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>> a spectacular finish to the ncaa tournament. villanova wins its first championship in more than 30 years on a dramatic buzzer-beating three-pointer. the badger state has turned into a battleground. voters in wisconsin cough change the face of the presidential candidates for both parties today. and spring freeze. millions of americans get a chill as temperatures fall far below normal and weather remains wintry, even stopping the boys of summer from taking the field. captioning funded by cbs good morning from the studio 57 newsroom in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. while it happened in april, it was a fitting end to march madness. villanova and north carolina playing a game for the ages for the national college basketball championship. it provided a subpoena's worth
trailing by three points when marcus page nearly loses the foul and hits an off-balance three-pointer. villanova uses a time-out and draws up a play that hoops fans soon won't forget. >> three secondings at midcourt. gives it to jenkins for the championship. villanova, phenomenal. the national championships. jenkins hitting the winner at the buzzer! >> jim, they're going to sink it. how about those edges? >> chris jenkins' buzzer-beating three gives villanova its first national title since 1985 and head coach jay wright is a championship for the first time in his career. coach wright was asked how he'll handle the win over north carolina's adopted brother nate
>> how do you go home and handle nate? >> i'm not going to say to much tonight but tomorrow i'll be right at him. >> the instant classic finish touched off a huge win for villanova spilling onto the streets. at least four arrests were mad. meanwhile the fans of north carolina were left disappointed as their team was dealt a heartbreaking defeat. on to politics now. voters in wisconsin go to the polls today. at this point donald trump is the only republican with the chance to clinch the nomination but a loss in wisconsin would clearly diminish his chances and while hillary clinton has a win over bernie sanders, a win by bernie sanders would clearly make it more difficult. it's proofrp to be tough territory after a week of
donald trump tried rallying last-minute support in the state yesterday while hillary clinton seemed to be already focused a primary that's two weeks away. on the eve of the critical wisconsin primary, ted cruz reminded supporters what's at stake. >> a victory tomorrow will resonate across this country, will change the outcome in states to come all across this country. >> a cruz win will contest the chances of a gop convention in july. the latest cbs poll shows him ahead of donald trump by six points in the state. monday trump's wife milan ya made a rare appearance on the campaign trail trying to rally support. >> no matter who you are, a man or a woman, he treats everyone equal. >> we have millions more votes than cruz.
>> reporter: trump continues to take aims at john kasich calling him to drop out of the race. >> i'm glad they're nervous. the more we get the message out there, the better we do. >> reporter: on the democratic side hillary clinton all be conceded. they send out a rallying cal pain saying, quote, we're down in almost. tomorrow's going to be a fight. bernie sanders hopes today givens him a momentum. >> if we win here, we're going have a bounce going into new york state where i think we can win. >> reporter: clinton still leads over bernie sanders in dell dpats but lags behind him in fund-raisers. >> also clinton and sanders agreed to a presidential debate a week from today. the latest cbs news poll showed clinton with a ten-point lead in the state. anne-marie? >> don champion here in new york.
coming up we'll have more on today's wisconsin's primary. well, multiple thing haves be been opened. the documents are linked to 12 leader osser heads of state including dictators hiding their wealth and stealing from their countries and a former treasury officer says this kind of money laundering activity is commonly used by terrorist groups. >> every one of these devastating types of harms relies on financial support, infrastructure, and is often served by what you see in the panama papers. >> the law firm denies any wrongdoing. all five people aboard a sightseeing helicopter were killed when it crashed in tennessee.
it appears it came down on the side of a mountain and was destroyed. a weather system bringing the potential for record-setting cold has settled over the northeast this morning. freeze warnings and watches are posted from illinois to new jersey, and it's not just the cold. there's snow. snowfall records were breeken in rhode island and boston when nearly five inches fell, but other areas got almost ten minutes. >> the snow's really awful. i should be in a nice hot shirt and shorts and glass of iced tea. >> school districts canceled classes and there were dozens of weather-related travel accidents. and one person was killed when a commuter train hit a car at a suburban community. several people in the car were injured. officials believe the driver drove through the crossing signal before the collision.
about the collision between an amtrak train and a backhoe in philadelphia. the engine's data recorder shows the train was traveling 106 miles per hour in a 110-mile-per-hour zone. the engineer pulled the emergency brake five seconds before the crash. two amtrak workers were killed. the young american couple killed in the brussels attack last month will be buried this week. the bodies were returned. 0 people were killed in the brussels attack at an airport and in the metro station. states can count everyone, not just registered voters, when setting voting districts. the case was a challenge to the constitutional principle of one person, one vote. the ruling is expected to rule on the democratic arias. the case was a challenge from texas voters where there is a large immigrant population and
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i thought it was live. but how about those edges? >> it was chris jenkins' three-point buzzer beater that clinched the championship against north carolina. last night featured an ultimate sibling rivalry. manuel reports. >> they're brothers from another mother. in 2007 turmoil in chris's household forced his birth mother to make a tough decision. she wanted to find a more stable home for him. the brits stepped in and adopted him. >> he's the only son in my house and my oldest, so it was hard at the time, but because i knew who i was shared him with, i was able to sleep at night. >> you know, he fit.
was a piece missing, but it only added more to our family and made our family that much better. >> reporter: the boys breathe basketball. they played on the same high school team in maryland. >> to basically grow up and go through everything with a brother that he's going through the same workout you are, you know, you're doing everything together, so it definitely makes it easier. >> reporter: and don't let this selfie fool you. they took it saturday night when they knew they were headed for the championship. >> so it's a win/win. villanova wins, we win. unc wins, we win. >> i can see the love here. >> you have no idea. three secondings at midcourt gives it to jenkins for the championship. >> national title stays in the family. manuel . coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on the panama papers as they
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