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this monday. from the cbs broadcast center in captioning funded by cbs it's monday, may 15th, 2017. this is the cbs mor"cbs mornin." the world braces for a monday morning meltdown. experts say another round of the massive ransom ware cyberattack could hit millions more today forcing victims to pay up. and this morning new reports president trump is about to boot several top staffers, and while a new poll shows few americans support his firing of fbi director james comey. and another test firing from north korea. the damage the missile could be capable of and what our agent allies are saying about the to this.
>> reporter: cbs news, los angeles. ahead on this morning o, wel speak to michael morell about the worldwide cyberattack. and following the firing of james koecomey, there could be major reboot at the white house. president trump is reportedly considering a massive staff shakeup according to multiple reports. the online media outlet reports the president is considering replacing press secretary sean spicer, chief of staff reince priebus and chief strategist steve bannon. a "wall street journal" nbc news poll finds 29% of those asked approve of the comey firing, while 38% deposisapprove. hannah davis is here with the latest on finding his succession sore. >> the hunt continues this
morning. senate democrats are already discussing the possibility of blocking the president trump's eventual nominee until a specia assault. >> reporter: james clapper criticized president trump for firing james comey last week. amid the ongoing oig searsearch replacement. >> the founding fathers in their genius created a system of three co-equal branches of government and a built-in system of checks and balances and i feel as though that is under assault and is erodineroding. >> reporter: over the weekend attorney general jeff are sessions interviewed at least eight candidate, one of whom will ultimately lead the bureau's investigation as to whether anyone in the trump campaign colluded with russia. some democrats have expressed concerns about sessions who
recused himself from the russian probe being involved in the process. >> i don't believe he should be part of this review process. >> reporter: the president has admitted he had russia on his mind when he terminated comey. on friday, he warned comey against leaking any negative information in a tweet. >> if there are tapes, the president should turn them over immediately of course to destroy them would be a violation of law. >> reporter: republican senator lindsey graham had this advice for president trump. >> i would advise the president trump not to tweet or comment about the investigation as we go forward. >> reporter: lawmakers from both parties are urging the president to steer clear of picking any politicians for comey's replacement. any nominee must be confirmed by the senate. meanwhile president trump holds a meeting at the white house today with the crown prince of abu dhabi ahead of his first overseas trip as commander in
chief. >> hannah, thank you. this morning north korea claimed the missile it launched yesterday is a newly developed ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. this is just released video the north says is sunday's launch. u.n. surt down on stiecurity co expected to hold an emergency session tomorrow. >> reporter: according to u.s. intelligence, the medium range miss sl kn 17 was launched near north korea's west coast. japan's military says it reached an altitude of more than 1200 miles before splashing down into the sea. it landed about 60 miles off the coast of russia. it was the first successful test after a string of recent failures. the regime continues to test banned ballistic missiles despite worldwide condemnation. but the u.s. military says the flight pattern of the launch was not consistent with the
intercontinental ballistic missile, the type that could reach the u.s. mainland. in january, north korean dictator kim jong-un said an icbm test wassism neb issism im. and it comes days after south korea elected a new president who wants to engage pyongyang, not isolate it. but his spokesman says dyiialog is only possible if north korea changes course. the white house called for stronger sanction and pointed out that the missile landed near russian territory adding that president trump, quote, cannot imagine that russia is pleased. russia's president expressed concern over the launch in beijing. ary hospital.
macron was elected promising to strengthen the european union. and jet blue is disputing an account from a new jersey family that claims it was kicked off a plane for storing a birthday cake in the overhead bin. >> jet blue? >> the bird family was flying from new york to las vegas on may 3 when a flight attendant told them to remove the cake from the overhead bin. they say they moved to the floor were were be rated by another crew member. in a statement jet blue says the customers became agitated and made false accusations about a crew member's fitness to fly. police were called and the captain determined the family would not be allowed to fly. in a safety alert to
employees, united airlines says its security procedures regarding the flight deck may have been compromised. some cockpit door access information may have been made public. the airline is working to correct the issue. following 9/11, cockpit doors were fortified, secured and access was limited. coming up, a fiery protest, a self-proclaimed white nationalist leads torch bearing protesters in a fight over a confederate moderate. and sovietpresident perform piano recital. the goalie has studied every one of your shots. she knows you're going for her left corner. she even teases you, calling the shot. but her legs are the ones trembling, not yours. ♪ time to shine. orbit. finish quantum, proven don't to clean better thanlean. cascade complete gel. switch to finish quantum and get really clean dishes first time, every time.
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sickens hundreds in california schools and a white nationalist joins a protest over the removal of a conrafederate monument. the "washington post" covers demonstrations in virginia over a monument scheduled for revival. richard spencer addressed a crowd saturday at a sat chew of robert e. lee. more than 100 count ter protesters gathered at the park last night to condemn the alt-right rally. the seattle times says the supreme court could soon signal how it could rule on the bram policies. decisions are due in a half dozen cases dealing with migrants and citizenship. the president's proposed ban on visitors from six muslim majority countries might eventually reach the high dourt. the "chicago tribune" reports that a staff shortage forced a lockdown yelled at the cook county jail. more than 200 workers about one third of the day side staff failed to show up. it's the second straight mother's day sickout at the
facility. sacramento bee reports on the norovirus outbreak. more than 950 students, teachers and staff have been sickened. school officials are urging parents to thoroughry clean surfaces that can spread the virus. and a nasa study warns against putting a crew on a first flight of a sls rocket that is being readied for the first manned mission outside earth's orbit in a half century, but the agency says safety features for astronauts would be too costly. still to come, a cyber wake-up call. microsoft has a warning for governments in the wake of the global ransom on ware attacks. from the 5 a.m. light blinkers on ware attacks. n ware attacks. ware attacks. wa.
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which will hopefully lead to less taxi way congestion and fewer delays. six have already moved. on the "moneywatch," microsoft has a wake-up call and companies team up on self-driving cars. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. >> good morning. with the world bracing for another wave of that so-called juana cry global ransomware attack, brad smith is calling for a set of geneva conventionlike cyberspace rules. he's calling on nations to pledge not to design or store data on security that can be used as weapons that target civilian infrastructure. with the computer code stolen from the u.s. that was used in that wanna cry ransomware attacks. both nasdaq and s&p at record highs. nasdaq gained 20 points for the
week. lyft is teaming up with waymo to produce a self-driving car. waymo is a spinoff from google's self-driving car division. waymo is suing saying they stole self driving technology. and guardians of the galaxy volume 2 topped the box office second week out. it's the only film currently out that keeps drawing mass audiences. snatched was second followed by first major box office flop of the summer king arthur, legend of the sword, it cost $175 million to make, and it brought in an estimated $14.7 million in ticket sales. >> wow, they better pay for a few more rainy weekends. it was a good weekend in the northeast to watch movies.
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here is a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. wow. >> fans roared that are approval during ceremonies for derek jeter. a plaque for the short stop was unveiled yesterday at yankee stadium. >> this is one of those special days that you will never forget. and you know, when you have this dream of playing bblg and playi baseball and playing for the yankees, having your number is
never part of it, so this is all icing on the cake for me. >> he's the team's all-time hits leader and led the yankees to five titles in his 20 year career. his number is the 21st to be retired by the yankees. if you've ever had the feeling that your from was burnt out, chances are you are right. physicians are busier than ever and hospitals are worried about the quality of care going down. kenneth craig reports. >> reporter: amanda north is a busy doctor at a new york hospital. she's also a mother of three and shortly after the birth of her youngest, she found herself exhausted and overwhelmed. >> i was stressed 100% of the time. and all i could think about is how much i wasn't getting done, all the things that i was failing to do rather than focusing on the things that i was achieving. >> reporter: just a year into her practice, seeing as many as 50 patients a day, she was suffering from physician burnout. a study at the mayo clinic found more than half of american doctors have been in the same boat. exhausted and losing their sense
of purpose. coordinator at their wellness department, which offers services. >> stretch management skills, relaxation, and then returning to a sense of balance. them being aware of what they need to find joy and balance in their lives. >> just re. >> reporter: hospital staff are encouraged to drop in for meditation classes or individual counseling to reduce stress. >> we're right at the cutting edge of making a difference in burnout. >> reporter: dr. north is spreading the word. in a recent article, she says she got her own stress under control. >> how did you get better? >> i found meaning in my life. >> reporter: with the help of exercise and community, she developed a if you woulder life outside the hospital so when she's there, she's all in. kenneth craig, cbs news, bronx, new york. coming up on "cbs this
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as harvesting season gets under way, many farmers say they are facing a labor shortage, that could translate into higher prices for us all. chris martinez reports. >> reporter: for more than 120 years, every last lemon from these orchards has been picked by hand. >> they are looking for the right size and right grade. >> reporter: but the ceo harold edwards says he now has fewer workers than ever, especially fewer migrant workers. >> with a lot of the rhetoric going on about building the wall, is it a lot of those laborers who felt comfortable coming before now just don't feel comfortable, so they are not coming. >> reporter: the lack of labor began with the tightening of the u.s./mexican border, but many
farmers say the trump administration's crackdown has made it worse. a typical sized work crew used to be nearly 30 people. >> now crews are 18. >> reporter: john crist with the farm bureau says other factors are adding to that critical shortage, including many u.s. farmers moving their operations to mexico. >> they take advantage of less expensive labor, fewer environmental regulations, cheaper land. >> reporter: that has left farmers having to increase incentives to lure in labor like better wages and benbenefits. some even importing workers under special visas. on site lodging for crews and families is helping to sweeten the working environment here. >> there is nothing worse than losing your crop because you can't get it off the trees. >> reporter: and keep more my or
computer files would be destroyed. it's believed to be the biggest online extortion to date. and comey was fired and over the weekend at least eight candidates were interviewed by jeff sessions. and the president trump is reportedly considering a massive west wing shakeup. a media outlet reports that the president is considering for
live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix5 news. good morning, a live look at the beautiful bay bridge on this monday morning, may 15th. good morning. i'm ken bastida. >> i'm michelle griego. there's a little bit of a pause there. >> yeah, dramatic pause, why not? it's the start of a new workweek, right? getting off to a positive start like the warriors.
>> i would say we are taking a big pause because that was an exhausting game. i was in the airplane watching it and that's not a good way to watch it. i had the whole plane watching the game after a couple of outbursts. we thought we were in disguise. >> air turbulence there. did you have a happy mother's day? >> yes. the kids made breakfast and so it was nice. and i got to do whatever i wanted which was shopping. >> i've got a graduate. >> he's off the payroll now. >> he's exhausted. he's going to sleep for about a week now. it's hard when you see what school does to those kids the last week before graduation. he didn't sleep for 72 hours because they threw a project on him in which he had to develop a show, a program that was going to air on local television for 22 minutes. 22 minute program he had to put
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