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the surge movement on facebook. the group has more than 130,000. the commercial is not in hd. even raised $4,000 to buy the billboard's near coke's headquarters. dear coke, we could not buy surge, so we bought this billboard instead. >> i'm glad people are involved if something important. "early start" continues right now. >> the hunt for isis. right now, bombs dropping over baghdad. u.s. air strikes targeting the terrorists as more countries sign on board with the help. ebola crisis. today, president obama reveals a strategy to stop the deadly virus from spreading. thousands of u.s. troops, hundreds of millions of dollars, all the details ahead. off the field violence hurting the nfl today. new accusations of abuse from
embattled player and another set to appeal his punishment for violence as the nfl proposes a new solution to the problem. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is 5:00 on the nose this morning. we have a lot of news to get started with. john. >> we will start with a key moment in iraq. united states going on offense against isis this morning. launching air strikes close to baghdad for the first time in the fight against the militant group. previous hits near erbil. central command calls this the first strike in the expanded effort to help iraqi forces go on offensive. six vehicles in a fighting position southwest of the capital were destroyed on monday. kurdish forces are also on offense in the north and from the looks of it, backed also by u.s. air strikes. cnn correspondent anna coren is on the frontlines from iraq.
you can see the smoke plumes behind you. anna. >> reporter: john, we are close by in the township of hasam sham. the isis strong hold. this has been a ground offensive to clear out the villages. you say the smoke behind me has been rising for hours now. big black plumes of smoke along the horizon. our cameraman sanjiv will give you the idea of how far the fighting reached. this offense started before dawn. peshmerga pushing and trying to clear those villages. the mission here is to seize an area where there was a bridge blown up by isis about a month ago. it is a strategic bridge because of the link between erbil and
the city of mosul. this will be the next phase of the operation. the battle for mosul. the plan is for peshmerga to take control of the area and rebuild the bridge for the thoroughway all the way to mosul. you can say the air strikes, the military jets have been circling for hours now and have been launching air strikes. it is making a huge difference on the ground as you can imagine to the forces here. giving them the air cover, but taking out enemy positions that isis vehicles and convoys traveling throughout the plains. it really is making a difference. we spoken to the kurdish president yesterday. we sat down with him. he welcomes president obama's strategy to destroy isis. they need an intensification of the air strikes and jets circling. john, it is active campaign.
>> it seems to be a coordinated effort with peshmerga on the ground and u.s. air strikes in support of that. while this is going on, anna, the united states military tells us a new phase in the battle of isis in baghdad. the air strikes south of baghdad also going on offense against isis. >> reporter: yes, that's right. that news overnight that there were the air strikes south of baghdad. certainly seeing an escalation of the campaign. we heard it from the president when he outlined his strategy last week. this systematic campaign that we are going to be seeing here in iraq. that means an intensification of air strikes. not just going to be focused on looking at the u.s. personnel or humanitarian issues here in the country. it is now about hunting down isis and killing the enemy and taking out the targets so the ground forces, peshmerga and the iraqi security forces, who are
the boots on the ground. you have to remember, there are no foreign troops on the ground in iraq at the moment. we spoke to the president yesterday and he said he would welcome foreign troops here to help his forces. they are the ones on the ground taking the fight to isis. they need the air support. jets flying over us as we are speaking, john. extremely fluid. they are constantly surveying what is going on. they have the eyes on isis which is making it so much harder for them to move from town to town. >> literally looking at what could be the next phase in the fight against isis in iraq. right behind anna coren. thank you. one question up in the air this morning is the coalition against isis comes together. which nations are committing to what? on monday, france joined britain over air campaigns.
and two countries, iran and syria, were not invited to the conference on isis. cnn's michelle kosinski has more from the white house. >> reporter: john and christine, the white house is talking about the fight, the war now against isis is building international coalition. what will that look like? which country will do what militarily? the administration is holding its cards close. there has still been mixed messages out there on who has made an offer. whom will the u.s. work with and whom will it not? for now, the white house isn't answering questions on specifics. even what other countries are willing to conduct air strikes. they say there is still coordination to decide what will be needed from whom and when. secretary of state kerry traveling through the region and europe has acknowledged that there are real offers out there. some are from arab countries and he says some of the offers include not only air strikes, but troops on the ground. other countries, iraq said that
france is willing to conduct air strikes. the white house has made clear whom it will not work with at this point. it says syria and iran. however, we know there have been back channel discussions with iran on the subject. tehran said it rejects an offer to work with the u.s. on this. if there hasn't been coordination, where did that supposed offer come from? just this month, cnn's christiane amanpour learned that iranian missions worked with the u.s. inside iraq to help with a siege on the ethnic minority on a particular city there. the white house is not commenting further. the u.s. will fight something of a battle at least against isis within the united states. the attorney general announced the initiative to target radicalism and extremist recruitment inside american communities. john and christine.
>> thanks, michelle kosinski at the white house. chilling audio of a convicted terrorist raised in the united states talking with an isis operative. cnn obtained tapes showing how they communicate secretly. tarik talks with a fighter in somalia. you will hear them say culinary school which is code for training camp and peanut butter and jelly which means jihad. >> you have e-mail or something that you are checking or the phone? >> actually, i'm not even on the internet. trust me. no way i'm on the internet. >> okay. >> not that there isn't some here. >> we are now learning of another big source for isis recruits headed to iraq and syria. they are coming from neighboring turkey. turkish media and government officials say as many as 1,000 turks may have signed up to fight for isis. the latest word on isis
hostage alan henning is not encouraging. officials say u.k. sources say they do not know where the british aid worker is held. that means any special mission to rescue henning is impossible. officials head to capitol hill today. hagel and dempsey will face questions by the armed services committee on the policies in iraq and syria and the threat by isis. the administration is seeking authority to arm moderate syrian rebels. >> members of congress talked about how important this effort is and they should put their vote where their words are and hopefully we can get it done. holding this off until the mid-term elections, i think sets this effort back further. >> you heard michelle kosinski talk about this. the justice department launching a program to battle recruitment efforts in the united states
under plan, social and mental health workers and police will be enlisted to hamper. the opposition efforts building against the president's plan. some activists warn against the rush to war that led to the earlier american involvement on iraq. the petition online asked to hit the pause button in the options to blunt the expansion of isis. so far, just over 4,000 people have signed that move on petition. today, president obama will layout the new u.s. effort to contain the ebola outbreak in west africa. the plan includes deployment of up to 3,000 u.s. military personnel. compare that to iraq. 1,600 troops in iraq right now. 3,000 troops headed to west africa. also the addition of 1,700 beds in liberia. the u.s. military will take a
command and control role for the crisis. on thursday, the united nations security council will hold an emergency meeting to discuss how to get a better global response to the outbreak. right now on the ground in west africa, international relief groups are exhausted and at the breaking point. more than 240 staffers have been sickened and half of them dying. the virus has killed more than 2,400 people. the nfl and off the field violence this morning. new reports of abuse allegations as the nfl rolls out a new plan to try to stop the violence. andy scholes breaks it down for us. plus, california on fire. thousands evacuating their homes. flames spreading across the state. indra petersons is tracking extreme heat that is making things worse. that is next. p cards with kenny rogers gets old pretty fast? ♪ you got to know when to hold'em. ♪ ♪ know when to fold 'em. ♪ know when to walk away.
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talking about football, but football players' behavior. >> khou is reporting that adrian peterson indicted on child abuse charges, was accused in a second incident with another son who was 4 years old. khou cited text messages with a photo of the son with a head wound covered by bandages. the attorney says the allegations were unfounded and more than a year old. general manager rick spielman spoke about the decision of the reinstatement. >> this is a difficult path to navigate regarding the judgment of how a parent disciplines his child. based on the extensive information we have right now and what we know about adrian not only as a person, but what he has also done for this community, we believe he deserves to play while the legal process plays out. >> peterson did not talk to the
media, but released a statement. i have to live with the fact i disciplined my son the way i was disciplined as a child, i caused an injury that i thought would never happen. i love my son and i will continue to become a better parents and learn from mistakes i make. greg hardy is practicing with the carolina panthers. hardy was convicted the domestic violence. he played in week one, but benched in week two. the head coach ron rivera is undecided if hardy will play this weekend. >> i'm concerned about it. it is a distraction. that is why i made the decision. if you play him and you win, then you don't have a conscious. you play him and you lose, he is a distractio so, decision was made in the best interest of the organization. >> former baltimore ravens running back ray rice is expected to appeal his indefinite suspension from the nfl later today. he has until 11:59 eastern time
to file. the nfl players union plans to defend rice during his appeal. the nfl commissioner roger goodell sent a memo to teams yesterday announcing going forward, four women will shape the league policies for domestic violence and sexual assault. goodell saying these issues are getting brighter. saying we know we are judged by the actions and effectiveness. a game on monday night football. >> what cares? >> the eagles beat the colts, 30-27. a side note. >> that is what the people are talking about. >> if you run the business of the nfl, you must be freaking out. no one is talking about football. and the picture of the gm and vikings and the name radisson. you must be calling up your team, you will not parade somebody out there for bad behavior. my name is everywhere on that poster. >> i will say the one thing we
have not seen evidence of is people not watching football. that is what would make the difference. >> you saw the woman on the cover holding the switch supporting adrian peterson. i wonder if you will still see those women holding rough sticks trying to be in solidarity with him. i think you won't. that will fade. thanks, andy. protesters calling for goodell's resignation hijacked an ad for covergirl. they changed the picture and gave the ravens fan a black eye. this image has gone viral. covergirl encouraged the nfl to take action against domestic violence. it just shows you how this is front and center right now with the nfl brand. time for an early start on your money. european shares lower. u.s. futures are lower. a lot for investors to consider this week.
vote on scottish independence. alibaba ipo. a lot going on today. the king fire two hours east of the sacramento has doubled in size to 9,000 acres. 5% contained. more than 160 homeowners forced to evacuate on short notice. >> when it came to getting 15 minutes of we need to get out. we took all the stuff. got the dogs and ourselves and we went. the baja peninsula battered by hurricane odile. look at the pictures. the category 3 storm wiped out businesses and homes. more than 15,000 people were forced to stay in shelters. the airport in cabo is closed. you are stuck there. indra petersons has a look at the forecast. >> still very hard to get a hold of anyone. cell service and power down in
places. this morning, it remains as a tropical storm. i'm getting a lot of questions about whether or not it will alleviate the drought conditions in california. unfortunately, no. the moisture pulling all the way into the southwest. more like arizona. you look at the water vapor. look at the moisture and think about what they saw out to phoenix a week ago. all that terrible flooding. this is the concern. enhanced rainfall. that flooding concern is going to be high in the southwest over the next several days. you don't want a lot of rain where you got inundated with rain. into the northeast, look at the showers making their way in. a bit of a rainy day. not intense storms. light showers. into the southeast, you will see the scattered showers. keep in mind all of this does mean cold air is reinforced as another system is reinforcing that cooler air for the second part of the week. the temperature divide. east coast, mild temperatures in the 60s and 70s.
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kingdom is not any old country. he said millions would be heart broken if the country broke up. meantime, banks moving bank notes to scotland. they have to make sure enough currency is there if there is a run on atms following a yes vote. cnn's max foster is live in edinburgh. i talk to analysts and they say this is a tragedy to secede. there is a balanced poll. >> reporter: you talk about the banks rolling back in scotland. one of the biggest in the world. it has contingency plans to move to england if a yes vote. they know it will hit their credit rating. if there is a yes vote on
thursday, the foreign minister has to got to the government and talk about how to carve the country up. what part of the military do we control? what about the pounds? david cameron being clear that scotland will not share the pounds. some say we will have the pound. we can take the pound. a central bank in scotland. so many complicated questions. it is making the markets nervous. the treasury has not thought this through. i think until a month ago, they did not in the slightest sense there would be yes votes. this is factored into the market. this is a concern if there is a yes vote. this is a passion in scotland. particularly among the yes campaign. they want to feel like they live in more of a nation where more decisions are made in edinburgh. christine. >> fascinating. people as young as 16 are able to vote.
it is a really interesting development. i'm sure we will talk to you about it a lot over the next couple of days. >> i think the implications are huge. what do you say to the separatists in spain or ukraine? you say scotland split up. happening right now. new u.s. air strikes dropping bombs near baghdad for the first time as the united states enters a new phase in the crisis. live after the break. you know what my business philosophy is, reynolds? no. not exactly. to attain success, one must project success. that's why we use fedex one rate. their flat rate shipping. exactly. it makes us look top-notch but we know it's affordable. [ garage door opening ] [ sighs ]
against isis on offense. u.s. air strikes targeting terrorists near baghdad for the first time. we are live with the latest this morning. ebola epidemic. president obama's strategy to stop the virus from spreading. that includes thousands of troops and hundreds of millions of dollars. the violence in the nfl as reports of new allegations surface this morning. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. the u.s. air strikes are launching close to baghdad for the first time. the previous strikes hit terrorists in the northern part of the country. this is air strikes in erbil. the u.s. command calls this the first strike in the expanded effort to help iraqi forces go on offensive.
our correspondent jomana karadsheh has the latest on the air strikes. the first in the expanded effort. we have seen these before, but you can see the u.s. taking a bill role here. >> reporter: absolutely. christine, what we understand from u.s. officials is this air strike took place about 22 miles southwest of baghdad. this was not the start of any major offensive here or eminent threat or advance to the iraqi capital, but it was iraqi security forces in the area coming under attack from isis and that is where the u.s. military strike came in. targeting an isis location that was the source of the threat to the iraqi security forces. now, we are waiting to hear from the ministry of defense for more information about what was going on when the u.s. air strikes took place. one senior official telling us that this was in the vicinity of
the town of yosevef. you will recall in the days of the height of the insurgency here, it was one of three towns made up of what was known as the triangle of death. this is on the southern baghdad belt. the area has been of concern. we have seen continuing fighting between iraqi security forces and these isis militants going on for a couple of months now. in recent weeks, intensification of the iraqi security forces there. this air strike is not only a geographical expansion and broadening area of operations for the u.s. air campaign, but also a real expansion of the mission here as we heard president obama say last week that there will be more air strikes expanding the mission not only to protect the u.s. facilities and personnel here or humanitarian intervention, but more u.s. air strikes to allow
iraqi security forbces to go on the offensive. this is what the iraqi forces have been lacking in the battle against isis. >> thanks, jomana. >> one question in the air as the coalition against isis comes together is which nations are committing to what. on monday, france joined britain in the air reconnaissance. they have not committed to any combat role or air strikes. two countries, iran and syria, were not invited to the monday conference about the fight against isis. cnn's michelle kosinski has more from the white house. >> reporter: john and christine, the white house is talking about the fight, the war now against isis, is all about building international coalition. what is that? which country will do what militarily? for now, the administration is holding its cards close. there has still been mixed messaging out there on who made
an offer. whom will the u.s. work with and whom will it not? for now, the white house isn't answering questions on specifics. even what other countries are willing to conduct air strikes. they say there is still coordination to be done to decide what is needed for whom and when. secretary of state kerry traveling through the region and europe has acknowledged that there are real offers out there. some are from arab countries and he says some of the offers include not only air strikes, but troops on the ground. other countries, iraq said that france is willing to conduct air strikes. the white house has made clear whom it will not work with at this point. it says syria and iran. however, we know there have been back channel discussions with iran on the subject. tehran said it rejects an offer to work with the u.s. on this. if there hasn't been coordination, where did that supposed offer come from? just this month, iraq's
president told cnn's christiane amanpour that iranian militias worked with the u.s. inside iraq to help end the siege on an ethnic minority in a particular city. the white house isn't commenting further. something else we know, the u.s. will fight a battle against isis within the united states. the attorney general announced the initiative to target radicalism and recruitment inside american communities. john and christine. >> thanks, michelle kosinski. the latest word on alan henning not encouraging. officials said intelligence from the united kingdom said they do not know where the british aid worker is being held. that would make any rescue operation nearly impossible. officials heading to capitol hill today. chuck hagel and martin dempsey will be grilled by the senate armed services committee on iraq and syria and the threat posed by the terror group.
the administration is seeking authority to train and arm moderate syrian rebels. >> we heard members of congress talk about how important this effort is and they should put their vote where their words are and hopefully we can get it done. holding this off until the mid-term elections, i think would set the effort back even further. >> the justice department launching a program to fight isis at home. under the plan, mental health and religious leaders and police will be enlisted to combat recruitment. opposition mounting in the united states against the president obama's plan. the rush that led to the war in iraq. the petition on moveon.org calling for the administration to hit the pause button and put more effort into non military actions to block the expansion of isis. so far, over 4,000 people have signed that petition. today, president obama will announce a new expanded effort
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11 wildfires burning in california. the king fire east of sacramento has doubled in size to 9,000 acres and 5% contained. more than 160 homeowners forced to evacuate on very short notice. >> when it came to getting 15 minutes of we need to get out. we took all the stuff and our dogs and ourselves. mexico's baja peninsula battered by hurricane odile. look at the pictures. neighborhoods disaster zones. the category 3 storm wiping out homes and businesses leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power. you have more than 30,000 tourists forced to stay overnight in temporary shelters. the international airport is closed. that was a big storm. let's get a look at what's
going on right now. indra petersons has the forecast. >> odile is out there. this morning, it has weakened to a tropical storm. look at the path. it is making its way into the desert southwest. if you recall about a week ago, all the flooding concerns out to arizona look at all of the moisture funneling into the region. flood advisories are up. the concern is we are talking about heavy showers over the next several days enhanced from the tropical storm and any place that saw the heavy rain cannot take anymore. that is something we will monitor. on the east coast, the line of storms making its way through. scattered showers making its way to the northeast. cool air behind it as well. also to the southeast, spotty showers from another stationary front keeping in place. by the end of the week, only reinforcing the cool air. if you enjoy fall, enjoy it longer. it will stay here with the cool air still holding on. you can look at the temperatures, 60s and 70s as highs. let's go out to the west coast. what a difference. you are talking about temperatures anywhere in the upper 80s.
this is toward the coast. you get in the valleys, you are talking about 90s and 100 degrees. you add in the tropical moisture. the air feeling like 105. thank you, indra. let's see what is coming up on "new day." chris has more. >> we are looking into the which troops we are talking about. we know breaking overnight. the first air strikes happen against isis outside of baghdad. the closest to the iraq capital. look at that. the picture seems to show the bombings are effective. what does that mean? we will take you through that in terms of how this shows the president's plan is working or not. there is a report out as i was telling you that in afghanistan, some troops have been killed in a bombing attack. we know they are nato troops. we are looking into that. we hope to get the information during the show.
we will talk about the nfl this morning. adrian peterson has been reinstated. expected back on the field amid child abuse charges. a new report which you may not know about which is that he abused another one of his kids who lives with another woman. it happened about a year ago. that raises the obvious question. should he be cleared to play? unless, the nfl. ray rice expected to appeal suspension by the nfl. some think that is controversial. remember, the nfl rule is six games. why indefinitely if the rule is six games? the developments are there. we will continue this culture conversation about whether or not john and christine, are we putting too much pressure on the nfl? i know it seems like they have not handled situations well. where are they? cops could not make a case. the law will give probation to
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there are new allegations against minnesota vikings star, adrian peterson, who was just indicted for child abuse, cnn affiliate khou reporting that peterson was involved in a second alleged incident of abuse involving another son who lives out of state with his mother. cnn has not been able to confirm that report. but through his attorney, peterson vehemently denies it. no charges were ever filed in that case. in peterson's first public comment since the indictment posted on his twitter feed, he says he is not a child abuser, but he is sorry about the hurt he brought his son. the vikings have reinstated peterson and he'll be active for
the vikings game sunday. team's general manager addressing the issue. >> this is a difficult path to navigate regarding the judgment of how a parent disciplines his child. based on the extensive information we have right now and what we know about adrian, not aenl as a person, but what he has done for this community, we believe he deserves to play while the legal process plays out. >> it appears the allegations against peterson are hitting the vikings in the pocketbook, you saw on the banner behind him it didn't say the word vikings, it said the word radisson hotel chain. they suspended their sponsorship of the team. more nonfootball news about football. between now and 11:59 tonight. former baltimore ravens running back ray rice is expected to appeal his indefinite suspension
from the nfl. the players association stands behind him, hoping to make a case for him to return ultimately to the playing field. >> should ray rice be allowed to play again? >> i think so, i think we're entitled to a second chance, obviously he made a horrific mistake. he's been disciplined once. actually been disciplined multiple times by the commissioner. >> roger goodell, should he keep his job? >> obviously there's an issue with player misconduct. maybe it's time to take it out of the commissioner's hands and put it into a neutral committee. >> nfl commissioner roger good sl appointing four women to help the league develop new policies and resources to protect women from domestic assault. >> an early start on your money, next.
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time for an early start on your money, a rough day for stocks, european stocks moving lower, stock futures are down right now. nasdaq, fell 1%, dragged down by tech stocks down significantly and tesla shares down 9% after analysts said the stock was quote ahead of itself. but one company making its market debut, getting attention from investors, alibaba, just raised its ipo price because of what it said is because of high demand. marriott says you should tip your housekeeper, marriott international is placing
envelopes in more than 160,000 rooms in the u.s. encouraging guests tip their room attendants, the hotel chain says these workers are often overlooked. many are saying it's marriott's responsibility to pay their workers a living wage so tips aren't necessary. remember surge soda? it was supposed to compete with mountain dew, it was taken off the shelves within five years. coke is selling a limited supply on amazon. this is because of vocal vans, there's this like the surge movement on facebook. the group has more than 130,000 likes. even raised $4,000 to buy this billboard near coke's atlanta headquarters. it says dear coke, we couldn't buy surge, so we bought this
billboard instead. >> i don't remember surge, i don't remember a lot of the '90s, what else it i miss? >> we'll see. >> i wonder if mellow yellow from the '80s? anyone else? >> thanks for watching, "new day" starts right now. breaking news, at least three troops killed in an attack outside u.s. base in kabul. in iraq, the u.s. goes on the offensive for the first time against isis, hitting them outside baghdad. also breaking, president obama set to announce a huge surge in resources to battle ebola, up to 3,000 americans heading into the hot zone in africa, can this disease be stopped? back on the field, adrian peterson cleared to play on sunday. amid a new claim he abused another child. at least one sponsor has pulled their money and the deadline just hours away for ray rice to appeal his suspension. we have all the latest on the nfl. your "new day" starts right
now. >> announcer: this is "new day," with chris cuomo, kate boldaun, and michaela perrera. >> welcome to "new day," it is tuesday, september 16th, we begin with breaking news on four big fronts. first, the war against isis has definitely begun, the u.s. going on the offensive in iraq, launching air strikes against the extremists 20 miles from baghdad. news of a different war against ebola. fears of an outbreak in the u.s. has the president set to announce a containment plan that will send americans to west africa. and we're learning more about a u.s. citizen alleged to be a serial killer out to avenge the deaths of muslims in the middle east. by killing americans. so why isn't the united states so far labelling him a terrorist? all of this while the taliban is now taking credit for a car bomb overnight near the