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a lot of upsets yesterday. fun first day. >> have a great day. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com ♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. sit friday, march 18th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning". a new threat targets donald trump's family. police swarm his son's manhattan apartment. voters say they are fed up with both presidential front runners. a new focus group reveals anger in a key swing state. huge hail hammers texas and millions could be hit by a spring snowstorm. but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eyeopener." your world in 90 seconds. hopefully, there is time to still, you know, prevent a trump nomination which i think would fracture the party. >> the gop works to trip up trump. >> the best alternative to
donald trump is to stop him from getting 1,237 is ted cruz and i'll help ted in every way i can. >> the secret service are investigating a suspicious letter sent to eric trump that threatened harm to donald trump's family. american isis fighter surrendered on the battlefield saying he made a bad decision. >> i wasn't thinking straight. north korea testing military strength in direct violation with u.n. sanctions. the flint water crisis is front and center on capitol hill along with fireworks and finger pointing. >> if you don't resign you should be impeached. american airlines flight truck by lightning, forced to divert to jfk. >> a flash of light and big explosion. in texas, hail blasted holes in car windshields. >> i was sitting in my car and boom that happened. a fire stunt in florida goes
horribly wrong. >> fire on his faye. >> all that. >> it's march madness time and hopefully, we have crazy dunks and crazy march madness and check out my commercials during the break too. >> march madness for the yale bulldogs in double overtime! little rock is moving on. >> all that matters. >> take a look at sean. he is soaking wet right now. >> miller is into it. fully engaged. >> you love a coach like that. you just don't want to hug him right now. >> on "cbs this morning." marco rubio has joined the ranks of the fallen and when he dropped out he was gracious in defeat. >> i'm so grateful for the help you guys have given us. i want you to know there's nothing more you could have done. >> you could have voted for him. but besides that. >> this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota. let's go places. ♪ welcome to "cbs this morning." happy friday.
charlie rose is off so john dickerson of "face the nation" is here. good to have you here. >> thanks for having me. >> great to have you here. after spending weeks using what many call violent and inflammatory rhetoric on the campaign trail, this morning, donald trump finds his own family is now the target of threats. a threatening letter containing a suspicious white powder was sent to the manhattan home of eric trump, one of the candidate's sons. the fbi, secret service and nypd are all investigating. >> eric trump's wife opened the letter at their home in the trump parc east building south of central park, and that is where don dahler is right now. don, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the letter arrived here at eric trump's luxury apartment which is right next to central park. police swarmed this biblgd last night when laura trump opened up an envelope post marked from massachusetts and discovered it contained a white powder. initial field tests showed that that powder is not hazardous.
but the letter contained an explicit threat thelg cbs that it said if donald trump does not withdraw from his presidential candidacy that his family will be harmed. now 32-year-old eric trump is donald trump's second oldest son. he's been largely visible on the campaign trail, often appearing behind his father at events. this is not the first threat to trump this week. the activist hacker organization said they're declaring total warfare against trump for statements he's made. they claim they'll launch a cyberattack on his various online entities beginning april 1st, which of course is april fool's day. >> don, thanks. ted cruz's presidential campaign is getting new support this morning. lindsey graham and marco rubio
praised cruz on thursday saying they were afraid of what donald trump candidacy could do to their party. major garrett is in washington to look at this. good morning, major. >> reporter: good morning. ad hoc and so far aimless to stop donald trump efforts continue. another one in downtown washington and another in palm beach, florida with the biggest republican donors. so far all more talk than action. in this vacuum, ted cruz has emerged as the least likely establishment favorite to topple trump. >> clearly, i mean, ted's positions on issues are conservative. >> reporter: returning subdued and defeated to capitol hill after ending his white house bid, marco rubio did not endorse ted cruz but said he is the only alternative. >> hopefully, there is time to still, you know, prevent a trump nomination which i think would fracture the party. >> reporter: senator lindsey graham agreed intensifying his criticism of donald trump. >> i think his campaign is built on race phobia and bigotry and i think a disaster for our party. >> reporter: graham offered cruz
a halting endorsement. >> i'm going to be doing a fund-raiser for ted cruz. he's the best alternative to donald trump. certainly not my preference. >> if you kill ted cruz on the floor of the senate and the trial is in the senate, nobody can convict you. >> reporter: john kasich, the last man standing between a trump versus cruz primary attacked trump's comments that riots could break out at a contested republican convention. >> for somebody running for president of the united states, to say -- to even imply that there could be violence if he doesn't get his way, you know, he's not running for the presidency of the wwe. >> reporter: the primaries head west to utah and arizona where cruz is rolling out new ads he hopes will rally anti-trump voters. >> ted has kept those promises with that trust that he has earned. we need to unite behind ted cruz.
>> i'm ted cruz and i approve this message. >> reporter: the voice in that ad is mike lee, an ally of cruz and both lee and cruz have operated outside of the gop establishment in washington. now they are pulling it in to their anti-trump world. norah? >> major, thank you. president obama is not endorsing a candidate yet but this morning he appears to favor hillary clinton. "the new york times" reports the president told democratic donors at a private fund-raiser in texas, quote, that senator bernie sanders of vermont was nearing the point of which -- at which his campaign against hillary clinton would end and that the party must soon come together to back her. sanders responded to those comments last night. >> we have received more votes from people under 30 than secretary clinton and donald trump combined. many states were winning the votes of people under 45. that is the future of america. that is the future of the democratic party. so to suggest we don't fight this out to the end would be, i think, a very bad mistake. >> the white house said the president's comments were meant to stress that success in
november will depend on the ability of the democratic party to come together behind the nominee and he did not indicate or specify a preference in the race. the vermont senator is also offering a critique of the president's supreme court pick. sanders says he strongly supports a nomination of merrick garland but if he wins the election in november he said he would ask the president to withdraw the name. he wants a more progressive justice. this morning, republicans remain united in their refusal to consider garland. jan crawford is on capitol hill where the partisan fight is spilling into the senate's easter recess. jan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. sanders may have his concerns, but there is no evidence that garland would be anything other than a liberal justice. and as he started his visits here on capitol hill, other democrats gave him a warm welcome. garland's first meetings were friendly, starting with a top democrat on the judiciary committee who stepped up the pressure on republicans. >> i think they owe it to their constituents and to the country
and more importantly to the constitution. >> most of the republican doors are closed. only a handful signalled they will meet with garland. although judiciary committee chairman chuck grassley left open a crack. >> it's a case of an hour meeting with judge garla charlie roses say no, to that. if i can meet with a dictator in uganda, i can surely meet with a decent person in america. >> reporter: the white house is hoping with enough pressure republicans will cave. for now they're holding the line for the next president. >> the responsible course of action is to avoid the political theater. >> republicans think that the people deserve a voice. >> the american people deserve to be heard in their voice heated. >> reporter: in a conference call with supporters, president obama said that issue was settled. the american people did have a say back in 2012 when they elected me president. >> the biggest challenge for the white house is going to be keeping the attention of the american people.
>> reporter: former judiciary committee chief counsel says to prevail the white house will have to keep beating that drum. >> you have outside personalities as candidates. and there are going to be issues that will be coming up, and, you know, i don't think the american people are going to be paying as much attention to the nomination of judge garland. >> reporter: now, garland also doesn't bring diversity so some groups on the left aren't all that fired up. but he would be a solid liberal vote and with his temperament and intellect, perhaps someone who could build consensus on a court of nine. john? >> jan, thanks. the obama administration this morning is calling on north korea to calm tensions after a pair of new missile launches. the pentagon confirms pyongyang fired two ballistic missiles overnight. they crashed into the sea. the launches comes day after president obama imposed new sanctions on the north. ash carter said this morning the
s u.s. clamped down punishment for missile nuclear tests earlier this year. federal investigators are investigating a lightning strike on an american airlines flight that was flying from north carolina to laguardia airport when it was struck. >> there was a flash of light and big explosion. the plane dipped about a hundred feet. i don't know. it just felt like i was on a roller coaster. >> the plane diverted safely to new york's jfk airport. 59 people were on board and no one hurt. i'm sure they were quite scared. powerful storms roll through texas leaving a trail of damage. listen to that. hail the size of tennis balls pounded the areas around dallas yesterday. it smashed through windows and dozens of cars.
chief weathercaster lonnie quinn of wcbs is here in the studio. you know something big could be happening. >> you get up to the northern plains, anywhere north of that and you get the possibility of the inclement weather. the store vi the big swirl around the great lakes. see how that's dropping to the south? that's going to bring in cool air to places like the northeast. then we watch this area i've circled in yellow, wichita, kansas right now. that storm is going to get together pushing down to the south, grabbing added moisture, exits the seaboard, grabs more moisture along the east coast and if it travels up the east coast, the northeast has a big snowstorm on their hand. if it pushes out to sea, not so much. three out of the four big computer models are saying this is in fact going to hug the coastline. it looks like a snowstorm for the northeast. not even b everybody is on board but it looks like measurable snow out there. how much are we talking about?
one to three inch of snow, rain mixed in. i-95 corridor could be tough traveling, sunday into monday, three to six inches. where ever you see the dark blue, six to 12 inches. everybody else whatever snow you pick up, certainly not going to last too long. spring snowstorm are rare, they do happen but they don't stuck around too long. you'll g in the 50s and 60s by the time you get into next week. all of this is going to melt in a hot second. that's it for the weather picture. let's go over to you. >> thanks, lonnie. michigan governor rick snyder is back in flint this morning to meet with officials about the city's watercrisis. he testified yesterday before a house panel. some members of congress are calling for snyder and the head of the epa to resign over the lead contamination. adriana diaz is in washington with the contentious hearing. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it was the first time lawmakers
got to grill the two high-ranking officials involved what has become a full-fledged health emergency. republicans put most of the blame on president obama's epa chief while democrats zeroed in on the michigan governor. >> as soon as i knew there was a lead issue, we did blood testing and -- >> plausible deny about only works when it's plausible. >> reporter: nearly four hours on thursday. >> no! just listen for a second! >> reporter: lawmakers took turns blasting michigan governor rick snyder and epa chief mccarthy. >> it wasn't until january of the next year you actually did something. that is the fundamental problem! don't look around like you're mystified! >> reporter: the city tapped into the flint river for drinking water in april 2014 to save money. but the improperly treated water caused lead to leach from old pipes. although flint is no longer pumping river water, most of the city's 8,000 lead pipes have not been replaced. >> i should have asked tougher questions and i should have done more.
>> reporter: at the hearing, governor snyder apologized and blame failures on all levels of government. >> inefficient, ineffective and unaccountable bureaucrats at the epa allowed this disaster to continue unnecessarily. >> reporter: mccarthy insisted her agency followed the lead of michigan environmental officials. >> from day one the state provided our regional office with confusing, incomplete, and absolutely incorrect information. >> you need to take some responsibility because you screwed up. you messed up a hundred thousand people's lives. >> reporter: flint residents traveled by the busload to attend the hearing. >> i found a flyer in my mailbox saying that pregnant women and people 55 and over should not drink this water. >> reporter: ms. wakes said she miscarried in 2015 tho it was not clear it was linked to the contaminated water. >> no amount of testimony or even apologies can bring my
babies back or take the lead out of everyone's body. someone needs to be held accountable. >> reporter: in a statement to the detroit news, governor snyder said that he voluntarily testified to ensure that nothing like this ever happens again. he says he has no plans to resign. as for epa administrator mccarthy, the white house says it supports her. >> what a hearing. thank you. the american who defected from isis in iraq is opening up about how he became disillusioned with jihad. it involves a woman. he revealed that he traveled from his home in virginia to london and then amsterdam. from there he went to turkey where a contact helped him join isis. elizabeth palmer is in erbil, iraq. close to where the kurdish forces detained him. good morning. >> reporter: khweis left the united states in december of 2015, so in a few short weeks he's had what you might call a radical change of heart.
>> she set up the transportation from turkey to syria to syria to iraq. >> reporter: love may have been a factor, but khweis may have been seduced by the videos posted on social media showing the good islamic state but when he got there that is not what he found. >> our daily life was basically prayer, eating, and learning about the religion for about eight hours. >> reporter: as for why he did
it? well, khweis is a little vague on that point. >> at the time i made a decision to go, because i wasn't thinking straight. >> reporter: so khweis did what so many others have done. he found a people smuggler to get him out. but instead of arriving safely on the turkish border and freedom, he has found himself in custody and in deep trouble. the department of justice has already said it's planning to file charges against him in the united states and here erbil, he has been interviewed by the fbi. >> thank you. the first day of march madness featured a wild string of upsets. seven lower seeded teams won on thursday. 12th seeded yale beat fifth seeded baylor in a 79-75 stunner. the first for yale. overtime against purdue. little rock won in double overtime 85-83.
voter outrage could backfire on the presidential campaign. >> i would rather not vote than vote for either one of these candidates and it pains me to say that because i feel like my right as a member of this democratic society should be able to vote, but given those two candidates, i can't vote for either one of them. >> ahead, polster frank luntz with a focus group that reveals anger and fatigue among key swing state voters. the news is back this morning right here on "cbs this morning."
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dumping her body in haywards enter a plea today good morning. it's 7:26. i'm michelle griego. a man accused of killing his girlfriend and dumping her body in hayward is expected to enter a plea today. esmid pedraza is charged with killing stacey aguilar of san jose last month. four san francisco sheriff's deputies are being sued over abuse and harassment claims by three inmates. the inmates claim the guards ran a fight club at the jail and forced them to participate in gladiator-like fights with other inmates. coming up on "cbs this morning," are you already experiencing campaign fatigue? hear from voters about their views of the leading candidates and how they share their disappointment. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment. ,,,,,,,,
good morning. look out for trouble spots as you make your way towards the bay bridge. slow-and-go now. metering lights are on, still sluggish through there backed up into the maze. earlier accident at powell is cleared over to the right shoulder. so lanes are open but you are backed up well beyond berkeley through this area. also, the south bay still very slow. it's recovering from an earlier accident north 101, 280/680 to highway 237. 21 minutes now for your drive time. that wreck on 280 is cleared. >> good morning. as you are heading out, we have the return of the marine layer, our beloved marine layer. it's a west wind 10 to 15 miles per hour. blowing the clouds onshore along the coast and into the area. so we're cloudy at the beaches, not so much our inland areas. highs today coming down 50s to low 70s. spring arrives tomorrow night
♪ today is st. patrick's day, which commemorates the time when st. patrick drove all of the drunks out of new jersey and into manhattan. >> apparently, this is supposed to be a religious holiday. now, i'm no biblical scholar but i don't remember jesus telling his followers to commit every sin possible until their body shuts off. that's not something i remember. >> how much have you had to drink today? >> two shots. >> two shots of what? >> of tequila, of course. >> oh, tequila, the traditional st. patrick's day drink. >> i saw some people on the street yesterday that look like they were feeling no pain. >> at noon, they were already feeling that way. >> they were in good shape yesterday. welcome back to "cbs this
morning." coming up what if the leading presidential candidates are not your pick? a focus group reveals to frank luntz something in common for the two front runners. why some voters are running away from both of them. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. "the new york times" says some apple enineers might resist if they are ordered to help the fbi unlock the iphone of the san bernardino terrorists. some may quit their jobs. their concern stems from apple's old decades anti-establishment culture. a hearing is scheduled next week. a man for plotting an attack inspired by isis. he was convicted in the attack in -- in the plan to attack a contest showing cartoons depicting the prophet mohammed last year in texas. it was the nation's first jury trial involving an attack in the u.s. committed in the name of an islamic state.
a video apparently showing an american student detained in north korea stealing a propaganda banner. north korea released of someone removing a sign from a hotel wall. otto warmbier wanted the sign for a friend, he says. he was sentenced for 15 years hard labor this week for hostile attack against the state. "fortune" reports 107,000 cans of chicken of the sea are being recalled. it affects five-ounce cans of chuck light tuna in oil or water. officials say the fish may have been undercooked. the previous recall by bumblebee was prompted by improper sterilizing. the affected items are listed on cbs this morning.com. >> adam laroche retired on tuesday after the manager told him to spend less time with his son in the clubhouse. angry teammates played the next day but only after the general manager talked them into it.
laroche's son traveled with the team last season. voters in florida are sharing their frustration about the options in the presidential race. this morning, a focus group gives us a revealing look at the anger towards the front runners in both parties. >> i have to tell you, i have tried in every way i know how, literally from my years as a young lawyer al the way through to secretary of state to leveling with the people. >> have you always told the truth? >> i have always tried to. always. >> the red and green lines tanking there show equal dissatisfaction among republican and democratic voters as they watched scott pelley's interview with hillary clinton. >> you can see on her face from her expressions that she is lying. >> come on. she lied about lying. who does that? >> the focus group is compromised of voters who oppose both clinton and donald trump. >> the two front runners share the distinction of being among the least likely candidates. cbs news contributor and republican strategist frank luntz led the group at the
orlando public library in the heart of florida where both clinton and trump won big this week. >> how many of you have a positive impression of donald trump? raise your hands. none of you. how many of you have a positive impression of hillary clinton? raise your hands. none of you. >> i would rather not vote than vote for either one of these candidates and it pains me to say that because i feel like my right as a member of this democratic society to be able to vote, but given those two candidates, i can't vote for either one of them. >> this is like a none-of-the-above election. why none of the above? >> i just think that none of the -- neither party deserves my vote. they are not giving us what i feel we need as a country so why give the support to somebody who is not going to do what i need them to do for me or my family? >> i don't believe donald trump or hillary clinton care about the american people. i don't trust them and i don't think they are presidential. >> who is mad as hell? this is your country here. >> i'm mad at the voters. i'm not mad at the candidates. you know, they are not -- people
are voting for them and i'm angry for the people that settle for sound bites for their information. >> you're very critical about trump and you don't like him. there is one ad that you responded to, particularly favorably, in that it makes you very angry with donald trump.
>> these are beautiful ties. >> the ties are great. >> the ties are made where? >> ties made in china. >> where were these made? >> i don't know but made someplace. >> who thought outsourcing was powerful and credible? tell me why. >> he always talks about making america great again and bringing back business here, but he is being hypocritical. >> the one thing donald trump is doing, he's doing something that this country has never seen before. he's bringing out voter to the polls that have never voted in a decade. >> i don't think the woman behind you agrees. >> no. >> i'm just saying -- >> if he were bringing out all of the voters to vote for him, he would be doing a lot better than he is.
there is just as many coming out to vote against him as there are voting for him. >> yes. >> i think that donald trump is -- the only way i want to see donald trump in the white house is on a guided tour. >> you've been waiting to say that all night, haven't you? >> yes. well, i mean, the only way i want to see hillary clinton in the white house is if her prison is on a guided tour. >> the thing about hillary clinton is that all of her flaws are verifiable and provable. we see one scandal after another that followed her husband and now it's following her between benghazi and also the clinton foundation, the money that is coming in, the e-mail scandal. it's all there. >> you talked about benghazi being important to you. and you don't feel that she has been candid about what happened. there is one ad that has been run against her that was particularly effective with you-all. let's show the audience at home and then i'll get your reaction to it. >> dear hillary clinton. i want to ask you why you ignored calls for help in benghazi and then four americans
were murdered. >> as an army person, somebody who has served in combat, you sit here and can relate what the guys are going to on the ground. you always realized your country had your back. i feel like we abandoned those guys and i can't imagine what was going through their mind. >> do you blame her, not the president? >> i blame both of them. they both knew what was going on and she did not give them adequate security. and you cannot tell me, having been a commissioned army officer and a planner, that we could not have gotten support to them. >> then vote for trump. >> no. i don't believe anything that man says. his word is as good as that degree from trump university. >> you don't trust hillary clinton? >> not at all. >> you don't trust donald trump? >> not as much. >> there is a great opportunity for someone and that person had better come forward fast because if the republicans put donald trump up, and if the democrats put hillary clinton, it will be the worst turnout election ever. >> i have been voting straight republican for over 30 years.
at this point in time i need to be able to look my grandson in the eye and tell him that i voted with principle. i supported a candidate of principle and, right now, we don't have one. >> i cannot support the republican party as it currently exists. i'm fed up. it's time. you want to do something about it? it's time to start a third-party. this election is gone. i will not vote for hillary, i will not vote for trump. >> frank luntz is with us now from orlando. frank, good morning. i hope hillary clinton and donald trump are watching this morning. is there anything they can or should do to address the negative images you just showed us? >> well, clinton needs to sit down, and she has tried it before and sat with scott pelley and charlie rose and now needs to do it with john dickerson and come lean and show your heart and show some authenticity, because that is what they are mad about, is they don't believe her. in donald trump's case, that he absolutely has to show humility,
although he is as likely to do that as i am to do to pass up a buffet. for both of these candidates, it is necessary for them to say, i'm not perfect, i've made mistakes, this is what i got wrong and this is what i learned from it, but not a candidate is likely to do it. so you're going to see this kind of anger and frustration with both of them for months to come. >> john dickerson is here. >> yeah. thanks, frank. what is your sense, frank, of the percentages of each party where people feel this way? is it more in the republican party, more in the democrat, which is it? >> i have thought there was more with the republicans but i'm surprised. it took us less than 24 hours to recruit this group because so many people would choose none of the above if they had that option. in fact, i hope that cbs on their next poll does it, because you're going to find it's between 15% and 20% of the electorate who would prefer neither of them. people who don't trust hillary clinton and on the republican side, trump has done as well as
he has because he has brought independents and some disinfected democrats but lost a fair number of traditional republicans. both of them have problems within their own parties. >> frank luntz, we will have to end it there. thank you very much. >> thank you. a high school said yes to a fiery stunt at a pep rally. school official probably now regret that decision. we will show you the near disaster next. if you're heading out the door, guess what. we can come, too. watch us live through the cbs all-access app on your digital device. olivia wilde and bobby cannavale from the new show "vinyl" will from the new show "vinyl" will be here in studio 57. (two text tones) now? (text tone) excuse me. (phone tone) again? be right back. always running to the bathroom because your bladder is calling the shots? (text tone) you may have oab. enough of this. we're going to the doctor. take charge and ask your doctor about myrbetriq. that's myr-be-triq, the first and only treatment...
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the scary accident was all caught on video. good morning. >> reporter: fire officials tell us the stuntman suffered serious burns and more than a dozen students treated at the scene. the fire-breathing act was apparently planned to rally kids above a standardized test but it likely did not have the intended effect. we should warn you this contains graphic images. the stuntman was spitting a fireball as another leaper jumped overhead when things got out of control. flames shot across the performer's face and then spread almost instantly. he appeared to try to put out the fire with his hands. >> it's like being burned alive. and the audience is watching. it happened so fast. you got to thank god for that. >> the former circus fer r per r performer runs a performance group called inferno's challenge. >> this is just me falling down. i got to get up.
that's all. >> several students were treated for respiratory injuries. >> i immediately jumped out of the car and started looking for any daughter. there were kids on the ground. they were treats the kids. >> the school district called the incident inexcusable saying it's a direct violation of district policy and that the district's rules are clear that fire and pyrotechnics are forbidden inside the buildings. >> right now i'm glad that the kids are okay. i don't think it was a wise edition. but i'm just glad my daughter is okay. >> it's frightenings to watch. the stuntman is said to be in good condition this morning. >> right now there's a memo going, bob, who okayed the pyrotechnics at the pep rally. it could have been were serious. >> we never had a pyrotechnics display before standardized
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welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is more real news ahead, including the presidential candidates annual bank account. first, here's today's "eye opener at 8." police swarmed this building when eric trump's five opened an envelope and discovered it contained a white powder. so far, all of this has been a lot more talk than action. sanders may have his concerns but there is no evidence that garland would be anything other than a liberal justice. he left the united states in december 2015.
so he's had what you might call a radical change ever heart. this is the first time lawmakers got to grill the two high-ranking officials. more moisture along the east coast. if it travels right up the east coa coast, the northeast has a big snowstorm on their hands. the fire breathing act was planned to rally kids ahead of a standardized test. that's what they're mad about, they don't believe her. donald trump has to show humility. though he's as likely to do that as i am to pass up a buffet. it was reported that an op-ed written by donald trump seems to have been blatantly plagiarized written by dr. ben carson days before. the open said began as a bla-- began as a black doctor. charlie is off today. the secret service, fbi and nypd
aall investigating a threatening letter sent to donald trump's son. a source tells cbs news there was white powder in the envelope. a preliminary test appears that the stance doesn't seem to be hazardous. >> eric trump campaigned extensively with his dad. a source says a letter warned that the trump's family would be harmed if the billionaire front-runner does not withdraw from the presidential race. the letter was found nearly one week after trump supporters and protesters fought at a postponed trump rally in chicago. police have dropped charges against cbs news campaign report er sopan dab he was charged with resisting arrest. he was cleared after a review of video and interviews with the officers involved. he's back covering the trump campaign and said he's relieved that the charges were dropped. house speaker paul ryan says forget it to republicans who think he would be a better presidential nominee than trump.
former speaker john boehner said ryan should be the party's choice at a contested convention if delegates fail to choose a candidate on the first ballot. >> i saw boehner last night. i told him to knock it off. you know? i used slightly different words. i used his own words they used to use against us when he told us to knock things off. it's not going to be me. it should be somebody running for president. look, i made a decision over a year ago not to run for president. i really believe if you want to be president, you should run for president. >> a statement from boehner said his remarks about ryan were after the cuff. former speaker has endorsed governor john kasich sunday on "face the nation" we'll talk about governor kasich and lindsey graham who just endorsed triz ted cruz of all things. a former prep school student convicted of sexually assault being an underage classmate is
headed back to court in just a few hours. labrie's recent conversation with the journalist on a train led prosecutors to claim he repeatedly broke a mandatory curfew. cbs news legal expert rikki klieman is with us. >> good morning. >> such a strange story. how did this come about? >> he's on a train that like a trolley, going from cambridge to boston. he starts to talk with a woman who's a reporter. he knows she's a reporter and he tells them that he was in town visiting his girlfriend at harvard for brunch. so the woman reporter, when she gets done with the conversation, tweets it out. and the tweets then get grabbed, prosecution does the right thing, prosecution says he's in boston. let's look at what he was doing there. let's look at his curfew. they get all of the bus depot hours and see that he has
violated his curfew eight times. >> this is a dumb mistake by him, right? and his parents were letting him do this. >> it may be a really dumb mistake and it may be this whole idea of the arrogance of the young man. and one of the things that i find interesting when you look at the paperwork is the girlfriend story is curiously missing from the paperwork. >> what does that tell you? >> what it tells me is that either his lawyers are trying to give the best possible light to why he was gone and by the way, he did call pretrial services. he got permission for these trips. the thing is, he says that the trips were to see legal counsel and they don't want to name the legal counsel. and he says that the trips were for educational purposes. he had the curfew is interesting. it's 5:00 p.m. till 8:00 a.m. so he says that he cannot pursue online education and have meetings with professors unless
he gets permission to extend his hours. well, we know what the judge is going to think about that. >> what is the -- what happens if his bail is revoked? what happens then? >> he got a gift. he got bail pending this appeal being decided. this is a gift. instead of obeying the rules, he decides he has his own rules. what could happen? he could get his bail revoked. he's going in. the judge could keep the conditions the same and then he has to obey the curfew or the judge could do something in the middle by modifying the conditions. if i'm that judge, i'm pretty angry now, because the arrogance that we saw, according to, i think, the judge at the trial and the sentencing is what we see today. >> it's interesting he would talk to a reporter knowing it's a reporter and reveal that information. >> they're not your friends when they're working. >> excuse me.
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trump. how would his tax plan impact those making less than $55,000 a year. >> to his credit, donald trump proposes to increase everyone's paycheck. let's take you are making $55,000 a year, you'll see about $300 a month, $150 per paycheck increase under a donald trump presidency if that is he's able to get his tax plan through congress which may prove difficult. >> what about those on the higher end of the pay scale? >> with trump it will benefit the wealthy the most. as you go up, your paycheck would increase drastically. >> to be clear, most of the tax analysis shows his plan would blow a hole in the deficit. >> that's a very big point. under his proposal we'd end up with $9.5 trillion in federal deficit over the next decade, which is drastically greater than anything we've seen before. >> adds to the deficit. let's talk about hillary clinton. where does she stand? number one, what is the average salary in this country? >> the median salary is $54,000
in america. getting to 250,000 is where you're in the top 1%. let's go to hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton is status quo. her plan is similar to what we have under president obama. you can expect about the same unless you earn over $1 million or over $5 million. she wants to add a surtax to those people to raise revenue. >> about what about ted cruz? he has a flat tax. >> his is the most creative. he wants to simplify our $75,000 tax plan. this tax plan would benefit the wealthy significantly more. >> how would cruz's plan impact the deficit? >> that would lead to an $8.6 trillion estimated deficit over the next decade. it's still a significant defi t deficit. >> we should point out it's not
just the republicans who are adding to the deficit. bernie sanders plan would add a lot. >> his is the reverse. his would raise so much tax revenue it's actually more extreme than donald trump's proposal to cut taxes. bernie sanders would be raising taxes regardless of your income. >> even if you're making 20 something thousand. >> not a lot. maybe $10. for that you'd get health care. it's a tradeoff. it's about understanding what's best for you. >> what income bracket do most people fall into and who is the best candidate for most people in the country? >> for most people, taxes get complicated. we're paying about 15% of our paychecks in federal taxes. that's not including state or city. and for most people, donald trump is going to put the most money back into your paycheck. unless you really need health care. then bernie sanders will do it for you. hillary clinton is not going to change anything. if you like the way things are, she'd be a good choice. >> all right. lauren lyons cole. interesting. >> something else to think about. >> good information. >> tax time we're all sending
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arthur gonzales was an elite fbi agent and worked at the bureau's academy in kwanquantic virginia. susan spencer investigates his training and devastating turn of events. here is a preview. >> 911. what city? >> she just attacked me with a wife and i had to shoot her. >> reporter: fbi agent arthur gonzales said when he came home from work april in 2013 he was surprised to find his .500 julie there. >> arthur and julie gonzales were living in separate homes. they were in the process of going through a divorce. he basically says i don't love you any more as they are standing in the kitchen and then she launches a knife attack. >> reporter: art, an 18-year fbi veteran, says he instinctively resorted to his firearms
training. when he drew his weapon and began shooting at julie, he claims it was self-defense. >> i just reacted -- >> reporter: four shots were fired at close range, says todd mosol, the lead detective on the case. >> he said he just reacted. >> reporter: is there anything that makes you say, wait a minute? >> no. no. . >> reporter: the more investigators looked into art's story, the more complicated it became. >> i'm asking you to please get down. >> i'm asking you not to leave me. >> reporter: art says julie had a problem with alcohol. >> beer, wine, liquor? all of the above? >> everything. vodka. >> reporter: the detective also learned art was dating a much younger woman, kara kast. >> kara turns out to be an employee with the fbi. >> reporter: what did you find out about this relationship? >> he was involved in a passionate relationship with
cara and probably the best kept secret at the academy. >> reporter: a neighbor who had lunch with julie an hour before the deadly confrontation recalls julie gave most indication that anything was amiss. >> none of it makes sense. it sounds like something out of a textbook. >> reporter: he says it is out of a textbook. he says this is textbook training, that it just kicked it n. >> that's not the textbook i'm talking about. >> reporter: what are you talking about? >> i'm talking about the textbook that says this is how you investigate a murder, this is how you set um the scene. >> reporter: but doug merrill, a retired fbi agent and art's close friend, said there was no staged crime scene. >> it's a case of self-defense. we are federal agents. we don't shoot to kill. we shoot to eliminate a threat. >> reporter: susan spencer is with us. good morning. so is this theory of a staged crime scene, is that correct? >> that was the prosecutor's entire case, that this thing
just smelled from the very beginning that he had set everything up, that, in fact, she didn't even have a knife, according to their tlheory? >> he planned to shoot her from the beginning and get rid of her? >> it smells very bad on this side of the table. he is a fbi agent and cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater and going through a messy gorse and on the call says i had no choice but to shoot her. >> that is exactly his defense. this is so ingrained when you are facing an existential threat this is how you react. >> including your wife? >> well, this is not a time when you think. this was the defense's position that this was completely self-defense. >> wow. this is going to be an interesting hour. susan, thank you so much. you can watch susan's full report called "eliminating the threat," on "48 hours" tomorrow night on cbs. >>. we are rocking out and going wild! olivia wilde and bobby
cannavale. bobby has jokes! let us see your face, your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning. i'm frank mallicoat. it's 8:25. here are the headlines we're following today. a map accused of killing his girlfriend and dumping her body in hayward is expected to enter a plea. esmid pedraza is charged with killing stacey aguilar of san jose last month. and the inaugural sillicon valley comic-con kicks off today in san jose. it runs through sunday at the mcenery convention center. organizers expect some 30,000 people each day so if you bump into spider-man in the south bay, you know why. coming up on "cbs this morning," a detroit style pizza traced back to the auto industry. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,
good morning. i'm gianna franco in the traffic center. we have delays along the eastshore freeway. another accident westbound 80 right at gilman. it's blocking at least one lane. it's been a busy ride if you are heading westbound especially towards the bay bridge with our drive times right around 39 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. metering lights still on. slow across the upper deck into san francisco. northbound 880, just crawling along as you work your way past the coliseum. you're going to see delays into downtown oakland. san mateo bridge "friday light" in both directions, no delays hayward and foster city. and the golden gate bridge looks good.
southbound out of marin into san francisco, looks good. just a heads up bart is dealing with a 20-minute delay due to an equipment problem on the tracks in the san francisco area. and a closure between pittsburg- baypoint and north concord. good morning. it's a return of the marine layer. and it's pushed onshore into the bay. it's worked its way at least 45, 50 miles inland. take a look at it there. looks like a blanket out from about 2800 feet in the mount vaca area towards mount diablo. we will see the clearing of the skies. right now, with the west winds 5 to 10 miles per hour, we are in the 40s and 50s. later today that onshore push will increase about 15 miles per hour. so our numbers will come down. 50s, 60s to low 70s out of the 80s experienced yesterday. you will feel the difference in san francisco. it was 75 on thursday. today 61 degrees. we do have spring officially arriving saturday at 9:30 at night. rain showers, spring showers, late sunday into monday. ,,,,,,,,
♪ a lot of people have been waiting for this moment. a baby bald eagle is finally hatching this moment at the national arboretum in washington, d.c. a pair of bald eagles have been keeping the eggs warm since february. the parents, listen to these names, they're dubbed mr. president and the first lady. they're the first couple to nest in the area since 1947. >> that is so beautiful. >> nice to see life coming into the world, however it gets here. >> something to smile about in washington. >> nobody can be against that. >> we need more rebirth in washington. >> that's right. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up this half hour,
the new drama this explores the dark side of the roque revolution. they play husband and wife on the screen, they are hot, hot, hot in our toyota green room. we'll tlelearn what really happd when she auditioned for "the wolf of wall street." leo is here this morning. we had this pie brought in from the motor state. leading a renaissance with its square slices. it smells so good. that's not bobby's deodorant. it's the pizza. >> we have jokes too, buddy. >> settle down. right now it's time to show you this morning's headlines from around the globe. the los angeles times reports on how signs from pluto are defying scientists expectations.
the dwarf planet's terrain could be 4 billion years old. it features smooth plains, craters and towering ice up to three miles high. a what earned a high school team spot in tonight's championship game. the crowd went crazy after the three-pointer in the final seconds. they did not have a permanent good imto practice or play home games. it is still trying to raise the money. >> the hollywood reporter reveals that u.s. theaters are banning children under 6 from "r" rated movies even if they're with an adult. they say patrons complained about noisy tots or said kids shouldn't see adult content. some chains are enforcing the rule only after 6:00 p.m. others are applying it 24/7. i agree with that, don't you, gayle? >> i do. norah an i have spoken.
>> mommies have ruled on this matter. bobby cannavale and olivia wilde have teamed up for the very first time, they are husband and wife in the new hbo rock 'n' roll series called "vinyl." it follows richie finestra. his wife comes home to find he's relapsed yet again. >> i'm going to stop. no more drugs. okay? i'm going to fix this. i love you so much. >> what did you get yourself into? >> no, no, hey. it's okay. i was just hanging out. >> what? >> what? me and ernst. >> i spend three days away and i come home to this?
>> to what? >> please tell me this isn't happening. >> that's a little rough in the finestra household. olivia wilde and bobby cannavale join us here at the table. it's fascinating to watch you on screen together. i can never tell if you're going to have hot monkey sex or beat the crap out of each other. i'm talking about you on the show. >> hopefully that's like great couples you've seen before, al and kelly bundy. the bunkers. we hope that's what the viewers experience. it's a hot time, of course, 1973. >> you're talking about the '70s. rock 'n' roll, sex, drugs, a little bit of violence. they said olivia wasn't even born in the '70s. >> luckily i've been researching
this role since i was 10 years old. this era always fascinated me from art, music and fashion. >> i love "the washington post" said this about you, wilde is fabulous and calculatingly cool. >> ooh. good review. very good review. >> we were lucky with our revies. >> when they first came to you with this role, what did you say? >> yes. >> no hesitation. >> i was enormously pregnant. they told me bobby was doing it, i was like, yeah, yeah, when are they shooting? the original start date was my due date. i still said yes. we'll work it out. >> martin scorsese, mick jagger and terrence winter. i heard you had to get mick's blessing before. you did a skype thing. >> yes, we did a skype thing. it was nerve-racking. >> you had to get his blessing. tell me about that. >> we couldn't see each other. he was in l.a., i was in new york rehearsing a play.
it was winter. i remember the skype came up and i was nervous about what i should wear, what the lighting should look like. i have an apartment. it was dark. it was very dark. i wore black because i thought that was cool. he was in a white shirt, it was sunny. our vibes were off. i think he was put off by me. i had to go down to d.c. and see him at his concert. we had dinner and hung out in his hotel. i said that before, we went back to his hotel and sealed the deal. we had a good conversation. >> did he give you notes on what life was like in the '70s in the music business? >> he tells great stories about the time and era. and his interactions with some music execs. he does, he has really wonderful stories and contributed a lot, yes. >> you hadn't worked with marty scorsese before. >> you have. >> i worked with him on "boardwalk empire."
he didn't direct me. he was a producer. >> what does that mean? >> every new york actor wants to work with marty. every actor wants to have the opportunity to call him marty. >> how long before you called him that? >> i jumped right in, nice to meet you, marty. hope that's okay. >> does he ride with it? >> yeah. he wants everyone to feel comfortable. that's his main goal, take away any intimidation. >> everyone is talking about you because of the recent interview you were doing with howard, talking about the role, you auditioned for it but didn't get it because they told you you were too sophisticated. i respect marty's choice in casting, always, especially because he put me in "vinyl." which is the result of that audition for wolf. trust the process and do your best. you might end up with a better job. but it is funny. that sophisticated means old. you learn this stuff.
>> how old are you? >> i'm 32. i was younger then. >> still so sophisticated. >> yes. >> i used to be told, we don't think he fits -- that he's right for this world. which usually means -- >> what does that mean? >> you're ethnic, too ethnic. >> you both have young children in the house. baby otis who is 2. >> almost. >> the first time i met a white child named otis. >> otis redding. it's a perfect name for him. very musical. >> you have baby rocco. >> yes. >> and then you have a son that's potty trained and employed. >> yes, i do. >> you have both end of the spectrum. >> it's a very nice thing. >> we covered it all. fun conversation. congratulations. >> thank you. thanks for having us. >> continued success of "vinyl." >> bobby cannavale. thank you. "vinyl" airs sundays on hbo. thank you. cannavale. it's actually more like a pasta.
glor shows us how the hippest variety may now be found in detroit. ♪ >> that's a beautiful pie. >> reporter: it's a flipped version of the paysza you might know, dough, meat, cheese and then sauce. >> this is the red top. >> this gives us the distinction. the stripe on top there. >> reporter: a red top with blue collar roots. >> wow, look at those pies. >> reporter: here at buddy's, detroiters have been eating it their whole lives. for you this is just pizza. >> it's like being home. >> reporter: according to legend, buddy's was first a speak easy. but in 1946, gus made a pie here. he used tomato basil red sauce from sicily baked in square pans first used by auto workers to hold nuts, bolts and car parts. that gives detroit style pizza an extra crunchy crust in
addition to the racy red style top. >> it's been around for 80 years. >> i think we have pans that have been here for 80 years. >> reporter: wes started as a dishwasher at buddy's 41 years ago. today he's the vice president of operations. >> you always hear about chicago and new york. i'm like wait a second. we have something to offer. >> reporter: detroit pizza's big moment is a welcome development for famed food critic sylvia rector. >> everything has been touched by the awe toe industry. >> reporter: it only makes sense, immigrants that rolled in to work on booming assembly lines reworked food basics. >> everybody embraces everybody else's food because that's what you do with food. it's a cultural currency that everybody understands. >> reporter: the type of pizza is made in detroit italian's household inspired imitations. little caesar's first commercialized square pies.
suddenly it's hip for pizza to hail from detroit, including here in hip central, brooklyn, new york. >> we are new yorkers who accept and love all sorts of pizza. >> reporter: you're inclusive. >> we are. >> reporter: emily and matt highland own emily where they make a thin pie easily recognizable to fellow new yorkers. their next pizzeria will be detroit style. you're not from detroit? >> never been there. >> reporter: what is it about detroit pizza you think can be a hit in places other than detroit? >> pizza is universal. it just turned out that we really like this style of pizza. it spoke to us. >> reporter: new yorkers are territorial about their pizza. >> yes. new yorkers also really appreciate very high quality food products. that's above all what we're trying to make, whether it's square or round. >> reporter: it's amazing to see these great lakes cities, right, that were written off years or decades ago and now there's this hip quality to them that everybody wants to be a part of. >> you know, this is a resilient place.
people, individuals are working together and pulling themselves up by their boot straps. it's sort of a ground up resurrection of not just the city but the food scene here. >> reporter: detroit is on the way back, thanks in part to a pizza that never left. for "cbs this morning," jeff glor, detroit. >> all right. the verdict is? >> it's really good. >> i think another good reason to go to detroit. good things come from there. next, we'll take a look back at all that mattered this week. you're watching "cbs this ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
that does it for us. sorry. i'm still eating pizza. >> we have to take a moment for the pizza. bravo! >> our thanks to john dickerson who will be on "face the nation" on sunday. as we leave you, let's take a look back at the week that matters. have a great weekend. >> take it easy. this is the greatest honor
of my life. >> the president is trying to make it as hard as he can for congress to refuse merrick garland. >> i've selected a nominee who is widely recognized as one of america's sharpest legal minds. >> i will not be voting on this nominee. the next president will make the decision. >> the optics of this look very bad. >> these are tough optics, i will admit. >> thank you, ohio! >> do you think you'll be at his hotel after your watch party? >> i don't think i'll be invited. >> we have to bring our party together. >> i want to congratulate donald trump on a big victory in florida. >> frank sinatra, jr., died on wednesday. >> this has taken pretty much everyone by surprise. >> prop up assad and showed russia is a player. >> i entirely beg you for your forgiveness. >> otto warmbier was charged in a trial that lasted an hour. >> the worst flooding here in more than a hundred years. >> do you plan on leaving?
>> when it's full of water i'll leave. >> i'm not running for president. >> best in show for 2016 the little westie! >> president obama unveiled his full march madness bracket. >> i started off making the right pick and end making the right pick. i pick kansas! >> donald trump has released his bracket. >> this is where the party really happens. >> it's supposed to be fun. is it bringing back memories? i just can't imagine either of you twerking on the beach. >> can you imagine what beer will do for you? >> i spotted a little dog stranded in the water. we will try to help him when we get off the air. >> that little dog is named sparky. david and the crew brought the dog some food. sparky is a-ok. >> this is supposed to be american democracy.
>> a protester attempted to rush the stage. >> he is isis-related or could be. >> he makes me laugh at this stuff! >> for john kasich to win the nomination? >> he has to bring new states into the union and get those states to get some delegates. >> happy st. patrick's day! >> you reached out to peyton manning. saying from one forehead to ooed. >> another. >> i wish you wouldn't bring this up. >> buvenl bee is recalling chuck light in water and chunk light in oil and chunk light in water. say that three times. >> chunk light in water, chunk light in water, chunk light in water. >> okay, show-off! drop the microphone, mr. rose! ♪ i have words you never heard ♪ >> look at tara! that baby is coming any day now! >> at what point is it too close to birth is it to be on live television? >> never close, charlie! i have faith in you!
delays this morning for bart riders...as one tiny piece equipment keeps breaking...n good morning. here are the headlines on this friday. delays this morning again for bart riders as one tiny piece of equipment keeps breaking down and power surges strike the east bay track. shuttle buses are subbing for dozens of damaged trains again today. a man accused of killing his girlfriend and dumping her body in hayward, esmid pedraza charged with killing stacey aguilar last month. the comic-con in sillicon valley kicking off today in san jose through sunday at the mcenery convention center. organizers expect 30,000 attendees a day. now to the wonder woman of weather on a friday! >> thanks, frank. hey, we have a lot going on this weekend. we have good guys show at the alameda county fairgrounds saturday and sunday. we have the oakland running
festival on sunday stepping off at 7:00. great event, lots of good support. hope to see you there. we are looking at the return of the marine layer. it's pushing into the bay and actually marched inland a good 45 miles. it will take a while to one burn off. cool day west winds 10 to 15 miles per hour. 40s and 50s now. highs in 50s pacific up to the 70s inland. down from 75 degrees on thursday in san francisco to 61. spring arrives saturday night at 9:30 and with it spring showers on sunday night. we'll have rain on monday and a chance of scattered showers on tuesday. gianna has traffic next.
good morning. welcome back. we have bart delays daly city in both directions. you got about a 10-minute delay for police activity. also dealing with equipment problems this morning. downtown to the east bay 20- minute delays and north concord to pittsburg-baypoint, that no train service is still in effect for equipment problems. expect delays for bart this morning. a little better in the south bay but still slow north 101.