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captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, november 3rd, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." here is the 0-1. this is going to be a play. the cubs win the world series! >> decade of despair erased. the chicago cubs finally fly the "w," after winning the world series in extra innings, ending 108-year drought! with five days until the presidential election, the candidates are calling on their surrogates in battleground states. >> i hate to put a little pressure on you, but the fate of
shoulders. >> president obama has been deployed in north carolina and he'll make several stops in the next few days campaigning for clinton. and melania trump hit the trail today, speaking at a rally for the first time in months. 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, this morning, the second city is number one. the chicago cubs won the world series for the first time in 108 year, ending the longest championship drought in professional sports. the cubs beat the cleveland indians 8-7 and finally, the curse that has plagued the cubs has been vanquished, but chicago almost blew it. took a tenth inning rally to secure the championship.
>> reporter: good morning. the chicago cubs and cleveland indians have waited a combined 176 years to win a world series. and, last night, the cubs won the championship in historic fashion, breaking their dry spell. >> here is the 0-1. >> reporter: the historic world series finale. >> the cubs win the world series! >> reporter: followed an unprecedented 17-minute rain delay. >> zobrist, a base hit. >> reporter: mvp for the series ben zobrist. >> it was a team win. >> they always floated so many years before. this is the greatest feeling in the world. >> reporter: fans were left on the edge of their seats at the bottom of the eighth when cleveland outfielder rajai davis
it was an usa momawesome moment >> reporter: in the end the cubs finally ending decades of heartbreak. your family has been waiting 108 years for this. >> this is tremendous. still can't believe it. >> reporter: back in chicago, celebrations immediately spilled from the bars to the streets, as fans hailed the end of the curse of the billy goat. >> it has nothing to do with curses. >> reporter: cubs manager joe maddon attte skill. >> superstition has nothing to do with what is happening today. nothing. and if you want to believe in that kind of stuff, it will hold you back for a long time. >> reporter: with the drought now over, plans for an epic victory parade are under way. and here in cleveland, there are lots of broken hearts and also hope for next year. >> i can only imagine. marlie hall in cleveland, thank you so much, marlie. the president and the woman
for the cubs. mr. mr. obama, cubs win world series. that has changed even this south sider can believe in. want to come to the white house before i leave? and from a lifelong cubs fan and chicago native, hillary clinton, they did it! 108 years later and the drought is finally over. way to make history, cubs. fly the "w." if you thought you would get arrested from politics by tuning into the world series you were wrong. both the clinton and trump campaigns bought commercial time during the game, paying an estimated 500,000 dollars for the each of the 30-second ads. on the campaign trail with the race tightening both candidates are concentrating on critical states and pushing their base supporters to vote. craig boswell reports. >> reporter: donald trump and hillary clinton are painting dire pictures of what it would be like if the other won the election. >> imagine with me what it would be like to have donald trump
next january. >> if hillary clinton were to be elected, it would create an unprecedented and protracted constitutional crisis. >> reporter: trump was back in must-win florida on wednesday i, pitching himself to hispanic voters. >> the community understands what is going on and you see that right now. >> reporter: trump suggested that vot remorse should switch their votes to him. at least six states allow you to reject your early voting. early voting rates among african-american voters got off to a slow start. >> i hate to put a little pressure on you but the fate of the public rests on your shoulders. >> reporter: hillary clinton was out west in nevada and arizona. >> you have six days to convince everybody you can talk to to get
>> reporter: both campaigns aired three national ads during game seven of the world series. clinton's depicts trump as unfit for the presidency but trump says he is the outsider that can bring change. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. today, president obama campaigns for clinton in florida and melania trump will make her first solo appearance campaigning for her husband in philadelphia. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will have more on melania trump's first plagiarizing her address at the republican convention. president obama criticized the fbi's announcement to a new investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. the president didn't mention the fbi director james comey by name but appeared to call come yinchcomey out. >> there is a norm that when there are investigations, we don't operate on innuendo, we
information or on leaks. we operate based on concrete decisions that are made. >> the president said he has made a very deliberate effort to make sure he doesn't look like he is meddling in what is supposed to be an independent process. fire official say the fire that all but destroyed an african-american church in western mississippi was arson. the phrase "vote trump" was spray painted on the hopewell missionary baptist church in greenvle an investigation is open and $11,000 reward is offered to lead to the conviction of who ever is responsible. the final debate between louisiana turned into a heated thrashing. a former kkk leader david duke. outside, protesters upset that the university would allow the former grand wizard on campus, were pepper sprayed as they
the focus on stage was duke. one candidate called him a snake and another called duke a liar. mike pence paid his respects at a memorial for two police officers killed in iowa. the suspects scott greene is well known to area police and appeared to have issues with people of other races. danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: the manhunt for scott greene who police say gunned down two i officers and ended quietly on this rural road when he gave himself up to an employee of the state department of natural resources. >> he flagged down an employee of the dnr, presented his i.d. so that employee and asked that that employee called 911. >> reporter: greene was wanted for killing two police officers. the first just after 1:00 a.m. in urbandale. the second 20 minutes later and two miles away in des moines.
>> definitely there was no opportunity for the officers to respond and they were both sitting in their car and shot while sitting. >> reporter: the two officers shot were anthony beminio and justin martin. greene was no stranger to law enforcement. >> we are asking you to leave at this time. >> reporter: police say he was issued a warning for trespassing at his daughter's high school for during the national anthem. >> peep in the crowd felt that was offensive and he should be removed from the stadium. >> reporter: police took greene to the hospital after he complained of a medical condition. charges have not yet been announced. opening statements are scheduled for today in the murder trial of former south carolina policeman michael slager, who is white is accused
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streets when the cubs clenched their long awaited championship. fans in bars near wrigley field watched on tv and neither of which existed when the cubs last won the world series in 1908! the cubs own the front pages of today's chicago's newspaper. the "chicago tribune," "at last!" and overjoyed cubs with a headline "what a wonderful world." cleveland's plain dealer called it history, noting indians 68-year title drought drags on. way to rub it. n. lebron sent a shout-out to the indians on twitter after they came up shareholder. >> the whole cavs organization, the whole city of cleveland, we are proud of you guys. you have nothing to hang your heads low about. >> james and the cavaliers brought cleveland its first pro sports championship since 1964 when they won the nba title last spring.
morning newsstand. the philadelphia inquirer reports arguments presented by bill cosby's lawyers to have his sexual assault case thrown out. they say he has been exploited by politicians, the media, and accusers hungry for fame. a judge is due to decide what evidence may be knitted at cosby's trial next june. "the new york times" reports president obama's first remarks on the controversial dakota access pipeline. he said the government engineers are considering another path for native american protesters say the pipeline would threaten their water supply and sacred lands. wp wi"the washington post" updates a lawsuit against lance armstrong. his lawyers asked the judge to dismiss the suit. the postal service says the millions they promoted on armstrong was wasted when he admitted to doping three years ago. still to come, joe cool.
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the last time the fed raised interest rates was december of last year. a steep decline in oil prices and concern about the u.s. election sent stocks lower yesterday. the dow lost 77 points, the s&p declined for the seventh day in a row, finishing down 13. the nasdaq fell 48. the department of justice is suing at&t's directv because of its alleged role in colluding with competitors to not carry los angeles dodgers broadcasts in l.a. millions of l.a. area homes were left without access to dodger games when at&t and rival pay for tv operators did not air the dodgers games. at&t said it would have meant higher practices. the s.e.c. wants to know if wells fargo violated rules about investor disclosure and other matters when it engaged in
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walter cronkite was the face of the "cbs evening news" for nearly two decades. today on the eve of what would have been birthday, kenneth craig looks back on his career. >> i personal don't wear a parachute. >> no sense of me going out in that jungle if you're not down there with me. >> reporter: known as the most trusted man in america, walter cronkite. his rise to the anchor chair when cbs newsman hired cronkite in 1950.
washington bureau. in 1962, he took over the "cbs evening news." >> good evening, from our cbs news room in new york. >> reporter: he anchored that broadcast right here taking the show out of a studio and into a real working newsroom. a year later, he shared the nation's grief when he delivered the news of president kennedy's assassination. >> here is a bullet from cbs news. from dallas, texas, the flash, apparently official, presi kennedy died at 1:00 p.m. central standard time. 2:00 eastern standard time. i'm walter kron krit. >> reporter: he was a nightly fixture in american homes for nearly two decades and he cemented his legacy during the vietnam war. >> we have been too often disappointed by the optimism of the american leader. >> reporter: in an editorial, he called on the government to negotiate and end to the war which he described as a stalemate. >> theit is increasing clear to
ration national way out then would be negotiate, not as victors, but as an honor people to defend a democracy. >> president johnson eventually said, if i've lost cronkite, i've lost america. and announced he would not seek reelection afterwards. >> this is my last night as anchorman for "cbs evening news." cronkite handed over the "cbs evening news" to dan rather 1981. >> that is it. friday, march 6th, 1981. >> reporter: he continued as a correspondent for cbs where his colleagues described him as a spine of the network and a giant to the journalism. to the world, he was simply uncle walter. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," in the ongoing series "issues that matter," a look at the
health care and the future for obamacare. plus we will take you to a lab where they are building a better battery that won't catch fire. and goalie of the national team shares his note to self. >> and in new jersey, only the strong survive. that is the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. i'm anne-marie green.
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