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can't. i cannot go outside. it hurts me. and it hits me all the time that i miss christina so bad. breaking news overnight. u.s. secretary of state, john kerry landing in iraq as terrorists fight inches closer to baghdad. is the country on the brink of civil war? we are live. tornadoes touched down. communities cleaning up after storms tore through their streets. this morning, a threat for more severe storms. indra petersons is tracking the latest. a world cup shocker. what a shocker it was. team usa jolted by portugal's last minute heroics. shots that tied the match. a play-by-play of the stunning
finish and what's next for the u.s. good morning and welcome to "early start." >> it's monday, june 23rd, it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. up first, they were this close. oh! in the last 20 seconds, just moments away from a thrilling come from behind win that would have sent them to the world cup's knock out round, but portugal had other ideas. we have more on the stunning finish and the victory celebration that wasn't. >> reporter: are you guys over the absolute shock that we experienced just moments ago behind me? this was a match that really could have been the biggest moment in american soccer history. but that was snatched from them with 30 seconds left in the game. the score was 2-1, 30 seconds left in extra time and portugal
managed to score tieing the game, 2-2. you can hear the dispair in my voice. it isn't totally over for the usa by any stretch of the imagination t. usa can still progress and move on by tieing germany. they can move on by possibly losing against germany. that depends on the other results and goal difference as well. however, that means right now the move feels like the americans lost because they were so close to winning, which would have secured their progression. let's not focus too much on the negative. take a look atmore of that positive. the tremendous goal that is we saw. jermaine jones, people would have said he was more likely to get a card, a red card before scoring a goal. the german born midfielder put the americans on the board first. then who gave the americans a
2-1 lead? that was captain america, clint dempsey who had a phenomenal game. we are waiting to see what happens as the usa plays germ y germany. >> oh, yes, we are waiting to see what happens. i was going yes, yes, yes, what just happened. >> 20 seconds to go. >> it was unbelievable. it was like the bookend match. the last five seconds. >> all the enjoyment you got out of the game. see? there's a positive. >> now we have to face germany. we'll get them. all right. now, iraq. militants continue to run over iraqi armed forces. the latest for isis include two border crosses. secretary of state, john kerry arriving overnight with talks with iraqi leaders as the crisis grows and isis fighters move
closer to iraq's capital. we are live in baghdad. how are things going there? >> reporter: well, secretary kerry arrives in a very tense baghdad. 72 hours of back-to-back gains for the militant groups. they have taken two strategic border crossings that opened up syria for them. they have also taken almost three courses of the province between syria and iraq thachlt gives them a clear run moving assets. creating one battlefield for them of syria and iraq. setting their sights closer to the capital. we have been hearing of clashes in the sunni towns on the outskirts of baghdad, right on the doorstep of baghdad. just now, before we came to air, miguel, we have confirmed 71 prisoners were killed during a convoy move, five militants and
five police officers in an attack in a pre.com natalie shiite town. pressing nuri al maliki to look for a political way out of this. >> there's been so much frustration amongst the sunnis so long, isis is not represe representing them. there must, what in the world can kerry do to bring this temperature down there? >> reporter: absolutely, i mean that's what we have been hearing from all our sources. when the sunni tribes in al qaeda and iraq no longer had a place amongst them, they rose up and worked for the american operation at the time.
as they were pushed out, there has to be an ak we zen sense as you put it. there has to be a reliance to move as far as fast as you have. there's so much emphasis on the international pressure that has to be put on prime minister nuri al maliki to show he's going to put together a government and sunni tribes don't need sunni extremists to get a piece of the pie, a place at the table that al maliki can give that to them. we have deadlines coming up that the iraqi parliament needs to choose a speaker by the end of the month and a president by the end of the month. what secretary kerry is looking at is, he doesn't want the iraqis to go up to the deadlines, he wants faster movement and putting together a government that can be representative of all the people. >> it feels like we are back in
2005-2006. keep safe. thank you. meantime, the politics of iraq taking center stage here at home with voices on both side of the aisle weighing in on whether the obama administration is doing enough to address the crisis. we have more on that story. >> reporter: what's most politically interesting here is just how divergent the voices are. you have dick cheney who, more than a decade ago, was pushing for more serious action that led to the war in iraq. he was on abc news just yesterday. he was calling rand paul and isolationist. here is the point he made. >> i'm not sure we have addressed the problem. i would definitely be helping the resistance up in syria, isis backyard with training and weapons and so forth in order to do a more effective job on that end of the party.
at this point, there are no good, easy answers in iraq. >> reporter: obviously, cheney is saying he thinks the obama administration needs to do a lot more. on the other end of the spectrum is, rand paul, who is likely to run for president in 2016. here is how rand paul addressed this on "state of the union" yesterday. >> you have to ask, am i willing to send my son, your son, to take back a city that is not willing to defend themselves. i'm not willing to send my son into that mess. >> reporter: in the middle, mike rogers, of course a republican as well, right now, he is backing what the president suggested as is his counter part in the senate. though a democrat, dianne feinstein and here she is. >> i think the president is doing the right thing. he's being circumspect and being thoughtful. i think we are building our isr
assets so that some pinpointed action can be taken. >> reporter: just what that pinpointed action is could be the next controversial issue in this story. >> okay. thanks. iraq was just one of the topics kate bolduan talked to president obama about during their one-on-one interview. that's ahead on "new day." bowe bergdahl being transferred to an outpatient facility. his reintegration is exceeded with exposure to more people, a gradual increase in social interactions. he was freed after five years as a prisoner of war in exchange for five al qaeda leaders. a surge in illegal border crossings especially by children has overwhelmed holding facilities in the southwest. the administration say nounsed
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s&p 500 and dow topped record highs on friday. all eyes are going to be on the dow as it continues its march toward 17,000. the average is 50 points away from the milestone. itis only been seven months since it reached 16,000. but took it almost six years to reach the 15,000 milestone after the recession. the dow is an average of 30 of the biggest american brands and considered a gauge of the health of corporate america. >> crazy, crazy, crazy how it's growing so fast. >> it is. but many say it doesn't really mean anything. it's a nice confidence boost to america to see that 17,000. in colorado, a big clean up under way. the national weather service says five, count them, five tornadoes touched down in two colorado counties. people in the town of brighton say the twister came out of nowhere. >> stuff was flying everywhere. you could see the white funnel
cloud coming down. >> boom, things were flying. ducked down. the whole structure starts to go up in the air. >> amazing thachlt guy's barn was destroyed with him hiding inside. he escaped without a scratch. amazing. more weather on tap with the country. indra petersons is here with the forecast. how is it looking? >> happy monday. we are talking storms out there. it's more concentrated today. we are looking at the risk areas that include 2 million of you around denver. we are watching that especially if you have flights today. that is a major hub. if you have a lot of extreme weather, this is what it looks like. highs and lows. this is not what the weather pattern looks like. instead, a straight line all the way across. that means the weather is zonal, average, what it should be like this time of year. generally speaking, a quiet time of year. we have thunderstorms. for a lot of you that typically
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they are one of the most powerful crime organizations in the world. it's heartland, territory is there. the pope went down there at an open air mass in front of 200,000 people in that region and said by the way, all you members of the mafia are excommunicated. that is a huge slap in the face to the mafia. many of them attempt to portray themselves as religious members. they go to mass and participate in processions. the pope said no. we must stand-up to the mafia and say no. the pope, himself, proving he is going to be the first to do it with the strongest condemnation with excommunication. the first time a pope has done so. as for his personal safety, he said before, he doesn't want to travel in bullet-proof vehicles. he feels like he's on the inside
of a sardine can. he's also said he's old and has nothing to lose, especially when it comes to speaking the truth and attempting to turn the tide of a phenomena like the mafia that plagued italy for decades. >> what are the indications his life could be in danger? is there move at all? any activity at all? >> reporter: there are no reports at the moment. of course, you know, the history of italy is unfortunately marked by mafia violence. there are many outstanding cases of political figures who have been killed by the mafia in attempt to infiltrate and bring them to justice. it is a long and difficult problem in this country. at the moment, however, no reports of problems for personal safety for pope francis. >> live in rome, thanks. the thrill of near victory,
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seconds from advancing. the last goal by portugal changed it all. andy shoals, make me feel better. >> 20 seconds. we needed to hold the ball for 20 more seconds and we would be talking about moving on. instead, we have to sweat it out. last night's game in the middle of the amazon. for the first time in world history, a water break was called. no orange slices were served, but they got the chance to rehydrate. the u.s. has never come back and won a game when they were trailing at the break. the usa gets on the board with an incredible strike from outside the box. that tied the game. in the 81st minute, clint dempsey, usa, takes the lead. we were almost able to hold on to it. in the 95th minute, last chance
for portugal. ronaldo, beautiful cross. portugal gets the equalizer. the greatest comeback win in team history turns into a heart breaking draw. >> good chances. showed a lot of character considering the first goal and fighting back into the game and going ahead with the go ahead goal. we are still happy with four points. >> had we been down 2-1 and came back and scored, everybody would be happy. it ebbs and flows. >> here are the scenarios for the u.s. to advance. the easy way to make it happen is a win or draw against germany. if we lose thursday, we make it if ghana and portugal tie. if we lose and one of those teams win, it's going to come down to goal differential.
i can already tell you, thursday afternoon is going to be a very stressful, stressful day watching the games. >> miguel is growling, i can feel the tension. >> oh, my goodness, what a game. >> i'm happy about thursday. it's three days away. >> the americans were so aggressive. the germans are going to be tough. tough. thanks andy. happening now, terrorists in iraq advancing on baghdad. we are live with the latest on the ground coming up after the break. are acidic. most of the time people are shocked when we show them where they're getting the acid, and what those acids can do to the enamel. there's only so much enamel on a tooth, and everybody needs to do something about it now if they want to preserve their teeth. i recommend pronamel because it helps strengthen the tooth and makes it more resistant to acid breakdown. we want to be healthy and strong through the course of our life, and by using pronamel every day,
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breaking news overnight. u.s. secretary of state, john kerry arriving in iraq as militants capture more cities, moving in on baghdad. we are live in iraq with what's happening right now. >> dangerous storms ahead. millions in the path of severe weather as communities clean up after tornadoes touched down in their town. indra petersons is tracking what you can expect today. team usa moments from clinton. a victory. the game a draw. this morning, we are breaking down the big plays, the big mistakes and what comes next. welcome back to all right. >> it is 31 minutes past the hour. breaking news from iraq where isis continues the seemingly relentless march through western iraq. there are reports 71 prisoners and five police officers were
killed in an attack by militants on a police convoy transferring inmates. isis has gotten four towns. meantime, u.s. secretary of state, john kerry is in baghdad arriving overnight for talks with iraqi leaders who he says must rise must've sectarian motivations and become more inclusive. we are live in baghdad. what is the latest there? >> reporter: well, the secretary is not just arriving but in a fearful region. the jordanians are scared. they are reinforcing on their side. they are worries isis doesn't just have an open line of movement with syria. potentially, it has an overlooking point into jordan and saudi arabia.
as you mentioned, we have confirmed as the 71 prisoners killed, less than 70 kilometerses south of baghdad. it gives you a sense of how fluid this situation is. we have had back to back to back military games for 72 hours. we are starting to see a spike in activity. south of baghdad, clashes to the west of baghdad on the outskirts. eyewitnesses tell us the road out toward the western province is now closed. militants have been slighted there. most of the province, at least two-thirds of it, if not just under three quarters we understand from iraqi officials is in isis hands. the tasks that face secretary kerry, not just in un fiing, but looking for a way out of it. without a political resolution, you can't have any sort of a security resolution. that's what needs to happen
first and foremost here. >> what leverage does kerry have at this point knowing the tension is heating up? >> reporter: i'm so sorry, could you repeat that? we are having a couple technical issues. >> with tensions heating up, what leverage does kerry have? >> reporter: well, he has the leverage of any potential broader u.s. support. president obama has promised 300 military advisers. we were expecting them this weekend. we have no word, as yet, whether they have arrived. the president was very clear. what they don't want to do is have a government that repeats it mistakes of the past. what people are reading into that is given the criticism prime minister nuri al maliki has gotten about his policies that marginalized the community and driven them into the arms of
isis. we shouldn't discount the role that fear plays in the support that isis is receiving from the community. there is a concern of how can you bolster a government that is part of the problem? the u.s. is looking for assurances the mistakes of the past have to be looked at. what the government is looking at is air support. what they don't have is air fire power. the u.s. commits to that. what needs to happen for the u.s. to say okay, that is now on the table. that's what secretary kerry is going to discuss today. >> live in baghdad, thanks. the obama administration isn't doing enough to end the crisis in iraq. that question is debated heavily on the sunday talk shows. we have more on the politics. >> reporter: what's most politically interesting here is just how divergent the
republicans are. former vice president dick cheney, who, of course, more than a decade ago was pushing for more serious action that, of course, led to the war in iraq. he was on abc news yesterday calling rand paul an isolationist. here is the point he made. >> i'm not sure we have addressed the problem. i would be helping the resistance up in syria, in isis backyard with training and weapons and so forth to do a more effective job on that end of the party. i think, at this point, there are no good, easy answers in iraq. >> reporter: obviously, cheney is saying he thinks the obama administration needs to do a lot more. on the other end of the spectrum is rand paul, who is likely to run for president in 2016. here is how rand paul addressed the issue on cnn's "state of the
union." >> are you willing to send your son, am i willing to send my son to take back a city they are not willing to defend themselves? i'm not willing to send my son into that mess. >> reporter: you have mike rogers, a republican as well. he is backing what the president suggested as is his counter part. dianne feinstein, here she is on "state of the union" yesterday. >> i think the president is doing the right thing being thoughtful. i think we are building our so-called isr assets so some pinpointed action can be taken. >> reporter: just what that pinpointed action is could be the next controversial issue in this story. >> it's going to take more than pinpoints. thank you. on "new day" kate bolduan talks to president obama about iraq.
that, you do not want to miss. developing this morning, bowe bergdahl has been releaseed from in-patient care in san antonio and receiving outpatient treatment. his reintegration as a prisoner is proceeding with expose sure to more people and a gradual increase in social interaction. there's no ipd indication he's had a reunion with his family. >> hillary clinton is giving plenty of ammunition if she runs for president. she and her husband are still, quote, not truly well off. really? and he says they are unlike other multimillionaires because, quote, we have done it through the dent of hard work. okay. this follows her talking about them struggling to afford mortgages on their estates. critics say it's an example of
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you can hear the dispair in my voice. it isn't totally over for the usa. the usa can still progress. they can still move on by tieing germany. they can even still move on by losing against germany in the final match, but that depends on other results and goal difference as well. however, that being said, right now, the move here feels like the americans lost because they were so close to winning their progression. let's not focus on the negative. take a look atmore of that positive. the tremendous goal we saw. jermaine jones, people would have said he was more likely to get a card, a red card before scoring a goal. the german born midfielder put the americans on the board first. then who scored the second goal to give the americans that 2-1 lead before it was tied up, 2-2?
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>> thank you. >> thank you. let's take a look at what's coming up on "new day." chris cuomo joins us live from brazil. good morning. >> yes, we are down here in brazil. this is world cup headquarters. what an amazing atmosphere. rio probably one of the most electric cities in the world living up to its reputation. kate sat down with president obama and they had a solid discussion about the strategy in iraq and household issues people are going to want to listen to. we'll bring it to you throughout the morning. yes, i'm wearing our colors, brothers and sisters. the u.s. came strong yesterday. it was a complicated match. they were down, then up, then about to win and the final seconds, the portuguese came back. what does it mean going forward? we are going to tell you the
different variables as the u.s. took a step in the right direction. we are going to take you inside soccer city. this place is amazing. i don't know if you have been down here before but i have never seen it like this here. it was so exciting. great to be here. >> i was there for the pope. i think you got the better deal. have a great time my friend. new information this morning in the search for missing malaysian airline flight 370. investigators believe the plane may have crashed. that's coming up after the break. the day we rescued riley, was a truly amazing day. without angie's list, i don't know if we could have found all the services we needed for our riley. for over 18 years we've helped people take care of the things that matter most. join today at angieslist.com mayo? corn dogs? you are so outta here! aah! [ female announcer ] the complete balanced nutrition of great-tasting ensure. 24 vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, and 9 grams of protein.
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okay, let's get an "early start" on your money. futures in the u.s. beginning the week higher after a stellar end to last week. the dow topped record highs friday. all eyes on the dow this week as it continues it march toward 17,000. the average is 50 points away from the milestone. it's been seven months since it reached 16,000 but took the dow six years to reach 16,000 after the downturn during the recession. could be paying the government $9 million. the french bank reached a $8 billion to $9 billion settlement. they are accused of hiding $30 billion in financial transactions that violated u.s. sanctions. the bank has been negotiating
with u.s. prosecutors for weeks. the deal includes criminal charges, a temporary ban on dealing in u.s. dollars and the firing of more than 30 employ s employees. honda, mazda and nissan recalling 3 million vehicles worldwide. it's related to defective air bags manufactured by a supplier. toyota recalled vehicles for this issue. honda is recalling cars from the u.s. honda and mazdas are in the tens of thousands. they include the honda civic and cr-v, the rx-8, mazda 6 and path fipder. >> i have a cross tour. i'm okay. >> i have an infinity. i need to check that out. >> "new day" starts right now.
>> we're happy with four points. >> staying alive. team usa still in the hunt after a tie with portugal. a clean victory snatched in the final minutes. we are live in brazil in the middle of world cup madness. we are going to go one-on-one with the american who scored this amazing goal. breaking overnight, secretary of state john kerry arrives in backgrounds for critical meetings as isis takes more territory. we have president obama one-on-one, how far is the u.s. willing to go? money problems. hillary clinton criticized this morning after saying she and her husband who make millions of dollars a year are not truly well off. another gaffe claiming they were once dead broke or did she mean something else? >> your "new day" starts right now. this is new day with chris
cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. good morning and welcome to new day. it's monday, june 23rd, 6:00 in the east. there is a lot going on today, including the big news. team usa is still in it at the world cup. chris is down in brazil in the middle of it all. morning, chris. >> we are live in rio de janeiro, one of the most exciting cities in the world. it lived up to the repization last night as the fans are going crazy during the u.s.-portugal match. the major moment, the u.s. takes from victory when portugal ties it game at 2-all. what? the big news, the american side is still alive, earning a much needed point in the standings and more importantly, much needed confidence. >> reporter: from the beginning, u.s.-portugal was
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