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news continues and others, check broaast center, in morning news ripe it's friday, november 30, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." surprise admission. president trump's former lawyer pleads guilty to lying to congress and offers details about a moscow tower deal. the president's strong reaction. the g-20 summit kicks off this morning in argentina. the trade meeting overshadowed by conflicts involving saudi arabia, china, and russia. hello, friday morning. we love you and bridge killer's conssio w vithe coradoan
nd nd daughters. this morning. clear conditions as we start off friday, november 30th. captioning funded by cbs good morning from the studio good morning. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. friday is our favorite day of 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. the week. we need this. >> how is everyone this good to be with you, i'm morning? >> good. >> ready for the weekend. >> right. anne-marie green. a surprise admission from >> bring it on. >> made it through and we are president trump's former looking at a really nice r us a attorney michael cohen. yesterday he pleaded guilty to lying to congress about a trump area. so enjoy it after a stormy real estate project in russia week. we are looking at mostly sunny during the 2016 presidential to partly sunny skies. campaign. well, cohen is cooperating with a live look with our transamerica cam looking east. the special counsel's russia you can see the bay bridge out investigation. tom hanson is here in new york with more on this news. there and our temperatures are tom, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. a little bit cooler compared that guilty plea is raising new questions about the trump organization's ties to russia. and president trump did not mince words about his feelings to yesterday morning. concord you're at 53. on that. oakland 54. livermore 49. president trump is in argentina san jose 53. odumhaohenr. a break from the rain today. mostly to partly sunny skies. our next storm will be a fast mover. that will bring rain morrow m trump's former personal attorney, pleaded guilty to lying to congress.
cohen admitted he about a pote tower in moscow. he told congress that negotiations over the real in j of 2016. he now says those talks continued into june when it was apparent mr. trump would have the votes to secure the republican presidential nomination. >> it's a reminder that there's been a remarkable volume of criminal activity uncovered by the special counsel's investigation. >> cohen is cooperating with investigators looking into the trump campaign's ties to russia. in august he pleaded guilty to tax evasion charges brought by prosecutors in new york. >> michael cohen is lying and he's trying to get a reduced sentence. >> president trump said his one time fixer isn't being truthful now. >> what he's trying to do, because he's a weak person and not a very smart person, what ' it's very simple. he's got himself a big prison sentence and he' the white house canceled the
sit-down to protest russia's aggression towards ukraine. cohen is scheduled to be sentenced on december 12th. that's according to a person familiar with the matter. >> thank you so much, tom. the g-20 summit of world leaders gets underway this morning in argentina. president trump is set to sign a new trade deal with china and mexico to replace nafta. president trump cited russia's seizure of three ukrainian vessels. also looming large over the summit is the attendance of saudi arabia's crown prince mohammed bin salman. he's suspected of ordering the murder of journalist jamal khashoggi. and ahead on "cbs this morning," major garrett is in aires. security camera video shows
watts outside his home after he committed the murder of his family on august 13th. he's seen walking to his truck arrying a red gas can. take the bodies to a work site where he disposed of them there. before taking a plea he claimed that his wife killed the two kids. the video also showed watts confessing to his father that he killed his wife. >> she hurt them and then i -- >> what now? >> i [ inaudible ] her. >> watts changed his story and pleaded guilty to all three murders. he was sentenced to life in prison. a suspect is in custody in connection with last week's shooting at a shopping mall in ce officer shot and killed an innocent man who he says he thought was the shooter. mark strassmann has mo s
actual gunman in the thanksgiving mall shooting. brown has been charged wa attempted murder for a shooting spree that left two people wounded and the hoover, alabama, police department under fire. >> the shooter is down at this time. >> reporter: a responding police officer shot 21-year-old emantic bradford jr. mistaking him for the gunman. bradford was armed but had a concealed weapons permit. >> they killed him in cold blood. they shot that man down for no reason. >> reporter: police in hoover, alabama, later conceded bradford never fired his weapon, the officer killed the wrong man. since then, protesters have been demanding answers and the release of body camera video. so far, investigators have resisted that. hoover councilman derrick murphy and other city officials said if the state agency investigating the shooting won't release the i e s of
information by monday at noon, the chief will decide whether to release bradford sooun yo senior is a retired police officer. >> i want justice for my son. i want the officer who did the shooting held accountable for it. >> reporter: as this investigation continues, the officer who shot and killed bradford remains on administrative leave. on saturday, his parents will bury their only son. mark strassmann, cbs news, hoover, alabama. a new jersey man is set to pbe arraigned this morning in a case involving a mysterious mansion fire. suspect is accused of kill his brother, his brother's wife and their two children. nikki battiste has more. >> this one is the most brutal case that i've seen in my experience here. >> reporter: monmouth county prosecutors chris gramiccioni charged paul caneiro with four counts of murder for allegedly killing his business partner an killing his wife and two young
children, 8-year-old sophia and 11-year-old jesse. >> the wife jennifer was stabbed and shot and the two children, we pe repeatedly stabbed by knife. >> reporter: they say he burned down the $1 million mansion to try to destroy the evidence and then set his own home applies and allegedly killed his own family. >> what he start a fire at his own home? >> he intended to destroy it for purposes of concealing it or covering his alleged crimes. and the other reason was to create a ruse or story that the caneiro family overall was somehow targeted or victimized. >> reporter: police believe he had a financial motive for the murders. the brothers ran a tech can liver sorm of togetheoy justice, whatever that might be. >> reporter: nikki battiste, cbs news, new jersey. now to a deadly accident at
the u.s./mexico border. three people were killed and eight injured when a pickup truck being chased by border patrol agents crashed outside san diego. authorities say the truck was carrying two people in the cab and nine in the back. hit a spike strip on a highway yesterday afternoon. the truck veered into an embankment and rolled over. police say it was traveling at speeds of more than 100 miles per hour. meanwhile, no criminal charges will be filed against the 42 migrants arrested sunday for charging the border from tijuana, mexico. they were arrested after u.s. agents fired teargas. and in california, flashr storm warnings and flash flood warnings for parts of the state today. cleanup crews had to dig through mud in malibu. they man who was clinging to a tree in the middle of the l.a. river.
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our top stories this morning. a surprise confession from president trump's former attorney michael cohen. he pleaded guilty to lying to congress about a potential trump tower in moscow during the 2016 presidential campaign. cohen, who is cooperating with the special counsel's russia investigation, said that he lied to back up mr. trump's timeline of the real estate deal. the president says cohen is not being truthful now. and the g-20 summit gets under way this morning in argentina. president trump is set to sign a new trade deal with mexico and canada to replace nafta. he abruptly canceled his planned meeting with russian president vladimir putin citing the seizure of three ukrainian vessels. tomorrow he meets with china opup today
rmillhowffew designs andas thris martinez fo, many companies are unveiling innovations for inside the car. >> reporter: the volvo booth inside the l.a. auto show stands out because of what's missing. during the media preview day, there were no cars or display. while other automakers are showing off their latest rides, volvo is highlighting technology. visitors can get a virtual look inside the autonomous cars of the future. it's also touting its infotainment partnership with google. >> you're low on fuel, would you like to add a stop? >> no, not now. >> reporter: he says his company is also teaming up with amazon to have your packages delivered right to your car. >> 50 years ago when you demonstrated your new car for hood and looked at the engine. in the future we opened it up
fantastic dashboard, control, look at that navigation. >> reporter: road show's brian cooley says technology is driving car sales. >> reporter: all car companies in a race to produce the best gadgets and eventually self-driving vehicles. a race the small automaker byton is trying to win. their car has a huge interactive display and there's no need for buttons. drivers operate the screen with gestures. the ceo calls it a smart device on wheels. >> you have everything that u'r smart devices, high-speed connectivity, screens, and easy user interaction. >> the byton is expected to be on sale in 2020, a year many automakers plan to have high tech take over much of the driving. chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. morning," award winning chef eric ripert who's restaurant was