednesday august 9th, good morning i'm rahel solomon. aim jan carabao. jim donovan has the morning off. lets check traffic with meisha and weather with katie. >> good morning, great to see you again.