children I have taught myself to have to believe that this is opportunity for us this is a chance for us to come together as a nation and Division only can we stop the separation of families and stuff the policies that plays children in cages so for our families and children let us March and make our voices heard miss you everyday thank you we’ve been listening into passionate protest in speeches this one was by Diane Guerrero who four deported deported while back along with her brother she is of course the actress for Orange is the New Black I want to bring and cbs.n political can you tell us a little bit about through the sense of the mood there and do you believe that this is going to lead to something more thanks Rena great to be with you a combination of anger as you heard there was discussion of electoral consequences or lot of chances both November and dump Trump sign that said things like immigrants welcome here having families out there was definitely a family when I remember being side by side with you just a little bit after the inauguration of the women’s March in Capitol Hill you seem so many rallying cries during this president’s Administration do you get a sense that immigration I need to some larger movement is there enough momentum for this and do you think it could affect midterms who’s that office if there are an amazing Stories and typically it’s been driven from the progressive family separation issue both sides of the aisle in be here for continued organizing two midterms we’ve heard some of the speakers here talk about Supreme Court picks as well as a as a Battle Cry disorder go and vote we know typically midterms it’s a lesser turnout what are Democrats watching there’s no question that across the Progressive Movement approach to push back EMILY’s List around the possibility of Roe v Wade being overturned I think there’s a lot of fear about what could happen with the Affordable Care Act and now covered millions and millions of people import makeup Linda Tran cbs.n political contributor thank you very much for joining us Linda thanks Rena on The Fast Track over a week on Monday July 9th what president is a New Jersey this weekend but he may start meeting with candidates there and he says it’s down to list of five including two women CBS News has learned that two of the top candidates bright Kavanagh are us circuit court judge from Washington DC and Amy Coney Barrett for the president recently appointed to the 7th District Court in Chicago advocacy groups are treating the vacancy created by Justice Anthony Kennedy retirement at a critical moment for the future of abortion-rights and during an interview with Fox Business president Trump discussed how he would approach that topic with his nominee are you going to ask your nominees beforehand how they might vote on Roe versus Wade that’s a big one and probably not they’re all saying don’t do that you don’t do that you shouldn’t do that but I’m putting conservative people on and I’m very proud of Neil Gorsuch he has been outstanding his opinions you know it’s so well written so brilliant and I’m going to try and do something like that but I don’t think I’m going to be so specific colonist at the hell came out we heard the president talk there about Roe v Wade whoever the president picks at this point how do you say the confirmation process playing out the political perspective Democratic party the problem for Democrats is that they don’t have the numbers on their own interests wart this nomination Mitch McConnell the Republican leader has suggested that his party will press on Trump like that the confirmation could even be complete the fault so that’s the general backdrop but clearly this is going to be at Battle Royale between not just the politicians but the activist we know that there’s at least one potential nominee Brett Kavanaugh who’s written that the President should not be encumbered by investigations of any kind of factor in this for president Trump but if mr. Calvin all didn’t get the nomination then I think that would clearly be something that Democrats would draw attention to her house with so many things during the Trump era unique situation here clearly as Supreme Court Justice could have a role to play in adjudicating things like Father indictment can be brought against a sitting president whether a president has the power to Pardon himself that is very deep water but that’s where were sailing right now previously being not so skeptical and Kelly have been telling me that they thinking the the end maybe neared for his tenure and of course mr. Kelly himself and said he was basically planning to stay a year which is which is almost up in terms of potential successors the two names we hear most often are Mick Mulvaney the budget director and Nick Ayers who’s currently chief of staff for the vice president Mike Pence in fact addressing a crowd in DC a fundraising event for the DNC in Beverly Hills do you think that President Obama is President actually help Democratic presidential a lot of Barack Obama’s popularity was personal and therefore he couldn’t really possible into his party in midterm elections nevertheless he is a very magnetic figure I think even his appointment or if her clearly has the capacity to inspire the Democratic party and the Democratic Grassroots show if I were a Democrat I’d much prefer having him on my side than the various other leading members of the party North Korea for a second it’s been two weeks since at Summit between the president and the North Korean leader since then the president that North Korea is no longer nuclear threat actually increasing production and he said that he remains the remains of US soldiers killed in Korea of actually come home we know that’s not true what do we know about the current standings negotiations were they stand that’s somewhat with Kim Young on have sold than you care problem these new satellite images of her getting out of North Korea would suggest that that is not the case that in fact of Aging there could be trying to bolster its nuclear power so that’s actually problem I think that will clearly hangover and a further negotiations between the US consider that a betrayal of trust order a missing evidence of that he had been misled in his initial talks shortcode Harden the potential but as we all know exactly how I will react specifically in relation to North Korea has proven a bed of a Fool’s errand is going to help or hurt him going into midterms and how will it affect the Democrats isn’t really a rallying cry to get people out and vote during the charms immigration but the issue about which people are protesting today I think not dolls hurt the Republican party to some extent that seems to be one of these issues that we see sometimes in politics that really has an emotional resonance peel on the regular I think the wedding visceral idea of separating children from their parents dolls head home with people version 2 that can defeat stand on this issue thank you very much for joining us now whoever replaces Justice Kennedy will have a tremendous amount of power and impacting the nation’s key issues joining us now from Los Angeles is Loyola Law Professor Jessica Levinson Jessica CBS News has learned that two leading contenders to fill just Brad Kavanagh who’s a fifty-three-year-old Circuit Judge in Washington and also 46 year-old Amy Coney Barrett fully vetted conservative judges and we know that the Trump Administration has been extraordinarily effective in nominating and getting confirmed very conservative judges on the lower court a court of appeals and now the Supreme Court and so what Trump Administration has done is essentially Outsource the wedding to two conservative organizations called the Federalist society and the Heritage organization so we know that these will be I think very dependable conservative Juris they both on the Supreme Court one for justice Kennedy one for justice Scalia they’re both now on the federal bench and I think that the mantra for many Republicans is not just desoutter which is a reference to active shooter who was on the Supreme Court nominated by president Herbert Walker Bush and move very far to left as compared to what Republicans wanted so I think thinking this case we’re going to see two very predictable who will be comparatively quite far to the right of Justice tenant the makeup of the Supreme Court I absolutely do and I think that it’s important to remember Justice Kennedy was nobody’s liberal jurist he was a conservative Juris but he was a moderate conservative and in the vast majority cases he did vote with the conservative wing of the court but in a few key issues he did it and those are the issues that Liberals are worried about gay rights he was the one who authored the the opinion that legalize same-sex marriage the area of abortion in the area of affirmative action in some criminal justice areas so in the one hand we can see quite clearly that he was the Swing Vote in those hot button issues also I think what’s underreported is I think it’s behind the scenes Justice Kennedy had a moderating effect so there were decisions and we can look even to last 2 weeks that were narrower than what we could have seen with a solidly conservative majority of the Court we can look for instance to the Masterpiece cakeshop case with the Colorado Baker who did not want to bake a cake for the gay couple that was a very narrow decision if you had a solidly conservative majority of the Court you might have a much broader decision than braces the idea of religious objectors being able to say the gay couples I’m not going to make a cake for you same with respect to the issue partisan gerrymandering both cases I think we had no decision in large part because of Justice Kennedy what we might see or bigger older more conservative decision when you sort of look at the framework of the US Supreme Court what do you say to folks to say well it’s always kind of tilted a little bit more towards the conservative side that’s not the case we have to take a broader View and it’s not always tilted towards the conservative side the other thing I’d say is we need to be careful about conservative vs liberal difference between st. Simons conservative as a Republican or is there a different take on it when you talk about sort of a legal term of conservative there is a difference there should be a difference the judges are voting according to who nominated them if a Republican president nominated them then they’re voting to uphold causes that Republicans care about if a Democratic president nominated them then they’re doing the opposite but they’re absolute and should be a difference between conservative legal scholar and conservative politician but the other thing I want to mention is that the current conservative court is far to the right of past conservative courts so I believe that this will be the most conservative we seen since the early 1930s so yes you could have a court that leans conservative but this court is so much the center of this court is so much for further to the right of anything that anyone in this generation have seen so this Supreme Court will now be next in session coming October the present said he wants a seat someone by then what do you think somebody cases are they could take out that could be impacted by a more conservative Court voting rights this is a big area for the court if you look at issues related to obviously gun-control is a big issue if you look at religious rights if you look at anti-discrimination laws you look at environmental controls Criminal Justice Reform those things are likely to be decided if not next term the coming term for the court they already have granted certification and number of cases a lot of those deals will deal with criminal justice so I think that we could see a big different makeup of the court in very different decisions if we talk next year at this time and so these are areas that affect our most of us are affected by one of these areas at least on a daily basis sitting on the bench both by gender and race as well Jessica thank you very much for joining us Jessica Levinson thank you Miss Sunday on Face the Nation moderator Bolton we just got back from Russia to also talk to democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut Republican senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania and Roberta Jacobson time adviser to Senator John McCain and co-author of McCain’s Memoir the Restless ways you can stream Face the Nation on Sunday 11 a.m. 6 p.m. Eastern right here was in court Friday Jared Warren Ramos was charged with five counts of first-degree murder and will be held without bail please say that he had a long-standing feud with a paper Paula Reid has the latest from Annapolis Maryland please say the specs still refuses to cooperate but a search of his apartment has revealed new details about exactly how we planned this attack we’re also getting new details about the investigation 5 years ago when he first made threats against the newspaper video shows the moments after police took Jared Ramos into custody they say the 38 year-old was hiding under a desk in the Capital Gazette news room or he allegedly open fire on newspaper employees killing five and wounding two more to the offices in which this attack occurred the rear door was barricaded mr. Ramos then as I told the judge Android into the front door and worked his way through the office where he would shooting victims as he walked through the office on Friday rainbow said nothing it’s a judge ordered him to be held without bond Thursday shooting appears to be the end of a long-simmering grudge rainbow count against the paper according to court documents in 2012 rainbows filed an unsuccessful defamation lawsuit against the paper and a colonist who wrote an article about allegations he harassed and threatened a former high school class State as the case move through the Maryland courts Ramos wrote on Twitter that he was suing half the county and making corpses of corrupt careers and corporate entities in 2013 Anne Arundel Police Department investigated my threats rainbows made against the Capital Gazette the investigating officer noted in the police report that he did not believe Ramos was a threat to employees at the paper ultimately the paper decided not to press charges because it would be like putting a stick in a beehive attorney Brandon McCarthy represented another woman who accused Ramos of stalking her McCarthy tells CVS the moment he heard about the shooting he knew it was Ramos silent the only question was who would he get first president Trump was called enemies of the American people on the shooting should be free from the fear of being only attack while doing their job without journalism there is no history on Friday hundreds attended visual across Annapolis to remember the victims among them Winters dimer letter of the capital slain special project editor Wendy Winters are too soon to lose my mother it was a fantastic woman a great mother and an amazing reporter and she was doing her she was doing what you love to do this is today’s edition of the Capital Gazette newspaper that continue to publish despite this tragedy and while you might expect the first few pages are of course about the shooting but the rest of the newspaper covers anything you would expect from the local newspaper on a Saturday their stories about local sports homes for sale and even a story about a new pastor starting at a local church Arena will the Baltimore Orioles pay tribute to the victims of the Annapolis shooting Friday night the team held a moment of silence for the victims of the shooting before the game at Camden Yards against the Los Angeles Angels they also laid Lily’s copy of the Capital Gazette at the spot in the Press Box where John McNamara would have been sitting he was a sports writer and he work for the paper he died in the attack shootings in California what happened at the camp site along California’s Malibu Coast police are now investigating possible connection between last week’s fatal shooting of a father and a several other unsolved shootings Carter Evans has more investigators still are talking about in a tent with his daughters ages 2 and 4 according to the LA Times he was shot in the head although there is no known motive for the killing homicide detectives confirmed at 7 other shootings in the area dating back to November 2016 here’s where it happened while sleeping doesn’t feel safe here anymore and he believes the shooter morning just four days before bodett was killed and Melissa tangelo had a similar experience while she was camping in her SUV they all say they feel like their reports were taken seriously the sheriff’s department is not respond did to our repeated requests for an interview but on Friday released a statement saying a link between the past shootings and the murder will be explored the park stretches over more than 12 square miles the park remains open to hikers and families looking for a spot to cool off there are warnings posted here for everything from rattlesnakes to poison oak but there is nothing about the shootings and that’s unacceptable to many Park visitors there’s a family from Maryland who just came by they didn’t know that there was a killing down here and he could be out here but there’s no warnings or anything posted up it’s just you can have to find out on your own you know 40 serious frustration this weekend will be the one city hoping to capitalize on the budding industry Plus as we’ve been reporting president Trump is wasting no time on finding a replacement for retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy he says that he will announces choice on July 9th but as the rush of cloud looms over the White House and making a pic before the special counsel investigation is finished lead to a constitutional crisis head writer for Funny or Die join us now he David thanks for joining us making a supreme court pick actually end up turning into a constitutional crisis how the Mueller investigation is going to turn out we don’t know what it will find but if it finds that there was collusion or outright conspiracy or anything worse than that the constitution gives us some remedies for what you do about politicians you can vote out of president you can vote out legislators it does not give us remedies for what to do with justices who were appointed under circumstances that we now know which in this case we would but we’re totally legitimate and we’re going to have to have a country figure that and it’s going to be very very difficult and it’s going to threaten the Integrity of the Judiciary itself I suspect that Mitch McConnell is not watching this interview waiting to hear what I think he should do I think he’s going to go as fast as he possibly can he’s going to ram this through don’t forget Neil Gorsuch was also ran through right they didn’t they invoke the nuclear option to get that done in under that’s a first time they did that however I think that we could be setting ourselves up for a serious crisis down the road where let’s say 20 years from now we are seeing five for extremely unprecedented decisions that we all know would never have taken place if it weren’t for Vladimir Putin’s meddling in our election I don’t know how we the people are going to be able to handle that kind of repeated reshaping of our constitution not just for a few years but for decades knowing that it took place because of the intervention of a hostile foreign power if that’s what we find out the Supreme Court has historically been viewed as really above partisan politics political process and how do you the type that is the case the Supreme Court has never been totally immune from politics but both president Trump and his allies in Congress seem to feel that their kind of picking a new team member Justice Roberts and famously talked about his role isn’t higher calling balls and Strikes Mitch McConnell seems to think he just got a draft pick and Trump for the first time I believe for a presidential candidate didn’t just talk about the kind of just as he would like to appoint he put out a list of justices that he might a point that’s a new encroachment of the political process and what’s supposed to be an independent Judiciary to all of these things are challenging the Integrity of the Court little by little and the Russia probe obviously if it finds evidence of something more severe than you know Arthur’s fire to go with all the smoke then it’s going to make things a lot worse you know we’re seeing and you mentioned we the people earlier this interview were seeing folks taking to the streets in cities across this country over immigration how does We the People the folks there in America counter a supreme court nominee when you know these are folks were nominated for 4 years they’re nominated for Life how does anyone counter that on the street I think that we have seen for generations to bring cords that have out of step with what the people the majority of the American people want I believe the last time we had a majority of the court appointed by democrats was 1969 so most Americans have never been alive during a time when the court has it been conservative accelerate that trying to 28 worst I do think that if it turns out that the new 5-4 majority on the court at came to being because of Vladimir Putin the next Democratic Administration will probably be thinking about ways to reform the court and make Putin’s influence isn’t felt for decades it’s one thing for we the people the people in the street to be working within the system that we all grew up in but that system I don’t think needs to include foreign powers getting to pick justices for life your perspective on the Supreme Court and Michael cbs.n political contributor Boston Herald columnist and politics editor for any journalism it’s called when you make up his argument what you hear the phrase we have one present at a time and usually they’re referring to maybe at the transition point where one’s coming in one’s going out but my account or him today but we are entitled to at least one president if you have a president who can’t do basic things like nominate somebody for Supreme Court vacancy you don’t really have a present and the idea that you would say well one day this President might be impeached and one day we might discover that she did something bad and so right he can’t do anything until then I don’t know how the system would work and the glaring obvious example is Richard Nixon Richard Nixon was forced out of office he appointed to Supreme Court nominees nobody said all week Justice rehnquist anymore makes an appointment in the system works in the system isn’t predicated on every individual being perfect the president gets to nominate somebody but there’s a reason why the Senate reviews in the Senate does not review judge Gorsuch sure whoever it is based on what do you think of Donald Trump did he pass the test now it is just Juris qualify do they have the right temperament do they have the skills if they do it doesn’t matter who’s nominated by Trump or Obama or Satan end up with the Supreme Court that’s the system the system works pretty good and I think that may be what David is overlooking so you have faith in the system of folks complete look at the Supreme Court as an institution that should never be political flip a coin it leans too far to the right or One Direction you know how how to Folks at home counter that Michael the court Court ruled on Roe versus Wade the American people were bitterly divided 45 years later people are still bitterly divided and yet the court is still the court this notion of the court is some in a dangerous position that were in danger of losing credibility I checked gallops numbers they ask are you I do feel feel confident in the institution today about 40% of Americans say they feel pretty confident at the Supreme Court 10 years ago that was down to 32% actually gone up the same with the presidency today about 32% of Americans say they feel confident in at 10 years ago was down to 25% my point is that the confidence in these institutions open Flow often due to partisanship do I like the people who are there but we are not in the credibility crisis for the court and there is certainly no reason to vacate a president’s constitutional power because you think that one day someone might find out that he did something ultimately Michael you see whoever the president nominates as being able to go through before as a president once before midterms George W bush nominated Harriet Myers she was a terrible pig and many of us in conservative media started complaining immediately he was forced to a drawer wasn’t a judgement on W’s character or on Harry Myers she just wasn’t a good pic but if this I really don’t understand how releasing a list and advanced undermines assistant I think it’s amazing transparent you’re not going to likely to get any surprises you may not like President Trump’s choice but it’s going to be someone who’s thoroughly vetted by the Senate by the public by the media and if that person qualified no matter what happens in the future what difference will make one more thing to add if you buy the notion that President Trump Supreme Court choices should be vacated if he’s later convicted of collusion the executive orders that he signed what about the bills that he signed me we just can’t do a presidency this way we’re sorry we decided we don’t like you anymore so we’re going to get rid of your stuff and just our system is specifically designed to be bigger than any one president no matter how he turned he or she turns out to behave approach it the challenge they have is keeping their team energized about doing something about the court and let’s face it that you pointed out many times today here in CVS and they only have the votes the Republicans can do what they want energize Brenda crazy I don’t think that giving Republicans a conservative on the court is going to inspire voters in November you making them happy what motivates voters tends to be fear or concern and so if Republicans they want and Democrats are making their case then I think you kind of anybody even split but if Democrats tripped over into kind of overly zealous we have more incidents of people being thrown out of restaurants at The Marching In the Street turns from animated to ugly we could make a lot of Swing right-leaning voters nervous about oh my gosh I got to turn out because if he’s crazy is getting power we’re going to spend the next two years fighting off craziness and that is The Sweet Spot Democrats are looking for for energized but not over the top when it comes to fighting over the Supreme Court for the Democratic Party it’s hot out there for much of the country and could be dangerous will president Trump says that he’s already narrowed down his list for potential Supreme Court pick eldernet is traveling with the president in New president Trump arrives in New Jersey expecting to interview potential replacements for retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy CBS News there are two leading contenders Brett cavanal a fifty-three-year-old Circuit Judge in Washington at a 46 year-old Amy Coney Barrett the president recently appointed to the seventh circuit in Chicago also up for consideration ism step off 49 year old circuit court judge in Cincinnati who would be the first Indian American to serve on the Supreme Court the president has been expressing excitement about nominating a second Supreme Court Justice judge Gorsuch Supreme Court Justice Gorsuch earlier in the week Mr Trump highlighted his vision to reshape the high court for decades and reminded support as his judicial nominees only survive if Republicans keep control of the Senate how to make use of his party’s razor-thin majority now because Democrats might win back control of the upper chamber after the midterm elections cold and key votes the president hosted 6 senators of the White House Thursday including 3 vulnerable Democrats this week Democratic efforts to push off confirmation votes until next year we’ll quickly rebuffed famously held up Obama’s Supreme Court pick Merrick Garland for 10 months back in 2016 siding the upcoming election Democrats want him to do the same now too close to reflection looks like people decide but McConnell rejected Patterson before yesterday that the Senate should only processed Supreme Court nominations generation is whether or not we will continue to recognize or not a woman’s right to choose CBS News correspondent from Berkeley Heights New Jersey information from The Man Behind the prank phone call with President Trump what are we learning books but he did in fact on Wednesday with his podcast producer make an attempt to reach out to president Trump through the White House switchboard and after a few failed attempts was able to connect with President Trump a bull death Bulls won Linda saying that he posed I Senator Menendez of New Jersey and that was enough for the White House to patch through this comedian to Jared Kushner the president’s advisor and son-in-law Belinda said he essentially posed as the senator and said he wanted to discuss immigration policy and was surprised that 20 minutes later he got a phone call back from president Trump himself and the podcast as posted this full minute come station online and many people have been listening to it and Belinda says he was surprised at how easy it was for him to get through to President Trump and how he says president Trump seem to believe that he was the Democratic senator from Jazzy in the phone call you can hit president Trump congratulating who he thought was Senator Menendez on avoiding corruption charges you have President Trump say that he wants to deliver on a larger immigration policy solution rather than small fix it so it’s certainly does sound very convincing at Melendez is essentially saying this was a practical joke and that the Secret Service is now visited his home he did not answer the door and he tells us that he’s in discussions Michael avenetti who represents Stormy Daniels in her case with the President should the White House decide to press charges because comedian saying yes it wasn’t fact him and he got through to the president well this is exceedingly embarrassing for the White House and they have not commented in fact they told us they won’t engage on this topic but they pull so not. Ali denied it either which we’ve seen with previous incidents we did go confirmation from the person familiar with conversations at the White House on Thursday didn’t reach out to Senator Menendez his office to flag this prank phone call to the president to the office to let them know that someone was posing as the senator but it is is is is exceedingly embarrassing for the white house because it really exposes just how easy it was for a casual comedian with a podcast to speak to the president of the United States for 4 minutes unbelievable arrow that he was able to actually talk to president Trump also ask you though a lot of us obviously on Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy retiring to retire at this specific time do we know yet Arrow a major decision a major announcement and president Trump is using this weekend to speak to potential Replacements but we don’t know specifically why Justice Kennedy announced his retirement historically justices do 10 to announce their retirement during the summer recess and even though Congress is in session it would fit with that historical precedent and he’s also served almost to twice as long as what is a typical 10-year Supreme Court of 16 years a Justice Kennedy sitting on the bench for three decades and as he is 81 years old like anyone else who is accomplished at that age you likely wants to spend more time with his wife and family as well but president Trump earlier this Lincoln speeches he made in Wisconsin claimed that it was his discussion with Justice Kennedy and the assurances the president Trump gave him that he would be replaced with a conservative justice but ultimately at tip Justice Kennedy to make decision but it is certainly a consequential one in Congress the president nominates well it’s a big deal because Justice Kennedy has historically been the Swing Vote between the liberal and conservative wings of the Supreme Court his decisions have helped provide rights to gay Americans toward marriage is also upheld abortion as well so with his possible replacement and president Trump’s commitment to replace him with a conservative Justice Democrats and liberals all concerned perhaps this is the first step to is Wade which legalized abortion to being over time so they tried to push Senate leader Mitch McConnell to delay this confirmation vote until after the midterm elections on the slim chance that perhaps Democrats will be enough seats to gain the majority in the Senate Senator McConnell will have none of that he wants this vote done this full to secure a conservative justices on the court and that’s why president Trump met with several Senators this week to gauge what would be palatable for them what type of nominee there were two pro-abortion rights Republican Senators Lisa murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine who have indicated they don’t want to see someone overturn Roe versus Wade said to call him saying that she sees it as law the president Trump would be wise to appoint a Justice who has not previously ruled in ways that seem negative tool drove us his way with our president Trump told us on FS1 yesterday he would not ask potential nominees typically about the views on this issue because he felt it would be inappropriate but we are standing by to see who he will meet here in the next few hours as a potential replacement for justice Kennedy especially on an ethnic level on your making these decisions on people who come from a wide range of a different background any sort of sense that he might nominate somebody who is ethnically diverse in the current makeup of the Supreme Court yeah there was one nominate who if confirmed would be the first indian-american to sit on the Supreme Court and that’s amul thapar he’s 49 years old and currently serves on the sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati president I mentioned that there are two women on his short list of possible Replacements and that includes Amy Coney Barrett she’s 46 years old and was appointed by President Trump to sit on the 7th Circuit Court there in Chicago but president Trump has made clear in his speeches and to us yesterday on Air Force One that he wants to nominate someone who is relatively young as far as judges go who will sit and roll on the Supreme Court for Generation so whoever he shoes he wants that confirmation process to be swift but he also wants to have a lasting Legacy coming to us in New Jersey traveling with thank you concerns about their financial Futures many graduate with debts that will take years to pay off but some students about a pressure that we do not associate with college cutter Evans reports for Los Angeles I’m going to a different School than my peers are they have house is right up the hill they have everything they need that’s not the UCLA I go to most of his classmates he’s homeless his school locker is his closet he brushes his teeth in a public restroom and it times he sleeps on this sofa inside a 24-hour Campus Library my first quarter here actually living inside of my car that’s where I had all my clothes everything I need it for the day Department of Education there were at least 30 mm homeless college students in 2017 was hoping to attend medical school so I want to be a orthopedic surgeon $13,000 which is covered by financial aid student loans and a job on campus but after books and food there’s nothing left for rent when you look at this campus the beauty in and The Prestige of being here it is imagine that some of the students here don’t have a home to go home to obviously it does exist it’s just difficult to grasp and put into a quantitative form students attend University of California campuses reveals 48% of underclassmen are food insecure and have to skip meals to combat the problem UCLA even has an on-campus food pantry where students can pick up for free no questions asked the problem with homelessness in universities is that because we don’t want to stand out that the university has no idea that we even exist another place to live limit steaks and his time is already run out but he won’t graduate until 2020 Carter rabbits Los Angeles CVS on CBS News what real news right now we’ve got the app for that welcome to CVS and we are streaming live you can’t get anywhere else in the CBS News special report CBS CBS News Hideaway Marina 9 and thank you for joining us thousands of people across the nation gather to protest the Trump Administration zero-tolerance policy on immigration the families Belong Together valleys Peter celebrities and activists calling for an end to the price the separating families at the Border in Washington Orange is the New Black actress Diane Guerrero told her story parents were deported when from the US when she was just 14 years old who has a young child was separated from her family I am here today to be painfully honest about the damage these government policies do to human beings do to I am here to stand before you and convey that even some 17 years later I still remember how it felt when I first tried out for my parents I couldn’t answer I am here at the voice for thousands of children without one for those who will wake up every day and have to tell themselves they didn’t deserve for their parents to be taken for this was only one of 600 marches that occurred around the country on Saturday president Trump is putting his search for the next Supreme Court Justice on the fast-track a week on Monday July 9th what president is a New Jersey this weekend but he may start meeting with Ken and it’s there and he says it’s down to list of five including two women CBS News has learned that two of the top candidates are bright Kavanagh are us Circuit Court John from Washington DC and Amy Coney Barrett for the president recently appointed to the 7th District Court in Chicago advocacy groups are treating the vacancy created by Justice Anthony Kennedy retirement at a critical moment for the future of abortion rights and during an interview with Fox Business president Trump discussed how he would approach that topic with his nominee are you going to ask you nominees beforehand how they might vote on Roe versus Wade that’s a big one and probably not they’re all saying don’t do that you don’t do that you shouldn’t do that but I’m putting conservative people on and I’m very proud of Neil Gorsuch he is been outstanding his opinions are you know what was so well-written so brilliant and I’m going to try and do something I like that but I don’t think I’m going to be so specific thermostat the hell came out we heard the president talk there about Roe v Wade whoever the president picks at this point how do you see the confirmation process playing out from the political perspective chronic party the problem for Democrats is that they don’t have the numbers on their own interests Wort this nomination Mitch McConnell Republican leader has suggested that his party will press on Trump like that the confirmation could even be completed by so that’s the general backdrop but clearly this is going to be at Royale between not just about the activist the Mueller probe you know that there’s at least one potential nominee Brett Kavanaugh was written that the president’s should not be encumbered by investigations of any kind of factor in this president Trump but if mr. Calvin all didn’t get the nomination then I think that would clearly be something the Democrats would draw attention to her house with so many things during the Trump era unique situation here clearly this Supreme Court Justice could have a role to play in adjudicating things like further indictment can be brought against a sitting president whether a president has the power to Pardon himself that is very deep water both legally and politically but that’s where were sailing right now sleeping not telling me that they think can be the end maybe neared for his tenure and of course mr. Kelly himself and said he was basically planning to stay a year which is which is almost up in terms of potential successors the two names we hear most often are Mick Mulvaney the budget director and Nick Ayers who’s currently chief of staff for the vice president Mike Pence in fact addressing a crowd in DC a fundraising event for the DNC in Beverly Hills do you think that President Obama is President actually help Democrat a lot of Barack Obama’s popularity was personal and therefore he couldn’t really pass it on to his party in midterm elections never the last he is a very magnetic figure I think even his appointments and Technologies on uncommonly gifted all refer to clearly has the capacity to inspire the Democratic Party in the Democratic Grassroots show if I were a Democrat I’d much prefer having him on my side than the various other leading members of the party prayer for a second it’s been two weeks since that summer between the president and the North Korean leader since then the president of North Korea is no longer nuclear threat we now know there’s evidence that there’s actually increasing production and he said that he remains the remains of US soldiers who were killed actually come home we know that’s not true what do we know about the current state of these negotiations were they stand here really is the gap between appears to be Summit with Kim Young on have solved the new ear problem these new satellite images of her getting out of North Korea would suggest that that is not the case that in fact of a shame there could be trying to bolster its nuclear power so that sexier I think that will clearly hangover and a further negotiations between the US a betrayal of trust or a missile in his initial talks but as we all know exactly how I will react typically in relation to North Korea has proven Fool’s errand the help or hurt him going into midterms and how will it affect the Democrats isn’t really a rallying cry to get people out and vote during the terms immigration the issue of why French people are protesting today I think about those hurt the Republican party to some extent that seems to be one of these issues that we see sometimes and politics Rena that really has an emotional resonance irregular news I think the wedding Restoril idea of separating children from their parents dolls hit home with people I think that reaches understandable turn off kenefick Gathering out to make a stand on this issue now standage thank you very much for joining us now advisor John Bolton we just got back from Russia to also talk to democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut Walter he’s a longtime advisor to Senator John McCain and co-author of McCain’s Memoir the Restless ways you can stream Face the Nation on Sunday 11 a.m. 6 p.m. Eastern right here on CVS ad Marilyn was in court on Friday Jared Warren Ramos was charged with five counts of first-degree murder and will be held without bail please say that he had a long-standing feud with a paper Paula Reid has the latest from Annapolis Maryland please say the suspects still refuses to cooperate but a search of his apartment has revealed new details about exactly how we planned this attack we’re also getting new details about the investigation five years ago when he first made threats against the newspaper video shows the moments after police took Jared Ramos into custody they say the 38 year-old was hiding under a desk in the Capital Gazette news room or he allegedly open fire on newspaper employees killing five and wound two more to the offices and which this attack occurred the rear door was barricaded mr. Ramos then as I told the judge entered into the front door and worked his way through the office where he would shooting victims as he walked through the office on Friday ordered him to be held without bond Thursday shooting appears to be the end long-simmering Grudge Ramos held against the paper according to court documents in 2012 Ramos filed an unsuccessful defamation lawsuit against the paper and a colonist who wrote an article about allegations he harassed and threatened a former High School classmate as the case move through the Maryland courts Ramos wrote on Twitter that he was suing half the county and making corpses of corrupt careers and corporate entities in 2013 Anne Arundel Police Department investigated online threats rainbows made against the Capital Gazette the investigating officer noted in the police report that he didThousands of protesters gathered across America to demand President Donald Trump’s administration reunite the divided families. Protestors moved by accounts of children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border, pmarched Saturday in major cities and tiny towns across the U.S. to demand President Donald Trump’s administration reunite the divided families.
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More than 700 planned marches are expected to draw hundreds of thousands of people across the country, from immigrant-friendly cities like Los Angeles and New York to conservative Appalachia and Wyoming under the banner Families Belong Together.
Alicia Keys and America Ferrera were among the celebrities who spoke at the events in Washington D.C. this morning.
Rallies are planned in New York City on the Brooklyn Bridge, Washington D.C. and Los Angeles. But other cities have jumped on board across the U.S.
The New York City rally events began at 10 a.m. Washington D.C. events were planned for 11 a.m. and ralley events in Los Angeles start at 2 p.m. (all times Eastern).
In New York City, thousands began chanting “shame!” and singing “shut detention down!” before their planned march across the Brooklyn Bridge.