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we find the defendant as to count one murder guilty. this morning, breaking news. dr. martin macneill has been found guilty in the drugging and murder of his wife back in 2007. >> a jury of eight deliberating overnight before reaching a verdict just a few hours ago. we're going straight to our own jean casarez at the courthouse in just a moment. your "new day" starts right now. good north to you. thank you for being with us.
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boy, what a night overnight between this and what's going on in philippines. a super typhoon. we're going to tell you everything that's going on as well. i'm christi paul. >> and i'm victor blackwell. at 6:00 a.m. this saturday, november 9th. welcome to "new day saturday." stunning, stunning developments out of utah while were you sleeping. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. dr. martin macneill stared apparently stone faced at the clerk as she read the verdict in his murder trial just three hours ago. >> a jury of eight found him guilty of killing his wife in 2007. the trial saw macneill's own daughters turn against him while jurors heard details of his tawdry aware with his mistress gypsy willis. jean casarez is joining us live from provo, utah. was this is a surprise, jean?
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>> reporter: you know, victor, i think the surprise was the verdict came in at 1:10 this morning in the courthouse behind me. it was so intense in there. throughout the evening, the jury had four questions. including, they wanted latex gloves to open up the evidence pack avenuing. so they could handle the dark shirt that michele was wearing. the last question was before we make the determination, we want to listen to the 911 call, shortly after that, we learned there was a verdict. >> we the jury having reviewed the evidence, the testimony in the case find the defendant as to count one murder guilty. as to count two obstruction of justice, guilty. >> reporter: screams of emotion echoed through the tense courtroom as martin macneill heard his fate sealed. seven long years after the
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drowning death find michele dead in the bathtub. her daughters and sisters sobbing uncontrollably. >> when we heard that, we were like did we hear that right? it's so surreal. we've been waiting for so long. >> reporter: after 14 days of testimony, it took the jury nearly 11 hours to come to a verdict. despite relying on circumstantial evidence, prosecutor chad grunander had told the jury to do the right thing. >> it is sometime for the truth to have its day. it's been almost seven years since michele's death. it's time for the truth to come out. do the right thing. do the right thing and convict martin macneill of murder and obstructing justice. >> reporter: macneill's daughter alexis was the impetus behind the case and pursued her father's prosecution with a vengeance. the verdict was her victory. >> we're just so happy he can't
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hurt anyone else. we miss our mom. we'll never get her back. but that courtroom was full of so many people who loved, loved her. i looked around, it was full of everyone who loved my mom. and i can't believe this is finally happened. so we're so grateful. >> reporter: friday's closing argument by prosecutor chad grunander convinced the jury as a doctor and lawyer, macneill had the motive, means and opportunity to kill his wife. it was planned all along, he said, and macneill left plenty of clues along the way. prosecutors believe macneill plied his wife with a deadly dose of drugs after insisting she have a face-lift. then held her water underground in the bathtub until she drowned. all so he could marry hmistress
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gypsy willis. >> there's a period of time where no one knows where michele is. fix her up a bath, get her in the tub, hold her head down for a little while and help her out. >> reporter: defense attorney randy spencer spent the year preparing for the trial, devastated by the outcome. >> i don't have any comments right now. >> reporter: macneill faces 15 years to life for the murder of his wife of 30 years. >> and the prosecutor asked that the bail of martin macneill be revoked. the defense said, your honor, his bail is set at $1 million. he cannot make that bail. the bail remains $1 million. and christi and victor, sentencing is set for january 7th, 2014, right here in provo. >> jean, should we expect to
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hear from the macneill's daughters during that sentencing period? >> victor it will be very, very emotional because there will be just as you say victim impact statements. the family will speak. but also this will be the chance for martin macneill to allah cute, beg the court for leniencies are it's 15 years to life the potential sentence. >> for more on the macneill verdict including testimony from the riveting trial head to cnn.com. we now turn to the other developing story. this unbelievable storm typhoon haiyan. we're getting new images and new reporting on the ground in the philippines. more than 100 people are confirmed dead all in one city alone. at least 100 more are injured. and the numbers are expected to sore. now, to put this monster storm in perspective. i uncovered an area that would stretch from south florida to
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upstate new york. it's not over yet. cnn's paula hancocks was one of the western journalists on the ground in the hard-hit city of tacloban city. she filed this report just a short time ago. >> reporter: she lost three of her daughters in a matter of seconds. the storm surge from typhoon haiyan tore them from her husband's arms. age 15, 13 and 8. only two bodies have been found. >> only ones missing is my eldest daughter. i hope she's alive. and we're hoping that she's alive. and she was somewhere -- just like -- >> reporter: she became emotional as she remembers seeing bodies float past her
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home. she said she was on the roof to avoid the water. she was among victims congregating at the tacloban area. it's a first aid area set up for cuts and bruises, but they can do little for a serious gash to the head. one of her first priorities, restoring communications. >> from today, within 48 hour, hopefully, we're now relying on satellite phones. >> reporter: as we move further inland, we come across more bodies. this is the local chapel here which is effectively being turned into a morgue. inside, there are nine bodies, five of them are children. the military planes that bring life essentials in take the body bags out. as well as the injured that need to keep their hope for the future. paula hancocks, cnn, tacloban in the philippines. >> it was a scramble for search
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and rescue there this morning. certainly, our thoughts and prayers with all the people hit by this and the people that are doing everything they can to try to take care of those people and what needs to be done now. but this monster typhoon, this is part of what's so frightening, isn't even over yet. look at the ferocious storm surge. this is haiyan in the philippines. and now it's heading straight towards vietnam. alexandra steele joining us now in the cnn weather center. when is haiyan expected to hit vietnam? >> tomorrow. i mean, this is historic on so many fronts. the longevity of these winds. the intensity of it. here's this super typhoon breaking over the philippines. the third in three weeks. so this area has just been devasta devastated. now it is in the south china sea. it's not a super typhoon anymore. a super typhoon is 150 miles per hour winds. down to 120. just to show you the perspective, you heard victor say from canada, all the way
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south to south florida, that's the scale and massiveness of this thing. gusts are 150, when it came ashore in the philippines, it was 230-mile-per-hour wind gusts, sustained winds of 150. i mean, unheard of, certainly historic. so here's a look. tomorrow, it will get into danang, a major port see and move to hanoi, of course, the capital. we're talking 15 to 20 million people. very low-lying area. here's the wind forecast. you can see it in the tropical storm force winds. the winds do abate some. but the wind and water guys phenomenal on this. >> good heavens, alexandra steele, thank you so much. you know, thank goodness for the technology. these people at least usually have heads up. >> we know that the filipino government are now sending in 12,000 pounds of communication slys and relief supplies and
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medical supplies to tacloban city. in washington, subpoenas now starting to fly. >> a republican congressman shows he's serious about getting answers on the obama care website debacle. plus, new twists in the miami dolphins bullying. nick? >> i'm nick valencia, a lawyer said harassment included threats to the family. congestion, for the smog. but there are a lot of people that do ride the bus. and now that the buses are running on natural gas, they don't throw out as much pollution into the air. so i feel good. i feel like i'm doing my part to help out the environment.
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14 minutes after the hour now, thanks for watching "new day saturday." if you're hoping to sign up for health care this weekend, wait a couple days of parts of healthcare.gov are down for upgrades. you can set up an obama care account and log on. but it will probably be tuesday before you can complete your health insurance purchase. officials are pointing to the websites. improvements, though, they say the average page load time has been cut from eight seconds to less than one. and the page error rate is down from 6% on launch date to 2% now. darrell issa is going to force the chief officer to testify before wednesday.
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issa had asked todd park to testify about healthcare.gov's problem voluntarily, park declined saying he's too busy with website fixes. issa has issued a subpoena. it requires that park appear before the house oversight committee or face contempt champs. christi, over to you. richie incognito is flying out to the west coast after the suspension. not clear what the dolphins linebacker is doing out there. nick valencia is covering it for us. >> yeah, this story keeps getting stranger and stranger. it's the weekend, a lot of people talking about the in of envelope it's the situation in the locker room that's casting a shadow over the games. >> reporter: vulgar comments, racially charged language and a physical attack from miami dolphins linemen jonathan martin the threats crossed the line. so last week, he left the team. this according to a statement
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released from his attorney. jonathan endured harassment that went far beyond traditional hazing, his lawyer said, these facts are not in dispute. but what is in dispute is the relationship between martin and teammate richie incognito, the man suspended by the dolphins for differential conduct. >> it gets to the part where you can't differentiate between what's facts and opinions. >> reporter: the question, were martin and incognito best friends, some say yes. >> what's perceived is that richie is this psychopath racist maniac, right? the reality is that richie was a pretty good teammate and richie and jonathan martin were friends. >> reporter: some say they hung out on the field and off. for one season they played next to each on the miami offensive line. a position where both martin and incognito were expected to be tough. something martin's lawyer addressed. jonathan martin's toughness is
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not an issue. the issue, is jonathan's treatment by his teammates. in the fallout, martin's decision to leave the team has been widely scrutinized while incognito's behavior is chris sized. a woman said incognito touch her inappropriately with a golf club. details from a 2012 police report. wcn. >> reports incognito was never charged. as to his future with the team for now the dolphins aren't talking. >> any comments we'd make at this time would be a disservice to the process that's about to take place. >> and i've spoken to a lot of nfl players about this, while they done condone bullying or the racist language that incognito was alleged to have used, they do think that this thing has got blown out of proportion. and that worse has happened in the locker room. >> i think people are so -- we know i guess maybe -- i'm not in an nfl locker room.
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so i don't know. >> right. >> people think, you know when you mentioned -- allegedly mentioned gang raping his sister. who even goes there? >> and we hear jonathan martin checked himself into a hospital in california for mental distress. some people are criticizing that, his reaction, saying if he had this mental distress, it should have been diagnosed years ago. both players are seemingly having their reputation tarnished because of what happened. >> did you say that people are coming to the defense of incognito? >> a lot of nfl players a lot offed me media analysts saying this is a warriors game how do you expect them to act civilized in a game that's so brutal. >> nick valencia, thank you so much. >> you bet. >> victor, back to you. >> all right, christi, nick. the nfl is taking hits for more than the bullying controversy. retired hall of famer tony dorsett is showing signs of a serious brain disease. you'll want to watch this. and he's blaming the nfl for
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the simple to mes to cte are expression and memory loss. you hear these stories from former nflers who say i forget my car keys. i get in the car and don't know where i'm headed to. simple tasks. tony dorsett, you heard him say that his kids are scared of him. when heet goods mad he gets really mad. tony dorsett took part, four guys took part in this new brain study where they were able to determine signs of cte. you can't actually detect cte until an autopsy is performed. they were diagnosed with signs. the depression, the memory loss. tony dorsett said he knew he had several concussions over his career. didn't know how many. but he said the owners knew what was going on but they decided to look the other way. i think what he said earlier this week was really poignant. >> the owners knew this for years. and they looked the other way.
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>> wow! >> he did not waste time. we'll have more on ted cruz's appearance on leno in a few moments. five things you need to no for your "new day." number one, stunning developments over night, a jury finding dr. macneill guilty of drugging and murdering his wife back in 2007. one of macneill's daughters said her mother finally has justice. during the trial, a prosecution witness she admitted she had an affair before and after his wife's death. he'll be sentenced on january 7th. more than 100 bodies were found in just one city after what's likely the strongest storm ever recorded. devastated the philippines. just take a look at that storm surge there. typhoon haiyan hit the islands with winds up to 235 miles per hour. catastrophic damage to areas with hundreds of thousands of people. it's set to hit vietnam as a category three later today. diplomats are urging closer
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to a breakthrough deal on the iran nuclear program. secretary of state john kerry is expecting to take part in talks. israel's prime minister said the proposed deal is very dangerous. number 4, a florida couple is suing filmmaker spike lee for retweeting their home address believing it to be george zimmerman's. lee sent the tweet a month after the controversial shooting of trayvon martin back in 2012. well, the couple says they're still receiving death threats and hate mail as a result of that. both sides had previously agreed to a $10,000 settlement. number 5, the fda is moving to take transfats out of the food you eat. it's in a lot of processed foods. a lot of us seat these foods because we're rushed. frozen pizzas, desserts, coffee kremer. partially hydrogenated oils
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increases the life of foods. the fda says it's no longer generally recognized as safe. one huge reason transfats are eliminated is because of the health. >> here to talk about that is health and fitness expert. nice to have you here. >> good to be here. >> is it true they thought transfats is better -- >> yes, people were scared about saturated pats. that's what clogged your arteries. it's liquid fat made solid. it's worse than saturated fats. it clogs your arteries and causer greater inflammation in your body and increasing the ring of diabetes. it's much worse than originally thought. >> we know where some of this is physically, i think people understand where the transfats are, however there are surprises. >> there's surprises and also
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get morgue educated on how to read a food label. what i didn't understands are it's in pancake mix. some pancake mix doesn't have transfats. what you have to do is look at the label. is it labeled transfat? >> yes. >> what are the labels we need to look for? >> that starts in 2006 that you actually have to say the transfats, the amount of fats, we just have to understand that we used to think that butter was worse. but margarine is liquid fat form. >> and i defy you to find a cracker on the shelf half the time. you would not think a cracker has transfats. >> the real cool thing is people are getting educated about it. us as consumers, we're demanding it. baked goods, they're found in it. you have to look at the label and find more healthier options like that. simple things like chile.
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when we look at corned beef hash. >> and kids meals, too. >> chocolate pudding, a lot of this, when you look at this, you think you're doing well, this meal for kids has over 500 calories, 24 grams of fat. has 3 grams of transfats. 5 grams of saturated fat. it's not the best. so you have to get educated. obviously, victor, like you said a cupcake -- >> we know. >> we know this stuff. the thing is there's a lot of desserts that don't have transfats. you just want to get a look at the label and look for a zero by it. >> what are the other options? >> what do we -- >> there are good fats? >> the great fats are almonds, avocados. and you want to eat healthier. basically -- >> come on, mark -- let me just put it out there -- between almonds and this --
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>> cupcakes and he pulls this out over here. >> this is the deal. it's not like occasional transfat, it's okay. what's fun, there's a lot of desserts, victor, i know you love this. there's a lot of desserts that are zero transfats. the more natural that you eat, the more natural, you're not going to get any transfats. remember this, is made food. it's made because they're taking liquid fats. it's a better shelf life. >> if i have one once a week, how dangerous is it? >> not dangerous at all. eat protein with it. that's the biggest thing. so it doesn't spike your sugar. >> thank you. have a cupcake and chicken breast. >> i love it. >> i don't know if it's going to go over well. we'll try to cut out that cupcake.
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a live look at new york city. the charging bull right in the middle of the big apple. good week for wall street. mostly cloudy there. high of 50 degrees. good news, twitter this week. >> oh, yea. >> after the company's ipo hit the market. better for them than facebook. >> by all means. >> twitter soared. >> with the friday jobs report, that really got investors' attention. let's take a look with alison kosik. >> reporter: hi victor and christi. thy past week on wall street brought good news on the economy. the u.s. added 204,000 jobs in october. wall street expected fewer because of washington aeg shutdown and fears about the debt ceiling. october was the third best month this year. unemployment rate rose to 3.7%. analysts say it's a temporary blitz because of the shutdown. still unemployment is high, and we haven't gained back all the jobs lost during the recession.
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despite the upbeat report, stocks ended mixed for the week. twitter's little bluebird finally landed at the nyc. traders cheered when the ticker symbol twtr moved for the first time. and it eventually closed 70% higher. still, to wit h still, to wwitter has yet to tua profit. fairfax financial is expected to buy blackberry outright and wall street sees fairfax as a white knight for the struggling company. blackberry's future is uncertain. blockbuster video as we know it is dead. the store is closing the last of its 300 stores. blockbuster had 9,000 locations but it couldn't keep up with netflix and red box and eventually went bankrupt. a hand full of franchised independently owned places will subviev. that's a wrap-up on wall street.
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>> alison kosik, thanks so much. so this was a risk. i don't know if anybody would do this. if you were at washington's favorite late night punch line wow, go on "the tonight show" with jay leno? >> it takes a lot of guts. ted cruz, you know, a driving force behind last month's posh government shutdown. he did the "saturday night live" route and that kind of treatment, leno kept things pretty serious. >> i've been reading a lot about you lately. and they describe aggressive, arrogant and abrasive accurate? >> i don't know you can believe everything that you read. >> any one of those? you can believe any one of those? >> you know what i'm trying to do is do my job. and occasionally, people don't like it. >> i know you're a man of principles. you have your principles. does that prevent compromise
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when you're so set on something? >> of course not. ronald reagan said what do you do when they offer you half a loaf, the answer is, you take it and come back for more. >> approval rating is 12%? >> that high. >> americans are sick of brinksmanship, don't you think? >> look, i think americans are deeply frustrated. that washington is broken. and i think it's a bipartisan problem. i think the biggest divide we have is not between republicans and democrats, it is between entrenched politicians in both parties in washington and the american people. look, my focus has been jobs, economic growth and in particular obama care. obama care, it's the biggest job killer in this country. it's interesting -- >> let me ask you -- in texas they don't want obama care? >> we don't want obama care
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because it's taking away their health care. what we want -- >> 25% of the state doesn't have any health care anyway, so obama care would help them? >> well, it wouldn't, number ones are because it's taking away a lot of people's health insurance. and number two, it's killing jobs. look, i'm a big believer in health care reform. i think we ought to reform health care so it's personal, it's portable it's affordable. we ought to empower patients rather than government bureaucrats getting between you and your doctor. >> you notice there was a lot of process on both sides of that. the odd seemed to be engaged on that. not too many jokes but substantive conversation. he said he stands for marriage for a man and a women but it's for different states. states make decisions based on people's values. have you heard about the olympic torch? it's reached out of state. >> but that's not cool enough
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♪ good morning, london. or i should say almost afternoon there. good afternoon. live look at the city. the iconic tower bridge located next to the tower of london. happy saturday to all of you. so grateful to have you on board. let's take a look at headlines around the world. tehran, the capital of iran, of course. people are waiting to hear if world diplomats are going to reach a nuclear deal with leaders.
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cnn's reza isiah is there. hi. >> reporter: eager for talks in geneva, the negotiations have made headlines for the past few days. if there say deal, perhaps it's the iranians that will gain the most. this is a young educated population. they've suffered through years of economic sanctions and economic isolation. they say if there's a fair deal on the table they want it to happen. the big issue remains uranium enrichment. they face the possibility of halts 20% enrichment. if that happens, seemingly making it impossible to make a bomb. however they have made it clear they're not going to stop enrichment entirely. and they want it to be eased. thank you. the government assassinated palestinian leader yasser arafat using plutonium.
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matthew chance. >> reporter: christi, the palestinian committee set up to investigate the 2004 death of yasser arafat said that the swiss is the only suspect. said that specimens from arafat remains contain high levels of radio act polonium 210. >> matthew chance, thank you. and the middle east is being infected with polio. this is according to the world health organization. now they're scrambling to get millions of children vaccinated before polio spreads through europe. cnn's erin loughran is reporting on this. >> reporter: it's been a week since ten cases were confirmed in syria. since 1999, as thousands flee
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the civil war, german infectious deese experts say it poses a real danger to european countries with low vaccination coverage like bosnia and the ukraine. on friday officials announced a campaign to vaccinate more than 20 million people against polio across seven countries and territories in the middle east. christi. >> thank you so much, we appreciate it, erin. in about three hour, the olympic torch is going to go on a space walk. this is a first. cnn's phil blackstone is there. >> reporter: russia leaders weren't satisfied with sending the torch into space. that's been done before. two cosmonauts will carry the torch when they leave the international space station on a space walk. for one hour, it will float above the earth in what they say
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will be the most spectacular torch relay in history. >> victor, back to you. >> thank you, christi. i know you've got things planned this weekend. don't cancel anything. a two-ton satellite is falling back to earth this weekend. no one knows when and where it will land, seriously. just want you to be aware. more on this. first, each week we're shining a spotlight on the top ten here rose. cnn heroes of 2013. of course, you have a chance to vote for the hero who inspires you the most. you can do that at cn cnn.heroes.com. this week's honoree is a doctor who provides free medical care to poor communities. meet dr. george willie. >> for a country like mine, people like to drink to dance, to enjoy their life. but with poverty, they cannot
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enjoy their life. it's a pleasure if i can help two or three people that would be great. >> okay. >> i said to my father for 23 years, before you pass away, see a doctor. to help people. my name is george willie. i bring free surgery and health services to people. they're beating the drums, of things to come. they come on foot. we are doing consultation. and in the afternoon, they have a list of symptoms and that we are going to operate. we need our generator because in the village there's no light. till sunday morning, year doing
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around 40 surgical procedures. they brought me here. this will change my future for my family. for all the patients, if there's any problem, they can come back to us. i help the poor and they're happy. i'm giving back to give the opportunity to restart. new brakes help you stop faster and safer.
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♪ what a beautiful morning. 61 degrees today. and it says cloudy, but it looks like sun's peeking out to here
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in atlanta. we're just trying to share some of that sunshine with us here this morning. >> so, so nice. speaking of being blinded by science -- forget about the threat of asteroid or a space rock falling on. >> you know why? because this 2,000-pound satellite ran out of fuel and it's going to fall back to earth. >> there are two issues here. just two. no one knows when or where this 17-foot instrument is going to fall. >> kind of big issues, though. to the rescue, cnn's chad myers. has more for this weekade "the science behind." christi, we're talking about satellite called goche, it ran out of fuel and it's going to fall back to earth. it seems like a lot are falling back to earth. remember back in february, a
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meteor slammed into a small russian town. we never saw it coming because it came from the direction of sun and the telescopes were blinded by the light. this is different, a satellite launched by the european space agency in 2009. its job was toap the earth's gravitational feel. ironic, goche at 2500 pounds is drifting back to earth. it's expected to come crashing down soon. exactly where is much more unclear. timing on the impact from the new york space agency told "the new york times" concretely our best engineering prediction is now for a re-entry on sunday with a possibility for it slipping into early monday. it's easy to track satellites because they're closer to earth. but asteroids are much harder to find and much more dangerous. the question is, do we know where they are?
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>> it's really big, we know where the big ones are. ones that would render us disrupt. >> as far as that and other satellites, no need to worry, there's an app for that. all are spinning around the earth, most of them will some day have a date with gravity. scientists say debris is fall to get earth all the time. most of it harmless, at more than 17 feet long, 3 feet in diameter, goche has the possibility to do damage. we don't know where it will fall, likely in the ocean because there's more ocean than land. pieces could fall to the ground and wear a hard hat this weekend. just kidding. >> just a joke. >> chad myers, thank you very much. that's concerning, we don't know when and where. >> you would think most would
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burn up at its re-entry. >> thanks for starting your morning with us. >> the next hour of your "new day" starts right now. i'm missing my eldest daughter, i hope she's alive. the hope is that she's still alive. >> can you imagine just waiting to find out if your child is alive. just panic, as families desperately search for the missing as typhoon haiyan is ravaging the philippines. >> and the storm isn't done yet. that's part of what's so frightening here. this as humanitarian agencies making their way in. we're live in one of the hardest areas there. we see there, everybody can relate to the fear of not knowing where somebody is. especially in a situation like that. so certainly, our thoughts and prayers going out to everyone
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affected by typhoon haiyan. but we're going to get you the latest on that. and several things that happened overnight. welcome to "new day." i'm so glad to have you here. i'm christi paul. >> and i'm victor blackwell. one of the important thing is the verdict coming in the martin macneill murder trial. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. >> let's get more on the breaking news. the martin macneill trial ended just hours ago with a verdict that left the doctor's family weeping with joy and gratitude. >> you know, a jury of eight found macneill guilty of killing his wife in 2007. his daughters sobbing in court he, though, apparently barely blinked as the clerk read the verdict. cnn's jean casarez has been following this case. joins us live from provo, utah. jean, i know you've been up all night long. thank you so much. we know through this trial, macneill's reaction has been pretty icy, right? >> reporter: it has, but i've
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seen another reaction. when the jury was not in the courtroom, it was amazing, christi, he would welcome his defense team, shake their hands, he would ask them if they wanted water, it was like he was welcoming them into his home which was the defense table. but, you know he was such a respected doctor here in provo, utah. everyone knew him, they adored him. so no one thought that he could commit a crime like murder, well, the family, his daughters pushed, they believed that he was responsible for the death of their mother. that culminated in the trial, and tonight, this morning, we had a verdict. >> we the jury having reviewed the evidence, the testimony in the case find the defendant as to count one murder guilty. as to count two, obstruction of justice, guilty. >> reporter: screams of emotion echoed through the tense courtroom as martin macneill heard his fate sealed. seven long years after the
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drowning death of his wife michele in the family bathtub. her daughters and sisters shaking and sobbing uncontrollably as they said bittersweet tears. >> when it happened we were kind of like awe, did we hear that right. it's surreal. we've been waiting for this for so long. >> reporter: after 14 days of testimony, it took the eight-person jury nearly 11 hours to come to a verdict. despite relying on circumstantial evidence, prosecutor chad grunander had told the jury to do the right thing. >> we're absolutely thrilled. it was an amazing moment to meet with the family. i think they found alexis sommers to be totally credible. i think they believed her, such a wonderful strong woman who did not give up on her mother. >> reporter: macneill's daughter alexis was the impetus behind the indicates and pursued her father's prosecution with a vengeance.
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the verdict was her victory. >> we're just so happy he can't hurt anyone else. we miss our mom. we'll never get her back. but that courtroom was full of so many people who loved, loved her. i looked around. it was full of everyone who loved my mom. and i can't believe this has finally happened. we're so grateful. >> reporter: friday's closing argument by prosecutor chad grunander convinced the jury that as a doctor sand a lawyer, mcneil had the motive, means and opportunity to kill his wipe. he was planned all along, he said and macneill left plenty of clues along the way. prosecutors believe macneill plied his wife with a can deadly dose of drugs after insisting she have a face-lift then held her water in the bathtub under
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the water she drowned. all so he could marry his mistress gypsy willis. >> who's in the bathtub? >> no one really knows where martin is, rush home, take care of your business. give michele the drugs. fix her up a bath. get her in the tub. hold her head down for a little while and help her out. >> reporter: defense attorney randy spencer spent a year preparing for the trial, devastated by the outcome. >> of course, i'm disappointed but i don't have any comments right now. >> reporter: macneill faces 15 years to life for the murder of his wife of 30 years. >> what do you want to say to michele right now? >> i love you, michele. very glad that we could do this for you. and i felt her with us in there. >> and the sentencing for martin macneill will be january 7th of 2014. you know, christi and victor, i
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asked the prosecutor what is the lesson to be learned from this case. and they said, never give up. if you believe in something, if you believe in the justice that needs to be served, you keep going and you fight. and prosecutors and the family of michelle macneill believe justice was met early this morning in provo, utah. >> we'll see if we'll hear from their daughters during that sentencing phase. jean casarez, thanks so much. for information on the macneill verdict including testimony from this riveting trial, head to cnn.com. boy, some of the latest pictures we're getting from parts of the philippines. scenes of utter devastation after super typhoon haiyan. >> oh, my god. >> i want to get right to cnn's paula hancocks in tacloban, philippines when got the worst.
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paula, what's going on right now? can you give us a sense? >> okay, it may be tough there. we have lost paula's signal to try to get that up. boy, you can see from the scenes of this, they were saying, this is such a fierce storm. we've got winds 235 miles per hour. and look at how massive this storm is. i mean, the width of it going all the way from just to give you some perspective, canada to florida. >> to south florida. a huge storm. >> something to equate it to. >> with a huge impact. we have a story now. we couldn't get paula hancocks on the phone but let's listen to the report. >> reporter: she lost three of her daughters in a matter of seconds. the storm surge from typhoon haiyan tore them from her husband's arms.
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age 15, 13 and 8. only two bodies have been found. >> only ones missing is my eldest daughter. i hope she's sa live. and we are hoping that she's alive and she was somewhere, but she's alive. >> reporter: she became emotional as she remembers seeing bodies float past her home. she said she was on the roof to avoid the water. they are just some of the victims congregating at the tacloban air strip. many have waited hours to get their first food since the storm. a first aid center is set up for cuts and bruises, but they can do little for a serious gash to the head. one of the first priorities, restoring communications. >> from today, hopefully within
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48 hour, hopefully, we're relying on satellite phones. >> reporter: as we move further inland, we come across more bodies. this is the local chapel here which is effectively being turned into a morgue. inside nine bodies, five of them are children. the military planes that bring life essentials in take the body bags out. as well as the injured that need to keep their hope for the future. >> our paula hancocks there reporting for us on this terrible storm in the philippines. emergency crews are assessing the damage on the ground. relief teams are also rushing food, medicine, blankets to people who are hit hardest by the storm. remember, this monster storm hit 3 1/2 times the force of hurricane katrina. consider that. now is the as the typhoon heads towards vietnam, officials say that the number of casualties in the philippines is expected to rise. we've got on the phone joe curry
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with catholic relief services. he's there in the capital city of manila. joe, tell us what it's like where you are. >> i'm in manila in the capital. we're mobilizing. we're talking to partners around the country and trying to get information. fortunately, other areas were spared but the eye in the path were devastated as you can see from that information from tacloban. >> what are the biggest challenges in getting the relief to the people who need it? >> for the relief, it's going to be a lot different where the government is look to clear roads to the airport. right now tacloban is not accessible by air or by foot. we're hoping that boats can get
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there sooner. they're trying to mobilize to get out there in the next couple of days. >> joe curry with catholic relief services. stay safe. of course, all our thanks from cnn for the work you do for the people there. also, joe told us that the bohol island, 350,000 people still there in tents because of an earthquake that hit last month. >> yeah, 7.2 magnitude was that earthquake. they are able, we understand, at least some of these people, ready to eat meals and clothes and blankets and medicine. but water, i understand, is a little scarce there. we're obviously going to keep up on this and we'll let you know how it progresses through the day. but that typhoon just a typhoon. not a super typhoon but has its eye set on vietnam. and that could happen tomorrow. >> and still very strong. >> and could it strengthen? that was the other question, too. speaking of storms, how about the political one always going on here?
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presidential nomination is in full swing. >> reporter: ted cruz traded jobs with jay leno on nbc's "the tonight show." >> i've been reading a lot about you lately. they describe you as aggressive, arrogant and abrasive, accurate? >> i don't know that you can believe everything that you read. >> anyone of those? you can believe any one of those? >> you know, what i'm trying to do is do my job. and occasionally, people don't like that. >> reporter: some republicans blame cruz for october's government shutdown and what turned out to be an ahn successful attempt to defund obama care. but cruz is ignoring the criticism amid the presidential buzz, visiting iowa, the first state to cast judgment in the presidential primary, he blasted conventional wisdom to win a general election, gop candidates need to be more moderate.
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>> what complete poppycock. >> reporter: chris christie got even more attention this week, he landed on the cover of "time" magazine an couldn't stay away from network tv. >> listen, i think the party's got to focus on winning again. sometimes, i think the party cares more about winning the argument than it cares about winning the elections. >> reporter: he's taken a markedly different approach than cruz, urging his party to work with democrats. when we caught up with him on election day, this week in new jersey, he wasn't hiding this interest for running for higher office. had was just a little playful. >> governor, when do you think you'll get the chance to vote for yourself again? >> i don't know. i won't run for another nofs new jersey i can guarantee it. this is it for me. we'll see what happens if there's a chance in the future. i don't know if there will be. that's why i took longer in the
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we're focused much more on the user experience. >> this has to be all about potential if it's never turned a profit. let's talk to brett larson, host of "tech bites." can you explain, i tweet, you tweet, how does twitter make money for its investors? >> that say great question. they're making money from investors from amazing jump in stock price. over 20% jump in stock price. the ceo said it very well, they now have time to figure these thing out. the one thing that twitter has absolutely figured out is the mobile space. and that is where all of the users are going. they're going to their smartphones. they're going to their tablets. they actually want things that are quick and easy to read. twitter is very smart in tracting users, getting the mobile audience and advertisers. >> a lot of people are looking
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at twitter saying 73% on day one. look at facebook, it doesn't even increase 1% in its debut back in may 2012. what did twitter get right that maybe facebook didn't? >> right. and facebook also had so many problems with their ipo on the day that it went. there were many delays in getting the ipo to happen the day it happened. twitter spent a lot of time making sure everything was very carefully crafted. there were a lot of questions for facebook about their ability to make money, their ability to go after that mobile audience. and these were incorporate thats that twitter really had nailed down. and also, they had the ability to look at -- the facebook i po and saying we don't want that to happen. we're going to make sure we'll do better than that. >> should we expect more ads? i understand that the company has got to make money, but i hate the little twitter ads. should we expect more of those? >> right. you know, as we've seen with facebook, as facebook has become more covered in advertising, yes, definitely, we should
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probably expect to see more advertising. more sponsored tweets pop up. more recommended that we follow different brands or different paid personalities. so that will definitely start to happen. i don't think we're going to make big changes fast. i think we're going to slowly move into the space so they don't defend the millions and millions of users. >> brett larson haute of the radio syndicated show "techbytes." martin macneill, stone-faced. although he's just been found guilty of murder. that verdict led to an outburst by a family that turned on him or some would say told the truth. richie incognito spending time away from the miami dolphins this morning. after that bullying scandal that has rocked the nfl. we'll have more in a moment.
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over night, a jury in utah found martin macneill guilty. murdering his wife. macneill will be sentenced on january 7th. >> number two, as people in the philippines try to escape floodwaters up to their neck, the death toll likely to be what the strongest storm in history expected to skyrocket. more than 100 bodies found in one city. typhoon haiyan hit the city with winds up to winds 235 miles per hour. now it's setting its sights at vietnam. the fda is moving to take transfats out of the food you eat. it's in a lot of food that people love. processed foods. frozen pizzas and desserts, microwave popcorn, coffee kremer. the main ingredient, partially
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hydrogenated oils. it enhances the shelf life and enhances food. the childhood home of rap artist eminem has been damaged by fire. apparently firefighters responded to the blaze friday night. that detroit house is no longer owned by eminem's family, we should point out, but it does appear on the cover of his album. the home was auctioned on ebay for $500,000. didn't receive any bids. and firefighters and investigators, they're still trying to figure out what caused the blaze. number 5, diplomats say they're inching closer to a deal on iran's nuclear program. secretary of state john kerry is expected to take part in talks in geneva. britain's envoy said, quote, there's very good progress but several issues need to be resolved. israel said the proposed deal is, quote, very dangerous. we told you a moment ago about that conviction in utah. dr. martin macneill, he stood still as a statue while he
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learned his fate in the early morning hours. he's convicted of killing his wife. no one appreciated the verdict more than macneill's own daughters because she believe he ruthlessly killed their mother so he could be with his mistress. danny ny cevallos is with us t early more than. good to have you. >> thank you, good morning. >> is this expected? >> it isn't. i'll tell you why, three of the state's medical examiners concluded that cardiac arrhythmia could have caused the death. even with that i think this was the defense's case all the way. of course, we've seen a trend with cases that if the prosecution shows extreme cheapiness, in other words, a cheating husband, someone who has a motive to get the wife out of the way. we've seen it at least in a couple different cases. at least with the name peterson
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that juries will conclude there isn't as much direct evidence of a killing, they may still find a person guilty, a defendant guilty of murder. this was a surprise to me, victor. >> you know, we just had up the shot of dr. macneill standing there stone-faced as the verdict was read. i wonder -- i'm always mazed by people who can listen to that guilty verdict and show no emotion. i wonder what his rule during this trial just sitting there stone-faced, some would say icy, what impact that might have on a jury? >> well, it's interesting that you brink this up because this is something that all defense counsel should peek to their client about. it's that the jury is watching you all the time. there's a school of thought, look i'm being accused of a crime, i want to roll my eyes iowa to harrumph and pull on my defense attorney's sleeve and say he lie, he lie. but you can't do that. sometimes, when you look too icy
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cold, the jury might deal with that, too. it's a difficult position being a defendant, make no mistake about it. it's a lot of acting. it's a lot of behaving in a way that will offend the jury even if that means sitting there like a statue. >> this trial went on for 22 days. we heard a lot from the state. the defense, their case didn't go on very long. what impact does have that? has the jury mabd made up their mind after listening to the sordid details, just a couple days from the defense? >> well, ultimately, the defense may have no case at all. the burden is on the prosecution. that burden means you root for the defendant the entire case. because that 53 that burden, the prosecution typically puts on more witnesses. so that's not unusual. i thought the four witnesses that they called were pretty good. i thought the defense's main point had to be the medical examiners. the science was in their favor. however, in this case, it
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appears, the jury, especially with their question about the inheritance, it appears the jury took into account the truckload of motive that this doctor had. >> cnn analyst danny cevallos will continue to uncover what impact this has. danny, thanks. also this morning, richie incognito is waking up in los angeles. not clear what the suspended miami dolphins linebacker is doing there. but this morning, boy, the details keep coming in this whole alleged bullying deal. our nick valencia covering it for us. what have you learned this morning? >> well, this morning, it's the weekend, so many people are thinking about their nfl team as they prepare this weekend. what's going on in the dolphins locker room is really casting a shadow over the nfl this weekend, christi. very vulgar comments racially charged language and a physical
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attack from miami dolphins lineman jonathan martin the threats crossed the line. so last week, he left the team. this according to a statement released from his attorney. jonathan endured harassment that went far behind traditional locker room hazing, his lawyer said. these facts are not in disdispute but what is in dispute is relationship between martin and incognito. >> it gets to the point that you can't differentiate between what's fact and what's opinions. >> reporter: the question were martin and incognito really best friends despite what's being alleged? some players say yes. >> what's perceived is that richie is this psychopath racist maniac, right? and the reality is that richie was a pretty good teammate. and that richie and jonathan martin are friends. >> reporter: some say they houngt on the field and off. for one full season they played
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alongside each other. something that martin and incognito was expected to tough. something the lawyer addressed in the staple. martin's toughness is not an issue. the issue is jonathan's treatment by his teammates. while incognito's behavior has been sharply criticized. and each day there seems to be a new twist. the latest, a woman who said incognito touched her inappropriately with a golf club. details from a 2002 police report. incognito was never charged. as for the future with the team, for now the dolphins aren't talking. >> any comments we'd make at this time would be a disservice to the process about to take place. >> i talked to in nfl while they don't condone this or the raich slurs, they say so much more has taken place in locker rooms.
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>> nick, thank you so much. >> you bet. victor, i want to get back to you. i understand you got new information on the other story we've been covering, the big one, the typhoon in the philippines. >> yeah, christi, we do have breaking news about typhoon haiyan. cnn has confirmed at 1,000, the estimate is now 1,000 people killed in tacloban alone from haiyan. which was a super typhoon, now a typhoon but still very strong. 1,000 people killed in tacloban, we know from reporting there, that bodies floating through the streets. several children also in that number. our paula hancocks is there in tacloban, one of the first western journalists there. we'll continue the reporting but 1,000 people estimated killed in tacloban. the philippine red cross is the source. the red cross is also telling us they have 1 million people in more than 350 evacuation
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shelters in the area across the philippines. but the number now, estimated 1,000. and unfortunately, some believe this number will continue to soar after the philippine air force. and the authorities get in, catholic relief services also there, we'll continue to follow this. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] facing a season of tortuous conditions is one thing. but shaving without proglide... what are we, animals? gillette fusion proglide, for unrivaled comfort even on sensitive skin. gillette -- the best a man can get. to share with family. [ woman 2 ] to carry on traditions. [ woman 3 ] to come together
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former model elliott sailors. >> and so is this, yeah. sailors decided to get rid of the locks, dump the dresses and ditch the world of female modeling. from female model to modeling mens wear now. i wonder why would sailors make such a drastic decision. >> let's ask her. >> let's do that. >> we have elliott sailors here with us live from new york. how are you doing? >> wonderful. thank you for having me. >> of course. give us the lowdown here. why make this decision in the first place? >> yeah, absolutely, adrogny isn't something knew, for in 2011 when i was inspired by andre pavic, and i got to the forum and got connected to the way i wanted to live in the world. an opportunity for people to be
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fully self-expressed. >> so i wonder was it also possibly a financial decision, did you think you could make more money, get more jobs as a male model because you would be -- you know, an original, in modeling menswear? >> i would definitely like to think this would be unique. and i do hope that it really will pay off financially. however, it is accurate that male models do make less than female models but male models tonight have more longevity. we'll see how that turns out financially. >> okay. we have a video clip of the day you actually got your hair chopped off. a little help from vincent mixed in here. take a look at this real quick. ♪ ♪ was it something in your eyes was it something in your smile
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♪ was it something that you said is this going to take a while ♪ ♪ i don't know if she knows i don't care ♪ >> i know you say you got a little teary eyed when you got to the barbershop. i'm watching you now, you're smiling but you still look a little affected by it. was that a tough decision for you and what did your husband think? >> no, it wasn't a tough decision. you know, i got a little nervous when it came down to the wire. because, you know, it really was taking on something brand new in my life. not just that it's hair. my husband was the one who actually recorded that so he's in total support. complete inspiration also for me in terms of what i'm doing. it was an honor to have him there while my buddy thorn decatur was cutting it off off. >> so your husband is supportive. a lot of people are supportive.
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you're getting a lot of positive feedback, but -- >> all your critics -- >> katie from "the slate" slammed you. i want to read this. she said her stunt is at best a canny career move, at worst to slightly ince sensitive to transfer people. all you're doing is to placate a different gender for the camera is silly. cut it out. what do you think of that? >> i do think it's unfortunate how she sees it. i want want the trans community know i'm supportive of anyone representing themselves to be whom they are to be. for me, i'm only here to tell my story and do what is in fact authentic to me. and this was a choice for me has integrity. it's true to who i am.
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i've never been a really super feminine girlie-girl. so the way it curse for me, this is actually very accurate on the outside, now, how i've already fete on the inside. >> well, elliott sailors, we appreciate you sitting down and talking with us. we want everyone at home, tweet us #newday. >> thanks, elliott. coming up on "new day," a major breach at the seattle tacoma airport. a man sends s tsa officers on s wild chase after he storms past security. this is big. depending on what you're having for breakfast. how the fda's ban to push transfats could actually save your life. ♪
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popcorn. >> we have chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta is hear to tell us why trans fats are so dangerous. >> christi and victor, this is a potentially very big deal with the fda weighing in on this. the medical community has known the impact of the trans fats. the worst fat of all in terms of the heart. the industry has been starting to limit the amount of trans fats in processed foods. with the fda weighing in, it may make the changes more rapid. it is an ingredient in foods. cakes and frozen pizza and much more. trans fats. they increase shelf life and they add flavor to processed foods, but the fda is now saying they are not safe and wants to ban them. it is a move they say, would
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save thousands of lives. >> we think it is time to address and phase out the remaining uses of trans fats to reduce the incidents of heart disease. >> reporter: you see, trans fats lower good cholesterol and they raise bad cholesterol. what we're trying to avoid is this. ldl or bad cholesterol building up as plaque in the blood vessel walls. that plaque build up is what can cause heart attacks. the cdc says ditching trans fats would avoid 20,000 heart attacks a year. new york city banned trans fats from restaurants in 2007 and many companies and popular chains around the country have already phased them out. the grocery manufacturer's association says it looks forward to working with the fda to better understand their concerns and how the industry
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can better serve consumers. christi and victor, if there is good news in this, we have done a pretty good job here at limiting our trans fats on our own. about ten years ago, we had four and now it is closer to a gram per day. now the fda wants to ban them all together. there is a 60-day period where you can ask questions or concerns. it is expected to go through. industry doing a lot to curb these trans fats. big question going forward. what will they replace it with? there may be alternatives that scientists are working on as well. christi and victor. >> that is the big question. dr. sanjay gupta, thank you. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] if you can clear a crowd but not your nasal congestion,
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on november 22nd, the country will mark 50 years since the assassination of president john f. kennedy. >> a new doubter reveals himself. none other than secretary of state john kerry. he spoke with tom brokaw. >> to this day, i have serious doubts that lee harvey oswald acted alone. i certainly have doubts that he was motivated by himself. i'm not sure if anybody else was involved. i don't go down that road with respect to the grassy knoll
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theory and all that. i have serious questions whether they got to the bottom of lee harvey oswald's time and influence from russia and cuba. >> and what about the cia? >> i've never gone there. no, i don't believe that. >> you think the russians and cubans may have had something to do with it? >> i think he was inspired by something or somewhere. i can't pin anything down on that, tom. i never spent a lot of time. >> kerry said he met president kennedy once in 1962 while working as a volunteer as ted kennedy's senate campaign. >> he asked where he would attend college and he said yale. the second season finale of anthony bourdain airs tomorrow night. >> this time, he's heading to detroit. ♪
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>> maybe the worm started to turn here. the packard auto plant opened in 1903, it was considered the most advanced facility of its kind. huge, epically proportioned. 3.5 million square feet. now, one man lives here. al hill. >> my name is alan hill. welcome to my home. this here is the former packard motor car company. at that time, i was apprehensive about the place. it is as peaceful as the north woods. not having a credit card payment or car payment is a real blessing. what happened here in detroit is unfortunate, but a sign of the times. it not only takes an individual
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to raise a village, it takes an entire world to help a city. >> man, preview of "parts unknown" tomorrow night. >> anthony will hold a last bite from las vegas at 10:00 p.m. eastern. missing is my eldest daughter. i hope she's alive. i hope that she is alive. >> just one family's story of the sheer panic and fear as thousands of families are desperately searching for the missing. typhoon haiyan is ravaging the philippines. >> that massive storm is not
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done yet either. this as humanitarian agencies are coming forward. we are live in one of the hardest hit areas. we have a lot to tell you of things going on overnight. if with you just waking up, i'm glad to have your company. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell on saturday, november 9th. welcome to this "new day saturday." >> we are starting with the staggering new death toll estimates from the philippines in what was super typhoon haiyan. it is still a typhoon. the red cross estimates as many as 1,200 people have been killed by the massive storm. 1,000 of the victims died in the hard hit city of tacloban. that is where cnn's paula
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hancocks is. desperate parents are searching for children who were literally torn from their arms by the rushing water and wind. >> reporter: she lost three of her daughters in a matter of seconds. the storm surge from typhoon haiyan tore them from her husband's arms. aged 15, 13 and 8. only two bodies have been found. >> only one missing is my eldest daughter. i hope she's alive. i hope that she is alive. >> reporter: this woman became emotional as she remembers seeing bodies float past her home. she says they was on the roof to avoid the water. they are just some of the victims congregating at the
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tacloban airstrip. many waiting hours to get food since the storm. the first aid center is set up for cuts and bruises, but they can do little for a serious gash on the head. >> today, hopefully within 48 hours, we are not relying on satellite phones. >> reporter: as we move inland, we come across more bodies. this chapel is turned into a morgue. inside there are nine bodies. five of them children. the military planes that bring life essentials in, take the body bags out. as well as the injured that need to keep their hope for the future. paula hancocks, cnn, tacloban in the philippines. >> our thoughts and prayers go to the people. keep in mind, this storm was three and a half times more
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powerful than hurricane katrina and with supplies running out, there are reports of looting and rescue teams are facing challenges there. cnn's andrew stephens has more for us. >> reporter: no building escaping damage. the destruction caused by super typhoon haiyan is everywhere. it left the city cut off from the rest of the country as people are increasingly desperate. roads are still impassible. all communications are down. medical supplies are running out. food and water are becoming scarce. reports of looting are widespread. it's impossible at this stage to estimate the cost in human life. we have seen bodies on the streets and we have seen bodies washing up on the beaches. the fill tephilippines governme only say the death can be high. it is estimated 1 million people live along the coastline.
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the majority of them in shacks. if they could have withstood the winds, they would not have survived the storm surge. a huge, perhaps, five meter wall of water, that spread across the city at the height of the storm at devastating speed. the water receded as quickly as it came leaving a trail of destruction. people have been warned to evacuate, but not everybody took the advice. the priority now is to clear the road to the airport so relief supplies can move in. 24 hours after the storm, the first military helicopters began arriving. it will be a massive task ferrying in food and supplies for so many. in the meantime, people of tacloban city search for food and water and for missing loved ones. >> andrew joins us from the phone from tacloban city. andrew, what are you seeing at this hour? we noticed the death toll in a matter of two hours went from
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100 to 1,200. tell us what is going on? >> reporter: that is not surprising at all. this city is completely cut off and has been cut off until the last few hours until the military planes have been arriving. there is no mobile phone coverage. only now have we been beginning to see the broad and devastating this storm has been in terms of human life. that 1,200 number is still a conservative figure. i still say it is likely to rise significantly higher. the reason for that is i have come back today from the shore or coastline which is a low-lying city. there are thousands and thousands of shanty huts built
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along the coast and beach. they have basically gone. it is just a swath of debris and shattered wood and personal belongings. even though people were told to evacuate, many didn't. i didn't see a lot of signs of organized searching. it seemed to be people just looking for their loved ones. as the search gets under way and more rescuers get in here, we will see the death toll rise. that storm surge was absolutely deadly and at the height of the storm, if people wanted to leave, there was no way they could. >> andrew stevens, we will be thinking about you and the crew and all of the people there. our thoughts with everyone. thank you so much for letting us know what's going on. >> in the philippines, they are searching for the living, counting the dead. now typhoon haiyan is going on to vietnam.
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cnn's alexandra steele is in the weather center. we have seen what is terrible in the philippines, but it could be as bad in vietnam. >> seeing the reports and the frightening nature of it. can you imagine the people in vietnam waiting as this comes to them. it is coming. it will come tomorrow. the good news, it is not a super typhoon anymore. here is what it was as it raked over the philippines and saw the damage and destruction. with super typhoon, it has maximum winds of 150. they are down to 120 miles per hour. it is in the south china sea. it is moving to hanoi. the capital. millions of people impacted, but not the severity. this is like a cat three now.
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120 miles sustained winds. certainly still substantial. it is moving northwest at 21. you can see it. expectation tomorrow to get to d danang. it will move up with significantly less winds, but the terror is there. this is all very lying as well. especially tomorrow, it will be quite impactful. >> alexandra steele, thank you for that. we will watch that. more breaking news overnight. a utah jury found dr. martin macneill guilty of his wife's death in 2007. his daughters wept as the verdict was read. there was their reaction right there. cnn's jean casarez has more on the verdict. >> we, the jury, reviewing the evidence and testimony in the
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case by the defendant as to count one, murder, guilty. as to count two, obstruction of justice, guilty. >> reporter: screams of emotion as martin macneill heard his fate sealed. seven years after he killed his wife in the bathtub. >> when it happened, we said did we hear that right? it is surreal. >> reporter: after 14 days of testimony, it took the eight-person jury nearly 11 hours to get the verdict. prosecutor chad grunander told the jury to do the right thing. >> we are absolutely thrilled. it is an amazing moment to meet with the family. this has been so long in coming for them. an emotional. i think they sound alexis somers
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to be totally credible. i think they believed her. such a wonderful, strong woman, who did not give up on her mother. >> reporter: macneill's daughter alexis was the impetus behind the case and pursued her father's prosecution with a vengeance. >> we are so happy he cannot hurt anyone else. we miss our mom. that courtroom was full of so many people who loved her and i looked around. it was full of everyone who loved my mom. i can't believe this is finally happened. we are so grateful. >> reporter: friday's closing argument by prosecutor chad grunander convinced the jury that as a doctor and lawyer, macneill had the motive, means and opportunity to kill his wife. it was planned all along, he said, and macneill left plenty
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of clues along the way. prosecutors proved macneill plooid his wife with a deadly dose of drugs after he insisted she had a facelift and he drowned her in the bathtub. all so he could marry his mistress gypsy willis. >> rush home. take care of your business. give michelle the drugs. fix her up a bath. get her in the tub. hold her head down for a little while. and help her out. >> reporter: defense attorney randy spencer spent a year preparing for the trial. devastated by the outcome. macneill faces 15 years to life for the murder of his wife of 30 years. >> what do you want to say to michelle? >> i love you, michelle.
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i'm glad we could do this for you. i felt her with us in there. >> reporter: martin macneill's sentencing is set for january 7th, 2014. as far as gypsy willis, she was the other woman in all this, she also was a star witness for the prosecution. they were supposed to get married. christi and victor, they never did because they both were convicted of identity fraud in regard to one of his daughters. they spent time in federal prison in texas, separate prisons. now gypsy will probably never see him again. macneill is facing life. >> jean casarez, thank you so much. we appreciate it. for more on the macneill verdict, including testimony from the trial, head to cnn.com. he has one foot in hollywood, may be on his run to 2016. >> we have senator ted cruz's conversation with jay leno. and hearts everywhere
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tea party favorite ted cruz is working again to raise his national profile. this time in an appearance on "the tonight show" with jay leno. >> that is feeding the rumors he is eyeing the 2016 presidential bid. let's bring in erin mcpike in washington. a lot of people are saying he is the butt of a lot of jokes. leno had serious conversation with him about serious issues. >> reporter: christi and victor, ted cruz and jay leno talked about the history of the republican party and the economy and entrenchment in congress. he doubled down on why he pushed for the shutdown. saying it was president obama who would not compromise. here he is last night. take a listen. about you lately.ading a lot - they describe you as aggressive and abrasive. accurate?
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>> reporter: but when a u.s. senator goes on a high profile show like jay leno's, it is guaranteed to get attention. when i asked ted cruz's office about the stop, his spokesperson told me what media tour? he traveled to south carolina to meet with evangelical leaders. he is laying down the markers of keeping the option open of running in 2016. christi and victor. >> erin, do they like this kind of contraryian spin? they like his style. >> reporter: texas republicans do, by and large. you may remember the houston chronicle rescinded its endorsement of ted cruz. a lot of republicans nationally, are really angry at ted cruz for the shutdown. they blame him.
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we heard from ken cuccinelli advisers. they are blaming the shutdown on that. we heard chris christie go after ted cruz and his strand of republicanism. i'm sure if ted cruz and chris christie run, we will see fireworks on the debate stage there. >> if nothing more, he is raising his name recognition. cnn's erin mcpike in washington. thank you. is this on your plate today? doughnuts or cookies or maybe not pies or fries, but those are the foods loaded with trans fats. those are about to change. alexandra steele has a change of what is coming up. >> taking the steps of banning the trans fats. we will tell you what is forcing the recipes. i'm alexandria. that is coming up on new york start.
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if you are having pancakes for breakfast, maybe a danish or muffin, it all sounds good. the fda's idea of changing the trans fats could change all of your foods. >> not just what you are buying at the supermarket, but at the local bakery and maybe your favorite croissants. cnn's alexandria has the latest. >> reporter: new federal regulations could force the way he makes his bakery goods in new
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jersey. >> this is where we fry the doughnuts in the oil. >> reporter: that oil is all purpose vegetable shortening. it contains artificial trans fats which the fda is moving to ban. the medical association says that is a life-saving move. anthony says there are no trans fats in most of his baked goods. for the benefits, he supports a trans fat ban if it means changing the recipe. even if it means getting rid of a top selling pasrty. trans fats are found in foods with hydrogenated vegetable oils. in 2007, new york city banned restaurants from using artificial trans fats and in recent years, more and more fast food chains are voluntarily
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moved the switch to healthier oils. >> it is not really a taste issue. it was cheaper for the food companies to do this. now the science says we have to get it out of the food supply. >> reporter: every year he uses 15,000 pounds of shortening with trans fat in order to get time-tested recipes just right. >> it will change the taste of the doughnuts and quality of the doughnut. it will change the texture. >> reporter: jen believes there is no new need for regulations, but it is up to consumers to practice modification. >> so alexandria is with us now. what's the cost? this could be passed on to the consumer. the cost of eliminating the trans fats from the foods. will we have to pay more? >> reporter: victor, they won't
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know what their costs will be until they play with the recipes. the former agriculture secretary dan glickman says they have been using these trans fats for years without notice prices. >> thank you so much. still to come, embattled football star richie incognito is spending time away from miami after the dolphins suspended him in a bullying scandal. we have the latest on that just ahead. okay, listen up! i'm re-workin' the menu.
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relax this morning at the bottom of the hour. welcome back. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. five things you need to know. the estimate that 1,200 people that were killed by the monster typhoon that hit the philippines. the toll from typhoon haiyan could go higher. the storm tore buildings to shred and rescue crews are trying to get a hand on which areas have been hardest hit and cut off by haiyan. it is now on course for vietnam. number two, martin macneill could spend the rest of his life in prison after being found guilty of killing his wife in 2007. they suspected he killed their mother to be with his mistress. number three, a grand jury in new york indicted 11 people in the violent confrontation of
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the swarm of bikers and suv driver. one indicted is a police detective undercover. they are accused of assaulting the suv driver from front of his wife and daughter. number four, diplomats are inching closer to the deal on the iran nuclear program. secretary of state john kerry is expected to take parts in the talks in geneva. several issues still need to be resolved and israel's prime minister says the proposed deal, quote, is very dangerous. the "uss gerald ford" will be scheduled to sail the seas until 2057.
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we should say not everyone is celebrating in the armed forces in the scandal. >> three navy officials charged with selling classified information in turn for prostitutes and free travel and even lady gaga tickets. >> reporter: the u.s. attorney is implicating you. dressed in civilian clothes for court. >> i'm sorry. >> reporter: the commander michael misiewicz has not to say in the scandal. he received thousands of dollars in gifts. in tokyo, tickets to see "lion king." and in thailand, more tickets, this time to lady gaga. then prostitutes and free hotel rooms. why? this businessman known as fat leonard for tipping the scales
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at more than 400 pounds. francis runs the firm that helps port u.s. naval ships. prosecutors say fat leonard became friends over e-mails. after the gifts were received, a fat leonard associate declared, we got him. the two men moved u.s. navy ships around east asia like chess pieces and ending up at ports where francis' firm would bill the u.s. he served 30 years and was a commanding officer of the ship in asia where fat leonard operated. >> having looked this man in the eye, can you see how that could
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happen? >> i do. he's very charming. he is very social. i might be at this party and have a budweiser. leonard is drinking dom. >> reporter: the big man loved the big life from fast cars, women and travel. he seemed eager to share with his military friends. in court, francis appeared next to his co- conspirator. >> you can kind of see how, if you fell into the mode of socializing with him, it might be possible to get swept up by that. that's why so many military officers are a little bit wary of him. >> reporter: court documents reference a wolf pack. it is unclear how many people that pack includes and how far this will widen. as far as the three officers charged, they all plead not
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guilty. christi and victor. >> thank you so much. turning to the miami dolphins player jonathan martin claiming he was abused in the locker room. martin's lawyer released a statement saying they were going to take part in a gang rape of his sister. >> here is the quote, beyond the well publicized voice mail with its racial epithet, these facts are not in dispute. >> the dolphins have suspended richie incognito during the bullying investigation. this tape from tmz shows incognito rowdy and vulgar behavior on display in a bar. watch. >> [ bleep ] listen, i need a best man at my wedding. >> [ bleep ]. >> all right.
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let's talk with nfl network analyst sean o'hara. you retired from the nfl. thanks for being with us. help us understand, sean, the mentality or the culture in a locker room. >> well, you know, it's tough to really put your finger on every locker room because there are 32 of them in the nfl. each one has its own personality. i will say that in all of the locker rooms that i was in throughout my nfl career, the players really took ownership as to how we took care of each other and how we handled issues and also how we handled the young guys. when i was with the giants, you know, our mind set and it started at the top with tom coughlin, our coach. he talked about the fact, listen, i don't want any hazing
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of our rookies. i understand that we need to teach them how to go about doing their job and how to be prepared in an nfl manner. we never really tried to physically challenge these a rookies because we were counting on them to help us win football games. that being said, as a player in the nfl and in the locker room, i understood and i needed to make these young guys understand that we're counting on you. for people that never experienced playing in the nfl and on sundays, how mentally demanding the game is, everybody understands physically how tough the game is. mentally, how tough the game is through training camp and from week to week in the nfl during the season, changing of the game plans. the emotional roller coaster of a win and a loss. the ups and downs. those things are mentally
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exhausting. that's why you see so many times veteran players with the young players, the rookie players, trying to challenge them mentally both in do you know your plays. i'll challenge you and make sure you understand you know what you are doing. you can't go on the field and play for us if you cannot handle the playbook, if you can't handle the aspects of the game. as an offensive linebacker, you are counting on the guy next to you do to your job. on top of that, the physical nature of the game demands so much from each other. it is a very pressure packed environment because of the nature of the game. as players, you always had to have a little bit of a compass as far as what we're doing for the betterment of the team and as long as the team was always the goal and team concept, that is how we knew whether it was right or wrong. >> shaun, let me ask you this,
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there were reports that richie incognito was asked to toughen up jonathan martin. what does that look like? you want to make sure you know their plays, but toughen them up. is that something that would look like this? we have a few seconds left. >> well, i think that when i hear coaches say that, i understand what they mean. what they are saying, we need you to make sure he is accountable. we need you to help him understand what it takes to play in the nfl. that doesn't mean tie him up to a goal post and beat him up and make him endure physical pain. this whole situation is unique. i have never seen anything like this. i never heard of something like this where a player felt like this was beyond the point of recoupation where he did not feel he could go to his teammate. all of the information that is still coming out, it seems like
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richie incognito and jonathan martin had a relationship and a friendship that you would have thought that they had the opportunity to have a conversation and discussion about it. for whatever reason that did not take place. >> all right. former new york giants player and nfl network analyst shaun o'hara. thank you for giving us a look in the culture of the nfl teams and the toughening up process. good to have you this morning. >> thank you. >> you can see shaun on the nfl game day and nfl network every sunday. all right. have you heard about this? parents, you are not the only ones tracking your kids on the computer. now schools are cracking down on cyber bullying. that violates student privacy according to some. we will talk about if some schools have gone too far and how you can protect your child. they are brothers, identical twins, and the most successful doubles team of all time. here is this week's "open court."
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45 minutes past the hour right now. thanks for being with us. a 15-year-old florida girl accused of cyber bullying has been charged with stalking. police say this suspect sent hundreds of threatening texts to three students. her arrest is the latest in the string of bullying. now, some schools want to help students by monitoring social
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media accounts. does it violate privacy policy? we have cnn's kelly with us from new york. >> good morning. >> how will they i amemplement ? >> some schools like the glendale school district in los angeles are hiring firms to monitor what students are posting publicly on places like twitter and facebook and other platforms. what they are looking for, they can look for key words. any words associated with cyber bullying or suicide or drug use. they are look at the user history and see where the student has been. look at their activity logs and everything they typed and where they have been. christi, the glendale is school district allowed it to successfully step in when a
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student was talking about ending his life on social media. >> from a legal perspective, does this violate student privacy? >> reporter: that is the mine field. we posted this on cnn's facebook page. this is totally a violation of students rights. school officials say it is unclear what authority the schools have. one state might side with school officials and say it is okay. the other state may say this is free speech. the leg area is still a very gray area right now. >> so is social media monitoring the wave of the future for schools? >> reporter: the technology companies say she expect more schools to do this and using the technology. schools say logistically monitoring millions of students, schools don't have the budget or staffing or legal issues. other schools say the best thing is more of a p.r. campaign. getting the message out to
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parents and students that if they see anything dangerous or suspicious or concern online, they should report it immediately. >> i'm wondering how parents are feeling about this because they may not want people to be looking at their kids. what do they say to that? >> reporter: you know, i know. that is a concern. they have this concern that they don't necessarily want people looking at their kids. they need to do more and want to do more. that is the issue, christi. you would be surprised. there are a lot of parents who don't know what their kids are doing on social media and they should talk with their kids and understand what they are doing and talk to them about the risks. that open communication is a way to keep kids safe in the long run. >> kelly wallace, thank you so much. i know this is such an important conversation to have. thank you. to learn more about cyber bullying and protecting your child, go to cnn.com. the childhood home of rapper
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on a saturday morning, we are taking you to detroit. the childhood home of rap artist eminem.
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you see there it has been damaged by fire on thursday night. they no longer own that house, eminem's family. it does appear on the cover of his latest album. earlier this year, the home was auctioned on e-bay for $500,000. it did not receive bids. investigators are still trying to figure out what caused the fire. let's stay in detroit for a moment. in the second season finale, "parts unknown" anthony bourdain is taking us to detroit to see how it is changing the landscape and the lives that live there. here is a preview. >> maybe the worm started to turn here. the packard auto plant. opened in 1903, it was considered the most advanced facility of its kind anywhere in the world. huge, epically proportioned. 3.5 million square feet.
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now, one man lives here. al hill. >> my name is alan hill. welcome to my home. this room here is the former packard motor car company. i started living here seven years ago. at that time, i was apprehensive about the place and what was going on. it is peaceful as the north woods. not having a credit card or mortgage payment or car payment is a blessing. what happened here in detroit is unfortunate, but it is a sign of the times. you find out not only does it take a village to raise a person, but it takes a world to raise a city. the entire world should pitch in and help elevate it instead of stare at it. >> get more insight into the decline of detroit this sunday at 9:00 p.m. eastern.
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wait, there is more. anthony is hosting a one-hour show live from las vegas. some say dr. martin macneill thought he could outsmart everyone. his plot caught up with him. the jury found him guilty of murdering his wife. and monday is veterans day. we want to recognize the men and women who have served in our armed forces. we are so grateful to all of them. gary sinise is trying to honor veterans every day. we talk about how lieutenant dan, his character, is impacting our world. >> i thought i would tryout my sea legs. >> you ain't got no legs, lieutenant dan. >> reporter: long before gary sinise played lieutenant dan in "forrest gump," he has a long
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history of supporting the armed forces. >> my dad served in the armed forces. my grandfather served in world war i. >> reporter: veterans began to identify with sinise. >> how many veterans do we have here? >> reporter: he formed the lieutenant dan band and entertained troops with the uso. the actor says his call to action became very clear after 9/11. >> when our men and women started to deploy to iraq and afghanistan and getting hurt and killed and having veterans in my family. it was troubling to think our men and women would come home to a nation that did not appreciate them. >> reporter: he started his own charity dedicated to veterans. the gary sinise foundation helps customize homes. >> i have met hundreds of wounded veterans and will continue to not let their
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jury agreed martin macneill killed his wife in 2007. >> as to count one, murder, guilty. as to count two, obstruction of justice, guilty. >> the verdict as you heard, that gasp and crying as we were told uncontrollably. martin macneill's family there. they long suspect he was behind the murder of their mother. >> we are joined by criminal defense attorney in philadelphia. jean, let's start with you, macneill's daughters waited for this moment. they believed this is justice for their mother. give us an idea about the feeling in the courtroom. >> reporter: victor, it was so intense. it was like you could feel people's hearts just beating outside of their bodies. the jury walked in with stoic
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silence. they did not look at the defendant as they passed by him. they sat and then the verdict was read. the judge said i don't want any outburst, but the daughters had fought so hard for the prosecution. it was excited utterance. the judge did not say anything. this was a very respected doctor here in provo, utah. it was the daughters and sisters to say no, this was not an accident. this was not a natural death. the jury agreed. >> boy, danny, i want to go to you now. i was wondering what that might be like to listen to his daughters to be relived at the verdict. how impactful were the daughters in the trial? did they -- was that it for them? >> i don't know that they were it. i have to imagine the jury reached one of two conclusions.
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number one might be, wow, if his daughters believe he is guilty, he must be guilty. the other side of the coin, they could have viewed the daughters as it looks like the kids are not happy about new stepmom and they are grafting that anger on to the doctor. i heard both sides. if you go by the jury's verdict, they read into the doctor's philandering ways. there is no question he was guilty of creepy behavior. they read that into a guilty verdict although three of the m.e.s, the medical examiners for the prosecution, concluded that cardiac arrythmia caused this death. >> i could not pick up a hint or reaction from dr. macneill. was there anytime during the trial of the22 days, did it become emotional during the
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testimony? >> reporter: i did see it once when rachel, his daughter, was on the stand. she said my father was my best friend growing up. he turned to the side and he put his hand up to his eye. i think that may have gotten to him. but the interesting fact in all of this is that this was a test of credibility. did the jury believe the daughters? i spoke with the lead prosecutor after the trial. he had spoken to the jurors. he did not want to speak for the jurors. he said this jury believed in alexis. they believed her story. she was a major witness for the prosecution as to martin macneill's plan, motive and carrying out a facelift just to apply her with prescription drugs, which ultimately played a role in her death. >> everybody has been watching it and finally waiting for sentencing now. jean casarez in provo and legal analyst danny cevallos, thank you. >> we are also watching a big
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developing story. breaking news this morning. we are learning some of the extent of the destruction from a killer typhoon, as i said in the philippines, is massive. you can see people trying to flee the surging waters from the storm. you see debris and water rushing through the streets. we have from the philippines red cross that 1,200 people may have died when typhoon haiyan roared ashore last night. that toll could go much higher. cnn's andrew stevens is in the coastal city of tacloban in the philippines. he reports that the situation there is desperate and getting worse by the hour. >> reporter: the devastation in the city is staggering. no building escaping damage. the destruction caused by the super typhoon haiyan is everywhere. it has left a city cutoff from the rest of the country. its people increasingly desperate. roads are still impassable.
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communications are down. food and water are becoming scarce and reports of looting are widespread. it is impossible at this stage to estimate the cost of human life. we have seen bodies on the streets and we have seen bodies washing up on the beaches. the government can only say the number of deaths can be high. it is estimated that 1 million people live along the low-lying coastline, most of them in rough built shacks. they would not have survived the storm surge, a huge five-meter wall of water, spread across the city at the height of the storm at devastating speed. the water receded as quickly as it came leaving a trail of destruction. people have been warned to evacuate, but not everybody took the advice. the priority here now is to clear the road to the airport so relief supplies can start moving
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in. 24 hours after the storm, the first military helicopters began arriving. it will be a massive task ferrying in food and supplies for so many. in the meantime, the people of tacloban city search for food and water and for missing loved ones. andrew stevens, tacloban city, central philippines. >> i know so many thoughts and prayer goes out to those folks thereaft there. we have alexandra steele tracking the monster storm from the cnn weather center. when is typhoon haiyan expected to make landfall in vietnam? >> it will make landfall in vietnam tomorrow. it is not the same monster that andrew is talking about. since 1969, three storms worldwide have had sustained wind of 199 miles per hour.
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we just got the latest advisory. the winds are down further. it is over 1,000 miles wide. cloud shield to cloud shield. it is in the south china sea making its way to vietnam. da nang and then hanoi. this just in now. the winds were last hour at 120 maximum sustained down from 115. gusts are 145. moving northwest at 21 miles per hour. the center of circulation, that could be moot and it is so broad. the impact will be felt. 100-mile-an-hour winds, you can see north of da nang. moving northwest and more winds and more rain. not as severe, christi. >> at least that is good to know. they have enough warning. thank you.
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zyrtec-d®. at the pharmacy counter. people are criticizing the latest "time magazine." i don't blame them. they have chris christie. you see the silhouette of the elephant in the room. it is always a jab. in their defense, i think sthey chose the least offensive. chris christie, having a whale of a time. between a rock and a lard place. and hail to the chef. i don't think any of those were
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appropriate. no. >> they are clever. >> yeah. obvious reference. the elephant in the room is typically reference to something people are not talking about. everybody is talking about chris christie. including jay leno. it was senator ted cruz who turned up on leno's couch last night. >> a lot of people are saying this is a sure sign he is jockeying for the 2016 presidential nomination. cnn's eric mcpike has more for us. >> reporter: ted cruz traded jabs with jay leno on nbc's "the tonight show." >> i have been reading a lot about you lately. they describe you as aggressive, arrogant and abrasive. >> i don't know you can believe what you read. >> can you believe any of those? >> what i'm trying to do is my
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job. some people don't like that. >> reporter: some people blame cruz for the shutdown and the unsuccessful attempt to defund obama care. cruz is ignoring the criticism. visiting iowa, the first state to cast judgment in the presidential primary. he casted wisdom. >> what complete poppycock. >> reporter: chris christie got more attention this week. he landed on "time magazine" and could not stay away from network tv. >> sometimes i feel our party feels more about winning our arguments. >> reporter: urging his party to work with democrats. when we caught upton with him on election day this week in new jersey, he wasn't hiding his interest in running for higher office. he was just a little playful.
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>> governor, when do you think the next time you will get a chance to vote for yourself? >> i don't know. i won't run for another office in new jersey. this is it for me. we will see what happens. if there is ever a chance in the future. i don't know if there will be. that is why i took longer in the voting booth. >> that was a creative way of asking when are you running for president? erin mcpike is with us. jay leno is a comedian, but this is a serious conversation. >> reporter: he was quoting ronald reagan and thatcher. he was talking about entrenchment in congress. something a lot of people are blaming him for for the government shutdown. >> who else? what other republicans are eyeing 2016 already? >> reporter: rand paul, we know for sure. he actually made some comments about how he will consider running for president and he
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will be popping up in south carolina for a speech on tuesday at the citadel. we saw rick perry. he ran in 2012. he was just in iowa talking about if he runs for president again, he will do it differently. we have seen bobby jindal, governor of louisiana, on a couple of talk shows. he is looking at it too. and senator marco rubio. i'm sure we will be seeing a lot more of him soon. >> all right, cnn's erin mcpike. thank you so much. police say a man arrested at the seattle tacom international airport for busting through a security checkpoint may have been on drugs. officials say the suspect ran past security and punched his way through the door to get on the tarmac. then tsa officers captured him on an empty plane. the suspect is charged with
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the impact on the heart. even the is industry has limited the trans fats in processed foods. now with the fda weighing in, it might make the changes more rapid. it's an ingredient in a lot of our favorite foods. popcorn, cookies, cakes and frozen pizza. trans fats. they increase shelf life and add flavor to processed foods. the fda is now saying they are not safe and wants to ban them. it is a move they say would save thousands of lives. >> we think it is time to address and really phase out the remaining uses of trans fats in the diet to reduce heart disease and deaths resulting from heart attack. >> reporter: trans fats lower good cholesterol. they raise bad cholesterol. what we are trying to avoid is this. ldl or bad cholesterol building up as plaque in the blood vessel
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walls. that bad plaque can cause heart disease. ditching trans fats could prevent 20,000 heart attacks a year. new york city banned trans fats in restaurants in 2007. many companies and chains around the country have already phased them out. the grocers manufacturing association is looking forward to working with the fda to better understand their concerns and how the industry can better serve consumers. now christi and victor, if there is good news, we have done a pretty good job here at limiting trans fats. about ten years ago, we had four trans fats in our diet. now it is less than one gram per day. now the fda wants to ban them all together. there is a 60-day period right now where people can relay their questions and concerns about
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this. it is expected to go through. again, industry doing a lot to curb these trans fats. big question going forward, what will they replace it with? saturated fats may come back in smaller amounts. there may be alternatives that scientists are working on right now as well. christi and victor, back to you. >> cnn medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta. you can catch him saturdays at 4:30 and sundays at 7:30 a.m. eastern. this morning, richie incognito is waking up in los angeles after flying there yesterday. it is unclear what the linebacker is doing there, but this morning, the story is vinivi continuing to develop. our nick valencia has the latest. >> reporter: the nfl did not need another controversy. this is casting a shadow over
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the games this weekend. vulgar comments, racially charged language and an attack. from jonathan martin, the threats crossed the line. last week, he left the team. this statement from his attorney, jonathan endured has arrestment that went beyond hazing. what is in dispute is the relationship between martin and richie incognito. the man suspended by the dolphins for detrimental conduct. >> it gets to the point where you cannot differential. >> reporter: the question was were martin and incognito really friends? some players say yes. >> what is perceived richie is the psychopath maniac. richie was a pretty good teammate. >> reporter: some say they hung out together. on the field and off. for one full season, they played
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next to each other on miami's offensive line. a position where both were expected to be tough. something martin's lawyer addressed in his statement. jonathan's toughness is not an issue. in the fallout, martin's decision to leave the team has been widely scrutinized. while incognito's behavior has been criticized. each day, there is a new twist in the story. the latest, a woman who said incognito touched h her inappropriately with a golf club. cnn reports that incognito was never charged. as for his future with the team, for now, the dolphins aren't talking. >> any comments we would make at this time would be a disservice at the process that is about to take place. >> despite the allegations, i spoken to several nfl players. they heard much worse in their own locker rooms. >> we will see where this goes.
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