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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, may 29th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." president trump refocuses his attention on defensive matters and steps up defend his son-in-law as questions swirl. a mississippi town is trying to come to grips with a shooting rampage that left eight people dead, and the alleged gunman admitting to the crime on camera. and memorial day washout. severe weather hits the south.
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way east this holiday. the indianapolis 500 marred by crashes, but a new winner takes the wheel and makes history. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom here at cbs head quarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. president trump marks his first month as commander in chief. last time he fired off a series of tweets touching on health care, tax reform, and fresh criticism of the news media. meanwhile his son-in-law jared kushner faces new questions about his ties with russia. roxana is here in new york. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. president trump defended his son-in-law in his statement last night saying he has total
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about the so-called fake news. president trump took to twitter declaring his overseas trip a great success before moving on to the media saying in part the fake news media works hard at disparagingmy use of social media because they don't want america to hear the real story. the tweet kamt amid refb lagss that his son-in-law jared kushner is under fbi scrutiny for allegedly trying to carry on back-channel communications with russia. >> it doesn't bother me. >> homeland secretary of state john kelly. >> i wouldn't criticize it. >> others are criticizing the move, pointing out that it followed russian interference in the election. >> my dashboard warning light was clearly on, and i think that was the case with all of us in the intelligence commun
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the top democrat on the house committee says he wants to know more. >> to have the president's son-in-law a key player within the trump organization trying to establish a back channel with the russians through a russian diplomatic facility, you have to ask who are they hiding the conversations from. >> the president also tweeted on the plan to overhaul on carry and the tax code. he said those efforts are, quote, moving along in the process very well and are actually ahead of schedule. and the president will mark memorial day today by laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown. anne-marie? german chancellor angela merkel is urging european nations to stick together. her appeal comes in the face of poll sigs division within the u.s. president trump said he needed more time to think about whether to leave the european
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accord. another missile launch by north korea today, pyongyang's night this year. south korea said the projectile was launched from a coastal town and flew about 280 miles. it landed in japan's maritime economic zone. they want to build a missile that reaches the u.s. mainland but it's still thought to be years away from being able to do that. the u.s. forces backed by iraqi forces are hoping it's the final push to draw isis out of mosul. thousands of civilians remain trapped inside the city making it complicated. narrow roads are making it difficult for armored vehicles and heavy equipment gain access. british police say they've arrested a man in connection with the deadly suicide bombing. two others were arrested sunday. 14 in total. they s o
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attacker's network are still at large. it was lowered because of progress in the investigation. the bombing last week left 22 people dead. and authorities in mississippi say a weekend shooting spree that left eight people dead including a police officer began with a call regarding a domestic dispute. the 35-year-old suspect now faces one count of capital murder and seven counts of first-degree murder. tony dokoupil reports. >> i just wanted to live. i just wanted to love my family. i just wanted to love my wife. >> willy cory godbolts attack ended here outside a truck stop near both cheetah, mississippi. he calmly described a shooting spree that left eight dead according to police
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cop was my intention. >> police were called to remove godbolt from a private property. >> i was having a conversation with my step-daddy and my mama and her, my wife, about taking her. >> he killed a sheriff's deputy and three women at first home. the deputy was identified as 36-year-old william durr. >> that's what they do. they intervene. it cost him his life. >> four more people including two juveniles were shot at home before god both was arrested at 7:00 a.m. on sunday. he spoke to a clarion-ledger reporter on the scene. >> so what's next for you? >> death. death, death. >> mississippi plans toha
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godbolt with one count of capital murder and seven counts of first-degree murder. governor thanks law enforcement for their sacrifice and asked residents to pray for those who were killed. tony dokoupil, c bbs news, new york. an accident occurred yesterday near liberty state park in new jersey near the statue of liberty. the unidentified parachutist was a member of the elite team called the leapfrogs. the cause of the parachute malfunction is under investigation. severe weather threat is posing issues for millions of americans on this holiday. rain is expected in about a dozen states from texas to new york. severe thunderstorms could hit the carolinas and elsewhere. the main concern is damaging winds. in missouri wind gusts toppled trees and knocked out power over the weekend and the. lar tourist destination in
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third is still missing after car was swept away by floodwaters. >> walked in here, was going to go walk over to my son's. >> property can be replaced. people are precious. in the northeast weather is expected to persist for moat of this week. at auto racing famed brickyard, a historic moment. he enjoys the traditional gulp of milk. he's from japan. scott dixon's car smashed when it landed on a wall, but he walked away with only a limp. coming up on the "morning news" now, train attack survivor. an update on a man wounded in a racially motivated stabbing that left two others dead j and possible carry-on changes as the government considers
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♪ christopher jackson of the broadway show "hamilton" performed during the national memorial day concert last night at the u.s. capitol. the live pbs show was the network's 28th annual tribute to american's fallen. a ban on carry-on may expand. the survivor of a knife attack on a border train mayo his life to another passenger. an unidentified man aided michael fletcher after he was stabbed on friday. two men were killed
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injured while defending a woman ov . >> fletcher is hospitalized. the man who will appear in court in tomorrow. he has a history of extremism. "usa today" says a ban on laptops could be expanded to all inbound and outbound international flights. large electronic devices could be used to hide explosives. >> there's numerous threats against aviation. that's really the thing that they're obsessed with, the terrorist. >> the u.s. ban started in march. it blocks electronics larger than cell phones in cabins of airlines in ten. they pose such rick even they're in checked baggage. california's ""mercury news"" says a third s
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water park is closed because a boy was thrown from it. he was only shaken up after being thrown from three stories. the "los angeles times" say as gas-powered week wacker sparked a suburban brushfire. about 30 akers were scorched yesterday in brentwood. more than 150 firefighters responded and it is mostly contained. and "the new york times" talks on the return of petra cavi cavitt ka. she was stabbed in the hand dur a home invasion and has returned since surgery. coming up we'll show you a vending machine with quality cuts of meat with the press of a button. range of motion and shows improved joint comfort in seven days.
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already popular there. exxonmobil's meeting is on wednesday. they want to keep the u.s. in the paris accord. they offer the framework for addressing the risks of climate change. the may jobs report will be released on friday. that's down from 211,000 in april but still indicative of a solid labor market. the u.s. unemployment rate is expected to remain at 4.4%. the maker of pepsi may have a taste for coconut watr. pep pepsico is in talks to add to the market. the acquisition price expected to be under $1 million. soda makers are looking elsewhere for products as consumption of their main product decreases. and smooth sailing at the
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caribbean: dead men tell no tales." the fifth installment of the disney franchise took in $63 million. "guardians of the galaxy 2" was second and "baywatch" was third at $18.1 million. and the swede itch comedy "the square" won an award. the win came as a surprise. meanwhile sophie became the second to win best director. she was honored for her remake of a 1971 sieve war drama "the beguiled." still ahead, zika outbreak. they warn of the places with the highest risk of the mosquito born virus. tomorrow is not a given.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. his birth weight was under 262 pounds but you could wall call him a little guy. the species is endangered due to poachers and habitat loss. the onset of warmer weather brings with it a threat of zika outbreaks. don champion explains what's done. >> reporter: the temperatures are rising and so are worries about the zika vie ras. in dallas they're warning everyone. >> we don't want residents to be relaxed about mosquito
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>> reporter: texas and florida are two of the highist risks in states. the gulf states, tucson, arizona, and areas of southern california are also on the list. >> it's been one of the warmest winters on record. and so what that means is that the numbers of mosquitos that transmit zika are out in high numbers. >> reporter: the biggest concern is for pregnant women. experts are urging them to take precauses like using insect repel land and limiting time outdoors to avoid mosquito bites. a recent study shows local transmission of zika began in florida months before it was picked up. dr. pita hoe ten says they'll need to pick it up sooner. >> looking for fever and rash for people who go to health centers, emergency rooms, and
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them for zika. >> reporter: the city of dallas is already stepping up efforts to look for zika in residents. >> we're talking about expanding our surveillance with doctors' offices, having the labs do the prehealth testing. >> reporter: they'll be rolling out health care awareness campaigns in the coming weeks. >> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," osc oscar-winning a drejoins us in hit comedy "i'm dying up here." i'm anne-marie green in studio 57. this is the "cbs morning news."
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s a shot. i think you'll be convinced. good morning, 4:25 on this memorial day. america pauses to honor its war dead today, and there are ceremonies across d. c. throughout the day today. >> it is one of the most violent looking race car thashes you will ever see.
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from this. >> and following this great white shark on twitter probably as close as you'd like to get to her. we're going to tell you which east coast beach she is near right now. >> after a couple of yellow alerts this weekend for storms, allyson rae has a more promising forecast for memorial day. >> i think today might be the best looking day of them all. our rain chances are at their lowest for today. does that mean we're rain-free, no, of course not. it's may. we are looking at some dense fog out there this morning. if you're trying to get up early and beat the traffic home, we are looking at some fog as you head off to the west. visibility dropping down to a half a mile for manassas, warrenton and culpeper. by 8:00 this morning a lot of this fog will dissipate because we are going to warm up substantially today into the 80s. finally the 80s are here. 65 degrees right now, cloudy through d. c. we are going to see
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64 for leesburg and 62 for waldorfment here are a couple of stray showers moving through hagerstown and myersville. we have a front coming through which could spark a few more showers during the middle of the day. they will be few and far between. most areas are going to stay dry. by lunchtime we're at 12:30. we are going to see sunshine out there west of 95. >> it's always flip-flop weather in my world. >> it's going to be a very quiet day on the roads. i don't think you'll have anything to be concerned about. you're going to see that later on in the day, the last minute stragglers try to make their way home. again, watch out for road closures around the national mall for the ra
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be taking place later on today. i want to let you know those road closures around 7th street, independence avenue. constitution avenue kick off at 7:00 this morning. checking out top stories this morning, tens of millions of americans traveled over this holiday weekend. the number of travelers both on the roads and in the skies is expected to jump this summer. u.s. airlines expect to carry 234 million passengers and in june through august that's 9 million more than last summer. >> the ringling brothers ended it greatest show on earth last month. cbs news has documents showing the circus and parent company are hoping to export 15 lions, cats and leopards to a circus in germany. >> and president john f. kennedy was born 100 years ago today. his life and
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marked by events at arlington national cemetery and the kennedy center. that's a look at what's going on. the news at 4:30 starts right now. >> i'm mikea turner in for jan jeffcoat this morning. >> glad you're with us, i'm mike hydeck. we are sick of this rain. >> i'm ready to hit the pole. >> not this week. >> when you say mike, at least i was able to barbecue. i think you're kind of the exception. >> i always barbecue. >> he'll barbecue if it's a blizzard out. he doesn't care. today we're actually looking -- i think today's going to be the nicest day we do see. it might be a little warm. i'll take sunshine and 80- degree temperatures. we are going to see a couple of stray showers today and also the fog this morning is going to be of concern. thunderstorms out through west virginia and a few stray showers near frederick and hagerstown. today mostly cloudy to start withfo
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this is 12:30, a few stray showers but then sunshine briefly before a good mix of sun and clouds comes back in. we head to the 80s, generally dry. cloud cover sticks around again tonight. the cloud cover is quick to return after we see some sunshine first thing later on this morning actually. 76 degrees by noon. highs today into the low to mid- 80s. we'll get some sunshine during the afternoon. if you are headed to the parade, i think we'll stay dry. there are going to be a few stray showers. our rain chances actually increase for tomorrow and into wednesday before we get a nice looking day on tap. we'll go through that extended futurecast coming up. good morning, allyson. it is still quiet on the roads this morning. no issues along the beltway, 66 i-270, route 4, route 5, 301 or route 50. 95 is also doing well this morning. just watch out for road closures around the national mall for the parade that will be kicking off. the road closures in place at 7:00 this morning. if you're traveling downtown do know


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