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on cnn and we'll see you, chris and kate, bright and early monday. >> thank you. that does it for us for now. thanks for watching. ♪ from cnn's world's headquarters in atlanta. this is "early start" weekend. >> i either have a house or i don't have a house. there's nothing i can do about that. >> flames have destroyed almost 500 homes and scorched an area the size of manhattan. and now evacuees of the fire are wondering if they have anything to go back to. does he have a relationship with a foreign government and is there more to the story? >> he leaked united states' secrets and now he's on the run and some thing he's working for another government. and the mystery of a
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teenager whose death is ruled an accident gets stranger. and now his family calls it a murder cover-up. >> good morning, it's saturday june 15th, i'm alison kosik. >> i'm victor blackwell. thanks for starting your day with us. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. we begin with stunning information revealed overnight about the national security agency surveillance of american citizens. with the government's permission, facebook is coming forward to reveal its role in the national security requests. this is the first time we're learning about specific government divests for information in the wake of the nsa leaker. according to the site's lawyers in the last six months of 2012, facebook received between 9,000 and 12,000 requests for information that affected as many as 19,000 accounts. that breaks down to about 55 requests per day.
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cnn's money correspondent laurie siegel has been following this and joins us on the phone. good morning. >> hey there. >> what do you make of this latest revelation. >> you know, i look at this and this say huge deal. the idea that facebook is coming out as well as other companies and being very transparent about the data, it's a big deal. a huge resource for national security we're finally learning about it and also what exactly these requests are. if you look at some of these facebook requests, they kind of go into detail. you know, they're talking about a sheriff looking for a missing child. or a federal marshal trying to track a fugitive. the police department looking for this kind of information. and they say they've been able to use this to track down a national security threat. so, you know, i think we're just beginning to kind of grasp the idea that right now, our lives
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online, the idea that social media has become such a big part of the government, the investigation, and now we're really beginning to see that transparency which is very important. >> before all this news about the leaker, i would go on facebook and like and see what my friends are up to. wouldn't even think that, you know, i could be the person being watched. maybe you could be the person being watched. now, what does a revelation like this mean for everyday users who go on facebook like you and me? >> you know, look. i spoke to a major founder in silicon valley who didn't want to go and put his name out there because he's a little bit nervous about this. but he said, this is time to have a discussion, i think at the end of the day, now, we, normal users can wrap our head around the fact that our data and our information is out there. and law enforcement is using this kind of stuff to track down threats. so i think it's something that we need to be aware of. and just the whole nsa prism
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detail. what became clear that law enforcement is using social media that we use on a daily basis to track down the threats. we need to be aware of what we're putting out there and it's not going to be 100% private at the end of the day. >> all right, laurie segall, thank you. attorney general eric holder said the leaks about the u.s. surveillance program are extremely damaging to american safety. he vows that the person upon will be held account. >> and while edward snowden didn't name names, he revealed that the nsa was snooping on internet use. nows there news that it may have affected china. >> given the information he allegedly handed "the guardian" about nsa monitoring plus the other classified information he says he has access to and his exact whereabouts are a growing mystery, there's a growing
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concern that edward snowden may fall into a rival's hands. >> reporter: top officials are worried, will edward snowden defect? >> does he have a relationship with a foreign government and is there more to the story? >> clearly, we're going to make sure that there's a thorough scrub of what his china connections. >> reporter: a farmer nsa official and a forment cia officer told me it's likely the klein niece government has at least made contact with edward snowden. over the last few days it's looking more and more that someone is shaping snowden's behavior. maybe the chinese. what information does he have about it to hear him brag about it to "the guardian" besides the surveil lance and internet monitoring programs -- >> i had access to the full rosters of everyone working at the nsa, the entire intelligence community and undercover assets all around the world. the locations of every station. we have all their missions.
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>> reporter: cia officials say they doubt snowden had that information. former cia officer robert bair is saying there's no doubt he's being closely watched. >> you and i cannot hide in hong kong, it's impossible. chinese sources have that riddled with that. >> reporter: baer says it's impossible to. if snowden were to defect, what would the chinese want most from him? >> what the chinese don't have, they don't have a knowledge of where we've been successful. whose phone has been hacked. whose computer has been hacked. they don't know that, so if he can tell them places, specific places, that have been hacked, they can go and close off the source. >> reporter: we've tried several
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times to make contact with the declinese embassy in washington, asking if their government has made contact with snowden. and if he wanted asylum, would they grant it. they haven't responded. allison and victor. >> brian todd, thank you. as noted, snowden may still be in hong kong but none snows where he is. heavy rain pretty much washed out a demonstration in snowden's support. only a few hundred people turned out and half of them were reporters. several hong kong politicians have also sent a letter to president obama urging the u.s. government not to pursue charges against snowden. let's go colorado now where what's believed to be the worst wildfire in the state's history has destroyed 473 homes. hard rain on friday helped firefighters north of colorado springs get some control over the black forest fire. it's now 30% contained. and to the south, another fire in the royal gorge park is now
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65% contained. but there's now a new fire and lightning is blamed for starting that one in the western part of the state. across colorado, 800 firefighters and support workers are battling the flames. let's bring in paul in colorado springs. paul, when i was with you the other day, firefighters were optimistic, the first in days. are conditions helping them to build on their progress? >> absolutely, victor. what was the big change. mother nature. right now, it's 54 degrees. you'll probably recall at the same time, a couple days ago, it was 70. it was blast furnace meets wind tunnel. those winds have died down and the fires have come down. as you pointed out, we have the afterno thundershower, what a relief.
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let's listen to what he had to say last night. >> we're still sitting around 38,000 people impacted by this fire. we have affected about 93,000 acres. one of the good signs, i think, is the fact that we've been able to narrow down the impacted acreage, it's right around 1,300, to 1500 acres. >> let's talk about the property damage. they say 473 homes destroyed. that number rose dramatically. and why? they have not been able to get into every single neighborhood and carefully comb through it. and once the sun had come down and thing has calmed down on those brutal fire line, they went through those neighborhoods, and suddenly, they discovered many more homes had burned than initially first
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thought, allison and victor. >> paul, has the sheriff for the incident, has either of them said how long it will take to get the fires under control? >> they've alluded to several days. one thing about the incident commander, he said we still have problems in the middle. and what he means by that is, there is just so many hot spots. the big fear, the weather conditions change again. those heats come back, the wind comes back, and things get stirred up again and you have a whole other raging battle. he said the focus is on the middle and i'm sure they'll go after it today, with both ground crews and hit it hard with helicopters dropping water from the air. >> paul vercammen in colorado springs for us. thank you. they're making progress, but will the weather bring help? let's bring in meteorologist jennifer delgado in the cnn
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weather center. jennifer, the winds in the early part of the week is what were causing the biggest problems found that they just need humidity? >> yeah, that's right. the rain that they got yesterday that helped them out has come to an end. and we are looking for a chance for showers and thunderstorms to pop up. in colorado springs, it's still dry out there. as we go through the afternoon, relative humidity values will be dropping so we are still looking at not favorable conditions but certainly they are improving. as we go for saturday and sunday, a 40% chance for showers and thunderstorms. yes, we want the rain, but the problem is if we get some lightning out there that should trigger more fires across the region. keep in mind, areas including colorado springs, they're not under warning but in the southwestern parts of utah, as well as into areas including colorado we do have a red flag warning in place.
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we are expecting winds to gust up to 45 miles per hour with a dry air in place. yes, we could see more of the fires erupting in utah. you could see more from the parts of the west, des moines, to areas down to denver, colorado, some of these storms with reducing damaging winds as well as hail. on a wider view, the northeast is looking nice and down to the south, we will see showers popping up in florida. but the good news, temperatures running 5 to 10 degrees cooler in areas in the southeast as well as colorado. sending it back to you, there's a bright side to some of the bad news. >> always great to end with good news, jennifer, thank you. a second blast in two days has left another person dead it at a chemical plant in louisiana. this latest incident happened at a plant 40 miles south of baton rouge in donaldsonville. the plant manager said dynamite was being unloaded from a tanker
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truck. two people died and more than 100 were jurisdiction on thursday on a nearby plant. now to california where police say the suspect in the santa monica shootings left a farewell note, apologizing for killing his brother and father. policy the letter was conversational with not overall hatred of anything. he did not explain why he went on that rampage five days ago. five people were killed. police say he tried to buy a gun but was denied because of a justice department notice about it. they say he received gun part, to build a gun. coming up, things politicians said what jeb bush said about immigrants that put twitter afire. plus 82-year-old rupert murdock is divorcing his 44-year-old wife. and people are wondering what will happen to his $11 billion
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the answers they want. holder will send a house judiciary committee more information about reporters and weak investigations. a committee aide told cnn that holder will submit his answers in writing by wednesday. holder's also expected to meet with committee leaders at some point. >> democrats are rallying to keep john kerry's old senate seat. they are making the trek to massachusetts to campaign for ed markey. next week, vice president joe biden will be become the fourth democrat to stump for the congressman. former president bill clinton will appear with him at a rally today. president and mrs. obama have already attended campaign events. republicans say democrats are nerve. but the demes disagree, they say they're just playing it safe. 17 minutes after the hour now. and from time to time, we like to take a closer look at our politicians. >> why not. >> yes. and some of the things they say and maybe they should not have
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said. yesterday, it was jeb bush with his comment on immigration. watch. >> immigrants create far more businesses than native-born americans over the last 20 years. immigrants are more fertile and they love families and they more intact families. and they bring a younger population. >> yeah, he said immigrants are more fertile. >> okay. if you think that's bad. how about arizona republican congressman trent frank. this is his response to democrats who wanted a raise in insect exception to his 20-week abortion ban. >> before, when my friends on the left side of the aisle here tried to make rape and incest the subject, you know, the incidents of rape resulting in pregnancy are very low. >> no surprise there, that comment drew immediate outrage. franks tried to explain what he meant, basically saying what is rare are pregnancies for rape
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that are carried past the 20th week. >> let's talk about texas congressman rob paul. he's 90 years old. republican, outspoken supporter of the defense of marriage act. so it came as a huge surprise when he showed up at a lbgt reception on capitol hill. had he changed the stand on doma? was he opening ready to support gay rights? no, seems he walked into the wrong reception in the wrong room. but it took a considerable amount of time and probably a few crab puffs before he realized he made a mistake. >> all right. well, let me put a bow on the whole thing i'm talking about with the words of a japanese official speaking at a united nations conference on human rights and torture. >> we are one of the most advanced country in this sphere. why you are laughing? shut up. shut up.
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>> seems he's not too happy with critics who think japan doesn't have a spotless human rights record. i hear it all the time in new york, shut up. >> yeah. the idea that there is someone in the audience just laughing at the idea that he would make that statement. >> yeah. >> says a lot. >> all right. we are just two days away from the premiere of our all new morning show here on cnn. "new day." it begins monday morning 6:00 a.m. eastern. be there. >> you all know the music ♪ it's a new day . chris cuomo, kate bolduan, michaela pereira will begin with everything you want to know. you won't want to miss this. "new day" starts monday. she once fought off a pie-wielding attacker for him. wendi deng and rupert murdoch are calling it quits. we'll take a look at what could be a billion-dollar divorce.
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well, from tabloid boss to tabloid star. that's what some people on twitter are saying after media mogul rupp pert murdock declared he's divorcing his wife. >> he's 82 years old, she's 44 which caused some people to call her a gold digger even though she was successful before marrying him. now people are wondering what's going to happen to murdock's $11 billion fortune. cnn's elaine that cho with more on the headlines. >> reporter: the marriage of rupp pert murdock and wendi deng was a partnership in every sense of the word. he the 82-year-old chairman and ceo of the news corp. withholds that include fox news and "the wall street journal." one of the richest men in the world. she, age 44, nearly avenue his
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age, a glamorous wife. this is what made wendi murdock internationally famous. 2011 smack a protester who tried to throw a shaving pie at her husband as the media tycoon testified in front of britian's parliament. earning her the tiger wife. now they're divorced first to be reported by this is wendi in happier dimes talking to piers morgan at this year's academy awards. >> how do you feel about cnn doing so well against fox at the moment. >> i think okay. >> reporter: the murdocks met in 1997 at a news corp. party in hong kong where the yale-educated wendi worked at star tv. two years later, the couple married on his yacht at new york
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harbor. they have two young daughters and all the benefits of being superrich. murdoch $11.2 billion paid his last wife $11.7 billion which was billed the most expensive divorce in history. rupp pert murdoch's spokesman said it actually was in excess of that. for what caused the split, of course, there are all kinds of rumors flying, so far, nothing at all, nothing has been confirmed. rupert murdoch's spokesman said this is pretty standard, quote, the relationship between the husband and wife has broken down irretrievably. victor and alison. >> i have one question, is he going to marry again? >> maybe. >> he's 82 years young? >> he is. he's still got a lot of gas in the tank. >> really? you sure about that? >> i don't know about his tank. but i will say after watching
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thank you for starting your day with us. here are five stories we're following this morning. number one, 473 homes in colorado have now gone up in flames in what's believed to be the worst wildfire in that state's history. but hard rain on friday helped firefighters north of colorado springs get some control over the black forest fire, now 30% contained. another fire in the south is 65% contained. but in western colorado lightning is blamed for a new fire. across the state, 800 people are battling those flame zbloops a blast at a chemical plant in louisiana killed a 55-year-old man and left eight others injured. the plant manager said there was no explosion and no fire, but said that a nitrogen fire ruptured like a balloon popping. this comes after another plant exploded miles away. 2 people were killed more than 100 injured there. number three, investigators are investigating what's left of
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an outdoor deck at a popular sports bar in miami. listen to this. they're trying to figure out how it collapsed into the water thursday night. sending patrons into biscayne bay. we're hearing some of the 911 calls made the night of that accident. >> miami-dade county police and fire. where's the emergency? >> i'm at the bar and grill, the deck just totally completely collapsed. there's at least 100, at least, people in the water right now. other people are going in to save them, but it's horrible. >> about 100 people were on the deck when it collapsed. at number four, iranians are waiting to see who the next president will be. vote counting is under way. there was about a 60% turnout in yesterday's election. it gives to lead to hasan
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errani. with if no one wins the majority of the vote there will be a runoff next friday. and supporters of bashar al assad are brushing on the concern about small arms and ammunition. now, president obama will meet with russian president vladimir putin on monday. and a lot of people in this administration think moscow could help broker a deal. a deal, though, could be hard to come by. especially now that syria's regime things it has the upper hand. loyalists don't appear to be worried about the decision. in fact, they're accusing the obama administration about lying. >> reporter: with the u.s. saying they're sure they used chemical weapons, the possible shift this may cause in the conflict is a big topic in the streets of damascus.
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government supporters remain defiant. america is inventing stories about chemical weapons, this man says. the syrian government never used chemical weapons. the rebels have used them. not the government. so they are inventing stories because our army is winning. the regime around embattled president bashar al asued reveals the momentum on the battle is shifting its way. with fighters taking back territory from rebels in central and northern syria, causing the u.s. to contemplate anything from light weapons deliveries to a know fly zone to help the opposition support its ground. they don't believe the u.s. aid will make much of a difference. we've had this war for 2 1/2 years now and have managed well, this man says. what are they going to do air strikes on special areas? they can do that, but we syrians have proved we can manage, we're patient and we will win. the syrian government has
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denounced the assessment of chemical weapons used by the al sa saad regime calling the evidence, quote, full of lies. >> cnn's frederik pleitgen joins me now. fredrik, do you see any part of a deal or do they want the u.s. to crush these rebels? >> that's what they're trying to do right now, the syrian government, if this peace deal is going to happen, they want to own as much territory in this country as possible. have a strong position. that's why they've launched this defensive. that's why there is the hezbollah fighters on their fight, fighting side by side for them. that's why they're trying very hard to take back as much territory as possible before a peace conference will start. if the peace evaporates if both sides decide they actually want to do this, they'll try their
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best to crush this rebellion. i can tell you in the past couple of days, victor, i've been going around damascus where some districts are actually in the hands of opposition. but the syrian fighters, the pro-government fighters, they have never is seen them more confident than they are right now. of course, that has to do with the fact that the syrian military is making a push right now. they've never talked to me openly or seemed more confident now than they are. but of course, they all know that all of that could change very quickly if the u.s. getting heavily involved in this conflict. small arms like rifles aren't going to make a difference but certainly anti-attack air weapons could make a difference if the u.s. decides to do that down the line, victor. >> cnn's frederik pleitgen in damascus. thank you. a family out for justice. police say the 17-year-old's death was an accident. but the family argues the bizarre circumstances just don't
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♪ coming up on 20 minutes before the top of the hour, and we're starting today's "crime block" with remarkable new video cnn obtained of the castro brothers in ohio. these are the first moments the brothers were in police custody. about six hours after three missing women escaped from ariel
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castro's home last month. this is in cleveland. now, the current suspect, ariel castro in the center appears impassive throughout the tape. now, his brothers, emile and pedro seem visibly upset with their brother. there's no audio, but at one point, amill has physical outburst not once but twice. earlier this week, ariel castro pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and rape. he's expected back in court wednesday the 19th. he's one of the most famous mob bosses in history, james "whitey" bulger. after a 16-year manhunt, the reputed kingpin sits in a courtroom facing 19 counts of murder, as well as accusations of racketeering, moaned
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laundering. deborah feyerick is in boston covering the trial for us. >> reporter: now james "whitey" bulger who spent most of his life trying to avoid attention is front and center for everyone to see. these are some of the images seen by the jury. whitey bulger, 30 years ago, at the height of his power. a crime boss feared throughout boston. clip after clip of meetings of both the irish and italian mafia where bulger ran his criminal enterprise. that enterprise said his own lawyer was made up of drug trafficking, extortion, and loan sharking, worth millions upon millions of dollars. bulger has pleaded not guilty to charges he killed 19 people. prosecutors emphasized those murders in opening statements saying, this, ladies and gentlemen, is what this case is about. underscoring the violence that charactered bulger's so-called
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reign of terror from the '70s to the mid-'90s. prosecutors found an arsenal of weapons found at his house. sawed-off shotguns, semi automatic pistols and double-edged knives, enough to go to war. bulger's role is central this. the most colorful testimony came from a former bookmaker who said he paid bulger thousands of dollars every year or nearly 14 years. richard o'brien seen on the right described a meeting between bulger and a man who owed him money. o'brien testified that when the man balked at paying, bulger apparently replied, we have a
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business besides bookmaking, killing people like you. whitey bulger who showed little emotion in the first days of trial threw his head back and laughed. seeming to enjoy a story by an old friend, not afraid to look him in the eye. there's a major development in the case of kendrick johnson he's a 17-year-old high school sports star in valdosta, georgia, who was found dead in a rolled gym mat. >> authorities say kendrick was standing on the bleachers reaching into the center of the mat for a shoe, but slipped into the mat got stuck while no one was around. it was atragic accident. this is a photo of kendrick in that mat. his family says he was murdered. >> we examined all the alternatives that were presented to us and the only one that fit and the forensic evidence and the testimony of evidence that we received, was this was an accident. >> there was no foul play. he had no bruises.
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no nothing. >> did you believe that? >> no. >> and you still don't believe it? >> no, i don't. >> as handsome as my son was, you see him like that. it's crazy. >> there's a graphic photo of kendrick's face after he was pulled from that mat. thanks to a new court ruling, the family has been allowed to exhume their son's body. it happened on friday morning at 6:00 a.m. in valdosta. ey're hoping to get the closure they need through an independent almost. now, up to this point, there has been, alison, a theory from the family. a theory from their supporters that this was more than an accident. but now there is an official document that contradicts the story from the sheriff's office from the state autopsy. the paramedics report, the first on the scene, they note that there was bruising in his right jaw. that's written in the report.
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there's no word of bruising from the state, but they're looking into this is more as an accident. >> how difficult was this for the family to exhume their son? >> well, this is something they wanted to do for some time. now now have an attorney, from the dates to get an exhumation, from the court, very long. but it doesn't happen often because, of course, there are laws against disturbing the dead. >> very interesting. thanks for staying on it. you know, the person that comes to mind is how he was found, how can that not be foul play. >> and that's what the family has asked. how can this be an accident. lots of questions. we'll continue to get answers. the nfl, changing gears, they're angering fans, male and female alike. >> banning most bags and purses in the stadiums in the coming season. the details are coming up next. the power of conversation! you know, i like you!
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if you want to check out a pro football game this year, make sure to leave your big bag or your big purse at home. seriously. citing safety measures, the nfl is citing things like purses larger than a clutch. coolers, fanny packs, seat cushions. okay. you shouldn't have a fanny pack anyway, i just want to put that on the table. what can you take? not much. a small clear, plastic vinyl or pvc bag. >> what's wrong with fanny packs? >> fanny packs went out in like '87. i'm just saying. a pvc bags that does not exceed 12 by 6 by 12.
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and the major league baseball has handed down 12 suspensions due to the brawl last week. >> guys i'm wearing a fanny pack right now, you can't see it. all right. guys big time punishments handed down after tuesday night's brawl. looksed like the diamondbacks are hit the hardest. and the guy who hit yasiel puig in the face. eric henke received a five-game suspension. the dodgers rookie yasiel puig received a fine. in yesterday's second round of the u.s. open, one of them
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phil mickelson, a lefty aplaced second a record five times at the u.s. open is looking for his first ever win at the majors. he had an up and down day on round two. but he finished strong right here. knocking down a 20-foot birdie putt. mickelson tied with billy horscel for the lead. round two was suspended due to darkness last night. chris bosh's wallet is you $5,000 lighter after being fined by the nba for one of the worst in history. bosh and duncan collide. but look at this, bosh takes a full step before he decides to go flying in the air. the fine was only $5,000, guys, because this was bosh's first flopping. game five of the nba finals is tomorrow night in san antonio.
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...and we inspected his brakes for free. -free is good. -free is very good. [ male announcer ] now get 50% off brake pads and shoes at meineke. i don't know if you've heard, but there's a new morning show coming to cnn. "new day." >> yes. it's called "new day." >> yes. there's actually a song. alicia keys sings it >> do you want to give us a little -- >> no, you were going to do that. >> not going to do that. >> "new day" begins monday at 6:00. 6:00 a.m. i actually got a chance to chat with anchors chris cuomo and kate bolduan who gave me a preview what we can expect. >> we know this, here's the headlines, news is back in morning news when "new day"
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starts. we're really going to emphasize story count. having the broadest palate, letting people know what's going on here, not just here but around the world. it's going to be an obvious emphasis right from jump. >> and broader headline of the news. those drives will drive the show as it drives any show. but there's also a variety of stories that maybe viewers haven't seen in the past. there's going to be a little bit for everybody. i would argue a lot for everybody. everybody has a varieties of interests. we're going to pack it all in. we have three hours, as you well know, alison, so there's a lot of time to pack it all in. >> is this show going to redefine tv from what we know now? >> i think that's setting a hard bar for us. morning news is morning news. we're not reinventing the morning news wheel. it is what it is. but we're going to be doing it our own way. it's going to have a very different feel from other morning shows.
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i think there's space in morning tv for that. agreed? show's got its niche and every show's got its own angle. and we've got a big team of team playing off of it. it's not just chris and i. it's also michaela pereira as well. bringing our own backgrounds and stories. and we're going to be playing off of that a lot during the show. >> every show, alison, distinguishes itself from the people who are doing it and the choices it makes. so over time, they start to distinguish themselves. but at the bottom of the analysis, we're all trying to do the same thing. we're all trying to get information out to as many people as possible and take up their cause. how you do it, how often you do it, how well you do it, that's how you define "new day." >> i'm excited to watch on monday. chris and kate, very excited for the show. once again, i will be watching. thank you. >> thanks, alison. >> "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira debuts monday morning at
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6:00 a.m. thanks for starting your morning with us. >> i've got a lot more to come on "cnn saturday morning" starts right now. good morning, everyone. i'm alison kosik. >> i'm victor blackwell. 7:00 a.m. on the east coast. we are glad you're with us. >> we begin with a new and stunning development in the national security agency surveillance of american citizens. facebook is coming forward with their roles in the national security agency requests. this is the first time we're learning about specific requests in the wake of the nsa leaker. according to lawyers for both companies in the last six months of 2012, facebook, listen to this, facebook received between 9,000 and 12,000 requests for information. and microsoft said it received 6,000 and 7,000 during


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