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captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, february 14th, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." the last climber on oregon's mountain is rescued hours after a climber died from a fall on mt. hood. top intelligence officials are issuing a warning about russia meddling in the 2018 election. >> frankly united states is under attack. united airline's impact brace for an impact after a
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piece of the plane's engine cover rips apart over the pacific ocean. and big snowboard anded by wind gives shaun white a win at the olick picks. good morning from studio 57 news lead quarters here in new york. good to be with you. this morning six of seven climbers stranded on mt. hood are safe from the mountain but sadly someone who fell 7,000 feet yesterday has died. it's more than 11,200 feet high, notorious for its treacherous conditions in warm weather, thousands climb it each year. hena doba is here in new york with more. hena, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. emergency crews responded to separate incidents at the hogback area. while one climber was airlifted
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to a hospital and died the others are safely off the mountain after a complicated rescue and falling rock and ice. a half dozen climbers stranded on oregon's mt. hood since yesterday afternoon have been rescued and brought to safety. a seventh, though, seen receiving cpr from fellow climbers died at the hospital. officials say he fell between 700 and 1,000 feet down the mountain. >> they changed the location where they're at. they still have ice and rocks coming down on them. >> any time somebody loses a life, it's devastating. we are thankful, however, that we were able to get the other folks down safely. >> there were two groups that gut stuck. three were able to get down with minimal assistance. others were able to trek down before nightfall closing in.
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>> both of them are upset. they appear to be physically and mentally exhausted, chi think is a normal reaction to an event like today. >> reporter: . >> a woman who couldn't walk or move when they found her had to be taken down by a rope and a sled. crews say warmer weather contributed to the snow and ice melt which led to falling debris and dangerous conditions. and mt. hood is no stranger to tragedy involving climbers, anne-marie. four people perished there just last year. >> hena doba here in new york. professional golfer bill hoss is in serious condition. hoss was a passenger in a ferrari that crossed the median last night, hit another car, kept going, sideswiped an suv and ended up slamming into the light pole.
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police say hoss is expected to survive. act actor luke wilson survived. he was in the suv. another driver was killed. porter's position gave him access to sensitive secrets. he resigned a week ago. chip reid has more on the con a contradicting timelines. >> we administratively closed the file in january. >> reporter: on capitol hill hill fbi director christopher wray sad the bureau's background check on rob porter had been completed last month. that appeared to contradict the white house claim that the investigation over abusing his former ex-wives was ongoing. but praes secretary sarah sanders insisted the white house
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investigation was still active. >> the white house personnel security office, who is the one that makes the recommendation for adjudication had not finished their process and had not made a decision to the white house. >> reporter: chief of staff john kelly was asked if they should have handled the matter any differently. he said, no, it was all done right. >> mr. trump, do you have an answer to domestic violence? >> reporter: president trump did not respond. >> i would like to hear an enunciation from the white house regarding domestic vie sfleens i think he needs to send a stronger message, stronger message. we need to allow men and women who have been abused to come out and make sure their stories are
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heard and believed. >> reporter: the fbi did come out and say it was in the hands of someone at the white house all the way back to november. the big question now is who. chip reid, cbs news, the white house. on capitol hill, u.s. intelligence heads warn of russian intervention in the upcoming elections. dan coats says the united states nd attack. coats said already seen evidence russia is targeting th is real, this is going to happen, and theand up and say wt going to allow some russian to tell us how to our country. nterfere by ligence chief says using social media to spread
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reports as it does in 2016. that they interfered in the election that got him high-raen officer was shot and killed as he confronted a suspect bauer was killed. he was attended an en hun recei call. he chased the suspect who was into a struggle and was shot several times. po recovered a winnipeg. overseas prime minister no to step dow recommendation that he be arrested on corruption charges. he c witch hunt following a year long netanyahu received nearly $300,000 ines tha involved bribes, fraud, and
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will decidevors. whether to actually charge the prime minister. a frighteningcic. united airlines jet made an a honolulu after the cover off one of its nm it was en route from san francisco to hawaii yesterday. 40bue to land, the engine covering came loud bang and the twin engine they landed without incident and the gate. now to the olympic games where the flying tomato soared to another victory. snowboarder shaun white was in second place but a daring and dazzling position catapulted him to first place in the half pipe. he's the first american to win a gold medal at three different
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olympics. it was the 100th olympic gold for the u.s. and the fourth gold medal for the u.s. in these games tying it with the netherlands and one behind germany. meanwhile some alpine skiing events at olympics have been put on hold because weather refuses to cooperate. dana jacobson is in pyongyang with the details. dana, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. you can see the flags whipping behind me. it got so bad at elim pick park today they had to evacuate some of the media tents and they asked spectators to stay inside the venn jus. athletes weren't spared. alpine skiing had to be post posted for four days. gusts up to 45 miles per hour have disrupted or postponed
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numerous events including the women's slalom, which has now been pushed back twice. british border amy had a tough time. >> it took me and swept me from under my feet. i had a pretty heavy slam on the last run. >> reporter: fuller said she feared for her safety. not a single snowboarder completed error-free runs. >> no athlete is forced to go down and compete. >> reporter:al pine skiing began after two days of opponents. downhill skiers started lower down the course to avoid some of the fiercest winds. >> we're 11 hund meters, 3,800 feet. the area sunday a siberian pressure system and that swoops in this cold dry air and that creates the game-changing winds
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and windchills we're seeing. organizers see no reason to hold events if the weather is question snoo questi questionable. >> if the wind blows for the next 14 days that might be a problem. >> reporter: the winds can whip up almost any time. skier mikaela shiffrin and her coach both addressed the postponement. they said it's part of the outdoor sport. they said the pertinent thing is that it takes place under fair conditions which we duld not see. coming up, porn star payout. details about who paid the woman who once had an affair with donald trump. and she makes her case in court. this is the "cbs morning news."
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morning, a mountain climber who fell 1,000 feed off mt. hood yesterday has died. six others had to be rescued. they described dangerous conditions including melting ice which led to following debris. and fbi director christopher bray said his agency completed their background investigation of rob porter last month. that appears to contradict a white house version. they say they first learned about the allegations of porter last week just before porter resigned. each year about 40,000 children are born with heart defects. some need surgeries and other procedures for the e rest of their lives. kenneth craig tells us about a
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group that gets together every valentine's day for a celebration. >> reporter: 2-year-old riley doesn't miss a beat when the music is on. she and her mother are here celebrating. >> it was difficult. day and night in the hospital. >> reporter: riley was born with a rare and serious congenital heart defect. doctors performed open heart surgery when she was just 4 months old. going to be well, what the future was hold for her. day the hospital along with scroll tears from pct to a party. >> not to see a doctor or get but just to have fun. >> reporter: the celebration is now in many of these families have come back
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say thank you. >> it's really the ultimate reward. >> reporter: in his 25 here, cardiologist ira >> i'm c hearts, and i'm going to continue to come until grownup and hopefully she can give back. >> reporter: a heart full of gratitude for lite hearts put back together. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. coming up on "cbs this morning" in our "morning roun " rounds," former cdc director tom frieden offers inside on the epidemic and how we might be closer to a universal long-lasting vaccine. plus future hall of famer derek jeter talks to jeff glor about his wife welcoming their first child and his new role
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with the miami marlins. and -- ryan coogler of black panther joins us in studio. that's the "cbs this morning" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i even anne-marie green. i even anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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this is a big deal and we will find you. >> right now on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning behaving badly philadelphia police issue a message to the vandals caught on camera following the eagles super bowl victory. a second federal judge weighs on president trump's plans to end a daca program. >> and, a year for a redemption, u.s. snow border sean white proves he still has got it at this years winter games. today is wednesday february 14th happy valentines day, everyone i'm jim donovan. i'm rahel solomon. let check the forecast with katie and traffic with meisha. good morning. >> we have to say happy valentinesay


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