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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, may 22nd, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." >> drive them out of your holy land and drive them out of this earth. >> president trump reaches out to muslims to take on terror but draws outrage in iran. with his first foreign trip in his books we look at the next challenge in his next stop, israel. a man was held up blaming the turkish president for pulling his passport over his
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political views. plus, the curtain closes on the greatest show on earth. and cher turns back time at the billboard music awards. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anna marie green. president trump arrives in israel this morning, the second stop in his first trip overseas since taking office. his first stop was saudi arabia where he changed his tone concerning islam while urging muslim leaders to lead the fight against radicalism and making no mention of human rights against democracy. teri okita is in london. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. in his third day of travel president trump now turns his
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attention to the palestinian contract and whether it broker as peace deal. he sounded a call ending extremism. >> this is a battle between good and evil. >> president trump used his much anticipated speech on islam sunday praesing leaders the join in the global fight against terrorism. >> a better future is only possible if your nations drive out the terrorists and drive out the extremists. drive them out. >> speaking in the saudi arabian capital he stayed clear of used the words radical islamic terrorism in his address opting instead for a message for unity. >> america is prepared to stand with you in pursuit of shared interests and common security. >> back in washington some members of mr. trump's own party criticized him for staying silent on human rights abuses in the mid east. >> we have to stand up for what
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we believe in or we are no different. >> democrats kept up on the ongoing investigations surrounding russia. >> while in israel today president trump will shift his focus to brokering the ultimate deal, peace between the palestinians and israelis. he'll meet separately both with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and palestinian president mahmoud abbas. it's being dubbed blue shield. thousands of israeli police officers including border patrols and counterterrorism units have been deployed across israel. anne-marie? >> teri okita in london. thank you, teri. during his speech mr. trump blamed iran for what's going on. his tough speech came the day
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after hue san rouhani's re-election. elizabeth palmer. >> reporter: there's been such a mood of joy and optimism ever since rouhani's victory on friday. but that mood was shattered when trump called for iran's isolation. president rouhani won the election because he promised his base ta he would pursue an agenda of engagement with the world. moderate iranians who suffered under sanctions for more than a business hope thad western businesses would invest here and they would be able to travel abroad without international pariahs. president trump's speech sends a strong signal that america will do whatever it can to block that. there is a faction inside iran's complex power structure that may be sell braiding the hard liners including iran's powerful revolutionary guards and their
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followers. closer ties with the west would have threatened their influence and control. an isolated iran is exactly what they want. they're looking for a shred of hope to cling to will have noticed a press conference given in saudi arabia by secretary of state rex tillerson in which he said although he had no plan to call the foreign minister, he did think they would talk at what he called the right time. elizabeth palmer, cbs news, tehran. well, the president was supposed o speak at a forum on the use of social media. instead he sent his daughter ivanka, a senior white house adviser. the main goal of the forum is to combat terror and online extremism through use of social media. >> ultimately this young generation across the muslim and arab world is a generation that can build a future of tolerance,
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of hope, and of peace. >> first lady melania trump visited the american international school in riyadh and a g.e. plant where all the workers are women. back in this country now, dozens of graduates and family members walked out as vice president mike pence began his commencement address at the university of notre dame. pence, the former governor of indiana was chosen to speak after there was so much protest over the prospect of inviting president trump. some people said they walked out as a show of solidarity with those impacted by trump administration policies. and this morning north korea says it's ready to deploy a new mid-range missile it tested yesterday that's capable of reaching japan. last week the north tested a long-range missile potentially capable of reaching alaska or
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hawaii. north korea has defied all calls to rein in its nuclear program and has been working on a missile capable of reaching the u.s. mainland. in oak city, thunder canter is back after being detained. he was held saturday at the bucharest airport because his passport was revoked. he blamed the turkish government. >> the guy who did it is resip erdog erdogan. >> the romanian government said they had no choice but to detain canter. last year they revoked the passports of tens of thousands of turkish citizens lived abrought. ahead on "cbs this morning" enes canter joined us in studio 57. the greatest show on earth took its final curtain call.
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after 140 years the ringling bros. barnum & bailey circus is no more performing its last show on long island. he n hena daniels is here in new york with more on the story. >> good morning, anne-marie. ringling brothers couldn't compete with the public's changing attitudes. this was an extravaganza of clowns, death-defying acrobats, and big cats, but over the years animal rights activists targets the circus saying forcing animals to be transported and perform around the country was inhuma inhumane. last year they removed elephants from the show after a steep decline in attendance. before the performance ivers ve
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jonathan lee iverson looked back. >> there was a feeling of pride. i'm a part of the american institution. 'll going to be the last word on it too. >> the parent company announced in january it was kancanceling show. it was the last american circus to travel by train. it was the primary performance for those who performed from 13 countries. hena daniels here in new york. thank you so much, hena. coming up on the "morning news," sea lion terror. a sea lion is caught on video snagging a girl off a dock. and facebook leak. a look at violence and abuse. this is the "cbs morning news." of your allergy season for continuous relief. claritin provides powerful, non-drowsy, 24-hour relief. for fewer interruptions from the amazing things you do every day. live claritin clear. every day. sugar, we're letting you go. what? who's replacing me? splenda naturals? look, she's sweet, she's got natural stevia,
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he made up for it by joining he for a selfie. dramatic video of a sea lion dragging a girl into the water, and proposed cuts to programs that help the neediest. those are soum of the head lines on the morning newsstand. the "washington post" reports that president trump wants major cut backs in social safety net programs. a budget proposal to be released tomorrow would lower medicaid funding by $800 billion during the next decade. the plan would also empower states to impose more limits on anti-poverty benefits. the pittsburgh "post-gazette" reports on the jury trial for bill crosby. those chosen will be from about 300 miles away. court officials thought pretrial publicity may have tainted the jury there. the dallas news reports a bill is advancing.
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it would force transgender students to use the bathrooms according to their birth gender. there will be a final vote today many the house. the "vancouver sun" reports the rescue of a little girl who was dragged from a whatever by a sea lion. >> oh, my god, oh, my god. >> a bystander recorded the incident saturday. the animal was drawn to the dock by people throwing bread crumbs. a man jumped into the water and brought out out of the water unharmed. pretty scary. still ahead, stealing the show. cher suits up at the billboard music awards in one of her famous outfits from her videos. [ ominous music playing ]]
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sung "my heart will go on." and drake took home awards beating adele's record of 12 in one night. on the "cbs moneywatch" possible changes at the top at ford. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. ford is reportedly replacing its ceo. mark fields could be out according to an anonymous source. ford's stock has dropped for three years hchl'll likely be replaced by jim hackett who joined ford's board in 2014. he's been leading the company's self-driving effort. the dollar is expected to come under more pressure as the investigation into russia's involvement in the u.s. election is potentially undermining the u.s.'s confidence. the s&p finished 9 points lower.
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the nasdaq was down 39 points for the week. while president trump was in saudi arabia, boeing announced it reached agreements to sell both military and aircraft to the saudis. boeing said the saudis have agreed to buy helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft. it will negotiate with saudi gold aircraft to buy 16. the body of the detail not disclosed. a british newspaper says the rules it uses are those of facebook's method for monitoring content. it values rules on violence, terrorism, animal abuse, and nudity. for instance facebook allows videos of abortions as long as there's no nudity because facebook doesn't want to censor or punish people in distress.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. whoa. oh, my god. oh, my god. oh, my god. the desperate rescue of a trapped michigan firefighter is
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caught on video. a burning roof fell on him saturday during a blaze at a gas station in the upper peninsula. the department says he and another firefighter who was hurt at the scene are both okay. well, tight security along the southern u.s. border has smugglers looking for new ways to transport drugs and people into this country. chris martinez shows us how smugglers are now hitting the water with their hauls. >> reporter: in the open waters off the san diego coast, border protection agents keep an eye on every vest. >> on a slow day, you stop everybody. >> reporter: with security tighter on u.s./mexico border, agents say smugglers are turning on the high seas to transport drugs and people. >> we find that they're going farther offshore and farther up the coast. >> reporter: this agent says smugglers typically follow a similar pattern. >> quickly land on shore, disembark in an awaiting
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vehicle, and off they go. >> reporter: typically the busts begin from the aa plane above. they can spot boats up to five miles away from 10,000 feet up. >> we're the eye in the sky and we're just watching here, and with the camera, it will show us where they're going. >> reporter: agents then pick up the chase in the water. >> at night with the lights out vessel, they always run. >> reporter: if a smuggler refuses to stop, agents can take drastic steps like shooting out the motor in this testing drill. they're constantly on the water to keep pace with criminals. >> it's a cat-and-mouse game. >> reporter: one agents don't intend to lose. chris martinez, cbs news, san diego. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," princess diana, her life, her death, her truth.
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our top story this morning, president trump travels to israel after a two-day visit to saudi arabia. speaking to the leaders of muslim countries yesterday, the president urged them to extinguish islam extremism. >> drive them out of your places of worship, drive them out of your communities, drive them out of your holy land, and drive them out of this earth. >> the president did not admonish the rulers for human rights violations and blamed iran for instability in the region. the american cancer society estimates more thannet 5,000 americans will be diagnosed with colon cancer this year, but as
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dr. jon lapook reports, colon cancer is treatable and many survivors are staying cancer-free. >> reporter: five years ago dave strong and his wife mary decided to get in shape. they changed the diet and hit the gym five days a week. after turning 50 last year, strong had his first colon os askmy. >> the first thing i saw was my wife over me with tears in her eyes. i knew immediately something was bad. >> reporter: the bad news was colon cancer that's already spread to his live. he's had three surgeries and he's about to start hislast five treatments of chemo. >> i pushed myself when i could, slowed down when i had to but tried to continue minor mallcy. >> reporter: he continued to eat well and work out. researches scored them based on body weight, physical activity, and dietary choices. those with the highest scores had a 42% lower chance of dying
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over seven years. dr. charles fuchs at the yale cancer center co-authored both studies. >> the diet probably changed your body's chemistry? a way that makes the growth of cancer far more hostile. >> reporter: in another study colon cancer patients who ate at least two servers of tree nut as week had a lower chance of relapse over seven years. tree nuts like walnuts, cashews and others can slow the fuel of cancer cells. >> for colon cancer patients, you reduce the likelihood of the cancer coming back. >> in the laboratory insulin is added to cancer cells to help them grow. so even if these studies don't prove cause and effect, it makes sense whatever you eat can affect how your body deals with cancer. dr. jon lapook, cbs news, new
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york. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," nba's enes kanter talks with studio 57 about being detained in turkey over his political views and gayle king previews the prime team special of princess diandiana. >> i think diana's death robbed the world of an extraordinary luminous character. >> that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> well, get ready for a wet commute. rain is moving through our area right now. it may be hanging around for awhile, too. katie is tracking the showers coming up next. two people are hospitalized after a shooting in new castle county. the place where this all unfolded and what investigators know so far. and jury selection begins today in the trial of comedian bill cosby, but not in philadelphia. we'll tell you just how far the court is going to find those perspective jurors. >> well today is monday, may 22, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. right to the rainy forecast and what that impact will mean for your commute. >> happy monday, welcome back, feeling little jet lagged this morning, where did the weekend go? went so fast. woke up this morning, wet


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