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from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm demarco morgan. captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, may 3rd, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." hush money contradiction. president trump's lawyer rudy giuliani says the president reimbursed the $130,000 payment to daniels. strong storms are battering the central united states with rain, wind, hail, and tornadoes, leaving behind widespread damage and knocking out power to thousands. and the boy scouts get a
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name change as the 100-year-old organization begins welcoming girls. 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. well, this morning we begin with a shocking revelation by one of president trump's lawyers. rudy giuliani said the president reimbursed his personal attorney michael cohen $130,000 that michael cohen gave to porn star stormy daniels. this contradicts what the president said, that flatly he did not know about the money. giuliani said this was not campaign money and perfectly legal. hena doba is here in new york. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. giuliani says the reimbursement invalidates any claims that money was sent to the porn star. president trump repaid his personal attorney for a $130,000
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payment sent to adult film actress daniels. that's according to rudy giuliani who joined the president's legal team two weeks ago. >> something to do with paying some stormy daniels woman $130,000, which is going to turn out to be perfectly legal. that money was not campaign money. >> giuliani's claim directly contradicts what the president directly told reporters aboard "air force one" last month. >> did you know about the $130,000 payment to daniels? >> no, no. >> reporter: mr. trump referred questions about the deal to long-time lawyer michael cohen. >> he did not know about the specifics of it, as far as i know, but michael cohen would take care of things like this. >> daniels claims she was paid $130,000 to bent quiet. giuliani was stun by it.
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>> the american people have been lied to about this agreement, about the $130,000, about the reimbursements. we just didn't know that rudy giuliani was going to go on the sean hannity show and admit it on national television. >> giuliani said mr. trump only learned the specifics of the 'agreement with ms. daniels after cohen's office was raided on the 29th. giuliani described the payment to daniels as a very regular thing to do. questions have been directed to the president's personal legal team. anne-marie. >> hena doba here in new york. thanks so much, hena. this morning a severe weather system in the central u.s. threatens another round of tornadoes, hail, and damaging wind. the severe weather stretches from texas to illinois. a tornado watch is posted in oklahoma. yesterday at least eight tonightonight tornadoes were reported including one that touched down in kansas city, missouri, and sent a tree crashing into a house.
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>> the house shook and the windows like blew open. i don't know. it happened really fast. >> everybody's safe, everybody's fine. all the stuff, you know, of course, is destroyed, but it's fine. it's just stuff. >> the severe weather is expected to continue moving through the great plains through tomorrow. there have been no reports of serious injury. and up to eight police officers were injured in connecticut as authorities negotiated with a man who was holding his wife hostage in barn. the barn exploded as the police were trying to coax the man out. neighbors said the blast was powerful. >> literally stuff on our kitchen tables was shaking. it's just unbelievable. this is such a quiet town. stuff like this never happens around here. >> the officers were not seriously injured. the fire that followed the explosion spread to the house.
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the wife escaped. but it's unclear what happened to her husband. the last flight of a 60-year-old military plane ended in disaster. all nine crew members of an aging c-130 died when it crashed onto a georgia highway yesterday. it had just taken off from savannah hilton head international airport. the crew was flying the plane into retirement. mark strassmann has details. >> reporter: thick black smoke billowed from the c-130 hercules cargo plane moments after it nose-dived and exploded near hilton head international airport. >> our thoughts and prayers go out to our brothers and sisters at the puerto rico international guard. >> reporter: officials say the plane was in the air for about two miles. members of the puerto rican international guard were en route to arizona on a training mission were killed. >> it's unexplainable. everything was gone, people just rushing to try toe help. >> reporter: roger best got to the wreckage ahead of first responders. >> it looks like a war zone.
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to be honest with you. scattered debris everywhere. trees on fire, still burning. >> reporter: about quarter mile down this typically busy highway, a highway that is now closed while this investigation goes on. >> it's large crash site, so, yes, everything will have to be re-evaluated by the department of transportation before the road is able to be opened again. >> reporter: amazingly the plane missed cars and people on the road below. >> had this gone down a couple feet, hundred feet north or south, it might have hit traffic. >> reporter: the cargo plane, one of the oldest c-130s still flying, was on its way to tucson to be retired. it had just finished routine maintenance before the deadly accident. mark strassmann, cbs news, savannah, georgia. bail has been set at $3 million for a 17-year-old texas boy charged with plotting a mass shooting. prosecutors say mati
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matin azizi-yarand was inspired by isis and planned to shoot up a suburban shopping mall this month. the fbi said he was indoctrinated with isis online. he wanted to carry out the attack in the holy month of ramadan. he ended up texting an undercover agent he thought was a fellow supporter. and las vegas police released body cam video of the worst mass shooting in american history. when officers made their way into the mandalay bay hotel, people there didn't know about the gunfire from above. by the time the police got to the 32nd floor room where stephen paddock used as a sniper's nest, he had killed 58 people, injured hundreds, and taken his own life. the consulting firm at the center of the facebook privacy scandal cambridge analytica is shutting down. the london-based firm declared
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bankruptcy claiming unfair media coverage. the trump campaign affiliated firm collected information on as many as 87 million users to profile and target voters. and about ten people suffered minor injuries when a bonfire exploded in london. the bonfire was part of a jewish festival. it's unclear what caused the blast, although there are reports fuel was poured on the fire. there are other reports that at least one mobile phone was put on the fire as well. coming up on the "morning news," two black men arrested at starbucks reach agreements with the city of philadelphia. and volcano warning. a new eruption that threatens homes. this is the "cbs morning news." my mom's pain from moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis was intense. i wondered if she could do the stuff
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are rats rattling hawaii's kilauea volcano. people are being told to stay away from the area. agreements have been reached in the starbucks arrest, and tainted lettuce clams a life. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "mercury news" reports on the first death of the nationwide e. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce. it was in california. state and federal health officials did not provide any other details. the cdc says 121 people have gotten sick in at least 25 states and at least two people have been hospitalized. health officials have tied the poisoning to romaine lettuce in yuma, arizona. the "philadelphia inquirer"
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reports two men arrested at a starbucks have come to an agreement with the city. the agreement with the city will pay $1 and set up a fund of $200,000 for entrepreneurs. it will be the most restrictive abortion law in the nation. the state legislature passed the bill yesterday. it would ban most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy when a fetal heartbeat is detected. reynolds, a republican, says she will make a decision very soon. and "the hill" says the teacher of the year gave president trump letters from refugee and immigrant students. mandy manning received the award from the president yesterday. she teaches english to refugee and immigrant students at a washington state high school. she said she gave her letters from students to mr. trump at a separate meeting. the students wrote what coming to the u.s. meant to them.
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mr. trump said he was excited to read the letters. still to come, record losses for tesla. the electric carmaker has cash problems as it tries to ramp up production of the model 3. tries to ramp up production of the model 3. but my pain is real. fibromyalgia is thought to be caused by overactive nerves. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. i'm glad my doctor prescribed lyrica. for some, lyrica delivers effective relief from fibromyalgia pain, and improves function. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions, suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worse depression, unusual changes in mood or behavior, swelling, trouble breathing, rash, separate meeting. common side effects: dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain, swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who've had a drug or alcohol problem
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♪ shining bright like a diamond shining bright like a diamond ♪ we've heard of players leaving it all on the field, but the new york mets' olandis cespedes left more than that. he snapped his necklace. it scattered diamonds into the dirt. a few minutes later the second baseman cabrera helped pick up the loose diamonds. >> on the "cbs moneywatch" tesla burns through cash, and dc comics goes digital. diane king hall at the new york stock exchange has more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. more rate hikes are expected this year. the fed left its key lending
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rate in the 1.5% to 1.75% range. that's the level set since march. the fed has increased the race six times since 2015 in an effort to control inflation. in a statement it expects further gradual increases. the fear of the possibility of rising interest rates sent stocks lower. the dow dropped 174 points. the s&p 500 fell 19 points. the nasdaq gave up 29 points. the electric automaker tesla posted a record $709 million loss in the first quarter, raising questions about its ability to pay its bills. tesla has had problems meeting production targets for its mass market model 3. in a letter yesterday, tesla said model 3 production hit 2,070 per week at the end of april. far short of the 5,000 cars it needs to be profitable. meanwhile spotify reported
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its loss. the music streaming service says its loss narrowed. that's a $4 million jump since the end of last year. wall street was not impressed. the stock has been skidding. >> and dc comics has a name, dc universe. it will have a live action superman prequel, "metropolis." dc is expected to launch later this year. >> they can get their fix any time they want. they don't have to wait for the next big blockbuster. >> it's all about the superheroes. >> it certainly is. diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, diane. >> thank you. still ahead, nasa needs your help. how everyday people can make huge contributions to science. mikefor my joint pain.of things now? watch me.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ baby love baby love ♪ the wait is on this morning for an egg to hatch inside a popular bald eagle nest. it's at washington, d.c.'s national arboretum. the egg began to crack yesterday just two days after another chick hatched. live cameras showed the latest activity in the nest, and the eggs are the latest from the bald eagle couple named mr. president and the first lady. the boy scouts is dropping the word "boy" from its name starting next year. the 108-year-old program for 11-to 17-year-olds is going to be called scouts bsa. it comes after a decision to include girls next year.
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>> i think it's okay. everybody should know the leadership opportunities that boy scouts is giving out. >> the cub scout program for younger kids already allows girls. and how would you like to help nasa comb the universe without ever leaving your home. ordinary people from around the world are making huge contributions as citizen scientists. chris martinez explains. >> reporter: from the comfort of his home in queens, new york, tony hoffman is exploring the universe. >> when new data is uploaded, i will tend to look at that on a daily basis. >> reporter: tony is a citizen scientist, helping nasa hunt for undiscovered planets, a project called exo planet explorers allows amateurs around the world to upload data from the telescope.
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every month it beams back 100 million images. >> and it combs comes in here. >> reporter: dr. jessie chinsen said so much came in, they turned for help. it paid off. within the first 48 hour of releasing images online citizens discovered a new five-planet system. they found it by viewing hundreds of images from the same star in place. >> we try to make it easy enough for anyone to do it. we have people from high school students all the way up to retir retires. >> reporter: nasa says two days of work is the equivalent of one full-time researcher working three years. >> you're working as a team. >> reporter: he's hoping the next major discovery might be just a few clicks away. chris martinez, cbs news, pasadena, california. coming up on "cbs this morning," actress samira wiley tells us about her role on the
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our top stories this morning. rudy giuliani, one of trump's new lawyers, says mr. trump paid back michael cohen the $130,000 in hush money he gave to porn star stormy daniels. this contradicts the president who said he didn't know about the payoff. daniels alleges she had a sexual encounter with the president. he denies the allegations. severe weather threatens another round of hail, wind, and tornadoes. one happened in kansas city that sent a tree crashing into a home. no one was injured. and nine members of the puerto rican national guard were
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killed when the transport plane they were flying crashed in georgia shortly after takeoff. they were flying the 60-year-old c-130 to arizona where it was to be retired. the crash is under investigation. for the second time, a broken window caused some frightening moments yesterday for southwest airline passengers. kris van cleave had the story. >> it just sounded like a really loud pop, almost like someone was throwing a rock at you. >> reporter: passenger karen o'grady was a couple of seats away when this crack appeared on the window. >> anything needed? we're going to walk you right onto the plane next door. >> reporter: the plane landed safely. mark rosenker, head of ntsb, says this is an anomaly.
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>> there are a number of redundancies that are built into the window that can even withstand it. they have now pulled the plane from service. >> is your airplane physically on fire? >> no, it's not on fire, but part of it is missing. >> reporter: its happened just two weeks after another flight blew an engine knocking out a window, killing 43-year-old jennifer riordan. oxygen masks were not deployed. southwest said that window was last inspected in april. the national transportation board said it is monitoring the situation. kris van cleave, cbs news, phoenix. coming up on "cbs this morning," the government is searching for 1 million americans willing to donate their dna for the greater good. the director of the nih tells us why he thinks it will transform health care. plus -- >> reporter: some people call it the perfect wave, and he's
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surfing it about 100 miles from the nearest coastline. how is that possible? world champion surfer kelly slater will show you coming up on "cbs this morning." and ak tresz samira wiley tells us about her role in "the handmaid's tale." that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- new mexico
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i'm kenny choi. a live look outside at the coit tower, the city of san francisco, the dawn of a new day. it's thursday so it's almost
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the weekend. it is thursday, may 3rd, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. >> i was thinking about the weekend since monday morning when the alarm went off. >> we can dream about it more now. >> we are doing all right. >> yeah. >> it's going to be a nice day again this afternoon. get ready this morning, waking up to cloud coverage and cool along the water. so if you are near water, you will notice a little bit of an ocean breeze. the "salesforce tower" is not bright right now. we have clouds along the coast. cooler air at the coast. but sunny and warm this afternoon. we'll be warm through saturday, and then cooler on sunday. i'll show you why in just a bit. sounds good. thank you. and right now, we are tracking the usual slowdowns if you are making your way 580 through altamont pass. past livermore, things pick up. we had an earlier accident near hopyard in the opposite commute


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