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that's overnight news for this thursday. from the cbs brorost . it's thursday april 13th, 2017. this is the cbs morning news. kwieded by syria, distrust between the u.s. and russia grows as president trump says the relationship may have hit an all time low. and mr. trump reverses his stance on nato. >> i said it was obsolete. it's no longer obsolete. >> caught on camera, bullets fly as a girl plays in a barbershop. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news
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headquaters in new york. i'm megaoliver. president trump is alligator bare deep divisions on syria. he says u.s. relations with russia, quote, may be at an all time low. secretary of state rex tillerson that met with vladimir putin in moscow offered the same grim assessment. >> the current state of u.s.-russia relations is at a low point. >> after a two hour meeting with president vladimir putin in which no cameras or press were allowed secretary tillerson left without having settled the main issue dividing them. the future of bashar al assad. >> that's a butcher. that's a butcher. >> back in washington president trump wanted to know if russia was ware of the assad regime's attack. >> i would like to think they didn't know but certainly they could have. so we'll find out. >> you said you believed russia
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was either incompetent or come police sitment. do you know which one that is? >> we have no firm information to indicate that there was any involvement by russian forces into this attack. what we do know is that the attack was planned and carried out by the regime forces at the direction of bashar al assad. >> putin claimed the u.s. was trying to frame assad. tillerson argued that assad must go and russia's best chance at better relations with the u.s. rests on whether it will stop propping up the dictator. relations also deteriorated because of the assessment that russia mettled in the 2016 election to help mr. trump. the topic came up just briefly in the putin meeting. >> it's a serious issue. it's one that we know is serious enough to attract additional sanctions. >> it's new to secretary
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tillerson but his opponent is well-known. he had extensive negotiations with putin that even rewarded him a presidential medal of friendship. >> president trump's former campaign chairman is registering as a foreign agent. a spokesman says he was in talks about registering before the 2016 election and is now, quote, taking appropriate steps. he also says his lobbying was not conducted on behalf of the russian government and began before he joined the campaign. >> it's an about face for president trump on nato. the president said yesterday the alliance is not obsolete. that's a reversal of a declaration he made last year on the campaign trail. the change of heart was revealed at a white house news conference after an oval office meeting with nato secretary central. >> the secretary general and i had a productive discussion about what more nato can do in
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the fight against terrorism. i complained about that a long time ago and they made a change and now they do fight terrorism. i said it was obsolete. it's no longer obsolete. >> but mr. trump said members of the alliance still need to pay their fair share for the european security umbrella. more geopolitical chess between the nork u.s. and china over north korea. beijing would enhance protection of the north if pyongyang stops it's nuclear program. but there could be more weapons test ago head. the north celebrates it's biggest national day of the year on saturday. it previously used the date to carry out tests. president trump appears to be distancing himself from his chief strategist. in a wall
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the shooter also died turning the weapon on himself before police arrived. police say robbery was the motive that lead to the fatal shooting of a judge outside his chicago home. 37-year-old joshua smith is accused of first-degree murder in the death of circuit judge raymond miles. a 52-year-old woman was also wounded in the incident early
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monday. the suspect didn't act alone and the investigation is on going. a florida police officer that shot an autistic man's care taker has been charged with attempted manslaughter. north miami officer shot therapist charles kinsey in the leg in july. as kinsel lay in the street next to his adult client. he filed a federal law in connection with the incident. coming up on the morning news, ben carson's bumpy ride. the hud secretary has elevator trouble during the tour of an apartment complex. close call caught on video. trouble during the tour of an apartment complex. close call caught on video. bullets fly near a little girl. this is the cbs morning news. bullets crash through the which can make it hard to get air in. so i talked to my doctor. she said... symbicort could help you breathe better, starting within 5 minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler
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had you had secretary ben carson gets into a jam and a mystery in new york. those are the headlines on the morning newsstand. the new york times reports the death of a pioneering judge. the body of the 65-year-old was found yesterday in the hudson river. the cause of death has not been determined but police say there were no obvious science of trauma. in 1994 she became the first muslim woman stoefsh as a judge. the miami harold reports that housing and urban development secretary ben carson had to be rescued from an elevator. he and five other people were stranded yesterday while leaving a miami apartment building during a listening tour. firefighters pried open the jammed doors. a bill that would ban gay
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marriage in the state is dead. republican lawmakers wanted to override the supreme court ruling that legalized same sex marriage nationwide. the leader of the state's house says he will block the bill. the washington post says the trump administration is taking quick steps to organize a nationwide deportation force. homeland security plans to call for the hiring of more border patrol officers and empowering local agencies to enforce immigration laws. sites to house undocumented immigrants have been found. the city is suing the national football league over the relocation of the team. the rams moved to los angeles 15 months ago. the city spent millions to meet nfl stadium standards and says the league needs to pay for its conduct. still to come, a burger king ad gets a grilling. we'll show you how a whopper commercial threatened to hijack your google home gadget. >> here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around your google home gadget.
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on the cbs money watch easter spending is expected to hop to a record and a burger king ad backfires. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. >> it was another down day on wall street with industrial materials and energy companies leading that decline. the s&p fell 8, the nasdaq is down 30 points. walmart has new incentives designed to lure customers away from amazon. they'll offer a discount for customers that buy online and then have their items delivered to a walmart store for pick up instead of their home. it rolls out next week. it's available on about 10,000 items. meanwhile amazon is introducing new tools to let parents see what their kids are doing on the fire tablets. parents set to sign up with free time service which lets them preapprove how much time kids
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spend on the tablet and what they're doing witt and then they can view the activity through the website. google may have torpedo's burger king's latest ad stunt. >> what is the whopper burger. >> it was designed to trigger smart speakers into reciting the definition of a whopper. it worked but only briefly though. google isn't saying what if anything it did to prevent it from activating. it's all about sports utility vehicles. ford, gm and fiat chrysler all unveiling new ones. suvs made up 40% of u.s. vehicle sales last week. the show opens this weechblth the national retail federation says consumer spending hit a record $18.4 billion this easter season. that is good news for toy makers.
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they're moving in on the candy company with chocolate bunnies now competing with inedible options. it's said to top valentine's day for the first time. did you know americans are spending more on candy for easter than halloween. >> really? >> that's a lot of candy. >> interesting little nugget there. all right. jill wagner, thank you. and ahead on cbs this morning, the ceo of paypal joins us in studio 57-on-why he thinks cash may some day be obsolete. but still to come, being heard on the high court. a look at how female supreme court justices sometimes struggle to get a word in. in adults with type 2 diabetes. lowering a1c by up to 1.2 points. do not take if allergic to farxiga. if you experience symptoms of a serious allergic reaction such as rash, swelling, difficulty breathing or swallowing,
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oh, get back. >> wow, alligators don't often get sympathy but a crowd sided with the reptile yesterday when it was randomly attacked by a horse in a florida park. neither animal was hurt. you'd think the women on the nation's highest court wouldn't have to worry about mutual respect in their own work place but a new study of the supreme court found otherwise. >> since cameras are not allowed when the supreme court is in session, pictures interactions among the justices can be a challenge but a new study co-authored by the northwestern law professor suggests they might be more familiar than you think. >> female justices are interrupted about three times as
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often as male justices. >> this was 2013, fisher versus the university of texas. a case about race and college admissions. she was questioning lawyer burt rhine when she was interrupted by justice scalia. >> do you think that change has to happen overnight and do you think -- >> can i hear what you were about to say? what are those numbers? cut each other off, lawyers are never supposed to. not the way he did. >> the wholistic percentage, whatever it is is going to be virtually all white. >> and that is correct. >> all white. >> and that's an assumption -- >> and to say. >> that has no basis in this record. >> here we have clear subordinates interrupting justices that have reached the highest pinnacle of the very high status of the profession. >> there's a few strategies. >> she runs the digital magazine ladders exploring work place issue and she says all women can learn from those on the court. >> they just keep talking instead of saying excuse me or this is my time now or i'm making a point they just keep talking until they steam roll the interrupter and the
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interrupter backs off. >> a golden rule or sorts. treat the interpreter as they treat you applied to balance the scale of a work place conversation. cbs news new york. coming up after your local news on cbs this morning, the president of penn state is warning about the possibility of the end of greek life at the school following a student's death at a fraternity house. plus the debate over efforts to remove a statue of confederate general robert e. lee in virginia. >> and the surge of popularity in consignment shopping. how buying and selling clothing is now a multibillion dollar industry. we'll be right back. this is the cbs morning news. i have asthma...
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president trump is laying bare deep divisions on syria. he says relations with russia may be at a all time low. rex tillerson is offering the same grim assessment. special elections are underway across the country to replace house members that joined president trump's cabinet. montana's congressional seat has been a lock for republicans for decades and donald trump jr. will try to keep it that way. hitting the trail in several campaign events next week. the race is striking a cord where a millionaire republican is battling a banjo playing democrat. >> through the montana's landscape is a banjo playing
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poet. now the state democratic candidate for congress. >> he is running to replace ryan that left to become president trump's interior secretary and has each rally with his own campaign theme song. new to the political circuit but not the landscape. the 69-year-old banjo lair rose to fame in the 1970s. he never leaves home without it. >> i tried to be a representative of montana all my life through my music and my poetry. this is just another step. >> i haven't seen this much energy behind an election in forever really. >> montana only has one congressional seat. voters here haven't elected a
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democrat to fill it in more than two decades. >> when did you build this bridge? >> probably ten years ago. >> he faces the well-known republican. he likes to say as a congressional candidate he outside of tune. >> it would be great to have a party but that's not what we're talking about here. i'm a business guy. we grew a business to be one of the state's largest employers creating jobs of almost $90 think a year. >> president trump won in 20 points in montana. if democrats win the seat it could shake the political narrative. >> what would that say in a banjo playing democrat won in a traditional red state. >> it would give banjo players hope everywhere. >> montana's at large seat has been held for republicans for more than two decades but the state's democratic governor hopes that changes on may 25th. that's the cbs morning news for this thursday. thanks for watching.
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i'm meg oliver. have a great day. ,,,,
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i'm kenny choi. time to rise and shine! we take a live look at the golden gate bridge, some wet conditions out there as you start your morning commute. it is thursday, april 13. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm anne makovec in for michelle griego. it is 4:30. of course, roberta gonzales
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with your weather forecast. and gianna franco in with trouble on the bay bridge. >> yeah. we'll be talking about that throughout the morning. >> i'm just trying to figure out what i'm going do with my hair. >> you look fabulous! >> good morning. rise and shine! heavy rain east of the bay area and heavy rain off the coast. it's snowing in them thar hills around san jose at mount hamilton so i can't wait until it brightens up so if we can see if we have any accumulation. cloud cover over the bay bridge. temperatures from 48 degrees in santa rosa to 56 in oakland. it's cooler this morning due to the passage of that cold front. we'll have scattered showers up until about around the lunch hour then gradual clearing. temperatures will be cooler


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