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good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. later today, the man suspected of killing six people in a michigan shooting spree is expected to be arraigned in a kalamazoo court. jason dalton is an uber driver be with no criminal record. the shootings began late saturday night. he was arrested early sunday morning. his motive is unknown and he had no apparent connection to any of his victims. don champion is here in new york with more. good morning, don. >> good morning. >> reporter: investigators are still disturbed by dalton's alleged acts of random violence. his family members and the victims of the members of the community struggle to make sense of the killing spree. investigators are piecing together of the rampage that went on for hours. >> reporter: jason dalton is facing multiple charges and is connected with a shooting rampage in kalamazoo. officials say the 45-year-old uber driver targeted his victims
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mark duncan gets chills thinking about his encounter with dalton. >> it's crazy to think somebody come out and done these horrible things and come out with a straight face like he's just going to work and doing his job. >> reporter: these two got nervous when dalton picked them up in a car. >> hey, this isn't the hhr, you're not the guy, are you? he kind of said no. >> reporter: richard smith and his 17-year-old son tyler killed car shopping at this dealership. barbara hawthorne was among those killed at this cracker barrel. >> when a tragedy like this strikes, you never expect it to be this close at home. >> reporter: the first victim in the spree was a woman shot multiple times at this apartment complex and she is expected to survive. be the sheriff says her quick actions saved the lives of several children, including 12-year-old joy coleman. >> and shot her once and she was still running and he shot her again and she fell. and she asked, joy, help me. >> reporter: dalton, a married
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criminal history. dalton's neighbor said he never showed any signs of violence. as part of the investigation, dalton is being interviewed and his phone is being looked at. a 14-year-old girl shot during the spree is still in the hospital in critical condition. >> very strange. don champion, thanks a lot. now for politics. the republican caucuses in nevada are tomorrow. donald trump and ted cruz and marco rubio are there today rallying for support. danielle nottingham has our report from nevada. >> reporter: donald trump is on a roll after picking up 50 delegates in his south carolina victory, but trump is not underestimating his republican rivals. >> i'm dealing with very, very talented people and smart people and good people, and i think they will be competing. we still have competition. >> reporter: it's shaping up to be a three-man race between trump and senators marco rubio and ted cruz heading into
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rubio picked up the endorsement of nevada senator dean heller. it could be key for his choice in establishment. >> the democrats don't want to one run against me. i look forward to running against them. >> reporter: ted cruz is hitting the ground hard here in nevada after a disappointing third place finish in south carolina where he lost the evangelical vote to donald trump. >> it is becoming clearer and clearer that we are the one campaign that can beat donald trump. indeed, we are the only campaign that has beaten donald trump. >> reporter: his supporters agree. >> he will do the best to save our country. more than that, he is going to stave our constitution. we are going back to the constitution. >> reporter: danielle nottingham, cbs news, in nevada. the democrats are gearing up for their primary in south carolina this saturday. hillary clinton fresh off a win at the nevada united states and campaigned in houston last night. earlier she admitted she will have to work to persuade voters she has their best interests at
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>> i think there's an underlying question that maybe is really in the back of people's minds and that is, you know, is she in it for us or is she in it for herself? i think that's a question that people are trying to sort through. >> bernie sanders says he has a good shot to do well saturday, but admits he has to work harder among african-american voters. coming up on "cbs this morning," "face the nation" moderator and cbs news political director john dickerson joins us to discuss this weekend's results and what comes next. the supreme court returns to work today and, for the first time in nearly three decades, it will hear a case without justice antonin scalia. scalia died february 13th. his funeral was saturday. without scalia, the court could be split 4-4 and that means a lower court ruling would stand with no nationwide precedent, or the court to order the case to be reargued after a new justice is appointed.
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the nation's governors about working together. mr. obama hosted the national governors association at the white house last night. the president said he is not naive in believing politics can work for the good of society. >> i think you, like i, believe that politics can be a noble endeavor and that politics better reflects our people, as not only possible, but it couldn't be more important. >> the president said he has made one of the focuses of his final year, dividing the partisan divide in washington. fbi director james comey says the fbi owes it to the victims of the attacks to find out what's in the phone. apple says the request threatens the digital privacy of all apple users. overseas. isis says it is responsible for
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at least 130 people in syria. yesterday's bombings were in damascus, and the city of holm by extremists. wounded. in eastern germany, suspicious fire damaged a former hotel that was converted into a refuge center. no one was injured but a crowd gathered. some of them cheering and several were detained for hampering the firefighters' work. cargo planes are rushing aid today to help cyclone victims in fiji. paumpl storm hit the pacific island on saturday with 177-mile-an-hour winds. at least 18 people were killed. climateexperts say the storm was the strongest ever recorded in the southern hemisphere. pope francis is calling for moratorium on the death penalty this year. speaking at the vatican yesterday, the pope urged catholic leaders to show exemplary courage by not allowing executions this year.
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penalty will eventually be abolished worldwide. a study released today founds films produced by major companies are whitewashed. it comes days before the academy awards ceremony already caught up in a diversity controversy. the report from the university of a southern california school found an epidemic of invisibility runs top-to-bottom through the industry for women, minorities, and lgbt people. to say yesterday's don't know 500 went down to the wire finish. >> here is the finish line. the end of the daytona 500! bouncing off each other! >> unbelievable! >> i think it was denny hamlin. >> it was the closest finish in race history. a daring last lap pass by denny hamlin set up the photo finish
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0.01 of a second. coming up on the morning news, a helicopter rescue. pulling visitors off washington state river. later, a naked man is spotted strolling through a nashville airport. this is the "cbs morning news."anaked man is spotted strolling through a nashville airport. this is the "cbs morning news.". naked man is spotted strolling through a nashville airport. this is the "cbs morning news."... ...beautiful covergirl e trade is all about seizing opportunity. and i'd like to... cut. so i'm gonna take this opportunity to direct. thank you, we'll call you. evening, film noir, smoke, atmosphere... bob... you're a young farmhand and e trade is your cow. milk it. e trade is all about seizing opportunity. jane's always on the move.
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the chicago sun times reports a close call for 40 megabus passengers outside the city. as it was heading from chicago to minneapolis yesterday, the driver pulled over to check a tire. but he ordered everyone off when smoke appeared. the bus then burst into flames. everyone is okay, but the bus and their luggage? not so lucky. "the boston globe" reports that bill cosby's wife will be questioned under oath today as scheduled. a judge yesterday denied camille cosby's postponement request. she will face a lawyer for seven women who accuse her husband of sexual assault. the women are suing for defamation. the tennesseean reports the arrest of a man at nashville's airport but not because he was hiding anything. he was charged with public indecency yesterday after strolling into the terminal naked. the surprised travelers snapped his picture. the minnesota star tribune reports the dolly llama is
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several weeks at the mayo clinic for prostate problems. speaking at a packed house at the minnesota convention center for the tibetan new year, the buddhist monk stressed that happiness is the key to a happy life. >> happy individual. then happy family. then happy community. finally, happy human. "the washington post" reports that two retiring veterans need good homes. kennedy and quincy have served for years as case on horses during funerals at arlington cemetery. they could be adopted, free of charge, by anyone who passes the army's strict screening process. coming up, wing and a prayer. a rare event in portland, oregon, as a bald eagle is
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rehab. folks, you can't make this stuff up. four bandits chose a prius as their getaway car. bravo-niner, in pursuit of a toyota prius. over. how hard is it to catch a prius? over. this thing is actually pretty fast. over. very funny. oh look, a farmer's market. we should get some flowers for the car. yeah! holly!
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. a bald eagle is back where she belongs in the skies of oregon. she got snagged by a fishing line two weeks ago in the river near portland. autobahn rehabbed her and set her free yesterday.
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office, and yelp fires a worker after an open letter to the ceo. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. stocks in asia were mostly higher, building on last week's gains. japan's nikkei rose 1% and honk song's hang seng rose 1%. the dow jumped 183 points for the week. the s&p finished 37 points higher. the nasdaq is up 141 points. that is its strongest week since july. another dominating weekend at the box office for the r-rated "dead pool." it earned an estimated 55 million and made nearly 500,000 worldwide and on pace to become the most successful r-rated movies ever. in second is kung fu panda and risen at number three.
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was fired after writing online she couldn't afford to buy food. holly jane works for eat 24, the food ordering app owned by yelp. she is paid $12.25 living in san francisco area. friday, she posted an online letter to jeremy stoppelman outlining her plight and was fired two hours later. in his own tweet, stoppelman said she wasn't go because of the online letter directed at him. more than 18,300 people applied for spots in nasa's next astronaut class. there are only 14 spots. nasa will make final selections in about a year and a half. >> and a lock of john lennon's hair was auctioned for $35,000 over the weekend. the four-inch lock of hair was trimmed by a barber in germany back in 1966!
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it was purchased by a collector of beatles memorabilia in the uk. >> can you imagine how many barbers are now kicking themselves because they swept up all of that money and threw it >> smart guy. >> definitely. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot. still to come, a special white house visitor. we will show you the energetic 106-year-old woman who got president obama and the first lady dancing. looking for 24/7 digestive support? try align for a non-stop, sweet-treat-goodness hold-onto-your-tiara, kind-of-day. live 24/7 with 24/7 digestive support. try align, the undisputed #1 ge recommended probiotic. cut!
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. what is the secret to a long
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if you ask a 106-year-old woman, virginia mclauren, it's dancing! she danced her way right into the white house last week, a lifelong dream of hers and from this video posted by the white house, president obama and first lady michelle obama were just as happy to see her. mrs. mclauren's visit was part of the celebration of black history month. the u.s. women's national soccer team is head to go rio. the reigning world cup champs punched their ticket to the olympics this weekend. sunday's championship match was a matter of formality but the stars and stripes never let up, beating canada 2-0 to win the tourney. a hoops fan with courtside seats had a message for lebron james last night. the oklahoma thunder fan shouting just suck it up, lebron.
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refs. the thunder needed more than endearing fans to stop lebron. cavs got the 115-92 win. russian winter swimmers, yeah, i said winter swimmers found a new way to build up their stamina and concentration by playing chess in nearly freezing water this weekend. swimmers took the plunge in 41-degree water as a way to test their mental and physical strength. maybe their sanity too! each round lasted no more than five minutes. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," american girl unveils a new historical doll you'll only see here. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." (baseball on tv in background) with heart failure, danger is always on the rise. symptoms worsen because your heart isn't pumping well. (water filling room)
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joaquin el chapo guzman
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morning, a month after he was recaptured. in a report last night for cbs's "60 minutes," bill whitaker shows us guzman's last hope for freedom, after hiding out in a tunnel quickly filling with water. >> reporter: after 20 minutes of rain, we thought that chapo might drown in the sewers because of the high levels of water. >> reporter: so he popped up out of the manhole right in the middle of a busy street? >> translator: that was his only option. >> reporter: this is where he came out. he popped out of this manhole cover, which is about a half a mile from the house straight down the road there. look carefully at the security camera footage from the gas station across the street. at 8:55 a.m., four hours after the first shots were exchanged, right there, you can see chapo and another man climbing out of the sewer. and then in this cell phone video, you can see them carjack a white vw jetta and speed away.
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blocks before the jetta broke down, so they jacked a second car, a red ford focus, but only a couple of miles out of town, that car broke down. within minutes, the federal emergency center got two reports of hijacked jeks. jeks. vehicles. on the highway out of town, the marines found the ford already on the bed of a tow truck. but no sign of chapo and his lieutenant. they had been picked up by the federal police and taken to a nearby motel. what were they doing in the back seat of the police car? >> translator: they weren't talking. they were relaxed, but they looked confused. >> reporter: no one knows why the federal police took chapo to the motel instead of the jail, but peter vincent has a theory. >> el chapo undoubtedly said, one, you let me go now and i will make you wealthier beyond
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if you should choose to decline my most generous offer, i am not only going to kill you, but i am going to rape and kill your wife and your daughters and i'm going to torture your sons. >> reporter: he has behaved like that in the past? >> he has behaved like that virtually his entire criminal career. >> reporter: bribes and threats? >> bribes and threats, bribes and bullets. luckily, the mexican marines showed up, realized what was going on, and took control of the situation. >> you can watch the rest of bill whitaker's "60 minutes" report on cbsnews.com. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," preview of the supreme court since the death of antonin scalia. new safety concerns over popular hoverboards and michael hayden joins us in the studio. for this monday. thanks for watching.
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shooting suspect demetrium wade. where the deadly shooting happened last year that killed two people and hurt four others. super tuesday is and so are the who want to cast their ballots. what you need if you haven't yet registered.
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wheelchair virginia is "schooling" other people on the slopes. good morning, it's just after 5 o'clock on monday. i'm kimberly mcbroom. i'm garrett turner. and i'm leo hirsbrunner. mainly cloudy today with a stray shower. steadier heavier rain moves in tuesday & wednesday. the murder trial for
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wednesday. the murder trial for demetrius wade is scheduled to start today in roanoke. he is charged with two counts of murder after a shooting on shenandoah avenue in january 2015. two men died in that shooting, and four others got hurt. another man, william cabbler, is also facing charges in that shooting. stay with wdbj7 for all the latest on this case. the defense and prosecution in the kevin quick murder trial will present closing arguments to a jury today. the day will also likely include jury instructions, and the jury could begin deliberations.

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