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duncan. -- captions captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, june 27th, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking overnight, a federal judge blocks the separation of migrant children and orders families to be reunited. >> why don't you leave my husband alone. another confrontation. more immigration protests. this time demonstrators get an angry response. and a security scare. jetblue passengers look on as police surround their plane.
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, it is the first major legal action to turn back part of president trump's zero tolerance policy. last night a federal judge in san diego ordered families reunited. the judge issued a preliminary injunction saying families must be brought back together within 30 days. children younger than 5 years old must be reunited even sooner, even 14 days. more than 2,000 children remain separated from their families. the court order also stops future separations unless the parent is deemed unfit. the justice and homeland security departments did not immediately respond to requests for comment. last week president trump issued an executive order to stop separating parents and children. attorneys for the government argued yesterday the new court
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order will likely slow the reunification process. and it's not clear how the new court order will impact the lawsuit filed by 17 states to force the administration to reunite families. california, new york, and virginia are among the states who filed yesterday. the states argue they're being forced to take on child welfare, education, and social services costs. first lady melania trump is planning a second trip to the immigration detention centers. mrs. trump visited a texas border town last week. she met with local law enforcement and toured a nonprofit center that houses unaccompanied minors who entered the country illegally. her spokesperson did not release any details about this week's trip. president trump had a big night after candidates he supported in yesterday's primaries won. there were also gains made by a wior good morning, laura. >> good morning, anne-marie. it was a good day for seasoned
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political veterans except in one new york congressional district where one top democrat suffered a major defeat. in an upset that could send ripples throughout the democrat party, 28-year-old alex andria ocas ocasio-cortez has been a darling. >> taking money is a viable thing. president trump avoided embarrassment in south carolina. incumbent senator harry mcmaster won the primary one day after the president supported him. >> our team, ladies and
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gentlemen right now, extends from the white house to the state house to your house. >> in utah, mitt romney won the primary to replace retired senator orrin hatch. >> we're going to miss him. i'm going to do my best to keep those battles and fights going forward. and in maryland former naacp president ben jealous won. the democratic nomination for governor. he's hoping to become the state's first african-american governor. also in maryland chelsea manning lost to incumbent democratic senator ben cardin. cardin beat manning and six others as he looks to win a third term. anne-marie? >> laura podesta in new york. thank you so much, laura. a communication breakdown led to a security scare for passengers on a jetblue plane. police surrounded the plane on the tarmac at new york's jfk airport last night after the plane sent a false alarm to the
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control tower. "new york times" says it triggered a hijacking fear. passengers bound for los angeles documented the incident as armed security boarded the aircraft. they later returned to the airport for inspection. the ruling gives the president to restrict travel to the u.s. on several countries. the state of hawaii had led the challenge against the ban, arguing it was biased against muslin. angelica alvarez has more on the landmark decision. >> reporter: protesters from coast to coast rallied on the streets tuesday following the supreme court's decision to uphold president trump's travel ban. >> it codifies religious issues rooted in bigotry and will be
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viewed as a latest injustice. >> reporter: it applies to five mostly muslim countries. it also affects north korea and venezuela. >> a tremendous success. >> reporter: writing for the conservative chief justice john roberts, he said the travel ban was squarely within the scope of presidential authority to protect national security and says nothing about religion. >> we have to make sure that we vet people coming in to the country, we know who's coming in. >> reporter: the landmark 5-4 ruling divided justices along the ideological line. president trump's own nominee neil gorsuch helped tip the scales. >> it's un-american to do what has been done. >> reporter: while democrats were united against the decision, most republicans defended it. >> the court rightly concluded it has full constitutional and statutory authority to defend this. >> justice sonia sotomayor sent
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a scathing response. further bans were struck down by lower courts as illegal or unconstitutional. an investigation is under way after an explosion at a texas hospital killed a construction worker and injured 12 others. it happened yesterday in gatesville, texas. that's about 36 miles west of waco. david begnaud has more. >> passing by coryell health care system in gatesville, texas, captured this video. a plume of black smoke was seen rising next to this construction area at this facility. >> it was quite a blast that occur out of there. >> reporter: witnesses say it was a generator that exploded in a new addition of the hospital. >> 12 injured with one fatality and they were all construction workers at that point in time. >> the majority of the victims had burns of essentially their
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entire mouth, nose, ear area, many on their hands, front and back. >> no patient os star were among the injured. all patients were relocated to other facility. the explosion knocked out large portions of gatesville. well, funeral services are expected today for a new york city teenager who was dragged from a store and viciously stabbed to death for what police believe was a gang attack. for a second day in a row, hundreds took to the streets of the bronx demanding justice for lesandro guzman feliz. surveillance video captured the teenager being dragged out of the store last week by several men. he was slashed in the neck outside of the store and died after running to the hospital
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several blocks away. friends and family are calling it a tragic case of mistaken identity. eight suspects are now in custody. new video released by police shows the group attacking a 14-year-old boy in the bronx last week. he was stabbed several times and is in critical condition. police believe both cases are the work of the notorious trinitarios street gang. people are recovering after waking up in kansas where a tornado struck last night. five people were hurt. one tornado tore through eureka outside wichita. thousands are without power now. in wisconsin, a funnel cloud was spotted yesterday in the town of platteville. authorities say it touched down, but it didn't cause much damage and people living in cities and towns along the missouri river are taking precautions as the water level rises there after days of heavy rain. some in the town of bellevue, nebraska, uated as water crept up over the banks. coming up on the "morning
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wore "make america great again" hats. others carried signs asking for to toleran tolerance. some showed up with hats and megaphones. police were called. "the hill" reports mitch mcconnell was called. it happened monday as he was leaving a dinner at georgetown university in washington, d.c., with his wife treasury secretary elaine chao. she exchanged words with protesters. the protesters played audio of crying children who had been separated from their families at the border. "sports illustrated" says a dead body was found inside the home of new york giants cornerback janoris jenkins. authorities say the body of a family friend, 25-year-old roosevelt rene, was found in the
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on the "cbs moneywatch," move over malibu barbie. a new doll is more interested in engineering, and g.e. is shrinking again. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. that's right. general electric is separating from two business units as part of a major restructuring. the u.s. conglomerate announced yesterday its plans to spin off its health care and sell off a stake in oil company baker hughes. now, general electric's stock oh feshally dropped from the dow jones industrial average yesterday, however, investors rose as they announced their restructuring announcement. as for broader market, stocks finished slightly higher tuesday, a day after the heavy selloffs. the dow rose 30 points. the s&p 500 added almost 6 points. the nasdaq gained 29 points.
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>> uber gets a green light in london again. a uk court granted a 15-month plan to the ride-hailing service yesterday. it was revoked last fall. it agreed to stricter oversight from local authorities. 1040 tax forms are getting smaller but no left complicated. a postcard size format will soon replace the current two-page version. the new form does not have room for multiple popular deductions that will be submitted on accompanying work sheaths. and barbie has a career as a robotics engineer. a new version of the iconic doll launched yesterday and comes with protective goggles, a laptop. it's to high light a field where women are traditionally underrepresented and it also ba lessons for kids. anne-marie.
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>> barbie and ken with a self-driving uber driver. i see it on the christmas list. diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thank you very much. >> all right. still to come, naked and afraid. a man wearing only his underwear storms the runway at atlanta's airport, causing a security scare. bottom line is, moms love that land o' frost premium sliced meats have no by-products. [conference phone] baloney! [conference phone] has joined the call. hey baloney here. i thought this was a no by-products call? land o' frost premium. a slice above.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. hey, there. >> what are you up to? wh are you up to? >> be a man. >> i'll try. what are you up to. >> >> i'm busy having no talent.
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>> did you see trump's rally last night? >> nope. >> i heard he said bad things about us. >> really? that doesn't sound right. >> i heard he said we were low lifes. >> that's not right. it's conan. during late night shows last night they came together in a video conference call. the call opened both colbert's late show and fallon's night show. airline passengers in atlanta had quite a surprise when a man dressed only in his underwear was running around the tarmac. he approached a delta air lines plane that arrived yesterday. police say the 19-year-old man scaled the fence, jumped on the plane's wing, and pounded on the windows. he was arrested. and singer barry gibb has a new title. sir. he was knighted last night by prince charles. the 71-year-old was honored for his services to music and charity. the band's hits included "how deep is your love" and "stayin' alive." and those ngs e going to
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our top story our top story this morning, a federal judge in san diego issued a court order for authorities to reunite families separated at the u.s./mexico border. the preliminary injunction says families must be brought back together within 30 days. an american hero received the highest military award tuesday. and his story was largely unknown even to his widow who accepted his medal of honor. david martin visited his hometown. >> he loves the army. >> reporter: pauline wells was 15 years old when she and the
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rest of kentucky welcomed garlin murl conner home. >> he hitched the horses to the wagon. >> reporter: he fought his way across north africa, sicily, france, and into germany, and been awarded an astounding four silver stars and one distinguished service cross. >> and they said, there he is. i thought, my gosh, that little war rat, there's no way he could have done the things he's done. >> reporter: he was one of the most outstanding soldiers of soldiers of this war if not the most this war if not the most outstanding. pauline did not know any of that if she had eloped and married of that if him. >> a lot of times at night he would be dreaming and wake up fighting. >> reporter: conner died in 1998. six years later researchers found these affidavits by conner's fellow soldiers describing how he had beaten back waves of attacking germans. he took off like a bat out of hell heading straight toward the
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source of enemy fire. all this time, machine gunfire was concentrated on his position, out there all alone, calling arterial fire on the germans. those affidavits finally made it to the white house. >> they called me on a friday and said i would be getting an important phone call. i thought what if it's a scam and i'm here by myself, and it is a scam, and it was from the president of the united states. >> of all the days in your life, where would you have to rank that day? >> one of the happiest days of my life but really and truly the happiest day is when i married him. >> you know, i came down here expecting to hear a war story. >> yes. >> but what you're telling me is a love story. >> yes, it is. >> reporter: in 1945 conner's commanding officer wrote, i never have seen a man with such
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courage and ability. making that statement part of american history. david martin, cbs news, albany, kentucky. coming up on "cbs this morning," a former employee at cambridge analytica is showering an inside look at what she considers some of the company's unfair practices. >> and in our ongoing series "note to self" tracy morgan share an emotional message to himself as a 6-year-old boy lees and victories that lie ahead. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green, have a great day. watching. i'm anne-marie green, have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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it's wednesday, june 27th. i'm michelle griego. good morning, everyone. it is wednesday, june 27th. you are looking at at&t park. and if you have been to a baseball game there it is so awesome to go and see.
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>> mm-hm. >> especially the cool backdrop. if you haven't, please go. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec in for kenny choi. it is 4:30 and we're halfway there! >> it's going to be nice and refreshing today. that's a good way to say cooler, a little crisp and for some, drizzly. clouds will bring the temperatures down. you can see the "salesforce tower" so right now visibility is not an issue in san francisco. west winds picking up included in your headlines for today and tomorrow. that will bring our temperatures about 5 degrees below normal. so inland areas you can expect the upper 70s low 80s and then the heat will be on with triple digits through the weekend. a lot of brake


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