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that does it for this edition of "360." "early start" begins right now. the woman who exposed weiner. why she unveiled her relationship with the mayoral candidate. dozens killed when a passenger train crashed in spain. more than 100 people injured. we are live. rescued at sea. a man missing for hours found in the water without a raft wearing only his t-shirt and flip-flops. the dramatic rescue caught on camera. >> that is a tough day at the office. good morning. welcome to all right. i'm christine romans. >> i'm michaela pereira. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east.
let's start with anthony weiner. the field for the mayoral race will have anthony weiner to kick around. he's refusing to drop out of the race after revealing he continued sexting long after the same lewd behavior forced him to resign from congress. months after the resignation and while working on his marriage, he was engaged in the same behavior. dana bash is live with reaction from his political rivals and would be constituents. >> reporter: with anthony weiner on the mayoral counsel, facebook is awkward. >> all i can say is don't ask me. >> reporter: a light hearted moment. >> people around the city called on you to withdrawal. you are distracting from focusing on the middle class and ideas. >> if you want to play to the
cameras, that's fine. i'm having a serious conversation with the people. that's what they came to hear. >> reporter: a day in the life of scandal played anltny wiener. public housing. >> the fact of the matter is, we need to change the way we do things. >> reporter: minutes after a silent protest, a handful of women turned their backs on him. his indiscorrections followed him. a man confronted him, why did you use my name. >> reporter: he fumbled not disclosing he has sent pictures and texts to strange women. >> perhaps i should have said it was coming out at this specific time and this specific person. >> reporter: he's not not answering all our questions. what do you say to people who say yes, this is personal, it's always judgment. >> i think it's a fair question. people have to answer that question for themselves.
>> reporter: we asked new yorkers themselves? does it bother you? >> no. i mean a lot of politicians have their issues. i just i think this one we can put behind us. >> i think it's creepy. i don't think i would want that as my mayor. >> reporter: dana bash, cnn, new york. >> we are finding out more about the person on the other line of the investigation. sydney leathers. she posted regularly about democratic politics and pictures of herself. leathers opened up in april about her relationship with anthony weiner says she loved him but not anymore. >> he manipulated her in a way she believed they were in love and he was going to provide for her in the future. this idea he's reformed or sorry were what he did is not true.
he's sorry like every other person who gets their hand caught in the cookie jar. >> she thought she could make a lot of money selling the story. he came forward because another blog put the story out. coming up in the next half hour, we are going to look at anthony weiner's wife, why she stood by his side. to the louisiana coast, a burn on a rig. itis 60 miles out to sea. officials say part of the rig is still intact. not clear what ignited the blaze. the crew was evacuated after a well blowout. no injuries reported. the house voted down a proposal to restrict the nsa phone surveillance. they have been lobbying lawmakers to turn aside an amountment for the spending bill. stop terrorists.
however despite it failing, the overall nearly $600 million defense spending bill did pass. four f-16 fighter jets will not be heading to egypt yet. the pentagon is delaying it as the administration continues after they overthrew president morsi. pope francis, today, meets the poor in rio de janeiro. police are expected to be out in force during this visit. 20% of rio's residents live there. the pope is said to have specifically asked to see one in person during this trip to brazil. tropical storm dorey is the fourth named storm. forecasters are keeping a close watch on it. indra petersons is one of the forecasters. what is the storm headed our
way? >> good morning. it's interesting because it's early in the season. there are a lot of things to inhibit its growth. it's a strong, tropical storm. it is trying so hard to hold together. winds moving at 16 miles per hour. it's moving quickly to the west/northwest at 17 miles per hour. let's talk about what is ahead of it in its path. all of this dry air. we are watching all of this. anything up here could weaken the system. the next thing we have to look at is sea surface temperatures, how warm the water is. a hurricane for growth needs 79 degree temperatures. it's on the threshold of the two. we have to look at where it goes, the 80 degree waters or the cooler waters? the other thing is how fast it moves over the cooler waters if it's in the cooler water. if it's there and stay there is longer, it will weaken as well. aside from that, the next 48 hours are going to be critical. we are watching the path.
by monday, it should be north of puerto rico. a lot of things could inhibit it. it's crucial and we are going to monitor that. >> this is early, right? >> about a month early. >> thanks for keeping an eye on that. a stunning rescue off the coast of long island. john had been missing four hours. it ended with a safe recovery. watch this video. coast guard crews searched 800 square miles off the atlantic ocean. the helicopter finally spotting him in shark infested waters 43 miles off the southern fork. he is now being treated for hypothermia and dehydration. he was found wearing t-shirt and flip-flops only. you can imagine the relief. >> imagine them looking for a guy floating in the water. so glad he was found safely. >> incredible video. coming up, holed up in a moscow airport for a month.
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now to spain and a deadly train derailment. dozens are dead after the train crashed in the northwestern part of the country. look at this. it's almost snapped in two. al goodman has the latest on the phone from near the scene of the cra crash. what is the latest this morning, al? >> caller: i am looking at the scene. the prime minister was her a short while ago, said nothing. 77 dead. that means about a third of the people who got on that train in madrid yesterday are now dead. a court official tells cnn that
number is expected to rise. we are hearing they have train cars to look at. there are dozens and dozens of people wounded on what was supposed to be one of the happiest days of the year. today is the patron saint day of st. james, santiago, st. james. itis a big tragedy instead. >> a lot of people come here because of the patron saint. tell us about what was on the train, what nationalities, do we know? >> caller: i have been on this train many times, even a few months ago. because it seemed to be pulling into the santiago station. a lot of people got up, were moving to the doors with suitcases which may have made the moment of impact more crushing for everyone. clearly, a lot of spain yards and people from this region were aboard. also foreigners coming to do
this pilgrimage way of st. james that goes back for centuries because of the shrine cathedral in the city. >> a deadly train accident in spain. dozens killed. more than 100 injured. thanks, al. there's confusion over what is next for nsa leaker, edward snowden. he was given a document that would have let him finally leave the airport. his lawyer says that's not so. snowden may still be stuck. bill black is live in moscow with the latest. what is the disconnect? did he not receive the proper paperwork? >> essentially, yes. it looked like he was going to leave the airport after almost five weeks here. russian media started reporting he was there, received the necessary documentation. the paperwork that would let him enter the country is being
considered. they said he was passing through immigration at one point. his lawyer came to meet him, went into the secure transit zone and emergeed from the meeting saying absolutely not true. he has not received any documentation. he applied for asylum more than a week ago. that's the usual process. no explanation for the delay except to say that it's an unprecedented case. there's a lot of paperwork, a lot of beaurocracy and he would no longer speculate on how long it could take for snowden to walk free. it's now approaching five weeks. >> he finally got a change of clothes and reading material. interesting to see what the next move is. thank you. a 17-year-old is in the hospital accused of suffocating a young neighbor and shooting a police officer who tried to arrest him. he was shot in the head after police say he pulled a gun on them near the family's home in ft. worth. he faces murder and attempted
murder charges. they believe he sexually assaulted a 6-year-old girl, then suffocated her. her body was found wrapped in a tarp a mile from home. bill belichick speaking publicly for the first time since aaron hernandez was charged with murder. she was shocked to hear he was involved in something so tragic. >> it's a sad day. it's really a sad day on so many levels. our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the victim and i extend my sympathy, really, to everyone who has been impacted. a young man lost his life. and his family suffered a tragic loss. there's no way to understate that. >> meantime, aaron hernandez was back in court wednesday for the first time since pleading not guilty in the death of odin
lloyd. he orchestrated the murder. two accomplices have also been charged. is stephen fleming telling the truth this time? accused boston mob boss. he was once an associate of bulgers. he said he saw bulger kill people. he admitted under defense he lied before his own murder trial and before he turned government witness. now he says he is telling the truth this time about what he says he saw bulger do. a man accused of threatening to kill cnn anchor nonsay grace and jane velez-mitchell may have been in the process of carrying out the threats. david lee simpson was angry over coverage of the jodi arias trial. police found several guns, ammunition, handcuffs, by knock lars and a knife and a police
radio in his car. closing arguments in the court-martial of bradley manning. the army private stands accused of aiding the enemy by handing dozens of documents to wikile s wikileaks. his lawyers say he was blowing the whistle on foreign policy mistakes. could the doctor convicted of killing michael jackson be a surprise witness in the wrongful death trial. he finds it difficult to keep quiet. he would drop major secrets if he testifies. in the meantime, the defense continues making the case that it was jackson's addiction that caused the death, not the concert promotor. >> a family rescueed from a car by george zimmerman are choosing
not to speak out. they were helped out of an suv last week. zimmerman and another man stopped to assist. it's not clear if it was a rescue or george zimmerman was on the scene helping. the family planned to speak to lawyers but zimmerman's attorney said they are keeping quiet for now. the latest chapter in the alex rodriguez trial. the doctor disputed the diagnosis by a yankee team physician claiming his mri shows no damage. rodriguez is facing a likely suspension in the drug investigation. guess who's gone bald? former president, george h.w. bush, on purpose. he shaved his head in support of a child of a secret service agent. the former president went along
with the plan. the bush's, they lost a daughter, in case you didn't know, to leukemia in 1953. this is personal for this family. a show of support there. >> it really is. i love that. it's great. look at the smiles. they are wearing matching blue shirts and everything. >> best of luck to that guy. earnings report that facebook investors are sure to like, after the break. i want to make things more secure. [ whirring ] [ dog barks ] i want to treat more dogs. ♪ our business needs more cases. [ male announcer ] where do you want to take your business? i need help selling art. [ male announcer ] from broadband to web hosting to mobile apps, small business solutions from at&t have the security you need to get you there. call us. we can show you how at&t solutions can help you do what you do... even better. ♪
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wednesday's earnings showed mark zuckerberg was able to take mobile advertising from nothing to make it $1.6 billion that's what wall street wanted to see. mainly, the number of people using face book increased 51%. 819 million people are using facebook now on mobile phones or tablets. the other big story, apple. apple shares had the best day in a year. shares rose 5.1%. at $442 a share, it's the biggest one day percentage share. better than expected iphone sales. profits down 22%. the silver lining is that apple does have new products in the pipeline they hope can reenergize sales though they haven't launched something new in several quarters. visa raised the outlook because credit card spending
grew. they authorized $1.5 billion share program. visa reported strong growth in the u.s. where it makes more than half of its revenue. earn i earnings are what's going to drive this here. we are sitting close to all time highs for the dow and s&p. it's all about the earnings how they are coming in. >> we'll keep an eye on that. anthony weiner's wife speaking out. ♪ [ crashing ] [ male announcer ] when your favorite food starts a fight, fight back fast with tums. trusted heartburn relief that goes to work in seconds. nothing works faster. ♪ tum, tum tum tum tums!
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anthony weiner won't quit. what he's saying for his run for new york mayor. his wife learning of his latest sexting escapade. inside an historic shipwreck. researchers estimate a 200-year-old wreck, 4300 feet beneath the sea. what they found inside. >> i'm curious. >> welcome back to "early start." i'm michaela pereira. >> i'm christine romans. 29 minutes past the hour. let's begin in spain. the latest on the deadly train derailment. the death toll after a high speed train crashed. al is joining us on the phone. tell us what exactly happened here. >> caller: christine, i am on the terrace of a village house looking at the pronounced curve on the track. the train came down this way,
heading toward me, toward the town. you can see the force of the impact. some of the cars slid down and embankment. there's all sorts of train tracks, that help keep the trains running. at this point, we have cranes that lifted some of these absolutely mangled cars up to the street level. that's the area the spanish prime minister visited in the last hour, spending 15 minutes here. he is from the area. christine? >> what caused the crash? do we know yet? what are they zeroing in on? >> excessive speed. possibly twice as fast as the train should have been going around the curve. that's been the lead in various newspapers. the spanish government in charge of the rail system said there is no firm hypothesis yet on what happened. we have heard it does not appear
to be terrorism. no one is talking about terrorists. was there human error or mechanical error? tell us about the death toll and the number injured. is that expected to rise? >> caller: unfortunately, yes. 77 people are confirmed dead by the court system here. it's court officials who confirm those figures. they are still working on the scene. a spokeswoman says they expect to find other bodies in cars. dozens and dozens of people injured, some in serious injury. just to give you an idea, 218 people aboard this train, a third of those people are now dead. christine? >> what a tragedy in a beautiful town. a town of pilgrims who take a beautiful walk there. it is some place that is loved.
it's known around the world, that particular town. thank you so much. we'll check in with you later in the program. a train derailment leading to a dangerous situation. 15 cars toppled spilling ethanol near the port. crews were on sight trying to right the cars. no word on injuries. em battled new york city mayoral candidate, anthony weiner. he won't leave the race to be the city's next candidate. newspapers say he should drop out after sharing he shared explicit text messages with a woman after being taken out of congress. she is said to have once loved the former congressman, but is now disgusted by how he treated her. despite all of this, his wife is expressing her support. we have a look at the woman
standing by anthony weiner's side despite the revelations. >> hen huma abedin speaks of it -- >> i love him. i believe in him. >> the public may have been surprised, but not those who know her. he was out there because she wanted to be. a good wife, she is not. look no further than this september issue of "harper's bizarre." an essay written in her words. yes i'm out on the campaign trail, it's where i want to be. the choice for me is simple. i love my husband and we both love this city. >> i was struck by how much i could feel her love for her husband and her clarity about why she believed in him. >> reporter: one friend from the clinton white house day who is did not want to be identified says back when the sexting
scandal broke in 2011, she, meaning huma wanted him to keep his seat, not resign. >> my wife is an enormous asset to the campaign. she's the not so secret weapon of the campaign. >> reporter: another close friend says huma found out about it last fall, months before the public, in the friend's words were furious and this close to walking out the door, for a second time. now, she writes in "bizarre" the scandal made her husband a better man. cnn, new york. >> a source tells cnn she was close to leaving anthony weiner, she decided against it was it wasn't the right thing for her son. >> we are hearing from the blogger who broke the news of anthony weiners indiscorrections. nick writes for the dirty. he was tipped off by sydney
weathers back in april. >> i didn't believe her at first. i was duped by anthony weiner and thought her changed. i just did my homework and matched up the evidence. >> she wrote to him in 2011 blasting him for the sexting scandal. he didn't write back until 2012 starting an online conversation that lasted for months, if conversation is the right word to use, i'm not sure. another woman came forward claiming sexual harassment by a mayor. she says she met the mayor back in 2009 to discuss a nonprofit and claims he tried to kiss her during the meeting at least four times. she joins two other women that made public he treated them unfairly. he said earlier this week, he will vigiously defend himself.
day two of president obama's renewed economic defense. he's going to deliver a speak in jacksonville, florida. after two speeches, the president stressing the need to grow the middle class. he blamed washington and politics for the struggling recove recovery. >> what are your ideas? if you are willing to work with me to strengthen american manufacturing and rebuild this country's infrastructure, let's go. if you have better ideas to bring down the cost of college for working families, let's hear them. >> he said you can't just be about ending obama care and cutting budgets. the gop needs a plan. the house republicans need a plan. the economic push comes as a poll shows the majority of americans disapprove of this president's handling of the economy. an overwhelming okay to a
compromise deal to roll back student loan rates. under the plan, 81-18, undergraduates could borrow at less than 4% this fall. rates will eventually go up and be tied to government bonds. the rates are retro active. a little reprieve. >> it's important to know the rates can go up in the future. they can go up in the future. the rates you have had over the past couple years, very likely in the next five or six years you are paying higher rates for student loans. a former first daughter set to become the next u.s. ambassador to japan. caroline kennedy accepted the post. she's an author, and attorney. she was a major player in president obama's 2008 and 2012 elections. the world's largest cruise lines are defending themselves.
appearing before a senate committee, they said they are working to make their ships safer and will do so under a passenger bill of rights. >> i have been assured repeatedly by the industry things will get better. take a look at the events over the past 16 months and tell me if this is what you think better looks like. >> we seriously put our guests in an uncomfortable position. that bathers us a great deal. >> three of the biggest lines are looking into crimes on the ships. the details are available by august 1st. a federal judge siding with the manager. blocking state court challenges to the $18 billion bankruptcy challenge. the judge ruling in the jurisdiction. some city workers sued to block the bankruptcy. they say it violates the state's constitution. a county judge agreed.
this ruling puts the challenges on hold. they have yet to make a decision about the merits in the case. the retired workers, what they are concerned about, pensions. big cuts to their pensions. they rely on their pensions. in a bankruptcy, they fear it will go away or cut dramatically. it will have a big impact on it. >> to be able to retire and have money there. it's a concern. >> librarians and people depending on a pension. it will not be there in bankruptcy. we know it now has a change. we are not talking the prince, it's a tropical storm. dorian isn't a threat to us. we watched it yesterday, a tropical depression. it's made the turn to a storm. >> one of the things that's unusual dur thg time of year, the water is close to the shoreline. it formed out where we see more formation in august off the
coast of africa. now a strong tropical storm with 60-mile-per-hour winds and moving quickly. it's 17 miles per hour. a couple things could inhibit the growth. a lot of dry air ahead of it, not a good thing. it will weaken it. we are looking at temperatures here. waters above 79 degrees. you can see it's right on the borderline. where it goes and how fast it goes over cold water. it does go over colder water determines how much it will weaken. the other thing, if it stays together after all of this, we have a lot of wind shear. we are talking winds at upper levels that could weaken it. all these factors determine whether or not it holds together. either way, a dome of high pressure. thanks to that, it will go west, west-northwest. with that, the current thinking is it's above puerto rico monday staying a tropical storm. it's a small system. no effect to the islands, currently, at least in this track. we are talking rough seas and
strong winds. the big question is, if it does hold together, what happens after that. it's so far out. the next 48 hours are key. >> watching dorian. >> they really do take personalities on of their own. the prince of cambridge, the other name we were waiting on. prince george might be enjoying a bit of quiet. i hope he understands what is about to happen to him. four days after birth, the witness -- george alexander louie and his parents are in her hometown, bucklebury where they are having quiet time together. >> i don't know how quiet it is with a brand-new baby. >> queen elizabeth paid a visit to the newborn on wednesday. he is now third in line to the crown. the name was one of the favorites with 2-1 odds with millions of bookmakers. they were betting on hair color, time of birth. >> it's a boy.
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welcome back. good morning to you. a 6-year-old boy swallowed by a sand dune. there he is. he is now out of the hospital. nathan has been transferred to a facility for rehabilitation therapy. he's expecked to stay there several days. it took nearly four hours to get him out. he is in good condition. doctors say he suffered some lung damage from inhaling the sand. >> his survival, in some people's minds is nothing short of a miracle. >> his grandfather said this is the definition of a miracle. all right, we want to show you fascinating pictures, at
least we think so. from the bottom of the gulf of mexico, we are looking at a 200-year-old shipwreck 150 miles from valgalveston. researchers are trying to get artifacts to see where the ship was traveling from, how it went down. they think it might have been carrying soldiers in the 1800s. all the artifacts are pretty well preserved when you think about how far down they are. >> what a fun find. what a mystery to unravel. let's look at what's coming up on "new day this morning. >> no mystery. they are back. >> the team. >> you know, i have always respected you. sitting beside that crazy man for two days -- >> he's so lovable. >> he's lovable. >> when i hear things i don't like, i pinch my pocket. >> when you talk poorly about me -- >> you two are prized for your intelligence. let me try a trivia question.
what tv show started with one of the main characters doing this? ready? >> is this happening right now? >> oh, isn't that "good times"? >> close. >> close. >> "happy days." >> didn't he have a comb, though? >> j.j. dino mite. >> i know. i don't know what you are talking about. >> that's what's on our show. >> what? what is that about? >> back to the news. >> cuomo is off the rails. >> in other news, we are talking about anthony weiner. why? because it means something about why he's staying in the race. some can't believe it. some want to know what the tap of his revolve is. the speculation of his wife, is it brave, ill advised.
then the woman involved in the latest round of sexting. who is she? we have new information for you about that. we are going to get involved in that. it's a big topic of conversation. political circles and what we value as a society, who is going to be a leader. >> it's a shock factor. it happened once, then -- >> then again. >> again. the meaning behind prince george alexander louie's name. how many names do you have? i have a name and a middle name. what is next for the royal family and why are they staying, those two and their baby, why are they staying with kate's family instead of his for the moment? hint, hint. they want privacy. >> as a mom, it's good to be around your own. >> are you kidding me. i'm not blessed with children but i want my mom near me. >> they are calling the kid bruno. his name is george, but they are
calling him bruno. >> you are so accurate on everything except this. bruno. by the way, jeremiah never made the list. >> saw that. >> everyone is saying that. >> no, they are not. >> bruno. the queen gave him a bracelet that says bruno on it. >> we'll check in on you later. see you soon. >> tune in to find out what chris cuomo is saying that is really true and what he's joking about. we'll be right back. bjorn earns unlimited rewards for his small business. take these bags to room 12 please. [ garth ] bjorn's small business earns double miles on every purchase every day. produce delivery. [ bjorn ] just put it on my spark card. [ garth ] why settle for less? ahh, oh! [ garth ] great businesses deserve unlimited rewards. here's your wake up call. [ male announcer ] get the spark business card from capital one and earn unlimited rewards. choose double miles or 2% cash back on every purchase every day. what's in your wallet? [ crows ] now where's the snooze button?
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a-rod believes he is healthy enough to return to the lineup. he thinks the yankees are conspireing against him to keep him off the field to collect the insurance money for the $25 million he's owed this season. without permission from the yankees, he hired his own doctor to look at the mri of his quad. the doctor saw no sign of a strain. a-rod is the first who complained about the strain. they want him back on the field as soon as he's able to play. of course, we are waiting to see when and how long they suspend him for using performance enhancing drugs. >> bill belichick is speaking publicly for the first time since tight end aaron hernandez was charged with murder. he was much more forthcoming and genuine while discussing the hernandez situation yesterday. >> i and other members of the organization were shocked and
disappointed in what we had learned. having someone in your organization that's involved in a murder investigation is a terrible thing. >> the u.s. soccer team extended their record winning streak to ten games last night beating honduras, 3-1. another great performance. scored two goals and assisted on another. the u.s. will now face panama sunday in chicago. we want to warn you about the next video. look away if you are eating a blueberry scone this morning. tim hudson going to cover first base and eric young jr. stepped on his ankle. young jr. knew right away his ankle was broken. ran over to apologize to hudson. he was taken out on a stretcher. christine, hudson's ankle is broken. he's going to require surgery and going to miss the rest of the season and the playoffs.
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splitting in half. we are live at the scene. staying in it. new calls for anthony weiner to leave the new york mayoral race. meet prince george, the royal baby gets a name. a visit with royal relatives and now in the country. why he's staying with her family and not the royals. >> your "new day" starts right now. good morning, everybody. welcome to "new day." it's thursday, july 25th. 6:00 in the east. i'm chris cuomo. happy to have the one true princess kate at my side. >> flattering. great to be back. i'm kate bolduan. everyone is talking about anthony weiner and his wife,
huma. why is she staying with him. she did, in fact, consider leaving him. we are going to talk to people who know her well. we have a lot of information her friend opens up about that relationship. >> this is an important one, you or your friends are getting ready to plan a vacation, this is the peak information, we have information you should know before you book your next cruise. the ceos of the many of the country's cruiseliners were dressed down by the senate for their messups as an investigation found unsanitary conditions for food on board one cruiseliner. the cdc even investigated it. plus a real must see moment. take a look at this photo, george h.w. bush, the country's 41st president with his head shaved. why? it turns out to be a touching tribute to someone he recently met. we'll tell that story coming up. he is the candida