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from the brought cast center from the brought cast center here in new york city, i'm it's tuesday, may 3rd, 2016. this is "cbs morning news." holding out hope in the hoosier state with donald trump and hillary clinton pulling closer to their party's nomination, ted cruz and bernie sanders stage last-ditch attempts at delegates. a woman is awarded $55 million after a jury finds a link between a popular johnson & johnson product and ovarian cancer. from worst to first. long-shot leicester city shocks the world, winning the english premier league championship for
the first time in club history. and gala glam. celebrities marvel in metallics at the met gala. the sights and sounds from the outrageous red carpet. 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. both hillary clinton and donald trump are looking for knockout wins in today's indiana primary. the hoosier state appears to be ted cruz's last real chance to stop donald trump from winning the gop nomination outright. for democrats, indiana's open primary may be a chance for bernie sanders to notch another win, but hillary clinton already has more than 90% of the delegates that she needs to clinch the nomination. while trump needs just 242 more delegates to clinch the gop nomination. we have more from indianapolis. >> if we win indiana, it's over. >> reporter: with 57 delegates up for grabs, a big victory in indiana would all but seal the republican nomination for donald trump.
he's currently only 244 delegates away from clinching it. >> now i'm going to start focusing on hillary. that's going to be so easy. >> reporter: the latest poll shows donald trump has a 15-point lead over ted cruz in indiana. cruz barrelled through the state last week. he had five stops alone on monday. his goal is to deny trump delegates and force a contested convention. >> the entire country is depending on the state of indiana to pull us back from this cliff. >> reporter: in the democratic race, bernie sanders rallied supporters here in indianapolis. he's in a virtual tie with hillary clinton in indiana, where 92 delegates are at stake, but clinton has a commanding lead nationally. that's because the super delegates, party leaders who can commit to either candidate, are overwhelmingly backing clinton. sanders is asking them to reconsider. >> i know that by far bernie sanders is the strongest candidate to defeat donald trump.
>> i really do want to just get into it. >> reporter: clinton spent the day campaigning in kentucky and west virginia, where voters go to the polls later this month. cbs news, indianapolis. >> and we'll have more on the indiana primary when we talk with john heilemann, managing editor of bloomberg politics. that's coming up on "cbs this morning." well, another strong storm system is moving from the southeast up the atlantic coast this morning. heavy rain, thunder, and hail is possible from the gulf coast to the northeast today. a bolt of lightning struck just behind the capitol last night. look at that. the weather system moved across north carolina yesterday, where powerful winds knocked a large tree through the roof of a house in greensboro. detroit's public school teachers will not be on the job again today. a sick out over money began yesterday, shutting down most of the city school system. michigan's governor says the move is not constructive. the teachers union plans to rally later today.
thousands of detroit teachers walked off the job monday in a wage dispute, forcing 94 out of 97 city schools to close and leaving more than 47,000 students out of class. ivy bailey is the interim teachers union president. >> june the 30th. we're being told our school system is basically broke. >> the sick out was called because the city schools are expected to run out of cash july 1st. no money for teachers, no funding for summer school or special education programs. detroit school district, which has dilapidated buildings, some crawling with mold and infested with rodents, has been in debt for several years now, staying afloat by asking for short-term loans from the state. it now owes $3.5 billion. michigan state legislators are debating the merit of a bailout package that could tide the teachers over this summer. but right now the money isn't there. >> they need to put themselves in our shoes. they need to act like they're a
parent and their child goes to detroit public schools. what type of school system would you want your child going to? >> the schools are hardly detroit's only problem. for the last few days, thousands of people lined up here to make sure they're not deprived of a basic necessity, water. starting today at 8:00 a.m., detroit, a city of 700,000 people, will turn off the tap for the 20,000 households which still have not paid their water bill and chosen not to take advantage of payment plans the city is offering. 53-year-old fay paul lost her nursing job last year, and a bad hip has left her immobile, unable to work, and to pay off her $1800 water bill. >> i feel destitute. i feel like i'm in a third-world country. well, johnson & johnson has been ordered to pay tens of millions of dollars after losing a talc cancer lawsuit. a south dakota jury ordered them to pay $55 million to a woman who says the use of talcum
powder caused her ovarian cancer. it is the second such case johnson & johnson has lost. in a statement, johnson & johnson said, unfortunately the jury's decision goes against 30 years of studies by medical experts around the world that continue to support the safety of cosmetic talc. the company says it will appeal. and it may take months if not years to sort out prince's estate. five of prince's six siblings were in court yesterday. prince died last month apparently without leaving a will. a special administrator has been appointed to manage prince's assets. >> all the attorneys met with the judge in his private chambers to discuss the lay of the land. we were all quite pleased. >> aside from his home, prince's assets include his music catalog, said to be worth more than half a billion dollars. that doesn't include unreleased music that may be in his vault. the zika virus may spread further into the u.s. than first
thought. at first, it was thought to be carried by a mosquito generally limited to the south. now it's been found in another mosquito found as far north as connecticut, maine, and minnesota. zika can cause birth defects, but so far there have been no cases of mosquito-born zika in the u.s. the first passengers to sail from the u.s. to cuba in some 40 years began their second day of an eight-day visit this morning. carnival cruise's adonia arrived in havana yesterday after a 17-hour crossing of the florida straits. the trip became possible when cuban/american relations improved in 2014. 16 cuban-americans made the trip. fans of a perennial underdog in british soccer are overjoyed this morning. they'll be doing that all day long, i'm sure.
the leicester city foxes are champions for the first time in their 132-year history. they clinched the english premier league title last night when a rival was held to a tie. before the season, leicester was a 5,000 to 1 shot to win it all. maybe somebody made some big bucks off that. coming up on "the morning news," preserving a crime scene. why the smithsonian is interested in the gazebo where tamir rice was killed by police. and later, we'll take you to the met gala, where a-list celebrities brought their fashion a-game. this is "cbs morning news." fashion a-game. this is "cbs morning news." s. it's my job and it's also my passion. but with my back pain i couldn't sleep... so i couldn't get up in time. then i found aleve pm. aleve pm is the only one to combine a safe sleep aid plus the 12-hour strength of aleve...
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world, drawing all of its power from the sun. couture and technology came together for cutting-edge fashion at the 2016 met gala in new york city. jamie yuccas shows us some of the best looks of the night. >> reporter: hollywood's biggest stars marvelled in metallics during fashion's biggest night. >> it's a bit overwhelming, but it's exciting. >> reporter: actress naomi watts was among those who nailed the trend in a burberry gown. some celeb couples went for a robotic love theme, including gigi hadid and zayn malik. kim and kanye matched ensembles for the night. material girl madonna was also quite flashy with this daring red carpet look. >> you look just as good from the front as you do from the back. >> reporter: not to be outdone, lady gaga matched a beaded jacket with fish nets and platform boots. this year's theme, fashion in the age of technology.
up until the event, taylor swift had kept people guessing, telling "vogue" magazine she planned to come as a robot. instead, she dazzled in a louis vuitton mini. she and idris elba served as co-chairs. >> super exciting. >> reporter: the more than 600-person guest list is notoriously strict. guests are given strict instructions on dress code by "vogue" editor in chief anna wintour. superstar beyonce managed to possibly save the best for last, arriving fashionably late in this beaded latex gown. jamie yuccas, cbs news, new york. >> the night raises money for anna wintour's costume set at the met. an individual ticket can cost $25,000. unbelievable. the gowns probably cost that much too. the gazebo where tamir rice was killed may be saved. and a man accused of trying to bomb a miami jewish center is in
court. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the miami herald" reports the arrest of a man accused of plots to blow up a synagogue in miami. prosecutors say james medina brought what he thought was a bomb from an undercover agent. court papers show no link between the suspect and any international militant group. cleveland.com reports that a gazebo where tamir rice was fatally shot by police might be preserved. demolition was delayed after a request from the smithsonian. it's discussing options for preserving the gazebo given its importance to african-american history. 12-year-old rice was killed in 2014 after police thought the toy gun he was carrying was real. "the tennessean" reports that employees of public universities are now allowed to carry guns on campuses in the state. the governor let the bill become law yesterday without his signature. weapons are still banned from stadiums, gyms, and personnel meetings. "the tampa tribune" reports hulk
hogan is suing gawker again. he claims the website leaked sealed court documents that quote him making racist remarks. hogan won a $140 million verdict against gawker just last month because it posted a video of him having sex. and "variety" reports there truly is no rest for the wicked. at least not for those staging the musical of the same name. "wicked" topped $4 billion in global box office proceeds last week. it's already passed the billion-dollar mark on broadway alone. and coming up on "cbs this morning," more from broadway. we'll have the announcement of this year's tony award nominations. still to come, starbucks is in a bit of a brouhaha there. the coffee giant is being sued over its iced coffee, accusing it of maybe skimping on the coffee. a little more ice than coffee. coffee. a little more ice than coffee.
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a vacation? not so good news though. wait times at airport security are expected to be even longer this summer. airport travel officials blame a perfect storm of new procedures, more passengers, and shortages of money and staff. they advise allowing hours, not minutes, to get through check points during the peak travel season. on money watch, a popular instant message app is shut down in brazil. and an iced coffee controversy at starbucks. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with more. >> stocks rebounded after last week's big tech selloff. the dow gained 117 points. the s&p rose 16. the nasdaq finished 42 points higher. a judge in brazil ordered wireless phone operators in the country to block whatsapp for 72 hours. that's the messaging service owned by facebook. officials accuse whatsapp of failing to turn over data on users for an investigation into organized crime.
whatsapp says it encrypts its messages to protect users' privacy and it doesn't have that information. prince and beyonce dominated this week's billboard album charts. beyonce's "lemonade" debuted at number one. the biggest week for an album this year. prince's albums had five of the top ten spots. "lemonade" is the sixth solo album from beyonce. 485,000 albums were sold. it was streamed 115 million times. meanwhile, the very best of prince, last week's number one, fell to second place, with 216,000 album sales and 3.6 million streams. if you're in the market for a virtual reality headset, the oculus rift will be available at best buy and online at amazon and microsoft beginning this friday. oculus decided to make a small number of headsets available while it tries to catch up on preorders.
they've run into supply problems due to a shortage of certain parts. and a chicago woman has filed a federal lawsuit against starbucks, claiming it puts too much ice in its cold drinks. the suit claims that starbucks misleads consumers by filling its drinks with ice instead of the advertised amount of coffee or other beverage. according to the suit, an iced drink at starbucks advertised at 24 ounces only has about 14 ounces of coffee. starbucks, meanwhile, says the suit is without merit. anne-marie? >> enough ice to give me brain freeze every time. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot, jill. still ahead, the prince and the prime minister. britain's prince harry meets with canada's prime minister in a countdown to the invictus games for wounded vets. . 24 hours. zero heartburn.
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♪ ready? let's go. >> for fans of basketball or '90s pop culture, some very good news this morning. "space jam" starring michael jordan is reportedly getting a reboot according to the hollywood reporter. rumor has it cavaliers star lebron james will headline the sequel. prince harry is on the road to promote his invictus games. he watched some hockey with canadian prime minister justin trudeau last night in toronto. the city will host the games in 2017. this year's games are next week in florida. and first lady michelle obama makes back-to-back cameos in primetime to help service members. she joined dr. jill biden last night on "the voice" to promote
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here's another look at this morning's top stories. a convincing win in today's indiana primary by donald trump could effectively end the race for the gop presidential nomination. the latest polls show trump with a big lead. the democratic race appears to be neck and neck, but hillary clinton still has more than 90% of the delegates needed to clinch her party's nomination. and biggest celebrities attended last night's gala at new york's metropolitan museum of art. guests are given strict instructions on the dress code, and the gala raises money for the met's costume institute. the zika virus has been discovered in a second kind of mosquitos that ranges as far north as minnesota and maine.
dr. john lapook has more. >> reporter: it was cloudy and cool in connecticut today, but phil armstrong was thinking about warm weather and mosquitos. he heads up mosquito surveillance for the state of connecticut. the cdc says the main species that carries zika could extend into connecticut this summer. but armstrong is more concerned about another species, known as the asian tiger mosquito. about two weeks ago for the first time during the current outbreak, the virus was found in these mosquitos in mexico. that species is very common in connecticut. >> in the last five years, the number have increased substantially. the numbers are still relatively low compared to other mosquitos we have in the state, but the trends are that mosquito is increasing. >> reporter: armstrong says mosquito season in connecticut
ramps up in june. >> reporter: that's when special traps will catch them, and his lab will begin testing them for zika. but with more than 50 species of mosquito in the state, armstrong will not be taking any chances. >> we will be testing all the mosquitos we collect, all the different species, all 50 of them. we'll be testing theme for zika virus. >> reporter: the fact that armstrong plans to test more than 50 species underscores the uncertainty surrounding the current outbreak. health officials want to identify any mosquitos carrying zika as soon as possible and hit them with full-scale eradication efforts. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," an exclusive update with brussels bombing victim as he's reunited with his daughters for the first time since the attacks. >> when you get out of something like this alive, you feel pretty confident. you feel confident that you can overcome anything. and we'll go behind the scenes with yelp to find out how
may 3. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. it is just 4:29 and we're all kind of sniffling this morning because allergies, right? >> i couldn't even open my eye this is morning. >> yeah. >> or comb my hair because i couldn't open my eyes. >> your daughter is suffering, as well. >> yeah. but hopefully she got some medication so she will hopefully feel better soon. we are overcast this tuesday. we have heavy fog lining the coast and now trying to push onshore. we'll possibly have there's at sfo due to a low ceiling. temperatures 51 at sfo. 57 san jose. later today once the fog scrubs out we'll have mostly cloudy skies, rain well to the north of the bay area. temperatures from 60 to 78 degrees. we have your full forecast coming up in a matter of minutes. but right now, let's bring