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studio 57 newsroom at cbs headquarters in new york. anne-marie green has the day off. i'm brook silva-braga. good to be with you. authorities inanka urw this devastating terror attack, the country's deadliest violence since the civil war ended there nearly a decade ago. nine explosions took places miles apart, three at church holding easter services, three others at hotels. in all, 290 people were killed including several americans. local media now says at least 24 people are under arrest. the attacks being blamed on religious extremists. tom hanson is in new york with more. tom, good morning. >> good morning, brook. while that curfew has lifted, authorities are cautioning americans to avoid tourist hubs and public events. meanwhile police are investigating how this possibly could have happened. police raided homes and arrested
multiple suspects in the hours after the easter sunday bombings killed hundreds in sri lanka. authorities are investigating reports that the intelligence community may have known of a e taken. >> reporter: sri lanka's prime minister called for unity and support within the country. >> we have to make sure terrorism does not lift itself in sri lanka. >> reporter: the string of bombings ripped through luxury hotels and three catholic churches. this man says his family was celebrating easter morning mass at st. anthony's. >> mass was at 8:30. they all got caught. there were three people, mother, father, child, they all died. >> reporter: another explosion destroyed the roof of st. sebastian's. the violence reminds many of the long and bloody civil war that ended a decade ago. >> it's been ten years of peace, and we got used to that. so that's why it's really surprising and shocking. >> reporter: the country blocked
social media to stop the spread of misinformation. >> i can't think about what to do next. >> reporter: that's made it difficult for some americans to get in touch with loved ones. >> they have blocked us for a significant reason. >> reporter: sri lankan officials believe the terror attacks were caused by religious extremists. >> tom hanson, thanks. nancy pelosi is scheduled to hold a conference call with fellow democrats to review the implications of robert mueller's report and among the topics to be discussed is the impeachment of president trump. weijia jiang has the story. >> reporter: president trump
started easter sunday at a florida church with his family. >> happy easter, everybody. have a great day. >> reporter: in a chipper tweet the president wrote, i have never been happier or more content, but clearly he's not happy about the mueller report. he blasted it as a hit job and wrote can you believe i had to go through the worst political witch hunt throughout the history of the united states? no collusion. at his own easter service robert mueller remained silent. the president's personal lawyer rudy giuliani says his client is a angry at mueller. >> why wouldn't you be angry at a person who's accused you of a crime of treason even if it's untrue. >> reporter: he said even if the president had fired mueller, it would not have been obstruction of justice. >> at that time he had several good reasons to fire mueller. >> reporter: democrats are taking a close look at the times the president may have obstructed justice as mueller
you outlined. they issued a subpoena seeking the full unredacted report. house speaker nancy pelosi will hole a call with house democrats, some of whom are volley pushing to launch the impeachment process while others are more hesitant. >> that's going to be a very controversial decision and one i'm going to reserve judgment on until we have a chance to full are deliberate about it. >> reporter: republican senator mike lee, a member of the judiciary commission said on "face the nation" it would be a mistake for the democrats to go down the impeachment road. he said nothing in the report changes his view on president trump and he believes most americans would say the same.nit cbs news has learned his 2020 announcement is anticipated for wednesday. he's faced scrutiny with some
past interactions with women. at least seven women have come forward and said he made them feel uncomfortable. it's still very early in the race, but even before the announcement, biden had led the polls for the presidential nomination. he would be the 20th presidential candidate to run for your the race. the administration will not renew waivers for china, india, japan, south korea, and turkey. it may expire on may 2nd. the move is an escalation of the trump administration's maximum campaign toward iran. oil prices spiked 3% and it could cost gas prices here in the u.s. to go up as well. indiana state police plan to announce new information into the investigation into the murders of two teenagers who were killed near delphi, indiana, in february of 2017.ng
laoo. indianapolis affiliate wtp-tv. >> cautiously hopeful. you know, like i said, i've gotten my hopes up before only to relive it again, and it's awful. i don't want do that again. >> one of the only clues is the cellphone video of a man said to be behind the murders, but police say he eas's's never bee identified. it's earth day and more than 100 million people are expected to celebrate across the globe. the first day was 1970. it's, of course, become a day to raise awareness about environmental issues. it has events in 193 country. that's almost all of them. and coming up on "cbs this morning," an in-depth series called "earth matters." our correspondents will take you
around the world looking at challenges and solutions to protect the planet. and coming up on the "morning news," a woman apparently tossing a bag of new born puppies into dumpster. and a presidential candidate has the last laugh. how a comedian in ukraine pulled off a stunning upset to beat the income benl and win the election. this is the "cbs morning news." the only one to combine a safe sleep aid, plus the 12 hour pain relieving strength of aleve. i'm back. aleve pm for a better am. let's talk about thisd when we meet next week. edward jones came to manage a trillion dollars in assets under care by focusing our mind on whatever's on yours.
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that woman. what was she doing. the desperate search for a messing 5-year-old boy, and a comedian yanl best known for playing a make-believe president wins the election to become the next real president. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "chicago tribune" reportings on the search for a 5-year-old boy missing from a chicago suburb. police say his parents are no longer cooperating. the parents of andrew a.j. freund told police they last saw him when he went to bed wednesday and realized he was gone the next morning. his dad pleaded for a.j.'s return. >> a.j., please come home. we love you very much. you're not in any trouble. we're just worried to death. please, please come home. >> searches around the neighborhood have so far come up emtry. police say the dogs have only traced the boy's scent around the attention is focused. bodies of three in an
avalanche have been recovered. jess roskelley of spokane and austrian's david lama and hans sorg auer were caught in last week's avalanche. bad weather delayed the search for their bodies. one of their recovered phones apparently had an image as you can see of the trio smiling showing they had reached the summit before their deaths. "the boston globe" says 13 passengers on an american airlines were hospitalized after landing at logan airport. officials say they are high school-aged students and chaperones who contracted food poisoning in ecuador. they got sick on the flight home. they apparently all ate from the same restaurant in ecuador on saturday night. american airlines says they have all been released from the hospital. our partners over at the bbc
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how can you not dance? that's thelma houston singing her number one hit, "don't leave me this way." it won her a grammy in 1977. it was part of a cbs special "motown 60:a motown celebration." it was hosted by smokey robin n robinson. it featured motown legends and the musicians influenced by them. looks luke a good time. on the "cbs moneywatch," boeing fights back against allegations of shoddy airplane production, and target offers a sweet deal for parents looking to buy a new car seat. you have my attention. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning. >> good morning. let's start with this. earnings kick into high gear. halliburton, kimberly-clark, whirlpool all report today.
marks were closed on friday in observance of good friday. the dow did rally 110 points thursday. the s&p 500 gained 4 points,> b dreamliner factory in north carolina. it payments a picture that the company values speed over quality. boeing called the report, quote, offensive and distorted. the report noting the investigation and certification of the 737 max. that model plane was involved in go deadly crashes within five months. target is once again holding a car seat trade-in event. customers can bring in any unwanted car seat until may 4th and receive a coupon for 20% off a new car seat, booster seat, or stroller. the coupon will be eligible to use through may 11th. they'll recycle any type of car
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stop! we should be holding the wheel, not holding the phone. it's a busy world out there. and we're all in it together. go safely, california. our top story this morning. authorities in sri lanka have le lifted a curfew after a deadly terror attack there. nine explosions took place miles apart at church services and luxury hotels. the series of bombings killed at least 290 people including americans. the tacke bein on religious extremists. in paris it was a bittersweet easter as worshippers were not able to attend services at the famed notre dame cathedral following last week's devastating fire, but the faithful still found a way to celebrate the holiday at another church. here's roxana saberi.
>> reporter: displaced but determined, catholics celebrated easter sunday mass at a church in paris with prayers that notre dame cathedral will rise again and with gratitude for the firefighters who risked their lives to save it. as worshippers lined up outside, winnie nicholas, a new yorker living in switzerland told us she had hoped to celebrate easter sunday at notre dame instead. >> it's really sad we couldn't brate at notre dame. every time i come to paris, i visit notre dame. >> reporter: the cause of monday night's fire still isn't clear, though french authorities believe it was likely an accident. france's culture minister says crews have stabilized almost all
of the cathedral, though they're still removing rubble from the roof. before the fire notre dame was one of the most visited sites in france not only by catholics but by tourists around the world. judging by the crowds, it hasn't lost its appeal. lisan bahr and luka stuerze traveled to visit. >> we thought we'd come here and see what the current status is. >> even though you couldn't come inside. >> yeah, yeah, and that's fine. we wanted to see what it was doing. people are taking photos of the reconstruction work. >> but the fact that you can still see it, it's beautiful, you know. the front of the building, you can see the front of it. it's still pretty even though it's damaged. >> reporter: patricia needham who gave tours before the fire hopes to talk about it. >> it will be a new reason to visit. >> absolutely a new reason to visit. >> reporter: and to watch as the
cathedral heals from its wounds. roxana saberi, cbs news, paris. and coming up on "cbs this morning," today is earth da spe called "earth matters," we'll take you to every corner of the globe and the fight to protect the environment. scientists will study how deforestation affectings climate change, blue a visit to the famous bondi beach to see a company's breakthrough idea to help clean up the ocean. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm brook silva-braga. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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weekend it was. mary, i'm hoping the sunny streak continues as we start this new week. >> kenny and michelle, i think you're going to like this week. plenty of sunshine and temperatures warming up today through the middle of the day. happy monday day. temperatures running in the mid 40s to low 50s at this hour. here's what you can expect. along the coast, morning clouds. we are looking at afternoon sunshine along the coast with high 60s. low to mid 70s with plenty of sunshine. and check out our inland locations. low to mid 80s as we head through the day and this is just the start of a big warmup. i'll let you know how warm those temperatures will get as we go through the next few days coming up. emily. so far your traffic is looking pretty darn good. it's slow for a monday, but that's going to change as things heat up. let's take a look at our map and get to