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connected tv. i'm matt pieper, cbs news, new york. it's thursday, june 2nd, 2022. this is the "cbs morning news." >> what's going on with the world these days, you know. it's heartbreaking. >> medical center shooting. four people are dead after a gunman opened fire in tulsa, oklahoma. the latest on the investigation. split verdict. a jury hands down a decision in the johnny depp/amber heard trial. reaction from both sides. celebrating queen elizabeth. the platinum jubilee gets under way today. we'll take you to london for the big bash. well, good morning, and good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin this morning sadly with news of another deadly mass shooting in america. this time it's in tulsa, oklahoma. that's where a gunman opened
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fire yesterday inside a medical building on a hospital campus. at least four people were killed and multiple others wounded. investigators say the shooter is also dead. there is no word on a motive. bradley blackburn is here in new york with the latest on this. sadly, we're talking about there again. good morning. >> reporter: we are, anne-marie. good morning. police say the shooting started just before 5:00 p.m. in tulsa, and they responded to that hospital within minutes and directly confronted the gunman before he apparently turned his weapon on himself. police swarmed the st. francis health system campus in tulsa, oklahoma, wednesday afternoon following reports of a gunman. >> the officers that did arrive were hearing shots in the building, and that's what directed them to the second floor. >> reporter: authorities say the shooter died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound but not before he killed four people. >> he had one long gun, a rifle, and one handgun. >> reporter: police arrived on
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scene just three minutes after the 911 call. >> i also want to express our community's profound gratitude for the broad range of first responders who did not hesitate. >> reporter: for those on the campus, they say it drew an instant reminder of last week's school shooting in uvalde, texas. >> like what's going on with the world these days? >> the doctor's office, you can't go nowhere no more without something happening. it's crazy. >> reporter: kevin forrestal's wife was in the building for a procedure. >> and of course as vast as the complex is, the first thought you're going to have is oh, my god, that -- is it where she is or somewhere else? luckily she was safe. >> reporter: so far this year there have been a dozen shootings in the u.s. where four or hear people have been killed according to a database by the "associated press," "usa today," and northeastern university. officials have not yet identified the gunman or the victims. a tulsa police captain also said
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that while multiple other people were wounded, anne-marie, none of those wounds are considered life-threatening. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: you bet. the shooting in tulsa comes just eight days after 21 people were killed at a texas elementary school. those funerals continue today as well as the investigation into the police response. mourners gathered at a uvalde church yesterday to say good-bye to one of two teachers killed in the attack, irma garcia. she was buried alongside her husband joe who died two days later from a heart attack. ou havcelebratedirmoh. another funeras hurcone ofh tu 10-year-old jose flores jr. he received a certificate for h. meanwhile, the school district's police chief, pete arredondo, says that he's talking daily with investigators looking into the police response. that contradicts the claim by
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state law enforcement that he had stopped cooperating. and there was a split verdict in the defamation trial of actor johnny depp and his ex-wife amber heard. a virginia jury agreed with depp's contention that heard defamed him in a 2018 op-ed she wrote claiming that she was a survivor of domestic abuse. now depp said the article, which did not mention him by name, damaged his career. the "pirates of the caribbean" star who was not in the courtroom yesterday was awarded more than $10 million in damages. in a statement, depp said, "the jury gave me my life back. i am truly humbled." >> today's verdict confirms what we have said from the beginning -- that the claims against johnny depp are defamatory and unsupported by any evidence. >> the jury also found that heard was defamed by one of depp's lawyers when he accused her of creating a detailed hoax. heard was awarded $2 million in damages. afterwards she posted a statement on social media saying, "i'm sad i lost this case, but i am sadder still that
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i seem to have lost a right i receiving covid vaccines. pfizer says it's submitted its application requesting emergency use authorization for the vaccine. in preliminary data, pfizer says the vaccine for children aged 6 months to 4 years is 80% effective in preventing kids from getting sick. it is one-tenth the strength of the adult dose, and three shots are required. an fda committee will meet later this month to consider both pfizer and moderna's vaccines for kids. if approved young children could get their first shots this month. and celebrations are getting under way in britain today to mark queen elizabeth's record 70 years on the throne. ahead of the event, buckingham palace released a new photo of the queen. it was taken in the private apartments at her windsor castle home where she now spends most of her time. yesterday the queen said that she was inspired by the outpouring of goodwill ahead of the festivities.
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ian lee joins us now from london. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. you know, we couldn't ask for better weather. it is just gorgeous. the perfect way to kick off this platinum jubilee. that balcony with the bunting, that will be the focal point of today's celebration, but over the next four days we are going to see an extravaganza fit for, well, a queen. ♪ not a moment to spare preparing for queen elizabeth's big jubilee bash, her armed forces rehearsing around the clock for a once in a, well, more than a lifetime party. >> it's a massive milestone. no british monarch in history has ever reached a platinum jubilee, and we are unlikely to ever see it again. >> reporter: the 96-year-old queen took the throne 70 years ago. the closest runner-up is her great, great grandmother, victoria, who served 63 years. most brits today have never known another monarch.
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>> i just think it's an amazing thing that the queen's been on the throne for 70 years. it's quite historic. >> reporter: the jubilee is a four-day national celebration here filled with concerts, street parties, and packed full of british pride. >> i am a queen fan. i think it just reminds me of like good memories from childhood of doing all the jubilee stuff at school. >> reporter: the queen isn't getting around as easily as she used to, so she won't attend every event. but she is setting time aside for family, like prince harry and meghan who flew in from california with their two children. >> it's likely that her and meghan will visit the queen for lilibet's 1st birthday. she's never met her before. i think that will be an extraordinary meeting. how sweet will that be? >> reporter: speaking of sweet, what's a party without a pudding, as brits call it. the jubilee's official dessert, a seven-layer lemon trifle in honor of the queen's seven decades of service. anne-marie, there are two times we could possibly see the queen
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today. we will have the trooping of the color, essentially you'll have 1,500 troops, 350 horses parading around. now the queen is 96 years old and has difficulty moving around so she won't be attending that. instead, it will be her son, prince charles, her grandson, prince william, as well as her daughter, princess anne. they're going to be taking that royal salute. but the queen isn't going to be left out. once they are finished, they're going to be trooping down at the mall and walking past buckingham palace. that's when we'll possibly get a glimpse of the queen right there on that balcony with the bunting. also at 1:00 today. in the number of hours, there's going to be a flyover by the royal air force. again, that's when we could also see the queen. anne-marie? >> it's going to be quite a bash, and it's just begun. this is just day one, ian. >> reporter: it is. a lot -- a lot of activities, a lot of celebrations up in the days ahead.
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also a huge concert with a number of superstars. you're going to have ed sheeran performing the national anthem. that's going to be at a later date. you'll have elton john, queen, just -- you know, it really is just the best of british pride over the next four days. >> love it. can't wait. ian lee in london. thank you so much. so coming up, ending restrictions for john hinckley. the man who shot president ronald reagan more than 40 years ago will soon have full freedom. later, caught on video, a car runs over a motorcycle throwing off a passenger and trapping another person underneath. this is the "cbs morning news." it takes energy to take on the world.■ so whether you■re breaking a sweat, breaking down barriers, or breaking the laws of gravity, keep moving with the ultimate energy bar. we bake in delicious, wholesome ingredients, purposefully crafted with a blend of protein,■fat and carbs. because the more good you put in, the more great
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would free hinckley from all remaining restrictions as long as he continued to do well living in virginia. the reagan foundation said it strongly opposes hinckley's release. there's an update on the next baby formula shipment from overseas, and an accused mass shooter in buffalo was indicted. those are some of the headlines on the "morning newsstand." the "buffalo news" reports that the man accused of killing ten black people in a racially motivated supermarket shooting faces a 25-count indictment including a domestic terrorism charge and hate crime charges. 18-year-old payton gendron is scheduled to be arraigned today in new york state. yesterday a grand jury indicted him on several charges including ten counts of first-degree murder. he was also charged with attempted murders of three people who survived. and the "associated press" reports president biden says he was not informed early on about the possibility of a nationwide shortage of baby formula. yesterday mr. biden said that he was not briefed about the severity of the situation until
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the dow lost 176. the nasdaq was down 86. the s&p 500 losing 30. the second most powerful executive at facebook is leaving. sheryl sandberg says she's departing from parent company meta in the fall. she'll leave a 14-year tenure but will remain on the firm's board. the harvard grad who's worth an estimated $1.6 billion will be replaced by meta's longtime chief growth officer. the education department is canceling nearly $6 billion in student loans for those who went to corinthian colleges. it affects some 560,000 borrowers. previously one of the largest for-profit education companies, the schools have been accused of predatory and unlawful practices and have faced numerous lawsuits. corinthian filed for bankruptcy and closed in 2015. and father's day is 2.5 weeks away. if you plan to buy a gift for dad, you are not alone. americans are expected to spend
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here's a look at the forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ police in myrtle beach, south carolina, released some dramatic traffic camera video. an suv hit a motorcycle on saturday. a passenger was thrown off. the driver of the bike was trapped underneath the vehicle. good samaritans and law enforcement jumped in to action lifting the car to free the man. both are expected to be okay, and the driver of the suv was charged. the rolling stones are rocking europe. ♪ they kicked off their european tour in madrid last night. the tour is titled "60," marking the band's 60 years as a group.
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fans say don't call this a farewell tour. >> we said that in 2012 on their 50th. on their 50th in 2012, we said this might be the last time we see them. we've seen them around europe many times since then and in england. >> the rolling stones are scheduled to perform 14 shows in ten countries. and ukraine got a huge morale boost away from the battlefield. >> and a third goal here -- scores. 3-1. game set and match for ukraine who lift the hearts of a devastated nation! >> the men's soccer team for ukraine defeated scotland yesterday 3-1. ukraine just needs one more win to qualify for the world cup in qatar. they'll play wales on sunday. coming up on "cbs mornings," nba sportscaster ernie johnson shares a note to his younger self as he reflects on the
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our top stories this morning -- at least four people were killed after a gunman opened fire inside a tulsa, oklahoma, medical building. investigators say that the shooter died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound yesterday. he was armed with a handgun and a rifle. there is no word on a motive for the attack. and millions of america's youngest kids could soon receive covid vaccines. pfizer says that it has submitted an application to the fda requesting emergency use authorization for its vaccine for children aged 6 months to 4 years. if the vaccine is authorized, it could be available at the end of this month. the house judiciary committee will hold a hearing today to advance gun legislation. skyler henry looks at what lawmakers in the capitol are hoping to achieve following last
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week's school shooting. >> reporter: high school students in new york staged a walkout against gun violence amid an ongoing effort to strengthen federal gun laws on capitol hill. >> this is a test of democracy. >> reporter: connecticut senator chris murphy convened a small group of colleagues from both sides of the aisle tuesday to discuss background checks, red flag laws, safe gun storage, and school security. >> i can't guarantee you that there will be a compromise, but i think we will know one way or the other by next week. >> reporter: their proposals would still face a tough road in the senate where republican leaders do not agree guns are to blame. >> seems to me there are two broad categories that underscore the problem. mental illness and school safety. >> reporter: president biden says it's time for congress to act to address the country's epidemic of gun violence but is also looking at actions he could take on his own. >> this president has done more executive actions at this point
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than any other president, but it's not up to him alone. he cannot do this alone. >> reporter: the house judiciary committee is expected to meet thursday to consider a gun legislation package which would among other things raise the age for purchasing a semiautomatic center-fire rifle from 18 to 21 years old, while the protecting our kids act would likely pass the democratic-led house, it's unlikely to get the 60 votes needed in the evenly divided senate. skyler henry, cbs news, the white house. coming up on "cbs mornings," we will take you to london to celebrate the queen's platinum jubilee as we look at whether this might be the last hurrah for her majesty. plus, we'll speak with amber heard's attorney about what's next after yesterday's verdict in the defamation case between heard and johnny depp. and nba sportscaster ernie johnson shares a note to his younger self as he reflects on the personal battles he's faced. that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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