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admission scandal? and he got bullied for showing school spirit. now, the university of tennessee has major reward for that young man. we'll tell you what it is later on. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. 4:00 a.m. we start with the debate night. ten democrats tangling over a host of issues, notably health care, guns, race and how far left the party should go. joe biden gave a more lively performance than in the first two debates. he and moderate democrats defended their ideas of upgrading obamacare over aggressive proposals. >> my plan for health care costs a lot of money. it costs $740 billion. it doesn't cost $30 trillion. >> medicare for all. costs are going to go up for wealthier individuals and costs are going to go up for giant corporations. >> i wrote the damn bill, if i
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may say so. to eliminate all out-of-pocket expenses. >> he didn't answer the question. this is about candor, honesty, big ideas. let's have a big idea. the tax of 2% the senator is talking about, that raises about $3 billion. guess what? that leaves you about $28 billion short. >> we just need to be clear about what medicare for all is all about. instead of paying premiums into insurance companies, and then having insurance companies build their profits, by saying no to coverage, we're going to do this by saying everyone is covered. >> while bernie wrote the bill, i read the bill. and on page 8 -- on page 8 of the bill, it says that we will no longer have private insurance as we know it. i don't think that's a bold idea. i think it's a bad idea. >> the problem, senator sanders,
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with that damn bill you wrote, and senator warren backs, is it doesn't trust the american people. i trust you to choose what makes the most sense for you. not my way or the highway. >> i want to give credit to bernie. take credit, bernie. you know, you brought us this far in medicare for all. i want to make the plan better, which i did. that's about offering people choice, not taking that from them. >> nobody has yet said how much it's going to cost the taxpayer. i hear this large savings. the president -- my friend from vermont thinks that the employer is going to give you back if you negotiate a union all these years, and a cut in wages because of insurance. they're going to give back the money to the employee? >> i will. >> for a socialist, you got a lot more confidence in corporate america than i do. >> let's bring in zach wolf, live this morning in washington. the party that presided over the biggest health care change in a
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generation, obamacare, is now fighting on stage about how to improve health care. is this going to be the -- is this going to be the defining issue for democrats in the primaries? >> clearly, it is as of now, the defining issue, by a mile. it is the only thing, i think, on the stage, where there was so much division, amongst the candidates. if you look at polls, it's the top issue or the one most cited by democrats, as the most important issue. everybody thinks it's extremely important, even more than things like climate change and gun control. so, this is the top issue for voters. it's the issue that splits the candidates the most, the one on which they agree the least on, i think. while you mentioned obamacare there, they dance around obama and trying to give him credit for what he could get accomplished. he wanted to get more done for what he could get accomplished, at the same time saying, what he
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did was wholly inadequate and we want to rewrite it or fix it. it's an interesting dynamic. >> it sure is. we like to debate the debate during commercial breaks and what not. we asked ourselves this question, zach, have debates mattered to this point in this election? and do you sense this one will matter in terms of the overall dynamic of this race right now? >> yes. debates matter a lot. everybody is on the same stage and they are chewing over the policy discussions. they are having the debate up there. julian castro got a lot of guff for kind of going after joe biden today. but he made a good point. this is an election and you have to choose between two sides. and debates is where we see the division between people. that's how you choose, you know, who you agree with more. >> i'm not suggesting they don't matter. but will they matter in the polls, because nothing in a
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debate has really moved the needle very much. do you think anything in this debate will move the needle? >> no. i don't. after that first debate we saw biden kind of slip a little bit when he didn't do as well. he seemed a little more tired. kamala harris had that good, you know, blow against him. i don't think there's going to be that kind of moment. we sort of have this top tier of biden, warren, and bernie sanders. i don't think that's going to change as a result of this debate. but it certainly does cryst crystallize the difference, particularly on health care, between those candidates. and that's a really important thing. >> on guns, also. beto o'rourke putting a marker down last night that was a lot more bold than what we heard from other democrats. for years, democrats said, it was a myth, a republican myth, that any democrats wanted to come and take your guns. beto o'rourke says, hell, yes, i want to take your ar-15. listen.
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>> in odessa, i met the mother of a 15-year-old girl who was shot by an ar-15. and that mother watched her bleed to death over the course of an hour because so many other people were shot by that ar-15 in odessa and midland, there weren't enough ambulances to get to them in time. hell, yes, we're going to take your ar-15. your ak-47. we're not going to allow to be used against fellow americans anymore. >> give the guy credit. he left the campaign in el paso, after the walmart shooting killed 22 people, 48 were injured. how important was that moment for him last night? >> i thought -- i think it's incredibly important for beto o'rourke. more importantly, i thought it was an important moment for democrats. he's not the only one on the stage who supports mandatory buyback programs. but i think that democrats, for so long, for decades -- you know, we talk about how republicans and the nra work together. democrats, for decades, have sort of bent over backwards to make clear that they don't want
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to take your guns. a main talking point of donald trump is that democrats are going to come and try to take your guns. here we have, a major candidate, saying, you know, hell, yeah, we are going to take your guns or some of them. the ar-15s and ak-47s. it shows how the party has changed on this issue. >> a show of public support, too, though. that's clear. we're showing right now, look. even republicans, 85%, support a law allowing police to take guns from people. public support is way ahead of washington. >> when you put out that statement, the candidates have to chase it, defend it and take a stand on that. you say the top tier won't change much with warren, bernie and biden. here's some of the lower-tier candidates trying to bring the one-liners. i want to see if any of these resonated. listen. >> i would just say, hey, joe. instead of saying no, we can't,
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let's say yes, we can. >> i'm the only person on the stage that finds trudeau's hair menacing. >> houston, we have a problem. >> he reminds me of that guy in "the wizard of oz." you know, when you pull back the curtain, it's a really small dude. >> i am asian. i know a lot of doctors. >> small dude there, kamala harris. any of those lower-tier candidates? any of the moments move them up? >> i am continued to be impressed with the groundswell of support for andrew yang. he has built up a thing. it's interesting to watch. i've been surprised during this primary season that cory booker hasn't gotten his look. some of the other candidates have. kamala harris had her moment. amy klobuchar had some time in
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the sunshine. i don't feel like cory booker, given he has big ideas, like the baby bonds thing. he's been a leader on gun buybacks and some of the other thought things going on in the campaign, that he hasn't sort of had his bump. i don't know if this is going to be the time that gives it to him. and the other thing i want to say is that julian castro, sort of going after joe biden on his age, intentionally or not, is that going to end up being -- is that going to turn everybody off to julian castro but land a blow -- essentially a kamikaze mission to draw attention to biden's age? and does it hurt castro but help everybody else? that's something to pay attention to. >> or hurt both of them. biden and castro. nice to see you. zach wolf, bright and early this morning. >> we'll play you that entire exchange about the age in 30 minutes. ahead, an early review shows a glaring mistake by the crew on that boat that caught fire off the coast of california, killing 34. when we started our business
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all right. impeachment was not discussed at the democratic debate. but house judiciary committee chairman jerry nadler is about to oversee an aggressive series of impeachment hearings. the vote gives nadler the ability to label committee hearings impeachment hearings. that allows for extra levels of investigation. it remains to be seen if democrats can come to a consensus on impeaching this president.
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most agree a final decision needs to be made by the end of the year. the environmental protection agency is repealing clean water protections that were implemented during the obama era. andrew wheeler claims the measure was nothing more than a power grab. the 2015 regulation commonly known by the nickname wotus define what bodies of water are protected under the clean water act. next up for the trump administration is finalizing a proposal for replacement regulation. the environmental groups are slamming the move and vowing further legal challenges. a tropical storm watch covering parts of east-central florida. the system is expected to strengthen into a depression or storm in the next day or so. today will bring heavy rain and high winds to the already-battered bahamas and then, on to florida through the weekend. officials have lowered the number of missing in the bahamas following dorian. the official count is now 1,300, just over half the previous estimate of 2,500. aid is still trickling in.
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the u.s. announcing an additional $4 million in humanitarian assistance. one in five bahamians are homeless. 2,100 remain in shelters. he went missing 22 years ago. google earth found him. we'll tell you where. the game doesn't end after a spectacular touchdown grab
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welcome back. it is sentencing day for felicity huffman in the college admissions scandal. she was found guilty of paying $15,000 for a proctor would correct ore daughter's answers to s.a.t. questions. huffman's lawyers are asking for probation. she says the prosecution's sentencing argument cites previous cases that are very different from hers. there was no crew member on overnight watch when that "conception" dive boat caught fire and sank on labor day, killing 34 people. that's according to an ntsb report. the roving crew member is required overnight. a sleeping crew member heard a noise, woke up and saw a fire in
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the salon compartment. truth aquatics said a crew member did check the area before the fire ignited. the wreckage will be brought inland for further investigation. the remains of a man who has been missing for 22 years have been found, thanks to google earth. william molt was last season driving his car in november 7th, 1997. last month, police received a call about a car that was submerged in a pond. the palm beach resident was able to see it on google earth. police believe he drove off of the road returning from a club. spilled coffee in the cockpit, forcing a pilot to divert his flight with 336 over people onboard. aviation investigators say the flight from frankfurt, germany, to cancun, mexico, was forced to land in ireland in february. according to the report, the coffee spilled on the audio control panel that failed and started to smoke, forcing the
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flight crew to wear oxygen masks. the equipment became so hot that one of the buttons began to melt. the university of tennessee offering a free ride to the class of 2032 for an elementary school student who was bullied for creating a homemade tennessee volunteers t-shirt. the university says it will cover the cost of the scholarship for the florida fourth grader if he chooses to attend the school and meets admission requirements. the boy's story drew national attention this week when a facebook post by his teacher went viral. she says he was bullied after clipping a piece of paper with the u.t. design to an orange t-shirt and wearing it to college colors day. i think that is such a great story. i really do. >> very cool ending to that. teach the bullies. ahead, steep policy differences on display. ten democratic candidates for president tried to sway the voters, as the clock tick, tick, ticks on the campaign. powerful signal ever-h ourt all for just $30 bucks a line for 4 lines.
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nobody's yet said how much it's going to cost the taxpayer. >> ten democrats, one stage, health care at the center of the fight for the future of the party. a major tropical system will hit the already battered bahamas. now, there's a tropical storm watch for parts of florida. sentencing day for felicity huffman. how much time will the actress get for her role in the college
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admissions scam? and he got bullied for showing school spirit. now, the university of tennessee has major reward for that young man. >> welcome back to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. let's start with the debate, shall we? a fiery debate, with ten democrats tangling over a host of issues, health care, guns, race and how far left the party should go. joe biden gave a more lively performance than in the first two debates. he and moderate democrats defended their ideas of upgrading obamacare over aggressive proposals. >> my plan for health care costs a lot of money. it costs $740 billion. it doesn't cost $30 trillion. >> medicare for all. costs are going to go up for wealthier individuals and costs are going to go up for giant
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corporations. >> i wrote the damn bill, if i may say so. to eliminate all out-of-pocket expenses. >> he didn't answer the question. this is about candor, honesty, big ideas. let's have a big idea. the tax of 2% the senator is talking about, that raises about $3 billion. guess what? that leaves you about $28 billion short. >> we just need to be clear about what medicare for all is all about. instead of paying premiums into insurance companies, and then having insurance companies build their profits, by saying no to coverage, we're going to do this by saying everyone is covered. >> while bernie wrote the bill, i read the bill. and on page 8 -- on page 8 of the bill, it says that we will no longer have private insurance as we know it. i don't think that's a bold idea. i think it's a bad idea. >> the problem, senator sanders, with that damn bill you wrote, and senator warren backs, is it
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doesn't trust the american people. i trust you to choose what makes the most sense for you. not my way or the highway. >> i want to give credit to bernie. take credit, bernie. you know, you brought us this far in medicare for all. i want to make the plan better, which i did. that's about offering people choice, not taking that from them. >> nobody has yet said how much it's going to cost the taxpayer. i hear this large savings. the president -- my friend from vermont thinks that the employer is going to give you back if you negotiate a union all these years, and a cut in wages because of insurance. they're going to give back the money to the employee? >> i will. >> for a socialist, you got a lot more confidence in corporate america than i do. one cringe-worthy exchange getting a lot of attention. a back and forth between joe biden and julian castro who
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needed a breakout moment. here's biden describing the public option part of his plan. >> largest out-of-pocket payment you'll pay is $1,000. you can get into anyone who can't afford it gets automatically enrolled in the medicare-type option. you lose the job from your employer, you automatically can buy into this. no pre-existing condition can stop you from buying in. you get covered. >> you heard biden clearly say under his plan people can be enrolled and buy in. listen to castro's response. >> you require them to opt in. i would not require them to opt in. they would be enrolled. they wouldn't have to buy in. that's a big difference. barack obama's vision was not to leave 10 million people uncovered. he wanted every, single person in this country covered. my plan would do that. your plan would not. >> they do not have to buy in. they do not have to buy in. >> you just said that.
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you just said that two minutes ago. you just said two minutes ago, they would have to buy in. >> if she qualifies for medicare -- >> did you forget what you said two minutes ago? are you forgetting already what you said just two minutes ago? i mean, i can't believe that you said two minutes ago this health care plan would not automatically enroll you. you have to opt in. i'm fulfilling the legacy of barack obama and you're not. >> that will be a surprise to him. >> castro making an issue of biden's age, and his propensity for gaffes. castro was wrong on substance. biden exchanged that his plan allows people to choose for medicare but those that qualifier it will be automatically enrolled. let's bring in zach wolf. let's talk about that exchange between biden and castro. what's the net impact of it? >> i think we'll have to see.
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we've seen the democratic base, in polling. they don't seem to care about age. the top three candidates so far are all in their 70s. as the younger people on the stage, if they're trying to make an issue of biden's age, is that going to have an effect? it hasn't so far. i'm not sure it will. so far in the polling, it doesn't seem to be an issue. it is possible that people just don't want to say it's an issue, and it ultimately will be. castro wasn't the only person to kind of go after biden's age there. after the debate, we saw cory booker do it a little bit. will this have a cumulative effect? i think that's possible. it's not a done thing. we'll have to see if that resonates or not. >> we talked to cory booker. you mentioned him. we talked to the senator after the debate. here's what he said about, you know, the position they're in where they're trying to
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highlight policies and their differences but also with respectful to each other. >> i think we're at a tough point right now. a lot of people are concerned about joe biden's ability to carry the ball across the goal line without fumbling. i think tone and tenor is important. we can disagree with biden. >> if ten people on one stage, anybody trying to break out. did anybody move the needle? >> i don't think so. the person who moved the needle the most was biden by not dropping the ball. we see booker talking about whether biden can carry the ball across the field, he did that last night. he was able to articulate his points. he seemed energetic. he was out there. whether or not he's in the same place as the democratic
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electorate, he is not for medicare for all, not for some of the big ideas that the progressives are for, that's a big thing. and cory booker said he wasn't talking about joe biden's age when he was talking about his potential to fumble. he was talking about the strange things that he says. where you hear him say things and you say, what is he talking about? for instance, when he talked about record players. and everybody in the place was talking about young people using record players. they don't do that. >> but guess what? there's somebody that lives at 1600 pennsylvania avenue that also says strange things. >> is that right? >> i don't know if we're holding joe biden to a different standard. >> we knew gun violence would be a big issue. 38 people shot in mass shootings in the last month. but 145 ceos and business leaders across the country, writing to the senate, asking for universal background checks and red flag laws. the one breakout moment was from beto o'rourke. let's play that and get your
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reaction. >> in odessa, i met the mother of a 15-year-old girl who was shot by an ar-15. and that mother watched her bleed to death over the course of an hour because so many other people were shot by that ar-15 in odessa and midland, there weren't enough ambulances to get to them in time. hell, yes, we're going to take your ar-15. your ak-47. we're not going to allow to be used against fellow americans anymore. >> it played very well in the room. but one thing that americans agree on right now, is expanded background checks. eight out of ten republicans in the latest polling. how will that take your ar-15 weapon moment play out across the country? he's already selling t-shirts with that on the front. >> we saw donald trump yesterday that he might be serious about doing something about background checks, if it's clear that democrats aren't trying to take people's guns away. so, you can already see what o'rourke said kind of turn into
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this divisive thing. that's important as a turning point for the democratic party. i remember john kerry going on hunting trips to be photographed with guns. and we see beto o'rourke and kamala harris and cory booker talking about a buyback program that has a chance to -- not taint, but change the trajectory of what's going on on capitol hill with background checks. >> that's texas. that's gun country right there. and that played well in that room. >> the democrats trying to, i guess, define, use health care to define the debate. a big statement on guns, that will animate the second amendment crowd. was there anything that wasn't covered? did you see anything that was a missed moment or opportunity for the democrats? >> i'm not sure about a missed
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moment. i would have liked to see more on climate change. i don't think they got into that issue the way they could have. they all agree that something needs to be done on climate change. but how drastic they're going to get. how much of an existential threat is it, if there's grades of existential threats? they could have gotten more into that for me. on the payment issue for health care, they talked about it a little bit. that out.really need to figure - you know, bernie sanders says the lower premiums mean you pay less and the higher taxes mean you're going to pay more. both of those things can't be true. they have to fight that out more at the next debate. >> no mention of impeachment on this night. zach wolf, thank you, sir. have a great weekend. >> you, too. two parents demanding answers from a fertility clinic after finding out their daughter had a different father. to o thee they use stamps.com all the services of the post office only cheaper
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welcome back. impeachment was not discussed at the democratic debate last night. but house judiciary committee chairman jerry nadler is about to oversea aggressive committee hearings. the vote gives nadler the ability to label committee hearings impeachment hearings. that allows for extra levels of investigation. it remains to be seen if democrats can come to a
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consensus on impeaching this president. most agree a final decision needs to be made by the end of the year. cnn has learned chief justice john roberts changed his mind at the last minute and cast a deciding vote against president trump's citizenship question to the 2020 census. that's according to sources familiar with the private deliberations. it is not the first time the conservative chief justice has made a dramatic about-face on a critical issue to side with liberals. in 2012, of course, he reversed his position and saved president obama's affordable care act. a tropical storm watch covering east-central florida. it's expected to strengthen in the next day or so. today, it will bring heavy rain and high winds to the battered bahamas and to florida for the weekend. the latest from derek van dam. good morning. welcome to the peak of the atlantic hurricane season.
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we're monitoring three disturbances. one newly formed wave off of the african continent. the more immediate threat is across the bahamas. we have a 90% chance of development over the next five days according to the hurricane center. they have tropical storm warnings in places that have felt the impacts of dorian two weeks ago. freeport into the marsh harbor region. and now, we have tropical storm watches along the u.s. mainland, from the space coast southward. shower thunderstorm activity, 30 miles per hour, with gusts nearing 40 miles per hour. but as the system moves in a general northwesterly direction, it's anticipated to strengthen, becoming a tropical storm before impacting the southeast coast of the u.s., along the coastal areas of florida. some model spread. we're trying to get a handle on this. one thing is for sure, strong, gusty winds and heavy rain into the weekend. and early next week. back to you. >> derek, thank you. officials have significantly lowered the number of missing in
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the bahamas, following hurricane dorian. the official count is now 1,300, just over half the previous estimate of 2,500. people are very much in dire straits. >> words can't describe it. i don't wish nothing on nobody. >> aid is still trickling in. the u.s. announcing an additional $4 million in humanitarian assistance. meantime, tiger woods and justin timberlake are working to raise money for hurricane relief with a $6 million matching pledge. >> good for them. 48 minutes past the hour. p popeyes has an answer to the chicken sandwich shortage. byob, bring your own bun. details in business next.
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sentencing day for felicity huffman in the college admissions scandal. she was found guilty of paying $15,000 for a proctor would correct ore daughter's answers to s.a.t. questions. huffman's lawyers are asking for probation. she says the prosecution's sentencing argument cites previous cases that are very different from hers. there was no crew member on overnight watch when that "conception" dive boat caught fire and sank on labor day, killing 34 people. that's according to an ntsb report. the roving crew member is required overnight. a sleeping crew member heard a noise, woke up and saw a fire in the salon compartment.
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truth aquatics said a crew member did check the area before the fire ignited. the wreckage will be brought inland for further investigation. centers for disease control revised its criteria for vaping illnesses and the cases it's counting nationwide. there's 380 confirmed and probable cases of lung disease associated with e-cigarette use in 36 states and the virgin islands. the cdc will no longer report possible cases or cases under investigation. this week, president trump announced plans to ban flavored e-cigarettes. a texas father may have prevented a mass shooting about calling police about his own son. earlier this month, ft. worth police got a call from a man who thought his son wanted to harm many people. the caller said his son had withdrawn money to buy guns.
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police found the man's son trying to buy guns on the streets after he was turned down by businesses based on his background check. bob baffert, firing back at "the new york times," after they reported that the triple crown winning horse justify should have been disqualified because of a failed drug test. baffert says he rejects the impliation he would give justify or any other horse a banned substance. he says trace amounts was found on feed. justify was drug tested during his triple crown run and is calling on the agencies to release the test results. from new jersey parents are speaking out to cnn after they claim a mixup at a fertility clinic left them with a baby with a different biological father. the couple are now divorced and suing the fertility clinic. they say by the time their daughter was 2, they noticed she was developing asian features.
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>> when she was born, all my friends said, she looks asian. we were cracking jokes. you figure, every baby looks different when they're born. >> it's hard. it hurts every time. it just -- gets to the heart. just keeps stabbing and stabbing and stabbing. every day, you can't run from this. you can't run. >> according to court records, the defends claim the in vitro procedure was done correctly and suggested an extramarital affair may have led to the birth. a spokesman for the institute of reproductive medicine and science says, quote, the integrity of our treatment processes are paramount and we are taking this matter very seriously. spilled coffee in the cockp cockpit, forcing a pilot to divert his transatlantic flight with 363 people onboard. the flight from germany to mexico was forced to land in ireland in february. the coffee spilled on the audio control panel that started to smoke. they say the equipment became so
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hot, one of the buttons began to melt. the university of tennessee offering a free ride to the class of 2032 for an elementary school student bullied for creating this homemade tennessee volunteers t-shirt. the university says it will cover the cost of the scholarship for the florida fourth grader if he chooses to attend the school and meets admission requirements. the boy's story drew national attention this week when a facebook post by his teacher went viral. she says he was bullied after clipping a piece of paper with the u.t. design to an orange t-shirt and wearing it to college colors day. let's get a check on cnn business this morning. taking a look at global markets right now. asian stock markets closed higher and europe opened mixed. on wall street, leaning higher. the dow logged its seventh day of gains in a row, amidst the de-escalation in the trade war with china. the s&p and the nasdaq also higher. also higher, the u.s. budget
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deficit has topped a trillion dollars and the year isn't over yet. a number of factors are driving the deficit increase, including the tax cuts signed into law by the president in 2017 and a huge spending package passed by congress. the last time the gap was this big was in 2012, in the aftermath of the financial crisis. walmart is expanding its grocery delivery program, going head-to-head with amazon and target. delivery unlimited will cost 98 bucks a year. customers can order the groceries to their home or pick them up at a participating location. the service will compete with amazon prime and target's shipped service. walmart says the service will cover half of the country, the hope is, by tend of the year. couldn't get your hands on a popeyes chicken sandwich? popeyes is suggesting a quick fix. byob, bring your own bun. customers can bring in the buns and order a three-piece tenders and make their own sandwiches. i don't know if it's a joke or poking fun at its own shortage. popeyes sold out of sandwiches after heated demand and a sandwich war.
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>> is that all the sandwich is? just need the mayonnaise and the pickles. >> i don't know if it's all been a publicity stunt from the get-go. >> you? >> i love any chicken sandwich. 58 past the hour. thanks for joining us. >> i'm dave briggs. four hours of "new day" right now. >> can you take that much? a house divided cannot stand. >> an honest discussion on guns, criminal justice and war. those are the issues that people tried to dance around. >> hell, yes. we're going to take your ar-15, your ak-47. you can't use them to hurt americans anymore. >> costs are going to go up for wealthy families. >> we saw for the first time, elizabeth warren and bernie sanders, a bit on the defensive. >> i trust you to choose to make the most sense for you.
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not my way or the highway. >> this is "new day," with alisyn camerota and john berman. >> good early morning. >> it's a great day. it just started. it could go south quickly. it's great so far. the last minute has been one of my favorites. >> stay tuned, anything is possible. it's september 13th, friday the 13th. see what i'm saying? it's 5:00 in the east. the top ten democratic candidates were talking policy and trading barbs at last night's debate in houston. former vice president, joe biden, on the receiving end of many of those attacks. and repeatedly invoking barack obama. biden facing his closest competitors, bernie sanders and elizabeth warren, for the first time on the same stage. the divide of the moderates and progressives were on full display. >> a lot of discussions. chief among them, julian

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