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from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm david begnau. hope the moms had a great mother's day. captioning funded by cbs it's monday, may 13th, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." footing the bill. the white house now admits american consumers and businesses will pay the tariffs the u.s. imposed on china as we wait to hear how china plans to retaliate. an emergency landing in myanmar. how a skilled pilot saved the day after the plane's front wheels wouldn't deploy. dnped.
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the disturbing evidence allegedly found in his apartment. 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. china is expected to announce as early as today how it will retaliate against the latest round of tariffs imposed by the u.s. last week. president trump tweeted over the weekend saying, we are right where we want to be with china. mr. trump is also threatening to impose taxes on the remaining chinese imports after already raising tariffs on friday. hilary lane is here in new york with how this will impact consumers and businesses. good morning. thieic ae tradwar wihina. those comments directly contradict what the president has been saying.
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the white house's top economic adviser expects china to retaliate after the u.s. raised tariffs last week. >> yeah, i reckon they will. we'll see what they come up with. >> on friday p raised tariffs 25% on 10% on 0 $200 billion of chinese goods. he also began the process of ordering additional tariffs on remaining imports of $300 billion. >> both sides will pay. >> larry kudlow acknowledged on sunday the u.s. consumers will foot the bill. >> yes, to some extent. i don't disagree with that. both sides will suffer on this. >> that's counter to what president trump initially claimed. >> they'll be paid for largely by china. >> tariffs are actually a tax paid by u.s. companies that import goods from china. the cost is then often passed on to consumers. some analysts say the hike could cost the american economy $62 billion by next year, an extra $500 to $800 per family.
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>> it's a tax on the american consumer. >> henry paulson, former treasury secretary for george w. bush, says the escalation is a missed opportunity for both countries. >> they clearly want a deal and need a deal as does the u.s. no one wins a trade war. >> president trump and his chinese counterpart xi jinping are expected to meet at the g20 summit in june. both sides say talks will continue. china says that will happen in bay shung, although u.s. officials say nothing is planned as of now. anne-marie. >> hilary lane in new york. thank you, hilary. more than 7 million people are feeling the impact of severe weather ravaging the south. flood warnings are issued in more than half a dozen states. both louisiana state and mississippi are under states of emergency. a tornado touched down in virginia over the weekend. several businesses and homes reported damage. severe thunderstorms also downed trees and damaged buildings in alabama and florida.
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in stone county, mississippi, flash floods trapped more than a dozen people in an r.v. park. >> the water was going down and all of a sudden it rose and overtook the park. there was nothing more we could do. we all evacuated and got out. >> i lost everything. >> flash flooding in new orleans led to more than 200 calls to forecasters say more than 500 inches of rain fell between saturday night and sunday morning. and a pilot is being credited for saving lives. he landed his plane only on rear wheels after the front landing gears failed. it was hended from yangon to myanmar yesterday. everyone onboard survived. roxana saberi has the dramatic landing. >> reporter: in this video posted online, the mean mall national airplane lands on its
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rear wheels, but then its nose touches down setting sparks for several seconds until the jet skids to a stop. from inside, smoke rises underneath the passengers' seats who appear anxious for the order to evacuate. when it comes to a stop, they scramble to safety. amazingly all passengers and crew members made it out with any injuries. some even walked away smiling. the airline is praising the pilot. p it had taken off from yangon, myanmar's biggest stirks and was hending to mandalay when the landing gear malfunctioned. the pilot circled twice to check with air traffic control to see if the wheels lands. they didn't. this incident comes one week after a russian plane made an emergency landing in moscow. russian media say that plane landed with full fuel tanks. it erupted in flames, killing at
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least 41 people. roxana saberi, cbs news, london. back home, the texas stepfather arrested in connection with the disappearance of a 4-year-old texas girl is expected in court today and more details have emerged in the case. david begnaud reports. >> they did see the defendant leave later with only his 2-year-old son. >> reporter: that is darion vence in the black sweatshirt appearing in court to be charged with tampering with evidence. vence is the first to report the disappearance of maleah last saturday. he's what he claims, that three hispanic men attacked him, maleah, and his 2-year-old son while he was pulled over on the side of the road checking on a tire. he says the suspects stole maleah and the car. her then reported her missing and the police started looking for her. her mother brittany bowens
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pleaded for her safe return. investigators say vence's story kept changing and then fell apart.ri foundod evidence insid parliament that was linked to the blood of maleah. video shows her steps behind her stepfather, but she was never seen coming out. vence and her son were seen leaving the apartment. he was carried a lapp drink basket, a trash bag, and a bottle of bleach. on friday a spokesperson spoke with maleah's mother. >> he told her he was cleaning up the apartment, and she didn't understand why he would be cleaning up the apartment. >> that was david begnaud reporting. actress felicity huffman is
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planning to plead guilty today. huffman reached a plea agreement with prosecutors last month. she has apologized for her actions. huffman is one of more than a dozen parents who have agreed to plead guilty in connection with varsity blues. dozens of wealthy parents allegedly paid bribes to boost their kids' chances of getting into prestigious colleges. saudi officials say two saudi oil tankers were targeteds in a sabotage effort. one of the tankers was on its way to take oil to the u.s. tensions have arisen amid the deployment of military say seaso the middle east. a north korean cargo ship seized by the u.s. because of suspicion that it was used to violate international sanctions is undergoing investigation.
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justweek, they seized the ship after north korea fired two short-range missiles. they responded by saying the u.s. is trying to tarnish north korea and does not want improved relations. coming up on the "morning news" now, a stabbing attack on an appalachian trail leaves one dead and another injured. and the next measles outbreak. a new study predicts which cities are most at risk. this is the "cbs morning news." 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 develop or worsen, or if you've had a vaccine or plan to. serious allergic reactions may occur. how sexy are these elbows? ask your dermatologist about cosentyx.
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nominations and best actress in a tv drama. there's a warning about where the next measles outbreak will happen next, and a deadly attack on the appalachian trail. those are some of the med linhe this morning. there was a deadly knife attack on a trail in virginia. officials say a man was killed and a woman severely injured in the attack on saturday. james jordan is in custody and has been charged with murder. he was known on the trail for bothering people in the past. hikers are shocked by the attack. >> we push ourselves to the limit and then you have people that come t do thi and that's a very sad factor. there's a unity. there's a commodity. >> investigators found a 20-inch knife on the trail near the victim who was killed. this is high season for hikers traveling the famous trail that stretches from georgia to maine.
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britain's "independent" says a prominent journalist and female officialsay she was gunned down on her way to work. the attackers got away. mangal served as an adviser in the afghan parliament. she was an outspoken advocate for women's rights and education and work. just days earlier she expressed concerns about her life being in danger. "new york times" looks at a new study trying to predict the next measles outbreak. they found chicago is likeliest to have an outbreak followed by the los angeles and miami areas. doctors in high-risk places are bracing themselves. >> it's concerning. you know, as a pediatrician, you know, i get asked about it every day, and i really hope that the tide turns on vaccination rates.
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>> t cdc says nationwide there are 764 confirmed measles cases in 23 states. that's the most since 1994. the "los angeles times" reports pot smuggling arrests in los angeles at the international airport there have surged 166% since marijuana legalization a year ago. the main reason is a huge oversupply of marijuana in california and lighter punishment when people get caught. it's estimated that 80% of pot grown in california is shiched out of state. police say there's been a spike in people caught with small amounts for personal use as well as passengers with checked bags stuffed full of pot. and wisconsin's journal sent knell reports milwaukee bucks fans got sick at an nba arena after drinking the mule cocktail. they were served from inside a
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white tent with an absolut vodka sign. a bucks spokesman said it did not reveal any foreign substances but they're sending the drink to an independent lab for testing. still to come, the organizers of the 50th woodstock festival go to court to try to save the event. th woodstock festival go to court to try to save the event.
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♪ prince harry and meghan markle released a photo of their newborn son's feet on instagram to mark the duchess of sussex's first mother's day as a new mom. along with the picture there was a message which reads in part, paying tribute to all mothers today, past, present, mothers to be-, those lost but forever remembered. flowers in the background are meant as a tribute to the late princess diana. on the "cbs moneywatch" now, the impact of a helium shortage is spreading, and the latest legal battle for a woodstock festival. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane.
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>> good morning, anne-marie. let's talk markets first. stocks in asia were mostly lowered after trade talks on friday ended without a deal. after a brutal friday, the dow closed up 114 points, the s&p 500 added 10 points, and the nasdaq added 6 points. uber's trading went up. the rideshare company remains in an intense pricing battle with lyft. meanwhile the ripple effect of a global helium shortage could have more serious consequences than just balloons. helium is used in deep sae diving, airbags, cryogenics, roth fuels, and mri machines. it's also used in tech that includes fiberoptics and semiconductors. a it would close 45 stores this year. a hearing is scheduled at the new york supreme court for today between woodstock 50 and
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its former investors. woodstock 50 claims more than $70 million was illegally taken by chief investor dentsu, draining the festival bank account. the japanese marketing firm pulled out of the deal last month. woodstock 50 says they engaged in a, quote, despicable plot to destroy the festival. dentsu denies the accusation. and disney and marvel's movie "endgame" assembled a win again at the box office over the weekend. >> i was hoping to pill off one last one. >> "endgame" brought in $63 mill. total domestic growth is $723 million, surpassing the two biggest movies of 2018, "black panthers, dwtsz and "avengers condition infinity war." meantime "pokeman detective pikachu" had a solid opening week coming in second.
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"the hustle" finished third with an estimate $13 million. anne-marie. >> diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much. >> you've got it. still to come, the latest stop on her book tour. michelle obama sits down with gayle wing with some inspiring words for young people. ring words for young people.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. former first lady michelle obama wrapped up a national book tour on her best selling book "becoming." cbs's gayle king moderated the event in atlanta. mrs. obama spoke out about the ne need to empower today's youth.
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>> that's why it's important for young people to see themselves. if you see somebody you know doing it, you can think, yeah, i can reach there. >> the 33-leg tour wrapped up in nashville yesterday. coming up on "cbs this morning," tony award-winning nominee jeff daniels of "to kill a mockingbird" joins us in the studio. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." our top story this morning, mockingbird" joins us in the studio. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." empties the roomba bin for you. so dirt is off your hands. if it's not from irobot, it's not a roomba. georgand a busy day ahead. george has entresto, a heart failure pill that helped keep people alive and out of the hospital. don't take entresto if pregnant; it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren, or if you've had angioedema with an ace or arb. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high blood potassium. ask your doctor about entresto. ♪ the beat goes on that was great!
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includes the polarizing symbolism, but changes may be ahead from a surprising source. mark strassmann reports. >> reporter: they still fly the official banner here since 1894. >> that's a horrible logo. we need a national symbol that's evocative, not provideographer active. >> reporter: she designed an alternative in 2014 that she says applies to all citizens. >> it's grassroots and also positive. >> her grand father was also provocati provocative. he's repeatedly voted against civilian rights and voting rights acts in the 1960s. >> he evolved over the course of his lifetime, but we have to authentically take in the whole d in a that harmed many
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mississippians. >> but today the stenis flag is a hit. more fly it than the state flag. cheryl washington bought one. she told us she'd never buy the state's current flag. >> it represents a negative part of history for me and my people. >> reporter: at a complete flag source, the stenis outsells the state's official flag 4-1. jim macintyre is the owner. >> i don't find a problem with it. some do, and some of the problem that people find with it i feel is legitimate and some is not legitimate. >> reporter: the last failed attempt to change mississippi's flag was 2000, a current bill to make ts thtenis the official on still looking for bipartisan
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support. >> what do you think your grandfather would think? >> i think he would love it. >> a new flag from a granddaughter. coming up on "cbs this morning," last night "60 minutes" went inside one of the most sweeping investigations every on the price of generic drugs. we'll talk with a prosecutor on the alleged price fixes of the industry. plus we go behind the scenes of an international spy museum which opens to the public this week. and tony award winner jeff daniels joins us in the studio from "to kill a mockingbird." that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday morning. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix5 news. now at 4:30, taking a live look from our exclusive salesforce tower camera, it is cloudy out there, we are starting off the workweek some mild but big changes ahead.
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it is monday, may 13th. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego. let's get to mary lee with a look at some of those changes. >> good morning. we are starting off the day with clouds and fog. we will have sunshine this afternoon. today will likely be the better day out of the week because we are talking about a cooldown and rain chances in the forecast as we head through the week and i'll talk about this in just a moment. a live look our treasure island camera. temperatures are on the cool side. check out santa rosa, 47 degrees. other locations in the low to mid-50s at this hour. so here's what you can expect. low clouds this morning, patchy fog. as we head through the afternoon plenty of sunshine, mild daytime highs. but a cooldown is on the way so the temperatures will be dropping and also rain chances in the forecast as we are tracking a strong weather system to push in, especially strong for the month of may. we will talk about that coming up and time it out on futurecast in just a few minutes. good morning here at 4:30 certainly starting to see the


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