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captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, april 27th, 2016. this the "cbs morning news." primary perfection, donald trump sweeps all five states, scoring hundreds of delegates and setting his sights on his potential next opponent. >> if hillary were a man, i don't think she'd get 5% of the vote. the only thing she's got going is the woman's card. and the beautiful thing is, women don't like her. >> and she didn't score the sweep, but hillary clinton got much closer to capturing her party's nomination with bernie sanders nearly out of contention. breaking overnight, widespread flooding, possible
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thousands without power as severe storms pummel the plains. don't have to be rich to be my girl and the future of prince's estate is up in the air. the star left behind hundreds of millions of dollars but not a will. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we will have details on the primaries in a moment. first, more severe weather is expected to battler the central and southern plains again today. the worst weather is expected from houston north to iowa. the storms brought a possible tornado to a small town in eastern oklahoma. the national weather service received reports of five tornadoes yesterday. the severe weather also brought dangerous lightning. this video shows a strike near the national weather center in norman, oklahoma.
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running for cover. ierk fish-- eric fisher of wbz, is tracking the storm. tuesday a severe day of weather across the plains that moved farther east into wednesday. a dip in the jet stream cutting into warm, humid air. we have another day with a chance of tornadoes, large hail, damaging wind gusts, and heavy rainfall. we have leftover storms from last night. those chugging off toward the east. a new batch fires up as we head into the afternoon. that peak heating of the day. that's when you could see severe weather break out yet again. places to watch, central and western tennessee getting into southern and western illinois. st. louis, as well, in on the action. main issues, a chance for tornadoes and large hail developing. the warm sector is very warm. look at the highs today, well to the 80s across the south and east. colder air relegated to the northern tier of states. now to the presidential
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donald trump and hillary clinton emerged victorious in the latest series of primaries. clinton won four of the five eastern states that voted yesterday. donald trump, as expected, easily claimed victories in all of them. we have more from brooks here in new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it wasn't just a trump win but a blowout. he climbed twice as many votes in all five states, a major step in securing the gop nomination. after sweeping primary wins tuesday, donald trump declared himself the presumptive gop nominee, urging ted cruz and john kasich to give up. >> as far as i'm concerned, it's over. these two guys cannot win. there's no path. >> reporter: the republican front-runner went 5-5 in pennsylvania, delaware, maryland, connecticut, and rhode island. a win next week in indiana could make trump unstoppable. kasich won't campaign in the state, giving cruz a one on one chance to stall trump.
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back to more favorable terrain. >> reporter: the billionaire candidate is already looking ahead to a general election match-up with hardship -- with hillary clinton. >> the only thing she's got going is the woman's card. the beautiful thing is women don't like her. >> reporter: the democratic front-runner welcomed the criticism during a victory speech in philadelphia. >> if fighting for women's health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the woman card, then deal made! >> reporter: clinton is 90% of the way to securing the democratic nomination after beating bernie sanders in four states yesterday. despite picking up just one win in rhode island, the vermont senator vowed to campaign until the convention. >> this campaign is not just about electing a president. it is about transforming our nation. >> reporter: sanders would need landslide wins in virtually
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clinton. with very little chance of winning the nomination, why would sanders stay in the race? tuesday he suggested it is in part to help shape the democratic platform, calling for the platform to include a $15 minimum wage and government-provided health care. >> thanks a lot, brooks. despite the big wins, neither front-runner has enough delegates yet to secure their party's nomination, but they're close. hillary clinton is just 245 delegates shy of the magic number. there are more than 1,300 delegates still available in upcoming contests. donald trump has 949 delegates and needs fewer than 300 more. there are 637 gop delegates still up for grabs. here's cbs news elections director anthony silvanto. >> reporter: big night, big string of wins for donald trump,
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the key, picking up almost all the delegates that were available. well over 900 on the way to the magic number of 1,237 he needs to clinch. he eliminates ted cruz from being able to clinch the nomination on a first ballot at the convention. now donald trump is the only one who could do that. his opponents just going to try to stop him short of that magic number before the convention. on the democratic side, hillary clinton continues her march to her nomination. she picks up most of the delegates tonight, including key wins in the state of pennsylvania, maryland, and in connecticut. for her, her delegate math means that she could continue to win. she could even afford to lose some states as we go forward. she could clinch as early as maybe mid to late may. back to you. >> anthony, thank you. coming up on "cbs this morning," cbs news political
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moderator, john dickerson, has more analysis of the primary results. former republican house speaker dennis hastert is expected to be sentenced this morning for violating banking laws. the charge is in connection to allegations he sexually assaulted at least four student athletes decades ago as a high school wrestling coach. hastert admit evading financial regulations when he began withdrawing money to allegedly keep one victim quiet. and prince's will has not been found if it even exists at all. that's now setting the stage for a court fight over the pop icon's enormous assets. i just want your extra time and your kiss >> reporter: in life, prince was in total control of his music. in death, it appears control may be turned over to a judge. these court documents filed on behalf of his sister, tyka nelson, states she does not know of the existence of a will and
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special administrator to divide his estate. entertain lawyer ken abdo has worked for prince in the past. how does he not have a will? >> one logical explanation is he did not expect to die. >> reporter: abdo says he's surprised given prince's army of lawyers. >> i was in a room once about ten years ago, and somebody posed the question how many here have done work for prince. and 15 competent, known music lovers raised their hands. >> reporter: in addition to nelson, list read six half siblings who under minnesota law are equal heirs. the investigation into what caused prince's death is ongoing. the sheriff's office says a preliminary cause could come within the week. cbs news. >> prince's net worth is estimated at $300 million. his music catalog could be worth hundreds of millions more. a preliminary cause of death could come this week. coming up on the news,
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attorney general in north carolina. state senator buck newton backs the new law limiting anti-discrimination protections for gays and transgender people. he told a court this week -- a crowd, rather, this week, he wants to "keep our state straight." >> if i can't win this election because i ran hb2, so be it. >> north carolina democrats are furious. they say newton should apologize, and they want the governor to disavow the statement. "the new york times" reports that a volkswagen executive showed how to cheat on u.s. pollution tests ten years ago. the presentation was found in the investigation of vw's cheating scandal. 11 million diesel-powered vws worldwide have software that tricks emissions tests. "the boston globe" reports on the growing mumps outbreak at harvard. the university confirming 40 cases with 11 students in isolation.
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of the students had received mumps vaccinations. new york "daily news" news" reports chyna's brain will be donated to science. she died at the age of 45. her brain will be decided for signs of a disease researchers have linked to repeated concussions. coming up, campaign hack? phone app from the republican presidential candidates raise serious concerns. i was about to be the first 3rd grader to jump the cook county creek. jump 50 feet over the rapids and i crash land. mom patched me up. check out my scar. there's nothing there! you didn't jump the creek! what? now there's a new neosporin antibiotic that keeps her protected and minimizes scars.
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revenue run is over for apple, and campaign apps raise security concerns. hena daniels is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. wall street is awaiting this afternoon's announcement by the fed on interest rates. experts widely expect the central bank to keep the rates steady, but it may tweak the nation's economic outlook to reflect better conditions, making a rate hike in the future more likely. the dow jones gained 13 yesterday. the s&p 500 added almost 4. the nasdaq dropped 7 still, apple reported a $10.5 billion profit for the quarter. and chipotle posted its first quarterly loss as it tries to bring back customers following a series of food
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the mexican chain reported sales fell nearly 30% in the first quarter. it recently launched a campaign offering free meals to lure back customers, giving away five million entrees. nike co-founder, phil knight," will step down ads as the chairman. "the oregonian" says he will leave the post in june. knight revealed he will do it this year. he's recommended nike ceo mark parker to replace him. another computer security firm is warning that apps released by cruz and the kasich campaign are vulnerable to hackers. software company symantec says the cruz crew and kasich 2016 apps could leak sensitive personal information from users' phones. the cruz campaign dismissed the claims. kasich's spokesman declined to comment. and 7-11's fresh brand
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the famous baby eagles now have big feather force fill. they will be known as freedom and liberty. more than 36,000 votes were received on line in a contest to name them. they hatched last month at the national arboretum in washington. for the third year in a row, first lady michelle obama celebrated college signing day. this time in new york city. with the help of mtv, flotus cheered on high school students making their college picks. the first lady got some help from celebrity friends all repping their colleges proudly. >> the minute you get to college this fall, i want you to get right back to work, all right? [ applause ] >> because today is not the end of your journey. it's just the beginning. >> college signing day is part of mrs. obama's reach higher initiative aimed at celebrating
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risks celebrated. and speaking of celebrating athletics, the stage is set literally for tomorrow's nfl draft. cameras got a peek at the stage where college players become nfl draft picks. for the second year in a row, the draft is being held in chicago. the big show will be held at auditorium stadium. but chicago's grant park will transform to draft town, an outdoor fan festival. despite sitting out 43 games because of back problems, golden state warriors head coach steve kerr was named nba coach of the year. kerr helped lead the team to the playoffs and the nba record for most wins in a season. luke walton, who filled in for kerr during his absence, was by kerr's side as he accepted the honor tuesday. coming up after your local news, comedian louis c.k. i'm anne-marie green.
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here's another look at this morning's top stories. more severe weather is expected today across the central and southern plains. an area stretching from houston to iowa will likely see the worst of it. yesterday, storms brought huge hail, damaging winds, flash flooding, and five reported tornadoes. and donald trump declared himself the presumptive gop nominee after a clean sweep of the five states that held primaries yesterday. hillary clinton won connecticut, delaware, maryland, pennsylvania. bernie sanders won only rhode island but pledged to keep campaigning until the convention. a washington, d.c., woman who became an internet sensation after dancing at the white house got help yesterday with some bureaucratic red tape. bill plante reports. come on!
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with president and mrs. obama that made 107-year-old virginia mclauren famous. >> i thought i would never let to get in the white house. >> are you here! >> reporter: the video went viral, and interview requests poured in from new york, los angeles, even europe. she couldn't travel. she's had no government-issued i.d. since her purse was snatched years ago. >> i didn't ever get the i.d. or my pocketbook. >> reporter: when the south carolina carolinan-born centurnarian applied -- they said you had to have a birth certificate. and south carolina said you had to have a photo i.d. >> that's what they said. >> reporter: it wasn't until her predicament surfaced in the "washington post" that d.c. scrambled to pass an exception to the rule. the mayor showed up in person to deliver the paperwork. >> good to see you! >> narrator: her concern isn't
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she wanted to be sure that she had the right to vote even though d.c. doesn't require voter i.d. she does want her son to drive her to myrtle beach this summer. you say you're not going to fly, why not? >> no, i never flew. i'm afraid. >> reporter: you're not going to fly until -- >> the lord gives me wings. >> reporter: you won't need an i.d. for that. >> no. no, i won't need it. i'll be free at last. >> reporter: bill plante, cbs news, washington. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a look at harassment on the internet. women sports reporters shine a light on mean tweets they've received. plus, we'll take you inside "time" magazine's gala honoring this year's 100 most influential people. and charlie talks with comedian louis c.k. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday.
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have a great day. . live from studio 46. this is cbs 2 news this morning. it is 4:30, 46 degrees, a cool morning but brighter afternoon ahead. traffic and weather on the 2's in a moment. first campaign 2016 the front after voting in connecticuit and four other states. janelle burrell joins us good morning. these wins are making it more and more likely it will be donald trump and hillary clinton. with sweeps in all five primaries donald trump now ratcheting up his attacks who


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