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hall. for more news, download on your cell phone or connect through it's monday, june 13th, 2022. round two. the january 6th panel is holding another public hearing today about the capitol riot. what the committee will focus on and the key witnesses set to testify. bipartisan gun deal. after weeks of intensive talks, lawmakers reach an agreement. president biden's response to the proposal which does not include all his requests. and saluting song and dance on broadway. "a strange loop" takes the big prize at the tony awards. we'll have the highlights. good morning, and good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning the house committee investigating the january 6th attack on the u.s. capitol will hold its second public hearing with more witnesses set to testify.
the hearing is expected to focus on former president trump's efforts to spread false claims about fraud in the 2020 presidential election. nick calloway is in new york with the latest on this. nick, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. members of that committee now say there's enough evidence to indict former president trump and respect asking the department of justice to investigate. the january 6th select committee is ready for round two of hearings looking into the attack on the u.s. capitol. panel members say they found enough evidence for the justice department to weigh a potential unprecedented criminal indictment against former president trump for trying to overturn the 2020 election results. >> ultimately once the evidence is accumulated by the justice department, it needs to make a decision about whether it can prove to a jury beyond a reasonable doubt the president's guilt or anyone else's. but they need to be investigated if there's credible evidence, which i think there is. >> reporter: representative adam kinzinger, one of two republicans on the nine-member
panel, says the hearings should serve as a warning. >> if we have people in power, whether in politics or law enforcement or the military, if we have any people that are unwilling to put their oath above any loyalty to a person, no law matters. >> reporter: the hearings which are expected to run through june kicked off in primetime on thursday. >> january 6 was the culmination of an attempted coup. >> reporter: a capitol police o ered concussion in the riot called it a war scene. >> it was carnage. it was chaos. >> reporter: president trump's 2020 campaign manager, bill stepian, is among those scheduled to testify as the panel focuses today's hearing on mr. trump's efforts to spread unsubstantiated claims of election fraud. and the former president has denied all wrongdoing. worth noting, no president or ex-president has ever been indicted. anne-marie? >> nick calloway in new york. thank you.
and you can watch the hearing live beginning at 10:00 a.m. eastern time on cbs news and the cbs news streaming network. after weeks of negotiations following recent mass shootings, a bipartisan group of 20 senators announced a breakthrough deal for new gun legislation. the proposal expands background checks for firearms buyers under 21. it provides incentives for states to pass so-called red flag laws which make it easier to temporarily take guns from people considered potentially violent. it also boosts mental health resources and provides funding for school safety resources. president biden tweeted it does not do everything that i think is needed, but it reflects important steps in the right direction. with bipartisan support there are no excuses for delay. let's get there done. the deal comes a day after thousands of people called on congress to act now in march for our lives rallies across the nation. senate majority leader chuck schumer pledgeded to bring the bill to the senate floor as soon as
possible. and more than two dozen suspected members of a white supremacist group are set to be arraigned today after being arrested near an idaho pride event. they were taken into custody saturday near the idaho/washington state border. authorities say that they were plotting to riot in several downtown areas. lilia luciano has more. these guys stopped a u-haul full of dudes, masked up -- >> reporter: police pulled over a u-haul finding 31 suspected white supremacists packed inside. they were zip tied and arrested, accused of planning to riot. >> they had shields, shin guards, and other riot gear with them including at least one smoke grenade. >> reporter: the police chief said the dozens arrested on misdemeanor conspiracy charges appear to be members of the patriot front, a hate group according to the southern poverty law center. a concerned citizen called 911 to report them. >> based on the gear that the
individuals had with them, the stuff they had in their possession and the u-haul along with paperwork that was seized from them, that they came to riot downtown. >> reporter: the group was stopped just blocks away from an lgbtq pride parade. >> the quote that we received through dispatch was it, quote, looked like a little army that was loading up into the vehicle. >> reporter: the suspects come from 12 states. among them thomas ryan rousseau, one of the members of the unite the right rally in charlottesville that turned deadly in 2017. >> you could see the back of the u-haul looks like a flag and a shield. >> reporter: the arrests come just five days after the department of homeland security issued a bulletin warning the country is under a heightened threat environment and that domestic violent extremism remains one of the biggest threats to the nation's safety. lilia luciano, cbs news, los angeles. gas prices remain at record levels.
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his performance at the ohio state fair next month has been canceled, though. his publicist said other tour dates will also be canceled. broadway's biggest stars turned out in new york city for the 75th annual tony awards. it was held at the radio city music hall for the first time since the pandemic. we have the night's biggest winners. ♪ >> reporter: "a strange loop" triumphed at the tonys. the show about a black gay writer struggling to create his own musical and break free of self-doubts won the tony for best musical. its creator, michael r. jackson, was given a standing ovation when he won for the show's book. >> i started writing this musical when i was 23 years old. i'm had -- i'm 41, i'm old as hell. i felt unseen, unheard, misunderstood. and wanted to create a life raft to try to get through the day. >> reporter: a production highlight from the acclaimed new musical "mj" about michael jackson was introduced by the late star's children, prince and paris jackson. >> what people may not know is that he loved musicals on film and on the stage.
>> so it is with our great honor to now introduce tony nominee myles frost and the remarkable cast of "mj." ♪ >> reporter: "mj" star myles frost won for best performance by a leading actor in a musical. >> i'm so honored and so blessed and so grateful. ♪ >> reporter: the landmark stephen sondheim "company" of love, marriage, and friendship won best musical revival and tonys for matt doyle and patti lupone, both in featured acting categories. >> thank you to the stage managers, the backstage crews, the front of house. a huge gratitude to all of the understudies across all of the stages in new york. [ cheers ] and to all of the covid safety people. [ cheers ] >> reporter: the lehman trilogy won best play, and its leading actor, simon russell beale, took home a tony.
an eventful night here at radio city music hall. dave carlin, cbs news, new york. still to come, a win for "squid game's" fans. the hit netflix series drops a teaser for season two. we will tell you who's coming back. ing back. do you have a life insurance policy you no longer need? now you can sell your policy - even a term policy - for an immediate cash payment. we thought we had planned carefully for our retirement. but we quickly realized we needed a way to
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our top stories this morning -- the house committee investigating the january 6th attack on the u.s. capitol will hold the second of several public hearings today. it is expected to focus on former president trump's efforts to spread false claims about fraud in the 2020 presidential election. and you can watch the hearing live beginning at 10:00 a.m. eastern time on cbs news and the cbs news streaming network. and after weeks of negotiations following recent mass shootings, a bipartisan group of 20 senators announced a breakthrough deal for new gun legislation. the proposal expands background checks for gun buyers under 21. it also provides for states to pass so-called red flag laws. president biden called on congress to pass it quickly. in ukraine, the fighting
conditions in the eastern part of the country. soldiers are outgunned -- rather, outgunned trying to hold off russian advances. as chris livesay reports, russia has found a way to use food as a weapon. >> reporter: wheat fields don't just define w russating th decimating crops with incendiary bombs, insulting the earth left behind. with nearly half of ukraine struggling to find enough food, farmers are ukraine's lifeline, risking getting blown off their tractors by russian rockets. that's what happened to sergei, just out of surgery in the southern city of mykolaiv. shrapnel tore through his lung, liver, and narrowly missed his heart. for attacking civilians, he says, they're bastards. in the same city, russian artillery destroyed these grain silos. farmers say it's the same tactic
of the infamous 1933 famine when stalin starved millions of ukrainians by cutting off their food. this time it's also the world's food. more than 20 million tons of grain destined for the developing world remain trapped in ukrainian ports by russia's naval blockade. >> in other words, simply put, it's blackmail. >> reporter: blackmailing the west to give up its support of ukraine. its forces are now locked in close quarter street f id th lo these soldiers can't afford to let fall. >> that was chris livesay reporting. ukrainian president volodymyr zelenskyy said that there's no end to the war in sight and called on the west again to help supply modern missile defense systems. so coming up on "cbs
mornings," msnbc anchor katy tur drops by the times square studio to tell us all about her new memoir, "rough draft." plus, actress tisha campbell from "martin" talks about a special reunion of the cast. and award-winning actor bryan cranston talks about his new movie "jerry and marge go large." that is the cbs news for this monday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ♪