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was streets ahead of its time. charlie london. caiounded bs it's tuesday, october 1st, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." accelerates. president trump's personal attorney rudy giuliani is subpoenaed and now secretary of state mike pompeo is linked to the call that's at the center of the investigation. spy games. a california man is accused of selling secrets to china. an alleged incident was caught on camera. and out of control. an airport vehicle spins round and round near a jetliner. how it was stopped before a disaster.
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. president trump's personal attorney is now facing a battle of his own with a congressional impeachment inquiry. lawmakers have subpoenaed rudy giuliani to hand over documents related to ukraine and this comes as new information emerges about who else was listening to that phone call between president trump and his ukrainian counterpart this summer. laura podesta is in new york. what are we learning about that call right now? >> as you said, anne-marie, we were learning who was listening in. that would be secretary of state mike pompeo. some are saying he should have blown d whistle on the content of that call before the whistle-blower. attorney has been subpoenaed as part of the impeachment inquiry. ay thid aem advance his personal political
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interests by abusing the power of the office of the president in a scheme. they want all documents related to his dealings with ukraine since the president's inauguration. >> i'm weighing the alternatives. i'll kind of like go through it, get all my evidence together, get charts. >> giuliani has admitted to asking ukrainian officials to investigate joe biden and his son hunter over claims of corruption, claims that are unproven. he was mentioned 31 times in president trump's phone call with the ukraine president. >> the call was perfect. when the whistle-blower reported it, he made it sound terrible. >> according to a white house summary of that call, mr. trump repeatedly asked volodymyr zelensky to look into the bidens. cbs news confirms secretary of state mike pompeo was listening in. >> we don't know what he did. >> on "the late show" with
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steven colbert former secretary of state hilary clinton >> he should have been one of the very first people, you know, to say, wait a minute, we've got to clean this up. we can't let this stand. >> mitch mcconnell said if it passes the articles of impeachment, he would hold a trial in the senate. and cbs news has also learned that president trump recently asked the australian prime minister to help attorney general william barr investigate the origins of the russian probe, so this news underscores the extent to the fact fa that mr. trump consumes the investigation and to use the government to investigate what he thinks are its politically motivated origins. c ied to pl cand a u.s. citizen is
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accused of spying for china. the california man was arrested after a sting operation. jeff pegues has the undercover video that led to the lae video shows edward peng, a naturalized u.s. citizen, wrapping $20,000 in cash and taping it under a tv stand in a hotel in columbus, georgia. about three hours later he's back to pick up an sd card containing classified national security information, a double agent working for the fbi had left the card in the drawer before taking the $20,000. the so-called dead drop was one of six that took place between california and georgia. peng was working as a san francisco tour guide for chinese tourists but david andersen said he was actually working for the republic of china. >> pong was a secret agent involved in dead drops that
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included payments. >> reporter: authorities say the double agent penetrated the spy spring in the san francisco airy in 2015. he would pick up the memory cards and fly them from the u.s. to china. former cia acting director michael morell says the spy game between u.s. and china is on the rise. >> his arrest is the fourth case we've seen of chinese espionage just in the last several months. i think it's both a reflection of how aggressive the chinese are being and how aggressive we're being in trying to push back on them. >> reporter: the u.s. attorney said northern california is ground zero in the fight to protect technology and intell t intellectual property. u.s. investigators say they had tight controls over the classified information turned over in the dead drops turned over by peng in 2001. jeff pegues, cbs news, washington. well, today marks the 70th anniversary since the founding of the people's republic of china. in hong kong the anniversary was marked with protests.
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pro-democracy demonstrators stormed the streets of hong kong this morning. several clashed with police and were arrested. meanwhile in beijing this morning chinese president xi jinping looked on as chinese military was put on display. on the ground there were tanks and missiles and above fighter jets flew over tiananmen square. back home, another death is linked to vaping. the death occurred back in may before the outbreak was officially recognized this summer. this brings the nationwide total of confirmed deaths to at least 13. last week the cdc announced 805 confirmed improbable causes of lung injury associated with e-cigarette use in 46 states and the u.s. virgin islands. and jury deliberations will resume this morning in the murder trial of a former dallas
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police officer. yesterday in closing arguments prosecutors said amber guyger was an intruder who shot and killed botham jean inside his apartment last year. akes thad when the verdict is announced, advocacy groups are urged to keep any demonstrations civil and peaceful. >> if she is found guilty, yes, there should be protests, but it should be dignified. it should be about botham jean's life. >> guyger testified last week that she mistook jean's apartment for her own after a long shift at work. four inmates who broke out of an ohio jail are back behind bars this morning. the men overpowered two female corrections officers on sunday using a homemade weapon. they were captured in north carolina yesterday. authorities say that the inmates had assistance from at least one person outside of the jail.
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california's governor has signed the first law that would allow college students to sign with agents. under the law students will be allowed to sign deals with sneaker companies, soft drink companies, or other advertisers. they'll also be able to profit from their images and names just like pro athletes. the new law is expected to take effect in 2023. lakers' lebron james addressed this after a game yesterday. >> if i would have went off to one of these houses or big-time colleges where pretty much that er pce without my name on the back. >> the ncaa has expressed its opposition to the law which could end up being challenged in court. coming up on "cbs morning news," controversy over saying it's okay to eat red, andeath o
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a crazy scene at chicago o'hare's international airport. yesterday an unmanned catering truck spun out of control next to a plane parked at a terminal. one quick-thinking worker rammed into the vehicle using another vehicle. american airlines says it looks like an accelerator got stuck and luckily no one was hurt. there's a controversy on red meat and a twist in a dreadlock-cutting incident. cbsnews.com reports a 12-year-old black girl in the northern virginia admitted to lying about classmates cutting off her dreadlocks. last week she accused six boys at a christian school of cutting her hair and calling her ugly. she acknowledged the allegations
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were untrue after a police investigation. the girl's family apologized to the boys and the school. idaho hope falls say as man suffered severe burns after falling into thermal water at the old faithful geyser. park officials say the 48-year-old man told rangers he was walking near the geyser without a flashlight and tripped into a hot spring. he was able to get back to the report and call for help. rangers reportedly claimed he was drinking. he's in critical condition. the man could face charges. a "new york times" reports an nypd officer was killed by friendly fire during a struggle with a suspect. it happened sunday. investigators had previously suggest thad 33-year-old brian s from his own gun during the struggle, but police say mulkeen kept control of his gun and fired five shots after the suspects reached toward his waistband.th thaofficefired tent
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two bullets hit mulkeen. the suspect was also killed. >> we lost a courageous police officer who lost his life. >> this is the second time this year a new york city police officer has been killed by friendly fire. the "washington post" reports a controversial new study reports most people do nod need to cut back on red meat or processed meat for good health. much as four servings a week can continue to do so while leading doctors, scientists, and nutritionists call the findings reckless and inaccurate. and smithsonian.com suggests new re.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. terrifying video out of northern taiwan. watch as this bridge collapses over a busy fishing port. an oil tankser fell on some fishing boats below, crushing people inside. six people were seriously injured. a powerful typhoon hit the region yesterday, and it's not clear if the severe weather caused the bridge to crumble. on the "cbs moneywatch" breaking ground on the hyperloop, and wework pulls its poll. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange. good morning, diane. >> a key reading on manufacturing in september. among the companies expected to report quarterly results today
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are mccormick and subscription clothing service stitch fix. stocks closed higher yesterday led by shares in tech shares. the dow rose 96 points, the s&p 500 added 14 points and the nasdaq gained 59 points. wework's parent the we company wasn't high, but since filing to go public over the summer, the company raised questions about its financial hell including mounting losses. just last week wework founder adam neumann stepped down as ceo. it could be february or march before suthwest airlines resumes flights using the grounded 737 max. the faa grounded the 737 max fleet in march after two crashes just five months apart. meanwhile attorneys inspired by the me too movement have
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signed up with the time's up legal defense fund. it's geared toward everyday working women who wouldn't otherwise be able to take sexual misconduct complaints to court. the time's up account has paid for 600 cases. >> the ceo of virgin hyperloop told yahoo! finance group they plan to break ground in india. they would put passengers in pods that would magnetically levitate and vacuum them in tubes across countries. virgin hyperloop says the pods would reach speeds of up to 670 miles an hour. anne-marie. >> i was crossing my fingers it would be from philly to new york, but no such luck. >> you definitely need it, but this is wild. it feels like the future is now. >> that's so true. diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thank you, diane. >> you've got it.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. i bet you wish you were an octopus right now. stunning new video from an upcoming pbs documentary captured this octopus dreaming. it turns out when they are catching son zzzs, they put on quite a light show.
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you can see it turning from light brown to white and then to a camouflage pattern. this week the entertainment world is remembering the life of acclaimed opera star jessye norman. the renowned performer died yesterday in new york from septic shock and complications from a previous spinal cord injury. a traiblazing performer, norman was one of the rare black singers to achieve worldwide operatic stardom. her passionate voice earned her multiple awards including four grammys and a national kennedy honor. norman was 74. coming up on "cbs this morning," gayle talks to rapper lil nas x as t his rise to fame and his decision to come out as kbai. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." look! a door to another dimen... oh, no, just a bag.
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our top stories this morning. president trump's personal attorney rudy giuliani has been subpoenaed in the impeachment inquiry involving mr. trump. giuliani has admitted to asking ukrainian officials to investigate former vice president joe biden and his son hunter. a california man has been arrested, accused of being a spy for china. edward peng allegedly paid an undercover fbi agent for your what he thought was classified information.-callead drops. and the governor of california has signed the first law that they'll be able to sign with
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advertisers and profit from their images and names just like pro athletes. the law takes effect in 2023. also in california a high note for a homeless woman. norah o'donnell tells us about a woman in los angeles who has captured the hearts and ears of the city. >> reporter: her voice is the sweetest sound in the subway. her story is one of perseverance. emily is a 52-year-old russian immigrant. she worked several jobs to pay off mounting medical bills and playing the violin on the streets until ten years ago when she says her $10,000 instrument was stolen. >> that's when i became homeless. >> she started using her only other instrument. her amazing voice. emily gained fame thanks to an lapd officer who made this
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video. now a go fund me page has raised thousands of dollars in donations. she hopes it will change her life. >> i will be so grateful to anyone who is trying to help me to get off of the streets and to have my own place, to have my instrument. >> she's already made our lives a little better. that was norah o'donnell reporting. coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll take you to northern italy where a massive ofat risof falling off a glacier and into an area not far from tourists. plus gayle talks with rapper lil nas x as they return to his high school in atlanta and talk about his rapid rise to fame and dega" in our applying for financial aid for college students. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com i'm anne-marie green.
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