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♪ verdict outrage continues. protesters again taking to the streets overnight by the thousands across the country demanding justice in trayvon martin's death. partners in crime. new information about hidden weapons discovered on board a north korean ship. is the communist country secretly arming cuba? and if you think it is hot now, you just wait. the summer's first major heat wave intensifies. how high will the mercury rise? >> i don't know if i want to know. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> you're certainly going to find out.
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i'm don lemon. it's wednesday, july 17th, 5:00 a.m. the neighborhood watch volunteer was found not guilty saturday, as miguel marquez tells us, anger remains high. >> reporter: the call for justice now in the florida governor's office, a sit-in demanding the reversal of the state's stand your ground laws. protesters vowing to stay until they speak directly to governor rick scott. this, as we are hearing more from the only juror speaking out. juror b-37 saying they wanted to find george zimmerman guilty of something, but the evidence in law just didn't add up. >> i feel bad that we can't give them the verdict that they wanted. but legally, we could not do that. >> do you think trayvon martin played a role in his own death? >> oh, i believe he played a huge role in his death. he could have -- when george
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confronted him and he could have walked away and gone home. he didn't have to do whatever he did and come back and be in a fight. >> reporter: and for other jurors now speaking out, saying b-37 doesn't speak for them. in a statement saying, serving on this jury has been highly emotional and physically training experience for each of us. the death of a teenager weighed heavily on our hearts, but in the end, we did what the law required us to do. frustration at that decision turning to protest and calls for action. >> these protesters here in los angeles have come to police headquarters to make the point that the death of travyvon martn has prompted what they hope say national movement. why are you marching? what do you hope to achieve? >> i'm hoping that at least the doj will look at this case and see that his civil rights were -- i think the civil rights were violated.
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>> reporter: frustration over the verdict in a few places has turned violent. a photographer and reporter assaulted in allegation. >> those men just got here. you all right, man? >> reporter: juror b-37 saying the trial weighed heavily on all of them. even bringing them to tears, despite all, she still believes their judgment was the right call. >> in your head, you were 100% convinced that george zimmerman in taking out his gun and pulling the trigger did nothing wrong? >> i'm 101% that he was -- that he should have done what he did, except for the things that he did before. >> you mean, he shouldn't have gotten out of the car? he shouldn't have pursued trayvon martin? but in the final analysis, in the final struggle -- >> when the end came to the end -- >> -- he was justified? >> -- he was justified in shooting trayvon martin. >> reporter: miguel marquez, cnn, los angeles.
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>> in the meantime, as the justice department investigation continues into whether george zimmerman should face civil rights charges in trayvon martin's death, attorney general eric holder is slamming laws like the one in florida. >> it's time to question laws that sensesly expand the concept of self-defense and so dangerous conduct in our neighborhoods. these laws try to fix something that was never broken. there has always been a legal defense for using deadly force if, and the "if" is important, if no safe retreat is important. >> the attorney general said at the naacp convention that these laws encourage violent situations to escalate, and that undermines public safety. >> former secretary of state hillary clinton also commenting on this verdict. telling a meeting of the african sorority delta sigma in washington, no mother or father
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should fear for their child walking down the street in america. coming up in the next half hour, more of anderson cooper's exclusive interview with juror b-37. you'll hear about the emotions in the jury room. >> and interesting, quickly issued a statement through the court that juror speaking to anderson cooper did not speak for the rest of the jury. i thought that was interesting. >> i think they would want to separate themselves, saying what i thought was what i thought, not necessarily what this juror thought. you were itting now to another big story this morning. it's something we've been dealing with all week. this heat. it's hot. >> yesterday was crazy. i told indira petersons yesterday, it should not be hot and she should not be outside. >> here's the problem, though, this is where we're getting the
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relief from the heat. it's only getting warmer from her here. we know what it felt like the last couple of days we're getting that intensity. 7980 here in new york city. 70% humidity. you can feel the stickiness in the air. temperatures are normally hot in july, but we're talking about temperatures 10 degrees above normal today. we're talking about temperatures in the mid-90s. we're adding in the humanity. you combine the two factors, we're talking about feeling like 100 degrees out here. it's not just new york, southern new england. boston throughout. d.c. does not have advisories, but still, you're dealing with that sticky weather. the difference between today and yesterday was that big dip of high pressure that was focused on the east coast. that's going to be pushing farther west today. so now, we're talking about all the way from minneapolis, feeling that hot, sticky air. highs from minneapolis from ohio to the ohio valley, all the way
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across the eastern seaboard. that's what is we're continuing to see through the weekend. we're actually seeing thunderstorms that will bringing us relief. we're going to hang in there. >> i think sometimes you get the blame for the weather but i get the blame for the stock market. the stock market is doing great. i'll take that. >> the weather story, too, just like the stock market. >> you're right. well, the feeling is different. other news now, senate democrats won't have to deploy the nuclear option after all they've reached a deal with republicans that ends the fight over a handful number of nominees. it was approved by the consumer financial protection board and the president has agreed to replace two of his appointees. the democrats had threatened to use a nuclear option to rewrite the rules making it easier to a prove the executive branch of legislation. and the white house has delayed the employer mandate which would have required small
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businesses to buy health insurance next year, or face penalties. today, the house votes on a measure that would delay the individual mandates. well, after days of speculation, a political daughter is now in the running for the u.s. senate. liz cheney is challenging wyoming three-term incumbent michael enzi. he made the announcement in a six-minute piece. >> president obama has launched a war on our rights, on our religious freedom. he's used the irs to launch a war on our freedom of speech and he's used the epa to launch a war on our farmers, our industries. >> cheney faces a tough battle because the national gop is supporting the incumbent. the more than 80 passengers to survive the asiana airlines crash in san francisco are filing a lawsuit.
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going after boeing, the company, and companies that made parts for the 787. they say the inflatable seats trapped people in the wreckage. three people died. continuing saga of the leaker. nsa leaker edward snowden has made a request officially for asylum in russia. he's been stuck in an airport for weeks now. he's expected to take up to three months before the government responds. microsoft is appealing to eric holder to allow the tech giants to share more information with the public about how it handles nsa requests for customer information. in a blog, it said microsoft tried to open up a request for information sharing only to be denied. there were quote significant inaccuracies about leeblged documents.
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it denies giving the government direct access to any of its products. this is in one of those "you've got to see this" category. are you paying -- >> sorry! >> stole my thunder. what is it -- >> i'm sorry. >> everybody at home watching, sometimes, the rod and reel just aren't enough. a fisherman in nantucket hooked a seven-foot, 200-pound shark and spent about 45 minutes trying to reel it in. he had no success. finally, he handed the pole to his cousin, ran into the water and wrestled shark to shore. he took some pictures and then let it go. the shark wasn't hurt, though. >> how cool is that? >> there are a lot of sharp teeth. rows of rows of sharp teeth. >> now, that's a real man. arr! coming up, international concern. weapons hidden on board a north korean ship, why cuba is claiming responsibility. and cover controversy.
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new purina dog chow light & healthy. a major international terrorist is now apparently dead an internet posting reportedly by al qaeda in the arabian peninsula said al shahiri killed in a crohn strike. this is the first confirmation that he had been killed. in egypt, a new government is in place minus the members of the brotherhood. interim president sworn in his cabinet tuesday. insisting that deposed president mohamed morsi be returned to hour. meantime, clashes continue. egyptian state media reports at least seven were killed. and more than 260 injured in
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fighting late monday. police used what appeared to be tear gas on the crowd. and the muslim brotherhood says they fired live ammo at the protesters. we're finding out more this morning about the violent seizure of a north korean ship in panama and what was on boards that ship may have international implications our barbara starr has the latest. >> reporter: u.s. intelligence had been tracking the ship for days and knew that the panamanians would stop it a senior u.s. official tells cnn. officials believe it was a radar used to help cuba sa-2 surface to air missiles hit the targets and that cuba was possibly sending it back to north korea for an upgrade. >> it's going to take some time to confirm the details of this case but that kind of expert will be on the u.s. security council. >> reporter: according to a james on may 31st, the north korean ship first entered the
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panama from cuba at its stated destination. and next reappeared on the northern end of the candle on july 11th. the ship was riding differently in the water, a strong suggestion of a new cargo load. bags of sugar marked "cuba" now visible in the cargo, laid on top of the weapons material. >> what's provocative is it wasn't declared. it had to be discovered. it had to be uncovered. so the north koreans clearly were trying to get away with something. >> reporter: but the discovery of the cargo wasn't the only drama. panama's president ricardo martinelli said the crew members resisted arrest and the captain initially suffered what seemed to be a heart attack and then he even tried to commit suicide. panama is now asking for a team of inspectors to board the ship and find out what was exactly hidden under those bags of suga,
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barbara starr. some say the magazine cover paints the boston marathon suspect as a rock star. it's on "rolling stone" it's a self-portrait of dzhokhar tsarnaev and has been published elsewhere. and inside the magazine is an in-depth article on the accused marathon bomber with revelations about how he may have been radicali radicalized. but some are asking why put tsarnaev on the cover instead of a bombing victim. and they're calling for a boycott of the magazine. "rolling stone" has not responded to a cnn request for comment. >> and the days after the bombing, the groupies, young men and women, not even that many, but women in particular, enamored with the story. >> right. nearly four years after the shooting rampage atford hood, texas, trial is about to happen.
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a military trial. 13 senior officers make up the panel. the former army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 peopling wounding dozens more. hasan will represent himself and could get the death penalty. opening statements set to begin august 6th. >> the cleveland man accused of keeping three women captive in his house is back in court today, ariel castro faces over 100 champs of rape and murder. we now know what killed gll store cory monteith. the coroner in vancouver says it was a lethal combination of heroin and alcohol. the 31-year-old's body was found saturday in his hotel room. and authorities say it appears to just be a tragic accident. monteith has a history of substance abuse. in april, he checked himself into rehab. >> really sad. >> really is. >> can't get a handle on the stigma that comes with addict n
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addiction. >> he had tried. he said he started trying drugs at 13. by 19, he knew he had a problem. his mother and family had pushed him into rehab at the young age of 19. he told "prairie" magazine in 2011, he felt lucky to be alive. that he dodged bullets. >> so young, so talented. good looking guy. sorry for the family. convicted killer jodi arias is back in a phoenix courtroom. arias was found guilty of murdering her ex-boyfriend travis alexander. the jury was not in agreement in whether to convict arias. some advice for dealing with unwelcome guests. bed bugs. how do you prevent them from coming home with you on your next trip? and where should you be most careful.
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termenix leased a list. cincinnati on top the list, philadelphia, detroit, new york, columbus, los angeles, dallas, chicago, houston and baltimore. those are big cities where we travel frequently on airplanes. and terminix also, sack meant with a 54% increase. milwaukee with 53%, las vegas cashes in with 50% increase in activity. staying in a hotel, you can avoid taking the bugs home by keeping your bags on the desk. don't put anything on the floor. don't put your bags on the bed. pull back the bed, pull back the sheets, check the mattress and headboard. if you see anything, let the hotel know. one thing about bed bugs, stiles, you'll never see them. but you can look for little pricks around the seams of the mattresses. good morning, everyone.
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good morning, welcome back to "early start." it is money time. today it's all about ben bernanke, what he says or doesn't say in testimony before the house financial services committee. federal reserve chairman will begin speaking at 10:00 a.m. his comments are going to be leased at 8:30. these will be closely watched by wall street. how can a speech, six pages of
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printed words be so important? because it's ben bernanke. everyone wants to know when the fed will begin cutting back its bond-buying program. jitters helped break the rally for the dow on wall street in percentage climb since july 2nd. earnings will be another one watched. we'll hear from bank of america, ibm, intel, ebay and american express. they all report their quarterly report cards. besides worries about rates, consumers are seeing sticker shock at the pump. gasoline prices up 16 cents from a week ago. experts say the surge is going to continue as we continue into the heart of the summer driving season. >> that's not that high. >> you don't think that's high? >> no. >> the guy riding the subway now. >> i've been in new york for almost two months, i haven't driven -- i've driven one time. comparatively, when you look at indiana flation, these are not
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high gas prices. >> most people in this country live pay check to paycheck, for them, an extra $4.50 comes from some place else. >> i get that. relatively speaking that's not that high. you had-v to put everything in perspective. >> so you don't think it should be -- >> i don't think it should be higher. in the meantime, irs employees will be paid next monday after all. the irs is cutting costs elsewhere. and canceled the scheduled furlough day, remember? this was all part of the sequester, there were five days that the irs employees weren't going to work. well now the chief danny werfel says because of work across the irs to cut costs, they're able to pay people. he can't make a decision about another furlough day scheduled at the end of august. there you go. you'll get paid, irs workers, on monday. >> and we'll be right back. [ dog barks ] i want to treat more dogs. ♪ our business needs more cases.
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i don't want people to think that we didn't think about it. and we didn't care about trayvon martin. because we did. inside the verdict, exclusively on cnn, a juror in the george zimmerman murder trial opens up about who she thinks is responsible for trayvon martin's death. cross country heat wave, it is hot and getting hotter. now, wonder how high it will get, and you're going to need to turn that ac up today. and struck by lightning at a grocery store, one woman's
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miraculous survival. >> welcome back to "early start," everyone i'm don lemon. >> i'm christine romans. john berman has the week off for vacation. people keep, what did you do with john berman? >> john berman got a really good tan. he's probably drinking beer by the pool. >> it's 5:30 in the east. on the latest on the public reaction on the verdict of the george zimmerman trial. it's been more than three days since acquitted of murder and manslaughter in the killing of unarmed trayvon martin. protests continue. dozens still at the state capital staging a sit-in with governor rick scott, they want a meeting but the governor is out of state. and more overnight in oakland, eric holder is blasting the stand your ground law that helped set zimmerman free. telling the naacp laws like that actually cause more violence than they prevent. and we're hearing more about anderson cooper's exclusive
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interview with juror b-37. four other jurors have issued statements saying the opinions of juror b-37 on the anderson cooper show were her own and not in any way representative of her views and they say serving on the jury was a draining experience. the death of a teenager weighed heavily on our hearts. and juror b-37 tells anderson, emotions were high. >> did you cry in the jury room? >> i cried after the verdict. i didn't cry when they were reading the verdict out in the jury room. because we were all crying before we went in. >> what do you mean you were crying before you went in? >> well, we were in a separate room, when the foreman handed the bailiff our verdict. and we were crying back there before we went into the jury
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room. so they gave us about 20 minutes to try and get everything together. >> what do you think you were crying about? >> pressure. the pressure of all of it. and everything just just came to a head. because i kind of tried to keep everything out, emotionally out, during the whole process. and then it just flooded in after it was done. >> well, you want people -- the reason you're speaking, you want people to know how seriously you took this? >> i do. i don't want people to think that we didn't think about it and we didn't care about trayvon martin. because we did. we're very sad that it happened to him. >> and you want his family to know that as well? >> i do. and i feel bad that we can't give them the verdict that they wanted. but legally, we could not do that. >> do you think trayvon martin played a role in his own death? and this wasn't just something
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that happened to him, this is something that he -- >> oh, i believe he played a huge role in his death. he could have -- when george confronted him and he could have walked away and gone home. he didn't have to do whatever he did and come back and be in a fight. >> and the other jurors felt that as well? >> they did. i mean, as far as -- my perspective of it, they did. >> so, you think, based on the testimony you heard, you believe that trayvon martin was the aggressor? >> i think the roles changed. i think -- i think george got in a little bit too deep. which he shouldn't have been there. but travon decided that he wasn't going to let him scare him. and get the one over, up on him or something. and i think trayvon got mad and attacked him. >> you called george zimmerman george.
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do you feel like you know him? >> i do. i feel like i know everybody. >> you called trayvon trayvon as well? >> i did. trayvon wasn't as well-known by us because there wasn't as much said about him. all we really heard about trayvon was the phone call that he had and the evidence they had found on him. we basically had no information what kind of a boy trayvon was, what he did, we knew where he went to school. and that was pretty much about it. and he lived in miami. >> what would you say to trayvon martin's parents to tracy and sybrina? >> i'd say i'm terribly sorry for your loss. it's a tragedy. that's pretty much all i can say because i don't -- i didn't know him but i felt their pain because of his death. >> ma do you hope for george zimmerman now?
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>> i hope he gets some peace. because i'm sure he's going to be onslaught by media for months at a time. i hope his family can live a normal life after a while. i don't know how he's ever going to do that. but i hope he can. he'll never forget, but i hope he can. >> also speaking out, former president jimmy carter, and he's agreeing with the jury's verdict. >> i think the jury made the right decision based on the evidence presented because the prosecution inadvertently set the standard so high, that the jury had to be convinced that it was a deliberate act by zimmerman that he was not at all defending himself. and so, if it's not a moral question it was a legal question. >> coming up on "new day," much more on the aftermath of the
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zimmerman verdict, including an interview with the naacp president benjamin jealous >> it will be interesting to talk about other things and lighten it up and talk about the weather. >> that lightens it up? it's hot. >> indra is in times square. >> weather is never over. >> at least we hope, a couple days, a week or so, we'll be back to normal. >> good morning, indra. >> good morning. it's never ending bad news, bad news. june was so rainy, now we're in july, we're talking about this unbelievable heat wave. i stress this all the time, people underestimate the power of heat, the number one killer of all events. current temperatures, this is where we're supposed to see the relief the overnight hours. upper 70s and low 80s. we know the sun is going to come out and we're going to feel it
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today. the temperatures beating down 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. this big dome of high pressure that you actually see has actually moved farther to the west. it's not just the eastern seaboard. we're going to see the ohio valley and all the way to minneapolis. we're talking about southern new england. philadelphia, new york, all of us dealing with heat indices, feeling like 100 degrees. stretching all the way from the ohio valley and out to minnesota. dangerous conditions. temperatures 10 degrees above normal. you're talking about humidity in the morning. 70% in the afternoon. still 30% to 50%. you guys want to know, how long is it going to last? that's when the bad news is all the way through the end of the week. keep saying it, drink the fluids, stay safe out there. >> stay safe out there. air conditioning. >> thanks very much. a professor at the university of connecticut now under investigation for alleged child sex abuse going back decades. authorities say five men have
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come forward to accuse robert miller, a music professor of sexually abusing them when they were between 10 and 13 years old, including at a camp for children with serious illnesses. miller is now on administrative leave from the university as the investigation continues. was this doctor also a serial killer? dr. anthony garcia now facing charges he was involved in four murders in nebraska between 2008 and this past may. authorities believe he killed a former medical school professor and his wife. and the son and housekeeper of another professor. the two professors had fired him for omaha's creighton university back in 2001. garcia was picked up in illinois on monday and faces another court hearing today. police in new orleans have made an arrest in the murder of a 6-year-old girl, 20-year-old suspect matthew flugence was taken into custody tuesday night just hours after investigators found the body of a 6-year-old
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stuffed inside a trash can. she had been beaten and stabbed in the next and abdomen. a wildfire in southern california on the move. it doubled in size. just today, it's destroyed half a dozen hoes and it also closed down a camp for kids with cancer. parents had to pick them up at an evacuation center. last night it was only 10% contained. do you think getting inside might protect you from lightning? we have a woman, she might dispute that. she's in a grocery store not far from new orleans, in houma, la la, when a storm got her. >> it went down from high head to my left thigh to my foot. >> goodness. she's okay. but still experiencing some nerve pain. and local police said they have never heard of anyone struck by
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lightning while grocery shopping. remarkable stories and a man brought back to life and it was all caught on camera. that's tony gilyard playing a pickup basketball game at a baptist church in greer, south carolina, he grabbed a rebound and then went jogging down the court when, boom, hits the ground. he was having a heart attack, luckily, the church had a defibrillator, and it brought him back to life. >> i do remember seeing the lights, laying on my back and coming to. >> the video is just a thing that we just happen to have those devices at this time. >> very luckily, they used that defibrillator so quickly. it saved him and he seems to be all right, boy, that was quite a rebound, huh? ba-da-bump. everything turned out so i can joke about it right?
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♪ some britain, a question remains this morning, when will the newest royal enter the world? will and kate's baby due any day now. fans are passing by the hospital with their own kids in hand. >> it's a sense of excitement in general, the children wanted to participate. hopefully have a chance, who knows, to see the princess and the prince on their way here to have that much anticipated baby. >> that hospital, of course, is where the duchess of cambridge is set to their her first child and any other baby born that day. will get a special penny from the royal mint.
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do you get that from the baby being born? >> no, not really. i know another kate bolduan on baby watch. >> not that kate, the other kate. >> i think i'm considered the other kate. >> on baby watch, i saw a promo. you spent some time there. you're doing a blowout on the baby? >> exactly, we are on baby watch. everyone is fascinated on this. >> i love it. i love baby watch. i'm not like don lemon. i love baby watch. >> have some fun. we're talking enough about the sad stuff in the world, what is better and happier than a baby coming into the world that will take the british monarchy into the next century? that is exciting. >> cool. if you say so, yes. >> say yes, i agree. >> yes, dear. we do have a lot more coming up on the show. >> yes. obviously, we're still looking at anderson cooper's interview with juror b-37. there are things there we haven't heard yet about what was
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going on in the room. just how divided they were. what the urgency was to convict and why they found they could not. it's very important as the country struggles to understand this situation legally and socially. we're as going to take on just the issue that's most obvious, a big reason for outrage is that this trial wound up representing themes that had maybe something to do, maybe something not to do with the case, race, profiling. justice or injustices vis-a-vis used in the country. we're going to talk about ceo ben jealous. about the conversation in general, if it needs to be had, we'll have it it. >> the conversation starts, just don't end the conversation, do something is what a lot of people are saying. chris will talk to ben about that. we're also learning more about what killed "glee" actor cory monteith, we're learning that it was clearly a fatal mixture of alcohol and heroin. he was so young.
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and he just left rehab. how does someone relapse so quickly? or did he leave rehab too early, we're going to talk to dr. sanjay gupta about that difficult process. >> and to just help to feed the paranoia about the man, we're going to talk about the nsa, oh, this is terrible, they're spying on us. what about stories like in order tr nordstrom and benetton tracking you, yes. >> i always assume there's a camera somewhere these days. >> the cameras, when you walk in the store, it's amazing how the retail move knows every one of your moves and what makes you pull the trigger on a purchase. >> don lemon, is it true that you're not impressed with these things because you're emotionally exhausted at being a new daddy because you have a new
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puppy? is that true? >> yes. >> cuomo knows all things. >> wrap it up, guys. >> i've never been a dog person. i like dogs. dog people are like, oh, my baby, i'm like oh, my gosh, now, i'm one of those people. >> we'll see you with a stroller and it won't be a baby in the stroller. i know it's happening. i can see that. >> lemon, i want to see the puppy. >> i love that you -- >> keep going. go to break. >> it was chris cuomo. >> you're right. nike delivering big problems to fans of carolina panthers. can you spot what's wrong with this t-shirt? "bleacher report" is next. et ol, protein is an important part of staying active and strong. ensure high protein... fifty percent of your daily value of protein. low fat and five grams of sugars. [ major nutrition ] ensure! nutrition in charge!
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the brightest stars in major league baseball gathered last night in new york for the 2013 all-star game. andy shoals joins us with the highlights. >> good morning. all-star game considered by the best game of all sports. it's not just an exhibition. the winner, of course, secures their home field home field advantage in the world series. and the last four all-star games also won the world series. matt harvey getting the star for the gnash league on his home field. second batter of the game, out, harvey drills him in the knee. is expected to be okay. while was a rough night for
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cano, his teammate mario know rivera came in to pitch the eighth for the american league. he would get a standing ovation. he took the field by himself to start the inning. the 43-year-old would record three straight outs. even though he didn't get the save, rivera was the mvp of the game as the american league got the win 3-0. all right. guys take a look at this nike t-shirt and see if you can tell what's wrong with it. carolina panthers logo with the letters nc in the wrong state. carolina.uth carolina, not north nike quickly removed that. they removed for sale. and apologized. i can see how this could happen. they're called the carolina panthers. not the north carolina panthers. still, got to know your geography. >> now, you've got a nike shirt that's a collector's item. >> thanks, andy. rk,
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chris and kate are back now. >> hi, guys. >> i guess thatter >> here we are >> there we are. >> there we are. >> thank you very much, guys. great talking to you this morning. it's almost the top of the hour. you know what that means here on "new day" -- >> yes. >> -- time for the top news. ♪ it's exhausting. >> there's sweat on just about every inch might have body. heat wave usa. temperatures soaring in much of the country with no relief in sight. making it even worse, hundreds of thousands trapped in the hot zone with no water. cnn exclusive.
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new revelations from juror b-37 in the george zimmerman trial as four other jurors push back against they are story. final days. the coroner announcing cory monteith died of a toxic mix of drugs and alcohol. new video of his last days alive. and how his tv star girlfriend is coping. >> your "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. good morning, everybody. it's july 17th, 6:00 in the east. i'm chris cuomo. >> and i'm kate bolduan. we're going to have much more on the reaction of george zimmerman verdict. new revelations from juror b-37 speaking exclusively to our anderson cooper. it turns out some wanted to convict zimmerman just couldn't find a way legally to do it. this as protests continue across much of the country, though much
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more peacefully overnight, everyone will say thankfully. and we've got to talk about the heat. soaring temperatures all over the place. what you're looking at there is one of the outcomes we have to deal with economically here. the gas pump. congress now holding hearings on it, assume they go >> all right, i want you to look at this, a fellow nantucket man wrestling a shark onto the beach. why is he doing this? we'll hear from him coming up. >> all you'd hear from me are the screams only a dog could hear. we're going to begin with the growing danger from oppressive heat, 50 million americans dealing with this dangerous heat. look at this, see the red? that is showing the states in the northeast, mid-atlantic and midwest that are going to be sweating it out all the way to the weekend. indra petersons is outside of new york times


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