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sit down. sit down. sit down. >> donald trump on the attack. the republican presidential front-runner has another public confrontation with a member of the media. a hero's homecoming. one of three americans who foiled a terror attack on a paris-bound train is celebrated upon his return to the united states. could stockmarkets rebound after this week's deep dive? signs overseas that the volatility could be leveling off. and a million-dollar misstep. surveillance video shows a 12-year-old boy damaging a 300-year-old painting. -yea captioning funded by cbs ca funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning
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news" for wednesday, august 26th, 2015. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. a new day and a new adversary for donald trump. the talk this morning is of another very public confrontation in the republican presidential campaign. trump going head to head with yien vision anchor jorge ramos during a news conference in iowa tuesday. >> excuse me. sit down. you weren't called. sit down. sit down. sit down. go ahead. no, you don't. you haven't been called. go back to univision. >> ramos was escorted out of the room while questioning trump on his immigration policy. he dman yals is in new york with more on trum's latest battle with the media. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. jorge ramos was eventually allowed back in the news conference where he continued to engage with donald trump.
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all of this happened on the same day trump continued to trade barbs with personalities at fox news channel. >> sit down. sit down. sit down. >> reporter: the temperature turned up on donald trump's simmering feud with univision. jorge ramos was escorted out while peppering the gop front-runner on his immigration policy. >> i have a right as a u.s. citizen, as a journalist to ask a question. >> reporter: when allowed back in, he continued his line of questioning, mainly on trump's proposal to end birth rite citizenship and build a wall. >> how are you going to build a 1,900-mile wall? >> i'm going to build it. i build building -- can i tell you what's more complicated? what's more complicated is building a building that's 5 stories tall. >> reporter: trump has made it the centerpiece of his campaign but some say trump's policy
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proposals are unrealistic. >> it's a great sound bite, but it's not in terms of a practical policy. >> reporter: but trump was in no mood for punches. the billionaire doubled down. when fox news chief robert ales calls the comments disturbing and said the apology was in order, trump said this. >> she's a very small element in my life, megyn kelly. i don't care about megyn kelly. no, i won't apologize. she should apologize to me, but i just don't care. >> reporter: he has seen his poll points steadily decline and his gop points may soon have no choice but to go on the attack. >> it's the old schoolyard school strategy that, you know, if you stand up to the bully, he'll likely pick on somebody else. if you don't, he tends to run the table on you. >> ramos and univision don't want to stand up to trump. they want to sit down. the network's chief responded to
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the confrontation asking trump to enter into an in-depth interview with ramos. that may not happen. you may remember trump filed a half billion-dollar lawsuit after univision dropped the miss universe pageant. >> hena dwranls in new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we'll talk with jorge ramos about his showdown with dobld trump. one of the men has already returned to his hometown ready to resume his education. teri okita report. >> reporter: anthony sadler is finally back home in sacramento safe and sound days after he and his two childhood friends helped foil a suspected terror attack on a train headed to paris. the soon-to-be sacramento state senior managed to slip past reporters at the airport tuesday, leaving college friend john dixon, who coincidentally was on board the same flight, to
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speak on his behalf. >> yeah. he's exhausted. yeah, so he's been getting a lot of attention the past few days. he just wants to get some sleep. >> reporter: other passengers on board described being star struck. >> everybody was very proud. people got up during the flight and took his hand. >> on friday the three helped to overpower ayoub el khazzani. french prosecutors say the moroccan gunman was carried over 200 bullets and looked at a jihadi video on his cell phone just minutes before the chaos. sacramento mayor kevin johnson said plans are in the works to honor the treo. skarlatos remains in germany with stone as stone continues treatment for injuries sustained in the attack. >> french prosecutors opened an investigation into the alleged train gunman and as you heard
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the prosecutor said minuted before the attack ayoub el khazzani watched a jihadi video on his cell phone. he had 200 rounds of ammunition, a pistol, box cutter, and a bottle of gasoline. he said he's not a terrorist and found the weapons in the park and planned to rob passengers. now to wall street where jittery investors are standing by for more turmoil. they watched an early rally wiped out tuesday by an early morning selloff. this morning u.s. talk futures are slightly higher. stocks in asia are mixed the morning following yesterday's interest cut in china. china's shanghai composite index closed down 1.3%, but japan's nikkei stock rose over 3%. jill wagner's at the new york stock exchange. jill, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. traders here don't know what to
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expect. the markets appeared to be on a rebound after an abrupt late-day selloff. yesterday's reversal was stunning. yesterday the dow was up by over 441 points but in the last hour of trading the dow plunged 641 points. the biggest one-day reversal since october 2008. the dow finished the day down nearly 205 points closing at an 18-month low. that's the longest moving stretch in more than three years. the s&p fell 25 points and the nasdaq lost 19. wall street's victim and part of anxiety is that the chinese slow down will spark an economic slow down, but the market hasn't had a correction in four years. the advice from long-term investors is stay where you are and ride out the storm. >> i would definitely stay in the market. don't panic. don't sell, whatever you do. >> the latest figures show a boost in new home sales in the
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country and improving consumer confidence. anne-marie? >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot, ju. the new ambassador's e-mail may have been sensety. some of kennedy's e-mails contained sense active but unclassified information according to the state department. senior staff at the embassy also used private e-mails for business. the state department said there is no indication that kennedy violated department policy. the finds comes as the department looks into e-mails that were sent and received on a private server by former secretary of state hillary clinton. and a west virginia high school teacher is being credited with helping to diffuse a classroom hostage stand off. authorities say a 14-year-old boy held the teacher and 29 students hostage tuesday afternoon in the town of fill leepy. he released the hostages, taken
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a broken elevator led to tense moments last night inside the washington mon edmonton. it forced visitors to walk down 897 steps. first responders helped carry a pregnant woman to safety using special equipment. no injuries were reported and the cause of the outage is under investigation. a man arrested for jumping a wall at the white house this spring is dead after a confrontation at a pennsylvania courthouse. authorities say 34-year-old curtis smith slashed a deputy with a knife tuesday. another deputy at the chester county courthouse shot smith. smith was arrested at the white house in march. he told an officer he was trying to pass a message to president obama. it's been a year since an instructor at an arizona gun range was accidentally killed by a 9-year-old girl firing a machine gun.
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now that instructor's children have launched a national effort to convince lawmakers to set an age limit for the use of automatic weapons. here's don dahler. >> reporter: army veteran charles vacca was standing next to a 9-year-old girl when she pulled an uzi's trigger. the machine gun bucked up and hit him in the head. the 39-year-old father died that evening. his children still struggle the loss of their father. >> he liked to do a lot of things we liked to do. we would watch movies and play games with him. >> reporter: 16-year-old kelly. >> how long did it take to come to grips? >> i don't think it has. today's the one-year anniversary and it's all come back. >> reporter: shortly after the accident the vacca children taped a message for the little girl.
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>> you're only 9 years old. we think about you. we're worried about you. we pray for you. >> reporter: the family launched a national petition urging states to set an age limit for use of automatic weapons. >> laws say children can't drink, can't drive, can't vote, but you can use automatic weapons. >> reporter: attorney mark lambert. >> if you look at regulations, they don't have any type of regulation whatsoever. >> after the accident would you say you're anti-gun? >> definitely not. i'm not anti-gun. i sometimes go to the range with my friend and her dad. >> but you know some people in the country believe any regulation of arms is dangerous. >> you can own a firearm, honestly that's completely fine. but there's no reason for an 8 or 9-year-old to be shooting an automatic weapon. ? in response the national shooting sports foundation said that's for the parents to decide, not the government. the gun range where vacca was killed still allows children to fire machine guns if the
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instructor finds them mature enough. don dahler, cbs news, new york. prosecutors are deciding whether to file charges against caitlyn jenner over a deadly car accident. her vehicle slammed into two cars. the collision killed a woman when her car was pushed into job coming traffic. last week they determined that jenner was traveling at an unsafe speed. well, still to come on the "morning news," a different kind of controversy involving caitlyn jenner. a company taking heat for a halloween costume spoofed her famous magazine cover. jo and what got a former major league star and espn host pulled from calling the little league world series. anything. anywhere. anytime. anyone.
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here's look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. late indycar driver justin wilson is being credited with saving half a dozen lives. wilson died monday night after suffering a head injury during a race sunday. he was hit by debris from another car at the pocono raceway. his organs were donated to six people. wilson was known for his work with charities and carried a donor card. and former major league pitcher curt shillings said an anti-muslim tweet was a bad
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decision in every way on his part. following the tweet espn removed shillings from the broadcast of the little league series. he retweeted a comparison of muslims to nazis and they called the tweet unacceptable. in new york if the yankees' game was a fight, it would have been stopped. houston slammed new york, 15-1. even gattis and carlos gomez both drove in four runs. gomez had words with the yankee bench after flipping a bench. both benches emptied. dallas keuchel became america's first 15-game winner. in washington the nationals' bryce harsher gets it after grounding out. the umpire called it foul. the replay shows the ball never even hit him. he eventually walks and the next batter ryan zimmerman hit a.
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grand slam. washington beat san diego, 8-3. and president obama said he was hustled by former yankee shortstop derek jeter. the president played golf with jeter in nevada last november. the president told politico jeter told him that he had started playing golf just two weeks before and jeter was shanking balls all over during practice. he gave jeter 30 strokes and on the third row he started crushing it. the president said tongue in cheek, jeter stole money from me. it was clearly a setup. when we return, painting punt-out. how a boy's misstep may have ruined more than a million bucks worth of art. misstep may have ruined more than a million worth of art. 100% real milk, just without the lactose. so you can drink all you want... ...with no discomfort? exactly. here, try some... mmm, it is real milk. see? delicious. hoof bump!
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a security camera captures an embarrassing accident inside a museum in taiwan. a 12-year-old boy holding a drink trips and punches a hole in a 300-year-old painting. he regains his balance and then he looks around to see if anybody was watching. the still life is worth $5 million. it was insured and is expected to fix the painting. kraft heinz is recalling 200 pounds of turkey bacon. it's sold under the oscar mayer brand. it could go bad before the date on the package. the products were produced this year between may 31st and august 6th. the recall was prompted by customers' complaints after they got sec. a class-wide reading assignment for new students is stirring up controversy at duke university. a group of freshmen are boycotting the graphic memoir
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"fun home." they say it compromises their morals and christian beliefs. it talked about a woman's exploration and decision to come out as a lesbian. and nasa's dawn spacecraft is beaming back incredible images of the dwarf series. it shows a huge cone-shaped mountain. it's more than 20,000 feet tall. the sharp slopes have bright streaks. another series of images shows a massive crater also with bright spots. and a caitlyn jenner costume is sparking backlash online. the call me caitlyn halloween costume is sparking backlash. it's based on her lingerie-clad "vanity fair" cover. they plan on continuing to sell the $75 costume. the napa valley wine train is apologizing for the way it treated a group of mostly black women.
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in washington state a worker is recovered this morning after being trapped in a railcar filled with sand. he was buried up to his chest. rescuers used suction trucks to carefully remove 80 tons of sand from around him and they hoisted the man to safety using a harness and a fire truck's ladder. well, here's another look at this morning's top stories. donald trump kicked influential latino news man jorge ramos out of a news conference in iowa when ramos questioned trump about his immigration policy. trump said it wasn't ramos's turn to ask a question. trump later allowed him to
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return. and anthony sadler, one of three americans who helped subdue a terrorist on a train traveling from amsterdam to paris is back home. he's due to begin his senior year in college on monday. turning 30 can sometimes spark a change in life. for patrick, a wombat in australia, it's no different. he's achieved a lot in his 30 years including tv appearances which have won him fans around the world, but one thing is still missing. true love. he's looking on the internet on the dating app tinder. we have the story. joe hill has the story. >> reporter: patrick's turning 30 and he's getting flirty. the mellow guy never found love because, well, he's a bit of a wimp. >> he's a bit of a snug ler. he likes to snuggle under the moon light. you know, candlelit dinner and a carrot. >> reporter: his three friends
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at the wildlife park are throwing him in a party and pthey're getting him in the dating game. yes, even the world's oldest wombat is on tinder now. >> he's been introduced to females in the past but he's never taken to them. he's asked us to open a tinder account so any girls coming to town who want to introduce themselves to him, he's bachelor and up for grabs. patrick was hand fed at the park, but he still lives with his parents. sure, he may have put on a couple of kilos over the years, but, ladies, he has his own brand-new set of wheels with custom plates, plus he's a bit of a celebrity. >> you're a film star now, absolutely. >> reporter: he's had wishes flooding in from at least 30,000 facebook followers from all over the world and the local mayor is going to be at his party over the weekend.
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>> 30 in wombat years he could be well over 100 in our terms. >> reporter: of course, if tinder doesn't work out, we might have another way for patrick to find love. >> that was joe hill reporting. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we'll speak with jorge ramos, the univision news anchor who went toe to toe with donald trump. and behind the scenes at the facility where safety experts put cars through crash tests. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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good morning. thank you for waking up with us. i hope you're awake. i think we're awake.
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>> that's debatable. >> cars are on the road already. it's wednesday, august 26. i'm maria medina. >> i'm brian hackney. frank is off this week. and at this time it is now traditionally when roberta, now julie in for roberta, which is also becoming a bit of a tradition, what's the latest? >> i'm playing roberta today. she will be back tomorrow. the latest, get this, warm today with rain on the way. how's that for a weather tease? you have been questioning my forecast and we have a little competition. we forecasted two different temperatures for today. we'll have to see -- >> maybe you'll forget. [ laughter ] >> a beautiful day. brian and i are just teasing each other. right now not as much fog as previously this week. so partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures out the door. 50s to low 60s. i have that full forecast coming up in a bit. first a check of the roads. >> good morning. very light traffic over at


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