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laters d of course, cbs this morning. from the broadcast cen center iw york city. i'm jericka
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it appears the suspect took his own life, as well. >> some of the children belonged to lindsey, some to his girlfriend. they range in age from 1 to 11. and one police officer, kevin valencia, was wounded and remains in critical condition. he's expected to survive but has significant injuries. lindsey had an extensive criminal record including arson, battery and theft. doctors say president
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trump's chief economic adviser, larry kudlow, is expected to make a full and speedy recovery search after suffer -- recovery after suffering a mild heart attack. his wife said that kudlow is doing fine and being treated at walter reed army medical center. he's listed in good condition. and attorney general jeff sessions moved to block granting asylum in this country to victims of domestic and gang violence. the latest crackdown on undocumented immigrants hits large numbers of central americans who have turned to this country for protection. sessions said in a ruling the mere fact that certain populations are more likely to be victims of crime cannot itself establish an asylum claim. the move overrules a decision by the board of immigration appeals. the case involved a woman from el salvador who fled her husband. senator dianne feinstein called the decision despicable. the trump administration is ramping up efforts to find
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americans of cheating to gain citizenship. the citizenship and immigration services plan to hire several dozen lawyers and immigration officers to review cases of immigrants who were rpded deported -- who were ordered deported and used fake i.d.s to stay in the country. the cases will be sent to the department of justice and could lead to criminal charges. coming up on the "cbs morning news," merger decision. a federal judge rules on the fate of the at&t and time-warner case. and former nba star dennis rodman weighs in on the summit talks in singapore. this is the "cbs morning news."
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ago with kim. >> when i got home i got so many death threats. so many death threats. i was protecting everything. and i believed in north korea, and when i went home, i couldn't even go home. i couldn't even go home. i had to hide out for 30 days. i couldn't even go home. but i kept my head up high, brother. i knew things would change. >> rodman says the obama administration didn't take him seriously. he said before yesterday's summit, the white house had called him to tell him president trump was proud of him. actor robert de niro is apologizing to canada, and a ruling on a merger. the "wall street journal" reports the at&t/time-warner merger hangs on a judge's decision. washington, d.c., district judge richard leon will make a decision this afternoon on the $185 million mega deal. the justice department is trying
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to block it. at&t wants to acquire all of time-warner's assets including hbo, warner bros., and turner broadcasting, with all of its cable networks. "usa today" reports robert de niro's harsh words about president trump continued as he apologized to canada for mr. trump's behavior at the g7 summit. >> i want to make an apology for the idiotic behavior of my president. [ applause ] it's a disgrace, and i apologize to justin trudeau, too, and the other people at the g7. it's disgusting. [ cheers ] >> he made the comments yesterday at a groundbreaking for a hotel in toronto. on sunday, de niro launched an expletive at mr. trump during the tony awards. it was censored by cbs. president trump called canadian prime minister justin trudeau dishonest and weak following the
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g7 summit. the hill says the supreme court ruled in favor of ohio's voter purge. in a 5-4 vote, the high court upheld ohio's policy of removing voters from the rolls if they haven't voted. people not voting for two years are sent notices if they fail to respond and don't vote within the next two years. they fall off the list of registered voters. critics say the policy targets minority and low-income people, two groups that traditionally have lower voter turnout. the "los angeles times" reports the federal government is investigating whether usc concealed sexual misconduct complaints against a campus gynecologist. hundreds of complaints were filed against dr. george tyndall for alleged misbehavior during examinations over many years. more than two dozen lawsuits have been filed, and usc's president resigned in the wake of the scandal. and says governor murphy signed the state's sports betting bill. it allows people 21 and over to
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here's a look at here's a look at the forecan some cies around ♪ountry. the wildfire burning out of control in colorado has forced the san juan national forest to close. national forests and parks in arizona and new mexico have already been shut down as precautions. more than 22,000 acres have been scorched so far. thousands of homes are under evacuation orders. no homes have been lost. ihop is now irhob. it teased the name change this month and said the "b" stands for its burger menu. it's not clear if the name change is permanent, but it said the name change is tied to a summer promotion. the company known for its breakfasts has added a line of burgers. ihob said not to worry, the
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pancakes are not going anywhere. investors are watching to u.s.-north korean summit. ahead u.s. markets rose modestly. the dow jones industrials gained five points. the s&p 500 gained almost three. and the nasdaq composite added 14 points. the rollback of rules designed to protect net neutrality are in effect. the fcc says consumers will be protected, but critics fear that the move could change the internet as we know it today. kenneth craig reports. >> reporter: nutrient allowed internet use -- net neutrality allowed internet users to see things at the same speed. the fcc had vowed to repeal the obama-era regulations. some saying it would keep internet service providers from expanding networks. >> the consumer will bees build better, faster, cheaper internet access. >> reporter: the repeal led to a public outcry with dozens of
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internet companies joining in on line. >> the joint resolution is passed. >> reporter: democrats pushed for legislation to reverse the fcc's rollback, but the republican-led house has yet to vote on it. mark stanley is with the internet advocacy group demand progress. what is your biggest concern? >> my biggest concern is that the internet providers will use their power to basically block or slow down traffic or charge sites and services extra fees to reach customers. >> reporter: the fear is broadband internet providers like comcast and verizon could charge tech companies like netflix and google to guarantee their services are seen in homes across the country. critics say smaller websites that can't afford to pay would end up in the internet slow lane, making it harder for their sites to be seen. the commissioner insists consumers will be protected. >> we've empowered the federal trade commission to take action against any bad apple in the internet company. >> reporter: broadband companies
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forecast in some cities around the country. caught on camera, a car loses control and slams into a home. this happened in pacifica, california. the homeowner says the driver drove off even though the car was severely damaged. no one in the house was hurt. the insurance institute for highway safety is out with a new round of crash tests. this time the insurance research group focused on the safety of passengers riding in midsized
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suvs. chris martinez has the results. >> reporter: of the eight midsize suvs tested, six earne eier good or acceptabl ratings from the insurance instituteettom the safet front-seat passengers in a crash. the testing focused on small over-lap crashes that happened when the front corner of the suv strikes an object like another vehicle or tree. the 2019 kia sorrento, 2008 volkswagen atlas, and 2008 g gmc acadia received good ratings overall. >> the receive it gets a good rating is the safety cage, the structure that surrounds the occupants, stays intact. >> reporter: the 2018 highlander, path finder, and honda pilot earned acceptable marks. the worst performing suvs were the ford explorer and jeep gran.
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both received poor overall ratings with a range of issues including structural collapse, a non-deploying side airbag, and hard hits to the test dummy's head. >> we understand from chrysler who make the jeep and ford that they are planning improvements when they redesign the models. >> reporter: of the newly rated suvs, the 2019 kia sorrento is the only one to earn the institute's highest award, top safety pick, with good or acceptable ratings in this and other iihs crash-worthiness tests. chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. coming up on "cbs this morning," the latest developments from singapore on the historic summit between president trump and kim jong-un. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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our top stories this morning, president trump and north korean leader kim jong-un signed a document following their historic summit in singapore. kim said we are leaving the past behind, and the world will see a major change. later at a news conference, president trump said the two countries are ready to start a new history and write a new chapter. earlier, he said he absolutely would invite kim to the white house. president trump's chief economic adviser, larry kudlow, is in good condition after suffering a very mild heart attack yesterday evening. kudlow's being treated at walter reed army medical center in maryland. the white house says kudlow is expected to make a full and speedy recovery.
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now a look inside north korea through the eyes of a defector. grace jo lost most of her family to famine. she says her father was killed by the state. her mother took the rest of her family first to china and then to the united states. she spoke to jeff glor. >> reporter: what are your first memories? >> i was sitting inside -- at the time we didn't have rice to eat. >> reporter: like many north koreans her age, grace jo group hung -- grew up hungry. >> exhausted, hungry. >> reporter: famine ravaged north korea, millions starved to death. grace says she ate on average one meal a week, usually rice. sometimes what they caught on the floor. your grandmother boiled mice, baby mice. >> yes. newborn mice. >> reporter: that's the first time you'd eaten in how long? >> i don't even remember. >> reporter: her father snuck into china to ask distant
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relatives for help. on his return home he was captured by north korean authorities and died in custody. what happened to the rest of your family? >> well, my grandmother, she passed away by starvation. my two younger brothers died by starvation. >> reporter: one of her brothers died when grace was only 7. >> my mom's friends who were supposed to watch him kicked him out on the street. >> reporter: a 5-year-old on the streets? >> yeah. >> reporter: that continues to this day? >> yes. so -- sorry. not only my family died. there are hundreds of families they lost family members. >> reporter: but grace survived. once in china, her family applied for refugee status and resettled in the united states. she became a u.s. citizen in 2013.
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>> i would say my life completely changed after i came to america. >> reporter: no longer that starving child, grace is now a student, dental assistant, and advocate. >> so i think that's called freemo-- called freedom. it's cherished for my family and me. >> that was jeff glor reporting. coming up on "cbs this morning," senator lindsey graham joins us to discuss the summit between president trump and kim jong-un. and "daily show" host trevor noah tells us about a project helping high school students discuss issues like prejudice and identity. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ♪ tuesday. thank you for watching. have a great day.
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june 12th. live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix5 news. a live look outside, and you can see the tower is
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lighten up and blue and gold colors for the golden state warrior's as the bay area celebrates the third title in four years. it is tuesday, june 12th. good morning. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. >> i like your tie! blue and gold. >> the bling is showing. it is a big day. hopefully, you have off so you can go for the parade. we will have it live for you, not to worry. a great look over san francisco and today will be the warmest day of the week. keep that in mind as you get dressed for this special occasion. south, you can see the camera over the city with sparkling lights, a great sign of clear skies. it will be sunny when we get
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