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woof. captioning funded by cbs it's friday, april 29th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking overnight, anti-trump protesters clash with police in outside county, california. lease for-- lucifer in the flesh. >> former house speaker john boehner shares his thoughts on ted cruz. a bomb scare in baltimore when a man in a panda suit storms a tv station. he said he had a bomb strapped to his chest, but it was something much less sinister. and drama at the nfl draft.
surprise, but something on the top prospect's twitter feed surprised even him and sent his draft stock sliding. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. breaking overnight, a protest outside a donald trump campaign event turned violent in california. thousands of anti-trump demonstrators and trump supporters in orange county clashed over the candidate's immigration policies, particularly his call to build a wall to separate the u.s. from mexico. police in riot gear and on horseback formed a barrier between the two groups. some police cars were damaged. about 20 people were arrested. brook silva-bragga has more. >> reporter: police made about 20 arrests last night. trump is likely to spend a lot of time in california. he needs to win the state to secure the republican nomination
it could be a tense five weeks between now and their june 7 primary. anti-donald trump protesters clashed with police outside an amphitheater in costa mesa, california, late thursday night. some in the crowd held "dump trump" signs as a blocked traffic. others took their frustrations out on a police car. the protests come as trump turns his attention to delegate-rich california in a bid to secure a general election match-up with hillary clinton. she shouldn't be allowed to run because what's happened with that whole e-mail scandal is an absolute disgrace. >> reporter: rival ted cruz remains focused on indiana. yesterday he denied entering into an alliance with john kasich to win the state. >> i recognize that the media's eager to talk about an alliance. there is no alliance. >> reporter: despite agreeing ton campaign in indiana, kasich got a boost from the largest daily newspaper, "the indianapolis star," calling the potential trump presidency a danger to the u.s. and the world
for gop primary voters. the star also supported hillary clinton saying she was the best democratic choice. the bernie sanders campaign is focusing its energy almost exclusively on california. anne-marie? >> brooks silva-braga, thanks a lot. at a forum wednesday night at stanford university, former house speaker john boehner told the audience how he really feels it republican presidential candidate ted cruz. >> lucifer in the flesh. [ applause ] >> i get along with almost everybody, but i have never worked with a more miserable son of a [ bleep ]. >> cruise dismissed the -- cruz dismissed the remarks and said boehner was channeling his inner donald trump. he expressed his disdain for the texas senator. an envelope with a white substance sparked an alert at
it was harmless. trump wasn't there at the time. in march, a letter containing a white powder and threatening note was sent to the manhattan apartment of trump's son. in baltimore, a scare there. this one at one of the city's television stations. police shot a man after he walked inside the building wearing an animal costume and claimed he had a bomb. as craig boswell report, the bomb turned out to be something more inokay use. >> reporter: police shot the suspect addressed in a panda outside the fox affiliate after commands to stop and show his hands. employees say the incident began shortly after 1:00 p.m. thursday when a car in the parking lot of set on fire, and the suspect demanded to be let inside the television station. >> wearing a surgical mask and sunglasses, and he had a flash drive that he said he wanted to give the information from the flash drive on the air. >> reporter: the suspect claimed he had a bomb strapped to his chest. >> nosethose devices were actually
aluminum foil with wiring connecting each of them. >> reporter: a security guard evacuated the building and kept the man contained in an outer vest public school vestibule before he walked out. >> i told him i couldn't let him out, but i'd do what i could to help him out. >> reporter: station employees are calling the security guard a hero. >> he takes his job very seriously. god bless him for it. >> he was calm, cool, and collected. >> reporter: the suspect was loaded into an ambulance and take notn to the hospital. he is expected to survive. cbs news, baltimore. today, severe weather takes aim at the southern u.s. yesterday's outbreak spawned a tornado in indiana that damaged two homes. storms elsewhere brought golf ball-sized hail and damaging winds. eric fisher, chief meteorologist of our boston station, wbz, is tracking weather. it's been a stormy week, and the storms continue this last friday of april. the focus mainly across the
some storms moving into arkansas. the main threat looks to be heavy rain, damaging winds, and hail. a few tornadoes also possible. and it comes in a couple of ways. we have one area of storms ongoing from yesterday, rolling east through the morning hours, heading over into arkansas. locally heavy rainfall. then another round of storms develops as we head toward the afternoon and evening. starting to light up around the dallas area, heading over again into arkansas. we could see a few spots of flash flooding. that cluster moves eastward overnight. stay aware. coast to coast, warm in southeast. atlanta near 90. cool in the northeast. boston at 50. cold in the intermountain west. the denver area expect being a half foot of snow this friday. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs news. have a great weekend. vice president jonesboro is -- biden is calling for a cure
project moonshot would work by partnering with researchers around the globe. his son died of cancer last year. the vice president also meets with pope francis. before traveling to rome, biden made an unannounced visit to iraq. he spent it eight hours meeting with iraqi and kurdish leaders. biden said the u.s. and iraq are making "real progress" in the fight against isis, and reaffirmed america's commitment to defeat the terror group. in california, three people with close family ties to the san bernardino attackers pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to commit marriage fraud. the brother of one of the shooters, his wife, and her sister are accused of working together to maintain a sham marriage. the charge unrelated to the december shooting that left 14 people dead. all three pleaded not guilty yesterday afternoon in federal court. the united states and united nations condemned air strikes and shelling that killed dozens in the city of aleap over now with a -- aleppo now with a
has collapsed. activists say more than 60 died in a 24-hour period. some of the deaths came when an air strike demolished a doctors without borders-supported children's hospital in a rebel-held area of the city. investigators are now looking at when pop icon prince died of a drug overdose. a law enforcement source tells the associated press investigators are trying to find out if a doctor was prescribing him drugs in the weeks leading up to his death. painkillers were found in prince's home where he died. investigators are also trying to find out if a doctor was aboard prince's plane when it made an emergency landing earlier this month. a drug test led to a high-profile suspension in big league baseball. dee gordon of the miami marlins must sit out 80 games after he tested positive for two performance-enhancing drugs. the second baseman led the national league in hitting last
to the nfl draft, and the rams have a new city and new q.b. >> with the first big in the 2016 nfl draft, the los angeles rams select jared goff, quarterback, california. >> quarterback jared goff was the 22nd selected in the first draft and the first selecteded in the first round since aaron rogers who tweeted, "grassroots on realizing your nfl dream. you made cal football proud. enjoy l.a. #rollonyoubears." what happened before the draft and a video posted by laramy laramy tunsil on twitter.
through a bong and wearing a gas mask. he wasn't picked as early as predicted and analysts are blaming the video. eventually he was selecteded 13th pick. analysts say the video cost him millions. tunsil admits that was him in the clip but that it was taped in 2011 and added a hacker was to blame. coming up on "cbs morning news," controversial comedy. will ferrell criticized by ronald reagan's daughter over an upcoming committee. and skydive scare, a skydiver caught on video trying to fix his tangled parachute in midair. and i know a thing or two about trading. so i trade with e trade, where true traders trade on a trademarked trade platform that has all the... get off the computer traitor! i won't. (cannon sound) mobility is very important to me. that's why i use e trade mobile. it's on all my mobile devices, so it suits my mobile lifestyle.
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moments as a skydiver untangles his parachute while plunging to the ground. jared martin's chu at the got twisted when he jumped over dubai. and he lost the use of his legs in a jump stunt accident seven years ago. the rest of the dive went much better and rather smoothly. ronald reagan's daughter has harsh words for comedian will ferrell, and a holdup for military aid to israel. those are some of the headlines on the morning "newsstand." "the new york times" reports that new u.s. military aid for israel is being slowed by a disagreement by the nations' leaders. it could top $40 million, the largest deal granted by the u.s. to another nation. israel is holding out for more generous terms for the aid package. "the seattle times" reports that mexican police expect to capture a pair of murder suspects within days. police believe john and tony reed fled south after killing a washington state couple earlier this month. fugitives on the fbi's
to be captured in mexico than any other foreign nation. "the denver post" reports testimony about the mental state of the suspect in an attack at a planned parenthood clinic. a psychologist yesterday said robert deere is delusional and not competent to stand trial. he's accused of killing three people at a colorado springs clinic last november. "the charlotte observer" reports that the ncaa will require sites for sports championships to be free of bias. the policy would be tested in 2017 and 2018 when men's basketball tournament games scheduled in new york. a new law there limits anti-discrimination protections for gays and transgender people. "the daily beast" reports that will ferrell is being taken to task by the daughter of ronald reagan. the comedian plans to produce and star in a movie showing reagan suffering from alzheimer's. in an open letter, patti daif is
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the nasdaq dropped 5 points. the nation's largest cable company, comcast, is buying film company dreamworks animation in a $3.5 billion deal. dreamworks stockholder will get $31 per share, a 24% premium over the closing price. dreamworks created films like "shrek "shrek" and "kung fu panned a." amazon reported much better than expected results. the net income exceeded a half billion dollars in the first three months of the year compared to a loss the same time last year. amazon shares jumped 12% in extended trading. fiat chrysler and google are in advanced to talks to put self-driving cars on the road. the conversations confirmed by the associated press.
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airing right here on cbs on may 8th. the first lady is getting a starring role here on cbs. michelle obama will appear in an episode of "ncis" airing tuesday, may 3rd. it's an honor for cbs as it is the first time the first lady has led a non-news tv crew inside the white house to film. the appearance is in celebration of the fifth anniversary of the joining forces initiative to help troops. and some student journalist istists got a privilege rarely accorded even to media pros, facetime with the president. josh earnest was visiting with students at the white house when a surprise oftor arrived. >> i hear there are some journalists here. you know, josh was speaking for me, and i wanted to make sure he was getting it right. young lady right there in the red. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning,"
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here's another look at this morning's top stories. police in costa masesamesa, california, roast good 20 people last night when thousands of trump protesters and supporters clashed over the candidate's position on immigration. it happened outside the pacific amphitheater where trump was delivering a campaign speech. and former speaker of the house john boehner described republican presidential candidate ted cruz as lucifer in the flesh and the most miserable person he's ever worked with. cruz, who is trailing donald trump for the republican nomination, dismissed boehner's remarks saying they've never actually worked together. as we mentioned, vice president joe biden speaks ate conference today at the vatican about his moonshot cancer initiative. doctors, patients, and
breakthroughs and future treatments. as we report, a young cancer survivor is stealing the show. it's exciting. this is crazy. >> reporter: alana simons' battle with cancer has taken her all the way to vatican city. >> even when i first started doing research, i never expected it to be this successful. >> reporter: the 20-year-old is speaking to some of the world's leading cancer research ters cellular horizons conference years after she was diagnosed with liver cancer. >> i've been completely healthy. newly grown liver. >> reporter: alana was 12 when doctors removed her tumor. >> at first my initial response was, okay, i'm done. that was, you know, an interesting chapter of my life, but i'm done with it. >> reporter: while in remission, she started a new chapter to investigate her disease and help others. a journey that led her here to the vatican. she turned to youtube and asked other kids with her same type of cancer to send in samples of their own tumors.
under the supervision of her father, a scientist, she discovered a common mutation in each sample. >> alana simon. [ applause ] >> reporter: cbs news medical correspondent dr. max gomez introduced alana at the conference. >> she was able to take her own cancer, grab it by the horns if you will, do genetic sequencing on it, and really find out what it was that caused her cancer. >> reporter: alana says her research could one day help find cures for more common cancers. >> if someone else had gotten it instead of me, maybe it wouldn't have turned into something beneficial. >> reporter: alana return to the lab this summer but first heads to harvard for finals. cbs news, vatican city. >> pretty remarkable. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we'll show how acres of farmland are taking root in chicago's south side. we talk with a curator of ted talks, chris anderson, but his new book on ted talks.
have a great day. live from studio 46, this is cbs2 news this morning. >> it's 4:30, 50 degrees on this friday april 29th. you're waking up to a cloudy cool day ahead with temperatures not even getting out of the 50s. i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. welcome to cbs2 news this morning. first, a tourist in central park reports a disturbing incident to police. >> he says a man approached him last night offering a young boy for sex. janelle burrell with more. she's live in central park this morning. >> reporter: these are extremely chilling child abuse claims police are telling us about. they say it happened around 11:50 last night right here inside the park. they say that tourist from california was approached by a 35-year-old man who was with his 11-year-old son. the tourist says that the