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that's the "overnightrn ht n for this monday. from the cbs broadcast center in captioning funded by cbs it's monday, july 1st, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." no survivors. an airplane crashes in texas, killing all ten people onboard. what officials say happened right before the aircraft plunged into a hangar and burst into flames. president trump became the first sitting president to step into north korea. and a dazzling display of p.r.i.d.e. we'll take you through new york city marking 50 years since the birth of the gay rights movement.
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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. an investigation is under way after ten people were killed is in a fiery plane crash outside of dallas, texas. yesterday a small plane crashed into an airport hangar shortly after takeoff. new video shows thick black smoke rising from a hole in the hangar. the plane was set to fly from addison, texas, to st. petersburg, florida. laura podesta is in new york. what do we know so far? >> it killed everyone onboard. the ntsb officials spoke last night. they say they're looking for clues in the wreckage, but it's still very early in the process. cellphe dison,as
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mometeane experience some sort of failure during takeoff. ofal veered sharply left, crashing into the structure, bursting into flames. >> it was really sick. you could tell it was burning chemicals or gas or oil. >> reporter: eight passengers and two crew members were onboard the plane which was bound for st. petersburg, florida. no one survived. >> we don't know a lot about the people onboard at this point. i think the next of kin is just in the process of being notified. >> no one was inside of the hangar during the crash, but two other aircraft were damaged. >> we cannot confirm there was an engine failure at this point. there are any number of pockets that could occur, and like i said, we're not in a position to speculate on those kinds of things.
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>> the ntsb is still looking what might have caused the crash. and more information is expected to be released by the ntsb as early as today. some of the questions they're trying to answer is if the flight crew worked together beforehand. witnesses of the crash are being asked to send in photos and videos of the crash to the ntsb. anne-marie? >> laura podesta in new york. thank you, laura. president trump is praising what he called a wonderful meeting with kim jong-un. mr. trump is back in washington after making history as the first sitting president to step foot inside north korea. the impromptu meeting came after president trump tweeted an invite to kim the day before. steven portnoy reports on what this means for nuclear talks. >> reporter: po gton adusk sunday capturing a dramatic week of talks after restarting stalled negotiations.
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at the 38th parallel mr. trump made history being the first to step onto north korea alongside kim jong-un. the pair met at the demilitarized zone for nearly an hour and agreed to restart the demilitarized talks. >> the teams are going to start working to see whether or not they're going to do something. >> reporter: mr. trump believes his personalization with kim has made it a safer place, but talks with the north haven't budged since the failed talks in hanoi in late february. the president walked away from the table when kim demanded sanction relief. >> getting back to talks with the north koreans is important and i think that's a good thing. the second perspective,ou th comes higco>> the pictures o side by side with the president could boost the legitimacy on the global stage.
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in his meeting with chinese president xi jinping, he agreed not to ncrease tariffs. but a final agreement with china appears far off in the distance. steven portnoy, cbs news, seoul. president trump also says that he plans to invite kim jong-un to the white house, but he did not say when that might happen. incoming press secretary stephanie grisham was slightly injured when a scuffle broke out between reporters and north korean security guards during president trump's historic north korean visit. >> i need help here. >> grisham got caught up in the fray and ended up with breezes. north korea officials tried to stop a press pool from going into a room where president trump and kim jong-un were
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meeting. the secret service had to intervene. in hong kong, thousands of protesters are gearing up for a major demonstration to fight a proposal that would allow suspects to be extradited to china to face charges. this morning a small crowd tried to force its way into the legislature by ramming a cart into a glass wall. it happened as people are gathering for a ceremony to mark the 22nd anniversary of the city's return to chinese rule. and students at the university of utah will hold a vigil tonight for former classmate mackenzie lueck. over the weekend a memorial site was set up on the salt lake city campus honoring lueck. the 23-year-old student was missing for 11 days before police say they found her burnt remains the backyard of her suspected killer. ayoola ajayi was arrested on friday. police in northern utah say they investigated a rape allegation against him five years ago, but the victim refused to press charges. and a construction worker says
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he confronted him in april about building a room under a front porch and hooks on the walls. >> i had a gut feeling and i just walked away. >> the contractor said he reported his encounter of the suspect to the police after seeing reports on friday about the arrest. gay p.r.i.d.e. was on display around the world. yesterday the lgbtq capped a month of celebrations commemorating the start of the modern gay rights movement 50 years ago. the biggest event was in new york city. here's tom hanson. >> reporter: with cheers, huge smiles, and the bright colors of the rainbow just about everywhere, they celebrated on the streets of new york on sunday. it was a massive gay p.r.i.d.e. party with tens of thousands of marchers and spectators all sharing the same message.
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>> love is love. >> it's awesome to see all this. it's so fun. >> reporter: sunday's march commemorates the 50th anniversary of the clash between preece and gay patrons at the stonewall inn. it sparked the modern gay rights movement. >> it took us many seps to get where we are today. we should be super proud. >> it's really heartwarming to see how much as a nation we've progressed. >> reporter: five decades ago being gay could get a person arrested. now police are out in full force making sure people in the lgbtq are safe and secure. >> reporter: police lined the parade route and even paused for photos. one person said it wasn't just about gay rights but about everybody's rights. and they say it's not to be separated but simply part of the fabric of society in america and
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around the world. in san francisco p.r.i.d.e. celebrations were put on hold for nearly an hour due to protests over police presence at the parade. demonstrators scuffled with officers. they blocked an intersection at busy market street while 12 protesters linked arms and lie on the ground. two people were taken into custody and one officer injured. an estimated 1 million people march. coming up on the news, we'd meet a 73-year-old survivor who survived a women being lost in the forest. and renewed scrutiny on race. former vice president joe biden faces continued questions. this is the "cbs morning news." irreversible joint damage. ongoing pain and stiffness are signs of joint erosion. humira can help stop the clock. prescribed for 15 years, humira targets and blocks a source of inflammation that contributes to joint pain and irreversible damage.
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embassy embassy. police say a car exploded outside the defense ministry building. militants ran into a nearby high-rise and began firing on the ministry. no one has claimed responsibility. back home a 73-year-old hiker survived being lost for a week in a california forest, and joe biden faces new scrutiny about race. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "washington post" reports former vice president joe biden faced a new attack on his past positions on racial issues. yesterday the democratic presidential candidate came under fire over his opposition to order fed rag bussing. new jersey senator cory booker called out biden saying he failed to bring people together on racial issues because he won't speak candidly about his past legislative work. >> this is a bad culture where you can't admit mistakes and speak to your vulnerabilities and responsibilities. and imperfections.
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we all have them. if you can't talk openly and honestly about your own development on these issues, i think it's very hard to lead our country forward. >> during thursday's presidential democratic debate, biden was criticized by kamala harris over his stance on bussing. cbs los angeles says a 73-year-old hiker is recovering after getting lost in the los angeles national forest for a week without food. you jean jo got separated from his hiking group on saturday. he was rescued after he heard voices from a search party and yelled for help. he survived by wrapping himself with a jacket and towel and staying close to warm rocks for heat and stay hydrated with water in a riverbed. >> he had no food. he obviously knows about some type of survival. he was looking for mountain strawberries.
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he was trying to catch frogs to eat. but he has not had anything to eat in a week. >> joe was released from the hospital on saturday. his family says he's back at home and pretty much back to his old self. and cbssports reports the brooklyn nets signed kevin durant and kyrie irving. he signed a 4-year deal worth $164 million. he ruptured his achilles tendon during playoffs which could keep him out of practice all next season and kyrie irving reportedly signed a deal for $142 million. they also agreed to a ealh center deandre jordan. and still to come, taylor swift's latest rant on social media. why she's slamming a music executive who's about to buy her back catalog. og. my skin... it was embarrassing. catalog. catalog.
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seemingly come out as gay. he told fans to listen to his song with fresh ears. kn said some of you all don't emoji. fans and other musicians are praising his post. on the "cbs moneywatch," singer taylor swift is airing her bad blood with a music executive, and a warning about a salmonella outbreak linked to papayas. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. the u.s. and chai in's decision to renegotiation gave the asian markets a boost this morning, and the u.s. wall street is set to open an an upbeat note after gained opened up. the dow rose 73 points. the s&p 500 gained 16 points and the nasdaq jumped 38 points. 62 people have fallen ill and have been hospitalized. 62 people have fallen ill and 23
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were hospitalized. no deaths have been reported. superstar taylor swift says she's sad and grossed out talent was sold to braun in a music deal. she called the sale, quote, worst case scenario. in a tumblr post she accused braun of putting her through obsessive manipulative bullying. she claims he got two of his clients including justin bieber to bully her online including a phone call she had with kim kardashian. braun is acquire big machine label group. she signed with the label when she was 15 but left last year for a different label. >> and "toy story 4" topped the domestic box office for a second straight weekend. >> i know this is a little strange, but we all have to make sure nothing happens to porky. >> woody! >> the latest installment of the beloved franchise is performing
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region, they not only drink it but love to get drenched in it as well. they took part in one of the most popular fiestas in the wine battle. people threw more than 18,000 gallons of wine over each other. they were allowed to use water pistols, garden hoses, and buckets and were not allowed to stop singing. and a 2-year-old in north carolina got a big surprise this weekend. a brand-new play set in her backyard. arika lama is fighting cancer so they teamed up to put together a gift that delivers a special message. >> if there's power in strangers coming together to do something for a local family fighting the fight, those messages, those aren't going anywhere. arika will read those for years and years to come and just be reminded of the love. >> before the reveal arika and her family were treated to a limo ride and breakfast. coming up on "cbs this
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our top story this morning, ten people were killed after a fiery plane crash outside dallas, texas. yesterday morning the small plane crashed into an airport hangar shortly after takeoff. the plane was scheduled to fly from addison, texas, to st. petersburg, florida. and president trump is praising what he calls a wonderful meeting with north korean kim jong-un. idp tweed an meeting fter intem the before more sweltering temperatures week amia brutal heat wave. lead
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roxana saberi reports from lyon, france. >> reporter: germany is sizzling with a quarter of the country hovering around 100 degrees. and in spain triple-digit temperatures are contributing to the country's worst wildfire in 20 years. europe has been sweltering for days as a heat wave moves across the continent. several countries have set new june records including 115 in france on friday, surpassing the old record by three degrees. the country is still haunted by a heat wave in 2003 that led to the deaths of an estimated 15,000 people. officials say this time they're prepared, setting aside places to be cooled off and checking on the elderly. the mayor of a paris district. >> we work all year long. we have social services.
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we have maps of people. we all start calling them. we all call them, check that they're fine. >> reporter: at the height of the heat wave last week, parisians and tourists had to find out ways to adapt. >> go out early in the morning, later at night. >> you're strategizing well. >> we're strategizing well. we're using our arizona strategies in a new location. >> reporter: weather experts say heat waves like this are becoming more intense and common. mark maslin is a climatologist at the university college in london. >> we know these sort of heat waves are slightly more likely to occur than they were 20 years ago. what's worrisome is climate change is going to increase in the future. >> reporter: they say this year is on track to be one of the hottest in history and that the heat wave is consistent with greenhouse gas emissions. here in france, it's in the forecast for now. roxana saberi, cbs news, lyon, france. well, coming up on "cbs this morning," a city well was shut down because of a cancer-causing chemical found in the water.
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now parents in california want to know if it's connected to a series of childhood cancer cases in this community. up on "cbs this morning." plus, how some of the nation's sports teams are helping the people respond to possible mass casualty incidents. and tips for saving money on your summer travel. we'll show you how to find the best deals on hotels and last-minute flights. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- -- cay vitac --
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live from cbs bay area studios, this is kpi my own looking live at the bay bridge, the dancing lights on the bridge. i love seeing that every
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morning. it is monday, july 1st. emily is here with traffic. mary is back. i think we are still on a pride hang over, right. >> the parade was so much fun. >> that was my first time to be a part of it. it was super cool. just looking down market street with the people it was great. >> it was great and the weather was perfect. for the next few days, seasonal daytime highs with morning clouds and then that afternoon sunshine. temperatures right now in the 50s. here is a live look with the san jose camera. as we go through the day, most e we fthis time of year. 70s in oakland and mid-60s in san francisco as well as re


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