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from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm jericka duncan. ♪ it's friday, may 6th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." more trouble for donald trump as speaker paul ryan says he's not ready to rally behind his party's presumptive nominee. trump's reply to the republican leader. playing a game of mercedes pinball. >> a murder suspect leads police on a wild chase. keeping cops and commuters waiting for hours while he's holed up behind the wheel. spacex success. while you were sleeping an unmanned rocket lifted off and landed at sea. why the touchdown surprised even spacex engineers.
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and clerks fight back when a robber climbs over the counter. the beatdown that had the the beatdown that had the suspect sprinting away. captioning funded by cbs good morning from the studio 57 newsroom in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the race for the republican presidential nomination exposed some very public divisions within the party, but this may be the topper. the party's highest ranking elected official, speaker of the house paul ryan, is refusing to support donald trump. this is a turn around for ryan who has said for months he would support the gop nominee. hannah daniels is here in new york. good morning. >> reporter: presumptive gop nominee donald trump is struggling to build unity within his own party. on thursday, house speaker paul ryan declined to support trump while likely democratic contender hillary clinton focused her efforts on winning california and securing her
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party's nomination. donald trump pressed ahead with his campaign thursday, urging supporters in west virginia to save their energy for november. >> save your vote for the general election, okay? forget this one. the primary is gone. >> reporter: despite being the only candidate left standing on the gop side, trump is facing difficulty building support within the party. yesterday house speaker paul ryan became the latest voice refusing to back his candidacy. >> i'm just not ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. i think what is necessary to make this work, for this to unify, is to actually take our principles and advance them. >> reporter: trump fired back in a statement saying he's not ready to support speaker ryan's agenda. he saved his sharpest jabs of the night for likely democratic opponent hillary clinton, branding her family foundation a scam. >> i gave money to the foundation. i figured maybe they'll use it properly. i didn't know they'd use it to fly around on private jets. >> reporter: outside a rally in
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california, clinton was met by protesters wary of her record. inside, she urged supporters to help her defeat rival bernie sanders and wrap up the democratic nomination. >> we have to turn out a big vote on june the 7th. >> reporter: voters in west virginia and nebraska weigh in next when the states hold primary contests tuesday. rnc chair reince priebus says trump and ryan will possibly meet next week. building party unity is likely to be at the top of the agenda. >> hannah daniels here in new york, thanks a lot. donald trump celebrated cinco de mayo with this tweet. a picture of himself feasting on a taco bowl with the caption, happy cinco de mayo. the best taco bowls are made in trump tower grill. i love hispanics. well, cinco de mayo commemorates a key victory by the mexican army over the french. coming up, we'll discuss the
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split in the gop with former republican white house chief of staff andrew card. a major east/west freeway in southern california reopened early this morning after a police chase stranded thousands of motorists. police chased a murder suspect considered armed and dangerous on the 91 freeway. earlier they grabbed the suspect after firing teargas into a black car. the chase shut down the freeway in anaheim for hours. a key commuter route into and out of l.a. the freeway was backed up for miles during rush hour. in alberta, canada, officials hope to begin moving thousands of evacuees stranded in oil work camps north of a massive wildfire. but the fire is spreading. nearly 90,000 people were forced to evacuate from ft. mcmurray. now flames have reached the small town of anzac to the south. the fire burned some 1,600 buildings in ft. mcmurray. there have been no injuries reported, but entire neighborhoods have been reduced to ash. officials say it will take
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mother nature to stop the fire. >> air tankers are not going to stop this fire. this fire is an extreme fire event. it's going to continue to push through these dry conditions until we get some significant rain to help us. >> the fire has burned nearly 330 square miles. no rain is expected in the area until tomorrow. a fire at a houston warehouse is now under control. the four-alarm fire started yesterday morning. it destroyed the building and raised concerns about the release of hazardous material. a nearby elementary school was evacuated, but there are no reports of any injuries. what appears to be an electrical explosion shut down parts of the washington, d.c., subway system. service was suspended yesterday afternoon, but no injuries are reported. today officials are expected to unveil a plan to overhaul the metro system. seven people were injured when severe turbulence rocked an allegiant airlines charter
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flight. it was en route from the dominican republic to pittsburgh when it made an emergency landing in ft. lauderdale yesterday. it hit rough air near the bahamas. passengers and crew were slammed around the cabin. >> just normal turbulence and suddenly the plane just was taking a nosedive. felt like i was on a roller coaster going straight down. >> thought i was going to die, it felt like. really scary. >> the injured, three passengers and four crew members, were treated at a hospital. for the first time, the federal government is regulating the electronic cigarette industry. the devices will no longer be sold to anyone under 18 and require new health warnings. hundreds of brands will now have to get fda approval. the vaping industry says many small businesses will be forced to close. kenneth craig has our report. >> reporter: dethis woman runs three vaping stories in new york city. she's worried the new fda rules could ruin her business.
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>> horrifying. potentially disastrous. >> reporter: manufacturers of most electronic cigarettes will now have to undergo federal review to stay on the market. >> these regulations are common sense. people who buy e-cigarettes and other tobacco products deserve to have the facts. >> reporter: it also bans selling e-cigarettes, cigars and hookah products to anyone under 18. the move comes as e-cigarette use is on the rise among young americans. e-cigarette sales soared to a $3.5 billion business last year, but sales have recently slowed over questions about their safety. while the possible health benefits and harms of e-cigarettes remain unclear, many in the vaping community claim they've helped smokers quit regular cigarettes and are less harmful. industry spokespeople call the rules draconian. >> it will put a lot of them out of the business if changes are not made because it will be an extremely expensive and onerous process for them to comply. >> reporter: she's more concerned about her customers than her business.
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>> it ends up leaving us in a situation where we have nothing that will work for certain people, and they return to combustible tobacco. >> reporter: the new rule goes into effect in 90 days. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. north carolina lawmakers are in no rush to meet a federal deadline on a law the justice department says discriminates against transgender people. house bill 2 requires transgender people to use bathrooms conforming to their birth certificates. the justice department set a monday deadline for the state to declare the rule will not be enforced. the north carolina house speaker said there will be no action by monday and, quote, we will not be bullied by the obama administration. there's a new accusation in the penn state child sex abuse scandal that coach joe paterno allegedly knew for decades about abuse by jerry sandusky. they claim a boy told paterno in 1976 that sandusky had raped
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him. paterno did not report allegations until 2010. paterno died in 2012. sandusky is serving decades in prison for sexually assaulting ten boys. prosecutors will seek the death penalty for the killer known as the grime sleeper. lonnie franklin jr. was convicted yesterday on ten counts of murder. he targeted poor, young black women. >> almost all of them were found in filthy alleyways, mostly in south los angeles. all of them were dumped like trash. >> the killings took place over a 22-year span starting in 1985. dna linked the former trash collector to crimes. north korea's ruling party is holding its first full congress in 36 years today. but whether it will lift the veil on kim jong-un's secretive regime isn't known. foreign journalists were not admitted to the site. the congress has authority on paper, but power is closely held by kim and his inner circle.
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coming up on the "morning news," hand signals from johnny manziel? the former browns quarterback may have been sending a message during his latest court appearance. and the falcon has landed. spacex nails another successful landing at sea. this is the "cbs morning news." this portion of the "cbs morning news" sponsored by sea-bond denture adhesive. no pasty ooze. e paste to sea-bond denture adhesive seals. holds stronger than the leading paste all day... without the ooze. feel secure. be yourself. with stronger, clean sea-bond.
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don't do it. don't you dare. i don't think so! [ sighs ] it's okay, big fella. we're gonna get through this together. [ baseball bat cracks ] nice rip, robbie. ♪ raaah! when you bundle home and auto insurance through progressive, you get more than just a big discount. i gonna need you to leave. you get relentless protection. [ baseball bat cracks ] and it looks like we have landing. >> spacex launched a satellite this morning from cape canaveral but once again, it's the return that's making headlines. for the second straight month, it landed a rocket on an open platform. because of the high altitude needed, spacex did not expect a successful landing. spacex is pioneering the reuse
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of rocket boosters to make launches more affordable. there's a questionable gesture from johnny manziel, and a new jersey town is on edge with an escaped prisoner on the loose. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the new york times" reports the lockdown of some southern new jersey schools because of an escaped prisoner. arthur buckle fled a minimum security facility tuesday. he was spotted the next day by a store security camera. he has a previous manslaughter conviction and would have been eligible for parole in just two weeks. the "minneapolis star tribune" reports that arsenio hall is suing sinead o'connor for saying he supplied drugs to prince. the libel filing over her facebook post seeks more than $5 million in damages. the suit claims the singer barely knew prince and despised him. the "dallas morning news" reports on johnny manziel's antics during a hearing on a domestic abuse misdemeanor. court observers say the former cleveland browns quarterback held up a middle
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finger behind his back, possibly directed at the media. the judge ordered him to have no contact with his ex-girlfriend. and the "seattle times" reports the arrest of a man who witnesses say fled a car crash with a monkey on his back. you heard me right. a bystander snapped a photo at the scene on wednesday. the man faces an array of traffic charges, and the marmoset is in the custody of the suspect's mother. i don't know. i don't know. still ahead, turning the tables. a man trying to rob a pregnant clerk finds himself under attack by another worker at the gas station. to help protect your dog or cat from fleas and ticks. with the performance you expect from a monthly topical in a non-greasy collar... seresto® kills and repels fleas and ticks for 8 continuous months. seresto®. from bayer.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. a would-be robber in ohio picked the wrong gas station when he tried to grab the cash drawer from a pregnant woman. this happened wednesday in toledo. workers counterattacked. one pounded him with a fire extinguisher. he did get away, but police are looking for him. on the cbs moneywatch, t-mobile's latest giveaway and the iconic newspaper gets into the food delivery business. i want to hear about this. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. stocks were flat as they wait for the april jobs report. it's due out today before the opening bell.
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yesterday the dow rose 9 points. the s&p fell less than a point. the nasdaq lost 8. a new twist to t-mobile's ongoing uncarrier promotion. they're giving away company stock. among the weekly giveaways they may get a one-time grant of one quarter of a share of t-mobile stock. it's currently trading at about $40 a share. customers may also be in line for free domino's pizza, a wendy's frosty or free movie download. it's all the news that's fit to eat. "the new york times" will begin selling and delivering ingredients from its cooking website. they're teaming up with the meal delivery start-up chef'd. they'll get the ingredients within 48 hours of placing an order. they are looking for new ways to make money amid the uncertain future of publishing. that service is starting this summer. apple says a glitch that broke the search function in its app store yesterday has been resolved. customers used it to find apps
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for the iphone, ipad and other mobile devices. apple did not reveal the cause of the problem. welcome to walmart. the retail giant is bringing back its front door greeters. walmart moved the employees to the back of the store four years ago to help with other tasks like guiding customers to checkout lines, but it made it harder to say hello to customers as they walked in. walmart hopes it will improve customer service and cut down on shoplifting. and talk about finger-licking good. kentucky fried chicken in hong kong is marketing nail polish that tastes like, you guessed it, chicken. it's all designed to appeal to young customers who love food and fashion. the nail polish comes in three flavors, original, hot and spicy. you just apply, let it dry and then lick. i don't know what to say. >> i don't know what to say either. from faux pas to fashion forward, licking your fingers in front of other people. what would -- pardon? >> it's giving new meaning to
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chicken fingers. >> definitely. i think miss manners would not approve. >> no. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks. still to come -- celebrating the uso. comedian david letterman makes a rare public appearance to mark a milestone for a group that's been entertaining the troops for decades. orneys has provided guidance to over 100,000 people just like you. visit legalzoom today. the legal help you can count on. legalzoom. legal help is here. with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, the delicious taste of nutella takes pancakes to a whole new level.
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,,,, here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. a comedy show with a serious purpose brought vips to joint base andrews. the first couple were joined yesterday by david letterman and jon stewart. it marked the 75th anniversary of the uso and the fifth year for the joining forces program
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to help veterans. >> if you want a job done right, hire a vet. hire a military spouse. they know how to handle stress. they know how to do the job. >> the president urged americans to help the 200,000 veterans who transition to civilian life every year. and while the united services organization continues to help veterans, it's honoring a veteran of its own. 98-year-old maribel ashton had volunteered as a dancer to boost the morale of men heading for battle in world war ii. >> i think it gave them hope. hope for the future and hope for themselves. >> ashton is an original uso member, and she is still active. she turns 99 next month. and the gavel is falling on "the good wife." after seven seasons and a handful of emmys, it comes to a close this sunday. how will it end for alicia florrick?
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catch the series finale on cbs sunday night at 9:00 eastern. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," moms who overshare on facebook. you know who you are. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." allergies with nasal congestion? find fast relief behind the counter with claritin-d. [ upbeat music ] strut past that aisle for the allergy relief that starts working in as little as 30 minutes and contains the best oral decongestant. live claritin clear, with claritin-d.
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here's another look at this morning's top stories. the highest ranking republican elected official, speaker of the house paul ryan, says he is not ready to support donald trump. trump says he's not ready to support ryan's agenda. trump and ryan are expected to meet next week in washington. and a wildfire in western canada is on the move. the out-of-control fire burned entire neighborhoods in ft. mcmurray, alberta. nearly 90,000 people were forced to evacuate. this morning the fire reached a small town to the south. officials hope to relocate thousands of evacuees who had fled the fire to the north. this sunday, we are celebrating moms on mother's day. and for one woman in new york, it's an extra special time. hannah daniels has the story.
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>> daddy's going to take your picture. >> reporter: sarah is grateful for her little girl sasha and her own health this mother's day. in november, she and her husband received shocking news. >> we found out we were having the baby with a home pregnancy test, and a week later found out we had cancer. >> reporter: the 34-year-old needed a series of scans right away which involved radiation. >> we decided after weighing the risks and benefits that it was more beneficial to get the mammogram. so we shielded the baby. >> reporter: scans showed cancer in both breasts. dr. sharon rosenbaum smith from mt. sinai west says many treatments are safe for pregnant women, but it's best to wait until after the first trimester. >> there are certain ones you cannot give during pregnancy, but there are other chemo regiments which are absolutely safe. >> reporter: sarah had surgery to remove the cancer then started chemotherapy. >> all the things you can't do when pregnant.
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can't eat certain fish and a hot dog. how can you put chemicals in your body? it just seems crazy. >> reporter: sarah finished chemo just before sasha was born. she still needs radiation she couldn't have during the pregnancy. >> really good care and support with my husband and family. so i feel really lucky. >> reporter: she's thankful she was able to get the treatment she needed and that her baby is perfectly healthy. >> it's good it all ends up in this. this little girl. >> reporter: hannah daniel, cbs news, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," norah is in orlando with a preview of the invictus games. and we'll meet a wounded veteran who is competing. plus, a funny look at how some moms overshare on facebook. yes, you do. and ahead of tomorrow's kentucky derby, we'll have the story of a thoroughbred, uncle mo, who is responsible for three of this year's racers. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ,,,,
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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, everyone. a live look at the transamerica pyramid. this is from the roof on top of the kpix 5 studios.
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it's friday! it's our favorite day of the week. >> all right! [ applause ] >> we made it. >> that deserves a round of applause. it's may 6. >> i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. >> roberta, possible rain this weekend? >> saturday. but sunday for mother's day. my gift to all mothers, no rain in the forecast! another day of possible rain today. that's in the forecast. but primarily, the main feature is another round of thunderstorms right here in the bay area. another good possibility. hi, everybody. this is a live look at mineta international airport overcast skies. temperature-wise, 52 degrees in santa rosa to 58 degrees in oakland. it's mild as you step foot out the door. later today with mostly cloudy skies and few sunny breaks, temperatures in the 50s and 60s. we'll talk more about the unsettled weather pattern and the mother's day forecast but right now let's say good morning to gianna. good morning. we have a lot of construction this morning. westbound


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