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this is a debate over your right to be left alone. kentucky senator rand paul reads the charge against the patriot act. key parts of the post-9/11 security program expire overnight, including the controversial practice of bulk collection of phone data by the nsa. no break for parts of texas still under water from record rains. more flooding is expected today while the northeast gets battered by torrential rain. >> the one thing i will never forget is the trust you placed in me. >> the last broadcast. bob schieffer says good-bye after a legendary career in news spanning seven decades. and record run. a 92-year-old woman races into history.
captioning funded by cbs this the "cbs morning news" for monday, june 1st, 20 this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, june 1st, 2015. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the national security agency faces new limits this morning after key parts of the patriot act lapsed overnight. the senate failed to extend the controversial collection of american phone records in a rare sunday session. senator and presidential candidate rand paul made good on a promise to bloc the bill. edward lawrence is in washington. edward, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. this will be the first time actually that congress has taken powers away from the nsa since the september 11th attacks. today senate lawmakers will take up a house approved bill designed to reform part of the government's controversial surveillance program. lawmakers have agreed to move forward with the measure sunday after failing to reach a deal to
extend key parts of the patriot act before a midnight deadline temporarily putting a stop to the nsa's bulk collection of millions of phone records. >> i think a majority of the american people actually do believe the government's gone too far. >> republican senator and pretal candidate rand paul delayed the final vote to extend the program calling it illegal. the mood angered many fell low republicans who sought to simply leave the patriot's act as it. >> we shouldn't be deciding unilaterally as our enemies push forward more aggressively. >> the tools that the government has used over the last dozen years to keep this country safe are integral to making sure that we're able to stop terrorists in their tracks. >> the senate must now work through several amendments to the usa freedom act. the amendment is not expected to
reach possible president obama's desk until later this week. and under current senate rules the passage of the usa freedom act cannot happen before tuesday. senator rand paul concedes it will officially pass. anne-marie? >> edward lawrence in washington. thank you. >> vice president joe biden is mourning the loss of his son beau with close friends and family. president obama and michelle obama traveled by motorcade to offer their condolences. beau biden died of brain cancer after two years. he was 46 years old. >> the world is a better place because of beau. our country is a better place because of beau and our world is a better place because of beau biden. >> funeral arrangements have not been announced. biden leaves behind a wife and two children. and the vice president issued a statement saturdaying beau embodied my father saying a
parent knows success when a child turns out better than he did. beau biden was quite simply the finest man we have ever known. secretary of state john kerry flies home to boston today for treatment to his leg after a bicycle crash. kerry ran into a curb sunday in france now far from the swiss border. he was in geneva for nuclear talks with iran. the accident forced kerr yo to scrap a trip that included a meeting on isis. └>> and millions in the northeast face a wet start to the workweek. powerful thunderstorms are lashing the east coast from new washington to new york and boston. the weather is also bringing cooler temperatures to the region. heavy rain and flash flooding disrupted travel in the new york city area. high watt irzranded cars on new york's lock island expressway. newspaper boxes floated in the streets. the storm also slowed air
travel. and parts of texas face new flooding this morning. on sunday crews recovered the body of a 7-year-old, killed when her family's suv crashed. flooding nearby caused cowboys to help move hundreds of animals to high ground. since last week record rainfall killed at least 31 people in oklahoma and texas. ten people remain missing. and one pilot is dead and another hospitalized when their planes collide in midair. this happened sunday over a beach on italy's central coast. one plane curves into the other. they both fall into the sea. one of the planes tumbleitemtumsitemtumbleitemtumbles close to the beach. that pilot was rescued and taken to the hospital but the other pilot was found dead a mile offshore. and a 9-year-old girl is in critical condition after being hit by an out-of-control car at
the los angeles terminal. the car plowed into a wall at the terminal sunday. police say the driver may have mistaken the gas pedal for the brake. the injured girl was on the sidewalk. the driver and passenger were also hurt. the police are calling it an accident. new york city officials say a scary crane accident could have been much worse. a massive air conditioner plunging about 30 stories sunday after rigging suddenly snapped. the bus-sized unit smashed into the building as it fell tearing holes into the midtown manhattan tower. >> there's a number of setbacks in front of that building. we're lucky that this piece of equipment didn't fall directly into one of those setback roofs. >> the accident injured ten people, but the area was mostly empty because it was sunday morning. >> the gulf nation of qatar has agreed to temporarily continue a travel ban to five men released last year.
the so-called are limited to movement inside qatar but can't leave the country. the obama administration wants the ban extended for six months. the group was released six months ago in exchange for the release of american p.o.w. bowe bergdahl. senator lindsey graham is expected to make his official announcement in south carolina. graham has been elected to the senate three times and served five terms in the house. last month he told cbs he's running because he thinks quote, the world is falling apart. on the democratic side former governor martin o'malley is running for president because voters deserve a choice. he announced his campaign in baltimore. afterward he campaigned in iowa and new hampshire. potential republican candidate jeb bush was on "face the nation" sunday. the former florida governor told bob schieffer he's hoping to announce soon. >> now, you're not telling me there's a pocket you may not run.
>> look. i hope i run to be honest with you. i'd like to run but i haven't made a decision. >> what would happen between now and then that you would choose not to run. >> who knows. i have learned not answer a lot of hypothetical questions. >> you're probably going to run. >> i hope so. i hope i am a candidate in the near future. if i am a candidate by the way, i'll have a chance to talk about my record, share my heart, and offer ideas that will give people a sense that their future might be brighter than it is today. >> bush also said isis is the most important threat to u.s. national security at the moment. that was bob schieffer's last turn as host of "face the nation." coming up on the "morning news"," how the veteran broadcaster said good-bye to cap off his legendary career. but first singer enrique iglesias has a bloody accident after grabbing a drone during the show. this is the "cbs morning news." the next i'm saying... i have this thing called psoriatic arthritis. i had some intense pain. it progressively got worse. my rheumatologist told me about enbrel.
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twice and died. a month earlier, a 20-year-old woman was shot in her car. >> this week we did recover evidence that links these two shootings together. >> reporter: cory romero says she was driving along interstate 25 when her window shattered. romero was shot twice in the neck. >> i don't think it's fair people should have to go out and fear for their lives when they're driving to work. >> reporter: on may 18th john jacoby was found dead next to his bicycle. the 48-year-old was involved in so many community activities people there called him the unofficial mayor of windsor. >> he knew more people than anybody in town. >> in nearby larimer counter several drivers reported their windshields were shattered including randy lyndbloom. >> i knew it was happening. i drive around here all the time. it's something you hear about, know it, but you don't think it's going to happen to you, you know.
soo so far the police say they're only linking jacoby's murder and attack on romero but they won't say how it's connected or what might be behind this string of attacks. the fbi is offering a $10,000 reward for information. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. today's the funeral for the family killed in their washington, d.c., mansion last month. savvas savopoulos his wife and their son as well as their housekeeper died. wint killed them while working for sa involve lis. breaking off an affair. the so-called love locks in paris meet their demise today. then the chronic, widespread pain drained my energy. my doctor and i agreed moving more helps ease fibromyalgia pain. she also prescribed lyrica. for some patients,
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nation" bob schieffer said good-bye on sunday. he said good-bye to millions as he saidretires. >> cbs news correspondent bob schieffer, host of "face the nation", did hit last show. >> i thought back to when i was in ninth grade and saw my byline in the school newspaper right then and thought i wanted to be a reporter. >> he announced his retirement in april. he began to make his name as a reporter covering president kennedy's assassination and the vietnam war. he joined cbs news in 1969. >> whenl i was a young reporter i wanted to work for cbs because walter cronkite was my hero. >> shiver is reaffected on both sides of the aisle for his fairness and no-nonsense style. >> i try to remember the news is not about the noose cast ter but
about those who make it and those affected by it. >> the 78-year-old said he'll probably still watch his old show on sunday mornings. >> i'll be honest i'm going to miss being in the middle of things but the one thing i will never forget is the trust you faced in me and how nice you were to have me as a guest in your home over so many years. meant the world to me. >> that's it for us today as i say good-bye for the last time as moderator of "face the nation." >> craig boswell cbs news washington. starting next sunday john dickerson takes over as the new host of "face the nation" here on cbs. when we return one woman's trash. how a woman dropped off a rare apple computer at a recycling center worth hundreds of thousands. and later an inspiring run. meet the grandmother who broke a marathon record.
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april. the dow dropped 115 points on friday. the s&p lost 13 points. the nasdaq fell 27 points. the auction is on for lunch with billionaire warren buffett. the world ee most expensive lunch raises money for a san francisco charity that helps the foreign ng company sold it to a private collector and now they're trying to find the woman to give her half the money. anne-marie? >> i hope they find her. that's pretty nice of them. i'm going to double-check all the junk in my basement. who knows. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot jill. in sports former mvp josh hamilton says it feels like old
time now that he's back with the texas ranger nchl sunday's game against boston hamilton come awe off the bench to deliver a walk-off double to give texas a 4-3 win. during a postgame interview, hamilton's teammates dumped buckets of gatorade on him and on emily jones. jones tweet add picture of the dress promising to get revechlk on those who doused her. hair yet thompson crossed the finish line of san diego's rock and roll marathon in 27:40. that makes her the oldest woman to ever complete the marathon. this was her 16th marathon. she said she wasn't able to train as much as she usually does. >> my son renny says mom, you'll get better next year. you can train longer. >> thompson says she's unsure if she'll run next year. i think she can take some time
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a historic lighthouse on ma that's vineyard was moved to its new location over the weekend. jim axelrod shows us how they're protecting the landmark. >> reporter: this is a question affecting a team of those. how do you move an iconic 160-year-old 400-on the national treasure. >> all right. we're actually starting to move now. >> reporter: very carefully and very slowly.
just about a foot each minute. the man in charge of relocating the lighthouse len butler the man on the right, says the speed or rather the lack of it reflects it. >> if there's a crack, it could be catastrophic. >> reporter: the lighthouse sits six feet off the ground and is being pushed by soap-lathered steel rails by two hydraulic pistons. it's all being done under the watchful eye of richard skidmore who's been the keeper for the last 25 years. >> i have to say it's gratifying the way the move of this building is manifested. >> reporter: we first met skidmore in 2013. the lighthouse was then just 46 feet away from the fragile cliff's eroding edge. at the time he made a dire prediction. >> we've put a date of 2015 that this lighthouse be moved by that year. >> or what? >> or it would tumble into the sea.
>> reporter: so here they are in 2015 having raised almost $3.5 million to pay for the move and restoration. there has been a lighthouse at this location since 1799. thl one was built in 1856 at a time when the channel below was the busiest shipping lane in the country and the boats were guided by the beacon on the hill. the new location about 130 feet inland should be far enough back to protect it from future erosion for at least another century or hopefully beyond that. >> it's amazingly gratifying to see the love for this monument which i see as being a love for the history of this place. this is the emblem of our shared past. >> mr. skidmore, the lighthouse keeper, says the lighthouse should be open to the public sometime in july.
jim axelrod, cbs news, new york. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on the latest candidates to join the race for the white house. we will hear from john dickerson, the new host of "face the nation." plus, dr. holly phillips tells us about beating fatigue in her new book "exhaustion breakthrough." and james corden, host of "the late late show," joins us in the stew owe. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday morning. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com com
very early monday morning. look at that. some cars on the road. we usually don't see that this early in the morning, but there they are. it is monday june 1. i'm michelle griego. >> what happened to may, what happened to the weekend. i'm frank mallicoat. 4:30 on monday out the door. we have brian and liza. good morning. >> how are we doing. >> i'm doing all right. and michelle, looking good. good to see you. we are going to start with drizzle this morning. you probably hit some this morning. the numbers are mostly in the 50s. concord, 60 degrees. we're going to cool it off today and have the complete forecast in a minute. any trouble on the roads. no trouble so far. it's early and traffic is wide open at the bay bridge toll plaza. by and large, a nice start with no big accident. >> can you imagine waiting at 4:30 to get over the bridge. >> i would be frustrated. >> key elements of the patriot