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a private company reveals when the first tours might be able to finally visit the stars. bernie sanders not the is not going away quietlily scoring a win over hillary clinton in the michigan primary. his win virtually negates clinton earlier landslide victory in the mississippi primary. on the republican side, donald trump stayed on a roll securing wins in michigan, mississippi and hawaii. and while he finished a distant second to ted cruz in idaho, the billionaire front-runner still picked up ten delegates there. but there might be an even gop.
washington. senator did not add a single delegate in tonight's contest and cbs news has learned there are serious discussions taking place in the rubio campaign about dropping off before next week's winner take all florida primary. meanwhile, bernie sanders campaign got a momentum boost with his upset win in michigan. >> kind of repudiated the polls that had us out a few days and repudiated the pundits who said bernie sanders is not going anywhere. >> reporter: bernie sanders has won four of the last sanders capitalized with michigan voters, many of whom expressed concerns over trade and the economy. he says his campaign is only going to get stronger. >> political revolution that we
every part of the country. and we believe our strongest areas are yet to happen. >> reporter: hillary clinton enjoyed strong support among black voters in mississippi and speaking to the voters before the michigan results were in, she spoke. >> running for president shouldn't be about delivering insults. it should be about delivering results for the american people! >> reporter: it was another strong night for trump. his victories came in the face of a fierce effort from republican leaders who don't want to see the brash businessman get the party's nomination. >> every single one who has attacked me is gone and i'm very proud of that, because that is what we should have for our >> reporter: trump signaled he wants to unify the gop. >> we have millions and millions of people coming up and voting. largely for me. >> with a projected win in
the only republican who can beat trump. >> yet, at this point only two candidates who have a plausible path to 2016 and that donald trump and me. >> reporter: john kasich's late surge in michigan. >> just wait one week from tonight. we are going to win the state of ohio and it will be a whole new ball game! >> reporter: despite the rumbling from inside marco rubio's campaign, the florida senator told supporters he is ready to fight in his home state's primary. >> i need your help. i believe with all my heart that the winner of the florida primary next tuesday will be the nominee of the republican party. >> reporter: interesting to see how tuesday's primary results wrap up the pressure for wednesday's debate between hillary clinton and bernie sanders, as well as the gop debate on thursday. craig boswell, cbs news, washington.
michigan he remains far beyond hillary clinton in the delegate count. clinton holds more than 1,200 delegates and more than half of what is necessary to secure the nomination. although trump continues to pile up victories, he is still about a third of the way to the 1,237 needed to ge the republican nomination. a series of winner take all contests could widen the gap. florida holds one of those races next tuesday. cbs news senior political editor steve chaggaris is there with a look at where the race is headed next. >> reporter: any talk of a trump slump has gone away for the time being and see if he can take that momentum in the winner take all states of florida and ohio next week and see if cruz and kasich take their momentum in those states. rubio, on the other hand, had a disappointing night. he needs to win in florida next week in order to keep his campaign alive. speaking of momentum. sanders' big win in michigan and see what he can do in another state ohio next week.
of work to do after losing to him in michigan. i'm steve chaggaris, cbs news, in miami. coming up on "cbs this morning," cbs news political director and "face the nation" moderator john dickerson will have more on last night's results. the man suspected of shooting an idaho pastor last weekend is in custody this morning. kyle odom was arrested yesterday evening by the secret service. he allegedly threw several items over the white house fence. a former marine is accused of shooting pastor tim remington outside of his idaho church. police say they are reviewing a manifesto from odom that mentions president obama and members of congress and the israeli government. the threat of severe weather continues this morning in the southern plains and central gulf coast where rainfall totals could exceed 10 inches. flash flood warnings and watches are posted in texas, oklahoma, mississippi, arkansas, missouri, illinois, and louisiana. last night in northwest
the evacuation of up to 40 homes. randy simmons did what he could to help his sister but there was four feet of water in her home. >> we had to take all of her stuff and put it on top of the refrigerators and all up high. her whole house is destroyed. >> in north texas, at least three tornadoes touched down, injuring four people. an american graduate student was stabbed to death in israeli. 28-year-old taylor force studied at vanderbilt university. the army combat veteran was attacked in a popular tourist spot yesterday in jaffa. a palestinian killed a terrorist. an illegal immigrant of mexico is under arrest. it ended early this morning in eastern missouri. police believe he killed a man
shooting four others to death at his neighbor's home monday in kansas. it's unclear if he knew the victims or what the motive was. the justice department is investigating the fbi agents involved in a traffic stop that led to the death of one of the occupiers of an oregon wildlife refuge. robert lavoy finicum was shot and killed by oregon state police as he reached for a weapon. the fbi agents on the scene never disclosed they fired two shots that missed. the public will be able to file past the casket of former first lady nancy reagan today and tomorrow. she will lie in repose at the reagan presidential library in simi valley, california. attorney general loretta lynch said she would not want to be a nomination for the supreme
she says urgent issues need to be resolved at the justice department. the man behind nearly 700 beatles records has died. ahead, we remember the legendary producer george martin. plus, separating fact from fiction. wrestler hulk hogan delivers emotional system over a trial over sex tapes. you're watching the "cbs morning
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the 54-year-old president lost five pounds since 2014 and weighing in at 175 pounds. "variety" reports the second codirector of the matrix movies that come out as a transgender woman. lilly wachowski was planning an announcement but was plotted to go public by her journalist sister. her sister came out as a transgender woman years ago. "the new york times" reports that a former football -- college football player whose life went awry had a degenerative brain disease. boston university researchers confirmed that ryan hoffman's brain showed evidence of cte. it's thought to be caused by repeated hits to the head. hoffman was homeless when he died in november at the age of 41. a television reporter doing a live report becomes the news. ahead, his quick reaction as a
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in mississippi. she has about 1,200 delegates, more than double that of sanders. and donald trump picked up three states, while ted cruz earned one. cbs news has learned discussions are taking place in marco rubio's campaign for the senator to drop out by next week. sponsors of a stairclimb fund-raiser at new york's world trade center are furious the building's owner cancelled the event. the organization said it poses security issues but event organizers say the owners don't want potential tennants to be reminded of the 9/11 attacks. >> come on! this building is so symbolic! >> the sponsors plan to meet with owners and ask them to reconsider. the event is scheduled for may 15th. bad timing for a would-be
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>> john: we are following breaking news, a woman taken to the hospital after a shooting in charlotte. she is one of six victims in a string of shootings in the past 24 hours. this broadcast is sponsored by subaru south boulevard and subaru concord. wbtv on your side. wbtv news starts right now. >> john: good morning, welcome to wbtv news this morning here on this wednesday, it is march 9th, good to have you with us at 4:30 i'm john carter. >> al: i'm meteorologist al conklin. another warm day. yesterday, 75 degrees, john. incredible. 15 degrees above average. back in that neighborhood if not a little above that, this afternoon. that same area of high pressure
several days still with us and not in a big hurry to leave. with that, we have partly cloudy skies out there this morning, dry conditions, fog not much of an issue. may be low clouds here and there early this morning that will give way to partly if not mostly sunny skies. 55 charlotte, wadesboro monroe, 52 gastonia, 51 rock hill, shelby, a couple of 40s boone and morganton, low to mid 50s, hickory, statesville, salisbury, a very mild start to the day, that will be a jump start, partly to mostly sunny skies, 78 degrees today, very little chance for any rain. frontal systems back to the west are showing movement in the models. that may bring rain chances over the weekend. i'll break it down and give you the best shot when we think the rain will arrive and end. the seven day planner in a few minutes. back to you. >> john: authorities in north carolina need your help finding