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absorb all the people flooding in from all over africa, continue to make mandela's dream a reality, maybe there's hope for the rest of us. . hey, good morning, everyone. i'm christie paul. grab your coffee, orange juice, whatever is your cup of tea in the morning. i'm christie paul. >> let's hope we're here to wake them up. i'm miguel marquez. it is 6:00 in the morning and this is "new day saturday". >> it's early, i know. >> i am visiting from los angeles. >> so even earlier we should point out. >> yeah. i don't know what time it is anymore. i'm a news vampire. but it is warm there today. >> yeah. >> 81 beautiful degrees. >> welcome to atlanta, my friend. >> but it's freezing here. what's going on?
>> not the case at all. >> freezing last night in atlanta, but i don't think that's normal. i think that's abnormal, to happen so early. >> i was going to run here yesterday and it was beautiful. >> it was beautiful then. >> we're going to let you know -- we're not the only ones cold today. if you haven't gone out to get your paper or let the dog out you're going to feel it. karen mcginnis is outside to give us the forecast later. we want to talk about breaking news overnight. a standoff punctuated by gunfire it's over but not before investigators say the suspect shot three officers and wounded a fourth with bullet fragments. that drama all went down in california where you're from overnight in roseville specifically, that's just north of the sacramento capital sacramento. >> heavily armed s.w.a.t. team surrounded a house. the shoot-out started when the police officers tried to arrest samuel duran, a parole lee, he hopped fences.
the neighbor said the sister saw the suspect. >> she witnessed the officer being shot and the gunman actually smiled and was taking this like a game and ran off for a minute there, she believed that they were across the street directly from her house and then she saw him jumping fences in her neighbor's backyard. from what my sister said, she turn around and ran and just like -- in that split second said all she saw was him smiling. >> a s.w.a.t. team sent in a robot to give him orders to surrender. >> after about six hours in the house, duran did come out and he was arrested. now new details in a sensational cold case in 1996 murder of 6-year-old beauty queen jonbenet ramsey. >> annika has the story from boulder, colorado. good morning to you, annika. >> christie, miguel, the newly released documents show a grand jury in 1999 voted to indict
john and patsy ramsey in the death of their 6-year-old daughter. that never happened and dna evidence eventually exonerated the family. now new information is raising even more questions about what really happened the night jonbenet died. it's a murder mystery that remains unsolved after 17 years. who killed jonbenet ramsey? apparently a grand jury in 1999 believed her parents had something to do with the 6-year-old's death. a colorado judge just released previously sealed documents. four pages from a 1999 grapds jury indictment. the documents show the grand jury voted to indict john and patsy ramsey on two counts, child abuse resulting in death and being an accessory to the murder. yet, charges were never filed. at the time, then district attorney alex hunter said there just wasn't enough evidence. >> although the grand jury concluded there's probable cause, that is not anywhere close to the same standard as beyond a reasonable doubt.
>> reporter: all along the ramseys claimed an intruder killed their daughter. >> we think it was a pedophile, we think it was a male. >> reporter: the ramsey family was eventually cleared in the case by dna evidence. in response to the newly released documents, ramsey family attorney lynn wood released this statement, saying, quote, the released documents from 1999 were the product of a grand jury that did not have the benefit of the conclusive 2008 dna testing that led to the unequivocal public exoneration of the ramsey family by the boulder district attorney. nearly two decades after the heinous crime the search for jonbenet's killer continues. the dna evidence is still considered the biggest clue in the case, but no match has been found. the boulder police department confirms this is still an open investigation, but it's a cold case, meaning they are not actively investigating. a spokeswoman for the police department tells me they continue to receive tips but they have not received a credible tip for a very long time and she says right now
there are no solid leads. christie, mig until. >> that's ana cabrera in boulder, colorado, thanks. on to the obama care website which may be sick but tech experts say they have the prescription to fix it. >> the white house says the site should be running smooth ply by the end of next month, a couple months too late for some people. here's paul steinhouser. good morning, paul. >> reporter: when it comes to the new health care exchanges even president obama admits the rollout of the website has been a mess. >> there's no sugar coating it. the website has been too slow, people have been getting stuck during the application process, and i think it's fair to say nobody is more frustrated by that than i am. >> reporter: and you agree. only 12% of those questioned in a cbs news poll out this week said the process was going well. with almost half giving a thumb's down. the top republican in congress says the website problems are just the beginning. >> when you look at the problems with obama care, all the focus
here lately has been on the website. clearly there's problems with the website, but i would argue that the problems go much further than that. >> reporter: and 56 % questioned in an abc news/"washington post" survey agree saying the website's failures are a sign of broader problems to come. four in ten said they were an isolated incident. here's the thing. the massive issues with healthcare.gov don't appear to be affecting support for the law. support edged up or remained stead yes, in five national polls including our own out this past week. >> thank you very much, paul. >> the concern is people who have private health insurance right now, they're going to be basically squeezed to get insurance by the 15th of december so that they're insured by january 1st. that's the problem for a lot of these folks right now. it's causing a backup and it's -- i don't understand how they can know so quickly it will
be fixed by the end of november. >> if the insurance doesn't meet the minimum, meeting the minimum. >> all new insurance programs for the aca and those who have private insurance now, those -- a lot of them, hundreds of thousands across the country have been informed their insurance doesn't meet the standard and have to get new insurance by the first of january or they will go -- >> happy new year to you, basically. >> cannot be comfortable. >> good heavens. >> still to come on "new day" she had the money, the i.d. so why was a second african-american stopped by police after buying a pricey purse at barneys? >> plus, thousands of protesters are preparing to gather in the nation's capital. they're furious at the government's surveillance program. and so are european allies. the obama administration in full damage control mode, next. is this the bacon and cheese diet?
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high-end department store. he's on track to begin selling a holiday collection at the store next month. >> meanwhile, a second african-american college student has come forward with claims she was targeted at barneys because of her race. 21-year-old kayla phillips says she showed her i.d. when she purchased a pricey bag with her credit card but she was stopped by the nypnypd, in any event after she left the store. >> they then asked me where am i coming from, where do i live? i told them i live in brooklyn. she said what are you doing in manhattan, in the city? i told her i was shopping. i showed her my barneys bag i just received from barneys. she then asked me, how did you buy this bag? where did you get the money from? i told her i used my card. >> phillips and trayin' christian who said he was profiled earlier this year are suing barneys for damages.
barney's ceo has apologized calling the incident unacceptable. >> in a few hours a rally set to get under way in washington, d.c. thousands are expected to protest the nsa's controversial surveillance program. cnn will bring you the rally live starting at about 12:30 p.m. eastern time. >> it's not just the protesters who are angry. european allies are furious that the nsa alleges spied on them. jim is following all this for us. >> reporter: christie and miguel, germany sending a delegation to the u.s. to discuss nsa surveillance, in effect lay out some ground rules for what's acceptable and what is not acceptable. this happening as the white house has in effect made a publicage knowledgement there's been overreach and how far it was allowed to go. >> reporter: the administration in damage control. the president's homeland security adviser lisa monaco writing in "usa today" that the white house will review nsa
surveillance, quote, to ensure we are collecting information because we need it and not just because we can. u.s. officials confirm some damage has already been done. >> it's created significant challenges in our relationships with some of our partners. >> reporter: what the white house still will not confirm, however, is if the nsa did in the past monitor the calls of world leaders, including german chancellor angela merckle. >> all i can tell you is what the president told the chancellor. the united states is not monitoring and will not monitor the communications of the chancellor. >> reporter: that answer not yet satisfying for european allies who in brussels warned the surveillance could jeopardize their crucial cooperation with the u.s. on sxwintelligence gathering. >> translator: we have an ongoing dialog with the americans in the past. it should deal with the present and the future. >> translator: but obviously
words will not be sufficient. change is necessary. >> reporter: more shoes may drop president u.s. is reportedly warning other countries not bubically allied with the u.s. documents taken by edward snowden detail their secret intel cooperation with the u.s. in operations targeting china, russia and iran. >> i think outing these countries would then put their relations with iran in jeopardy and also could make them open to some form of iranian intelligence or other retaliation. >> reporter: for some countries not normally allied with the u.s., the public revelation they've been koortsing with u.s. -- cooperating with u.s. intelligence services could be damming. this casts a pal over some relationships overseas, foreign leaders and diplomats, reluctant to speak with their american counterparts worried the conversations at some point would be made public. in these cases talking about secret intelligence cooperation if that were to be made public it could have farther reaching
affe effects, more damage and that's what the administration is worried about. christie and miguel. >> thank you very much. all righty. 2:00 this morning, i got up and my dog had to go outside and it's freezing in atlanta. freezing. i'm betting you are feeling the same thing. ohio already had snow. >> well, it's -- it's autumn. halloween, you need it cold. >> not this cold for halloween. you got to put your coat over your costume. this what you're seeing heres is happening in a lot of other places too. we're going to talk to you about your morning weather coming up. the world series tied up 1-1 heading into st. louis. we'll preview tonight's big game coming up next. [ lane ] do you ever feel like you're growing old
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big day in st. louis. >> live look at the arch there overlooking busch stadium. >> i don't sees the arch there. >> it's there, i promise. go ahead. cardinals, you were watching it. >> the cards, it's game three now, coming back to st. louis. it's going to be an interesting night. >> first pitch at 8:00 p.m. eastern and jared greenburg has more. >> it will look like that too, it will be dark. >> yeah. as long as we can see the ball, it doesn't matter if we can see
the arch. >> they will put the lights on by the time tonight happens. >> it is a major change for game three tonight of the world series tied at a game apiece, the series as we mentioned shifts to st. louis and as you can read right now on bleacherreport.com. a big advantage for the home team. in a national league part no designated hitter, the red sox are forced to play david ortiz at first base. he might be a defensive liability nobody knows better than boston's starting pitcher jake peavy, the risk worth the reward to have big papi in the lineup. >> david's a game changer. he's as clutch as anybody that i can remember playing with or against. it just seems like he has a flair for the dramatic when the situation is the biggest, he's at his best. i'm glad he's on our team. >> huge college football matchup out west, the pressure really on today as the first time since the 2013 bcs standings are announced, the headline today in college football, a matchup
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police and parolee ended this morning in roseville, california. police had to try to arrest samuel duran but they say he took off on foot, shooting four officers got hit. duran ended up in a vacant house. police used a robot to coax him out. the white house says the obama care website will be running smoothly by the end of next month. the feds have hired an outside company to fix technical problems that left many americans frustrated and angry. republicans have hammered the president over the website's disastrous debut. some democrats want enrollment deadlines extended to give people more time to sign up. number three, contractors are tearing down sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut, right now. it's expected to take several weeks, but workers are being asked to destroy all materials. just completely erase the building from the site. 20 children and six adults remember were killed in the shooting last december. a new school is expected to open in about three years. and for number four, we have a first for the fda.
the food and drug administration is taking steps now to make animal feed and pet food safer. they're focusing on protecting food from disease causing bacteria, chemicals and other contaminants. i did not know this, but there are currently no regulations over the production of most animal food. and at number five, jpmorgan agreed to pay $5.1 billion to settle claims that bank and other firms it owned misled fannie mae and freddie mac about the quality of home loans and mortgage securities it sold them during the housing boom. this is part of a larger settlement expected to top $13 billion. the former head of the nsa and cia may be getting a taste of his own medicine. >> seriously. michael hayden was on a train chatting on his phone when another passenger started tweeting everything he said. hayden was about -- talking about the nation's spying programs and the white house and it went viral on twitter, of course. cnn's brian todd is following this for us.
brian? >> christie and miguel, the irony here is that the man who once led the nation's eavesdropping program had the tables turned on him, and it's become a political hot topic. tom matsy says he was sitting on the acela train from d.c. to new york listening for an hour and 20 minutes to man speaking brashly on a cell phone. >> i didn't like what he was doing. >> reporter: it wasn't just any passenger. it was former nsa and cia director michael hayden, speaking to reporters, giving his take on the nsa spying scandal, insisting, matsy says, he be referred to as a former senior administration official. that's when matsy, a former progressive activist, started live tweeting what he overheard from the former spy chief. quote, hayden was bragging about rendition and black sites a minute ago and michael hayden on acela giving reports disparaging quotes about administration. remember just refer as former senior adman.
>> aren't you throwing him under the bus with that one? >> i thought it was the wrong thing to do for an official of his sfats -- stature to be making those sorts of comments and not taking accountability for them. >> reporter: they weren't in the quiet car and matsy says hayden wasn't trying to muffle his conversation. matsy here, hayden here two rows back and matsy said hayden was, quote, the loud guy on the train. in a statement to cnn, hayden, a cnn.com contributor, said i didn't criticize the president. i actually said these are very difficult issues. i said, i had political guidance too that limited the things that i did when i was director of nsa. matsy admits his bias. he was previously with moveon.org, a left leaning political group. hayden was appointed by george w. bush, but also served in the obama administration. >> you'll be accused of partisan mudslinging here. what do you say to that? >> if some people are saying i'm
doing partisan mudslinging, i think they would need to question first whether or not i'm saying anything untrue, but all my comments, you know, that i made on twitter and i've made subsequently are accurate. >> reporter: someone in hayden's office apparently noticed matzie tweets and called and said i think the jig is up. the two had a pleasant conversation and posed for a picture. he said at that point hayden offered to do an interview with him, but he said he told hayden he's not a journalist. christie and migle. >> odd story. thank you very much, brian todd. it's still october but it's cold outside. you might want to put on a little extra clothing if you're heading out. >> 37 degrees here in atlanta and it got to freezing, i understand. the official start of winter is still eight weeks away too. >> my blood is thin being in los angeles, so this is freezing. >> it doesn't work. and we both used to be in phoenix. our blood never recovered from that, i don't think.
>> turn up the heat in here. >> cnn's karen mcginnis is outside in piedmont park. how are you doing? >> surviving out here. it is very cold. the temperatures in the upper 30s to right around 40 degrees or so. we're at piedmont park here. it is a city park in atlanta. but all the way from philadelphia, pennsylvania, to mobile, alabama, much of the eastern seaboard of the u.s. is in the deep freeze. >> reporter: across a large swath of the u.s., the deep freeze is on, with his morning's low temperatures dipping into the double digits below average. >> surprise coming this early. still october. not used to that in these days. >> reporter: cleveland area residents got hit with an early halloween trick, up to five inches of snow in some places. downing power lines and neighborhood trees. >> we've all been kind of bored and pacing around because we're used to having our electronics
on and then, you know -- >> you got to talk. >> i know. we were forced to all sit in the same room. it's driving us crazy. >> reporter: these winter-like conditions are stretching this morning from parts of the midwest into the mid-atlantic and deep south, with at least a dozen states right now reporting frost advisories or freeze warnings. the winter-like conditions are also causing treacherous driving on the roads. in south bend, indiana, black ice caused several accidents. fortunately no one was severely injured. but in michigan, a multivehicle accident turned deadly. two people were killed, including a good samaritan after a car slid off the side of the interstate. still for some, this early sign of winter was a treat. a chance to fine-tune the snowman or hit the links for just one more round. >> got a vest and it's made here in milwaukee and as you can see here it's electronic so it has
coils running through it. >> reporter: well, the temperature right now officially is at 41 degrees here, but we're looking at the afternoon highs over the next several days to be warming up. until then, a lot of temperatures around atlanta only in the 30s. let's show you where the deep freeze areas are. we've got now i think about 17 states up and down the eastern seaboard, right now new york city is at 42. pittsburgh, 33. and jackson, kentucky, they saw their first snowfall ever for october 25th. they saw a little bit of snow there, but now we're looking at temperatures in the deep south, 28 degrees right now in charlotte, north carolina. christie and miguel? miguel, not southern california weather here today. >> no, it's not. i'll be back there tomorrow. see you later, suckers. >> rubbing it in. that's all right, karen. it's all right.
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washington, d.c. the president facing criticism for nsa spying and obama care websites. lots of criticism in d.c. these days. three political events in just one week. that kind of schedule is not helping tamp down those hillary clinton in 2016 rumors. last flight the former secretary of state spoke to a global forum in upstate new york. criticized republicans for what she called their scorched tactics in washington. senator ted cruz is in iowa this weekend fors the third time this year. that's fueling speculation he's eyeing a run at the white house. the texas republican is mum on that so far but he's admitting a few other things like his dream job being the starting point guard for the houston rockets. he also loves movies and video games but hates avocados. all right. let's get you around the world with headlines. first to atika shubert in london
who has the latest on the fallout of edward snowedp's leaks. atika? >> christie, german chancellor angela merkel wasn't the only one who may have had her phone bugged by the nsa. a document leaked by edward snowden to the british newspaper "the guardian" states the nsa was following more than 200 phone numbers for top politicians and at least 35 world leaders. germany and france are demanding that the u.s. sit down for talks by the end of the year to review just what kind of intelligence is being gathered and for what purpose. christie? >> all right. thank you so much. we want to go to saudi arabia. believe it or not the last country on earth that bans women from driving. but today, women across the country plan to defy that law in a fight for equal rights. cnn's mohammed jamjoom is reporting from beirut. hi, mohammed. >> at least two women have driven already today in saudi arabia. that's according to female
supporters of the october 26th women's driving campaign. they tell me that many more women in saudi arabia plan to drive throughout the day. now the key question will be, how will the authorities react? the saudi arabian interior ministry has issued a stern warning to any woman caught driving. they've told me several times in the past few days that laws will be fully enforced. christie? >> thank you so much. let's get you to bulgaria now and the latest on that mystery girl found living with a roma or gypsy family in greece. cnn's carl pen hal is at the village where the girl's true parents were found. carl? >> christie, thanks to a dna match, the mystery of little maria has been solved. authorities have confirmed that her birth parents come from this impoverished village. sasha and atan nas rusev live in his mud brick home and have nine other children. what is not so clear is why the blue-eyed blonde baby was found
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celebrity scandal starts off this week's pop four. >> our entertainment headlines that's what's kicking it off. michele turner joining us with more now. hi. >> hey, miguel and christie. so what do you get when you mix ceelo green, kim and kayne, mariah carey and snm. the weekend top four. let's get this going. at number four, ceelo green charged with one felony count of furnishing a controlled substance to a female. the woman says he slipped her ecstasy at dinner in july of 2012 and when she woke up they were in bed together in a hotel room. the l.a. district attorney decided not to file rape charges
says sa saying there wasn't enough evidence. ceelo pled not guilty and will be back in court on november 20th. he could go to prison if convicted for four years. number three, wedding bells for kimyes. she turned 33 years old and got the marriage proposal to end all marriage proposals from her boyfriend kayne west. kayne proposed to her as only he could renting out at&t park in san francisco. he hired a 50-piece orchestra, got on one knee and gave that lady a 15-carat flawless diamond. after the proposal the couple's close families and friends ran out of the dugout to surprise kim. that was sweet and the proposal i would like if anyone's wondering. i'm just saying. i am still trying to catch up on my sleep from my late night chat with the one and only mariah carey, her new music that is number two. on november 11th she will release her new single "the art of letting go" on facebook.
she told me she's still learning how to let go but it is music that has saved her. she's teamed up with a new manager, jermaine dupree, she left randy jackson, and she's ready to make new good music, everybody. she is back. the number one story, 50 shades of fine. jamie dornan in. the book's author confirmed the news jamie is the new christian grey on her twitter account. he is a 31-year-old british actor and model who's been on abc's "once upon a time" and modeled for calvin klein and christian dior. dal vin klein, that means he looks good in his underwear. that's a plus for this role. i'm just saying. but, of course, he's no miguel marquez. >> oh! nice. >> hey, hey, of course not. you have seen me in my underwear. no, she has not seen me. >> is underwear required for that gig, for that show? i don't -- >> well --
>> "50 shades of grey". >> just to be sexy, right? go figure they found a model. >> yeah. >> amazing. >> i hope people are happier with that choice than they were the first. hey, listen, a touching moment for a home coming court in florida we want to tell you about. >> the king and queen won over their school and community lifted up the hearts of their classmates on a magical night. but first, each week we're shining a spotlight on the top 10 cnn heros of 2013 as you vote for the one that inspires you the most. >> and this week's honoree has made it his mission to clean up the trash that's dumped in american rivers. >> 67,000 tires, 951 refrigerators, 233 stoves, it's crazy what you find in the rivers. i grew up on the mississippi river. around the age of 17 i really started to focus on the problem. 18 million people get their
daily drinking water from the river. i'm thinking, this should not be like this. this stuff just collects here and it goes on for blocks like this. it's a bad deal. i said you know what, no one is going to do anything about it, i will. i'm chad with the help of over 70,000 volunteers, we've removed over 7 million pounds of garbage from america's rivers. you guys ready? yeah! our primary focus is the mississippi river. >> you guys would be amazed in two hours how much stuff we get. >> we've worked on 22 rivers in 18 states. we do everything in our power to get people excited about it. you know, at the end of the day you're out there picking up garbage. >> a basketball. >> it's yours. totally yours. little by little we're getting it. but you're having fun they'll have fun. >> i knew i was going to be sweating but i didn't think i would be singing karaoke on a boat. people want to see change and
they're stepping up to make change. that was the last bag. come on, let's give it up. this is a problem that people created, but a problem that people can fix. >> that will motivate you. >> pretty amazing. a vote for your favorite hero go to heros.cnn.com. one will be named cnn the hero of the year and awarded $250,000 to further their work. ♪
>> nothing like a rush. i love, love this story. take a look at this option. christie. >> seriously, i want to use this. >> six-figure halloween costume has gone viral after her dad posted it on youtube. >> some are calling it the best halloween costume ever. what do you think? stacy butler has the story for us. >> reporter: zoey can't wait for halloween. >> the best costume ever. >> reporter: her dad made her her very own light stick figure costume on a pre-trick or treat test run. >> barely see the body from way back there. >> it's almost creepy looking. >> reporter: she danced on the sand and practiced her spookiest moves. >> and looked like a robot, but it's a real kid. >> reporter: on the huntington beach pier, she turned heads. >> take like a glow stick stick figure. that's what i thought it was. someone created a new toy. >> look this way, buddy. >> hi. >> that is so cute. >> reporter: zoey's dad royce
made her costume out of led lights and velcro. last night he posted this video on youtube. already, zoey running in her spooky stick man costume has gone viral, with over 180,000 hits. >> all of a sudden, it's gone crazy. >> reporter: this isn't zoey's first youtube appearance. ♪ >> reporter: earlier this year, the almost 2-year-old let loose to brittney spears. that's when her dad concocted a plan, he already made stick man suits for his snowboarder buddies. why not put one on his boogying baby. hundreds are asking him to sell them. >> i don't have the time to try to make money off these things but it would be great to show other people how to make them and love to see other videos of other people doing it. >> what else is clever about that, you will not lose your kid on halloween. >> it's eloquent. i'm going to wear one to work tomorrow. >> that i would like to see. time now for today's
must-see moment. >> first, an unforgettable night for a high school in fort meyers, florida. students at cypress lake high school elected mimi lopez and guy benza king and queen. both have down syndrome. this is their senior year. a teacher was thrilled the school could give them this incredible experience. >> as a teacher you hope you can touch a couple of people's lives and make a difference and with this, i think we've touched thousands. >> she's just so special to us. she is our little special miracle to my mom. >> two seniors apparently started the push to crown lopez and benza and started a facebook page and the rest is homecoming history. >> i love her reaction. watch that all day. i love the fact that, you know, kids are making these decisions. there's hope, people, there's hope. take a look at this adorable baby panda. look at this little guy learning to walk. this is in taiwan. the cub is a few months old.
down a hall there at the zoo. mama bear is a concerned parent. she steps in. don't go too far. grabbing the cub by the neck and dragging her back. giant pandas like this are incredibly rare. only 1600 exist in the wild. >> can't go wrong with panda videos. >> i know. >> two giant pandas, we need more, twins have finally been named in the u.s. instead of cub a and b, how boring, they are melun and mekwan. the first surviving pair of panda twins born in the u.s. the names originate from a chinese name that means something indescribable and magnificent. >> very sweet. >> we say if we just ran pet video all day, people will watch all day. just aired it and let them go, do their thing. why do you think zoos make -- >> some of the pets i've seen -- >> too early on a saturday
morning. we're glad you're with us. >> we've got much more ahead in the next hour of your new day which starts right now. as a matter of fact. i thought all african-americans shouldn't shop at barneys. i mean it's a hurtful feeling. >> shopping while black. that's the crime two more people say they were accused of at high-end new york stores. and even jay-z has found himself caught in the controversy now. our competition is different. they're confused. >> not according to some analysts with four new devices on the market, apple may be making a lot of noise in the u.s., so why are they so quiet overseas? is the steve jobs mojo gone from apple? there's a new leading map for 50 shades. and why did jake gillen hal get
so skinny? why is a movie staring johnny knoxville as a grandpa set to sweep this weekend's box office? that's coming up in the e block. 7:00. you're up early for a saturday but we're happy to have your company. i'm christie paul. >> i'm miguel marquez. this is "new day saturday." a standoff littered with gunfire is all over this morning but not before investigators say this suspect shot three officers and wounded a fourth with bullet fragments. >> it went down overnight in roseville, california, north of the capital of sacramento. s.w.a.t. teams surrounded a house where suspect samuel duran tried to hide. the shoot-out started when officers tried to arrest him, a parolee. >> police say he opened fire, ran, hopped fences ending up in a house. a man says his sister actually saw the guy.
>> she said she witnessed the officer being shot is what she was telling me and the gunman actually smiled and was taking this like a game and ran off. for a minute there, she believed that they were across the street directly from her house and then she saw him jumping fences in her neighbor's backyard and other neighbor's house. from what my sister said bang and she turned around and ran and just like in that split second all she saw was he was smiling. >> amazing. this s.w.a.t. team sent in a robot to communicate with duran and give him orders to surrender. >> after about six hours in the house, he did come out and he was arrested. a lot of fallout this morning over the government's controversial spying programs. thousands of protesters are expected to rally in washington later today. cnn will bring that to you live. >> but celebrities and politicians already have a lot to say about it. take a listen. >> painted a disturbing picture of widespread sus spishless surveillance of american
citizens. >> we got a wake-up call just recently. >> that is from the new public service announcement denouncing nsa surveillance tactics. world leaders are upset as well. cnn's errarin mcpike joins us l from washington. >> reporter: organizers are saying this is the largest rally yet against nsa surveillance. there are about 100 organizers. there will be half a million people there, but they are saying they are going to hand over half a million petitions to congress to tell them to stop this kind of mass surveillance. it's going to be a very motley crue of big names. we're seeing names across the political spectrum including a very conservative republican congressman by the name of justin amash and former congressman dennis kucinich who is a very liberal democrat. >> erin, this puts the administration in a very tough spot because anything they admit to, tells the world how we actually go about spying. how is the administration
responding to all of this? >> well, miguelle, there's some degree of remorse coming from the administration and i want to play for you a comment from jen sa , the spokeswoman for the state department. here's what she had to say. >> it's no secret over the last few months a series -- these unauthorized disclosures of classified information have, of course, led to criticisms of our intelligence activity by many of our friends and partners. it's created significant challenges in our relationships with some of our partners and has been a public distraction as you saw over the last couple days. >> has ordered an internal review of some of these practices and lisa monaco, an adviser to him, put out a statement yesterday sort of defending this, but also expressing some remorse as well. here what's she had to say. today's world is highly interconnected and the flow of large amounts of data is unprecedented. that's why the president has directed us to review our
surveillance capabilities including with respect to our foreign partners. we want to ensure we are collecting information because we need it and not just because we can. miguel? >> that makes a heck of a lot of sense. erin mcpike, thank you very much. the white house hopes it's getting closer to getting the bugs, lots of bugs, out of the obama care website. an official says the site should be running smoothly by the end of next month. of course that's too late for americans who tried to uses the site only to give up in frustration. the feds have hired an outside company to fix the site. president obama says no one is more annoyed by the website's disastrous website than he is. bundle up if you're in the east and heading out soon. it's a little -- we keep talking about this. it is cold out there. >> when you see the sun out you think how bad is it. it is sunny in some places. when the temperatures are in the 30s -- are you going to sing for us? ♪ the wind is blowing but i will weather the storm christie
paul ♪ >> i know you will. i know not everybody is so lucky. they're actually seeing snow this year already. look at this video from ohio. remember people, it's october! and what i feel bad for, i feel bad for those families and the kids that want to go out in their costume and they have to find a way to do it, like put it over the coat. i do remember those days in ohio. cnn's karen mcginnis, she drew the short straw today, she's outside. oh, karen. winter is still eight weeks away? >> it is, and we had a brief period of fall around here, but we have quickly jumped into what feels like winter temperatures and much of the eastern seaboard saying an early frost, freeze advisories. let's go ahead and show you some 17 states now reporting frost and freeze advisories and up and down the eastern seaboard all the way from philadelphia to richmond into charlotte, into
columbia, south carolina, montgomery, alabama. well in the forecast, there's an area of low pressure that's sweeping across the great lakes on the backside of that, more cold air blowing in, so minnesota, dakotas, it will be brisk, temperatures very cold, but along the eastern seaboard you will see the sunshine, but those temperatures not going to be warming up terribly much. the temperatures that we're seeing overnight or early this morning may not be record-setting temperatures, but they are exceptionally early. boston, reporting 38 degrees right now. philadelphia, 39. into the southeast, birmingham, alabama, 34. 28 in charlotte. charleston, west virginia, reporting 31. and louisville, kentucky, 32. and yesterday, in jackson, kentucky, they saw the first snowfall ever for the date of october 25th. they have never recorded snow on that date. a lot of people seeing this deep freeze or the exceptionally cold
temperatures very early. and christie and miguel, you may remember, just about a month or so ago, in north dakota, some folks saw as much as four feet of snowfall and we thought, oh, that's north dakota, south dakota, but no, now we're seeing the reinforcing cold air is all the way across the deep south but we've had some runners this morning, miguel, so i just want you to know they're wearing hats, gloves and long johns. i don't think you did that in l.a. yesterday. >> no, no. sensibly so as well. glad to see you out there. thank you for keeping up with it for us. the gloved and jacketed karen mcginnis. >> doing it stylishless. >> that was great. >> still to come on "new day" allegations of racial profiling at new york's barney, have become a headache for rapper jay-z. the rapper is being pressured to back out of a new deal. [ male announcer ] when you have sinus pressure and pain,
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us. >> no stranger to social issues. jay-z and his wife we saw him at trayvon martin rallies and he's preparing to launch a high-end collection at barneys but there's a lot of people asking the rap mogul to reconsider. ♪ >> reporter: next month, jay-z is set to sell a new fashion line at barneys, but a change.org petition is calling for him to end all partnerships with the new york retailer because a second african-american college student has come forward to allege racial profiling, saying undercover officers stopped and questioned her after she bought a $2500 celine bag at barneys new york. >> i had good intentions. i went and bought my favorite bag. i wanted this bag. i deserved that bag. and then to find out, you know, i'm being accused of using someone else's card, i just really felt the need. >> reporter: 21-year-old kayla phillips came forward after
19-year-old trayon christian made headlines saying
he was racially profiled after purchasing a belt at barneys in april. both shoppers want damages from the store and the new york police department. >> undercover cops that have regular clothes on stopped me from the left side and asked me i got a call from barneys saying your card is not real. >> reporter: in a prepared statement, mark lee, ceo of barneys new york, said, quote, no customer should have the unacceptable experience stib scribed in recent media reports and we offer our deepest regrets and sincerest apologies. barneys new york has zero tolerance for any form of discrimination. our mission is to ensure all customers receive the highest quality service without exception. the new york police department says it's investigating the incident. jay-z's representatives have not commented but kayla phillips hopes they do. >> when he hears about it or when he gets involved in it he knows it's not right and will make the right choice. >> reporter: and jay-z isn't the only star caught in the middle of a high-end store controversy.
robert brown filed a lawsuit against
macy's. brown says he, too, was the victim of racial profiling. he says police accused him of using a fake credit card and detained him back in june. and for its part macy's says it is investigating but doesn't comment on ongoing litigation. back to that petition, only 5,000 signatures. there are arguments to be made for him to back out of this but it's still not the groundswell movement. >> it had to be have been a huge deal for him to take, so it will be interesting to see if he fights any of this. >> for new yorkers and many cities across the country, it really puts that back in the spotlight again. >> the attorneys for one of them saying this is shop and frisk. these two that are making these allegations were stopped as they left the store. they had made the purchases, leaving the store and, you know, attacked, they say, by undercover cops. this is a big deal socially. >> that makes it tough. the store has said you bought it, we cleared it, you're good to go.
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billion. and apple giving you two new choices if you're in the market for a tablet computer. this week it unveiled the lighter, thinner, faster ipad air. the tech giant has revamped its ipad mini. >> the changes come as apple faces increased competition in the tablet market and questions about its relevancy as customers looked at cheaper alternatives. apple downplays that threat but take a look at the numbers here. according to idc, apple's control of the tablet market dropped from 60% in 2012 to 32% right now. 50% drop. want to bring in c-net editor tim stevens. thank you so much. apple's ipad air may be thin and really fast but what about it is really new for consumers? >> really, there's not a lot that's honestly that new about it. it is faster and lighter and thinner, which are nice upgrades for sure. the biggest change is that it looks new. last year when apple introduced the fourth generation ipad it looked like the generation before which looked exactly like
the generation before it too. consumers looking for something truly new it was difficult to show off they bought a new tablet. we are seeing consumers resonate with things better that look new. i think that should help them to some degree. there isn't really any new functionality added here. the incle annual updates we've come to expect. >> is it an innovation issue for apple? i have my ipad here and i can't imagine giving it up at the moment for what i see out there. is it just increasingly difficult to innovate in this competitive world? >> tim cook has said that innovation is not about change, it's about improving quality and that's what apple has been focused on this year, increasing the quality of their devices and making them smaller and lighter and faster. there are a lot of consumers out there expecting things that are a little more different, radical, much larger devices or battery life stith the stylus or
other interesting functionality. that's what apple needs to look at next year, they try to capitalize on this increasingly growing market and try to catch up with the other competitors like samsung who are doing much more interesting things with their devices these days. >> remember, people at the same time, they're concerned about cost and are they going to get something new or some competitors out there that may give them a better price. what is apple possibly doing wrong here? >> apple has been focused on higher priced devices with high margins. they're ult patly offering these as pir rational devices that are quite a bit more expensive than the competition. you can get a great android tablet under $200. the cheapest ipad air is $500. they did lower the cost of the mini down to $299. that is great tablet but still, that's not really what apple is going for, the lower cost. they're trying to offer high-end devices that people want to spend more for. if that costs them a bit of
market share apple seems to be okay with that. they've done quite well in that regard. >> they still have a huge slice of the market for a single company and the 5c did not do very well, the iphone. what are other competitors out there bringing to the market? apple brought in the sexy products and everyone else seems to be running into the market. what is everybody else doing out there and who are their biggest competitors right now? >> samsung is the biggest competition for apple and samsung has seen incredible growth over the past several years and shipping three times as many smartphones as last year. what samsung is doing really well is offering a suite of devices that capitalize on the different market niches out there. there are cheap small devices, big devices for professionals, devices with great performance and with low cost and devices that hit every kind of niche in between those groups. so samsung has shown they're able to iterate very quickly. they launched a smart watch called the galaxy gear. it's not very good but within a few months samsung will have a
new generation watch out there that will learn from these mistakes. apple seems to be going for the mainstream market, releasing one large product in each category so they have the iphone 5s their big smartphone and they're expecting people from all those groups to buy this one phone. what i think apple needs to do next year is branch out more and have more tablets and phones of different sizes and prices and difference performance levels to reach all these different markets. >> interesting. tim stevens, thanks for breaking it down for us. we appreciate it very much. >> you're very welcome. >> i love we have a new picture of the bridge behind us. when "new day saturday" returns bullets fly, four officers hit. we'll tell you about an overnight standoff in california. plus mystery solved, officials have found the true parents of this little girl in greece. why police say they may have committed a crime. [ woman #1 ] why do i cook? ♪ because an empty pan is a blank canvas. ♪ [ woman #2 ] to share a moment. ♪
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but they are all expected to recover. okay. number two, the white house says the obama care website will be running smoothly by the end of next month. the feds have hired an outside company now to fix technical problems that left so many americans frustrated and outright angry. republicans have hammered the president over the website's disjust truss debut why some democrats want enrollment deadlines extend odd give people more time to sign up. the true parents of a mystery girl found living wait roma family in greece have been found through dna tests. maria's biological parents live in bulgaria. the mom says she gave maria away because she was too poor to care for her, but police say she may have sold her daughter for profit. she is staying with a children's charity for now. thousands prove testers are expected in the nation's capital today. their demand, stopping watching us. an anti-nsa rally gets under way in a couple hours.
organizers say they want to present petitions urging the government to dial back on controversial surveillance programs. number five, contractors are tearing down sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut. it's expected to take several weeks and workers are being asked to destroy all materials to completely erase the building from the site. 20 children and six adults were killed in the shooting there last december. a new school is expected to open in about three years. tonight, students at the high school are expected to honor colleen ritzer, the algebra teacher killed at the boston area school this week. students tell us the football team is wearing pink tonight, her favorite color, in her memory. >> such a tough story. we are learning more about what will happen next to a murder suspect, 14-year-old philip chism. cnn's alexandria field is in new york. how are people coping in danvers right now? >> well, they're coming together
to say good-bye. calling hours will be held sunday night, her funeral will be held on monday. dan vers high school is shut down two days after ritzer's body was found in the woods off campus. students returning to class on friday say they found a very different place from the one they left on tuesday afternoon. >> yeah. pretty much just shock, you know. just trying to return to some sense of normalcy. >> did you know miss ritzer? >> yeah. i had her in class for a little bit. she's a real nice teacher. i think we all loved her. >> reporter: that was one danvers high school student speaking to cnn's pam brown. while the building is back open, a second floor bathroom will remain closed indefinitely where police say colleen ritzer died. her 14-year-old student philip chism has been charged with killing his teacher with a box cutter. >> i think people just have such a hard time wrapping their head
around the fact that a 14-year-old is charged with this. what do we know about him and what's next for this suspect? >> well, christie, right now he is behind bars. he's 14 years old. if a grand jury returns an indictment on a first or second-degree murder charge he will be tried as an adult. he's behind bars being held without bail. at the same time investigators are trying to learn a lot more about that is freshman student, a 14-year-old who had transferred to dan vers high school from a school in tennessee at the beginning of the year. at this point a source close to the investigation tells cnn that reports that chism may have had a crush on ritzer seem unfounded. prosecutors have not laid out a motive. they aren't required to. they're just required to present the evidence, but they will, of course, spend the next few weeks learning everything they can about this 14-year-old. >> my goodness, alexandria field, thank you so much for giving us the latest. we appreciate it. still to come on "new day" good news for pet lovers. detiles why the first time ever
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and i think it's fair to say nobody is more frustrated by that than i am. >> and you agree. only 12% of those questioned in a cbs news poll out this week said the process was going well. with almost half giving a thumb's down. the top republican in congress says the website problems are just the beginning. >> when you look at the problems with obama care, all the focus here lately has been on the websi website, but i would argue the problems go much further than that. >> saying the websites failures are signs of broader problems to come. four in ten say they were an isolated incident. here's the thing the massive issues with healthcare.gov don't appear to be affecting support for the law. support edged up or remained steady in five national polls including our own out this past week. >> all right. paul steinhauser, thank you so much there in washington.
all righty. in e block, entertainment. >> how exciting. >> of course. >> ladies, i hope you're sitting down. >> i am. >> i'm sitting down too. it's time to take a look at the new leading man in "fifty shades of grey." >> yeah. >> sexy -- >> you think? >> ladies, take a look at your screen and it tell me. this is the new christian grey. jamie doernp. 31 years old. known for modeling for brands like dior and calvin klein and appeared in abc's "once upon a time." joining us live from new york, editor -- senior editor at "in touch weekly," what do you think, kim? give us your assessment? >> if you are a female who saw jamie dornan in "once upon a time" you're happy. if you're a female that reads "in touch," if you're a female who is breathing you're happy
with this choice. have you seen his calvin klein underwear ad? it is gorgeous. he is gorgeous. and people seem to be really happy with this choice. obviously there is a bad reaction to charlie hunnam's casting. i have not seen petitions on change.org to get rid of jamie dornan. i think he's a great choice and clearly comfortable with his body if you've seen his underwear ad. >> probably isn't going to need to wear underwear in this film. >> it makes sense. you have to be comfortable with your body to play the kind of scenes we expect will be in "fifty shades of grey." i think this is a really good choice. i think obviously they wanted to get someone in there soon because they wanted to keep the production on schedule. it still is scheduled to open august 2014. supposed to start shooting in a few days, november 1st supposed to start shooting. i think this is a good choice. he's good looking, a good actor "once upon a time" in the bbc tv show "the fall" and in movies as well. i think this is a good choice
and looking at the reactions on twitter people seem to be happy. celebrities seem to be happy, lena dunham, elizabeth banks, a lot of celebrities tweeting their support as well. >> all righty. speaking of hollywood -- >> and have you seen his underwear ad? i don't know if i mentioned that. >> kim, you really seem to be selling. boy, you i think, we have to hose you down, i think. >> what about jake gyllenhaal? he's looking different, i hear, these days. >> yeah. exactly, he has lost weight for a role in a film "night crawler" he's doing. obviously a lot of actors do this. a lot of actors, we're going to see more of matthew mcconaughey, jared letto, for their roles in "dallas fires club" they lost 40 pounds. clearly a lot of actors do this for roles, they transform themselves and it does win them oscars. anne hathaway the weight she lost in "les miss."
renee zellweger gained weight for her role in "bridget jones." so you definitely see this. especially when it's an actor who is taking on a role that will likely win them or at least get them nominated for an oscar. >> that's what it is. >> i love the gaining weight part. that's so much easier i think than losing. >> so much more fun. >> shove it in. just eat eat eat. speaking of transformation, johnny knoxville is hiding under a lot of makeup these days to look like troublemaking seen questioner citizen in -- senior citizen in "bad grandpa." take a look. >> grandpa, this thing doesn't work. >> oh, god. >> oh! ow. >> he is funny. how will this film do? >> we got more. >> i don't know.
okay. kim what do you think? is this going to be a hit? >> well, here's someone who made a transformation physically, probably will not win him an oscar, but it will be nice to see -- yeah, i don't think this is an oscar winning role. johnny knoxville back on the scene and this film has a plot. there's actually a story. a lot of the "jackass" movies don't have a story, it's a lot of people played with pranks around them. this has a plot. kind of heartfelt. i think this is going to be the first movie that will be able to knock out "gravity" from the number one spot. it will probably make about $31 million. >> it looks scripted. this is a proper film. >> painful, but -- >> i think there's another movie that a lot of us are looking to watch. will ferrell, "ron burgundy." so much so he's getting his own ice cream flavor. >> what? >> seriously. >> i love this.
yes. >> i love scotch. i love scotch. scotch, scotch, scotch. here it goes down. down to my belly. >> in anticipation of the upcoming comedy, it's ben and jerry's right? they did this. >> ben and jerry's, yep, butterscotch flavored ice cream with butterscotch. no actual scotch, no alcohol will be in this, but getting great reviews. i think the movie will get great reviews too. a lot of people are looking forward to this movie. will ferrell works at gnn in the fictional ron burgundy character. the ice cream is such a great idea. ben and jerry's does this for a lot of different films or tv shows, "late night snack" for jimmy fallon with chocolate covered potato chips. i think this is going to be a good one. ron burgundy did put out a press release and he has other suggestions, cheap white wine sherbert is one of his suggestions. i hope ben and jerry's does not make that. >> the marketing that, you know, gets married here, the marketing
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little buddies safer. cnn's rene marsh has more. >> reporter: christie and miguel, the food and drug administration is proposing new rules for companies that make dog and cat food. the rules would require the same methods that keep human foods safe like better sanitation. the goal, to protect animal foods from bacteria, chemicals and other contaminants. the head of the fda says the announcement, quote, addresses a critical part of the food system. if you remember earlier this week, the agency reported more than 3,000 pets may have gotten sick from jerky treats made in china and the u.s. right now, there are almost no rules on pet food safety, but the fda has issued multiple recalls in the past few years. just last year, a salmonella outbreak at a facility in south carolina led to a recall of 30,000 tons of dog food and cat food. 47 people across the country got sick from handling that food.
now the new rules would also apply to animal feed for livestock. people can become ill if they eat sick animals, so it's not just the pets the fda is worried about. of course the rules still need final approval. christie and miguel? >> rene marsh, thank you very much. well, it is time for the good stuff. >> yeah. this is good. today's edition, middle school student ryan merrada, his mother is a breast cancer survivorp. in honor of breast cancer awareness month and his mom and taking a page out of the nfl playbook he wore pink sneakers to school. he got bullied for it. >> feel a little bit like depressed and sad because i knew my mom had it and it really made me like doubt getting the shoes. >> oh, my gosh. >> just a kid. >> i know. >> they got so bad for him he stopped wearing the shoes.
when his classmates found out why he was wearing pink and stopped they felt stupid, shamed and rightly so. the next day the school there, everything was in pink. everywhere. pink shirts, pink shoes, pink hats, even pink socks. >> nobody should be made fun of for doing that because he was supporting his mom >> look at all this pink around you now. how do you feel? >> i remember my mom last night crying with tears of joy. >> bless his heart. >> best of luck to him and his mom by the way. time for today's must-see moment. we can't get enough of these. watch as he does a jaw dropping back flip. >> i'm not going to be well. he went airborne two more times
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will not turn wild and savage. and when they do, a trainer's life can hang in the balance. >> kohl ingrew up on the southern tip of vancouver island. he started working at sealand of the pacific. >> i would go after school and weekends growing up, you know, and just thought that's how everybody grew up. >> sealand of the pacific used to be here. there's it's an aquarium in the ocean. there were nets that separated the stars, the killer whales. he eventually became a trainer, working with the three killer whales. his favorite, a small male named tilikum. >> he was very easy to work with. he learned quickly. learned well.
>> among the others. kelsey burns. on february 20th she just finished a with the killer whales when she slipped and fell into their enclosure. >> the three orcas were surprised one of their trainers had jumped into the pool, although fallen, and they were excited. it was completely out of the norm. >> witnesses saying the males including tilikum repeatedly pulled her under the frigid water. >> they couldn't get her. and finally she -- she didn't come up anymore. >> a trained driver, she volunteered to go go and retrieve her body. >> a coworker just drowned in the tank with the animals you were about to go in with. >> this wasn't a malicious attack. it was an accident. >> the coroner listed her death
as drowning or the consequence of forced submersion. she was the first trainer ever killed. >> oh my goodness. it was awful. it was awful for everybody. people in general just couldn't believe what had happened right here in our own backyard. >> not long after, sealion shut down. tim tilikum was sold to seaworld in orlando. but residents would hear about tilikum again. >> sheriff deputies have identified the 27-year-old man. then in 2010, tilikum pulled trainer dawn brancheau into the water. whechb he first meant tilikum, he had no problem with captivity and killer whales. now three decades and three deaths later, he definitely does. >> do you blame him? >> i don't blame him.
no. these would never have r had happened if he had been left in the north atlantic. >> martin savidge, cnn. tonight cnn presents a special on the history of the beautiful but dangerous animals. watch "blackfish" tonight at 7:00 eastern. thank you so much for starts your morning with us. >> former facebook friends. >> wouldn't feel it in atlanta. >> much more ahead in "your new day" which starts right now. it was a murder that shocked the country and immortalized the memory of a 6-year-old beauty queen. >> tlhere's a killer on the loose. i don't know if it's a he or a
she. >> now newly released grand documents show possible signs of cofferup. everybody spies on everybody. >> keep your dprends close and your enemies closer. so if the u.s. has been spying on allies, what does that make them? and it's a question plaguing us for years. which is worse. fat or sugar? sanjay gupta has the answer to finally end the diet mystery. we're going to tell you about that as you're eating your doughnuts and eggs. we're so glad you're with us. i'm christi paul. and i'm miguel marquez. high end retailer barney's is under fire after a second shopper is coming forward with claims of --
>> and now one of the shoppers is asking for rapper jay-z to get involved. nick is following the story. why involve jay-z in this? >> well, he's a rap superstar, but he's also a businessman. he's preparing to launch a new holiday edition ot the hiat the fashion store. fore undercover police officers approached her. she was attacked. she was stopped and frisked. asked how she got the money to pay for this. she was embarrassed. she didn't receive an apology. she's claiming she was racially profiled. nour her lawyers are seeking $5 million in punitive damage. this is coupled tw the incident of another young black college student. he bought a high end belt. he was targeted. detained in the store. asked to verify his check card. now it's a very big mess for this high-end fashion store in new york. >> you have to wonder how barney's is responding to this.
>> yeah, it's a nightmare. the ceo is responding. i want to read you a statement we have. no customer, should the unacceptable describe in recent reports and we offer our sincere regrets. barney's new york has zero tolerance for any form of discrimination. getting back to the petition, asking jay-z to step aside. it's got 5,000 signatures. up from 3,000 i didn't yesterda. the white house says the obama care web side will be ready next week. they have hired an outside firm to fix problems to. republicans have hammered it a disastrous debut. some democrats want enrollment deadlines extended to give people more time to sign up. and breaking overnight from
california, a police standoff is over this morning. here's brand new video of the suspected into cnn. samuel gave himself up after he hid in a vacant house for six hours. it happened just outside sacramento. s.w.a.t. teams emerged on the empty house. they only got gunfire in return. they sent in a robot to communicate with the suspect and urge him to surrender. police say he started shooting and ran for the neighborhood house. his aunt begged him to give up. >> sam, i love you. just come home. just come home. we have grandma eegs party, you know. what can i say? all i'm asking you guys. >> well, authorities have not explained why they wanted to arrest him. he was out of prison on parole.
firefighters raced to save one of the most iconic stores this new york. a fire break out at macy's flagship stores. that sent smoke billowing into the store. macy's was evacuated. the fire was put out and no one was hurt. >> amazing pictures. new details in a sensational case. the 1996 murder of jonbenet ramsey. we have the story from boulder, colorado. good morning. >> the newly released documents show that a grand jury in 1999 voted to indict john and patsy ramsey in the death of their daughter. that never happened. dna evidence exonerated the family. now new information is raising more questions about what really happened the night jonbenet
died. it's a murder mystery that remains unsolved 17 years. who killed jonbenet ramsey? apparently a grand jury in 1999 believed her parents had something to do with the 6-year-old's death. a colorado judge just released previously sealed documents. four pages for a 1999 grand jury indictment. the document shows the grand jury voted to indict john and patsy on two counts. child abuse resulting in death and being an accessory to the murder. at the time the district attorney said there wasn't enough evidence. >> although the grand jury concluded probable cause, that's not anywhere close to this the same standard as beyond a reasonable doubt. >> all along the ramseys claimed an intruder killed their daughter. >> we think it was a pedophile. we think it was a male. >> they were eventually cleared by dna evidence.
the released documents for 199 were the product of a grand jury that did not have the benefit of the conclusive 2008 dna testing that led to the unequivocal public exoneration of the ramsey family boulder district attorney. er in lie two decades later the search for the killer continues. the dna evidence is still considered the biggest clue in the case. but no match has been found. the boulder police department confirms this is still an open investigation. but it's a cold case, meaning they are not actively investigate fg. they continue to receive tips but have not received a credible tip for a long time. christi? >> all right. thank you so much. in a couple of minutes i'm going the talk live with this man. the former lead investigator in the jonbenet ramsey murder case.
there is a killer on the loose. >> absolutely. >> i don't know who it is. i don't know if it's a he or a she. but if i were arrested in boulder, i would tell my friends to keep -- keep your babies close to you. there's someone out there. >> who could forget that? jonbenet ramsey's mother back in 1997. it's been almost 20 years since someone killed her daughter. newly released documents showed
they were going to indict her parents. again, back in 1996. no one has ever been charged in this case. but james is the former lead investigator of it. he's also the author of the book "foreign faction: who really kidnapped john jonbenet?" ? >> they had the same evidence police investigators considering at the time. based on their new documents about the indictments, it seems to me they berealieved the fami was involved in some fashion and decided to diet on the two charges considered. >> so we know the charges, child abuse resulting in death and accessory to the crime. what evidence was missing that
kept the d.a. from going forward? >> well, that's a very complicated question. i think there could have been a lot of things that could be considered missing from the d.a.'s perspective to be able to bring them to a threshold of prosecuting beyond a reasonable doubt. i think there's been a lot of discussion about the threshold for indictment in saying this probable cause that an officer would have for arresting someone. but they have a higher standard when they decide to prosecute someone for events. >> well, i know the attorney for jonbenet ramsey issued the following statement. this only serves to further defame him and his late wife. so a lot of people are saying why release the documents now? is it fair? >> it's an important miss of the history.
the grand jury considered evidence and decided to indict on two charged. the prosecuting attorney decided not to file two charges. the record stands there was sufficient grounds to arrest or at least charge and that's why they signed the indictment back in 1999. >> so what were in the other documents and why not release them all at this point? >> that's a question i think that everyone is asking. alex hunter at the full-time could have indicated that the grand jury did find -- on two charges. he chose not to do so for whatever reason. he could have indicated that perhaps he felt there were no sufficient grounds for him to prosecute. >> you know, number seven of the grand jury say they knew who did it but covered it up.
they looked at 30,000 pieces of ed. dozens of witnesses. 13 months. did you see evidence of a cover-up? >> i think it's extremely unlikely that an intruder was involved in the situation. what's frustrating for me is the dna evidence continues to be told proof that an intruder was involved. >> so who do you think was involved? >> i do not think an intruder was involved. there was more than one sample of dna that was discovered over the course of an investigation. touch dna that was done late in 2008 and 2009 revealed additional unknown, unidentified samples of dna. if you look into the totality, there are six unidentified
samples of dna. >> i believe this was warranted by investigating family? . >> there were three people in the home that eventing. investigators need to look at all three of them. >> do you think -- boy, at this point do you think this case is ever going to be solved? >> it's very unlikely, unless there's a confession or someone else comes forward that has information that has been shared with them. there is one other possible lead that i propose to the boulder police department and the d.a.'s office over the course of writing. and that was another grand jury inquiry. and calling for ramsey.
i would not do that for certain. but he turned efforts away from investigators back in 2009. a grand jury may be another opportunity to see if they can get the interview. >> who is it? >> burt ramsey? >> and he is the son who was in the home at the time of the homicide. >> did you interview him yourself? >> no, i did not. boulder police reviewed him after a meeting to review all the circumstances before he took the case in the d.a.'s office. those efforts to spook to him -- he is now an adult. so that's one additional lead that could be followed upon. >> so this is a cold case which
means it's not closed. it's still open. but what kind of efforts are being made to close it at this point? has opening up these documents publicly renewed any sort of effort? >> i think they renew an interest. i don't think they add to any effort for prosecution. grand jury found probable cause on two counts. d.a.'s office chose not to prosecute. that did not mean that he could come in and prosecute now. the statute of limitations is run on those offenses. >> well, a.j., we so appreciate you taking the time to talk to us today. we're so grateful that you talked to us. you're one of only people who know the efforts that have been laid out there. we have not seen it yet publ publicly. thank you for taking the time.
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we know it was nearly a record setter in atlanta, is that right? >> we -- i don't believe we set a record. we'll have to double check that. i think most of the temperatures are cold. not so much record setting temperatures but very cold. for this time of year. we're seeing a lot of temperatures two or three weeks early. for seeing temperatures like this. for atlanta you have to go back years to find it this cold. they're selling flowers and organic foods. a lot of people selling jewelry and different types of things this will go on until the beginning of december. but the deep freeze, it looks like that is here, at least for the weekend. and just how cold is it? all the way from philadelphia, pennsylvania, all the way to alabama, we have frost and freeze warnings out.
look at this. across a large swath of the u.s. the deep freeze is on, with this morning's low temperatures dipping into the doesn't digits below average. >> still october. not used to that. >> cleveland area residensident hit with five inches of snow downing power lines and neighborhood trees. >> we're bored and pacing around. we're used to having the electronics on and then -- >> you got to talk. >> i know. we were forced to sit in the same room. it was driving us crazy. >> these winter like conditions are stretching from parts of the midwest to the midatlantic and deep south with at least a dozen states reporting frost advisories or freeze warnings. the winter like conditions are also causing treacherous driving on the roads.
black ice cause several accidents. fortunately no one was severely injured. but in michigan, a multivehicle accident turned deadly. two people were killed, including a good samaritan after a car slid off the side of an interstate. for some this early sign of winter was a treat. a chance to fine tune a snowman or hit the links for one more round. got a vest. it's made here in milwaukee. and as you can see here it's electronic so it has coils running through it. >> well, the temperatures warmed up a little bit in atlanta. and believe me, a couple of degrees makes a huge difference. we'll hold it down here and show you how cold it was and will be. >> karen mcginnis.
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i know it's still early. we still have a ways to go. i'm christi paul. glad to have your company. i'm miguel martin with christi paul. thank you so much. here are that the things you need to know for you new day. number one, $5.1 million. that's how much jp morgan will pay to settle claims that it misled fannie mae and freddie mac. they faced allegations they sold risky mortgages and mortgage securities while claiming they were sound investments. >> newtown, connecticut, moves one step closer towards closure. workers are kbg ask to destroy all materials. >> it breaks my heart.
police in central florida are searching a landfill for the bodies of a mother and her two kids. >> she was last seen tuesday after a fight with her husband. they are calling her husband a person of interest in the murder case. number four, toyota has agreed to pay $3 million to the driver and survivors of sa passenger killed in a 2007 camry crash. the driver says the accident was wassed when the car accelerated on itsds own. they may award more money. number five. an offduty police officer kidnaps fellow officer at gunpoint in pennsylvania. authorities say the alleged hostage taker shot himself in the head. >> and a video from kentucky
shows students got out of this bus just before it was involved in claims. they were on a field trip when someone noticed smoke in the back of the bus. it is a total loss exempt for few pieces of luggage. >> i can't imagine being on the thing. good students. america accused of spying on friends and world leaders. and the entire world seems pretty mad about it. >> and most recently, documents show the u.s. government may have been keeping a very close eye on friends and foes alike. forget the likes of iran, china and north korea. we're talking close allies. france and germany. merkel called obama to call him out. she said trust in the u.s. needs
to be rebuilt. jim lewis is the director and senior fellow of public policy. first these leaks, jim. anything new and anything our allies didn't know at the time? >> no, they should have known all this. particularly angela merkel. if you're talking on a cell phone you have to expect people are listening in. this shouldn't have been a surprise. >> let's listen real quickly to what senator marco rubio told cnn's "new day" yesterday. >> if you are a u.s. government official traveling abroad, you are aware that anything you have on your cell phone, your eipad be monitored. a lot is for the domestic con sujs of their own public. at the end of the day everyone knew there was gambling going on in casablanca? >> yeah, everyone spies on everyone. but the cardinal rule in
espionage is don't get caught. we're in a different game than we were before. when you're caught out you have to do something different. you can stonewall or apologize. when we are a free country that has their western freedoms and all these ideal ls. we were talking about, it's not very clear. what we're talking about dozens, perhaps hundreds of leaders, the heads of countries being listened to by the nsa. should we really be doing it because we can? >> probably not. that's one of the reasons we do it. the it's so easy. when you ask an intelligence agency to get information, say you ask what is germany going to do on the bailout for greeks? an intelligence agency is going
to get the answer by spying. saying everyone doesn't won't get us off the hook. on the other hand, countries need to understand the u.s. will do what it needs to do to protect itself. i don't particularly feel bad about that. >> what is most at risk after the fallout? >> what is most at risk is the transatlantic relationships, particularly with germany. germany is the key country in europe and we have to figure out a way to go to the germanss and say we apologize. you want to make them realize we recognize their concerns. we'll do something about it. and this won't happen again. >> and we know that france and other countries have a fairly aggressive spying operation, for at least industrial espionage in the u.s., and clearly it happens.
especially with germany and france. we have to trust each other in the world where the thoughts are hatched over countries and over the phone and e-mail and text messages and everything else. yes? >> no german official ever said,s no thanks. i don't want that intelligence information on terrorists living in germany because you may have gotten it through espionage. we are all three democracies. we don't always get along but we face similar problems and the u.s. needs to take the first step and say we have shared interest. we face shared risks. let's get back on track. >> hey, jim lewis, we appreciate you being here. thank you. >> thanks a lot. i'm really switching gears now. too much fat in your diet or too much sugar?
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diet. low fat became synonymous with healthy. when they took the fat out they started putting sugar in it. that's what has been happening for four decades. we have childhood obesity. heart rate and heart disease remains a big killer among men and women alike. so could sugar have been the problem all along? that's the focus of this editorial in the british medical journal. it's interesting for you look over the last 40 years we didn't cut out as much fat as we think. at least saturated fat. it's not to say fat doesn't have responsibility here, but sugar has really worsened things over the last four kads and it's interesting what it does to the body. the liver makes need cholesterol particles associated with heart disease. when fruit fell from the trees. hundred knee was protected from
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>> let's talk about angela merkel, too. she makes an angry phone call to president obama. she makes the phone call and says are you bugging me? not good for the formerly friendly relations. >> but anybody can have problems here. the former top spy chief makes a confidential phone call while riding on amtrak, but he's overheard by a guy who starts live tweeting the whole thing. he got a call from a friend that tipped him off his cover was blown. not sensible. he played nice. even took a photo with the guy whoo created the twitter storm. >> keep your friends close and your enemies closer, is that what they say? >>. allegations that the u.s. is spying on our closest allies. >> it's all done in the name of national security, isn't it? >> isn't that right, erin?
>> yes, we're told the u.s. in the a hot seat over all of this. i have more on how angry we are. >> and tired of the same old vacation spots? how about going to one you have never heard of. we're about to give you a sneak peek when "new day" saturday comes back. some of the biggest names in the sport of tennis got together for a rereunion. i mean it when i say it's an honor. >> the current and the previous number ones from the past 40 years were invited the to this. >> i didn't know i would be sitting or could be able to sit
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don't think about when they go to hawaii is the north shore, and there he'll show you how to find a secluded beach and show you how to capture an amazing shot at sunset. he'll show you what equipment he used to capture that shot. that's a neat website. >> that's helpful for all of us who don't do so well on vacation pictures all the time. what do yo recommend? >> i loved the series in spain. there's a little town called rnoda. it has roman bridges built hundreds and hundreds of years ago. it's a great place to shoot and capture photos. another place i love is southeast asia. cambodia and vietnam. from the deck of the boat you can capture incredible shots and
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right across the street. i can iconic photos people have taken of stra park, go to the exact spot and try to capture a little bit of that magic myself at different times. and you can talk about places you're going to and put it in, or you can be standing somewhere and find out places which are in walking distance and see the photos that have been captured there. the last one is scene spotter. scene spotter is a brand new face jng book app. you're not going to find it on your iphone or android device. go to facebook and you'll find it there. this is in beta. not many people use it yet. they're leveraging tour guides in the market. one thing about tour guides, really knowledgeable. if you want to really explore a destination you've never been to, tap in the tour guides and get their knowledge. they save you money when you book tours versus booking it yourself. as far as that goes, it's in beta. there's little bits of
information that's going to grow over time if people embrace it. >> mark, thank you very much for all your help today. >> glad to be here. >> and thank you for starting your morning with us. >> we have much more ahead. if you're just joining us a hearty hello to you. i'm christi paul. >> it's 9:00 on the east coast. 6:00 out west. this is new day saturday. >> and this just in to cnn we want to share with you. we are learning germany will send a team of intelligence officials to washington very soon. the u.s. ally is obviously furious over reports the nsa eves dropped on angela merkel's phone calls. jim boeis on the phone with us m london. >> german officials have
confirmed german intelligence officials will be heading to washington very stoon to meet with their counterparts which you would imagine would be nsa and people in the white house with deal with intelligence. she said she wanted to have meetings in washington by the end of the year. it sounds like the meetings have been set up and will happen in a pleart of days. germany is very unhappy with the allegations coming out. not just last week. not just the personal mobile phone. the cell phone of this chancellor, but also just the widening area of surveillance personal data here in europe. so the second thing we have learned that has made concerns and this was talked about yesterday, that germany along with brazil will be looking for some sort of u.n. resolution u
to deal with private data and personal data and data by intelligence organizations. but i think it's an idea they want to be have this taken to the u.n. level. which is quite significant, i would say. >> all right, jim, thank you much for the update. we're grateful. take good care. and this is happening as thousands are expected to march on the national mall in washington in just a few hours. they want an end to the controversial surveillance program. erin mcpike joins us from washington. erin, lot of fallout over nsa surveillance, yes? >> that's right. there is a big rally planned for the mall. we are expecting thousands of people. they will hand over half a million petitions to congress, calling for an end to the deep mass surveillance. that's all about the personal liberty side of it. but the administration is also dealing with a lot of this
concern over the spying into our allies like germany specifically. and i want to play something for something that jen, the spokesman for the state department said about this and the angst it's causing us. >> it's no secret over the last few months these series of information have led to criticism by our intelligence by many of our friends and partners. it's created significant challenges in our relationships with some of our partners and has been, of course, a public distraction as you saw over the last couple of days. >> now, president obama has said he's ordered a review of our surveillance capabilities, u because the administration wants to make sure we're doing the surveillance because we need it and not because we can. >> that seems to be the big
point here. could all of is this lead to a big bargain where amongst friends they seem to share intelligence and have a new level of intelligence sharing? >> it's clear the president has addressed remorsed. there will be a meeting with the german officials. just light this night, hillary clinton, the former secretary of state was speaking and she did say there needs to be a broader conversation about this. she says we want to go up the line and not over the line. so we will probably see more talk about this in washington in the coming days. >> erin mcpike in washington, thank you very much. >> more talk on exactly where that line is probably. speaking of hillary clinton. three political events in one week. that is the kind of schedule that does not help the hillary clinton in 2016 rumors.
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t easier to do so. sites such as ebay and craigslist, they barred the sale of guns. >> we have an author of the book quality more guns and less crime" and mark blaze. 1,000 mayors from across the country and both political parties as members. john, why use instagram to sell a gun? aren't there plenty of other ways out there? >> just as you can go and put something on a bulletin board or something else. you know the issue is people are going to talk about backgrounds checks here. the background check system is completely nuts. virtually everybody who gets stopped is a law-abiding citizen. well over 99% of the people who are stopped are a law-abiding citizens. and if're going to fix the problem, first of all we have to make sure that the people we're
going to be stop twg the background checks are going to be criminal. the issue is more complicated than that. that is the people who benefit from the most from owning b guns are poor individuals who live in high crime urban areas. larly u minorities. and if you want to raise the cost of them getting guns by making it so they can't go to this gun shows or other ways, imposing taxes or fees, in many states it's hundreds of dollars or 500 plus dollars to go and get a gun in dc. you're basically. you're krpricing out of the market. the individuals who need it for self defense. unless you go and deal with the problems of the existing system, simply going and try to extend it to other ways that people go and buy guns is just going to disarm law-abiding citizens.
>> instagram, is that legal under federal and state laws? >> it's legal if they are sell comelying with the laws, but we know they are not. there's nothing wrong with selling guns online. it should be easy and firnlt the wi everything else. it also has to be safe. unless websites have the proper procedures in place to make sure the people buying and selling are not criminals, domestic abusers are people already barred from law from having the guns, then they shouldn't be this the business. that's the reason craigslist and a number of other websites have decided not to be involved. >> should it ban them in total? >> no, none of us want to be in the business of banning photographs, but what they have to do is recognize that when people are able to completely anonymously buy and sell guns,
when a large number of people in the counted are not allowed to own the firearms but can go on insta zbrn gram and buy a gun tr a private siller who has no obligation to form a background check, they are going to put the guns in the wrong hand. that's not the answer to the gun problem in the country. >> who polices is this at the end of the day when it's over the internet? when it's on social media like this can? >> well, we have the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms. at the federal level you have state police and local police that enforce the rules. if people in 17 states. if you have any transfer of guns between private vins the. if they go do it without a background check there, that's a crime. they can get arrested for those things. but the issue here, we have to realize, is there are costs and
benefits for the different types of rule there is. everybody wants to stop criminals from getting guns. the problem is extending the current system before you get it fixed is almost going to entirely stop law-abiding good citizens who need the guns for self defense. >> not true. >> go and read the annual report. in 2010, the last year we have data for. there were 76,000 initial denials. of those 44 were prosecuted. 36 convictions. 36 out of 76,000. it's not because president obama is not trying to enforce the laws. those are false positives. when the president says 2 million prohibited people have been stopped from buying guns from background checks it's false. with the correct terminology should be is there are 2 million initial denials. like senator ted kennedy.
five times he was on the no-fly list. >> you're wrong on any number of the facts you've cited. let's put that aside for the moment. what we know is a background check takes two minutes an an overwhelming majority of people feel comfortable going through that and think it's not a higher price to pay. >> i'm sorry, gentlemen, we just ran out of full-time. thank you for taking time for us. thank you. executive director of crime prevention research center. al gore was out and about talking about drug addicts shooting up. >> you know, junkies find veins in their toes when ones in their arms and legs give out. >>
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a north carolina politician meanwhile may have cost him his jop. he resigned from his position as a republican party precinct chair. it came after he talked to "the daily show" where he made this comment about his state's new voter i.d. laws. >> if it hurts a bunch of college kids who too lazy to get get a photo i.d. so be it. if it hurts whites, so be it. if it hurts a bunch of lazy blacks, so be it. if you missed it shl, here it i. if it hurts a bunch of college kids too lazlazy, so be it. >> wow. the reaction to him was the best. he actually asked him, you know
we can hear you and you are being recorded. you know, al gore says it's a little like crack. this should be vetoed. he said. it's an atrocity. it's a threat to the future. he went onto say this. >> and you know, our addiction to these high intensity dirty carbon based fuels, you know junkies find veins in their toes when the ones in their arms and legs give out. we are in and out at the point where we're going after these ridiculously dirty and dangerous carbon based dirty fuels. and we've got to stop it. >> stop that metaphor. >> let's stop it right here. "new day saturday" has more to come right after this. [ paper rustles, outdoor sounds ]
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wrap their head around how a fellow classmate, a 14-year-old freshman could be charged with her murder. >> yeah, pretty much just shocked. you know. just trying to return to some sense of normalcy, you know. >> did you know miss ritzer? >> yeah, i had her in class for a little bit. she was real nice teacher. i think we all loved her. >> that was cnn's pamela brown there asking that question. you saw that there. the students were back to class on friday. police say colleen ritzer was attacked with a box cuter in a second floor bathroom inside the school while the school was back open. that bathroom will be closed indefinitely. >> alexandra, thank you so much. >> and coming up at the top of the hour. the doctor's misstrisz takes the stand. he's accused of drugging and drowning his wife. is gypsy a motive for murder? >> more on that trial. plus, scared of pit bulls until
she rescues one. meet the woman who carried him down a mountain after he was shot and left for dead. we'll tell you about that. i know you've heard of twerking. have you twerked? >> i have twerked. i can twerk. let's not discuss that. >> it's too early in the morning. >> the dance was around long before miley made it popular. schools are having to sign a no twerking contract if you want to attend a home coming dance. >> i was okay with it. >> it's okay. you have to get a permission slip to watch a movie in class or something along those lines. it's one of those things. >> taking it with a grain of salt. thank you for watching "new day." we are not gone yet. but first, a negotiating
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