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i don't know for how long. i don't know. i may be crippled the rest of my life. i said two families are devastated. who won today? you tell me. tell me who won here today. happening now, terrorists targeting oil fields and air bases in iraq. u.s. military advisers working to keep the country together. syria and iran may have their own plans. we are live. >> breaking news this morning, the search for flight 370 shifts south. investigators explaining where they now think the vanished jet liner crashed. we are live with the latest. world cup fever. taking hold of the country and hold of the studio here. team usa hours away from a
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victorious magic against germany. we go live to brazil for a preview of the big game action. welcome to "early start," i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. i'm trying to figure out if i'll be here for the game or go home. it is thursday, june 26, 5:00 a.m. in the east. american eyes are on brazil. team usa is geared up. the math is simple, win or draw and the u.s. moves on to round 16. they could advance with a loss, but they need help from portugal and ghana. >> we have a preview. >> reporter: all right, john. all right, christine. today is the day. we will see what happens with this usa team if they will be progressing and staying alive in the world cup. all they need is a draw. that seals it.
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they are through, no matter what. now, it is the usa. it is germany. a lot has been made of this american/german connection. kilnsmann is from germany, he coached the german national team in the 2006 world cup. klinsmann has always been at odds with the german culture. he was an emotional guy. it's an odd paradigm for him. he doesn't fit in with the american soccer culture, either. he hates it. he's trying to europeanize american soccer culture. klinsmann is just the start of this connection. five players identify themselves as german-american. a lot of them are playing against other players on the
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german squad who they grew up with. as we heard from johnson in the press conference, he says it's no big deal. he has done it before in terms of playing against players he grew up with, he does it in club play. beckerman was asked, hey, should we call them german-americans or what? he said call them german-americans. they are. there's a lot of people out there. it's how you identify people in the usa. there are other nationalities we are seeing on this usa team. at the end of the day, they are all playing for the usa. they are wearing the red, white and blue and want this victory for the usa and a victory, just like a draw will definitely take the usa through to the next stage. john and christine, today is the day. we will find out exactly what happens. >> she's got one of the best gigs in journalism right now. >> such a thrill.
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thank you for that. the united states not taking kindly to syria and iran throwing themselves into the crisis in iraq. syrian warplanes bombed locations inside iraq. now the u.s. is concerned syria's involvement could expand the conflict. we have learned iran is flying drones over iraq and providing ammunition to the military so the u.s. and long time faux seem to be jostling there for influence. we are hearing that iraq's parliament will convene next week. i would think the u.s. would see that as a positive development. >> reporter: yes, secretary of state, john kerry, welcomed what he said prime minister al maliki's encouraging words in terms of going ahead with the schedule as laid out for the parliament to meet, choose a speaker. that will take us into the deadline period for the
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president to be chosen. they want this alliance that is supporting iraq, to see a political solution emerge while the military solution is playing out on the ground. without a political solution, the military solution is not sustainable. you were talking about this unlikely alliance that we are seeing come together, syria, iran and here on the ground, the militias that nuri al maliki is depending on to bolster the war. the u.s. invasion, the war here in iraq, they are uncomfortable with finding themselves shoulder-to-shoulder with the u.s. in fighting this sunni. isis is evolving the strategy it's been showcasing. while it was preliminary, the
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ground force now is seeing them ratcheting up some of these horrible, irregular warfare tactics, suicide bombs. another suicide bomb to the south of baghdad in areas they can't get their ground force to. they are using terror tactics. the u.n. said just in the weeks of june, over 1,000 people have been killed in this conflict. that is only set to climb. john? >> a million people forced from their home. the situation is fluid. it's another way of saying it is a mess right now. to texas where investigators will have a chance to speak to bowe bergdahl. that will happen in about two weeks. that issue, whether the army sergeant did dessert his post in 2009 as many suggested. he's receiving outpatient care
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in texas. anything he says could used against him. the only things he's said is about his time in captivity. president obama may have to defend himself. house speaker john boehner is going to move ahead with a lawsuit accusing the president of abusing authority. >> congress has its job to do and so does the president. when there's conflicts like this between the legislative branch and the administrative branch, it's, in my view, our responsibility to stand-up for this institution in which we serve. it's not about impeachment, this is about his faithfully executing the laws of our country. >> the president expanded his use of executive powers to push his agenda when he had trouble getting his bills and ideas through congress. >> other president's use executive powers. >> others have used executive
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actions and orders. president obama isn't in the top of the list in numbers. they say the types of things he's using it on are different. it's unilateral action or inaction on health care, not implementing the employer mandate a year, just deciding to wait. that upsets congress. newly uncovered e-mails shows an irs official suggested an audit for a republican senator. the e-mails appear to show lois lerner had her eyes on iowa senator, charles grassley. it's after a note offering to pay for an event. a colleague pushed back and it never went anywhere. audit ks not be niche nated from requests. two more top officials lost their jobs. he had been in a top role with the v.a. since 2010 and served
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in his new roll for a month. the general council also has resigned. privacy rights advocates are saying police must have a warrant to search a suspects cell phone. it was a rare, unanimous decision. it could have greater impact if it's extended to tablets, computers and so on. >> interesting concept in terms of space, what is your private space? it's interesting. nine minutes after the hour. gm saying to stop selling 20013 and 2014 chevy cruz because of an air bag defect. another recall could follow. it stems from the air bag supplier, takata which has led to a record number of recalls. time for an "early start" on your money.
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european money mixed. asian stocks higher. a 2.9% contraction could encourage the federal reserve to keep interest rates down. futures are down slightly. the dow gained 50 points. a big win for broadcasters. streaming television violates the copyright act. aerial has been an alternative to the cable bundle. the company says the rule sg a setback for consumers. hillary clinton acknowledging she stumbled a bit speaking about her family finances. in an interview with pbs, she called her choice of words inartful. the comments about not being well off spread to criticism that she is out of touch, trying to refocus on her likely candidacy or possible candidacy. she had a surprising admission about running. >> you have to be a little bit
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crazy to run for president, let me just put it like that because you have to be so totally emersed and so convinced that you can bring something to that office. >> meanwhile, sales of mrs. clinton's memoir, new book took a downturn. figures show a 50% drop. it prompted concerns they might not be able to make up for her multimillion dollar advance. >> so much publicity around the book. >> i feel like i have read it already. breaking this morning, the search shifting south for missing malaysia flight 370. investigators revealing where they think the jet liner really crashed and sank. we are live with how they plan to find it. breaking overnight, 80 people hospitalized when something goes wrong at a concert in boston. what witnesses saw.
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breaking overnight, the search for malaysia flight 370 moving further south in the indian ocean. the search zone, not small, 23,000 miles, the size of west virginia. they are mapping the sea floor hoping start the search in august. we want to go live to bangkok on what officials say about the new search site. >> reporter: hi, john. you are right. this is actually probably an area they almost started on, then they got slightly diverted by the pings, hopeful that was an indicator of mh-370. they were distracted searching that zone of 860 square kilometers. today, they have come out with a pretty comprehensive document, more than 60 pages trying to
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explain the complex calculation that is went into finding out where they believe the fight went to and where they should be searching. another thing that came out today, john, really striking. when they were trying to work out where the flight was headed is that they believe that the flight was actually on auto pilot. take a listen. >> the best, highest probability flight path is one on a straight course and that would be associated with the aircraft being operated on auto pilot. by nature of the process, we concluded it was on autopilot and ran out of fuel. >> reporter: some striking information there, john. but, what they are pained to say is reserved for investigators in malaysia. it gives us insight on what may have gone on on board. crucially, this is a new refined search area, that is what
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malaysian officials are telling me. they are saying look, this isn't an entirely new area. it's further down. they came up with that southern arc that went into the indian ocean. they are moving further down, but it is quite a distance away, 800 to 1200 kilometers away. we are talking a huge, expansive ocean, 3,000 to 4,000 meters, three to four kilometerses deep and 60,000 square kilometers to search. they are looking at a big area. they are hopeful they will find the plane on day one and could take up to a year. the search wouldn't start, likely until august. >> it's big, it's far away. they have searched part of that area and found no debris. thanks so much. to the weather now. the dangerous storms don't seem to stop these days.
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look at college station, texas. roads inundated with water by heavy rains. more rain possible today. >> same story up north in minnesota. 7,000 sandbags were yuused to t to keep that water abay. >> dramatic images out of wyoming. look at that, a funnel cloud developed. it prompted a tornado warning. that did not tough down. an ef-1 tornado in central indiana. homes damaged. crazy stuff. indra petersons is with us. >> where is the rain? let's look at the northeast. showers in the morning hours. slowly making its way offshore.
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the further north you are, you are hanging on to the rain. looking at the low, you can see the front making its way up. look what is building in. high pressure. that is good news for the northeast for the weekend. it's going to be drier out there as we go forward in time. further to the south, the cold front by the carolinas, a threat for showers and we go forward. rain totals, higher in the northeast. two to three inches could be out there. again, the bulk of it in the morning hours. temperatures pretty much where they should be. hot and muggy. we are talking the moisture funneling in from the north. the hot and muggy feeling is lasting. two to five inches from houston to new orleans and closer to the coastline itself. the midwest is going to be the story. the next system making its way in the plains and spreading to the midwest. we are going to watch that. we have a couple days before we get there. >> thank you.
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breaking overnight, dozens of people, in teenagers taken to a hospital in boston. the patients up around 80. most patients had a combination of dehydration, drugs and/or alcohol. some of the patients got rough with police. >> there was one kid, it took four cops to get him down. he was on something, i have no idea. he was trying to fight back. it took four of them to take him down. >> no official word on the conditions of the people hospitalized. tonight, it's draft night. last minute shake ups could bring surprises. we are breaking it down in the bleacher report, next. make every day, her day
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suing the ncaa or other amateur football leagues. giants pitcher, tim lincecum may not be the dominant force he used to be, but he was vintage yesterday. no hit to the padres for the second time in less than a year. how did he celebrate? well, by rocking a team usa soccer jersey in the clubhouse with a gladiator helmet on his head. he had big plans for when he got home later. >> i just said i was going to go to my house and, i don't know, drink a little bit. did i say that? yeah, i guess i can. gonna party. >> plenty of moving and shaking tonight in the nba as they hold their draft in new york city. the cleveland cavaliers have their pick, again. will it be kansas or duke?
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the draft starts at 7:30 eastern. we can expect plenty of trades this year. turning on is the pivotal match up between germany and the usa. will we win or tie to advance? everyone wants to skip work to watch. don't worry. klinsmann wrote everyone a get out of work letter. print it off, bring it to your boss. if it doesn't work, call your boss un-american and take an extended lunch. >> my favorite is in boston, there will be an important company wide immediating from 12:00 to 2:00. i have reserved the conference room. you all must be there. we'll discuss the results after. of course they are going to
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crisis in iraq. isis militants and the iraqi military going toe-to-toe over it. is iraq close tore stemming the terror? we are live in baghdad with the
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latest developments. a new search area revealed for missing malaysian flight 370. the clues that have investigators looking south. in hours, team usa takes on germany at the world cup. everything you need to know about the match right now. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. 31 minutes past the hour right now. up first, bring on the j jermans. the u.s. is getting ready for a big game with hope ofs advancing to the knock-out stage of the world cup. we can get there with a win, draw or honorable loss. if that happens, the u.s. moves on. >> it's bound to be an emotional game. the coach and players on the american squad have deep connections with germany. we have more this morning.
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>> reporter: all right, today is the day we will see what happens with this team usa if they are progressing or staying alive. all they need is a draw. that seals it, they are threw, no matter what. it is germany. it starts at the top with klinsmann. he was born in germany and played for germany. he coached for germany in the 2006 world cup. he's always been at odds with the german soccer culture. never fit it. it was rigid and strict. for klinsmann he was an emotional guy. it's an odd paradigm for him because he doesn't fit in with the american culture, either. he's trying to europeanize the culture. he was the start. there are five players on the squad who identify themselves as
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german american. four were born in germany. they have played against other players on the squad they grew up with. he says it's no big deal, he's done it before. in terms of playing against players he grew up against. he does it in club play. kyle beckerman was asked, hey, should we call them german americans or just americans? beckerman said call them german americans, it's no big deal. they are. there are a lot of people out there. it's how you identify people. at the end of the day, all of these guys, they are playing for the usa. they are wearing the red, white and blue and want this victory for the usa and a victory, like a draw, will definitely take the usa through to the next stage of the world cup. john and christine, today is the day. we will find out exactly what
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happens. >> those players chose us. they could have played for germany, but chose the red, white and blue. s iraq's parliament set to convene with the crisis growing and ticking clock to form a new government. the u.s. is voicing more. iran is moving in, flying drones over iraq and providing details to the government. we have more live from baghdad. bring us up to speed. >> the british foreign secretary arrived in baghdad. that will perhaps further bolster the u.s. side of this. the reality is, this was always going to be an uncomfortable alliance. the iraqi government, the iraqi prime minister is shia with very close relationships with iran
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and close relationships with baa sar al asaid. the enemy is my friend. is this changing the situation on the ground? the u.s. is flying manned and unmanned surveillance flights. iran is also, we are told by u.s. officials, flying their own flights and sending in some light ammunition to the southern parts of iraq across the iran/iraq border. syrian warplanes hitting an isis target over the iraq/syria border in cross border raids. how much of a difference is it making? it seems to be forcing isis to at least change some of their tactics. before, this was a ground force sweeping down. now it's seeing a shift to more regular and hor fieing tactics, suicide bombings are increasing. one north of baghdad, a heavy death toll there another to the
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south. another heavy death toll. the reality seems to be they are evolving to meet whatever challenge is being thrown at them at the moment. the hope is, this alliance can kind a way to work together to at least stem that tide as the casualties continue to grow here. christine? >> thanks for that report. thanks. 35 minutes after the hour. bowe bergdahl will be interviewed in two weeks. investigators want to know whether he desserted his post in 2009 as many alleged. he's getting outpatient care in texas. anything he says could be used against him in this investigation. house speaker john boehner is moving ahead with a lawsuit against president obama accusing him of abusing his executive powers. >> congress has its job to do and so does the president. when there's conflicts between the legislative branch and the
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administrative branch, it's, in my view, our responsibility to stand-up for this institution in which we serve. it is not about impeachment. this is about his faithfully executing the laws of the country. >> the president using executive powers is nothing new. obama expanded his after facing resi resistance from a divided congress. thousands of e-mails are missing. those that are not suggests she tried to get a reason senator audits. someone offered to pay for his wife to attend an event. the audit never happened. the irs says audits cannot be initiated by requests. >> the acting secretary for health will depart next week. he's served in the new role overseeing the v.a. for a month. he's been in a management role
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the violent storms keep coming. these pictures are from college station, texas. cars are doing their best not to stall in the deep, deep water there. the trucks are at a standstill on the flooded roadways. >> crews cleaning up in northern minnesota. 7,000 sandbags used to divert water from homes. a funnel cloud formed over the skies in wyoming. look at that. it's chai yan. the cloud never touched down but prompted a tornado warning. months of clean up in central indiana. an ef-1 tornado damaged homes
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and left trees all over the roads. indra petersons has more on the forecast. what is going on. the one in cheyenne is beautiful, but dangerous. >> we are switching gears to the northeast. we are still talking showers, even in the morning hours. we are watching the low make its way offshore. that's the good news. rain in boston. showers about noon. as the low goes offshore, high pressure builds in. you know what that means. it means sunshine for the weekend. keep in mind, if you are in the south like the carolinas, you could see showers as the cold front makes its way through. heaviest rain in the morning hours heeding northeast. it's looking better by the afternoon tomorrow. temperature wise, regardless, we are talking hot and muggy air. it's that time of year. temperatures in the 80s and 90s. the next system is kind of in
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the plains and the midwest as we go toward the weekend. the threat for severe weather is still out there as we go through the next week or so. you may have heard of a little game, i don't know, called the world cup, right? what is the forecast? about 79% humidity at game time. potential for rain out there. feeling like 82 degrees with some rain. we are going to see what the impact is on the game. with that, i'll leave that prediction to you, mr. berman. what does the rain do? >> the german's are big. they are big, big dudes. we have more heart because we are us. >> obviously. we are wearing red for the game supporting the team. the new search for missing malaysian flight 370. investigators are e vealing new clues. the clues are leading them south. we are live to explain, next. thn
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breaking overnight, a new search zone announced for malaysia flight 370. it is expansive. more than 23,000 square miles in total. it's further south in the indian ocean. officials are mapping the sea floor hoping to search in august. we have live in bangkok with more. this is something, i mean, just remarkable. how much of the ocean they have already searched, now shifting further south. why? >> reporter: well, christine, what they are hopeful is they finally pinpointed where, exactly, the plane is. when i say pinpointed, they have a huge area to look at. we are talking around 60,000 square kilometers as they put it. ocean that is 3,000 to 4,000
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meters deep in some places. they are trying to map that ocean where map has never been before, christine. we believe there are canyons and mountains in the southern indian ocean. what they are saying is that they really are now, dedicated. they are in it for the long haul to find flight mh-370. let's listen to what they have to say. >> the search will still be pain staking. of course, we could be fortunate and find it in the first hour or the first day, but it could take another 12 months. we owe it to the passengers and the crew and everyone who is associated with mh-370 to bring this mystery to a conclusion. >> reporter: that is striking, isn't it, that it could take up to a year to find the plane. that is, because, as we have been discussing, there is a huge amount of ocean to search through. when we say a refined search zone, there is a huge area.
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remember that southern arc going into the indian ocean that they identified using the satellite data and various elements of expertise? what they believe and what they originally believed, by the way, is it's further south 800 to 1,000 down from the southern arc where they were looking the last several months. they were looking in those places because they believed they detected pings from the flight data recorder. that was a distraction. they are now going back to where they believe the flight may have entered the water and will search thor rowly. it won't start until august. they are trying to identify the right equipment to do that. find the area where the flight is. a lot of frustration amongst passengers, families still waiting for any trace or sign of where the flights and their loved ones may have ended up. and one other point i want to
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make to you that came out of the press conference, not related to the investigation, but the calculations they would try to work out where to search, christine, is they believe the flights may have been on auto pilot and eventually run out of fuel in the last few hours of its journey. really interesting stuff coming out. now it's up to the investigators to see if they also come up with the same facts from that. christine? >> the prime minister of australia. it's a mystery and everyone wants to have it solved. it will just take time. thank you for that. breaking overnight, dozens of people, many of them teens taking to a hospital from a concert. 80 people were affected. most with a combination of drugs, alcohol and dehydration. some of them were belligerent. >> there was one kid, it took four cops to get him down. he was on something, i have no idea.
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he was trying to fight back. it took four of them to take him down. >> no word on the conditions of those hospitalized. new questions for a georgia man charged with murder of leaving his 22-month-old sun inside a broiling suv all day when he went to work. according to the new release, he went back to his car on his lunch break. doctors are treating the case as a homicide. the father says it was a tragic mistake. he has pleaded not guilty. >> a sad story. coming up. why action from new york's attorney general is hurting barclay's stock this morning.
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all right. three minutes to the top of the hour. let's get an "early start" on your money. european stocks mixed. soccer futures are mixed. who really wants to tweak a portfolio between noon and 2:00. let's be honest. watching barclay shares, they are down 5% in london. they are suing the british bank for a lack of transparency in the dark pools, the alternative
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trading platforms. it's a place where you can get a fairer shake against the traders but the new york attorney claims barclays told their customers they would help them but the bank allowed them to quietly operate relatively unchecked. the suit seeking monetary damages for investors and raises concerns for how rigged the stock market is for the big players. gopro starts trading today. look, the action oriented cameras are popular with people like john berman. this is his video. this is him. it's about 45% of the u.s. camcorder market last year. growth appears to be slowing. tech giants like google are moving into the wearable gadget space. that's what gopro wants to be. >> we should do a broadcast with
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gopro's on. "new day" starts right now. we got to give everything we got and more. >> we believe that we can win. in just hours, the u.s. takes on germany in the world cup. we hear from the team as they prepare for battle. can they pull it off? of course they can. we have everything you need to know about the game, straight ahead. breaking overnight, investigators believe malaysian flight 370 was on auto pilot when it crashed. this as they search a new area again. what do the details mean? we break it down. a bizarre scene. a son missing when nancy grace reveals him on the air that his son has been found, in his base. . his reaction is raising so many questions. we have the latest. >> your "new day" starts right now.
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