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great kate wait. it's now almost over. the dutchess went into labor overnight and is at st. mary's hospital in london to give birth. >> her husband is with her and has one very important job today, mayke a phone call. >> prince william is under strict instructions to telephone the queen as soon as the birth will happen. he will make that call on a specially encrypted phone. >> we're going live to london in a moment to begin our coverage about historic protocol in place once the baby actually arrives. plus, pope francis on the road to rio. he arrives in brazil in a few hours. we'll have a live report on the pope's mission to reenergize the country. at least 75 people are dead. more than 580 are injured after a strong earth wake in northwest
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china. rescue teams are scrambling to reach the hardest hit area in a r remote area of country. i'm suzanne malveaux. >> i'm michael holmes. the dutchess went into labor overnight. >> as you can imagine media has been outside the hospital and in some cases for up to a couple of weeks now just waiting and watching. our own royal correspondent max foster there. michael and i have been teasing you for weeks saying you probably feel like you're giving birth. >> it's the hottest day of the year in london too. you're hoping this comes soon as well. the queen is at bucking ham pha
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palace. she's probably not going to go. >> reporter: no. it's business as usual. she came into the hospital 6:00 a.m. local time. she's been in labor for more than 11 hours. this is fairly normal. we don't know how long it will last. she did say she wanted a natural birth. we're not expecting any c sections or anything like that but these things are never predictable. what we're waiting for is another official update. that doesn't come in the form of e-mails or press notes. it comes in a physical form. a palace aid appearing on the steps behind me with an envelope. that will be an indication that the baby has been born. >> max, how do they keep this a secret? i imagine there are people, maybe a few people, maybe the doctor knows the sex of the baby. >> reporter: last we heard was they dnidn't want to find out te
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sex and would keep it as a surprise. also a good strategy when they know everyone was asking them. it's an easier answer if they didn't know. we will find out the sex of the child when this lotus goes and is unveiled. that will be the first time we have a sense of that. in the hospital a big team and a substantial team when you consider all the consultants there. there are two royal obstetricians. nothing leaks. this has been a very well planned pregnancy. >> of course, this will be the first royal birth that's been in this sort of internet age and after the easel and handwritten note goes up, i think there will be tweets, aren't there? >> reporter: there will be. there will be the notice broadcast live. you'll be able to see it.
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we'll receive an e-mail. after that we're told it will go out on social media. they tried to combine the old with the new. there's a bit of theater around the notice going to buckleham palace. they can get the information out quickly. >> max, hope you're not too hot there as you continue your marathon. max foster, thanks so mouuch. we'll check in later. >> tlahey're a hip, modern coup. they'll tweet. the new royal baby comes with a lot of royal history including what names he or she could be known by. >> here is somebody with the both parents in her name. kate williams. you better be in the know.
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the baby's name doesn't necessarily and probably won't come out the day we find out about the birth. >> reporter: yes, it's a right. if the baby is born this evening the information will come from the palace as max was saying. the members of the household will come over here. the information will be given to a secretary and be put on the easel to be displayed to the world and the baby's sex and weight and time of birth will be on there but not the name. we don't expect to see the name for another three or four days. those people who have betted across the world, a lot of bets going on. they still won't find out whether they hit the jackpot. the lead names are alexandra for a girl and george for a boy. >> as third in the line to the throne, does it matter if it's a
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boy or girl? >> reporter: it matters a lot. previously, girls didn't come to the throne unless they had only younger siblings or no siblings at all like victoria. what we have here is a different scenario. this will be queen if it's a girl. it's pretty exciting. can we really continue with the idea that hit it wills just go through the male line. we saw that in the great showdown. those girls can't get the title because they're girls. we can see the woman getting the top job and the top palace in the country. >> i think they had to change all kinds of legislation because of the son and heir just becoming the heir. the other interesting thing too when it comes to names is there doesn't have to be a surname or
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one of three. you -- the queen and king aren't the same. they don't need a surname. they get christened where their first name. whatever this baby is called, that says enough. a surname will probably be windsor. it's up to the baby. also with royal babies they tend to have four or five names, not one or two. they could come to the throne with any one of them. if diana is in the name, we suspect that may be one of the names. not number one, maybe three or four. it could see a queen diana on
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the throne. >> thanks so much. great context. >> you see the door. everybody is waiting to see what the announcement will be. we'll bring that to you on cnn. our crews are in place. we'll bring you more details as they become available. we're going to turn to other stories. >> rescue workers and the red cross scrambling to reach those ji injured by a earth wake in china. 89 people were killed and more than 580 were injured. >> victims say they felt shaking for at least a minute. >> reporter: it was a powerful, shallow quake that struck northwest china creating scenes of panic as people rushed out of buildings and out of their homes. take a look at the state media footage of the immediate strike
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of that quake. enti buildings collapsed and homes heavily damaged. the elderly and the very young were the worst affected according to state media because they weren't able to escape the falling debris. hundreds of rescue workers have been mobilized to the region and from cities like beijing to work on the rescue efforts. there's a short window while they may be able to find survivors of this quake but recent rains and future rains which have been forecast could hamper any rescue efforts in this powerful quake's zone. >> david mckenzie there. she reported she was raped and ended up in jail herself all because of some strict laws in dubai about extramarital sex. we have new developments coming up. pope francis heads to brazil. while the people's pope will be
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dressed in civilian clothes with only a few guards. his trip is definitely not low key. >> he heads into a country where the people launched angry nationwide protests. fed up with corruption, bad public services and the price tags of global events like the upcoming olympics and world cup soccer. you don't imagine bombs when you think of australia's great barrier reef. they had to dump some after a training exercise went bad. we'll be right back. they're fruity delicious! just two gummies have 4 grams of fiber! to help support regularity! i want some... [ woman ] hop on over! [ marge ] fiber the fun way, from phillips'. [ woman ] hop on over! could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yep, everybody knows that. well, did you know some owls aren't that wise?
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no flights were affected. the u.s. team that will help negotiate new talks between the israelis and palestinians is beginning to take shape. cnn has learned john kerry has tapped veteran mideast martin to lead peace team. they're preparing to come to washington for those talks to resume peace negotiations. a norweigan woman was sentenced to prison after reporting she was raped. she was given a pardon and will be heading home. >> she was astounded with the charge especially after she went to the police for help. here is a bit of what she told us. >> i got to the police station. i told them my story and he
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asked me did you call the police because you didn't like it? i said, of course i didn't like it. they don't believe me. >> unbelievable story. she had been appealing that sentence but foreigners continuely get called out by some of the laws on the books in the u.s. >> people end up falling through the cracks between the perception of the united arab. you're not allowed to show public displays of affection. women have to cover their arms and legs. public drunkenness despite the sheer volume of nightclubs in
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this town. this was one of the charges that marte faced. she said her manager sexually assaulted her and she did what she had always been brought up to do which is go to the police. that's what makes the story so horrifying. i want you to listen to what she told us today when she was told she was going to get her freedom. take a listen to this. >> hard to describe. i have my freedom back. i can go if i want to. it's my choice if i want to stay or leave. they told me you're not being deported. you can stay. you're free to do whatever you want. yeah. it's a fantastic feeling. >> reporter: extraordinary turn around. one that's been forced by a huge
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out cry on social media, online. the norweigan foreign minister has spoken out strongly. this is the fourth time that women have found themselves when they went to report rapes they found themselves charged with unlawful sex. although her story ends really well, a lot of human rights organizations are saying this doesn't really change the realities of how she was treated when she went to report her rape. it doesn't change the realities of the infrastructure here. the way they treat women condones the violence against them. >> from an outsiders point of view it sounds out rageous when you hear this kind of story. what happens now? the original charge of rape and her manager, where is he?
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>> reporter: the only way this was made to go away was by a personal ruling by the ruler of dubai. what he's done is issue almost a royal decree which circumvents the legal infrastructure here. it allowed it to wipe the slate clean for marte. that's almost as if this never happened. the man is also walking free today. i think for her, she told my producer the most important thing is she was going to get to go home to her mother. none of the rest of it matters. >> thank ys so much. couples being jailed for a kiss on the cheek. never if you're driving in dubai never do a rude gesture because people are being locked up for
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we're keeping a close eye on breaking news. this is out of cairo egypt. this is according to reuters. there's one person dead and seven injured. this the fighting between those who support morsi and those against him. >> the anti-morsi protesters have been gathered over the last week. the opposing camping throwing stones and shooting fireworks at each other. the pope arrives in rio on
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his first foreign trip. >> there's millions of young catholics. they will be there for world youth day celebrations. what he's trying to do is reenergize catholics. >> here you have the first latin american pope visiting the home continent. give us a sense of what is it like. what's the mood on the ground? >> reporter: well, to say excitement is an understatement. we're on copa cabana beach. this will be the first big event on thursday. a million of people are expected to show up. the music sounds more like carnivale than an event. there's a huge amount of excitement here. people pouring in from around the world. the airport was packed with
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pilgrims. pretty incredible. >> of course, brazil very important to the church as a whole. it's got the most roman catholics but the percentage of people who identify themselves as catholic down from 92% back in 1970. 65% in 2010. the pope's visit even more important in terms of that revitalization. >> reporter: yeah. there's a newspaper poll out saying that could be as low as 57% of brazilians are now catholic. the theme of this is go and make disciples of all nations. he wants to tap in to the youth vote and get them to come here. p heed the message and go back to their home countries and
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build the catholic church. >> we know that there's been quite the move to support same-sex marriage. do we think the pope will address some of the change in society and the culture and what is acceptable there? >> reporter: that is very doubtful. he will possibly get an eyeful. there's one protest scheduled for today that may be happening today. he gets into the airport and driving off to the government palace and among the way there's going to be kissing along same-sex couples and hoping the pope will address the issues. i doubt that issue or issues of women clergy will be addressed in this. >> do you think he could see that protest? you said it's on his route? is it possible to see them
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kissing outside the popemobile? >> reporter: anything is possible. he's going to be in open top car. not the popemobile we're familiar with with the bullet proof glass. anything is possible. security is concerned he's made the decision to do that. he likes to get out and touch the people. the people have been protesting. he may get more people than he bargained for. >> thank you. any moment we could be introduced to britain's future king or queen or hear about it. all eyes are on buckingham palace. nicotine to give up nicotine. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. [ mike ] when i was taking the chantix, it reduced the urge to smoke. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix.
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welcome back. let's update you on some of the top stories. in east cleveland ohio police filed aggravated murder and
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kidnapping charges against the plan who killed three women and wrapped their body in plastic. >> michael madison is being held on $1 million bond. he's a registered sex offender. police have identified one body found over the weekend. the police say more victims could be found. the city's mayor said he idolized anthony sowell who killed 11 women. he was sentenced to death in 2011. their mom died and they say this experience has been a nightmare. she was on her first trip. she was riding the texas giant. this is a 14-story high roller coaster and sitting next to one of her sons. >> what a tragedy. witnesses told ktvt that she was
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worried that the lap bar wasn't secure. six flags says it's committed to finding out what caused her death. heavy rains caused the dangerous flash flood. this is in apache junction. one woman said she saw a man in his sports car getting swept away. >> his little corvette comes bobbing down the water. he got out of the vehicle and was sitting on top of it. the water was is high couldn't see the vehicle. >> the car was carried a hundred yards. did rescue the driver and he's okay. take a look at what flash flooding did in southern utah. that's a huge pile of debris. look at that. better get out of the way.
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we want to get back to our big story. 11 hours and counting. >> she went into labor overnight. the queen will be the first person who will be told about the birth. there's something about encrypted phone calls so the word doesn't get out before the handwritten notice gets to where you are. >> reporter: that's right on the guilded easel that will be add buckingham palace of which we'll get the official notice of the baby's gender, time of birth and the weight of this baby. you're right to say the queen is the first one so nobody can hack into it. she'll be told by the duke of
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cambridge, prince william. she's back in town. we told by the palace this is normal protocol. she goes to windsor for the weekend. you have to assume this is an excited great granny who wants to be in town for the third in line to the throne. the details are exactly what you've just described to the viewers. she's nearly 12 hours into this labor. she was hoping for a natural birth. we're all hoping she gets that wish. one just assumes we'll get notice soon. >> the royals always gave birth at home. tell us about the history. the things that are happening is really making history. >> reporter: yeah. there's a lot of pomp and
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ceremony involved in what happens here. before 1948, royal babies were delivered at home. it was princess di who had her baby's william and harry at st. mary's hospital where the dutchess is at the moment. in the past the home secretary used to be in attendance with about 30 other people to make sure that the baby wasn't swapped at birth for a commoner for example. that doesn't happen these days. we are told that it's really kate's mom in attendance and the former gynecologist. he will sign off on the royal birth notice. names, michael and i were talking about this in the past. we have no idea and we won't know when this notice comes. i'm betting it won't be ethel.
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those were names you got before. this baby will be the 43rd. lots of betting going on at the moment. it's anybody's guess. >> maybe becky or michael. >> reporter: how about that? >> you never know. queen becky. i don't know. i think there could be a diana thrown in there. becky, stay cool there. i know you're under a tent but stay cool. it's the hottest day of the year in london. >> take care. >> reporter: 34 degrees. over 90 here. >> they're printing out 2013 coins that they will give to parents born on the same day as the royal baby. >> can you imagine 30 people watching labor. can you imagine can we have some
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some folks in australia not too happy with the u.s. military dropping four unarmed bombs on the great reef park. this happened on a training exercise. >> the navy says the planes dropped the bombs because they were running out of fuel and couldn't land with with bombs on them. they dropped it and it didn't l hit the reef. >> missed the reef by about 15
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miles. now, here is the deal. this was a joint exercise. people are asking what are we doing dropping bombs on australia? i didn't hear about that war. no. this was a joint exercise. they were going to drop their bombs and go back. when they got there, there were fishing boats every place they were supposed to drop the bombs. they couldn't drop them on the fishermen. really. no brainer there. they said now what are we going to do with them. we have these things on you are planes. there's no place to refuel in the air. all of a sudden here they are. they are dropping bombs and it missed the reef. we'll take you right to it an give you an idea of where it is. i know you've been there, michael. you get a great idea.
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there's australia. here is where the bombs were supposed to go. the bomb range but south of bell cay about 16 miles, that's where the bombs are on the bottom of the ocean about 150 feet deep. there's the great reef about 15 to 20 miles from where they are. this will be okay. i believe they'll pick them up. they are out of danger for shipping lanes. it's not a good thing that we have four bombs or not sitting at the bottom near the great barrier reef. >> talk about that. you have about 400 different kinds of coral, endangered species. should they go get these out out of there? it's close by. >> it's not like they haven't had enough problems. this has just been one heck of a couple of years for the reef. the health not so good at this point in time.
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yes, i believe they should go get them. they're not too deep. they can take them either a uav or somebody can hook them up. >> you think running a joint exercise you'll call ahead to the fishing operators and say don't go near there. >> they were biting. >> if you can ever go diver on the barrier reef, do it. beautiful. chad, good to see you. last week children in india died after eating those tainted school lunches. >> up next, we'll take a look at the program that feeds millions of indian children every day and why kids say that lunch is the best part of their day. and i know the results will be fantastic! find out why more than two million members count on angie's list. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. thto fight chronic. osteoarthritis pain. to fight chronic low back pain. to take action. to take the next step.
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liberty mutual insurance -- responsibility. what's your policy? news today from south africa. this is about nelson mandela's health. he's still hospitalized but is in good condition. he's showing improvement. >> he turned 95 last week. a great celebration for that. we wish him well. the european union has now agreed to list the military wing of hezbollah as a terrorist organization. this comes after meeting of foreign ministers in brussels. the shiite group which is a strong force already is regarded as a terrorist organization by
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the u.s. and israel. >> the move will freeze assets and ban travel for people connected with hezbollah's military wing. it's very hard to separate the military and the political. the british prime minister, david cameron, cracking down on internet pornography. today, rolling out a plan that will add adult filters on everything from computer to smartphones to public wi-fi. >> all internet users will have to say whether they want access to porn. cameron says google and other companies must hide porn from children. >> you have to opt in and not opt out. >> you have to say yes. >> that's going to be interesting. in the wake of last week's school lunch poisoning there's been growing attention to the plight of the world's largest free lunch program.
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>> over 23 students were killed. this was from pesticides. this was found in food and cooking oil. for students in the poorest state this school lunch program is a lifesaver. >> reporter: time for school for these young students. in a hut behind them a makeshift kitchen where lunch is become cooked. >> these kids really like the food. they always say when i'm not here they miss my food. >> reporter: here in the poorest state 95% of the free lunches served in government schools come from individual kitchens like this. rice is provided by the government. each school is also given a stipend of five to eight cents per student for the remaining. 12.5 million children in some 70,000 schools are fed across the state every day in this way. the facilities are basic, but
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quality is not compromised. >> translator: we're as hygienic as possible when we prepare the meals for the children. after all, we eat the same food. >> reporter: for many of the children it's the best part of their day. i asked this boy what he loves about school. the food he says. most here come from impoverrished backgrounds. books and uniforms are provided by the government. it's about 40 degree or 100 fahrenheit. there's no fans, no electricity, no tables or chairs, no playground and no bathrooms. it hasn't stopped school attendance from increasing. >> translator: attendance has risen by 10 to 20% because of the midday meal schemes. getting more children to go to school has been the indian
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government's priority and the impact is long term. >> this brings in people from all communities. they have meals at the same place. this brings in the feeling of social harmony at a young age. >> reporter: officials admit the recent case of mass poisoning has had an impact on one of india's biggest success stories. the broader benefits should not be questioned. it's been the rule since the beginning but times are a changing. up next why the royal baby's gender will make history by not making a difference.
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guess what. there's a royal baby about to be born any time now. they will likely become queen or king at some point. they'll have to wait their turn because they will be third in line to the throne. >> this is the first time in more than a hundred years there's been three living heirs to the throne. the succession is also complicated depending on whether or not it's a boy or a girl. >> reporter: the queen is the
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only head of the royal family that most of us have ever known and yet as a woman in this role, max, she is unusual. >> she was the oldest child. there were two girls. she went onto become monarch. if she had a brother she would be passed by. >> oldest boy is prince charles. he's the oldst child any way. >> same thing applies to next one. >> absolutely. william, oldest boy. >> a child is coming along. could be a boy or a girl. times a changed. >> absolutely. the general feeling whether it's a boy or girl, the oldest child should become monarch. it's the boy that will take precedent and it's unfair. >> people are talking about a rule change and that means an entirely new venue. we wind up over here in the house of lords where some
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special legislation has been in the works. >> this is the succession to the crown. it was rushed through parliament. it says it no longer depends on gender. in future, the plan is that the oldest child whether or not a boy or girl will become monarch. >> there's been thousands of laws promulgated for many years. >> for centuries we assume that sexism. the treason act, 1351, and it states it's treason to kill the king's son and heir. that's had to be changed to eldest child and heir. it's the example of the type of thing they've had to change. >> just to make it a little more complicated. think about this. this is a country that has enormous influence in scope all around the globe. how is that going to play out. >> the british monarch is head
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of state in 15 other countries around the world. you can see them marked in yesterday low. they all have to legislate for this rule to come into force. most of them have managed to do it. they're still waiting on it will affect this baby. >> an awfully big fuss over a very little baby. after president obama's personal reflections many black leaders want to know what's next. >> how do we americans push the conversation forward. next hour, we'll talk to the head of the national urban league. stay with us for that. to keep our country in the lead. ♪ load! we keep moving to deliver what you need. and that means growth, lots of cargo going all around the globe. cars and parts, fuel and steel, peas and rice, hey that's nice! ♪ norfolk southern what's your function? ♪ ♪ helping this big country move ahead as one ♪ ♪ norfolk southern how's that function? ♪
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take a look at what's trending now. not a big surprise. the biggest trending story is the royal birth. kathryn has been in the hospital since this morning. >> it's been a while. she went into labor overnight. hashtag royal baby getting the most hits on twitter now. if do you look at that column in your browser you'll see it spinning around. it's the top trending story on >> we should start tweeting that. several stories caught our attention. this is in barcelona. two female divers competing in day three of the world championships. that's a global competition for
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water sports held every two years. >> they include swimming, water polo, synchronized swimming. taiwan tourists snapping photos of brightly colored murals painted by a retired soldier. it's one of 800 settlements that's built for retired chinese veterans who fought during world war ii. to the philippines, police fighting with anti-government protesters. he gave his state of the union address today. many fiupset about the economic gap between rich and poor. take a look at this. you can dance but can you break the world record while doing it? these guys did it. nearly 1700 people high stepping th their way to a world record. >> it's the longest river dance
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line breaking the record by more than a thousands. it kicked off the samuel beckett bridge on sunday. the question is why? why did that guy have a horse head on his head? >> we're going to break a record one day. >> i'll see you tomorrow. you're back. "cnn newsroom" starts right now. a woman falls to her death on a roller coaster ride at six flags in texas. could loose regulations be to blame? >> she goes up like this and she just tumbled. in cleveland, ohio the bodies


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