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captioning funded by cbs it is wednesday, august 17th, 2016. this is the "cbs this morning" news. breaking overnight. a attorney california wildfire explodes forcing more than 80,000 people to flee their homes. and the investigation into a wildfire in the northern part of the state continues. official revealing the accused arsonist once worked on the front lines of fires as a state inmate. intense flooding continues to devastate louisiana, while some escape the rising water, spreading across the state. others are heading home to survey the damage. >> it's me.
everybody talks about you're going to pivot. >> despite poll numbers trump says he is staying true to himself but overnight, a shake-up at the top of his campaign. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs headquarters in new york, good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. there is a new fast moving wildfire burning near los angeles this morning that has already destroyed homes. these are the three biggest fires burning this morning. the blue cut, clayton, and chimney fires. the newest is the explosive bluecut fire and it's burned 1,000 acres so far and that is after sparking late yesterday morning east of los angeles. the fire is forcing more than 82,000 people from their homes and more than 34,000 homes are in danger. erika knockland of cbs station res.
through parts of san bernardino county overnight scorching acres of land' reducing structures to rubble. the fire crews reached into the night to keep the blaze from reaching more homes and ordering residents to evacuate immediately. >> this fire is aggressive and we are seeing erratic fire behavior. get out so we can focus on this fire verse rescuing citizens. >> reporter: the bluecut fire ignited tuesday morning. despite efforts to contain the blaze from the air and ground, the fire expanded in size and in intensity in a matter of hours. as night fell, the historic summit inn, a popular diner, was among structures that burned to the ground. along highway 138 you can see home after home charged their foundation on. laura anderson is still unsure if her home is still standing. >> you can imagine, terror and sadness and concern. >> reporter: the fire caused traffic backups
area's main highway was shut down. many drivers were left sweatering in their cars in triple digit tents. >> very little food and no water. i don't know how long we can go on. >> reporter: hot and dry california has been plagued by wildfires for months. firefighters are hoping lighter winds and cooler temperatures can help them get the fire under control republican pashilk is expected in court today. he is charged with 17 counts of arson and is suspected of setting more several fires over the past year. officials told the "los angeles times" he worked as an inmate firefighter while serving a prison sentence several years ago. the clayton fire destroyed 175 homes and buildings and this morning, it is 35% contained. some louisiana parishes suffering from the historic flooding are under a
because of scarrttered looting. first responders rescued 3,000,000 people and 1,000 pets and 20 on parishes have been declared major disaster areas. >> reporter: the historic flooding continues to spread throughout the state. nearly 90% of the homes in denim springs suffered flood damage. as the water flows downstream, towns are being submerged. volunteers and rescue teams are still looking for stranded residents. >> this is our low spot on this street. >> reporter: tonya whitney's street was completely flooded. >> very long road ahead. we just try to do the best we can do. a lot of the local people, you know, we band together and we try
because we are all in the same boat. >> reporter: even though the storm wasn't a hurricane, louisiana governor john bel edwards has said it's been a challenge. >> we asked people to evacuate as soon as we knew that we were going to see record levels of water. >> reporter: did you relate by that? >> you can't give the warning before you have it. so, you know, obviously lessons we are learning and i won't say it's mistake-free but we issued a state of imagine in the entire state and i think in a timely fashion. >> reporter: on sunday, adam albright and his families were rescued from the rising floodwaters in baton rouge. today, the father of two is cleaning out his flood-damaged home. >> i knew it was affecting a lot of people out there but i didn't think it was going to hit us, you know? >> reporter: omar villafranca, cbs news. hillary clinton talks today about tax fairness. at a stop
while donald trump receives his first classified intelligence briefing. this morning, "wall street journal" reports on an overhaul of trump's campaign team. the nominee is moving two people into ptop positions as his poll numbers slide. paul manafort still remains his campaign chairman. craig boswell reports on both campaigns. >> reporter: donald trump insisted to wisconsin voters he is the law and order candidate after days of unrest following a police shooting of an armed black man in milwaukee. >> crime and violence is an attack on the poor and will never be accepted in a trump administration. >> reporter: although the latest wisconsin poll shows the billionaire trailing hillary clinton by 15 points, trump says he sees no rb to change his style. >> i don't want to change. you start pivoting, you're not being honest with people. >> reporter: clontinton camne
in philadelphia where she avoided questions about her private e-mail server. some want to know why clinton did not face criminal charges. on monday they sent a letter to the dcs attorney calling what they call purgery and false statements made by clinton. the fbi released notes from its interview to clinton to congress on tuesday with the expectation it will not be disseminated or disclosed. clinton's campaign said it would rather see the report released to the public than to partisan lawmakers saying this is an extraordinarily rare step that was sought solely by republicans for the purpose of further second-guessing the career professions at the fbi. based on the fbi recommendations, the justice department declined to press charges and considers the case closed. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. "the new york times" reports former fox news chairman roger ailes is helping trump prepare for the presidential debates.
claim. ailes was ousted from fox news last month off sexual harassment allegations. friends and family and fans as well are mourning the death of tv host john mclaughlin of the mclaughlin group. >> has the time come for bush to reach for the telephone and say, get me -- >> no. >> and say to john tower, john, your time is coming and interest yourself and the republic? you want to withdraw your nomination? has that time come? >> richard nixon's speech writer pioneered the political talk show. he served as an abrasive conservative commentator while interviewing a panel of jurni s journalists and hosted his show on sunday morning for 34 years. during that 34 years. he only missed one show and that was this past sunday. he was 89. a mystery of heartbreak in rio on
in gymnastics, simone biles captured her fourth gold medal in the games on the floor exercise and five total golds in rio and one bronze, she has the most record of a american gymnast in a single olympics. aly raisman brought the medal count to nine. to the beach now, where the power duo of kerri walsh jennings and april ross were upset in the semifinalses by the brazilians. walsh jennings was handed her first ever loss in the bid to make it four straight gold medals in the event. they play the other team for the bronze later today. the u.s. continues to dominate the medal count with 28 ace pea in gold, silver, and bronze. americans are way out ahead with 84 medals and here is a big reason for the hall grasi i
week's "sports illustrated" is katie ledecky and simone biles xianing for 16 medals. still ahead on the morning news. edge faces backlash over a jolt about usain bolt. and a woman defending her son faces personal troubles. this is the "cbs morning news." but not mine. when you dare to move forward... so much is possible. and what helps me do it? new oikos greek nonfat yogurt. now with all-natural ingredients with vitamin d, 25% less sugar than before and 12 grams of protein to help keep me going. i'm misty copeland. and i am unstoppably myself. be unstoppably you.
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kathy lanier was the district of columbia's first police chief. she will be the head of security. "variety" reports on the answer from ellen degeneres to critics of a jokes she posted on twitter. this is how i'm running my errands from now on. dah jen less left the picture online and says racism is the furtherest thing from who i am. the "chicago tribune" reports that paying four smokers to kick the habit may help them kick the habit of smoking cigarettes. among those who erweren't paid,% quit. mashable" by focusing on the letters that signify blood types. the worldwide campaign calls for a, b, and o to be dropped from famous signs and brand. google, microsoft, and other major firms are taking part.
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here in new york city, the mall at the world trade center is now back open with the opens of revitaling shopping in downtown manhattan. the four block underground mall will host 100 stores and 60 are open now ranging from apple to forever 21 and h&m. three times as many people live in the area since 9/11 and the area is visited by millions of tourists each year. on the cbs "moneywatch," barnes and noble closes the book on its ceo and the "playboy" mansion final find a buyer. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. the markets buled pulled ba back. barnes and noble fired its ceo
the company's board said ronald bower wasn't a good fit and declined to go in detail. he was previously the ceo of sears, the struggling book seller hurt online by amazon is working to cut its business by cutting costs and closing stores. ford says it will have self-driving cars in the next five years. the cars won't have steering wheels or gas pedal. they are designed for ride sharing services. google debuted in awe chatting app. the app named duo is a free service for phones running android and apple. unlike other video chatting appears, due owe sends a photo of who is calling you. it's a feature that google calls knock knock. there is no for sale sign on the famed playboy mansion any more.
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donald trump's presidential campaign. >> metro is adding a real closure to the safe track project already in progress. >> so, the heat is certainly gone but it is not forgotten. it will be a little more bearable at least we think. >> that is interesting news there. hey, allyson. >> good morning. i'm over here. we are talking about becoming a little more manageable. it will be hot out there. you will not want to walk out the door and go oh, here we go again. it's still muggy out there. 81 degrees. when you are at 80s at 4:00 in the morning, it will be a hot day, just not as miserable. no yellow alert for the high heat. it will be warm but not the dangerous level we have been the past few days. 75 is what it feels like in leesburg. it feels like 86 in washington and 78 for walter. we are tracking storms
yesterday as far as showers and thunderstorms are concerned. through the late afternoon, we will track some of the storms. we will have it on futurecast in a bit. ellen, good morning, over to you. two problems in downtown d.c. the first one dealing with a shooting that happened overnight. that has one road closed down, 1400 block of first street where police are investigating this morning. watch out, that block will be shut down. we will let you know when they open it up. yesterday from the transformer fire, we have the l street eastbound lanes between 20th and 17th street is shut down while they fix that. we have another vehicle fire, this one on the beltway, the outer loop american legion bridge. we will get a live look on that. down south, one more problem. we will get to those coming up. mike and jan. police are looking for a couple of suspects after two women and a man got shot before 3:00 this morning. none of the injuries are life threatening according to police. this was first street in soes
light colored buick sedan. the search will resume after daybreak for a man missing in the potomac river. rescuers got the call before 7:00. two men were hiking the billy goat trail when one went swimming. the other called for help when his friend didn't resurface. what holds the universe together? a new study has scientists buzzing over this. they say there may be a 5th force of nature. >> there are four known forces. now a hungarian study points to the possible existence of whatever this is. in science fiction that is called like dark matter, we heard of that. they claim it might be what keeps galaxies like that one and ours in check. >> that's a pretty shot. >> the news
right now. safety concerns prompt metro to make last minute changes. closure on one of the busiest lines coming up this weekend. >> and, good morning, i'm jan jeffcoat. happy hump day. >> hump day. thanks for joining us. i'm mike hydeck. we will check the roads and rails and skies this morning. plenty to talk about. ellen has time saver traffic and allyson rae starts with the forecast. yellow alert today? no yellow alert. if we do later on it could be because of the storms that could interrupt your drive home. the high heat, it's still hot. we are not talking about heat indices at least 105 today. the front is to the west. as we head through the afternoon, we will see showers and storms out there. they will move through during the peak heating hours of th
we will warm up again near 85 degrees by 10:30 in the morning. through today, 91 degrees for most areas. we will be in the mid-90s. this is 4:30 in the afternoon, isolated storms as the sunsets. we will see a few more scattered showers push through. 10:30 tonight, showers moving through the region. we are setting ourselves up for an okay weekend. let's get to the numbers in a bit. >> no weather alert. i should have worn this earlier in the week. one accident in spring field has 644 impacted right now at rolling road there. that is springfield but it's not impacting the beltway or 95 in that area. we talked about the transformer fire yesterday. l street, eastbound lanes, still shut down because of the cleanup there. that is between 20th northwest, 17th northwest and a vehicle fire. live look at it here. outer loop
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