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? it's tuesday, september 20th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." ahmad khan ra haimmy suspected of bombings. outrage after tulsa police admit a man shot to death last friday was unarmed. >> we as a people deserve better. and a united nations aid convoy carrying supplies to syrian rebels is the target of an air strike. it's reported that at least 12 were killed. were killed. ?
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom and cbs news headquarters in new york. it's good to be with you. i'm meg oliver in for anne-marie green. investigators want to know why a naturalized system from afghanistan turned to making bombs, ahmad khan rahami was charged with five counts of a teamed murder with police officers. police say they have directly linked him to the bombing in new york and new jersey and they learned he made several trips to pakistan and afghanistan. hena daniels is in the neighborhood that was hit by one of the blasts, hena, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, meg, rahami was taken ainto custody after a violent confrontation yesterday. here in chelsea, people are being allowed to go back home, but this is where the blast went
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that has left so many here feeling unsettled. ahmad khan rahami is in custody facing five counts of attempted murder of police officers and the cell phone video shows the 24-year-old handcuffed and laying on the ground yesterday. president obama who is in new york for the u.n. general assembly praised the officers who risked their lives for taking him down. >> just one more extraordinary skill and sacrifice and courage of our law enforcement officers. and what they put on the line every single day to make sure that we are safe. >> reporter: authorities say they've directly linked rahami to saturday's explosions in both new york city and new jersey. and connected him to five more bombs found sunday night near a new jersey train station. they're also looking into whether he had any ties to terror groups.
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afghanistan at least three times in the last three years. he also visited pakistan. as the investigation continues to unfold people who live here along the street where the bomb went off are returning home. and businesses are back open once again. >> all we can do is be viging lent and clean up the mess. >> it's not a block you that would consider as a target. it's not times square, or world station so it is very strange that it happened here. >> reporter: officials say there's no indication of an extremist cell operating in the area and believe rahami operated alone. rahami and his family operated a fried chicken stand in the city and believe they had a clash with the city. investigators are breaking down how the bops used in the new york and new jersey attacks
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bomb components are not only legal they are be commonly found in hardware or sporting goods stores. >> reporter: seniorses tell cbs news that the pressure cooker device that exploded in manhattan contained residue of a material made up of ammonium nitrate and powder. former agent gomez. >> it's very crude device put together with devices whether ball bearings, nails, screws, et detonation that could obviously hurt kill many people. >> reporter: gomez said the bombs were similar to those used in the boston marathon attack. but a former fbi bomb specialist told cbs the use of them has ramped up substantially in the u.s. directions to make them can be found on the internet. those devices use hard to trace easily obtained explosives packed into cheap containers. all that's require is an
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phone to set them off. >> in this case, it was an olds-passioned type of flip cell phone. that the caller simply calls. it sends an electric shock through the wires explodes the pressure cooker. >> reporter: one other thing about those pressure cooker bombs that experts say they've seen used in other expert bomb 70s, the use of common everyday christmas lights as fuses within those homemade devices. anna werner, cbs news, new york. >> the major president cal candidates pivoted from claiming the attacks to blaming their opponents for them. hillary clinton said donald trump's harsh anti-islam comments make the problem worse. >> we know that donald trump's comments have been used online for recruitment of terrorists.
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it a very clear point when he said donald trump is being used as a recruiting sergeant for the terrorists. >> but trump said clinton failed for years to clearly link islam with terrorism. >> just remember, doing it for many, many years, and now she's saying what she's going to do. she very much caused the problem when you think about it. because of her ineffectiveness caused t wants to be president. i don't think so. >> the first debate between clinton and trump is set for next monday on long island. coming up on "cbs this morning," more on the bombing investigation. we'll speak with former homeland security adviser fran townsend. authorities say a stabbing attack at a minnesota mall is being investigated as a potential act of terrorism. the attacker was a nal tralized
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came to america as an infant. he injured ten people saturday before he was shot and killed by an off duty police officer. the officer is being praised as a hero. >> the officer fired. he went down. he came back down again. he fired again. three times this took place before the officer actually had the blow that kept him out. >> the attacker's family expressed condolences to the victims and anyone else affected by the rampage. joel recordings are fuelling outrage about the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man by tulsa police. the story from manuel bojorquez. >> reporter: the newly released dash cam video shows 40-year-old terrence clutcher with his hands in the air walking to his vehicle surrounded by police officers. at the car, he suddenly goes down to the ground. tulsa police say he was tasered
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another view from the police helicopter shows the incident. >> police say they were responding to a stalled vehicle in the road. over the veekdz as officers approached the vehicle, clutcher was asked to show his hands and refused to follow commands. tulsa's police chief chuck gordon. >> there were no guns on the suspect or in the suspect's vehicle. >> reporter: betty shelby fired the shot is that killed clutcher and has been placed on paid leave. for the answers and we clearly got it through the video. and we're truly devastate >> reporter: tiffany crutcher is terrence crutcher's city. >> we're demanding immediately that charges are pressed against this officer. that was incompetent. that took my brother's life. >> reporter: the department of justice has announced that it is opening its own civil rights
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manuel bojorquez, cbs news, tulsa, oklahoma. an aid convoy was hit by an air strike in syria. >> the u.n. convoy carrying food for war victims was bombed yesterday. 12 humanitarian workers were reportedly killed. they were either syrian or with russia on the cease-fire. the attack comes just two days after they mistakenly attacked syrian troops. president obama and 135 heads of state and government. and more than 50 ministers are gathered in new york for the annual meeting. also on the agenda stopping attacks by isis and stemming the refugee crisis.
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new jersey governor chris christie knew all along about a political vendetta staged. the trial by two former christie allies started yesterday in newark. christie has denied for years that he knew about it. prosecutors say the aides intentionally snarled traffic at the george washington bridge to get back at a may who opposed christie. coming up on the "morning news," slipping through the cracks. we'll tell you how hundreds of immigrantse citizenship by mistake. this is the "cbs morning news." . but what if you could turn things around? what if you could... love your numbers? discover once-daily invokana?. it's the #1 prescribed sglt2 inhibitor that works to lower a1c. a pill taken just once in the morning, invokana? is used along with diet and exercise
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the federal government is getting rules ready for driverless cars. automakers are being a 15-point check list for developing driverless vehicles. >> the markers are lane. we're simultaneously allows innovation to happen and introducing and raising the level of safety on these vehicles. >> drivers are usually certified by the state but federal make the fruls the driver is a robot. more details will be announced during these conferences today. the ceo of wells fargo will be questioned today on capitol hill, john stumpf is expected to apologize to customers and congress for the scandal at the bank. regulators say wells fargo workers created millions of phony accounts to meet sales goal. the bank plans to ease those targets while being fined $180
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number of gas stations in the southeast because of a pipeline leak, and some stations that do have fuel are raising the prices. drivers in georgia, tennessee and north carolina are complaining the pipeline companies built a bypass around the leak. at least 250,000 gallons were spilled since is that leak 11 days ago. seattle leaders want to take the guesswork out of work schedules for retail and food services employees. new rules would require that businesses sed advance and compensate workers for last minute changes. it was among the leaders with a move towards a $15 minimum hourly wage. and go-pro is now many offering a way to take its action cameras overhead. the company yesterday unveiled its karma drone. it can be folded in a backpack. $999. go-pro also released two new camera models.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. here's another look at this morning's top story. investigators are trying to determine if bombing suspect ahmad khan rahami had connections with international militants. he was wounded in a shoot-out during his capture yesterday in new jersey. rahami faces five counts of attempted murder against officers. police say they've directly connected him to the new york and new jersey bombings. there are more calls for an
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13-year-old tyree king by police. more than 100 people gathered monday for a peaceful protest on the steps of columbus city hall. they're asking for change in the way the encounters are handled. king was shot several times last week after reportedly reaching for a bb gun during a robbery investigation. north carolina's governor has dropped a lawsuit asking a federal court to uphold the state's so-called governor pat mccrory cites substantial cost by the state as one reason for reversing his decision. some entertainers and businesses including ncaa have pulled their events out of the state since the law has passed. the law restricts transgender bathroom access. a south carolina woman is 110 years young. helen white had a spring in her step as she celebrated her birthday at her home sunday.
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tomorrow. she credits her longevity to the power of positive thinking. coming up after your local news on "cbs morning news" actor scott bakula and ncic new orlea orleans. night we got a new family member and she got a nutritious meal of purina cat chow complete high quality protein. now our family is complete. purina cat chow complete. attention! did you or anyone in your household work around asbestos-containing gaskets, packing, or equipment? if you or a loved one have an asbestos-related disease, you may have a right to vote on a plan to reorganize and pay claims in the garlock/coltec bankruptcy. garlock's and coltec's products were used in industrial and maritime settings, including where steam,
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a tiny mammoth skull is raising big questions. the 13,000-year-old fossil was just excavated off the coast of scientists are sure what the species is. they say the skull is who small to belong to the 15-foot mammoth that roamed north carolina years ago. but it's also too large to belong to the pigmi mammoth that evolved. a new documentary takes you on tour with the legendary band the beatles. anthony mason as an inside look. >> here are the beatles! ? it's been a hard day's night ?
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to 56,000 fans at shea stadium. >> when we send up at shea, because that was the biggest thing we'd ever done. it was like what. ? >> reporter: the new documentary "eight days a week: the touring years" follows the beatles on the road from 1963 to '66. ? >> the thing about the beatles, we were a g >> reporter: the two surviving beatles paul and ringo talked about those days at abbey road studios in london last week. >> we didn't have time for anything, you know. >> we just went on with what we had. >> it was constant. it was just like ? she loves ? -- ahh. after a while, i couldn't hear you. >> you couldn't hear.
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. planting bombs in new york and new jersey, was he inspired by the marathon bombers. we'll have the late. >> host: we're also following developing news this morning. the threat against school buses in a local town. what's students this morning. . good tuesday morning, everybody. thanks for waking up with us. >> it is tuesday, september 20th. let's check in with danielle niles. >> it's rained out for most of us. there's still some areas of showers over cape cod.

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