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that's all for this edition of "dateline." i'm natalie morales. thank you for watching. [music playing] the news starts now. >> i'm shepard smith this is the news on cnbc. >> the escapee and the jail guard were armed to the teeth and ready for battle. >> the fugitive was going tone gauge in a shootout with law enforcement. the guns cops found in their car and what the sheriff says likely saved his deputies lives. >> i believe inflation is our
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top economic challenge right now. >> the plans to ease pain with food and gas prices on the rise. >> i've never seen anything ike this before. >> andrew ross sorkin. in west virginia two incumbent republicans vying for the same seat in congress one endorsed by president trump. the other backed by democratic senator joe manchin and the republican governor. flu still spreading with summer coming the latest flu surge in 40 years. what doctors are seeing and recommending why finding a new home may finally be getting easier. testing drugs so fentanyl doesn't kill users and being built this. they wanted a shootout and they were ready to kill. te skapd inmate who survived
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capture after 11 days on the run, had a car full of deadly weapons. admitted he was ready to fire at cops and confessed he was prepared to die. that was what the sheriff revealed today after the fugitive pair med freedom's end in the indiana county he protects sheriff david wedding says officers stopped that from happening when altogether they rammed their vehicles into the getaway car and crashed it into a ditch. >> by our quick thinking and al action sometimes people may call that unnecessary action but that action saved many of off deputies and law enforcement officers lives >> vicky white had all of this four handguns. several semi automatic weapon, including this ar 15 in that car with them and he could have used
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any one of them to ambush officers but instead the getaway car flipped. casey white surrendered and the sheriffs say that is when detectives believe vicky white shot herself. >> preliminary investigation we don't believe he shot her but eh once the coroner examines the body pathology he can make a determination of that. >> casey white made his first court appearance today he was in indiana. signed an extradition order and we're expecting him to arrive at the alabama courthouse for arraignment. live at the courthouse in alabama. >> police cars, a dramatic crash and a gunshot wound.
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they found themselves at a dead end. >> one still trapped in the treekd and another who is disabled, alert and disoriented. >> authorities acting on tips found evidence of the pair in evansville, indiana. casey white seen abandoning this truck at a car wash on surveillance video. >> i seen this is probably the guy from alabama as soon as i seen it the windows are down keys anything in addition. perfectly good truck why would you walk away gr a good truck i google drive hid picture from alabama. i seen the tattoos on his arms held the pictures i. the tattoos match. >> reporter: more information led them to this nearby hotel. >> the members of the u.s. task force basically rammed the vehicle and pushed it into a ditch. and we later found out had they
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not done that, the fugitive was going to engage in a shootout with law enforcement. >> reporter: casey white was finally back in handcuffs but vicky white didn't survive. >> found out she took her own life has just been a roller coaster. >> reporter: her colleagues in alabama devastated by her death and the revelation the woman named employee of the year was someone they knew very little about. >> our employees have been through a full range of emotions the last week and a half, from fear and concern for her when this first was reported and then finding out she was actively involved and actually final that she probably was the mastermind behind the whole plan. >> reporter: sheriff singleton left to wonder was it really all for a jail house romance. >> why were you doing this what were you thinking why would you even go there? i still don't understand it. it is not the vicky white we
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knew. and the sheriffs out of expects casey white to arrive here some time tonight tween 9:0 and 1030 local time. he'll appear before a judge and then to a facility, housed by himself, in a cell by himself for the time being for vicky white. she was nominated employee of the year just this year. she was going to be honored with that distinction at a ceremony some time next week. >> reporter: valorie kas rio live in flornz alabama. the cost of everything keeps going up, it will wreck the economy and make america a living he will for many families inflation is president biden's top domestic priority. in march a 40 year high, 8.5%
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according to the labor department, more than triple than march of last year. the worst at the pump. the national average for a gallon of gas is skyrocketing. 4:37 today in a speech the president said there are two reasons the pandemic is high the pandemic and the war in ukraine but he insists there is a fix. >> my plan so to lower employer -- lower every day costs for hard working americans. and lower the deficit by asking large corporations and the wealthiest americans to not engage in price gouging and to pay their fair share in taxes. >> and the president is trying to put the focus on the republicans, what he called their you wultra mega agenda. won't fix he said. and that opponents have no plan to cool inflation. first, cnbc senior white house correspondent on the whitehouse
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plan to peat back rising prices. >> reporter: president biden turned up his messaging a not. attempting to cast blame oj trump allied republicans and russia as inflation continues up and vote ert say it is their top domestic worry when asked when inflation would return to normal levels, mr. biden suggested likely not before the midterms. >> i'm not going predict that. it ranges depending on who you talk to. some by the end of next year, others by the end of this year >> reporter: the remarks one day before the u.s. is expected to report inflation that's topped 5% for an entire year. well before the 2% range preferred by the federal reserve, which fights inflation by raising interest rates. there are two policy tools in the near term that knockouts are still considering. one suspending the federal gas tax though they are worried oil companies won't pass the savings
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on to consumers. the second is lowering or removing tariffs on consumer goods from china press secretary jen psaki said there will be a decision on that in the coming weeks. >> we didn't feel that the ones that were in place when the president took office were all advantageous and were doing what they need to do. to make clear what our positions were on china's approach to investment and economic engagement which we've been clear about our issues with. and we have -- but we are continuing to review where it would be advantageous. >> reporter: already the white house released oil from emergency reverses and investigating corporations for price gouging. any impact from those has opinion temporary. rick scott, a florida senator mr. biden singled out. he said today the most effective thing the president can do is resign shep >> another wild day for the
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market nasdaq ended up about a percent. the dow and s&p within a quarter percent of flat at market close but the volatility ahead of tomorrow's important report on inflation. the labor department set to release the consumer price index for the month of april that measures the average change in prices people pay for goods and services such as groceries and energies cnbc's andrew ross sorkin with us now "squawk box" anchor. will we see signs inflation may have peeked? what are you seeing? >> i think there is actually expectation we may see it has picked if it had peeked i think that will be a very good sign for the markets and in this environment given the volatility, everybody is looking for anything that looks positive having said that, if in fact it doesn't look like its peeked and again, president biden is right. it could still continue throughout the rest of the year. but the expectation is that it is going to come down throughout
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the rest of this calendar year but if it is worse than people expect, that is going to make, create a view that the federal reserve is going to have to act even more harshly than they have thus far, which means more increases in interest rates. and that is the question what does the fed do as a result of this? >> but isn't it possible that the feds already so far behind the curve that the fed may not be able to contain this. >> there is no question. the fed has -- the fed has a great conundrum in front of it the administration, president biden has a great conundrum in front of him because there are not very many tools that can solve this problem, because the problem at this moment is still about supply there still is just not enough supply across the board. whether it is gas at the pump or labor or just about anything else at a time when there is huge demand. what to to you the only tool they have is a
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blunt instrument it is to reduce demand >> you can't get the supply out of china and can't stop the war in ukraine so we see all this volatility. if inflation starts to throw slow in this report tomorrow, might the markets ease up? >> i think they will the question is whether it is going to be a head fake. whether this report really is going to be the one that portends what is about to happen more broodly for the year or whether we might have had a moment where it starts to dip. but then as we know there are still -- because covid has not gone away sadly. the war has not gone away. so whether those things ramp back up in other ways we haven't expected, that's still going to be on investors minds going forward. >> we've had head fakes before and they've been disastrous. thank you for your time. this morning about russian president vladimir putin came today. what u.s. intelligence is now reporting about his next potential move
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plus new images from inside the mariupol steel plant where we're told soldiers and civilians are still trapped. plus what killed three american tourists in the bahamas? now the specific complaints about other guests at the resort those are being investigated as police wait for some key investigation. and the partnership that led to one of the most popular video games ever is over why ea sports and feoff are no longer on the same teamifa are longer on the same team.
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the world go the world's got a warning today from america's top spy vladimir putin's invasion of ukraine will likely escalate and get more unpredictable in the next months. and putin may turn to more drastic means to win the war if he feels like the russians are
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losing the director of national intelligence telling senators today the russian dictator is p preparing for a long drawn out fight. he still wants to conquer more than eastern ukraine >> the next month or two will be significant as russians attempt to reinvigorate efforts. but even if they are successful, we are not confident the fight in the donbas will effectively end the war. we assess president putin is preparing for prolonged conflict in ukraine, during which he still inintends to achieve goals beyond the donbas. >> last night russia unleashed a deadly barrage of missiles on the coastal city of odesa. ukraine claims some were hyper sonic missiles russia wants the down but the russian military doesn't have the capability right now to launch an offensive by ground or
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sea to take the city and russia continues its unrelenting assault on the steel plant in mariupol. the russias now occupy the city where ukraine claims hundreds of ukrainian fighters are completely surrounded and fighting to the death. new photos from their underground bunker shows the dismal conditions. they are begging the world to act and help rescue the wounded fighters who are no longer combatants >> reporter: you heard that intel assessment that fighting would be fierce in the east and that is what we're seeing. the last 24 hours in the province, at least 13 villages coming under russian shelling. at least 12 civilians killed, another 7 people wounded we've seen villages in the
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kharkiv region back and forth. with russian troops pushing back on the southern front of this war, the city of odesa taking a heavy pounding the last 48 hours. according to president zelinsky, some 25 missiles fired at that city on may 8th and may 9th. the targets look like civilian targets, a mall, apartment buildings hit in the strikes and this is of course one of the seven port cities that ukraine relies on to export, we understand the gdp could fall some 30% and it will raise a food crisis around the world president zelinsky addressing that in this his nightly video message saying there could be a food crisis around the world we've heard from the director of the world food program who i sas the grain silos here are full while some 40 million around the world march towards hunger a growing concern, shep when you have rising food prices and
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inability to export goods. a crisis upon a crisis according to officials. live in kyiv new details now into the investigation in three american who is mysteriously died at popular resort in the bahamas. several guests tell nbc news they complained about a strong odor at the sandals resort some say they believe it may have been an insecticide so forensics teams are searching the property for any trace of toxic chemicals. >> our forensic scientists are also collected samples from the rooms and properties to determine whether or not any contaminates are present. >> investigators say think they are also looking at water heaters and elsewhere for potential leaks. dying last week while staying at this split villa the police in the bahamas say those reports may be available
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as early as next week. but that complete autopsies will likely take longer spring has sprung and we're still stuck with flu late for a surge but we've got one. how the experts are explaining it and what the doctors are recommending plus another announcement from the potential new owner of twitter. why elon musk says the social media site made a big mistake when it banned the former president. and an answer on whether he plans to welcome mr. trump back.
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summer's just six weeks away but flu season didn't get swept summer is just six weeks away but flu season didn't get swishd away with winter. new data shows more than 8% of all flu tests confirmed positive this week.ed away with winter. new data shows more than 8% of all flu tests confirmed positive this week. so far the cdc estimates 6 million cases and 60,000 hospitalizations in week flu killed hundreds of americans, including two dozen kids according to the stat
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states across the country are seeing a late season spike in flu numbers. the first time in decades that flu season has peaked after march. but the experts say this year is still not nearly as bad as previous years before the pandemiceporter: well, cnbc's meg tirrell covers science and medicine why is flu still around and spreading so quick >> the short answer is nobody knows exactly. there is speculation that as people have taken off masks and started gathering more could be contributing to flu come back in a bigger way also we all know flu is typically a winter virus ticking up in october and peaking between december and february but this year may have seen a peak in april. and the cdc tells us it is too soon to know if flu season has peaked yet and it is not evenly distributed. new mexico appears particularly hard hit right now dr. melissa martinez from
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university of new mexico health sciences. >> for the past two years its been covid, covid, covid and now suddenly we're seeing cases of influenza, which is pretty unusual because of what's been going on the last couple of years that we've seen lots of covid. but also it is unusual this late in the year to be seeing affluenza cases. >> reporter: she'd still recommend getting the flu shot even this late in the season because they are still seeing cases. while this year's shot wasn't a great match for circulating strains, that analysis was done without much flu circulating but this unseasonal flu is confounding experts. epidemiologist dr.ose ehole pointed out -- he is one driver could be a phenomenon known as viral interference the idea that one virus caches hold at a time blocks out others due to
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something about how hur immune systems respond. even if flu is seing an out of season search it is still eclipsed by the scope of covid which is currently causing more than 70,000 cases and 300 deaths a day in the u.s shep. >> 70,000 a day. wow. thanks very much appreciate it. elon musk is ready to welcome the former president back to twitter. the soon to be owner of the social media company tells the financial times he thinks that the decision to ban president trump was a mistake because it ill nate ad large part of the country and did not ultimately result in donald trump not having a voice he went on to say he would reverse the permanent ban following the takeover but will at the real donald trump make a return? last month he told nbc's joel kernan he went go back on
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twitter but he likes elon musk a lot. suspended in january of last year, inside of the quote of risk of further incitement of violence following the insurrection at the time president trump had more than 80 million followers still trying to find a new house? there is finally something good to report. new data on supply, and why it could be an indicator of even better things to come. voters in west virginia head to the polls. on one side of the gop ticket, a candidate known for bipartisanship who is backed by a democratic on the other, a candidate endorsed by former president trump. we're on the ground for the latest test of the former president's hold on the party. as we approach the bottom of hour and top of the news on cnbc to go our cost for shipping, were cut in half just like that go to shipstation/tv and get 2 months free
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good news for hopeful home buyers the tight inventory that frustrated potential buyers and drove up prices could start to ease trends point to an increase in number of homes for sale the next few weeks the lack of homes coupled with high demand caused prices to soar up about 34% nationwide average since the start of the pandemic what will the new dynamic mean for buyers and sellers diana, what are the realtors saying >> the realtor com just reported april numbers showing the supply of active listings was still
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down 12% from a year ago but then they looked at the last week of april and supply was down only about 3% the chief economist danielle hale says april data suggests the positive turn of events is on the horizon for weary buyers. of course weary buyers are now facing not just high home prices but rising mortgage rates and that is helping the supply higher mortgage rates are side lining buyers and consequently slowing sales, which leaves more on the market. shep. >> where are we seeing the biggest changes? and are some markets already seeing big gains >> a few of the markets are in the positive, like phoenix kansas city, detroit memphis and even austin which was a super hot market but most markets still have fewer active listings than last year and some of the biggest drops in chicago, l.a., miami, seattle, d.c. and boston. but i spoke with an agent in boston, and she's starting to
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see some changes >> i know everybody wants to hear that prices are cooling we haven't seen that yet but i will say i'm starting to have hard conversations with sellers who want to be listing super aggressive but it may not be in their best interest for trying to sell quick because buyers are very sensitive to price right now. >> buyers are also very savvy about pricing right now given everything listed online and all the competition many of them have already been through. game over for one of the most successful sports partnerships and that's topping cnbc's "on the money. ea sports and fifa calling it quits. they first teamed up in 1993, nearly 30 years and $20 billion in sales later, they have one of the most popular video games anywhere now after months of negotiation, the companies attempt to extend the deal came up empty
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ea reports it will rebrand its soccer game after next summer's women's world cup. and an ea executive says licensing deals will still allow the company to feature most of the world's most famous clubs and star players apple discontinuing the ipad touch. ending an era of portable music players apple kicked off more than 20 years ago with the ipad. next gen phones and watches making the gadgets on sleet. apple repleased the first touch years ago. and latest version in 2019 goldfish angling for a new taste. pep ridge farm teaming with maryland's famous old by a seasoning. everything from french fries to vodka, and now gold phish. kids don't try them on the ones that sbim. old bay crackers getting a limited run and already sold out
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with nine hours after release but old bay's maker reports new bags will be available by the end of the month second degree. on wall street the dow down 85 nasdaq up 114. i'm shepard smith on cnbc. it is the bottom of the hour time for the top of the news ukraine's ambassador to the u.s. makes a final push for more aid before a key vote on capitol hill test your cocaine before your snort it, the weapon to keep fentanyl from killing drug users. but first, is former president trump still the republican king maker? we may find out tonight in west virginia because voters are at the polls there and in nebraska. both solidly red states so the republican primaries likely to decide who wins in november. in west virginia a newly drawn
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district forced two sitting republican lawmakers to face-off for one season congressman mckinley is known for occasionally crossing the aisle. he was one of just 13 republicans in the house who voted for president biden's infrastructure bill back in november could help him too because it is set to put about $6 billion towards west virginia roads and bridges which consistently rank among the nation's worst but congressman moon has the backing of former president trump. he's a long time trump supporter and voted against certifying the 2020 election. vaughn hill yard in wheeling, west virginia. >> reporter: good evening. one minute ago the polls here in west virginia closed and the stakes are high in this. because when you look at 2022 map there are certain republican incumbent who is donald trump who is eyeing his own 2024 potential presidential run has
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put his eyes on individuals who have either voted to impeach him or did not object to the 2020 election results david mckinley also voted for what would have been the independent january 6 commission which drew the ire of the former president. that is when redistricting took shape in place alex moon and david mckinley in the same district and the other night in neighboring pennsylvania, donald trump held a rally and invited west virginia's alex moon to join him up on stage. and that is where the question comes down to what impact does former president trump have on the voters and is he able to effectively oust the likes of david mckinley and other republican incumbent in the country. mckindl is the one from the area but you guys are with? with moon. >> we like trump and trump endorsed him. >> we decided to stick with
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mckinley. >> donald trump endorsed moon. >> i know that and that disappointed me but mckinley's done a lot for the state of west virginia. >> questionable. don't know which way to go being a trump fan. and then mckinley being around so long. >> reporter: i was talking to long time relationspublican her telling me look if we looked in the traditional way on paper david mckinley would run away with this. he started serving this community in 1980. but this is a different era of republican politics and donald trump could potentially help alex moon, ridgefully the state of maryland, put him over the top. >> vaughn hillyard live in wheeling, west virginia. and nebraska voting too. another test for the former president's sway as two relationships face off in the'ry
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for governor mr. trump endorsed charles herbster he's facing off against a veterinarian and pig farmer endorsed by the current term limited governor pete richts but a third candidate could play spoiler. brett lindstrom. polls close there at 9:00 eastern. the current members of the house of representatives are preparing to vote tonight on an aid package for ukraine. $40 billion. it is to pay for military, academic and humanitarian help as vladimir putin's bloody invasion tracks on president biden urged congress to pass the bill immediately today he met with house speaker nancy pelosi and members of the relegation who recently traveled
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to kyiv. elon moye with more on the aid. >> reporter: what we know is that house speaker nancy pelosi has witnessed the devastation in ukraine first hand and she said she discussed four issues with president biden. those are security, sanctions, as well as humanitarian and economic assistance. >> -- put forward is because of the urgency that we saw when we were in the ukraine and in poland we can't wait. time is of the essence time is life and death situations >> reporter: that is why in just about an hour the house is going to vote on another emergency package even bigger that be what the white house initially requested. 3.4 billion more for food aide and 3.4 billion more for military equipment and that on top of the $33 billion that the administration had already proposed now this bill is likely to pass, though there are still some things that democrats and republicans do need to hash out.
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but the big obstacle linking this money to covid relief is gone senate gop leader mitch mcconnell told reporters he called president biden directly and said help for ukraine must move on its own if he wants republicans to support it. >> call back about 15 minutes and agreed that we need do this ukraine only, and quick. i think we're on a path to getting that done. >> reporter: so congress can move fast when there is agreement on what they need to do. >> and we're expecting a short time, a vote on abortion rights. >> well, that's right, shep. what we're going to find out is that the bipartisanship that we've seen around ukraine breaks down when it comes to abortion there is no way the democrats are going to get the 60 votes they need in order to pass this codification of roe v. wade. and in fact they may not even get the 50 votes of all single
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democrats. we know senator bob casey who described himself as pro life has said he will support the bill because he says he wants to prevent a total ban on abortions. but shep, joe manchin remains the lone holdout among democratic senators. he's still undecided so, remember ferdinand marcos, the brutal and bloody dictator who ruled the philippines with an iron fist and looted billions of dollars from the country now it looks like his son is about to be president. 36 years after a revolution toppled his dad and forced his family into exile. appears ferdinand moorbgz jr. has won a landslide victory in the philippine presidential election he's telling the world to judge him by his actions not his family's past. he ree fused to talk about the
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atrocities of his father's regime his election could have implications for america he's said he wants to pursue closer ties with china well as fentanyl overdoses rise across the country. a way to test whether drugs are laced. we watched one man check what's in his cocaine plus the debate over making this test widely available. and bad news on the climate front. the dangerous temperature scientists say we're headed for that just seven years ago wasn't even a con kern. n. now we're shipping out orders 5 times faster and thanks to shipstation's discounted rates we're saving a ton. honestly, we couldn't do it without shipstation join over 100,000 online sellers who get ship done with shipstation
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the celebrity chef not guilty of indecent assault and battery. batali waived his righ celebrity chef mario vitali not guilty a judge in boston released the
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ruling today the woman accused vitali of forcibly kissing and groping her at a restaurant in 20'17". e pleaded not guilty several other women also accused vitali of inappropriately touching them during the height of the #metoo movement following allegations, mario vitali stepped down from day to day operations at his restaurants and businesses he also left his cooking show. vitali issued an apology, acknowledging some of allegations matched the way he had acted. he says he takes full responsibility for his actions the woman in new york city accused of shovingan 87 year old broadway voice coach to her death ordered held without bail today. the judge saying he considers her a serious flight risk. she pled not guilty today to manslaughter and assault charges. the attack happened in march prosecutors say she cursed at, then pushed the grandmother to the ground
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she hit her head on the sidewalk and died five days later after the attack, prosecutors say she scrubbed her social media accounts and her wedding website. they say she also confessed to her fiancé her lawyer said the evidence really isn't clear he suggested the push may have been accidental or the woman tripped. she faces up to 25 years behind bars if convicted. drug users are dropping dead from fentanyl in unprecedented numbers. dealers are cutting drugs with fentanyl and often users never know it. today is the first national fentanyl awareness day fentanyl overdoses are now the number one cause of death for americans age 18-45. last year and the year before, nearly 80,000 people in that age group died of fentanyl over dose now there is a new push to make
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it easier for folks to test their drugs before they use. vectors say it could save thousand os lives. >> you put that in the water. >> reporter: you are watching a recreational drug user test his cocaine for fentanyl he shot this video for cnbc and asked us to conceal his identity and distort his voice. >> that is a very, very clear positive result. >> reporter: that little line means it is positive for fentanyl >> well i could have died from this like holding a loaded gun. >> reporter: he agreed to speak because he's fed up seeing tainted drugs kill his friends. >> i've personally known 23 people died from fentanyl laced, pressed pills that were zooiz disguised as either zahn exor
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percocet it is terrifying the only reassurance i is there are test trip strips out there and g pretty accessible. >> reporter: the test trips given it out >> we're distributing test strips every week. just refilling. >> i saw how many friends died they thought taking cocaine or t her bar in new york city. >> in the zahxa xanax. >> in the eighties and nineties with the aids crisis all the bars and restaurants kept condoms i'd like to see that happening. >> reporter: but this test is
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illegal in the 25 states in red. because the strip is considered drug paraphernalia one of those states? kansas. >> to legalize paraphernalia does not address the illegal use of drugs it doesn't address the illegal sale of drugs. >> reporter: state senator molly bumgarner recently poepz oepzed a provision that how would woik fentanyl testing strips legal in her state. >> to be clear, fentanylo have an tesatt strips do not save lives. >> they allow people to have informed consent before tay take something. >> they lost their 22 year old son charlie after he took one pill laced with fentanyl >> any drug your young person might sample or try could potentially be contaminated with
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fentanyl so there really is no such thing as a kid who is safe from this. >> reporter: he says charlie thought he was taking the precipitation painkiller percocet. >> which he got from a dealer on social media it turned out to be a counterfeit pil entirely made of fentanyl. >> reporter: ed says charlie didn't use a test trip and he's not sure that would have saved his life. part of the reason testing pills is more difficult than testing a powder substance like ukraine to start you have to crush the entire pill to get a result. >> i think test strips should be legal in every state but if you don't discuss the limitations when it comes to pills, you may be causing more harm than good and acced's biggest worry i kids maybe getting a negative test result testing one pill in a bag and then start to think well this clears up all of the
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pills. ed says that could be a deadly mistake. >> andrea day. thank you. wild fires raging across the southwest and the worst of it is in new mexico. right now data there shows at least 8 active fires burning in the state. the onn santa fe ite tha ls alreadt month.y burnd ac moring to fire officials, it's thee than 200,000 acres near sanity fay. it started ad twota fe it started ad two -- high winds, hot dry weather expected to continue at least through thursday well the world now has a 50/50 chance of hitting a dangerous climate change temperature mark within the next five years that's new today according to a report from the world meteorological organization. the key mark, a yearly average of 2.7 degrees fahrenheit above
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where temperature levels were in the late 1800s, scientists say there is a 48% chance of reaching that mark by at least once in 2026 that is a big change from estimates made just seven years ago. back then scientists put the odds of hitting that temperature at zero. in a statement, the organization's secretary general writes this isn't a random statistic, saying in part it is an indicator of the point at which climate impacts will become increasingly harmful for people and indeed the entire planet the report also notes more than 90% chance one of the next five years will be the warmest year ever recorded. what's tom brady worth as the future face of football on fox and the front man, apparently, for much of the company? well t murdocks own fox. and the new york post and that paper is floating a large dollar figure
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larger than he's earned in 22 years of football. and sink your teeth into this. the shoreline this shark has been stalking. and where he would be headed and your future vacation could be a destination so so far away. even frequently flyer miles would never get you there. inside the plans for a future hotel, in space.
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no charges against iron mike tyson. a california district attorney made the decision today. no charges against iron mike tyson. a california district attorney made the decision today. after tmz sports got a video of the former heavyweight champ punching a passenger on a jet blue flight. it happened almost a month ago on a trip from san francisco to florida. representatives for tiniest say the passenger got aggressive and threw a water bottle at mike while he was sitting in his seat an attorney for the passenger said he didn't throw a water
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bolt he said his client was just overly excited travel is back in a big way. and soon your trip could be straight up. to this. the pioneer station. it is a kind of space hotel. the company says it is the first of its kind operation geared towards vacationing near the stars. cnbc's morgan brennan reports on the next frontier of travel. >> the jetson's first captured the imagination of americans more than 60 years ago about life in space. now that fantasy may be closer to reality than you think. start-up orbital assembly's pioneer station is expected to begin circling earth as soon as 2025 with its larger sister
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station voyager poised to open a few years later. these will be commercial habitats, what the company calls business parks centered around offices and space tourism. >> we're looking at a number of different industry, large scale manufacturing. tourism, and also just b 2 b services such as day to day processes and communications. >> for people to work and play in space with gravity sitting at a restaurant, enjoying the view. even playing basketball. >> we're building artificial gravity space stations which we believe are imperative for having people live long periods in a healthy way. >> pioneer will hold 28 people at a time and have 14,000 cubic feet of space. but as orbital assembly gets ready to enlist more investors and begin signing up tenants, it is betting that this is just the beginning. >> in the next few years, space
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and people living and working in space is going to become just as common place as someone going down and working at a starbuck's. >> orbital assembly will have competition. a number of companies are racing to develop commercial space stations, including blue origin, northrop grumman, nan rex and axiom space which just completed its first all private human space flight andy warhol's silk screen called shot sage blue marlin just became the priciest painting of the 20th century last night this painting of the iconic act recess showed for 195 million. the most money ever paid at auction for a piece of american art. back in 1964 a performance artist went into warhol's studio and shot a stack of four of the paintings. shot sage blue marlin, marilyn,
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i should say is the only one without a bullet hole bidding less lasted less than four minutes no buyer identified but experts say the new wave favors collects of art that's bigger and brighter the sale did set a record but some dealers were estimating it might bring as much as 400 million. of course marilyn is just the beginning. christys and sothebys set to auction 2 billion in arts in next woo weeks. well the greatest quarterback of all time is now setting records off the field. tom brady will be fox sports lead nfl analyst whenever he retires. they didn't release his sally but the murdocks also own the new york post. it is reporting the 7 time super bowl champion agreed to a 10
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year 375 million dollar contract that bowled make it the richest contract in sports broadcasting history. brady tweeted he's excited but that he has unfinished business on the field of course tom brady briefly called it quit this is past off season, then unquit to play a 23rd season as a 45 year old man for tampa bay. there is a massive great white shark being attracted along the east coast they have named him iron bound and here he isswim 13,000 miles this map has tracked over just the last month near the they have watched him swim 13,000 miles this map tracked the last month near south carolina in mid april. the jersey shore by the end of the month. and today trackers say he's doing laps off north carolina. he's a big fella iron bound is more than 12 feet long weighs nearly a thousand pounds.
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55 seconds on a race to the finish, new dash cam video shows the capture of that escaped alabama inmate after an 11 day man hunt cops rammed casey white's vehicle into a ditch after a brief chase in indiana this is all news the sheriff says the car was full of guns, and he was preparing for a shootout the prison guard who helped him escape reportedly shot herself and has now died america's top spy says vladimir putin will likely escalate his invasion of ukraine in the coming months and might turn to more drastic measures to win the war. the director of national intelligence warns senators today that putin is preparing for a long drawn out fight now you know the news. the news of this tuesday, may the 10th, 2022 i'm shepard smith. for all of us here thanks for checking in see you tomorrow night
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