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do you know the guy that broke into the house? no. why do i feel like i'm the one did something wrong here? i'm the victim. you think of anyone who would want to kill you? can i think of anyone who might want to kill me? how much time do you have? erin reagan. i'm justin taylor. sorry. should i know you? i'm the lawyer who filed for the 440 motion on behalf of my client-- for a retrial. uh, your client? uh, suzanne taylor. you put her away 12 years ago-- unjustly. well, i'm going to have to look up that case. uh, the-the murder of a 24-hour convenience store clerk, up in morningside heights. she was sentenced to 15 years for a crime that she didn't commit. i'm petitioning for a retrial because she's innocent. and how do you know that?
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i own a cement company in college point. uh-huh. we do a lot of business. there's always people complaining about one thing or another. people that owe me money, people i owe money to... wait, wait, wait. you're saying somebody tried to off you and your wife 'cause their cement didn't set right? what? i deal in commerce. okay. mostly building materials for high-rises. cement, dirt. we're talking multimillion-dollar jobs. six months ago, this guy anton petrov-- across town-- opens up another cement company, trying to steal my customers. and? i undercut his prices. got all my clients back. but he wasn't happy. he even threatened me. he threatened you, huh? with what? i believe his exact words had something to do with... me only being able to eat meals through a straw when he was done with me. he's inside.
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(knocking) come in. commissioner. how'd you know where to find me? baker told me you were here. that's not supposed to happen. it's not her fault. sit down. i was the one who recommended danny and baez for the medal for valor. and you didn't tell me? i knew how you'd feel about it. why didn't you just tell me this morning? because i knew how you'd feel about it. (sighs) as i recall, you had plenty of problems with danny when you were his boss. yes, i did. but never about his commitment or his courage. yet you never submitted his name for a medal before.
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so, when you found out you were moving on, you decided to do it then? actually, i thought i was gonna get canned, so i thought i'd go out with a bang and right a wrong. these medals are not to be used as a parting gift. that's not what this is. it's what it sounds like. this is about what i think medals in general are partly about. it's about the officers' families. it's about them getting to see their spouse or mom or dad as a hero. i'm sorry. i won't approve your recommendation at this time. sir, i get it that you don't want to show favoritism to your kids, but they also shouldn't be punished
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(door shuts) man: nicholas bianco is a liar. did you threaten him? i don't threaten people. i actually follow through. what does that mean? it means if i wanted to hurt him, he'd be part of a landfill right now. that kind of sounds a little bit like a threat to me. i said "if." do you know this guy? no. he tried to kill nick bianco. too bad. that he wasn't successful. and this is my lawyer. you have any more questions, call him, not me. problem we're gonna have on this case, too many suspects. the m.e. sent her report. the vic's name was bruce epstein. lived in astoria. he was hit with three precision shots to the chest, all within one inch of each other. bianco must've knew his way around a gun. apparently so did epstein. his prints came back with a list of charges,
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but his last charges were dropped. why? well, it looks like the person he was accused of attempting to murder refused to testify. refused? or was threatened? let's find out. you take a look at that case i sent you? yeah, i did. so, suzanne taylor and her boyfriend, john mcveigh, tried to rob a 24-hour convenience store. mcveigh ended up shooting the store clerk to death. according to the witness, suzanne taylor was taking the cash from the register while the store clerk bled to death. taylor says she was never in the store and didn't know what had happened until she was arrested with her boyfriend. which contradicts the witness' and the boyfriend's statements. the boyfriend died of cancer in prison three years ago. great. so why is she being granted a 440 hearing now? because the only witness, carmen thompson, who i.d.'d taylor and mcveigh, was a crackhead. and the detective on the case, detective stevens, used her for three prior trials and two subsequent ones.
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over the phone. he's retired, living in arizona. he said there were 900 murders that year. neighborhoods like that, the people who tend to be outside late at night... crack addicts. i get it. but the same witness in six trials? it does taint the witness. and it taints him and me and the whole case. did he have anything to say about that? he said, "detectives don't decide who to prosecute." right. adas do. which means it's my fault for not vetting the witness better. erin, this was 12 years ago. there weren't even databases back then for witnesses. this isn't about placing blame. oh, that's exactly what it's about. do you think there's a possibility that suzanne taylor is innocent? i think you had a sloppy detective. that's not what i asked. you think there's a possibility that she's innocent? yes, there is.
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we need to ask you a few questions. do i have a choice? you can do it down at the squad room. george, take over the register. last year, you refused to testify against bruce epstein for an attempt he made on your life. yeah. so? so, what happened? why did you change your mind, decide not to testify? because i like breathing. what are you talking about? look, as soon as we opened this place, the mob sent someone over to meet me, and tell me we had to pay them off just to stay in business. and did you? no. i refused. that when that guy epstein comes to my place and shoots right through the window at me. are you sure it was him? trust me, when you're looking at the wrong end of a gun, your vision becomes very clear very fast. so, you think epstein is in the mob? i did some checking of my own.
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i don't know. well, it's your third trip without taking anything out. oh. (sighs heavily) (sighs) something's bothering you. not exactly. gormley put danny up for the medal for valor. oh, and you're afraid that it's gonna look like favoritism? there's that. and medal day will turn into a publicity event about me giving my son one, and danny will inherit all the backwash from cops who think they've been passed over. the whole thing's got three strikes against it from the jump. what would i do? i know what you would do. when you were commissioner,
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did you resent it? no, i understood it. so will danny. he's not me. no, he's not. but he does have your sense to favor the greater good. i guess i could just ask him. no. no, you can't. you can't put him in that position. did you ever regret it? one time. in '88, when you apprehended that bank robber all on your own before backup ever arrived. that was a clear case for the medal for valor. eh. now, every time you put on the uniform and i see a space where a medal should be, or a commendation bar, yeah. yeah, i have regrets.
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neither will danny. so, bianco says he has no idea why a professional hit man would want to kill him. keeps pointing to petrov. who, by the way, has a record for tax evasion. which is a long way from murder. what do you got? i didn't get much from bianco's surveillance, but i did talk to a neighbor who has security cameras around his house. i thought we could sneak a peek. uh-huh. but he said that when anna went away for the weekend with her girlfriends last month, bianco didn't waste any time bringing home a hot tamale. bianco has a girlfriend? that's what he said. well, that would be a motive for murder. let's go see the missus. ms. thompson, according to the witness statement,
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from within the convenience store, and then saw two people running from the store. is that correct? yes. erin: are either of those two people that you identified that night here today? yes. where? sitting right there. let the record reflect that the witness has identified suzanne taylor. thank you. your witness. was my client the one with the gun? no. remind me. what was your occupation at the time? my occupation? you were 21, an adult. what did you do for a living? objection. relevance? sustained. nothing. counselor, is this your first case? yes, your honor. and a very important one. yeah, well, keep on point. justin: what were you doing outside the convenience store that night? doing crack. i'm sorry. can you speak up, ms. thompson?
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justin: are you familiar with a detective stevens? yes. how many cases have you helped him on? objection. relevance? your honor, i'm establishing history. i'll allow it. i helped him on a lot. what's a lot? one or two cases? about five or six. well, you must like helping detective stevens. objection. leading the witness. i'll rephrase. how did you come to help detective stevens on so many cases? 'cause he used to give me money. which you'd use to buy crack. objection! withdrawn. no further questions. it could have easily have been me or my husband lying right there dead. can you think of anyone
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i thought it was a burglar looking for jewelry, stuff like that. well, we think it may be of a more personal nature. somebody who was mad at your husband for one reason or another. do you have any ideas about that? no. nick was a good husband. nick was a good husband? (sighs) every marriage has its ups and downs. what does that mean? was he cheating on you? no. it's not like that. what is it like? nicholas cheated on me, okay? but only after he found out i was cheating on him. we both got busy in our jobs, stopped paying attention to each other. the magic was gone. possible the man you were having an affair with wanted to get rid of your husband? no. i don't think so.
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okay, tell you what. we're gonna need the name of anybody you or your husband had a relationship with. okay? anyone you may have burned a bridge with, or could be holding a grudge against either way. maybe i should call my husband. maybe you should stop playing games, start cooperating, okay? how come you're still awake, kiddo? can't sleep. why can't you sleep? she said yes. she said yes? yeah. well, that's great news. yeah, but now what? now you take her on a date, you go to the movies. that's so boring. everyone does that. (sighs) okay. well, do you know what she likes to do? she likes to go ice-skating. could i bring her ice-skating? ice-skating sounds like a very good plan. thank you.
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good night. good night, kiddo. hello. hey. you know, you should ask your boss for a bigger office. i don't think that's a good idea. he can be a hard-ass sometimes. so i hear. whenever you prowl the 14th floor and end up here in my crowded little off it usually means my life is gonna become more complicated. you're sometimes good at uncomplicating things. how about i try that now? why don't you pretend that danny's last name isn't reagan and decide if he deserves a medal based on the merits of the case? i know he deserves it. that's not the point. well, try this. (sighs) my father worked for oldsmobile all his life, as did his father. so a moore had to drive an oldsmobile-- a used one when he started out,
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this isn't that. it's as close as i can get. i always looked at the oldsmobile as a legacy that was forced upon me, that no matter how well i did in life, my reward would be, yes, an oldsmobile. so he was banging a waitress, and she was letting the landscaper work on more than the garden. true love. maybe they just got bored. i mean, it happens. geez, baez, you sound like you're advocating extramarital affairs all of a sudden. no, i'm just saying that i don't think their affairs were significant enough where their lovers were willing to kill for them. i get it. i mean, it's not like he's taking off with the waitress, and she's not giving up the mcmansion to go off with the guy that mows the lawn. i knew it. i ran bianco through safetnet. guess who's looking at him. organized crime.
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and visit farxiga.com to learn how you can get it for free. what about video surveillance? erin, it was 2003. the video is long gone. the convenience store is a laundromat now. what about this? recovered at the scene. never tested? lab tech labeled it insufficient evidence. why? i don't know. the lab tech long since retired. i haven't been able to track him down. get it tested. maybe it fell through the cracks. what else are we missing? you were second seat on this case, erin. what's that supposed to mean? it means stop beating yourself up. why are you letting this case get to you? why'd you become a cop? my mother was murdered when i was 16. i'm sorry. i became a cop
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and did you find out? no. i became a lawyer because i love the truth. that's why this case is getting to me. because what if the truth is i'm responsible for a woman losing 12 years of her life? (door shuts) hey, dad. hey. i thought erin was bringing that. yeah, well, she's preoccupied with the 440 hearing, so she asked me. oh. i'll call her. yeah, you know those calls you make, dad, when you're pretending to be concerned about sunday dinner but you're really just fishing around for how we're doing, they're very transparent. are they, now?
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and what are we having? turkey. mmm. well, just so you know, when you show up with the food for sunday dinner, it is also transparent. oh. right. i know gormley threw my name in the hopper for a medal. i told him not to. i know you did. i just wanted you to know i told him not to because i don't need it, dad. and i'm sure you don't need the publicity that comes with it. i don't care about publicity. you shouldn't, either. okay, well, i hate wearing my dress blues. how about that? see you sunday. i'm proud of you, you know. i know. (sighs) (door shuts)
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an original title if i ever heard one. we've only been up on him for a month, so i don't have much for you. is he mobbed up? well, not exactly. he gets hired by fat al to truck concrete on rigged city contracts. we haven't gotten him breaking the law. how about this guy? he look familiar to you? bruce epstein. we think he's got at least five bodies under his belt. we're trying to figure out who would've hired this epstein to kill bianco. i don't have anything that'll help you with that. we didn't get anything on the wire about it. how about someone close to epstein who might know who hired him? we have a ci in the romano family, and they say that epstein doesn't keep any secrets from his girlfriend. baez: that's a little unusual for an organized crime member, especially a hit man. aren't they sworn to secrecy? love makes you do crazy things. or stupid things. got an address on the girlfriend? (sighs) (knocks)
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took a guess on how you like it. milk, no sugar? perfect. like everything else about you, no frills. i was thinking you and justin taylor have a lot in common. he also got into this field to seek justice for his mom. it's very noble. noble and naive. why would you say that? it means just because he believes his mother is innocent doesn't mean she is. these are the results of the dna from the cigarette found at the scene. it matches suzanne taylor. she was there. we're looking for valerie traynor. i'm valerie. danny: valerie, detectives reagan and baez. we need to talk. come on to the back.
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you're so '70s, reagan. metro is the new sexy. metro? i like t-bones, cold beer and loud burps. oh, charming. so, what can i do for you? we know bruce epstein was a hit man for the romano family. we know you were his girlfriend. fianc\e. and he also told me never to talk to cops. really? so you have no interest in finding out why he was killed? since when is the nypd interested in the murder of a hit man? we need to find out who sent him to bianco's house, make sure he wasn't set up. and to make sure you're not in any danger. look, we know he confided in you, okay? and given his profession, that's very unusual. well, he was... an unusual man. that's what i loved about him. i think he would want you protected. and we can provide that for you. if you're willing to cooperate. (sighs) what do you want to know? who sent him to kill bianco?
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why was he there? he was there to kill bianco's wife. anna was the target? why? i have no idea why. who hired him to kill her? her husband. i'm going to share a photo of my eggo waffle when it pops up. that's so interesting honey because i'm going to share a photo of my eggo waffle when it pops up. l'eggo my eggo l'eggo my eggo (answering machine) hey! leave a message. hi, i know you're there, 'cause i can see you. i'm calling you to tell you to l'eggo my eggo! anncr: some things are too delicious to share. golden crispy, warm and fluffy eggo waffles.
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i'm not supposed to talk to you without my lawyer, you know. that's right. you don't have to talk to me. a cigarette butt was found at the crime scene that was never tested for dna, so i had it sent to the lab. puts you at the scene. that doesn't mean i killed that store clerk. that store clerk's name was dillon hartin. he was 17 years old. i'm going to submit the results as evidence. justin should be getting it later on this afternoon. i have an 18-year-old daughter. if i had done something stupid, broken the law years ago, i can't imagine wanting to tell her because... because when people like you screw up, there's always someone there to get you out of it. you've been lying to your son all of these years. i never told him to reopen the case. he did that on his own.
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i didn't shoot dillon hartin. you were there. you took that money from the store. you ran away. you tried to help your boyfriend escape. and i've paid for it. so has justin. what do you want from me? i want you to tell the truth. that i was high on coke? that i was so in love with my boyfriend i'd do anything for him? including watch him kill that kid because he didn't get the money out of the drawer fast enough? is that what you want me to tell my son? yes.
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i understand that the truth is gonna come out. you need to decide if it's gonna come from you or me. guard? (door opens) you put out a hit on your wife. no, i didn't. sure you did. why don't you grow some balls and stop bs'ing. what'd you say to me? what are you gonna do? you gonna put out a hit on me next, huh? come on, sit down. sit down! you hired epstein to kill your wife.
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want to explain that? what the hell did your wife do to piss you off so much, huh? she find out you had a girlfriend? honest to god, i never cheated on... never cheated on her until you found out she was cheating on you, right? i know about that, too. what do you know? we were 18 years old when we first met. high school sweethearts. so what happened? what happens when you stop paying attention to your marriage? it starts to fall apart. okay. so you thought it would be better to just... off your wife... instead of dealing with the state of your marriage? i hired him in anger. right. and then i realized i... i still love her. i couldn't do it.
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but... he changed his number. that's what those guys do, huh? they change cell phones every few days. i, uh... couldn't cancel the hit, so i... waited up for him to arrive and... and then you killed him before he killed your wife. you know you could have headed it off and just told him you changed your mind. this isn't like canceling your fast food order. and legally, you can kill someone in self-defense if they break inside of your house. right? it's a great cover story. i want a lawyer. yeah, you're gonna need one. come on. get up. thank you.
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they said they were going to, but i don't think either of them can. what about you? i have to admit, i'm not very good. i'll help you. thanks. (groans) i can't believe i'm old enough to have a kid who's interested in girls. why? we weren't much older than them when we first met. do you remember that? when we came here? our second date? i hated ice-skating. i just... was trying to impress you. (laughs) well, as i recall, you weren't very impressive on the ice. well, i was just pretending, 'cause i wanted you to hold my hand. mmm. danny: oh. looks like jack's inherited some of my moves. (chuckles, mutters) you want one? you know what those look like? those look like, uh... stork's orange creams?
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wow! it is! how'd you do that? that place closed like three years ago. the old man's still alive. you found him? i found him-- i not only found him, i got him to make something special for you. and he was happy to do it, actually. really? you did all that? mm-hmm. hmm. you remember the first time we bought those together? mm-hmm. those were your favorite chocolates in the whole wide world. mm-hmm. and then you tried one and you got me to try one. mm-hmm. and then... still the best-tasting orange kiss of my entire life. (knocking) hi. hi.
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for the cigarette that you admitted into evidence. i already talked to the judge, and he's agreed to rescind my motion. i'm sorry. sorry you won? or... sorry my whole life has been based on a lie? when was that taken? um... when i graduated law school, about... eight months ago. you wore your... cap and gown to the prison visitors' room? i wanted to make her proud. i'm sure she is. have you spoken to her? uh... i don't know what i'd say. sometimes you don't need to say anything. she made me look like a fool. she's made mistakes. she's paid for them dearly. that's rich. a prosecutor defending a felon.
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why are you here? i'm here because i'm a really good lawyer and you made me question myself, and that's no easy task. what can i say? i was delusional. i mean, i must have looked like an ass up there in front of the judge thinking my mother had been railroaded this entire time. you looked like an experienced, self-confident lawyer, not a newbie. you were good on cross. really smart objections. you've only been at this a year. i appreciate you trying to make me feel better, but... i wouldn't waste my time coming down here to make you feel better. i came down here to tell you you're really good at what you do. this is my card. if you ever decide to play for the other side, the d.a.'s office could use a lawyer like you. thank you. by the way...
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i was faking it. i was, too. congratulations, sir. on september 26, detective maria baez and detective daniel reagan confronted approximately eight armed gang members in an auto body shop located in the confines of the 2-7 precinct. among other crimes, the perpetrators were responsible for the murders of a dea technician and a valued confidential informant. detectives baez and reagan, at great personal risk, engaged the gang members in a gunfight
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for their selflessness and heroism, maria baez and daniel reagan receive the medal for valor. congratulations, detective. thank you, sir. (applause continues) well done, detective. thank you, commissioner. nicky: i'll get the pizza. sean: where did we order from? linda: you get what you get. did we get the garlic knots, aunt erin? yep, and the roasted peppers
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you want to grab the plates, big shot? why do i gotta grab plates? this is my big day. i knew that medal was gonna go to your head. no, come on, pop. enough speeches for one day. just one more. and it isn't a speech. (sighs) henry: on march 9, 1988, detective frank reagan, in the confines of the 2-1 precinct and off duty at the time, gave pursuit to an armed bank robber who had just killer a teller and wounded three other civilians at the scene. putting himself in harm's way and without backup, detective reagan exchanged gunfire with the perpetrator, shot and wounded him, and placed him under arrest. tried and convicted, the perpetrator is serving a life sentence for murder to this day. old news, pop.
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detective reagan will now receive this medal for valor for his extraordinary bravery and service on that day. congratulations, detective. my turn to say grace. bless us, o lord, for these thy gifts, which we are about to receive from thy bounty through christ our lord. amen. others: amen. captioning sponsored by cbs
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>> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." welcome. i'm jeff glor. six dead. two others including a 14-year-old girl are hurt following a series of shootings in michigan. a gunman opened fire saturday night at three separate locations in kalmazoo, the suspect in custody, 45-year-old, jason dalton, a driver for the car service uber. one of dalton's passengers said he was acting unstable before the shootings. anna werner is in kalamazoo. >> he started driving really erratically. we were running stop signs. >> reporter: matt millen says his uber driver yesterday afternoon were out of control. >> driving throughed means, driving through the lawn.
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finally once he came to a stop, i jumped out of the car and ran away. >> reporter: police say hours later that same man, jason brian dalton began a series of random shootings. the first victim unidentified woman at meadows town homes on the outskirts of kalmazoo, shot multiple times and expected to survive. approximately, four hours later, eight miles away, richard smith and 17-year-old son tyler were fatally shot looking at cars at the sealy ford kia dealership. 15 minutes later, five people gunned down in their vehicles in the parking lot of a cracker barrel restaurant along interstate 94. among the victims, mary lou nye, 62, mary jo nye, 60. dorothy brown, 74. barbara hawthorne, 68. a 14-year-old passenger remains in grave condition. it was just after midnight when a senior sheriff's deputy
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leaving the parking lot of of a downtown kalmazoo bar. dalton surrendered without a fight. >> there is no connection between the three different sets of victims to each other or any of the victims to mr. dalton. they appear to have been chosen at random. uber's chief security officer, joe sullivan released this statement. we are horrified and heartbroken at the senseless violence in kalamazoo, michigan. our hearts and prayers with the families of the victims of this devastating crime and those recovering from injuries. dalton is married with children. chad landon is his neighbor. >> he mainly stuck to himself. played music all night long. listened to music. you know, always banging. but never a concern that anything like this would happen. >> reporter: dalton expected to be arraigned tomorrow and face six counts of murder, two
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>> anna werner, thank you very much. campaign 2016. donald trump's victory in south carolina, the primary there, gives him a commanding lead in the early delegate count. but with more than 1,200 delegates needed for the republican nomination. there is a long way to go. on the democratic side. hillary clinton's big night in nevada put her a quarter of way toward her party's nomination. we have both races covered, beginning with major investigate and gop. >> when you win it is beautiful. we will never, ever, forget south carolina. >> on this night in south carolina, we took the first step forward in the beginning of a new american century. >> friends, once again, we have made history. >> reporter: as donald trump loves to say there is only one winner. for the first time he told supporters he could see the finish line. >> let's put this thing away. >> on "face the nation."
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we have a long way to go. >> marco rubio said the anti-trump vote matters more. >> 70% said they're not voting for donald trump. >> republicans watching hillary clinton's victory in nevada. are looking for a general election match up they can win. >> we want someone who can beat hillary i beat hillary. donald, sadly polling shows doesn't. trump, cruz, rubio all have the money and organization to carry on. ruby never has come close to winning. cruz has lost two straight after victory in iowa. soon it will not be enough just to slow trump down. >> i am suspending my campaign. jeb bush finished fourth and broke. bush and allies spent more than $120 million never finished in the running and collected a paltry three delegates. john kasich helped drive bush out of the race, hopes to persuade voters he deserves a longer look.
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polls. we are still strong. we have good grassroots. everybody just hang on. things are going to settle down. >> the campaign now heads to nevada which holds caucuses tuesday. a week after that, march 1, super tuesday fry marries where 25% of all available delegates will be awarded. >> major, thank you. for democrats, the road to super tuesday runs through south carolina next weekend. here's nancy cordes. >> we just won nevada! >> reporter: clinton headed for houston, texas one of a dozen states that will vote super tuesday, march 1. on face the nation, disappointed sanders tried to put his loss in context. >> weep lost in nevada by five points. a month ago we were 25 points behind. >> reporter: for clinton, a 4 hour blitz of the vegas strip
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>> reporter: she won the state's- most populous county by 10 points. >> final count, 190 for secretary clinton. and 81 people in the preference group for senator sanders. >> luisa morales is a maid the caesar's palace. >> president hillary clinton. >> why? >> she is intelligent. so beautiful human. >> reporter: women, older voters and african-americans were key to clinton's victory. >> hillary! >> feel the bern. >> younger voters went once again for sanders. you need help right now with the debt you already have. clinton made this appeal to new graduates in her victory speech. that's why i have a plan. to cut your interest rates and cap payments so you never have to pay more than you can afford. >> sanders insists he will bounce back with wins on super tuesday. in oklahoma, colorado, minnesota, and his home state of
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>> we are going to see the results of one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. >> but first he will have to make up ground here in south carolina which holds its
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several thousand people have the south pacific nation of fiji recovering from one of the biggest storms ever recorded in the southern hemisphere. cyclone winston had wind up to 177 miles an hour. so far at least ten deaths reported. communications are still down. and rescue workers have yet to search the rubble of many destroyed homes. nearly 130 people were
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in syria. the attacks in neighborhood in damascus and homs and came as secretary of state john kerry announced preliminary cease-fire. elizabeth palmer is in damascus. >> reporter: in the early afternoon, explosions from two car bombs ripped through a residential neighborhood in homs. this is a pro-assad area, the attack was clearly anti-government and isis has claimed responsibility. a few hours later in suburban damascus several more bombs went off. and isis says it planted them too. friday's cease-fire deadline proposed by the united states and russia came and went with no pause in the fighting. though all sides say they're still willing to negotiate a temporary truce.
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interview. but he doesn't trust the opposition fighters to lay done their arms and they certainly don't trust him. so the war grinds on. around syria's biggest city aleppo, russian planes and the syrian army are battling together in a huge offensive designed to cut off the opposition supply lines. at the moment, they're winning. one more reason the syrian government may be dragging its heels on a truce. but the pressure jeff is building. president obama's expected to speak with russian president vladamir putin in the coming days to hammer out details of some kind of pause in this war. >> liz, thank you. the dalai lama had reassuring words for followers speaking in minneapolis. he said he is in good health despite undergoing treatment for a prostate condition at mayo clinic. the dalai lama is 80 years old. >> catholic diocese asked pastors to cut ties with girl scout troops. the church says it's concerned about the scouts
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here's jamie yukes. >> reporter: for almost 100 years, the girl scouts of missouri and arch diocese of st. louis have partnered in leadership programs for young women. today, nearly 4,000 scouts meet in st. louis parishes. this week the archbishop disbanded catholic committee on girl scouts because of ongoing concerns that the organization exhibits a troubling pattern of behavior increasingly incompatible with our catholic values. >> things like abortion advocacy with their groups -- >> brian miller -- >> push for things like values, same-sex marriage or transgender issue keeps coming up. that is something with our catholic faith. as we try to educate our youth, obviously, there is a bit of a conflict there. >> reporter: in the letter the archbishop says girl scouts promote role models in conflict,
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reaction came fast. one woman said as a catholic, i am disgusted by the archbishop's letter. i hope the parish will continue girl scouts. another wrote -- amen. thank you, archbishop carlson. on the church's on line question and answer section there is a post asking can i buy girl scout cookies. the response -- each person must act in accord with their conscience. the girl scouts of eastern missouri says on its website it val use its long standing partnerships with religious organizations and remains committed to being an inclusive group. bonnie bartakowski, the ceo. >> we work to build girls of courage, confidence and character who truly make our world a better place. >> reporter: jeff, the archbishop does not call for a ban on girl scouts. he is creating a catholic committee for girls formation that will promote catholic values and leadership. >> jamie, than you. up next here, the police unions calling for a beyonce boycott. and an historic photo finish at the daytona 500.
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not everyone enjoyed beyonce's performance at the super bowl. some police unions are calling on officers to boycott her concerts over what they say is a dangerous message. jericka duncan has this story. okay, lady now let's get in formation >> reporter: because beyonce and her dancers danced in tribute to the black panther party known for confrontations with police, some law enforcement officials say the mega star is out of line. take what's mine >> reporter: javier ortiz is with the miami fraternal order of police. >> we are not going to put up with her anti-police message. i work hard >> reporter: parts of her music video, a young black boy puts his hand up in front of police. the words stop shooting us
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and now, some police union heads are calling on officers to refuse to work beyonce's concerts for her upcoming world tour. which is sold out in 16 cities. the president of nashville's fraternal order of police said we ask officers to refuse to support the efforts of artists who promote a false narrative of law enforcement attacks on black citizens. new york sergeant's association, as a celebrity figure, beyonce should take greater responsibility in her divisive actions that further complicate relationships between communities of color and the members of law enforcement. but they are not suggesting a boycott. >> tampa's police department made light of the controversy with this tweet. that says, officers have been in formation for days, signing up to keep the beehive save. last october, director quinton tarantino condemned police brutality saying he was on the
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the nypd took offense and encouraged people to boycott the hateful eight. jeff, that movie ended up grossing more than $131 million worldwide. >> jericka, thank you. after 500 miles decided by inches. here is the extraordinary end to the daytona 500. denney hamlin taking it from martin truexx jr. at the wire. look at that. that takes skill and luck. it is the closest finish in the history of the daytona 500. up next here, a life-saving
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lives of gunshot victims. technology effective in war zones. here's demarco morgan. >> insert the applicator into the wound. >> reporter: it looks like a turkey baster. >> the sponges are deployed this way. >> reporter: designed to save lives. >> they begin to expand and absorb fluid and put pressure at site of the bleeding. >> reporter: he works for medvedics, and their device is called exstat. meant to absorb blood and exert pressure on trauma wound. to stop bleeding. the fda cleared it for military use in 2014 and u.s. special operations purchased hundreds. >> they couldn't get bleeding to stop in his leg and used the exstat dressing. >> reporter: a combat medic with special operations. sims says it is a tough art to pack a wound using traditional method to stop the bleeding. >> it might take you four, five
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care of. with exstat it takes 10, 20 seconds to get all the dressing in place. in december of last year the fda cleared exstat for civilian use. during events like san bernardino, and other mass shootings. in addition to natural disasters and car accidents, the time saved to stop bleeding scan be spent assessing other vitals. if it just increases survival by a couple percent and you expand to civilian population talking thousand of people that don't bleed to death that would have bled to death. >> reporter: exstat costs several hundred per applicator, a price the company starts reducing after roll out this month. demarco morgan, cbs news, new york. a mega bus ride went terribly wrong outside of chicago. the back of the bus caught fire and appears part of it exploded. it was all documented on twitter
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traveler lucas peterson. nobody was hurt. several passengers reported losing their belongings. still ahead, tourists who
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helicopter went down. you may have seen the dramatic video of a sightseeing helicopter crashing last week in hawaii. we are hearing from the people who witnessed the crash but also raced to the rescue. here's
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>> reporter: the video captures the moment a tourist helicopter plunged from the sky. what it doesn't show is the daring rescue that came after sean winrick put down his camera. >> bunch of people jumped in the water. we tried to help the survivors. >> reporter: among them, juan valerio, he and his family were planning to visit the pearl harbor bar memorial when he witnessed the crash and instinct took over. >> ran in with my clothes. swam out as fast as i could to the helicopter. valerio found a woman. as he swam with her to shore. the lady started yelling, "please help my son. he is only 15 years old. he is stuck in the helicopter. please get him out." >> reporter: he says the teen was still strapped in his seat as the the helicopter began sinking. it took rescuers nearly ten minutes to free the boy and bring him to shore where valerio's wife, a critical care nurse was waiting. >> we need to do what we can for this young boy. >> we were all strangers to one another. we didn't know each other. but everybody collectively was
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one another. >> reporter: the pilot and family of four canadian tourists all survived. as for valerio's family they never made it to the memorial. but their two sons got a valuable lesson about bravery and courage. >> makes me feel very proud that i know now that they could do that. i could do that. anything could happen. any second is precious. >> reporter: chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. that's the "cbs overnight news" for this monday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us later for the morning news and cbs this morning.
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york city, i'm jeff glor. >> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." welcome to the "cbs overnight news," i'm jeff glor. presidential campaign trail tomorrow in nevada which hold republican party caucuses. saturday's democratic caucuses saw hillary clinton beat back a challenge. from bernie sanders. clinton got 53% to sander's 47%. for the republicans, saturday's prmary in north carolina gave primary in south carolina gave donald trump another win. trump
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and third respectively. jeb bush finished disappointing fourth and left the race. >> every day americans test the boundaries of freedom and achieve more than what they could have ever dreamed. but over the last seven years, our nation's bright light has become little more than a flicker. we have retreated from the world stage. the american values that have brought peace and opportunity are fading. that is not the america we know and love. america is a country that thinks big, acts boldly, and leads without apology. it will be up to the next president to restore that kind of leadership. i am proud of the campaign that we have run to unify our country. and to advocate conservative solutions. but the people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken. and i really respect their
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so, tonight, i am suspending my campaign. yeah, yeah. thank you. [ applause ] >> john dickerson discussed the gop race with donald trump for "face the nation." mr. trump, is it now your nomination to lose? >> i don't think so. look, i am dealing with very, very talented people, smart people. good people. and, you know i think, you know they will be competing. we have a competition. i had a great victory yesterday, south carolina amazing. new hampshire was amazing. victories i think were incredible. yesterday i won every delegate. districts on top of having a big margin. so that was a great victory. no, we are now off to nevada. go to atlanta tonight. making a big speech in front of many thousands of people. then i go to nevada where i will be for a couple of days. i have a lot of property out there, lot of great employees. i think i should do well in
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>> if you didn't get the nomination, you would be shocked? >> i wouldn't be shocked. look, again, i am competing against professional politicians. senators, top of the line. i know ben carson is still in. a terrific guy. talented guy. competing against a lot of very good people. so, you know i don't want to say it is mine. certainly i am leading. no question. but we have got a long way to go. >> marco rubio says now the campaign is in this phase you have to be more specific about your foreign policy vision and knowledge? >> i think i have great knowledge of foreign policy, frankly. despite what some people said, i was always against the war in iraq. and a lot of people weren't. they just got on the bandwagon recently because it was a disaster. i think i have great knowledge of, for military. i think i have better vision for syria than a lot of great military geniuses saying how to
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in my opinion doing just the opposite. are we going to start world war iii over syria. be there for the next 40 years. been there for 15 years in the middle east. much more than that probably. we have spent $4 trillion, maybe more than that. it is time to -- to do something about it. and it is time to also knock isis out. you have got to knock isis out. >> let me ask you about your position on iraq war. referred to that a lot. this week everybody has gone through the things you said. seems like it was more muted your opposition to the war. everybody knows when you say something it is pretty clear what you mean. on iraq it was a little bit more muddled than you have been making it seem? >> john, i wasn't a politician. i had no even thought of being a politician. nobody talked to me about war, should we do the war or not? not like now where every day you are asked question as but things. and i spoke with howard stern, a friend of mine on his show. this was many, maybe months before.
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i said, yeah, i don't know. i was thinking abut it. i didn't think about it. when the war started. actually joe scarborough called yesterday and put something out. where basically it is on my side. that was early on. before the fact. it was very early on. he interviewed me years again at the very beginning. that was just put out yesterday evening. i think joe for that. look, i was against it. i was against it very early. we shouldn't have been in there. i think it is probably perhaps the worst mistake we have ever made. first of all, thth didn't knock down the world trade center. it wasn't iraq. it was other people without mentioning names. other people. some day they ought to open the report and find out. it was other people that knocked down the world trade center. it's, you know, no reason to go into it big now. it was a horrible mistake that unfortunately shouldn't have done it. we have lost trillions. thousand of lives. wounded warriors i love all over
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and, here's the other part. iran is taking over iraq. they wanted it for decades. decades. decade. they're taking it over. as the you sit there. i sit here. they're going in. taking over. walk in. do what they want. essentially already taken it over. >> last week when the pope made his remarks questioning your christianity. you said, no leader especially a religious leader should have a right to question another man's religion or faith. just last week, you questioned ted cruz's christianity tin the course of the campaign may have helped you win south carolina. why i it okay for you and not okay for the pope? >> no, i never questioned ted's -- anything having to do with his religion. i just said, you can't lie and hoho up a bible. you can't do that. you just can't do that. it is not appropriate. i was tough on him on that. because things were said about me that were not true. and marco rubio actually said that he lied. i have never seen another politician to another politician that he lied.
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marco gave me cover. he said the same thing. he said it during the debate that he was lying. so i just said you can't say things which are lies and claim christianity. you can't do it. i just don't think it's good. i'm not questioning his christianity. i think it is inappropriate to hold up the bible and lie. >> do you think the pope may have helped you in south carolina? >> well, i am asked that question so much. i just don't know. i was first in a state of shock. i have never seen the pope talk about something as unimportant as donald trump. i was like, the pope is talking about me? this can't be happening? and then i said -- good or bad? they said it is bad. i said, oh. this was the day before the election. i said the pope is saying bad things about me the day before the election? and then, i gathered myself. and i realized it had to do with illegal immigration. he was opposed to, my measures which is basically creating a border the i came out very strongly that we want a border.
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convinced him that, you know, donald trump was saying not nice thingsgsbout the border. i think it worked out well. don't think it was a positive. i think it was probably neutral. don't think it was negative. could have been a tremendous negative. turned out to be probably neutral. i don't think it was a positive. and the pope was very nice by the way. yesterday, the pope -- issued a very nice statement. and i appreciated it. >> when the "cbs overnight news" returns. we'll hear from marco rubio, ted cruz and bernie sanders.and dirty? don't avoid it. resolve it. our new formula not only cleans and freshens but also softens your carpet so it's alwlws inviting. resolve. a carpet that welcomes you. sometimes we use k-y ultragel to enhance my body's natural moisture so i can get into it a bit quicker. and when i know she's into it, i get into it and...
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is that going to happen or make that happen? >> you have to make that happen. the dynamic to this point, donald trump in the 30s, high 20s. part of the electorate says they're not voting for him. divided among five or seven people. as the five or seven people continues to narrow down. it will make the race clearer. and clearer. of course, we have to earn the vote. there are people, supporting donald trump we believe we can win over as well. it is a smaller race and field today than last night. i think practically speaking it is down to three people who are still running. full-scale campaigns. i have respect for governor carson. he will stay in continue to fight. i know john kasich is out there. spend a week in michigan. today alone in three states. we are going to continue to campaign everywhere. we feel really good about this if any one wants to joint effort. marcorubio.com. we need their help.
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away from donald trump as you say? what is your argument? >> here is our argument. i am realistic. in 2010. ran for the senate five years ago. been there five years. enough time to know the damage barack obama has done to the country. but while i am realistic. i am optimistic about our future. a few things. if we do them we'll have the greatest era. i detailed what the things are. specifically. if you are running to be president. you can't tell people you will make america great again. explain policy wise. we are not going to win a general election with a candidate who refuses to detail policy. donald has time to do that. we can half a policy debate about whose idea are better. i believe that once people begin to understand what is at stake here, that we have a chance here, not just to make our country great, but greater than its have ever in we have a plan to do it. that will influence voters, not to mention, coalesce those who were with some one else around us.
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specific, offer more policies. people have been asking about that from him for months. in the polls what it shows the that voters seem to be flocking to him they think he is the stronger candidate on issues of national security. are people wrong? how do you convince them they're not right to be for donald trump because he is stronger? >> i think strong rhetoric and strong action are two separate thing thousands. any one can use tough words. go over the top and say things that sound strong. sounding strong is not enough. you have to know how you will do it. look at some policies he talked about they would not make america stronger. views on vladamir putin are troubling. i don't think he understand who vladamir putin is or what he is freeing to do. these are the things that i think in detal you understand. when you are commander-in-chief, you are commander-in-chief on day one. you don't get like a six month grace period. the world does ptd -- doesn't stop and say -- let's wait till the president
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doing on your first day there. look, this is not an attack tore anything of the nature. just a simple observation. if you want to be president. you have to detail specific public policy. i don't think from this point forward in the campaign, voters will be as tolerant of the lack of that as the they have been up to now. >> what else other than vladamir putin would you expect specific policy from him on? >> i mean on everything. health care. we all agree we will repeal obama care. what will you replace it with. we have detailed. he has the not. again on, issues of energy. how will we utilize our energy resources. what's the role of the federal government? what justices would you appoint to the supreme court not just because a vacancy now, at least one or two potentially in four on virtually every major issue that tips the natural pursue of the federal government. important to have specificity about what you are going to do if you want to be the president.
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campaign was defying expectations in south carolina. wasn't the expectation that you should have done better in south carolina given the large share of conservatives in the state. and the large share of those who self identify as evangelical christians. >> john, look at the first two primaries. started in iowa. the media said we don't have a chance. couldn't win. we won -- won overwhelming victory in iowa. big, big margin. went to new hampshire. all the media said, a conservative could not compete in a moderate new england state. we won a third place finish in new hampshire. we went to south carolina where a week ago, donald trump had a 20-point dominating lead. we ended up closing that gap tremendously. and finishing with effectively tied for second place. that combination what that has done to the race. at this point. we have seen the field narrow dramatically. there is only one strong conservative who has a path to winning. that is having the effect of unifying conservatives nationally and teeing us up for
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tuesday in nine days. that was all t always our plan. >> let me ask you a question about evangelical voters, their poll shows they went for donald trump over you. do you think he questioned your christianity during the course of the south carolina campaign? >> listen, there is no doubt that both donald and marco got personal and nasty. both of them when you point to their records, they follow the same pattern. they've scream, liar, liar, liar. they impugn your integrity. attack your character. as you know, from the beginning of the campaign. nearly a year now i have consistently refused to respond in kind. not going to impugn them. any one's integrity, or attack their character, i will happily praise both donald trump and marco rubio as men who i admire. as people who, not going to go personal with them. but i do think we should be focused on substance and record. if you want a candidate who
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amnesty, citizenship for 12 million people here. i am the only candidate who opposes that. you want a candidate who led the fight against obama care, who will lift the burders on small businesses and barack jobs. the only candidate with the proven record. if you want a candidate to defend life, marriage, second amount. and appoint constitutionalists to the court. i'm the only candidate with the record. that's why conservatives are uniting behind our campaign. if they want to continue with the attacks that's their prerogative. we will stay focused on the i think that's what the voters want and deserve. >> substance of immigration and building a wall. you and donald trump want the same thing. he had a lot of experience in the business world executing get things done as a biz businessman. what would you say to a voter. you may share the same goals with donald trump on this, but executed the way he has in the private sector.
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i am going to build a wall. i have somebody in mind to build it. there is no doubt that if you wanted a building contractor donald would be a strong contender for that. the question we have here is who is a leader on this issue. you know back in 2013. when we were having the epic battle on amnesty. when marco rubio joined with barack obama and chuck schumer and harry reid to push amnesty. i led the fight against it, standing shoulder to shoulder with jeff sessions and steve king and millions of americans. donald trump was nowhere to be found. he was tweeting support for amnesty a couple years ago. even now if you ask donald he wants to citizenship. 12 million people here illegally. deport them. let them come back in with citizenship. if listen, if you are a steelworker, truck driver. drives down your wages, take as way your job. we need to fight for the working men and women not monied new york interests.
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bernie sanders finished behind hillary clinton in the saturday nevada caucuses. sanders also appeared on "face the nation." >> senator start with the south carolina primary. you said last night you think you have an excellent chance on super tuesday. are you skipping your chances in south carolina? >> well, john, i am talking to you from columbia, south carolina. we have a major rally. we are not skipping over anything. but i think after south
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stand a good chance of winning a number of those states. we think we have a whole lot of momentum. we lost yesterday in nevada by five points. a month ago we were 25 points behind. if you look at national polls. the numbers are tightening up. in some cases we are ahead nationally. i think people around the country are responding to our message of a rigged economy, a corrupt campaign. finance system and broken criminal justice system i'm feeling quite good. >> how should people judge the sanders campaign. you have come a long way. your message has influenced hillary clinton a great deal. should people say where are some big wins for bernie sanders? or hey, this is a message campaign. and let the message continue through the contests? >> this is not a message campaign the we are in the race to win. i think on super tuesday for example, you will see major victories. john as you know.
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these primary elections and caucus elections are proportional. and that means it is not winner take off. for example, hillary clinton in nevada got 19 delegates. we got 15. we will need 2400 to win. a state-by-state process. and we are going to win big states on super tuesday. >> in the cbs poll of nevada caucus goers, 90% thought hillary clinton had the right experience to be president. only abut 10% said you had the right experience. how do you change that feeling? >> well, i think we have, remember when we started this campaign. hillary clinton is almost universally known. secretary of state. i am a senator from the very not a lot of people know me. they don't know my experience the my 25 years in congress. eight years as mayor of city of
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get the word out. making progress. a long way to go. people have got to understand the agenda that we are fighting for. this is a senator who has taken on every powerful special interest, whether wall street or the drug companies, military industrial complex. the more people know our record the better we do. i would point out, john, just yesterday to the best of my knowledge we actually won the latino vote in nevada. major breakthrough reaching out to a diverse nation. >> that is a major break through. hillary clinton, however won among african-american voters, a large portion of the electorate in south carolina. you don't seem to be making inroads and the clock is ticking? >> we are making inroads. we are doing better. interestingly. a lot of the polling i see is not along racial lines but
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we are doing better and better among younger people. not so well among older people. african-american, white, or latino. we have a lot of work to do. but i think when the african-american community understands my record, on criminal justice, economics the agenda. raising minimum wage to $15 an hour. dealing with the fact we have more people shamefully than any
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i am against the death penalty. young man in michigan had his birthday party dream come true. steve hartman has his story. >> reporter: it is not unusual for police to get called to a party. but what was unusual about this party in lansing, michigan is it was in their honor. a police thank you party. put on by this most unlikely host. why did you want to do this? >> so i am throwing them the thank you party to show them i still appreciate them.
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all the police protests, 11-year-old jeremy bordoua, wanted to be a police officer, asked his mom if he picked the wrong profession. he said, mom, the cops are still the good guys, right? i said, yeah, there are some bad police officers still the good ones trying to protect themselves. >> reporter: jeremy got that. he didn't like the idea of the good being lumped with the bad to. rectify the situation he told his mom for the next birthday all he wanted was to throw a thank you party for police. assuming they would come. >> i mean i thought there would be, three, four guys here. >> yeah, me into. >> you too? >> i didn't know this big, really. >> happy birthday to you. >> once word got out. more than 100 officers responded. and not just from lansing but
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deputy james rebel drove here from georgia. >> just wanted to stay thank you for doing all you do for us. >> you are welcome. >> because he saw not every police officer is bad. we are human beings. and that's what, he sees in us. >> one person that really recognizes what we truly are out here to do. >> just aren't kids like that. >> reporter: gary hall flew in from los angeles. >> got to till you jeremy how much this really means to us. and how -- how humble you are. >> reporter: the kid had no idea the depth of their gratitude. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> reporter: but he was about to find out. you're a good boy. >> thank you. >> see to help make all this happen. jeremy not only gave up his i will you, okay.
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be a cop. it's monday, february 22nd, 2016. it's monday, february 22nd, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." kalamazoo killing spree. the accused killer, an uber
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passengers for a ride during his rampage. campaign 2016. the democrats set their sights on south carolina. the fbi fires back at apple in the encryption battle, telling the company, safety from terrorists shouldn't be left to tech companies. >> no, you are not! you are not 106! >> the secret to a long life from the woman who danced her way to the white house. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. later today, the man suspected of killing six people in a michigan shooting spree is expected to be arraigned in a kalamazoo court. jason dalton is an uber driver

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