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>> for our sake. not just us, for our sake. >> reporter: jamal went on to tell me about his christian faith and a hope for kinder man kind. he wants to be an example. now he and andrew give speeches together about the importance of forgiveness and redemption and clearly if the two guys from the coffee shop can set aside their bitter ground. what is our excuse? steve hartman on the road in benton harbor, michigan. it's wednesday, april 20th, 2016.
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if i can make it there >> new york, new york. empire state voters deliver big wins for donald trump and hillary clinton in their home state. both front-runners scored a slew of delegates. what will it take to tie up the nomination? severe storms continue to pound the south while the death toll from devastating floods ticks up, southern states bracing for even more wild weather today. saudi arabia this morning hoping to ease tensions with a key ally during a time of turmoil. captioning funded by cbs good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. presidential front-runners hillary clinton and donald trump got what they needed -- decisive wins in the new york primary that will help solidify their
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gets closer. trump won 60%, winning all but one county. hillary clinton beat sanders, beating his long string of caucus victories. we have more from hena daniels. >> reporter: donald trump and hillary clinton inch closer to the nominations after a huge win in their home state. >> there's no place like home. [ applause ] >> reporter: hillary clinton triumphed against bernie sanders in new york's primary, picking up at least 135 of the 247 delegates at stake. speaking from manhattan last night, the democratic front-runner turned her attention to the general election, mentioning her rival only once. >> and to all the people who supported senator sanders, i believe there is much more that unites us than divides us. [ cheers ] >> reporter: sanders was counting on a victory in new
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clinching the party nomination. following the loss, he blasted the state's primary voting system for leaving registered independents out. >> people should have the right to participate in a primary and vote for their candidate for president of the united states. >> reporter: on the republican side, donald trump rode a wave of support from men, women, outsiders, and conservatives to victory in his home state. after picking up a majority of the 95 delegates at stake, the gop front-runner says he's the only republican candidate with a path to securing the nomination. >> we have won millions of more votes than senator cruz, millions and millions of more votes than governor kasich. we're really, really rocking. >> reporter: despite finishing third in new york, ted cruz still hopes to unify the party behind him. >> join me now on this journey of less talk and more action. >> reporter: the presidential contenders are now looking to
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hold their presidential primaries. exit polls show voters that want an outsider in the white house voted for donald trump. as for hillary clinton, it was supporters who want to continue president barack obama's policies that showed their support. anne-marie? >> hena daniels, thanks a lot. as it polls, democrats are ready to rally around the party nominee. nearly seven out of ten sanders supporters said they would definitely or probably vote for clinton. 65% of new york democratic voters say clinton has the better chance of beating donald trump in the general election. cbs news estimates that hillary clinton picked up at least 135 delegates in new york. she now has about 80% of the delegates she needs to clinch the nomination. with the help of superdelegates, she could have enough delegates by mid-may. donald trump now has 844 delegates after picking up at least 89 of the 95 delegates up for grabs here in new york.
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candidate with a chance to clinch the nomination before july's convention. demarco morgan and cbs elections director anthony silvanto looked at the gop race. when we look at the republican side to your point, you see that donald trump picks up another win. he's won more than ted cruz and won in every region of the country. here again in the northeast, just about swept the northeast here, the south, of course, upper midwest and then west. as we go forward, though, that's what you want to watch -- >> reporter: listening to your every word. >> as we go forward, we're going to fill in this gap here in a couple of weeks. so pennsylvania, delaware, rhode island, that all might lean toward trump. then we'll head here in may, washington, oregon, eventually montana, might be more cruz -- >> reporter: going to the convention? i would love to have a front row seat. i think it's going to be like a mayweather fight. everybody wants to see it take place. >> it could be the event of the century. we're not there yet because of
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because of california. >> reporter: california. >> that's going to vote at the end of june. if donald trump is going to clinch, he needs big wins throughout. then it will be a squeaker, and california will decide when it puts him over the top or we go to cleveland. >> trump has called the nominating process rigged and says since he has the most votes he should be the nominee. new york republicans appear to agree. 68% say if no one has a delegate majority, the candidate with the most votes should be the nominee. and the majority of new york republicans want the next president to be an outsider. coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll discuss the new york primary and what comes next with cbs news political director and "face the nation" moderator john dickerson. now to the severe weather in southeast texas where at least seven people have been killed by raging floodwaters. more showers and thunderstorms expected today in the southern plain and western gulf coast states.
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night and has begun to recede in many areas. thousands have been forced from their homes. yesterday, there was a new round of evacuations including residents from an assisted living facility. some were in wheelchairs. >> i like adventure, show to ought to be all right. i'm not afraid. i'm crying, but i'm not afraid. >> houston schools are scheduled to reopen today. classes have been canceled for two days. and today, the michigan attorney general is expected to criminally charge three government employees for alleged wrongdoing in the flint water crisis. for 18 months, flint's water source was switched to save money, and residents used improperly treated, lead-tainted water. the charges include violating michigan's drinking water law, official misconduct, and evidence tampering. president obama arrives in saudi arabia this morning. mr. obama is attending a security summit but hopes to
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the saudis threatened to sell up to $750 billion in u.s. assets if congress passes a bill that would -- could make it liable attacks. the president opposes the measure:the. survivors from the massive fading. distraught family members hoping against hope. saturday's quake destroyed or damaged some 1,500 buildings leaving over 20,000 homeless. more than 500 people were killed. in southern japan, recovery teams continue to find bodies there four days after a powerful earthquake. searchers on wednesday located the body of a man in a landslide-hit area bringing the death toll to 48. three people remain missing. a top fbi official told congress encryption is making it harder and harder to access information from digital devices. amy hess testifying on capitol hill yesterday said that was all
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last six months, passwords prevented the agency from time. she also defended the department's use of a third party to crack the phone used in the san bernardino attack. coming up on the "morning news," searching in a deadly shooting case -- sentencing, rather, in a deadly shooting a former new york city cop learns his fate for shooting an unarmed black man. and trapped by ice, stuck killer whales get a hand. this is the "cbs morning news." wildlife rescue workers open up a lot of dawn. tough on grease...yet gentle. dawn helps open... something even bigger. go to,
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[ sounds ] that sound is a cry for help from a killer whale. four orcas became trapped in icy water off sacaline island. boaters jumped in and led them to safety.
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may be headed to mexico, and a new york cop spared jail time. "the new york times" reports that a former city officer will serve no prison time in a deadly shooting. peter liang was sentenced yesterday to probation and community service for the killing two years ago in a dark brooklyn stairwell. the judge reduced the jury's manslaughter conviction to criminally negligent homicide. that infuriated the victim's family. >> what happened to the justice? he cannot breathe or speak to his daughter. >> liang apologized to the family saying the shooting was accidental. the "seattle times" reports two brothers accused of murder may helped to mexico. it's believed tony and john reed killed a washington couple last week. they got cash and exchanged cars with two men in phoenix. the "washington post" reports a court victory for a transgender teenager in virginia.
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that gavin grimm's discrimination case against a school board may go forward. grimm, born female, was banned from using boys' bathrooms. "the salt lake tribune" reports that utah is the first state to declare pornography as a public health crisis. the measures signed by the governor yesterday does not ban anything. businesses are being urged to keep young people from seeing porn at public wi-fi sites. the "los angeles times" reports a settlement in an $11 million lawsuit brought by members of a book club against a tour company. the women were kicked off the napa valley wine train because workers said they were too loud. 10 of 11 women were black. no terms were disclosed. "vogue" is publishing taylor swift's answers to its 73 questions. >> can you show me a cool or bizarre talent? >> okay, i'm well aware that this is not a talent. but this is like the only thing that i can do. i have double-jointed elbows, so -- >> no. oh, man.
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target is taking a stand in the debate about the bathrooms transgender people may use. the retailer says workers and customers may use the facility corresponding to their gender identity. the announcement said inclusivity is a core belief at the company. on the "moneywatch," intel announces big cuts, and mcdonald's builds a bigger burger. stocks on wall street finished mostly higher, though. the dow jones industrials gained 49 points. the s&p 500 rose six points. the tech-heavy nasdaq composed fell 19. chipmaking giant intel is cutting 12,000 jobs, that's about 11% of its work force. intel says there will be vary and involuntary depap -- departures from operations worldwide.
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notified in 60 days. intel is reorganizing in the face of declining sales in personal computers. intel says it hopes the cuts will save $1.4 billion annually. google is expected to be antitrustrules. the e.u. says google unfairly favors google services like its search engine and google maps. the charges known as statement of objections could be filed as early as today. the u.s. is also looking into when google broke antitrust laws. coke is getting a new look. coca-cola is giving its cans and bottles a makeover called one brand. it plans to unify the appearance of regular coke, diet coke, coke zero, and coke life. the new look will feature a red disc reminiscent of regular coke. there could be big change coming to the big mac. mcdonald's says it's testing a bigger and smaller version in ohio and dallas. the grand mac is made with two one-third-pound beef patties.
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the mac jr. is a single layer big mac for $2.39 to $2.59. mcdonald's is looking to turn around slumping sales. visa says it's making improvement to its chip-embedded credit and debit cards to improve checkout times. visa says its quick chip for emv technology will allow customers to dip and remove cards usually in two seconds or less without waiting for purchase to be finalized. the upgrade will be rolled out over the next six months. coming up on "cbs this morning," a closer look at free curbside pickup at cvs drug stores. ahead, the royals visit a galaxy far, far away. britain's two princes go behind the scenes to meet some iconic "star wars" characters. dreamt about it, maybe you should just go ahead and do it. we're legalzoom, and we've helped over a million people just like you start their own businesses. legalzoom.
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to check rate queen elizabeth's 90th birthday, royal mail has issued new stamps royals. the queen is pictured with son prince charles, grandson, prince william, and her great grandson, prince george, standing on a stack of books. there is the first time 2-year-old george, the feature king, is featured on a stamp. the queen celebrates the big 9-0 tomorrow. and prince william and prince harry will attend the party later this week. yesterday it was all about "star wars." the duo visited the set of the upcoming film and even tried their hand with a few lightsabers. they met chewbacca and watched thing around the set. the force is strong with these two. when it came to naming a massive $300 million polar research ship, a u.k. research
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the people spoke. boaty mcboatface got the most votes in an online poll. sadly the british government torpedoed the idea. now they'll scour polls for other responses and find a more suitable name. too bad. a california surfer caught more than waves last time in the water. his know itgopro camera caught a leaping shark. the sighting came after reports earlier in the day of a possible shark sighting. area scientists believe the sharks are hanging around southern california due to el nino's warmer waters. pretty cool. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the ceo of fox.
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here's another look at this morning's top stories. hillary clinton won the new york primary picking up at least 135 delegates. she now has about 80% of the delegates needed to clinch the nomination. the win gave clinton momentum after losing a series of
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she said victory is in sight. and donald trump coasted to victory in new york, winning every county except the borough of manhattan. trump captured 60% of the new york vote and most of the state's 95 delegates. he is now the only republican candidate with a chance to win the nomination before the convention. a georgia roller coaster offers a new thrill for those who simply aren't satisfied with just the stomach-churning, typical ride. explains. >> reporter: a new twist to the daredevil dive at six flags over georgia. [ screams ] >> reporter: in addition to the descent, vertical drop, and dive loop, it's the first virtual reality roller coaster in north america. >> it takes you away like you're in a completely different place as opposed to just being on a roller coaster. >> reporter: while hurtling toward the ground and whipping around turns, your headset makes you blind to the outside world. >> you look straight ahead, and
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bluetooths to a box inside the roller coaster. as soon as you leave the station, you are now a co-pilot in a fighter jet-set out to save mankind in a hangar. >> reporter: you can't see the person next to you or what's coming next in the ride which can be good if you're afraid of heights. >> i didn't have that same fear of heights. it took you more through the buildings in the city. it was a different, unique feel. >> reporter: the videos are tailored for each ride. visuals are synchronized with the coaster's moves and riders' location on the track so even if you're in back, you still have a front row perspective. >> when the roller coaster goes upside down when you're not experiencing it normally, the video you're looking at in your headset goes upside down, too. >> reporter: timing is key to make the experience realistic and not make people disoriented. >> it was really good. kind of made me dizzy with the goggles. >> reporter: six flags is epanneding virtual reality -- ex-panneding virtual reality to
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southern california. the first vr coaster opened in england in march. there will likely be additions to the growing list with riders screaming for more. in san francisco, for cbs news. >> my gosh! >> may have to take a roadtrip because that is cool. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," dramatic dashcam video allegedly showing a technician taking a customer's audi for a high-speed joyride. new surveillance video in the texas church murder of a mother of three. and a tv home renovation gone wrong. a lawsuit against a production company behind the hit show "love it or list it." news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
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