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a.m. in the west. good morning. i'm randi kaye. millions lined up to win big and guess what? it looks like three winners in different states will split the jackpot. a chemical linked to breast and prostate cancer has been found in many of your household products and we'll explain what it is and how to get it out of your home. some of you may be planning a trip to sunny florida or what about war-torn libya. yes, it's happening. i'll explain. first let's talk about what everybody's talking about today. three winners will split the million dollar jackpot. the winning numbers are right here for you. 2, 4, 23, 38, 46, mega ball 23. our athena jones is in baltimore county watching it all unfold. what do we know about the 7-eleven there in maryland where
that ticket was sold. >> reporter: we're just outside the city of baltimore. we know at about 7:15 p.m., someone came in and used that red machine back there to buy a quick pick ticket. that's the ticket that picks the numbers for you. those were the lucky numbers that allowed this winner to win this sizeable jackpot which we know is a record-setting jackpot. much bigger than the $390 million jackpot from a few years ago back in 2007. it's only been 12 hours so we don't yet know who the winner is. i had a chance to speak with maryland's lottery director about winners coming forward. let's listen to what he has to say. >> maryland is one of the few states that does not require publicity of its lottery winners. we had two power ball jackpot winners laugh year and neither one of them decided to do any publicity. so we'll have to wait to see what happens. >> reporter: one thing they advise the winner is to make sure they sign the back of the ticket. make a copy of it, put it in a
safe place and get a lawyer. make sure they get all the advise they need so they can come and claim this and know what to do with the money once they do get that big chunk of cash, randi. >> how long do they have to come forward? >> reporter: you know, they have 182 days. i asked why the extra two days. why not just a straight six months. they said, weekends and that sort of thing. so they have 182 days to come forward. i don't know about you. if i won it, i'd come pretty quickly as soon as i got my lawyer and ducks in a row, i'd want my money right away. >> no kidding. was it a quick pick, or how did it work? >> reporter: it was a quick pick. that machine right there. it was hot last night. >> got it. >> reporter: and so they came in and it picked those numbers for it. you know. >> the store gets the money too, right? >> reporter: that's right. the store gets $100,000. so that's a big chunk of change
just for kind of tapping onto someone else's luck. they get 5 cents on every dollar. >> athena, i know where you're going to buy your ticket next time. so keep your eye on that red machine. >> reporter: absolutely. >> willful. coming up, financial expert cline anderson on how to handle a million dollar fortune. what a problem to have. happening right now in sanford, florida, an ncaap rally for slain teen trayvon martin. we expect demonstrators to hold a justice for trayvon martin rally in the next hour and his football team will hold a candlelight vigil in his honor in miramar at 6 p.m. today. he was gunned down by neighborhood watch zycherman. trayvon's family says it was racially motivated and they're calling for his arrest. firefighters are making
progress and getting a handle on the wildfires southwest of denver. more than 600 firefighters trying to stop the flames from spreading. they're trying to find out why they didn't get a reverse 911 call warning them. they say it was probably caused by a softwear glitch. gop presidential candidates are jockeying for support in wisconsin ahead of tuesday's primary. newt gingrich and mitt romney speaking at a coalition veenlts. rick santorum will do the same next hour. an nbc/marist poll shoes 40% for romney, 11% for ron paul, 8% for newt gingrich. president obama share as message. >> you're struggling with everything from college tuition to groceries. you're the ones who serve a break. every member of congress is to
go on record. if they vote to keep giving tax breaks to people like me, tax breaks they can't afford, they're going to have to explain to you where that money is coming from. >> he's pushing congress to pass the so-called buffet rule. it would make people who earn more than $1 million a year pay a higher share in their income and taxes than the middle class. overseas in syria. syrian military clashed with defectors in damascus. an opposition group said at least 29 people were killed. brokered by kofi annan. syrian president ba share al assad accepted the terms of the plans tuesday, but the violence has not stopped there. one of osama bin laden's widows is talking about like with the pakistani leader. she talked with investigators. she's feed feed by them as
amaj ajmed a dadl fattam. she said the family scattered after the attacks and she told the investigators they lived in the compound after the attack in pakistan for six years. headquarterses setting their sights on debit and credit cards. millions of people could be at risk. global investments notified credit card issuers as soon as it was discovered. visa released a statement that all major brands were involved. they have notified customers about accounts that could be compromised. while discover and american express are monitoring accounts. hackers may already be using some of that stolen information, so keep an eye out. big money brings big spojt. people all over the country are getting a slice of that mega millions money. the first three things you
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the winning tickets were sold in maryland, illinois, and kansas. earlier i spoke with clyde anderson about what the lucky winners zhould with their new-found fortune. >> don't go out there and say it's me, it's me. don't rush out and do it, take your time, breathe for a moment you've got to have a plan. plans is essential to what i'm going to do. in order to have flan, you've got to have the right team. you need a good accountant, one to manage the funds a and attorney. then together you can put that plan in place. >> don't rush and get a team together. >> yes, yes. >> what do you advise them? do you advise that or -- >> yes, i do. you want to make money off of my money. you know, use your own money to make money off of it instead of having them control it and keep it somewhere. you can make so much money off
the interest. get the lump sum payment and go ahead and earn interest off it. i think it's $270 million. even if you got a municipal bond, you could make $10 million a year on interest. >> i think the lump sum is $470 million. >> make sure you give uncle sam his piece of it as well. but that's a huge amount of money that you can live off the interest. >> if you can live off the interest and you make all this money, why is it so many lottery winners end up bankrupt? >> you have to realize, when people are buying and all this frenzy, people are buying in hope. it's hope of having something different or a different life. as soon as they get that opportunity to have a different life, a lot of people have never experience order had that type of money. as soon as they get it, they go buy it. theres ee this needs or wants thing. they get counsel who's not reliable or people they can't trust. they have all these new people that come in hair thai mind and
they mismanage funds. they really squander a lot of it so it comes down to mismanagement of the money and at the end of the day, they end up without any money. >> yeah, i'm sure. what about buying a lottery ticket in general? i mean there's so much debt these days. there's student loans, just trying to fill your gas tank, credit card debt. do you -- i mean is buying a lottery ticket a good idea or a waste of money? i ask myself that all the time. >> it was like $176 million. you had a better chance of being struck by lightning. so when you look at it from that standpoint, there's probably smarter thing you can do with your money. if you've got high interest rates money and credit cards, that could be an issue. we have people that were spending hundreds and hundreds of dollarses out here, standing in line to buy lottery tickets where they could use the money to pay something else or take care of other responsibilities we have. >> we'll let you in on our show
pool. >> they're feeling bad because they didn't win. all right. so we asked some of our team member as what they would do if they had won the $640 million and here's what they had to say. one of our writers for the show sailed she would buy an island and then anonymousmy will send family, friends and charities for money. >> our copy editor says that she would buy a giant house in the mountains and a huge house at the beach and give lots of money to family and homeless clarities. and then, of course, buy her own island. our associate produszer said she would take a vacation to france and relax and then figure it out all. we can all dream. i wa to hear from you as well. you can tweet me @randikaye. you're looking live at the ncaapmoncaa
notified for months about this, former miramonte teacher mark berndt is facing 23 counts of loo lewd acts on a child. they're speaking now, decades later, hoping to keep doug bow gar from every coaching again. they described cigarette burns. the physical abuse then led to sexual abuse. >> one time i recall so clearly we didn't end up at the fro fi store but ended up in his apartment, and that was the first time that he disrobed me and forced himself inside of me. >> bow gar has. responded to our request for comment. but in an interview he said that the women are lying. in henryville, indiana, new video showing a school bus driver saving group of kids. it's a little bit disturbing but
the children are all fine. take a look here. you're looking aet surveillance video from inside the school bus being lifted by this ef-4 tornado. nearly a dozen kidding were on that bus, but the bus driver angel perry got the kids to safety minutes before the bus was hit. in the video recording you can actually hear her taking charge. >> everybody stay together. go, go, go, go, go, go. >> she outran the tornado, quickly rushing the kids out of the bus and to safety. amazing. >> now back to the trayvon martin case. the naacp is holding a rally in sanford, florida. it's one of several events happening today. they expect to hold a rally in d.c. if the next hour and his football team will hold a candlelight vigil in his honor in miramar, florida, at 6:15 eastern time. last night our soledad o'brien held a special investigation regarding trayvon.
it included racial profiling and the start your ground law. the teen's final phone call to the girlfriend is key. >> and at 7:12 was our last call to him. the phone call lasted for four minutes. at 7:17 according to the police recor records, they got to the scene and trayvon was shot and killed on the ground, and that tells us a lot. it tells us that she heard some part of the conversation that happened between george zimmerman and trayvon martin. and what she heard was not him coming to identify himself as any neighborhood association carp or anything like that. he said what are you doing around here, as to if suggest he didn't have a right to be here. when you listen to the 911 tapes so we can glean what his
mentality is when he got out of the car. >> does it potentially compromise the case that the young woman who's an ear witness ands that phone records could be so critical to the place if she's not talked to the police but she's talked to her first. >> her parents don't want her involved in this but she has to by law talk and she fwoings to talk. it's hard but she's going to go ahead and do it. >> zimmerman's family and friends have come forward insisting he's not a racist. they say he was protecting his community which was dealing with a rash of burglaries. george howell is there. george, what's the scene like there so far? >> reporter: randi, i'm sure you can hear the helicopter overhead and the gospel musical in the background. you see a lot of people showing up for this rally that was set to begin at 11:00. just a few minutes ago, we heard from a press conference with the head of the naacp with reverend
al sharpton. they made two points very clear, really the focus of this rally. first they want to see george zimmermon arrest and go through due process. and secondly they also said the police chief who has temporarily step add i side he should resign all together or be fired. they were putting pressure on the city manager to take action on this. a lot of people expected today. thousands of people, we're told. thousands bussed in to be part of this rally, randi. >> i know you spoke with ben jell lis earlier this morning from ncaa knaacp. what is the mission? >> it's to put pressure on state leaders to see that this case goes through due process and he is arrested. again, zimmerman has not been charged with anything in this case, but a lot of people, at least in this rally, want to see
him arrested for the killing of trayvon martin. >> and are officials at all concerned that this rally could get out of hand? do they have extra security? >> that's one thing that stood out in this press conference. we heard the rev reverend al sharpton make the point they have been non-violent protests, no report of violence. and as you remember, there have been several marches and rallies here over the last several days, so that is their intent, and you also see a lot of police officers blocking off streets, providing protection for thousands of people that come to this town it seems every other day, randi. >> george howell, thank you very much, live for us in sanford, florida you. can watch the replay of the special townal "bee beyond trayvon" hosted by soledad o'brien at 2:00 p.m. today right here on cnn. a chemical link has been found in me of your basic household products, things from
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some perfume, lotion, take the clothes you're wearing out of the dryer? if you've done anything of that, scientists from the silent spring institute say you've probably been exposed to bpa. it's a chemical linked to breast and prostate cancer and heart disease. earlier i spoke with the doctor about it. >> it's farmed in a lot of household things like you mention. it makes plastic sort of firm but flexible. >> i know it's been banned in other countries but it's perfectly legal to put it in the products here in the youth. >> the most common places are going to be the plastic fool containers, the lining of cans. it's in a lot of canned food, water bottles. but it is banned in other countries, but in the u.s. there's been a constant effort to decrease our exposure, so most baby bottles don't have it after 2009. sippy cups have had the bpa removes from it. but it is a pretty universal
chemical. >> yesterday they decided against a ban on food and drink containers. say it's been studies and continues to study the effects of bpa and will make any necessary changes base oddtown science but it says it's in hundreds, maybe thousands of the products here. how do we know? do we look for a label or how do we know it's in the product we might be using? i never thought it might be in kitty litter small one of the main polices that people are exposed to is going to be plastic food containers, maybe when you bring leftovers home from a restaurant. one way to look for it if you flip it over. the recycle triangle, anything that has a number 3 or 7 could have bpa in it. some things to try to do to avoid the exposure are going to be don't heat those containers. if you've ever microwaved a plastic container, it starts to collapse and buckles, it's telling you the chemical is denaturing. don't try to reuse water
bottles, things like that. but don't heat up cans in the can. dutch the stuff out. there are ways to limit our exposure, and most of the danger says it could be harmless in animal bus they're continuing to look at it in humans. right now in the small amounts that they seem to find we consume, it seems to be safe. >> what about the side effects in terms of children? are the younger kids more at risk or is it more at risk for them? >> that's exactly right. that's why they're worried about children and unborn babies. pregnant women and kids is where yu want to be careful. which is why a lot of manufacturers have removed it from sippy cups and baby bottles to avoid that because infants don't process things the way adults do. they're much more conservative. even there it's been a small amount found and the only danger seems to be in animal studies. >> are there side effects? would we know? >> it wouldn't be noticeable.
it's mike row scopic. there's no test you can do voluntarily to go find out. the smart thing is this could be a problem. just try to limit your exposure. >> all right. that is extent vice and great information. doctor redi. thank you. both mitt romney and rick santorum throwing support behind scott walker but could it hurt the gop candidates in the polls come tuesday? plus mitt romney already sounding like he's the nominee. a countdown to the wisconsin primary next. no matter where you go. no matter what you do. when you're living with moderate to severe crohn's disease, there are times it feels like your life...
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wisconsin residents could get a new governor soon. they order add recall election. friday's vote was 5-0 in favor of that recall. it was in response to a petition signed by more than 900,000 people who want republican governor scott walker out. they're angry about a bill he signed back last year that scaled back on garning rights with public unions. that did not sit well. now the governor will have to campaign to keep his job with an election set for june 5th. keith olbermann was ousted from current tv. he accuses them of breaking their promises to him. co-founders say current tv's values were no longer in relationship with keith olbermann. eliot spitzer has launch add new show in olbermann's old time slot. g oop candidates are rallyi.
rick santorum will do the same next hour. nbc/marist poll shows 40% for romney, 33% for santorum, 11% for ron paul and you see it there, gingrich at the bottom with 8%. right now representative paul ryan is speaking there. you see him. he endorsed romney as of yesterday. let's listen in for a moment that and while in this election, the debate won't be completely won or lost by one side or the other. one side's not going to completely vanquish the other, but this election will put in place a trajectory because of math and momentum that will last a generation, that will be very difficult to reverse. so that tells me we've got some bad news that we have to deal with. the math, the momentum, and the man that's bringing it about. well, let's look at the math. we have a debt crisis coming. we know this.
everybody knows this. turn on the tv and look what's going on in europe and that's what could happen to us next if we don't get this situation under control. we can't keep spending money we don't have. we're spending -- borrowing 40 cents on every dollar. the president just gave us a budget that said let's just do more of this. >> you're listening to paul ryan speaking at this coalition. fw op presidential candidate mitt romney meanwhile sounding like he's done with the primary season and moving on to the presidential election. no mention of the other candidates. take a listen. >> barack obama and i have a different opinion of fundamental america. he spent money and time for a new government and society. aisle spend the next four years of rebuilding our foundation of an opportunity society led by
free people and their free enterprises. >> mitt romney also got three big endorsements this week, marco rubio, george h.d. bush and as i mentioned paul ryan. >> our rachel is here. >> reporter: i have to speak quietly because paul ryan is speaking right now. it certainly felt like general election yesterday about 24 hours ago when he gave an economic address. it was a market shift to this general election tone. he was reading from prepared remarks off two teleprompters on the stage. there were five, count him, five behind him on the stage and he did not mention his opponents. he didn't mention rick santorum or newt gingrich. he kept all of his focus on president obama and his ek noej policies which he said were a burst. he used that economic centrist line he used earlier. the voters said, hey, who to you
think will be your vp and romney said, whoa, whoa, whoa, that's presumptuous, i can't give you those. so we have a vote on tuesday. this thing is not over yet, randi? >> do you hear -- i'm whispering because you're whispering. are you hearing anything from the people. >> do they think he has it wrapped up? do they think the other people, rick santorum, newt gingrich, ron paul should step aside? >> i cover mitt romney. we're hearing from governor scott walker. we've been mentioning it before. they say, hey, we want to hear these republican backup, scott walker, that's the governor who's falling under this recall effort and one man told me said, i want to hear those republicans. we're all republicans together iechlts important for the presidential candidates to stick up for each other.
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you are looking live now at the naacp march for trayvon martin. a huge crowd of demonstrators heading for the police department there. they're unhappy with how the death of trayvon martin is being handled. authorities say zimmerman has not been charged because there are no grounds to disprove his account that he did act in self-defense. we'll follow the story of course throughout the day. you've heard the saying finders keepers. that may not be so in this case. a deep sea exploration team found engines from the apollo 11 mission. that was the trip to the moon carrying neil armstrong. jeff bezos was behind the exploration. nasa wants them back.
newly released documents in the 2009 disappearance of a utah mother wants to know why her husband wasn't arrested. they found susan powell's blood inside her family's home along with a hand-written will saying that she feared her husband might kill her. last month the husband josh powell snatched the two boys from a social worker and police say killed the children and himself minuteses before his home exploded. lawyers for the army staff sergeant accused of killing 17 afghan villagers aren't too happen with military prosecutor right now. john henry brown says military prosecutors mislead his defense team. he claims they blocked information and kept his team from interviewing witnesses in afghanistan. he's also accusing afghanistan on blocking efforts and witnesses as well. it's not quite summer but some people are already starting to
go on vacation. one destination might not come to mind right away. libya. seems people are interested in where moammar gadhafi ruled for 40 years and where he died. i talked earlier with nicholas wood, he's the director of the travel company leading these tours there. take a listen. >> we went to libya last october just to make an assessment. we thought things were slightly edgy, but we thought it was safe enough to take a group there and last week we came back from a tour and we found people very welcoming. the situation was pretty stable. we had a low level security team with us just to keep an eye on things and it went off fine. it was a great experience. >> you explain that as slightly edgy. what do these tour its get to see when they go to libya? >> well, we were trying to understand the motivations, the reasons behind the conflict. we take people to see families, how a local community is living. we see the local political
leaders. we really try to get under the skin of the place. we try not to dwell too much on the damage and destruction. it's for people who have a serious interest in conko it. people who watch cnn and read "the new york times" and are serious about this. >> did they get to meet leaders? >> we met leaders on the local brigades and people who lost out, people who didn't really do very well out of the revolution and i met also some sim pa thighthigh thesers as well. these aren't exactly hot destinati destinations. what give you the idea to start tours like these and think that people would actually come? >> well, i really don't like the phrase of war-torn tourism. we're almost trying toing at like a news organization and
give people access. we're going to be doing a tour here in london that looks at the financial crisis. we have tours in turkey. we'll soon have tours in scotland. the idea is really to explain to people, give them access and not dwell too much. but it really goes back to my experience as a reporter and how much i enjoyed it. and i thought if i enjoy it, why can't other people do a bit of the same thing. >> how much does a trip like this cost? obviously this there are different -- >> i can say it for you in pounds. >> i can't do the math in my head. >> about 2,000 poundpounds, or $4,000. that's about $6,000. immigrants caught trying to smuggle themselves into the u.s.
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welcome back. just about ten minutes before the top of the hour. time to check out some stories making news from around the nation. first stop, san diego changes ryan leaf was arrested for burglary, and possession. he posted a $76,000 bond but in a statement he said, i've made some mistakes and have no
excuses. he goes on to say he's confident there will be further understanding when the facts are revealed. his most recent arrest three years into a ten-year probation for eight felony drug charges that leaf pleaded guilty to back in 2009. in coronado, california, 15 illegal immigrants now in custody after being caught trying to smuggle themselves into the u.s. coast guards received a call a boat capsized nearby. border patrol agents say they think the distress call was bogus. >> initial reports did come in that the boat was taking on water and had capsized. we found nothing that confirmed that report. we're believing this possibly might have been a call. to dearborn, michigan, three firefighters narrowly escaped from this. the roof gives way right underneath the crew as they were trying to vent. a collapsing roof, all three
walked away without an injury. newsroom continues at the top of the hour with my friend here fredricka whitfield. >> good to see you. good morning. >> good morning to you. >> we're busy in the morning. won that mega million. >> would you have come to work. >> yes, of course. i really like working. i would continue to do that. >> i know. >> we've got a lot straight ahead, noon eastern time. of course our legal guys are going to be with us. they are always mesmerizing and smart. we're dealing with a very unusual case. you know if you've gone to the apple store to buy a new computer, ipad, et cetera, of course, this storefront looks rather familiar, right? >> sure. >> there's a lot of glass involved whether there's doors, storefront overall. not at this particular store but at another one, an 80 something-year-old woman claims she didn't see that glass and she crashed right into it and broke her nose.
avery and richard are going to talk about is this a case of negligence on the part of the store or is this a case of what they saw foreseeability on the side of the customers, that you should be aware of your surroundings, know what's there, pay attention, what is at the heart of this lawsuit against apple. >> what else do you have? something on insurance. >> you know the importance or benefits of car insurance, life insurance, or health insurance. well, financial expert is going to be with us from palm beach. she's going to let us know a number of other types of insurance that are available but are not necessary. among them, how about credit card loss insurance. >> really? >> you don't necessarily need it. going to justify that. also disease insurance. i never heard of that. apparently that's something available. she says that's another one of them that's unnecessary. >> trip insurance. i want to know if you need trip
insurance. >> on the list. asking her about that. then among the happiest jobs out there. you saw that list out there earlier this week. accountants, customer service representatives. perhaps you don't have that job but you want to be happy on your job. in our reclaim your career segment she's going to say -- spell out the things you need to do to make sure you're happy on your job. how do you find happiness on your job if you feel like you're not in the job that's the most passionate one for you. >> it's hard for a lot of people. we're a couple of lucky once. a lot of people out there if you have a job you still may not be happy. >> need to work. how do you find joy and fulfillment if it's not the one you feel more passionate now. >> i'm finding joy now. >> are you feeling it? >> this is fabulous. >> we're going to carry it throughout the day. lots of joy. >> i'll be watching. thank you. three winners hit the jackpot. earlier i asked how you would spend the big bucks if you had won. your responses after a very quick break.
would do if you won the $640 million jackpot. here is a look at some of your responses. jack from new york city says, "i didn't win. but if i had, i would have brought you that velvet track suit that you've been wanting." why do i think i know jack. kevin from twin cities says, hi, randi, i didn't win. if i did i'd share the wealth. i could help my country and pay off the interest on the national debt for a day. hmm. would there be enough? smart question. stewart says if i won the mega millions i would buy an nba team and then give the rest to family and charity. i'll travel all over europe for three months to get it in the head this i'm rich and set up a college found for the kids and family. all right. reynolds, what would you do if you had one? i know you played? >> buy a defibrillator to shock me back to life after i won the thing. >> you should have that on stand by ready to go.
you can't go out and get it. >> a velvet track suit? >> yeah, i think this is a friend of mine who just likes to tease me. >> nice move. >> thanks, jack. thank you. >> busted. >> i like this guy. all right. so here are the winning numbers. before we get to weather, how do you pick yours? quick pick? >> i do the quick pick. >> yeah. >> same thing. >> numbers are numbers are numbers. hey, the numbers we've got for you today in the forecast pretty interesting. pretty high chance of storms especially across parts of mid mississippi valley. not a high risk from the storm prediction center, a slight risk. a pretty good shot we're going to see storms pop up. severe. parts along the eastern seaboard and out west. still have the possibility of strong winds. some gusts topping 70 miles per hour. that is not going to help people in parts of colorado battling these fires. also on the other side, dry wind. heavy rainfall we expect in parts of the pacific northwest, along the coast where we have watches and warnings. we expect that rain to last
quite a while this weekend. with it heavy rainfall, might see backups in places south and west coast, san francisco, rain, low clouds will give you delays up to an hour. major delays new york and philadelphia and minor delays in atlanta, charlotte, los angeles and also salt lake city. be honest, if you're in a hurry, a minor delay is a big delay. >> that's true. when do you travel without delays anymore, right? >> true. >> pretty rare. >> to be expected. no doubt about it. >> thank you, reynolds. >> you bet. >> thank you, everybody for watching as always. love to hear what you think. find me on facebook or twitter at randi kaye, cnn. "cnn newsroom" continues now with fredricka whitfield. >> thank you so much. we all know by now you didn't win. happy winners. tell more about that. mega millions jackpot 12:00 on the east coast, 9:00 a.m. out west. straight to those winners. $640 million mega jackpot. so now