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as for u.s. attorney melinda hague, i have called, and called and called and -- nothing. that is what i am getting from the phone calls right now. ♪ egypt erupts into chaos as the world watches in horror. the question now, what can america do about it? and get ready for the rain, rounds of it, rolling into the already soggy south. there's fears of flooding and they're very real this morning. and baseball night never be the same. the big decision that could change america's favorite pastime as we know it. good morning, everyone, i'm brianna keilar. >> and i'm martin savidge in for victor blackwell. it it is 6:00 a.m., and this is "new day saturday."
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>> that's the unmistakable sound of heavy gunfire ringing out. egypt, a critical ally of the united states is bracing for more unrest after a very bloody and violent friday. dozens of people reported killed in clashes between the security forces and muslim brotherhood supporters in what was called a day of rage. hundreds are under arrest. we're also hearing that some people have left a mosque in central cairo where they have taken refuge all night long. let's go to reza sayah in cairo. >> hey there, reza, can you tell us about the latest situation there at the mosque? >> reporter: incredibly after 17 hours, the siege and standoff still continues. some dramatic images coming to us from state media about a couple of hours ago. some of the protesters who were holed up inside, women, coming out, escorted out by armed
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security forces who were firing in the air. in an apparent effort to disperse angry crowds who had gathered around. this particular mosque is an area in cairo that was supposed to be the final destination for tens of thousands of supporters of the ousted president mohamed morsi and the muslim brotherhood marching against it yesterday. during these marches there are clashes, scores of people were injured, scores of people were hurt. many were taken to this mosque. also racing to this mosque were protesters who wanted to take cover from the gunfire. then came 7:00 p.m. the curfew went in effect. these people, these protesters were effectively trapped inside. armed security forces surrounded the mosque. also surrounding the mosque, unknown gunmen. at some point, state media aired video of these protesters attacked the mosque.
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these were apparently anti-morsi protesters, throughout the evening, security forces were apparently trying to negotiate with people to sccome out. but apparently, they were too afraid to come out. during the overnight hours, at least some of those protesters have come out, some have stayed in. that's why at this hour remarkably the intense standoff and siege in mosque continues in cairo. >> reza, the muslim brotherhood is calling for a week of this, urging supporters to go back on the streets? >> reporter: yeah, there's no question about it. this is further indication that these two side, digging in. the muslim brotherhood insists that they're not going to stop demonstrating. there's all sorts of indications that this interim government backed by the military has no intentions of including the muslim brotherhood in the political landscape. and that's because increasingly you're seeing them use aggressive or tactics to get
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them off the streets. hundreds of these protesters, many of them unarmed, have been killed. over the past six weeks. international human rights groups have condemned security forces of using excessive force. and again, yesterday, we witnessed with our own eyes, security forces using gunfire on protesters who were unarmed. and when you take a step back from this conflict, what's most alarming, there's absolutely no indication that this conflict is going to end anytime soon. >> reza, we'll be checking with you throughout the morning. reza sayah with us in cairo. thank you very much. now, president obama has condemned the protests and the white house has canceled meetings with egypt. cnn's wolf blitzer spoke with senator mccain about their concerns of safety.
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>> what worries me, senator, i don't know if it concerns you as much, the 700,000 soldiers right now in sanaa, in part of that multinational peacekeeping force in sanaa that's been in place quietly all these years since the israeliian peace treaty was signed in 1979, how concerned are you about the troops lightly armed in sanaa? >> i'm concerned about that. i'm concerned about the safety of american citizens. under mubarak there was a tremendous amount of anti-americanism and anti-israel fostered by the mubarak government. this government is fostering that to an incredible degree, pictures of president obama in the street, and our fine ambassador there, ann patterson. they accused me, the leading newspaper in cairo said that
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john mccain had hired muslim brotherhood on his staff. the intensity of the anti-americanism which is being stoked by the military junta makes a lot of our american citizens unsafe. >> although the u.s. has condetermined the bloodshed in egypt it has not decided to suspend the $1.6 million of aid to egypt. they're anot calling that a cou. that aid is typically used to buy tanks and aircraft produced in the u.s. so conduct aid would also impact american countries. and only four other countries get what egypts get. then afghanistan, $2.3 billion. and pakistan with $2.1 billion. then iraq with $1.7 billion and then egypt. turning to weather.
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we'll take a live look at the shot of the sun coming up over boston. finally after a week of heavy storms, but it is a very different story across much of the southeast. let's bring in meteorologist jennifer delgado at the cnn weather center. >> good morning, martin. it's a new day there in boston. 76 degrees. a lot of sunshine in boston. but rain is going to be heavy in parts of the southeast. once again, we're expecting to some of these locations to pick up a couple inches of rainfall today and tomorrow. we're talking four to six inches has already fallen in parts of georgia and florida. in fact, we have video coming out of alabama. this is to the west of montgomery. you're looking at people driving through flooded roadways. martin and brianna, we say this all the time, don't drive through flooded streets. that could certainly be deadly. back to the radar. the rain is works its way to the
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florida coast. you can see from the florida panhandle, including parts of southern alabama, birmingham, you're seeing rain later on today. we're talking six or more inches anywhere in this area in orange. that's why we do have flood watches and warnings in place for this big rainfall event. and of course, we still are talking about the tropics. we're watching an area of low pressure, you see right in the gulf of mexico. the convection is to the north. not very well organized. right now, it has about a 40% chance of tropical cyclone development. all the way out in the ocean, another storm, erin, it's called a fish storm. it doesn't look like it's going to land. that's good news. interacting with dry air. but for today, not all bad out there. the northeast, sunshine and cool. cool in the south because of rain. look at these high temperature, guys. we have a lot of 80s today and they will stick around until tomorrow, we'll see a warming trend but that's not coming in until late last week. so you get the good and the bad,
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martin. >> we'll keep an eye on the gulf, apparently. police in denver have detained a man that say they set booby traps on the streets. the denver post reports that daniel abate was critically shot. no one was hurt and the other tank was dismantled. to new jersey where governor chris christie gets ready to sign a medical marijuana bill if the legislate making tour key changes. christy wants ed only pot to be available to only pediatricians and kids. chris christie is under pressure of a day of a father who said medical marijuana would help his daughter. and two companies posted earnings that failed to impress. and others are worried about the
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fed pulling back on the massive stimulus program. >> alison kosik has more. >> reporter: hi, brianna and martin. wall street is 0 for 2. the dow fell for a second week in a row. until this month, the dow was up for six weeks in a row. analysts say there's an eerie calm over the market so we could be in for a bit of a slowdown. it's normal to see this, though. big names like walmart and cisco rattled the market when their ceos called the global economy, quote, challenging. wall street watches these companies for clues on you how the entire economy is doing because millions of people shop at wall mark and because cisco sells equipment to businesses and main street. cisco also announced its conduct 4,000 jobs. as for the data, a regional manufacturing report showed activity slowed down last month. weak retail and housing numbers
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well, san diego's embattled mayor filner refuses to step down. his critics are asking him to look up. check this out. it's a sky-writing message saying "surrender, bob." it was a prank by a pair of san diego deejays. in florida, police are investigating a bus crash outside of disney world. >> a 63-year-old woman was killed friday after a disney shuttle bus rear ended her car by the epcot theme park. witnesses say the woman stopped in the middle of the lane. >> the bus was carrying 30
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passengers en route to the resort. two people were injured. and now the california girl rescued after being kidnapped is out and about. 16-year-old hannah anderson isson is out and about. according to a search warrant, an affidavit obtained by knfb, police discovered incendiary devices, gas can, rolls of duct tape, used condoms and ammunition at his home. >> reporter: hannah anderson looked uncomfortable, perhaps a little scared, as she hurt past reporters. once inside, people said she was much more comfortable at home with her peers and neighbors. what she really wanted to do is thank all of those people who had been supportive of her during her ordeal and afterward. >> reporter: hannah anderson's
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arrival at a fund-raiser for her family came as a surprise to her relatives and friends. >> this night was an unexpected reunion. all her friends were here, it was like we haven't skipped a beat. >> reporter: the media were invited to boll weevil restaurant in lakeside, california, but weren't allowed is inside. >> hannah is doing well, we'll keep growing here. >> reporter: wearing hannah strong and pray for hannah t-shirts, friends helped raise money for hannah's brother and mother's funeral. >> i wanted to thank you all for coming. this is a small thing that we're a part of. the community came together and out it in a fund-raiser for hannah. >> reporter: what has had meant for this community to go through his ordeal? >> it's horrifying that that guy did what he did. it's sickening to me, i just want to put it all to rest.
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>> reporter: the fundraising drew a large crowd, cash sales and 20% of the sales all donated to the anderson family. >> we have a lot of expenses in front of us. right now, we're just looking for her future and get her settled. >> reporter: a family hoping to help hannah adjust after she was alleged kidnapped by her father's best friend. >> we keep hearing the term uncle jim, had really was like an uncle jim to him. >> reporter: this new released certain warrant obtained by cnn affiliate knfb said that police discovered a handwritten note and letters from hannah that proves that dimaggio had control over that house. police also recovered incendiary devices leading them to believe the house fire was caused by human actions. given what we now know about hannah's kidnapping some of the other items quite chilling. empty camping gear.
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boxes that once contained handcuffs and lots of ammunition. martin, brianna. >> casey wian, thank you for that. be sure to watch anderson's special report "kidnapped. ." >> this teen alex miss murphy disappeared in virginia. despite helicopters and crews scouring the state, investigators have no idea where she is or even if the 17-year-old is alive. we only know that alexis was spotted on a surveillance camera on this gas station and her suspected abductor randy taylor was at that gas station as well. he denies knowing anything about alexis' whereabouts, we're speaking to alexis' mother and aunt and mother and how they're holding on. a boat sinks in the ocean late at night.
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♪ hundreds of people are missing after a ferry crashed into a cargo ship and sank in the philippines. rescue crews have found 26 bodies. there are still more than 200 missing. that crash happened late last night now that the navy, coast guard are sill desperately search for more survivors. brianna for more headlines around the globe. >> mart. thank you. let's start in mumbai. india an update in that
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submarine that sank and exploded earlier this week. >> reporter: at least four bodies have been recovered from the damaged submarine. they are so badly disfigured and burned that they're unidentifiable. they've been sent to a local hospital for dna testing. the navy says it has continued to work around the clock to reach the other 14 people still trapped inside. but they're not sure they will find other bodies because the heat caused by the explosion has caused so much damage it could have incinerated the bodies. but they're not giving up. they will continue to search every inch of the submarine until they find the bodies so they can firmly say there are no more left inside. brianna, back to you. >> thank you for that. let's now to the dangers of predators lurking on line. cnn's paula newton has the update. >> reporter: a few cases of cyberbullying, canadian police are trying to track predators
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online and warning parents to be more vigilant with their children. this involves children of all ages. young children shouldn't have access to the internet, especially to the internet cameras without having some type of parental supervision. they're also warning teenagers who believe they're sending provocative pictures to their friends that predators will be looking in and may be in a position to harm you, brianna. >> paul largs thank yoa, thank . now to russia where olympians are speaking out. >> reporter: u.s. runner nick simmons has become the most outspoken critic of russia's anti-gay propaganda law. the law makes it illegal to tell children gay relationship, equal to straight. simmons says that's discrimination. and he said he's appalled with the level of how they're
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♪ it is 29 after the hour now. welcome back, everyone. i'm brianna keilar. >> and i'm martin savidge. here are the five things you need to know for your new day. first this mornings, hundred of protesters left the scene of a mosque in cairo. seemingly no one was hurt. that mosque had become a makeshift morgue for victims of the violence. an estimated 8500 people have died in egypt since thursday in the protests. this is a bizarre from brantford, ontario. police confiscated 40 ball pythons from a single motel room. the snakes were kept in plastic bins. this is a room occupied by four
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people, two of them kids, while it's against a law to own a python in brantford, no charges have been filed. a black bear taxied a 12-year-old in wexford county. the young girl is recovering after surgery after suffering deep cuts in her thighs. officials want to test the bear for disease. and general motors will recall nearly 300,000 of its chevrolet cruzes because of problems with the brakes. the company says it knows of 27 possible crashes due to the property. so far, no injuries have been reported. owners can take their car to i dealership to fix the issue. if you live in the south, you probably wish we stopped at four. number five, it's going to be a very wet weekend from the texas gulf coast all the way to indiana. let's bring in jennifer delgado. >> you're right. let's start off this morning. and a good morning to you if you're in atlanta you're waking
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up to cloudy skies as well as some rain an drizzle out there. you're looking at centennial park. guys, you see the windshield wiper out there doing its job. unfortunately, we'll need more than that. six inches of rainfall on the gulf coast. martin, it's been almost three months since that monster tornado just tore through moore, oklahoma. that killed 27 people, seven kids in an elementary school. and it triggered emotional reunions for survivors and their parents. >> this week, students across that area returned to their classrooms. and many of them obviously anxious about how school might be different after the tornado. our nick valencia was there. >> reporter: there are a lot of emotions when it's time to go back to school.
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especially when part of that school isn't there anymore. >> look at that. that's destroyed. i don't know how we survived this. >> reporter: i first met dylan months ago in the days that immediately followed the ef-5 tornado that wrecked moore, okay. the word "hero" got thrown around those days but ellis was nothing short of them. >> i saw her go up, grabbed her, laid on her and grabbed on to one of the lockers. once it's over, i push her out of the way and all the debris started to hit me. >> reporter: how did you know to think so fast? >> how did you know what to do? >> i just thought of her as my family. what would i do didn't think, just did it. >> reporter: like most of the students who survived the tornado, ellis had a lot of time over the summer to think about what happened. excited, nervous, anxious, those are just some of the feelings he said he's had about starting eighth grade. after everything that happened,
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he said he's just ready for things to be back to normal again. >> it's going to be a process to get back. but it's going to eventually get the way it was before. >> reporter: first grade teacher lane amaze. >> you hear the children that they don't want to go to school, the ones i had in the summer, they would tell me, i don't want to go to school miss mayes, that breaks my heart. they kind of lost their innocence. >> reporter: as she welcomes students to a makeshift room this year, she feels they that they might not feel safe. >> that's the strength that we have to draw on. >> and nick valencia joining us in the studio.
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you stayed in touch with a lot of the folks that you met there. how are they looking forward to what is an important day for them? >> it was an absolutely important day. it's been back breaking, physically and i motionally. they're humbled by the support. strangers paying attention to their community. it's been very humbling to wanele mayes. i was talking to her last night, she said that's what she focuses on, the support from strangers throughout the world. >> it's awesome that you see the silver lining how people come together. >> appreciate it. now, to newtown, connecticut, where a very different tragedy struck their element stare school eight months ago. while the 2012 mass murder in sandy hook sparked a conversation with gun sales, sales are in fact skyrocketing. >> and on double the amount.
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poppy harlow reports. >> i'm nancy. >> how. >> reporter: she's a grandmother about to become a first-time gun owner. nancy said the new laws passed in connecticut, among the toughest in the country, are a big reason she's buying her first firearm. >> our rights are being slowly infringed upon. and that this whole idea of controlling guns has come to my back door. in other words, there could be a time when i may never be able to get a firearm. >> reporter: elis lived in newtown for 28 years. her desire to own a gun is part of a spike in the state. newtown vividly remembered for one of the worst massacres in u.s. history is on track this year to double the amount of pistol permits it issued last year. >> i'm concerned that it could get out of hand. nancy lanza had quite an arsenal in her home. you only have two hands.
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how many guns can you fire at once? >> reporter: dave acert is an advocate. monty frank owns multiple guns but did not want to show them on camera out of respect for the victims. you went out and bought another gun after the shooting, why? >> that was 100% driven by the legislation. it's my responsibility to take care of and protect my family. >> reporter: it's hard for neal russo to understand as he grieves the loss of his daughter lauren killed in sandy hook. >> the heart's in a different way. i had my first dream, my daughter was in the dream a week ago. i said, lauren is dead. how can she be there? she's dead. >> reporter: what do you think when you see the numbers? >> it's sad. it's really sad.
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there's no other words to say it. it makes me sad to think that people -- they feel that they're protecting themselves. but they're just adding to their problem. >> reporter: there was also a surge in gun sales in colorado, following the aurora movie theater massacre. and after the 2011 mass shooting in tucson, background checks for gun purchases in arizona spiked. while nancy elis grieves for the victims of her tragedy in her back yard -- >> my heart breaks for them, it truly does. >> reporter: -- for her, this is about protecting the rights. >> did the guns as you the tragedy? no, it is the person behind the gun that caused the tragedy. >> reporter: nationwide fbi background checks for people wanting to buy guns have risen steadily over the past three years. and although the number of americans who have owned guns have actually declined for several decades, what we're seeing is more guns in the hands
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of fewer people. and that is something that really concerns newtown residents dave acert and monty frank who you saw in the story. the university of maryland eastern shore announced plans to purchase 200 bulletproof whiteboards. yep, they actually exist. the 18 by 20-inch boards weigh less than four pounds. they're designed to protect your head and torso. the school said they paid $60,000 for the new boards which will be in classrooms -- or for the fall semester start, that's next monday. >> i've never heard of those, did you? >> no. well, it is this summer's most talked about movie. >> now oprah winfrey and forest whitaker are hitting it big in the box office in "the butler." >> up next, michelle turner goes behind the scenes with the film's biggest stars. right now, 7 years of music is being streamed.
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good morning to you, new york city. a live shot. coming up there over lady liberty. going to be a gorgeous day there. 81 degrees. sunny up in the big apple today. grab your blanket. head out to the park. maybe a little cheese. i don't know if you can take wine. maybe you should try anyway, and enjoy yourself. >> all right. >> i'm not advising. if you haven't heard, oprah is back on the big screen and there's a lot of excitement about her role in the new movie "the butler."
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>> oprah is in playing withhihi butler in the white house. >> good morning, michelle >> hey martin and brianna, the most buzzed about film, just like things we don't see, things that go on about the is shooting, this is no different. some of the stories lighthearted and laughable. some heavy and heartbreaking. >> i'm cecil gaines, anymore the new butler. >> reporter: what's in name, that's what lee daniels asked the motion picture association of america when they told him his movie title was taken. >> we'll try to figure out something that says "lee daniels' the butler." ahh. >> reporter: you don't like that. >> don't, ask me next week.
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>> reporter: set secret number one, the director hates the title even though his name is written all over it. >> i do my work for kids that are impoverished that come from where i come from, which is the projects. i don't want them to think that your name is more important than your work. >> reporter: set secret number two, terrence howard's dental dilemma. >> he called me, t.t., i got a problem. i'm going to put you in this movie. all i got is this one character left and he's -- you know, you're too pretty for him. he's like, what can we do? cut your hair off or something? no, you know what, i got a crown on this front tooth. i can take that out. i'm like don't you do it, t.t. i'll is the up the dentist
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appointment right away. >> reporter: it was this honesty and realism that attracted them to the project. the same honest and realism that made shooting almost unbearable. >> i'm sorry, mr. butler, i didn't mean to make it a hero. >> everything you are and everything you has is in that butler. >> there are a lot of scenes that i really love. i think one of the ones that kind of stands out is the most difficult one. and it was the sit-in. >> reporter: set secret number three, yehya's real breakdown. >> it wasn't fun. did didn't feel good to do. but it was powerful. and it definitely had an impact on me as an actor. to do that, yes. that was real. >> again and again and again. >> reporter: how was that? >> oh, it was awful. it was degrading. it stunk.
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i wanted to vomit, you know. i got, you know, the things that happened in the body when something happens like that in real life happened on set. you know, you're acting, it's make believe, but the lines get blurry, especially when you're using something like real saliva. >> reporter: no doubt emotion overran the set on many days but there was a family feeling that began from day number one. set secret number four. >> please talk about. >> cuba on the opening party for the cast, oprah was there, everybody was there, cuba decided to jump into the pool naked. let's just say that was the beginning of "the butler." well, "lee daniels the butler"
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>> reporter: set secret revealed. back to you. >> michelle turner, she really gets the dirt, doesn't she? >> she gets the inside story. next on "new day," the controversies around alex rodriguez just don't stop. >> after a night of boos from a boston crowd, the player talks about the reports he actually implicated other places for using performance-enhancing drugs. we'll tell you what he said after this. ow. hero: (laughs) and i just go? this is for real right? this is for real? i always said one day i'd go to china, just never thought it'd be today. anncr: we're giving away a trip every day. download the expedia app and your next trip could be on us. expedia, find yours. you deserve more than justo flexibility and convenience. so here are a few reasons to choose university of phoenix.
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report of leaked documents for using drugs. >> yo has more. hey, joe >> this "60 minutes" report is basically saying alex rodriguez and his close people basically leaked the names of ryan braun even his yankees' teammate francisco cervelli. they leaked it back in january when the investigation started. rodriguez was in the dugout last night before the game in boston and he basically denied the report and said he expects more accusations like this to keep coming out. >> we're all going to are to get ready for a bumpy road. going to get worse every day. i would expect more stories to come out every day. it's frustrating for the game because the game is going so well. the team is playing relatively well. we're excited about playing obviously one of the best teams in baseball in boston.
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>> last night was a-rod's first game in boston since the suspension, as expected he got no love from the red sox faithful. take a listen. >> there you go, i think that sign says it all. arecord in the game had a couple of singles but it was alfonso soriano with the big bat. business guy has driven in four in the mlb record. >> right now, umpires can only review boundary calls whether a home run is fair or foul. but under this new proposed system, managers are going to be able to challenge calls for reviews. balls and strikes cannot be re viewed but places at bases or fair or foul balls, legitimate catches, those are the types of plays that can be reviewed. before this is implemented in 2013, umpires are going to have to vote on it and owners will have to approve it.
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zack hob kins, the one-armed basketball player from georgia just got an offer to play college basketball at the university of florida. billy donovan the gator's head coach offered him a walk-on scholarship. this is unbelievable. despite being born without his left hand and forearm, he's been touted as one of the best high school players in the country. he did get two other offers from smaller schools. obviously, university of florida, a legendary basketball program. that would be excellent if he can make this team. >> that is a big deal. congratulations to him. >> right down the road from where i live. big, big congratulations. >> joe carter, thank you. egypt is on edge after days of battles, a crackdown by troops and protesters. >> cnn's ian lee is in cairo.
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have been killed in violent clashes. hundreds have been injured rp. armed security forces fired guns in the air as they escorted women from a cairo mosque where they had taken refuge overnight. >> cnn's ian lee is in cairo. ian, what's the latest at that mosque? >> reporter: the situation is still very tense at that mosque. we were hearing that gunfire earlier this morning from our position here. the soldiers trying to take women from the mosque, lead them away. but a mob of people besieged them, chanting the general's name, the head of egypt's military saying that these people are bad people. they're traitors, the women coming out of the mosque. still a very intense scene as people inside of the mosque are afraid to come out. they're afraid for their lives that if they do come out, this mob could attack them or they could be arrested by the military. >> and, ian, i know the muslim
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brotherhood are asking that the protests continue on a daily basis. where does it end and could it escalate in all out warfare? >> reporter: well, we won't see the type of warfare as we were seeing in libya or currently in syria. this would be more street battles between the military and the morsi demonstrators. but it really wouldn't spread throughout the country to every street and every square. it is isolated within the cities. but there are very intense, very bloody battles when you have the two sides squared off. over 600 people have died in the last two days between the two battles. we're expecting it to continue as both sides are digging in their heels. both sides unwilling to back down. >> all right, ian lee, thank you very much. now, we want to show you some new amateur video out of egypt. we have to warn you, it's disturbing and it's hard to watch. you see a man unarmed, walking straight into automatic weapons fire. you see him with his arms uplifted.
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as the guns keep firing and then he crumples to the ground. we need to add that cnn has thought confirmed the authenticity of this video. >> israel is watching what happens there very closely. it relies on the military for help in securing the border. jim clancy is in israel. what is the biggest concern about the violence? >> reporter: well, you know, israel doesn't have any lot of choices in this. they're not saying anything publicly knowing that could only backfire for this country. but you're right, they do have concerns. the choices as you say were limited. it's not a good or bad situation, bad or worse. israel looks on telling cnn on condition of anonymity that the worst case scenario is currently a case of chaos and anarchy on
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streets. this is the fear, because they have a common border as you note there with egypt. a lot of extremist groups there in the last week alone, they fired or attempted to fire missiles at least two times at israel. and so there's concern that the military may have to take its eye off the ball there. and, you know, that could be, you know, a potent problem for the israelis. so they're looking on with some concern. hamas, on the other hand, has been public. it held a demonstrating last night in gaza. it's branding what happened this week in egypt massacres of the muslim brotherhood supporters who have taken to the streets. and it's not surprising, no love lost, between the muslim brotherhood, its offshoot hamas and ally and the egyptian military. you know after mohamed morsi was overthrown, egypt's military moves in and destroyed hundreds of tons leading into gaza from the sanaa.
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those carried cash, they carried arms. this undermined the position of hamas. they're seen by the military as an ally. across the arab word, we've got creation. you can see the difference between the groups critical of the islam brotherhood, that support the military. those that are labeling the z n demonstrations and what happened in cairo was massacre. saudi arabia, the images of the burning building in cairo. and the wealthy gulf arab states have pumped $12 billion, offered up that aid package to the military government. and they criticize what they said were muslim brotherhood efforts to undermine the economy of egypt. so very are different views. you know, turkey coming down calling for a u.n. investigation. some of the gulf states like saudi arabia clearly supportive
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of the military authorities in cairo. very differing opinions across the region today. back to you. >> jim clancy in jerusalem. thank you for that insight. senators john mccain and lindsey graham is saying what's happening to civilians in egypt is as a massacre. >> they say it's still considerable. they add, quote, whether it is egypt, syria, iraq or the wider region, the failure of the obama administration to use influence to shape events that this critical part of the world has only diminished our credibility, limited our influence and constrained our policy options. the events now unfolding in egypt and the middle east will directly impact the national security interests of the united states and we cannot remain this engaged. president obama has condemned that aid, but the u.s. aid continues to trickle in. dan loathian is in martha's vineyard where the president is on vacation.
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dan, why did the president decide to step up that between egypt and the u.s.? >> well, there had been impact for the obama administration to do much more. there and of course, was that delay of f-16s to the egyptian air force. but what the obama administration is not seeing is this quick transition to the elected government in egypt. so they really wanted to send a strong message to the egyptians to put pressure on them. they began, according to a senior administration official, talking about pulling out of this biannual meetings known as bright star, about the time in june when they decided to cancel the f-16 jets but when the violence really began escalating that's when the president
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decided late wednesday night that in fact they would pull out of the those joint exercises. do they believe that will have direct impact on the ground, even a state department official saying there are limitations to this move but they do believe it will send a strong message to the current government there in egypt. >> so, dan, the other leverage that administration has over egypt is this more than $1 billion in aid. the administration is not calling what happened a coup, because that would obviously trigger a pulling out of that aid. but how are they going to use this as leverage? what happens to the aid? >> and you're right, brianna, that's the key thing. it really is sort of the biggest stick if you will, leverage, that the u.s. has in trying to push the current government there along to this transition. the administration does not want to label what happened in egypt a coup because they have said
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they don't believe it is in the best interest of the united states to do so. so they're still holding on to this $1.3 billion in military aid, hoping that they can still use that to sort of influence what is happening there in egypt. the president did not specifically talk about that during his remarks when he interrupted his vacation here on martha's vineyard this week but he certainly hinted that is it something that could happen next. take a listen. >> going forward, i've asked my national security team to assess the actions taken by the interim government. and further steps that we may take as necessary with respect to the u.s./egyptian relationship. >> so even though the president has been here on vacation, he has been getting rel updates from his national security team. the white house has released some photos of the president on the phone with his team. in fact, one of the photos came just right before the president came out and addressed the nation about the steps that the
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u.s. would be taking and canceling the biannual enter sizes with the egyptian government. susan rice, his national security adviser has been here on the trip with the president, also giving him regular updates as well. brianna, martin. >> dan loathian, thanks very much. now to idaho. fresh hotshot teams are rolling into the resort area around sun valley. a wildfire has scorched 100 square miles. it's still growing. authorities ordered 1600 families to evacuate. "usa today" is reporting one home has been burned to the ground and a second damaged. there are a number of celebrities, including tom hanks, bruce willis, who have got homes in sun valley. now from heavy rain and the possibility of flooding, you are looking at a live shot of panama city, florida. storms expected throughout the day all over the southeast. let's bring in meteorologist jennifer delgado in the cnn weather center. what are you looking at? >> anytime you see a beach, it's taking me there.
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unfortunately, we're talking about a lot of rain in parts of florida and georgia. look at these totals over the last 24 hours. we're talking four to six inches of rainfall that's been coming down, flooding. let's go to video just to the west of montgomery, alabama. showing people driving through flooded streets. this is what happens when you have have days of heavy rainfall. the rain has nowhere to go. that's why we're worried today about that flooding threat. as we head into the radar and show you what's happening now. storms are popping up. you can see the heaviest rainfall affecting that panhandle region of florida. you can see in the locations some of those downpours are going to be heavy. that includes areas like jacksonville. as we go through today and tomorrow, keep that umbrella handy, six to eight inches anywhere in red. choose of the southern part of louisiana, new orleans, you could tap into this heavy rainfall as well. a lot of gulf moisture out there. that's why we have flood warnings in place. a lot of these watches are going
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cnn's dan simon has more on that. >> reporter: hollywood has long shown an obsession with area 51. >> welcome to earth! >> reporter: from aliens to ufos, it helped fuel the discussion that the government is holding on to a top secret location about this remote facility in the nevada desert. until now, it only existed in places like "x files" on television but newly leased cia documents officially acknowledged the site for the first time. annie jacobsen spent years researching area 51, publishing her findings in a book. >> this has kind of become a national pastime and a great debate, you know, about aliens. and the locust of this is area 51. >> reporter: but if you're looking to aine insight into aliens or space ships, you might be disappointed. the report makes no mention of those things. instead, it says that area 51 was a testing site for the government's aerial surveillance programs during the cold war.
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flight attendants on their service. >> we'll be sitting in the back, smelling that barbecue wafting into coach. yep, on the biz blocker, coca-cola is getting back at its critics. this time it's over aspartame. they're sort of suffering from a decline, a lot of people not wanting to purchase soft drinks. they've been fighting back on people saying, hey, this is causing obesity. they're saying we have low-calorie options and they're safe. aspartame, nutrasweet, as you may know, is safe. so the company actually took out a full-page ad this past week. they are going to, i believe, put it in atlanta papers because they are based here in atlanta. and that's really their concern. that some people are shying away from artificial sweeteners. so we'll be looking for that. >> yeah, a lot of people, just as a change of lifestyle, have decided maybe soft drinks, us specially the sugary ones,
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hey, it's the bottom of the hour now. welcome back, everyone. i'm brianna keilar. >> and i'm martin savidge in for victor blackwell. let's start you off with the five things you need to know for your "new day." first, this morning, hundreds of protesters left the scene of a standoff of an egyptian military in cairo. it looks like nobody was hurt, that mosque was the refuge for protesters had had mca makeshift morgue. 8500 people have died since wednesday when security forces demanded that protesters back down. number two, police in denver have detained a man they shot and killed one woman and injured another. they also said that he set propane-type bombs off. set them in the middle of the street, actually blew one up by shooting it. and "the denver post" is reporting that this man daniel abeyta was shot and critically
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wounded by police. no one was hurt when that exploded. chris christie appears ready to sign a marijuana bill if the legislature makes two key changes. chris christie signalled that he wants edible pot available to kids only. christie under pressure from a dad who said medical marijuana would help his daughter. alex rodriguez -- >> maybe not not surprised here. no love for a-rod in boston. a sellout crowd of hostile sox fans verbally yelled and screamed. that he taunted him. it's going to be a wet weekend from the texas gulf coast all the way to south carolina. let's bring in jennifer delgado at the cnn weather center. jennifer. >> good morning, martin. you're right, a wet one out
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there. let's take a look at atlanta. as you're fly into the region, rain showers and heavier rainfall in the south. let's take you to the graphic. here say look at what we're talking about. this is the radar. a lot of heavy rain out there. this is going to be mean round after round of shower activity. some of these locations we're talking four to six inches. we'll get to that in just a moment. we'll send it back over to you two. >> jennifer, thank you very much. you know it's been almost three months since that monster tornado tore through moore, oklahoma. you remember it. it killed 24 people, that included seven children at an elementary school. triggered emotional reunions for survivors and their parents. >> it's painful to watch. this week, students in moore returned to those classrooms. and many were anxious about how school might be different after the tornado.
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nick was there then, you went back. how's the healing? >> it's going. it's a grueling process. it's a long process. i've kept up with so many people i've met there it's been a roller coaster of emotions. trying to find the silver lining. for so many, it's wanting to get back to normal. that goes for teacher as well. i caught up with a teacher, she's telling me how she's coping. >> i'm not going to tell you there's not bad days, but then you just have to look at all the kindness and the goodness. and that helps you get through the bad days because there are bad days. but we're just going to use that strength to keep going. >> waynelm mayes was able to calm the students down as well
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as she could while rescuers came to her aid. >> so many people remember what went down at the elementary school there. but this is obviously a somewhat small community. hour they doing overall? >> you know, it's step-by-step. i spoke to a family last week. believe it or not, just after three months, they're getting back to out of temporary housing and getting back to a new home. it's a step-by-step process for everybody. i's a resilient community. it's a really beautiful thing to see when you're there, despite everything that's happened, they're able to find, like we were talking last hour, the silver lining. >> like she said, the positive sort of brings, i guess, some healing to get over the negative. >> yeah. >> nick valencia, thank you. >> you bet. >> we wish them well on the start. >> we sure do. it's a big deal. well it is turning into one of the summer's hottest hits. singer robin thicke tops the charts with his new single "blurred lines."
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♪ welcome back. we are in the e-block that means it is time for entertainment news. >> singer robin thicke is back at it. ♪ you can't be maybe i'm going ♪ >> who has not heard that song? it is probably the number one single of the summer. "blurred lines" topping the charts. now, thicke is going on the defensive to defend that smash
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hit. and you won't believe what family he is suing. and wwe wrestle darren young shocks fans with a surprising confession next to a baggage claim. the 103 radio personality kendra g. joining us live to discuss this. let's hear first with robin thicke. this has been his breakthrough. >> yes. >> he's had this career kind of going. is this putting him on the map, this song. and he's preemptively suing. >> he's preemptively suing the marvin gaye family, there's a song "got to give it up" robin thicke and pharrell williams are doing the lawsuit first. it makes me think, wait a minute, they're jumping the gun by putting the lawsuit first but it is a similar song. >> so they're also sort of preemptively suing bridgeport music which owns the music of
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funkadelic. right? maybe it's similar, cha-ching? >> yeah. i love robin thicke. i've interviewed him so many times. this is his first breakout single, you're right. there is a similarity. you can't deny that. >> george clinton frontman of funkadelic tweeted out his support for robin thicke, admits having a sound that's similar isn't the same as copying? >> and i would agree with that. >> i love robin thicke, i love the song "blurred lines" it gets me dancing in the morning. at the end of the day, we can't deny it's similar. should they sue for that? >> does he get vanilla ice is the question -- what was that song? >> i can't remember right now. >> what was it? "ice, ice baby." >> oh, yes. >> and what was the one he ripped off "under pressure."
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what would i do without you guys, right? >> right. next story. >> i wouldn't mind if we move on. earlier this week the wwe superstar darren young surprised fans with the deal that he's gay. he's the openly gay pro wrestler and on with nbc's matt lauer on the "today" show. >> i feel by coming out, i'm going to make a big difference in a lot of people's lives? >> why the right time. why did you find personally it was the right time? you know, i've been suppressing the feelings for so long in my life. i'm going to be 30 november 2nd. i just need to be happy. i'm in love. and i wrestle for one of the greatest organizations in the world, the wwe, and i'm a lucky man. >> i guess the question is, first of all, how surprised are you that he would come out and openly admit this. what's the reaction. that wwe fan base is an interesting group of people. >> yeah, first i want to say,
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i'm proud of had im. you go boy. so because he is pat of the wwe which is a very masculine organization. >> right. >> i do think he will lose some fans who are ignorant to understand. for him to have the courage to come out and admit to who he truly is, kudos to him. >> i agree. >> let's talk a little bit about prince of wales. i few years ago, he actually -- >> other >> wow. >> you love prince, right? >> i do, i do. >> do you remember he told a british tabloid that the internet was dead. this is what he said. the internet's completely over. all these computers and digital
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gadgets are no good. they just fill your head with numbers and that can't be good for you. it seems he's had a change of thumb. he sent out prince's first tweet, testing, one two, prince's third tweet, did i add too much pepper? which is a funny picture of food. which is funny because people are always tweeting silly pictures of food. >> oh, my god, i want to know where he shops. i want his heels. he has the best shoe game in the world. i think it's the greatest thing in the world that prince has communicated with his fans. his tweets -- >> his responses are excellent. >> can you actually imagine talking yourself to prince on twitter. i just love prince. i think it's adorable that he's on twitter and doing this with the fans. >> i think one of the fans said, am i dreaming?
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and he's like, yes, you are. >> prince is the coolest. >> this raised the question real quick, do celebrities have stand-in tweeters? >> they do have stand-in tweeters. i have celebrity fans who have people who tweet for them. but they do tweet themselves. but they are busy. there are times when they're controlling their social media page. i won't call any of them out right now. but the majority of time, they do tweet themselves. there are some celebrities who only tweet themselves. >> you heard it here first. >> kendra g., fun day today. thank you, girl >> you look fabulous today. >> so do you. >> thank you. last minute labor day holiday getaways. >> that's right, an expert will reveal how you can still get away before the end of summer without breaking the bank. this week, we talked to two remarkable innovators, a danish
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realizing that labor day is just around the corner, and if you are looking to squeeze in one last trip, you still have time to take advantage of good deals. joining me now is travel expert, mark murphy. >> good morning. >> apps can be your best tprepd. give me one. >> how about get away for one night, and hotel tonight gets a hotel loaded at the last minute, and sometimes you can find a cheap deal, sometimes 70% off the published rate, and it's a way to get rid of rooms at the last minute but not put it out over the internet. >> gas buddy? >> yeah, it gives you great gas
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deals all around and that's basically put in by your fellow gas buddy app users, so it's people seeing it and updating it and you can drive to the best gas station for the best price for your fill up before you head to the great hotel you are going to stay at that night. >> this next one, is it -- how do i say it? >> it's called was, and it's rerouting you around bad traf c traffic, and we don't want to spend time in the car getting away, and less gas use and more time at the hotel and destination. i have a human app, it's called
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the travel agent, and it doesn't need a smart phone or anything else and you send them an e-mail and they find you great deals. >> you are benefiting from those suffering who are stuck, is that the way it works? >> sometimes. and it will tell you if there is a policeman ahead so you avoid the ticket that adds to your travel costs, too. >> very good. anything last-minute travelers might want to avoid? >> avoid traveling on that friday before labor day and coming back that monday, and if you push it a little later, leave on a saturday and sunday and extend it into the week of labor day week, that's going to be great. and look out into shoulder season, september, october, november, and you will find the greatest deals out there of the entire year, and it's a great time to travel and the weather is still fabulous, and it's a great savings. >> mike murphy with great ideas
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it's time for the good stuff, and in today's edition, go pro cameras, those little water cameras people strap to
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about anything, they capture a lot of action and excitement, and turns out they are also catching a lot of good stuff. >> first, we will take you up to our neighbors to the north, canada, specifically, victoria, british columbia. this is a man on a motor bike, and he spots something by the side of the road and so he slows down to take a closer look. >> are you stuck? >> yeah. >> i saw you. let me give you a full little reverse here. >> that's a woman in a wheelchair, and she is stuck in a rut, and soon she is on her way and so is the biker after what he calls a random act of coolness. >> no, that is not all. >> another situation. this one is a bit more dangerous. a grab of moped riders, they see a man walking along the side of the busy road, and one slows
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down and finds out there is a reason the man is there. he is blind. >> excuse me, sir. there is a sidewalk just three or four feet over to your left side. >> can you walk me over there? >> of course, give me one moment to park my bike. >> that's a simple act of kindness. a minute out of the rider's day, and he could have saved a life. >> is that great. now today's must see moment. >> kitty cat stand up, two felines staring each other down like nobody else is in the room. >> which one will dare to blink? how will it end? that part is easy, just about the way you would expect. >> slap!
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>> because i speak panda, i didn't know if you knew this about me, but this is panda for, "hi, mom, i love you," and this giant panda cub, this is the first to be born in taiwan, just meeting her mother for the first time since her birth, and it's what you would expect, h"hey, mom, what is up?" >> i think the question is "why is my baby outside of the fence?" so cute. the next of your "new day" starts right now. get ready for the rain. rounds and rounds of it rolling into the already soggy south
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this morning. fears of flooding now very real. >> chris christi makes a big decision on medical marijuana. did the suffering of one little girl sway the new jersey governor. it's back to school and hopefully back to normal in moore, oklahoma, three months after the deadly f-5 tornado, but safety is still very much a concern. >> do you think you are paying too much for your power bill? chances are you are right. wait until you hear about the controversial billing practice that is now becoming the norm. >> hi, everybody. good morning to you. i am brianna keilar. >> i am martin savidge. >> chris christi signaled he
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will make it easier for children to use medical marijuana but only after sharp restrictions. >> that is after a father of a girl with epilepsy pleads with christie. >> i know you think it's simple -- >> i know you think it's simple, and it's not. >> please don't let my daughter die, governor. >> christi's response is not simple for parents of children that need medical marijuana. >> where does the issue stand? >> here is how we understand it. governor christie has sent this bill back to the state legislator, and he is saying he will sign it if edible forms of the form will be given only to minors, and in this case that would help this little girl.
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he actually wants to keep in place the more strict requirement, current law that parents have a note from a pediatrician, a psychiatrist and the prescription from a qualifying doctor, and the bill as it stands now would eliminate the number of marijuana strains available in new jersey, and christie is okay with keeping that portion in the bill, meaning in essence that she could get the medical marijuana that she needs. last night that father, scott wilson, gave his reaction to our wolf blitzer, take a look. >> overall it's a victory for us but not a victory for all the patients of the new jersey. the lifting of the three strain limits was a huge victory for us and anybody in the state, and the edibles was really confounding decision, and we were not expecting that, and they are only allowing expanded
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edibles for children or for minors. >> for those of you who are not familiar with the story or just getting up to speed. 2-year-old vivian, she has seizures and they could last up to an hour, and she is on a special diet and has special medications, and her parents think the only thing that controls the seizures is a medical form of marijuana, and cdc is known to help people with this syndrome. vivian is so young that of course she would not be able to leave the dry leaf form and smoke the marijuana, she is just two years old. and her parents say lozenges are not a option because she could
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choke and there is sugar in those lozenges, and that's not an option for something with this syndrome, and this is a victory for vivian, because it appears if the legislature goes along with what christie wants, she could get the form, and it's an oil and it would be dropped on food or on to her tongue and this is something that her parents believe would control those severe seizures. >> there is a lot to it. thank you. and now to egypt. parts of the capital, cairo, looking and sounding more like a war zone. shots are ranging out today as security forces escorted women from a mosque where they took refuge overnight.
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173 people were killed in clashes on friday, and among the dead the son of a muslim brotherhood spiritual leader. the muslim pwrbrotherhood is calling for a week of protest across the country. now, fresh hotshot teams are rolling into the resort area of sun valley because a wildfire scorched 100 square miles and is still growing. "usa today" reports one home burned down to the ground, and several celebrities, tom hanks and bruce willis, have their homes there. let's bring in our meteorologist, jennifer delgado, and she is in the weather center to give us an idea of what is
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ahead. >> more rain on the way for parts of the southeast, and that includes panama city. for areas especially along the florida panhandle, the rain is going to be coming down and they don't need it because a lot of the area already saturated. look at the totals over the last 48 hours, 4 to 6 inches, and some parts that you are seeing in red, it will lead to problems with flooding, and we have flood watches and warnings out there, and some of the locations are anticipating up to 6 inches of rainfall, and that means areas around tallahassee, and for new orleans we are talking heavy rainfall. now to the tropics, we follow an area, and it's hard to pick out, but this is the circulation we are watching. here is the convection and thunderstorm, a 40% chance to tropical cyclone. out in idaho, they are dealing
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with fires there, we want to point out wind gusts up to 30 miles per hour, and the situation is still going to be dangerous, but it's not all bad out there. we head back over to the northeast. brianna, last week you were here, and it was nice, and look at these temperatures -- >> yeah, this is my luck. >> you can't spend that time outside, but the temperatures are going to be nice in the 70s and 80s, still running below after for this time of year. >> i am sorry for bringing the bad weather with me. jennifer delgado in the weather center. thanks. it has been three months almost since the monster tornado tore through moore, oklahoma. it triggered emotional reunions for young survivors and their parents. >> my heart just breaks. students across the area return to their classrooms, and many
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were anxious about how school might be different after the tornado, and our nick valencia was there. >> reporter: there a lot of emotions when it's time to go back to school, especially when part of that school is not there anymore. >> you look there. that is destroyed. i don't know how we survived this. >> reporter: i met dillon months ago, and we followed the tornado that wrecked moore, oklahoma. the word hero got thrown around a lot those days, and ellis was nothing short of one. >> i see her going up and jump on her, and i grab on to the bottom of the lockers that were in the ground, and then once it's over i push her out of the way, and all of the debris starts to hit me. >> reporter: how did you think so fast? how did you think of doing what you did? >> just didn't think, did it.
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>> reporter: ellis had a lot of time to think about what happened. excited. nervous. anxious. those are some of the feelings he said he has had about starting eighth grade, and after everything that happened he said he is just ready for things to be back to normal again. >> it is going to be a process to get back, but it's going to eventually get the way it was before. >> reporter: first grade teacher wishes it was that easy, and her school took a direct hit for the tornado, and she laid on her student and played music as the debris rained down on them. >> they don't want to go to school, the ones i had last year, and they saw me this summer and they said i don't want to go to school, and that breaks my heart because they kind of lost their innocence. >> reporter: she says the most difficult part for her will be making them feel like they are
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safe. >> a thunderstorm might scare me, but there is so much love in the world and that's what we are going to teach the children, too, and that's the strength we have to draw on. >> nick valencia joining us in the news room. this is a small community and anybody living there knows somebody injured or who died. >> this is the community, a lot of people know each other and have been through this type of thing before, and it's support from the world, support from strangers, or sending coloring books to the kids, and that's what is good is support from people they don't know. >> sometimes reporters will say how do you keep covering bad news, and i say there is always a silver lining, and you found one here. thank you. >> we will talk more with nick at 10:00 a.m. as well. still, hannah anderson's
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first public appearance since being taken. and then "the butler," and why she thinks race was a factor in the trayvon martin case. >> a lot of people if they think they are not using the "n" words themselves, and do not have harbor ill will towards black people that it's not racist, but to me it's ridiculous to look at that case and not to think that race was involved. >> her sit-down interview with cnn. that's straight ahead. you are watching "new day." the recent increase in cafeteria prices is not cool. when you vote for flo, we'll have discounts.
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acting strong for everyone. that's how a friend tkdescribes the girl. >> hannah made her first public appearance at a fund-raiser days after police rescued her and killed her captor. >> now, police discovered devices, and a gas can, and rolls of duct tape and used
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condom and ammunition at dimaggio's home. >> she hurried past more than a dozen cameras without speaking to reporters, and once inside people that were there said she was much more comfortable at home with her peers and neighbors, and what she wanted to do was thank all of the people that had been supportive of her during her ordeal and afterwards. her arrival at a fund-raiser came as surprise to her relatives and friends. >> this night was an unexpected reunion, honestly. all of her friends were here, and it was like we have not skipped a beat. >> the media were invited to the restaurant in lake side, california, but were not allowed inside during her reunion. >> she is loved and doing good day by day and we will keep moving forward from here. >> wearing hannah strong and "pray for hannah" t-shirts, they helped raise money for hannah's
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mother's and brother's funeral. >> i wanted to say thank you all for coming and this is a small community we are part of, and the community came together and put on this great fund-raiser for hannah, and hopefully her future and healing. >> what has it meant to the community to go through the ordeal? >> it's horrifying that guy did what he did. it's sickening to me, and i want to put them all to rest. >> the fund-raising event drew a large crowd, and cash donations and 20% of the sales donated to the anderson family. >> we have a lot of expenses in front of us, and right now we are looking for her future and to get her settles. >> a family hoping to adjust. >> you keep hearing the term "uncle jim," and he was really like an uncle to them. >> this newly released search
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warrant said police discovered a handwritten note and letters from hannah, and the detectives say that proves dimaggio had control over that house, and they also found other items. empty camping gear, and a box that once contained handcuffs and lots of ammunition. martin and brianna. >> thank you for that report. now, all in the family business. george w. bush's daughter has one thing to say about 2016 and a hillary clinton run. a gut checkup next.
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oh, yeah, you know what that means, time for our political gut check. all the stories you need to know coming out of washington. i am looking the wrong way. and here is one that causes a bit of indigestion. around the bush table. >> clinton's husband pushed her grand dad out of the white house in 1992, and barbara would not say. interesting, isn't it? >> chris christie dropping another big hint he may jump
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into the race? do we doubt this? he says i am in this business to win. >> if we don't win we don't govern, and if we don't governoren, what we do is shout into the wind, and so i am going to do anything i need to do to win. >> so read into that what you will. pundits surely have. many are calling the lunch in speech an audition. the death toll is rising in egypt as that country braces for more unrest. gunfire in the streets, and that's what it looked like on friday. a security force clashed with the brotherhood muslim
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supporters. the egyptian government says 173 people killed and more than 1300 wounded. and the chaos spreads across egypt. there are growing calls for the u.s. to suspend the $1.5 billion in aid to egypt's military. let's go to jill doherty for more on that. >> americans have a big investment in egypt's security whether they know it or not. the egyptian military's bloody battle against demonstrators is feeling pressure in the u.s. to suspend military assistance. senator john mccain says the u.s. cannot be complicit in the mass slaughter of citizens. president obama won't go that far yet or pull the plug in
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military assistance of u.s. gives egypt every year, and that includes hardware, like ma-a1 tan tanks, and servicing and technical support as well as military training, and cutting aid could end up cutting money to american defense contractors, and the u.s. doesn't hand over cash, it puts it in a trust fund, and the money gets paid to those contractors who provide jobs for americans. like the tank manufacturer in ohio, and the f-16 manufacturer in ft. worth, texas, and israel is nervous, and officials telling cnn that cutting military aid to egypt could hurt israel and the region, and egypt is one of two countries that made peace with israel in 1978,
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and they see the egyptian military as the only stable force from keeping the country from chaos. >> another possible effective cutting military aid, weakening security for the canal, a crucial sea route for the oil supply, and egypt controls the canal and the troops guard it, and this is a battle between u.s. strategic interests and moral values, and so far for president obama, strategic interests are winning. >> thank you. coming up, oprah winfrey sits down with anderson cooper and opens up about her new role in "the butter" alebutler," and
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we're just a few seconds shy of the bottom of the hour now, and frpb, welcome back. i am brianna keilar. >> i am martin savidge. governor chris christie said he will sign a bill making it easier for children to use medical marijuana, but only with some restrictions. and the issue caries political implications as you can imagine, as christie has been widely discussed as a potential presidential candidate. and then a standoff in cairo, and 1,000 are barricaded inside fearing for their safety. and that mosque was refuge, and 185 people have died in egypt since security forces demanded that protesters back down. number three, a massive
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nationwide sweep by federal agents pulled in 263 gang members. according to the u.s. immigration and customs enforcement agency, among those arrested were 158 members of the ms-13 street gangs which is one of the most dangerous and transnational gangs today. a judge in kansas says a letter that mentions putting explosions under a car is not a true threat. the justice department sued the letter writer under a law aimed the protecting abortion services, and the judge ruled the letter was constitutionally protected spaefrp. and then number five,
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delivered by sky riding for filner, and filner says he will not leave office. >> you might remember that from "the wizard of oz." oprah winfrey is back on the big screen, and she is krae sae creating a lot of buzz. >> this is based on a true story, and it takes an up close look at the trials of the time. >> what was the name of the movie, honey? >> "in the heat of the night." >> he is a white man's fantasy of what he wants us to be. >> what are you talking about? he just won the academy award. he is breaking down barriers for all of us. >> oprah sat down with anderson
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cooper and talked about race and the "n" word. here is part of the interview. >> in the film, the "n" word is used very early on, and it's used by lbj, and people see him on tv saying negro, and -- >> yeah. >> when did he use that word, he always uses the "n" word. was that hard for you? i know you spoke in publicly about the importance of not using that word? >> i think it depends on the context at the time in which you were raised. i was raised in the '60s. and i am a child -- not only that, but a student of my history, and i said it many times, it's not part of who i am to use that word. i understand why other people do. it's impossible for me to do it because i know the history, and
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i know that for so many of my relatives, whom i don't know, whom i don't know by name, and who i am connected to, my ancestors, that was the last word they heard as they were being strung up by a tree, and that was the last of what they experienced as some harm was caused to them. it's just not part of the fabric of who i am. so out of respect to those that have come before and the price that they paid to rid themselves of being relagated to that person, i just don't use it. >> i understand lee daniels used to use that word -- >> lee, you are not going to be using that word around me. no, you are not. i think it's used appropriately in the film. you know, in the moment where
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the clarence williams character slaps the young butler and says don't ever use that word because that word is filled with hate, and when my character is sitting on the sofa, and this is how i personally feel, and says don't you call my son a niggar because he ain't a niggar, and do you see the word different using it with the "a" at the end of it as opposed to an "e "? fp >> no, ssemantics. >> agree to disagree. >> yeah, that's a movie i really want to see. >> how often do you get to see
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when you are president, that pesky press. >> hey, now -- >> wants to know what you are up to all the time, even when you are on vacation? president obama took a bike ride
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on friday, and the first lady had pedalled by, and breaking news on that one. he said, having a great time. >> right by that pesky press, right, martin? a new edition, and it's bullet proof white boards. in maryland, they are purchasing two dozen of them. these are made by a company that phaeubgdz bullet proof vest and military armour. take a look at how they work. campus police say they are lightweight and user friendly, and this is the first college in the u.s. to invest so much in bullet proof white boards, and they cost about $60,000 total. the hotel industry pulled in a whopping $2 billion last year, and i would like to think i contributed to that, and now desk clerks are asking for more,
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and with an increase in fees and surcharges, the industry is on track to make more money, anything from resort fees to early check out fees, and internet and telephone charges and if you want to send a tax or use the mini bar, there is a fee for that, and if you want them to hold your bags before you leave, that will cost you, too. >> feeling like the airport all of a sudden. turns out you might be paying an estimated bill versus to what you actually used. and thank you for being with us. give us a sense of how widespread this problem is, and why this method is now being used? >> it's pretty common, and it's being used as a combination of things. the utilities are trying to save money by having fewer meter readers, and then also the fact
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that there are fewer people home during the day to be there when the immediater reader shows up. >> tell us how customers know if it's estimated or this is actual use. >> where the fees are, it will say whether it's estimated or actual. so that's the easiest way to find that out. >> so we actually don't have the bill, but, again, you will be looking at the fees like you said to be able to tell. you just have to read the fine print there. so a meter that is estimating, it could lead to under charging, right, and it could lead to over charging on your bill, so what steps can customers take to get accurate readings and they would like to be paying what they should be paying or a little less, i would imagine? >> it's very easy and most of the utilities have multiple ways you can do it.
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it will say so on your bill, or you can go to the website for the utility. one of the things you can do is go online and set up an account and then you can actually read the meter and enter what the reading is, so they will have the accurate reading. and a lot of them have the option of having a call-in number, and you end up calling in within a certain time around your meter reading and you read them the meter and give them the reading, and a few utilities will also include post cards with your bill, so if you want to, you can fill out the postcard, mail it in, and that way they get the actual reading. >> if you want to pay what you should be paying or less, you have to do a little footwork it sounds like. thank you. >> you are very welcome. parents who use monitors to watch their kids, are they safe? because this story got a lot of
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attention. a baby monitor was hacked. what you need to know to keep your baby safe. this day calls you.
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want to get out to everybody. ready for this? the height, weight, and bra sizes of the women police officers, and they had benefitted for bullet proof chest, and they say it's unfortunate. >> yeah, it's the weight. >> it's all of it. what is your status on facebook right now? if you are on the site for too long, it's a sad face. 82 college-age volunteers who answered questions five times a day, and during the two-week long study, they rated their well-being at the beginning and at the end. >> what they thought is this. users felt worse at the end of the study. researchers were able to track
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and record moment to moment moods. >> their moods darkened the more they spent on the site. another study found looking at your own profile can be self affirming and good for you, because -- >> which is why i asked you, if i posted 35 selfies of me, that's too much? >> no, it will help you get through your day, because let's face it, we are all pretty fabulous on facebook. and technology is making it easy for hackers to come through homes. >> yeah, they are able to even unlock doors. >> reporter: imagine, your 2-year-old daughter sleeping and an outsider watching her through the baby monitor. that's what happened to a family in texas. they discovered the problem when they heard a man yelling at their toddler, reading her name off the wall. they believed their device was hacked. >> it felt like somebody broke
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into our house. >> reporter: somebody kind of did, and there are more and more ways to hack your house, and many devices that are vulnerable. >> i can tell it to please unlock the door. >> that's a hacker, literally unlocking your door. the smart lock enables you to unlock your door. >> you can compromise it, or i can control any device hooked up to it. >> reporter: in a world full of these types of devices that let you do anything from flush your toilet to turn on lights through your smart phone, a hacker can make your house feel haunted. >> basically i can open up any of the rooms that have been configured or associated with the device and control them, either turning them on or off. >> sound like something casper would do? they found an issue with this hub that enabled them to take
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control of the devices connected to it. and this toy rabbit has a camera that syncs with an app. >> i was able to capture and pull from it a url, which the direct video feed, and as long as the access token was still valid and had not been expired yet, i could watch that video feed instantly. >> they fixed the issue identified by the researchers, and they say the majority of their users have secure internet connections, and the makers of the baby monitor and toy rabbit did not respond to cnn's tkw for comment, and the way to be safe, keep your software up-to-date and never click on links from
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strangers. >> that's alarming, isn't it? >> yeah, all the technology makes you fearful, especially as a parent. >> that's unbelievable. coming up on "new day," searching for alexis. she has been missing for two weeks and was last seen at a gas station. putting the pieces together, but it has not been easy. we will be talking with her mother next hour. okay, listen up! i'm re-workin' the menu. mayo? corn dogs? you are so outta here! aah! [ female announcer ] the complete balanced nutrition of great-tasting ensure. 24 vitamins and minerals, antioxidants,
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in san diego, hooters restaurants are refusing to serve filner because they say he
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is disrespectful to women in his office. and the ceo said there is a time and place to be disrespectful to women, and that's at hooters, that's when you do it. >> it's funny that hooters is like, no thank you. the irony was not lost. >> i think san diego is kind of sick of him. a funny take on that. time for another must-see moment. >> let's go blobbing. >> who wants to do that? >> we believe these are extreme athletes, and they are doing it. always looks fake, doesn't it? this is a water stunt that involves people jumping from a cliff, and that's the inflatable air bag, and that's the blog, and they try to launch the
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person before plunging back down into the water. it's kind of hilarious. >> looks like something wiley coyoty would order. >> would you do that? >> i think so. kind of fun. time for the good stuff. >> this morning it's all about stevie, and she was paralyzed in a car accident but she made herself a promise, if she ever got married she would somehow walk down the aisle. >> that's exactly what she did. after months of work, stevie walked down the aisle with the assistance of her walker, and father, of course, but what makes this the good stuff is how stevie met her husband. after her accident, she did not give up, she helped people with similar injuries. >> and one of the people she
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helped was a girl that introduced them. >> i am so excited to be married, and knowing that i married my best friend, i guess i could say now, and i know we are going to laugh for the rest of our lives. >> of course, stevie only had to walk down the aisle. her new husband, jared, carried her back up it. and she looks beautiful. >> and as it should be, she got carried right back down, and probably over the threshold and everything. >> nice the way they met. again, the silver lining on what could have been considered a negative. >> we have been talking a lot with the silver lining. we are wand t to end the ho
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with this. a black bear settled in for a bit of a nap. animal control officials are concerned the bear could come back and might not go as well the next time, so they are setting a trap. >> honey, there is a bear out there, no biggie. if i had a dime forever time i said that. >> thank you for starting the morning with us. much more ahead on "new day saturday." good morning, everybody. i am brianna keilar. >> i am martin savidge. this is "new day saturday." we will begin this hour with breaking news. there are reports of new fighting now in egypt's capital. >> we have reports of clashes and gunfire around a mosque in central cairo, and that's where supporters of ousted mohamed
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morsi have been holed up all night long. >> let's bring in fred from cairo. we know it's a confusing situation there, and what can you tell us about what is happening? how many people are still ins e inside? do we know? >> reporter: it has been fluid and kaoeu yac chaotic. and the information we got, and i have been covering this throughout the entire night, at some point there was 1,000 people holed up in the mosque, and inside you have morsi supporters, and outside you have the armed vigil anti-tkpraogroa. some of the morsi supporters, especially women have come out, and the security forces have protected them and firing in the
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air to keep the vigilante groups away from them, and you have the exchanges of gunfire as you said, and it seems as though there is a shooter from the crowd inside the mosque, and the security forces returned fire as they said they would, and there was an issue if the security forces were attacked, they would return live fire. we could hear it ringing out throughout the morning in cairo, and there is a military helicopter circling over the area as well. this place was the place where the big slashes helped yesterday, and a lot of people were killed and a lot of people inside the mosque shot refuge there, and it was being used as a makeshift hospital and morgue throughout the night for the people killed in the clashes, martin. >> thank you for that. we will take a change and turn to weather. you will be looking at a live
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shot from panama city, florida, and storms are expected throughout the day. let's bring in our meteorologist, jennifer delgado. >> there is a big threat for that, because the rain has been coming down over the last 48 hours, and once again in the southeast. look at the radar, lighting up parts of florida and alabama and georgia. and we will see the heaviest rainfall today, and look what has been coming down over the last 48 hours, some locations between 4 and 6 inches of rainfall, and you can see the area to the west of panama city, with all the rain around we have flood watches and warnings in place, and we are expecting some of the locations to pick up six more inches of rainfall, and it will work into louisiana and new orleans and regions like birmingham. as we go through today and tomorrow, we will continue to follow the heavy rainfall but we are following the tropics, and
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you can see the thunderstorms, and this system has a 40% chance of developing into a tropical cyclone, and we will continue to follow that and of course we are tracking the fire danger out in the west across parts of idaho, and we are expecting some of the winds to gust up to 30 miles per hour, and that means the fire danger is not going to be over today, and it's not all bad news out there, though, and we leave the good for the end, and we will see the temperatures across the northeast below average, and it is going to be cooler on sunday as well, martin. >> jennifer, thank you very much for that. new jersey governor chris christie is signaling he is going to make it easier for sick kids to get medical marijuana. >> the move comes after the father of a young girl with a rare form of epilepsy confronted christie. >> these are complicated issues,
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and -- i know you think it's simple, and it's not. >> please don't let my daughter die, governor. >> alina has been following this. where does the issue stand now? >> basically, governor christie sent it back to the legislature and he said he will sign it if edible forms of marijuana would be given only to minors, not to patients fr all ages, and that would help vivian here, and he wants to keep in place the requirement that in order to qualify for the program, parents would have to get a note from a pediatrician, a psychiatrist and a qualifying doctor, and some parents believe that is too strict. in fact, here is what vivian's father told wolf blitzer last night. >> it makes a lot of headache and heartache for parents to shop around for doctors that understand anything about medical marijuana to get them to
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sign up for this, so for parents who are already going through a lot of trouble with what their children's ailments are, you don't have to do that for any other medication. >> and christie supports eliminating the number of strains, and that means vivian in essence would be able to get the medical marijuana she needs. for those of you getting up to speed on this story, the 2-year-old has a rare form of epilepsy, and she is a on special diet and has special meds, and her parents believe the only thing that will help to control it is a special form of medical marijuana, which is high is something called cdd, and low in the agent that gets you high. this is a victory for this family. if the state legislature goes
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along with governor christie's suggestions, vivian should be able to get what she needs. it's an oil that would be dropped into her food or on her tongue, and her parents believe and our own sanjay gupta believes after doing research that this would help vivian and other children like her. >> this type of syndrome that she has, we are talking about seizures that are last a minute, and the sensation the parents must feel as they are watching their daughter. thank you so much. for more on medical marijuana, and why dr. sanjay gupta changed his mind, you can watch a special here tonight on cnn. coming up, searching for alexis. she was last seen at a gas station, however, there is more
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the search for a missing teen is growing desperate right now. that is 17-year-old alexus murphy, walking out on a vine video, but her twitter account frozen in time, unchanged since the day she went missing, two weeks ago today. her last message sent two hours before she was last seen, and it says i actually look cute right now. she was last spotted at a surveillance camera at this surveillance camera on august 3rd. and then taylor is not telling much to the fbi or anything. he admits to being with alexus
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inside his camper the day she wept missing, but says she left with another man, a drug dealer. and then samantha clark went missing three years ago, and they fear he is connected to the disappearance there as well. laura, how is your family doing? >> they doing good as they can do. we are just holding on, keeping strong with family and friends and support. >> fill us in on the latest you know, clues, leads, even ideas. >> well, where we are right now is mr. taylor has been arrested, and he is not talking at this point or sharing any information about where alexis may be.
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they continue to do searches on his property, and they have discovered what has said to me as multiple cell phones, and some badly damaged and those are sent to quantico, and it's not known if one of those were alexis'. >> he said another man was really the last one to be with her. what do you make of all of this? >> i just make it as a pack of lies. you know, the same mo that he had in the samantha clark case, it was somebody else. this is a very sick individual. as far as i am concerned, he is a predator. he has been watching alexis, i believe for a while, freaking where she goes to get her favorite drink every day, and
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there is just all kinds of holes in his story. why would a 48-year-old man need to ask a 17-year-old where to buy weed? if you smoke weed you know where to buy it. >> i think this man holds the key obviously, and as a mother that could speak, if you could and indirectly you are to him, what would you say to him or his attorney? >> would would want to know where my daughter at. from a mother to a father, i would like to just sit there with him one-on-one and ask him where my daughter is at, because he do nowhe where she is at. it just don't make sense at all. i would want him to see the hurt in my eyes. >> this is a small town, trina,
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and you met him before? >> i purchased a car from the dealership he used to work at. i knew i had seen him just around in the community, because the vehicle is kind of hard to miss. it was not with any frequency, but i had seen him before. and then when i figured out that's where he used to work, he was actually the person who cleaned my car up before i took possession of it. >> laura, i know you have said -- >> which is really eerie. >> you still have hope in your heart, any parent wood, and you must still have hope, right? >> yes, i still have hope. i mean, a mother would know if something -- if her daughter is really gone, but i still have hope. i don't feel that and i donwant back and i miss her. >> if you know anything about the disappearance, investigators
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are asking you call this number, 434-263-7050. fighting for his life. after a big reversal by doctors, his family is more hopeful he will get one soon, and we will have the latest on that case next. right now, 7 years of music is being streamed. a quarter million tweeters are tweeting. and 900 million dollars are changing hands online. that's why hp built a new kind of server.
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fighting for his life. doctors implanted a mechanical pump to help his heart function, and that happened on friday. he got attention after the doctors told the teen's family he would not pb put on a heart transplant list, and his family think it's because of his troubled past, and they resized that decision and said he will be given top priority, and he is doing extremely well. with more than 20% of the population living below the poverty line, and chicago is a city in need, and now putting goods into the hands that can use it the most and keeping thousands of pounds of items out of landfills. >> on a day-to-day basis, there are tons of items thrown away.
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apparently the only thing
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red sox fans hate more than a yankee, is a rat, an alleged rat at least. a sellout crowd of hostile sox fans yelled screamed and taunt embattled third baseman, alex rodriguez. >> in a report he leaked documents and implicated other players for using enhancing drugs, and it's hard, joe, and we are talking about 60 minutes, and it's hard to argue with a "60 minutes" reports. >> yeah, "60 minutes" is "60 minutes," and they are saying his inner circle gave names to yahoo sports soon after the investigation started, and that was back in january and the beginning of february. last night rodriguez says, you know, i expect more accusations, more stories like this to keep coming out.
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here he is. >> we will have to get ready for a bumpy road, and i would expect bigger and bigger stories to come out every day. and it's frustrating for the game because the game is doing so well, and it was such a big series, and the team is playing relatively well, and we're excited about playing, obviously one of the best teams in baseball, boston. >> they have a three-game series with them, and last night what was a-rod's first appearance, and as expected, he got no love from the red sox fans. who did show a lot of love last night was alfonso soriano. he has five home runs in the last four games and has driven in 18 runs over the span, and 18 rbis happens to tie a major league record. and speaking of the mlb, they are expanding replay, and under
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a new proposed system, managers will be able to get involved and will be able to challenge. balls and strikes can never be reviewed, but safe or not safe, that could be reviewed and trapped catches, and this could start next season. and umpires and players vote and then owners have to approval it. sara thomas, she was the line judge. and it was an addition for her to possibly become the first full-time nfl referee in nfl history, and thomas has been working for an official for years and no stranger to being the first, and seven years ago she was the first female to officiate the division 1 football game, and guys this is not a definite guarantee that she will get the nfl job this
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season, and she will go back to. >> it would certainly be very good pr for the nfl, i would say. a lot of women would be very bg cited to see that. >> there is a couple other women -- >> they are considering? >> yeah, there is 119 jobs and she could get one if one opens up. coming up at the top of the hour, first hooters bans him, and then a message in the sky telling him to surrender, and now the 16th accuser pointing the finger at filner. will this push him to finally step down. and orange is the new black. it's not about fashion. it's a woman's prison. a lot of praise for showing
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women in very unusual circumstances, and that's coming up at 10:00 eastern. we will see you back here at the top of the hour, but first privacy versus convenience. >> it's a decision you have to make if you want to take part in the digital world. >> if you give it to us, we can do a better job. >> how can you protect yourself. >> christine romans as the answers, and "your money" starts right now. stphaoeufrplts pwreug brother is watching you and so are chinese hackers, identity thieves and tech companies. i am christine romans, and this is your money. technology is marching forward but security is sometimes left behind, in a rush to create
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