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"Then tomorrow will with clouds that'll be another windy day. But not as bad as a day gusts will be about forty miles an hour, high sixty three in midtown shower around the first part of tomorrow night, then partial clearing decent day coming up Wednesday few light showers, forty nine degrees in New York. I'm Steve Scott. This is WCBS WCBS HD and WCBS FM HD, two New York. Catastrophic damage to the Notre Dame cathedral that one up in flames cardinal Timothy Dolan says he rushed to Saint Patrick's to pray for the cathedral in the heart of Paris. The NYPD says last night shooting death of a man who charged at two officers in the Bronx was justified. It's more. It's meant to Phillies scoreless bottom second net. Sixers tipping often game to nets took game. One forty nine degrees. Some light rain on Monday, April fifteenth. Good evening. I'm Becky Allen. CBS news is next more than just the headlines. This is w CBS News Radio. Eight eighty. It's eight o'clock. CBS news on the hour. Real news real reporting. I'm Gary non Francis morning. The fire damage to the historic theaters Notre Dame, one of the world's most recognizable. Landmarks reporter Adam plow. His people free press. It was really just oughta shock and devastation. The flames today race stop the steeple toppling spire inside the cathedral CBS's, Elaine Cobb shocked, this is so unexpected and south and this building. Century. It's revived the French revolution. For many other buildings were sacked by the revolutionary. It's the hundred year war it survived two world wars the last century out in the space of one evening. It has gone up in flames. Much destroy cause of the fires being investigated. But one official says it is possibly linked to ongoing renovations to the crumbling building. French billionaire, Francois on re Pinot has pledged one hundred thirteen million dollars toward the rebuilding of the cathedral. The fire continues to burn attorney general where you embark says he's ready to make public a full version of the Muller report. CBS news correspondent Steven Portnoy at the White House. The Justice department says the attorney general will release a redacted version of the report on Thursday. He's previously said Robert Muller's full report runs close to four hundred pages. We won't know what's been blacked out until we see it. The president tweets. The report quote should have focused on the people who spied on my twenty sixteen campaign and others who fabricated the whole Russia hoax that he insists is the crime measles is a growing problem worldwide and nationwide. There's been an upsurge in cases around the world over the last three months, Dr Katrina Kritzinger of the World Health organiser. Says recent outbreaks so a dangerous backsliding progress. Wherever children are unvaccinated. They are at risk in the US. The CDC says five hundred fifty five measles cases have been confirmed. This year in twenty states about two-thirds of them in New York. Most unvaccinated people in orthodox Jewish communities. The IRS wants to hear from all taxpayers by midnight expecting an increase in the number of people asking for even more time to file their returns. About fourteen point six million this year, you will estimate your taxes, and we'd like you to get it to be about ninety percent of what you owe. If you do that you will avoid some of the interest in penalty German Connolly of the IRS says an extension allows more time to file but not to pay. If you owe Wall Street stocks closing lower today. The Dow industrials down twenty-seven NASDAQ off eight s and p slipped point this CBS news CBS News Radio programming is available on digital platforms, including the CBS News Radio app on I tunes in Google play. Amazon's Alexa, platform and tune in. More news more often. This is w CBS News Radio. Eight eighty a radio dot com station, forty nine degrees. Some light rain reported clear windy night, dropping to forty three. CBS news time eight oh three having been to never Dom cathedral. Many."