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in from all over africa, continue to make mandela's dream a reality, maybe there's hope for the rest of us. i can te will be more arrests. >> they plotted this. it just wasn't an overnight situation. somebody on the outside helped them, as i said. it's not all on them. they didn't do it all on their own. >> two convicted killers back behind bars after forged documents allowed them to walk out of jail so how did they do it and who helped them? plagued with problems since its rollout weeks ago. today, president obama expected to answer obama care critics but can he offer any solutions? couldn't turn back.
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far track. we went through it. scared. >> australia on fire. hundreds of homes destroyed as more than 50 fires flare across the country. we are live. good morning, everyone. it is monday. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman? >> i'm pamela brown. >> welcome here, anchor hero, pamela brown. >> thank you. >> the capture of two escaped killers in florida. these dramatic arrests caught on this cell phone video. the convicted murderers walked right out of the same prison after recordly forging release documents. now as florida residents breathe an unsable sigh of relief, law enforcement officials are coming in for some tough, tough questioning. how on earth could this happen? cnn's nick valencia reports.
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>> oh, my god. they have been looking for them. those are u.s. marshals. >> reporter: the two convicted killers this cell phone video shows the moment their manhunt ended. joseph jenkins and charles walker said little after first court appearance after being raefed. officials tell cnn the two were waiting for a ride from atlanta when they were busted. unarmed. they were detained without incident. on a press conference on wednesday, the two convicts serving life sentences were accidentally relieved after showing forged paper work and apparently this had happened twice before. only the inmates were caught before they got out. >> it is embarrassing. but my concentration at this point is i think everyone else here is making sure that we come up with the process and a procedure that proihibits this from happening in the future.
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>> reporter: they are trying to figure out how the two duped the system and obtained the fake documents. >> there is underlying speculation that there was a source where for certain some money that these documents could be constructed for $,000. whether that is true or not will be determined. >> reporter: cnn legal analyst mark o'meara said they must have had help. >> it has to be somebody on the inside. it has to be. somebody in the clerk's office, somebody in the courthouse and maybe somebody in a state attorney's office position, a secretary maybe who can actually get that paper work done. >> reporter: standing at his father's grave, robert pew jokes up while his killer charles walker was on the run he struggled reliving his family's nightmare. >> he had no remorse when he killed our father in front of us the first time. >> reporter: telling cnn that additional arrests are expected.
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nick valencia, cnn, panama city, florida. the frustration growing over problems with the obama care insurance exchange website. president obama today will address the complaints during a white house event. the administration now says just under 500,000 people have put in applications for the exchange but unclear who has signed up for coverage. senator john mccain joining the chorus saying, enough is enough. >> send air force one out to silicon valley and load it up with some smart people and bring them back to washington and fix this problem. it's ridiculous and everybody knows that. >> the administration claims it is doing just that, promising it is going to bring in the, quote, best and brightest to fix the health site. >> a little bit scary. that is how a treasury secretary jack lew is describing the government shutdown. scary for a lot of people and not to mention infuriating. lawmakers cannot let another one happens says jack lew.
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the treasury secretary also went into another physical fight calling an end to the across the board spending cuts set for march 1st that went into place on march 1st, i should say. a tentative settlement between the obama administration and one of the country's biggest ban banks. jp morgan chase has settled into the mortgage business. they have been accused of misleading including fannie mae and freddie mac about the quality of mortgaged-backed securities during the housing boom. ferguson investigators have rested two high ranking navy officers giving information about ship locations to a defense contractor. the contract in exchange is accused of giving the officers
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prostitutes and other kinds of kickbacks. "the washington post" says the contractor used that information to land lucrative deals to service ships and ports and may have overbilled the navy to the tune of millions of dollars. a new warning from a top official in iran over international nuclear negotiations. a parliament speaker there says the country may actually increase its atomic work if the west pushes too hard for concessions. less than a week ago that iranian officials met with officials in geneva. civil war set for the end-of-know of. the arab league plans on international conference in geneva in november. the goal is to try to convince the assad regime and opposition groups to stop fighting and agree to some kind of transitional government. not clear if any of those opposition groups might actually
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attend this meeting. more than a hundred thousand people are believed to have been killed since the war began there two and a half years ago. more than 30 people killed sunday in a massive suicide attack right outside the syrian city of hama. the smoke said to be visible for miles around. you see the smoke there in that video. according to reports an al qaeda linked militant group has taken responsibility and most of the dead were civilians. in egypt weekend protesters led to backers of mohammed morsi and anti-riot police. the protest taking inside the campus of the major university there. demonstrators hurled stones and broke windows and made their way into the streets where they encountered police who were shooting tear gas. more attacks on churches on sunday night in cairo. mass gunmen killed a man and a
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woman and wounded an 8-year-old girl during a wedding. libya's prime minister is speaking out more than a week after being kidnapped by militia men. the prime minister told reporters it is difficult to run the government with so many militias holding essentials -- he blamed two lawmakers for orchestrating his capture and detention saying someone to, quote, height tijack the state. that is snow, folks, falling for the first time in areas around that state. a scene not far from fargo. not far from minnesota. residents saw a little over an inch or so on sunday. the snowfall coming before most of the trees in the area had a chance to drop their leaves. not unusual to get snow in minnesota or north dakota in october, but, typically, it doesn't happen until like november, after halloween.
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that's fair. before halloween, not fair. >> i remember when i lived in d.c. and it snowed in october. we called it snow tober. >> that is like -- >> exactly. on that note, talking about the winter weather, let's get an early look at our weather can warren maginnis. good morning. we are expecting breezy weather conditions in boston and new york city. but here comes the big shot of that not just cool air but it's really going to be cold in some motio portions of the mist. they are called clippers because they move through fairly quickly and for north dakota, grand forks, and into international falls, minnesota, 2 to 4 inches of snowfall expected there. if you're traveling to the west coast, looks like pretty much sunshine will dominate the weather picture. tail end of a frontal system swijs across florida so in the vicinity of those showers, if
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you're traveling, some of the airports there, maybe a few minor delays expected. for chicago, 48. guess what? tuesday, only in the low 40s. so definitely the colder air is in place there. dallas 72. los angeles expecting 71 for a high. back to you. >> our thanks for that look at the weather right now. so the streak is over. the denver broncos not undefeated. this was a serious grudge match. peyton manning was back in indianapolis for the first time since he left the colts. he brought his team, the undefeated -- once undefeat broncos but it was andrew luck, the new quarterback for the indianapolis colts, who had something to prove and prove, it he did. he there for three touchdown passes and ran for another. look at this right there. virtually untouched into the end zone. they knocked off the broncos and peyton manning 39-33. manning threw for a lot of yards and some touchdown but he looked pretty human in the game. some wobbly passes and he was sacked four times and hard to throw when you're on the ground
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there. he also threw a pick. the broncos looked poised to tie the game when he threw that interception. this ends denver's 17-game regular season winning streak. there is that -- there is a touchdown pass he got right there. that went well for peyton manning. the rest of the game, not so much. >> humble experience to say the least. >> he still has a super bowl ring and is peyton manning. >> i don't really feel sorry for him, to be honest. coming up on "early start." >> gun it, gun it. speed it up. speed up, speed up. you can feel the intense heat coming through the windows. >> inside a string of deadly fires burning across australia. hundreds of homes destroyed so far. we are live. and back here, more than 20 people engulfed in flames on purpose? we will tell you the story behind this bizarre video. that's just ahead. [ male announcer ] if you can clear a crowd but not your nasal congestion,
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and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. a state of emergency in australia where severe fires racing through the eastern part of the country not far from sydney. sydney is developed in snok and concerns this morning these fires are really only about to get worse. robin curnow is outside there.
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>> reporter: night is about to fall here. we can some of the fighters coming back from their ship covered head-to-toe in dark ash. they are trying to stay ahead of the fire. these are serious fires. in terms of the amounts of land already burned, about roughly the size of new york city. >> what is driving these fires this morning? any sense of what started it, robin? >> reporter: a combination of factors. weather, of course. unseasonably hot weather. dry. mot a lot of rain and winds helping to fuel some of the fires. and so there is this concern that the various uncontrolled active fires we are seeing around these locations might join up to create this sort of megafire. some young terges have been charged with acts of vandalism
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of arson. we also know there is also an investigation into whether a military exercise perhaps sparked off one of the fires. all in all, a combination that is being really a perfect recipe for some of the worst fires we have seen in this area in decades. >> wow. so military exercise, perhaps arson. you don't like to hear that. other words you don't like to hear are uncontrolled and about to get worse. any sense of how long the fire crews there might get the upper hand? >> reporter: well, i think people are looking at the weather report and what they see is wednesday being a real worry for them. they know that the temperatures are going to get hotter. the winds are going to become more erratic and more stronger. i think people here, as you can see, the firefighters behind me, they really are planning ahead for wednesday. of course, as night falls, the temperatures have dropped so they really got to push ahead to contain the fire. as they move out here from the
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push fire controlled area, they are going to be going out and really trying to stay ahead of the fire by back burning but wednesday is the day that everyone is worried about. >> let's hope they get things in hand by then. robin curnow, outside sydney, thanks for being with us. back here closer to home the anti-terrorism task force is investigating a series of incidents that have the potential for injuring a lot of people. lasers being shined at commercial airline flights as they are taking off or landing. it's happening with increasing frequency. the fbi says incidents have increased 17% since last year. >> lacers are not physically hurting the airplane but the laser can blind the pilot at least temporarily and the effect of this startling burst of light into the airplane cockpit. the worst case scenario a pilot
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loses control of the airplane. a tragic accident. >> at this point no link to terrorism and may be pranks to those who have easy access to laser equipment but authorities say it could be dangerous and deadly and if people behind the lacers are caught, they could face jail time. cyanide is what killed an alleged victim of whitey bulger. one who wanted to testify in bulger's trial was found dead but his death was was apparently not found linked to whitey bulger. a business associate much franks is found to lacing his coffee with poison. a man arrested at new york's contend airport after security officials discovered a shocking number of knives and blades in his carry-on luggage. he was charged on friday. police say the 29-year-old man
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from long island was also carrying several scissors, lighters, and matches. i have a story you're going to love right now. a very emotional homecoming for a second grader in macon, georgia, and her mother. kimberly foster was in school when she went to the library with her school mates when she got a surprise visit from a familiar person coming home from overseas. >> how long has it been since you've seen mommy? >> she put these on her computer where i could skype her. >> i'm so happy to see you, honey! how do you feel right now?
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>> happy and kind of surprised. >> kind of surprised? >> you said the 17. >> i love that. calling her out. >> did you see the smile on that face when she saw her mother? >> speechless. >> she is speechless. >> i love that. joseline foster is in the air force and was in southeast asia. her daughter says she has one plan now that mom is home, that is to have fun with her. look at that hug. >> i'm sure they can take care of having fun. that is a feel good story. coming up here on "early start." >> you're looking at vendors that are putting these products to market without doing a lot of thorough research to security. >> criminals finding a new way to target their victims. how they could get inside your home without you ever even knowing it. that's up next.
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welcome back. a disturbing story to share with you now and it's about your computer and hackers as cnn "money "lori segal tells us people are finding new ways to spy on you using the electronics around your home. >> reporter: cyberattacks hitting close to home. just recently a baby monitor hacked and watching us while we watch tv. in a world where we are all online all the time can you ever really flip the switch? >> we are looking actually at a live shot of a friend's house and an individual we don't know but it is a live shot of somebody's home. >> reporter: it turns out the web cams inside your house can be turned on even when you're not home.
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how rampant is this? >> i would say many, if not more than half of the ip cameras at least have an issue where it doesn't prompt the user to change the default and password or it has a vulnerability you can bypass security and good range of the camera. >> reporter: it's not just your web cam. here we are looking at a traffic camera. >> it will automatically -- >> reporter: kyle is a security researcher. his goal is to call attention to these problems. >> many times, you can actually manipulate the camera themselves if you can actually get into the code where you can turn the camera, you can turn the leds on and off. >> reporter: even children's laptops have been compromised. >> you are looking at vendors putting these products to market without doing thorough research into security. >> reporter: other times it's the router connected to the camera that has a flaw. the exports kyle was using
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haven't been if i could by the manufacturer. >> many of these can be done anywhere from around the world. >> reporter: i certainly don't want somebody turning on my web cam at home. what can i do to protect myself? >> change the default user name and change the default password. >> reporter: if you want to be careful always turn off remote access to your camera. >> by default, we can set them up we can remote into the cameras from other locations. say i'm at work and want to see what is going on at home. that is one of the main benefits of having these cameras but also one of the main vulnerabilities. if i can remote from my work back into my home, then potentially anyone can remote in from anywhere in the world back to my home. >> lori segal, cnn money, new york. >> how creepy is that? so many people have these baby cameras now and somebody could be hacking into that and watching your baby. >> it's one thing, you know, we knew that someone could hack into your computer on your web cam on your computer but baby cams? >> creepy. >> you are saying parents are
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now taking -- >> so many people have like the baby monitors. it used to be just audio and now a camera can be fixed on the kid and people are hacking into that. that is plain creepy. speaking of creepy. we have a bizarre story now. we should tell you everyone here is okay. believe it or not that is crazy. this was all planned. 21 people set themselves on fire over the weekend, breaking a guinness world record. is there a record for this apparently. this is for fireproof suits which is great news considering they are are all on fire here. the fire department was ready to put out the flames if anything went wrong. looks like "thriller." like a bizarre video. this is from a printing company that raised money for a food bank and helps women and children in africa. a great record but a great
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cause. >> if there is a record for this? >> put yourself on fire as part of a harmless joke. >> i was nervous to say we should do that. i don't know. i'm not setting myself on fire. >> exactly. has to be an extraordinary circumstance for that. coming up on this monday morning, a young girl living in squalor. police are asking who is this girl and where did she come from? we have the mounting answers to the questions in this mounting case after the break. stay with us. u're having triple. [ babies crying ] surprise -- your house was built on an ancient burial ground. [ ghosts moaning ] surprise -- your car needs a new transmission. [ coyote howls ] how about no more surprises? now you can get all the online trading tools you need without any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science.
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they were registered with fake birth certificates. >> a young girl found living in filth but when police began questioning the people they thought were her parents, a shocking new mystery began to unravel. we are live with this really interesting story.
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former vice president dick cheney on the record revealing how he thought terrorists could try to kill him. >> a big wow there. >> uh-huh. i tell you what, that is a life or death struggle out there in the water. >> reporter: strand at sea for 14 hours after their boat cap-sized. an amazing story of survival. welcome back to "early start." i'm pamela brown hoping your monday is off to a great start. >> i'm john berman. great to see you this morning. this morning, many questions about a little girl found living at a camp in greece and some are calling gypsies and not clear how she got there and why two people were posing as her parents. erin mclaughlin is live for us in london tracking the developments of this story. good morning for you to you. what are investigators saying about this? >> reporter: pamela, they are still trying to figure out there. the charity responsible for the girl known as maria has received over 8,000 phone calls from
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around the world in response to their appeal for more information to try and find this girl's identity of those calls, police are following up on eight of them. four of them are from the united states. now, the mystery surrounding this girl first came to light last week when investigators were doing a routine inspection of this roma camp in central greece when they came across a little girl with striking features. blond hair and blue eyes and looked nothing like the couple who said they were, at the time, her parents. upon further investigation, the dna results found that she was not their daughter so now this couple, a 39-year-old male and a 40-year-old woman will appear in court later today. they are facing charges of abduction of a minor as well as falsifying documents. >> this couple who posed as her parents initially, what are they saying now? >> reporter: the family is
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saying this little girl was well taken care of. they even invited the media into their home showing the little girl's toys. the family lawyer speaking out that a bulgarian woman gave them her little girl saying she could not take care of the child. the family lawyer, let's take a listen to what he had to say to reporters. >> claims, claims that we never abduct this child. we just adopted her with way nonlegal. that's where -- we are in the middle of investigation, a private investigation. we're in the middle of investigation. we hope that tonight or tomorrow, we are -- we will find the mother. >> reporter: so they appear to be acknowledging an illegal adoption but not a illegal
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abduction. police saying this couple's story has changed many times and the couple has 14 children and six of those children are within a time span of ten months. >> you mentioned earlier that tips have come flooding in since the picture was relieved including some tips from the united states. do you think we could hear soon from the girl's real mother? >> reporter: i think that very much remains to be seen and what everyone on the ground in greece are working to try to find this girl's parents. >> erin, live in london, thank you. former vice president dick cheney was apparently worried that terrorists would kill him by hacking into a device that was keeping him alive. in an interview with our dr. sanjay gupta that aired first on cbs "60 minutes," the former vice president said he had doctors disable a wireless feature on his implanted heart
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device. he worried that terrorists might find a way to hack that device and send a deadly jolt to his heart, killing him. if you're like me i know what you're thinking. this sounds exactly like homeland. this was a plot in the "homeland" tv show. cheney was asked about that and the he said that was accurate portrayal of what was possible. this interview will air again tomorrow night on "ac 360" at 8:00 p.m. eastern on cnn. >> wow. this morning we are hearing more now from ted cruz, the republican senator who helped lead the fight that led to the government shutdown. he tells our dana bash in an cnn exclusive he sticks by his call for obama care to be done away with. when asked if he is running for the white house, he said he is focused on being in the senate. >> i get that everyone wants to talk politics. >> you know, some trips to some
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of the first primary and caucus states might be little hints. >> but look. there is a reason for that. which is the only way to win this fight and, for that matter win some of the other gits we have had, is to energize and activate the grass roots of the american people. i've traveled all over the country to town halls and rallies to make the case to the american people you don't get 2 million people signing a national petition without going directly to the people and what we are trying to do, listen, i think what we are trying to do is bigger than the economy and the budget and bigger than even obama care. what we are trying to do is change how washington operates. the reason people are so frustrated is career politicians in both parties aren't listening to you and each more than thven the american people have a good sense the system is rigged. >> cruz not commenting whether he might push for another shutdown when the current government funding bill runs out. he is one of the biggest names in the democratic party. newark mayor cory booker is is
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not-elect cory booker after winning a senate seat last week. what happens next could help define his future. >> i want to go down there and black and blue be the best me possible. >> reporter: so far it's worked for cory broork wooker who has had trouble drawing a crowd and why he may get a very warm welcome when he goes to washington. rutgers university political science professor ross baker. >> i think he will be a great fund-raiser. >> reporter: booker, the mayor of newark, is so widely known, he has a twitter following of 1.4 million people. his campaign for the senate boasted big celebrity endorsements. marketing experts say he has a powerful and recognizable brand. >> in washington, he'll have star power. i think the biggest brand to hit washington since hillary. >> reporter: if you ask the
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senate elect he insists his team in washington won't be building a bigger name for himself. >> a lot i have to learn so i have to go to work and put my head down and study and learn and be back in new jersey as much as to directly serve people like i've been doing as mayor. >> reporter: back at rutgers, baker says if the mayor of newark wants to succeed as a senator he has to prove he can work with others. >> he can be very visible and people will expect him to exude that incredible charisma that he has but i think he would be well visited to keep it in check. >> reporter: it could prove check considering the background noise. some are saying he is a pick for a vice presidential run in 2016. no now a question he is convict to deflect. >> look. i've also heard that i might be a choice for the giants right now. they are having a tough time this season so maybe i might get called in. >> reporter: whatever he decides to run for, cory booker won't have much of a break in the
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campaign mode. 15 months left for the rest of frank lautenberg's assignment. the state supreme court in new jersey has roefused of winga stay. also in new jersey, problems for some homeowners who were hit by superstorm sandy. consumer advocates say some are being shortchanged. the problem? insurance adjusters who apparently did not calculate the damages properly or did not include the cost of sales tax in their estimates. the insurance companies dispute that. the bay area after a bart
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commuter train struck and killed two transit workers. the train they say hit the workers who were inspecting a section of track east of oakland. bart is officially shut down as officials remain on strike locked in a dispute over pensions and benefits. this is an incredible story. two out on a homemade sailboat on friday traveling from salem, massachusetts, to bot when the boat they were in cap-sized them. they had no radio. no way to call for help. their only life jacket had drifted away. but they held on and relied on their faith to get them through for 14 hours. >> we knew it would be a long night. we knew our best chance was to stay with the boat and that not to panic.
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>> we prayed together. >> yeah. and then encouraging each other because we knew -- i tell you what, that's a life and death struggle out there in the water. >> brutal lesson in survival there. eventually a fishing crew spotted them and alerted the authorities. the men roefused treatment. it's important to have a life jacket and have an emergency equipment like a radio to use. they were lucky in many ways. the water was in the high 50s. think about it. >> this time of the year it could be much tropical stormier out there and you're saying always wear a life jacket. the other option, stay on the beach. a homemade boat? >> but they had used it before and never had any issues. the winds picked up and trying to make their way back to say legal and, obviously, didn't get there. >> they are lucky to be live this morning. coming up for us, shocking
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welcome back to "early start." it has been nearly three years since an earthquake and tsunami led to a catastrophic melt down in japan daiichi nuclear plant
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and the work on that nuclear plant continues today. some of the people tasked with keeping toxic material in check are speaking out. here is paula hancocks. >> reporter: they are the workers trying to contain the worst nuclear disaster in a quarter of a century. a vital and dangerous job but this worker at this fukushima pour pla power plant is not treated well and is scared if he complains, he will be fired. he tells me he works 300 meters from the tank. we only knows the facts when we got home. there is no explanation about what is happening and how dangerous it might be. tepco says this leak was not dangerous to workers as they were wearing protective gear telling cnn neve a system in place to know the generator levels in their area.
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this is a very complicated issue says tepco spokesman. once this trouble occurs we assess what emergency measures are necessary and if it doesn't affect the workers directly we don't explain the issue. as a subcontractor and not a direct tepco employee this man is paid 50 dollars lower than what we saw for a similar job with another subcontractor at the same plant. paid by his company and not directly by tepco he worries the danger money workers are promised for possible radiation exposure is skimped off by some companies. report of middlemen rich from this disaster to questionnaires and tepco says 30% of those who responded said they received no danger pay for working at the plant. a dozen companies contacted by cnn, two dismissed claims and one was aware of the issue.
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tepco says it's doing the same. this man worked as a subcontractor at the plant immediately after the 2011 disaster and doesn't believe tepco and his contractors are independence in fairness for workers. to cut costs he says tepco brought in a contractor. they are bidding so low. it's simple. excessive cost cutting is making workers suffer. tepco says the bids are necessary and say it's adequate. hailed as miracle workers they say they are underappreciated and underpaid. paula hancocks, fukushima, japan. 48 minutes after the hour. coming up for us, peyton manning's big return to indianapolis, he ran into a bit
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peyton manning actually received a fairly warm welcome by fans in his return to indianapolis, but andrew luck and the colts played inspired football. they spoiled the whole thing. >> they sure did and ended the big winning streak they have been on. joe carter has more in "the bleacher report." >> good morning. the colts celebrated their past, they got a nice glimpse into their very bright future. you know, plain and simple, andrew luck outplayed peyton manning, proof that the indy management made the right decision to let peyton go and draft luck. before the game the colts had a nice moment. they honored peyton manning with a standing ovation about two minutes and played a video of the best moments from his career
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with the colts. robert mathis was peyton's teammate for seven seasons and never came five feet within him in practice but he was all over him last night. you can say indianapolis is officially andrew luck's city now. he had three touchdowns and ran in no another. it was the colts night in the end winning 39-33. >> i truly appreciated. it was a great reception from the fans and i actually appreciated that as well. something i'll always remember. i'm very grateful for it. really pretty special and something i'll always remember. >> after winning just two games all of last season, the kansas city chiefs are off to a 7-0 start this season! the chiefs are the only undefeated team left in the nfl. you know, the strength of this team is really their outstanding defense. a late game turnover locked up the one-point win over houston
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texans. what can you say about the texans? started the season 2-0 and now lost five games in a row. one of the top stories in the lineup section of bleacherreport.com is the patriots loss to the jets because of a never before called penalty in overtime. the patriots chris jones was flagged for using his teammate essentially as a battering ram. a new rule you can't push your teammate into the opponent's formation and that penalty gave the jets more manageable field goal. the field goal was good. the game was over. the jets beat the pats in what seems like forever. the red sox are headed to the world series but your patriots lose on a wacky penalty, berman, how about that? >> i thought it was a makeup call for the ball four on xander bogaerts before shane victorino's home run.
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i don't want to gripe too much because the patriots should have had that game won before but i couldn't believe it! >> it's one of those things where it's like that had been something that teams had been using for a lot of years grabbing their teammate and basically running over the center like that to get to the field goal but they instituted the rule in the off-season and this is the first time they have actually used it. >> it's not -- it didn't look like it factor into the play and not like they launched the guy. he didn't get his hand on the ball. like a little nudge and both on on the line of scrimmage and bill belichick says negates the penalty to begin with. the patriots blew that game a lot earlier but a strange thing to see. >> very strange and good for geno smith finally getting a good win against a great team. >> we could go on. >> we will come back and talk about this during the whole 5:00 hour. in the meantime, we will be right back. [ male announcer ] if you can clear a crowd but not your nasal congestion,
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welcome back, everyone. 58 minutes after the hour. we are taking a look at the very top cnn trends on the web this morning. you get a piece of oprah. yes. you get a piece of oprah if you're willing to pay, that is. oprah is selling off a lot of
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her personal favorite things in an auction to benefit her leadership academies college fund. the items from her homes in santa barbara and chicago and two other homes. they range from a doll carriage. got to get rid of those. to 18th century bureau which is selling about 50 grand and portraits and memorabilia and the top show queen's personal vespa scooter. >> i'd go for that. right around new york. gravity is packing them in at the multiplex. the space thriller earning $31 million at the box office and third straight weekend on top of the charts and earned back enough to reimburse the studio's investment. the wikileaks story landed in eighth. grossing a mere $1.7 million.
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wow. "gravity" keeps on rolling. "early start" continues right now. i can tell you that there will be more arrests. >> they plotted this. it wasn't an overnight situation. somebody on the outside helped them, as i said. it's not all on them. they didn't it all on their own. >> two convicted killers back behind bars after forced documents allowed them to just walk out of jail. how on earth did they do this? the big question this morning, who helped them? and plagued with questions. couldn't turn back. we went through it.
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>> look at on those flames. australia on fire this morning. hundreds of homes destroyed as more than 50 fires fanning flames across that country could be about to get much worse. we are live on the scene there. good morning, everyone. it is monday. great to see you this week. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm pamela brown. i hope your monday is off to a great start on this monday in the morning. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. we begin in florida where two escaped killers are back in custody. these dramatic arrests caught on this cell phone video. the convicted murderers walked out of the same prison after reportedly forging their release documents. now as florida residents breathe an understandable sigh of relief this morning allow officials are coming in for tough questioning mainly how did this happen? cnn's nick valencia reports.
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>> oh, my god. they have been looking for them. those are u.s. marshals. >> reporter: the two convicted killers, this cell phone video shows the moment their manhunt ended. 80 miles from where their escape began. joseph jenkins and charles walker said little during their first court appearance after being arrested. officials tell cnn the two were waiting for a ride from atlanta to this panama city beach hotel when they were busted. unarmed. they were detained without incident. on a press conference on wednesday, the two convicts serving life sentences were accidentally released after showing forged paper work and apparently this had happened twice before. only the inmates were caught before they got out. >> it is embarrassing. but my concentration at this point is i think everyone else here is making sure that we come up with the process and a procedure that prohibits this from happening in the future. >> reporter: law enforcement has launched an investigation to figure out how jenkins and
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walker duped the system and obtained the fake documents. >> there is underlying speculation that there was a source where for certain some money that these documents could be constructed for $8,000. whether that is true or not will be determined. >> reporter: cnn legal analyst mark o'meara said they must have had help. >> it has to be somebody on the inside. it just has to be. somebody in the clerk's office, somebody in the courthouse and maybe even somebody in a state attorney's office position, a secretary maybe who can actually get that paper work done. >> reporter: standing at his father's grave, robert pew chokes up while his killer charles walker was on the run he struggled reliving his family's nightmare. >> he had no remorse when he killed our father in front of us the first time. >> reporter: police are now promising to hold all who are accountable.
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telling cnn that additional arrests are expected. nick valencia, cnn, panama city, florida. turning to the growing frustration directed at the white house over problems with the obama care insurance exchange website. the president today will address the complaints during a white house event. the administration now says just under 500,000 people have put in applications through the exchanges. but unclear who has signed up for coverage. senator john mccain joining the chorus saying, enough is enough. >> it's been a fiasco. send air force one out to silicon valley and load it up with some smart people and bring them back to washington and fix this problem. it's ridiculous and everybody knows that. >> the administration claims it is doing just that, promising it is going to bring in the, quote, best and brightest to fix the health care site. >> they are calling it a tech surge to help the obama care website. at least two high ranking navy officers under arrest this morning accused of accepting money and access to prostitutes in exchange for sensitive information about ship location.
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"the washington post" says a defense contractor used that information to land lucrative deals to service ships and ports and may have overbilled the navy to the tune of millions of dollars. one of iran's top lawmakers is warning the west don't push too far with nuclear negotiations. the parliament speaker says the country may increase its atomic work if the west pushes too hard for concessions. less than a week ago that iranian negotiators met with officials in geneva to talk about iran's nuclear program and it could turn to distress over the government with those talks. on it could be a step toward ending the civil war in syria. the arab league plans on international conference in geneva in november. the goal is to try to convince the assad regime and opposition groups to stop fighting and agree to some kind of transitional government. one of the business irs issues is not clear if any of those opposition groups might actually
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attend this meeting. more than a hundred thousand people are believed to have been killed since the war began there two and a half years ago. a suicide attack outside of hama in syria has left more than 30 people dead. the bomber driving a truck packed with propane tanks and now al qaeda linked group is claiming responsibility. most of the dead were civilians. a gross injustice being committed on the people of minnesota. check this out. that is snow! it is already falling in many parts of that state including this spot in the north central part of minnesota. residents saw just over an inch of snow on sunday. now i am told snow in october not unusual for minnesota, not unusual still. you don't usually see it in minnesota until after november 1st. >> a sign of things to come for us, right? >> it's going to happen. i'm incensed.
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what is on top today? >> indra petersons is here to make everything better with the weather this morning. >> not even close. a sign to come, you say, pam? you are on the money. this is the story. the cold air is diving down and spreading east as we go throughout the week. it's all thanks to still a series of cold fronts. we started this last week and still dealing with it. notice the one tail end of the cold front we saw over the weekend and spinning up light showers around the gulf today. the next one even more importantly, the third one and alberta clipper. it is a fast moving cold system and keep in mind the second one is cold enough as it is. one thing to remember about the alberta clippers they are dry and not looking for a lot out of it and a couple of flurries and still in the same regions around the lakes as well and also into the dakotas. but it does mean those temperatures go way down. look at the chicago expected today 11 degrees below normal. their highs in the 40s!
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if that feel bad, green bay, 42 and minneapolis 41. that is 15 below average and through tuesday, still dealing with the 40s. want to bring you over to the northeast because between tuesday and wednesday, that is the big day. tuesday you're talking about 60s. wednesday, dropping down to some 50s. >> wow. >> 30s at night maybe later this week up in the northeast? >> you love that, right? >> it's going to be a cold game. the world series starts in boston on wednesday night. just threw that in there. for making cold a two si syllable word. look at that customer at walmart. clearly was in search of something else. that is an alligator, folks stalking back and forth outside a walmart in florida somewhere northwest of orlando. the doors were locked so the alligator could not get in. not sure if he is looking for a sale or what. the human customers couldn't get close to that alligator.
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check that out. it stayed for about an hour and then headed back to a pond nearby. >> i bet he was looking for a sale. that must be what it was. coming up next. gun it. speed up. speed up. you could feel the heat intense heat coming through the windows. >> look at these pictures. inside a string of deadly, deadly fires. hundreds of homes destroyed so far. robin curnow is live with the latest coming up. back here in the united states, more than 20 people engulfed in flames. but you know what? they chose to do this. the story behind this bizarre video just ahead. plus, it is that time! it is time for your morning rhyme. tweet us with your own original verse. it can be about anything. we give extra points for creativity.
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overnight. they are going to try and essentially burn back and get ahead of these fires so there really is concern that particularly three fires in this vicinity are so aggressive and so uncontrolled and so active still that they are going to actually join together to create some sort of megafire. the things will get worse authorities are also saying because weather temperatures are expected to rise and also the winds are expected to become more erratic. to give you some sense how bad it has already been, the amount of land that is already being burned is roughly the size of new york city and the fires are still raging. authorities and people in this area are still deeply concerned how much more damage is going to be done. >> you really put it in perspective there the size of new york city. do we know what is driving these fires, robin? >> reporter: again, to sort of perfect recipe, winds that are
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too fast and too erratic, unseasonably hot weather and also it's been very dry weather here apparently. so the shrubs and the vegetation are quite dry. there is also incidents of arson. we also know that some power lines were blown over by some of these winds and sparking the fire. i think essentially what you're seeing is rather unfortunate cocktail and fires have sort of sparked from a number of reasons. there is a real worry that authorities are not going to be able to get on top of these fires to control them in the coming days. >> not really working in their favor. hoping they will get the upper hand soon. robin curnow, thank you. in a big concern for law enforcement in this country, lasers. apparently being shined at commercial aircraft. the fbi's antiterrorism task force is looking into a string
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of frightening incidents involving these lacers projected at flights as they are taking off for landing. this is happening with increasing frequency we are told especially around new york's three major airports. the fbi say incidents there have increased 17% since last year. >> laser is not going to hurt the airplane but blind the pilot, at least temporarily blind the pilot. just the affect of this startling burst of light into the airplane cockpit. the worst case scenario in the critical face of flight the pilot loses control of the airport potentially and a tragic accident. >> officials say no link to terrorism but it may be a series of pranks pulled by those who have easy access to this laser equipment but authorities say it's dangerous and it's dub ambd deadly and if the people behind the lacers are caught, they could face jail time. steven rakes who wanted to
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testify at bulger's trial was found dead in july but his death is not related to bulger who was found guilty in august of murder and racketeering. a business associate of rakes is charged with lacing his coffee with poison. an alarming number of blades and guns found in a man's bag in new york's laguardia airport. this man was charged with two counts of criminal possession of a weapon. police say the 29-year-old man from long island was carrying several scissors and lighters and matches. investigators say it was just a tragic accident. so far, no charges are being filed against a firefighter who ran over and killed a 16-year-old survivor of an jet that crashed at san francisco national airport last july. a fire truck responding to the burning plane rolled over the victim. he was he said to be lying on the tarmac and covered in firefighting foam. you want to see the best smile of all time? not yours, another one.
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>> thanks, john. 7-year-old kambia foster in school last week when she went to the library with her classmates and a surprise visitor arriving fresh from spending seven months overseas. >> how long has it been since you've seen mommy? >> she put these things on her computer so i could skype her. >> i'm so happy to see you, honey! >> you said 17! >> how do you feel right now? >> happy and -- >> surprised. >> -- and kind of surprised. >> don't do me again with that
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smile was amazing. joseline foster, the girl's mother, is in the air force in east asia and the daughter has one plan now that her mom is home, to have some fun. look at this smile and her hug. she is squeezing her mother so tight! >> i could watch that over and over again. coming up right here on "early start," a huge settlement deal between the government and one of the world's biggest financial companies. the details in "money time" is up next. life with crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis is a daily game of "what if's". what if my abdominal pain and cramps come back? what if the plane gets delayed? what if i can't hide my symptoms? what if? but what if the most important question is the one you're not asking?
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welcome back to "early start." it is monday. it is "money time." someone spending a lot of money this morning, christine romans. what is going on? >> it's not me. it's jamie dimon. the biggest fine paid by a company to settle the -- talking about jp morgan chase tentatively agreed to $13 billion settlement. here is how it breaks down. $9 billion in fines and penalties and $4 billion in consumer relief and include home loan modifications for people in their homes and have loans and settles civil charges and does not end the criminal investigation. jamie dimon pushed for a nonprosecution agreement but could not get it. we are told it came town to personal discussions and
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meetings with eric holder and jamie dimon. many of the mortgage-backed securities in question are required at the request of the government. remember in the financial crisis in 2008? jp morgan stepped in and bought baird stearnes. they are written either a lot of bad mortgages or sold them to the government and that is the problem. the government taxpayers -- you and i, taxpayers, paid a huge bailout for fannie mae and freddie mac to absorb this garbage that were written and, you know, -- crazy. any way jp morgan has paid a billion in fines. this is a very bad year for jamie dimon. they paid $410 million for electricity prices in california and the midwest and a loss in the third quarter based on massive legal expenses.
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when i was looking at the jp morgan earnings report or a loss at that point i never seen that kind of legal exposure. this has been a crazy year for jamie dimon. watching the jp morgan stock closely this morning not really moving at all. investors starting the week at a record high for the s&p 500. dow gave last week 1.1% and nasdaq 3.2%. look at the year. despite your crazy elected ofgs officials in washington, not an editorial comment, just a fact. the s&p 500 is up 22%. we will get a bunch of earnings reports about a third, 28% of the s&p companies will report earnings. i'm watching mcdonald and netflix. same store sales in mcdonald's
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they want to see how many miniofferings have performed. they have losing customers this year and want to see what is going on there. netflix subscriber expansion is a key indicator to this company's health. the stock is up 260% so far this year. >> unbelievable. >> that's crazy. when you look at the numbers up 20%, 30%. if you're losing money in the market this year you're doing a very bad job. >> or your broker is doing a bad job. >> someone is. absolutely. a young girl living in squalor. the people who claim to be her parents stand accused of kidnapping and police are asking now who is this girl and where did she come from? that is coming up after the break. ance agent. maxwell is not. he's on geico.com setting up an appointment with an adjuster.
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this family had 14 children in total and they were registered with fake birth certificates. >> a young girl found living in filth. when police began questioning the people they thought were her parents, a shocking new mystery began to unravel. we are live with this story. former vice president dick cheney on the record revealing how he thought terrorists could try to kill him. i tell you what, that is a life or death struggle out there in the water. >> stranded at sea for 14 hours after their boat cap-sized. this, folks, is an amazing story
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of survival. welcome, everyone. rise and shine. you're watching "early start" and i'm pamela brown. >> i'm john berman. 30 minutes after the hour right now. this morning two convicted killers are back in a florida jail weeks after walking out of prison thanks to forged documents. this cell phone video shows their arrest at a panama city hotel. the pair joseph jenkins and charles walker were waiting for a right when the police swooped in and arrested them. the forged documents from a judge said they should be relieved from prison early. now the families of the victims say they are relieved. >> i'm just filled with joy knowing that those two inmates has been apprehended. >> it is embarrassing. but my concentration at this point is, i think, as everyone else here is making sure that we come up with a process and a procedure that prohibits this from happening in the future. ultimately that is our
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responsibility. >> prison officials are not making clear how the documents got to them but police are promising more arrests as they look for whoever may have provided those documents. the procedures are now in effect requiring early release orders to be verified with judges directly, not just court clerks and an investigation into what went wrong is ongoing. i want to turn to greece in a mystery only raising more questions this morning. a little girl was found living at a roma camp in greece. not clear how she got there and why two people there were posing as her parents. erin mclaughlin is live for us in london tracking the developments of this story. what are investigators saying about this now, erin? >> reporter: hi, john. the couple, a 39-year-old man and 40-year-old woman have appeared in court in greece this morning. they are facing charges of abduction of a minor, as well as falsification of identification
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documents. meanwhile, the search for this little girl's real parents is still under way. the charity that is currently in charge of taking care of her has received over 8,000 phone calls from around the world in response to their appeal for help of those phone calls, police are following up on eight. four are from the united states. the mystery surrounding this little girl came to life last week with when investigators were doing a routine expectation of a roma camp site and came across the little girl and noticed her striking features blond hair and blue eyes looked nothing like the people posing as her family. dna tests later confirmed those suspicions. >> what is this couple apparently posing as this girl's parents, what do they say now? >> right now, the family is saying she was very well taken care of, very well looked after. their family lawyer saying that she was given to them by a
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bulgian woman who said she could no longer take care of the child. take a listen to what he had to say. >> claiming that we never abduct this child. we just adopted her with way nonlegal. that's where -- we are in the middle of investigation, a private investigation. we're in the middle of investigation. we hope that tonight or tomorrow, we are -- we will find the mother. >> reporter: so they appear to be acknowledging an illegal adoption but not a illegal abduction. plenty of questions in this case, john. >> a lot of questions and hoping that girl gets the care she needs and deserves this morning. erin mclaughlclaughlin, live th
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morning, thank you. former vice president dick cheney was apparently worried that terrorists would kill him by hacking into a device that was keeping him alive. in an interview with our dr. sanjay gupta that aired first on cbs "60 minutes," cheney said he had doctors disable a wireless feature on his implanted heart device. he worried that terrorists might find a way to hack that device and send a deadly jolt to his heart, killing him. you may remember this. john and i, we know this episode. this is an episode of the tv show "homeland," that used that exact possibility that cheney was talking about as a plot point. cheney said that was an accurate portrayal of what was possible. this interview will air again tomorrow night on "ac 360" at 8:00 p.m. eastern on cnn. >> that is so unrealistic. that could never happen. >> i think when people saw that saying that could not happen. ted cruz is not making his
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plans clear. he tells our dana bash he sticks by the obama care to be done away with and does not say if he support lift letting funding conspire again as he did this time around. as for one day running for the white house? he says he is focused right now on being in the senate. >> i get that everyone wants to talk politics. >> you know, some trips to some of the first primary and caucus states might be little hints. >> but look. there is a reason for that. which is the only way to win this fight and, for that matter win some of the other fights we have had, is to energize and activate the grass roots of the american people. i've traveled all over the country to town halls and rallies to make the case to the american people you don't get 2 million people signing a national petition without going directly to the people. and what we are trying to do, listen, i think what we are trying to do is bigger than the economy and the budget and bigger than even obama care. what we are trying to do is change how washington operates. the reason people are so frustrated is career politicians
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in both parties aren't listening to you and even more than that, the american people have a good sense the system is rigged. >> cruz said the republicans failed in the shutdown because the republicans in the senate did not unite with those in the house. same-sex couples in new jersey are waking up with the right to be married this morning. some tied the knot after midnight when a court ruling took effect legalizing gay nupinu nuptials in the garden state. governor chris christie is abiding by the court's decision. the star leather of new york calling christie a remarkable political talent who is overrated. it blasts his, quote, measurable
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failures. why you might ask is he getting that paper's endorsement? the paper writes his opponent is deeply flawed and not made the case why she deserve the job. also in new jersey, problems for some homeowners who were hit by superstorm sandy. consumer advocates now say many who were entitled to insurance payouts to help rebuild their homes are being shortchanged. the problem? insurance adjusters who did not include the cost of sales tax in their estimates. the insurance companies dispute that a large number of customers are being paid less than they are owed. an investigation under way in the bay area after a b.a.r.t. commuter train struck and killed workers who were inspecting a section of track east of oakland.
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bart is officially shut down as officials remain on strike locked in a dispute over pensions and benefits. there is some snow. that's right, snow, in parts of the country and it's only october. >> let's get a check with the weather with indra petersons with that and much more. >> i literally shopped for coats this weekend because it's that cold. one thing i have a heads-up. i know it's going to get cold and colder as we go throughout the week. this arctic air is going to be diving down over the next several days. first around the great lakes and spreading into the northeast around wednesday. so what is going on? we have a series of fronts out there. one, two, three, really four if you add in last week each one bringing in more cold air than the previous one. wrap-around showers in the gulf. the second one looks like we will start to see showers around new york and the east right around wednesday. the third one is now alberta clipper and it means cold air moving across the country.
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remember, alberta clippers are dry and not a lot of rain or snow. 1 to 2 inches in the dakotas and minneapolis maybe seeing a dusting of snow. the key is, again, we are talking about rain and cold air into the northeast. so, yeah, around wednesday we see a couple of showers to the northeast. but here are the temperatures that we are talking about. look at the three-day here. new york city monday, 67. tuesday, 65 and wednesday, 53 degrees. we are not isolated here. we are talking about 40s in detroit and 40s in chicago and d.c. 57. people say it's the time of the year. no, it is pleau normal even here for this time of year. >> that is the high 53 degrees in new york city. that is the high? >> try 48 in detroit. >> big reality check there. coming up next, stranded at sea for hours after their boat cap-sizes. how these boaters managed to stay alive. this is an amazing story of survival coming up next. ♪
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welcome back to "early start." a very good morning for two new hampshire men who were traveling in their boat. they were cling to go life on a wooden plank. they had no radio. no way to call for help. their only life jacket had drifted away. they held on for 14 hours. >> we knew it would be a long night. we knew our best chance was to stay with the boat and that not to panic. >> we prayed together. >> yeah. and then encouraging each other because we knew -- i tell you what, that's a life and death struggle out there in the water.
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>> ooevent >> eventually a fishing crew spotted them and alerted the authorities. the men refused treatment. this is a reminder. always wear a life jacket. have emergency equipment like the radio which they did not have available and ready to use. >> they were actually really lucky that it wasn't colder there. >> definitely. 14 hours in the water this time of year, very lucky. glad they are okay this morning. a special time. it is time for your morning rhyme. our tweets of the day. first up, we have one from josh. this is on the news this morning. he says fall is fully in the air. can we now finally fix obama care? >> this one from shane johnson. this is how we all feel on a monday morning. 5:00 in the a.m. watching the news. lost so much sleep, got the blues, but with coffee warming my heart, i'm ready for my early
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start. >> love that one. >> excellent of 140 characters there. impressive. we had great tweets and great rhymes. thank you for participating. you can always come up with your own. tweet us here #morningrhyme and #earlystart. >> i'm still trying to think of mine. it's not very creative this early in the morning. now let's take a look what is coming up on "new day." >> happy monday, guys. hope you had a good weekend. >> hope you did too. >> no rhymes about the pats and jets, john berman? >> i'm still thinking about the sox. still thinking about the sox. flag. we will throw flags. >> how about the touchdown your boy mccourty? >> i saw you whining about that for hours on twitter. you have a lot of pent-up anger. >> you're just realizing that today? >> look at him clenching his hands all tight! enraged!
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it is good. i got to enjoy this. this does not happen very observe when the patriots lose to the jets. >> this is true. enjoy the moment. something happening very often is both parties in washington, d.c. been taking a beating from the rest of the country because of what happened in the shutdown. the proof is in the pudding. new polls show that americans think gop control of the house is bad for the country. president obama is preparing to address obama care today. and talking about the glitches that are affecting the website. so both sides are feeling the pressure. we will tell you what changes and strategy may be coming. we have a disturbing new twist in the case surrounding those two girls that were arrested in connection with the suicide of another little 12-year-old girl. one of their mothers has been arrested after shocking video surfaced allegedly showing her beating at least one of her children. we will talk to the sheriff investigating this case and how much deeper it can go on. a lot going on in this case and it's horrible and ends in tragedy and it seems to
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continue. >> a lot of questions there, no doubt. see you in a little bit. coming up for us next, it was peyton versus andrew in indianapolis. two will enter and one will leave victorious. who will it be? joe carter has the answer coming up next in "the bleacher report." ...but he'd wait for her forever and would always be there with the biggest welcome home. for a love this strong, dawn only feeds him iams. compared to other leading brands, it has 50% more animal protein. ...to help keep rocky's body as strong as a love that never fades. iams. keep love strong. now you can keep love fun with new shakeables meaty treats.
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peyton manning received a warm welcome from fans in his return to indy. but andrew luck seems to have all of the luck when they played the colts. he spoiled his homecoming. joe carter has more in the "the bleacher report." >> good morning. the colts have beaten some pretty good teams this far. beaten the 49ers and seahawks and now the broncos. you got to give credit to andrew luck because the second-year quarterback outplayed the future hall of famer last night and before the game it was manning's
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moment. he was given a standing ovation from the fans that seemed like video and played a video on the big screen with his best moments with the colts. during the game, robert mathis was all over peyton and indianapolis is officially andrew luck's city now. luck passed for three touchdowns. he also ran in another. and it may have been peyton manning's week but in the end, it was the colts night. >> i truly appreciated. it was a great reception from the fans and i actually appreciated that as well. something i'll always remember. i'm very grateful for it. >> after wing two games all of last season, the kansas city chiefs are off to a 7-0 start this season! under new head coach andy reid, the chiefs are the only undefeated team left in the nfl. the strength of this team is really their outstanding defense. a late game turnover locked up the one-point win over houston texans.
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houston started 2-0 on the season, now lost five games in a r row. robert griffin, iii looked like himself after last season's devastating knee injury. the washington quarterback threw for nearly 300 yards and two scores and late in the game, rg3 led his team to a game winning scoring drive with 45 seconds left on the clock. so washington wins a shoot-out over the chicago bears 45-41. one of the top stories in the lineup section at bleacherreport.com this morning, the patriots loss to the jets because of never before called penalty. in overtime, the patriots chris jones was flagged for using his teammate as a battering ram. a new rule this year. you can't push your teammate into the opponent's formation. it gave the jets a second chance for a field goal. nick folk nailed it.
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game over. i tell you what, berman, your patriots lost because of a new rule this year and the refs are really, really pressured to follow these new rules because it has to do with player's safety so why so much emphasis put on watching those rules that have anything to do with keeping these guys safe and why the penalty was called for the first time. >> i think that call was an unusual time to pick calling a penalty for the first time in the overtime of a game after a field goal. >> now that it's been called, i bet you a lot of teams stop doing that because that resulted in a loss for one team and win for another. teams have been doing that a long time awe now it's been called it's a huge difference and likely teams will stop doing it altogether. >> i hope they stop doing it with the game on the line. joe carter, appreciate it, even though i don't appreciate that story. >> thanks, joe. we will be right back. (vo) you are a business pro. maestro of project management. baron of the build-out.
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that is is all for "early start" this morning. it was great having you here for the entire show. >> i know. love making an appearance on "early start." thanks, john. >> time for "new day" . >> good morning. good morning, everybody. >> all right, everybody, it's time for your top news. ♪ >> sending air force one out to silicone valley, fill them up with smart people and bring them back to washington and fix the problem. >> the new political price for the shutdown.
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republicans in trouble. democrats not in the clear. the president also in damage control. can he fix the obama care website? captured, the moment two escaped inmates were caught by police. now how two forged documents set the convicted murders free. laser laser, what is behind this dangerous surge and what ditz mean for passengers? >> your "new day" starts right now. [ music playing ] >> this is new day with chris cuomo, kate baldwin and mikaela per rer ra. >> good morning, welcome to "new day." it's 6:00 in the east. we have brand-new poll numbers in the house this morning. guess what they show? a shutdown for the country's major parties. more than half of the americans feel gop control of the shouse a bad thing for the country. we will show you why the dems
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have it now. will they change strategy for the upcoming battle? we will hear from ted cruz in a cnn exclusive, coming up. also, $13 billion. that's the largest deal leading up to the 2008 financial crisis, but will j.p. morgan's record settlement save tell from criminal liability? we will break it down for you. a record settlement to tell you about. vice president cheney one on one with sanjay gupta. we will look at his exclusive interview of how he had heart problems and how it was a factor on 9-11. those big numbers that may spell trouble for the new election and new numbers coming out as democrats prepare for their own bit of damage

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