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for this friday. captioning funded by cbs it's friday, march 18th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." president obama's pick to fill the supreme court vacancy gets the seal of approval from senate democrats. but the battle to get merrick garland confirmed is just beginning with republicans saying he'll never make it to the high court. taking on trump.
activists line up to stop donald trump from winning the republican nomination. march magic for the yale bulldogs! >> upsets abound. the first full day of the ncaa tournament delivers thrills to college basketball fans. 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. senate republican leaders are digging in their heels over the nomination of judge merrick garland to the supreme court. garland met with democratic leaders yesterday. both sides are mustering their resources to press their case. garland is expected to return to capitol hill today. don champion reports. >> reporter: senate minority
>> i am confident he is going to get approval. republicans cannot continue this. it won't work. >> reporter: the 63-year-old moderate appellate judge also sat down with ranking democrat patrick leahy during his first office visit to capitol hill. >> you guys are paid to do your job. make up your mind. >> reporter: garland did not meet with republicans opposed to granting him a confirmation hearing. senate majority leader mitchell mcconnell laid the visit as a stunt orchestrated by the white house. former presidential contender marco rubio also stood firm. >> i don't think we should be moving forward on a nominee in the last year of this president's term. i would say that if it was a republican senate. >> reporter: a handful of republican senators up for re-election this fall have indicated they are open to meeting with garland including committee chair chuck grassley. >> if i can meet with a dictator in uganda, i can certainly meet
>> reporter: the white house says it will set up with meetings when lawmakers return from their easter recess in two weeks. garland has spoken with senate majority leader mcconnell over the phone. this morning, some republicans are toying with the idea of confirming garland in the lame duck session, something the white house has dismissed. >> don champion here in new york, thanks a lot, don. new york city police and the secret service are investigating a suspicious letter sent to the home of eric trump, one of donald trump's sons. police responded to a call about the letter at eric trump's new york city apartment last night. a source tells cbs news the letter contained a white powder but that it did not appear to be hazardous. a source close to the investigation says the lerp threat letter threatened harm to donald trump's family if he didn't get
conservative leaders and donors held meetings in washington and florida to consider the trump campaign. some want to press ahead with efforts to try and stop him, but others are resigned to the idea that he will be the nominee. mark albert has more. >> reporter: former presidential candidate marco rubio told reporters thursday, he's done with politics. >> i'm not running for re-election to the senate. as i said, i'm going to finish my term here and then i'll be a private citizen. >> reporter: rubio dropped out of the presidential race tuesday evening after donald trump won the primary in florida. rubio's home state. trump now has nearly half the 1,237 delegates he needs to clench the gop nomination. >> we have to bring our party together. >> reporter: trump warns any plans to derail his candidacy could lead to riots but on thursday a group of activists and lawmakers met behind closed doors to discuss alternatives to
senator lindsey graham threw his support behind his adversary ted cruz. >> i think the biggest to stop donald trump is ted kres cruz and i'm going to help ted in any way i can. >> reporter: an activist group claims it posted the billionaire's personal information online. on the democratic side, senator bernie sanders conceded the missouri primary and campaigned in arizona thursday night. >> with your help on tuesday, we are going to win here in arizona. >> reporter: hillary clinton took the day off the trail to attend two closed door fund-raising events as she looks toward the general election. mark albert for cbs news, washington. president obama has reportedly told democratic donors in private the time has come to unite behind hillary clinton. "the new york times" reports during a meeting last week in texas, the president told donors that bernie sanders' campaign
will end. mr. obama did not call on sanders to quit the race, nor did he explicitly endorse clinton. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk to voters who have already had enough of this year's campaign and are less than pleased with the top candidates. another round of severe storms and wet weather is forecast today in the deep south. heavy rain, flooding, and hail remain a threat along the gulf coast from texas to louisiana. the town of deweyville, texas, on the louisiana border, is still under water. the worst flooding there in a hundred years. for the most part, the small town is evacuated and even when the water recede, it will be a while before residents can return. hail the size of tennis balls in some cases fell in the dallas/ft. worth area yesterday. windshields were shattered and
the zoo said the hail killed a number of exotic birds. an americanairlines flight headed from new york airport to raleigh/durham raleigh/durham. . it landed safely. they say a flash and loud back and no one injured. overseas now. north korea fired a medium-range ballistic missile into the sea this morning. south korea said the missile was fired from a site north of the capital and flew about 500 miles before crashing off the north korea's east coast. violated several u.n. resolutions banning the north from testing ballistic missiles. the california university student who wounded four people in a campus stabbing attack back in november was inspired by isis. the fbi said 18-year-old mohamed may have acted alone.
propaganda on his laptop and evidence he visited the isis website. the american who joined isis and surrendered in northern iraq this week says he quickly became disenchanted. >> at the time, i made the decision to go, because i wasn't thinking straight. i didn't see myself living in that environment. you know, i wanted to go back to -- to america. palestinian-american from in september. in flint, michigan, rick snyder faced tough questions and criticism at a contentious hearing yesterday. he apologized and blamed washington bureaucrats. >> we are taking responsibility in michigan and we are taking action, and that is absolutely
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dow jones sent into positive territory for the year. the dow jumped 155 points. the s&p gained 13 points and the nasdaq finished 11 points higher. the dow and s&p are near where they were at the end of last year. over a month ago, both were down 10% for the year. the surge is for a price in crude oil. above $40 a barrel yesterday for the first time since december. two tuna recalls to report this morning. bumblebee is recalling chunk light tuna that could lead to life-threatening illnesses. the specific cans were produced in 2016. tri-tri-union seafood is recalling chicken of the sea brand because the tuna might be undercooked. for more information, go to the company's websites. google had criticized the program. it was concerned that t-mobile
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. put them at the line for two shots. hagan is tripling it out and just looking for three. chucks one up. it's good! >> arkansas little rock ties it up against purdue in the closing matchup. the teams duel through two overtimes but in the end, 12th 85-83. fountain first full day of tournament action another tournament seed scored a big
yale playing in its first ncaa tournament game since 1982 upset baylor 79-75. it is the ivy school's first win during a tournament ever. one shell-shocked baylor player didn't appreciate a reporter's line of questioning after the game. baylor? >> you go up and you grab the ball off the rim when it comes hands. you come down with it and that is considered a rebound so they got more of those than we did. >> a little sarcastic. a last-second layup sends providence to the next round. the road doesn't get any easier for providence. they will face number one seed north carolina in the next round. the tar heels struggled in the first half with florida gulf coast but pulled away during the second half to win 83-67.
virginia also advance. the top seed in the west, oregon, plays holy cross tonight. another full day of basketball is on tap today. our coverage tips off at noon with dayton taking on syracuse right here on cbs. finally, arizona coach sean miller looks a little uncomfortable, just a wee bit sweaty as he is watching his game. he sweat actually through his clothes before the halftime. your body was made for better things than rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist move to a biologic, ask if xeljanz is right for you. for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can reduce joint pain and swelling in as little as two weeks, and help stop further joint damage. xeljanz can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections, and other cancers have happened. don't start xeljanz if you have an infection. tears in the stomach or intestines, and higher liver tests and cholesterol levels
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