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it's tuesday, april 18th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news". as the manhunt for a suspected killer stretches across the country, loved ones remember the man whose murder was posted on facebook. and sends a message to the suspect. >> you need to turn yourself in. nobody else need to get hurt. >> while arkansas try to rush several executions before their lethal drugs expire overnight the united states supreme court spared a death row inmate for now. also overnight in japan a vow from the vice president to defend our asian allies as north korea ramps up its nuclear
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missile program. let me be clear to you mr. prime minister and to all the people of japan, we are with you 100%. >> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well the search for the suspect in a fatal shooting that was pasted on facebook is entering its third day. authorities are trying to find 37-year-old steve stephens who is wanted for murder after a 74-year-old retiree was gunned down in cleveland on sunday. what began as a multi-state manhunt is now nationwide with billboards across the country like this one in l.a. urging anyone who may have seen stephens to alert authorities. >> reporter: the search area now includes five states but so far authorities say they've received
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no credible sightings. in a series of videos, stephens talked about his gambling debts, problems with his girlfriend and him wanting to kill innocent people. >> we are not going to leave any stone unturned. >> reporter: as the manhunt for steve stephens enters its third day authorities in cleveland urge the suspected murderer to turn himself in. >> contact a relative or friend because there are a lot of folks out there that want to talk to him, want to get this resolved peacefully. >> reporter: after posting this video to facebook sunday police say the 37-year-old shot the 74-year-old man an left him dead on this sidewalk. >> this individual is armed and dangerous and quite frankly at this point he could be a lot of places. he could be nearby, he could be far away and anywhere in
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between. >> reporter: as the man00 continues family and friends of the beloved 74-year-old father and grandfather gathered at the site of his murder. >> i'm trying to stop crying but it's hard. he was a good man. >> reporter: he was out collecting cans after dinner when his life was cut short. authorities are offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to stephens capture. at least eight schools in the philadelphia area were put on lockdown yesterday as authorities there investigated a possible sighting of stephens. police say there's no indication the suspect was in the city. >> thank you so much. facebook says it's taking a closer look at how harmful content on its site can be promptly identified. the is social network said as a result we're reviewing our reporting flows to be sure people can report videos and other material that violates our
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standards as easily and quickly as possible. facebook said more than an hour and 45 minutes passed before it was notified of the video containing the fatal shooting. ahead on "cbs this morning" facebook accountability, how the social network is reviewing the way it moderates violent content ahead of its developers conference today. >> an 11th hour reprieve for an arkansas death row inmate. his life has been spared by the united states supreme court at least for now. the decision scuttles the state's plan to carry out four double executions before its supply of lethal drug expires. >> reporter: a lone protester stood near arkansas as unit which houses the state's death chamber. >> when somebody's life is on the line and we have so many mistakes happening all the time, then we have to really rethink
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is this necessary? >> reporter: overnight the united states supreme court denied to stay to lift the stay of execution. he was due to be sentenced to death on monday night. but he and another inmate's executions were put on hold. two of eight were planned to be put to death before the drug it uses for lethal injections expires. >> facing an execution by an artificial kill date is not a principled way of scheduling execution. >> reporter: the drug is connected to botched executions in four states. >> it's risky and there's no good reason to be using this drug. >> reporter: arkansas governor said victims families have waited too long for justice. he released a statement after the davis decision saying in part, we will continue to fight
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back on last minute appeals and efforts to block justice. don champion, cbs news, little rock, arkansas. the white house is maintaining its tough talk on north korea and nuclear ambitions. overnight in japan vice president pence offered assure jans to tokyo andsternly advised pyongyang not to test the united states power. >> while all openings are on the table, president trump is determined to work closely with japan, with south korea, with all our allies in the region. and with china to achieve a peaceable resolution in the denuclearization. >> president trump had some advice for kim jong-un. >> behave. >> north korea, which regularly threatens japan, south korea and
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the u.s. continued its defiance following a failed missile test on sunday, one day after putting on a huge display of missiles at a parade in pyongyang. new overnight a revelation about gains by ivanka trump's fashion business since her father became president. the associated press reports that her company won potentially valuable china trade marks the day she dined with that country's president in mar-a-lago earlier this month. and the company has applied for at least nine trade marks worldwide since the election. ivanka trump has a white house office and says she has stepped back from managing the company but still tones brand and critics say her role poses a conflict of interest. election day in georgia and democrats have high hopes for 30-year-old john ossof the former congressional aide wants to fill the house seat vacated by tom price. he's caught the attention of president trump who attacked him on twitter saying he's a super
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liberal democrat who wants to protect criminals. the president recorded a robocall to derail his hopes. he has raised $8.3 million, eight times more than his top republican rival. >> do you feel more pressure knowing that democrats across the country have invested their hopes in you >> i feel so well support by thousands of volunteers here in this community. >> his biggest challenge today may be the crowded field. he's running against 11 republicans and four other democrats. if no one cracks the 50% threshold a runoff would be next. justice neil gorsuch wasted little time entering the fray. he waited 11 minutes before asking questions during arguments in first of three cases the court heard yesterday. it was the high court's first session since president trump's pick was sworn in a week ago.
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new revelations about the drug addiction that led to the death of prince. the musician abused opioid pain pills, suffered withdrawal symptoms and received one opioid prescription under his body guard's name according to search warrants and affidavits unsealed yesterday. prince was 57 when he died nearly a year ago at his suburban minneapolis studio and estate. >> a military helicopter crashed during a routine training flight in maryland killing a crew member. two others were hurt when the black hawk went down on a golf course yesterday. both were airlifted from the scene. it happened in southern maryland. in leonardtown about 85 miles south of baltimore. the cause is under investigation. a pilot for southwest airlines has been arrested on a misdeamnor weapons charge in new york state. the albany county sheriff says 55-year-olderic gibson had a loaded handgun in his carry on bag. he was slated to pilot a flight to tampa yesterday when routine
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baggage screening found the firearm. coming up on the morning news interstate break down. a road suddenly buckles, severely injuring a motorcyclist. plus uber could soon roll out a new feature as it may be forced to offer a tipping option. and ahead on "cbs this morning," oprah winfrey stops by studio 57 with her new movie "the immortal life of henriett a henrietta lak."
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the austin american statesman of texas covers a custody trial involving a right-wing radio host. the ex-wife of alex jones says his public outbursts proves he's not a fit parent. she wants sole custody of their three children. lawyers for jones says his info war show is just an act. the "wall street journal" reports in a settlement between federal regulator as and the phernos medical lab. inexperimentors said they found jeopardized patients. scientists quoted in the "new york times" say climate change caused a yukon river to take a new path. river from a melting glacier south instead of north. still ahead. counting down. a supply mission to the
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publicity surrounding the forcible removal of a passenger from the plane. united ceo issued another apology, admits the carrier needs to do a better job serving its customers. boeing is laying off hundreds of engineers. the reason? slowing aircraft sales. boeing has shed more than 9,000 work frers its commercial airplane division in a little over a year. those departures have come mainly through buy outs and retirements. uber may be forced to add a new feature to its apps to passengers can tip its drivers. the new york city regulators wants to require the mechanism despite uber's resistance. the push to driving concerns over lost wages. and it is tax day in america. that means the time for procraft nation is over. your returns are considered on time if it's post marked with today's date but the irs says
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here's a look at today's forecast. in some cities around the country. in some cities around t country. in some cities around the country. in some cities aro the country.
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with a helpful tail wind two kenyans breezed to the winning circle. geoffrey kirui topped the field in two hours and nine minutes and edna kiplagat won the woman's division 12 minutes late per >> yesterday's marathon was the 40th in the career of 70-year-old kathrine switzer. 50 years ago she became the first woman to officially enter the boston race. don dahler looks back at her pioneering effort. >> reporter: it's a simple concept, place one foot in front of the other for 26 miles, 385 yards. but until 50 years ago half the population were not welcomed to participate in marathons. then on a cold april morning 20-year-old kathrine switzer changed everything. in '67 did you set out to is that terrify glass starting line? >> i was just a girl who wanted to run. i proved to my coach i could do
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it. i was just there to celebrate. >> reporter: other women had run the boston marathon, none officially. her coach had one condition she register as a contestant. >> no one believed a woman could or want to run. why even consider it. >> reporter: a few miles into a race an official spotted her. >> i turned and then suddenly i looked into face of the angriest guy i had ever seen. this guy was out of control. he's snarling at me. >> reporter: this iconic series of photos represent a female athlete struggle to compete. >> i grabbed me and screamed "get the hell out of my race." i was terrified. it was out of the blue. my burly boyfriend was running alongside took out the official just like that and sent him flying. and my coach said run like hell. >> reporter: kathrine switzer crossed the finish line that day and never stopped running. five decades after first crossing that finish line kathrine switzer did it again.
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the use of botox goes far beyond smoothing out wrinkles. it's used to treat migraines, excessive sweating and now researchers are testing the injections to see if botox can help with depression and social anxiety. >> reporter: army veteran vivian cook has long struggled with debilitating depression. she's tried alter na the evidence they are pies and medication to cope with her symptoms. >> it wasn't effective. some of the side effects would be headaches or stomach aches. >> reporter: then three years ago she tried something different after hearing about a study testing botox to treat depression. >> we don't believe it has anything to do with looks.
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>> reporter: this doctor says facial expressions are part of the circuit of the brain related to mood. >> fear, anger and sadness all go through this muscle. very important. so botox basically inhibits the muscle and just calms it down. so it becomes more difficult to feel those negative emotions. >> reporter: the makers of botox said the final testing is just beginning. >> our hope is eventually it will form a place as one of the tools to treat depression. >> reporter: the doctor is studying whether botox can treat social anxiety. vivian said she noticed a change in her depression almost immediately. >> my mood was better on a day-to-day basis. i have less problems with depression. >> reporter: and even though the
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study she took part in is over she said she will continue to get injections. >> our top stories this morning, ice day three in the search for the suspect in a fatal shooting that was posted on facebook. authorities are now searching several states for 37-year-old steve stephens. he's wanted for murder after a 74-year-old retiree was gunned down in cleveland. authorities have offered a $50,000 reward for information leading to stephens capture but so far they haven't received any credible tips. it's an 11th hour reprieve for an arkansas death row inmate. his life has been spared by the united states supreme court at least for now. the decision scuttles the state's plan to carry out four double executions before its supply of lethal injection drug expires. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we'll talk with merry am webster's editor-at-large how the dictionary is creating a buzz on twitter going after
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people who use words incorrectly. plus lawmakers in alabama could soon approve a bill to state mega church establish its own police force. we'll get reaction. >> oprah stops by studio 57 to tell us about her new movie, "the immortal life of henrietta lacks". that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. well, a man is sitting in his basement when an s.u.v. suddenly crashes through the wall of his philadelphia home overnight. we'll tell you where it happened and about the injuries that man suffered. the philadelphia fire department is discussing the results of an internal review today watch federal investigators say is to blame in the death of lieutenant joyce craig in 2014. and it is time to pay up tax day is here. we'll tell you five things you can do if you're filing taxes today to make sure you check to uncle sam without a problem. >> i'm jim donovan. >> i'm sullivan, rahel solomon. >> katie, good to have you back, meisha, always good to see you. >> welcome back, so looking


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