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-- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com captioning funded by cbs it's monday, march 27th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." president trump is moving past the health care collapse but not before some finger-pointing as he goes after republicans for failing to repeal and replace obamacare. hail hammers parts of the south and at least one funnel cloud is spotted as severe weather makes its way through h >> and the final four is set in the ncaa men's basketball tournament and some unfamiliar faces are in the mix.
good morning from the studi headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. in blaming far ting has right members of his own party and conservative groups. hena daniels is here in new york. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. the development comes after suv erring a major defeat for republicans last week in their quest to repeal and replace obamacare. president trump is seeking support from moderate democrats to accomplish other items on his legislative agenda now that republican plans to overhaul obamacare are on hold. >> we are willing to talk to anyone, we always have been. >> we democrats provided our republican colleagues
trop/replace arealing to work with our friends. >> the president went on to blame democratsfailure of the bill on friday -- >> i think the losers are -- >> democrats are smiling in d.c. that the freedom caucus have staged planned partihood and obamacare. >> at the end of the day the most valuable player will be president trump on this. >> yesterday reince priebus said it was merely a coincidence that he plugged fox news host janine on the day she said this. >> all ryan needs to to is step down. >> when it became clear republicans wouldn't get enough votes to pass it. the two spoke over the weekend and both are eager to get back
to work and house speaker house ryan is expected to address the aipac conference meeting in washington today. meanwhile they hold its vote on the nomination of judge kneel gore such, president trump's pick for the supreme court. anne-marie? >> hena daniels here in new york. thank you so much, hena. ahead on "cbs this morning," we'll discuss what's next for the gop with "usa today" washington bureau chief susan pa page. vice president mike pence talked about the u.s. and its many allies. >> after decades of simply talking about it, the president of the united states is giving serious consideration to moving the american embassy from tel aviv. >> pence also said the united states will not allow iran to develop a nuclear weapon. turbulent and potentially dangerous weather, including damaging hail is moving through
parts of the southern plains. tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings are posted in parts of oklahoma, arkansas, and texas. golf ball-sized hail smashed car windows in texas last night north of ft. worth, and the hail crashed through a sky light in one home. >> you could hear it coming from the distance, just like a stampede, and all of a sudden it hit our skylight and finally went through. it sounded like glass breaking obviously. >> baseball-sized hail piled up on lawns and there are reports of a tornado in texas and oklahoma. the stormy weather made its way into ohio yesterday. a fubl cloud was spotted outside of columbus. well, hundreds of protesters are under arrest in russia following a wave of anti-government demonstrations. dozens of protests were held across the country including moscow denouncing moscow
corruption. president vladimir putin's most prominent critic appeared in court yesterday. he was in court yesterday. the pentagon said it's investigating allegations that a u.s. air strike last week may have killed at least 100 people in mosul, iraq. the battle to retake mosul from isis has been ongoing since february and as jonathan vigliotti reports, the details are difficult to confirm. >> the high rate of civilian deaths briefly put on hold to retake mosul. fighting has resumed but iraqis are saying they're weighing new plans and tactics. the decision came after at least 100 people were killed by a huge explosion in a district with some it. d. witnesses blaming a coalition air strike. most of the victims in the march incident were families seeking shelter from isis and the
iraqi-backed government. they did launch an air strike on the same day, but they're still investigating if their air strike was to blame. adding to ongoing mystery, iraqi forces say at least one building that appeared to be destroyed was brought down by booby traps put out by isis along with a car bomb. weeding out militants hiding among the incident has become increasingly more difficult. john vigliotti, cbs news, london. cincinnati police are searching. one man was killed and 15 others wounded. officials say a dispute among patrons escalated and there is no indication of any terrorism link. >> to the victims, what difference does it make. they've been terrorized by gun violence, innocent victims.
>> police say the crowd was mostly made up of 18 and 19-year-olds. the cameo club has a history of violence. there was a stabbing a few weeks ago and a shooting on new year's day 2015. on to the ncaa and the final four is set for a showdown next week in phoenix. the north carolina tar heels were the last team in thanks to some last-second heroics. >> for the win. it's over. three seconds to go. >> luke may hit the winner that gave top sighted north carolina a 75-73 win over kentucky. south carolina who beat florida takes on gonzaga. neither team has played in the final four before. north carolina will play oregon. the ducks eliminated top seeded kansas, and you can watch all the action right here on cbs. and coming up on the "morning news" now, leggings
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dress code because they're related to or associated with employees. they said leggings are acceptable for general passengers. "the arizona republic" -- police in tempe say an uber suv with a driver less vehicle was involved in an accident. no injuries were reported. "variety" reports joe biden thinks he could have beaten trump during the election. >> at the time i thought the circumstances were such they was the best qualified. >> the former vice president told a college audience friday he regrets not being president but his son's death from cancer changed hi mind about running. still ahead, ride hailing takes a terrible turnl sh. you lyft is raising money for a good cause.
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