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vegas leaves five people dead including two police officers and an innocent bystander. this morning we're learning about the two suspected shooters. new revelations about bowe bergdahl, the former american p.o.w. says his five years as a captive by the taliban was marked by torture. ♪ and the spotlight shines on broadway. the biggest stars take the establish for the 68th annual tony awards. ♪ captioning funded by cbs this is the c"cbs morning
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news" for monday, june 9th, 2014. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm ko im in for anne-marie green. this morning las vegas police say they don't know why a man and woman shot three people before taking their own lives. they ambushed a couple of police officers eating at a restaurant and then ran across the street to walmart and then took their own lives. the couple is married and may have ties to the white supremacy movement. danielle nottingham has our report. >> reporter: police say a man and woman shot and killed two plivgs as they were eating lunch at this ceecse cici's pizza in vegas. both died. >> it's tragic day. it's a very, very difficult day. >> police say the suspects grabbed the officers' guns and
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ammunition before running out. >> they had a backpack and a gun in their hand and said tell the cops it's a revolution. >> they then stormed across the street and shot and killed a third person inside the front door. >> that's when you saw people running and yelling, run, run. >> reporter: polices say s.w.a.t. teams and officers swormed the store within minutes. the suspects opened fire on police before turning the guns on themselves in an apparent suicide pact. >> preliminary appears the female suspect shot her husband an then took her own life. >> reporter: they searched looking for clues. officer beck leave behind a wife and six children, officer white, a wife and a baby. the pakistani taliban are blaming responsibility for a
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deadly attack at the busiest airport. it began last night at the airport in karachi and lasted into the early morning. at least 19 were killed including the gunmen. the pakistani officials say the attack was well planned. some of the gunmen were disguised as police officers. most of the victims were airport police officers. the taliban say it was in revenge for a taliban chief killed in a drone strive. army sergeant bowe bergdahl says he was treated harshly by his taliban captors in afghanistan. bergdahl is now talking with his medical staff treating him at a military hospital in germany, but he has yet to contact his family. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. what are we learninger his mental and physical states? >> ko, good morning. bergdahl is just starting to talk about how he was treated by the taliban while congress is demanding more answers about the deal that freed him. army sergeant bowe bergdahl has
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reportedly shared his details of the nearly five years in captivity with medical staff in germany. bergdahl says he was tortured, beaten, and held in solitaire confinement after two escape attempts. >> i think there's going to be a lot of things that bergdahl tells the army and medical folks that he's talking to now that it's going to be very difficult to validate. >> he's among those criticizing the white house for not debriefing them and failing to note anymore in advance that five taliban officials would be released in exchange for the release of bergdahl. they're also concerned about the white house's changing racing ail for going ahead with the swap. they say the lives of other soldiers could now be in danger. >> i'm not telling you they don't have an ability to go back and get involved, but they also have the ability to get killed
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doing it. >> obama administration say it was necessary because of his deteriorating health but they were in fear of bergdahl being killed if news hit the public. there's something you'll be hearing more about, why the deal was in place with the process with the afghan government, ko? >> susan mcginnis in washington. thank you. family members of passengers onboard malaysia flight 370 want to raise money for reward money. they want to give the reward money to anybody who solves thedthe disappearance of the plane. 239 people were onboard. another round of severe weather is cast from the southern and central plains to mississippi valley. thunderstorms and storms are
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posted in texas, arkansas, louisiana, tennessee, and mississippi. heavy rains and strong winds are possible today. several tornados touched down in colorado sunday. one hit a golf course flipping the golf cart injuring a driver. another hit a park in lake george causing severe damage. this morning actor and comedian tracy morgan remains in critical condition following a deadly accident. he was riding in a limo when it was hit by a tractor-trailer on the new jersey turnpike. anne-marie green reports. >> reporter: morgan with several broken bones including his nose, legs, and ribs, but doctors say after undergoing surgery, he's more responsive. the driver of the tractor-trailer, 35-year-old kevin roper has been released on $50,000 bail. police say roper failed to observe slowing traffic and swerved too late to avoid
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hitting morgan's mercedes limo bus involving another tractor-trailer and sierra overs. the driver wrote this on the facebook page, i can only say feeling helpless on the highway was hard to say. there was nothing i could do but scream at times. joan brook is the head of the national highway and safety administration. she said driver fatigue is the leading cause of many truck driver accidents. >> this is unsafe on the american highways for all of us and most of the people harmed in these crashes are people in cars. >> data shows there were 317,000 police-reported motor vehicle accidents involving large trucks in 2012. nearly more than a thousand of those resulted in fatalitiefata. traveling with him were fellow assistants.
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mcnair was killed. the others remain in critical condition. anne-marie green, cbs news, new york. cbs news has learned the truck drive has told police he may have dozed off. kevin roper is expected to be arraigned today. the national transportation safety board continues its investigation. coming up on the "morning news," new help for repaining student loans. details in "money watch." plus, charity walk. a michigan teenager carries a younger brother on his back on a long journey. this is the "cbs morning news."
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carried his 7-year-old son braden on his back who suffers from cerebral palsy. hunter says they made the journey together to raise awareness of the disease. >> i can't even describe to you how special he is to me. i can't put it into words, but i mean he's awesome. he's always there for me. i really just wanted to give back to him in some way. >> reporter: the trip took two days and hunter says he's never been more tired. on the "cbs moneywatch," president obama promises help in paying down college debt and the man bank rolling at hitting cash is revealed. jill wagner is at the new york storage exchange with that and more. good morning, jill.
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>> good morning, ko. reports say tyson foods won the bid for winning hillshire brand. tyson outbid pilgrim's pride corp ration in a deal that values hillshire at $7.7 billion. tyson was seeking more brand name packaged foods with fatter profit margins. asian stocked faced higher numbers showing growth for the first quarter. tokyo's nikkei added a quarter percent, hitting a three-month high. hong kong's hang seng added half a percent. here on wall street the approved jobs report on friday could help the markets keep advancing. for the week, the dow rose 207 points to a new high. the s&p 500 was up 25. also closing at a record high. and the nasdaq increased 78 points. a big change for apple shares today. a seven-for-one stock split
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after the close on friday. so when trading opens today the price share will be $92. apple decided on the split to make it accessible to a greater number of successors. president obama will make it'sier for young people repaying student loans. it will allow more students to borrow federal direct loans to cap their loan payments at 10% of their monthly incomes. it's expected to affect up to 5 million more borrowers. the new crop of summer interns are settling into their jobs in silicon valley. one firm is paying more than $7 a month to its interns. some of the biggest tech firms pay over $5,000 per month, and the perks include parties, swimming pools, bikes, and massages. and the mystery man of hidden cash has been revealed. the man behind the givenaway of money is california real estate investor jason boozee.
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he said he wanted to give back in a fun way. crowds were running around searching for money. ko? >> definitely caused a social media buzz. jill wagner here in new york. jill, thank you. still to come in sports, going to the mat. lebron james shares his secret for staying healthy in game two of the nba finals. and later, it's broadway's night to shine. we veal the highlights from last night's tony awards. ble and face-friendly for beach,pool and sunny days. perfect, no matter what you're wearing. it's so on. coppertone clearlysheer. it's on. so say hello to ocean spray 100% juice. and goodbye to added sugar. i thought we weren't adding any sugar. oh. okay, nobody use these cranberries over here. your life is a game of chance.e chronic migraine,over here. but what if the odds could be in your favor?
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antonio. james missed the end of game one with a leg cramp. so how did he avoid that in game two? >> one thing i did do differently this morning is i took at 8:00 a.m. yoga class at our resort we stayed at outside. me and three other people. also a little kid, but he didn't want no parts of it. >> game three is tomorrow night. rafael nadal continues his mastery in france. he wins the french open for the ninth time in his career, defeating novak djokovic in four sets. it's the fourth grand slam victory for nadal tying him for second all-time titles with pete sem press and putting him behind three with roger federer's 17. some tense moments on the baseball diamond sunday. man anymachado takes a pitch that's a little too close for comfort.
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on the very next pitch his bat goes flying right at oakland's third baseman. the benches would clear and machado gets intentioned. the umpire says he threw the bat intentionally. oakland wins the game, 11-1. things were much more pleasant between some fans in chicago. a cubs fan gets upset when he drops the foul back ban on the field. the player tosses the ball which is caught by a marlin's fan. he gives it back to the cubs fan. he's excited but watch what he does, he gives the ball to a little boy seated with the marlins fan. when we return, neil patrick harris took home one of the biggest prizes. much thought to the acidity in any foods. never thought about the coffee i was drinking having acids. it never dawned on me that it could hurt your teeth. my dentist has told me your enamel is wearing away, and that sounded really scary to me, and i was like
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the country. broadway honored its best last night here in new york at the 68th annual tony awards. the winners included a new record set for individual tony awards and some surprises. suzanne marques was on hand at radio city's music hall. ♪ >> reporter: a gentlemen's guide to love and murder made a killing at the tonys, whipping best musical. >> thank you, tony voters. >> reporter: all the way, the drama about president lyndon johnson went all the way, winning best play. it also picked up the best actor award for star bryan cranston? his broadway debut. >> when you hear your name, it sends a shock wave through you.
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>> reporter: neil patrick harris wowed the crowd and then went on to win a tony for leading actor in a musical. >> they weren't alerted to the fact that things were going to be happening to them, naughty, dirty things. >> reporter: hugh jackman promised big surprises and he was true to his word. he bounced like a kangaroo and then kicked up his heels with the cast of "midnight." andra mcdonald won for her role as billy holiday in "bar & grill. ". >> this is for you, billy. thank you so much. and beautiful star jessgy mueller won for playing a music legend. she even shared the stage with her inspiration, the real carole king. suzanne marques, cbs news, new york city. coming up after your local from the tony awards.
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the box office hit drew in a box auchlts it earned more than $48 million. angelina jolie's "malifecent" was in second place with more than $33 million and "edge of tomorrow" starring tom cruise came in third with just over $29 million. san francisco is one of the most bike-friendly cities in the country and the bikes have been a magnet for thieves. but as bigad shaban reports local police have come up with a high-tech solution. >> reporter: sean ramirez repairs bikes for a living, at least those left the fix. >> do you get customers afraid?
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>> absolutely. they don't want to invest money in something that's going to disappear. >> reporter: in san francisco bikes disappear at the rate of three every hour. ramirez isn't surprised. >> you can cut this with a bolt cutter with one snip. >> reporter: how long would it take to cut this? >> half a second maybe. >> reporter: this is where many of them, in a police warehouse. since over 90% are unregistered, they can't be traced back to the owner. >> my bike was stolen when i first came here. it's very personal for me. >> reporter: so personal that she became an activist to allow police to lure thieves with a hidden gps. they're called bay bikes. >> tracking starts automatically and it's uploaded to a website where i can literally track the location of the bike. it doesn't take long before
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cameras capture a theft and police capture the thief. >> reporter: when you roll up to somebody who's taken one of the bikes, what's the reaction? >> utter shock. >> reporter: their mug shot ge s s shown. >> they've created this sticker. there are now 5,000 of them on bicycles around the city. >> this tells them this could possibly have a gp schip in it. if you take a bike, you will be followed by a police officer. >> reporter: officer freeman says it's still too early to determine how much the bike program has lowered theft in the city. you can't tell if it's differ t differentiated these from any other. >> and you never know. >> reporter: ramirez hopes it's a not-so-subtle reminder to thieves. >> i like the idea of making people paranoid about it. >> reporter: perhaps the bikes they steal may not be a free
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ride after all. bigad shaban, cbs news, san francisco. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning." we'll be live from las vegas on the deadly shooting. plus we'll take you to california's catalina island where the drought has taken a toll on the popular vacation destination. and we'll meet a man who's on his way to making a better cup of coffee. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. i'm ko im. have a great day.
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. from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". today is monday, june 9th, 2014. good morning to you, thanks so much for joining us, i'm nicole brewer in for ukee this morning. >> i'm erika von tiehl. stories we're following today. >> update now on tracey morgan's condition after the comedian undergoes surgery. meantime, the driver accused of causing the fatal accident on the new jersey turnpike has a court appearance today. also, a love triangle turns violent. now, two women are facing as at charges after stabbing, after a stabbing outside a wawa. >> a man is on the loose after robbing a cvs with a greene aid. we'll tell you what he was half. >> those stories and much more coming up. the weekend, couldn't last too long, could it? >> so nice. all good things


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