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i'm anne-marie green. both republican and democratic presidential campaigns have their sights set on next tuesday's primaries. voters in five delegate rich states, ohio, illinois, missouri, north carolina, and florida, they all vote at the polls. last night, democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders made their case to florida voters. a new poll shows clinton with a healthy lead over sanders who is coming off a startling win in michigan. march ds marlie hall has our report from miami. >> reporter: last night's debate was contentious at times especially when the two democratic candidates sparred over one of the biggest issues of the night, immigration. the first tense exchange of the might wasn't between candidates but between the moderator and hillary clinton. he asked her about the investigation into the private e-mail server she used while secretary of state. >> if you get indicted, will you -- >> for goodness -- it is not going to happen.
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question. >> reporter: immigration was a central topic of the debate. both candidates promised not to -- >> if the congress does not do its job as president of the united states, i will use the executive powers of that office to do what has to be done. >> i am commit to introducing comprehensive immigration reform with a path to citizenship in the first 100 days of my here in florida, when voters here and in four other states will vote in primary elections. sanders and clinton offered differing views of this week's michigan primary. >> it was a very close race. we had some of those. i've won some and i've lost some. >> we have won, including michigan, last night, which some people considered one of the major political upsets in modern american history. >> is donald trump a racist? >> reporter: both candidates
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republican front-runner donald trump a racist but says they disagree with his views on mexican immigrants and his call for a wall along the mexican border. there will be another presidential debate tonight. this time, with the republican candidates. marlie hall, cbs news, miami. on the republican side, florida senator marco rubio calls next tuesday's vote in his home state critical to his campaign. but a just released poll shows rubio trailing donald trump by a substantial margin. during a town hall meeting yesterday, rubio said his campaign will come down to florida and its 99 winner take all delegates. >> you can win more delegates in florida than you can across five or seven states in a process so it was always a priority. even if hi done well in all of these previous states if i had not done well in florida it would be trouble for your campaign.
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priority and focused on it like a laser and feel really good about it tichlted cruz picked up the endorsement of carly fiorina on sunday. a trump rally was interrupted more than a dozen times by protesters. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will take a closer look at the often contentious atmosphere at donald trump's events. at least five people were killed when gunmen opened fire during a backyard party in suburban pittsburgh. police say the gunmen barged into the party last night and began shooting. four of the victims were found dead on the house porch. three people are hospitalized, two of them in critical condition. police are searching for at least two gunmen who ran away. the motive for the shooting is not known. more severe weather, including heavy rain and strong wind, is expected today across the south and into the midwest. flash flood warnings are posted from texas up to illinois. parts of texas and louisiana got nearly a foot of rain. at least three people drowned in high water in northwest louisiana. residents were forced from their
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the national guard had to rescue some as torrential rain drenched the area. >> really this was an event that kind of sneaks up on you as much as and as fast as the rain came down at one time. it's one of those you're really not pro active for and you really become reactive to it. >> up to 80 homes were evacuated. this country's new strategy of going after isis militants on the ground appears to have paid off. as david martin reports, american forces captured a top isis leader whose specialty is chemical weapons. >> reporter: this video appears to show the aftermath of an isis chemical weapons attack using a mustard agent in syria last year. . a recent may have disrupted future chemical attacks by isis. in a raid last month, delta captured an isis chemical weapons expert. a iraqi who once worked for the
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after interrogating him the u.s. intelligence were able to identify a building in mosul where mustard agent was loaded in artillery shells. this video released by the british defense military shows a building being destroyed by an air strike this past weekend. by pentagon count, isis has mounted a dozen chemical weapon attacks in iraq and syria. john brennan in a "60 minutes" interview. >> reporter: isis has access to chemical artillery shells? >> there are reports that isis has chemical munitions they can use. >> reporter: now appears to be a major intelligence gold mine. names, addresses and phone numbers of some 20,000 isis fighters from countries across the middle east, africa, europe, and north america reportedly given to london sky news by a disgruntled member of isis.
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walton, former head of counterterrorism for scotland yards, says if the documents are authentic, this could be one of the most significant intelligence finds since isis was created. david martin, cbs news, the pentagon. a man tied to the shooting an idaho pastor apparently believes martians control the earth. kyle odom was arrested tuesday after allegedly throwing things over the white house fence. he was he wanted in the shooting of pastor tim remington. odom wrote a manifesto contending that rimmington was a species of the martians. a knife reportedly found on o.j. simpson former estate in los angeles apparently is not connected to the murder of his ex-wife and her friend. the weapon used to kill nicole brown simpson and ronald goldman has never been found. the knife is used by gardeners
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be the murder weapon but it will take weeks before conclusive tests are complete. funeral services for former first lady nancy reagan will be held tomorrow at the reagan california. a motorcade took her casket there yesterday after a private ceremony. paid his respects. then the public was let in. she will be buried next to hur husband in a grave overlooking the pacific ocean. president obama will host canadian prime minister justin trudeau at a state dinner tonight. it is the first state dinner for a canadian leader in 19 years. some 200 guests are expected in the east room and the main course is herb crusted colorado lamb. the white house chef will also offer her take on the canadian dish of french fries with cheese curds and gravy! good call on that. coming up on the "morning news." crash cam. we will show you what happened inside a bus, hit by a self-driving google car last month.
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new video emerged from the world's first known traffic accident caused by google's driverless car. the vehicle was going 2 miles an hour when it bumped a moving bus last month in santa clara, california. no one was hurt. google says it tweaked the software since the crash. disturbing testimony in hulk hogan's lawsuit. a huge last in a seattle neighborhood. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the seattle times reports the aftermath of a natural gas explosion that leveled two buildings in the city's greenwood neighborhood. three businesses were destroyed early yesterday and three dozen more were damaged. nine firefighters were injured. investigators say the blast was caused by a gas leak from outside the destroyed businesses. the baltimore sun reports charged against school police
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incident. [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> both officers seen in the tape are charged with assault and misconduct misdemeanors. the officer confronting the student is also accused of child abuse felony and they and the school police chief are all suspended. "the new york times" reports a stunning deposition in hulk hogan's case against gawker. the website's former editor was asked last year when he would rule out releasing a celebrity sex tape. [ inaudible ]. >> four. >> he later said he was being sarcastic. the wrestler understand a hundred million dollars because gawker showed video of him having sex with a friend's wife. "the washington post" is reporting the failure of the nation's first uterus transplant. surgeons in cleveland removed
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experienced a complication tuesday. it was implant last month. the st. louis post dispatch reports the end of a 37-hour debate in the missouri senate. democrats tried to block a measure that would give religious protections to those objecting to same-sex marriages. the republican majority ended the filibuster and plan to vote today on the constitutional amendment. "rolling stone" magazine reports dr. luke's lawyer denying that sony has fired the record producer. sony and dr. luke have been under pressure since kesha accused him of drugging and sexually assaulting her. sony is not commenting. coming up, trade joe's recall.
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25 points higher. the head of volkswagen u.s. operations is stepping down into the investigation of an emissions cheating scandal. he had been head of the u.s. volkswagen since 2014 and 20 months ago. the software let the cars and trucks emit up to 40 times the allowable pollution. the clear website glass store is out with its list of the highest paying jobs in america. may not surprise you. physicians top the list with a median based salary of 180,000 a year. doctors were followed by lawyers and people who work in research and development. the common thread? the high level of skill and education required and protection from the threat of automation. you'll soon be saying adios to the most interesting man in the world.
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smooth gentleman in the advertisement for dos equis beer. he is being phased out the next few months. in the last ad, he blasts off on a rocket bound for mars. meaning there is going to be a new most interesting man in the world. i wonder who it's going to be. >> i know. big shoes to fill. i know jonathan goldsmith is a regular actor and had a long career acting but i think no matter what he does next, i'm always going to see him as the most interesting man in the world. >> and it's a great way to be known, right? >> yeah. it's not bad. not a bad -- >> although the expectations are high. >> that's very true. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still ahead, in flight mayhem. a fight breaks out between a group of women passengers. we will tell you why music made them so angry. later a convicted felon is ready to launch his modeling
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. . all my instincts they return >> blaring a boom box was a romantic gesture for john accusact's character in the movie "say anything" but some people on a spirit airlines jet did not feel the love when their fellow passengers did the same thing during the flight. it prompted this brawl when the flight from baltimore landed in los angeles yesterday. witnesses say five women were involved in the fight. things calmed down when the police were called, though. the fbi also investigated the incident but no one was charged. a florida mom who pushed for gun freedoms is hospitalized after being shot in the back by
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the woman was wounded with a .45 caliber handgun on tuesday while driving in jacksonville with her boy in a pickup truck. police say it was an accident, but they have other questions. >> the firearm, was it legally owned and legally stored inside the vehicle? all of that, we don't know. >> facebook page which belongs to the victims may support gun rights. jeremy meeks broke hearts from behind bars when his california mug shot went viral last year. he was released from prison after serving more than a year on weapons charges. meekses has signed with a talent agency. google put its deep mind team to the test against one of the brightest mind in the world and won. google's computer program alpha go defeated its human opponent south korea's best go player. go, an ancient chinese board game, is said to be one of the complex games ever deviced. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning,"
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this is how you say it's going to be okay to someone who just lost everything. that, yes, we'll find you somewhere to stay and yes, your children will have breakfast. every 8 minutes the red cross responds to a disaster and makes this promise.
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missed it! one more chance. it won't go! holy cross does it! >> holy cross has a losing record and didn't win a regular season conference game on the road this season! but anything can happen in march. they punched their ticket with a 59-56 win over lehigh to take the patriot league. in last night's game between the jazz and the warriors, steph curry dazzled the home crowd with a sight that never gets old. >> two seconds to work with. curry from midcourt. it's good! >> the half-court buzzer-beater from 55 feet out put golden state ahead 52-41 at the half. the warriors kept the lead and beating the jazz 115-94. by now, you've gotten used to
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threes, but check this out. hitting a round with new zealand golfer on earlier, curry attempted a 94-yard putt on the warriors practice court and, of course, he nailed it. the number one women's golfer in the world, she needed a little work on her free throws. a love for basketball opened up a new world for a south carolina boy. kristen hampton reports. >> reporter: to see this video is to know how autism affected a little boy for more than half of his life. a.j. didn't speak. he didn't even make sounds. >> i so desperately wanted to just hear what he sounded like! >> reporter: the mother tried everything for her son. one day, during a therapy session, something changed. >> he was having a bad day. wasn't really getting much out of it. and so the therapist said, let's just take a break and we let him play basketball. >> reporter: the therapist
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and then decided to continue while he was playing basketball. >> he loved basketball before he was born. >> what color is this? >> red! >> red! yea. >> you just start to see his personality start to wake up as he is playing. >> reporter: his mother says the game of basketball has helped her find her son. >> there's so many different emotions going on inside and playing basketball kind of made it all come to center. >> reporter: today his five-word vocabulary has exploded. for his therapist, it's huge. for his mother, it's the whole world. >> most parents are always like, hey, be quiet, be quiet. to have him talk, you can ask my family, never once have i ever
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i'll never say that, because i had two and a half years of quiet. yea! >> that was wbtv's kristen hampton reporting. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the rise in food halls and dozens open around the country. the late show host stephen
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if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
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>> next on wbtv news this morning, a couple is charged in the death of a man whose body was found partially buries in alexander county. and, what the city manager did that ron carlee called unacceptable. >> wbtv news starts right now. >> good morning, and welcome to wbtv news this morning. i'm christine sperow. >> and i'm meteorologist chris lason. we're likely to have a bit more cloud cover this morning we will start with a fair amount of
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we may see 70s with the breeze out of the south bringing in very, very warm air. again, we are mostly cloudy but dry in center city. courage temperature 60 degrees. charlotte, monroe. hickory, statesville, salisbury. 62 now here. a little more cloud cover than the last couple days but still enough sunshine to get us to 78 in charlotte. we have big changes on the way that involve cooler weather, rain, and i will highlight that coming up. >> sounds good, al. a man and woman are under arrest after authority says they tried to bury a body. they found toni hearne and linsey lentz near the body of hearne's uncle.


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