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on it. i'm not a teacher, but i play one on tv. the news millions are waiting for from london. kate is now in a hospital in early labor as the world watches. we are live. amazing rescues, massive downpours in arizona. flash floods leaving moat "rick's list motorists trapped. good morning, everyone. it is monday. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. nice to see you. >> you, too. i'm michaela pereira. we begin this morning with big news from london after weeks and weeks of waiting.
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word into cnn this morning that the duchess of cambridge, kate, is in labor. max foster, the pay off is on its way, my friend. you have been waiting there patiently in a heat wave. now it would appear the time has arrived. >> reporter: we had a rumor she came in, then it got confirmed a couple hours ago. she came in four hours ago, 6:00 a.m. uk time. the labor is progressing normally. that's good news. they arrived around the back. kate and william in a car. it wasn't the big motorcade we had been expecting. she's inside with her own medical team. it's a teaching hospital. she could not be in better hands. >> max, are you getting updates in terms -- we just got this update she's in early labor and
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progressing well. how are they keeping you up to date? >> reporter: there's a general e-mail and we chat on the phone. we are not getting a lot of updates, i have to say. the point about her coming into early stages of labor, there was talk about her being induced. there's no sign that has happened. that doesn't imply she was induced. to give you a sense of the interest in the story, if you swing the camera around, this is one of three press pens here. it's gone completely mad. i'm partly to blame. as soon as i get the e-mail from the palace, i came out. they have buckingham palace and a whole set up there as well. this is in terms of media saturation, we are up there. >> we talked to you last week and you could see a few other press areas set up and people talking. listening to you, there's a buzz behind you.
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the excitement is growing. max, we'll talk to you later. thanks for the update. >> let's bring in katie nichols. she's live at buckingham palace. one of the reasons the world is so captivated by this impending birth is this would be diana's first grand chchilgrandchild. this is will, which many of us watched grow up since his mothers death. this is the third in line. this baby is third in line to the throne, whether it's a boy or not. >> reporter: it will be historic whether it's a boy or girl. a lot of people are hoping it will be a girl because of historical implementations it will have. everyone here is gathered at buckingham palace. behind me is where the easel will be placed with the weight
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and the name. it will be here keeping with protocol where everyone will find out first about the birth. >> would you. what about the queen, prince charles, what will their role be once the birth is announced? >> prince william is under strict instructions to telephone the queen as soon as the birth happens. he will make it on an encrypted phone. the queen must be the first to be told before anyone else about the future heir. this is a couple who has done things their own way, they have added a modern touch to their marriage. this will go by protocol and the queen called first. >> i can understand it. katie, thank you. >> i was thinking, now there are going to be grandmothers around the nation saying you must call me on an encrypted line and i must be the first to know. >> i called my grandma. >> they are the queens of our family. >> true.
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another story we are watch sg the extreme weather from coast to coast in normally dry phoenix, thunderstorms that washed out roads leading to dramatic water rescues. helicopters needed. drivers were trapped in their vehicles by the rushing floodwater. as much as two inches of rain fell in the phoenix area sunday. thousands of residents and tourists allowed to return to their communities near palm springs, california. they have been evacuated because of the mountain fire. it burned 30,000 acres. heavy weekend rains were a help to battling the blaze. it destroyed dozens of homes. the fires are 68% contained. >> that is good news. while the heat across the country has been followed by a cool wave, many folks are impacted by severe weather. indra petersons is tracking that. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> this is one of those summer
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that is is going to be remembered because of intense weather. >> it doesn't stop. the heavy rain in june and july. we wanted relief again. now we have to pay the price in terms of rain to get the relief. after a week long heat wave, thunderstorms battered the nation. in the west, thunderstorms in las vegas, nevada snapped trees and utility poles. watch as this amateur video captures a lightning strike that knocked out power to the area. look at this photo taken at wrigley field in chicago friday night during a pearl jam concert. heavy rain delayed the concert for hours. >> reporter: in cleveland, ohio, an ef-1 tornado ripped a wall off this building at the college. >> came to the left. the building is unstable.
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>> down south, a flash flood washed out this road leaving 100,000 families stranded. in southern california, residents were allowed to return home after the rain helped firefighters battle stubborn firefighters. >> it's a blessing we can come back to work and our homes. >> reporter: five lives lost in wisconsin from last week's heat wave. >> call 911. >> reporter: an elderly woman was found dead inside an unair-conditioned home. her body temperature, 110 degrees. the good news is we are seeing relief from the heat today. temperatures milder across the country. unfortunately, it means more rain is in the forecast. the threat of heavier thunderstorms along the cold front. the relief is finally here. >> it was a long week. thanks. turning to ohio and a startling discovery, three
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decomposing bodies found and a man in custody. police are asking why and searching for clues. >> reporter: law enforcement and cadaver dogs. three bodies found layered in plastic and taped up. neighbors in disbelief. all three victims appear to be young, african-american women. a car in the garage where one victim was found led investigators to this man, 35-year-old michael mad son is in custody. he was convicted of attempted rape and a registered sex offender. >> we are protecting the public from him right now. he will receive his due process. he has lot of questions to answer. he owe this is community a lot. >> reporter: investigators think he could be a copy cat mimicking the crimes of anthony sew el.
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>> in a proximity to where he lived. the m.o. was the same. each body wrapped in several plastic bags. he's probably tied to him. >> he was sentenced to death in 2011 for killing 11 women in ohio. the search continues as authorities fear the worst. >> i hope and pray we do not find more bodies. however, we are dealing with a sick individual. we have reason to believe there might be more victims. >> reporter: east cleveland's mayor calls this atrocious. >> we know if he had been out for one more hour, there's no tell whag would have happened. >> reporter: a representative could not be reached. i'm katie myrrhry, reporting. >> troubling story there. the massachusetts police photographer in trouble for leaking these pictures is getting a lot of public support this morning. sergeant steve murphy faces
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disciplinary hearing for photos he took of the surrender to police. he did it to protest rolling stones cover photo which glorifies the bombing suspect. now a face book page called save steve murphy wrapped up 30,000 likes. many comments thanked him and people are glad he leaked the photos. president obama's comments on the zimmerman verdict are resinating this morning. some say it could have been him 35 years ago walking down the street. he called for a controversial stand your ground law and others like it around the country. >> i ask people to consider, if trayvon martin was of age and armed could he have stood his ground on that sidewalk? >> stand the ground law may need to be reviewed by the florida legislature or any other legislature that has passed such legislation. obviously, a lot of things need to come up for review.
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>> there were more rallies this weekend after the verdict. in houston, 1,000 demonstrators demanding justice for trayvon. it remained peaceful with many police present. there were rallies saturday in 100 cities. 100 cities including atlanta, dallas and miami where trayvon martin's father spoke. >> overwhelming. it just goes to show the love and support that our families and friends have for us here in miami and across the country. it sends a message to the nation that we are not going to sit back and let our children be killed and don't say anything about it. >> another deadly weekend on the streets of chicago, police investigating now several shootings since friday that left at least six people dead and more that you know a dozen wounded. more than 200 people killed in the city of chicago this year already. coming up on "early start,"
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investigators are still trying to figure out what went wrong at an amusement park that left a woman dead and whether her safety concerns were ignored. >> reporter: the texas giant starts with a spine tingling drop. this is where witnesses say they saw rosy fall from the wooden roller coaster. carmen brown was next in line to get on the ride when she heard the screams. >> she goes up like this. when it drops to come down, it released and she tumbled. >> reporter: some witnesses told
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media, she told a six flags employee she was worried it had not locked properly. they had to ride out the two minute roller coaster fearing the worst. >> they were screaming when they got back. they were screaming, my mom, my mom, i have to get my mom. >> reporter: they refuse to answer questions on camera. they said we are committed to determining the cause of this tragic accident. it would be a disservice to the family to speculate what transpired. there were just over 1200 ride related injuries in 2011. about 4% of those caused serious physical harm. roller coaster accidents are 20% of the injuries. the parks are loosely regulated and six flags is in charge of conducting the investigation, not an outside independent
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agency. >> whatever organization comes in, whomever comes in, their work is the property of six flags. it will remain the property of six flags because there's nuting in texas or many other state that is make them have to release that information. >> reporter: the texas giant wasn't the only accident. at the cedar point amusement park in ohio were injured when a boat on a ride flipped over. cnn, arlington, texas. >> a tragedy for that family. >> the last thing you worry about when grow to a fun outing like that. >> the family had to stay on the two minute ride. >> torturous. the military may be getting closer to deciding the fate of guantanamo bay. it will help determine if the men will go on to trial or released back to their home countries.
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president obama ordered the review two years ago. a norwegian woman is fighting a prison sentence in dubai after reporting she had been raped. she was sentenced to 16 months in prison for having sex outside of marriage when she reported the incident. she was assaulted by a co-worker on business. she has no regrets about coming forward if it will protect others from a similar fate. cautious optimism at a new round of peace talks will start up in a week or so. secretary of state, john kerry made it his mission to get them to talk. "the new york times" reports kerry wants the former american ambassador to israel to manage the talks. a 6-year-old rescued after being buried for hours in a sand dune could be releaseed from the hospital this week.
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thank higher crude prices for that. president obama will start a campaign style tour to clearly draw the battle lines in upcoming fights on the budget and the debt ceiling. the president will return to knox college wednesday. the president visited knox in 2005 to deliver his first major economic speech on a national stage. we will look for that in the campaign style about the economy and the battle lines he's drawing. the latest on our top story. kate is in the hospital in early labor. we are live outside the hospital. pope francis heads to latin america. he has some hoping he will renew the region's faith. for over 125 years, we've been bringing people together. today, we'd like people to come together on something that concerns all of us. obesity.
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there's news from london this morning. a royal baby is finally on the way. yes, the duchess is in labor. we are live at the hospital. arizona under water. torrential rains drench the phoenix area leaving roads looking like rivers. dramatic rescues all caught on camera. the granny drummer revealed. what we are finding out about this woman who had so many asking, who is that. >> she is fierce. welcome back to "early start." i'm michaela pereira in for john berman. >> i'm christine romans in for
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zoraida sambolin this morning. our top story is kate, the duchess of cambridge. she is in a london hospital in what officials say is early labor. max foster is live with the latest. early labor can mean it's hours from now. who knows. what are we learning this morning. >> it could be hours or days. >> she came into the hospital in early labor suggests she wasn't induced. she wanted to have a natural birth. she came in about five hours ago. we got the formal announcement after that once they did initial checks on her and realized she should stay in. it's all happening. she has a full medical team inside. she has her own royal obstetricians. this is the best of the best here. it's a teaching hospital and a very famous maternity unit. she is getting the best possible
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care. she arrived with william. it's kate, william and the medical team inside. >> just like every other couple, run of the mill, walking into the hospital. this is not run of the mill. this will be the heir to the throne, the third in line. this will be diana's first grandchild. the late diana's first grandchild. people are so keen about the story. >> that was the door where we saw diana with william for the first time. this is the same hospital. those pictures were iconic, have been played out ever since. this is why they are going to show you how much media interest there is here. it's going down the road. the other direction, you have the same, again. we have lots of members of the public now arriving as well. the police put up barriers. eventually, the public will be allowed up to there, i gather.
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a huge amount of police. this is just one location. at buckingham palace, you have a set up there as well. huge interest in this one. >> i can't imagine being a mother in labor with the withhold world watching. unbelievable. okay, max foster, we'll keep checking in with you. >> we are joined by victoria. good morning to you. very early morning. >> yes. >> i was thinking about what max was saying about the things kate wants. how much is about what she wants and how much is dictated by tradition? >> there is a lot of tradition involved. you would be surprised how much william and kate are laying the groundwork saying we appreciate the formality but we are doing things our way. with the wedding, there were so many personal touches. technically, they are. william drove her. he tends to drive them wherever they go. they would have had a car following them with protection.
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over all, they tucked her away. they probably don't have the television on. kate is very good about not tuning into that. william and harry, they read and watch everything. kate doesn't. >> it's interesting, victoria said they probably don't know the sex about the child. they are traditional in that way. this country would have a big shower. they are waiting to find out. >> that's right. i think the general feeling in the uk is there are so few surprises in life, why not have one. there's the added pressure of the fact if they knew, then a slew of people would know. it's better this way. they are very good at keeping secrets. we didn't know kate's wedding dress until she got out of the car. it will be exciting for them. their first child. they don't know the sex of the baby, so we wait. >> the same hospital where both the boys were born. i'm thinking about the contrast
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of those so many years ago. we are in the age of twitter. the great kate wait has been trending on twitter. i imagine it's another place where tradition will change a bit. they will have the easel outside the hospital and the palace announcing the birth of the baby. >> they are keen for the baby to be born during socialable hours. they have to let the queen know first. if it's from 10:30 at night until 8:00 in the morning, the queen will be asleep. nobody can know. >> don't wake up the queen. >> it's what i love about america, if it happened, the sirens would be extra loud. they said this is a future heir to the throne. they are keen to keep a sense of drama. it could be on twitter. it would be an anticlimax. >> pomp and ciance.
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>> the police escort and the easel then we all find out. >> we will be talking to you again over the hours and days, i'm sure. thank you so much. zain is outside buckingham palace this morning. what is the latest there? >> hi, guys. everybody everyone is excited behind me. all the crowds are gathering and people taking photographs. this is going to be a big day if the baby is born today. people are enthusiastic about it. a little before 6:00 a.m. local a low key convoy that pulled up to st. mary's hospital in london. she went into the wing to have the baby. we're hearing from the palace, the labor is progressing normally. guys, that's pretty much all we are going to hear. the next piece of detailed news we will get is that the baby is born. we continue that great kate wait for just a little bit longer. i have to wait a little bit
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longer to open this nice, pretty chilled bottle of champaign. >> the labor is progressing normally, which means it could be going slowly, taking a long time. she's watching television. will is tapping his foot. >> very good point. >> it could take a long time. >> you better have an ice bucket for that bottle of champaign. it could get warm. warm champaign, not good. >> reporter: it's supposed to be the hottest day in london. it would be fantastic if the baby is born on a day london never sees or i could be born tomorrow in which case we are having pouring rain. if the baby is born today, i don't know how interested in atrolg you are. if it's born today, a cancer, tomorrow a leo. check the horoscopes. let's talk weather. the valley of the sun. swamped by monsoonal rains.
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two inches falling in the phoenix area sunday. all that rain led to treacherous flash flooding and turned roadways into water ways, stranding drivers. some of the worst flooding was reported in a patchy junction, arizona. >> look at that car. >> rain buried roads carried vehicles along like boats. the terrain there can't absorb it the same way. they are not used to that. the heat wave is subsiding. severe weather is still impacting many areas. indra petersons, you have been a busy lady. >> it's unbelievable. a lot of people asking what are the monsoonal rains we are talking ability. typically the weather goes west to east. during the summertime, the moisture pulls into the gulf and see see it move from the east. we are dealing with heavy thunderstorms. it brings relief for firefighters on the other side.
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they really can't handle that rain, that ground isn't meant for it. we are talking the threat of floods over the next several days. we went from dry heat to flash flooding. talk about a weather pattern change. heavy rain in the northeast. some of these places, leesburg, ohio, 3.69 inches. it's really the story here. it does have one piece of good news here, relief. cooler temperatures. average temperatures we should be seeing this time of year in the forecast. new york 80. better than the 105 and 110 we were looking at last week. the low pressure is to the north. warm front and cold front pulling off that. all the moisture coming from the gulf is going to be with us. it means we are talking scattered thunderstorms. so, with that, yes, some of the areas will see heavier showers. where we see the heavier thunderstorms is hard to
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predict. one to two inches of rain. mostly expected along the cold fronlt. green bay down to kansas city. that's what we are watching for. i am much happier with scattered showers in the forecast than 105 and 110. >> breaking the heat was key. >> it makes such a difference. >> huge. i'll tell you firsthand. >> pope francis heading for brazil to oversee the world youth day celebrations. this is his first overseas trip. he is the first latin american pope returning to his home region at a time when the church there is losing parishioners. he's expected to go in an open top vehicle and visit a shantytown and focus on service to the poor. significant trip, for sure. coming up, kathryn jackson taking the stand. breaking down in court telling
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good morning. welcome back to "early start" this monday morning. the congressman caught tweeting a young model, he thought she was his young daughter. new day told you a dna test showed she wasn't. he's breaking his silence and he talked with our dana bash. >> reporter: how did it feel when you found out the woman you thought was your daughter was not? >> i was totally stunned. when i took the dna tests, i did it to satisfy her need. she said she didn't know who her biological father was. i thought it was protungtry.
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i felt confident that i was the father. when i found out i wasn't, i was floored. >> how did you initially think she was your daughter? did you get a phone call from the mom? >> no, i thought about the mother. she had a biowritten up on her web page. she had a daughter born on the 22nd of april in '0u8. it's when we were together. >> this was not meant to be public. it was because you sent a tweet during the state of the union professing your love for her and you said wait a minute, it's my daughter. talk about what this has been like to be in the public arena. >> it's not comfortable. it's a personal issue. >> is there concern now about the fact that she has had these three years thinking, going from thinking one man is her father to another and back to him and the emotional roller coaster? >> we have both been on a roller
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coaster. i would like to think the experience she had was good for me. going to the white house, to the christmas party. >> you are not her father, what is your relationship? >> we still communicate. i still care about her greatly. i think she cares about me. i hope and plan to have a relationship. i think of her still as my daughter. >> an interesting story for sure. one we have been watching. >> i can't believe that story. every twist is more -- >> exactly. >> unbelievable. >> word just into cnn. we told you about the 24-year-old woman convicted in dubai of having sex outside marriage when she was raped. she says she was assaulted by a co-worker while on business. she was sentenced to 16 months in prison. it's not clear now that she's been pardoned if she's going to
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stay in dubai or leave. michael jackson's mother will be back on the witness stand when the trial resumes this morning. she faces more cross-examination from lawyers for aeg live. she became tired and confused on friday. aeg is liable for her sons death is the claim. here is a story with a happy ending. a man had to be rescued in hawaii when the boat capsized. guess what caused it? a 230 pound tuna. it grabbed on to a fishing line, pulled hard, and pulled him into the water. his leg was caught on the line. lucky, he was able to shake himself free. when rescuers got there, he was sitting on the boat. the tuna is still on the line. they got to keep the fish as thank you for their help in
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saving him. >> i lost my boat, but kept the fish. >> my thought is, we'll bring in "new day" anchorman chris cuomo. don't fish for a fish that is bigger than your boat. >> you always want the biggest fish. how lucky he was the fish stayed on the boat. and that he lived. >> and he survived. >> he was tied up in the line. that's an element of drama. >> i don't have a taste for tuna anymore. >> kate, are you excited about today? >> who isn't, is my question. >> what's today? is it your birthday? >> it's not my birthday. it's going to be someone's birthday. >> maybe tomorrow. >> true. >> the first baby can be a real -- >> i woke up in sympathy labor pains i was so excited. it was ridiculous. >> could have been gas, just so
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you know. the baby -- she's in the lindo wing of the hospital. i am a little less urgent. having been through this three times, she went in there this morning, seems to be a very intentional entrance into the hospital. could mean we are some hours away. we don't know much detail about her birthing plan, if this is an inducti induction, if they are going to induce. i'm in the father mode. very calm. >> letting it happen. >> we are happy she's there. we have 1,500 or 1,600 people live. >> we are going to be all over it as we should be. it's fun to cover, fun, happy events. >> i was going to say that, but not as well. it is nice to have something that will definitely shed joy and has significance to the culture. what else do we have? >> headlines over the weekend, dualing protests between supporters of george zimmerman
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and those angered by the acquittal. now the focus is shifting to stand your ground laws. especially one in florida and others around the country. some are asking if it's time to review and change the laws. >> there was a trend in states moving away from them. we are going to take it on. we are going to have a debate on the show today with people with different takes on this. >> i'm looking forward to that. >> showing what the range of discussion is on it. we are going to talk about two political comebacks. you see them on your screen there. eliot spitzer and mr. anthony weiner. we know their back stories. we are going to look at how they are approaching their comebacks and look at their wives roles. there are different takes. >> different approaches to the comebacks. how the wife plays when there's a scandal around a politician. it's something everyone watches and the roles the wives have in
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crumbling, phil put his foot on the gas and never looked back. he was gutted emotionally and beaten down at the u.s. open. to go from that moment to this moment is incredible. at the age of 43, he finally wins his first british open championship. >> i played some of the best golf in my career. to make it more special to have amy, amanda, sofia and evan here to share this moment, it really is special. it's a day i'll always cherish and always remember. >> yankee fans are going to have to wait longer for the 2013 big league debut of alex rodriguez. he was on schedule to rejoin his team tonight. there's been a snag in the plan. he strained his quad muscle. he has to sit out seven to ten more games. he just rehabbed from hip
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surgery. he hasn't played a major league game yet this year. they are hoping he will be back in one to two weeks. it's been an interesting off season and season, if you want to call it that. >> yeah, the a-rod drama continues. >> thanks, joe. we'll be right back. vietnam in 1972. [ all ] fort benning, georgia in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve military members, veterans, and their families is without equal. begin your legacy, get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve.
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i don't do any cleaning. i make dirt. ♪ i'm not big enough or strong enough for this. there should be some way to make it easier. [ doorbell rings ] [ morty ] here's a box, babe. open it up. oh my goodness! what is a wetjet?
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some kind of a mopping device. there's a lot of dirt on here. morty, look at how easy it is. it's almost like dancing. [ both humming ] this is called the swiffer dance.
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it's 5:59 in the east. it's "new day" now. >> good morning. >> good to see you. you have to go. it's the top of the hour and that means it's time for the top news.
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breaking news, the duchess of cambridge in labor. kate is in labor at this hour as the nation waits for the biggest birth in decades. we have the story covered like no one else. daring rescue. the city emerged from monsoon flooding. drivers are plucked from their cars by helicopters, all caught on tape. copy cat killer? a man in custody and they are looking for more victims. we are live with the this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "new day." it's monday, july 22nd. 6:00 in the east. i'm chris cuomo. >> happy monday. i'm kate bolduan. we're joined by news anchor michaela pereira. a lot going on including this. the moment has arrived.
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the moment so many have been waiting for, us included. let's take a look at some live pictures of st. mary's hospital in london. duchess of cambridge or kate as so many call her affectionately is inside at this very moment in labor, in the early stages of labor. the royal baby announcement could come at any moment. >> we are all over it. we have a team of reporters, royal watchers, all here to walk us through these key moments. when, how, what we find out about the birth. there are all these procedures and processes and guessing. it's going to be great. what is prince william's role in the birth? we'll go through that. why will this baby be so much different than those before? we're going to really give you everything we can this morning. >> and you're excited about it. >> i am. this is my birthing suit. >> excellent. of course, we have so much other news going on we'll be covering. details on that horrible accident on a six flakgs roller coaster. left a mother did. the pope making h


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