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cuba, the first sitting american president to do so since 1928. his first message to cubans who waited decades for diplomacy. trump trump heads to washington today. the republican front-runner is set to make a major speech to a power pro israeli group but members of the audience plan on walking out. >> let's go. it's good! >> the sweet 16 is set. who is in and who is out enthe buzzer-beaters from the first weekend of march madness. 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. later today, president obama castro in havana. it was a meeting and trip that was unimaginable in theot too
the president and family arrived yesterday, the start of a three-day visit to an old cold war foe. it's the president's latest steps in his steps to normalize relations with cuba. >> reporter: president obama brought his family to cuba, a big step towards normalizing relations with a cold wear adversary. he is the first u.s. president to visit cuba in nearly 90 years. the president greeted u.s. embassy staff and then toured old havana. for weeks, work crews have been preparing for his arrival. restoring some roads and repaving others. fresh coats of paint have also been applied to homes and businesses to areas the president will tour and this poster was put up outside of a
>> i think that we -- we are going to have some changes, but the president will meet with a number of prominent cuban dissidents here at the white house embassy but the white house won't say who is exactly on that guest list. the president will meet with u.s. and cuban business leaders. many cubans are hopeful his visit here will make life better. >> i think people want to hear from obama on his feet. they want to see what he actually believes and respect for the cuban and what we believe in. >> reporter: the president will also enjoy the great american pastime on cuban soil. he'll have prime seats for an exhibition baseball game between the tampa bay rays and the cuban national team. chris martinez, cbs news, havana, cuba. republican presidential candidate ted cruz, the son of a cuban immigrant, blasted the president's visit to cuba in an op-ed on politico. cruz called the visit so sad and
well as cuba's that obama has chose to legitimatize the castro regime with his presence on the island. cruz writes his father was father. cruz's father says he fought for castro before coming to the u.s. those claims, though, have been disputed. well, tomorrow, republican voters in arizona and utah cast contests. the gop front-runner is spending the day in washington. donald trump is scheduled to address a high profile jewish lobbying group and he'll also meet with influential presidential lobbyists with growing support that many gop leaders are working to derail his campaign. don champion is here in new york. >> reporter: the trump campaign hopes today's off-the-record meeting with republicans will help some of the establishment coalesce behind the billionaire. still, it seems, the effort to stop trump from becoming the
trump is also expected to face unprecedented pushback during a key speech before a powerful group today. >> reporter: mr. trump goes to washington. gop presidential front-runner donald trump will be in the nation's capital today rallying party leaders behind him. >> if we bring our party together, we will win. we will win by numbers that you've never seen before. >> reporter: trump is set to meet with nearly two dozen republicans. he is also scheduled to deliver a critical speech to apac. denouncing what they call trump's hate speech, a group of rabbis plan to walk out of the speech. >> get him out of here. >> reporter: trump is still poised to beat rivals ted cruz and john kasich in the winner take all state of arizona tomorrow. even still, the possibility of a contested convention hangs over his head. >> you have to have a majority of the delegates in order to be the nominee.
>> reporter: favored to win in utah tomorrow, cruz contends he can stop trump in the delegate count. >> we have a straightforward path to get to 1,237 delegates and secure the republican nomination before the convention. >> reporter: on the democratic side, bernie sander is counting on wins out west to slow hillary clinton's momentum. >> when the voter turnout is high, we win. when the voter turnout is low, we lose. >> reporter: clinton leads sanders by close to 800 delegates. and after taking the weekend off, clinton will campaign in arizona today. she is also scheduled to speak before apac, along with john kasich and ted cruz. bernie sanders is the only presidential candidate who is skipping the conference. >> don champion here in new york, thanks a lot, don. a threatening letter was sent to donald trump's sister. marianne trump bayer is a judge
the fbi is aware of the incident and is working with the secret service. last week, trump's son eric also received a threatening letter. former congresswoman survived an assassination attempt. clinton like donald trump will address the american israeli public affairs committee conference. ted cruz and john kasich will also speak today. we will have more on that coming up on "cbs this morning." the south korean news agency reports that north korea fired a missile and several other projectiles eastward into the sea of japan. the reported launches came three days after the north reportedly fired a medium-range missile into the sea for the first time since 2014. the pentagon says a marine was killed by isis in northern iraq. staff sergeant louis cardin was killed saturday when he was hit
the incident took place outside of mosul, a city held by isis. cardin is the first u.s. service member killed in iraq since october of 2015. this morning, pennsylvania authorities are trying to figure out why a retired state trooper held up a turnpike toll plaza and killed two people. sunday morning at the toll 65 miles west of harrisburg, police say clarence brigs pulled a gun and ordered two employees into the administration building. briggs shot and killed a toll collector and a security guard. >> commonwealth and the turnpike and the pennsylvania state police will extend the resources necessary to make sure we find out exactly what transpired this morning and to make absolute certain that our system is secure. >> briggs was shot and killed by state troopers. an indiana's sheriff's
two deputies were serving arrest and search warrants at a home north of indianapolis when they got inside, they were met with gunfire. the other officer was wounded. the suspect was found dead inside the home. and it may be spring, but this morning, a winter-like storm is hitting the northeast. cities like boston and portland, maine, are expected to get up to 5 inches of snow, but some areas of new england could get up to a foot. it started snowing on long island last night. the snowy weather is hitting just in time for the morning commute and is expected to impact travel. . coming up on the "morning news." a bunny behaving badly. a man in an easter bunny costume throws punches at a mall. later, reaction to sexist comments about women tennis players from a tournament
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on the cbs "moneywatch," a hacking warning for drivers and paul mccartney tries to get back his beatles songs. hena daniels is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. wall street traders are hoping to continue the upward trend in stock prices. last week the dow and s&p moved into positive territory for the year. the dow jones gained 281 points for the week and nasdaq gained 46 points. the fbi and the national highway safety administration has issued a warning that modern cars are increasingly vulnerable to hacking. the fbi issued a public service announcement last week. it cites demonstrations in which researchers took control of various car functions like braking and steering by remote control. the hacking attacks can occur via wi-fi when the car is moving slow or fast.
valspar in a 3.3 billion dollar deal. it will reach asia and europe. the combined company will employed about 60,000 peoples. shermanan williams will remain headquartered in cleveland but there will be a significant presence in minneapolis where valspar is based. utopia remained on top at the box office the third week in a row. the disney animated film earned weekend. the divergent series allegiant opened in second place with 29 million in sales and miracle spot. apple is expected to announce a new addition to iphone. tomorrow, apple will be in court over the fbi's demand to unlock an iphone connected to the san bernardino shooting. paul mccartney has begun the
to many of the songs he and john lennon wrote for the beatles. back in 1985, michael jackson outbid mccartney for the right ending their friendship. but because of a u.s. copyright law songs written before 1978 can be reclaimed by writers 56 years after their initial release. the first song will be reclaimable starting in 2018. >> i'm sure the catalog is very vaeble valuable but it's probably more than the money for paul mccartney. hena daniels at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, hena. a heart stopping buzzer
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the wire but 1.4 second on the clock, rex cluger's tip put notre dame ahead. the irish with through to the sweet 16 for the third year a row. the madness continued to the last place of a weekend eighth seeded st. joseph to beat the fourth seeded hawks. seconds ticked off in the second half, the ducks came away with it. the sweet 16 matchups are set. the madness continues on later this week. it tips off at cbs thursday at 7:10.eautiful feet. my newest beauty routine secret starts in the shower. discover the latest innovation from amop\. the new pedi perfect wet & dry. now get effortless hard skin removal on dry or wet skin. plus, it has 2 speeds and it's rechargeable. the easy way
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u.s. president to visit the communist nation in 88 years. . he is expected to meet with dissidents and watch a baseball game. donald trump meet in washington today. later trump will address the major pro israeli lobbying group. spring break parties are in full swing for college students around the country. there are new laws to crack down on the rowdiness. as jamie yuccas reports, people are finding ways to get around them. >> reporter: the sounds of partying and opening beers on the beach is silent in gulf shores, alabama. this weekend the city enact an emergency order banning alcohol on the beaches. police lieutenant bill cowen. >> most of the arrests come down
possession of alcohol. >> reporter: but college students like hanna hicks and christian geary from texas a&m think the police are being overall aggressively. >> somebody is taping and you're interview interfering with an arrest. >> i know we are drunk but we are adults and we are in college and know what we are doing and they act like we children. >> reporter: gulf shores officials believe they became the hot spot after word appeared on social media that nearby panama panama, alabama, banned alcohol on their shores. now they are moving the party a few miles down to orange beach, alabama, which is dealing with 800% increase in arrests this spring break. dan roe oversees tourism for
last year, an unconscious woman was allegedly gang raped while onlookers did nothing, a shooting wounded seven, and more than a thousand were arrested. roe says there are less problems, but there is also less money. >> fountain college kids aren't here, the businesses have catered to that college spring break market are the ones that really taking the brunt of it this year. >> that was jamie yuccas reporting. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we will go to belgium for the latest on the paris terror investigation. plus, we will show you how airbnb is helping travelers to book lodging in cuba and private homes. a warning about electronic gear shifts which are blamed on dozens of crashes. that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching.
have a great day. >> john: next on wbtv news this morning, two people dead following a head-on crash in south charlotte. the investigation in what caused the wreck. and a huge victory for teenager from north carolina whose fighting deportation. the decision to put the process to transfer him out of the u.s. on hold.
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