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>> people are saying, oh, your house is gone, your house is gone, this is gone, that is gong. i don't care. i'm still walking around here. and why minnesota congresswoman ilhan omar says a tweet from president trump is putting her life in danger. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. i'm anne-marie green. it's being called one of the biggest comebacks in sports history. tiger woods claimed victory at the masters yesterday. p it comes years after physical and personal issues. this is woods' fifth green jacket and 15th major. laura podesta is here with the historic win. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. it made people who aren't even normally golf fans like myself want to be out there on the green for the final moment. maybe it was the come british columbia or the way he hugged
think everyone was rooting for tiger woods. >> the return to glory. >> and with that, tiger woods finished one of the most improbable comebacks in all of sports. rowd at augusta national golf club fully behind him, woods won the masters on sunday, his first major in 11 years. >> this has meant so much to me and my family, this tournament, to have everyone here. it's something i'll never, ever forget. >> walking off the 18th n, he was all smiles as he embraced his son charlie, a reminder of the scene 22 years ago -- >> a win for the ages. >> -- when a 21-year-old woods won his first of five green jackets. >> my dad was here in '97, and now i'm the dad with two kids there. >> he racked up 13 majors in 11 years, but over the past decades
woods was beaten by self-inflicted tabloid headlines, a messy divorce, a dui arrest, and injuries to his back and knee. >> laid down. i couldn't do much of anything. >> cbssportscastor jim nantz. >> for him to pull it off on this stage where his life and his triumphant moments had been exposed to the world, it was a very sweet moment. >> with birdies and a miraculous shot on the 15th hole for one more, woods ran away from the pack. and the victory was woods' 81st on the pga tour, putting him one back of sam snead's all-time record, but he will need three more of the big wins to tie jack nicklaus for the most majors of all time with 18.ar tha inew york. ra. later on "cbs this morning," former "new york times"
columnist bill rhodes will discuss tiger woods' latest victory. on to weather now, millions are under the threat of severe weather as a powerful storm system barrels toward the east coast. damaging winds, hail, and possible tornados are possible from the carolinas to new york. the storm has already left a wide swath of destruction across the south. at least seven people have been killed this weekend by violent storms including about a dozen suspected tornadoes. mireya villarreal reports from al toe, texas. >> reporter: this storm system can be measured in the destruction left behind. dozens of homes in hamilton, louisiana, flattened and yet this closet was spared with clothes still hanging inside. at least 11 tornadoes touched tned s ic i e different states. didn't have time to get scared until it was over. >> reporter: raja ann gray was
at home in texas with her four grandsons when one ripped through their small city. they survived by hiding in this hallway. >> my front porch, the awning over the front of the porch is in my neighbor's yard. >> reporter: the worst of these storms hit louisiana, mississippi, and texas saturday. in angelina county two children were killed when a tree hit their car. at the height of the storm, more than 100,000 people were without power. a tornado also touched down in alto, texas. population, 1,200. see ville morgan has lived here most of his life. morgan stayed home with his family, planning to ride out the storm, thinking they were in for heavy rain and high winds. >> when you guys are huddled in the corner here, what were you telling your grandchildren. >> everything is fine. >> reporter: by daylight crews were on scene cleaning up the damage and providing help to those who need. >> you've lived here for 30 years. what are you going to do? >> i'm going to have to start
over. that's all i can do. or do something. >> mireya villarreal, cbs news, alto, texas. president trump is traveling to minnesota today for a campaign rally. it marks his first stop in twin city's metro area as commander in chief. and today's trip comes on the heels of white house officials defending the president's controversial proposals to send migrants to sanctuary cities. those are cities who refuse to follow or cooperate with federal immigration enforcement. >> they support sanctuary cities, so let's spread out the burden and put it in some of those locations if they're wanting and they're refusing to help fix the problem. >> the president says he has the absolute right to implement his transfer plan. and he would pardon his new secretary kevin mcaleenan if he
broke immigration law. attorney general william barr is expected to release a redacted version of the re the white house says they still consider the report as a total exoneration for president trump. democrats say they want to see the full report and judge for themselves. south bend, indiana, pete buttigieg is kicking off his plan to run for president of the united states. he's the 19th candidate to seek the democratic nomination and he hopes to make history as the first openly gay president. jo. meanwhile senator camela harris and her husband reported a total income of about $2 million in their 2018 federal
tax return. the democrat released 15 years of tax returns over the weekend, three more than any other candidate. senator bernie sanders plans to disclose his tax returns today and president trump's campaign raised more than $30 million in the first fund-raising in the quarter. so coming up on the "morning news" now, president trump is under fire for a tweet about congresswoman ilhan omar. and taking a gamble. a record payout after tiger woods' master victory. this is the "cbs morning news." yout after tiger woods' master victory. this is the "cbs morning news." . cosentyx can help people with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis find clear skin that can last. don't use if you're allergic to cosentyx. before starting, get checked for tuberculosis. an increased risk of infections and lowered ability to fight them may occur. tell your doctor about an infection or symptoms, if your inflammatory bowel disease symptoms
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the cessna was reportedly headed to the airport on long island when the pilot became disoriented possibly because of fog. the pilot changed course to jfk but the plane came down in front of a house and got tangled up in power lines. >> we all ran outside, and there was a guy across the street who ran outside and said that's a plane, there's a plane on our block. i thought, that doesn't sound right. i come outsde and lo and behold there's a plane. >> everyone got away without injuries and the cause of the crash is under investigation. a bet on tiger woods has a hydrogen payout, and president trump attacks congresswoman ilhan omar. those are some of the stories on this morning's newsstand. nancy pelosi says the capitol police are working to safeguard congresswoman ilhan omar, her family, and staff after a tweet by president trump. on friday president trump shared a video of the muslim lawmaker
superimposed over images of the 9/11 terror attacks. she says since the tweet she's experienced direct threats on her life. some democrats have accused mr. trump of trying to incite violence against omar. yesterday white house press secretary sarah sanders defended the president. >> i find her comments to be absolutely disgraceful and unbefitting of a member of congress, and i think it's a good thing that the president is calling her out for those comments, and the big question is why aren't the democrats doing it as well. >> sanders says mr. trump is wishing no ill will toward the congresswoman. the "washington post" reports sarah sanders says she doesn't believe democrats are smart enough to examine thousands of pages of president trump's tax returns.
the house democrats have given the trump deadline of april 23rd to turn over the returns. mr. trump has refuse under audit. sanders added the democrats' request for the return is all about political partisanship. our partners at bbc report a world war ii-era bomb was detonated in germany. it was discovered by firefighters in a frankfurt river last tuesday during a training exercise. about 600 people living nearby were evacuated from their homes yesterday. bomb disposal experts detonated the device sending water into the river, jetting water into the air between two bridges. "usa today" says tiger woods' victory at the masters resulted in a $1.2 million payout at a las vegas sports book, a golf record. someone placed an $85,000 bet on woods at the william hill sports book at the sls hotel at the casino. william hill said his win resulted in an overall seven-figure loss for the sports book. the odds of woods winning made his winning for the pga champion
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a suspenseful test flight. the six-engine jet took off from an airfield in california's mohave desert on saturday. its wing span is the length of football field. the plane is designed to launch rockets carrying small satellites into space. on the "cbs moneywatch" now, what do you do if you miss today's tax filing deadline. and new flight cancellations due to grounded max vets. mark lieberman massachusetts that commemorates
revolution ware battles and tomorrow is emancipation day in washington, d.c. earning season is officially under way. citigroup and goldman sachs will report today. stocks close after strong earnings led by jpmorgan chase. the s&p 500 jumped 19 points and the nasdaq gained 36 points. american airlines is extended cancellations for the boeing 737 max aircraft through
august 19th. the cancellations amount to about 115 flights per day. the planes' anti-stall software was instituted in two crashes. lyft is putting an electric device in three cities after a reported breaking problem. reports in new york, washington, an san francisco are impacted. the company is working to replace about 3,000 ped a-assist bikes. in the meantime lyft will provide customers with traditional bikes to prevent travel interruptions. and "shazam" powered its to a second box office ore the weekend. it took in an estimated $25 million.
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of destruction across the south killing at least seven people. >> and president trump is traveling to minof the white house officials defending the president's proposal to send migrants to sanctuary cities. the president tweeted he has the absolute right to implement his transfer plan. it's tax day, the last day to file your returns with the irs, and security experts are warning of a new scam that's targeting americans. tom hanson has details. how many threats are you facing every day? >> well, this is a constant game of cat and mouse. >> reporter: he and his team in cambridge, massachusetts, are tracking scammers all over the world. >> we collect about 35 million spam messages a day. we track botnets and look for all kinds of activity. >> reporter: this year they found a new scam called trick bot. they appear to be sent from reputable accounting, tax, and
payroll firms or people you may trust like an accountant. itan teaches people how to recognize hacks. they can infect your computer with malware. >> unfortunately people still click on emails and links that they're not familiar with or shouldn't be doing, which is why these tricks still work and are still out there. >> they can get access to your computer. >> what they're doing is waiting for you to go out to your bank account, and they're going to capture your credentials as you log into your bank account. >> reporter: barlow says there are ways to spot a fake email. tom hanson, cbs news, cambridge, massachusetts. coming up on "cbs this morning," what's in your cosmetics? how some lawmakers are fighting to regulate beauty products and have the fda approve the ingredients inside. plus the property brothers team up with habitat for
humanity to raise awareness about the need for affordable housing. jan crawford visited the brothers. and it's the end of an era at the san diegooo pandas get ready to return to china. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com shshow me homecoming. baby sloth videos on youtube. amy, do you uh mind giving someone else a turn?
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>> let's get a look at weather and traffic, here comes the rain again. >> yes. it will not start until we get past noon.best of the rain will through just in time for the drive home, between 4:00-7:00. that is when we will see the most widespread rain. let me show you what radar looks like now. if i give you the wide view, you can see this afternoon's reign, it is way out there sitting off the coast. future cast brings the rain ford, that is when it gets here. that says 1:00 in the afternoon, that is just when it begins. remember, better brain will come through in time for your drive home from work.