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captioning funded by cbs it is thursday, may 26th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." >> crooked hillary. not good. the inspector general's report, not good. >> campaigning in california, donald trump tries to make the most of a new report into hillary's e-mail server, but clinton says it's nothing new. >> it's the same story. while lines get longer and longer at airports across america, the head of the tsa takes the heat on capitol hill ahead of a busy travel weekend. and one person was killed, several others injured when shots rang out at a rap concert
in new york city. 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. this morning, hillary clinton's opponents are jumping on a report from the state department inspector general on clinton's use of private e-mail when she was secretary of state. hena daniels is here in new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. hillary clinton is trying to put her presidential campaign back on track this morning on the heels of that damning report into her e-mail server. in an interview airing today, clinton said she didn't do anything past secretaries of state didn't do themselves. hillary clinton brushed aside the latest chapter in her e-mail saga yesterday when she gave this interview to a local univision station in l.a. >> it's not an issue that is going to affect either the campaign or my presidency. >> reporter: an internal audit released by the state department inspector general wednesday
found clinton failed to get legal approval for the private e-mail server she used during her time as secretary of state. the report also concluded i.t. staffers who expressed concerns about the setup were rebuffed. >> it's the same story. just like previous secretaries of state, i used a personal e-mail. many people did. >> reporter: the development provided new fodder for donald trump who continued to bash clinton's character during a campaign stop in anaheim. >> she's as crooked as they come. she had a little bad news today. >> reporter: for a second night in a row, trump's rally was overshadowed by chaos. protesters outside clashed with police. at a more peaceful event in southern california, bernie sanders focused his attacks on the presumptive gop nominee. >> billionaires are not going to run this country. people will. >> reporter: a campaign official tells cbs news the clinton camp will begin airing ads in
california tomorrow. she's counting on a win in the delegate-rich state next month to lock up the democratic nomination. both clinton and sanders will continue campaigning in california saad. meanwhile, trump -- california today. meanwhile, trump will debate sanders one on one ahead of the june 7th primary as long as significant money goes to charity, he says. sanders' response in a tweet, "game on." >> hena daniels in new york. thank you, hena. trump appeared on "jimmy kimmel live." two of kimmel's other guests did not. the weekend and belly bowed out of the scheduled performance because of the presumptive gop nominee. belly said he didn't want to share the stage with trump and disagrees with his policies. trump was asked about the policies, in particular his position on transgender people using the restroom of their choice. he couldn't answer kimmel's question. >> let the states decide, and you know, we have to protect everybody. it's a very, very small group. right now, it's a small group -- >> when you -- if you were
voting personally, a member in new york state, that you would vote for that right? >> the party generally believes that whatever you're born, that's the bathroom you use. >> what about you? >> me, i say let the states decide. i say -- >> would you personally support it? >> would i support? no, i support let the states decide. and i think the states will do hopefully the right thing. >> what's the right thing? >> i don't know yet. >> lawmakers from several states say they know what's the right thing. they are suing the obama administration for a directive issued earlier this month. the guidance allows trans students in public schools to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity. texas led the charge, joining ten states in the case against the obama administration. the department of justice said it will review the complaint. the white house has not responded. folks in northern kansas are picking up the pieces after a large tornado damaged or destroyed as many as 25 homes. more severe weather is expected later today.
the large tornado that struck northern kansas just missed the town of chapman, about 7 miles west offy to -- 75 miles west of topeka. it was on the ground for an hour yesterday, but no immediate reports of injury. another tornado landed near enid, oklahoma, last night. the severe weather included lightning strikes. so far, there are no reports that buildings were damaged, but power lines were knocked down. more than 35 tornadoes were reported in the plains yesterday. today president obama will attend the g7 summit in japan. two days of talks are expected to focus on china, fighting terrorism, and women's empowerment. late yesterday, the president met with japanese prime minister abe. their talk was dominated by the arrest of a u.s. military base worker in connection with the killing of a woman on okinawa island. >> we consider it inexcusable, and we are committed to doing everything that we can to
prevent any crimes from taking place of this sort. >> tomorrow, mr. obama becomes the first sitting president to visit hiroshima where the u.s. dropped an atomic bomb in 1945. egypt is asking companies from france and italy to help search for the black boxes from egyptair flight 804. there's no clear picture about what happened to the airbus. it crashed into the mediterranean last week during a flight from paris to cairo with 66 on board. investigators hope the plane's flight data and voice recorder will provide some answers. and three new pieces of debris that may be connected to malaysia airlines mh370 have been found. two pieces were found in maricios and one in mozambique. 23 people were on board. an associateded press investigation of airport
security in this country found intruders breach u.s. airport fences every ten days. the a.p. found 345 perimeter security breaches at 31 major u.s. airports since 2004. airport officials say none of the incidents have been linked to terrorism, and most intruders were caught quickly. the chief of the transportation security administration was on capitol hill yesterday answering questions about long airport security lines that have caused thousands of passengers to miss their flights. peter neffenger told lawmakers the tsa is adding 768 new security screeners and new technology to move lines quicker. >> one of my fundamental priorities is to dramatically expand the pre-check population and dramatically expand the pre-check. >> delta, american, and united airlines are hiring independent contractors to take over non-screening chores to speed the security lines.
coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll discuss airline security and those long lines with the president and ceo of jetblue, robin hayes. one person was killed and three others wounded at a shooting at a hip-hop concert here in new york. the gunfire erupted before the concert by artist t.i. the shots were fired in a green room at the venue. it's not clear what prompted the gunfire. coming up on the "cbs morning news," secret war. a venture capitalist speaks out about why he tried to bring down gawker. and stephen colbert takes a break from "the late show" to trade jokes with "face the nation's" john dickerson.
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and the big town couldn't be happier about it. five navy warships led the armada into the harbor yesterday for fleet week. about 4, 500 service personnel are visiting, and tours of their ships are offered through the end of the month. a billionaire is speaking out about his campaign against gawker, and an ex-nba player is downtowned. those are some of the headlines on the "morning newsstand". "the new york times" reports a former nba supplier accused of evading taxes and defrauding donors to his charities. kermit washington faces more than 40 years in prison and fines of up to $1 million on federal charges. he became infamous when he punched and severely injured another player in 1977. "the new york times" confirms that a silicon valley billionaire bankrolled hulk hogan lawsuit against gawker. paypal's co-founder calls him a terrible bully and outed him as
being gay in 2007. he said that and articles about friends and others ruined people's lives for no reason. hogan won a $140 million judgment over the site. the "washington post" is questioning the truthfulness of the former navy s.e.a.l. who wrote "american sniper." the report says chris kyle did not win as many valor medals or awards, rather, in iraq as he claimed to in the book. he wrote that he had been the recipient of two silver stars and five bronze stars, but the navy found citations for one silver star and three bronze stars. kyle was killed three years ago at a texas gun range. "the chicago tribune" reports picketing at mcdonald's headquarters by fight for 15 activists. the 1,500 protesters marched yesterday to demand an increase in the minimum wage. the demonstration was held during the company's annual shareholders meeting for a third straight year. "the seattle times" reports power is back on after a major outage downtown.
some people were trapped in elevators yesterday during the hour-long glitch. and darkened traffic signals caused gridlock. the utility doesn't know what caused the blackout. and how does cbs newsman john dickerson get his news in the morning? that's what stephen colbert wants to know. >> how do you start the engine? >> i start the day with your show while i'm shaving. >> really? >> yeah. you watch it on the -- exactly. >> what are you wearing? what are you wearing? >> "the late show" star and "face the nation" host talked politics yesterday at a manhattan ymca. coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll show you more of john dickerson's talk with stephen colbert. ahead, spelling ace. we'll meet the spelling bee's youngest competitor as he goes letter for letter at the annual competition.
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emergency or would have to sell something or borry to do so. 22% of workers had two or more jobs last year. nearly one out of three said they had no retirement savings or pension. 6 % say they are living comfort -- 69% say they are living comfortably or doing okay. the japanese clothing retailer unijoe? having a hard time breaking into the american market. the company is known for its simple, affordable clothes, but its strategy of moving into suburban shopping malls has fallen short. executives say their top priority is to turn around u.s. operations. the company is having particular trouble as it tries to expand beyond major cities. victoria's secret will stop producing its famed mail-order catalog. it was introduced in 1977. more customers are viewing products on line. the company pays about $150 million to produce about 300 million copies. victoria's secret is ending production of swimwear,
accessories, shoes, and most apparel. and more people are going to theme parks. there were more visitors to every major theme park in north america last year other than seaworld's in san diego. overall attendance was up nearly 6%. attendance has been down at seaworld amid criticism from animal rights groups. disney world's magic kingdom was the top draw last year with more than 20 million visitors. and i have never been ever to disney. >> oh, my goodness. you have to go. it really is as magical as they say. naught on your list. >> done. >> will wagner at the new york stock exchange. thanks. a supermarket for millennials. whole foods opens a new chain geared for the onthe-go-life of the tech savvy.
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this new brand was built to court the hip and budget conscious millennial consumer. what are the biggest differences that we'll find here? >> sure. well, it looks different. it feels different. there's less products than at a whole foods market. we have more grab-and-go options. >> reporter: you won't find fish or meat counters, but there are more added touches like a beer and coffee bar, and stations where customers can custom blend tea. the 365 model is also making checkout easier with lanes that only accept apple pay and credit cards with five items or less. other additions include electronic pricetags and ipads to order hot food. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: mccallum says that's enough to keep her coming back. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. >> whole foods will open two more stores in oregon and washington state later this year. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a summer movie preview.
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here's another look at the top stories himp ignored clear directives when she set up a personal e-mail account while she was secretary of state. a review by the state department inspector general said clinton never sought approval and would not have received it. donald trump said of clinton, she's as crooked as they come. and another wave of tornadoes moved through the plains. one in northern kansas damaged or destroyed as many as 25 homes, but no injuries are reported. another tornado touched down in oklahoma. more severe weather is expected today. as president obama prepares for a historic visit to hiroshima, there's new reflection on a unique survivor of the bombing. we report on a bonds a tree that's bridging two nations.
>> reporter: yasuo says banzai is in his blood. his grandfather and father were masters of the art. he says when the atomic bomb dropped in hiroshima two miles from the family's home, shards of glass pierced his 14-month-old face and damaged many of their banzai trees. his father nursed several of them back to life, including his prized plant. this 390-year-old white pine. >> taking care of bonds sigh peaceful work. >> reporter: jack sustic cares for the tree now at the national arboretum in washington, d.c. yamaki's father gave it to the u.s. in 1975 for the bicentennial celebration. >> to have mr. yamaki give his prized tree after what it had been through and after what the family had been through and the whole city as this symbol of peace and friendship has meant a lot us to. >> reporter: the family wanted the gift to be about peace, not war, so they didn't reveal the tree's survival story for a
quarter of a century. yamaki visited the banzai last month. he was part of a japanese delegation that traveled to the stoumpt ask president obama to visit -- the u.s. to ask president obama to visit hiroshima. >> translator: because of that, the friendship becomes getting bigger and bigger. >> reporter: he says just like the tree, obama's trip is an olive branch. cbs news, hiroshima, japan. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," cbs news investigates the country's prescription drug epidemic and one state who is fight issing back in court. we'll take you to the u.s. olympic training center in colorado springs as athletes get ready for the summer games in rio. and we'll meet with the winner of yesterday's "national geographic" bee. that is the "cbs morning news" for it their thursday. thanks finish watching. i'm anne-marie green -- thanks for watching. i'm green. have a great day.
a man is fight forgo his life at this hour, victim of the brazen shooting in west philadelphia. we will show what you he was doing in the moments before he was shot and why police say there are several crime scenes here. developing right the now gunfire erupts inside a packed nightclub, this morning one person is dead and several others are hurt, we will tell you where the hots were fired and who was scheduled to perform. and a new investigation reveals a startling amount of security breaches from this one from 2012 at nation's airport, we will tell you where philadelphia international falls on this list. well to day is thursday may 26th, good morning, i