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,, president obama is sending hundreds of troops to syria to captioning funded by cbs it's monday, april 26th, 2016, this is the "cbs morning news." joining forces. the cruz and kasich campaigns announce their plan to take down donald trump together. a state-by-state breakdown of the strategy and why trump's calling it collusion. president obama is sending hundreds of troops to syria to battle isis. why the plan to put more boots on the ground isn't his only controversial talking point in germany. the prince tribute poured in over the weekend including video of a performance only the hollywood elite got to see until
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n now. are you cheating -- are you cheating on me? >> when live gives you lemons, make "lemonade." beyonce shocked the world in more ways than one. her surprise album giving the world a glimpse beyond the glamor. ♪ good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, two republican presidential opponents are now teaming up in an effort to prevent donald trump from winning enough delegates to clinch the party's nomination. the latest cbs news battleground tracker shows trump with a commanding lead in pennsylvania. one of five states holding primaries tomorrow. in indiana, the race is much closer ahead of its may 3rd primary. trump slightly leads ted cruz. we have more from new york on
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how cruz and john kasich are joining forces, brook. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. it's an idea that mitt romney floated almost two months ago. an agreement on the candidates to focus on the states where they have the best chance of beating trump and in those states, at least, get out of each other's way. now officially that idea is being put into action. the effort to stop donald trump took a new turn sunday night. in coordinated statements, ted cruz and john kasich announced plans to team up to beat the gop front-runner in three upcoming primaries. the strategy encourages cruz supporters in oregon and new mexico to back kasich. while kasich asks his supporters in indiana to help cruz. >> we want to nominate a campaign based on yelling and screaming and cursing, or do we want to unite behind a positive, optimistic, forward looking, conservative campaign? >> reporter: trump called the move desperate, saying in a natement, "these two washington
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insiders have had to revert to collusion in order to stay alive." he's expected to rack up more wins tuesday including delegate-rich pennsylvania. campaigning in maryland sunday, he pivoted to a general election match-up with hillary clinton. >> i don't know if she'll be easier or harder, but that's the one i want to beat. >> reporter: clinton is eyeing her own victories in four of five states tomorrow, wins that would badly hurt bernie sanders' bid for the nomination. >> i would be humbled to have your vote. >> reporter: the vermont senator is vowing to press. on. >> we are going to continue. we're going to fight this out until the last vote is cast. >> reporter: connecticut, delaware, maryland, pennsylvania, and rhode island have their say tomorrow. all the candidates will hold rallies in pennsylvania today, the big delegate prize tomorrow. all the candidates, that is, except for ted cruz who will be in indiana, a state where as he showed he's neck and neck with trump and kasich isn't active
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running. >> thank you. on the democratic side in tomorrow's pennsylvania race, hillary clinton has an eight-point lead over bernie sanders. in indiana, clinton is ahead by five points which is within the poll's eight-point margin of error. president obama is expected to announce this morning that he's deploying as many as 250 more military personnel to syria to help local syrian forces fight isis. that significantly increases the u.s. presence in syria. mr. obama is currently in germany where he is backing a controversial trade deal. margaret brennan is traveling with the president. >> reporter: president obama and german chancellor angela merkel are pushing a controversial trade deal that brought more than 30,000 protester to the -- proif protesters to the streets. they fear it would weaken environmental standards and consumer protections. president obama defended the
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path that would kraecreate the world's largest free trade zone. >> if you look at the benefit to the united states or to germany of free trade around the world, it's indisputable that it's made our economy stronger. >> reporter: the support for mr. obama still popular in europe could help merkel, hosting a host of crises that have damaged her public standing. >> chancellor merkel has been consistent. she has been steady. she is trustworthy. >> reporter: her decision to allow more than one million refugee safe haven in germany over the past year has spiked threat. >> she's on the right side of history on this. she is giving voice, i think, that the kinds of principles that bring people together rather than divide them. >> reporter: margaret brennan, cbs news. >> "cbs morning news's" charlie rose interviews president obama in germany today. you can see part of the interview starting tonight on the "cbs evening news" and more tomorrow on "cbs this morning."
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there's a major manhunt this morning for the killer or killers of eight family members. seven adults and one teenage boy were shot in the head in four homes in rural southern ohio. law enforcement is advising residents there to arm themselves if they fear for their safety. investigators on sunday said the killings were sophisticated executions. >> this was not something that just happens. this was planned. a family was targeted. most of them targeted while they were sleeping. >> a days' old infant, a six-month-old baby, and a small child were not hurt. police found several marijuana growing operations at the crime scenes. sources tell cbs' station in the dallas-ft. worth area that a grand jury indicted quarterback johnny manziel. the 23-year-old is accused of repeatedly hitting his ex-girlfriend while driving from a dallas bar back to her home in ft. worth in late january.
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he's charged with assault with bodily injury, and that is a misdemeanor. and prince's fans mourned and celebrated his life. the life of a pop icon, over the weekend. his family cremated his remains and held a private memorial on saturday. we have more from chanhassen, minnesota. [ bells ] >> reporter: the bells at minneapolis city hall didn't ring. they rocked. ♪ i only want to see you laughing in the purple rain ♪ >> reporter: prince's hometown honored the mega superstar's "purple rain" in the music industry by playing a few of his hits from the bell tower like "kiss" and "1999." outside his paisley park estate, thousands flocked to pay their final respects to prince with purple balloons, flowers, and even a guitar. fans from all over the country still can't believe he's gone. >> i really believe in my life i will never meet and love another
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artist like i've loved prince. >> it hit me really hard the first day. i sobbed at the back of work and then came home and sobbed. i'm finally able to kind of compose myself, but it still dntd feel real at all. >> reporter: the tributes continue to pour in, showing how influential the pop icon was across the world. the minnesota wild honored their state's favorite son, putting his famous symbol in the stands and pausing for a moment of silence with his picture on the jumbotron before their hockey game. in uptown minneapolis, a purple-faced mural of prince and a dove commemorated his death. a public musical celebration of his life is being planned. cbs news, chanhassen, minnesota. a wave of tributes to the icon continue. "snl" dedicated the airwaves to prince, unearthing previously unseen footage of an impromptu 2015 performance by the purple one. ♪
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♪ all i heard note >> the show's "good night sweet prince" special featured his many performances over the years as well as sketches spoofing the star. when bruce springsteen took to the stage saturday night in brooklyn, the boss played one for prince. ♪ only want to see you laughing in the purple rain ♪ ♪ purple rain purple rain ♪ >> posting on springsteen's website after the performance, the e street band said there was only one way to open the show that night -- "purple rain." coming up on the "morning news," beyonce turns out lemonade. ♪ walked all over lately walked all over lately ♪ >> the superstar releases a powerful new album and full-length video. later, the fight over the
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♪ i kept it sexy i kept it fun ♪ ♪ looking jealous or crazy jealous or crazy ♪ ♪ or like being walked all over lately walk walked all over lately ♪ fans of beyonce are finding juicy details in her new album. it includes possible accusations of betrayal by her husband, jay-z. the music debuted exclusively on their streaming service title, and it reportedly will be available on itunes, as well, due to popular demand, of course. there is a battle over a cell phone belonging to a missing teenager, and a shooting at a prom in wisconsin. those are some of the headlines on the morning "newsstand." "the milwaukee journal sentinel" reports the teenager suspected
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of shooting two prom-goers had been bullied. jacob wagner was shot by police after he opened fire saturday outside a northern wisconsin high school. he died hours later. two students have nonlife threatening wounds. wagner attended the school but didn't graduate with his class last year. >> we did kind of bond because we were bullied by a lot of the same people. kind of in the same ways. i think we all knew that he was bullied. >> governor scott walker says the quick police response saved lives. "the palm beach post" reports a dispute between the parents two of teens who vanished at sea nine months ago. an iphone was found last week when the boys' boat was recovered. the father of the boy's phone won't give permission to search it. the mother of th other enjoy asking florida's attorney general to intervene. the "news and observer of raleigh reports that rallies are expected today in north carolina's capitol. backers and foes of a controversial new law plan to demonstrate as the state's
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general assembly opens its sessio. the law limits anti-discrimination protections for gays and transgender people. and a former u.s. senator tells his story of love rediscovered in "the new york times" in an op-ed. 90-year-old paris warford announced that he'll marry a man saturday who is 50 years his junior. his wife claire died nearly 50 -- nearly 20 years ago. he said he's grateful to live in an era when all marriages are protected by law. ahead, crossing the pacific. a solar-powered plane completes a risky leg in a round the world journey.
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round-the-world trip. on the cbs "moneywatch," gas prices floated up, and a battle of childhood classics at the box office. hena daniels has that and more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, gains by energy and financial companies aided by the rise of oil helped lift stocks last week. the dow jones rose 107 for the week. the s&p 500 finished almost 11 points higher. the nasdaq was the exception, falling nearly 32 points. investors will keep a close eye on a federal reserve meeting this week over interest rates. policymakers gather tuesday and wednesday and are widely expected to keep rates steady. however, the fed might tweak the country's economic outlook to reflect better conditions, opening the door to a rate hike later. just as oil prices continue to climb, so does the cost to fill up your gas tank. the latest lundberg survey found the average cost of a gallon is up eight cents over the past three weeks.
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the average in is now $2.18 a gallon. that's up 41 cents over the past nine weeks. the increase is expected to continue as refineries switch to a pricer in -- a pricier summer blend to comply with federal regulations. the faa has ordered airlines to fix certain ge engines on boeing's 787 dreamliner to prevent an icing problem that can cause them to shut down while mid flight. 176 dreamliners belonging to 29 airlines are affected. back in january, one of the two engines on a japanese airline -- japan airline's 787, rather, shut down while in the air and could not be restarted. the plane did land safely. "the jungle book" held on to its top spot in the second weekend in theaters. the live action remake of disney's 1967 animated classic earned nearly another $61 million. that brought its ten-day domestic total to more than $191
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million. "the huntsman: winter's war" debuted in second place with $20 million. "barber shop" placed third, earning just less than $11 million. >> hena daniels, thanks a lot. coming up on "cbs this morning," a program by starbucks to donate all of its unsold food to charity. still ahead, space race. we'll show how an astronaut on the international space station actually ran the london marathon this weekend. thinking about joining her daughter's yoga class. she was thinking about her joints. but now that she's taking osteo bi-flex, she's noticing a real difference in her joint comfort. with continued use, it supports increased flexibility over time. karen: "she's single." it also supports wonderfully high levels of humiliation in her daughter. karen: "she's a little bit shy." in just 7 days, your joint comfort can be your kid's discomfort. osteo bi-flex. you were made to move. so move.
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dance and lack of gravity aboard the international space station couldn't keep british astronaut tim peak from running in the london marathon on the weekend. strapped to a treadmill aboard the iss, peak logged 26.2 miles in zero gravity, completing it in three hours, 18 minutes, and 50 seconds. he had an ipad to simulate the actual london marathon route every step of the way. congratulations. documents dubbed the magna carta of baseball have been sold to the highest bidder. it was written in 1857. they're called the laws of baseball. it went for $3.3 million at auction sunday morning. the first rules of the game are scribbled on the papers by doc adams, cementing him as the father of the modern game. heat seekers flocked to brooklyn this weekend for a taste of the nation's hottest hot sauce. the billion-dollar industry is on fire. hot sauce sales have grown by 150% since 2000. this is the "cbs morning news." is is the "cbs morning news."
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here's another look at the top stories. ted cruz and john kasich are teaming up in an effort to prevent donald trump from winning enough delegates to secure the gop nomination. cruz is asking supporters in oregon and new mexico to vote for kasich, and kasich is urging his supporters in indiana to cast ballots for cruz. president obama is expected to announce this morning he's dramatically increasing the number of u.s. military personnel in syria. about 300 will help local forces fight isis. the president will detail the plan from germany where he's supporting a controversial trade deal. and there's a new warning this morning about those popular brightly colored detergent pods. the number of children ingesting them is on the rise. marley hall reports. >> reporter: detergent packets can be a convenient way to do the laundry.
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to a toddler, they can look like candy. two years ago, angela told us her daughter had to go on life support when she ate a packet as a toddler. >> she was foaming at the mouth, couldn't breathe, couldn't move. she was just laying there. >> reporter: a new study in the journal "pediatrics" says there were more than 62,000 detergent-related calls to poison control centers in 2013 and 2014. there was a 17% rise in calls specifically about laundry packet. among those, there were 13 cases of coma, six cases of respiratory arrest, and two cases of cardiac arrest. >> we want to let parents know, this is something they want to take caution with. put it up in the cabinet. put it behind their locked cabinet lock. >> reporter: last year, "consumer reports" stopped recommending laundry packets because of the potential danger. the industry says it's adopting new, voluntary safety changes.
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procter and gamble, the maker of tide pods and gain flings, introduced new pods this year that are stronger. they also have a bitter tasting substance on the outer film to stop kids from biting into them. >> we're introducing a new bag with a child-guard zipper. >> reporter: the packages hit store shelves next month. safety advocates plan to monitor the changes to make sure they prevent poisonings. marley hall, cbs news, new york. some sad news from the entertainment world. billy paul voiced a soulful '70s ballads expressing the sent l side of cheating. ♪ me and mrs. jones we got a thing going on ♪ >> still a great song. he died sunday at his new jersey home of pancreatic cancer. billy paul was 80 years old. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a followup on norah o'donnell's
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"60 minutes" piece about a congressman's fight to stop elected officials from being forced to raise money. we'll speak with representative david jolly. plus, we'll show who's inventing new languages for hollywood, and host of "the nightly show," larry wilmore, joins us in studio. that's the "cbs morning news." thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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griego. and i'm kenny choi. me is 4-- here good morning. it's monday, april 25. take a look at our live camera this morning. the tip of the transamerica tower looking down at the
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beautiful bay bridge. welcome to your monday. thank you for joining us. >> roberta, it was a wonderful weekend. >> it was. >> how is it shaping up this week? >> not bad. we'll have rain that we are grateful for and more beneficial rain after the downpour on friday. good morning, everyone. right now, stepping out and getting ready to prepare for your brand new work week, looking towards the golden gate bridge, and boy, is it blustery. wind is on the fly and air temperatures 40 to 50 degrees but couple said couple -- -- -- coupled up with the wind, boy, it's chilly. coming up, we'll talk about the rain and the umbrella. you know, we do weather and traffic together because often they


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