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good mog.rnin it is monday june 8th 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." a massive manhunt is on right now twfor o convicted killers. new details on their daring prison break. chaos overnight outside a concert with big named artists. police fire tear gas as people try to force their way inside. the women's world cup kicks of amid troubles with the star go keepers past. but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 skojds. >> youthese are terrible
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individuals. the unmanhst i . on>> two convicted killers used power tools to crack the wall. >> must havet kep you awake with all that cutting, hu? >> it crosses the northeast. >> the rived rer of louisiana is expected to hit a 70-year high. >> it's just been a constant battle. he>> tse seven world leaders meeting in the german alps. president obama set to huddle with the iraqi prime minister. >> the jet went off the are runway as it was landing in new york. >> chaos erupted outside the hot 97 concert in new jersey. >> the way they treated us was like animals. >> a cell phone video captures a police officer pushing a 14-year-old to the ground. >> an 11-year-old boy was attacked by a shark. he was airlifted to a children's
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hospital in orlando. the nba finals are tied. >> what did it take from you tonight? >> everything. >> whoo. >> you got nominated. he>> te tru measure of man is not to be nominated and still shp ow ueato rd a list of names of those who are nominated. >> -- and all that matters -- >> it's been an honor to be part of your inaugural show. >> the voters think you're on the fence. you're too risky. >> i'd be nervous about that guy. the fact that i've got eight months? i've got plenty of time. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> one shot a brand-new beamer gets it. >> yes, yes, yes. he wins a bmwbmwi 3. whoa. unbelievable. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs
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welcome to "cbs this morning." gayle king is off. jeff glor of our digital network wbsn is here. a man hunt is going on for two convicted killers in upstate new york. the search stretches from the united states into canada. >> police say the elaborate plot took days to execute. the prisoners used power tools to cut through brick and steel walls. don dahler is at the correctional facility. good morning. >> reporter: the fugitives both convicted murderers are considered to be very dangerous. governor cuomo is calling this a crisis in the state and they're calling for a $100,000 reward for the apprehension of these men. >> we will leave no stone unturned. they could be anywhere but they'll be found. >> reporter: the search has
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expanded beyond new york and surrounding states even canada. they include hundreds of officers on the air and in the ground. the pair were serving lengthy sentences for murder. sweat for killing a broom county sheriff's department in 2002 and matt for murdering and dismembering his former boss in 1997. sometime on saturday they escaped through holes they cut with power tools. climbed a brick wall climbed through a catwalk and weaved through a complex series of tunnels. they left behind a note and asaid "have a night day." cuomo said it's like a plot from a movie. >> you look at the plot and it's extraordinary. almost unusual and impossible to duplicate.
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>> ron hosko is former director of the criminal division. he thinks the two suspects must have had help. >> they had time to corrupt a guard or multiple guards. they had time to facilitate this and they took advantage of that. >> reporter: the big question is where did the men get the tools. the investigators haven't recovered them yet. they're actually interviewing a lot of contractors who were doing work here at the prison over the past cup of weeks. >> don, thank you very much. a new jersey concert turned into chaos. police used tear gas to control a crowd outside a summer jam hip-hop concert at the metlife stadium. many tried to enter illegally. elaine quijano is there where a state trooper was hurt. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. summer jam is an annual event
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put on by a new york radio station, hot 97. last night the concert was marred by fighted with police. the scene sold outside the hip-hop concert quickly descended into chaos last night as police in riot gear clashed with a massive crowd outside of new jersey's metlife stadium. angry fans launched bottles at police. state troopers were seen using tear gas and pepper to try to break up the crowd. >> very scary. i've about never seen anything like this and i've about been coming >> police say it began when people tried to illegally climb fences and force their way past security. police blocked off the entrance and told everyone even those with tickets to leash the stadium. witnesses say it quickly escalated and turned violent after that as fans turned angry.
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>> people stood out here for 3 1/2 hours and we paid for the concert. they wouldn't let us in. police treated us like animals. >> reporter: they tried to disperse the crowd. several were arrested and concertgoers were stuck outside helpless. >> it's pretty ridiculous. you had your bad apples people acting up. but at the same time that shouldn't ban those who paid a lot of money to get in. >> reporter: for those who came in to see names like hendrick lamarre and chris brown, police say ticketed fans who were not allowed in will get their money back. charlie? >> elaine thanks. video shows explosions at plant about 100 miles west of philadelphia. there is no word of any injuries. people are asked to stay inside. firefighters say the smoke is
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not toxic. this morning the red river is threatening dozens of homes. the water level reached a point not seen in decades. adria go ens of wksa is there across from shreve point. good morning. >> good morning. it has not seen it rise this high since it crested at 38 feet. it's expected to crest to 37 feet seven feet above flood state. they have sandbags. officials are urging people to pick them up day or night to pretext their homes from rising water. this water is flooding houses turning them into islands, submerging them up to their roofs. the national guard spent the
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night filling satchels of sand. if this man, the devastation is personal. >> the glass is beginning to break from the pressure of the water. >> he's trying to save his home from two feet of water that's already kept in surrounding and destroying his family's belongings. >> it's devastateing. >> reporter: on sunday a man and his dog were evacuated by boat and a black hawk helicopter delivered some pipes. he can't believe how high this river is. >> wow. one word. wow. >> reporter: the waters are supposed to stay 37 feet for the next few days and they aren't expected to dip below that flood stage until the end of the month and to make things worse, they're expected to have rain later this week. jeff? >> thank you very much. millions of americans are
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expected to face severe weather. hail hammered parts of colorado and south dakota last night. daniel niles of our boston station of wbc shows house the storm is heading east. good morning. >> jeff, good morning. these areas are going to be hit with storms. these clusters of storms will develop and slide east through the day today and this warm moist human air, clusters of storms may have some damaging wind gusts connected at 60 miles an hour. obviously a threat of tornados and downpour and lightning. keep an eye on the sky. norah, back to you. >> danielle thank you. extreme weather may have caused a rough landing for a plane overnight. you can see the united flight is still on the grass this morning after skidding off the paved section of the runway. it happened at buffalo niagara
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airport. kris van cleave has more on what happened. good morning. >> good morning. a rough landing left the plane well off the runway with passengers ss unsure of just what happened. emergency crews helped 69 passengered and three crew members off a united airlines flight after it skidded off the runway late sunday night. >> by the time we stopped it was all in the middle of grass. there was no runway to be seen. >> reporter: the united flight was on approach but high winds kept it from descending. >> i think we're going have to break off and try this one more time. >> reporter: passengers say the jet circled the runway at least three times. >> the plane was kind of bumpy going down. i just assumed we weren't clear for landing. >> reporter: but the plane skids across the slick pafbment coming
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to rest in grassy area about 300 feet off the runway. >> went off the runway. [ inaudible ] >> sorry. say that again. >> looking out both windows it was pretty clear we weren't on a runway. >> there were no injuries. the airlines ran into high winds and challenging weather. where they landed was a buffer zone if you will for situations like this. this morning the faa is investigating the incident. charlie? >> thanks kris. the president is meeting with top allies in the german alps. they spoke of the sanctions. major garrett is across the border inside of the summit. major, good morning. >> good morning. russian president vladimir pew
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tichb used to be invited but was not. he's still interested. it's all enough to make a u.s. president reach for a beer. the hills were alive with the sound of music as president obama and german chancellor angela merkel picnicked on pretzels soft drinksauj sausage and beer. >> i admit i for goat to bring my leader hosen. >> he spent time eating and drinking but the rest was unsavory. the best hope is for leaders here to maintain existing sanctions due to expire next month. on this the president won the
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backing of re-elected british prime minister david cameron. >> we think there can be can a peaceful resolution to this problem, but it's going to require that europe and the transatlantic state and the rest of the world stay vigilant. >> reporter: merkel is the key to the russian sanctions debate. she's also vital to intensifying u.s. efforts to protect global financial markets and the euro rowe from a default on greek debt. before the summit thousands clashed in protest against police. hundreds watched the edge of the ground sunday and peacefully described economic dominance and income inequality. the president will meade with the iraqi prime minister in a couple of hours. the president was so involved in
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another conversation he never turned around leaving the iraqi prime minister and his translator to walk away in visible frustration, an awkward choreography. >> major garrett, thank you very much. they talked about the growing crisis. they rescued nearly 6,000 people over the weekend. they joined some 95,000 others who tried to reach europe by sea this year. holly williams is in libya where many of those dangerous journeys begin. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. libya is in a state of civil war and as the country descends into chaos and lawlessness, it's become ground for human smuggling. if there's a hell on earth this stinking squaller prison season
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it. this is where people trying to get to europe are locked up for months on end waiting to be deported. packed 50 to a room they're infested with lice and sometimes beaten by the libyan guard. many here i had human smugglers to get them across the mediterranean sea, but instead they were picked up by the libyan coast guard. >> i want to go to europe because i want to help my family. >> reporter: at just 22 solomon's crime was to dream of finding a job in europe to support his six brothers and sisters at home. if you could make a better life for yourself in gambia would you still want to go to europe? >> no. i wouldn't go. i would stay here and share my money with my family. >> reporter: but these desperate men come from some of the poorest countries in the world
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and the promise of something better is drawing tens of thousands like them to risk their lives. last year more than 3,000 migrants drowned trying to make the crossing yet nearly all the men here told us that when they're released it's gamble they'll take again. >> i'd like to be in europe tomorrow morning. yeah. if we can. and we will. >> reporter: politicians in europe blame the human smugglers for the flood of migrants but here in libya it's very clear that the deeper causes are poverty and extreme inequality. norah? >> thanks holly williams. a woman hit by a broken bat at fenway park remains in serious condition at a hospital. 44-year-old tanya carpenter was struck in the head by a shattered bat that flew into the stands. the bat broke after brett lawrie
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swung. her friends started a go fund me page. >> so scary. >> soy. hope she's okay. the nba finals have evened up. >> the nba finals are tied at one game iowa piece. >> lebron james shows raw emotion as the cleveland cavaliers claimed an overtime victory in kbam two last night. they beat the goldern state warriors, 95-93. james finished with 39 points stephen curry struggled with 19 points for the warriors. it was the second your time game. game three is tomorrow in cleveland. >> this is quite a match. >> with 60% of the starting lineup out f he's able to somehow carry them. >> they put the hurt on stephen
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curry, they really did. >> they shut him down. >> they did. this morning "fun home" won top awards. it's about a closeted gay woman and her closeted father. actress helen mirren won for her portrayal of queen elizabeth. our jamie wax spoke to her after the win. we'll show you her reaction at 8:00. congratulations to all of the winners. a police officer takes a 14-year-old to the
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ght it was a squirrel that flew. the moose running down the street. the moose seems shaken but got up and ran away. >> did you say it looks like a halfback? >> a halfback against a running bam. >> i never knew a moose that could jump that high. >> that's incredible. coming up in this half hour police are accused. a girl who shot some of the disturbing video tells us what led to these takedowns. >> plus, distractions for team usa as it begins its run in the women's world cup.
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new details emerge in the alleged domestic violence case around hope solo. that i that's ahead. they say for the first time since fifa corruption indictment qatar may be stripped of the posting rights. the independent chair of fifa's audit and finance committee told the paper it could be moved if bribery is proven. the prime minister of turkey losing the race. he wanted to ed toed to win to rewrite the constitution. for the first time he'll have to have a coalition government. that means a change in turkey. a 10-year-old boy is recovering from two severe shark
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bites. the boy was playing in er in cocoa beach yesterday. a bull shark bit his right calf. a lifeguard pulled himmen from the water and bandaged his leg. the boy was flown by helicopter to an orlando hospital for further treatments. the "washington post" votes on a huge obstruction. the time allowed for one section was correctly written as 20 minutes in the man yool for test supervisors but the student book said 25 minutes. the board says it understands the critical nature of this error and is working to ensure the validity of the scores. the "washington post" says "sesame street" is as educational as going to preschool. it leaves children more likely to stay at the appropriate grade level for their auj and that is particularly apronounced among boys african-americans, and children who grow up in disadvantaged areas. >> i'm a big fan of "sesame
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street." this morning a texas accomplice was seen throwing a 14-year-old girl to the ground. this video has been viewed more than 2 1/2 million times. a reporter of kvtv first brought this to the attention of the police. brian, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this community pool is quiet now, but on friday it was chaos as officers detained several teenagers who were attending a pool party here to celebrate the end of the year year. most residents in the south suburb are white but many of the teen partygoers are black. we have blurred the faces of the minors in this video that you are about to see. this is the part of the video that has caused the most outrage online. a young girl clad only in a bikini dragged to the ground by a mckinney accomplish and when
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other police officers tried to interview, the officer pulls out his gun. the 13-year-old was there. >> i felt lie he was getting ready to actually hurt someone. >> reporter: the young girl on the ground begs for help. but the officer forces her down again. this video shot by bakari shows the officer dragging the girl across the grass. >> whoo are you dragging her? >> reporter: the girl was trying to tell the officer she was doing nothing wrong. >> they were trying to make us leave but if we ran, they chased after us. if we stayed they'd arrest us. >> stay on the ground. get your asses down on the ground. >> reporter: earlier the saush could be seen chasing boys and cursing them. >> don't make me chase you [ bleep ] because you want to screw around out here. >> reporter: kari says he was only
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chasing my north teens. >> they did nothing to caucasians. >> reporter: the officer's conduct is now under investigation. >> any time you confront a large group of people it's a dynamic situation and tensions can rise very quickly. >> reporter: the officers were summoned after the party's teen age host and an adult woman at the pool. there were also complaints some of the teens didn't have permission to be there. >> i wouldn't want that to be my daughter, no doubt about that, but at that point when you've got other people running around he's probably trying to get the situation done just like anybody else wood. >> bakari says she lives nearby and has a pool pass. so do many of her friends. >> they're acting like we're criminals. we were just there for a pool party. >> reporter: in total 12 officers responded to the scene. all of the detained teenagers were released to their parents. the police chief said there were no injuries but we did notice
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one boy who appears to have a blady mouth y bloody mouth in the blurred video. >> wow. the focus of the proo game news conference with team usa's star goalie hope solo. that followed new details on the domestic violence charge she faced a year ago. jericka duncan is in the stadium where team usa plays all stree ss austria tonight -- australia tonight. jericka. >> reporter: they asked about the allegations the night hope solo was arrested. it's a looming controversy that team usa just can't seem to outrun. coach jill ellis tried to assure reporters that her team is solely focused the game and not hope solo. >> and she's been a fantastic player and teammate so, no,
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none of that has resonated with us and i'm sure many of the players aren't aware of it. >> reporter: just hours earlier espn spoke about her record last year. espn reported an intoxicated solo insulted officers, called one of them a 14-year-old boy, and remarked that her neck las was worth more than he made in a year. >> i'm concerned about how the team responds knowing that this news is out there. >> no. i mean our team we have each other's backs. bile honest. i think it was something that was a long time ago. we eastern certainly put it to bed r wheel bed. >> reporter: while solo's charges were dismissed she still faces questions.
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team usa will take on australia it's first game in a difficult first round. >> it's an extremely difficult team for the u.s. a lot of athleticism. they're still sort of a young team. they have some experience though. >> reporter: on sunday the team practiced on turf. it's the first time an artificial turf has been used at the world cup for men or for women. >> we'll take it one game at a time. they'll have all the pressure in the world but they'll still be focused and still be ready. >> reporter: solo was not made available to the media yesterday. meanwhile officials here say that the stadium seats about 33,000 people and is now sold out for the next game. jeff? >> jericka duncan in winnipeg. thank you. > a safari guide recovers after his heart attack after details emerge from his efforts to save an american woman. this is the scene before a lion
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attack. katherine chappelle died last week. the guard repeatedly punched the lion in the head before it tried to retreat. this will not be his last competition. >> the 37-year-old wait is ore. american pharoah is finally it. american pharoah has won the triple crown. >> so exciting. so exciting. why the owner risks a fortune keeping this champion on the track. and if you're heading off to work or taking your kids to school, sets your dvr so you can watch anytime. we'll be right back. singin', we're singin' ♪ ♪ i found a happy place ♪ ♪ a rather happy place ♪ ♪ i'm singin', i'm singin' ♪ ♪ ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
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this morning american pharoah is ready for another victory lap, racing new superstars. he is just the 12th horse in history to win the triple crown. michelle miller is here with what's next for the horse racing
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hero. michelle good morning. >> good morning. american pharoah has now won seven of his eight lifetime races netting over $4 million along the way, but now that he's a triple crown champion the colt's biggest payday won't likely be on the racetrack. the last leg of the triple crown took less than 2 1/2 minutes. >> american pharoah has opened up a two-length lead. >> american pharoah joined an elite group on saturday with one of the rarest feats in all of sports. winning the belmont stakes with the sixth fastest time in history and ending a superstar. >> the 37-year wait is over. american pharoah is finally the one. american pharoah has won the triple crown! >> it was hall of fame trainer bob baffert's fourth attempt at the triple crown and he credited
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the win to an incredible thoroughbred. >> i've never had a horse like that. i've never seen a horse run like that. >> and according to 'tis his owner ahmed zayat, american pharoah may not be done racing. it's a decision that carries considerable financial risk. zayat has already sold american pharoah's breeding rights at some estimated $20 million. now as a triple crown winner the colt could collect even more with every mare he breeds with. >> if you're breed 1g 50 mare as year at 100, to $200,000 this is an extraordinary number. >> some estimate american pharoah could be worth $50 million but the more the 3-year-old continues to run the more he could risk losing to a big pay outbecause of injuries or losses.
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>> if he were to run as a 4-year-old and didn't show that brilliance again maybe it takes a little bit of the glimmer off. you've got to strike when the iron is hot. >> reporter: zayat wants to show case him as a triple crown winner by racing him to the end of the year. >> we're not thinking at all about value or money or anything like that. when the horse is ready, we're not going to be scared of running him. this is about the fans and this belongs to history. >> reporter: the upcoming races could include monmouth and others in new york. he deals with mobster energy and wields up what's believed to be nearly a million dollars. >> michelle, i see you kept your boots on. >> i did. you like those? >> yes. riding boots. very nice. celebrities are seeing green thanks to marijuana.
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it's monday june 8th 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more news ahead. cancer survivors. dr. agus shows hour your address could affect your odds of being d.cure but first your "eye opener" at 8:00. >> the fugitives are considered to be very dangerous. >> last night the concert was ma wrkedith violence and fights with police. >> the water behind me hasn't riis thn high since itre csted to nearly 38 feet. >> 28 million americans under this slight risk of yellow. >> the strains in that relationship were all too visit
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after the g-7 photo. >> after this country descended into chaos and lawlessness, it's become futile ground for smugglers. >> 12 officers responded to the scene. >> the 37-year wait is over. >> believed to be worth nearly a million dollars. >> michelle i see you kept your boots on. >> i did. do you like that? >> they put the hurt on stephen curry. they really did. >> yeah. shut him down. >> you grew up in cleveland. how is the city going to react to this? >> we're going to set the damn city on fire. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00 presented by subway. welcome back to "cbs this morning." an intense search for david
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sweat and richard matt is now on its third day. >> new york's cuomo has called it truly extraordinary. he's offered a 100,000 dollars are ward for their capture. he explained his decision-making process to john dickerson on sunday's "face the nation." >> i go through all the factors. when i'm done i move onto the next factor. the next factor is do i want to do this. in my heart is it something i really want to do. if i check that box, then you'll hear me say i'm going to announce for president. if i don't, you won't. >> he said he'll mack that decision later this month. john dickerson is with us following his debut as host of
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"face the nation." good morning. >> good morning. >> congratulations on your debut. >> thank you. >> congratulations? congratulations all the way around. >> we're all congratulating. on to governor chris christie how does he position himself if he decides to win? >> he's one of these people that will run, of course. he portrays himself as a truth teller. we've seen this script before. john mccain did it. do a lot of town halls. connect with voters almost voter by voter to build up a base there. he's not going to do a lot of campaigning in iowa. he'll try. but new hampshire is the place for him. he's going to have to try to create something there. >> were you sur prizeprsurprised about his
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overturning the law on marijuana? >> what's striking is he said this is an illness and the war on drugs has failed. so some people who say the war on drugs has failed has said stop trying to criminalize this stuff. criminalize the disease and spend the money that way. so for him there was a tension there in his two answers. >> wisconsin governor scott walker, let's talk about him for a moment if we could. he seems to be riding high. a big article about him about how well he's doing in iowa riding high with joni ernst. why is he doing so well in iowa? >> he's regional. that's good. but it hasn't helped with people like governor tim pawlenty of minnesota. he's a governor. the governors are in a governor mood. he has accomplishments as a governor. he can talk about what he did with the union and he's an evangelical so he works nicely with people in that state. boxes in
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iowa and he's got a good team there. >> is he the front-runner so far? >> he's the front-runner in iowa. he's in the top tier of candidates sort of nationally. but the question is how does he go from iowa to new hampshire. when he gets to iowa he'll run into jeb bush and chris christie. >> hillary clinton, how is her campaign changing? >> it's shifting more into a policy mode. the question is will it be overarching or quit shots. that matters because people are looking at the overarching idea. >> economic ins. >> economic issue, college, affordable, women's issues. >> all right john. he continues his coverage of the 2016 sunday morning "face the nation" right here on krps. republican's lindsey graham is reaching out to caitlyn
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jenner. he told cnn he -- >> if caitlyn jenner wants to be safe and have a prosperous economy, vote for me but i'm running to be president of the united states. if caitlyn jenner wants to be a republican, she's welcome in my party. >> the former bruce jenner unveiled her new identity last week in a "vanity fair" magazine. police video show a child driving an suv down the street. >> there's a kid driving that car right there. >> this video was uploaded to youtube on friday. you can see an adult person next to the child. the person can be charged under arizona law for letting a minor draw. kensington palace releasing the first official photos of charlotte who was born in may. brother george kisses her in one
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picture there. very sweet. she looks alert in the arms of george who is almost two now. their mother the duchess of cambridge took the pictures. they were released with the #welcometothefamily. we'll see her next when she is christened next in july. >> i think george is my second favorite royal. >> i know. behind harry. >> and the princess is good with the camera. >> she is. one of the world's leading cancer experts dr. david
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in our "morning rounds," how where you live decides if you recover from cancer. kentucky ranks number one. the lowest mortality rate is utah. lung cancer is the leading cause of death in the disease in 45 of 50 states. the good news the government says overall the number of people surviving cancer is rising. that trimd plans to continue for the next decade. our dr. david agus leads the west side cancer center. good morning. >> good morning. >> what does it tell us? >> the south is the perfect storm. many more smokers, they're obese, sedentary, and there's
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more poverty. the incidence is higher. so all of a sudden they come together and the death rate of cancer is very different from other states. and so what we need to do is become aware of that and start to act on that. tobacco is still being used in many states at a very high level, and that's got to stop. >> where are we with respect to all these new therapies that have somehow shown some success for some people in terms of at least delaying the ultimate end? >> so the big cancer meetings were i ago and two major trends came out of them. one is called mow lek youlecularly targeted cancer and taking a pill to turn it off. that takes time. there are dozens of treatments on the market. the next is immao though therapy. it's fda approved in skin
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cancer, mel nona. but all of a sudden we have head and neck cancer other kinds of lung cancer liver cancer colon cancer. it buys time and when it does it's dramatic. >> how longoften does it work. >> it works in 20% of the patients and buys time. much better. still, for 80% of patients it doesn't work in. for those patients they're just staring at an end that isn't good we need to change how we deal with this. we've maude this much progress. we need more. >> how much time does it buy and how much does it cost? >> it can buy weeks to months. the other, a year or two. the costs to make a cancer drug
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ooh. ooh, nominated. like that's a big deal. let me tell you something. the true measure of a man is not to be nominated and still show up to read the list of names of those who are nominated. >> larry david and jason alexander taking the lack of nominations in stride. the best carried away trophies at the 69th awards. jamie wax was at the ceremonies. he's here with the night's biggest. good morning. >> good morning, jeff. before the night was over the awards ceremony managed to create a few new stars as well. ♪ >> the evening's first performance of "something rotten" set the tone for the night. the tony awards would be a
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celebration of the musical. tony winners turned first time tony host kristin chenoweth and him with quit wit to keep the performances moving along. >> i said "fun home." >> but an intimate moment from "fun home" changed the evening. >> "fun home." >> "fun home." >> the best musical winner became the best standout of the season. they also made history becoming first all-female writing team to take home a tony. >> if you love clairation. >> the show took home five awards. >> another show "the curious
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incident of the dog in the night-time" and alex sharp who made his broadway debut playing an odd man on the autism spectrum. >> this year i picked up my diploma, graduating from julliard, so to be holding this is insane. >> "the audience" won. helen mirren won an oscar in 2007 playing the same character. >> i'm only here because she's still here. i'm an ee liz alizabethelizabethan. she's been here my whole life. she's so opaque. >> more royalty reigned with "the king and i" while its lead actress kellie o'hara won after being nominated six times. >> i'll be back.
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maybe not here but on the theater stage. i'm going to do the worm. >> the first-time tony winner helen mirren said she's now in pursuit of a grammy and she's looking at books on tape. we wish her well. unbelievable. >> great laid. the marijuana business could grow to as much as $11 billion in four years. ahead how the biggest names in entertainment are turning their passion for pot into profit. that's after your local news.
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welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up this half hour celebrities turning their love of pot into big green. we'll show you some of the big names behind the marijuana brand. plus in the toyota green room. we'll talk about how the new role created with her -- how the new role was created with her in mind, jeff says. >> that's exactly what i was going to say. it's time to show you some of this morning's headlines from around the globe. the car service uber was driven out of the hamptons. they blasted local rules that forced out the service. some say uber cut driving. bravo's andy cowen tweeted i'm
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trying to be a responsible citizen citizen. i drink andon d't drive. this revealed revealing outfits and suggestive dance moves. she disturbed public order and tarnished women's honor and respect. reports on a teenager's 57-mile walk with his brother on his back. 57 miles. hunter grandy carried 8-year-old brother braden in a harness and cannot walk. the walked are intended to raise awareness about cerebral palsy. thisern mog apple is set to reveal a new streaming service. the company hopes to change how we buy and listen to music as it takes aim at sponsors like spod fie. good morning. >> good morning.
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>> what do we expect from apple with respect to music streaming and other thing sfs. >> we're looking for app toll take advantage of the $3 bill music streaming. we saw a 10% decline in album sales last year. apple needs to get ahead of them. they're going to be going after spotify, something like $10 a month where you can go online pick any album you want to and listen to an album. you'll be buying them you'll be paying an access fee. >> app sl not going have any free service. >> right. there may be a free trial. but probably not a free service. instead they'll be focusing on itunes. you don't get to pick the album. >> do you think they'll give spotify a run for their money? >> think they will. they're already on the phone. you can look into your itunes
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playlist and give recommendations which gives them a leg up on spotify. >> what about the apple watch? >> we'll see new developments, nothing major. but we should be seeing better application and performance. some of the fees for that will be set today. >> what about apping tv. >> we were expecting a major refresher. you can download apps much like your tablet but ultimately we're hearing it may be pushed back. >> what about a new ios operating system. >> the ios operating your iphone and ipad. it geesd news. there should be some more predictive behavior that comes out of it too. right now it will tell you when you should leave to make your appointment, we're looking for folks. >> it's so funny.
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>> a little smarter, a little scary. >> when to be on set exactly. >> exactly. >> the smartphone market is huge and growing and apple wants to get into that as well. >> they have a service called home -- it's basically attempting to tie all the smart home devices. there are smart light bulbs and that kind of think but we zpijtd to see more dem straegss. >> can you imagine if we could turn on and off lights here in our studio here. >> or turn up the heat. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. nearly half of americans tell the pew research center they've tried pot. the number be growing including some celebrity backers. gigi stone woods is embracing it. she's at the office of marley natural, a brand-new inspired by
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bob marley. good morning. >> good morning. here at the brand-new headquarters in new york city they're developing new pot items. the marley family just one example of those trying to capitalize. >> take the powder take a little bit of glitter. >> reporter: melissa etheridge never fit the rock star image. >> your friends say being a rock star was wasted on you. >> i know. it's true. i saw alcohol. i saw what it did. i just -- i was too excited about music to let that ruin it. so all those -- the drug days and the '80s and '90s i really let that go by without ever getting involved in it. >> reporter: but in 2004 etheridge was diagnosed with breast cancer. she said marijuana saved her life. >> it helped with the
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psychological effects of being on chemo and trying to understand what's happening to you. >> reporter: she became an unlikely spokesperson for marijuana legalization and today she's an even more unlikely entrepreneur. she's created an alcohol marijuana infused wipe. mixing alcohol and pot can increase the negative effects sometimes even leading to death. but equity rid said the cannabis in her wine is not dafrmgs in moderation. it's code pressed, never heated. >> it doesn't make you high. >> it doesn't make you high as you and i would know it. if you're looking to get high i would say no. this cannabis wine is not for you. >> reporter: etheridge didn't need to be a connoisseur to get
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in on the plan but it certainly helped others to get in on the business like rapper snoop dogg who's investing millions of dollars into pot and bob marley's family has their own brand of bud. so does singer willie nelson. and tommy chung, who's the pay tree ar patriarch of pot. >> including smoke swipe which he says can help remove the odor. >> everyone else has change. e was the same. i haven't changed for 50 years. the rest of the world kind of caught up with me. ♪ cover up just makes the sweet a little bitter ♪
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>> do you sense that the sigma of mann is changing? >> once people see that it's not the crazy gateway drug that's going to lead me down the path then it will go away. >> etheridge's wine is currently only available to medical marijuana patients in california where pot is legal for medicinal purpose bus she has a business growth. >> like any good california wine i'd like for it to be available in restaurants. i'd like to see it be available to the general public wherever you buy your fine wines. >> one investment group estimates it could grow to $11 billion over the next four years but if the federal government steps in that could all go up in smoke. >> gigi thank you so much. the hit tv series "under the dome" is back. up next
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one shot. brand-new. brand-new beamer gets it. yes. >> the celebration is great. this guy won a bmw by hitting half court shot. steph curry had a rough night.
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jason valdez who's a warrior fan hit this shot at half time, game two of the nba finals. >> that's awesome. >> you ought to say how well steph did had something to do with the defense. >> no doubt about it. >> i read in the paper it was his lowest shooting average. >> two for 15. >> said he won a bmw, didn't i? i'm being reminded from the control room. it's a bmw. it's returning for a third season. the show based on stephen king's 2009 novel, a town suddenly cut off from the rest of the world by an enormous transparent dome. "under the dome" was a number one program with more than 11 million viewers. >> and award-winning marg hello enberger, a therapist who helps the town with the aftermath of the dome. >> if ridding yourself of your
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father is the best thing you ever have, why are you having to sell his house. >> lady why do you even care? >> because like it or not, you belong here. you're part of this town. you're part of a community that need use right now. >> i can never be part of this town, my father made sure of that. you know why i left? because everyone around here thinks i'm just like him. >> then maybe it's time you stop running away and show them that you're not. >> marg helgenberger joins us at the table. good morning. >> good morning. >> tell us about your character. how does she relate to the dome? >> it's complicated question because the series -- the first two episodes that air back to back -- some of it is alternate reality which is where i'm introduced but the third episode, we're still under the dome. so how i relate? i'm there to help everybody out.
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i'm hoping to make this a collective or kinship as my character refers to it by going along to get along and people kind of need to leave their individuality behind which doesn't go well with everyone in the community. >> it's said that the executive producer created this character with you in mind. >> yes. it was very flattering. >> something about you made him create the character. >> i've known neal behr. i don't know. he felt i had what it took to play this role and it's very complex, very juicy part and i'm having a part with it actually. >> juicy because you're channeling mrs. robinson a little bit? >> yeah. at times i am yes. >> ooh, i look that. that's a good tees. >> that's an interesting show. the original book was one book. it was extended because it was doing so well. so you're entering this three
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seasons in. >> right. my character does not appear in the book. so how i figure into the community is i make sort of a big splash. i come -- enter in a mack truck. >> there it is. >> there's the alternate sort of reality there. everybody loves you and knows you from "csi." you're going rush -- i know you left a year ago but you're going to return for the big season finale. >> series finale. they're doing a two f h hour mother. i'm coming bajd and wayne petersonpeter is coming back and danny cannon is going to be directing as well and, of course everyone else with the show is coming back. >> what can you tell us about it? >> i wish i could tell you honestly other than i haven't heard a peep. >> was it nice to reunite with
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everybody. >> will it be nice? we're going shoot it in the end of july. that cast was, you know magic. we really all loved each other and had so much fun on the set. a lot of great memories. >> you just started taking improv classes. >> oh god. >> this is interesting because you started doing this after "csi" but before "under the dome?" >> yes. i graduated from level three actually. >> congratulations. >> there's levels of improv class? >> well, yeah. there's level 6. no honestly i did it because i had free time and i have a great respect and admiration for comic actors and sketch comedians and so on. it was sort of in my neighborhood. it made it kind of easy. it's been a lot of fun. i'm hopes to go back because my team has advanced and i have to
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be grouped up with whole other team. >> everyone i talk to says they learn so much from those classes both as an actor and as a -- >> well, yeah because it's truly all about the process and getting out of your head and, you know this yes -- where everyone say as statement about you. >> you're a jerk. well that's because instead of saying i'm not a jerk. so it's kind of a positive role that keeps being -- >> well we're exciting for you. marg hello enberger thanks for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> we should mention you can see the two-hour premiere of "under the dome" right here on cbs. the rare treasure hiding in plain sight and why the discovery could be very lucrative for the homeowners.
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a wisconsin couple got a big surprise about their modest home. it was designed by frank lloyd wright. roger and pat bought the house in 1993. they were told a student of wright designed it but a scholar dug up the original blueprint and says the home's value could jump by 40%. that's a nice sign. >> that does it for us. be sure to tune in to the "cbs evening news." i'll be filling in for
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