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? it's tuesday, october 4th, 2016, this is "cbs morning news." hurricane matthew is bearing down life-threatening rain and wind. and this morning, preparations are under way here in the u.s. as the storm strengthens. donald trump's tax records continues to take center stage in the race to the white house, but tonight, the vice presidential candidates face off to heir running mates. mike defense and tim kaine squaring over in their only
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that's not stopping drivers. now police departments are getting creative to catch getting creative to catch drivers in the act. captioning funded by cbs good morning from the cbs news news rude at studio 57, here in new york, good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the national hurricane center says the threat to the southeastern part of the united states to hurricane matthew has increased. the storm is surging through the over or near the island of haiti. matthew is headed north with life-threatening wind, rain and surges, with winds of 145 miles per hour. hurricane warnings are in effect for haiti, cuba and the bahamas. haiti to get up to 40 inches of rain. pounding flash floods, mudslides and storm surges are possible. the blunt of the storm is set to
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winds, the makeup took a hit. schools have been closed indefinitely, some turned into shelters. this is matthew as seen from the national space station. the governors of north carolina and florida have declared states of emergency. later told, it is likely a hurricane watch will be issued for florida's atlantic coast. and now to the latest political storm, hillary clinton and donald trump going at it following a report that trump may have avoided paying taxes for trump says he brilliantly took advantage of tax fraud. tonight, the focus is on the running mates. the first and only vice presidential debate. craig boss well, good morning. >> reporter: tim kaine and mike pensz not only have to introduce
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their running mates. mike pence took aim at hillary clinton's record as secretary of state in a complain event in virginia. >> our allies are less secure and our enemies are more emboldened and that all changes the day that donald trump becomes president. >> reporter: >> reporter: both nominees are expected to go to great lengths defending thei r >> given some of the controversy in the newspapers recently about trump's tax returns and other issues that he's raised regarding the past public lives of various public people in public lives, i think mike pence has a tougher job in terms of making up for lost ground. >> reporter: pence also with controversy last night. >> we can parse that, you with me? he tweeted this. then they turn on the television
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trump is still standing stronger than ever before and fighting for the american people. >> reporter: tonight's vice presidential showdown here in farmville comes a little bit after the week of the first presidential debate. since that poll taken since the debate, clinton has a 4% lead on the republican rival. >> just got to be myself. >> reporter: clinton and trump meet for their second in missouri. the state from tonight's vice presidential debate is different from the first debate. tonight, the candidates will be sitting at the same table as opposed to standing at different podiums. and, anne-marie, the first question goes to tim kaine. the trump campaign says it will cooperate with the new york state secretary-general who
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state. a trump spokesman said the issue may have been set for political reasons. cbs news political director john dickerson said controversy like those over his tax returns does not help trump. >> this is a distraction for donald trump at a time when he really can't afford it. on any given day, a campaign wants to be driving the news, not reacting to it. today, donald trump is reacting to it again. he's been doing that for about a week. when a campaign is reacting, it's not to go court the new voters. they think he's too risky. but it also puts the campaign on the defensive which risks lashing out or reckless acts which are an attempt to change the story, but sometimes, just to prolong it. and this saul happening with about a month to go in the race. and dates are more precious as if this happened in august. finally, donald trump has other stuff on his plate, namely, he
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debate coming up. coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll talk about latest polls with clinton campaign manager robby mook and trump manager kellyanne conway. the u.s. has done all it can to destroy the atmosphere. that's a reaction with talks with russia on implementing a cease-fire deal in syria. the talks collapsed following syria's stepped-up offensive supported by syria against reblreblg rebel-held areas. the los angeles police chief defended the fatal shooting of 18-year-old carnell snell. last night, several dozen demonstrators protested the police action and march through the streets of south los angeles. police say snell pulled a gun following a chase saturday and
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has forced the evacuation of a small colorado community. beulah is located south of colorado springs. more than 500 buildings were evacuated there. the fire is spreading in two directions and spreading to at least 3,000 acres. several buildings have been destroyed. no injuries have been reported, though. president obama says it's a race against time to combat climate change. yesterday at the white house, the president teamed actor leonardo dicaprio to make the case. dicaprio said the dangers are clear and disputable. >> if you do not believe in climate change, you do not believe in facts or in science or empirical truth and therefore, in my opinion, should not be allowed to hold public office. >> that was a dig to donald
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texting and driving is illegal in 40 states. kris van cleave has our report. >> reporter: brandy hayes doesn't know it yet but she's about to get a ticket. >> ticket on my right. >> reporter: lieutenant kerry hopkins spotted her from up high, riding shotgun in the tennessee highway patrol semi. he radios another trooper to pull hayes over. people know they shouldn't be texting while kind of thinking about it, right? >> people are holding the phone down and that's even more dangerous. >> reporter: in the time it takes a driver to look down and send a text, a vehicle can travel the distance of a football field. >> you always think you're above it. >> reporter: but those accidents are rising, fatal crashes jumped
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texters are getting creative. >> she's texting. >> reporter: even though the signs warn they're looking for cell phone violators, drivers don't see them and they're pulled over by motorcycle cops nearby. in moscow, idaho, they use a yellow school bus. in west water, massachusetts they're using bicycle >> today, some are stopped in the city 100 times. >> reporter: sending the message the old-fashioned way with a $100 ticket. >> you'll have to pay $100 so don't look at your phone. >> reporter: the national highway safety commission stilted 1.6 million accidents last year. that's nearly a quarter of all accidents.
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rezaian said he was physically tortured there. says track problems have been ruled out as part of the train crash. a woman was killed and more than 100 people were hurt in the crash last week at the terminal in hoboken, new jersey. >> the atlanta journal constitution reports the firing of an educator who called michelle obama a gorilla in a the school who employs her in georgia said it would not tolerate racism. the same principal suspended a high school educator about racial comments. and the columbus dispatch reports ohio judge asks to okay drugs. most companies have stop making or providing drugs tour executions. ohio's last execution was in-n
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nasdaq down 11. the state of illinois suspended $30 billion in investment activity with the bank for a year. wells fargo served as a broker dealer for state investments and the move is likely to cost the bank millions. california made a similar move last week. bass pro the outdoor retailer is buying rival cabelas for $4.5 billion. the two companies are their giant destination superstores. it's not clear how many jobs will be lost in cabela's home state of nebraska where cabela's employs about 2,000 people. google holds its hardware today. the voice assisted programs. the phone comes in two sizes with different backs. google is also expected to
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we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too. please join me in voting no on question 2. joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around
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well, british researchers are raising hopes for the 37 million people worldwide who have the virus that causes aids. details from sky news. >> reporter: joe josh contracted hiv in 200. he said being diagnosed was heartbreaking. >> it was awful. i would like to say, oh, i isn't true. i was isn't a state of shock. i couldn't believe it. >> reporter: the treatment today has come a long ways but despite major medical advances there is still no cure. now, that could be about to change. for decades the use of anti-viral therapy has fallen short of ridding patients of hiv as the virus can hide out of the drug's reach in the t-cell. researchers have tried a
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in the first two months on the beyond the scale than on our previous program. join for free and lose 10 lbs on us. joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games instead of making new hampshire safer. when she has the chance to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped.
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narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. well, hollywood is celebrating an unlikely test champion. jericka duncan has her story. >> reporter: 20 theona mctessy discovered a new wf though dreams started here in one of the largest slums in new agenda, katwe helped to sell corn to help her family survive. >> i dropped out of school at 6. >> reporter: you dropped out of school at 6. >> yeah, my mom had no money. >> reporter: when she was 9, she stumbled upon a chess program.
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interested her. so, you were going back to play because you needed food. >> yeah. >> reporter: but things began to change when matessy met robert. she started the game as to empower children. he signed her up tour tournaments she began winning. and by 14, she competed inhe adults, achieving status as an expert player. matessy's journey now a movie. >> she won. >> reporter: disney "queen of katwe." what do you have for young
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>> hope wins. >> reporter: hope wins? >> yeah, wake up and do something. >> reporter: spoken like a winner who says she never loses. she just learns. jericka duncan, cbs news, new york. >> pretty amazing story. here's another look at this morning ease top story. matthew, dangerous category 4 hurricane, 145-mile-per-hour winds is battering haiti this morning. there is a risk of life-threatening rain and storm surge. the storm is moving north and may pose a threat to the southeastern soft coast of the united states. tonight is the only debate of the vice presidential nominees. tim kaine and mike pence will face off in virginia. a new poll shows hillary clinton holding a 4 percentage point lead nationally over donald trump. they debate for the second time sunday in missouri. and coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a preview of tonight's
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nation" moderator john dickerson. plus, we'll hear from a whistle blower in the wells fargo controversy. and the potato whisper. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching.
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bankrolling question twoterests are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
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breaking news right now at 4:30, a major water main break. how it's impacting the morning commute. >> a warning for local college students over night. the incident near campus that has police stepping up patrols. >> a clown scare forcing an ua college. >> live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news this morning. good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us. i'm kate merrill. >> i'm chis mckinnon. it's october 4th. it's tuesday. let's check in with danielle niles. good morning. >> good morning. we're talking about fairy quiet here at home. temperatures in the 50s out the door. similar to with we were at this time yesterday.


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