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from the broadcast center in n york city i'm elaine quijano. captioning funded by cbs it's monday, april 29th, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." a deadly synagogue shooting. a worshipper is killed and three others hurt after a gunman cni. now tales of heroism are emerging from the tragedy. and in tennessee, seven bodies found at two different homes. and a crane collapse.s are .
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what the crane investigators still don't know about this deadly accident. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. this is "cbs morning news." i'm anne-marie green. a woman was killed and three others were wounded after a gunman opened fire at a synagogue in poway near san diego. the shooter, 19-year-old john t. earnest, is being held without bond. he was arrested and face a hate crime charge in addition to murder and attempted murder charges. laura podesta is live this morning. >> sheriffs and police have now steppe the victims of saturday's deadly synagogue shooting. >> we love you. we will stand with you now and forever. >> one person was killed and three injured when a gunman opened fire in the middle of sabbath service.
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8-year-old noya dahan was hit with shrapnel during the attack. >> she's with us. this is bravery. >> her uncle, 34-year-old almog peretz was hit in the leg. 6-year-old lori gilbert-kaye was killed. >> lori took the bullet for all of us. >> rabbi yisroel goldstein was shot in the hand and lost an index finger. >> it's a reminder how strong we are and how heroic we can be. >> this is what he told his congregation. >> we with will not let anyone or anything take us down. terrorism like this will not take us down. >> san diego sheriff bill gore identified the shooter. >> john earnest, date of birth,
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6/9/99, age 19. >> his semiautomatic rifle may have malfunctioned after several rounds. an off-duty border patrol officer fired at the shooter as he fled. earnest later called 911 and surrendered in his car. and earnest will be in court on wednesday. we're hearing he may face a hate crime charge in addition to homicide charges. anne-marie. >> laura podesta here in new york. thank you so much, laura. two more bodies have been found inside a tennessee home raising the death toll to seven. investigators continue to search two homes in westmoreland where the murders took place. the suspected killer michael cummings was shot and killed saturday night after an hours-long manhunt. people living in the community were shocked to hear about what happened. >> you think out here you're safe. you feel a security, sense of security, and then whenever something like this happens that major and that many people, it's
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like -- it just scares you. >> it's unheard of. >> police say a 12-year-old girl is among the dead, a&of the victims were close relatives of the suspect. the victims' names have not been released though. >> and investigators in sale are trying to figure out what caused a construction crane to fall on one of the city's busiest streets. the crane collapsed at google's new facilities. four people were killed and four others were hurt. mola lenghi reports. >> reporter: a disaster zone in downtown seattle after a crane collapsed in the south lake union neighborhood late saturday. two of the victims were crane operators. two others including sara wong, a freshman at seattle pacific university, were in vehicles that were crushed. >> shebang. down she comes. i knew what it was. i ran out the door. >> reporter: he ran outside with a badly damaged vehicle with a mother and baby inside somehow unharmed. >> very, very lucky baby. very lucky. not a mark on her.
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good to see. >> reporter: this cellphone video recorded just a few minutes before the crane toppled shows the tower beginning to lean. james etherin saw e whole thin d t stted toean. when in' stop its lean it. was going the whole time, but before i actually registered it was falling. >> reporter: it happens from weather, maintenance, to operator error, but by and large, crane use is safe. >> with big cranes like this and the locations and everything and doing the work, they're not that common to have this dramatic type of crane accident. smaller accidents are fairly common. >> pritchard says cranes are currently in high demand in u.s. cities. according to "the seattle times," seattle has more cranes in use than any other city. we're enny durkin.
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going to pay extra attention that the cranes in seattle are safe. >> reporter: mola lenghi, cbs news, new york. police in maryland say a gunman opened fire into a crowd killing a man and wounded seven others. yesterday's shooting took place on a street in baltimore where people were gathered for cookouts. police say the shooting appeared extremely targeted, but a possible motive was not given. no suspect was named. the incident comes after baltimore's new commissioner was sworn in. and the house judiciary committee plans to threaten attorney general william barr if he refuses to testify this week. he's supposed to report on wednesday. he may skip the hearing. on "face the nation" sunday lindsey graham defined the report. >> it's over for me. he didn't collude and
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obstruction of justice is absurd. >> the report found no members of the trump campaign conspired with russians to influence the 2016 presidential campaign, but it did not draw a conclusion on obstruction of justice. joe biden is holding a campaign in the battleground state of pennsylvania today. the former vice president launched his 2020 presidential campaign last week. biden joins a field of more than 20 democrats running. recent polling had him as the leader among them even before a formal announcement. and the movie "avengers: endgame" assembled, shattering arly every record in its opening weekend. >> we've got to finish this. >> it took in $1.2 billion worldwide in just five days. to accommodate demand,
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disney rd more studios t it had the biggest overseas opening, biggest domestic debut and biggest opening day. "endgame" and "capital marvel" are now the two highest grossing movies so far this year. the 22 films in the marvel cinematic universe have earned a collective 19.9 billion box office dollars. wow. coming up on the "cbs morning news," five men trapped in a virginia cave for nearly two days are rescued. >> and triumph to tragedy, a recent new york giants draft pick is wounded in a shooting. this is the "cbs morning news."
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his nuclear efforts and longtime work in partied in south africa. the six-term republican senator did yesterday at a hospital in virginia where he was being treated for a rare neurological disorder. he was a leader in foreign affairs and helped start a program that helped destroy thousands of nuclear weapons after the cold war ended. richard lugar was 87. a new york giants draft pick was injured in a shooting, and a cave rescue in virginia. those are some of the headlines on the t reports five men were saved after they were trapped inside. authorities say six men entered the cave friday night with plans they became trapped, and the situation got even worse when heavy rains hit. one man crawled out early sunday morning and called for help. >> they basically got in, got fatigued and cold. it was really wet, muddy, and slippery, and they o. >> the five rescued men were taken to the hospital suffering
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from hypotherm ya and exhaustion. they ranged in age from 24 to 39. a shooting left one football player dead and a draft from new york giants injured in a shooting. police say a shooting after a party killed 23 yir 23-year-old simmons. 23-year-old corey ballentine, a defensive back picked in the u.s.deto nd in disneyland and called for changes to immigration laws. he railed against what he called the worst immigration laws ever and loopholes in the nation's immigration system. he said now that the immigration's family separation policy had ended, the border is like disneyland. the president also said the administration is working on a merit-based immigration plan. "the new york times" says spain's ruling socialist party strengthened its hold on
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parliament in national elections. ♪ >> supporters of prime minister pedro sanchez and his socialist party celebrated in madrid last night. the party captured 123 of the 350 parliament seats but fell short of an absolute majority. it will need to form a coalition government. for the first time since the 1970s, a far right party captured seats. they captured 10% of the vote and will have 24 seats. and our partners at the bbc report more than 270 workers in indonesia have died counting votes. officials say they died mostly of fatigue-related illnesses caused by long hours counting millions of paper ballots by hand in the national and regional elections. more than 1,800 workers have fallen ill. about 7 million people are helping count the votes from
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earlier this month which took place in more than 800,000 polling locations. the country's election commission is reportedly paying families about $2,500 for each dead worker. still ahead, app crackdown. apple has removed or restricted nearly a dozen popular apps that limit the time spent on smartphones. restricted dozens of popular apps that limit the time spent on smartphones. fast... ...and brake too hard. with feedback to help you drive safer. giving you the power to actually lower your cost. unfortunately, it can't do anything about that. now that you know the truth... are you in good hands? woman: this is your wake-up call. if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis, month after month, the clock is ticking on irreversible joint damage. ongoing pain and stiffness are signs of joint erosion.
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♪ under my umbrella under my umbrella ♪ a colorful display hanging overhead in a french village. a portuguese artist has put up hundreds of umbrellas as part of her umbrella sky project. she's taken the umbrellas to neighborhoods all over the world well, oncbs ywat," a new al downscboeing, and apple acks ck exchange with te ne let's start with boeing. it reportedly did not tell southwest airlines that a safety warning system on its max jets had been turned off. government and industry officials say southwest did not know about the change until after the deadly lion air crash last year. according to "the wall street
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journal," the faa considered grounding southwest max jets while debating about additional training for pilots. the max jet was grounded after the crash of an ethiopian airlines jet last month. earnings were turned in earlier this week. notable companies reporting today restaurant brands, spotify and other companies. stocks closed friday after a strong gdp report. the dow rose 83 points, the s&p 500 gained 13 point, and the nasdaq added 27 points. president trump's pick for the federal reserve board says he regrets past controversial n.s w about stephen more said the artics po. he wrote columns for the national review. he said female athletes were
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apps from its app store. some of the apps limit children's screen time and block their access to adult content. apple claims the content is too invasive for private use. people in michigan are asked to turn in money they stole after a box with nearly $30,000 fell off the back of a truck. drivers in grand haven grabbed the cash and took off last thursday. only $2,500 was returned to the owner. two teenagers turned in $630 and a woman turned in $3,900. anne-marie. >> you know, the thing about it is there are cameras do the right thing. >> you might as well, yeah. get some good karma. it will come back to you. >> exactly. diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, diane. >> all right. you've got it. still ahead, trouble at the finish line. a marathon runner in a big ben costume? it's an unexpected obstacle. big ben
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ clowns to the left of me jokers to the right here i am stuck in the middle with you ♪ former northwestern quarterback clayson thorn fifth round of the draft. he stood up but ignored his brother's high five to hug his wife instead and snubbed his brother again seconds later to hug another one. you know what? your brother's always going to be your brother.
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your wife, if you don't play your cards right, you never know. look at. this he dressed as big ben. when he tried to cross the finish line, his costume was too big to make it through. he needed some help to get across. bates was trying to break the world record by being the fastest one to finish a marathon dressed as a landmark. that's a thing. he did not break the record. bates said he was raising money for alzheimer's research. coming up only on "cbs this morning," we talk with airbnb ceo brian chesky about how th original content including a new documentary. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." docuto look at me now, you don't see psoriasis. you see clear skin. cosentyx can help people with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis find clear skin that can last.
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a memorial will be held today for a woman killed in the synagogue shooting in california. three others were wounded saturday after a gunman opened fire at a synagogue in poway near san diego. the accused shooter, 19-year-old john t. earnest is being held without bail and is expected to be arraigned later on this week. in health news, as the elderly population continues to grow, so will the need for more caregivers. kenneth craig tells us about a revolutionary home care program. >> see, that was your birthday party. >> reporter: this woman is 93 years old and suffers from dementia. her son's fiancee peggy recently became her full-time caregiver. it's part of a promise he made to his father. >> he asked me to look after my mom, and several weeks later he died. >> wow. >> so i took that promise pretty seriously. >> reporter: peggy assists her with everything from her
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medication and meals to simply getting around. the arrangement is called self-directed care, which allows the sick or elderly to hire their own friends or family to take care of them and the love loved ones get paid for it, but patients don't have to pay out of their own pockets. the funds get paid by medicare. >> reporter: her case is manage and coordinated by a company called freedom care which overseas thousands of new york patients. >> this is really the future of home health care. >> reporter: this ceo believes the motto could make a big dent in the growing shortage of caregivers by baby workers while also improving outcomes for patients. >> nobody's going to care for family like family. we've seen hospitalizations drop considerably.
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>> reporter: most states have similar medicate programs for seniors. salaries vary state to state. >> it recognizes me. >> reporter: peggy uses an app equipped with facial recognition and tracking technology, a safety mechanism designed to prevent fraud. >> and i bet that you can feel really comforted and good every day when you leave the house knowing that your mom is in the best hands. >> it does allow me to kind of not stress out about that. >> and her biggest wish was to die in her own home. she didn't want to go in a nursing home. >> reporter: and this family is grateful they're now able to do what they can to make that happen. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. well, coming up on "cbs this morning," many smartphone apps are secretly collecting information about the movements of tens of millions of americans and selling that location data for use in targeted apps. ahead tony dokoupil get a look at this unregulated industry. >
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brian chesky tells us how the company is creating new content, and john dickerson talks with legendary actress glenda jackson. 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 th are
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now at 4:30, a live look from our exclusive sails forest camera looks at the orioles where they got swept by the yankees. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. let's get to mary lee. happy monday. >> michelle and kenny, we're looking at a pleasant day with mild, daytime highs and here's a live look at our treasure island camera and temperatures running in the low
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50s at this hour. a cool start. as we head through the afternoon with your microclimate -- for the bay, mostly sunny, in the mid 60s and a warm day inland with highs in the mid 70s. we'll talk about what you can expect taking you through the workweek coming up. emily. we're seeing trouble spots so give yourself the extra time. let's start with 580/680. everything looks normal and lighter than normal. coming through the altamont pass, there's a high wind advisory in

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