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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, april 2nd, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." no more daca deal. president trump says he won't help dreamers, and he's threatening to drop nafta. what he wants mexico to do. did they drive off a cliff on purpose? authorities say it looks like a crash that killed a family in california was no accident. and the worst mass shooting in modern u.s. history was six months ago. this morning we hear from a survivor of the las vegas massacre. and good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you.
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i'm brook silva-braga in for anne-marie green. president trump says there will be no deal to save the daca program and he blames democrats. he defers the program that would protect so-called dreamers. now, this is somewhat of a position shift for mr. trump who at times has advocated for the children of immigrants. john schiumo is here in new york. good morning, john. >> good morning to you, brook. it could be a setback for those pushing for a path to citizenship for dreamers. president trump after wishing the nation a happy easter yesterday on twitter, followed it with a series of tweets on immigration writing in part, republicans must go through nuclear options to pass tough laws now. no more daca deal. the president reiterated his stance before heading in to easter services in palm beach, florida. >> a lot of people are coming in because they want to take advantage of daca. we're going to have to see. we had a great chance. the democrats blew it.
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>> the president said in the past he supports a path to citizenship of so-called dreamers, children of immigrants who entered the country illegally years ago. many democrats and even some republicans took to twitter pushing back against mr. trump. ohio governor john kasich wrote in part a true leader preserves and offers hope, doesn't take hope from innocent children who call america home. >> the ones who are innocent and good, he should reconsider them and allow them to stay. >> it's not entirely clear what precipitated the tweets which also went after mexico demanding tighter border security. under daca, though, immigrants must have been living here since 2007, mean nothing one crossing the border today would qualify. president trump also threatened to end the north korean free trade agreement against mexico if they don't stop the big drug and people flows.
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>> thanks. president trump also tweeted yesterday about caravans of immigrants coming to the united states. his series of immigration tweets came after a report on fox news about a caravan of about 1,500 migrants crossing into mexico, there they are, and headed to the u.s. the group is organized by a u.s.-based advocacy group. mr. trump accused an advocacy group of doing little or nothing to stop the flow of immigrants. meanwhile china cracked down on u.s. trade with extra tariffs. they will impose tariffs on about 28 american products. they include frozen pork, aluminum scrap, wine, and certain fruits and nuts. now, this is in response to recently announced u.s. duties on the imports of aluminum and steel from china. china is the number three importer of pork. former veterans affairs
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secretary david shulkin said he was fired and did not resign as the white house claims. on twitter last week president trump announced shulkin's replacement. a spokesman for the white house yesterday said shulkin had resigned. shulkin said he never submitted a letter of resignation and never planned to. it may affect the president's ability to name an acting director. the california highway patrol says the crash of an suv that killed at least five members of the same family appears to have been an intentional act. an suv plunged off the cliff last week. it came to a complete stop at a pull-off and then accelerated. the bodies of the two children and three of their adoptive children have been recovered. it's likely three other children were also in the veerks but their bodies have not been recovered. no suicide note was found at the home. over the weekend, a demonstrator at a vigil for stephon clark was hit by a
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sheriff department's suv. the demonstrator was not seriously injured, but he said the sheriff's vehicle never stopped. clark was shot and killed by police in hid grandparents' backyard two weeks ago. police thought he had a gun, but, in fact, it was just a cell. a woman who was assaulted at a michigan hospital in february is now suing. her attorney says man hit her because she's muslim and the hospital officials failed to monitor the man who hit the client. demarco morgan looks at the recently released surveillance video. >> reporter: in this security video, you see a 19-year-old woman wearing a hijab who fell and broke her jaw on the ice. a man comes from behind and gave her a repeated knock to the head and knocked her to the ground. the attacker has been identified as 57-year-old john salvatore
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daliz who according to a police report had harassed other patients throughout the day and had been discharged from the hospital earlier. beaumont dearborn hospital released a statement saying we take pride in our diverse community and want all to feel safe and welcome at the hospital. her attorney tells cbs news -- >> in this particular case it's very serious case this man was causing a ruckus, he should have been placed under arrest until the police arrived. >> demarco morgan, cbs news, new york. thousands of teacher plan to walk off the job today despite a $6,000 pay raise. it was raised through the structure last week but they say the raise suspect enough and it's calling for the restoration of tens of millions of education funding that's been cut in recent years. a rally from the state capitol is planned for later today.
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it's been six months since a gunman opened fire on concertgoers in las vegas killing 58 people. many have yet to heal. danielle nottingham talked to a survivor. >> reporter: amanda peterson didn't think she'd make it out of the route 91 harvest festival alive. >> i remember lying in the grass thinking, oh, my goodness, i'm going to lie here and die and never see my son again. >> reporter: the gunman fired more than 1,100 rounds from a window at the mandalay bay on a concert back in may. amanda, a chiropractor, was shot in the back. >> fragments was done everywhere. i had damage to my spine, fractures to my spine, and damage to my aorta and my kidneys and my liver and my stomach, and my spleen. >> how are you. >> there's good days and bad days. >> reporter: amanda hasn't been able to return to work yet. there's been a flood of
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survivors struggling with their physical and emotional health. >> many of the survivors from the vegas mass shooting are having trouble just going out in public. >> especially with school shootings, i worry about my son to be shot and the fear that my poor son could possibly see something like this, it does scare me. >> reporter: despite her fear, amanda wants to see change. >> the gun didn't fire by itself. we have a serious mental health crisis in this country. >> i'm so grateful to all the doctors and nurses. >> reporter: when she's able, amanda plans to return to las vegas to thank the medical team that saved her life. danielle nottingham, cbs news, riverside, california. early this morning china's long abandoned first space station re-entered the earth's atmosphere and mostly burned up. chinese officials say it came down over the central south pacific. the station the size of a school bus was launched in 2011 but abandoned in to 13 and it's been coming closer to earth ever since. welcome home.
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a sit-in at howard university continues and bill cosby's trial gets under way today. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. cau the philadelphia "enquirer" reports the "me too" movement looms over the jury selection in the bill cosby case. it begins today in suburban philadelphia. he's charged with drugging and molesting them in his home in 2004. it could make potential jurors more hostile and make others feel accused. it may make others think men are unfairly accused. students keep up their demands. this is the fifth day students
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are occupies the the school's administrative building. the protest started thursday after reports the president of the university knew about the embezzlement of nearly 1 billion dollars in the financial aid office through employees of unauthorized grants. the students' demands include transmission hikes and others. "honolulu star-advertiser" reports a 25-year-old man was injured in a shark attack. the man was reportedly standup paddling about 100 or 150 yards offshore on saturday when he was bitten by a 12-foot tiger shark. officials say there were multiple injuries to his hand and leg. part of the beach was closed to the public. and "the hollywood reporter" remembers tv producer and writer steven bochco. he was the creator of iconic series such as hill street blues, l.a. law, p.d. blue and even dougie houser m.d.
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♪ north korean leader kim jong-un clapped as he watched a rare performance of k-pop starts. the artistic group including the k-pop singers flew for two performances. kim jong-un said he was deeply moved. he was joined by his wife, his sister, and other north korean officials. it looks like a good time. on the "cbs moneywatch," a major department store hacking and score one for ready play one. hena doba is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, hena. >> good morning, brook. both the dow and the s&p posted losses for the first three months of the year. it's the first time in ten quarters that either the s&p or dow posted a loss for a three-month period.
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the nasdaq composite rose over 2 points for the week. the dow jones stayed just about where it started. same for the s&p. and the nasdaq finished week one percentage lower. hudson's bay says there's been a breach of its store payments system. it affects those at sax fifth avenue, sax off fifth, and lord & taylor. and 500 million cards were compromised. they haven't said how many stores or customers were affected but customers won't be liable for fraudulent charges. the national transportation safety board said it's unhappy that electric carmaker tesla made a public information on a deadly crash. the car hit a highway divider in california. tesla announced friday that the car was on autopilot when it crash and the driver did not have his handed on the wheel for six seconds before the accident.
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the nc bank is donating $4.1 million to rock and roll hall of fame in cleveland. they helped expand its youth education programs and youth activity including free events and live music. and steven spielberg's action adventure ready player one topped the weekend box office. ♪ >> the virtual reality focused film earned over $41 million over the three-day holiday weekend. it's spielberg's best opening in a decade. tyler perry's "acrimony" with a mostly female audience followed by "black panther." brook. >> okay. ready player one. for those of us who grew up in the '80s and '90s, a walk down memory lane.
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here's another look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. for the win -- wins the
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national championship for notre dame. >> oh, how great was that. it was a wild end to the ncaa basketball tournament last night as notre dame's player -- we could watch it all morning. hit it. a three-pointer at the buzzer. the irish with that shot pulled off the biggest comeback in title game history, rallying from 15 points behind in the third quarter. this is first title for notre dame since back in 2001. the men's final will take place tonight in san antonio. it pits villanova against michigan. villanova, of course, knocked off kansas on saturday to advance to the finals. not really. they won the tournament two years ago. and in saturday's other semifinal, another blowout. michigan ended loyola-chicago's cinderella run. loyola's chaplain and number one fancies ter jean helped console the players after the game and
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then said she was done with media, she needs a break, the school's p.r. person said. she's earned it. the white house is hosting the annual easter egg roll this morning. about 30,000 kids and their parents are expected on the south lawn for the annual event. as they did last year, president trump and first lady melania are hosting the festivities. now, this year lawn bowling has been added to the activities. white house easter roll dates all the way back to 1878. and 40 years ago today the tv show "dallas" made its debut on cbs. the drama about the feuding family behind the ewing oil empire ran for 14 seasons, and it all started as just a five-episode mini series. some 1,300 fans came to dallas for a 40th anniversary celebration last week. they also toured the museum at
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our top stories is when president trump tweeted no more. mr. trump said democrats had a chance to fix the obama-era program and in his words blew it. the president ended the daca program last year and gave congress six months to fix it. and it appears the crash of an suv in california last week was not an accident. at least five members of the same family were killed when the suv drove off a cliff. now preliminary findings indicate the vehicle stopped at a lookout 70 feet from the cliff, then accelerated over it. police searched the family's home and did not find a suicide home. vermont is on the verge of becoming the second state to enact new gun restrictions following the parkland school massacre, but gun rights activists staged a dramatic
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protest this weekend attempting to block the law. tony dokoupil has more. >> reporter: hours after legislators passed a law banning gun clips, opponents handed out more than a thousand of them at the state capitol promising a hunt. >> i'm hoping this will wake out the silent majority of vermonters and get them out to vote and protect their right. >> reporter: governor phil scott is planning to sign a bill. it extends background checks and bans rapid-fire devices known as bump stocks. the law would complete a major reversal for the governor, a republic republican. no state is immune to the extreme risk of violence in a state, he added when we're at a point when kids are afraid to go to school and parents are afraid to put their kids on a bus, who are we. last month florida also passed a suite of reforms bucking a
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tradition of loose gun laws, but they're facing a countermovement too. on friday, students in brevard county gave their support to programs like army teachers. >> i want my teacher to get a gun, you know. >> for now, their numbers, just oop a few dozen on a high school track are no match for millions who filled the streets in favor of stricter gun laws. if recent history is any guide, however, expect to see more laws that expand access to guns. case in point, governing magazine noted about 600 new gun laws since the sandy hook massacre in 2012. most were considered pro-gun by the nra. tony dokoupil, cbs news, new york. ahead on "cbs this morning," as we learn more about how companies collect our personal data and track us across the web, some internet users are looking for a better way to maintain their privacy.
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tony dokoupil is back to show us the tools to help us remain invisible online. plus on "cbs this morning," dr. martin luther king's three children in an interview for the first time in a decade, and we'll talk about the evolution of the impact in some cities of animals. i'm brook silva-braga. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com low temperature -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com well, before it was even founded, a french teenager,
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bienville, scared away a british warship with just a story. and great stories kept coming. [trumpet playing] some make you move to jazz, funk and bounce. some of our stories aren't quite as straightforward. blocked by the saints! [crowd roaring] while others prove that great things can happen... even on a monday night. cause for three hundred years, great stories have started the same way. one time, in new orleans. [crowd applause] it's monday, april 2nd. good morning, i'm kenny choi. this is kpix5 news. >> a live look at the beautiful bay bridge this morning as we get the week started. good monday, it is april 2. >> april is off and running.
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and it is 4:30 this monday morning. we have a check of your forecast. >> today we will have similar conditions to yesterday. there is a little bit of a wind and you may see some clouds on the coastline. temperatures this afternoon will be close to normal and where we should be, in the mid-60s to low 70s. a few clouds this morning and then the next chance of rain will not arrive until thursday night. that should bring us a decent amount. we will talk about that in a minute. jaclyn? >> we are looking at our drive now. we are tracking a two car crash on northbound 101, at prodo. if you are headed across the golden gate bridge, quiet but a little bit of a backup forming alre

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