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morning. from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm de marko. captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, april 25th, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking overnight, a triple shooting suspect is caught during a dangerous chase hours after leaving two police officers critically wounded. president trump appears to be standing behind his v.a. nominee amid allegations, but he also says he'll see what happens. and it was a night to remember. president trump's first state dinner was first lady melania's time to shine.
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the suspect in the shooting of two dallas police officers and a home depot em employee ee is under arrest this morning. the officers were shot at a home depot in northern dallas yesterday afternoon. this morning they're out of surgery, listed in critical condition. the suspect was picked up last night. hena doba is here in new york. good morning, hena. >> good morning anne-marie. he was picked up after a lengthy car chase involving two police agencies. two police officers were called to the store to help an off-duty officer with removing the man from the store. dallas mayor mike rawlings expressed relief following the arrest of armando luis juarez. >> i want to thank our dallas police tonight. they have taken a punch and they've come out fighting.
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>> police say 29-year-old armando luis juarez was being escorted out of a home depot in northern dallas when he opened fire. a male police officer was shot in the back of the head and a female officer was shot in the face. >> i seen two officers down surrounded in puddles of blood. >> investigators say juarez escaped in a white pickup truck. it prompted a citywide manhunt that ended nearly six hours later. >> they observed the vehicle fitting the description of the wanted vehicle. they pursued this individual through the area of northwest dallas where they apprehended him. >> a female passenger was arrested along with juarez. >> he's facing multiple counts, a warrant for multiple accounts of aggravated assault on a police officer. he had an outstanding warrant on felony theft as well. >> all three shooting victims underwent surgery last night and remain hospitalized.
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>> it's unclear who juarez's passenger was or what charges she may now be facing. anne-marie. >> hena doba here in new york. thank you very much, hena. president trump says he stanldss behind his nominee to head veteran affairs but he understands if dr. ronny jackson wants to back out. jackson tried to convince lawmakers of his leadership abilities, this as accusations emerged concerning his workplace practices, including alleged repeated drunkenness, claims of inappropriate behavior, and overprescribing prescription drugs. he also met privately with the president, who says jackson faces unfair scrutiny. >> i said to dr. jackson what do you need it for, so we'll see what happens. i don't want to put a man through who's not a political person. i don't want to put a man through a process like this. it's too ugly and too disgusting.
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>> jackson gave no indication he would withdraw. french president emmanuel macron wraps up a three-day visit to washington today with a speech to congress. yesterday he tried to convince president trump not to abandon the iran nuclear deal. the president left the door open to negotiate a new agreement with iran. last night mr. trump hosted macron at a state dinner. weijia jiang reports. >> reporter: president trump and first lady melania welcomed french president emmanuel macron and his wife brigitte to the white house tuesday night, marking their first state dinner. >> may our friendship grow even deeper. may our kinship grow even stronger. >> reporter: the glitzy event capped a day full of pomp, circumstance, and personal grooming between two leaders. >> i have to get that little piece of dandruff off. >> reporter: about 130 geftss including ivanka trump and mike
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pence and his wife and others dined on rack of lamb and nectarine tart. the first lady who planned every detail of the event stole the spotlight in a dazzling silver gown. >> thank you for making this an evening we will always cherish and remember. >> reporter: unlike years past, only one democrat was invited to the state dinner. celebrities and most members of the media were also excluded. before the event the two leaders held bilateral discussions on foreign matters. president macron urged president trump to keep u.s. troops in syria and stay in the iran nuclear deal. >> there is a chance and no one knows what iemt goi'm going to >> reporter: earlier president trump lashed out at the restart of the iran nuclear deal. >> if they restart it, they're going to have problems. >> reporter: the french president will hold a joint meeting of congress wednesday arguing in favor of the agreement. weijia jiang, cbs news, for the
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white house. for the third time, a federal judge has ruled against the trump administration's efforts to end the daca program that protects some young immigrants from deportation. the deferred action for childhood arrivals program allowed immigrants brought to the u.s. illegally as children to stay and work under renewable permits. the didn't of homeland security ended the program in march, but yesterday district judge john bates called the rationale for ending the daca arbitrary, capricious, and unlawful. in toronto, the man police say drove a van into a sidewalk killing ten individuals may have had issues with women. he posted a chilling post on facebook. kenneth craig has our report. >> reporter: a line of police officers combed the street in toronto where monday's van attack happened, looking for evidence. 25-year-old alec minassian was charged tuesday with ten counts of murder and 13 counts of attempted murder.
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police say he plowed his rented white van into a crowded sidewalk and continued for more than a mile. a tense standoff with police followed as the suspect pointed an object at an officer. >> get down. get down. >> reporter: minassian eventually surrendered without the officer firing a shot. >> the way he behaved was pretty much an example of terrific policing. >> reporter: detectives say they're looking into reports that minassian saluted elliot rodger online. rodger publicly raged against women in 2014. >> he posted on facebook minutes before he began driving a van. >> reporter: a government spokesman said minassian was a member of the canadian armed forces in october of last year
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but he voluntarily asked to be released. near the scene well-wishers left condolences for the victims. kenneth craig, cbs news. a man suspected of opening fire at a nashville waffle house had a long history of mental instaktd. four crosses were placed outside the restaurant. travis reinking is being held without bond, charged with four counts of criminal homicide. he exhibits erratic behavior for years, suffered with delusions and obsessing about the singer taylor swift. still to come, new details in the parkland school shooting. investigators illustrate tracing the gunman's movement. and justice for meek mill. this is the "cbs morning news." this is the "cbs morning news." i wanted to be clear. i wanted it to last.
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>> that's rapper meek mill last night at the playoff game in philadelphia shortly after he was released from prison. supporters of mill waged a five-month campaign to get him out. he was arrested after questions were raced on a weapons and drugs charges ten years ago. prominent figures including jay z and bob kraft had lobbied for his release. we are remembering a "schoolhouse rock!" legend, and the cosby jury gets down to work today. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the philadelphia "enquirer" reports the jury will begin deliberating today in the sexual assault retrial of bill cosby. during closing arguments yesterday, the prosecution portrayed cosby as a calculating predator and con artist. defense attorneys said he was a victim of a multi-million-dollar frame-up by a pathological liar. "the arizona republic" reports republican debbie lesko
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comment from caterpillar rattles the market, and amazon is delivering to your car. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. stocks plunged on fears oil prices and other prices will plunge along with program selling, but it was a comment by executives at machinery maker caterpillar that stoked the selloff. the dow skidded some 424 points. the s&p 500 dropped 35 points. the nasdaq tumbled 121 points. digging deeper into caterpillar, the company did beat earnings, but lost, but top brass said first quarter earnings would be the, quote, high watermark of the year and warned of higher prices after the trade dispute with china. there was a nosedive that dragged down other stocks with it. the company formerly known as yahoo! is paying a $35 million fine to settle federal
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here's a look at today forecast in some cities around the country. more than a dozen truckers helped prevent a suicide in michigan early yesterday. police received a call from a man standing on an overpass threatening to kill himself. officers asked truckers to line up to shorten the fall if the man jumped. 13 lined the road as the police talked to the man. four hours later they convinced him to come down and he was taken to the hospital. the government is cracking down on a popular e-cigarette
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brand. they issued the warning to 40 retail and online stores as part of an operation to juul selling to children. they targeted convenience stores and vaping shops. right now he's known as baby prince but we could find out the name of the latest addition to the royal family, and there are plenty of suggestions. roxana saberi reports from london. >> reporter: bells rang out to mark the little prince's birth. there were gun salutes across london to celebrate the arrival of prince william and kate's third child. there's no word on the name, so the name game continues. >> i go for james. >> edward. >> philip. >> i think arthur. >> arthur definitely. >> reporter: the new prince probably wouldn't remember his first public engagement monday as a member of the royal family, but he'll need to get used to this kind of attention. earlier in the day he and kate
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had their first visitors. big sister charlotte showed the new arrival how it's done. she has reason to smile, thanks to a recent change in the law, she's the first royal daughter to keep her place ahead of a younger brother as heir to the throne. kate didn't keep royal fans waiting long. she was admitted to the private maternity wing at st. mary's hospital early in the morning, gave birth just after 11:00 a.m. and came out camera-ready less than seven hours later heading home. >> she is something of a remarkable machine. we saw with princess charlotte, very similar timing. she went in in the early morning and came home late evening. prince charles said he's so pleased to have another grandchild but he doesn't know how he's going keep up with all of them. this morning in the series "pay attention," john dickerson
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our top stories this morning, the man suspected of shooting two dallas police officers and a home depot worker is under arrest. police say armando luis juarez was being escorted out of the store when he opened fire yesterday. the two officers are in critical condition following surgery. the husband of the woman killed last week when an engine exploded on a southwest airlines plane is speaking publicly for the first time. kris van cleave talked with michael reirden, husband of jennifer, who was an executive with wells fargo and a mother of two. >> one of my most confident things about this she called me that morning, she called to check on the day, what we were going to do that night when she got home and we ended up with "i love you, safe travels."
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>> how did you find out what happened? >> there was a chaplain from a hospital in philadelphia who called. i forget the name of the hospital. i said my wife is flying to chicago today, so you must be looking for someone else. he said there was a plane who was diverted here. i'm going to have the doctor give you a call. he said, i'm sorry, michael.nd - we've done everything to save h her. we couldn't save her. i dropped the phone and immediately switched to the second phone and third phone calls i had to make, to my mother and her father and try to tell the kids their mom wasn't coming home. >> what do you want your kids to hold onto when they think about their mother? >> kind, loving, caring, and sharing, 100%. every decision we make is going to be based on that. when i have those four little eyes looking at me and looking at how we're going to make it
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through, that will make be a better father and husband. >> do you consider her your guardian angel? >> absolutely. she was when we met as teenagers. i didn't know then. i do now. >> if you could talk to her today, what would you tell her? >> i love you. i have no idea how i can do this without her, but because of her, i know i can. it's a love affair that will never end and it won't. no one can take her from my heart, no one can take her from our family. >> reporter: riordan says he knows there will be some dark days ahead for him and his kids 12-year-old av rhode islaeaveri 10-year-old daughter as they start to grieve their loss. they're carrying these guardian angel coins they gave out to 2,000 people. they sate's a reminder that she's still with them and looking out for them. kris van cleave, cbs news, albuquerque, new mexico. coming up on "cbs this morning" in the series "american voices," puerto rico governor
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ricardo roselle low tells us about the challenges still facing constituents since hurricane maria and what he thinks of the ongoing federal response. plus anthony mason talks with the legendary group fleetwood mac. and in our series "pay attention," john dickerson goes behind the scenes on floating and the science whienld escaping from this hyperconnective world. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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good morning. it's wednesday, april 25th. i'm kenny choi. a live look this morning, we begin with a look in concord, where that massive fire has been burning and fire crews as you can see still on
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the scene dousing water on to that building. good morning, it is wednesday, april 25th. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. let's check in with mary lee with weather. >> we are looking at low clouds and a big cooldown coming. we'll begin to notice that as we head through today especially by the end of the week, temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s in many locations. we'll see the sign through the afternoon. we'll expect how cool it will get by the end of the week. when we can possibly see a few showers details on that coming up. the good news for drivers on 680 all lanes have reopened. we have an earlier accident right down 680 near treat boulevard. all lanes ha


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