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captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, may 16th, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." merit-based immigration. president trump is expected to announce a new plan today, but his overhaul won't target illegal immigration. confronting iran, the u.s. bui builds its case against iran. and a crash landing in new york city's hudson river. what caused a helicopter to stop
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from sinking after it went down. 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. president trump is expected to propose sweeping new changes to the legal immigration system. they focus on beefing up border security and rethinking the green card system to favor highly skilled immigrants. marc liverman is here in new york with why the president faces an uphill battle with congress. good morning. >> good morning. this hasn't been fully embraced by president trump's own party let alone democrats. they're hoping to hear more details on the president's plan. speaking of the peace officers' memorial service, president trump talks on congressional action on illegal immigration. >> not one more life should be lost because our lawmakers failed to secure our borders.
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>> today at the white house he'll lay out a new plan, one that overhauls legal immigration. >> i don't think most countries are giving us their finest. >> this proposa is spearhe jared kushner nt's s immigration hard liner stephen miller. it includes merit-based approach. more green cards would go to those with high-level skills, degree, and job offers. young people and english speakers would also have an advantage. family ties carry less weight, and it eliminates the diversity visa lottery. >> the plan faces an uphill batt battle, and it's unlikely to receive much democratic support. >> donald trump is clearly more interested in creating a political mess to amplify his own electoral agenda as opposed to trying to solve our broken
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immigration system. >> the president's proposal does nothing to help daca recipients and calls for more border wall construction. and the president will deliver his address from the white house rose garden this afternoon. anne-marie? >> all right. marc liverman, thank you very much. white house leaders will continue with concerns on issues with iran. he tweeted i em sure iran will want to talk soon and he talked on reports of infighting as fake news. david martin reports. >> reporter: they're moving rockets within range of u.s. outposts. the state department ordered nonessential personnel at the u.s. embassy in baghdad to leave. the orders also applies to diplomats at the u.s. consulate. this threat is real, a senior
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officer told reporters. al though it was said it's no worse than it's ever been. >> there's been no threat from iranian-backed forces in iraq and syria. >> that left democrats on the senate foreign relations committee demanding to see the intelligence which so far has been closely held. >> i've never seen an administration that's been less forthcoming than the trump administration. it's pretty outrageous. >> but republican mitt romney says he has been briefed on the intelligence. >> iran may be considering some kind of activity. >> they say they have pictures of short-range missiles operating in and out of the port of chab a har as if they were ready for deployment and dangers
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outside the persianattatacks. david martin, cbsbs news, pentagon. flights have been canceled between u.s. and venezuela indeafnyly. the move is based on increased tensions in venezuela. meanwhile they've traveled to norway for talks on resolving the ongoing political rye sis there. alabama's governor has signed the bill. doctors who perform abons could face up to 99 years in prison. six states have passed bills have banned abortions after six weeks. 11 introduced similar bans just this year. the aclu says it plans to file a lawsuit in federal court.
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>> it violates the constitution. it interferes and is an unrestrict unrestricted rule on what a woman can do with her own body. >> alabama says it stands to its testament that every life is precious. a pilot survived a terrifying helicopter crash in new york city's hudson river. video shows it spinning out of control. it was moving it from the field to the airport when something went wrong. >> it was amazing. >> yellow pontoons on the bottom of the chopper kept it from sinking after it went down. the pilot escaped with only minor injuries. no one else was onboard and the cause is under investigation.
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mayor bilssced trips in the primary state. he will hold events in iowa tomorrow before traveling to south carolina on saturday. de blasio says he will announce this week whether he will run. there are currently 23 candidates seeking the democratic nomination for president. and investigators in california say power lines owned caused the deadliest fire. the camp fire killed 85 people and destroyed an entire town in paradise and other communities. there are no details how power lines started the fire. coming up on the "morning news" now, police raid the offices of the dallas catholic diocese in a sex abuse investigation. and found alive. a toddler who vanished in the
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that was great! happy birthday to the eiffel tower. paris put on an elaborate laser show last night to celebrate the monument's 130th birthday. the tower was designed for the 1889 world's fair. at the time it was the world's tallest monument. about 6 million people go up the tower every year. a toddler missing in kentucky for days has been found safe, and a raid on the catholic diocese of dallas. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the dallas morning news" reports police raided dallas catholic diocese after officials p said church officials blocked investigation efforts by police.
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yesterday investigators took documents and such from the offices. investigators say the diocese had turned over incomplete records and made it nearly impossible for police to look into sexual abuse claims. one woman said she was abused by a houston priest as a toddler. his name is on a list of priests credibly accused of abuse. >> very intimidating. very scary. shameful. you don't know if anybody's going to believe you because you tried. it's very emotional. >> the diocese says it continues to cooperate with authorities. "usa today" says tripadvisor introduced a safety filter making it easier for users to find out which hotels and resorts have been cited for employee sex crimes. users will now be able to click through a filter on each property to see if there are any reviews with safety warnings eninvolved rapes, robberies, or people being drugged. the new safety measures come after an investigation by the
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"detroitree press" revealed a cover them up.exual assaults in the "washington post" reports on president trump pardoning a long-time friend who wrote a book about him. conrad black. he served more than three years in prison. he was barred from returning to the u.s. for 30 years. the book black wrote about the president. the book was "donald j. trump: a president like no other." he also frequently writes columns praising mr. trump. "the new york times" reports on a website thatasks for people to share their stories of social media censorship and contact information. the white house tweeted yesterday that the trump administration is fighting for free speech online.
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the tweet says no matter your views, if you suspect political bay yas has caused you to be sensored or silenced online, he wants to hear about it. "herald-leader" says a kentucky toddler was found three days after he disappeared. police say 22-year-old kenneth howard slipped out the back door of his home sunday while his father was sitting onnen the front porch. the boy was found yesterday about a mile away on a cliff near a 50-foot trop. rescuers heard the boy call out. rescuers say they kept thinking about the toddler being out there all by himself. >> i was froze to death and wet, and every time i'd think i was cold, i'd think about that baby and then about start crying. i don't know. i just didn't want to give up on him. >> the boy was treated for dr but was said to be in remarkably good condition. still to come, it might be a question for sheldon. fans say good-bye to "the big bang theory" tonight, but there's a mystery as to who will
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♪ k-pop sensation bps debuted appearing on the michael cek ak colbert show last night. to mark the event the boys paid homage to the theater. the ed sullivan theater is where the show was recorded and it was transformed to look like it did in 1964 when they took to the very same stage for the television debut. this year bts racked up three albums in 11 months. they've been busy. on the "cbs moneywatch," tacking robocalls, and "the big bang theory" tackles streaming rights. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, aen marie. retailer walmart and nvidia. there are others. stocks closed higher idea on news the trump administration is
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planning to delay auto tariffs by up to six months. the dow rose 115 partnerships, the s&p 500 added 16 points, and the nasdaq gained 87 opponents. president trump has issued an executive order regarding huawei. the order declares a national economic emergency. it does not name specific countries or companies. this allows the u.s. government to ban technology and services of, quote, foreign adversaries deemed to pose unacceptable risks to national security. those risks include crimes like cyber espionage and sabotage. the department of commerce has 150 days to come up with regulations. new measures by u.s. regulators could help put an end to robocalls.nt on whether to let wireless carriers block scam calls by default. right now they have to request tools from their carriers or download apps to help weed out unwanted calls.
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according to call blocker umail has ridden from 5 billion a month to 27 billion. hershey's milk chocolate bar will get its first redesign in 125 years and feature emojis. it will feature the top emojis in six different packages designs. they include thumbs-up, go, faces with wings, heart eyes, and poop emojis. it will be available this summer. and tonight after 279 episodes "the big bang theory" is coming to an end. the big question now, who will get the streaming rights. feature reruns of "the big bang theory" on a streaming service later this year. there could be considerable outside interest given the show's popularity including hulu, netflix, and amazon. but at&t, disney, and comcast
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are set to launch their own streaming in the next year. here's the thing about it. a lot of streaming companies have their own programming but consistently the most popular shows to be streamed are shows that were on tv that are really just being rerun. people like what they like, you know? >> right, exactly. you think about things like a throwback, you think about "friends." >> totally. >> people flock to see that one. >> "the big bang theory" is probably going to do really well on streaming. >> i'd like to see that. >> diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thank you, diane. >> you've got it. stars from "the big bang theory," kaley cuoco and johnny galecki, join us on "cbs this morning" to talk about tonight's series finale. but up next, dancing away his troubles, mick jaeger of thp form a month after having heart surgery. lysol max cover kills 99.9% of bacteria, even on soft surfaces.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. rolling stones' front man mick jagger proves he's still got the moves. just a few weeks ago he had to cancel a series of tour dates with the band to undergo heart surgery, but yesterday the 75-year-old great grand father shared this video with more than 2 million twitter followers. he and the band now prepared to resume their "no filter" tour. and a new york city hotel lets visitors step back into time. the twa hotel opened up yesterday. the landmark twa terminal, which
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e signs at our top stories this morning, president trump plans to announce sweeping new changes to the legal immigration system today. they focus on beefing up border security and rethinking the green card system to favor highly skilled immigrants. the plan is expected to face an uphill battle in congress. and this morning iran's foreign minister says his country is committed to an international nuclear deal but that the escalating u.s. sanctions are unacceptable. the remarks come amid growing tensions in the mid east.
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there have been allegations of sabotage attacks on oil tangers and the dispatch of a u.s. carier to the region. boeing 737 max will not fly again until the government is that's the message that the acting head of the faa delivered to congress. max jets were grounded worldwide after two fatal crashes. nancy cordes reports from capitol hill. >>he faa has a cr problem. >> reporter: federal aviation officials defended their agency against accusations that they allowed boeing >> what were the steps the faa took in reviewing the mcas system and the accompanying training? >> i can assure you that the mcas system was examined and certified. >> reporter: investigators say it was connected to two crashes, one in indonesia last october and another in ethiopia in march, killing a total of 346 people and grounding the 737 max worldwide.
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>> once we are absolutely convinced of the safety return to service, then we'll do it. >> reporter: this 24-year-old pshkilled in ethiopia. the required analysis and investigation by august. >> you don't think this plane should be back in the air any time soon. >> no, because we don't have any information about it. >> reporter: cbs news received awe owe from pilots complaining last year that they weren't informed about the jet's new system. >> somebody at the corporate level made the decision, people who fly the airplanes for us. >> reporter: boeing sources tell us they believe a bird strike sparked the chain of events that brought down the ethiopian jet, but ethiopian investigators have said there's no evidence that a sensor was damaged by a foreign object. nancy cordes, cbs news, capitol hill. well, coming up on "cbs this
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morning," a preview of "48 hours." erin moriarty tells us about the murder case of a young teacher that has multiple leads but no arrests. plus, alls tiger woods as the world's top golfers meet at baethpage black meet to compete in the pga championship. and the stars of "the big bang theory" kaley cuoco and johnny galecki join us in the studio as they have their series finale tonight. that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. series -- captions by vitac -- -- captions by vitac --
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now at 4:30, taking a live look from the tallest building in the bay area. looking at the city of san francisco. you are waking up to some more rain this morning. it is thursday, may 16th.
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good morning. i'm kenny choi. griego. we want to head over to hear about the windy conditions. >> that's right. we're tracking the winds and also scattered showers this morning. and brief, heavy downpours. a wet start to the day in spots. cool, unsettled weather will continue for us. and you can see the location, getting that wet start. let's zoom in here, and you can see a strong cell. near mill valley and kent field. right around 101. you can see showers stretching from moderate to heavy rainfall, right over kirt ner over milipitas. along 680 and 880, as well as about to approach into sunnyvale and san jose. scattered morning showers. brieeais morning, with the strong cells. will continue with scattered showers, sun breaks, even an isolated thunderstorm this afternoon. just that unsettled weather
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