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that is the "overnight news" for this tuesday. for some of ye of you the news continues. for others check back a little lar foorng it's tuesday, may 28th, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." a tornado outbreak in ohio as dangerous storms blast through parts of the u.s. and the threat for severe weather isn't over yet. a stabbing spree at a japanese bus stop leaves at least two dead, including a schoolgirl. the chilling words the suspect reportedly yelled before the e violent rampage. plus a deadly decent, a colorado man is the 11th person to die on mount everest just this year. good morning, from the
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studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york, good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. overnight an outbreak of tornados hit western ohio causing so much damage that officials are using snowplows to remove the debris. a large and dangerous tornado hit northwest of dayton last night damaging homes, schools, and interstates. a twister also caused destruction in salina where police are asking people to avoid coming into the city. a reporter with our cbs affiliate in dayton says virtually an entire neighborhood was destroyed in salina. fire officials are going door to door to help people who may be trapped in their homes, and shelters have been set up. at least seven people are hurt, and this is just the late nessta series of storms that have edhe ominous clouds unleashed a pounding hailstorm near chicago. it brought down power lines and this gas station canopy in wh i.
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the canopy stopped moving he got out of the driver side and walked into the gas station, so he got very lucky. >> reporter: sirens warned of a tornado on the northern illinois/indiana border, and a second tornado touched down in iowa. in the past week, at least 15 people have been killed by tornados and flooding across the nation's midsection. rivers are rising to near record levels, threatening homes and businesses in arkansas, oklahoma, kansas, and missouri. the mayor of tulsa, oklahoma is urging residents who live near a tulsa county levee along the arkansas river to evacuate now. >> folks that live along the arkansas river corridor that have property along the arkansas river corridor need to be preparing for the worst and hoping for the best. >> reporter: downstream near fort smith, arkansas, the river has reached historic levels, and it's not expected to crest until wednesday, 20 feet above flood stage.
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over the weekend, an ef 3 tornado packing winds up to 165 miles per hour cut through el reno, oklahoma, killing t injuring more than 25. >> just unbelievable that, you know, that a tornado could do this type of damage. it doesn't do it justice when you see it on tv, i mean, it's just unbelievable anybody could survive. >> reporter: there are more severe storms in the forecast for later this week, omar villafranca cbs news, el reno, oklahoma. severe thunderstorms will remain a threat in the plains and midwest through tomorrow. meteorologist sarah wroblewski of our boston station wbz has the forecast. >> another active day setting up across parts of the plains as the jet stream not budging leading to cooler than average conditions across the west and the heat to build across the southeast. we'll watch this upper low injecting energy into developing storms through the plains and midwest on tuesday. we'll also watch for record heat
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across parts of the carolinas to the gulf coast. looking at the severe weather outlook, an enhanced risk meaning scattered storms from oklahoma to iowa but also for parts of ohio and pennsylvania. the main threats being large hail, damaging wind gusts, may even see some scattered tornados and even a tornado or two across parts of the northeast on tuesday. most of the activity will get going as we get into the afternoon and evening hours, still watching for mountain showers of snow and rain out through parts of the west, but the severe weather threat remains for parts of the midwest as well as through the ohio valley, rain across parts of the northeast will lead to cooler than average conditions. taking a look at the temperatures, a drop expected for parts of new england as well as the northern tier states, but the heat builds across the southeast with highs in the 90s, close to 100 degrees. we're watching for that heat wave to continue over the next couple of days. i'm meteorologist sarah wroblewski, cbs news. overseas now where a knife wielding man attacked a group of school girls waiting for a bus.
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in japan at least two people were killed and 16 injured. it happened early this morning in the city of kawasaki outside of tokyo. the man had a knife in each hand and started screaming i will kill you before slashing the girls. the dead include an 11-year-old girl and a man believed to be the father of one of the children. president trump offered his sympathy before leaving japan. >> all americans stand with the people of japan and grieve for the victims and for their families. >> the suspect died after reportedly cutting himself in the neck. police say his identity and motive are unknown. president trump has wrapped up his four-day state visit to japan. he's scheduled to return to the white house this afternoon. earlier today, the president greeted u.s. service members aboard a navy ship docked in japan. the president tweeted his appearance aboard the u.s.s. wasp as a memorial day event. laura podesta is here in new york with more on how his visit
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went. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie, during talks with prime minister shinzo abe president trump said it became clear that the u.s./japanese alliance has never been stronger, but it's apparent that no concrete deals were struck during mr. trump's visit to the island nation, at least not on trade or even security. for example, japan wants the u.s. to do more to stop missile tests out of nearby north korea, but president trump's approach to kim jong-un is wait and see. >> president trump spent his final hours in japan visiting troops stationed at a naval base south of tokyo. >> i want to start by saying happy memorial day. happy memorial day. >> the base is jointly operated by the u.s. and japan. >> this is the only port in the world where an american naval fleet and an allied naval fleet are headquartered side by side. >> reporter: at a stop aboard a japanese destroyer mr. trump touted the strength of the u.s.
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alliance with japan. he also led a rally on the u.s. side of the base attended by nearly a thousand members of the armed forces. earlier in the day, though, the president broke with japanese prime minister shinzo abe. abe expressed concern over recent missile tests by north korea. president trump seemed less worried. >> all i know is that there have been no nuclear tests. there have been no ballistic missiles going out. there have been no long-range missiles going out, and i think that someday we'll have a deal. >> reporter: while the trip to japan produced no breakthroughs on trade or national security, it did allow the president to spend several c.s ally. prime minister abe said he wille between the u.s. and iran as tensions escalate. on iran, president trump said he thinks iran would also like to make a deal in regards to ending its nuclear program, but a
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spokesperson for iran's foreign ministry has already pushed back on that comment saying they see no prospects of negotiations with the u.s. anne-marie. >> laura podesta in new york, thank you, laura. a colorado climber died shortly after reaching the top of mount everest. 62-year-old christopher kulish, an attorney in boulder is the 11th person to died. kulish died at a camp below the summit during his descent. the cause of his death is unknown. eleanor net has summited everest four times and says a record number of climbers brings the risk of dangerous overclimbing. >> you're using up a limited amount of supplemental oxygen to help you survive. and secondly you're getting weaker by the minute. the crowds certainly are a t mouthre las week. most are believed to have
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suffered from altitude sickness. the measles outbreak in the u.s. is getting worse. there are now a total of 940 confirmed cases this year. the cdc reported 60 new measles cases just last week across 26 states. it is the highest number since 1994, public health authorities have blamed the increase on the circulation of misinformation about vaccines. a 13-year-old has died and 14 others hurt after a section of stage collapsed at a theater in eastern china. it happened during a dances competition for teenagers. dozens were performing on stage at the time. rescuers found a girl stuck underneath the collapsed stage after more than 20 minutes firefighters managed to pull the girl to safety. the cause of the accident is under investigation. coming up on the "morning news," we remember a major league all star whose career was overshadowed by a famous error. and abortion battle, the latest state to soon pass a ban on abortions. this is the cbs morning news.
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a touching memorial day photo, sully the service dog for the late president george h.w. bush was at mr. bush's world war ii memorial in washington. mr. bush was a u.s. navy pilot during the war and earned the his service.d flying cross for the memorial and the photo bears the name of mr. bush's son, former president george w. bush who was president wn it was dedicated in 2004. another state is ready to pass an abortion ban and a red sox player who's remembered for a famous mistake has died. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. cbs boston station wbz reports on the death of former red sox player bill buckner. buckner died yesterday after a long battle with dementia. despite a stellar career, he's best remembered for one play in the 1986 world series. in game six buckner let a ground ball roll through his legs for
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an error allowing the new york mets to win the game. the mets went on to win game seven and take the series. >> unfortunately he went through a lot of bad times because of that one play, that is really unfair to him. >> boston fans' reaction to the error forced buckner and his family to move from massachusetts, but the fans eventually forgave buckner and welcomed him back to boston. during a 22-year career with several teams buckner collected more than 2,700 hits, won a batting title and was an all star. bill buckner was 69. "the washington post" reports another red state could soon pass an abortion ban, but this time it would be a democratic governor signing it into law. the louisiana legislature is set to vote today on a six-week fetal heartbeat abortion ban. if it passes, democrat john bel edwards has pledged to sign it into law. he says his views come from being catholic. his opposition to abortion is deeply personal, when his wife was 20 weeks pregnant a doctor
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told them their daughter had spina bifida and encouraged an abortion. they refuse skd and their daugh got married in 2015. california senator dianne feinstein renewed her call for races to be suspended at the santa anita racetrack. 26 horses have died at the track since december 26th including three in the last nine days. feinstein said there needs to be thorough investigation of practices and conditions at the track before any more races are held. a state investigation is already underway, but if i recalls soff reason for the increase in horse deaths may never be known. the "new york times" says an albino pda china for the very first time. the all white panda was photographed with an infrared camera in a nature reserve forest in april. it's estimated to be 1 or 2 years old. the panda's appearance is caused by a rare genetically inherited condition. it results in white hair or pale skin and reddish eyes. government officials say the
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on the cbs money watch, the high cost of workplace burnout. and a chinese telecom giant is accusing fedex of diverting packages. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. well, it could be another turbulent week for markets as investors monitor trade negotiations between the u.s. and china. now stocks closed higher last friday but the dow logged its longest weekly losing streak since 2011. now on friday the dow did rise 95 points. the s&p 500 gained three, and the nasdaq added eight points. huawei is reviewing its relationship with fedex. the chinese telecom's equipment maker told reuters fedex diverted two packages from japan and addressed to a huawei -- and excuse me, and addressed to huawei in china to the u.s. huawei also says fedex attempted to divert two more packages sent
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from vietnam to huawei. offices in asia all without authorization. huawei said the packages contained documents not technology. fedex says the packages were misroute instead error. the world health organization says burnout is making us worse at our jobs. burnout has three components, feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion, increased mental distance from one's job, and reduced professional efficacy. the findings come on the heels of a new study that suggests doctors are burning out costing the u.s. health care system $4.6 billion a year. and two food holidays collide today, it's national burger day and national brisket day. offers.com surveyed 1,200 consumers to find out their favorite spot to grab a burger. five guys was the top pick with 28%. it was followed by in and out and wendy's with 17% each. mcdonald's was next with 15%, and rounding out the top five burger king at 14%.
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anne-marie. >> and now i'm hungry. diane king hall, thank you so much. >> you got it. >> all right, diane, you're at the new york stock exchange. still to come, his winning streak continues. the defending champion on jeopardy wins a huge haul, almost beating his own one-day record. explore the finest cocoa roasted blended and shaped to perfection revealing layers of rich flavor and aromas lindt excellence dark chocolate from the lindt master chocolatiers go to the pharmacy counter for powerful... congestion and pressure? claritin-d. while the leading allergy spray is indicated for 6 symptoms... claritin-d is indicated for 8... including sinus congestion and pressure. claritin-d. get more.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. well, make it 28 straight jeopardy wins for james hol holzhauer, the professional sports gamblers won on yesterday's show, just shy of his one-day record. so far holzhauer has won alm.2 . the all-time jeopardy champ yio
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is ken jennings who won more than $2.5 million during his 74-winning streak in 2004. the bostonav a one-game to nothing lead in the stanley cup finals against the st. louis blues. >> bounced high, marchandmp net the bruin's 4-2 victory last night in boston want the blues had jumped out to a 2-0 lead, but the bruins tied it with back to back goals in the second period. the next game is tomorrow in boston. kristin waldby's heart was racing as she crossed the finish line at the buffalo marathon, but her boyfriend's heart was pounding even more. little did she know that he had a surprise in store getting down on one knee and proposing to her at the end of her run yesterday. andrew torres says the timing was right. >> i think that she loves running almost as much as she loves me, so i wanted to really add to the happiness of her finally finishing the half
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mucinex 12 hour. our top story this morning, tornados barrelled through western ohio overnight. the national weather service confirmed a large and dangerous tornado hit outside of dayton. widespread damage was reported to homes and schools, and some 5 million people were without power this morning. there is a special relationship between wounded warriors and their service dogs. now researchers are trying to determine the science behind that bond. dean reynolds is in orlando with more. >> reporter: to say retired army staff sergeant carlos cruz depends heavily on his service dog hannah is an understatement. >> have you found yourself in
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positions with hannah where you say to yourself, thank god she's with me? >> every day. >> reporter: cruz was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after returning from service in northern afghanistan where he hunted for enemy explosive devices. he acquired hannah in january of last year and has been grateful ever since. >> what is that that the dog gives you? >> a sense of security. >> hey, how you doing? >> it's amazing what she does for me. it's amazing. i don't even know how she knows half the time. but most of it's like it's an unspoken, unspoken language i guess you can say. >> reporter: it may be more than that. part of an unprecedented study, cruz collected his saliva three times a day for three straight days to test his stress hormones. he also dons a wristband to track vital signs hannah may actually be affecting, and data fm his home in florida
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goes to purdue university in indiana where researchers led by professor maggie o'hare are looking into the science behind the bond. >> so this is our saliva samples from our veterans who have collected. >> ice cold saliva. >> ice cold saliva. >> reporter: about 100 veterans and their service dogs are being studied. >> i think there are people out there who question whether or not service dogs actually help, and they are looking for numbers and science. >> reporter: so she's trying to find out if there is a chemical reaction service dogs ignite in their owners and vice versa, findings which could say for certain that dogs can help and why. >> i sometimes feel like her heartbeat and her breathing helps to calm me. i wish i didn't need one, but since she's in my life now, she's great. >> reporter: carlos cruz can't define it, but he knows it when he feels it. dean reynolds cbs news, orlando.
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coming up on morning," on our tuesday eye on money, help for people who can't afford to buy a home. jill schlesinger will reveal the cities with the most affordable houses. plus, we'll speak to the host of the popular true crime comedy podcast my favorite murder as they release a new book. and oscar winning director ron howard tells us about his new documentary on opera singer luciano pavarotti. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ♪
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(vo) i know what you're thinking. electric, it's not for you. and, you're probably right. electric just doesn't have enough range. it will never survive the winter.gi sta? good luck finding one of those. so, maybe an electric car isn't for you after all. or, is it? ♪ now at 4:30, taking a live look from our exclusive salesforce tower, looking at the bay bridge and beyond. we are starting a warming trend this morning. it is tuesday, may 28th.
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good morning. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm juliette goodrich. michelle has thmoing off. let's get a look at weather and traffic. >> good morning. and good to have you with us, juliet. we are starting off the morning with low clouds. enjoy the sunshine in the afternoon. if you're heading out the door for work or school, looking at morning low clouds, breezy and cool. we'll have that clearing as we head through the afternoon. so mostly sunny and seasonal daytime highs. and today, the start of a warming trend for us. as we go through the next several days, we are starting to heat up with temps in the 80s inland later this week. microclimate forecast on the coast. for the bay, mid- to upper 60s. and locations topping out in the upper 70s later on today. i'll let you know the warmest days coming up this week. >> it looks a whole lot different there this morning than it

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