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captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, april 28th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." carly! carly! >> campaign 2016 and headlines from the back of the pack. first, he's mathematically eliminated, but ted cruz picks carly fiorina to be his running mate despite running hundreds of delegates behind donald trump. and bernie sanders has vowed to fight on, but he's laying off hundreds of staffers. a look at where his campaign goes from here. >> i am very good in aarithme c
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aarithmetic, and i can count delegates, and we are behind today. oh, my god! it's coming this way! >> caught on camera, a day at the beach turns terrifying as a dust storm takes aim at tourists in hawaii. >> and we are the revolution. >> and days after prince's death, a revolution reunion. the band behind the purple one announces they're going back on the road. ♪ 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. with indiana's primary five days away, ted cruz made a surprise move. he named his vice presidential pick even as he trails front-runner donald trump in delegates. as craig boswell reports, cruz isn't the only contender who's not ready to give up just yet. ♪
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>> reporter: donald trump told a crowd in indiana his rival, ted cruz, made history when he prematurely teamed up with carly fiorina. >> he is the first presidential candidate in the history of this country who's mathematically eliminated from becoming president who chose a vice presidential candidate, okay. >> reporter: cruz announced fiorina as a running mate after losing five states to donald trump tuesday night. >> ted cruz's purpose, my purpose, is to unify the party by talking about the things that matter. >> reporter: trump stuck on the issues earlier wednesday delivering a foreign policy speech to an invited audience in washington. the republican and democratic front-runners are trying to switch from primary mode to the general election and are also targeting one another. clinton is taking exception to trump's comment that she played the woman card. >> if fighting for women's health care and paid family
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leave and equal pay is playing the woman card, then deal me in! >> reporter: bernie sanders' campaign laid off hundreds of field staffers wednesday, but he's not giving up. >> you know what, unusual things happen in politics. >> reporter: sanders'aides say they're using most of their resources on winning california in june. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. coming up on "cbs this morning," cbs news contributor and "wall street journal" columnist peggy noonan has analysis. baltimore police shot a 13-year-old boy who they say refused to drop what turned out to be a replica of a semiautomatic pistol. two detectives saw the teen carrying what appeared to be a gun. after identifying themselves, the teen took off running. when police caught up, the teen refused it drop it. one detective shot the boy in the leg and arm. the police commissioner said they acted appropriately. the teen is expected to survive. an american airlines flight bound for dallas turned around following a bird strike during takeoff.
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the airbus a321 with 150 passengers and six crew aboard safely landed back in seattle yesterday. the strike involving at least two birds caused this nearly two-foot crater in the plane's nose. a newly released federal complaint claims a jetblue pilot flew from orlando to new york while under the influence of alcohol. the complaint alleges a random alcohol test last year revealed dennis murphy jr. had a blood alcohol level of 0.11, nearly three times the legal limit for pilots. if convicted, he could be sentenced to 15 years in prison. breaking overnight, air strikes in syria hit a hospital and leveled buildings in the city of aleppo. at least 20 civilians were killed. rescuers searched through the rubble for survivors and rushed victims to other hospitals. the syrian opposition blames
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syrian president bashar al assad's forces for the deadly attacks. another day will bring even more severe weather that will stretch from the southern plains to the southeast. large hail and damaging winds are the main threat. yesterday's outbreak brought this explosive super-cell thunderstorm that spawn a tornado over northeast missouri. the national weather service received reports of 14 tornadoes in parts of the midwest and kentucky yesterday. the storm also brought hail to many midwestern states, including outside of omaha. eric fisher of our boston station, wbz, has more. >> reporter: a busy week of severe weather continues. we're watching the next storm system starting to dig in to the west. we're talking about thunderstorms today. that threat will go up heading into friday. the next trough digging into the plains. again, we'll be watching oklahoma and texas. here's a look at the next couple of days as we head through thursday. our severe weather doesn't start going until later on in the evening and to the overnight. we'll be watching parts of north
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texas into oklahoma. that area will continue to develop into friday morning. i'll have one round of thunderstorms moving up into arkansas. then as we head into friday afternoon, the next round of thunderstorms develops. these look a little bit more vigorous. large hail, gusty winds. tornadoes possible here. the areas to watch, highest risk of severe storms on thursday evening, mainly across the red river valley and to north texas. then friday should be a more active day. this will be the one to watch. also, heavier rainfall, and that extending from san antonio up to just about oklahoma city. we'll keep you updated. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs news. a judge sentenced former house speaker dennis hastert to 15 months in prison in a hush-money case in which he tried to keep his dark past as a child molester secret. as dean reynolds report, prosecutors could not charge him with sex crimes because of the statute of limitations. it had run out. >> reporter: withered and wheelchair-bound, former speaker
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of the house dennis hastert came to federal court for a public shaming he'd brought on himself. in the courtroom, hastert finally admit he had molested boys on the yorkville high school wrestling team he coached decades ago. "what i did was wrong," he said, "and i regret it." the judge suggested that was not enough. "nothing is more stunning than having serial child molester and speaker of the house in the same sentence," the judge said. zachary farden is the u.s. attorney. >> mr. hastert's legend and legacy are gone, and in its place are a broken, humiliated man. that it as it should be. >> reporter: six months ago, hastert pleaded guilty to violating banking laws by repeatedly making large cash withdrawals. his undoing began in 2014 when he told the fbi he was keeping the money, though it was actually going to one of his victims known as individual a, as a kind of compensation for his misdeeds. hastert lied again when he said
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individual a was blackmailing him. a claim the judge called an unconscionable attempt to victimize a victim one more time. individual a was 14 when the abuse started. hastert was forced to face his accusers this time. another victim, scott cross, who is now 53, tearfully recalled a lifelong trauma from being abused by his coach at the age of 17. "it was my darkest secret," he said. "i was devastated." jolene burge testified on behalf of her brother, steven reinbolt, who died of aids after telling him hastert had abused him throughout high school. "you were supposed to keep him safe, not violate him," she said. sources reveal to cbs news that investigators looking into prince's death asked the u.s. drug enforcement agency for help. investigators want to know what painkillers the pop icon was taking and where he got them. an autopsy was performed friday, but it will be weeks before the
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results are released. and yesterday, a court appointed a trust company to oversee prince's multimillion dollar estate and manage his businesses. so far, no will has turned up. his sister claims the singer did not have one. >> we have decided after spending three or four days together now grieving over the loss of prince that we would like to come out and do some shows. >> meanwhile, members of the revolution announced in a facebook video that they are reuniting. the band, including wendy and lisa, rose to fame when they backed prince in his 1984 hit "purple rain." they said the shows will happen soon, but they didn't provide any specifics. coming up on "the morning news," bathroom battle. a city in alabama calls for jail time for transgender people who violate a new bathroom ordinance. police identify a teenager murdered nearly 50 years ago, initially believed to be a victim of the manson family. this is the "cbs morning news." murdered nearly 50 years ago, initially believed to be a victim of the manson family. this is the "cbs morning news."
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oh, geez louise. look. >> whirling winds turn a quiet afternoon to chaos on hawaii's big island. the gusts sent umbrellas soaring and sun worshippers scurrying monday. the weather service says it was the sandy equivalent of a dust devil. there's new information on a cold case initially linked to the manson family. and a former tulsa reserve deputy found guilty of killing an unarmed man. those are some of the headlines on the "morning newsstand." "the tulsa world" reports the conviction of a former sheriff's deputy who killed a suspect last year. 74-year-old robert bates was found guilty of manslaughter. he said he meant to use his stun gun instead a handgun. the "los angeles times" reports that no link has been found between the manson family and killing of a canadian
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teenager in 1969. the woman's body was found near the scene of other killings that year by charles manson and his followers. investigators say they questioned manson in prison about the case but learned nothing. a "charlotte observer" columnist describes a takeoff that was aborted yesterday to avoid a collision. the rider was on a delta jet headed to miami from atlanta. it stopped suddenly before liftoff because another plane crossed its path on the runway. no one was hurt. the columnist says the pilot announced that air traffic controllers had made a mistake. the associated press reports a plan that would require women to register for the military draft. the measure was passed yesterday by a house panel. its sponsor voted against the plan saying he opposes sending women into combat and wanted to spark debate about it. reports that an
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alabama city is the first in the nation to pass a gender restriction law for public bathrooms. the oxford ordinance makes it a misdemeanor to use a bathroom different from a person's birth certificate gender. a violation carries a $500 fine or six months in jail. and "the hartford current" reports that yale won't drop the name of a 19th century alumnist who supported slavery. the university says it's keeping calhoun college to confront the nation's history of enslavement. john c. calhoun was a vice president and south carolina senator. still to come, super soccer fans. a soccer team is providing season tickets through a microchip that's implanted in a person's arm. luscious raspberry sauce, and belgian chocolate. discover magnum chocolate pleasure. our blogs are buzzing about the designer smile... by colgate. new optic white high impact white toothpaste with a professionally recommended whitening ingredient.
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♪ you're only a day away ♪ here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ some football fans in argentina are wearing their club allegiance under their skin. one team is actually microchipping fans for faster access into matches. right now the i.d. system, called the passion ticket, is just in the testing stages. volunteers like this devoted guy right here are lining up to try it out. unbelievable. on the "money watch," the feds hold off on an interest rate hike and plans for a mission to mars. hena daniels has that and more.
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good morning. >> reporter: good morning. as widely expected, the federal reserve decided to hold key interest rates steady. policymakers announced it will keep the rate unchanged at the end of a two-day meeting yesterday afternoon. the fed noted while the question is adding jobs, economic activity is slowing. the fed's decision appeared to have little impact on wall street. the dow jones gained 51 points. the s&p 500 added three. the nasdaq shed 25 points. facebook is creating a new class of nonvoting stock. the class-c capital stock would allow co-founder and ceo mark zuckerberg to keep his firm control of the company while raising more cash to compensate employees and investors. the social media behemoth reported earnings yesterday of $1.51 billion, nearly triple what it earned during the same period last year. yahoo! reached a deal with activist star board value which has been pushing the company to revamp its board of directors. yahoo! agreed to add four members to the board including the ceo of star board.
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as part of the deal, yahoo! withdrew two nominees, and two others will not seek re-election. mcdonald's is testing a new version of its chicken mcnuggets. the revamped recipe of the breaded fried chicken won't include artificial preservatives. it's losing customers to healthier fast, casual restaurants. private space exploration company spacex is now aimig for mars. the california company plans to send an unmanned capsule to land on the red planet as early as 2018. the company's already using its craft to resupply the international space station. spacex hopes to begin flying americans to the orbiting lab next year. anne-marie? >> i will be watching eagerly with my feet firmly planted on the ground. >> same here.
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>> hena daniels at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot. coming up, must-have olympic gear, but not what you think. special uniforms and outfits designed to ward off zika in brazil are unveiled. special uniforms and outfits designed to ward off zika in brazil are unveiled. welcome, welcome!et you! today i'm going to show you the all-new 2016 chevy cruze and ask you what you think. but here's the catch. you can only answer in emojis. what emoji would you use to describe the design? (sfx: message sent) i think it's sexy. mm-mm-mm! has available built-in 4g lte wifi (sfx: message sent) rock on. that's excellent.
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we got wifi. this car gets an epa estimated 40 mpg highway. this car is like a unicorn. it's magical! their son is in custody. whe he was found... and what po are saying about the arrest. new video released... of a police officer involved in e beating of a suspect. did he steal something from the ma and ted cruz picks a running mate who hasn't always beens biggest fan. but could carly fiorina help him win california, and shut out do trump? join us for kpix 5 news this morning... beginning at 4:3 good morning. it's thursday, april 28th. ,,,,
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ joe biden and the pope are expected to meet tomorrow at the vatican. the vice president is on a tour urging international cooperation to cure cancer. it's not known when the pope will hold a private meeting with biden. a brazilian landmark is ready to welcome on, limpons. the statue of christ the redeemer in rio de janeiro is glowing in the colors of the nation's flag.
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the lighting starts the 100-day countdown to the summer games there in august. and with the zika virus a big concern for olympic teams, the south korean contingent has rolled out a stylish solution. the olympic committee says it's designed zika-proof uniforms. the long-sleeve shirts and pants are made of mosquito-repellant material meant to ward off any fear of contracting the virus, linked to birth defects. we're a few hours from the 2016 nfl draft, and which is ready to rock. cruz put the finishing touches on draft town, an outdoor fan experience at the teaspoons grant park. potential picks have a chance to shake off any pre-draft day jitters in a friendly competition with young fans. the nfl says tens of thousands of fans will pass through the park over the course of the three-day draft. coming up after your local news on "cbs morning news," nfl commissioner roger goodell. i'm anne-marie green, this is the "cbs morning news."
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here's another look at this morning's top stories -- in an unusual move, ted cruz announced carly fiorina as his running mate if he wins the gop nomination. right now cruz trails donald trump in delegates. after failing to catch up to hillary clinton, bernie sanders has laid off hundreds of staffers but promisd he'll campaign until the convention. a 13-year-old baltimore boy is expected to survive after being shot by police. authorities say the boy was spotted with what appeared to be a semiautomatic gun and refused orders to drop it. it turned out to be a replica of a pistol. a city police commissioner says the officers acted correctly.
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a year ago this week, baltimore erupted in riots after the funeral of freddie gray. he suffered a broken neck while in police custody. the police commissioner was fired, and now he has broken his silence. we have more. i was clenching my fists and gritting my teeth and saying, move, go, go! >> reporter: when the rioting started, former police commissioner anthony bass remembers wondering why his officers were reacting so slowly. he denies an allegation from the police union that officers were told to give the protesters room. you're saying it's not accurate. >> i'm telling you that the mayor never told me or gave me an order to stand down. i never heard the order to stand down. >> reporter: he says the real problem was training. >> we just didn't have enough time to get prepared the way that we should. that falls on me, and i take
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accountability for that protest. >> reporter: within days, six police officers had been arrested on various charges for putting freddie gray in a police van unrestrained and for 45 minutes denying him medical care. should the six officers have been charged? >> i'm going answer your question like this -- unfortunately in my career, in my almost 35 years of doing this job, i've had to tell wives that their husbands have been killed on duty. the only time i've kind of lost it was talking to my police officers in baltimore about the six officers. >> reporter: that says gray's death and the subsequent riots exposed deeper problems in baltimore. >> it was just the state law broke the camel's back, that unleashed that. you got to talk about the racial issues in that city. people don't like to talk about those things. you got separate but equal taking place in that city. >> reporter: even before the riot, commissioner bass' critics accused him of being out of touch with the city and rank and file officers. the trials of the accused officers resume next month. late last year, the first one ended with a mistrial. jeff pegues, cbs news,
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washington. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a lawsuit against snapchat that accuses the app of promoting reckless driving through its miles per hour filter. plus, we talk with nfl commissioner roger goodell. and a conversation with comedy duo key and peele. thanks for watching, i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. thanks for watching, i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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i'm michelle your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, everyone it's
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thursday, april 28. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. we're happy that the warriors have won. >> i was in my glory last night. i had the warriors on last night and anaheim and the predators because i wanted to see who the sharks are going to be playing friday night so i was going back and forth. it was a great night! [ laughter ] >> eating tacos, too! >> and rain, and a good thing, too. >> it was a perfect day for me yesterday. and today we're going to just -- [ laughter ] >> today we're going to jump up 10 degrees throughout many areas. hi, everybody. theagain, you have your teal blue honoring our san jose sharks. and you have your blue honoring our golden state warriors who slapped down the rockets last night, wasn't pretty. 51 in san jose. later today near 80 inland. full forecast in


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