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torrential downstorms, deadly flooding, extreme weather gripping the nation. what you need to know. deadly clashes. egypt erupting in chaos as the muslim brotherhood marches and ignoring warnings. campaign kay owes. anthony weiner vows to stay in the race as his top staffer says, count me out. good morning. welcome in to "early start." i'm still john berman. it is monday, july 29th.
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it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. it is very early. >> good to be back. first, paradise interrupted. hawaii bracing for impact from tropical storm flossie. watches and warnings are in and around the island. record rainfall, nearly 8 inches in the philadelphia area on sunday. look at that. that's a lot of water. and heavy rains in the carolinas as well-being blamed for two deaths. andrew petersons has been very busy. >> first we'll take you outside and give you the latest update on flossie. the tropical storm making its way to the island. you can see the storm dissipate. it's moving to the west at 17 miles per hour. it has actually sped up a little bit. steady winds 50 miles per hour leading it at that tropical storm strength. let's talk about the track.
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where is flossie going? heading for the big island. their time, 8:00 in the morning. 10:00 in the morning, hawaiian time. heavy rain. 6 to 10 inches of rain even possible, even 15 inches of rain in areas where we see stronger winds. thereafter we'll see the track make its way through maui and through oahu. still in the line of the path there. that's just under tropical storm watch and we'll see that upgraded. westerly motion. the good news, it will remain a tropical storm. fun facts. it's very rare for a hurricane to be found in hawaii. the last tropical storm alone was omeka in 2010. last hurricane, 1992. definitely good news. hurricane flossie, there have one in 1997 in hawaii. the other thing everybody was
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talking about is dorian. we expected this guy to break apart and he did. it ripped apart what was left of dorian. no longer is it being called dorian. 50% chance it could be developed. likely to rip apart. that will not be lasting. that is the good news at least in the atlantic. then we showed you the rain. unbelievable amounts of rain in philly last night, 8.02 inches of rain. that is breaking the record all time for one 12-hour period. that is exactly what they saw yesterday. for july, 13 inches of rain for the month, also a record. it was impressive. the storm has pushed on through. plenty of flooding in the area. here is the low. something should be drying out. not only the northeast but also in the southeast. scattered showers are possible. 4 to 6 inches of rain in north carolina on saturday. unbelievable storms kicked through the area also in
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arizona. they saw heavy flooding out there. where is the flood rushing? it's got to be somewhere. kansas spreading into missouri. heavy rain possible. two to four inches of rain there. that matches up with our severe weather threat. matching up in the panhandle of texas. through kansas. flooding tlehreat with that as well. >> one busy day? >> yeah, unbelievable. >> you'll keep on it. thanks. to egypt now. violence that's turned that country into a political tinder box. 72 people were killed this weekend in clashes between government troops and supporters of the muslim brotherhood. that as the interim president is calling for calm and taking steps that could point to a state of emergency. reza is in cairo for us this morning. reza. >> reporter: mckayla, there is growing fear in egypt that we're getting closer to a very dangerous and explosive stage.
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what you have here is a political conflict where both sides are in a deadlock. on one side you have the military backed interim government. on the other side you have the supporters of the ousted president, muhammad and the muslim brotherhood. you see the rhetoric racheting up. 70 people were killed over the weekend. hundreds killed in what was the deadliest day dating back to the january revolution. a lot of people killed were shot by security forces. you get the sense that something has to give. there has to be a turning point coming soon. many fear the turning point could be an aggressive crackdown by authorities against the major sit in, a major demonstration by morsi supporters. over the weekend the interim president called on protesters to come home. the interior minister used sharper words. he said a cleanup is coming. if that cleanup operation
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happens, that means security forces will have to move a demonstration that has evolved into a small town. we were there yesterday. there are tens of thousands of people, families, women and children, who say we're not leaving until this divorcee is reinstated. if this cleanup operation happens, it will come with some bloodshed. a lot of concern in egypt about what's coming. >> a pivotal time. reza, thank for the report. a lot of news in that region. back to the negotiating table in washington for israel and the palestinians. negotiations set to take place qbes. they're talking over a possible path to peace. this comes a day after the israeli government agreed to release 100 prisoners. benjamin netanyahu called this a tough decision that had to be made. 79 counts of reckless
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homicide. authorities still trying to determine if the train was traveling too fast when it flew off the tracks and into a concrete wall in santiago de compos compostela. it was the driver's fast. he's been granted conditional release. to italy in a horrific bus crash. 38 people have died including children. they were returning from a pilgrimage to a catholic shrine. the bus fell almost 100 feet into a heavily wooded area. it is not clear what caused this accident, but police say the bus did hit nearly a dozen cars before it flew off that bridge. back here state side, anthony weiner staying in the race to be new york's mayor despite the defection of his campaign manager. danny chattham quit after submissions he continued having
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jo online sex chats. more volunteers are joining. a big name is joining the chorus call for san diego's mayor to resign. dianne feinstein tells the state of the union, bob filner should step aside for the good of the city. >> it's a very tough job and i don't think that somebody who is lacking a moral compass really sets a role model or will provide a leadership that san diagans want. >> he should make it easier and resign? >> that's right. >> a group has set a 5:00 p.m. deadline for fillner to step
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down he said next week he'll start intensive therapy. dr. robert front is accused of failing poisoning his neurologist's wife with cyanide. he was picked up in west virginia thursday. his lawyer says he was on his way to turn himself in when police stopped him and that he is anxious to defend himself. wow, near riot in huntington beach, california, after a surfing competition came to an end. the crowd rampaging through the streets breaking windows until police could get things under control. apparently this was the result of a fist fight that escalated. >> they were tipping port-a-potties. they were throwing tear gas and they were dodging into stores and everyone was running down main street. >> there are no reports of
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injuries but at least eight people have been arrested along with damaged stores. for a surfing competition, this is not rad at all. >> not at all. moving on to our next story. parents of 6-year-old nathan wasner, they say he is living proof that miracles do happen. they attended church for the first time since his near death experience two weeks ago. he was buried in 11 feet of sand for nearly 4 hours at the indiana dunes lake shore. the boy's mother said they feared the worst as rescuers frantically searched for their son. >> i remember that paramedic coming in and, he said, he's alive. and i don't remember anything he said after that. those were the sweetest words i ever heard. >> they expect him to make a
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full recovery. he was healthy and 100% at church service. >> so lucky. coming up this morning, new developments in a tragic story. a boat crash leaves a bride-to-be dead and her soon to be husband injured. another person is dead. cio, see what i did. >> throwing the language out left and right. this is exciting. >> i barely speak english. you're speaking 12 languages. of sugars. i'll believe it when i--- [ both ] oooooh... what's shakin'? [ female announcer ] as you get older, protein is an important part of staying active and strong. ensure high protein... fifty percent of your daily value of protein. low fat and five grams of sugars. see? he's a good egg.
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authorities in new york said they found the body to be a man of a best man at a wedding. a tragic boating accident killed the bride-to-be. >> reporter: the investigation into friday's boat accident will now focus on a time line. what happened and when. >> what we're going to do is we're going to bring in an accident reconstruction team. >> reporter: authorities say the driver of the boat, also a friend of the couple, was intoxicated charged with vehicular manslaughter and vehicular assault. investigators are looking into claims the barge that the boat hit did not have proper lighting. >> you put an immovable object that's dark in the path of recreational boaters, you have a recipe for disaster. >> reporter: lindsay stewart and brian bond were planning to marry on august 10th.
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they decided to take a boat ride friday night up the hudson river. their boat hit a construction barge. 30-year-old stewart and best man mark lennon were killed. >> i'm the big brother but his heart was a lot bigger than mine. he's -- he's -- he was my rock. >> reporter: bond, the groom, and four others including the boat's driver, suffered serious injuries. >> they seemed very smitten with one another and very much in love. >> reporter: at the home they shared, a make shift memorial. lindsey stewart's family told cnn, pray for our loss. >> she's supposed to be married two weeks from today. it's just -- >> reporter: a tragic ending to what was supposed to be a great night on the eve of a wedding. >> remember than have a joyful wedding there will be waking. >> reporter: alina cho, cnn, piermont, new york. some incredible pictures now
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are here from las vegas. that is a bus on its side in about six feet of water. the driver apparently tried to make it across 100 feet wide creek bed that had turned raging. the power of the water swept the bus 300 feet downstream. there were tourists on board returning to las vegas after a visit to the grand canyon. they were able to scramble out the windows. no injuries were reported. the local sheriff calls trying to drive across that wash the most silly thing he's seen. the death of a pastor, his pregnant wife and another member who were killed in a weekend bus crash. more than 2 dozen people were injured and eight are hospitalized. the bus was returning to the church after a trip to a camp in michigan. the brakes apparently failed as the bus driver tried to make a
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turn. a helicopter crash in pennsylvania has left five people dead including a child. authorities say the chopper was en route from binghamton to an airport near allentown when it went down in bad weather. they found it in a wooded area not far from scranton. the ntsb is ending. a spectacular end for the pope's first mass overseas holding mass on a copacabana beach for 3 million people. >> reporter: the biggest crowds to date for the grand finale for pope francis' trip to brazil for world youth day. he led mass right behind me on a stage on copacabana beach. more than 3 million people turned out. many of them spent the night here lined up in sleeping bags along the beach, along the road, along the route that they expected him to take here. when he passed by in his pope mobile the crowds went crazy trying to hold him babies. one pilgrim managed to hand him
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the cup of tea. he took a sip from the silver straw. when he reached the stage he also sent a message to young people repeating a theme that we've heard throughout, and that to the people. take the message- don't wait until you have time. you are the messengers of the church. go out and be missionaries. now after the big event here pope francis didn't stop, he went on to meet with latin american bishops, more of a stern message for them, telling them to really reflect on what they're doing, whether it benefits the institution of the church or whether it benefits the people of god. finally, a meeting with volunteers and then back to rome. shasta darlington, cnn, rio de janeiro. all right. coming up, bankruptcy usually means cutting back. spending only on the essentials, right, mr. berman? >> exactly. why does detroit still plan to build a new hockey arena with
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good morning, new york. wow, it actually is a really great little picture there. >> george washington bridge. >> it is. it seems bright out. i feel like everybody should be up in the city. do you think they are? >> i hope everyone else is. we are. why isn't everybody else? >> christine romans is here. >> everyone watching us is through the second mile on the treadmill and they're ready to
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move onto the next thing. good morning, everyone. welcome back, berman. >> good morning. >> stocks closed below record highs. wall street is waiting on big economic data this week. pending home sales in june, that's this morning at 10:00 a.m. nothing is more important than the data on jobs. how many and how well they pay. the big jobs report comes on friday. 175,000 net new jobs are expected in july. congress is expected to pull back if the economy improves. congress will be watching this. president obama says income inequality is dragging us down. he said growth will be slower. unemployment will not go down as fast as it should. inequality will continue to rise. the president is stressing that washington should encourage growth instead of belt tightening. he has narrowed his choice for the next fed chairman to replace ben bernanke.
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that will be the most important job in washington. there's fierce, fierce debate about who might be the front-runner for that. watch this debate. detroit is going bankrupt but won't derail plans for a new hockey arena for detroit. the stadium will bring jobs and critics say this is a bad use of funds. police take about an hour to respond to calls to detroit. 40% of the street lights are shut off to save money. huge debate about whether to go ahead with a big hockey stadium when you're in such dire straits financially. also, huge advertising merger. you'll hear a lot more about that. two ad giants. omnicon group and publicist. this combined agency will have a stock market value will have a combined value of 35 billion.
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like it's right out of a movie, a brazen jewelry heist. robbers snatch an estimated $53 million in jewelry. tragedy on a hudson. a body recovered and a suspect in custody. what caused this horrific crash. private lunch for two. the president and the former secretary of state have a lunch date. could campaign 2016 be on the menu? >> it is best served medium rare. >> yes. welcome back to early start. i'm john berman. >> and i'm mckayla pererria. an incredible story to tell you about a robbery that's worthy of the silver screen. >> reporter: in a brazen move straight out of a caper movie, an armed robber walked into a
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jewelry exhibition and walked out with millions of stolen jules. it's estimated at $50 million. it happened at 11:30 in the morning. the robber pulled out a gun and threatened to shoot the exhibitors and the people admiring the display. security guards why on scene during the robbery but unarmed. no one was fortunately unarmed. this is not the first time that the carlton hotel has been targeted by themes. back in may robbers made offer with $4 million worth of jewelry. the hotel is not just a real life crime scene. it was the setting for a 1955 alfred hitchcock movie, "to catch a thief." something please in caans have been unable to do. a second victim has been
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apparently found after a tragic boating accident. a jet skier spotted what's believed to be the body of mark lennon, the best man to be, who was thrown from a power boat friday night. he was part of a wedding party on that boat trip. also killed, the bride-to-be. the fiance was injured. they were set to be married in two weeks. the driver of the boat was charged with vehicular manslaughter and assault. police believe he was intoxicated. he's staying in. anthony weiner is staying in but his campaign manager has left. his campaign manager was credited with getting him to pull into the lead. in italy 38 people are dead after a bus fell off a bridge and into a wooded area near naples. it was carrying pilgrims returning there a trip from a
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catholic shrine. the bus hit 11 cars before going over the edge. some of the dead are said to be children. calls for calm in egypt this morning after a violent and deadly weekend left some 72 people dead. they are urging supporters of deposed leader to stop their boat incitement and hateful speech that is endangering the country. he's warning the government will take action. now they're taking steps that could hint at a state of emergency. it will give them powers. edward snowden is no closer to getting out of a moscow airport. no word when he might receive a certificate from the russian government giving him the freedom to pass through customs. that as the journalist who first wrote about snowden is promising more revelations. glenn greenwald says he will soon publish new information
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about the nsa spying program including evidence that the nsa allows low level contractors access to detailed phone and e-mail records without approval. they were rivals, then colleagues. today they will be dining companions. president obama and former secretary of state hillary clinton will share a noontime private lunch at the house. no press will be present. it's not clear what they might talk about though it's always possible the 2016 presidential race could come up. >> pass the salt and the baton. that might be the issue there. from the east coast to hawaii, there is extreme weather to tell you about. the philadelphia area is drying out after more than 8 inches of rain fell sunday. that is a record. heavy rains in the carolinas are being blamed for two deaths there and hawaii, meanwhile, is bracing for tropical storm flossie. andrew peterson is tracking all of this for us. >> this is the big one. >> unbelievable how much is going on. we'll start with flossie. you can tell how much it's
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weakened. it's winding down and tearing apart cooler water and sheer which is winds at different speeds. 50-mile-per-hour winds. it's moving west at 17 miles per hour. the latest track has moved a little bit farther to the south. it's actually sped up as a result of that wind speed as well or moving westerly at 17 miles per hour. the timing of it still expected to hit as the tropical storm on the big island. looks for them, 10 a.m. kauai time. anywhere from 6 to 10 inches of rain. 15 inches of rain when we see the winds out of the south. winds are holing together enough that they could see 4 to 6 inches of rain. we're still seeing tropical storm warnings and eventually kauai will get into the storm. on the opposite side on the atlantic ocean, we had dorian,
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now we're seeing remnants. we saw a lot of sheer. currently, still about a 50% chance even though we're not seeing a circulation. 50% chance we could see it redeveloped. conditions not favorable. we're not concerned about dorian or the remnants. philadelphia, that is the news breaker. 8.02 inches of rain yesterday. it was unbelievable. this is the most rain they've seen any day of the year any one day. unbelievable for july. 13 inches of rain for the month. philly, a lot of flooding. all things to low. the lull is pushing off shore. they are going to get a break. the southeast getting a break. heavy heavy rain in north carolina on saturday. that, too, pushing off shore. we are watching this low back here entering towards the midwest and into the plains. we're looking for that heaviest rainfall today from wichita up through kansas city. two to four inches of rain possible there.
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flooding concerns will be high in that area. that was all the bad news. i want to end on a good note. let's have some good weather. 20 degrees below normal around the great lakes. dry in the northeast. dry in the southeast. a little bit of scattered showers. i have to end with something positive. >> i kneeneed a drink there. >> so i recally in the morning. out in public, one of the cleveland three seen smiling and waiving just a day after her cap tore pleaded guilty. >> that is wonderful. newly discovered. never before seen footage of jfk. look at that. the whole family as you've never seen them before. that's coming up straight ahead. ♪
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detroit will not be getting a federal bailout. jack lew says he's happy to provide advice to the motor city
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but detroit should not expect washington to help pay off creditors. he called the 2009 bailout of the auto industry unique and something he hopes never has to happen again. applauds from the congregation for rick warren and his wife back on the pulpit for the first time in nearly four months following their son's suicide. preaching at a saddle back church in orange county, california, warren says his new fight is fighting the stig na of mental illness. >> it's amazing to me that any other organ can break down and there's no shame but if your brain breaks down you're supposed to keep it a stigma. diabetes, no problem. heart disease, no problem. your lungs, no problem. break a bone, break a back, liver stops working, no stigma, but if your brain doesn't work right, why should you be ashamed of that? >> warren's son matthew killed himself in april after
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struggling many, many years with depression. warren says he plans to spend the next six weeks talking about his grief. a surprise guest as a weekend concert festival. that right there, you see her? >> sunglasses. >> there she is in the sunglasses, amanda berry in the sunglasses. one of the three women held for years inside a cleveland house. that is wonderful. she's making her first public appearance since being freed in may. she waived, smiled, she didn't say anything though, that's fine. it was great to see her out there. her appearance came the day after her captor, ariel cast stroh, pleaded guilty to nearly 1,000 counts. it will send him to prison for life with no chance of parole. in mexico, some unlikely students are learning journalism. sex workers are tired of the way they're portrayed in the media. a journalist is teaching them how to tell their own stories. the goal is to eventually
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compile a book. this may be the very definition of poetic justice. $18.6 million is awarded to an oregon woman who is trying to get equifax to correct her credit report. it had a wrong social security number and wrong birthday. they're expected to appeal this judgment. how about this, never before seen video of president kennedy with his family during a cape cod vacation 50 years ago this weekend. the president can be seen golfing, sunbathing, relaxing with the first lady, their young children. it's 15 minutes of silent archival footage that's been released by the kennedy presidential library museum. it took place four months before his death in november 1963. >> look at that scene there. playing with the kid. >> on the boat, relaxes.
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>> camelot. from one camelot to another camelot. let's see what's coming up on "new day." >> the new camelot. >> i didn't say that. >> j.b. back in the saddle looking good there. of course, it could be the resplendent reflective beauty of mckayla. >> flattery gets you everywhere. >> back on balance. they complimented, we complimented. >> a lot of news to watch from around the world this morning. two major developments. one in egypt and then just the general mid east peace situation. egypt is on high alert. why? pro morsi supporters. he was democratically elected and taken out by the military. they have a sit in protest going on. they've been warned to stop it. then unusual, promising, questionable high level peace talks between palestine and israel. a lot of meetings here in washington. christiana amanpour is speaking
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to both sides. back at home, a look at the 6-year-old boy who survived being caught and buried under a sand do you know for hours. we'll hear from his parents about his miraculous recovery. they're speaking out for the first time. >> still amazing that -- >> 11 feet of sand. >> right. as bad as it was, that somehow the conditions conspired for this kid to survive hours in what seemed like an oxygen free environment. >> we have one that's a head scratcher. that's jason patric. that's his son in his arms. a law in california that puts unmarried fathers who use ivf, in vitro fertilization, at risk of not being considered dads under the law. jason patric's caught up into it with his girlfriend danielle.
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>> that is crazy. >> it could have a lot of ramifications for not just people like him, but same-sex couples, etc. >> absolutely. this is a thicket. these modern families needs some sophistication. the law can be a tricky things. sometimes what it gives it can take away with unintended consequences. >> hear his side of the story. what a comeback. in his first day at bat on the first pitch, the yankee captain goes yard, however, the yankees are not in first place, by the way. we will tell you who is. the bleacher report next. >> comes back in dramatic fashion. s earns unlimited rewars for his small business. can i get the smith contract, please? thank you. that's three new paper shredders. [ boris ] put 'em on my spark card. [ garth ] boris' small business earns 2% cash back on every purchase every day. great businesses deserve unlimited rewards.
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can say this. it is great to see derek jeter back. he made his return in style
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yesterday against the rays. andy shields joins us with more now in this morning's bleacher report. great to see you, andy. >> welcome back, john. jeter's first return from the dl didn't go well. jeter received a standing ovation as he came to the plate in the bottom of the first inning. and then the very first pitch he sees from matt moore, gone. solo home run. this is the yankees first home run since the all-star brake. bottom of the ninth, alfonso soriano wins the game. yankees avoid the sweep. jeter happy to be back to contribute. >> first of anything is difficult to get. first hit, first home run, first rbi, first game is difficult for me, but it feels great to contribute. more importantly, we won. i wouldn't feel good if we lost this game. lineup's next on bleacher
2:51 am dodgers and reds tied at 0 in the 11th inning when rookie sensation puig launches this. it was the first walk-off home run. sliding it into the home plate for an attack. u.s. men's soccer team in panama. the game was scoreless in the 69th minute. on the cross, landon donovan but brett shea is right there to bury it into the back of the net. that goal would be enough as the u.s. defeats panama 1-0. they won their first gold cup. they've won 11 straight games. there are times when sports takes a back seat to family and hunter mayhan proved that. he was leading the canadian open. he withdrew to the tournament to go back to dallas because she went into labor. his wife candy gave birth sunday
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morning. he tweeted what a whirlwind of a day. i'm happy to announce the birth of my daughter, zoe owe lif yeah mahan born at 3:26 a.m. both baby and mom are doing great. thanks to all my sponsors who appreciate what's important in life and all my fans for being awesome. john, the winner of the canadian open got over $1 million but, hey, can't pass up the birth of your child. >> brett sen neck kerr thanked the mahan baby for the ability to win the tournament. that's awfully nice. great to see you. >> we'll be right back.
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. welcome back, everyone. about 4 minutes before the hour. taking a look at the top cnn trends on the web. "wolverine" took no prisoners at the box office. it took in $55 million, but are movie goers suffering from mutant fatigue? the hugh jackman film earned less than early projections at far below the money earlier films earned. "despecificable me ii" earned 30 million. a new mini series about the life of hillary clinton is in the works. it could hit the air waves before the 2016 presidential election. nbc's entertainment chief is saying it's the kind of program that will bring in viewers. diane lane will star as the former first lady.
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no word yet on who will play former president bill clinton or when this will air. nbc says they will think carefully about the timing. could this be the cnn of music? shaun combs, aka p. diddy is talking up his show. it's aimed at millennials. talking to tv krid particulars combs said i'm here to be the new number one name in music. i would love to be humbled to be compared to cnn or espn. he said if cable viewers had to choose they would keep cnn because it is where you go for news. despite those comments, let me say to diddy, if you try an early morning news show, i will crush it. to check out other cnn trends head to that is all for "early start."
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time for "new day." >> i don't know if that's one man you want to take on, berman. >> that's all right. we're here. >> all i heard was j.b. say, crush it. >> that's all that matters. >> look at his face. >> that's good. >> that's no joke. i'm going to get out of here. >> i'm scared. >> luckily it's almost the top of the hour. you know what that means on "new day," time for the top news. i have personally never been on anything quite this difficult before. >> wild weather coast to coast. flash floods cripple the nation. hail in vegas. even trouble in paradise. hawaii getting its worst storm in 20 years. breaking overnight. dozens killed as a tour bus crashes in italy. in the u.s. another bus crash killing a church group, three are dead and many injured. to catch a thief, more than
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$50 million stolen in caans. the man hunt is on this morning. >> your "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and mckayla we have a lot of news this morning, including hope and fear in the middle east, all happening at the same time. hope as the u.s. gets israel and the palestinians back to the negotiating table today. the first time they've agreed to talks in three years. but also fear, as violence erupts in egypt. more than 70 people dead, and we're going to get into all of that with our reporters as well as christiane amanpour. >> what a story we've had unfolding the last few days. we're going to bring you details
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about a horrible boating accident destroyed a family in the making. a groom left without his bride to be and his best man. now the driver of the boat facing criminal charges. we'll tell you why. and check this out. this is russian president vladimir putin. here he is kissing a giant fish and giving it a big old wet kiss. the controversy and debate this morning, is the kremlin lying about how big the fish truly is. >> the kiss isn't controversial. >> just the fish tale aspect of it. we'll get to all of that. first, devastating weather creating chaos in every corner of the country. at this moment, tropical storm flossie is bearing down on hawaii. further east, recovering from record shattering rainfall in philadelphia, while flash floods in carolina have turned deadly. adra petersons is tracking it all.


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