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terror targets. american special forces units launch two raids in north africa, aimed at bringing wanted terror suspects to justice. >> i am not going to raise the debt limit without a serious conversation about dealing with the problems that are driving the debt up. >> as the government shutdown starts its seventh day, republicans say there won't be an end to the standoff or an increase in the naon debt limit without negotiations. race car wreck. an indycar driver and racing fans are hospitalized after a dangerous crash on the track. and a good samaritan speaks. the man who helped stop a road rage beating said he had to step in. >> i said, that's it. there was more comment. i said, that's it, guy, let it go. let it go.
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captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, october 7th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the united states is hoping a terror suspect captured over the weekend will provide valuable intelligence about al qaeda's operation. he was taken into custody in tripoli, libya. that was one of two raids by american special forces on saturday. the other targeting a suspected terrorist compound in somalia. jericka duncan is here in new york with that and more. good morning, jericka. >> good morning, anne-marie. the results of those raids appear to be mixed. it's unclear if the terrorist suspect targeted in somalia was involved in the fire fight with navy s.e.a.l.s but they have what's called, quote, vast value. it spent 15 years and it ended on the street here in tripoli.
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the man intight dieted for the 1998 bombings in tans z tanzani kenya was pulled from his car and taken from his home. today john kerry says his capture complies with the u.s. law. >> the united states of america is going to do everything in its power that is legal and appropriate in order to enforce the law and protect our security. >> reporter: al libi was an original member of al qaeda and had been on the fbi's most wanted terrorist list since it was introduced on september 11th. >> he was in al qaeda's early stages where their anti-u.s. agenda was being formed. >> his capture could be a serious blow to the al qaeda operation. al libi was the computer expert and his computer held a 180-page manual per operations. >> it remained clear how serious
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a threat al qaeda was because it laid out step by step the things an operative would have to do to pull off a terrorist attack like 9/11 or the attacks in somalia. >> al shabaab is the organization that launched the bloody takeover of a mall in nairobi, kenya, last month. officials say another man known as al ruqai'l was another. no other person was injured in the fire fight. as for al libi, he's going to eventually face terror charges here in new york. >> jericka duncan in new york. thank you, jericka. well, international experts began destroying syria's chemical weapons on sunday. the u.n.-backed team has about nine months to eliminate the stockpile.
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syria is believed to have about a thousand tons of mustard gas and nerve agents. a chemical gas in august that killed hundreds of people in damascus prompted the mission. and there were new clashes in egypt overnight. on sunday more than 50 people were killed across the country in raging street battles. supporters of deposed president mohamed morsi faced off against backers of the military-led government. the fighting took place on a national holiday meant to celebrate egypt's military. and the government shutdown enters its seventh day this morning. hundreds of thousands of federal workers remain furloughed, and the country is moving closer to an ominous deadline. on october 17th the u.s. will reach its borrowing limit and the government will run out of cash to pay its bills. lack of political process on that issue rattling wall street and main street. the two sides are further apart than ever. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> anne-marie, good morning. a couple of bright spots did emerge over the weekend. many, many workers are being
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called back on the job, and many others are coming closer to getting back pay, but both houses of congress are back in session today, no closer to making a deal to temporarily fund the government and reopen the government, and now the nation is moving closer to this even more severe crisis. defense secretary chuck hagel is ordering about 300,000 department of defense employees back to work today even though the government is still shut down. republicans and democrats are not negotiating. >> there may be a back room somewhere, but there's nobody in it. >> house speaker john boehner says republicans will only approve bills to reopen the government and raise the country's debt limit if they agree to a -- >> i told the president there's no -- the votes are not in the house to pass a clean debt limit. >> democrats argue the 218 votes
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needed to pass the bill in the house are there but speaker boehner won't bring it up for a vote. >> we have just about every democrat, 21 low pressures said they would. there are many more republicans said that they privately would. so speaker boehner, just vote. put it on the floor and let's see if you're right. >> if congress can't reach a deal in the next ten days, the nation could default on its debt for the first time in american history. >> if lawmakers doan get it together by october 17th, it's going to be a collision, an economic collision that's going wreck our economy. >> on october 17th, the government will run out of money to cover its bills. six days later social security benefits come due, and one week after that, $6 billion in interest payments have to be paid. wall street is interestingly watching the feed. >> treasury secretary jack lew says defaulting on the debt could plunge the nation back into a recession worse than in 2008 and that one was the worst recession since the great depression.
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now, since the weekend, the conversation here on capitol hill seems to be morphing into a larger deal being desired by many on both sides that would encompass not just changes in the health care law but cuts in entitlement programs like medicare, medicaid, possibly cuts in taxes. a larger deal than we've seen both sides reach before in a pass. >> seems like a lot of work to be done. well, top "cbs moneywatch" defense contractors getting a lifeline during the government shutdown and gas prices continue to slide. gigi stone is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, gigi. >> good morning, anne-marie. the weekend announcement that ended the furlough for most dod employees put some other people back to work. it's led to united technology to bring back workers. it's in a division which builds black hawk helicopters. lockheed martin, however, is continuing with today's layoff of 3,000 employees until it can confirm hagel's announcement with the pentagon. asian markets were lower
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amid rising concerns about the u.s. debt ceiling. tokyo's nikkei fell more than 1%. hong kong's hang seng lost half a percent. a strong ending to the week on wall street wasn't enough to undo the damage to the dow as investors worry about the ongoing government shutdown. the dow shed 259 points last week while the nasdaq finished the week up 20. japan airlines announced this morning it's ordering a dozens of new jets from airbus. they're ordering a-350 jets worth $9.5 billion with an option to buy another 25 of the planes. it's to defeat boeing which has long dominated the japanese market. good news for commuters this morning if you're stopping by the gas station on your way to work to fill up. the latest lundberg found the price plunged 14 cents. the average stands at $3.38.
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"gravity" opened over the weekend. the 3-d space drama starring sandra bullock and george clooney made more than $55 million in its debt weekend. falling to second place "cloudy with a chance of meatballs 2" er and at $22.5 million and "runner, runner" starring justin timberlake opened. earning $7.5 million. >> gigi stone of the new york stock exchange. thank you very much, gigi. coming up on the "morning news," indycar crash. cars go flying leaving an indy driver badly injured and spectator fans in the stands. this is the "cbs morning news." . as if the weight of the world is resting on your face. but sudafed gives you maximum strength sinus pressure and pain relief. so you feel free. liberated. released. decongested. open for business. [ inhales, exhales ] [ male announcer ] powerful sinus relief from the #1 pharmacist recommended brand.
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vehicles and buildings. the cause is under investigation. and at least eight people are dead including three children in a monster truck accident in mexico. amateur video shows the truck crushing several smaller cars and then careening into the crowd on saturday. 79 more people were hurt. investigators say alcohol was detected on the driver's breath and he's being held on the suspicion of manslaughter. and a wild multicar wreck in the final lap of the grand prix in the houston race sent the driver and fans to the hospital. teresa garcia shows us the dramatic video. >> oh! >> oh, no. oh, my goodness. that's a horrifying ride for dario franchitti. >> reporter: the four-time indycar champion made contact with takuma sato's car.
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>> that was a big hit. >> reporter: this amateur video shows the fence shaking and the fans ducking when the impact occurred. a large portion of fencing flew into the grandstand along with debris from the wreck. road crews rushed to the crash site. franchitti was hospitalized with two fractured vertebrae, a fractured ankle, and a concussion. fans were also hurt. two of them were taken to the hospital. >> we came in to put on great show and we don't want anybody to get hurt. >> reporter: an indycar official suffered minor injuries. the race promoter and indycar released a joint statement saying fan and driver safety is their top concern. the crash is under investigation. teresa garcia, cbs news. >> a 9-year-old boy passed through airport sur security, boarded a plane, and flew 1,300 miles all without a ticket. he got on a delta flight in minneapolis and flew to las vegas on thursday.
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during the flight the attendants notice head wasn't on their intended list of minors and contacted police in vegas. they're investigating how it happened. straight ahead in sports, tony romo outdoes peyton manning on the stat sheet, but could he keep up on the scoreboard. stat sheet, but could he keep up on the scoreboard. ll's skillet sauces make it easy. just brown some meat and add the campbell's skillet sauce for a meal so awesome, you'll want to share it. now everyone is cooking. with new campbell's skillet sauces. now everyone is cooking. it seems our angels stronger than ever angel soft®. with two softshield™ layers. it holds up better than ever. all wrapped up in a value you love. angel soft®. the softness you want, the strength you need. waiting for your wrinkle cream to work? clinically proven neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair. it targets fine lines and wrinkles
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morning but sunshine in dallas and mostly sunny in los angeles with a high of 83. in sports now the dodgers and the braves bring their playoff series to los angeles tied at one apiece. but l.a. grabs control of the series in game three. carl crawford and juan uribe hit early home runs, and the dodgers cruise to a 13-6 win. l.a. leads the series now, two games to one. and the pittsburgh pirates are one victory away from winning their first playoff series since 1979. pedro alvarez drives in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning and the pirates beat the cardinals, 5-3. pittsburgh leads st. louis, two games to one. a sunday night doubleheader in the nfl. the chargers and the raiders playing late because of a baseball playoff game in oakland saturday. raiders' quarterback throwing two touchdowns. and in the other night game,
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houston quarterback matt schwab continues to struggle. he has an interception return for a touchdown for a fourth straight game. san francisco would come up with two more interception with a 34-3 win over the texans. the broncos and cowboys play a wide game in dallas. dallas quarterback tony romo has the game of his career. he throws for more than 500 yards and five touchdowns, but with the score tied at 48-48 late in the game, romo makes a critical error. he throws an interception with less than two minutes to play. that sets up a game-winning field goal for denver. the broncos win, 51-48. romo set as franchise record for yards but says a win would have been better. >> you leave everything on the field to, you know, just to try and win these football games, and, you know, it's disappointing when you don't.
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you know, we had a chance today, you know, as good a football team as there is, and we know that. >> not too shabby of a game for peyton manning. he throws more than 400 yards and a touchdown for a win for denver. when we return, more motorcyclists arrested in the attack of an suv driver, and we'll hear from the good samaritan who stepped in to stop the brutal beating. if you're seeing spots before your eyes, it's time for aveeno® positively radiant face moisturizer. [ female announcer ] aveeno® with soy helps reduce the look of brown spots in 4 weeks.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. washington, d.c., heavy rain. 76 the high. atlanta, showers. st. louis will be partly sunny. denver, sunny, seattle, mostly showers, a high of 58. a fourth person has been arrested and is now charged in the new york motorcycle road rage case. reginald chance was arraigned sunday on gang assault charges.
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he's the motorcyclist accused of smashing in the window with the helmet. the nypd are investigating off-duty police who were present at the time. >> and at least one good samaritan did come to the aid of the family in the suv. michelle miller has his story. >> reporter: sergio consuegra lives just a few blocks from a city street corner where a mob of angry motorcyclists confronted a driver in an suv and began beating him with a motorcycle helmet. >> i knew he was in bad shape because there was a lot of blood. >> reporter: once he saw the bikers approaching the wife and infant, the 51-year-old said hi had to take a chance. >> i got to do something. i've got to help the family. i heard a lot of people screaming and telling the man, no, not the woman, not the woman. there's a child. >> reporter: this father of ten said he got between four to six of the attackers and the driver.
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>> and i say, that's it. there was more coming. said that's it, guys, let it go. he was surprised when he learned afterward that at least three off-duty members of the new york city police department were among the bikers there. >> i'm shocked. >> reporter: they're here to protect us. >> yes. >> reporter: but a private citizen stepped in and saved this man. >> yes, they could have stopped this if they wanted to. >> reporter: they didn't. does it make you sad? angry? >> it made me angry, made me sad, yeah, knowing that it could have been avoided. >> reporter: he hopes the act of bravery serves as a reminder to the country and a lesson to his children to do the right think. >> that day i had to engage something bad could happen to me, to do the same thing that i did. >> reporter: michelle miller, cbs news, new york. well, coming up after your local news on cbs, "cbs morning
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a handful of states have already passed laws allowing driverless cars on the road. terrell brown shows us how one carmaker is ushering in the era of self-driving cars in style. >> reporter: it looks like an suv driven right off the showroom floor, but this cadillac slx is lice nothing you've ever seen before. my hands are off the wheel. >> reporter: the fully autonomous vehicle was signed by engineers at the gm collaborative facility in pittsburgh. gary schneider is one of the leading engineers. >> we're coming up on a red light and it's turning red now. >> reporter: the vehicle can detect everything from stop signs to traffic lights and makes all decisions involved in
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driving like when to change lanes and how to navigate busy roads. >> it's good at detecting cars, it's good at tracking them, knowing how fast they're going, how far away they are and making intelligent decisions about what to do in this case like can i pull out in this lane or let the car go by. >> reporter: the vehicle is equipped with hidden cameras and lasers that gives the car a 360-key degree view of the road. all of the information is fed from a computer underneath the trunk, which makes 100 decisions per second. >> now we're showing you what it looks like from a camera view. not only are we detecting things but we can classify them. this is a pedestrian. now there's a bicyclist. >> reporter: is this just a cool idea or do you see this really being on the road in the next decade or so? >> i see it being on the road. i mean we see it on the road today. there's cars that have adaptive cruise control, there's cars that can park themselves. >> reporter: the race is already on.
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in august nissan announced they will have a fully autonomous car on the road by 2020. just over six years from now. a report this year found autonomous driving modes will be available in roughly 41% of cars worldwide by 2030, rising to 75% by 2035. five other companies say they have self-driving cars on the way. >> i think it will have a very positive impact on safety and on reducing congestion. >> reporter: congressman bill schuster is planning hearings on how this technology can become a reality. >> there are 32,000 people killed on our highways today, 6 million accidents. 93% of those accidents are from driver error, people swerving, not paying attention. i do believe this technology once it gets in the fleet will reduce significantly the fatalities and accidents on our highways today. >> reporter: carnegie mellon
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research institute say these cars will likely roll out in the luxury market, but could likely adjust $5,000 to $7,000 to the price of a car, a small price for your very own chauffeur. terrell brown, "cbs morning news," pennsylvania. >> sign me up, i want one. coming up on "cbs this morning," david martin will have the latest on libya and somalia. that's the latest for this morning on "cbs morning news." i'm anne-marie green. thanks for watching. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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and i'm frank mallicoat your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald. good morning, everyone, it's monday, october 7. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. where'd the weekend go? nearly 4:30. it's ladies day today. >> it is.
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>> i feel like a bunny in a carrot patch. >> it will be substantially cooler than the weekend. grab a jacket inland or a sweater. 48 degrees in santa rosa compared to 63 san francisco. currently in the mid-50s in san jose. >> it's good to see you, roberta. we are going to talk about this problem at the carlson ramp at i-80. a propane leak. we'll have details and let you know if it's affecting traffic on the freeway with traffic in a few minutes. >> very good, thanks. crew contains a vegetation fire forcing a shutdown of eastbound lanes on the bay bridge. th


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