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. it's tuesday, february 23rd, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." donald trump looks to add to his lead in the race for president with a win in the nevada caucuses while ted cruz fends off new claims he's running a dirty campaign. the youngest victim of saturday's mass shooting in kalamazoo battles for her life while questions are raised how accused in the killing spree. and the cost of free is
two major retailers are raising the bar for customers to score complimentary services. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. while republicans caucus today in nevada, donald trump hopes to build on his recent victory in the south carolina primary. a recent pole ipd l indicates trump is leading. this morning marco rubio and trump are piling on ted cruz. don champion is here in new york with more on that. don, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. in recent days donald trump has taken some of his hashest jabs yet at ted cruz. last night bolstered by a big win in south carolina over the weekend, trump seemed confident nevada would swing his way but his two biggest challengers are
carolina and new hampshire, donald trump is eyeing a big win in nevada tonight. >> you've got to vote tomorrow, you've got to vote, vote, vote. >> reporter: on the eve of the state's gop caucuses, the front-runner did not hold back slamming a protestor. >> i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. >> reporter: and bashing rival ted cruz for what he called dishonest campaign ads. >> this guy is sick. there's something wrong with this guy. >> god bless the great state of nevada. >> reporter: after finishing in third place behind marco rubio in south carolina, cruz is going into today's contest without his communications director. rick tyler was asked to resign monday for sharing a false news story on social media that suggested rubio dismissed the bible. >> i had made clear in this campaign that we will conduct this campaign with the very highest standards of integrity. that has been how we've
>> reporter: speaking on the flight to vegas, rubio called tyler the fall guy for cruz's deceptive campaign. >> you feel bad for a guy. he's basically a guy who was executesing a culture that's expected in that campaign. >> reporter: both are vying to be the main alternative to trump with super tuesday just a week away. >> reporter: and political analysts say trump's ground game in nevada is very different from cruz and rubio's. he opened two offices last year compared to rubio's campaign which has been calling voters and going door to door. >> don champion in new york. thank you, don. the next democratic primary is this saturday in south carolina. bernie sanders campaigned with actor danny glover. sanders scoffed at the notion that his ideas to solve the country's problems are overly ambitious.
are bringing forth not only is the right idea, it's what our country needs. it is what the american people want. >> meanwhile, hillary clinton has a tote al of 51 delegates. sanders has 51. if you include endorsements by super delegates, party officials who can vote for anyone, clinton has 502 and sanders has 70. one week from today is super tuesday when 13 states hold either primaries or caucuses. the greatest number of delegates are on the line in a single day of voting, but not enough to hand any candidate, republican or democrat, the nomination. but doing well on super tuesday can go a long way towards securing the nomination. coming up on cbs this morning, we will discuss the upcoming primaries and caucuses with face the nation moderator john
contributor frank luntz. the supreme court returned to work for the first time since the death of justice antonin scalia. the chair was draped in black cloth. meanwhile, the fight over replacing scalia heated up with the surfacing of video when george h.w. bush was president and joe biden argued against a presidential appointment during a campaign. >> once the political season is underway, and it is, action on a supreme court nomination must be put off until after the election campaign is over. >> that's the same thing republicans are doing right now. biden says his 1992 comments are being misinterpreted. investigators in kalamazoo, michigan, said the uber driver accused of killing six people said they were chosen at random. this morning as questions are raised over whether uber should
wheel, the youngest victim is giving her family hope that she will survive. >> my daughter is not dead. she is alive and she is fighting for her life. >> abigail was shot in the head during saturday's rampage. her injuries were so severe her heart stopped beating and her parents took steps towards donating her organs, but then the strong willed 14-year-old showed signs of life. >> she's actually squeezing hands more and she's actually trying to squeeze on the other side, too, which is both arms, which is great, and she's wiggling her toes. >> she was with a family friend she considered a grandmother at the cracker barrel restaurant when the gunfire erupted. 68-year-old barbara hawthorne was one of the six people killed. >> richard smith, tyler smith. >> kalamazoo's mayor read the names at a vigil last night. they range in age from 17 to 74
>> you understand the charges being made against you? >> yes. >> reporter: on monday morning a judge read a list of 16 charges against jason dalton including six counts of murder. kalamazoo police and prosecutors say dalton admitted to the shootings. the violence began just after 6:00 p.m. saturday when dalton allegedly shot tianna caruthers at a playground. >> i couldn't help her. i knew i would be shot too. i wanted to help her but i couldn't. >> reporter: less than two hours earlier he had given a ride to matt melon. >> we were driving through medians, speeding along. finally once he came to a stop i jumped out of the car and ran away. >> reporter: melon called police after his ride. uber said it received a complaint about dalton's driving on saturday night but the ride hailing service is defending its screening process for drivers
approval process last month and that no background check would have anticipated the situation. >> they say dalton picked up passengers after the shooting spree began. uber is cooperating. microsoft founder bill gates is weighing in on apple's standoff with the fbi. apple is appealing a court order to help the fbi hack into a locked iphone of one of the san bernardino shooters. 14 people died in the attack. gates told "the financial times" apple should cooperate. >> it's a good debate to be having. you know, i'm hopeful that government safeguards and it varies from country to country will be enough that people will feel like this can work. >> a just-released poll found 51% of americans agree with gates. 38% do not think apple should unlock the phone and 11% aren't sure.
weather service is warning the south is at risk for strong storms, including hail, damaging winds, and possible tornadoes. more than 7 million people in louisiana, mississippi, alabama, florida, and georgia are most at risk. evening. it began raining in charlotte just last night. the death toll from that powerful cyclone that hit the pacific island nation of fiji has risen to at least 29. rescuers report that buildings were flattened by winds that reached 200 miles per hour. some remote islands have yet to be contacted. a connecticut judge is considering whether to dismiss a suit brought by families of the sandy hook elementary school shooting against the maker of the rifle used in the attack. the families contend the rifle, an ar-15, is too dangerous to sell to the public. the rifle maker, bush masters firearms says that they are
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reporting the deaths of 13 bald eagles. a hiker found their bodies along maryland's eastern shore. wildlife experts think that they might have been killed by insecticide or rat poison. and scientific american reports the rapid rise of the world's oceans. a new report says sea levels rose more sharply in the last century than in the preceding 2800 years. the researchers say global warming is melting glashers making flooding worse. coming up, a shift in starbucks. coffee lovers may be steamed at a change in the rewards program. details in "moneywatch." don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious. see me to know that i won't stop. until i find what works. discover cosentyx, a different kind of medicine for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. proven to help the majority of people find clear or almost clear skin. 8 out of 10 people saw 75%
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on the cbs "moneywatch," changes in starbucks reward program, and weight watchers throws its weight behind a study. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. a jump in oil prices sent stocks on wall street higher. the dow gained 228, the s&p gained 27 and the nasdaq finished 66 points higher. last week weight watchers stocks jumped 66%.
researchers at indiana university found that adults with pre-diabetes who followed weight watchers lost significant more weight than others on another program. it turns out the study was made by weight watchers. last year americans drove a record 3.1 trillion miles. that's the equivalent of about 337 round trips from earth to pluto. the previous record was 3 trillion miles according to the federal highway administration. that was before the great recession led to a decline in the road trips. it's going to cost amazon customers more to get free shipping. they'll have to spend $49, not $35. members of amazon's $99 a year prime loyalty program will still get free two day shipping on all orders. starbucks is changing the terms of its rewards program. currently starbucks customers
no matter what the bill is. earn 12 stars and get a reward. beginning in april the loyalty will reward stars based on dollars spent and you'll have to earn $125 to get that free item. the less you spend, the harder it's going to be to cash in. anne-marie. >> those reward programs always confuse me. i always forget to bring whatever card i'm supposed to bring. now it sounds like you made it more complicated. confuse a few more people. >> that is my issue also. >> jill wagner at the new york thanks, jill. still ahead, she's got all the right moves. we talked with a white house visitor about her energetic president obama and the first
the country. the golden state warriors are the fastest team to 50 wins in nba history. the defending champions beat atlanta 102-92 improving their record to 50-5. they're now on a better pace than the 1996 chicago bulls who won the league record 72 games. it's the opposite story for the once wanted university of tennessee basketball team. for the first time since 1985 the lady vols are out of the top five. they had more than 100 ranked number ones. virginia mclauryn could be forgiven for launching into dance at 106. chip read has her story. >> how are you? >> fine. >> it's nice to see you.
michelle? >> yes. >> slow down now. don't go too quick. >> she's 106. >> no, you are not. >> reporter: oh, yes, she is 106, and in this video released by the white house, virginia mclaurin was so excited to meet the president and the first lady, she started dancing. >> what's the secret? >> still dancing at 106. >> reporter: she still volunteers 40 hours a week at a nearby school as a foster grand parent. when you first saw him you shouted. >> i shouted. >> for joy? >> for joy. i felt good all in my soul. it was the greatest time of my life. >> reporter: and what a life it's been watching as the world changed around her. did you ever think there would be a black president? >> i did not. >> reporter: you did not? >> i did not think it would ever be a black president. >> reporter: what was the best part of meeting the president
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well, it was a case at the national portrait gallery. kevin spacey as frank underwood from "house of cards." pacey says he's delighted even though he may not be recognized. >> when i have a hat on i look like a banker. this morning in starbucks i did say hi to a lot of people. they did recognize me in starbucks this morning. >> the portrait was painted by british artist jonathan yo and
celene dion makes her return to the stage tonight after the death of her husband. her first show back at caesar's palace back in las vegas will begin with a tribute to her late husband which will be streamed live. he died last month after a long battle with cancer at the age of 73. it's more than just double vision for one utah family. twin sisters each giving birth to a set of twins for the second time. lisa niko of our salt lake city station kf uat has their story. >> we didn't think we would ever create the family we've created. >> 36-year-old kerry bunker and kelly wall are best friends. >> we teach at the same school. our husbands are best friends. she and her husband actually met at our wedding. >> they're also identical twins. >> we traded classes in junior high for two years in a row, my twin sister and i did. we got away with it for the most part. >> reporter: when they say they
>> we had our first set of twins, she had the first set of twins. >> reporter: with help of in vitro fertilization she gave birth to her first set of twins in 2010. her twins into the world. close. the more we can do together, the more exciting it's been. >> reporter: last june kelly found out she was pregnant with her second set of twins through ivf. were twins. >> i got this hair brand idea what if i was pregnant. so kerry found her own pregnancy test and she took it. >> i don't even know what made me think i could be. nothing. there was nothing. it was just why not. why not try it. and i found out i was pregnant the day she found out she was having twins. >> reporter: doctors said the odds of kerry getting pregnant were so low she was practically baron. >> it was so low. you are basically on donor egg status.
know not only was kerry pregnant but with twins. >> we are stunned. we're going to have five kids four and under, can we handle this? >> reporter: kerry and kelly said all nine kids will grow up together and close. >> we'll talk to each other 50 times a day. >> reporter: just like their moms. >> luckily our husbands can handle it. coming up on your local news on cbs this morning, more on the battle between apple and the fbi. we'll speak with ted olson, former solicitor general of the united states. that's cbs this morning. i'm anne-marie green.
caught up in a sexting scandal. the sheriff's office is warning parents that the nakes selfies and videos verge on child pornography. hundreds of people turned out at a candlelight vigil to remember the victims of the shootings in kalamazoo. driver from the bay area is creating a company that will offer drivers free perks and services. good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist bobby deskins.