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morning."" from the broadcast center here in new york city, i'm david begnaud. have ♪ ♪ it's friday, june 8, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." today, president trump heads to the g7 summit. he might get a chilly welcome from many u.s. allies and the historic summit between president trump and north korea's leader is just days away. >> i think i'm well prepared.k very much, it's about attitude. the capitals have won it! the capital of the country is the capital of the hockey
playoffs. >> 43 oeawaisinve the washington capitals win their first stanley cu good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. i'm hena doba in for anne-marie green. president trump leaves for the g7 summit in quebec where fed up allies are ready to confront him over the isolationist policies. the president has been publicly feuding with the summit host canadian prime minister justin trudeau and french president emmanuel macron. late yesterday, the white house announced mr. trump is leaving the summit early and macron tweeted that the u.s. may be excluded from the final summit statement. laura podesta is here in new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yes, this summit is very different from previous years because the u.s. and its allies are not on the same page when it comes to many of the issues they'll be discussing.
tariffs, climate change, and more. on the eve of the g7 summit, president trump doubled down on u.s. trade policy that has irked american allies around the world. he tweeted that european union and canadian tariffs have been totally unfair to our farmers, workers and companies. take down your tariffs and barriers or we'll more than match you. last month, president trump announced new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. other countries are retaliating with their own tariffs on american goods. it's expected to be at the center of meetings today and tomorrow with leaders from canada, japan, italy, the uk, germany and france. white house economic adviser larry kudlow said earlier this week the tariffs are a tool in the effort to protect american businesses. >> i regard this as much like a family quarrel. i'm always the optimist. i believe it can be worked out. >> reporteher:er o s
confront mr. trump over differences on the iran deal and climate change. >> disappointed with the american decision to step away from the jcpoa on iran. >> reporter: because of the differences, french president emmanuel macron said it's possible the other six countries sign an agreement at the end of the summit without the u.s. the white house said yesterday that president trump will be leaving the summit early, skipping the portion on climate change and the environment. an aide will take his place. so while tension is growing among the u.s. and its allies, it's easing with china. and that's because yesterday the white house agreed to lift a ban on access to u.s. companies for a chinese technology company called zte. but the two nations are still embroiled in the broader conflict over tariffs and trying to avoid a trade war. hena?
>> laura podesta, thank you. president trump will head directly from canada to ngape w to meet with kim jong-un on tuesday. yesterday in washington, the president said he's ready to walk away if the meeting doesn't go his way. and that if kim doesn't denuke sanctions will remain in place. but mr. trump said he's ready for the high stakes nuclear talks. >> i don't think i have to prepare very much. it's about attitude, it's about willingness to get things done. >> the president said this is the start of a process and suggested if things go well, kim could be invited to the white house. ahead on "thiscbning m" a preview of the u.s./north korea summit. part of continuing coverage from singapore, the site of the meeting. the mesa, arizona, police will officially release new guidelines on the use of force. this follows the release of a video that shows officers beating an unarmed suspect during an arrest on may 23rd.
the body cam video shows the moment when officers confronted robert johnson during a domestic disturbance call. an officer said he refused to sit as ordered but never appears to physically threaten the officers. >> i want them to be held accountable for what they have done. >> a total of five officers are e meesteistrative leave while temala an investigation has been ordered as to whether enough warnings were given before the deadly volcanic eruption. many were caught off guard and had little or no time to evacuate. search and recovery efforts were suspended yesterday and heavy rain and more volcanic activity have hampered the efforts. at least 109 people were killed. some 200 more are believed to be missing. this is a satellite image of a luxury golf course and hotel before the volcano. now, here's a look at the destruction after the eruption.
more than 4,000 people have been forced into shelters. in hawaii, lava from the kilauea volcano has destroyed more than 600 homes. the volcano began erupting may 3rd. so much lava is flowing that it's created nearly a mile of new land. officials say the volcano remains very active and there's no way of knowing when it will stop. alice johnson is getting used to freedom after spending more than two decades behind bars. she was serving a life sentence for her involvement with a cocaine ring. on wednesday, her sentence was commuted by president trump and she spent her first day of freedom with her family. adriana diaz reports. >> i want to thank you -- >> reporter: on the first full day of freedom, alice johnson gave thanks for her new life. with prison now behind her, her future is with her family. >> i'm feeling no handcuffs. nothing on me. i'm free to hug my family.
>> reporter: the 63-year-old great-grandmother was serving life without parole for drug charge what are you noticing is different? >> i can't get over these phones. >> you want a phone? >> i want a phone. >> reporter: catina scales is johnson's daughter. >> i touch her, it's me making sure she's here. >> reporter: 22 years ago she was convicted of federal drug and money laundering charges. the indictment describes dozens who prosecutors say was a leader in a multimillion dollar dollar cocaine ring. >> i made one of the worst decisions of my life. >> reporter: it was this video that caught the attention of kim kardashian-west. and last week the reality star lobbied president trump for johnson's clemency. >> never in my wildest dreams did i think it would be kim kardashian who would take my cause on. >> reporter: in prison she got a call. it was kardashian-west. >> when she said home, i could go home now, i started screaming
and jumping and crying. >> reporter: the president had commuted her sentence. what do you say to people who say you committed a crime and you should serve the sentence? >> i don't believe there should be a nonviolent offender like myself sentenced to life. >> reporter: she's thankful to the man who gave her a second chance. >> i just knew him from "the apprentice" and he was always funny to me. i love hearing him say you're fired. he just told me, you're free. >> reporter: going forward she has to have regular check-ins with her parole officer and is making plans to meet with kim kardashian-west soon. >> johnson was released days after kim kardashian-west pleaded her case to mr. trump. kardashian-west says the call she made to johnson telling her about the commutation will be one of her best memories. >> to me it wasn't about policies. it was abouti he
opportunity to do that, like it just wasn't even a question for me. >> kardashian-west learned about johnson online. this morning, long suffering washington capital fans are finally enjoying the taste of victory. >> the washington capitals for the first time in their 44-year history are the stanley cup champions. >> last night's 4-3 victory over las vegas gave the caps the first championship in franchise history. they took the series 4-1. captain ovechkin who has played with washington for 13 seasons was named the series mvp. the finals ended a remarkable season for las vegas in its first season. thousands of redshirted fans th is the cityirampiipmajor rate since the redskins won the super bowl in 1992.
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al leged affair with stormy daniels. on wednesday giuliani a member of mr. trump's legal team said the opposite. >> she believes in her husband, she knows it's not true. i don't think there's a slight suspicion it's true. >> yesterday, her spokeswoman says she doesn't believe mrs. trump has ever discussed her thoughts on anything with mr. giuliani. melania trump has not publicly commented on the alleged affair. mr. trump has denied the allegations that they had sex. "the orlando sentinel" reports a awsuit claims the city of orlando and 30 police officers violated the civil rights of the patrons of the pulse nightclub shooting by not going after the shooter. more than two dozen survivors and some family members of victims killed in the 2016 massacre filed a lawsuit. the survivors say police did not immediately enter the building to confront the gunman and failed to protect their rights during the hours-long hostage standoff. 49 people died in that attack.
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here's a look at the forecast in some cities around the country. untry. on the "cbs moneywatch," facebook's latest privacy scandal and troubles for social security. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. >> reporter: good morning. there's a new warning about the viability of social security. the social security administration reports that its payouts exceeded collected revenue and it has to dip into the reserve fund to pay that's happened since 198 2. the reserve fund is expected to run out by 2034. the problem is lower than
expected funding from earnings without enough payroll taxes and future benefits can drop by 21% if notne to shore up the program. the reserve runs dhiry.ng the same federal report also says medicare is in trouble. trade tensions continue to weigh on investors' minds. asian shares fell this morning ahead of the g7 summit and stocks on wall street closed mixed. tech companies suffered the worst loss in six weeks while energy companies rose. big gains by mcdonald's and chevron boosted the dow. which rose 95 points. the s&p 500 shed nearly two. and the nasdaq also finish lower. if you're a facebook user check your recent posts. a software bug made some private posts public in may. as many as 14 million users were affected. facebook is notifying those who posted publicly during the time and said that the problem is fixed. it's the latest privacy issue to
hit the largest social media network and it follows news that the data -- it shared data with data makers. the national transportation safety board released a report on the deadly crash involving a tesla model "x" suv in california. it was on autopilot when it slammed into the highway traffic divider. seconds before the crash, the tesla sped up from 62 to 70 hour and veered left into the barrier. the driver an apple software mi engineer was killed in the crash. hena? >> diane king hall, thank you. >> thank you. still ahead, the search for life on mars. what the curiosity rover found on the red planet that has nasa so excited. t, it was love at first touch. and all you wanted to do was surround them in comfort and protection. that's why only pampers swaddlers is the number one choice of hospitals to wrap your baby in blanket-like softness and premium protection.
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for almost six years nasa's curiosy across the surface of mars and made some interesting discoveries. but yesterday nasa announced a fascinating find. kris van cleave explains. >> reporter: nasa knows when it says it has an announcement about mars, everyone will have the same question. >> so i'm going to tell you what we're not anun>>no tepngte ir: little green e deteio men roaming the red planet. >> i'm a martian. >> reporter: but what they have found is still pretty exciting. especially for a nasa scientist. it's more evidence that life could have existed on the planet or may still be there. it's based on what the curiosity rover discovered in an ancient martian lake bed called gale crater. when the rover drilled into rock it found different types of organic molecules. >> organic material is associated with life on earth. everything that we know on earth is associated with biology is composed of organic molecules. >> reporter: the rover confirmed
seasonal increases in methane gas. on earth, methane comes mostly from human, animal and plant life. none of which has been found on mars. >> there's a mystery there as to why it's there, where it's from. and that's what future missions are going to have to figure out. >> because it could be a sign of life? >> it could be a sign of life. >> reporter: back in 2013 the rover found hints of other organic materials in the same lake bed. but while all of the findings could mean there's life on the planet, there could be other explanations. >> it could come from meteorites. they're falling into the planet. they could come from the rocks themselves and be washed into this lake by rivers. >> reporter: so for now, the only real martians are in the movies. kris van cleave, cbs news, green belt, maryland. coming up on "cbs thismothe pay attention, we explain forest bathing.
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our top stories this rning, president trump leaves for the g7 summit in quebec today. he's likely to get a chilly reception from those leaders angered by his isolationist trade policies. mr. trump announced new tariffs on steel and aluminum. he had testy exchanges with justin trudeau and french president emmanuel macron. and president trump says he doesn't have to prepare very much for next week's scheduled summit with north korean leader kim jong-un. the president says attitude is more important.edo meet tuesday in singapore. here in new york a pizza delivery to an army base last
week ended with a man detained by immigration officers. yesterday, the governor offered him free legal representation. david begnaud has more. >> reporter: pablo villavicencio-calderon who is from ecuador arrived at the gate of ft. hamilton to deliver a pizza. he routinely delivers to that army garrison in brooklyn. he showed his city issued identification. and that's when officials flagged him. sandra chica is his wife. >> he came like always. they requested the i.d. he showed it and once -- the i.d. and the officers said that was not enough. >> reporter: everyone entering the base must show military identification. without it you undergo a background check. so the father of two signed a waiver allowing security officials to run that check and that's when they discovered he had been ordered to leave the country back in 2010 for being here illegally. he was arrested then and turned over to i.c.e. >> this is absolutely ridiculous. >> reporter: justin brannan is a
member of the new york city council. >> you're tearing families apart for what? how are we any safer today than we were yesterday? >> reporter: this is an issue that has been highlighted by the trump administration. and dealt with by local law enforcement across the country. georgia sheriff butch conway has been on the front lines. >> if you're in a country illegally the least you can do is obey that country's laws. >> reporter: now the governor of new york who is no fan of the trump administration has called villavicencio-calderon's arrest one of the federal government's assault on immigrant families. he is in jail right now in new jersey. he can file a petition to avoid deportation, but one of the things that the judge is going to weigh is the fact that he was ordered to leave this country eight years ago and didn't. david begnaud, cbs news, new york. coming up only on "cbs this morning" researchers in massachusetts believe they may be on the brink of creating a nonaddictive pain killer which could help curb the growing opioid epidemic.
hear from the team on what could be a revolutionary replacement. plus in the ongoing series pay attention, we explore forest bathing. john dickerson looks at how spending time in nature can affect our well-being and ability to focus. in our series "note to self" francois clemmons who played on mr. rogers neighborhood writes a message and offers words of encouragement to his younger self. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm hena doba. have a great day.
our "salesforce tower" camera exclusive camera, 1,070 feet up providing us a nice perspective and clear conditions to start this friday, june 8th. good morning, thanks for joining us. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. the bright lights of the city always good to see. >> mm-hm. >> always good. >> how is everyone this morning? it's friday, wahoo! >> ha ha! >> excited for the weekend. it's going to be a good one and it should feel nice outside. on this friday, we'll have clear conditions and warm weather today compared to yesterday at least. a little less of the onshore breeze but it's still coming in from the west but not as strong. so headlines today include this warmup. so it's short-lived. tomorrow will be cool and cloudy for part of the weekend and next week starting sunday i would say the heat is on. next week we'll be talking about the 90s. i'll let you know why we are going to get that shift in our weather coming up. slowdowns for drivers through the altamont pass area. westbound 580, y dip