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the morning news and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm mola le captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, may 89th, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." two students opened fire at a colorado stem school, killing one student and injuring at least eight others. what we're learning about one of the suspects. severe weather threat. 32 million americans are in the path of storms that could include damaging winds, hail, and tornadoes. and a decade in the red. "the new york times" reports president trump had more than a billion dollars in business losses from 1985 to 1994.
good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. a colorado student where two students opened fire killing a student and injuring at least eight others will be closed for the remainder of the week. stem school highlands ranch, a k through 12 charter school is just outside denver. it's less than ten miles from columbine high school. authorities have identified one of the shooters. the other has not been released. laura podesta is here in new york with what investigators are now doing to determine a motive for this. >> good morning, anne-marie. motive remains a big question al familr this a c just this week columbine mar
the 20th anniversary of students at a rec center after a deadly shooting at their suburban school yesterday. >> i want to see him. if he comes, i want him to see me. >> they were reunited shortly thereafter. this mom was texting with her daughter during the attack. >> it's a real lockdown, mom. there's a shooting. >> and then we also heard screaming and stuff like that. >> 18-year-old kendrick castilla was killed. >> the second shooter is still on the loose. >> authorities say two students opened fire on two classrooms. >> this is a terrible event. this is something no one wants to have happen in their community. >> officers arrived within two minutes. >> we struggled with the suspects and took them into
custody. they are in custody. >> they were set to graduate this week. >> with his help they were able to pin him to the ground. but because of that he got shot a lot more than everyone else. >> investigators searched one of suspects' homes yesterday evening as they tried to determine a motive. and yesterday's shooting took place exactly one week after a gunman killed two students and wounded four at the university of north carolina-charlotte. anne-marie. >> wow. laura podesta here in new york. thank you. 32 million americans are in the path of severe weather today. forecasters say more than a half dozen states could see an outbreak of storms that include damaging winds, hail, and tornado tornadoes. a twister touched down in western oklahoma overnight. the national weather service is expected to travel there today to assess the damage.
in parts of texas, flooding continuing to be a major problem after days of relentless rain. some schools outside houston had trouble taking students home because several buses got stuck in the high water. the house judiciary committee is expected to vote today on whether to hold attorney general william barr in contempt of congress. barr failed to comply with an unredacted copy of robert mueller's russia report to lawmakers. senate majority mitch mcconnell said yesterday it's time to move on. >> the special counsel's finding is clear. case closed. case closed. this ought to be good news for everyone. but my democratic colleagues seem to be working through the five stages of grief. first stage is denial. >> the justice department is now threatening to withhold mueller's unredacted report from
congress if house democrats decide to hold barr in contempt. a review shows trump lost over a billion dollars in less than a decade. it comes after a "new york times" investigation based on u i rs tax transcripts from 1985 to 1994. the "times" reports because he lost so much money, he did not pay income taxes for eight of the ten years. a lawyer for mr. trump told the "times" its statements about it are highly inaccurate. stockmarkets in asia were hit by another round of losses this morning amid new trade talks. on wall street stocks when into a freefall. the dow plummeted 473 points. the s&p 500 was down 48 point, and the nasdaq which hit an all-time high last week hit 159 points. trade talks resume tomorrow. president trump is threatening to more than double the tariffs
on chinese imports. the chinese are expected to retaliate with tariffs of their own, and that could hurt american farmers who already lost billions during last year's tariff fight. >> it will hurt our economy and china's economy, but i don't know how you get china to stop cheating unless somebody stands up to them. >> china's top negotiator will be in washington for the 11th round of trade talks. iran will partially withdraw from a land mark nuclear deal signed with six other nations in 2015. the decision was announced by iran's president this morning. it's in response to the u.s.'s withdrawal from the deal a year ago. the agreement was widely hailed as a major diplomatic victory for former president barack obama, but was criticized by president trump who said it was the worst deal ever. more protests are expected at the texas state capital today after newly surfaced cellphone video in the sandra bland case.
>> get out of the car now. >> why am i being apprehended? you're trying to gufb ive me a ticket for failure. you just opened my car door. you're threatening to drag me out of my own car. >> get out of the car. >> the video by bland reveals the moments before her arrest during her confrontational traffic stop in 2015. she was found hanging in her jail cell three days later. bland's family is calling for a new investigation. bland's case helped fuel the conversation about how minorities are treated by police. coming up on the "morning news," the rise in pregnancy-related deaths among women who are minorities. and changing stories. new details in the case of a missing texas girl. this is the "cbs morning news." missing texas girl. this is the "cbs morning news." don't take entresto if pregnant; it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby.
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we are expecting to see our first photos today of the new unnamed royal baby. the duchess of sussex meghan markle gave birth to a boy on monday, and we've all been waiting to get a glimpse of him and get his first name. yesterday prince william and kate congratulated prince harry and meghan. >> i'm very pleased. that will be fun today. >> among the betting favorites on the baby's names are alexander, james, arthur, albert, and some say spencer, the maiden name of charles' and harry's mother, the late princess diana. "the new york times" looks at a report that finds huge
racial disparities in pregnancy-related deaths. the cdc says african-american, native american and alaskan american are three times more likely to die from pregnancy than white women. researchers say 60% of all pregnancy-related deaths can be prevented with better health care and stable housing and transportation. "the wall street journal" reports the federal appeals court ruled that president trump's back to mexico asylum policy can stay in effect for the time being. it means the administration can continue to return central american migrants to mexico while their asylum requests in the u.s. are being decided in the courts. the rule has been handed down by the left leaning circuit court of appeals. the court has been a frequent target of mr. trump's complaints. it's not a final decision and the case could end up in the supreme court. the "houston chronicle" reports police in houston in a suburb there say a texas man who
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"usa today" reports a ninth dead whale has been found. in the san francisco bay area since march. the adult female great whale was found monday after washing ashore on ocean beach. authorities say it was hit by a ship. three previous whales died by ship strikes and four from malnutrition. biologists say some great whales are in poor condition during this year's annual migration to alaska. they suspect they're having trouble finding food as warming ocean conditions impact their food supply. and "time" reports the one-year anniversary of melania trump's campaign. she focuses on child well being, social media, and drug abuse. it will include all babies. it's not just babies dependent on opioids and other addictive
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country! comedian dave chappelle has been chosen to receive the year's mark twain prize for american humor. the kennedy center in washington says chappelle's social content and body of work, embody years twain's statements that against the assaults of humor nothing can stand. it also called him a hometown hero. chappelle was born in hometown washington and went to duke ellington's school of the arts. he received the award in october. on the "cbs moneywatch," why you may start paying more for tomatoes and some of the best and worst states for working moms. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchnge with that and more.
good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. let's take a look at the earnings. other notable reports scheduled for today include honda, wendy's, etsy, and roku. meanwhile consumers could soon see an increase in tomato prices. the concern follows the so-called tomato suspension agreement from mexico. this means the u.s. will impose a 17.5% tariff on imported mexican tomatoes. according to a study by arizona state university, consumers could pay 40% to 85% more for vine ripe and other fresh a new treatment for an infant muscle wasting disease is about to go on sale at a potential cost of $2 million, according to "the wall street journal," the gene therapy drug zolgemsma has the potential to cure spinal atrophy, a disease that kills babies between 2 and
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ things got dark in a hurry in one australian town. a massive dust storm covered the area yesterday. the time-lapsed video showed the storm quickly dimming the sky. it lingered for about an hour before moving on and the skies cleared. kentucky derby winner country house will not run in the second leg of the triple crown, the preakness. the horses trainer says country house starting coughing, and
blood work showed he had a virus. the horse was declared the winner on saturday's kentucky derby after the other horse was disqualified. the preakness will be held on may 18th. and can't get enough of kim kardashian? get ready for a two-hour documentary on the reality tv star. oxygen media has green lighted kardashian's efforts to free prisoners that she agrees were wrongly accused. she has helped free prisoners. it's called "kim kardashian: the justice project." le last year she helped president trump commute the sentence of alice marie johnson who served two decades for nonviolent offenses. >> and get ready to see more of marie osmond. cbs says she will replace sara gilbert on the hit daytime show "the talk." gilbert announced she was leaving the show last month. osmond has been a guest on the show. the other host sheryl underwood
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the national weather service is expected to travel today to assess the damage. georgia has joined a growing number of states that have made it illegal to have an abortion once a heartbeat is detected in the womb. georgia's law takes effect january 1st, but a court battle looms. mark strassmann has more. >> reporter: with one signature, georgia governor brian kemp finally established one of america's most restrictive abortion laws. >> we will not back down. we will always continue to fight for life. >> reporter: georgia's new law shreds the standard landmark set in 1973 the roe v. wade decision. the u.s. supreme court established a woman's right to an abortion until the fetus is viable outside the woman, up to 24 weeks in pregnancy. georgia's new standard, a fetal heartbeat roughly six weeks in before many women realize they're pregnant. state representative ed setzler, the bill's main sponsor. >> we've established the beating
heart is a living breathing person that gets full rights under georgia's law. >> reporter: furious critics include many in the state's dynamic moving making industry threatening a boycott. georgia became the sixth state to ban abortions after six weeks. courts struck down similar laws in iowa, north dakota, and kentucky. expect legal fights in ohio, mississippi, and georgia. >> i think it's a travesty. >> reporter: teresa tomlinson, an abortion rights advocate says georgia's law intentionally attacks roe v. wade. >> what is really going on here? >> they're trying to create division among the courts in our state system and federal court in order to get to the united states supreme court. >> with the goal of overturning roe v. wade. >> yes. >> reporter: the next battleground may be in neighboring alabama. some lawmakers want to go further and outride ban no exceptions and potentially a 99-year prison sentence for
doctors convicted of performing an abortion. mark strassmann, cbs news, atlanta. coming up on "cbs this morning" former fbi director james comey joins us for his first television interview since the release of the mueller report. plus olympic skier bode miller tells us about a series of new public service messages to save children from drowning that you will see first on "cbs this morning." and rupaul joins us in studio with his emmy-winning show, rupaul's drag race, and how it's shifted a larger cultural conversation. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
wednesday. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. >> let's get a check with mary lee. >> we're going to see sun as we head through the afternoon and temperatures will be warmer. starting off the day very similar to yesterday morning in the low to mid-50s. let's take you through the day. your microclimate forecast turning sunny. cool in the low 60s. for the bay mid-60s with mostly sunny skies, mild conditions. breezy, westerly winds, about 10 to 20 miles an hour. inland we'll warm up into the low 80s. tracking the weather system that could bring some showers. i'll time it out for you on futurecast coming up. >> we are tracking some slowdowns. it is awfulfully slow for this time of the morning if you're headed westbound. expect some delays. it is