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from the broadcast center in new york city. i'm any shill miller. captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, june 1st, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." a large explosion sparks a fire at a wisconsin plant, injuring several people. today's the day president trump says he's ready to announce whether the u.s. will stay in the paris climate agreement. and mr. trump and hillary clinton face off again, this time on twitter. plus, captured on police dash cam, the arrest of golf great, tiger woods. closed.
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president trump says he'll announce his decision on whether or not to keep the united states in the paris climate exchange. the president has been pressed to stay by european leaders, but before taking office mr. trump claimed climate change was a hoax. good morning, anne-marie. the white house is cautioning
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details are still being finalized and the president has been known to change his mind last mind. it's possible he could pull the nation out of the deal or attempt to renegotiate president trump took to twittere america great again. while the president wolt not indicate which way he was leaning yesterday, cbs news learned mr. trum already told confidante he will withdraw from the paris climate agreement. >> reached in 2015 it called for nearly 200 nations including the u.s. to reduce carbon emissions, enough to keep global warming under 6 degrees fahrenheit.
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witsd said ung doing it would be disastrous for president trump. >> i hope he thinks twice about it. i hope he listens to people on the other side. >> some leaders in europe and latin america say they're prepared to work without the u.s. >> the president's own administration has been divided on the issue with steven pruitt in favor of with drawing and rex tillerson against it. if the u.s. exit, it will join syria and nicaragua as the only nonparticipates. a letter was sent to trump urging him to back out of the
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russian spies tried to recruit page leading to question wls he was properly vetted. >> people knew me very well going back many years. so not directly within the campaign, but people i knew. >> meanwhile the house intelligent committee issues seven new s&ps in its investigation into russian interference in the election, demanding information from former national security adviser michael flynn and others. the white house says it's granted 14 waivers of ethics rules to staffers joining the
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administration. it allows them to work on former employers and could affect conflict of interest. kellyanne conway was one. hillary clinton says she takes full responsibility for losing the election but argues she lost the election for reasons beyond her control. she spoke at a tech conference in los angeles yesterday. she talked about russian meddling in the election, the coverage of her private e-mails, and prejudice against women. >> i never said i was a perfect candidate, nor have i said i ran perfect campaigns, but i don't know who did. but at some point it sort of bleeds over into misogyny. on twitter the president tweeted clinton blames everyone
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herself but herself. fueling speculation that he may run for president in 2020. it will be called american possibilities. the pac will allow biden to raise money for candidates and maintain relationships. biden now 74 years old said he probably wound run for president again but he hasn't ruled it out. ahead on "cbs this morning" on this australia police say a man who threatened to blow up a
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malaysia plane has no terrorist associates. it was about ten minutes into a night from melbourne into qaa la lumper. he ran toward the door. >> he ran toward the front trying to get into the cockpit and ran toward the stop. they tried stopping him. she shouted for help and three of us jumped in. >> the plane returned to australia. the man had just been discharged from a psychiatric hospital. the device turned out to be a music play jeer back in this country three men were killed in a shoot-out at a texas auto dealer. the two men who claimed to be federal agents claimed to be bounty hunters. they waited for the suspect at a car dealership. when the fight broke out both
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bounty hunters and the suspect was killed. dash cam videos show tiger woods being arrested. in the video he e-- >> reporter: this dash cam shows an unsteady tiger woods struggling to conduct field sobriety tests. police found the champion golfer asleep at the wheel of his black mercedes. the left brake light was on and the turn signal was flashing. once out of the car, woods had a hard time keeping his eyes open. officers asked him to keep his eyes open. two breathalyzer tests showed his blood alcohol level at zero but woods was arrested on a dui stating afterward he had an unexpected reaction to a mix of primgs medications including
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provide din. the 41-year-old has been off the links recovering from his fourth back surgery. >> he's been great for the game of golf and i think he needs all our help and we wish him well. >> reporter: woods received two citations, driving under the influence and illegal parking. his first court appearance is scheduled for july 5th. kenneth craig, cbs news, orlando, florida. coming up on the morning new, a powerful response. lebron james responds to being black in vandalizing. and those on a delayed train honor a graduate. this is the "cbs morning news." i am totally blind. and non-24 can throw my days and nights out of sync,
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get away. traffic was snarled as the fire burned for nearly three hours. what sparked it is not known. lebron james' home is vandalized, and a disturbing discovery at a museum. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the smithsonian said a noose was found at the national museum of african-american history and culture in washington. park police are investigating. a similar discovery was made four days ago at an art museum in the capital. the "los angeles times" says a racist slur was spray painted on the gate of the home of lebron james. he said no black american is insulated from racism. >> no matter how much money you have, no matter how famous you are, no matter how many people admire you, you know, being black in america is tough. >> police hope the incident was caught on surveillance video.
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"the cincinnati enquirer" says a new lawsuit blames five drugmakers for ohio's opioid crisis. the filing by attorney general mike dewine says the companies trick doctors into buying the painkillers by downplaying the risk. ohio leads the nation in fatal opioid overdoses. >> and "new york daily news" tells what happens when a college student missed his graduation because of subway delays. his buddies honored him on the train when it became clear he would not make it to the ceremonies. he thanked the passengers for his personal commencement. stull to come, going through airport security in the blink of an eye. we'll show you how facial recognition technology will let you ditch your boarding pass the next time you fly. next time you fly. she even teases you, calling the shot. but her legs are the ones trembling, not yours. time to shine. orbit.
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on the "cbs moneywatch," new trouble for the maker of epipen and face scanning comes to airport security. jail wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. good morning, anne-marie. here gains by drugmakers and consumer focused companies were canceled out by banks and tech companies, so for a second day in a row the stocks finished lower. the dow dropped 20 points, the s&p lost a point, the nasdaq fell 4 points. the u.s. government may have overpaid drugmaker mylan by as much as $1.2 billion for epipens. 's three times as much as three times the amount. epi pen treats severe allergy reactions. an analysis of epi pen payments covers a period from 2006 to 2016. jetblue is testing facial recognition for check-in as a way to streamline boarding. so forget your boarding pass. passengers will step up to a
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camera, the camera will compare their face to passport photos in the u.s. customs database. you still need to bring your passport though. that test will be conducted next month in boston on flights from boston to aruba. and a huge airborne rocket launcher is ready for testing. the stratolaunch was rolled out for the first time yesterday in california. it's the world's largest airplane with a wing span more than a football length. paul allen is bang bank rolling it. it's designed to carries rockets aloft before they're shot into space. anne-marie. >> that is one crazy looking plane. wow. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. a new warning on how drivers and themselves are willing to put themselves and others in danger on the road. here's a look at today's themselves and others in danger on the road.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. nyctinasty, n-y-c-t-i-n-a-s-t-y, nyctinasty. >> correct. >> wow. 6-year-old edith fuller amazed the crowd at the scripps national spelling bee, but the youngest entrant ever was one of those eventually tripped up in the second round. the finalist will vie tonight for the $40,000 prize. pretty impressive though. the problem among traffic deaths among teenagers is getting worse instead of better. nikki battiste meets a young woman who warns about the deadly
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risk. >> reporter: laura carney knows the dangers all too well. in the summer of 2003, her father was killed by a teen driver who witnesses say was using a cell phone. >> he was someone who really embraced life. that's why when he was gone, it was such a huge loss. >> we typically see a 15% spike. >> reporter: a new report shows 16-year-old and 16-year-old drivers are three times more likely than adults to be uninvolved in a deadly crash. >> they're more likely to take risks behind the wheel including speeding, driving distracted, and not wearing seatbelts. >> your dad missed your wedding. >> yes. that's why i became an activist. >> reporter: laura wrote her story in "good housekeeping," including her father's bucket list.
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it included 50 items that he was never able to do like traveling to exotic places and running ten miles. laura accomplished the run and wanted to complete the whole list. >> if you could know that you've saved at least one life in your work in your dad's memory, would that give you some peace? >> yeah. i mean what's really going to give me peace is when i see the numbers go down, when i find ha this thing that killed my father isn't getting worse anywhere. >> reporter: nikki battiste for cbs news, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the director of the new movie "wonder woman," patty jenkins talks about bringing the comic book superhero to life. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." bringing the comic book superhero to life. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." [ minion gibberish ]
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just released police body cam video offers a new perspective of last year's orlando nightclub massacre. anna werner has that video and we want to warn you that some of the images may be considered graphic. >> reporter: the police body cam video shows officers racing to the scene of the nightclub shooting. they show what it was like from the officers' point of view as they helped those shot inside the club. then in the next clip sounds of a confrontation with gunman omar mateen who was holding hostages.
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mateen killed 49 people and injured 53 when he arrived at the pulse nightclub on that sunday, june 12th, 2016, carrying an assault rifle. the three-hour siege finally ended when police stormed the building and killed him. after the incident scott pelley spoke with demetrice naulings who survived the shooting. >> the last thing my friend texts me was, please help me. help me, i've been shot, and i'm going into shock, please help me. >> in all, the "sentinel" reports there are some 15 hours of footage from three police departments who responded to the shooting. anna werner, cbs news, new york. our top stories this
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morning, an explosion at a milling plant north of madison, wisconsin, sparked a major fire. a spokesman for the hospital said several people from the explosion are being treated. it's not known how many were working aet the plant wednesday night. there are widespread power outages and closed roads. and president trump said he'll announce his decision on weather to pull the united states from the paris climate accord this afternoon. mr. trump trashed the agreement repeatedly during the campaign. nearly 200 countries signed the agreement to fight global warming and emissions. and florida police released dash cam video of tiger woods' dui arrest. police found his car parked on the road early monday morning. he was asleep at the wheel, his speech was slurred, and he couldn't follow instructions. breathalyzer tests showed his blood alcohol level at zero. he blames a reaction to a prescription medication. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we'll take you to utah where a
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strict new drunk driving law has bars and restaurants fighting back. plus a court in massachusetts has a unique way to punish juveniles who get into trouble. instead of jail time, they're sentenced to perform "shakespeare. ". and director of "wonder woman" patty jenkins joins us in studio. that's the "cbs morning news." thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- -- captions by vitac --
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thanks for waking up with us as we take a live look at coit tower. you can't really see it because "karl the fog" is back! visibility is low. good morning, it is thursday, june 1. i'm kenny choi.
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>> i'm michelle griego. let's say hi to karl and roberta and jaclyn. how are you? >> good. how are you? >> good, good, good! >> it's typical "june gloom" on the first day of june it's back and dense and expansive and widespread. yeah, give it to me one more time. [ foghorn ] [ foghorn ] >> there you go. >> give me a little cowbell. [ laughter ] >> going too far there. 50s across the board this morning. san jose of 0. we have satellite-radar suggesting from the sonoma coast all the way into santa cruz, very dense fog this morning marching inland 60 miles. low 80s away from the bay. we have the full forecast in just a couple of minutes. let's say good morning to jaclyn dunn. >> good morning. and right now, we are taking a live look at the golden gate bridge. and there's that fog "karl the fog" that roberta and kenny e


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