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his re seattle injuring several firefighters. we are on the scene. and saying good-bye to the fifth beatle, legendary producer george martin. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. a huge voter turnout and i'm talking about a huge voter turnout. >> bernie sanders pulls off a major upset in michigan. >> wve
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but t >> a huge explosion in seattle. >> theui bgldinvere weather in texas and arkansas, oklahoma. power lines were knocked down roofs off buildings. >> a shooter of a pastor in idaho has been arrested after throwing items white house fence. >> taylor force killed during a stng israel. the killer was killed. >> the manhunt for an illegal immigrant from mexico suspected of five murders ended earlys thi
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welcome to "cbs this se mic primary creates the kind of momentum he is a setback for hillary clinton ahead of a debate tonight and primaries next week. >> sanders defied predictions. polls suggested clinton would win easily but clinton scored a landslide victory in mississippi and added more delegates overall than sanders and she is more than halfway to the democratic nomination. nancy cordes is in cleveland where people are already voting in next tuesday's ohio primary. nancy, good morning! >> reporter: good morning. it's fair to say the clinton campaign itself was stunned by this loss. she was leading in the polls by anywhere from 10 to 20 points and at late last night she will still assuring us she would win, but sanders owned the issue that may ha
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than anyone ad aea left his miami rally. so he called thehi people of michigan who kind of repudiatedhe polls. >> reporter: this is how he did it.miigan's young voters under the age of 30. he won white voters by 16 points. and in the state that is home to the auto industry, nearly 60 ps of democratic voters said trade takes away jobs and one of his central themes. >> hillary clinton has supported virtually every one of these disastrous trade policies. >> reporter: it was a blow to clinton who spent the last four days in the state and made the flint water crisis one of her signature issues for months. le we are going to tackle this
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children are at risk. nearly 90h african-american vote and sanders still faces tuesday, including ohio, illinois, and florida. but he has now proven it can change. >> let's show the world that democracy is alive and well with a huge voter turnout. huge! >> reporter: clinton was hoping to celebrate a big michigan win here in cleveland last night, plant the flag for next tuesday's primary. instead, she had to give her speech without knowing the outcome and take an overnight flight to florida where she faces bernie sanders in a
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w theimarin idaho. trump added at leastr garrett ac florida, outside of trump's resort. >> reporter: good morning. inside the ballroom of trump national golf club in jupiter, florida, last night, donald trump celebrated big victories saying he could be more presidential than anyone and treating the audience at times looked like a segment from the home shopping network. >> only one person did well tonight, donald trump. ly tell you. it's true. >> reporter: donald trump celebrated crushing victories in michigan and mississippi with this message to gop forces arrayed ai
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>> i want to thank the special inst to drive these numbers. >> reporter: sounding like a party leader, trump for republi around him. >> i think it's time to unify. we have something special going on in the republican party and, unfortunately, the people of the party, they call them the elites or whatever they call themselves, those are the people that don't respect it yet. >> reporter: but in typical trump fashion he mixed politic with an infciomerndal a displaying trump products that romney said was kaput. >> you see the wine. we have trurmp steaks. he said trump magazine is out. it is? ago. >> reporter: as for the race now the night's biggest losers marco rubio and john kasich must rely on their home states to keep their campaigns alive. >> here we are. it always comes down to florida, doesn't it?
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of ohio and it will be a whole consider yourself the prese >> i don't really. because you have to win. i like to close things out. so until the last person is gone. >> reporter: ted cruz did well enough to carry on but marco rubio's night was so disappointing and some within his inner circle discussing whether a good idea for him to drop off before the tuesday florida primary. those within marco rubio's campaign itself said those discussions are no nowhere. rubio will stay in the fight and predict he will win come next tuesday. >> cbs news political director and "face the nation" moderator john dickerson is in washington. has the effort to stop trump by definition failed? >> yes, it failed certainly in michigan and mississippi. one of the things did it increase turn out for him?
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but it did nothing to slow him.? >> i don't know., thump, over t has taken withering fire and it has not worked. they have gone in his business past and going on whether he is going to destroy the party. neither of those two has worked. remember the bang shot has to work to slow him. marco rubio has to win in florida and kasich in ohio and two different wins and two different candidates, it's a long shot and still looks like one. >> john, talk about the democratic race and that big upset in michigan. although sanders did little to cut into clinton's delegate lead, let's talk about what we found out from the exit polls. sanders won 81% of young voters and 70% of independents and 8 out of 10 voters who said honesty is the most important issue. is that a warning sign for ll
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illinois, ohio, and hi she is still ahead in the delegates and marc a string of upsets and a string of surprises, she is sll headed towards the nomination. so this was a surprise for sure and it shows weakness and anemia in her candidacy that has always been there. the trust numbers are a problem. but we still have to have a lot more upsets by bernie sanders to change the direction in the way this campaign is going. >> how did the pollsters get it so wrong for michigan? >> they misunderstood the electorate there. either a late-breaking shift which is interesting, why did that happen? there have been big foul-ups like this in the past when
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008. about the contests next tuesday? >> "wall street journal" a interesting hene t ng a raises the question about whether white males will be the swing voters. how have they played in this primary electorate? >> they have fueled donald trump's rise. the way he was able to win and pick up the south, the midwest and the northeast. for bernie sanders he has support but hasn't swung him to the victories -- i mean, swing him to some victories but not the whole nomination. >> john dickerson, thank you. a massive explosion in seattle overnight sent nine firefighters to the hospital. the blast leveled at least two buildings. crews responded to the scene after reports of a gas leak. je dubois i
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this building and knocked firefighters to the ground. nine firefighters, as you to be treated for those minor injuries. we have not heard of any other reports of injuries which is incredible because of the size of this explosion. however, two blocks radius from this area we are seeing glass that was shattered from windows. and it's an incredible scene here as firefighters continue to put the hot spots out of this fire. this building collapsed. it was a restaurants or cafe and so they are still trying to figure out what caused this fire and this explosion. again, have not heard of any significant injuri t
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people, but there areecn i'm jeff dubois. weather flash floods overnight in louisiana forced evacuations. several people had to be rescued from the rising water. the violent storms from the gulf coast are blamed for one death. david begnaud is in laughton, louisiana. where a neighborhood is under water. >> reporter: a wild night in northeast louisiana and the win continues to fall at a heavy rate almost ten hours now overnight. there were calls for rescue. people trapped in their homes. others in their cars. and as we come on the air right now, law enforcement is still responding to calls for help. overnight, torrential rain pounded the southern gulf. in laughton, louisiana, dozens h
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mo idly rising water forced the. rt of the state left streets submerged and emergency crews simply inundated. firefighters in greenwood, louisiana, used boats to rescue people trapped in their apartment. >>th by e time i got here, it was completely pointless to try to put sandbags there. it was completely gone. >> oh, my god! >> reporter: this same storm fueled a barrage of thunder and lightning in texas. more than 750 strikes hit around san antonio last night and just a five-minute time period. more than 20,000 people lost power there. >> look at the stuff flying around! >> reporter: the system produced this ef-1 tornado in texas and winds 70-mile-per-hour destroyed this housing complex and left this trailer park in the city of tovar a mangled mess and two people injured. >> came through. just wow.
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completely unbelievable. r flooded including the one behin e t irist killed yesterday by a palestinian attacker. 28-year-old taylor force was an army combat veteran from texas who completed tours of duty in iraq and afghanistan. at least 12 other people were wounded by the knife-wielding man who was shot and killed by police. amateur video apparently shows the attacker running along a boardwalk. vice president biden was less than a mile away from the attack and discussed the events this morning with
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minister benjamin nemetaaheniow says an air strike last week likely killed achhen. 12 isis fighters may have died.. the pentagon says his death would hurt the terrorist group's ability to recruit foreign fighters. britain's prime minister calls george martin a giant of music. the legendary record producer who brought theeatl to the world died last night. he was 90. paul mccartney said martin was like a second
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him the mostrr tweeted, thank nd rock 'n' roll. ♪ >> reporter: it was george martin, a jazz and comedy producer who signed the group their first reorganized contract in 1962. and helped launch a revolution. >> i knew their repertoire and what they were able to record and said let's record every song you got. came down to the studios and whistled through their songs in a day. ♪ >> reporter: martin was behind 30 of the beatles number one
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all my troubles seemed to far away ♪ burned out long before ♪ r: r andon diana. >> he pretty much could have hung up his hat after the beatles but he continued to work with every from dire straits and meatloaf and celine dion. >> reporter: george martin produced 700 records but the work with the beatles that propelled him, there, and everywhere. >> the first record producer i ever worked with, with the beatles. and working with him
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very easy for me. it's not very flattering to him, producer. he is one of the best in the world. >> wow. >> wow a few amount of years. >> i know. think about that. every other british record company had turned down the beatles and he signed them. >> he knew. how many pictures you see he's in those pictures and you might not have noticed him before but you noticed him now. a man who approached the white fence was already a wanted man. the capture of the suspect
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night and included a flash driv wanted in the attemde pminent i the secret s threw unknown material over the south fence line at the white house complex. he was taken into custody without further incident. when agents searched law enforcement databases, outstanding warrant for attempted murder first-degree was discovered. police inin coeur d'alene, dlo, said odom planted the attack on church pastor remington who was shot in the back and skull as he walked in the parking lot after sunday's services. >> the bullet basically ricocheted, you know, in and hien in his skull right above
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the day after he was charged wi dangerous. >> how cou s odom flew from boise, idaho, the day after the shooting to washington, d.c. a manifesto mailed to his family and news organizations mentioned lawmakers by name. >> probably a dozen or 15 or so u.s. senators along with probably that twice amount from the u.s. house. >> reporter: idaho authorities said they were also concerned about odom's facebook page. on tuesday, his profile picture was changed to a drawing of an ie in this post appeared saying things are not what they appear to be. the world is ruled by an ancient civilization from mars. i have no time. i have to go. po s
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scare. >> i will netrissiippi by a landslide but that state awarded 94 they are realistic. republican race. donald trump won three of the four states voting last night. ted cruz won the idaho primary. those four states share the delegates among candidates so trump's lead over cruz is still less than 100. marco rubio remains third but so far he has not qualified from for a single delegates from last nit.
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heard. w he was the know? about credit that each of them deserved sometimes afterwards but they never argued about what he had given them. they always showed him respect. they always showed him consideration. they always acknowledged what he had done with them, for them. >> i like how you said he looked like a banker but had he a wicked sense of humor and you said so did the beatles. >> that's right. they bonded because he was part of the comedy revolution. he recorded peter sellers and recorded these guys who were turning england on fire with their surrealist sense of hucmo. when they first got to the studio he sets up the microphones and anything you don't like? and george harrison said, i don't like your tie for
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within hours ofsharpova's >> sharpova faces a maximum four-year suspension but at age 28 she can make a comeback. whether she be bankable as a popular star is a whole other matter. i think as an athlete you have to have a responsibility to know what is performance enhancing and what is right, because there's never going to be a way for these agencies to keep up with the amount of drugs that are out there on the market just because it's not on the banned list doesn't mean it's okay to use and that is up to the athlete's discretion. >> so much is at stake. not only the future of their careers but also their endorsements, everything. >> absolutely. >> great reporting. >> good to see you, allie, two days in a row. i like it! >> a college student says his moment with "the boss" made m
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i wonder what else could be better around here? (man) i heard tha moh online with no l contract. 100 meg speeds at a price this good? fios can do that. cable just can't. switch to better. switch to fios remembering all of your passwords can be a pain and one survey found that 20% of people keep track of their passwords in a notebad or near their computer or on a smartphone. technology could make passwords a thing of the past. a world with no passwords? do you see that, really? >> what we have now is so
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unsustainable. passwords. >> what do you recommend? >> in the futee are mov forwards m laptop canf looking me. the password is still there underlying everything. >> i heard something about a selfie password. i tried the fingerprint and couldn't remember what finger i used! that tells you how much i use a fingerprint. i could not remember! i'm so used to typing this things so i banned that idea. i heard something about a selfie password. >> the credit card companies and banks are concerned about this and using new things like using your phone as goting
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that is fun and our computers now or more importantly on our phones. i think we can't go the way we are going and i think biometric is the future. >> what is it? what is the formula? give an example. >> netflix with the n and x and have a catch phrase and something unique. all you have to do is remember that phrase and your formula. don't use the one that we show people as an example. come up with your own. it's the best of the bad solutions but i don't think it's perfect. >> if everything is now on your phone, even if you use an app that controls all of your passwords a
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other stuff on their phone. everything? >> if you think about wouritis overal look at the list that comes out extra layer of encryption that apple is making is important today to make sure your data is not locked behind a password but encrypted. a month ago who knew their phone was encrypted or whether or not they had that capability? today everybody knows and important we are having this conversation now about that. >> interestng, dan. >> thank you. a wisconsin first grader likes to give a teacher a smile and a wave. so the teacher is giving her something that could save her life. that story is next on "cbs this morning." ♪
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