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york city, i'm michelle miller. captioning funded by cbs it's tuesday, may 30th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." there was a threat made from representative rinaldi to put a bullet in one of my colleague's head. >> the fight over immigration takes a turn after a state senator says he caused i.c.e. on protesters. >> they were loud and they were protesting. two men are dead for trying to defend women against extremists. >> clearly what happen on that train was an act of terrorism.
and tiger woods responds to his dui arrest saying it's not what it looks like. 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. former panamanian dictator has died. he was thrown from power by an american invasion in 1989. his six years in office were colored by corruption and the murder of political opponents. he served a 17-year drug sentence in the u.s. noriega died last night at the age of 83. and tensions remain high in austin, texas, this morning following a protest over the tough law over so-called saengs area cities. hena daniels is here this morning with the details. >> good morning, anne-marie.
a group is accusing another of threatening to shoot a colleague. it came amid fiery protests against a state's recent craikdown on sanctuary cities. the drama unfolded monday as demonstrators filled the austin state house rallying against the state's sb 4 bill, simon's law signed by greg abbott earlier this month. it requires local police departments to enforce federal immigration laws. as the crowd grew republican representative rinaldi said he shov on the flew when put aid head.
rinaldi said he did after he sa. he l it is putting rinaldi's c a lia and a hateful man. for him. no charges were filed on behalf of any of those involved. monday was actually the last day of the texas legislative session that began in january. many lawmakers are blaming the scuffle on the last few weeks that i they're calling very stressful and strenuous. anne-marie? >> hena daniels here in new york. thank you so much, hena. meetings between president trump's son-in-law jared kushner and top russian officials are at the middle of an fbi investigation into the co-collusion.
reports that they tried to set up back channel communications between the campaign and russian officials has the white house circling the wagon. errol barnett reports. >> reporter: the president's son-in-law and adviser jared kushner is now at the center of a crisis after meeting with the russian ambassador sergei kislyak during the transition and suggesting back channel communication with the kremlin. mr. trump defended kushner in this statement to "new york times" saying, quote, jared is doing a great job for the country. i have total confidence in him. perhaps more importantly, he's a very good person. john kelly said though he doesn't know of any kushner back channel, it would not be unusual. >> i think any time you can open the lines of communication with anyone wlrks they're good friends or not so good friends is a smart thing to do. >> my view of it is i don't like it. >> reporter: but republican senator john mccain disagrees. >> i don't think it's standard
procedure prior to the inauguration of a president of the united states by someone who is not in an appointed position. >> reporter: errol barnett, cbs news, the white house. jared kushner was the chief architect to president trump's visit of saudi arabia is in rome last week which the president saw as a success. still, white house sources tell that kushner is weakened and f in portland, eg deaths of two men whome jeremy joseph christian had ants hahi one hijab on a clearly what train was an act of terrorism. what happened on that train was a hate crime. >> christian's social media
postings show an affinity for nazis and political violence. he's accused of aggravated murder, intimidation, and a felon in possession of a weapon. in the wake of north korea's mission test south korea had a bomber fly over. hours earlier north korea launched a new ballistic missile controlled by a precision guidance system. ben tracy has more. >> reporter: north korea has launched nine missiles this year, three last week. despite sanctions it continues to grow. last week the country said they perfected a medium range solid missile that they're going to start mass producing. it is not able to hit the united states but in the feature they can. it's the first test of a west
coast missile defense system since 2014. north korea's latest missile test came just a day after its leader kim jong-un oversaw the test of a new anti-aircraft system which would be used to defend north korea in case of air strikes by the united states. the trump administration has now sent two aircraft carriers to the korean peninsula. secretary of defense james mattis said north korea's actions are a direct threat to america. >> the bottom line is it would be a catastrophic war if this turns into combat, if we're not able to resolve this situation through diplomatic means. >> reporter: president trump weighed in on twitter saying north korea's missile launch shows great disrespect for its neighbor china. the u.s. wants china to continue to pressure them but china wants them to stop saber rattling and start talking. ben tracy, cbs news, bay shings.
at least 15 people were killed by a cowerful car bomb in the heart of baghdad. the car exploded outside a popular ice cream club just after midnight. isis says they're responsible for the attack. the bomb was packed in a car and detonated by remote control. 27 others were wounded. manchester police are searching for a blue suitcase that may be connected to the bomber at the ariana grande concert. they release this picture of salman abedi holding the suitcase. it was not used in the attack and was not in involved. tiger woods was arrested near his florida home. woods said alcohol was not involved. he's been plagued by troubles on and off the golf course. don champion reports.
>> nearly four hours in the palm beach county jail before he was released. police did not release detail of the arrest but woods said in a statement that he understands the severity of what he did and takes full responsibility for his actions. he said alcohol was not involved and that he suffered an unexpected reaction to a mix of prescription medications. he concluded by saying, quote, i would like to apologize with all my heart to my family, friends, and the fans. i expect more from myself too. >> he deserves to finish his career on a better note than appears to be happening right now. >> reporter: woods was tonce th world's greatest golfer. the 41-year-old has been off the links for four months and will be out the rest of the season as he recovers from his fourth back surgery. woods was in the headlines away from the golf course in 2009 when he drove his suv into a
tree during the thanksgiving holiday. extramarital affairs soon follow and woods was divorced from his wife since then. his last major title was at the 2008 open. fans are confident woods will get back on course. >> he'll get it together. he's the best golfer of all times. you know, he's got incredibly high expectations and nobody can live up to those. >> reporter: if convicted woods faces a possible $1,000 fine and up to six months in jail. don champion, cbs news. in illinois, fire destroyed a good portion of the former joliet correctional center. firefighters battled the fire overnight. the cause of the fire is not known. built in the 1850s, the prison has been closed for years and used for tv and film projects. most famously, john beaulieucy is seen walking out of the prison at the beginning of "the blues brothers."
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and he's going go out. and now we've got a beef. >> ah, the nationals and the giants get into an old school bench-clearing scrum. it started yesterday when he drilled a 98-mile-an-hour fastball. both were ejected and probably face penalties from major league baseball. well, a legendary sports writer is remembered, and another sports writer loses his job. those are some of the stories on the "morning news" stand. the "denver post" publishes an apology. terry frei tweeted that a japanese driver who won the indy
500 on memorial day weekend made him very uncomfortable. he was fired. frank de-ford was one of the best writers of his generation. his work for the magazine and more than 1,600 national radio public commentaries earned him the medal in 2013. he died over the weekend in his florida home at the age of 78. the "san francisco chronicle" reports criticism in social media of ivanka trump's lifestyle brand. a tweet suggested making champagne popsicles over the day. they said that idea on the day of the war-dead was incentive. and john legere gave money to some singers. he gave it under assumed name. his wife and model grew up in the area. back in the air, british
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another artist joins new york city's fearless girl controversy. he sculpted a dog and placed it to look like it'su urinating on her leg. he said it's an affront to his work. on the "cbs moneywatch" -- jill wagner is there with that and more. >> investors are waiting for the jobs report that comes out on friday. if it comes out strong it could bolster their reasoning for raising interest rates at its june meeting. it opened last week with solid gain. the dow gained 272 points for the week. the s&p finished the week 33 points higher. the nasdaq added 126 points last week. shares of british airways owner iag fell more than 4% this
morning after a huge computer failure over the weekend that stranded about 75,000 passenger. british airways hopes to resume fulop racings today. they were forced to cancel all of its flights. a poir surge disrupted its operations worldwide. the airline is working to reunite passengers with its baggage but admits it could take some time. the german automobile maker say the shortage of steering gears has slowed production of its compact and mid sized models and stopped production and blame as delivery problem. credit scores from u.s. consumers are at a record high. enough time has now passed since the financial crisis, that's according to "the wall street journal." americans are also borrowing
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a lifetime of difference. learn the signs at autismspeaks.org. our top stories this morning. drama in the texas state house as demonstrators protested the state's tough new anti-sanctuary city law. it requires local police to enforce federal immigration laws. after the protesters were clear, lawmakers got into it. a scuffle broke out during which republican matt rinaldi admits he threatened to shoot a fellow lawmaker in self-defense. and former panamanian dictator manuel noriega has died. he was thrown from power in 1989 after six years in pow. his tenure was colored by corruption in the murder of political opponents. he served a 17-year drug sentence in the u.s. he died last night at the age of
83. well, the country yesterday remembered the fallen on memorial day. david martin has a story about the advances being made in treating the wounded. >> reporter: just looking at brandon corona, you would never guess what he's about to do. >> i'm at peace with it and my family and my friends think i'm crazy. >> reporter: he asked doctors to cut off his lower left leg. four year after it was crushed he gave up trying to save it. >> it was all rods, screws, and bob that didn't grow back right. it looks like a leg but it wasn't a leg. >> reporter: it was amputated in a six-hour operation. he used a new procedure that could reinvent the science of amputations. >> in the past all that has been asked of an am pew talted limb is to provide an adequate padding surface in order for a
prosthetic to be adequately mounded. >> reporter: the new procedure connected the front and back muscles to allow them to keep working together. >> that's what enables us to walk normally without having to constantly look at our feet. >> reporter: the surgery is experimental. brandon corona is the first veteran and only the second to undergo this kind of amputation. the goal is to connect brandon's stump to a new generation of smart prosthetics now under development at mit that would move like a human foot. >> if we can move amputation to an equivalent form of salvage or therapy, that, of course, is a major win for patients. >> reporter: two days after surgery all that's left of his left leg are the screws that hold his leg together. >> i'm happy that i lost my leg and i'm ready to start recovering again. >> reporter: if the new procedure doesn't work, then brandon will use a standard pros thissic.
either way the wounded leg that has been run ruining his life for years is gone. coming up on "cbs this morning," greenland and its growing performance. >> the views on the ground are stunning but here the military's looking far beyond. i'm jeff glor. coming up on "cbs this morning," a look at a kwert billion-dollar space detection and warning system and a mission at tooele air base in greenland. >> that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com what is thit's like a little vanilla tastey thing. a vanilla bean?
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live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. a double shooting in kensington leaves 14 year old daughter dead and a six year old hospitalized. live with the latest on the police investigation. tensions in texas. lawmakers scuffle even threatening each other while protesters watch. the legislation that's got them so fired up. >> a dreary start to your tuesday. as we get ready to go back to work and school, this is a live look at the parkway in center city. part of the area could see some fog this morning, katie will let us know how long it will last. today is tuesday, may 30th, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> welcome back, jim. >> thank you very much. all rahel solomon. katie is back, meisha is back. good morning, everybody. >> welcome back, katie and jim. great to see you. we know it is early. we know you w