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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. drump heads. donald trump heads into next week's voting for the presidential nomination for the republicans. he solidified his position with a decisive win in the nevada caucuses. voters fed up with washington and those who decided before last week were key to trump's win. in the battle for second, ted cruz and marco rubio are running neck and neck. danielle nottingham has our report from las vegas. >> reporter: donald trump once unlikely candidacy is barreling toward the presidential nomination. the victory in last night's caucuses here was his third in a row. meanwhile, time is running short for the other gop hopefuls. after picking up a third
night's nevada caucuses, donald trump continues his winning streak with an eye on super tuesday states. >> we have had some great numbers coming out of texas. and amazing numbers coming out of tennessee and georgia. it's going to be an amazing two months. we might not even need the two months, folks, to be honest, all right. >> reporter: he garnered most of his support in the state for republicans unsatisfied with the government. >> i think he is here for the people and i think he wants to win. >> reporter: the win gives trump the majority of the delegates in the state, bringing him closer to clenching the gop nomination. >> i think he is well positioned to really sweep across the board. >> reporter: as trump continues to gain momentum, the rest of the gop field is battling it out to become his alternative.
of caucus go-ers who favored a candidate with more political experience and backed marco rubio over ted cruz. the texas senator addressed supporters shortly after the polls showed. >> one week from today will be the most important night of the campaign. >> reporter: they will face trump tomorrow night in texas before voters in 11 states pick their choice for commander in chief. the win here in nevada for trump gives his victories in three distinct regions for the united states, the northeast, the south, and now the west. with leads in the polls in a number of states, the likelihood he will become the nominee is growing by the week. danielle nottingham, cbs news, las vegas. trump won in nevada with broad support from voters who decided early and stuck with him. 70% of nevada caucus go-ers in nevada made up their mind last month or before the majority of those votes for trump. 51% said they do not have a
won that group. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk to marco rubio about the nevada results and what he sees as his best chance to win the gop nomination. this morning, democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders are in south carolina ahead of saturday's primary. last night, during a town hall meeting, both candidates said they support president obama's effort to close the prison at guantanamo bay, cuba. clinton called gitmo a continuing recruitment advertisement for terrorists. this morning, the threat of severe weather continues for millions of americans in the eastern half of the country. a killer storm system moved out of the gulf coast and into the southeast and mid-atlantic. at least eight tornadoes touched down in louisiana, mississippi, and florida. david begnaud is in convent, louisiana, where the storms killed at least two people. >> a jumbled mess. these -- these travel trailers were picked up, moved a considerable distance, and
>> reporter: this rv park in convent, louisiana, is into a scrap yard. your a desperate search through the toppled homes for three people still unaccounted for. >> we don't have a good way of knowing if we have one, two, three people that is unaccounted for. >> reporter: survivors described their narrow escape from the storm's destructive force. >> i got in the bathtub with my dog and they were praying. and i was crying. and i was so scared. i mean, the house would not stop shaking. >> reporter: an elderly man in southern mississippi did not escape and killed when a tornado picked up his home and tossed it nearly 500 feet. >> kind of crazy how a tornado can skip one house and catch the next right next door. >> reporter: the damaging weather stretches from texas where winds whipped down rodeo tents in houston, texas. back in convent, which for the
neighbors started helping each other even before first responders could arrive. >> people who will survive the event, everyone was helping. so you found someone injured, we would put them and they would go to hospitals in private vehicles. >> reporter: david begnaud, cbs news, convent, louisiana. meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz is following the severe weather and says it's headed east. after a night of destructive storms moving across the south continue to track this large storm system as we head into wednesday and tracking thunderstorms into the oeseast coast. heavy snow developing across the midwest. heavy rain moves into new york city and boston corridors during the night and all of this exit as we head toward thursday morning. in terms of the severe weather threat focusing on the southeastern atlantic coast and mid-atlantic coast and carolinas high risk of seeing tornadoes
and severe threat extends toed washington, d.c. area. you can see why. the warm temperatures up and down the eastern seaboard with 70s in raleigh and new york city into the 50s. cold side of the storm as heavy snow is developing throughout the day. chicago watch that carefully. the snow line is straddling the city and could see some significant totals over a half foot here and especially just east of town. the biggest snow totals, northwestern indiana up to michigan, could see up to a foot. republicans who control the senate judiciary committee say no hearing and no vote for president obama's nominee to supreme courts. it has erupted into a battle between the white house and gop opponents who want the next president to make an appointment. mitch mcconnell said his party would not permit a vote and revisit the matter after an election.
conditions that led to justice scalia's death according to the supreme court doctor. scalia suffered from coronary artery decease and high blood pressure and diabetes and other conditions. he was on a hunting trip earlier this month. this week, apple will tell a federal judge its fight over the fight unlocking an iphone by a san bernardino tift coulderrorist should be decided by a congress. we are learning more about this man. a gun shop owner said jason dalton came into his store just hours before the attack and bought a jacket with an notice pocket designed for a handgun. dalton was laughing and joking, but did not buy a weapon there. dalton is charged with six counts of murder. u.s. health officials are investigating 14 cases of the zika virus that may have been
the virus is melanie spread by mosquitoes. the 14 cases involve men who traveled to areas with zika outbreaks and may have infected their female partners. >> it's very important for pregnant women to recognize that sexual transmission of zika is a possibility and to take steps to protect themselves and their unborn babies. >> they are urgeing men to use a condom when they have the zika virus. castro bore a distinct referableance to his brother. he was a farmer who, for the most part, stayed out of politics. ramon castro was 91 years old. coming up on the "morning news." stuck on the side of a skyscraper. window washers are trapped in
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tense moments. more than 700 feet up here in manhattan, two window washers dangled for more than an hour yesterday when their scaffold collapsed near the top of a 68-story hotel. firefighters defied rain and whipping winds to rescue them by cutting open a window. the coworkers says the pair were laughing once they were inside. the creator of the broadway show "hamilton" helped save an iconic book store. and new details in the murder of a virginia teenager. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the washington post" reports the cause of nicole love he'll's death saying the 13-year-old suffered stab wounds to her month. two virginia tech students are charged in connection with her
the slatemoney laundering and food stamp fraud. federal agents raided the church community on the utah/arizona border yesterday. among those charges are two brothers of warren jeffs who is in jail for crimes relating to marrying and sexually abusing underaged grills. some coaches of the university of tennessee are defending their college. six students say the university enabled coaches. >> we are not doing anything differently now than we have done over the last 15 year as coaches. we always talk about culture. we always educate. we always, you know, preach good decisions. >> the university yesterday asked a judge to strike a mention of nfl star peyton manning from the suit. buzzfeed reports on a star-studded fund-raiser for those hurt by the water crisis in flint.
and it will be held in the michigan city on sunday. that is oscars night. donations will be collected during a live stream on revolt.tv. "the new york times" reports how the creator of the broadway smash "hamilton" helped a manhattan book store. after a water leak drama, the drama book shop, he asked his 225,000 followers to support the store. the sales soared and the shop deals exclusively in theater books. it's been open for nearly a century. still to come, health kris forces a name change for a cry. we will review the new name for a hatchback that had initially been called the zica car.a cry. we will review the new name for a hatchback that had initially been called the zica car.for a cry. we will review the new name for a hatchback that had initially been called the zica car.ces a name change for a cry. we will review the new name for a hatchback that had initially a cry. we will review the new name for a hatchback that had initially been called the zica car.. we will review the new name for
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the nasdaq finished 67 points lower. mcdonald's is partnering with greek yogurt maker, which robani. the fast food chain is fighting to change its image. it introduced all-day breakfast in november. spotify is moving its entire service on to cloud computing services operated by google. spotify says its partnership with google is, quote, a big deal, but a big one for google too which is offering itself as is an alternative to amazon which dominates the cloud market. google says in ten years, its cloud could generate more money than its online ads. mars is recalling candy bars and other items in 55 countries in europe and elsewhere because
the dutch food safety authority says the infected products including mars and snickers. the recall does not affect the u.s. a carmaker in india is changing the name of a new car because of an international health crisis. new hashback was called zica. it is a virus that reached more than 20 countries and it's linked to birth defects. they have renamed the car tiago this week. >> i'm sure they checked with the cdc will picking that new name. hena daniels at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, hena.
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don't bother her before her first cup of coffee. a dunkin' donuts customer is wanted by philadelphia police for getting a little too steamed at an employee. the woman is seen on surveillance video throwing a ceramic cup at the worker who was actually hurt. workers say the dispute was over $1.66. come on! despite that fact, philly known as the city of brother love and that love is on the move. the city's landmark sign is relocating temporarily. the love sculpture was load odd a forklift and delivered a block away while it will sit while its permanent home at love park will undergo several upgrades. donald trump easily won the
it was trump's third victory in a row heading into next week's super tuesday contest. nearly six out of the ten nevada republican caucus go-ers said they are angry at the way the government works. marco rubio and ted cruz are fighting it out for second place. a string of tornadoes ripped through the gulf coast killing at least three people in louisiana and mississippi. an rv park in southern louisiana was hard hit. two people were killed there. rescue crews are still searching for trapped victims. at least 31 people were injured. seven are in critical condition. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a hearing today for kennedy cousin michael skakel in the murder of martha moxley. "48 hours" peter van zandt has details. and all def movie awards that was created an an
and "hamilton" craze. >> reporter: until recently, alexander hamilton was known as the stoic face on the 10 dollar bill. that has changed. >> this is where he lived the last couple of years of his life. you have to remember, chip, this would have been very farther north of the city at the time. this would have been virtual wilderness. >> reporter: ron wrote the 800-page auto biography in which the play is based. what is it like for you to be sitting here? >> it's a thrill to be in this house because this is the only house we know that he ever owned. >> that's all ahead on "cbs this morning." finally, punk icon and fans have releasing their first album in 15 years.