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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, october 9th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." president trump spent his weekend squabbling with a senator. now the republican lawmaker says the president is putting the u.s. on a path to world war 3, and as more victims speak out, harvey weinstein is fire following allegations of decades of harassment. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom and cbs news headquarters in new york. i'm brook silva-braga in for anne-marie green. we begin with breaking news
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in napa county, california. a blaze grew quickly to 200 acres near the silverado gulf club. that's the site of the pga golf tournament. it's quickly moving along an area known as the silverado trail filled with homes and wineries. now to the escalating war of words between president trum and a prominent member of his own party, senator bob corker of tennessee. it's an unusual out-in-the-open political spat and could threaten mr. trump's legislative agenda. he said he treats his office like a reality show and could set the u.s. on the path to world war 3. he begged him for an endorsement and blamed corker for the horrendous iran deal. corker tweeted it's a shame the
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white house has become an adult day care center. corker announced last month he will not seek re-election and last week he was asked about reported tension between the president and secretary of state tillerson. >> secretary tillerson, mattis, and chief of staff kelly are those people that help separate our country from chaos. >> back in august corker said the president is not able to demonstrate the stability nor confidence he needs in order to be successful. president trump is calling for hard-line policies to be enacted. last night he outlined his plan to protect the young immigrants known as d.r.e.a.m.ers and build a wall along the southern border, crack down on unaccompanied minors copping into the country, and overhaul the green card system.
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vice president mike pence walk out of an nfl game when some players took a knee this morning. some are asking if this was all a setup planned in advance. >> reporter: vice president mike pence began tweeting sunday with a photo of him and his wife karen in the game between the snap colts and san francisco 49ers. when the "national anthem" played and several 49ers kneeled, pence announced on twitter left the stadium saying e will not attend any event that disrespects our soldiers, our flag, or the "national anthem." president trump supported the move. he tweeted i asked vice president pence to leave the stadium if any player disrespected our flag. i am proud of him. pence's walkout looked like a p.r. stunt. >> he knew our players had protested and he knew we would
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probably do it again. >> reporter: they're the former players of colin kaepernick. the protest started spreading to other teams and player as and last month president trump called on the nfl to ban them. >> would about you love to see one of these nfl owners when somebody disrespects our flag, get that son of a [ bleep ] off the field right now, he's fired. >> reporter: his comments sparked more protests with some players kneeling, linking their arms or raising their fists. here in new england dozens of patriots burned their new england patriots jerseys. >> it's sending a message. it will not be tolerated. >> reporter: on sunday some teams including the indianapolis colts continued to lock arms in a sign of solidarity.
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roxana saberi, cbs news, new york. harvey weinstein was fired. he was out last night in light of new information of misconduct. they rote he had previously taken an indefinite leave of absence following a "new york times" report following eight settlements of sexual harassment allegations. paddock's motive still remains unclear. last night the marquees went dark for ten minutes at the time of the shooting last sunday. parishioners at churches across las vegas came together hoping to heal from last week's terror, but for sara rueter, the wound is still raw. >> i don't know about you. but i feel like i was kicked in
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the gut. >> the man said he was counseling people all week. some are fighting survivor's guilt. >> i've heard a half a dozen times, i should have done more, i could have done more. i remind people start doing what you can now. >> last weekend's shooting left 58 people dead and more than 500 people injured. country star jason aldean opened up "saturday night live" by p paying tribute to the victims. he was on stage. >> like everyone i'm struggling to understand what happened that night and how to pick up the pieces and start to heal. >> reporter: investigators are also still struggling to figure out the motive for the shooting. in an interview airing on "60 minutes" three police officers who stormed stephen paddock's
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man dough bei bei hotel room tell bill whitaker they found a handwritten note in paddock's room. >> i had seen on it he had written the distance, elevation, the drop of what his bullet was going to be for the crowd. so he had had that written down and figured out so he would know where to shoot to hit his targets from there. >> while investigators are still trying to determine a motive, law enforcement officials are starting to return belongings to victims. they have 7,000 items in trucks and are processing everything before they can be returned. overseas the battle of the city of raqqah continues. holly williams has our report. >> reporter: the u.s.-backed syrian militia group that is leading the fight on the ground in raqqah says victory is just
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days away. isis is thought to have around 255 left in the city and they're holed up in just a handful of buildings including the city's main hospital and a sports stadium. we just spent two days with those fighters. a u.s. special operations commander here in syria told us that around 2,000 civilians are still trapped in the city. they are unable to escape the small area still controlled by isis gunmen. now, raqqah was a place where isis revelled in its own brutality, kaishing out public bee headings, and revealing its leaders to be bloodthirsty killers. the loss of raqqah is obviously symbolic because it was a so-called isis capital, but
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along with the loss of other towns and cities in syria and iraq, it may also weak about the group's ability to carry out terror attacks both in the middle east and elsewhere. holly williams, cbs news in northern syria. this morni troing tropical depression nate is weakening. the storm is losing strength but can still produce heavy rain. nate, the first hung to make landfall in mississippi since katrina caused significant flooding in biloxi as you can see but no injuries related. still to come on the "cbs morning news," battle over the rebuilding of puerto rico. fema and the harsh words from the mayor. this is the "cbs morning news." and save on cuddl duds sheet sets - just $23.99. you'll get kohl's cash too! kohl's.
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those are some of the head lines. the ties to other nations is bearing fruit. more than 20 countries have reduced the diplomatic or business operations of the north korean government. that includes other nations shutting down companies owned by the north korean government and expelling ambassadors. politico reports fema's director fires back. yesterday mayor carmen you lean cruz said requests for power went unanswered. he said he did not have time for political noise and the mayor was filtered out a long time ago. richard spencer is organizing another rally. they carried torches across the university of virginia campus saturday night. a violent rally left one person
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dead. spencer vowed to keep coming back. the "chicago tribune" reports a chicago man being arrested near the airport with a rifle and pressure cooker in his car. he was pulled over for speeding. police downplayed the incident saying traces of food were found in the pressure cooker. the "usa today" reports on columbus day being replaced with indigenous people's day. austin, texas, joined others recognizing every second october as indigenous people's day. dove apologizes for a racially insensitive add-on facebook. you do. but do they need help making more of their own tears? if you have chronic dry eye caused by reduced tear production
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several fed governors speak this week. we get an idea if there's support for another interest hike this year. for the week the dow gained 363 points, s&p gained 30points, and the nasdaq gained. a face shows a black woman taking her shirt off to reveto a white woman, a white woman takes off her shirt in a slightly darker shirt. dove apologized saying it missed the mark for reflecting women of color thoughtfully. today's launch will mark the 42nd flight and the 14th mission this year. the launch in california will attempt to put ten communication satellites into orbit. on wednesday flying a used first stage booster, spacex will attempt to launch another
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here's another look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. big waves surfing legend larry hamilton is hitting the big screen in a documentary. director rory kennedy takes the surfer kennedy through the radical day of his sport. >> reporter: laird hamilton pushes the limits. that's what drew rory kennedy to the story. >> surfing is a really beautiful backdrop for a documentary and the footage is breathtaking in my opinion, but what is the thing that i think captivates the office is laird's personal
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story, his personal drive. >> reporter: the sunning worlds knows laird hamilton as a brash innovator. >> i grew up scared. i grew up around beaches that killed people daily. fear is a healthy emotion. it's just what you do with it that separates you from other people. >> reporter: in the film you talk about turbulent times as n your childhood and finding peace in the water. did surfing save you in a way? >> it not only saved me but blessed me with all of the greatest things that i've received in my life. >> reporter: the film includes air kievl video of laird riding 80- to 100-foot waves. >> if we go off and inspire people to make a difference in their world, we've done our job. >> reporter: at age 53 laird has no plans to get off the board. >> it doesn't matter who you are.
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take any person and they'd be like this is the best ever. >> reporter: laird says he will be surfing in some form as long as he's here. meg oliver, cbs news, new york. coming up only on "cbs this morning," monica lewinsky will stop by studio 57. she's going to premiere a video on anti-bullying that's part of a new campaign to stop online harassment. i'm brook silva-braga. this is the "cbs morning news."
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our top stories this morning, fire crews in napa county, california, are battling a dangerous wildfire. it quickly grew to nearly 200 acres near the silverado country club. that's the site of this week's pga tournament. people are being evacuated. high wind gusts are spreading the fire. and war of words between president trump and republican senator bob corker. in an interview yesterday with "the new york times," corker said the president could set the u.s. on the packet to world war 3. earlier sunday he tweeted he begged him for an endorsement. earlier this week a rally took place in barcelona.
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the region in northeast spain is expected to declare independence this week following a vote. seth doane is in barcelona. >> viva! >> reporter: chanting viva espana, thousands are pouring onto the streets. these people are marching here in barcelona in favor of catalonia remaining part of spain. >> we don't agree. we are spanish. we are catalans but also spanish. >> reporter: they call themselves the silent majority but today they were hardly quiet and polls suggest public opinion is split. last week 43% of eligible voter here's cast their ballots, an overwhelming 93% favoring inpen
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pence. spanish police smashed their way into polling places confiscating ballot boxes and removing voter, some by the hair. >> if they're so sure that they're the majority. >> liz castro is an american and resident of barcelona and volunteers with grassroots group pushing for independence. >> i call this spain. >> yes, i don't. there's a different culture, different language, different foods, different customs. >> reporter: plus catalonia is well off and contributes to 20% of gdp. >> americans in 1776 felt like britons weren't listens to them. >> reporter: they said any declaration of independence here would be unconstitutional. seth doane, cbs news, barcelona. coming up only on "cbs this
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morning," monica lewinsky stops by studio 57 to premiere a video on anti-bullying. it's part of new campaign to stop online harassment. plus mo rocca is stopping by looking at a city clooking to become the cleanest city on the planet. we'll show you how planners and city architects are making that happen. and author ron chernow who road the biography that prompted the musical "hamilton" will be with us. i'm brook silva-braga. enjoy the holiday if you have it. -- captions by vitac --
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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. he's in for the touchdown. he rolls backward. >> another awesome monday morning as eagles fans are once again waking up winners neck year how head coach doug pederson thinks how high the birds can fly. >> also, grab the umbrella you'll need it. just how much rain to expect, as you send the kids to the bus stop. >> the philadelphia firefighters hospitalized after battling a blaze, we will tell you where the intense flames broke out, how the firefighter is doing right now. well, today is monday being october the ninth, we've got the suit on, good morning, everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> you know it will be a good morning if he has that on. i'm rahel


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