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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, april 28th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." it's the president's 99th day in office. on today's "to do" list, get a budget pass, keep the government from shutting down and address the latest menacing threat from north korea. and they clash. opponents show up in droves after coulter canceled her speech at berkeley, but the crowd still heard her words. >> when ann gets bullied out of a talk, we have to go hop on a plane and do the talk for her.
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family over flash. the nfl's number one draft pick skips the spotlight on the biggest night of his life. 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. today the house is expected to vote on a short-term one-week spending bill to keep the government open past tonight's midnight deadline tonight for a shutdown. this will give members more time to negotiate a long-term deal. house leaders also shelved a vote on legislation for the health care act. that cleared the way for a vote. major major conflict with north korea is possible. brook silva-braga is here in new york. good morning, brook. >> good morning, anne-marie. he's given a series of interviews. in one of them mr. trump has
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conceded the job of being president is harder than he expected and he painted a dark picture of north korea as his biggest global concern. in a wide-ranging interview with reuters thursday president trump warned it could come to a head if the country continues to pursue nuclear missiles. >> there's a chance we could end up having a major, major conflict with north korea. >> though the president said diplomacy would be ideal, the military has put on a show of force in recent days. secretary rex tillerson said it has helped the regime. >> china would be taking sanctions actions on their own. >> the tough talk came as they agreed to keep federal government open for just another week. >> they're in a lose, lose, lose
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situation. >> they opposed shutting down the gft the republicans moved forward on a revised plan to replace obamacare. >> the democrats have come in and thrown in a lot of monkey wrenches in a nailure to get this one done. >> they denied president trump a major legislative victory one day before his 100th day in office. mr. trump will marriage that 100 day with rally in harrisburg, pennsylvania, meaning he'll miss the white house correspondents' dinner in washington. anne-marie, he told them he plans to go to the dinner neck year. >> okay. the white house is defending it. now the pentagon is involved. as jeff pegues reports documents seem to indicate that flynn took
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the money without advanced approval. >> we have no evidence, not a thread, that he disclosed his payments. >> elijah cummins, the top democrat on the house committee said documents released show retired general michael flynn may have broken the law by making a 2015 trip to moscow where he was paid nearly $34,000 to speak and was photographed at a dinner with russian president vladimir putin. the first document, a letter from october 2014 was sent from the defense intelligence agency or dia to flynn. it informed flynn who once ran the dia that the receipt of consulting fees from a fortunately government was prohibited without advanced approval. >> the pentagon's warning to general flynn was bold, italicized, and could not have been clearer. >> but the second letter from the dia to the house committee said it found no record of flynn seeking permission.
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in a statement, flynn's attorney insisted flynn gave documents to the dia and briefed agency both before and after the trip. flynn has also offered to testify in exchange for immunity, but so far congress has not called it. flynn was fired as president trump's national security adviser after just 24 days for lying to the vice president about his contacts with russian ambassador sergei kislyak. the vice president was also in charge of the trump transition and would have overseen the vetting of general flynn. white house press secretary sean spicer brushed off questions about the thoroughness of that process. >> but all of that pro see was made during the obama administration and apparently an acknowledgement of the trip he took. >> he had the country's most sensitive secrets which is one reason why congress is so concerned the failure to
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disclose the forp payments could result up to five years in prison. jeff pegues, cbs news, washington. attorney general jeff sessions has recused himself from the investigation into russia's role of the election but he'll be in studio 57 this morning. cbs chief correspondent and moderator of face nace john dickerson will interview president trump. "cbs this morning" will broadcast live from the white house on monday, may 1 cents. the pentagon says two american servicemembers have been killed fighting isis in afghanistan. the troops died sunday night near the border of pakistan. a third member was wounded. they have nearly 10,000 troops. the primary mission is to train afghan forces. overnight arkansas executed
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its third prisoner. kenneth williams. witnesses said williams lurched and convulsed 20 times. the governor's office said that was an involuntary muscular reaction. arkansas had scheduled eight execution over the period before one of the drugs expired using at the end of the month. united airlines has settled with a passenger who was dragged off a plane after refusing to give up his seat. it was less than three weeks ago david dao was asked to give up a seat. under the terms the amount dao settled for has not been disclosed. since the incident the airlines has changed its policy regarding bumping passengers. and police in berkeley, california, turned out in force
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to protests over concerns of ann coulter. hundreds of supporters were met by officers in riot gear yesterday. berkeley canceled coulter's speech because they feared violence. defense dominated the first round of the nfl draft. >> the cleveland browns select myles garrett. >> defensive end miles garrett was the number one overall pick. mitchell trubisky went second to chicago. san francisco took solomon thomas, third. another surprise, what jessie waters said about ivanka trump that has him in the spotlight. and deep space dive. nasa brings us closer to
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violence breaks out near macedonia's parliament injuring dozens of people. protester broke into the building yesterday after an albanian elected speaker. they have stalled the formation of a new government. a new controversy puts another fox news host in the spotlight, and a court says it's okay that women are paid less than men. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "los angeles times" reports a court decision that lets employers pay women less than men for the same work. federal appeals court judges cited a 1982 case. that said they can set pay salaries under certain conditions. a fox news anchor is going on vacation after his widely
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criticized comment about ivanka trump. critics on the right and left said jesse waters' remark was sexual. he denied it. a.l. covers a plan to form its own school district. gardendale is predominantly white. black students outnumber whites in the wider school district. the bbc finds out why an australian woman is running the equivalent of 40 marathons in 40 days. mina guli is running the rare awareness. and the "washington post" displays remarkable new images from saturn. scientists are using the pictures to learn more about the swirling bands of ice and dust
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♪ and there was no sunlight no sunlight anymore ♪ the postal service will release its first of a kind stamp to celebrate the image of the total eclipse. the eclipse on august the 1st will be the first visible on the u.s. mainland since 1979. on the "cbs moneywatch" now, heineken's forces hard conversation, and facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg face as day on the factory line. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. for a second trading session in a row there wir gains on wall street. there were stronger than expected profits by comcast, under armour and others. the nasdaq gained 23, reaching a new record high for the third time in four days. today president trump will order a review of offshore
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drilling sites that are currently off limits. the executive order is called the american first offshore energy strategy. the move could lead to a reversal of drilling bans in areas of the pacific, arctic oceans and gulf of mexico. exxonmobil has been ordered to pay a nearly 20 million dollar air pollution fine. a judge warned they violated a clean air standard by releasing 10 million pounds of pollutants into the air during an eight-year period over a complex in houston. it's the result of a lawsuit filed back in 2010. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg connect with more americans. to that end he spent time working on a ford assembly line in dearborn, michigan, yesterday.
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zuckerberg looked at ford 150s. and heineken taking on hot button political issues in a new ad. >> i would describe my political views as the new right. >> i say that i'm left. >> the four-minute ad is posted on heineken's youtube page. six strangers with political and social views are broken into pairs. the point is to show we have more in common than divide us. of course, ad ends with everyone drinking a heineken. >> of course. you know, a lot of people are comparing that ad to the one pepsi did with kendall jenner that, you know, that was heavily criticized that pepsi missed the mark. this one is good but it's four minutes long. >> how cool is mark zuckerberg
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ two youngsters in london will start swimming lessons soon even though they're just a week old. they're penguins hatched at the
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city zoo. their parents were unable to care for them, so the keepers gave them a big stuffed penguin to cuddle with. the average american is about 20 pounds heavier than 40 years ago. that means crash test dummies needed some serious bodywork. kris van cleave reports from plymouth, michigan. >> reporter: the test dummy has been used in crash after crash. for nearly 50 years this 5'9"-inch 170-pound dummy has been the standard. >> safety features, airbags and most importantly the seatbelts are designed around those dummies. >> reporter: but with americans getting taller, fatter, and older, changes are needed, according to dr. wang from university of michigan center for automotive medicine. >> heavier people get much lower more severe injuries.
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>> christopher o'connor runs the test. he said this new dummy is more like a real modern-day driver. >> we have found that obese people, elderly people, people who don't fit that exact size and shape are more at risk in a vehicle now. >> reporter: with nearly 20% of drivers over 65, o'connor and dr. wang are also developing a crash dummy to replicate an elderly more fragile body. >> unfortunately the older population is four to eight times more likely to sustain chest injuries than a younger individual. >> while it will take years to get regulatory approval, carmakers are already giving this big guy a test run to see if a bigger dummy means better safety. kris van cleave, cbs news, plymouth, michigan. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we the people. voters send us their letters to the president, assessing his
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it's been 25 years since a jury acquitted officers in the beating of rodney king, pulled over for speeding. it set off days of violence in los angeles. danielle nottingham takes back to the spot where the rioting began and reports on what's changed since then. >> reporter: tim goldman remembers the standoff near florence and normandy avenues after four l.a. officers were acquitted on the video beating of rodney king. >> my heart almost fell to my stomach. >> reporter: the then 32-year-old grabbed his camcorder. you were right in their face
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with your camera. you were close. >> was really close. >> reporter: he recorded some of the worst beatings including the trucker reginald denny and the minister, fidel lopez. >> i thought lopez was actually dead until he started moving. >> reporter: more than 50 people were killed and 2,000 injured in six days of rioting and looting, which cost $1 billion in damage. police chief charlie beck says he knew the lapd was the reason for the uprising. since then the force has been reformed. >> we're the majority minority now. almost 50% are hispanic and women. during the riots we were mostly whit
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white. >> it prompted changes everywhere. >> reporter: goldman left south central l.a. a. he hopes his videos show the respect police and communities receiver. >> what happened out there should teach everyone a lesson. you never want to see that again. >> reporter: danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. our top stories this morning, commenting on the standoff with north korea over its nuclear and missile program. trm p said the chance exists for a major, major conflict. he said china has threatened to impose sanctions on the north if it conducts more nuclear tests. and republican leaders in the house shelf plans to replace the affordable health care act. for the second time they were unable to get vote to pass the measure but that cleared way for a vote expected today on a
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short-term measure to keep the government funded past tonight's deadline. coming up on "cbs this morning," president trump has touted historic accomplishments in his first 100 day, but what do american people think? we'll read your letter os the president. plus senator bernie sanders has called the president a fraud. he'll recall the first 100 days of the trump administration. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. >> well, see if people packing the parkway for the nnl draft. hear from the newest eagle, hear what he has to say about phillie fans. >> memorial gross for delaware state trooper killed in the line of duty. how a community. >> the trump administration warnings north korea about more nuclear testing, what the president says he isn't ruling out. today is friday april 28. good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. let's get a check on today's forecast. it is friday. another reason to celebrate. the weather apparently, too. >> yeah, come on, katie, you know what to do at the end that far desk, come on, good morning, everybody. well, i have to actually say, it is very,er


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