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from the broadcast cen captioning funded by cbs it's friday, june 2nd. this is the "cbs morning news." >> so we're pulling out. the president pulls out of the paris agreement promising -- we'll see if we can make a deal. if we can, that's great. if we can't, that's fine. >> but now world leaders say negotiations are over. this morning lawmakers in the u.s. are bucking the president, and businesses are backing away from this administration. and at least three dozen people are dead and many more injured after a gunman stormed a manila casino, firing shots and torching gaming tables.
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. i'm meg oliver in for anne-marie green. president trump's decision to pull the united states from the paris climate agreement triggered a rising tide of condemnation from u.s. allies. business leaders and environmentalists. some states and corporate leaders who normally support republican initiatives say they'll buck the president and honor the paris accord while most republican lawmakers applaud the move. hena daniels is here in new york with the latest. hena, good morning. >> good morning, meg. the paris climate agreement was a commitment made by 195 countries to reduce green house gases.
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leaders in india, china and other countries say they will carry on. >> we're getting out. >> keeping a campaign promise, donald trump pulled the u.s. from the paris climate accord thursday saying the deal placed an unfair burden on american workers. >> lost jobs, lower wages, shuttered factories. >> speaking on fox news last night, vice president mike pence doubled down on those claims. >> the american people get it. this is a president who is fighting for the american people, fighting for american jobs. >> foreign leaders were swift to condemn the president's action. the leaders of germany, italy, and france all rejecting mr. trump's offer to renegotiate, vowing to press ahead. >> we all share the same responsibility. make our planet great again. >> i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh, not paris. >> pittsburgh mayor bill peduto whose city was mentioned during the president's speech joined more than 60 mayors across the
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country reaffirming their commitment to the goal set by the paris accord. he also had this message for mr. trump. >> the people of pittsburgh voted for hillary rodham clinton 80%. >> president obama also criticized the president for taking aim at one of his signature achievements. he issued a statement saying in part i'm confident this our states, cities, and businesses will do even more to lead the way. >> and the u.s. will join only two other countries that are not part of the agreement, nicaragua and syria. meg. >> hena daniels for us in new york. thank you. with his granddaughter on his lap, former secretary of state john kerry signed the accord for the united states. he called the decision to withdraw self-destructive and an ignorant appeal to understand science.
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he appeared last night on "cbs evening news." >> mr. secretary, you call this an unprecedented forfeiture of american leadership. what do you mean? >> when 195 countries come together working for decades and the united states of america takes the leadership in order to join with china, two largest emitters in the world of carbon emissions to say we must begin to reduce and then to have a president stand up and simply unilaterally walk away from that without scientific basis, not based on facts in terms of our economy. the truth is the president -- no country is required by this agreement to do anything except what that country decided to do for itself. so donald trump is not telling the truth to the american people when he says we have this huge burden that's been imposed on us by other nations. no, we agreed to what we would do, we designed it, it's voluntary, and the president of the united states could have simply changed that without walking away from the whole agreement.
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>> the president portrayed it in economic terms and said it gave the other countries financial advantage. >> no, that's not true. fattest growing job in the world, the single job, wind turbine technician, 2.6 million clean energy jobs have been created in america, and gegs what? half of them, 50%, are in states that donald trump won. he's going to hurt those people. he's going to hurt those states. >> kerry says the president's decision will not only costing the u.s. jobs and influence, it's also an invitation for other countries to walk away from solving humanity's most existential crisis. last night world one in new york and city hall were lit green in support of the paris agreement. three states, california, new york, and washington, are forming the united states climate alliance to convene states who are committed to upholding the agreement.
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former astronaut scott kelly is the veteran of four space flights and commander of the space station. kelly tweeted that withdrawing from the paris agreement will be devastating to our planet. paris and pittsburgh share the same environment after all. ahead on "cbs this morning," we'll talk to cbs news chief correspondent john dickerson about potential political fallout from the president's decision to pull out of the paris accord. the trump administration has petitioned the supreme court to reinstate its controversial travel ban. the ban on travelers from six mostly muslim countries has been repeatedly blocked by lower courts. last night's filing comes one week after a virginia-based federal court ruled against the president, saying the executive order drips with religious intolerance, animus, and discrimination. former fbi leader comey is
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expected to testify next thursday. comey is expected to testify about the private meetings he had with president trump. the president allegedly asked comey to consider ending the investigation into former national security adviser michael flynn. the president fired comey last month. at least 36 people were suffocated when a gunman set fires at a casino in the philippines. the resort's world casino is a large hotel complex in manila. a lone gunman entered the casino yesterday, causing panicked tourists to stampede. police say the gunman carried a bottle of gasoline and set gambling tables on fire. he sprayed bullets but didn't hit anyone. then he tried to escape with a backpack full of casino chips. >> we were able to shoot and wound the gunman, and the gunshot wound significantly slowed down the assailant and resulted to his holding up in
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a room where he took his own life. >> the apparent motive was robbery, not terrorism. the victims were trapped by thick smoke in the gambling area. dozens suffered minor injuries as they fled. in mexico an 8-year-old girl was seriously injured when a freak gust of wind sent an inflatable bounce house flying. the wind tore the huge inflatables from the party. the injured girl was thrown into a parking lot as the bounce house hit a fence. three other children were also injured. there's new video of tiger woods after he was arrested for dui. woods is seen in the jupiter, florida, police station monday morning as he was being book. he looked disoriented and followed commands and joked about being bald. woods was arrested when he was when police noticed a car parked on side of the road. he was asleep at the wheel. breath tests at the jail registered zero alcohol level. woods said he had a bad reaction to prescription drugs. and the first game of the
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nba finals was a blowout. >> durant down the lane! >> kevin durant drove through the lane unbothered time after time, finishing with 38 points and eight rebounds as the golden state warriors beat cleveland, 113-91. steph curry scored 28 for the warriors while lebron james led the cavaliers with 28 points and 15 reboundings. game two is sunday night in oakland. ahead on the "cbs morning news," tickets for sunday's one love concert sell out in a matter of minutes, but many wound up in the wrong hands. and queen bee, the spelling bee's newest champ and her winning word. this is the "cbs morning news." s." when things go wrong here, you remember. quilted northern is designed to work so well, you can forget your bathroom trips. but little miss puffytail can never forget. "the only thing worse than having such large ears, is having such large eyes."
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british airways passengers. a maintenance contractor accidentally shut down the computer system a week ago that grounded at least 700 flights and disrupted the carrier's schedule for more than three days. there's an outbreak in florida. more than a dozen cases have been confirmed across florida in the last week. veterinarians say owners should have their dogs vaccinated. the "philadelphia inquirer" reports that the parents of a fraternity pledge who died during hazing want penn state to take action. they called for firings and student expulsions in the death of their son tim piazza. university trustees are scheduled to discuss the issue at a meeting later today. and the "los angeles times" reports that the city's nfl teams are reaching out to the
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dubai's newest police officer won't exactly walk the beat. the unarmed robotic cop will patrol the city on wheels. officials say it can spot criminals and collect evidence. if it works, the city says one-fourth of dubai's cops will be robots by the year 2030. on the "cbs moneywatch," businesses are backing away from the president, and walmart is asking workers to make a pit stop. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> they're getting a chilly reception in the business word. tesla founder elon musk and general motors robert iger quit
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the white house advisory council. mary barra will not quit. they tweeted it's a setback for the environment and the united states leadership in the world. well, the labor department released its jobs report for may this morning. economists expect that the economy add 17,000 new jobs and that the unemployment rate stayed at 4.4%. that is a decade low. in a separate report yesterday, payroll processor adp says the private sector added 253,000 jobs in may. that's encouraging. the dow gained 135 point, the s&p picked up 18 points. the nasdaq rose 48 points. the meal kit company blue apron is going public. they're the innovator of in-home delivery services with ingredients and instructions sent to doorsteps in a box kit.
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they had sales of nearly $800 million last year. it plans to raise $100 million and plans to trade on the new york stock exchange. and walmart workers will deliver online on their way home. they can choose to participate in the delivery program or not. if they agree, they get paid. walmart has stores within ten%. the program's being tested at two stores in new jersey and one in arkansas. what an interesting idea. meg. >> very interesting. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thanks. >> ahead, comfort on the clay. the emotional embrace at the french open after an injured player makes an early exit. french open after an injured player makes an early exit. tomorrow is not a given. but entresto is a medicine that helps make more tomorrows possible. ♪ tomorrow, tomorrow... ♪ i love ya, tomorrow in the largest heart failure study ever,
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an injured tennis player is comforted by his opponent at the french open. nico almagro of spain sobbed on the court yesterday when he reinjured his left knee. juan martin del potro hopped the net to consol him. almagro was forced to withdraw. it's hard to watch. the beatles famously got by with a little help from their friends 50 years ago. teri okita is in liverpool celebrating half a century of sergeant peppers lonely hearts club band. ♪ we're sergeant peppers lonely hearts club band ♪ >> reporter: when that album ushered in in the summer of '67, it was heartbreaking. sergeant peppers experimented with radically different sounds and recording techniques as showcased at the beatles story
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museum in liverpool. >> it was a real change from what they had been doing before. it was very psychedelic. they were using different instruments. >> reporter: they had a different look too, opting for bright bold military albums for an album cover that's considered rock and roll's best. >> there's marilyn monroe, humphrey bogart, and all the other celebrities on the cover. it was a neat collage of everything. >> reporter: it wasn't the only thing. this album showed them in different poses. their childhood from penny lane to strawberry field influenced their songwriting. as a boy john lennon would walk through these gates, which are on display here for the first time ever. >> it would sort of inspire him when he would come to strawberry fields. he wrote the song. >> he had a troubled childhood,
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building highway 1 along california's rugged coast was a remarkable feat of 20th century engineering. now 21st century engineers are trying to figure out how to repair a section wiped out last month by a landslide. here's john blackstone. >> reporter: the dramatic stretch of california's coast known as big sur is particularly scenic from the air, and right now almost the only way to get there is by air. the highway just hugs the edge. the single road into big sur, california's coast hugging highway 1, is blocked to the north by a collapsed bridge and to the south by an enormous landslide. what were you thinking when you
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came out and saw this for the first time? >> oh, my god. plain and simple. >> doug cook is an engineer with the state highway safety caltrans. >> when you're standing here trying to figure out how to connect this part of the road to that part of the road half. >> that's the easy part. we have to stabilize the hill before we can begin the road. >> reporter: it shows a gash more than a third across and a thousand feet high. highway 1 supports hundreds of tourist businesses with spectacular views, but it's almost now empty, dropping from a thousand customers a day to just a couple of dozen. have you ever had the thought, turn off the lights, lock the door, go home for the summer? >> no. everything we're doing is fighting to stay open. that's our number one mission. >> reporter: tourists can still use it. some of the striking scenery
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along this coast will remain out of reach for at least the next year. john blackstone, cbs news. our top story this morning, opposition is growing in this country and overseas to president trump's decision to withdraw from the paris climate agreement. the leaders of germany, france, and italy condemn the move. president trump says his decision is a reassertion of america's sovereignty. >> this agreement is less about the climate and more about other countries gaining a financial advantage over the united states. >> some states and corporations say they will continue to honor the accord. at least 36 people were suffocated by thick smoke when a gunman set fire at a casino in the philippines. the gunman opened fire but didn't shoot anything. manila police say it appears to be a botched robbery, not terrorism. the gunman killed himself. coming up on "cbs this
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morning," look at how florida is fighting a highly contagious dog flew sweeping across the state. plus we'll look at a device that's buzzing with an anti-iphone. today we're learning how learning is cool. i'm with fifth graders at carver elementary school. ♪ every day we do our best like we do on cbs ♪ >> yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. >> that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm meg oliver. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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all right. it is that day that we love again. it is friday!!! as we take a live look at the city of san francisco. [ applause ] >> a beautiful shot from our sutro camera looking east. good morning, it is friday,
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june 2. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. do i seem shorter this morning? i mean i know it's impossible but -- >> you did zumba last night and it was all that pounding! [ laughter ] >> my legs hurt. >> my back -- i did something i have never done before. i brought in these apples and one fell and did the roll 10 second roll and i bent over to pick it up and i was like oh. i have never done that before. it was either moving the way you're not supposed to early in the morning or i'm just another-day-older. >> any injuries to report this morning? >> no. [ laughter ] >> i'm not injured. [ laughter ] >> she was saying this. [ laughter ] >> well, we'll get ready with everybody at home, right? >> it's true. let's get to it this morning. we do have mostly cloudy skies along the coast but look, we can see the top of the transamerica pyramid. we can see the "salesforce" tower,


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