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has done before. 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. bernie sanders netted another big win against hillary clinton. this time in the west virginia primary. while donald trump running unopposed won in west virginia and nebraska. sanders easily beat clinton in a state she won in 2008. he's now beaten her in 19 primaries and caucuses, but she is now 144 delegates short of the number needed to secure the nomination. >> reporter: bernie sanders has won the west virginia democratic primary defeating hillary clinton. sanders celebrated the victory during a rally salem, oregon. >> this is a state, west virginia, where hillary clinton
won by over 40 points against barack obama in 2008! [ cheers ] >> reporter: clinton still has a big delegate lead. a new poll of key swing states shows clinton and presumptive republican nominee donald trump in a match-up. clinton spent the week in kentucky ahead of the primary mr >> with someone like donald trump you would see a race to the bottom across our country with working families paying the price. i don't think there's a risk we can afford. >> reporter: trump ran effectively unopposed tuesday. in exit polls, a majority of republicans in west virginia and nebraska said they felt betrayed by their party. republicans also said they feel the party is divided now but will unite come november. >> i would like to see unity in the party. i believe we'll have great unity in the party. >> reporter: that process may begin as soon as thursday when trump meets with house speaker paul ryan and other
congressional republicans. craig boswell, cbs news, washington. it wasn't a loss, but clinton split a key demographic with sanders -- women. exit polling by cbs news shows half the women who voted in the west virginia democratic primary voted for sanders. coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll discuss the latest primary results with cbs news political director and "face the nation" moderator, john dickerson. more severe weather is a possibility today in the midwest and southern plains. at least ten people were injured after powerful storms, including tornadoes, hit kentucky. thunderstorm watches are posted for tennessee and kentucky this morning. at least one tornado rolled through western kentucky yesterday, damaging an unknown number of homes and businesses. the city of mayfield suffered significant damage. in massachusetts police identified the suspect in a stabbing rampage that moved from a home to a crowded mall. two people were killed and four wounded. the suspect of shot dead by an off-duty sheriff. law enforcement has yet to
determine a motive for the attack. hena daniels is here in new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. authorities are trying to figure out what led to a deadly stabbing spree near boston on tuesday. police say 28-year-old arthur derosa stabbed two people at a home in taunton before assaulting several others at a mall. >> tragedy certainly hit the city oftaunton hard this evening. >> reporter: the chaos ended at the silver city galleria mall in town tan tuesday night. >> we saw the cars dove in. >> reporter: that's where authorities say arthur derosa crashed a stolen honda into a storefront before trapping several inside. stunned witnesses looked on as witnesses came rushing out. >> there was a pregnant lady who came out. she was holding her stomach. after her, there was a guy who came out who was stabbed in the chest. >> reporter: police officers with rifles then stormed the mall, confronting the suspect at a restaurant where he continued his attack. a 56-year-old man was fatally wounded. the suspect was shot and killed
by an off-duty deputy who was on the scene. >> it appears so far that but for the actions of the deputy sheriff there may well have been other victims. >> reporter: the spree started after derosa crashed a car some three miles away. they say he exited the vehicle and gained access to a home where he stabbed two people including an 80-year-old woman who died. officials do not believe terrorism played a role in the attacks. four other victims were hospitalized. at least one of them is being treated for life threatening injuries. >> hena daniels here in new york, thank you very much, hena. now to the investigation into the death of prince. investigators returned to his minnesota home amid reports that a doctor saw prince twice in the months before he died, including the day before his death. jamie yuccas has our report. >> reporter: officers from carver county, minnesota, led more than a dozen unmarked cars
into prince's home at paisley park tuesday evening. sources tell cbs news an investigation is underway. the sheriff's department said detectives were revisiting the scene at paisley park as a component of a complete investigation, adding that the building is enormous. earlier in the day, the "los angeles times" reported the artist was seen by dr. michael schulenberg on two occasions including the day before prince died. a warrant said the doctor prescribed prince medications, but it's not known what they were or whether he took them. the "los angeles times" said the doctor performed tests on the singer and went to paisley park to drop off the results. when he arrived, prince was dead. a law enforcement official told cbs news investigators are looking into prince died from an overdose. prescription drugs were found at prince's home. jamie yuccas, cbs news, new york. >> dr. schulenberg is no longer employed at north memorial clinic in minnetonka. the musician was found unresponsive in an elevator at
his paisley park home on april 21st. when paramedics arrived, he was pronounced dead. one senator is asking for senators from facebook. facebook said it found no evidence to back up allegations that conservative viewpoints are excluded. south dakota senator john thune want to know who at the company controls trending topics, what sort of training they receive, and whether the company is investigating. two other senators want airlines to stop charging baggage fees this summer. connecticut's richard blumenthal and edward markey of massachusetts sent a letter to 12 major u.s. airlines. they say canceling the fees would speed up inspections and would mean fewer carry-on bags. an industry spokesman said it would be better if there were more tsa screeners. critics contend president obama's upcoming visit to hiroshima will be viewed as an apology no matter how the white house frames it. later this month, mr. obama will
become the first sitting president to visit the japanese city where during world war ii the u.s. dropped the first atomic bomb. it's estimated 140,000 people were killed. the white house says the president will not revisit the decision to drop the bomb. the brazilian senate is scheduled to vote today on whether to impeach president dilma rousseff. her supporters set fires and marched through the streets of sao paolo yesterday. she allegedly broke fiscal rules in managing the national budget. the justice department has decided not to seek the death penalty against the suspected libyan militant charged in the attack against the u.s. diplomatic compound in libya. the department says it wants to make sure ahmed abu khattala is held accountable. the u.s. ambassador and three other americans were killed. if convicted, khattala could face life in prison. this morning, the navy is confirming the death of a s.e.a.l. team candidate during
training in california. james lovelace passed out last week after doing underwater stress tests in a pool. the 21-year-old seaman enlisted six months ago. the seales training is considered among the toughest. a law student asked to wear a hijab as part of her uniform. the military college denied her request saying the citadel has relied upon a highly effective model that has all cadets wear the same uniform, the hijab is a head and chest veil worn by muslim women. west point says 16 black female cadets who posed with raised fists in a graduation picture will not be punished. critics said it could be interpreted as a political statement. the academy ruled it simply showed pride and unity. coming up, a head-scratching poll on donald trump. americans choose head lice over trump in the white house in a revealing survey.
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dangerous substances. documents obtained b per reveal repeated safety violations at labs run by the centers for disease control and prevention. the labs work with bacteria, viruses, and toxins that could be used as weapons. charges against two sheriff's deputies in the beating of a car theft suspect. surveillance video shows the deputies hitting the man as they arrested him last november in san francisco. the deputies face felony assault counts and are expected to surrender today. "the denver post" reports that frontier airlines accused of discriminating against pilots are pregnant or breast-feeding. the aclu complained to the government about the carrier. four pilots said frontier failed to accommodate them before and after they gave birth by providing time or a place to pump breast milk. new york's "daily news" reports that nearly twice as many people would prefer having head lice over a donald trump presidency? respondents also preferred root
canals, jury duty, and used car salesmen over trump. a survey was done by public policy polling. "the new york times" explains why hillary clinton is picking up support from those interested in ufos. the democratic front-runner has mentioned during the campaign that she would consider making the government's x-files public. ufo enthusiasts are calling her the first e.t. candidate. still ahead, speaking of that, galactic discovery. nasa confirms a historic number of new planets including some which may sustain life. and red, white, and beer. a popular beer goes patriotic for the election. sfx: smack! now you can order, scan and unlock in-game rewards based on "the angry birds movie," rated pg only in theaters. make healthy saychoices.ten but up to 90% fall short in getting key nutrients ... ... from food alone.
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definition of healthy, and a special beer hits the shelves just in time for election season. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. moves by the chinese government to boost export sent stocks on wall street to their biggest gain in two months. the dow added 222 points, the s&p gained 25, the nasdaq rose 59. a federal judge blocked a proposed merger between staples and office depot. the $6.3 billion deal would have joined the nation's two largest office supply chains. the federal trade commission sought to block the deal. a judge ruled that the merger had a reasonable probability of hurting competition. kroger is hiring. the supermarket chain plans to hire 14,000 employees during a nationwide job fair. it's filling positions at all of its chains including ralph's fred meyer, and food for less. you can apply on line at jobs.kroger.com and show up saturday between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. for an interview. walmart is suing visa for
allowing customers to perform chip-enabled transactions with a signature instead of personal identification number. walmart says the practice is less secure and costs more. chip cards are considered more difficult to hack. the food and drug administration is rethinking healthy. last year the fda sent a warning to the maker of kind fruit and nut bars saying they had too much saturated fat to be labeled as healthy. kind said the fat in its bars comes from nuts and called for a reevaluation. yesterday, the fda said just because foods do not meet the current criteria for the term healthy doesn't mean that they are unhealthy. and anne-marie, are you ready to toast america with beer? this summer, budweiser is renaming its beer "america," that will include new labels and images associated with the u.s. the marketing campaign, america is in your hands, will last through the election in november.
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head in 2013. tuesday, the army sergeant won her second gold medal at the invictus games while prince harry cheered from the stands. he established the paralympic games to help soldiers recover from both their physical and emotional wounds. >> that's what this event's about, overcoming. >> reporter: jennifer schubel won two gold medals in cycling. the army vet suffered a brain injury during training. she says the camaraderie is especially rewarding. >> talking to other soldiers, talking about how we cope, getting different strategies. i never realized how much i would learn from this event. >> reporter: and she says there's a special royal bonus when you win at the invictus games. >> he's a prince! i mean, how many women get to get kissed on the podium by prince harry? >> reporter: don champion, cbs news, orlando. >> that is special. coming up after the local news on "cbs this morning," singer jon bon jovi. this is the "cbs morning news." this is the "cbs morning news."
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here's another look at this morning's top stories -- at least ten people were injured when a tornado ripped through western kentucky yesterday. the city of mayfield was hard hit. an unknown number of homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed. and bernie sanders easily beat hillary clinton in the west virginia primary. it is a state clinton won in 2008. sanders has now won 19 primaries and caucuses, but clinton is just 144 delegates away from securing the nomination. donald trump won uncontested primaries in west virginia and nebraska. london's new merritt is striking back at donald trump's call for a temporary ban on muslims entering the united states. mark phillips reports.
[ cheers ] >> reporter: sadik khan was apparently not the sort of muslim donald trump had in mind when he announced his proposed ban. kahn has just been elected mayor of london, the first muslim mayor of a major capital. would he like all other muslims be banned from the u.s. under the trump plan? not necessarily trump told "the new york times" in an interview, "there will always be exceptions." kahn has told donald trump what to do with his exceptions. >> i think donald trump has ignorant views about islam. it's not just about me. i'm not the exception to be allowed to go to america. >> reporter: and he doesn't want to take lessons from donald trump on how to deal with islamic extremism either. trump's way, kahn says, is the wrong way. >> my concern is he's playing to the hands of extremists who say it's not compatible to be western and to be mainstream
muslim. i think london showed that it is. >> reporter: kahn was elected with the largest majority any london mayor has ever won. and this despite having to defend himself against the claim he was sympathetic to extremist views. he said his opponent's campness run "right out of the donald trump playbook." normally foreign politicians don't meddle in u.s. domestic politics. kahn is making an exception. in a presumed race between hillary clinton and donald trump, he says he hopes she flashes him. mark phillips, cbs news, london. still in london, the camera catches queen elizabeth making a candid comment about the chinese government. it happened yesterday during a buckingham palace garden party. >> i present commander -- a commander with the chinese state visit.
>> oh -- >> the queen agreed that the chinese delegation had been rude during their state visit last october. i would say we are not amused, but i find that very amusing. a candid queen. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," peggy noonan has analysis of last night's primary results. plus, we'll meet two climbers mt. everest sharing their journey to the summit on snapchat. and gayle talks with john bon jovi about giving back to the community. that is the "cbs morning news." the community.
sports universe tonight, right? [ laughter ] >> that's what our director said. but it's true. that's right. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. time now 4:30. let's get a check of weather with roberta this morning. >> as a true wars fan we call it "roar-acle." >> it is! >> it's going to be really loud tonight as hopefully the wars bring it home and wrap up this series and get ready to face either san antonio or dallas or -- or oklahoma! full overcast this morning into the bay. it's thin overcast inland. temperatures are very mild into the 50s and later today warm inland but at the coast just into the 60s. we'll have that full forecast coming up in a matter of minutes. good morning, gianna. >> we start off with an accident eastbound 92 at the high-rise. kpix 5 on scene. clearing it out in the