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morning. from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm tony dokoupil. captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, november, 29th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." 51 days ago i said this was a struggle between good and evil. well, goodness has won. a tip leads to the arrest of man suspected in a string of tampa murders. north korea calls its intercontinental ballistic missile test a success and says it's now capable of hitting the whole mainland of the united states. and white house no-show.
president trump slams democratic leaders. >> they've been all talk and no action, and now it's even worse. now it's not even talk. so they're not showing up for the meeting. 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. a suspect is under arrest for a string of murders that terrorized a tampa, florida, neighborhood. it was a tip from a co-worker that led police to 24-year-old howell emmanuel donaldson. his arrest came 51 days after the first of four murders in tampa's seminole heights neighborhood. hena doba is here in new york with the latest. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. police arrest arrested donaldso a tip from a co-worker.
>> reporter: after swarming a mcdonald's, police have arrested a man who is accused of killed four people. >> we'll charge him with four kountz of first-degree murder of howell emmanuel donaldson, 24 years old. >> reporter: officials say they received 5,000 tips throughout the investigation, but it was one during the day yesterday that led to his arrest. >> we received information about mr. donaldson having a firearm at the mcdonald's. one of his co-workers approached a police officer. that is what led us to that. >> reporter: the four people killed were all shot within a half mile of each other in the seminole heights neighborhood. they had all been walking alone, with no apparent connection of one another. >> tonight is the beginning of when justice will be served.
and then the process will occur when the suspect rots in hell. >> reporter: they're still wondering why he carried out the attacks and why he chose this area. the first happened on october 9th. on halloween police escorted kids and their parents when they were out trick or treating on halloween. anne-marie? >> hena doba here in new york. thank you so much, hena. north korea has successfully developed a long range missile capable of hitting the united states. north korea has successfully test fired its greatest icbm. the u.s. is considering a response and the u.n. security council is due to meet in an emergency session today. mola lenghi has our report. >> reporter: north korea announced it has successfully launched a new type of intercontinental ballistic missile. the pentagon confirmed a missile like this one was in the air for
some 50 minutes soaring some 2,300 miles into space before splashing down in the sea of japan. >> it went higher, frankly, than any previous shots they've taken. it's a research and development effort on their part. >> reporter: japanese government sources said they suggested radio signals that suggested north korea was preparing for a test. they began firing ballistic missiles two or three a month beginning in april. mr. trump later offered a relatively muted response. >> it is a situation that we will handle. >> reporter: according to david wright from the union of concerned scientists, if the missile had fired at a tra joketry, it could have reached any part of the u.s. they say its new missile was being developed to defend the sovereignty and territorial integrity.
on tuesday the officials in hawaii unveiled a statewide warning system. >> the focus is to give our visitors and residents as much time to prepare as possible. >> reporter: hawaii plans to test the new sirens out on friday. mola lenghi, cbs news, the white house. the white house says it applauds mr. trump's choice to head the division. applauds mr. trump's choice. he chose mick mulvaney to be the interim director after richard cordray stepped down. but cordray appointed leandra english before the appointment. her lawyers are considering their next step. two other issues the president is dealing with. the tax overhaul bill and a new budget deal. the republican tax bill is headed for debate in the full senate. a vote could come this week, but the government runs out of money a week from friday and democratic leaders boycotted a deal aimed at cutting a deal
following a presidential tweet. weijia jiang explains. >> reporter: president trump sat between two empty chairs reserved for nancy pelosi and chuck schumer, both no-shows at a planned white house meeting. >> they've been all talk and no action, now it's even worse. now it's not even talk. >> reporter: they were set to talk about government funding. they're calling them weak on crime, adding, quote, i don't see a deal. >> mr. president, it's time to stop tweeting and start leading. there are serious questions that must be answered and many things that must be done. >> reporter: the showdown between the president and democrats came as senate republicans cleared a key hurdle in their quest to overhaul the nation's tax code. earlier the senate budget committee voted along party lines to advance the gop tax
plan to the senate floor. >> i think it's going to pass. the senate's going to be very popular. >> reporter: president trump came to capitol hill to help rally skeptical members of his party including senator ron johnson who thinks the tax cuts favor corporations at the expense of small businesses. >> i'm still working with the white house and senate leadership to make sure we fix this problem. >> reporter: republicans are aiming to bring the bill to the senate floor for a vote this week. veteran congressman john conyers has returned to his home district in michigan to consider his future following allegations of sexual misconduct. calls for conyers to resign have increased. conyers met with the chairman of the professional black caucus who urged him to listen to his constituents. the house minority leader nancy pelosi is reportedly pushing conyers to step down.
a search is under way in eastern north carolina for a missing 3-year-old girl. mariah woods woke up in the morning and noticed her daughter was not in her bedroom. there was no forced entry but the back door was unlocked. they're using all means to try to locate the girl. >> we're asking the public's help in the surrounding community for anyone that has had contact with the family from sunday on to please contact us with any information. >> woods' mother lives with her boyfriend. the young girl has a leg problem which makes it hard for her to walk. a suspect accused of killing eight people in the new york city truck attack pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges. saipov was arrested after he plowing down a bike lane with a truck and killed nine people and injured others.
he was shot by a police officer. saipov told authorities he was watching isis videos and had been planning the attack for a year. he's due in court on january 3rd. and a man was convicted of terrorism charges but a federal jury found ahmed abu khatalla not guilty of a more serious charge, murder. three americans were killed in the 2012 attack. he faces the possibility of life in prison. coming up on the "morning news," battling sexual harassment. women in national security call for changes. and -- it's frustrating. frustration. >> lebron james has a career first. this is the "cbs morning news." "cbs morning news." ♪
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200 women in national security are demanding reforms regarding sexual misconduct. they wrote an open letter saying they survived. the women say sexual misconduct protocols in the national security industry are weak, underenforced. they're asking to report without retribution. "the new york times" reports. the letter details alleged efforts by uber to use a spy team to steal trade secrets from its rivals and cover its tracks. it delayed the start of a trial over whether uber stole self-driving car technology from the google spin-off waymo. "sports illustrated" reports on nba superstar lebron james getting ejected from game for the first time in his 15-year career. >> and he's out of here. lebron james has just been ejected!
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harry and american actress meghan markle, and we now know who's going to pay for it. charlie d'agata has the story. >> reporter: saying yes was the easy part. >> yes. as a matter of fact, i could barely let you finish proposing. i said, can i say yes now? >> reporter: now the wedding. they're going to the chapel at windsor castle, the residence where the couple have often escaped to for some privacy. st. george's chapel at windsor castle isn't as grand as, say, westminster abbey where prince william and kate were married. it will take place sometime in may. perhaps not to overshadow the other event, baby number three due to william and kate who earlier today who wished the couple well. >> we're very excited. it's a happy time for them and we wish them all the best. >> reporter: this isn't just any couple.
markel's not only marrying into the family, she's marrying into a country. she's being baptized into the church of england by choice before taking her vows and applying for british citizenship. >> the family has been great and over the past year and a half, we've really had a nice time getting to know them. >> reporter: stepmother camilla has welcomed her with open arms. >> we're absolutely delighted. as you can see, they're so happy. >> reporter: good news for markel family. the royal family plans to foot the bill for pretty much everything. the wedding service, music, flowers, cake, even the reception, a spectacle that's certain to be one of the most watched global events of the year. charlie d'agata, cbs news, windsor, england. >> well, coming up on "cbs this morning," part two of gayle's interview with singer bruno mars as he makes his prime time special debut tonight with 24 carat magic live at the apollo on cbs. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." carat magic live at the apollo
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our top stories this morning, tampa florida police say they've arrested the man they believe to be responsible for a string of four murderers. they say a tip from a co-worker at mcdonald's led them to howell emmanuel donaldson. the four victims were shot within half a mile of each other in a seminole neighborhood. they had all been walking alone with apparently no connection to one another. and north korea tested an intercontinental ballistic missile. it reached 2,300 miles. it's capable of reaching anywhere in the keynote anyone tall united states.
after the test president trump said we will take care of it. the u.n. security council is set to meet in an emergency session today. youtube is finally cracking down on disturbing videos on its website. as john blackstone reports, the decision was based on the bottom line. >> reporter: under pressure from advertisers youtube owned by google removed more than 50,000 videos of images of children apparently being assaulted. james stier is ceo of common sense media. >> at the end of the day, large tech companies are run by the bottom line, and i think youtube has been an incredibly successful platform for google, and they simply have not paid enough attention to some of the bad stuff on that platform. >> reporter: advertisers pulled their ads. youtube said we're implementing age gates for videos geared toward mature audiences and making 2 million videos ineligible for ads. >> it's a new type of child
abuse. child sexual abuse exploitation. >> reporter: mary polee toe is executive director for the new york society of protection from cruelty to children. >> children can't unsee something. once they look at an image, it is there in their brains forever. >> reporter: the problem on youtube is with some 300 hours of video uploaded to the site every minute, identifying offensive material is a constant challenge. youtube is largely dependent on computers to determine what is appropriate. >> a machine, a computer cannot do that as well as a human being. >> so do you have to hire hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people to look at everything? >> if you have to hire hundreds and hundreds of people to look at everything, they should because google is coining money. >> they say the first line of defense is at home. parents have to be aware of what their children are watching and limit what they're watching. john blackstone, cbs news, san francisco.
on "cbs this morning" in the ongoing series "issues that matter," a closer look at the opioid epidemic which has claimed more than 2,000 lives since 2000. we meet with retired four-star navy admiral james winfeld. plus a lok at the collisions between drones and homes. and part 2 of gayle's interview with bruno mars before he makes his appearance of 24 carat magic live on cbs. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
a bit. good morning, it's wednesday, november 23rd -- november 29th, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. >> let's say good morning to neda and jaclyn. [ laughter ] >> how is everyone? good. i'm liking your new dress. >> i'm still here eating turkey. finished it yesterday. still doing okay. it's done. it's done. "alt leftovers" are done. >> it's good not to let it go to waste. >> more patchy fog, temperatures are chilly already in the 40s and foggy mornings in store for today and tomorrow. and our temperatures in the afternoons very seasonal. today a couple of degrees warmer than yesterday, sunshine and 60s. next storm on the weekend. >> heads up. we are dealing with an accident and it