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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, april 15th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." >> well, let me -- let me just say. >> whoa, whoa. >> secretary, let him finish. >> okay. >> better thanny sanders and hillary clinton clash in the kkic debate trading jabs on foreign policy, the economy, and their resumes. black tie optional. at the gop ga la a few miles away, john kasich tried to set himself apart from the pack not from he said but what he wore. >> the race for the white house is called a circus but it looked
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like the real thing in japan when a chimp named cha-cha escaped from a zoo and kept a neighborhood on alert for hours. 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. now four days before what has turned out to be a critical primary here in new york, hillary clinton and bernie sanders held their first debate in five weeks last night. with so much at stake, it was a contentious meeting. as the candidates argued over qualifications, foreign policy, and wall street. a just released cbs news poll finds clinton leading trump and cruz in a potential november matchup and losing to kasich. but sanders beats all three potential republican candidates. jamie yuccas has more on last night's showdown in brooklyn. >> reporter: the ninth democratic debate started with fireworks between bernie sanders
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and hillary clinton and never really stopped. both pounding each other on a wide range of issues. one of the most heated exchanges of the night came as bernie sanders and hillary clinton sparred over the issue of income and equality. >> i am sure a lot of people are very surprised to learn that you supported raising the minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour. >> you know, wait a minute. wait a minute! i have stood on the debate stage with senator sanders eight prior times. >> excuse me. >> i have said -- >> excuse me. secretary. >> reporter: google says vermont senator was the most searched and followed candidate of the night. in one instance, he pounds on clinton after moderators pressed her to release the transcripts of her paid wall street speeches. >> if everybody agrees to do it, because there are speeches for money on the other side, i know that. >> i am going to release all of the transcripts of the speeches that i gave on wall street
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behind closed doors. there were no speeches. >> reporter: the stakes are high for sanders and clinton here in new york with 247 delegates on the line. both candidates are vowing to fight all the way to the convention. >> i think we are going to win this nomination, to tell you the truth. >> reporter: a win for clinton in the state would make it mathematically difficult for sanders to catch up. party leaders say now is the time to come together. >> i believe hillary is going to win and i believe there will be unity. >> reporter: the next big prize for democrats is pennsylvania where 210 delegates are at stake. while new york's primary is tuesday, five more eastern states, connecticut, delaware, pennsylvania, rhode island, and maryland will hold contests on april 26th. anne-marie? >> jamie yuccas, thank you. the cbs news poll we referenced early also found that both republican and democrat front-runners are the most known and disliked.
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63% feel the same way about donald trump. at the new york state republican gala last night, john kasich didn't mention names, but he said nominating an unpopular candidate would be disaster. >> you know what will happen if we nominate people who have high negatives and cannot beat hillary? we are not just going to lose the white house, we are not just going to lose the supreme court, but i tell you what, there's a good chance your senate majority leader will be the senate minority leader. >> trump and ted cruz told the gathering they were confident of winning the gop nomination. >> i think we are going to have a great time in cleveland. hopefully, not too good a time because, by that time, it should be solved by the time we get there, okay? >> we will win the nomination in cleveland. we will win the general election in november. we will defeat hillary clinton, and we will turn this country around. >> a few hundred protesters,
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many opposed to trump, marched outside and there were a few arrests. donald trump's campaign manager corey lewandowski is relieved florida prosecutors dropped the charges against him for grabbing a reporter. the palm beach state attorney says there wasn't enough evidence to continue. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk with cbs news political director and "face the nation" moderator john dickerson about last night's democratic debate. there were ongoing rescue efforts through the night in southern japan where a powerful earthquake left at least nine dead. this morning an 8-month-old girl was pulled from the rubble alive and apparently unharmed. the magnitude 6.5 quake hit an yied south of tokyo. damage is severe. buildings collapsed.
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roofs slid off. windows shattered. and streets were warped. residents say the shaking was to violent they couldn't stand some 40,000 people were forced to evacuate their homes. numerous aftershocks disrupted the rescue operations. u.s. officials say north korea's attempt to launch a new maid range missile appears to have failed. today is the birthday anniversary of the late kim i il-son. the failure would be an embarrassing setback for kim. t secretary of state john kerry says the engagement, the u.s. could have fired on those russian war planes that buzzed a u.s. ship in the balkan sea. >> reporter: "uss donald cook" pulled into port in lithuania
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turned into a press conference about its run-in with russian jets. commander charles hampton said he had seen them coming from a long way off. >> we tracked them for a length of time. hi a track on both aircraft, a hundred nautical miles away. >> reporter: they kept coming. very fast. very low, and very close, flying what appeared to be a mock attack although they were not carrying any weapons under their wings. the ship was 70 miles off the coast of the coast of >> this u.s. navy will continue to operate forward. continue to operate with allies and partners and plan events at sea and, in doing so, we will not seek space. >> reporter: this map explains why russia is pushing back. since the end of the cold war,
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the nato alliance that expanded to the edge of russian territory. nato aircraft now conduct exercises with countries that used to be part of the old soviet block. 13,000 u.s. troops will take part in a large-scale military exercise in poland, one of the largest since the end of the cold war. david martin, cbs news, the pentagon. microsoft is suing the u.s. government over privacy rights. microsoft says a 1986 law that allows authorities to demand access to user e-mail or online files is unconstitutional. in some cases, the court orders microsoft to turn over customer files and prevent the company from notifying the customer. workers demanding a $15 an hour minimum wage protested around the country. >> what do we want? when? >> now! >> reporter: from atlanta to
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florida to colorado, the fight for 15 campaign has gained momentum. there have been strikes and protests backed by the service employees international union. yesterday's demonstration were part of the nationwide tax day protest. coming up on the "morning news." a step towards freedom. a member of the manson family could be released after decades in prison. and coming to a theater near you, movie go-ers may soon be allowed to text. this is the "cbs morning news." see me. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious. see me to know that... ...i won't stop until i find what works. discover cosentyx, a different kind of medicine for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. proven to help the majority of people find clear or almost clear skin. 8 out of 10 people saw 75% skin clearance at 3 months. while the majority saw 90% clearance. do not use if you are allergic to cosentyx.
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a member of the manson family may be freed. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "los angeles times" says the california panel has recommended parole for charles manson follower leslie van hout houten. she has been in prison for more than four decade for her role in the killing of a grocer and his wife. the decision will be reviewed by another board and then governor jerry brown. the hartford current says a connecticut judge refused to throw out a lawsuit against sandy hook families against gun makers. the suit argues the ar-15 semiautomatic rifle is a military weapon and shouldn't be sold to civilians. "the washington post" says the citadel is considering a request by a prospective muslim student to wear a hijab. if granted, it would apparently be the first uniform exception
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in the military academy's 175-year history. the tennesseean reports on the governor's controversial bill making the holy bible the official state book. bill haslam cited an opinion by the state attorney general that it could violate the constitution. opponents say it amounted for an endorsement of christianity. "variety" hinted at given the green light of texting during movies according to to "variety." they are open to allow texting at some theaters, possibly even creating a section just for cell phone use. when you tell a 22-year-old to turn off the phone, don't ruin the movie, they hear please kit off your left arm above the elbow. is nothing sacred? coming up on "cbs this morning," hollywood producer
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on the cbs "moneywatch" a tax deadline surprise. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. stocks on wall street deidnt move much on thursday. you have a little breathing room this year because april 15th is emancipation day. the deadline has been extended to april 18th. you could always request an automatic six-month extension from the irs. general motors says it will phase out cars with airbags and other safety features by the 2019 model year.
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a chevy car flunked a test earlier this year. they are more affordable for low income buyers. delta airlines is dropping the fee it charges for customers who buy their tickets over the phone. the fee was $25. most major airlines charge these fees. the airlines want you to buy your tickets online and it's cheaper than maintaining an agent at a big call center. chipotle is apparently paying a price for a food safety crisis. they will block three years worth of earnings because of the food illness outbreak that started last year. 'cchipotle shares dropped last year. jpmorgan does not expect the fallout to last long. >> jill wagner at the new york
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. football fans can start planning for the upcoming season. the nfl released its 2016 schedule last night. on september 8th the broncos and panthers kick off the season in a super bowl 50 matchup. cbs is bringing you another season of "thursday night football." the action starts with an afc showdown september 15th between the new york jets and the buffalo bills. the annual wounded warriors ride rolled through washington, d.c. on thursday. as he has for the last seven years, president obama officially kicked off the race
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from the white house. the ride takes 65 wounded service members and vets 60 miles over three days. it's a stunning sight. we are talking about hundreds of seals basking in the sun along the new england coast. but as don dahler reports, the seals are a sign of something else lurking in the water. >> reporter: a pilot flying over this island this week captured a stunning image. miles and miles of gray and harbor seals basking in the spring sun. it's not unusual to see seals here this time of year, but what is unusual is seeing this many from this perspective. why has the seal population increased the past few decades? >> they are exterminated from our water from the 1960 so you're seeing a recolonization. >> they are not hunted because they are federally protected? >> that's correct.
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>> reporter: before 1972 when the marine mammal protection act went into effect, sightings of seals were not seen. biologist say the resurgent of seals here is likely one of the reasons there has been a rise in the number of sharks in these waters, looking for food. researchers counted 68 great whites off cape cod in 2014. that number doubled to 140 last year. but the hoards of seals are not only attracting sharks. doug finney says they are eating too many fish. >> that is way too much for fishermen. it's very taxing on us. >> reporter: an 800-pound male could consume unfortunate to 80% of his body weight each day and that is 50 pounds of fish including cod and flounder. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning,"
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♪ yep. they were up pretty late in brooklyn. here is another look at this morning's top stories. hillary clinton and bernie sanders held a contentious no hold bars debate in brooklyn, new york last night. they argued over qualifications, wall street, and foreign policy. it was their first debate in five weeks. it comes just days before the now very important new york primary. all three republican presidential contenders spoke at the new york state republican gala last night. donald trump played up his new york roots without naming names, john kasich said nominating an unpopular candidate would be a
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disaster for the party and ted cruz told the gathering that he was confident of winning the nomination. as we mentioned earlier, this year, everyone has three extra days to file their tax returns. it's because of a holiday celebrated in washington, d.c. craig boswell explains. >> reporter: marching bands and parades are part of a celebration of emancipation day every april 16th in washington, d.c. on that day in 1862, president abraham lincoln signed the act freeing more than 3,000 slaves in the district. the d.c. government shuts down on the holiday, but this year, it falls on a saturday, so it will be observed on friday, april 15th, tax day! and that changes the tax filing deadline for everyone across the country to april 18th. music to the ears of tax filers like this lady who is letting block advisers do her taxes this year. >> i mean, i think it's great for a procrastinator like myself. having three extra days is
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always a bonus. >> are you a procrastinator? >> i am. >> reporter: this lady was also glad to hear about the extra time. >> for those who are sort of under the gun, i guess, the few extra days could mean a lot. >> reporter: it's estimated 1 in 3 americans wait to file their taxes. this year's extra time is good news not just for taxpayers but accountants as well. do you get any sleep this time of year? >> absolutely not! it's tax season! >> reporter: sheila banks with block advisers advises people to use the extra time wisely. >> don't wait. come on in. we are here. >> reporter: thousands of tax preparers are open around the clock this time of year and some are available on midnight the 18th until those who do wait until the last minute. craig boswell, cbs news, washington. finally, good news when it comes to taxes. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a new indoor cycling class that is powered by the imax experience. we will take you for a ride.
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plus a school spanking controversy caught on video as a georgia boy is paddled by his principal. a display of flowers to bring hope ahead of next week's boston marathon. that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> one of bill cosby's accusers is going to court today. >> domocrats debate. hillary clinton and bernie sanders. >> on the republican side, donald trump and kasich pick up endorsement. plus the results of new cbs news poll. it is a frosty friday. that is chilly start to the day. lawyer send here with a look at when it will warm back up. today is friday, april 15th, good morning, everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. we are getting your day started as always with a check on weather and traffic. we have meisha in. lauren casey in here with us for the first time with me, in for kate think morning.

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