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areas in saudi arabia. they are talking about impeachment. why brett kavanaugh is in their sights. i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it is 4:00 a.m. in new york. 12:30 in dtehran. 11:00 a.m. the auto workers union is on strike. the union's 46,000 workers walked out of work in the country. workers say they want, fair wages, affordable health care, profit sharing, job security, and defined growth.
promised a solution for two that are going to close. gm did not say what the solution would be. hours before the strike began, the president tweeted, here we go with general motors and the united auto workers. get together and make a deal. another meeting is set for 10:00 a.m. this morning. breaking overnight, purdue pharma filing for bankruptcy. the filing is part of the framework. the company use ewas accused ofg dangerous statements. purdue pharma had reached a deal
worth billions. this weekend, it was revealed, authorities identified $1 billion in wire transfers by the sackler family. new york and other states suggest the family is moving moneyoff shore. arriran is denying any role after being blamed directly by the u.s. and raising the likelihood of a meeting. >> all this follows coordinated drone strikes saturday on key saudi oil facilities. this is among the largest world
centers. it disrupted 5% of the daily oil supply. satellite pictures show the plume of smoke. the is likely the attack where it was started in iran. let's bring in nick paton walsh. what are we learning? >> we're getting more on how the u.s. is going to measure its response. mike pompeo, very clear who was responsible. and using the phrase of locked and loaded, that a military action didn't necessarily after that.
he's not moved us in any direction. but the possibility that he is weighing it with his national security team, will have many here, possibly on-edge. u.s. officials suggested last night that the fact that the attacks came from a particular angle, may suggest that it came from iran. now, country of this constitutes proof at this point. and the temperature will roiz as the temperature increases, as well. saudi arabia has not come forward yet and they believe iran is behind this. if you make the accusation in an area such as this, you're obliged to make a military
response. many in iran is watching the u.s. toward that country, self-combust to some degree. with john bolton not in the administration, he came forward with hawkish tweets on saturday. where are we? we don't know. it looks inreesingly unlikely that meetings in new york. that was an outside chance here. we're in an extraordinary dangerous condition. there's been temperatures racketing up that might lead to the u.s. enemies to see how far they can push things.
people aring is r asking, who carried out this attack? >> john bolton is gone. nick palten walsh, thank you. >> oil prices spiking for the first time since may. that could mean a jump in gas prices. we heard from the white house, if needed, the u.s. could dab its surprise . >> we are going to see if they release a strategic petroleum reserve. overnight, losing 5.7 million
karlt barrels a day approach. this will mean higher gas prices in the united states. this could tilt us into recession. saudi arabia, they're making the right message go out, suggesting they would like to keep the market balanced. they have 200 billion, and they would have to replace what they loss. because of the u.s. sanctions against iran and venezuela, the dirty secret is that we don't have enough capacity in opec itself. to put it into context, the invasion of kuwait. nothing compares to what we saw
this weekend in saudi arabia. >> we woke up to a world less certain and less safe, for sure. and an oil supply that is in question for the near-term. how long do you think it will take to get up and running? >> i saw a report today, saying they could get a third of the supplies up. i got in touch with two senior sources in saus sources in saab, they told me, this is a matter of weeks. to get the processing facility, this is going to be a big hill to climb. they are hungry of suv damaged right now. a committee of boeing board
members, expected to make safety recommendations this week. 37 killed 346 people and grounded the entire flight. the chief engineer and then, to business heleaders. structure leaders are first reported to business leaders. the committee is urging him to make chicks to accommodate new pilots with less training. several democrats are calling for the impeachment of brett kavanaugh. kavanaugh has denied the allegation. joe biden, bernie sanders, amy
klobuchar want further investigation. president trump is calling on the justice department to, quote, save ramirez. there's a new allegation from a former male classmate, that was cooperated to be excourted. the accusation is not new because it was not reported to the fbi and lawmakers on capitol hill. cnn is not revealing his thoughts on the investigation. mitch mcconnell looks forward to jeers to justice to come. elections one day away. benjamin netanyahu, talking about a defense treaty to rally
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u.s. in more than a decade. also breaking overnight, the company accused of pushing pills for profit. at the height of the opioid crisis, files for bankruptcy. what's next for purdue pharma? locked and loaded. the president hints at a military response after an attack that crippled facilities in the area. and several democrats are calling for impeachment. but it's not the president, however. why brett kavanaugh is back in their sites. i'm dave briggs. >> and i'm christine romans. it's 30 past the hour here in new york. general motors, the largest strike by any union since the last strike by gm over a decade ago. the hourly workers w s walked o across the country, after the
two sides failed to get to a contract agreement. gm said it made a substantial offer that includes group pay and profit sharing to members. gm promised a solution for two of the four plants scheduled to close. gm did not say what the solution would be. hours before the strike began, the president trump tweeted, here we go again. a new meeting is set for today. purdue pharma filing for bankruptcy. the miling, part of the framework to take care of some law enforcements.
and the company was axwreggress result. johnson & johnson was found liable for 752 million in damages. purdue had reached a tentative deal and said many states didn't go far enough. authorities identified $1 million of wire transfers by the sackler family that owns purdue. new york and other states allege the family is moving funds offshore to protect their health. iran is denying any role, after being blamed directly by the u.s. and raising the likelihood of a meeting.
>> all this follows coordinated drone strikes saturday on key saudi oil facilities. this is among the largest world centers. it disrupted 5% of the daily oil supply. satellite pictures show the plume of smoke. the is likely the attack where it was started in iran. evidence so far is limited. let's bring in nick paton walsh. what are we learning? locked and loaded comes ahead of reaction from the saudis. what do you think of that? >> it is a mistake how president donald trump is using that term against him. we're in unchartered water here, particularly how donald trump appears to have passed the
establishing of who is behind this. they agree to take a state of mike pompeo, that iran is responsible. you have to remember here, we have been having snipers in the middle east for the last few months. oil tankers and drones being shot down. a sense of people sizing each other up. nothing really on this scale. and i think about 72 hours, and john bolten. maybe this is a sign of diplomacy. they wake up on the attacks. mike pompeo adopting the role of chief again. the person seems to not wahave r
meeting in new york. it seems tricky. iranians want some sort of diplomacy. we are not in unchartered waters. any evidence for the caliber of items being thrown around. they believe that yemen is not the source of these attacks. yemen is folder away from the oil fields. the rebels would have flown so many drones to hit those targets. it would have been permissible, but one they will not do. looking at the meat on the bones here, and how they came to this conclusion. we wait for their response. a lot of tension that's been building. and concerns, too.
the possible sense of a vacuum within the stewart administrati administration. we'll wait to see in the days ahead. >> those attacks a shock to the global oil market. prices speaking 10, 15% up. this means that higher gas prices around the world and here in the u.s. 70% of saudi oil will pass through in facility before it goes to the network. this is a very big deal. >> well, in fact, it's the largest processing plant in the world. it struck at the heart of a oil
giants operations. it shows how fragile this can be. just like that, we lost 5.7 million gallons over the weekend. we've cut the big gains almost in half. in oil terms, that's a big rise. it's not the shock that some were anticipating. saudi arabia said it would supply oil to the market. this is a sell cat bal delicate. if they can restore the produshgs, we don't have a shock to the market. we're watching the petroleum
reserves. whether it's the invasion of kuwait, right? the invasion of iraq. nothing compares to one-day strike of 7 billion barrels to the biggest exporter in the world. >> the context when you think of the major events, this is the biggest amount of oil to be taken off-seasline. beto o'rourke clashing for his mandatory buyback program for self-style rifles. >> hell, yes, we'll take your ar-15 and your ak-47. that moment in last week's debate, was the first time a
democrat suggested confiscatiin guns. >> did beto o'rourke say something that's playing inthoo the hands of the republicans? >> yes. we have an amazing moment on our hands. at least mitch mcconnell will bring it up. >> trump and mcconnell are pretending to be open to reforms. let's have the courage to say what we believe and fight for it. the call on sunday, with democratic leaders. the president claims he remains interested in a solution to the gun crisis. several top democrats are calling for the impeachment of brett kavanaugh.
kavanaugh has denied the allegations. f all calling for cthe removal. president trump, calling on the justice department to rescue cal avenue gnaw. there are reports that he exposed himself at a party at yale. s a through allegations by a male classmate. according to the times, the female victim declined to be interviewed. a person who spoke to the autopsy, isn't new. it was reported to the fbi and some lawmakers on capitol hill. cnn is not reporting details of the investigation because they haven't been verified.
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industrial production increased just a little bit. looks like august futures are moving lowhere. the big focus around the world are oil prices. this is because of the attack on saudi arabia, disrupting the global oil supply. memory. this means a jump in gas prices worldwide. there will be higher gas prices in the united states. this is a brand-new uncertainty for the global investors. look at stocks. a good run. 20%, the nasdaq. look how close they are. the dow and s&p are very close to new gh.
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