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about vetting. vetting. he called obamacare unconstitutional. that is one reason the sandoval buzz is the white house and reid playing games. >> jan crawford. jan, thank you very much. the "cbs overnight news" will be
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well, donald trump is moving like a storm front through the republican primaries and caucuses. last night he won in nevada with marco ruby and ted cruz way back. heading toward super tuesday next week, trump has more delegates than his rivals combined. and dean reynold is in las vegas. >> reporter: the confounded republican party establishment may fervently wish what happens in vegas stays in vegas, but donald trump's march to the nomination would be hard to bet against now. today the victor was in virginia. one of 12 states with contests next tuesday. >> so we had a very exciting
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>> reporter: in nevada trump ran the table winning almost every category of voter. and by a bigger margin than new hampshire or south carolina. >> we won with young. we won with old. we won with highly educated. we won with poorly educated. i love the poorly educated. >> reporter: there were twice as many caucus goers as four years ago. most of them were angry with washington. an six out of ten said the next president should be a political outsider. >> usa! usa! >> reporter: perfect fits for trump whose rivals sifted the landslide for nuggets of hope in their home states. marco rubio has a bunch of endorsements but no wins. the florida senator told cbs this morning, that will change. >> we'll win in florida. now that governor bush is no longer in the race. him and i split up support in the florida. that will help us. again, as far as going into next week, we feel great about every state on the map. >> reporter: texas senator ted cruz trying to grab a victory in texas where the governor just
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>> texas has 155 delegates. it is the crown jewel of super tuesday. texas has alone almost 15% of the delegates you need to be the republican nominee. john kasich noted he alone is within the margin of error in a race against trump in ohio. but kasich is the governor of ohio. now, in an effort to slow trump down, there are increasing calls to see his past tax returns. scott, mitt romney whose own wealth became an issue during his 2012 campaign said today "we have good reason to believe there is a bombshell in donald trump's taxes." >> trump just tweeted that romney's tax returns made him look like a fool. dean reynolds in nevada for us tonight. dean, thank you.
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democrats is south carolina. that's on saturday. and here's nancy cordes. >> struggling in south carolina, sanders head to missouri today where 7,000 people were waiting to lift his spirits. >> democracy is not a spectator sport. [ applause ] all of you and all of the american people, we are the quarterbacks of our future. >> reporter: but a win in south carolina and large super tuesday states like texas, virginia, and georgia could give clinton an insurmountable lead. >> hey, how are you. >> she has already begun to talk less about sanders and more about republicans. >> they want to turn back all of our rights. women's rights. civil rights. gay rights. workers rights. >> sanders acknowledged he is dependent on one thing.
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voter turnout. >> so far democratic turnout is down from 2008 by 25% in iowa,
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kennedy. bobby kennedy jr. is his cousin. and one of his biggest defenders. >> i know michael skakel. i know he didn't commit the crime. >> reporter: skakel convicted in 2002, release on bail after 11 years when an appeals court ordered a new trial. finding his defense attorney made major mistakes. but state prosecutor susan gill disagrees. defense. this was a well-planned, well defense. >> do you have any comment from today's proceedings? >> no. >> reporter: leaving court, skakel refused to speak. but bobby kennedy jr. who sat with him during the hearing did. >> he didn't get a fair trial. he is not guilty. >> reporter: we were unable to reach michael's brother, tommy skakel for a comment.
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anything to do with moxley, moxley's murder. and, scott, the defense attorney says he expects a ruling from the supreme court by the fall. peter van sant reporting on the story tonight. peter, thank you. a jury has found that talcum powder caused a cancer death. >> and a nascar pioneer gets his due. the "cbs overnight news" will be right back. someone's hacked all our technology. technology... say, have you seen all the amazing technology in geico's mobile app? mobile app? look. electronic id cards, emergency roadside service,
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a jury in st. louis has awarded $72 million to the family of a woman who claimed that talcum powder gave her cancer. anna werner is following this. >> reporter: 62-year-old jacqueline fox of birmingham, alabama, used talcum powder product for feminine hygiene for decades until diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2013. she died last october. a jury decided johnson and johnson, maker of baby powder and shower-to-shower was responsible for her cancer. jerry beasley the family lawyer. >> no question she was a
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using them since birth. and there is no question in my mind that the talc caused her death. >> reporter: american cancer society says results of studies on a possible link between talcum powder or talc and ovarian cancer have been mixed. some reported a slightly increased risk. others no increase. dr. daniel cramer of brigham and women's hospital in boston was an expert for the plaintiff. >> i have done several different case control studies of ovarian cancer. all included information on talc. all of them have found an elevated risk for ovarian cancer associated with talc use. >> reporter: during trial, fox's lawyers presented this document from 1997. in which one of johnson & johnson's consultants noted studies showed significant association between high genic talc use and ovarian cancer. marvin salter is jacqueline
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>> her whole fight was not just for her but so many other women. >> reporter: johnson & johnson declined to do an interview in the statement said the verdict goes against decades of sound science, provig the safety of talc as ingredient in products. >> anna, thank you very much.
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# this could be the most lifelike robot ever. meet atlas. boston dynamics designed it to perform in places that are unsafe for humans. sensors in its legs and lasers in its head help to avoid obstacles even in the snow. and attention bullies if you knock it down, it will get right back up. starting today, facebook users can break from the robotic monotone of the like button. the internet innovator discovered emojis, users can express love, sadness, anger, laughter, or being wowed. the social network decided against a dislike button. we hope you'll look our final story. how one man drove through
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today congress presented the nation's highest civilian honor, congressional gold medal to civil rights marchers who joined martin luther king jr. on the road from selma to montgomery in 1965, a protest to barriers to voting that were endured by blacks. violent attacks were a catalyst for the voting rights act. the medal's inscription calls them foot soldiers for justice. thousands marched. tonight michelle miller has the story of one man who drove for justice.
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daytona 500 made history. >> the closest 500 ever. >> reporter: 68-year-old frank scott recalled another historic first. one made by his legendary father. >> what drove him? >> he had great determination. >> reporter: wendall scott the first african-american to win a nascar premiere series event. the jacksonville 200 in 1963. during the height of the civil rights movement. frank was part of his father's pit crew. >> i mean we were the only african-americans in the setting such as this. he had a lot of death threats. i mean, everybody didn't love wendall scott. >> reporter: in fact, wendall's trophy was given to the second place driver, bob baker, a white racer. wendall scott's family says hours later, nascar acknowledged he did win and paid him the prize money. >> paved the way for us to make it a little bit easier. daryl bubba wallace, the first
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checkered flag on the national circuit since scott, came through the nascar drive for diversity program. >> for me as an african-american, i am definitely carrying on the legacy that he laid out for us. >> reporter: the women and minority drivers need to receive lucrative sponsorships, afford ing them better equipment. they started the wendall scott foundation to give better job opportunities. if he were alive today what would he say? >> he would be pleased. with a lot. but -- >> reporter: but? >> he wouldn't be satisfied. >> last year, wendall scott was inducted into the nascar hall of fame. >> wendall scott fulfill his
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only black driver in it. michelle miller, cbs news, daytona. that's the overnight news for this thursday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us later for the morning news and of course, cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm scott pelley. >> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." hello, everyone, welcome to the overnight news. i'm demarco morgan. the next stop on the road to the democratic presidential nomination is south carolina. which holds its primary saturday. polls show hillary clinton with the lead over bernie sanders. it is getting smaller. at a townhall meeting, clinton faced new question s over a private e-mail server when secretary of state. nancy cordes reports. >> reporter: asked about a ruling by a federal judge, some state officials and her own aides should testify under oath about whether they set up her private e-mail system to evade public records laws. she said there is no basis for
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>> i know there are, challenges about what the state department did or didn't do. that will all be worked out. it is just not something that, that, you know is going to have any lasting effect. >> reporter: clinton was asked again whether she would release transcripts of her wall street speeches. >> why is there one standard for me and not for everybody else? i mean? everybody should be on a level playing field. sanders was asked if he would be twielg level the -- twielg level the playing field. all of my paid speeches to wall street. here it, chris, there a none. african-americans make up a majority of the democratic republican front-runner of racism. >> the birther issue from donald effort to try to delegitimize states. can you imagine that. >> you're making the right choice. >> earlier clinton appeared at an emotional gathering in a
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>> shot 14 times. >> she was joined by mothers of five victims of gun violence or police brutality, whose support she cultivated for months including the mother of sandra bland. >> i am very angry. riot, i'm angry enough to vote for this lady. >> the mother of trayvon martin. >> we have the opportunity off have somebody that will stand up for us as african-americans, for us as women. i say my vote goes to hillary clinton. >> those five women are taking that message all across the state doing multiple events throughout the day. without hillary clinton and getting huge crowds. senator sanders is spending most of the week outside of south carolina in super tuesday states where he thinks he has a better chance of winning. the republicans, donald trump is on a roll heading into
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the republican presidential front-runner made it three out of four with the landslide victory in nevada caucuses tuesday. dean reynolds reports. >> we will be celebrating for a long time tonight. have a good time. have a good time. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: celebrating his big night in nevada, donald trump declared victory across the board. >> we won with young. we won with old. we won with highly educated. we won with poorly educated. i love the poorly educated. number one. with hispanics. [ cheers and applause ] i'm really happy about that. >> trump rejected the notion he has a ceiling of support and laughed at conservatives who are calculating how he could lose. >> and if you could add them up, because the other candidates amount to 55%. if they could just add, they keep forgetting that when people
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lot of votes. >> reporter: long lines pointed to a big turnout for trump. exit polls showed 60% of caucus voters said they were angry at the federal government. more than 60%, said they wanted the next president to come from outside the political system. >> one week from today, will be the most important night of this campaign. >> reporter: looking past his third place finish, ted cruz took the stage in las vegas, focused on super tuesday and home state of texas. arguing he is the only remaining candidate who can dethrone the front-runner. >> the only campaign that has beaten donald trump, the only campaign that can beat donald trump, is this campaign. [ applause ] thank you. >> reporter: leaving nevada before caucusing began, marco rubio watched the results from michigan. where he urged voters to look beyond emotion. >> we can't just elect someone that is angry. we have to elect some one that will make a difference.
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>> reporter: now, early reports of some irregularities at the allowed in, or others double voting. appear to be overblown. the republican national committee did call the process controlled chaos. in fact, the ballot was a little confusing with voters being allowed to choose from among 11 candidates. six of whom are no longer running for president. marco rubio says he remains another second place showing. rubio discussed the race with charlie, gail, and nora for cbs this morning. >> important to take a deep breath. first of all the republican nomination is decided by delegates. 1200 delegates. we are nowhere near that number. you need to have. nowhere near that number of people who have yet filed, much less being able to win them. nd that sense the votes that are happening now, all states are awarding delegates. not based on how many states you win. based on how many delegates you picked up. he does have delegate advantage.
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plenty of states out there. winner take all category, if you within them you more than catch up. what need to happen here, the race needs to continue to narrow. donald trump, for example, he underperformed mitt romney in nevada. four years ago, mitt romney got over 50% of the vote there. shows a significant number of republicans even in nevada who are not, did not want donald trump to be their nominee. it is divided among four people. >> mr. rubio, you yet to beat him. including the latest poll in beating him in your own home state. at what point, what state do you think you are going to be the one to trump donald trump. >> we'll win in florida. now that governor bush is no longer in the race. we split up sat part in florida. that will help us. going into next week, we feel great about every state on the map. there has to be coalescing here. the process began after south carolina. it will continue. after our second place showing
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we're in michigan all ready. here for a rally. headed to houston, texas, debate tomorrow, rally today. we feel great about the work and what it will lead to when the process plays out. >> senator, the issues before the republican people, ones you have debated. one of your opponents. senator cruz this week said that he would have federal agents knock on the doors to find those who are in this country illegally. would you follow that? >> yeah, that its a change of position for him. now under duress in the campaign. trying to change his positions once again to appeal, i suppose and win votes. bottom line is i don't think this country support and i do not military style tactics. i do think there are going to be people deported. people deported now. if you are here illegally. you have deportation order. if you are a dangerous criminal. that is going to happen. i've don't think this country is going to support or pursue
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will descend on zurich for a special meeting. one of the most important in its 112-year history. maybe even one of its last. [ applause ] its ranks have been thinned. president seth blatter suspended. general secretary fired. and five current executive committee members facing criminal charges. some nervous delegates may decide to skip the event given what happened the last time they got together in may. authorities swooped in and made arrests here and on three different continents. acting at the behest of the u.s. justice department, attorney general loretta lynch. >> they were expected to uphold the rules that keep soccer honest and to protect the integrity of the game. instead, they corrupted the business of worldwide soccer to serve their interests and to enrich themselves. fifa's main job is to organize and run the biggest sporting event on earth. the world cup.
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national teams, the generates billions and billions of dollars and crowns a world champion every four years. it's like the olympics only bigger. the honor of hosting the games can alter a nation's fortunes and the competition is intense. it is fifa's executive committee that decides where the world cup will be held and how the billions will be divided. according to the indictment, that's where the corruption comes in. how did the racketeering enterprise work? >> the allegations are that it was all about selection. choosing where events would be held. choosing who got the rights to broadcast. it was -- those key choices which were very lucrative off to the recipients that created the power. >> john baretta used to run the u.s. attorney's office in the eastern district of new york with a specialty in the mafia. he was used to names like genevese and gambino and had
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case ended on his desk. he knew how the game was played. you want this? you got to pay me? >> those are definitely the allegations. >> you've got to pay me $10 million. >> man millions in many instances alleged not just for low-level tournaments. the world cup itself. >> you are talking about shakedowns? >> absolutely. >> according to the indictment, that $10 million bribe was paid by the government of south africa to help secure the 2010 world cup. the money, originally disguised as a charitable contribution, ended up in the bank account controlled by former fifa vice president jack warner, a trinidadian who ran the north american central american and caribbean confederation of fifa. which was headquartered in new york. he its current leap fighting
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warner is one of 25 fifa officials named in the indictments. as for the bribes, there are too many to go into here. the biggest was $150 million paid by a sports marketing firm for contracts to sell broadcasting rights. then there were the smaller tips. a stack of envelopes filled with $40,000 in cash. from an executive committee member from qatar who was buying votes in a fifa election. qatar has a high profile at fifa right now and ape source of some embarrassment. the fifa world cup is qatar. qataris were happy. but most thought an odd choice. it made fifa the butt of international jokes. >> some fifa executives took bribes to put the world cup in qatar. i help that's true.
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>> not just that the routine temperatures top 120 degrees in the summer or a dismal right record. they have no soccer tradition and it would seem very few fans. games there are often played in empty stadium. fifa ignored its own internal security report which warned of a high risk for terrorism. maybe the executive committee was impressed with the dazzling multimedia, virtual reality vision, of what the qatar world cup would look like in 2022. right now this is all just a mirage. most people who follow international soccer aren't surprise by all of this. the chicanery at fifa an open secret because of this man. a freelance reporter. harping about it more than a decade.
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ever in world sport. nothing like it. how did you get into this? were you a soccer fan? >> definitely not. good luck to people who enjoy it. i am a crime reporter. that's it. it is there. no doubts about it. . >> reporter: jennings who had broken big stories and the international olympic committee. was asked to take a look at fifa. he couldn't believe his luck. >> i did start thinking. ape few bad apples. a few more. my goodness, who isn't. so bribery was standard operating procedures at all level of fifa. >> there does come a time that you don't really get upset. it's another drieb. because there are so many. in fact, a way of operating. how they went on with the business. >> when he began asking rude
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conferences a dozen years ago he was exiled to the parking lot. for years his colleagues in the sporting press considered him a gadfly. and eventually people started paying attention. he landed a gig with the bbc, launching kamikazee attacks on the likes of fifa president, seth blatter. >> do you know which footballers took bribes from the -- >> the aforementioned fifa vice president, jack warner. [ indiscernible ] >> if you could spit on me you would spit on me? >> jennings received vindication in 2009, when the fbi asked for his help and invited him to london to meet with their agents. >> i shuffled down to london. went into the room. three immaculately dressed, perfect manners.
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nation's capital. chip reid is at national portrait gallery in washington with hamilton's story. >> george washington and thomas jefferson are all over this town. but good luck finding alexander hamilton. yes, pull a $10 bill out of your wallet or come here to national portrait gallery. for the most part he has been overshadowed by the other founding fathers. now he is finally getting his turn in the spotlight. he bind the rap-inspired lyrics and hip-hop beats. new york's most talked about show, hamilton serves up a history lesson like no musical ever before. until recently alexander stoic face on the $10 bill. that changed when hamilton hit broadway. so, this is hamilton grange. >> where he lived the last
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this would be far from the city. >> 100 blocks north of the theater is where the real alexander hamilton lived in an area known as hamilton heights. ron churno wrote the biography on which the musical is based. >> we are sitting in his house right now. the dining room table. what is it like for you to be sitting here? >> a thrill to be in this house. this was really the only house that we know that he ever owned. >> hamilton's story is an extraordinary self-made american immigrant. born out of wedlock, he was orphaned as a child. within a few decades he became one of most influential figures in u.s. history. general george washington's top aide. signer of and major force behind the constitution.
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system and founder of the coast guard and "new york post." >> was hamilton a war hero? >> absolutely. >> absolutely. >> evil genius? >> not for me. >> for some people? >> some people. >> visionary? >> undoubtedly. >> insecure? >> to an extent. >> temperamental? >> definitely. >> i think what attracts people to the story of alexander hamilton is there are so many thangz bout him that you can admire. but he was an individual, you can at the same time identify with him. >> lynn manuel miranda decided to tell hamilton's story and rhyming lyrics of rap. in an interview he explained the concept to charlie rose. >> your music is rap. i also believe that form is uniquely suited to tell hamilton's story. it has the words per measure than any musical genre. it has the rhythm. if it has density.
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writings, density. his furious disputes with the other founding fathers were legendary including a decade long rivalry with thomas jefferson. opposed. republic. >> hamilton had a vision, not only traditional agriculture. there would be cities, factories, stock exchanges, banks, corporations, central bank. the world that we know today. >> hamilton died in a duel with vice president aaron burr at age 49. at his grave in lower manhattan, there is a surge of visitors here to remember the man who history almost forgot. >> he died more than 200 years ago. now getting his term in the limelight. his name is literally up in lights on broadway. doesn't get any better than that. >> alexander hamilton craze is showing no signs of slowing down. and the book has been on the best seller list for 18 weeks. six weeks longer than back in
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narrator: donate to goodwill where your donations help fund job placement and training for people in your community. an 18-year-old from west palm beach, florida, facing charges for allegedly impersonating a doctor is in more hot water. local car dealer says that he malakai love-robinson bounced a downpayment check for a brand new mazda before driving off with the car. love-robinson insists the bad check was an honest mistake. as far as fake doctor charges he insists he has done nothing wrong. vladamir dutier reports. >> reporter: according to police malakai love-robinson began posing as a doctor early as last year when he created his own medical center and allegedly began screening patients. with the white lab coat and stethoscope, malakai love-robinson may
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right out of a hollywood con film. >> dr. harris. >> yes. >> do you concur? >> concur. what, sir? >> according to law enforcement officials love robinson was arrested after he allegedly performed a physical exam upon an undercover agent without a license. the teen posted bail and spoke briefly at a press conference. >> i have had great supporters and people who have said negative things. everyone is entitled to their opinion. once again i am not upset. >> love robinson opened new birth center and urgent care in west palm beach. its grand opening advertised on facebook. on the practice's website. the teen is listed as a doctor with a ph.d. who treats and cares for patients. william mckenzie is his grandfather. >> does he have the ph.d. from what i have heard. you can't get that on line. i don't know. >> on facebook.
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certificate. claiming he is a practitioner in alternative medicine. >> may have done something wrongdoing what he is doing. he had good intentions of trying to help people. in october, love robinson was cited by the florida department of health to cease and desist practicing medicine without an active license. >> please, pray for this in the time that everything that happened. that we get the truth out of it. love robinson could face five years in prison if convicted of practicing medicine

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