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-- captions by vitac -- captioning funded by cbs it's monday, march 6th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." wiretapping claim. president trump is calling on an investigation of the obama administration after acushion them of bugging. thousands of pictures of female servicemembers are allegedly shared on social media. and heavy hail catches people off guard in northern california and takes traffic to a standstill.
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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. today president trump is expected to sign a revised version of his travel ban order, but this morning it's mr. trump's accusations that president obama had his phones tapped. the director of the fbi wants the justice department to dispute the charges. hena daniels is here in new york. hena, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. the white house has requested that congress examine whether president obama abused his executive thoerd. the accusation came in a tweet without supporting evidence that then president obama ordered a wire tap of phones in trump tower. president trump's assertion that former president obama bugged trump tower last year is now putting him at odds with fbi director james comey.
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law enforcement sources confirm to cbs news comey asked the department of justice saturday to publicly reject mr. trump's claims say the claims falsely suggest they broke the law. >> there was no such wiretap activity mounted against the president-elect at the time of against his campaign. >> the former director of national intelligence james clapper maintained sunday he supervised never wiretapping mr. trump. the president made the claim on twut oren saturday but has no evidence to support it. >> he's going off information he's saying that led him to believe this is a very real potential. >> to make that type of claim without any evidence is, i think, very recklessing. >> yesterday the white house asked congress to investigate the allegation amid its ongoing probe into russian meddling in the 2016 election. >> we will get all of the information that we need.
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if that includes president trump's tax returns, then i have confidence that we will ask for them. >> a spokesperson for mr. obama responded saying in part neither mr. obama or any white house official ordered any surveillance on u.s. citizen. any suggestion otherwise is simply false that and attorney general jeff sessions who recused himself from any trump/russia investigations last week is expected to file amended testimony to the senate today to explain why he did not disclose meeting with the russian ambassador twice last year. ahead on "cbs this morning," we will talk to congressman jason chaifetz about a possible investigation that he was wire tapped. north korea fired a ballistic missile into the ocean this morning. the missile was fired near the
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location of the border near china. it traveled about 500 miles into the sea of japan. the u.s. is investigating reports that three other missiles were fired. north korea is prohibited by the u.n. of firing any missiles. several days ago they promised to retaliate for south korea/u.s. drills. he was given a deadline to leave after krit soozing the investigation of the murder of kim jong-nam. authorities say he died after two women smeared his face with a banned agent. allegedly sharing nude photos of female soldiers and veterans. some were taken without the women's knowledge. >> reporter: the secret marines united facebook group had hundreds of marines as members.
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reportedly thousands of naked female services members were taken. it was taken down within hours. in a statement marine corps sergeant major ronald l. green said in part, we must to a better job of teaching marines what we expect of them in a social media realm. e expect all marines to treat one another with dignity and respect, whether it be in public, behind closed doors, or online. a marine cord officials say they're most concerned about the victims many who were identify by their rank, full name, and military duty station. the online activity was first posted by the war horse, a nonprofit news organization run by a marine veteran and purpleb exctation of privacy t this mor ocked iraqi chemical weapons in seattle. man was s has this. >> to think itne wearingthe arm. they posted the about the
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attack of a u.s. national of indian origin. he's out of danger. police say this man adam purr entin shot two men in a bar last month, killing one. before shooting he shouted "get out of my country." the friend who survived spoke at a peaceful protest. >> it was rage and malice of an individual that killed my friend, killed our friend. >> reporter: this man is the president of it. >> you believe the racial tension is creating these kinds of ins zants. >> absolutely it is. what we need is to teach people how to co-exist. >> the nags tional coalition is being ask to be classified as a hate crime, that would be
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motivated by bay yas against race or religion. they're working with the police department and say they're committed to investigating crimes that are potentially hate motivated. in cases where there is a hate crime conviction almost always it means a sentence. oakland police are being questioned about their response when a pro-trump rally in berkeley turned violent. fights broke out saturday between protesters. ten people were arrested, seven were injured. protesters say police didn't act enough. and overnight severe weather pounded the san francisco area. heavy hail caused hazardous conditions in one state. hail came down hard yesterday. it was so heavy it blanketed the ground. in the mountains there was enough snow to shut down roads. >> coming up on the "morning
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amazon is set to announce new space programs and accusing of threatening muslims. "time" reports that muslims were asked if they beat their wives. it was on a forum from rb john bennett's staff. it was in part to build connections between lawmakers and muslims. the "chicago tribune" said there were no homicides in the city for six days last week. that hasn't happened since 201. so far this year there have been 103 killings. "the wall street journal" expects news this week from the space company owned by amazon's chief jeff bezos. blue yore gins will reveal specific customers. they'll unveil using reusable rockets to put tourists into
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orbit. the "washington post" says pollution kills about 1.7 million children every year. vooernltal hazards like contaminated water and dirty air are blamed for one-fourth of the deaths. the u.n. says most of the texts are avoiceable. the dee mo"the des moines r said a party bus exploded in flames. no one was hurt. another bus was sent for a trip to their reception. still ahead, birthday surprise. a chicago girl celebrates her birthday by helping out the needy. ...and high levels of humiliation in her daughter. in just 7 days, your joint comfort can be your kid's discomfort. osteo bi-flex. made to move. how to brush his teeth. (woman vo) in march, my husband didn't recognize our grandson.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ happy birthday to you happy birthday to you ♪ a 6-year-old birthday girl celebrated her birthday in chicago. her and her family served meals yesterday at a park. her mother said she was pleasantly shocked when she proposed the idea. she said her motto is it's nice to be nice. that certain will is a good motto.
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on the "cbs moneywatch" why tax audits are down and wolverine rips up the competition at the box office. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange. good morning, jill. on friday fed chair janet yellen confirmed a rate hike was in the work barring any changes in the economy. the dow gained about 179 points. the s&p added 15, the nasdaq. general motors sold a division for $2.5 million. opel has been part of fw m since the 1920s that has lost money. if you're worried about getting audited by irs, some good news. your chance of getting audited has never been so low. last year the number of people being audited to just about 1 million.
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the irs blames budget cuts. the more you make, the higher your chances. and the r-rated spin-off man "logan" topped the box office starring hugh jackman. it brought in over $85 million in ticket sales. that's one o the first biggest march openings ever. "get out" finished second at "the shack" targetted a large fae faith-based audience. >> i like it. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much. still ahead, the last stand for a famous cube. a historic building in downtown atlanta is imploded. 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.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country.
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an atlanta building known as the white ice cube is no more. a controlled blast yesterday reduced it to dust. it was built in 1965 to store state records, but in the late '90s engineers discovered it was sinking. a former actress is now playing an essential role in the lives of people in south los angeles. michelle miller found out how the woman created an oases in a food desert. >> reporter: when rene gunter goes shopping for produce, she goes straight to the source and gets down and dirty. >> oh, my goodness. bugs bunny never had it so good. >> reporter: the 64-year-old in los angeles not just shopping for herself. she's shopping for her community where corner markets and liquor stores substitute for the absence of grocery stores and
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supermarkets. she traveled with some of the biggest names in fashion. but a role in a 2000 community play about food justice changed her life. >> the more i read the script, the more i realized i lived in a food desert. >> reporter: a food desert is an urban area where it ee difficult to find affordable quality of food. residents suffer way more from higher rates of thi fresh produ are you looking for specic sold are you looking for specic sold >>mpornt is this?rom her cbs . it provides reli shake up your routine with a completely new way to clean. new colgate total advanced health mouthwash. that removes twenty four t emalco
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soldiend united facebook page had hundreds of members. it has been taken down. adriana diaz reports on the opening ceremony in beijing. >> reporter: while the npc is a largely symbolic event, at the opening ceremony the premiere event reports on china's status to the world and sets goals much like our state of the union address. about 3,000 delegates, the largest legislature in the world, packed into the great hall of people to hear his speech. he pledged to tackle china's poor air quality, acknowledged the dangers of rising debt, and pegged gdp growth at 6.5%. while president donald trump
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wasn't mentioned by name he criticized mr. trump and said china remains committed. >> we can't allow china toe rape our done cubatry. >> reporter: mr. trump has had a rocky relationship with china after accusing the country of stealing millions of u.s. jobs. during a heavily choreographed press conference saturday, we asked where the u.s./china ruopp is heading. the question topic had to be presubmitted and preapproved. >> translator: we all hope american policy changes have positive effects, but if there are chaks china will face them head on. >> reporter: despite china's economic challenges and at a times choking pugs, the applause came when he announced china is suspending roaming charges for
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calls made in another province. adrian na diaz, cbs news, beijing. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a look at a growing trend in skin care called micro needling and why doctors say it could be dangerous. plus a first on "cbs this morning," airbnb's ceo tell how women play a major part many the company's success. and director judd apatow stops by studio 57. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> gunfire ends with violent crash in broad daylight. >> this morning one brother dead, another in critical condition, and neighbor tell us they're fed up. >> the trump administration get ready to unveil new travel ban, the changes he's make to go help getting him through. >> and after weekends that gave us the chills, lauren says we'll see some ups and downs this week. today is monday march 6, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon.
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let's get a check of the weather and roads. >> good morning, happy monday, back after the weekend, i thought oh, long westbound end. >> we'll get to all of that, but i could
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