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dollars do not vote. you do. tea party power. a little known and underfunded conservative candidate reveals a stunning primary defeat to virginia congressman eric cantor, the second ranking republican in the house. >> obviously we came up short. an oregon high school is the scene of the latest campus shooting. a teenage gunman opens fire, killing a 14-year-old boy. >> this is a very tragic day, one that i had hoped would never, ever be part of my experience. the government authorizes billions of dollars to handle a surge of children illegally crossing the border into the united states. and hotshots.
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the san antonio spurs light up the scoreboard against the heat in game three of the nba finals. captioning funded by cbs captioning funded by cbs funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, june 11th, 2014. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, this morning politicians on both sides of the aisle are wondering what's next. in what can only be described as a shocking primary upset, influential house majority leader eric cantor lost to a little funded little known tea party-backed economics professor. david brat's victory may well be the biggest upset in the modern primary history. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. there is always a surprise around the corner in washington politics but rarely one of this magnitude.
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eric cantor, a seven-term incumbent, loses his seat. this could be the end of his political career. the victory was a shock to all, including the winner. surrounded by supporters, political newcomer dave brat summed up his stunning victory against majority house leader eric cantor in a way others also see it. >> this is a miracle from god. >> the tea party candidate and economic professor pulled off an unexpected upset last night, dethroning the number two republican in the house, ending cantor's hopes for an eighth term. >> obviously we came up short. >> reporter: the defeat was a shock to cantor supporters. he outspent brat 40-1. his own internal poll conducted late latest month had hit up 30 points over brat. brat centered much of his pcampaign around one issue, immigration. he and his tea party supporters accuse cantor of not being conservative enough, claiming he supported amnesty for immigrants living in the country illegally. cantor denied the charge and promised to continue fighting
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for conservative values. >> i believe there's opportunity around the next corner for all of us. >> cantor was considered the top candidate to succeed house speaker john boehner. in a statement speaker boehner called cantor a good friend and a great leader and someone i've come to rely upon on a daily basis as we make tough choices when it comes to governing. it's the first time in governing history that a house majority leader has lost a primary. now, it is still unclear if cantor will keep his post until the end of the year and who replaces him in the new congress if the republicans keep their majority. anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in washington. thank you, susan. well, as we reported it appears to have been a critical issue in eric cantor's defeat. a senate panel voted to give the obama administration an extra $2 billion to handle a surge of uncompanied children caught trying to cross the mexican
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border by themselves. as vicente arenas reports, they're being held in a warehouse in arizona. >> reporter: the department of homeland security has denied our request to go inside the facility at the site of nogales because of the age of the children. some of the immigrants are only as old as 12 years old. the only glimpse inside are these photos obtained by a local radio station. more than 700 sleep in these large rooms. you can see the foil blankets covering the children. most traveled alone from el salvador, guatemala, and honduras. a salvadorean diplomat has been inside. >> it's not appropriate. >> it's not appropriate. >> translator: i was worried because they didn't have a good place to sleep, no privacy or proper bathrooms. >> reporter: the influx of children is being blamed on poverty and drug-related violence in central america. it's also believed that parents
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think there have been changes wrongly made by president obama prohibiting young illegal immigrants being deported. what's the first thing that went through your mind when you heard all those kids were coming over here without their parents? >> i'm a mom, so i can't imagine a kid without a mom. >> paula was among the residents in this border town donating supplies. the kids here will be eventually be sent to centers in california and oklahoma. the government must now find the parents and guardians of all the children as they move through the deportation process. it's a complicated process that could last for months. vicente arenas, cbs news, nogales, arizona. well, this morning the pentagon is investigating one of the deadliest friendly-fire incidents of the afghan war. five americans were killed by a u.s. air strike. we've learned the names of four of the five americans killed in southern afghanistan monday. it's unclear if they were victims of human or mechanical error. they were part of a special operations unit ambushed by the taliban.
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the u.s. troops were on patrol monday night with afghan forces when a nier fire fight broke out with taliban fighters. the u.s. called in an air strike and tried to escape by helicopter but a bomb dropped by an aircraft thought to be a b-1 bomber killed all five americans and at least one afghan soldier. president obama says gun violence has become the norm in this country and it's time for some soul-searching. he was talking about the inability of congress to tighten gun control measures. his comments came after a deadly shooting on the campus of an oregon high school. hundreds of students and faculty came together last night just a few blocks from reynolds high school near portland. they paid tribute to a 14-year-old student killed by a gunman. he also wounded a teacher before apparently killing himself. danielle nottingham reports. >> got a call, reynolds high school. shots fired in a locker room. at least one person down.
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medical's responding. code 3. >> reporter: the shots fired inside reynolds high school sent students scattering just after 8:00 in the morning. the school was locked down. >> we just heard two gunshots. everyone was freaking out, and we all ran into the weight room hallway and we just hid and locked all the doors. >> reporter: a lone gunman with a rifle fatally shot a student inside the locker room and injured a teacher before killing himself in a school bathroom. >> we have identified the victim in today's shooting as 14-year-old emilio hoffman, a freshman at reynolds high school. >> you've just got to realize it can happen at your school and that's what happened today, and it's just so sad that we lost someone that's such great guy as emilio. >> reporter: authorities have tentatively identified the gunman but are not releasing his name, age, or the kind of rifle
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he was shooting. tuesday's shooting was the 74th at a school in the 77 weeks since the massacre at newtown, connecticut. president obama expressed frustration over this uniquely american problem. >> we're the only developed country on earth where it happens, and it happens now once a week. >> reporter: counselors are being made available to students who should be celebrating the start of summer break. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. thunderstorms, drenching rain, and flooding are possible today from the plains to the mid-atlantic states. this latest weather system could produce an inch of rain or more in a short period. there's a threat of floods from the lower great lakes to kentucky. several buildings at a flee market collapsed. trees were knocked down and power was knocked out to thousands of people, but no injuries are reported. coming up on the "morning news" now, sending a powerful message. a television ad airs during a prime spot last night calling for an nfl team to change its name. this is the "cbs morning news." for an nfl team to change its
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the debate over the name has flared up in recent months. 50 senators have sign add letter called on the redskins to change their name. redskins owner daniel snyder said he'll never change the team's name. and a battle cry over a this morning from a teachers union across the country over a landmark decision to strike down tenure in california. a judge ruled yesterday that job protection laws at california public schools harm students especially poor and minority ones because it makes it almost impossible to fire bad teachers. the california teachers association will appeal. and on the "cbs moneywatch" now, google buys a satellite startup, and the airlines with the best on-time record. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. asian markets ended mixed ahead of the bank of japan's two-day policy meeting. tokyo's nikkei added half a percent. hong kong's hang seng lost a quarter percent. the government said wholesalers added to their stockpile but that didn't impress investors on wall street.
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the dow gained only two points yesterday but still set a new record high. the nasdaq added just 1 point. the s&p lost half a point. google is heading into the sky. the internet giant is buying a company called skybox imaging for $500 million. its satellites takes high-resolution pictures and videos of earth. google says skybox will help them keep their maps up to date and eventually improve internet access to remote parts of the world. dunkin' donuts is heading west into california. the east coast chain plans to start construction on its first free-standing stores in the state next month. right now the stores are only in four cities, but c & d plans to open more than a thousand in the future. and, anne-marie, the airlines are getting better at arriving online. the government says the
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sterling was banned for life by the nba and urged to sell the team when he was recorded making racist comments. now, the sterling controversy playing out during game three of the nba finals. with the series tied at one game apiece, san antonio shows up in miami and shoots the lights out. the spurs set a finals record by sinking nearly 76% of their shots in the first half. leonard finishes with a career-high 29 points and san antonio takes game three, 111-92. they now lead the series, two games to one. lebron james finished with 22 points last night, and shortly before the game, we got a look at what his post-basketball career might entail. the cable network starz released a teaser trailer for a new sitcom. exec produced by james. "survivor's remorse" tells of a young basketball star turning pro. when we return, why the government is telling pregnant women to eat more fish. sh.
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here's look at today's forecast in some cities arou here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. the government says pregnant or breastfeeding women need to eat more fish, and as alexis christoforous shows us, there are plenty of fish that are low in mercury. >> reporter: eight months' pregnant with her third child, jessa martinez knows a lot about what fish to eat. >> i tend to stay away from larger fish. >> reporter: the concern is bigger fish has higher mercury levels which can harm a developing brain. now the food and drug administration and the environmental protection agency are trying to clear up the questions so more pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as children eat more fish. >> we know that fish and essential fatty acids that are contained in fish are really important for the development of
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the neurologic system including the brain and the eyes. >> reporter: the new guidelines recommend eating at least eight ounces of seafood low in mercury two to three times a week. some fish lower in mercury are shrimp, salmon, ta lap ya, and cod, which are good sources of omega-3. health officials say swordfish, tilefish, king mackerel, and shark, which are high in mercury. >> canned tuna is fine and fresh deep sea tuna one serving a week would be fine. >> reporter: the government hopes the new recommendations will get more children and pregnant women eating fish. >> i'm a fish lover, so more fish, the better as long as it's safe. >> reporter: and jessa says she tries hard to get her two young boys to eat fish, but that's not always easy. alexis christoforous, cbs news. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," reaction from capitol hill on majority leader eric cantor's primary defeat. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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call 1-800-dentist today. ♪ a north carolina waitress is counting her blessings this morning. shaina brown works at a waffle house in raleigh and on mother's day was given a tip for $1,000, but waffle house refused to give it to her because the customer put it on a credit card. they said he had to give it in cash or a check. well, the man heard what happened and made good. now, waffle house said they're reviewing their procedures when customers give generous tips, but good for her. a man is turning shorelines into works of art and the scope of his creations is remarkable. john blackstone caught up with him. >> reporter: the designs raked into beach sand are sometimes spontaneous and free-flowing, sometimes geometric and precise, but their beauty is always
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fleeting, waiting to be washed away. they are the work of 42-year-old andres amador. once you start to rake, more ideas come in? >> more ideas and also just the process just starts to drive its own direction of how it will actually look. >> reporter: amador calls himself an earthscape artist. his designs often cover a space as large as a football field created on space on the benches of california and the caribbean. where do your creations come from? >> i would say my biggest inspiration comes from nature and patterns around me, but i try to translate the world as i understand it. >> reporter: it took two hours to complete this product at san francisco's ocean beach. one deep stroke? >> yeah. there you go. good. >> reporter: and then across here? how it looked wasn't clear until the end.
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>> from down here it's hard to get a sense of how it's actually turning out. >> reporter: it's as if you're a painter, but you're blindfolded working on a canvas. amador was educated as an environmental scientist and worked in computer programming before giving it up for his artistic passion ten years ago. >> i never thought i caught make a living raking in the sand. >> reporter: he uses a camera mounted on a quad copter to make images. he sells post cards online. larger prints for $300. beachgoers seem drawn in. >> i'm a humble person in that regard. i don't think that i'm doing some monumental thing for humanity, but in a small way i'm contributing the happiness of the people who get to experience it and that it does something for them. >> reporter: when the tide takes it away, amador has a blank slate to do it all again. john blackstone, cbs news, san francisco. >> pretty cool. well, coming up after your
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local news on "cbs this morning," more on house majority leader eric cantor's primary loss. we'll get reaction from capitol hill and analysis from political director john dickerson. plus a look at so-called cloned vehicles used by drug traffickers. and filmmaker sebastian junger joins us in the studio on his new war documentary. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- ptions by vitac -- -- captions by vitac --
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your realtime captioner is linda macdonald. good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, june 11. i'm michelle griego. >> "hump day" is here. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat.
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nearly 4:30. look who is back. >> hey. >> ladies and gentlemen, it's been a long time without you guys. >> yeah. are we supposed to say we missed him? >> no. [ laughter ] >> hey, guys. >> what's your name? >> good to be back here today. glad things are cooling down. high pressure weakening somewhat so the fog is back. the winds are kicking in. more coming up. >> we have a lot of overnight roadwork no surprise. but a lot of it hasn't been picked up and it's causing some slowdowns already heading into dublin-pleasanton. we'll tell you more about that. plus a connector ramp at the maze is already busy. >> thank you. it's a battle between the city of oakland and the owner of a brothel over this billboard here. now the businessman says he is ready to go to court. here's cate caugiran with the story you'll only see on kpix


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