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good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm ana cabrera. i'm victor blackwell. 6:00 on the east coast. glad to have you this morning. we've got a lot coming up. it is called snuggle house and it could be big business in madison, wisconsin. >> yeah, but officials want to make sure there's for funny business going on there before they give the green light. snuggle house. visitors get to pay $60 to cutle with. >> if you're confused, we are, quite frankly. stay tuned. we'll tell what you this is. why it's causing such a controversy. that's 6:35 this morning. >> do you get sheets on the bed? >> yeah. hey, we want to start this morning with the search for the two convicted killers on the run
in florida. prison officials say two inmates sentenced to life, charles walker, joseph jenkins, they gain their freedom by gaming the system. they used fake release paper that includes a forged signature from the judge. and the men played the dupe so well, they even went back to the jail to register as felons after they got out. here cnn's nick valencia. >> there have been tips being received in terms of legitimate spottings. >> reporter: how did joseph jenkins and charles walker dupe the system? that's a question no one seems to be able to answer and a mistake no one wants own. >> so i'm not here to point fingers on anyone. there will be plenty of that to go around, i'm sure. >> reporter: in between the fingers of ejang gentleman liev.
>> we feel shocked and frightened that the system did let us down for letting the murderer go free. i understand that the state attorney -- the state attorney and the judge had nothing to do with it but somebody, i don't know, it was an inside job besides -- i don't think charles did this. whoever did it helped them, i do believe that. they had to help him. >> and this is somewhat ingenious. >> reporter: it was the fake signature of belvin perry that ordered the release of walker and jenkins. the high profile judge says he's not entirely surprised. >> people, particularly people with criminal minds, come up with ingenious ways to beat the system. they have nothing but time on their hands. to think of things. >> reporter: the department of corrections which allowed the
release said it was only following procedures and was, quote, not at fault. we don't have the statute or authority to question the court's decision, a spokeswoman said, this will be a lesson learned for all involved. the florida department of corrections has since had changes for early releases. they tell cnn, they require verification from the sentencing judge before any other inmates are released early. nick valencia, cnn, tallahassee, florida. 22 days, that's how long a mother and father has been search for their teenage son. avonta a contain dough has autism. on thursday, avonta's mother tells cnn they believes her son is still alive and that someone is probably holding him. she also spoke about her heart
wrenching search. >> there's a lot of people out here. a lot of people feel my pain, a lot of mothers, a lot of families that have autistic children, it could happen to them. >> although the extensive search continues this weekend, the police for the first time have brought in the assistance of adav cadaver dogs. police say vivian fossberg faces charges after a video surfaced of her beating two boys. her daughter guadalupe shaw is accused of felony stalking in the suicide of 12-year-old rebecca sedwick who killed herself in september after reportedly months of online bullying. >> two communities and two committees in the republican-controlled house are demanding answers about the obama care enrollment website. healthcare.gov and state-run
sites have been riddled with glitches. officials concur they have officially taken down the website during the overnight hours to work on the bugs. among other things the problems may also delay the launch of the spanish/english version of the website. >> some are even suggesting that kathleen sebelius resign over those gives. the white house said that's not going to happen. cnn's brianna keilar is joining us. >> reporter: ana and victor initially the white house tried to put a positive spin on this is aing the problems with healthcare.gov very much stemmed from the fact that so many people were going to the website. an independent analysis, however, shows just 1% of people who attempted to register at healthcare.gov, the federal exchange, were able to sign up for obama care. now there's a realization that really have been structural problems, something we head
president obama are very candid about this week. >> i am the first to acknowledge that the website that was supposed to voluntary done this in a seamless way has had way more glitches than i think are acceptable. and we've got people work around the block to do that. and we've seen significant progress, until it's 100%, i'm not satisfied. >> reporter: president obama said they are working around the clock to fix the website. we saw president obama at the beginning of the month do a couple of high-profile events, he may have to do something like that again. and then he raised the question about this penalty that kicks in if you haven't signed up for insurance by the end of march. some are wondering if perhaps that penalty could be delayed. ana and victor. >> conversation that will be going on. brianna keilar, thanks. >> so i'm just getting into fall, right? just feeling it. and winter comes early.
look at denver, it was hit by by an early season snowfall there. authorities are warning that drivers should watch out for this slush? mix and it could make for icy conditions on the road. this is what it looked like on dodge city, kansas. time to get out of dodge. i've been waiting to use that line. i've been waiting! some areas reported more than 5 inches of snow so is this wintry mix here to stay? let's bring in meteorologist karen maginnis in the cnn weather center. karen, i am glad i got my get out of dodge reference there. 5 inches of snow? >> i'm going to show you snowfall totals. in wyoming, though, let's take a look at what's going on in minneapolis, duluth, chicago, it is a cold, wet morning. and those temperatures are only going to get colder for the next few days. cheyenne, wyoming, victor, that's what i was telling about, 7 inches of snowfall with gusty winds made it feel frightfully cold. we do have freeze warnings
across the central plains. i looked those conditions right now, temperatures in the 20s and 30s. let's take a look at denver again. it's just spectacular. dia airport yes, they did see a couple inches of snowfall and the roads were very treacherous. what happens as we go into the forecast, runt range looks like another round of snowfall. i think for the most part we're looking the a couple of inches. denver, you could see a dusting. duluth, minnesota, towards minneapolis in the next 24 to 48 hours, here comes the snow. first, the dip in the jet stream. a little clipper system. a lot of ingredients there. essentially the shots of cold air, with temperature highs in the 40s but look at what happens with the next clipper system. those temperatures only in the 30s. minneapolis, 39. i photograph owlsing go to minnesota, photograph owls up
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there. >> welcome to the 60s, low 70s. >> i will enjoy it. we learned overnight that nba hall of famer bill russell was arrested at seatac international airport in seattle. >> and the 79-year-old was dpriertd carrying a gun wednesday. the gun was found during a screen egg of carry-on bags. the former boston celtic star has been released. he could face a fine of $7500. new this morning, a qantas flight was forced to make an emergency landing this morning. we learned it was because of mechanical problems. headed to australia. they were notified of that problem less than ten minutes before the plane landed. good news, no injuries reported. also, out of l.a., a second employee now arrested for the dry ice explosions. police arrested the 41-year-old on friday. authorities say he is the
supervisor of the first suspect who was charged earlier this week. both men are accused of placing the dry ice in plastic bottles and leaving them in airport bathrooms to explode. no injuries reported from those blasts. blackberry opens up, chocolate prices go up and the end of the government shutdown has made investors very happy. >> thumbs up, thumbs down, thumbs up? >> yes. >> just some of the highlights. cnn's alison kosik is joining us with your market wrap. >> hi, ana and victor, a week of record highs on wall street. the s&p 500 hit an all-time high on thursday and friday. and investors were happy to see washington come together on a deal to avert default and end the shutdown. also hitting a record, google. its stock topped $1,000 thanks to solid earnings. a win for the nyc. twitter plans to list here at the new york stock exchange when it goes public later this year.
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you probably never heard of this guy because he actually never joined the team until may of this year. he didn't get into the rotation into a couple weeks ago. michael wacha, the big story, he was named the series mvp because in game two, he didn't give up a single run. last night he was brilliant again not giving up a single run. in both games he outpitched that guy, the dodgers ace clayton kershaw. the cardinals pounded him for nine runs. what can you say until finally, after playing in 45 postseason games carlos beltran is headed to the world series. never made it to the big game but now he's go with the st. louis cardinals. the fourth world series experience since 2004. we could learn who the opponent could be. the american league championship series is tonight. that's 8:00 p.m. eastern tonight. let's talk college football, there was a major, i mean major
upset in college football. eighth ranked louisville lost to unranked ucf. louisville blew a 21-point lead in this game. central florida scored in the final 23 seconds of the game. is this louisville's first loss of the season. it's a heartbreaker it but a spot orange bowl in jeopardy. this is a nice story trending on bleacherreport.com. leave it to oregon football to be fashion forward. for tonight's game they're going to be wearing pink helmets and pink cleats in support of breast cancer awareness. they used pink accessories in the nfl. gloves, hand towels, but oregon is taking it to a good cause. they're actually going to have the more famous alums autograph the helmets. doing it loud with the pink helmets. got to say go ducks.
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two convicted inmates. they had used forged papers to get out. they learned after a relative of one of the escapees notified them. number three, gay and lesbian couples in new jersey are celebrating after the court's ruled that can could begin on monday. governor christie's administration sought to appeal those rulings. asch monday, new jersey will be the same-sex state. and looking at threats made against republican senator ted customers cruz. they say a man who identified himself as a veteran tweeted ted cruz need to be taken out. cruz rose to national prominence this month for a stand against obama care and his role in the government shutdown. number five, the longest serving house republican has died. florida congressman bill young passed away yesterday in maryland, surrounded by his
family. according to his chief of staff, young died from complications related to a chronic injury. his 22 terms span more than 40 years on capitol hill. bill young was 82. so, the smoke is now clearing on the government shutdown. we've gone from that government shutdown graphic to the government reopens now. >> and there's a lot of anticipation for what happens next. but will incumbents pay a heavy price in those midterm elections? cnn political editor paul steinhauser is joins us now. good morning, paul. >> morning, ana, victor. first things first, here's the obvious, americans were mad as you know what over the government shutdown. >> there's a lot of justifiable anger at congress and at the president for failing to solve these problems.
>> need more proof? look approval rating for congress they're hovering at or near all-time lows. here's the thing while they say it's time to throw the bums out of the congress they're usually okay with their own representative and that's why incumbents overwhelmingly get re-elected but two new polls suggest they may be achanging. at the pew research center, they say they don't want their incumbents re-elected. and 60% in a survey said given the answer to re-elect any member of congress including their own, they would. as we get closer to next year's midterm elections watch out. ana, victor. >> we'll see if that crystallizes. paul steinhauser, thank you. 31 after the hour. now, remember that meteor that
slammed into russia earlier this year? it's tough to really forget something like that. it injured more than 1,000 people. look. >> whoa! >> how scary. but nothing compared to what would happen if others giant space rocks slammed into our planet. there are some fears some day a massive asteroid will wreak havoc here on earth and we have had a lot of close saves. >> a scientist just discovered that an asteroid that could possibly end life on earth comes near us in 20 years. scientists say it has a 1 in skishgs thousandth chance in hitting us. >> good news, nasa says they have plain to save us from dangerous space rocks and tom foreman has more on the science behind asteroids. >> a hey, ana, hey, victor, nasa
has a very serious proposal, why not go off in the cosmos and capture one to learn more about them. is this how they propose to do that. they'd like to use a powerful rocket to launch what they call an asteroid redirect vehicle. this is essentially a robotic spacecraft going off ripping into space driven by the most powerful solar electric propulsion we would see. it would go hundreds of thousands of miles out there looking for quite a small target. about this size, two to three times as big as a large pickup truck. this is the asteroid we're after. although it would weigh twice as much as a big freight train. it would be rotating this way. that's a challenge because you have to stop that rotation before you can move anywhere. how would they do that? let me scale this down and give you an idea how that would happen as the redirect came to it. would deploy a high space bag.
at least in theory, move over that asteroid and gradually squeeze down until they had it under control. then the whole shebang would come blasting towards earth. and more importantly, toward the moon, where it would set up an orbit around the moon, about 40,000 miles above the sur sfas. that way astronauts can go back and forth and visit the space ship and its cargo for many years. why would they want to do this? astronauts know, scientists know this would cost billions and billions of dollars. here's their rationale. they will learn much more about propulsion systems for deep space exploration. they will develop many technologies such as just as the space program always has. secondly if the asteroid did come towards earth, we'd have some way to learn how to deal with one.
thirdly by looking at the minerals, by having people up there that actually study the rocks, we could find out what's inside of them. that would tell us more about the origin of the solar system and tell us what is out here to benefit the earth and we might be able to use in deeper exploration of space. bottom line, they say yes, it's expensive. but that's what you call exploration because you never know what you might find along the way. ana, victor. >> interesting idea. tom foreman. thanks. >> a lot for a 1 in 63,000th chance of hitting us. go out there with a hefty bag, grab it. >> all for research. >> yes. up next, it sounds like the vatican version of mtvv's "cribs." you wonder believe how much they spend to build a vatican home. plus, the duchess of
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my son would die before he would sell secrets to a foreign government that would harm his country. i know that for a fact. >> that's the father of nsa leaker edward snowden speaking out in an exclusive interview with anderson cooper. edward snowden has insisted he did not take any secret documents with him to russia where he was granted asylum. his dad visited him in russia
for the first time this past week. >> dad, i did not do this to be safe. you need to let everyone know, don't worry about me. i'm committed to this. i didn't do this to be safe. i did it because it's the right thing to do. i could not live with what i've been exposed to. you know, live the rest of his life, with that. knowing that he did not share that. >> does he have any regrets at this point? >> he said he has absolutely no regrets. >> he said it was a pretty emotional moment when he saw his son again. >> let's head to ana for a look at other news making headlines around the world this morning. ana. >> victor, first to india, where people are reeling after a devastating cyclone, 12 million people have now been affected by the flooding. all kinds of heavy rains still coming down. now many are struggling to get food and homes. cnn sue nima reports.
>> reporter: countless lives were saved thanks to mass evacuations. now the difficult task of rebuilding livelihoods. at a remote village of 5,000 people, every single home is wrecked. miles and miles of trees smashed by the powerful cyclone dominate the landscape. people are now slowly trying to pick up the pieces. they've received some form of rice but what good is rice without fish. now to longden where teen activist malala yousafzai was shot in the head by the taliban. and she met queen elizabeth. >> reporter: buckingham palace has the moment of so many images. both of whom iconic women,
living women in their own rights. malala wanted to come here to take her message to higher levels, she said, she had to miss a day of school do that ironically, but it's something that she wanted to do. it's another step in the extraordinary story of malala shot a year ago in pakistan. also in london, the catherine, the duchess of ca cambridge, making her first solo appearance difference the birth. >> walk around in these wedges, i wouldn't want to play volleyball. that's what the duchess did friday. the new mom put on quite a performance it's in search of a charity which provides financial assistance to young athletes. lae, don't try this at home.
>> back to you, ana. >> thanks, erin. >> now to germany where the catholic bishop is making headlines for his extravagant spending. the so-called bishop has been summoned to the vatican to explain himself. diane is in berlin. >>. >> reporter: ana, a bishop he spends $42 million of the church's money building himself a lavish new residence then flies first class to india to visit social services to the poor. catholics in germany are furious, they want the bishop of limbberg to resign. how fast and how effective can he be in banishing priests who live like princes? anna. >> diana, thank you. victor, back to you. a question for you back at home, i'm going to ask you,
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amphitheater there, a little dark there obviously. that's going to change. folks there looking the a gorgeous day ahead. 88 degrees. mostly sunny. so if you're in one of those midwest states or in denver this morning, waking up to cold and snow, just think of miami. >> think of miami. a lot of good times there. hey, are you big spoon or little spoon? none of my business, i'll take that. but is your body pillow, you know, not cutting it anymore? another question i shouldn't have asked? okay. but a wisconsin business might have a solution four. >> this is interesting. it's called a snuggle house. for just 60 bucks customers can pay to cuddle up with staff members. >> where are the linens on these beds. >> employees say this is a form of touch therapy. but it's raise something red flags among city officials and our affiliate wkow has more.
>> wherever you like to change positions, just let me know. >> reporter: what's considered cuddling therapy. touch therapy. >> intimate, not sexual touch. >> reporter: it's planned as a business in downtown madison. emily noon is a of the snuggle house. >> there are so many people who don't have a significant other in their life that just need to be held. >> really, the city's primary concern is you don't want a house of prostitution popping up. >> reporter: the exist attorney says she's pressed members of the snuggle house on needed safe guards. >> if a person comes in and they're snuggling and a person get as roused and they want a little more, what is the snuggler going to do? do they have any preparation to how to effectively deal with that? >> reporter: did they have any preparation for that? >> no.
which is a concern for the city. >> our clientses have to sign contracts. >> they do have business concerns. >> matthew is our creator, is our owner, and he's really taken care of everything for us. >> reporter: online, owner matthew hurtado pushes his book about going from a sex addicted minion to a millionaire. it shows that hurtado owes wisconsin $10,000 in back income taxes. hurtado's attorney says he disputes the debt and will only have emily noon and others work with clients after the city officials are satisfied with the operation's plans. >> i don't know what to say. yeah, so he's a former sex addict who is now opening up a place to just come and cuddle?
>> and it's for men to come and cud will these women who are on the staff. which raises questions in my mind, usually, isn't it the woman who's seeking out the cutting? >> no, guys like to cuddle. >> you do? >> i do. i wouldn't pay $60 for it, though. especially on beds without sheets. >> that was from our affiliate in madison, wisconsin. of course, we're going to continue to follow that one. hey, parents, they may be shocked with her on-stage antics but miley cyrus proves just how much the kids like her. plus the book "fifty shades of grey" may have turned on millions of readers, but the film, it's already been turred down by one hollywood star. those stories straight ahead. but first, we are shining a spotlight on the top ten cnn heroes of 2013. this week's honoree spent 13 years delivering babies before a
back injury forced her to stop. now, she's found a new way to bring babies and mothers safely through child birth. there's a traditional african say when you go become pregnant that you have one foot in the grave. there are so many women dieing in child birth in many communities. pregnancy is feared. >> in the last month recorded four women actually died of pregnancy complications. >> when i went to africa, i saw these women one after another coming in with complications and we didn't even have adequate light to treat them. >> welcome. >> a lot of the clinics don't have any electricity. midwives use care row season lanterns. they may use candles. they use their cell phones to deliver babies. once i witnessed the things that i saw, i had to do something about it. my name is dr. laura stachel.
i'm helping to develop a single lighting source so mothers and babies be can be saved. hospitals chiefed solar suitcase for free. >> solar suitcase provides medical quality lighting. it charges cell phones. it has a small battery charger for head lamps and fetal doppler that we include. perfect, that's. >> mothers are eager to come to the clinics. it shifted the morale of the health care worker. >> this light is going to bring good children. >> thirns on, there you go. >> thank you so much. >> you're so welcome. i wael want a world where women and their families goat celebrate birth. and i'd love to be part of making that happen. i was made to work.
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a hollywood a-lister binge watches "breaking bad" and then gets drunk with love for the cast. it's explained in today's "pop 4." michelle turner has the headlines, what's going jon. >> victor and ana, it's been a little bit of a crazy week. we all know what's going none washington now i'm going to bring to you the madness of hollywood. number 4, popping this "new day," hannibal lecter sending a little love to walter white. sir anthony how much kins sent a super fan letter to bryan cranston after watching "breaking bad." he said this is the best acts he's ever seen. he goes on to say to bryan
cranston, quote, that kind of artisttry is rare once in a while when it occurs it restores confidence. he said you and all the cast are the best actors i've ever seen. i'd be on cloud nine if i were bryan cranston right now. number 3 story, miley. her album "bangers" debuted on the top charts. here's something to think about here. miley cyrus is only 20 years old. is this her fifth album to go number one. wow. number 2 this morning, the walking dead still stepping high. amc show returned with 16.1 million viewers. 10.4 million adults in that coveted 18 to 49 demographic. "the walking dead" continues to be the number one show across all television and broadcast networks. folks love zom better. they love them. and number 1 this morning,
"fifty shade of free fall. charlie hunnam is out as christian gray. do i hear a groan? i'm not sure i do. hunnam and the studio decides to part ways. his tough tv schedule on "sons of anarchy" won't allow him to completely play the role. but he didn't want the robert pattinson type that he's been getting for his role. the search is on once again. i need to make a quick call. i'm calling ian sommerholder because i need him to play christian gray. >> michelle, thank you. >> our producer who loves the new "bangers" album from miley cyrus says it gets him running like crazy. i've got to download it. thanks for starting your morning with us. we've got a lot on the next hour of "new day." let's start it right now.
two convicted killers on the run this morning after an embarrassing blunder sets them free. >> those inmates were released based on those court orders that we received. >> now, the man hunt is on to get them back behind bars. a 14-year-old teen with autism vanishes in new york. now the desperate search to bring him home. >> a lot of people feel my pain. a lot of mothers, a lot of families that have autistic children. it could happen to them. >> can his mother's voice help police track him down. back in business, and ready to fight, republicans rail against obama care with a new target in their sights. >> secretary sebelius has had 3 1/2 years to launch obama care and she has failed. good morning. thanks for waking up early with
us. i'm ana cabrera. >> and i'm victor blackwell and you can exhale because you've made it to the week end. this is "new day saturday." we're going to start with the search for two convicted killers prison officials say two inmates sentenced to life gained their freedom by gaming the system using fake release papers that included a forged signature from a judge. the men played the dupe so well, they even went back to the jail to register as felons after getting out. cnn's nick valencia joins us more from that prison that mistakenly released the men. nick, how long have the prisoners been free now? >> good morning ana and victor one of these men have been out since september 7th the other october 8th.common dom dee nominator, as you mentioned, victor, they were both housed
the-a this correction institute. it all started one week today when the mother of charles walker, he's one of men on the run. the mother received a letter from the florida department of corrections notified her that her son's killer had been let out early. that struck her as bizarre because she knew that her son's killer was not eligible to be released from jail early. we interviewed her yesterday. take a listen to what she had to say when she found out her son's killer was on the lose. >> we're in shock, we're frightened and we feel let down that the system did let us down for letting the murderer go free. i understand that the state attorney didn't pick -- the state attorney and the judge had nothing to do with it but somebody, i don't know if it was an inside job besides -- because i don't think charles did this. whoever did it helped them, i do
believe that. they had to help him. >> now, miss kearse also said that she receive a call from a family friend notifying her that charles walker was seen walking around in an orlando area mall, free just like everybody else. ana, victor. >> wow, the manhunt continues. nick valencia, in florida. thank you. 16 day, that's how long a mother and father have been searching for their teenage son. avonta econtained dough has automatic simple. he was last season runninging out to of a school in new york. how hundreds have been hunting through tunnels, sewer systems, subway systems for any sign of the 14-year-old who is unable to communicate verbally. cnn's alexandra field has more on this extensive search. >> hi, avonta. >> reporter: in the search for
avonta oquendo, a mother's voice blairs. they hope it's the call that finally brings the boy home. >> it's been two weeks, i mean, if he was in the water, i'm sure he would have been found by now. >> reporter: divers are using sonar to try and find him now. in an interview with cnn's don lemon, vanessa said she believes her son is still alive. >> i believe someone has him. >> reporter: he can't communicate using words. he was last season october 4th when a surveillance caught him walking out of his long island city school and running down the street. a source tells cnn within hours of avonta's disappearance, bloodhounds hit on a scent in a marsh near the school and later in a subway station. >> no one's given up, that's a fact. new york's a big place. >> reporter: two weeks later,
avonta's picture is plastered throughout the new york transportation system. a search for a missing child has seemed to have obsessed a city that rarely stops for one person. >> i think with the parents with the condition of this young boy, he's automatistic and i think pe can feel for the parents and the family here, particularly as a result of that. >> reporter: more than 100 police officers are on the case. volunteers keep working around the clock. the reward for finding avonte is more than $170,000. >> i'm praying he's in the area. i'm operation whoever has him just let him go. let him go. >> reporter: avonte's father is holding ton hope-after two weeks his mother is holding her breath in a city full of people to find their son. >> he's a special boy. he's a loving boy. he's a caring child, whoever has
him out there please be kind to him and let him go. let him come home to his family. >> reporter: because of how long avonte has been missing our source says that police have brought in cadaver dogs to help with the search. but ana, victor, the family does not want that to deter to helping find their son alive. they will appeal to the public helping to find that boy who cannot ask for help himself. >> of course, alexandra, they're keeping up the hope. where are they focusing on the search right now? any leads? >> well, ana, we know avonta has this love for trains. the source says the focus is a railroad yard in long island city. police have searched 468 subway stations. that's every subway station in new york city. >> alexandra field, live in new york, we're hoping for a happy ending, thank you.
congress acted just in time to keep the country from going over that fiscal cliff. but without a second to spare. >> the problem is, we could face another budget crisis in just a matter of months. and it's going to take a whole new attitude in washington to avoid that. >> chris lawrence has more. chris? >> reporter: the federal government's back open for business. but for how long? >> this is just for 90 days. after the 90 days, then what? >> reporter: all the last deal did was set new deadlines. early next year, to come to a real agreement. do you think there's any chance that the folks in that building are going to do a better job of compromising this time? >> they have to. >> reporter: analyst steve ellis predicts there won't be any grand bargain. >> i'd be happy to see a petite compromise. >> reporter: not the huge deal that rewrites the tax code or
find way to fund social security for the long term. >> they clearly can't do these in large issues we need small steps. >> reporter: like unemployment insurance. >> 33 organization. >> reporter: worried veterans are pushing to have all they're benefits funded a year in advance. >> we need a permanent fix. not the temporary band-aid of budget deals or to face this again in a few months. >> reporter: americans are skeptical. >> they're playing games. i don't think that anything's going to change. >> both republicans and democrats, they just cannot get along. honestly, i have no faith in them. >> reporter: but in january, both sides may have more incentive to deal. that's when across-the-board spending cuts kick in especially at the pentagon. >> combination of sequester and the shutdown has hurt our national defense. >> reporter: and the clock is once again ticking. >> let's negotiate.
what are we waiting for? let's get this done. >> reporter: the republican-led house of representatives passioned a budget with nearly about $4 trillion in spending cuts. the democratic-led senate passed its budget with $1 trillion in new taxes. the key now, those sides have to come together, mark your calendar, friday the 13th. december, friday the 13th, to try to bring those two ideas together to get something that the president can sign. victor, ana. >> friday the 13th, they've got to start again. chris lawrence live in washington. thank you. the longest serving house republican has died. florida congressman bill young passed away yesterday in maryland surrounded by his family. now, according to his chief of staff, young died from complications related to a chronic injury. his 22 terms spanned more than 40 years on capitol hill. bill young was 82. his starring role in the government shutdown has urged
senator ted cruz at least one enemy. u.s. capitol police confirmed. they're looking into threats made against the texas republican. they say someone tweeted ted cruz needs to be taken out. and ted cruz -- or rather, take down ted cruz at his home. we learned overnight that nba hall of famer bill russell was arrested at seatac international airport in seattle. the 79-year-old was cited for carrying a gun into a prohibited area of the airport. this happened wednesday. the gun was found during screening of carry-on bags. the former boston celtic star could be released and face a fine of $7500. growing frustration with the obama care website. listen to this, a glitch allowed one customer to apply three times for two plans. how insurance companies are handling all this chaos. and massive fires burning out of control. more than 100 of them right now,
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♪ we've heard a lot of that over the last couple of weeks "i can't go for that." but a deal has been hatched. the president signed it. good morning, washington, d.c. a look at the capitol dome. the sun tries to peek out on a saturday morning. they're not getting as nice a day. 69 degrees, cloudy on this beautiful day in october. hey, every member of congress got paid during the 16-day shutdown. the paycheck is protected by the 27th amendment to the constitution. now the website congress still gets paid.com has tallied the earnings. the total pay to your lawmakers during the shutdown topped a little more than $4 million. most federal workers are still
waiting for back pay. >> let's look forward now, republicans in the house, they're now ramping back up for hearings over that obama care website and the glitches that have come from it. some are even calling for health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius to resign. >> cnn's brian todd joins us now. brian, good morning. >> ana, victor, we've been speaking to those on the receiving end of all of these applications online for obama care. the insurance companies. the insurance industry sources are telling us there are widespread problems with the applications coming in, and now they are having to track back to solve them. >> reporter: signing up for obama care is not a problem not just for potential customers but for the insurance companies processing their applications. look to joan budden of the michigan health. >> we talked to one gentleman who had not received the confirmation that he anticipated on the website. so he had submitted a couple
times he ended up that he had enrolled in multiple plans. >> reporter: another company tells us soon after it started they had one customer mistakenlily alie for three different plans. insurers are getting duplicates and missing data. for those who had problems? >> we're calling each member and just going over their enrollment information with information with them. >> reporter: we called cgi, the private contractor which got tens of millions from the federal government to design this system. we didn't hear back. the department of health and shum services said as individual problems are raised by insured, we work aggressive to follow them. luke chung who runs a database a week into the enrollment, hooe'
been pulling his hair out. >> i had to enter a previous screen that gave me my name and e-mail address then i had to come to this screen to provide a user name and pass word. the next screen, i have to provide three secret answers to questions. >> and should it all be on one screen? >> it should be on one screen. why bother having three screens. >> how would you fix it? >> the way i would fix it two levels. first of all, i'd have a change in management. technically, i'd try to get people through the system as quickly as possible asking for as few information as possible to expedite the process. >> to be fair, chung said he has seen some improvements. on some pages they've added more questions for people having to save a screen and go to the next screen. officials say they're hammering away at these gives.
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first up, the mother of a teenage suspect in a bullying suicide case has been arrested in florida. vivian fossberg faces charges after video shows her allegedly punch two boyce. her daughter is accused of aggravated stalking in the suicide of 12-year-old rebecca sedwick. number two, a second employee has been arrested in connection with the recent dry ice explosions at l.a.x. authorities say he is the supervisor of the first suspect, the baggage handler, who was charged early your this week. both men are accused of placing the dry ice in plastic bottles and leaving them in the bathroom to explode. number 3 gay and lesbian couples are celebrating. governor chris christie's
administration sought to delay these weddings while it appeals a lower court's ruling. the appeal will still be heard in january but as of monday, new jersey electrical the 14th state to allow same-sex marriage. look at this, this is number 4. wildfires burning across a lot of australia. this is the story here. one firefighter says this is as bad as it gets. nearly 100 wildfires are scorching parts of australia right now. a lot of them out of control. one person unfortunately has died. hundreds of homes have destroyed or damaged. number 5, looks like winter is off to an early start this year. this is what it looked like in denver yesterday. denver international airport recorded more than an inch of snow. guys, it's mid-october. already snow in denver. good news for people hitting the slopes. some ski resorts got more than 5 inches. let's bring in karen maginnis in the cnn weather center.
we now know that karen occasionally photographs owls. waiting to see those photos. >> we may see a few inches in the next few days. look what the we've accumulated, in cheyenne, wyoming, 7 inches of snow there. deep in the panhandle of texas, where 20s and 30s are going to be seen right across the front range of the rockies, look for snowfall there. duluth, international falls, snow on the way for the next couple of days. temperatures dropping from 50s and 60s into the 40s. we'll have a look at the weather coming up in the next hour. victor and ana. >> thank you, karen. well, from forgery to freedom, two florida inmates 94 out of prison after using release papers that were dock toward. they even forged a judge's signature. charles walker and joseph jenkins were supposed to be locked up for the red of their lives. now, authorities are searching
for them. loved ones of the victims said the system failed them. >> the whole world came down on me. i thought i would never have to see them again in life. they had a life sentence plus 100 years now to know he's free on the streets is frightening. it's terrifying. >> it is an unbelievable story. joining me right now, cnn legal analyst and veteran lawyer criminal defense attorney. good morning. >> good morning, ana. >> no one wants to take responsibility for what happened. who do you think is to blame here? >> well, they scammed the system. no question about it. it really seems like they had insider help. it's not difficult to learn information about making a piece of paper look like a lawyer drafted it. the difficult one is to having a court like a judge drafted it. having a seal, knowing where to send it there's a lot of
suggestion, factoids that somebody knew what they were doing to get this done. >> there are multiple signatures. the documents were so official that the courts that processed them passed them right now. as we've learned this is not the first case of the inmates using forged documents. another inmate tried to do the same thing he was caught just before these two guys got away with it. what needs to change in the system? >> well, i think d.o.c., department of corrections needs to fix it. d.o.c. is going back and say to get judges, hey, we're about to release somebody based upon this new order that we got, is this correct? a good way to do it. and another way, i hope they do, d.o.c. should get back and send a letter to the state attorney for each and every inmate about to be released. it's an e-mail, letter, just to say, he's about to be released,
do you have any holds? checks and balances to put in place because we know the people can scam the system. >> surprising there aren't checks and balances already in place. do you think the family members of those murder victims have a lawsuit on their hands? >> unfortunately, probably not. we have to remember that state agencies are pretty immune from lawsuit anyway, even if they just do something negligent. and this looks to be someone that intentionally took the system 0 on. i doubt this is a lot suit. i know it's very disturbing for a victim's family to go through that. on the other hand we know most people who escape prison are caught and caught fairly quickly. i thought it was interesting these two guys when they got out actually came to orange county and signed in with the sheriff which was sort of another insight. by doing so, they avoided detection, because had he not done that there may have been a red flag raised. they knew exactly what they were doing.
>> they knew the process would require them to voluntarily check in. and i agree to follow x, y and z as a condition of my release. you're right, they obviously knew how the system worked and they were pretty brazen to go back and speak with the folks at the prison and again walk away. the search continues, mark o'mara, thanks for joining us. we appreciate your time this morning. for more on the bizarre case and all the week's big other crime stories. be sure to watch "making the case" a special report from don lemon that's don't right here on cnn. there's amazing new development in the kendrick johnson case that we've been following for some time here. kendrick johnson was the teenager whose death was originally called an accident although his body was found rolled up in a high school gym mat. his death in january was found by an independent pathology hired by the family to be caused by blunt force trauma.
new information by surveillance video shows that johnson was not alone in the gym the day he died and other minors were in the gym. johnson's family and their attorneys, they want more of the surveillance, all the surveillance to be released. >> there were four cameras inside that gym, one of which was aimed in the direction of the corner, where kendrick's body was found. >> if you have a video surveillance that showed what happened to kendrick johnson, don't the family at least deserve to see the truth? >> well, cnn has also requested to view the surveillance footage. of course, we'll continue to bring you the latest every step of this case. an 8-year-old boy in houston fought back against a robber who stole his mother's purse. the boy's mom left her purse in the car while she went to the gas station. the robber spotted here. look here in the surveillance. went to snatch it from the unlocked car. little jose, he wasn't going for
it. there's a backseat, he tried to hold on to it. the driver pulled it away. jose managed to run after him and get back his mom's wallet. he explained what gave him that courage to fight back. >> my sister's party was coming up and i wanted her to have her party and i wanted my mom to get all of her stuff back. >> oh, brave thing to do. maybe not the safest thing but we understand why. >> 8 years ago old. he got that wallet back. houston police are looking for the suspect. he's described as a slender black male in his late 20s. hopefully, we got that because that could have been 400,000 people we implicated. comedian melissa mccarthy who is on the front page of "elle" magazine. we'll tell you why this photo is
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been named one of "elle" magazines 2013 women in hollywood. mccarthy is gracing the cover wearing a large coat that hides most of her body. that's what people are talking about. >> despite rave reviews, not everybody thinks that it's that great. critic have accused "elle" of fat shaming because of the content. some of the other ones, reese witherspoon is photographed wearing a low-cut tight fitting black dress. >> right. >> look at this other actress here, she's wearing a black strappy bathing suit. then you got melissa in a coat that's too big. do you think it's fair, do you think it's fat shaming? >> they're definitely fat shaming. i'm upset with melissa for even wearing the coat. more women have shapes like
melissa mccarthy than reese witherspoon. i hope we can celebrate all beauty. all beauty is not a size 2. it can be a size 24 at times. melissa mccarthy is a beautiful woman. they missed the bar with this. even her face is covered up. >> although to their defense, when you take a look at what she responded, she said she actually got to choose what she wore in that. she's pretty happy with the picture. >> maybe she's not happy with the body. there's no reason for her body to be this covered up. i want her to celebrate her curves. there are so many women curvaceous out there. they would have loved this issue. i don't like this issue. if it's her calling i'd say she's not happy with her body. >> he said, "elle" is a magazine i grew up with and hadn't done anything quite like that. i was nervous and it was kind of amazing. tonight "snl" keenan thompson will not be playing a female
character because he said there aren't enough black females on the show. you see him here as whoopi goldberg and angelou. and earlier this week, he came under fire, he said that comedians aren't ready for "snl." he said they come to the auditions, it's a tough part of the business, they're just not ready. >> some african-american women. >> yes. >> it's sweet, i enjoy keenan when he does the whoopis and the oprahs. i watch that show. it would be great to see an african-american woman up there. a more diverse cast. 2 has hired six new cast members. there are talented african-american comedians that can be on "snl." >> there are a lot of people in this world. do you think that "snl" has a
diversity problem? >> most definitely when you have a cast with only two african-american cast members and no african-american women, come on now. that's a obvious situation when you look at it that way. i hope this makes them change it. >> i'm sure the decision was made a long time ago. carrie washington by the way is going to be there. sc come november. >> november 3rd. let's talk about prince. >> yes. >> because you and i are both prince fans. >> yes, we are. >> so prince hosted a pajama party -- >> he's hosting it -- isn't it tonight? >> 2:00 this morning into this morning. >> yes. >> it's in minneapolis to promote his new breakfast can wait" album which i think is great name for an album. 2:00 a.m. -- >> i'm coming from the party. you thought i was coming from minneapolis.
i love this about prince, he's becoming so much more accessible with his fans. he went on twitter. and he has his great -- $50 -- i would pay $500 to be with prince. that was a steal there. >> and he has sold-out concerts. >> and we want to point out that you're wearing this beautiful pink skirt because it's breast cancer awareness. >> yes, i am. my mom actually passed from breast cancer. and i'm wearing her hospital band. we teased it, forbes magazine revealing the highest paid actors right now on television. let's run those through. neil patrick harris, mark harmon coming in at number four, estimates $15 million. number three goes to ray romano with $16 million. and the number one spot, ashton kutcher with a whopping $24
million. >> no surprises, ashton is number one. he has no kids. you know, i'm always trying to find a man, sister. >> the next christian gray. >> let me know if you find him. kendra g., thank you so much. >> thank you, guys. >> all right. coming up, crazy creatures from the deep. >> yeah, a saber tooth whale and a fish that looks like a giant eel. look at this. the details on the discoveries right after the break. but you're progressive, and they're them. yes. but they're here. yes. are you...? there? yes. no. are you them? i'm me. but those rates are for... them. so them are here. yes! you want to run through it again? no, i'm good. you got it? yes. rates for us and them -- now that's progressive. call or click today.
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ten minutes now before the top of the hour. mark went looking for a great white shark and boy did he find one. this one swam right under his board. he wanted to pursue the shark but he didn't know if the shark upped to pursue him. it was said to be just a juvenile. >> that's not the only awe inspiring creature from the deep. look at this, it's a giant bore fish. it living thousands of feet down, but it just turned up. >> so what is going on here? we find out.
it started when a snorkeler came across this 18 foot creature that is probably what ancient fishers called sea eurchants. two days later this bizarre looki looki looking mammal watched up. >> they're never seen around here, to vun one watch out, to have one wash up was a real treat. >> their used to seeing great white sharks, but not this man. >> i have been seeing an
abnormally high amount of great white sharks lately. >> he is checking me out. oh my god, right under the board. look at that. so what is going on here? >> i would say something along the lines of climate channel, the temperatures are changes. >> it's scary, especially with the great whites. i have four kids out here and i tell them not to go in the water. >> japanese legends hold that orr push beach themselves to warn of an earthquake. and dozens did just that before the tsunami and earthquake last year. >> scientists don't know why all of this is happening.
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♪ >> i was just about to share my singing with everyone at home, but i thought better. >> there's still an hour an a half. >> this is the time of the show where we get some of your good stories out there. >> a fourth grader trying to become one of the best cross country runners in southern california. >> she has a guide going around the track with her and describes the terrain with her. >> it brought her so much joy and i see her self determination and she is proud of herself and she is so happen to do everything that everybody else is going. >> she recently shaped 3:00 off of her time.
she plans to do a trianthlon one day. >> she is out there doing it. >> yeah. >> a deer makes our must see moments this moment. surveillance video captures the animal has it crashes through a convenience store. customers are close by, they scatter, the deer definitely making a surprise entrance here. >> police tell our affiliate that something spooked that deer, it runs into the store, they hoped it would be able to get out on it's own, but when that failed they had to put it down. that was a downer. >> yeah, that is a downer.
thanks for starting your morning with us. the next our of "new day" starts now. two convicted killers still on the run after a major blunder. >> they were released based on those court orders we received. >> now a man hunt is on to get them back in frizz. >> a 14-year-old teen with autism is missing. can his mother's voice help him find his way home? why police are turning to a train yard this more? >> these smart phones are not making us very smart. how technology is zapping our brain waves now more than ever. good morning, everyone.
we hoe that your weekend is off to a great start. >> you made it. this is "new day saturday." we have a lot coming up including for the first time, sports fans can own a piece of an athlete. a san francisco brokage service allows people to buy and sell shares of their faye rite athletes. they asked their first athlete to participate. arian foster. >> a report on how all of this works is coming up. >> we begin with a search for two convicted killers in florida. two inmates sentenced to life, charles walker and joseph
jenkins got fake documents with a foraged signature from a judge. >> they went in and registered . >> two con skrivicted killers o loose. they used forged documents to be released. i'm not here to point fingers at anyone. there will be plenty of that to go around eventually i'm sure. >> this woman has a letter that says their release was beyond their control. >> we are shocked, frightfright and the system let us down.
letting a murderer go free. i understand that the state attorney and the judge had nothing to do with it. but somebody, i don't know if it was an inside job. whoever did it helped him. i do believe that. they had to have help. this is somewhat ingenious. >> it was the fake signature of judge perry. the high profile judge says he's not entirely surprised. >> people, particular people with criminal minds come up with ingenious ways to beat the system. they have nothing but time on their hands to think of things. >> the department of corrections said they were only following procedures and was, quote, not
at fault. we don't have a the statute or authority to question the court's decision. this will be a lesson learned for all involved. the department of corrections made changes to releases. they require clarifications from the judges before anyone is released early. >> this is not the first time something like this has happened. tell us about what you learned. yeah, it's leaving a lot of people crashing their heads. people here in florida could not have known these schemes were out there. jeffrey forbes tried to scam the system for an early release if it wasn't for a private investigator closely looking at his case that he wasn't eligible for that release forbes could be out as well. charges were levelled against
jeffrey forbes on october 7th. charles walker, one of those men on the loose was set free using a similar type of fraudulent scheme. unbelievable. two weeks and one day. that's how long a mother and father have been searching for a lost son. >> ever since he went missing, hundreds of police officers and volunteers working around the clock have been looking in suer the, tunnels, subway stations, looking for the 14 year. alexandra? >> they're doing everything they can right now to keep the focus on finding their son. they're going to speak to the public this morning to ask for
help. avante has been missing since october 4th. he is seen walking down the hallway in his long island city school and then running out the door. since then hundreds of police officers and volunteers have been searching for him. they searched by foot, the water, and from the air. now every day that goes by his parents are becoming increasingly desperate to find him. here is what his mother said. >> he is a special boy. a loving boy, a caring child. whoever has him out there, please be kind to him and let him go. let him come home to his family. >> his parents, of course, want to keep the troops motivated. at the same time a source says given the amount of time he has
been missing, police have brought in cadaver dogs to help them. >> have there been any sightings? >> no, but a railroad depot yard has been at the center of the search. we know that he loved trains. the 14-year-old was crazy about trains. police searched 468 subway stations with no luck there and continuing to search every one of those train stations. >> alexandra, i have seen searches in texas and florida, and states that are not as con guest gested like this.
>> of course the boy who went missing from new york city in 1979, that case made national head loins. since then in recent memory there is nothing of this scale real in is a story that it seems every new yorker is talking about. this boy's picture is everywhere. police are driving patrol cars with his mother's voice playing asking him to come to the flashing lights. >> that's why we keep putting that picture out this. >> a mother of a teenager suspect in a teenager suicide bullying case has been arrested. she faces charges of child abuse after this video surfaced of her beating several children. they say the charges are unrelated to her daughter's case. her daughter is accused of
felony stocking. her daughter has been arrested for putting a girl who committed suicide through months of endless bullying. we can do all of this again in a few months, face another budget crisis, and it's going to take a different attitude in washington to do that, of course. >> chris, any evidence that the two sides are ready to work together for a long-term solution? >> they're going to have to. all of the last deal did was set a new deadline to come up with a real agreement. this time they're only going to have about eight weeks to find a compromise. republicans and democrats are signaling not to expect any sort
of grand bargain. in other words, no big deal that says rewrite the tax code or find long-term funding. they're looking at the small items. i asked a representative for taxpayers for common sense about the chances to find that can compromise. >> is there any chance to the folks in that building are going to do a better job of compromising this time? >> they have to. i mean it's hard toe do much worse than what they have done in the past. really all eyes are on them and we need them to step up. we need lawmakers to do their job for one. >> the republican led house of representatives passed a budget that included about $4 trillion in spending cuts. the democratic controlled senate passed a budget that had about a trillion dollars in new taxes.
now they have until the middle of december, in fact, it's friday the 13th of december to bring those budgets together. >> for people who are superstition, that's the wrong way to start. we see you're at the world war ii memorial. those veterans eventually got in, thank god, but let me ask you about this, you said the house has to do it's job, i want to ask you about the speaker's ability. he walked from one chamber to the other to get people to support it, any chance that cruz will compromise this time around? st. >> he may not be willing to compromise, victor, but some in congress feel in a strange way that speaker boehner has been
empowered by all of this. republicans have played their trump card. they shut down the government and brought all of this to the edge of default. they're probably not going to do it again. investment mitch mcconnell says they're not going to shut the government down again. that may give a little more pour to john boehner. it may gi him a little more incentive to cut a deal, and this time the republicans may have a little more on their side in that those mand tore spending cuts kick in in january. so now they will really want to negotiate a deal to get rid of some of those spending cuts. the drama continues to washington. thank you. if you're heading outside today, you mightment to pull out a winter jacket. in some places you need boots
and scarves too. karen, what can people expect this weekend? we know it's nice and middle here in atlanta, but we have seen snow in other parts of the country. >> and i know victor loves snow, right? >> not so much. >> as wyoming saw seven inches, but let's look at what denver saw. when it was all said and done they only collected about an inch. but further to the west, some of the higher peaks, they saw between three and six inches. for denver you could see a rain and snow combination tomorrow. in dodge city kansas, their high temperature would be about 70 degrees. this was a rare event. the snowfall was very isolated, some areas get as much as five inches. for that front range and
extending into southern sections -- also extending into wyoming, we could see a little snowfall moving up towards the upper midwest. northern minnesota, wisconsin, a couple inches expected here with very cold temperatures, especially with back to back clipper systems. they enforce that cold air. the average high for chicago, around 61 degrees. it will be 56 in chicago for today. new york city, temperatures in the 60s there and denver 62. >> let me amend my comment. i like snow when i'm looking at it out the window. >> the skiers and snowborders are happy. stock in a jock.
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17 after the hour, we learned overnight that bill russell was arrested at an international airport in seattle. police say he was sited for carrying a gun into a prohibited area at the airport. he could face a fine of $7500. >> are you ready for this? you could be stock in a snok. a new exchange lets you own a piece of an athlete. >> so how does this work? zane asher has the answer to that. on the field he is explosive. off of it, charming. >> what's your favorite food? >> my mom's encha --
his approach to life and things off of the field make him an attractive candidate for us. >> arian foster is the first athlete to sign up with a san francisco based start up that will allow fans to buy and sell shares of their favorite athletes. investors get the opportunity to earn 20% of his future income. fans can buy a stake at $10 a share. and they have to invest a minimum of $50. robert tuckman is looking into the stock.
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for -- >> i want to know how you're going to do it. >> politicians say what? body language can attack volumes. >> watch as steve lanagan, coreybooker on tuesday night gives his wife the brush off as she is trying to comfort him. kind of painful to watch. that has gone viral now on the internet. >> greg collett is running for a seat in the house. but there is a problem here. all ten of his children are on medicaid. >> i don't necessarily agree or
system failure led to the escape of two convicted killers. they used forged released papers to get out. authorities learned they left after a relative of one of the escapees notified them. >> new developments in the kinndrick johnson case. he was not alone in the gym on the day he died. his suffocated bod i was found in january rolled up, upside down in a gym mat. a u.s. attorney is retrueing that case to determine if a federal investigation will be open. >> also this morning, the aerret of an american that wanted to join al qaeda. he is 25 years old from long
island new york. the fbi has been tracking him for about two years. at one opponent he wanted to go to yemen to participate in jihad. we didn't know an asteroid zipped by our planet. it was discovered during the government shutdown while nasa was closed. scientist say it heads back our way in 2032 but the odds of it hitting is low. >> the longest serving house republican has died. bill young passed away yesterday in maryland surrounded by his family. he dies from complications related to a chronic injury.
he was 82-years old. january 15th, mark it on your calendar. congress has until then to come up with a plan that we can live with. >> but senate mooi norty leader mitch mcconnell has said that there is no education and the second kick of a mule, there will not be another government shut down. his republican colleague echoed that sentiment. >> i'm not going through the shut down again. people have been too traumatized by it, there's too much damage. >> but texas senator ted cruise will not rule out a second shut down. or rule out anything. listen to this. >> so you would do it again? >> i would do anything and i will continue to do anything i
can to stop the train wreck that is obama care. the test that matters is are we doing anything for all of the people getting hurt by obama care? we have ben ferguson with us, a nationally syndicated radio host in dallas. will ted cruz do this again? you probably don't know the answer, no one does. but does he have enough pull in the house to get those house republicans to toe the line one more time? >> he has pull, but i don't think she probably going to do this and part of that is because we have seen that the white house also knows that if we have another government shutdown they will get blamed for not negotiating. we saw a little movement from the house and from the republicans. we'll change things. we're willing to look at obama
care and changes, now there actually is going to be negotiating. if we shut down again the i think the president will take more blame for not being able to keep things moving. he has time now. he should be in camp david saying we're not going to let this happen again, and i think they will get some sort of compromise. >> democrats didn't really have to do a lot of compromising to get through this initial crisis, but it's not over yet. what do you see as the biggest hurdles that need to be overcome? >> basically it's entitlement reform and sequestration. it's not good policy. the idea of taking a hatchet to our defense, our social security, it's not a good plan. the republicans don't want to give up any more revenue.
if they find small deals, not a grand bargain, i think we will be able to go for it. they don't want any shutdown that goes into 2014. bipartisan policy center says about $600 billion will be spent going into the next debit ceiling limit. let me ask you this, and i'm going to come to you after this for you, ben as well. but democrats have been really fond of making a comparison to a credit card. people at home understand that. but when americans apply for an increase in debt limit, the company doesn't just say we know you need the money. there is conversations about spending and income. why can't that happen? >> any time people say we should
run the governments like we run our homes, let's be honest, we're not that good. the government has expenses that regular people don't have. regular people don't have to pay for seniors about to retire. so the idea that we have to have a debate to raise the budget ceiling, that doesn't really make sense. the idea of holding the whole country up, that ruins our economy and the global economy. >> and ben, republicans are supposed to be the party of fiscal responsibility and they're getting a lot of blame for the government shut down and that has cost our country some $24 billion in revenue, how do you make ends meet? >> that is nothing compared to the fact in a we have a $17
trillion debt which is what the clock shows as we reopen the government. it is a real number that people are starting to pay attention to. under barack obama, the president of the united states of america, has never passed a budget. he said it's the republicans fault. he had control of the house, the senate, and he was the president for two years and never passed a budget. so a lot of people are saying as president of the united states of america, commander and chief, we don't have a budget for the country but you're telling me that you need me to give more money to you? i know that not having a budget is a terrible plan. so people are seeing that. that is where the responsibility comes in. if you want to stop the chaos, stop having continuing resolutions. people are calling their credit department saying i know i maxed out my card, but i need a few more grand to spend in the next week.
>> you say that like he writes up a budget over saturday night and just hands it together. the democrats and the senate have worked on it. >> yeah, but asking and doing are two different things. when you have been president for five years, you have almost a super majority at the beginning of your term. this is the difference between looking at something and the reality is they don't want a budget because they don't want the american people to see where our money is going and what we're spending on it. otherwise you would pass a budget. i think it is hurting him right now. >> jason johnson, ben ferguson, thank you for joining us. dick cheney opens up about his health in a new book. he says he was so concerned he
did something unprecedented just two months after taking office. first, it has been 27 years since chris evert won the last of her grand slam titles. here is this week's "open court." >> i'm kind of -- i don't want to say average, but i was just a good athlete with a lot of hunger and it worked for me. >> keep working on that slice back hand. >> i'm the worse for remembering my results and my record. how many times did you win family circle cup? sometimes i don't recognize that person. she was so focused. and kind of so one dimensional.
17 minutes at the top of the hour. after being in office, dick cheney is opening up about how his heart health was deteriorating. >> he is opening up to talk in his new book "heart." >> most people have a pretty strong opinion about dick cheney. but whatever you think of it, he has had five heart attacks, open heart surgery, a heart pump, and a heart transplant. he revealed all of it in his new book "heart." when i sat down with him, he was so concerned about his health at one point, he took an unprecedented action. >> i basically resigned the vice
presidentcy march 28th. >> so there was a letter of resignation. >> he said there was no resignation for a vmt that was incapacitated. >> it says i, richard b. cheney resign the office of vice president of the united states. >> how did president bush react when you told him about? >> surprised but he thought it was a good idea. >> we also talked about the impact that the disease had on his job. keep in mind he had his first heart attack when he was just 37 years old. back to you. >> thank you san yay. you can see the full interview tomorrow on 60 minutes and tuesday on anderson cooper 360.
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we have a guess that has a course called "memory in the digital age." so what seems convenient, the photos, the videos, you say awe of this can be paralyzing? explain. >> i think it's the sheer amount of information. we generate and save more information today than we ever have before in history because it is cheaper, faster, and easier to save everything than to spend time edits, sorting, and deleting. think about the e-mails, photos, and what used to be a forgotten is now made permanent. >> so does it get worse as we
continue this lifestyle? or because kids now have their ipads at two, three, and four. is it going to be worse for the next generation? >> there will potentially always be more and more information generated. my students tell me they're worn into a generation that is more fluent and fluid with them and they think they will hopefully be able to better organize the information that the older generations find staggering. >> you go to a concert and everybody pulls out their smart phone to take pictures and record the event. does that impact how we experience that event and how we remember it later down the road? >> i think this is a pretty
common behavior. i had students tell me they feel hess less in the home when they're so focused on photographing. it seems that digital technology is enabling -- we're so focused on those artifacts. the photo albums may be more extensive to preserve the pass, but we're hess engaged with the moment when it was the present. >> you teach this course, memory in the digital age, what do you think of schools giving students ipads and tablets instead of books. >> i don't know if they have replaced books, but if they're
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rollands. >> remember these two dates? that's right, now we have two more. the countdown crisis continues. what this new calendar means for your money. >> thank you, kristine, and thank you for starting your morning with us. we have a lot more coming up on "your day saturday." >> which continues right now. ♪ good morning thank you for being here, i'm ana cabrera. >> i'm victor blackwell. >> this is "new day saturday." >> two weeks and a day is how long a mother and father have been searching for their son today. >> he cannot communicate verbally and was last seen running out of school. >> hundreds of volunteers have been working around the clock at
subway stations, sewer systems, tunnels, and other places for the boys. >> in the search for avante, a mother's voice blasts from a vehicle. >>s it been two weeks. i mean if he was in the water, i'm sure he would have been found by now. >> delivers are using sonar to try to find them, but they said she believes her son is still alive. >> i think someone has him. i think they're holding on to him. and they won't let him out. >> he can't communicate using words. he was last seen october 4th. he was seen walking out of his
school and then running down the street. within hours of his disappearance, bloodhounds hit on the sent in a marsh and a subway station. >> no one has given up, that's a fact. new york is a big place. >> two weeks later, his picture is plastered everywhere. >> i think people empathize with the parents, the condition of the young boy, you know, he is autist autistic, and i think people can feel for the parents and the family here, particularly, as a result of that. >> more than 100 police officers are on the case. the reward for finding him is now more than $77,000. >> i think he is in this area. i'm praying he is, and i'm
praying whoever has him so just let him go. >> his father is holding on to hope and after two weeks his mother is holding her breath in a city full of people who are searching for their son. >> he is special, loving, and a caring child. whoever has him out there, please be kind to him. and let him go. let him come home to his family. the key here is keeping the focus on avante. we should be hearing what they have to say today in the next hour. >> where are they searching right now? where is the focus? >> we know the search is of course city wide, but a source tells cnn that police are focused on a railroad depot in new york city. we know the boy loved trains. victor? >> hopefully this family gets
their son to come home soon. >> from forgery to freedom. two inmates are out of prison after using fake release papers. charles walker and joseph jenkins were supposed to be locked up for the rest of their lives, now authorities are searching for them. >> and they have a serious head start. the first to go free left the correction center late last month. nick, who is responsible here. now that we know this search is going on and people are trying to find these inmates, who is to blame? >> that is the main question at this hour, but no one seems to have answers as to who is at fault, whose mistake this is, and there is no clear answer for how this happened. it all unravelled a week ago
today. the mother of one of those victims received a letter from the florida department of corrections telling her her son's killer had been freed. that was bizarre because she knew that man was serving a life sentence and she was not eligible to be let out early. take a listen to the reaction. >> we are in shock. we're frightened, and we feel let down that the system let us down. i understand that the state attorney and the judge had nothing to do with it, but somebody, i don't know if it was an ideas job besides -- i don't think they did this. they had help, do i believe that. they had to have help.
>> and she said she got a call from a family friend that notified her that her son's killer was walking around in an orlando area mall free. >> surprising this can happen, and yet we learned this has happened before, right? yeah, that has a lot of people here locally scratching their heads. how the florida officials here were not privy that the florida schemes were happening. in 2011, jeffrey forbes tried to get an early release by forbing a similar type of document, and if it wasn't for a private detective watching the case forbes may be free at this time. the ironic twist is that october 7th is a day that florida officials here filed charges for those fraudulent documents against forbes. the next day, charles walker was
set free using similar types of forged paperwork. >> hopefully we get the answer to the question of who is responsible. nick in florida for us, thank you. >> and where are the suspects? the mother of a teenager suspect in a bully suicide case has been arrested in florida. she faces charges of child abuse after this video surfaced of her allegedly beating several children. she said the charges are unrelated to her 14-year-old daughter's case. her daughter is accused of felony stocking and a suicide of 12-year-old rebecca sedwick. she killed herself after enduring months of online bullying. edward snowden's father visited his son for the first time.
on day one, when my son -- when the news broke on june 9th, june 10th the fbi was in my home and i specifically told them there was no question in my mind. i know my son, i said he would die before he would sell secrets to a foreign government that would harm his country. i know that for a fact. >> u.s. officials charged him with espioage. >> maybe it's time to get your winter clothes out. get out your ear muffs. chilly temperatures are sweeping across the u.s., snow is falling already. >> i don't have ear muffs. etc. bring in karen mcguinness.
ear muffs or not, the cold is coming. >> yes, take a look at some of these totals. one out of cheyenne,woman. yesterday in yellow stone park, they had a morning low of 11 degrees. unbelievable. the snowfall is going to materialize against the upper mississippi river valley. two back to back storm systems. they move through fairly quickly. whatever precipitation comes down fairly swiptly, ftly. look at denver. this is spectacular. they had about an inch of snowfall. it was an early, heavy, wet snowfall. some of the mountains to the west saw three to six inches. typically a high temperature would be around of 66, but look at dodge city, kansas.
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barrier. unbelievable. >> yes, that is cool. this morning, a flight was forced to make an emergency landing because of mechanical problems. the flight was headed from dallas to australia. but no one was hurt. the next time you go to the airport you may not have to wait in the long security lines. >> beginning next month, the tsa will expand the precheck program to more than 300 airports. right now only frequent fliers on some airlines may be able to participate. >> it really saves a lot of time and it sounds too good to be true, we know. but here to explain and unpack the nuts and bolts of this is
mark murphy, the author of "travel unscripted." good to have you. explain how this program works. basically you pay an $85 fee starting in november that gives you a background check and a fingerprinting because they want to know who you are and validate you. up until now if you weren't a frequent flier, you couldn't qualify it so this opens it up to the general flying public and that is a great thing because we want to speed through security because it's getting to be a major headache. >> as you mention ited it will t you. >> anybody is eligible starting in november. it will be in 350 airports by the middle of next year so they say. we'll see how that rollout goes, and if you're part of let's say the global entry program, which i was, that $100 i paid for that
for five years goes towards the tsa precheck program. so you can get into it any number of ways, and i think that covers you coming in from an immigration standpoint, fast track, and precheck as you go out. >> and you can use it for international travel with the global -- in the screening, what are they looking for to determine if you're eligible for this? >> in the beginning it was i'm a frequent traveler on a plane every week. why make me go through the same thing that somebody you don't know has to go through. and as long as i have fingerprints and a background check, they could do it even further. that's where they bring that together with the general leisure traveler. if they're willing to pay that $85, they know that person is
less of a threat. and that way you can go through the expedited screening process. >> could cutting corners for certain people, though, create additional flight risks? >> i don't think so. again, you have to look at the individual. we talk about profiling, not profiling? at the end of the day, a guy like me that travels every week, i fly sometimes as much as pilots. what's my threat versus the person you have never seen that shows up with a one-way ticket somewhere. so you will have that ability, f fingerprinted, background check. you will give up your privacy as a result. you could take about 3:00 to get through security instead of in some cases 45 minutes or an hour. >> or an hour and a half sometimes in atlanta. the busiest airport in the
world. it's always good to have these conversations about getting through the lines quickly and saving money when we're traveling with our families. mark, thank you. >> thanks victor, thanks, ana. students scrambling, colleges confused. the website that was supposed to make it easier for seniors to apply to colleges has a major blich. -- blich. life with crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis
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once. it is among the many colleges university that's use the service. just last year they say they processed hundreds and thousands of applications. this year it has been plagued with technical glitches. >> there should be struggle when it comes to putting four years on paper. >> comments about the technical problems have flooded common apps football page. one person tweeted i never going to be able to apply to college and included this picture of the common app sight. >> several universities are trying to ease worried by changing their deadline. they were flooded with calls from concerned students. >> we're not going to let technology punish a student for
something that is outside of their control. if that means extending a deadline, we're going to do that. >> they atranscripted some of the issues to, quote, a spike in activity. they're working to fix the glitches and offered suggestions for users having trouble. >> it just worked! i guess you're good luck. back in atlanta, voss was able to log on in front of us. >> what do you think that moment will be like? >> relief. >> there is enough stress that that time any way. hopefully they can all get in. up next, today's must see stories. let's start with this. a kangaroo hops into an airport. stand by for the punch line.
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a real funeral in new mexico. on the show, walter white was a meth cooking drug kingpin, so the sheriff was happy to see it put to rest. >> people are giving donations to take part in the fiunerafune. a cool idea. a great idea. i didn't know there was so many people that wow pay to see a character's funeral. >> i haven't watched the show. i don't know the draw. >> thanks for watching today. >> now more on the debt ceiling show down. >> nothing has done more damage to america's credibility in the world. our standing with other countries, than the spectacle that we have seen these past several weeks.
>> and it is not over yet. the count down to the next crisis is on. two days on the calendar that you will see when "your money" starts. we'll see you back here at the top of the hour. the government is open for business, america can pay it's bills for now. i'm christine romans. >> congratulations washington. >> i want to thank the leadership for coming together. >> you once again narrowly diverted a disaster of your own making. >> holding the u.s. hostage -- >> in exchange for ransom. >> the debt ceiling was raised and the government reopened. in other words what should have occurred from the start. >> this whole shut down has been completely un