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>> that's the "overnight news" for this monday. for some of you if news continues. for some of you if news continues. for others, check back with ush, captioning funded by cbs it's monday, january 30th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking news. an act of terror. that's what canada's prime minister is calling a shooting at a mosque that left at least six people dead. from coast to coast, airports have been packed with protesters. they want an end to president trump's travel ban while mr. trump continues to defend his executive order. and a computer glitch causes a lot of problems for delta air lines and travelers.
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. at least six people were killed when gunmen opened fire at a mosque in canada. it happened last night during prayer. it left six dead and eight others wounded. two suspects are under arrest. the canadian prime minister calls the attack a terrorist act. hena daniels is here in new york with the details. hena, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. police say the situation is now under control and the mosque has been completely evacuated. an eyewitness said they saw a gunman firing on about 40 people before heavily armed tactical police stormed inside the mosque. authorities in quebec city blocked off the area around the city's islamic cultural center sunday night as emergency crews carried away victims on stretchers. the president of the mosque who
was not in there at the time says several people were killed when gunmen opened fire on them during evening prayer. he said an estimated 60 to 100 people may have been there at the time. at least two people have been arrested. >> quebec city today has been attacked by terrorism. hard to believe it happened to such a peaceful beautiful city. >> the mayor immediately called the attack on terrorism and he tweeted canadians grieve for those killed in the cowardly attack. my thoughts are with victims and their families. just yesterday they announced they would take in immigrants temporarily blocked from the u.s. as part of president trump's travel ban on immigrants. >> we have to keep working together striving toward an open inclusive peaceful society. that's the right response to this terrible event. >> back in the u.s. authorities are taking action.
the nypd has now added extra officers to patrol mosques citywide. new york city mayor bill de blasio is urging all new yorkers to remain vigilant. he tweeted his condolences to the people of canada writing our prayers tonight are with the people of quebec city as they deal with a terrible attack on a mosque. we must stand together. and quebec officials have called for solidarity rallies across the city today. anne-marie? >> hena daniels here in new york. thank you so much, hena. well, in this country president trump's immigration cramdown sparked protests throughout the weekend. thousands gathered outside the white house yesterday, eventually marching to the capitol. at the detroit airport demonstrators chanted, "no hate, no fear, refugees are welcome here." and last night they gathered
downtown, sitting in and blocking traffic. the president has ordered a ban on all refugees enters, a paul for all refugees' admissions to the u.s. and the temporary suspension of all visa holders from seven muslim majority countries, but the administration later said citizens of the seven countries that hold green cards allowing a foreign national to live and work in the u.s. would be allowed to re-enter the country. the rules caused confusion at airports where travelers were detained. >> i was nervous wondering what was going on. i was nervous. i'm happy now i'm out. >> a string of rulings in five states temporarily halted the deportation of travelers affected by the president's directive. today house and senate democrats will gather on the steps of the supreme court to demand that the president withdraw his executive order on immigration, and some of mr. trump's fellow republicans have been critical as well. in a joint statement senators
john mccain and lindsey graham said we are particularly concerned by reports that this order went into effect with little or no consultation with the state department, justice, and minority departments. snoop it was implemented in a way that created chaos and confusion across the country, and it will only serve to embolden and inspire those around the globe who will do us harm. >> schumer called the order mean-spirited and un-american. well, president trump says his directive is not a muslim ban. america is a proud nation of immigrants, the president said. in a statement yesterday, we will continue to show compassion to those fleeing oppression, but while protecting our own citizens and border. errol barnett has more on the administration's defense of the administration's crackdown. >> reporter: sunday the president's chief of staff said
this helped trump win the white house. >> he was elected president in many respects because people knew that he was going to be tough on immigration from countries that harbor terrorists. >> reporter: republican senate majority leader mitch mcconnell supports the goal of the executive order but welcomes court intervention. >> if they're looking to tighten the vetting process, i mean who would be against that. but i am opposed to religious tests. the courts are going to determine whether this is too broad. >> it's of concern, this, quote, reorganization. >> reporter: senator john mccain weighed in on another of president trump's weekend actions assigning chief strategist and former breitbart news steve bannon. >> reporter: the administration's press secretary described the move as essential.
>> having the chief strategist for the president in those meetings who has a military background to help guide what the president's final analysis is going to be is crucial. >> reporter: and he spoke with russian president vladimir putin on saturday. >> what i will tell you is it was a positive call. people should be encouraged that we're starting off on a decent footing with leaders around the world including president putin. >> reporter: saturday president trump had a phone call with the king of saudi arabia, a majority muslim country, not impacted by the refugee and immigration crackdown. errol barnett, cbs news, washington. ahead on "cbs this morning" we'll talk with stephen miller senior policy adviser to president trump about the executive order on immigration. well, president trump is expected to announce his pick for supreme court this week. cbs news has learned that mr. trump has narrowed his choice to
neil gorsuch, the front-runner, and new york's judge thomas hardiman. kellyanne conway said they will oppose abortion rights. >> i can guarantee the promise that president trump made will continue as president, that he's a pro-life president and he has promised he will promote pro-life judges including to the supreme court. >> conway says trump will nominate someone who will honor the constitution. and a member of the ee legal navy s.e.a.l. unit credited with helping in killing osama bin laden was killed. they targeted an al qaeda branch that had been previously attacked by drones. al qaeda said 30 people were killed including women and children. jonathan vigliotti reports. >> the high statikes and risky
raid was planned during the obama administration and authorized. it was carried out just before dawn. their target was the headquarters believed to contain vital intelligence inside that warranted a ground operation but when the team arrived they were confronted by fierce gunfire. the pentagon said one u.s. serviceman was killed and three others injured. at least 14 suspected gee hattists were also killed. a helicopter that came in to help had to be abandoned and destroyed after making a crash landing. the raid was the first counterterrorism mission approved by president trump since taking office nine days ago. in a statement he made, deepest thoughts and hummelest prayers are with the family of the fallen victim. there was a result in delays. at least 150 flights are canceled for today and more are expected. the cause of the computer glitch is not known.
delta says a waiver has been issued for travel scheduled on january 29th and 30th for rebooking by february 3rd. well, coming up on the "morning news," the origin of the refugee ban. former major rudy giuliani reveals how it had allegedly focused on religion. and royal tribute. a new statue of princess diana on the 20th anniversary of her death. this is the "cbs morning news." death. this is the "cbs morning news." this is my body of proof that i can fight psoriatic arthritis with humira. humira works by targeting and helping to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to both joint and skin symptoms. it's proven to help relieve pain, stop further joint damage, and clear skin in many adults. humira is the number #1 prescribed biologic for psoriatic arthritis. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened, as have blood,
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the oscars will be presented late next month. well, there's a new statue to honor princess diana, and a look at how the refugee camps all came together. those are some of the stories on the newsstand. the "washington post" reports that president trump's international travel restrictions started as a ban ominous limbs. former new york mayor rudy giuliani told a tv interviewer that mr. trump asked him to find a legal way to do that. giuliani said his committee chose to look at the dangers. the corpus christi "caller times" said the cause of a fire that destroyed a mosque is not yet known. flames erupted early saturday at the islamic center in victoria, texas. there have been two other fires nationwide in the past month. "the new york times" says the case will start today.
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airport in new york when taxi drivers halted service in support of the protesters. some saw that as an effort to profit off of those protests. and uber ceo travis kalanick is on trump's business advisory board. starbucks says it will hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years. it's in response to president trump's ref gentlemen ban order. they say the hiring would apply worldwide starting in the u.s. with those who served in u.s. troops as interpreters and support personnel. and on to the box office, the horror film "split" topped the box office charts this weekend. "split" grossed over $26 million this weekend in theaters. "a dog's purpose" came in second and "hidden figures" came in third. anne-marie. >> all right, jill wagner. i don't think i'll be seeing "split." >> no. >> i'm not good with scary movies.
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iraqi special forces took us to mosul university, the scene of a ferocious battle to recapture an isis hq. retaking the university was a strategic and symbolic victory for iraqi forces. it served as an isis headquarters and command and control center which made it a prime target for u.s. and coalition air strikes. this captain told us some isis fighters fought to the death. do you remember how many car bombs? three car bombs. iraqis believe isis used it as a the university as a missile and mortar factory, its labs to develop chemical weapons. here's where the fight has come to a standstill right along the banks of the tigress. this major, battalion commander
with the federal police said he and his men come under a regular barrage. where are the mortars coming in from? coming from that school there that's in yellow. >> reporter: there's a school there, the yellow building. >> yeah, yeah, the yellow building. >> reporter: he showed us where motars came in just a few hours before we got there. this happens every day. >> yes, 11:00. >> reporter: 11:00. aisle make sure i'm not here at 11:00. morale is high as iraqis prepare for the final assault against isil in mosul. what no one knows is what isis has left, how many bullets and suicide car bombs, and whether they saved their strongest fighters for a final stand. charlie d'agata, cbs news, inside mosul. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a look at so-called baby boxes are helped to prevent sleeping accidents in cribs.
and growing better tasting tomatoes. >> tomatoes are great again. it's not president trump's newest slogan but it is a punch line for the researchers here at the university of florida, i'm david begnaud. we'll show you what they're doing to breed back flavor into the modern day tomato. >> that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
monday january 30th. >> it's already monday? >> yeah. >> the weekend went -- flew right by. >> sometimes you can actually enjoy them and they take their time but this one -- >> yeah. >> i think all the weekend go by too quickly. >> i think it has to do with the weather. it was a pretty weekend weather wise we've had so far this year. i don't condone people calling in sick because of the weather but if you're going to do it today would be the day. we're talking 65 degrees. 67, 68, so when i say 67 or 68 i'm on other side of 65. so i start thinking 70. that's the way i think, right. clear skies. we have a spare the air day in effect currently. 52 degrees in san francisco. clouds invading the area but under the influence of high pressure. we've got sunny skies, a bit o