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♪ it's tuesday, april 27th, 2021. this is the "cbs morning news." relaxing the rules. new guidance is expected today for fully vaccinated americans. what it means when it comes to wearing a mask. >> my dad got executed just by trying to save his own life. state of anger. why the family of a black man shot and killed by deputies is still calling for transparency. even after viewing body camera footage of the incident. fiery explosion. a witness records his exact moment when a car burst into flames on the side of the highway. ♪
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good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. for more than 13 months into the pandemic, the u.s. appears ready to take another setback normalcy. today, the cdc is expected to update guidelines for people who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus and whether they need to wear a mask outside. now that would apply to more than 95 million americans, or almost 29% of the population who are fully vaccinated. laura podesta has the latest development from new york. so, laura, what are some of the other guidelines that can be announced today? >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. well, there are expected to be new recommendations about infection control in hospital settings like hospitals and nursing homes. president biden is likely to make an announcement about the coronavirus today. the cdc is expected to come out with new guidelines for mask wearing today. >> the risk of infection outside
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is really minimal, if you're vaccinated and you're outside, it's even less. so, what we're going to be doing through the cdc is soon, very soon, clarifying the situation vis-a-vis masks in vaccinated versus on vaccinated people. >> reporter: more than 28% of the country is fully vaccinated against covid-19. >> you don't even have to get out of your car, it's so easy to get these vaccines. >> reporter: but about 5 million people never went back for the second dose. >> a lot of people have stronger reactions in the second dose than the first code. and that's because your body is actually building immunity against the virus and that's why the second dose is important to get. >> reporter: the white house says it will share its stockpile of the astrazeneca vaccine with the rest of the world once it passes an fda safety check. >> given the strong portfolio of
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vaccines that the united states has already authorized, and available in large quantities and is available in large quantities we don't need to use astrazeneca in our fight against covid in the next few months. >> reporter: the u.s. also pledged oxygen and other supplies to india. >> situation in india is beyond heartbreaking. >> reporter: india reported more than 2800 deaths on monday and many intensive care units are operating at full capacity. and overall, india has reported more than 17 million coronavirus cases, second only to the u.s. we've had more than 32 million, anne-marie. >> yeah, it is a tough situation there. laura podesta in new york. >> reporter: it is. >> thank you so much, laura. the outrage is growing in elizabeth city, north carolina, where sheriff's deputies shot and killed a black man while serving a warrant. the family of andrew brown jr. is demanding transparency after they were shown just 20 seconds of body camera footage
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yesterday. and the city is under a state of emergency under possible release of the video to the public. elise preston has the latest developments. >> reporter: protesters demanding justice have taken to the streets of elizabeth city for another day after the deadly police shooting of andrew brown jr. >> my dad got executed just by trying to save his own life. >> reporter: sheriff's deputies shot and killed brown. last week in north carolina. the officers were serving the 42-year-old with a warrant on felony drug charges. he was shot trying to drive away. >> andrew had his hands on his steering wheel. he was not reaching for anything. he was not touching anything. he had his hands firmly on the steering wheel. >> reporter: after days of demonstrations, the attorney general allowed the family to review footage produced by a body cam camera. >> we do not feel that we got
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transparency. we only saw a snippet of the video. >> reporter: the family's attorneys said they were shown only a single 20-second clip that had been heavily edited. >> the truth will come out. the video will be seen by the public. and we get justice for andrew brown jr. >> reporter: sheriff tommy wooten says the body cam footage should be released to the public if it won't hinder the state's investigation. >> once i get that confirmation, our county will file a motion in court to have the footage released. >> reporter: that process could take days. seven deputies are on administrative leave pending an investigation. elise preston, cbs news. new york. the justice department has launched an investigation against the louisville police department. it has come under scrutiny after officers last year shot and killed breonna taylor in a botched drug raid. one former police officer was indicted in that incident. but no officers were charged directly in her death. the justice department is also investigating the minneapolis police department. and new york governor andrew cuomo rejected accusations of harassment in his first face-to-face news conference
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with reporters in months. >> can you tell the people of the state of the new york, yes or no did you do the things you were accused of? >> no. that's what i said when people suggested -- yeah, to put it very simply, no. >> on all counts? >> no. >> that's cuomo yesterday. he faces a series of sexual misconduct allegations from several former and present employees. cuomo reported the state attorney general investigating the claims will not find any wrongdoings. and critics of california governor gavin newsom have collected enough signatures to force a recall. 15 signatures having verified much more than needed to force a vote on the first term democrat. the contest could land on the ballot as early as this fall. newsom's campaign effort said the recall effort is the work of pro-trump supporters.
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jackson's companies had no legal duty to protect boys from sexual abuse and dismissed the lawsuit against them. wade robson who was interviewed with gayle king in 2019 two entertnment companies claimi jackson ben abusing anymore 1990 when he was 7rs robson was of two men who made the allegations against jackson in the hbo documentary "leaving neverland." jackson's attorneys have denied their abuse claims. >> the "new orleans times-picayune" says volunteers searching for seven men missing from a capsized boat have life jackets and other debris from the vessels. volunteers from the united states navy are conducting a search and air search for the missing crew members. the men disappeared two weeks ago when their oil boat sequel
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power overturned in stormy weather off the louisiana coast. the u.s. coast guard called off its search on april 19th. >> we're doing our best to try to find any one of the seven that are still missing. and i want saul ant want all of the families to know i'm pulling for everybody. >> six men were rescued from boat after it capsized. the bodies of six others have been recovered. and "usa today" says chief justice john roberts will represent the supreme at president biden's address to a joint session of congress tomorrow night. a spokeswoman for the high court said roberts was the only one of the nine justices invited due to pandemic restrictions. in previous presidential addresses most of the justices were iattendance. the nine justices met on friday for their annual photo. still ahead, million dollar sneakers. a pair of prototype sneakers worn by rapper kanye west shattered a sales record. sneak worn by rapper kanye west shattered a sales record. ♪ you are my sunshine ♪ ♪ my only sunshine... ♪
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the country. roku is threatening to pull the plug on youtube tv on its platform in the coming days. it stems from a dispute between the digital media player and google. roku accuses google of making anti-competitive demands including asking for preferential treatment of its youtube tv and youtube app. google calls those claims baseless. on the "cbs moneywatch" now, where americans are moving, according to the latest census. and kanye's yeezy sneakers sell for a record bryce. diane king hall is in new york with that and morning. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. the heavy hitters like starbucks and citigroup reporting results today. meantime, stock futures are mo
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open after stocked finished mixed yesterday. the dow dropped 61 points. the nasdaq rallied 121, hitting a new high. and the s&p 500 gained 7. >> the u.s. is marking its lowest population growth since the great depression. now the census bureau says altogether, the nation's population rose to 331 million last year. that is the second slowest ever with more people migrating to republican strongholds in the south and west. texas and florida were among several states that gained congressional seats. for the first time ever, california the nation's most populous state lost a congressional seat as a result of slowing migration. apple's update to its operating system comes with new controls. it's designed to limit tracking the activity of iphone users. people get a pop-up notification in some apps seeking their permission to collect data that apple believes could be used to track their browsing habits.
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the software ruled out yesterday and could bring big changes including facebook that rely on that information for their mobile advertising. a pair of kanye west yeezy's sold for a report prize. the pair sold for $1.1 million. the kicks are the highest reported price for a sneaker sale ever. the rapper wore the shoes which were the prototype for the yeezy line in the 2008 grammy awards. anne-marie. >> you think that's crazy, i was looking into the whole sale what rares does is, it sells shares in sneakers. so you and i, if we wanted to could own a sliver of those yeezy when up for sale in the summertime which is crazy. >> i know, we'll sell anything here. nfts, i mean, it's like we need to come up with something, anne-marie. >> right? >> uh-huh. >> get rich together. diane king hall in new york.
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♪ that is a rare pink super moon over istanbul, turkey. it lit up the sky last night. nasa says that it reached its fullest point at 11:32 p.m. eastern time here in the use, but it will continue to appear full until tomorrow morning. super moons are full moons that appear larger and brighter because they're closer to the earth than usual. this one is also called a pink super moon since it appears in april and it is named after the moss pink plant that blooms in the spring. the ratings for sunday's academy awards hit an all-time low. the 93rd annual oscars on abc was seen by 9.8 million viewers.
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that is 58% lower than the ratings from last year's show, up until this year, that was the previous low. most movie theaters were closed due to the pandemic the past year. and many people seem to be unfamiliar or unexcited by movies they could mostly see only on streaming services. the oscars also broke tradition last night, instead of announcing the winner of the best picture as the last award of the evening, it chose to end the show with the best actor award. 83-year-old anthony hopkins won his second career oscar. he was not there to accept the award. his victory was a shock to many who expected the late actor chadwick boseman to win. hopkins made a belated acceptance speech in instagra video from his native wales. >> i want to pay tribute to chadwick boseman who was taken from us far too early. and again, thank you all very much. i really did not expect this.
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>> boseman was named best actor at several awards shows this year including the golden globes and the screen actors guild. and carrie ann inaba announced she is taking a leave of absence as co-host on the cbs daytime show "the talk." she made the announcement yesterday on social media. >> so, i wanted to let you know personally that i have decided to take a leave of absence from "the talk." to focus on my well-being. i appreciate the love and support from my "talk" family and i hope to be back soon. >> inaba suffers from several chronic conditions. her announcement comes several weeks after co-host sharon osbourne left "the talk" with a heats onair exchange about race with fellow host sheryl underwood. so, coming up first on "cbs
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our top stories this morning. the cdc is expected to update guidelines for people who get the covid vaccine shot. that includes the recommendation on whether masks are still required for immunized people when outdoors. more than 95 million americans are fully vaccinated. that's about 29% of the total u.s. population. and the family of andrew brown jr. is demanding transparency after they were shown 20 seconds of body cam footage. brown was shot and killed last week by deputies in elizabeth city, north carolina, as they tried to serve warrants. the family attorney said brown had his hands on the steering wheel of his car when he was shot.
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cryptocurrency is a hit with some investors, but it has yet to break through with consumers as a mainstream way to buy and sell goods. as nancy chen reports that could soon be changing. >> reporter: when baseball recently welcomed back spectators, it marked the start of something new at the home of california oakland a's. fans watched the season seats and paid for with bitcoin, the first time cryptocurrency was used to a baseball ticket. >> we started with the suite sell, $60,000, we thought it was a perfect time. >> reporter: dave cavil is the team president. given where you are, it makes sense that you're the first professional baseball team to try this out. >> our fans are all over the silicon valley, i think there's opportunity where even a sponsor can theoretically pay with bitcoin and we can use other aspects in our business.
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>> reporter: and it's not just the a's, elon musk announced people could use bitcoin to drive away with a tesla. this national hotel accepts cryptocurrency for weddings and even medical services can be paid for it. >> some people feel it's more private and secure. >> reporter: san francisco dr. paul abramson started accepting bitcoin about nine years ago, but it hasn't been easy. >> it's kind of hard for to us convert it in dollars in an official way. and the tax consequences are less clear these days. we're trying to limit our exposure to bitcoin transactions right now. >> reporter: and cryptocurrency wild swings in value is keeping many people from jum on t ba it's n clearf of the adtionon widespread as dollars and cents. nancy chen, cbs news, new york. coming up on "cbs this morning," in our series eye on earth, we will show you how seaweed is playing a big role in
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fighting climate change. plus, we speak with health and services secretary javier becerra about the guidelines for masks. and dr. perry and oprah winfrey tell us about the new book about how childhood trauma shapes our life. and what we can do about it. that's it for "cbs morning news." thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. "cbs morning news." thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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