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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, september 15th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." defying new end sanctions. north korea firing another missile despite warnings from japan. they're in limbo as democrats and republicans are looking at whether a deal has been struck on the so-called d.r.e.a.m.ers. and a no-show at harvard. >> i'm very sorry to have to announce the cia director will
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not be speaking here tonight. >> protests over a designated chelsea manning forces the school to withdraw her invitation. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york, u i'm anne-marie green. we begin with the latest act of defiance by north korea. for the second time in less than a month, it fired an intermediate-range missile over japan. it passed over the japanese island of hokkaido. it traveled about 2,300 miles and landed in the pacific ocean. hena doba is here with the details. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. meanwhile the u.n. will hold an emergency meeting today to discuss what more it can do to curb pyongyang's pursuit of nuclear weapons.
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[ siren ] >> that's a nice wakeup call. my phone translated it as a north korean missile launch. >> that's the warning everybody got after a missile passed over the japanese island and landed in the pacific ocean. it's the second time they've fired a missile in the last few weeks over japan. president trump was asked about north korea on "air force one." >> we're working on things. i can't tell you what i'm working on, but believe me, the people will be very, very sad. >> japanese president shinzo abe called on north korea and said it's threatening the world with world peace. this latest move by the north is the first since u.n. sanctions were passed earlier this week.
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>> north korea doesn't seem to be deterred or restraining its activities and provocations in any way. >> in a statement u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson responded. china and russia must indicate their intolerance for these reckless missile launches by taking direct actions of their own. >> and u.s. defense secretary james mattis responded. he said, quote, i don't want to talk on that yet. anne-marie. >> hena doba here in new york. thank you so much, hena. as the cleanup and recovery from hurricane irma gets under way, the death toll continues to climb. at least 82 people were killed in the caribbean and the u.s. more than a third were in florida. president trump and first lady melania visited naples yesterday. they handed out food and water and toured the damage by air. the president praised governor
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rick scott and first responders. >> thousands and thuses of people may have had their lives ended and the number is a very small number, which is a great tribute to you. >> last night president trump and his wife paid tribute at the white house. florida is cutting off funds. the governor announced last night that he had directed the agency for health care determination to terminate the hollywood nursing home as a medicaid provider. a criminal investigation is now under way. and questions remain about whether a deal has been struck between president trump and the dem contracts on daca. republican lawmakers insist there's no agreement. at issue, legal protection for 800,000 undocumented immigrants brought to the u.s. as children. weijia jiang has more.
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>> reporter: two different narratives have emerge about wednesday night's dinner conversation at the white house between president trump and democratic leaders over a solution for daca recipients. >> we had an agreement to move forward. >> first off, there's no agreement. >> reporter: president trump set the record straight after returning to the white house from florida. >> we're working on a deal for daca but a lot has to do with security. we want a lot of security at the border. >> that includes the controversy over the border wall. >> we're not for the wall. we'll never be for the wall. he insists it's not going anywhere. >> daca now and the wall very soon. but the wall will han. >> reporter: a super pac was sent out in an e-mail a asking supporters to sign a petition. they're building samples of a wall and choosing which one is
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best and warning the democrats. congress has six months to work out a deal. weijia jiang, cbs news, the white house. a training exercise at an army base killed a special operations soldier and injured others. it took place yesterday at ft. bragg, north carolina. a sergeant died during the exercise. the army is investigating and it comes just a day after 15 marines were hurt in a fire while training at camp pendleton in north carolina. the family of a-year-old boy accused of shooting four classmates at a washington state high school offered sympathy and condolences to the community. mireya villarreal have more on the shooting.
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>> are you playing halo? i just planned your murder. >> reporter: this video of the suspected shooter shows the high school sophomore role playing with play guns. a newly released affidavit caleb told detectives he came to school to teach everyone a lesson about what happens when you bully others. he's been seeing a counselor over suicide ideations. sharp's first shots came from a rifle that jammed up. his second weapon, a handgun, was used to shoot fellow sophomore sam strahan who was attempting to intervene. at one point he said, i always knew you were going to shoot up the school. he shot him in the stomach and face, killing him. the janitor has stepped in to
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stop the shooter. >> why did he step in? he put his life on the line. >> those are rare people. if you ask him, i bet he can't tell you. you do what you've got do. joe confronted him, ordered him to the ground, and then held him there. >> reporter: according to an affidavit friends said caleb makes improvised explosive devices out of various chemicals and white gas and showed him how to make an ied. >> does it surprise you? >> not at all. this is a situation that plays out in our society way too often. >> reporter: the sheriff is planning to charge the shooter as an adult even though he's 15 years old. the charges include premeditated murder with his arraignment set for later this month. the cia director canceled his appearance at harvard to protest the school's decision to make chelsea manning a visiting
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fellow. mike pompeo called manning an american traitor. manning served seven years in prison about for giving away classifi classifi classified documents to leeky. yesterday harvard with drew. the dean of the kennedy school issued the stamtd overnight. i now think designating chelsea manning as a visiting fellow was a mistake, for which i sep responsibility. manning was one of four visiting fellows announced wednesday. several people were arrested and a woman was injured during protests last night at the university of california berkeley. security was tight as hundreds demonstrated against ben shapiro who spoke at the school. witnesses say a woman holds a pro-shapiro sign was punched after someone in the crowd took
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away a sign she was holding. coming up on the "morning news," defending his response. president trump once again blames both sides in last month's violence in charlottesville. and a woman who donated her kidney to singer salina gomez breaks her silence. this is the "cbs morning news." . with continued use twice a day, every day, one drop at a time. restasis multidose™ helps increase your eyes' natural ability to produce tears, which may be reduced by inflammation due to chronic dry eye. restasis multidose™ did not increase tear production in patients using anti-inflammatory eye drops or tear duct plugs. to help avoid eye injury and contamination, do not touch the bottle tip to your eye or other surfaces. wait 15 minutes after use before inserting contact lenses. the most common side effect is a temporary burning sensation. your eyes. your tears. ask your eye doctor about restasis multidose™.
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don champion reports from houston. >> reporter: two weeks after hurricane harvey, debris piles now line the streets of many houston neighborhoods. this one is from nancy sue bammel's home of more than 35 years. >> it's unbelievable. i just -- you know, it doesn't look the same. it's not home. >> reporter: the last time she saw her house, she was fleeing rising floodwater from a controlled release from the addiction reservoir. >> for the first two days her son's company stripped her home down to its studs. fema has paid $11 billion to homeowners in this part of texas alone. those who did not have flood insurance will need grants or loans to rebuild. >> every school has problems.
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>> reporter: still most houston students went back to school this week. only a handful of campuses have yet to open and those students will temporarily relocate to facilities. nancy suh bammels is ticking stock of what she can take and what she cannot. >> well, there's no noise, nothing. >> reporter: across southeastern texas it will take strength and time to emerge from harvey's havoc. don champion, cbs news, houston. well, coming up on "cbs this morning," we will take you to islamorada, florida, which was heavily battled by hurricane irma and show you the massive cleanup. plus -- >> reporter: their sons made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. now this gold starr mother and father are crossing it to raise awareness for families just like
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theirs. coming up on "cbs this morning" we'll take you on this inspirational bike path and share their journey. coming oup on the "cbs this morning" tom brady will take norah o'donnell inside his sports center. that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday morning. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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breaking news overnight, a knock on the door then an outburst of gunfire. now, two women are in the hospital, as police hunt for the gunmen. we're live this morning with more on this frightening encounter. >> a serial flasher on the run the popular shopping spot where this man keeps exposing himself to women. and escalating war of words in a local football team caught in the middle of the mess. why the team says they're being forced to practice in the dark. what's being done about it. well today is friday, september 15, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm jan carabeo, rahel hell solomon has the day off. we are here with weather with katie and traffic with meisha. >> it is friday. so excited. >> i'm so happy. i woke up,


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