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going on a deadly rampage. police say he killed six people including four of his children before leading police into a tense standoff in a houston suburb. president obama defends his immigration policy after a meeting with one of his biggest critics, texas governor rick perry. maxie rodriguez sends argentina into the world cup finals. >> and europe and south america square off for soccer's ultimate prize. argentina meets germany after a tense semifinal win over the netherlands. captioning funded by cbs n this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, july 10th.
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good morning. i'm marlie hall in for anne-marie read. police say a dispute triggered the murder of six people including four children. the suspect is the children's father said to be going through a difficult divorce. he surrendered late last night. police were called to the home in the northern houston suburb of spring yesterday evening. there they found two adults and three children dead. a fourth child died later at the hospital. the 15-year-old daughter was also shot. three-hour standoff. >> reporter: at the country lake
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estates -- >> very nervous. you won't believe. i'm shaking. in my own neighborhood. >> i think that's crazy. >> reporter: homeowners told to plea from their houses gathered to safer ground. >> they just told us we need to leave. ? the car back there. it's pretty scary. >> reporter: all of this came at the end of of a police pursuit. >> all these cops came. we called my mom first. we live down the street. we said, mom, lock all the doors. we don't know what's going on. inside, the suspect in a deadly mass shooting. the man armed with a handgun at times placing a phone to the ear and speaking with a law enforcement negotiator. >> he has an active dialogue that we've turned over to hostage negotiation team. >> talking while neighbors worry about something they never expected to see.
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but after several tense hours the news many here had been hoping for. >> he just taken into custody. >> reporter: for cbs news, rux russell. president obama was resisting suggestions that he visit the border for a firsthand look. the president said the border visit would be nothing more than theater but he is pressing congress to push through the money he requested. >> reporter: president obama met with one of his most vocal critics, republican governor rick perry. they sad down to try to find common ground to try to find common ground answer. >> we laid it out very clearly
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if you don't secure the border it's going fw a tragic ending. >> reporter: the main concern is the tens of thousands of unaccompanied children who come here from central america. >> we intend to do the right thing by these children. their parents need to know that this is an incredibly dangerous situation. >> reporter: on capitol hill congress debated the president's request for almost $4 billion in emergency funds. the money would be used for more border agents, housing and care for immigrants, and judges to prosecute and deport them faster. some said they need to stop this. >> reporter: the president called on congress with the help of the delegation to pass a supplemental request and then pass comprehensive immigration reform. >> the question is are we more interested in politics or are we more interested in solving the
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or five taliban officials. the circumstances surrounding his afghanistan capture are under investigation. later this morning the united security council meets to discuss the escalating violence between israel and hamas militants. israeli militants are amassed on the hamas border for a possible invasion and more rockets were fired on tel aviv this morning. tara mergener is in washington. tara, good morning. >> good morning, marlie. that's right. in fact,er side shows any
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signs of letting up. in fact, israel says it could be a lengthy one despite all the diplomatic efforts. more explosions lit the sky over gaza early thursday as israeli forces carried out predawn raids against hamas militants. israel has said it's hit several sites. dozens have been killed including many civilians during that week's assault. president mahmoud abbas accused israel of genocide but they say they're deliberately putting paem into harm's way. >> it is embedded through schools and other places throughout the strip. people in tel aviv are on high alert once again after israel's iron dome defense system blocked another rocket attack this morning.
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a ground assault may be next. thousands of troops are lining the border. >> hamas is working in a downward spiral. >> reporter: the united secretary-general has called on an emergency council meeting for this morning and secretary of state john kerry has been in touch with israel. egypt says it has talked with both sides, marlie, about ending the violence. >> tara mergener in washington. tara, thanks so much. a survey of colleges and universities finds that they're not doing a good job of investigating sexual assaults on cam pass. claire mccaskill plans to introduce legislation this summer to hip deal with the problem. >> reporter: the government statistics are a jolt to parents who have kids in college. one in five undergrad yacht women has been the victim of an attack or attempted attack and
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less than five percent of college rape victims report it to law enforcement. claire mccaskill looked into the problem sending surveys to 40 colleges and universities that educate around the country to find out how they deal with sex assault. >> it's really important that this survey be a wakeup call. >> reporter: she said among the most troubling finding more than 40% have not conducted a single is investigation in five years. >> if they're saying they have not had any investigation, that means they are in denial or they're incompetent or they're not taking this problem seriously. >> reporter: the survey reveals more than 20% of schools did not provide sexual assault training for faculty and staff and more than 30% do not provide training for students. the survey also found many students don't provide enough aftercar for sexual assault
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victims. here in lan here in los angeles they want to make it available. >> reporter: mccaskill's report does not name any schools. she said getting accurate data was more important than calling out any colleges or as she puts it playing gotcha. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. coming up on the "morning news," an alleged prostitute is charged in the death of a google executive. plus, deadly mudslides unleashed in japan after a drenching typhoong typhoon batt region. this is the "cbs morning news." damage your teeth? introducing new listerine® healthy whitetm. it not only safely whitens teeth, but also restores enamel. lose the nerves, and get a healthier, whiter smile that you'll love. listerine® healthy whitetm. power to your mouthtm!
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more than 200 homes. the storm hit southern japan as a typhoon on tuesday. an alleged prostitute is charged in the heroin overdose death of a google executive. alix tichelman appeared in court on wednesday. she faces second-degree murder and other charges in the death of forrest hayes. he was found debt on his yacht last november. there's evidence from the boat. >> it showed our suspect, showed our victim, showed her injecting him with heroin, showed her absolute callousness after the fact as he started to have medical complications. >> reporter: police also shows tichelman downing a glass of wine as hayes died. she's being held on $1.5 million bail. on the "cbs moneywatch," the fed puts a timetable on its bond buying program, and the government's mistakes cost taxpayers $100 billion. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and
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more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, marlie. >> the federal reserve plans to end its monthly bond buying program in october. the minutes of the june fed meeting showed that if the economy continues to improve, the file reduction in bond buying purchases would include a total cut of $15 billion, but interest rates would remain low after the bond purchases end. here on wall street, investors are watching for a second day of corporate earnings reports. the dow rose 79 points on wednesday, the nasdaq was up 27, and the s&p increased 9 points. the government paid out $100 billion, too much last year. they say the payments were made to people who may not have been entitled to receive them. that includes medical payments, unemployment payments, and tax credits. the improper payments resulted from fraud, clerical errors, and other mistakes.
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and the world's tallest walter slide finally opens today in kansas city. after long delays and test runs the public will get to ride verruckt. riders in rubber rafts slide down at speeds around 70 miles per hour. the water slide is taller than niagara falls. its name translates to "insane" in german. marlie? >> it looks insane, i'll tell you that. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. jill, thanks so much. straight ahead, more fireworks at the donald sterling trial. the harsh words he had for his wife as she left the witness stand. and a tension-filled semifinal at the world cup comes down to penalty kicks. semifinal at the world cup comes down to penalty kicks. but i've managed. ♪ i got to be pretty good at managing my symptoms, except that managing my symptoms was all i was doing. ♪ when i finally told my doctor, he said my crohn's was not under control. ♪ he said humira is for adults like me
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>> reporter: after shelly sterling left the witness stand at the end of the day, donald sterling turned to his wife and said, get away from me, you pig. >> that is really quintessential donald sterling. it tells you what this man is really like. >> reporter: but donald's lawyer said the comment came at the end of a very emotional day for his client. >> obviously i know he felt, you know, very remorseful for the comment. having to sit there and watch your wife of 60 years give testimony, i think, you know, it was too much. there was too much emotion, too much betrayal. it was not a good situation, i think, for either one of them. >> >> reporter: donald sterling was the first to take the stand, at time raising his voice saying make no mistake today, i will never, ever be selling this team and until i die i'll be suing
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the nba for the anti-trust they imposed upon me and my family. >> that was kcbs's randy paige reporting. the nba is trying to force sterling to sell the clippers after he was recorded making racist comments. germany now knows who it will face in sunday's world cup final. in the second semifinal game argentina and the netherlands played to a scoreless draw. the game would be decided in penalty kicks. argentina's goalkeeper makes two big mistakes but the goal belongs to maxi rodriguez. >> maxi rodriguez sends argentina to the world cup finals. >> fans back home in buenos aries celebrates. james is a free agent and can sign with any team. while he's gone to the finals in all four seasons in miami his
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old team the cleveland cavaliers are trying to woo him back. on wednesday they traded away three players in order to clear room for lebron. when we return, his luck ran out. we'll hear from a man who wrote a guide on surviving the running of the bulls about his own bloody run-in. of the bulls about his own bloody run-in. are you ready grandma? just a second, sweetie.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. a chicago man is recovering this morning after being gored by a bull in spain. ironically he wrote part of a book about how to survive the running of the bulls. as suzanne lemon-yoh of our chicago affiliate wbbm reports, he's now speaking out about the incident. >> reporter: this is chicagoan bill hillmann on a stretcher
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after he was gored by a 1, 300-pound bull on the streets of pamplona spain. hillmann gives a thumbs-up sign speaking that he's okay. he was there to talk about the miss. the bull's horn missed a vital artery. >> if that artery would have been severed i likely would have bled to death pretty quickly and i might not be talking to you right now. >> reporter: the 32-year-old is an event veteran. he fell behind during the running of the bulls. he was pushed and tripped and sent to the ground right in the path of the bull. >> as the bull fell he lunged forward and he slung his horn through my thigh. the bull was trying to get up and gore me some more but he didn't get me again. >> reporter: ironically hillmann wrote a book called "fiesta, how to survive the running of the bulls in pamplona." >> it's fun. i hope to do it until i'm 80. >> that was suzanne lemon-yoh.
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♪ in houston a rescue of seven construction workers. they were trapped on the roof of a van that crashed into the water of a bayou yesterday. rescuers extended a ladder and the men were safely returned to land. ambulances took all of the men to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. a colorado rockies fan got the shock of a lifetime. he complained about the team's performance after attending a game with his family last weekend, but what he didn't expect was an actual response from the top of the rockies' front office. travis khachatoorian of our grand junction affiliate krex spoke to the fan. >> the plan was booked months in advance. >> these you had to buy pretty
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much when they went right on sale, january. >> reporter: the ferguson family was spending their fourth of july in denver watching the team they love the most. >> we're big fans, the whole family is. >> reporter: how long have you within fans if. >> as long as i remember. >> reporter: but the game didn't go as planned. the rockies lost bad. i mean like real bad, like 9-0 bad. >> you know, it's frustrating. when they get shut out, it's frustrating. >> reporter: so in the end the fans shuffled out and michael expressed his frustration on a feedback form. >> i pretty much filled out the survey and i said it's frustrating to spend the money and go see teams that are constantly struggling a few days later. >> reporter: if product and experience is that bad, don't come, signed dick monfort, owner and chairman of the colorado rockies. >> that was quite a shock. i never expected it. i thought it was people sitting around and you might get an automated response. to get something like that that's short and simple it was almost like, wow, it almost feels like they don't care about the fans.
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>> reporter: michael said it's got him thinking. the rockies will take his cash but they won't take his criticism. >> that was krex's travis khachatoorian reporting. dick monfort said he responds to a lot of fans by e-mail and he remembers sending that one to ferguson. for the record rockies are currently in fourth place. and here's why you should never give up when you're faced with problems. in last night's red sox/white sox game, boston outfielder jonny gomes misses the ball near the green monster. instead of snagging the ball it hits him right in the face. it rolls into foul territory but gomes sticks with it and throws a runner out at home plate. that was the difference in a 5-4 win for boston. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," an update on the deadly shooting rampage in texas. we'll be live from the scene. plus, garth brooks, one of music's biggest selling stars is
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expected to announce a comeback tour today. jamie wax has details. clint dempsey, captain of the u.s. soccer team joins us in the studio. and we'll have the announcement of this year's emmy nominations. that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm marlie hall. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- -- captions by vitac --
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your realtime captioner is linda macdonald. good morning, everyone. it's thursday, july 10. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm brian hackney. this is like groundhog day, isn't it. > isn't it? >> welcome to our world.
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[ laughter ] >> let's see. well, what we always do. let's check in with elizabeth. >> here we go again. >> the weather very similar, low clouds and fog moved onshore this morning. breezy around the bay area. we'll talk about that coming up. >> if you are traveling in the east bay, once again, they have that full freeway closure overnight, southbound 880 at davis street. looks like they have reopened a couple of lanes approaching san leandro. we'll have a live look in a few minutes. >> all right. thank you, elizabeth. a jury has ordered the los angeles dodgers to pay millions to injured giants fan bryan stow, attacked three years. the jury took nine days to come up with the 9-3 decision in the civil trial. >> i feel like it's a victory and it's a big weight off our shoulders. reporter: bryan stow's family may not have gotten all they wanted. but the $18 million verdict will certainly


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