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york city, i'm jericka duncan. captioning funded by cbs captioning funded by cbs it's tuesday, april 25th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking overnight. north korea flexes its military muscle once again, this time a massive artillery firing marked the army's anniversary. the next move for the united states and its asian allies. staring down a government shutdown as his 100th day in office approaches. one of the president's biggest campaign promises hits a wall. and for the first time in 16 years, a double execution in the u.s. overnight, arkansas carried out the killing of two inmates as the state races to beat an
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expiring drug deadline. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom here at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin on the korean peninsula, where overnight, north korea held a large-scale artillery drill. now, the military exercise on north korea's east coast adds to the rising tension as the trump administration considers its next move. yesterday, north korea's defense minister warned the situation is so tense, nuclear war may break out. china is north korea's key ally, and adriana diaz is in beijing. adriana, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. there is a coordinated effort to make sure that this doesn't escalate further than where we are right now. and in the middle of it all is china. as you mentioned, china's north korea's only major ally, its only trading partner, really, north korea's lifeline. and china has one message, and
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that is for everyone to restrain themselves, to try to de-escalate the situation. and they're trying to deliver that message at all levels. chinese president xi jinping spoke to president trump over the weekend. today, china's nationalistic tabloid, a state media outlet, tried to warn north korea from a nuclear test. they said the nuclear test would be the point of no return. now, north korea's already tested a nuclear weapon five times, or conducted five nuclear tests, but they are saying a sixth would be catastrophic because it could just lead to the situation spinning out of control. the paper also warned all parties to exercise restraint and said that the "game of chicken" between washington and pyongyang is at a breaking point. >> well, adriana, we know that north korea likes to schedule provocative acts on anniversaries or near anniversaries. what's going on today? >> reporter: well, today is the 85th anniversary of north korea's army.
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so, that's one of the reasons why this artillery drill is being conducted today in particular. another reason is because north korea's really feeling the pressure from all sides geographically. the u.s. is sending military assets to the area, to the waters off the korean peninsula. there is a navy strike group that is going to be joined by japanese ships and south korean ships. at the same time, the u.s. and south korea are also conducting a joint naval exercise off of the other coast of the korean peninsula, so here, today, with today's drills in north korea, north korea's trying to show that it will not stand down, it will not be intimidated by the show of force by other countries in the region and by the u.s. >> you know, we have a new cbs news poll on the nuclear threat, and it showed that more than half of americans are uneasy with the president's ability to handle the situation. what is president trump's strategy to rein in north korea?
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>> reporter: well, president trump is certainly ramping up his rhetoric. he is talking tough on north korea, and he's been discussing north korea regularly, specifically in the past few weeks. he has repeatedly said that all options are on the table. that includes military action. he and members of his administration have also said that the era of strategic patience is over. that's really a leftover policy from the obama administration where the u.s. is really hanging back and waiting to see if it can wait out north korea after just applying more pressure through sanctions. so, president trump has not ruled out military action. he is being more aggressive, sending military assets, naval ships, to the region to try to intimidate north korea. but in terms of an actual new policy, what we really are seeing right now is somewhat of the old policy. president trump has also called for more sanctions, more pressure on north korea, which is what the original policy was,
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but what he's doing differently is ramping up the rhetoric and also moving more military assets to the region, not being afraid to show a display of force. >> adriana diaz in beijing, thank you so much, adriana. well, in washington, negotiations are under way to try and prevent the government from shutting down at midnight friday, and it appears president trump has backed away from demanding that funding for a border wall be included in the spending legislation. hena daniels is here in new york with the details. hena, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. the clock is ticking on congress to pass a federal spending bill by the end of the week. the white house remains confident a government shutdown won't happen. >> we will build the wall 100%. >> reporter: it's one of the core campaign promises that president trump ran on, but the reality of the budget process is making it a hard one to keep. >> how high will it be? how much will it cost? >> reporter: the president had demanded congress include funding for the mexican border
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wall in the spending bill. that's due by midnight on friday. but amid backlash from democrats and some republicans, senior administration officials tell cbs news the white house is prepared to put funding for the wall on hold until fiscal 2018 negotiations. they say mr. trump now plans to pivot to a message of general satisfaction on border security. >> money for our military and our border security and wall, those are the president's priorities with respect to the cr and keeping the government open. >> reporter: vice president pence cut his trip to hawaii short to be part of the negotiations. >> i'm headed back to capitol hill. there's a spending bill that's being considered as we speak. >> reporter: democrats have said they would be comfortable with some additional funding for border security and surveillance. if no deal is reached, lawmakers are likely to pass a temporary resolution that would fund the government for at least another week. and president trump is expected to sign yet another executive order today, this one designed
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to help the nation's farmers. it's just 1 of 32 executive orders the president will have signed on friday, aahead of his 100th day in office. anne-marie? >> keeping that pen busy. hena daniels here in new york. thank you so much, hena. first daughter ivanka trump attends a conference on women entrepreneurship in berlin this morning. she was invited by german chancellor angela merkel, who she met when merkel visited the white house last month. she will also visit the u.s. embassy, meet with students, and go to the memorial to the murdered jews of europe. the state department removed a blog post that promoted president trump's florida resort. mar-a-lago was described as trump's florida estate where he hosted foreign leaders and also happens to be part of the president's business empire. the state department says it regrets any misconception. after the election, membership fees doubled to $200,000. "face the nation" moderator john dickerson will interview
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the president this saturday, the 100th day in office. the interview will air from the white house on monday, may 1st. well, last night, arkansas executed two inmates about three hours apart. it was the nation's first double execution in 16 years. jack jones was executed first. he was convicted of the 1995 rape and murder of mary phillips. following a brief court-ordered stay, marcel williams was put to death. he was convicted of kidnapping, raping and killing stacy errickson in 1994. arkansas has scheduled four double executions over an 11-day period this month. the state says the executions need to be carried out before its supply of a lethal injection drug expires. more heavy rain along with the potential for flash flooding is expected in the southeast today. this morning, flood warnings and advisories are posted in north and south carolina, virginia, and tennessee. yesterday, flooding toppled a construction crane in virginia. there is significant flooding in
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charleston, south carolina, impassab.e streets are power has been knocked out to thousands. and no significant damage is reported following a major earthquake in chile. the magnitude 6.9 quake hit last night off of chile's central coast, about 85 miles from santiago. no damage to infrastructure was reported, nor serious injuries. chile is earth-prone. back in 2010, a massive quake killed more than 500 people. antigovernment protests in venezuela entered their fourth week. at least two people were killed yesterday. one was shot dead at a pro government rally. at least 23 people have been killed since the unrest began. demonstrators are holding mass sit-ins, demanding early elections. a main highway to caracas was shut down. well, coming up on the morning news now, elton john's medical emergency. the singer canceled a string of converts in las vegas. and long-distance call. the president talks with a record-breaking astronaut. this is the "cbs morning news." this is the "cbs morning news."
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do you hear me? >> yes, sir. we have you loud and clear. >> president trump phones the international space station to congratulate peggy whitson. yesterday she broke the record for the most time in space by an american. she will have spent more than 650 days in space by the time she returns to earth in september. our very own space ninja. that's what the sign said. well, singer elton john is hospitalized, and new details about the united passenger that was dragged off of that plane. those are some of the headlines on the "morning newsstand." the "chicago tribune" has the latest on the removal of a passenger from a united airlines flight. one of the three officers who dragged dr. david dao from the plane said minimal but necessary force was used. they were placed on leave after the incident earlier this month. dao is suing. "the sacramento bee" reports
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on the first court appearance by an ex-teacher accused of abducting a student. california prosecutors say tad cummins planned to take the 15-year-old girl to mexico. he agreed to being returned to tennessee for trial on kidnapping and sex charges. the san francisco "chronicle" says a student group is suing cal berkeley over a cancellation of a speech by ann coulter. they claim the conservative pundit's free speech rights were infringed. the school says it reacted to threats of violence. coulter says she will appear thursday anyway. "the new york times" reports on new sanctions on syria for its use of chemical weapons. the action blocks government workers from making financial transactions with american people or companies. the u.s. says they produced sarin gas that killed 80 civilians in an attack this month. "the los angeles times" says hollywood writers are ready to go on strike. writers guild of america writers
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>> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. results from the first round of france's presidential election raised hopes that the european union will stay intact, and that triggered a worldwide stock rally, including here on wall street. the dow gained 216 points. the s&p finished the day nearly 26 points higher, and the nasdaq gained 73. more privacy concerns over online data-sharing. e-mail management service unroll.me sold ride-sharing data to uber. the site can scour indoxes for receipts from services like uber. the company that owns unroll.me, slice intelligence, says the information does not include users' names. in a statement, slice said it's heartbreaking to see some of its users are upset. the head of the fcc is expected to unveil his plans to overturn net neutrality rules enacted in 2013. he opposes net neutrality and says he wants a free and open internet. the rules prohibit broadband
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providers from giving or selling access to speedy internet, the so-called fast lane, to certain businesses like netflix over others. the supreme court is refusing to hear general motors' appeal to block hundreds of lawsuits stemming from faulty ignition switches. the faulty switch in gm vehicles is linked to 124 deaths and 274 injuries. the automaker claimed the suits were barred by its bankruptcy back in 2009. the lawsuits could potentially cost gm billions of dollars. major changes are coming to the way your credit score is calculated. the changes may affect people with high scores the most. the biggest change is using trended data. that data looks for warning signs before a borrower gets into trouble. for instance, someone with an excessively large credit card limit will be penalized because they can run up a big debt quickly. and amazon launches a digital subscription marketplace. it's called subscribe with amazon, a place where companies can sell subscriptions for
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way i can prepare the next generation of leadership to take up the baton and to take their own crack at changing the world. >> there was no mention of president trump. mr. obama's next public appearance is scheduled for may 7th in boston, where he will accept the kennedy library's profiles in courage award. a 22-year-old minnesota woman will make history this coming november. makayla holmgren will become the first contestant with down syndrome in a miss minnesota usa pageant. >> i want to do this on my own, and i'm really, really proud of myself. >> holmgren is a university student who loves dancing and gymnastics. her mother calls her an ambassador for those struggling to achieve. well, coming up on "cbs this morning," jeff glor takes us to iceberg alley in the atlantic, where trackers are working to keep the waters safe for ships. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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our top story this morning, a united states-guided missile submarine arrived in south korea this morning as north korea marked the 85th anniversary of the founding of its army. overnight, north korea held a large-scale artillery exercise. tomorrow at the white house, the trump administration briefs the entire senate on the escalating tensions. and with a government shutdown looming, president trump indicated that he can do without funding for a border wall, at least for now. congress is trying to reach a spending bill before friday's deadline, and the border wall was a key sticking point. it is opposed by democrats and unpopular with some republicans. and congress may not be the only thing that stands in the way of building a wall along mexico. carter evans is on a part of the
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border where an indian reservation sits. >> reporter: so, you can go here, but -- >> i can go, but you can't go -- >> reporter: verlon jose is vice chairman of the tohono o'odham nation, a tribe of american indians allowed to cross the border where most americans cannot. >> you have to go to an official port of entry. >> reporter: the tohono o'odham nation is roughly the size of connecticut and stretches 52 miles along the mexican/american border in arizona. tribal members live on both sides and are caught in the middle of the border debate. they allowed the federal government to build a vehicle barrier in 2006, but they strongly pose a wall through their land. the current border fence cuts right through this ranch, which is owned by a tribal member, and their well is now on the mexican side of the border. a wall here would make it impossible to get to. >> if i were to go to your home and say, you know what, i should build a wall from your home to your backyard and you can't cross into your backyard unless you come through me.
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>> reporter: that's how you view it. >> that's how i view it. >> reporter: the indian reservation is there. what happens if you put a wall on each side of it? >> it's probably going to increase the traffic coming through the indian reservation. >> reporter: sheriff mark lamb says illegal immigrants and smugglers come out of the reservation into his county in arizona, 80 miles north of mexico. nearly 3,500 illegal border crossers were detained in the first month of this year. would a wall in the indian reservation be helpful? >> absolutely. >> reporter: as far as you're concerned, this is not mexico and this is not the u.s. >> this is technically. o'odham hajua, which translates to the people's land. >> reporter: and since the federal government gave control of this land to them more than 150 years ago, it will now require an act of congress to take it back and build a wall. carter evans, cbs news along the u.s./mexican border. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," jeff glor takes us to iceberg alley in the atlantic,
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where trackers are working to keep the waters safe for ships. plus, only on "cbs this morning," apple's senior vice president of retail, angela aarons, on why she's giving stores around the world a makeover. and we'll meet 19-year-old professional bull rider jeff lockwood, who's preparing for his big comeback in the sport. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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i'm kenny choi. live from the cbs bay area studios. >> time to rise and shine a like look at the bay bridge this morning. we are three and a half days to the weekend. it is tuesday, april 25th. that's the positive pen. i am kenny choy. >> i am michelle griego.
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it's never too early to talk about the weekend as far as i am concerned. >> tuesday is my favorite day of the week. it's the day i get things down. >> wait until you have been on this shift. >> i have been on this shift. >> try 20 years, okay? >> [ laughter ] >> monday you are still floating on that weekend high? [ laughter ] >> we will get through it. we will get through it. i'm awake. [ laughter ] hi, everybody. good morning. we have a day in which already the faa is saying that there is delays at sfo because of the runway construction work. yesterday, in addition to that, we had the low clouds. we had the very low ceiling. we had an additional weather issue at sfo. today more than likely the same. we have some breezy conditions. temperatures in the upper

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