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government down to size and trying to do our best to stop obama care and we fought the good fight. we just didn't win. >> i want to thank the leadership for coming together and getting this done. hopefully, next time, it won't be in the 11th hour. >> breaking news overnight. a last-minute deal reached to avert economic catastrophe and reopen the government. we are breaking down the compromise that was reached by congress. reaction from wall street and why we could be in this exact same spot in just a few months. >> let's revel in the moment at least for a second. >> i know. >> welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm zoraida sambolin. >> it's a different morning this morning. >> there you go.
>> we can finally say it for real. this cries, at least for now, averted but it took just a crazy, crazy day in washington before congress got together to give its blessing to this deal that will reopen the government this morning and raise the debt ceiling. the president signed it into law just after midnight. this is a fresh new law, folks, and these are the details. the government will be funded through mid january. doors are open today. the debt ceiling raised until early february. federal workers will receive pay dating back to the start of the shutdown so folks, you're going to get paid for not working. negotiations will begin between the house and the senate on a longer term budget deal. the senate voted overwhelmingly to support this bill 81-18 with majority with many republicans saying yes. the house gave its okay. the result there was a little bit closer. majority of republicans there said no, still 87 as you can see
there did vote for it, joining 100%, every single democrat in that chamber. our jim acosta begins our coverage. >> the motion is adopted. >> reporter: just as the nation was on the brink, the house of representatives blinked. and passed the better senate compromise to raise the nation's debt ceiling. after a 16-day shutdown, the federal government will come back to life. thousands of employees returning to work in washington to critical medical research programs, to national parks, even the panda cam and the national zoo. >> we will begin reopening our government immediately. >> reporter: the president said he willing to work with both parties in the future. >> i'm eager to work with anybody. democrat, republican, house or senate members on any idea that will grow our economy and create new jobs and strengthen the
middle class and get our physical house in order. >> reporter: john boehner grave the green light to the deal after he dropped changes for obama care in exchange for an end to the standoff. >> we have been locked in a fight over here trying to bring government down to size and trying to do our best to stop obama care and we fought the good fight but question just didn't win. >> the folks who said we were going to lose turned out to be correct. i can't argue with that. >> reporter: one of the architects of the obama care or bust plan texas senator ted cruz vowed to keep fighting. >> the way we are going to stop the suffering, the harms that are being visited on millions of americans is the path we have seen these past couple of months is the american people rising up. >> reporter: cruz making his wish. the deal only reopens the government until mid june and pushes back another default until february but the president told cnn not to worry.
>> reporter: is this going to happen all over again in a few months? >> no. >> reporter: jim acosta, cnn, washington. >> let's see if he can keep that promise. the deal is done. this morning, the first step in negotiating a learning term solution is set to begin with the head of the senate budget committee patty murray and paul ryan scheduled to talk this morning. what is the goal for this meeting? i guess we should be talking about longer term because we are on the heels of facing this again? >> that's right, good morning. >> reporter: the goal for this meeting is to begin talks on a longer term solution. these folks have to get together and come up with a budget for the rest of fiscal end of 2014 which ends next september and seems like a long way away but it isn't a long time. they have to submit a report in mid september. challenges have plagued this issue on both sides for a long time. they have to talk about entitlement reforms, tax reforms
and possible tax revenue. these are issues that the parties have not been able to agree on and that is why we are at this point in some ways. obama care is certainly a part of it and we also see some indications that the fight over obama care could live for another day. so we could still see some efforts to make some changes to improve the law' very least. the other big issue is the idea of the fored spending cuts. this january 15th deadline, the fact the government is reopened until january 15th is seen as a good thing by the democrats because they didn't want to log in these forced spending cuts so that is another issue on the table. you hear words like common ground but also big challenges ahead. >> no doubt. let's talk about the winners and the losers in this. the tea party took a hit here. president obama being called a winner this morning. let's talk a little bit about that. >> certainly the president stood his ground here. i believe a lesson the white
house learned in 2011 from the debt ceiling debate at that point was that they, in effect, caved. that's why we have what is called the budget control act and that is why we have these poor spending cuts that many, many democrats don't like. the president held firm this time say he refuses to negotiate over raising the debt ceiling and over reopening the government. we can talk about whether these meetings he had with parties at the white house are negotiations but in the end, you didn't see changes, big changes to his signature law, the obama care law. many people say the white house won here. of course, republicans took a battering in the polls and even though speaker boehner, we're told, got a standing ovation from his caucus yesterday and talked about how they fought the good fight and will live to fight another day, it certainly looks as though republicans bore the brunt of the blame in all of this. we have even seeing some
prognosticators saying it puts them in shape in the long-term elections. we will see what happens even though the elections are a long way away but it looks like the republicans are losers here. >> when go government furloughed workers get back on the job? >> they are supposed to come back today. a statement put out by the office of management budget and the quick question for some is how is everyone going to find out? people aren't supposed to be checking their blackberries. were they supposed to stay up up until midnight to learn they were coming in. some of the civilian workers furloughed by the defense department and furloughed and supposed to come in the next day, 3,000 workers, a lot of people didn't show up because they didn't know. people spent the first day calling employees and telling them to come in. we expect we could see more of that today. bottom line they are supposed to
be back to work and government is supposed to reopen and operating normally starting today. >> >> for the tens of government workers watching "early start" right now, let us send the message work is anew today. so get the sleep out of our eyes. >> if you averted the crisis that you were going to have to get back to work. >> i am sure they are dying to get back to work. they wanted to work all along through this. >> missing paychecks. >> that backpay the wording in there they will get around to it. it's not something that happens immediately. it takes time to get that up to speed as well. >> untangle this mess. a lot going on. warnings for days now had we hit the debt ceiling there could have been a default and that default could have sunk the economy. the question now that we have this deal is there already
damage done? maribel aber is here with that. >> it will raise the debt limit until february 7th saving the country from defaulting on its bills. so we can all look forward to this more political back and forth in the not too distant future. some analysts say a default threat could reemerge in february as the treasury department approaches the deadline. markets in south korea and hong kong and shanghai were higher and u.s. futures were lower as many reacted to the settlement and moved on and the dow is up 200 points yesterday. look. we were very close to all-time highs there. s&p 500 was up more than 1%. look. tradings had warned it might downgrade the u.s. credit rating
if the debt ceiling was to trag on. it's totally within their purview even though no default s. the rating agency projects that the u.s. economy will grow 2.4% in the fourth quarter. >> think about that. .6% because of what washington did to itself. that is a self-inflicted wound on the economy there and not a small one either. >> all we did is push this deadline further. how is that going to affect the economy? >> i will call it to be continued. we are hurting the economy as it is. remember, the possibility of a default sends a bad message to the rest of the world. china is the largest creditor of the u.s. the chinese minister welcomes
the resolution by not for the sake of the u.s. but because of what happens here has an impact on entire world economic stability. everywhere. again, we are talking about the self-inflicted wound. we are doing this to ourselves. we could have avoided and righted the ship. we are our own worst enemies. we were talking about it last night too. it's what we lost is what we are afraid of. the growth that we have already lost and we are already in a fragile territory here. >> i hope we are not here talking about this again come january when we hit that next government shutdown date. let's hope there is no shutdown. >> exactly. >> thanks. let's get a look at the weather and check in with albuquerque rah steele. >> could see a few delays maybe around the new york metro airports and laguardia and new jersey and washington and baltimore low clouds and rain and in atlanta, spb low clouds
and thunderstorms. a cold front slowly moving not as much moisture as we had with it but it's slowly reaching the eastern seaboard. cooler temperatures behind the second cold front but the northwest from los angeles to seattle things quiet and pretty comfortable. temperatures here in the southeast, the warmest around the whole country. 88 in tampa and miami. 76 in washington. 72 in new york. expect more clouds than sun with late day rain showers there. 57 and cool in minneapolis. have a great day. i have sad news to report this morning. the american league championship series is all tied up. the tigers -- >> wait. you came in this morning saying this is no big deal. >> we are still there but jake peavy walking in a run in the second inning. that's a bad thing to do in the playoffs, by the way. tigers played strong here. you can see dustin pedroia bobble ago ground ball that could have been a double play and that extended the inning and
the next here was a double that really brought in a number of runs. there you go. just like i said it was going to happen, it happened. there is the double two-run score. the red sox go down 4-0. i'm a sad man at this point, folks, it doesn't get better after this. the red sox ended up losing this game 7-3. game five is tonight at comerica park in detroit. >> i woke up to the headline this morning. the red sox smacked. they are still in it. >> still in it. it's time! home field! they are more than in it. as for the national league championship series, the dodgers stay alive last night. they played a great game. they hit four home runs against the cardinals right there. it was pretty impression. st. louis is still in the driver's seat and up 3-2 needing just one win back in st. louis. that was adrian gonzalez hitting two home runs last night. >> did you just watch all of the highlights or did you watch the game?
>> i watched much of the dodgers/cardinals game. the red sox/detroit game was very late. i fell asleep when they were losing. 5-0 at 8:45 at night is a pretty good sign that i should go to sleep. >> all right. 14 minutes past the hour. >> just to be exact. >> coming up. >> you have to be. just to have people listen and look at it with an objective eye is huge for us at this point because we haven't had that. >> a new hope for justice in the case of a teenage girl who says prosecutors refused to go after the high school football star who raped her. airport shutdown because of what? look at that. a kangaroo? >> visiting for the day. [ female announcer ] the best thing about this bar it's not a candy bar. 130 calories 7 grams of protein the fiber one caramel nut protein bar.
welcome back to "early start." a controversial rape case is now being re-examined after a most prosecutor changed course as he now wants the case involving a teenage group and a powerful family to get a second look. >> i was more than excited. i felt like i was going to be able to work with someone who was actually excited about this case and willing to put forth the real effort. >> reporter: alleged sexual assault victim daisy coleman and her mother say it's a small victory to have their case reopened. >> i've asked the court to point a special prosecuting attorney to conduct an independent review
of the facts and determine whether to refile charges. >> reporter: for the first time, the man at the center of a controversial case is speaking out. prosecutor robert rice under fire after dropping charges in the alleged sexual assault of 14-year-old daisy coleman. while now asking for a separate review of the case, he stands by his actions claiming daisy and her friend paige, another alleged victim, refused to testify. >> i can't go into their minds. i don't know. i can just tell you this, we were very careful, very deliberate to make sure that we recorded that there was no misunderstanding that they understood by when they, at that time, invoked their fifth amendment right that by doing so was going to force the dismissal of the case. >> reporter: the coleman family believes rice dropped the charges against 17-year-old m j matthew barnett not because of lack of evidence but because of rice's deep ties to the
community. >> i think he lots of connection in maryville and we didn't matter. >> reporter: matthew is the grandson of long time state representative rex barnett. can you understand people's suspicions about that? >> sure. i can understand why they think that. i thought if this dragged on i would be pulled into it for political reasons so i naeed a point not to talk to the prosecuting attorney, the sheriff, any of the witnesses directly and i stuck to that. >> reporter: do you have a relationship with the prosecuting attorney robert rice? >> we are acquaintances. not close friends or anything like that. >> reporter: rex barnett retired from politics in 2002. rice became the prosecuting attorney in 2010. one thing is for certain, outrage is growing. maryville mayor jim fall say he and others have received threats
from daisy coleman supporters. >> the vulgarity is unbelievable. >> reporter: he too wants action that could bring back a swift resolution. annika swenson, maryville, missouri. people are trying to have all evidence found in his car and computeses thrown out. lawyers for james holmes say police didn't have a search warrant when they took things for his car and the warrant for the computer they say is not proper. the trial is set for february. holmes is pleading guilty by reason of insanity and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. the owner of the boat where the surviving boston marathon bostoning suspect hit said he is not crazy and not a hero. he tells "the boston globe" he never would have gone into his backyard if he knew dzhokhar
tsarnaev was there. he said he ran into his house and called 911. we told you about this yesterday. an engine burst in flames minutes after takeoff and smoke filling the cabin. the ntsb called workers who were furloughed to look into what is happening. watch this. a kangaroo walks into an airport. this is not a joke. this happened in melbourne. >> it's not walking. jumping vigorously. >> he was inside a pharmacy. authorities had to lock down part of the building until he could be rounded up. the kangaroo apparently had injuries to his feet and teeth and explains why he was at the pharmacy and now resting in the care of a vet. officials say it's not unusual to see kangaroos outside the airport but inside is a whole
>> zoraida told me to come home with some flowers. amazing what happens. i said what do you mean by that? just thinking. sorry. >> that means she'll be happy and she'll be smiling and thrilled about it. unbelievable where his mind goes. 25 minutes past the hour. welcome back. russian divers raising a giant chunk of space rock behind a lake. supposed to be the biggest piece of meteorite 'cha fell from the
sky eight months ago. >> reporter: this was the scene in february as a massive meteor streaked across the sky and turning night into day, it sent shock waves across russia, shattering windows and injuring 1,200 people and causing millions of dollars in damage. scientists say fragments of the space rock crash landed here beneath the ice of this frozen lake near the city of chilibunk. on wednesday, in an operation covered live on russian tv, divers entered the murky water and at the bottom of the lake they found what is believed to be the largest single fragment of the meteorite. it was dragged to shore and weighed where it literally tipped and then broke the scales. >> translator: if it weighs more than 500 kilograms the object is
unique itself and one of the biggest meteorites ever found. >> reporter: it crumbled in several chunks but weighed in at more than 570 kilograms. scientists want to confirm this is the indeed the meteorite they have been searching for. >> translator: the niche visual survey doesn't give up 100% certainty. we need to conduct more research and structural analysis and other tests. >> reporter: when it ended earth's atmosphere, scientist sfimted the meteor weighed 10,000 tons and a fraction of that size now but scientists are confident they made an out of this world discovery. >> this is really, really cool. >> if you were wondering how much is 570 kilograms in pounds? 1,256. >> that's a heavy meteorite that they pulled up from there. congratulations to them. very, very cool. coming up for us, an 11th
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habit of governing by crisis. >> breaking news overnight. crisis averted for now. a deal for now. raising the debt ceiling and reopening the government for now. signed by president obama. but what are the special favors hidden inside this bill? this might surprise you. >> please welcome new jersey's next senator mayor cory booker. >> cory booker becomes the newest u.s. senator there in a contentious race that brought
out heavy hitters from republican and democrat race. >> they are wild animals. >> a florida man arrested for keeping an alligator as a pet in the most unusual of races. welcome back to "early start." >> the government is open for business. now that both sides have come together to reach a deal to end the shutdown and raise the debt ceiling. what time did that happen? >> 12:30 a.m., a mere four hours ago. >> it will fund the government through mid january and extend the debt ceiling into early february. federal workers will receive their pay dating back to the start of the shutdown although there is wording there in that says that will eventually
happen. negotiations will begin between the house and the senate and a longer term budget deal. in the end, 27 republicans in the senate and 87 in the house joined with democrats to get that plan through but it wasn't without a lot of hand wringing and a lot of anger from those who started the standoff. >> this deal embodies everything about the washington establishment that frustrates the american people. >> we disrupted their lives. >> there's no reason why he can't work on the issues at hand. why we can't disagree between the parties, while still being greble and make sure we don't inflict harm on the american people while we have disagreements. >> they will talk about the next
steps in picking a committee that will talk about the future of federal spending and the debt and hopefully craft a plan to take the federal government through the next year. >> for more on what is in the bill, let's turn to cnn's athena jones. she is live with us in washington this morning. there's actually some stuff in there that is quite a surprise to a lot of people and outrage to a few people too. >> reporter: good morning, john. some people may call it pork. the bill is 35 pages and our folks are pored through it and here are some of the other things addressed in this bill. one is 2.2 billion for an ohio river dam project between kentucky and illinois. there's 636 million dollars for firefighting for the interior
department and the forest service. 450 million dollars for flood damaged roads in colorado and 294 million dollars for the v.a. to reduce benefits claimed backlogs. so it depends on your perspective whether you call this money fork or say it's something necessary money that is doing morn and necessary work. >> the kentucky project jumped out to a lot of people because senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is from state and some saying it sweetened the whole process for him. some point out pork in politics greases the deal and it has made dealing a lot harder and leave that aside for a second and talk about what happens for the hundreds of thousands people who have been furloughed over the last 16 days during this shutdown. how quickly will these government workers get back on the job?
>> one quick mention. i should tell you an aide for senator mcconnell said he did not ask for the money on this dam projects. others asked for those funds. as for furloughed workers, they are due back on the job today. that word went out last night. these hundreds of thousands of folks who have been at home not checking their blackberries and ordered in many cases not to check their blackberries are supposed to show up this morning. the real question is how many of these hundreds of thousands will show up today. how many will get the word. how quickly will they get the word? we know that at the department of defense when hundreds of thousands of civilian employees were called back to works some folks showed up the next day and said their fellow employees called other fellow employees telling them to come back twork. it's interesting how many walk through the doors today. >> the budget negotiations, we will first talks today between
paul ryan and patty murray. we have had supercommittees and groups of representatives and senators talking about the subject stuff before and it did not work out well. >> that is the big question mark here. it's one of the criticisms of these committees, the fact they haven't managed to do the hard work that needs to be done. everyone acknowledges there are big challenges. everyone acknowledges there is hard work ahead and coming to agreements on entitlement reform, tax reform, whether new tax revenues will be part of any budget deal. yet nothing ever comes of it. our own brianna keilar asked the president last night after his statement in the press briefing room at the white house, will we be on at this point in january if another government shutdown is within reach? he said no. but the past hasn't given us many positive indications what could happen. we hope this has taught both sides a lesson and the people will finally come together and
make some progress on these issues but whether or not that's going to happen and whether it's going to happen in time, it's still a question mark. >> let's hope it does happen, though, this time more quickly. ath athena jones, thank you for waking up with us. the government shutdown was largely blamed on a small group of republicans. its leader? senator ted cruz of texas. it's not only democrats upset. their hard line strategy has drawn a divided line within the republican party. here is cnn's brian todd. >> reporter: on the senate floor, john mccain slammed the partisanship on both sides during this shutdown. >> it's one of the more shameful chapters that i have seen. >> reporter: but in print, he was much tougher on his own caucus telling "the new york times," republicans have to understand we have lost this battle as i predicted weeks ago we would not be able to win. mccain's republican ally lindsey graham says the gop really did
go too far, we screwed. former republican congressman mickey edwards says while he believes president obama was too inflexible in this standoff it's the republicans who overreached by hammering on obama care. >> the public is not going to believe that the president is responsible, especially when they are trying to undo a law that has already been enaccidte. when you tie it in with the debt ceiling and possible reneging on the people the american people spent and owe, i don't think it's a message republicans can win. >> reporter: senator ted cruz has been from the party and comparing him to his predecessor kay bailey hutchinson saying cruz is part of the problem in specific situations where hutchinson would have been part of the solution. another conservative group whose tactics under fire is heritage action for america.
it wavered americans to keep fighting against obama care and those who didn't by blasting out their scorecards. their leader di missed it. >> they should focus on obama care and the way it's ruining peoples lives and not settling tactics. >> reporter: the party will still question the tactics of its own hard liners. >> has that line of argument, that political strategy been discredited by this defeat, there's no other word for it and does that then allow other voices in the caucus to argue for a different direction? >> reporter: another big question coming out of this? does john boehner keep his speakership? gop strategists we spoke to said he likely will, that he has the votes to stay in, and who would want want job any way? especially after this. brian todd, cnn, washington. we have other political news to tell you about this morning. cory booker has won the special election to be the next senator
from new jersey. booker ended up winning by about ten points which is what the polls had been showing the last few days. maybe not as much as he led earlier in this race but ten points is still a pretty big margin. he pledged that he will work to bridge the divide in washington between right and left. good luck with that. >> we must do better because when better is possible, even good is not enough. we are america! we are founded to be great, not good. to be great. and that is why i'm going to washington. >> it's time for others now to step up. step up to the plate to run for office in your local communities, become activists, not to be afraid to run for congress. who would expect a small town mayor to come this close from upsetting the u.s. senate seat? >> this close was not that close as it was ten points. cory booker will finish out the term for the late frank lautenberg who died in june.
south dakota ranchers are still reeling from a devastating snowstorm that left entire herds devastated. they say don't send us food or money. send us cows. they need heifers to replenish their herds. it may take another two weeks to nail down how many cows were killed by that storm. >> many, many cows. >> it was awful. thousands is what he said. we have a surprising discovery for you now. soaking in a florida hot tub. detectives were serving a drug-related search warrant when they stumbled on to an alligator. tony wells told police the gator was in the tub when he moved it so he fed it chicken, lots of chicken. this comes as unwelcome news for neighbors. >> it's kind of crazy. i have cats. i'm a little concerned who else
has crazy pets. >> reporter: have you seen the alligator around or anything? >> no, i haven't and i'm happy for that. >> reporter: the alligator is soaking in the hot tub. >> i didn't know they liked hot tubs. isn't it a little warm in there. >> reporter: the police say they had not seen the alligator. i'm not sure i'd get in there. doesn't look clean to me. he was relieved on 500 dollars bond and no word on what happens for the gator. there is a special hot tub for him somewhere, i'm sure. >> these stories, these al gato alligators in florida. senator lindsey graham gives his take on the government shutdown coming up next.
welcome back. it is time now for prime time pop. it's the best from cnn's prime time interviews. first up, we have been calling at the time 13th hour deal in washington. >> because it was the 13th hour. a major crisis aconverted but they say it cost the economy 24 billion. erin burnett speak about the consequences and if we will have to do it all over again in january. >> we said back in june we thought raising the debt ceiling would be acrimonious, which it
has been so this is in lined with our thinking. we said then we would get a deal at the 11th hour and getting that now. this has kind of baked into our aa plus rating. the reason we are not at aa is a couple of reasons but the main reason the fact you have to work about the u.s. government paying its debt on time would indicate the government is not worthy of a aaa rating. >> one final question to you. the deal tonight is going to delay the debt ceiling a few more months, as you know, right? that is pretty pathetic no way, better than defaulting the next few weeks but not good. is this something you see as a positive? i would imagine not at all. >> well, we think that it will be back here in january debating the same issues and that given the composition of congress, that it will be probably still acrimonious and we will just have to see.
we will have to see, you know, where we are then, but this is, i fear, a permanent feature of our budgetary process. >> on "ac 360" republican senator lindsey graham seconded that motion and saying nobody here comes out a winner. >> the debt wasn't affected at all. obama care wasn't changed in any real measure. our numbers went down and if you think those polls are wrong, you're kidding yourself. the president was awol i thought during a time of national crisis. harry reid kept moving the goalposts whenever we tried to get a deal. everybody lost. if you like this, maybe a sequel is in the mix for january. if we do this again in january -- >> is the can being kicked down the road here? >> totally. name one thing in this deal that changed the underlying faults in obama care that we in a bipartisan fashion agree with
and but this is the best mitch could do because we overplayed our hands so badly. by the end we had just a pair of twos. it's not us winning or losing. our system up here is completely broken. >> on "piers morgan" live richard quest summed it up as only he can. >> as at the end of the day this is the most overused phrase of the moment. this is the can that is kicked down the road. now if you this battered old can and look how many times it's been kicked, right? in fiscal year 2011, it was kicked eight times down the road and in fiscal year 2012 it was kicked down the rote and in this year, twice down the road.
the first debt ceiling crisis, nasty and hard. the u.s. lost its aaa credit rating. then you had the fiscal cliff and sequester across the board so we are back with our miserable -- >> amazing that can is still surviving, isn't it? >> it's just surviving. it's leaking and just surviving. i'm sorry. at the end of the day, that is the problem. >> people with accents talking about cans. a much abused can there. richard quest makes a task point. it will get another kick. hopefully, it stops being moved, though, come january. coming up for us next, it was a big night for baseball. maybe bad. four teams vying to play in the world series but only two can come out victorious. so who were they? and why was it so wrong last night? andy scholes breaks it down for us in "the bleacher report" coming up after the break. wó
got it tell you the tigers got it all going on last night in game four of the alcs. that series is now all tied up. andy scholes joins us now with "the bleacher report." good morning. >> good morning. the tigers had to have last night's game if they wanted to get back in the series and if you're not scoring at all in game three, the bats finally showed up. tigers jumped on jake peavy in the second inning scoring five runs. that was plenty for starter doug fister. detroit goes on to win the game 7-3. they each the series at two games apiece. game five is tonight at 8:00 eastern. at first base, number 23, adrian eye yi yi gonzalez! batting sixth, in right field, number 66, he says the cubr is
real. yasiel puig. >> the dodgers bringing in the star power to help them stay live in the nlcs. will farrell pumping up the crowd. dodgers hit four home runs in this game. two off the bat of adrian gonzalez. gonzalez throwing up the mickey miscellaneous ears and a clear jab at adam wainwright after he said the dodgers were doing mickey mouse stuff. the drama surrounding peyton manning's homecoming to indy this sunday. jim irsay saying it was great having peyton manning but in the end, he only won one super bowl. yeah. broncos head coach john fox called the comments disappointing and inappropriate. when asked about it yesterday, peyton took the no comment
we have been locked in a fight over here trying to -- trying to bring government down to size and trying to do our best to stop obama care and we fought the good fight. we just didn't win. >> i want to thank the leadership for coming together and getting this done. hopefully, next time, it won't be in the 11th hour. >> breaking news overnight. a last-minute deal reached to avert economic catastrophe and reopen the government this morning. we are breaking down the compromise that was reached by congress. signed by the president. reaction from wall street and why, despite all of the celebration, we could be in this very same spot in just a few months. >> welcome to "early start".
i'm zoraida sambolin. >> i'm john berman. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. the sound you hear this morning from washington is a big monday ejts si monumental sigh of leaf. reopening the government and staving off the debt crisis that could have led to economic disaster. the president signed it into law just after midnight. here are the details for you this morning. the deal will fund the government through mid january and extend the debt ceiling into early february. federal workers will receive pay dating back to the start of the shutdown, although in that bill it says will it take a little time for that on-to-happen. negotiations begin between the house and the senate on a longer term budget deal. 81-18 and those who voted against were all republicans. many of their gop colleagues did say yes. the house approved the deal. voting after 10:00 p.m., the result there much closer with
most republicans saying no. jim acosta begins our coverage. >> the motion is adopted. >> reporter: just as the nation was on the brink, the house of representatives blinked. and passed the better senate compromise to raise the nation's debt ceiling. after a 16-day shutdown, the federal government will come back to life. thousands of employees returning to work in washington to critical medical research programs, to national parks, even the panda cam and the national zoo. >> we will begin reopening our government immediately. >> reporter: when the end was in sight but before the house had voted, the president came out to say he is willing to work with both parties in the future. >> i am willing to work with anybody. i'm eager to work with anybody. democrat, republican, house or senate members on any idea that will grow our economy and create new jobs and strengthen the middle class and get our physical house in order. >> reporter: house speaker
light to the deal after he dropped changes for obama care in exchange for an end to the standoff. >> we have been locked in a fight over here trying to bring government down to size and trying to do our best to stop obama care and we fought the good fight but we just didn't win. >> reporter: even some agreed the strategy failed. >> the folks who said we were going to lose turned out to be correct. i can't argue with that. >> reporter: but in a sign to come, one of the architects of the obama care or bust plan texas senator ted cruz vowed to keep fighting. >> the way we are going to stop the suffering, the harms that are being visited on millions of americans is the path we have seen these past couple of months is the american people rising up. >> reporter: cruz making his wish. the deal only reopens the government until mid january and pushes back another default until february but the president told cnn not to worry. >> reporter: is this going to happen all over again in a few months? >> no. >> reporter: jim acosta, cnn, washington. >> let's hope we are not going through this again in a few
months. the big question is what happens next? work begins on this, this morning, the head of the senate budget committee patty murray and budget chair paul ryan will meet to go to find a long-term compromise here. athena jones is live with us in washington. can we expect from this meeting this morning? >> reporter: they will talk about the challenge ahead. a phrase we hear when talking about the difficulties in reaching a deal. they are trying to find a deal that would give a budget for the fiscal year 2014 for the rest of the year. that goes until september 30th. but we know that there are -- these are compromises that have eluded both parties over the last several years. this is why we have had so many budget battles. big issues loom, things like entitlement reform, tax reform, whether there will be any new tax revenues and whether democrats will be able to undue
the forced spending cuts. bigger cuts are set to kick in after january 15th and why democrats are happier with the shorter time on the spending bill. a lot to be worked through here. many have taken pledges not to raise taxes and we know some resistance on the republican side when it comes to entitlement reform. we hear common ground and big challenges and difficulties are ahead and both parties recognize that. >> look. politics is not a game and there were real people hurt there. some 800,000 workers who were furloughed for at least some of the time here. as i said, not game. . still a lot of people talking about the winners and losers in political terms here. what do you think? >> what is interesting here is that all of this started out with republican demands to either dismantle or defund or delay or somehow make big changes to obama care and they didn't get that. the only thing that treats obama
care in this piece of legislation is income verification requirement for folks who are going to get subsidies to buy health insurance on these obama care exchanges. and certainly in the polls, republicans have taken a big battering. they are getting the brunt of the blame for all of this. some people in their party acknowledge they are going to have to rebuild. this is who it's looking like is the big loser right now. on the winner's side, president obama, many would argue, he held firm. he took the lesson from 2011 in the fight over the debt ceiling then in which he did budge and decided he's not going to do it again. certainly the white house probably feels vindicated this morning because there weren't any changes to obama care and there weren't a big, big changes to this law that we all knew wasn't going to happen in the end nivert. >> hundreds of thousands of workers locked out of their jobs the last couple of weeks clear losers in some ways also. when can they get back on the
job? >> reporte >> reporter: they have been ordered back this morning but the big question is whether they will get the message. you could see people trickle in or turn up and some who do turn up spend some of their time contacting the others who didn't and letting them know that the deal has been reached and it's time to come back. >> back to work this morning. athena jones, thanks. >> thanks. the warnings for days now have been default could sink the economy. now we have a deal but is the damage already done? maribel aber is here with more on that and how much this costs. >> costs billions appear get to that in a second. we have been saying this deal only funds the government until january 15th and raise the debt limit until february 7th saving the country from defaulting on its bills. you could say somewhat delaying inevitable having to have this discussion again and looking forward to more tennis laws back and forth on this front in the not too distant future.
some analysts say a default threat to come back in february and treasury department approaches extended borrowing limit once again. now what? let's look at the market. asian markets rose and markets in australia and south korea and hong kong higher but in the u.s. futures were lower. investors may have reacted to the settlement and moved on. analysts i've talked to said they have been advising their clients to ignore the headlines. look at the market. >> this is exactly what they thought would happen. they bet on this exactly right. >> they had it right. dow up 200 points and nasdaq up and s&p 500 points away from a record and hitting that date in last september. fitch warned it might downgrade the u.s. credit rating if the situation were to drag on. we will see whether that happens or whether they change their mind on that.
analysts from standard & poor's say the partial government shutdown took a 24 billion dollar bite out of the u.s. economy. the rating agency predicts the rate will grow and down from its forecast of 3% growth rate shutdown projected from the prior to the shutdown. the real concern will we get the growth back. >> everybody talking about kicking the can down the road. we had it early in the show. the consequences to the economy. >> ceos and wall street is looking at that as well. one optimistic view i heard out maybe this will give lawmakers a little bit of time to get it right and come up with the solution. that is being totally dramatically optimistic and only bright side i see but another here we go again and hopefully we don't have to have this discussion after the next
deadline. >> they have not and shown much aptitude to get together and getting things done. newark mayor cory booker is the new member of the senate. >> he will finish out the term of the late frank lautenberg. both parties called it a referendum on president obama's policies and opinion of the tea party. >> too many people are forgetting that the lines that divide us are nothing compared to those ties that bind us. it forgets the cynical attitude and forgets the idea that, that ideal, the truth that we are all in this together. >> i'm going to go back into the private sector, going to do what i put my money where my mouth is and build a business and create jobs and i think my wife probably likes to hear that. >> it's likely to take a few weeks before the election
results are certified and booker can officially join the senate. new jersey governor chris christie expects the process to be completed by early november. >>
big changes could soon be becoming to the nsa. the director of the spy agency and top deputy are expected to leave in the coming year and giving president obama a chance to appoint his own replacements. keith alexander has led the agency since 2005 and longest tenure ever for an nsa director. folks say the decision to leave was long planned and not reaction to recent revelations about surveillance practices. the nsa is apparently playing a key role in the cia's drone program overseas. documents reviewed showing information gathered by that agency is factoring into the decisions about who to target with the drone strikes. much of the details however were not published at the request of intelligence officials. international team reporting progress and destroying syria's
chemical weapons stockpile. the director says its inspectors have visited 11 sites and destroyed critical weapons at six of them. they will begin to eliminate chemical agents in november. thousands have crossed into bulgaria illegally since this fighting began. feet will run along a mountainous region along turkey and the fence cost $3.5 million. there are a lot of countries around the world doing good things to represent the refugees out. let's get a check of the weather with indra petersons. >> the cold front is making its way east. so minimal out there and i'll show you where that front
currently lies. you can see it slowly expected overnight tonight to make its way off shore. as far as how much rain we are expecting we saw it on the radar. generally light overall in the next 24 hours really only an inch and not necessarily even everywhere. kind of scattered with the sl. very moisture starved. even on the tail end of it we are getting a hint more. we will start to see a little bit of those light showers. still spreading into the gulf itself. the rain amounts, same thing. just about an inch. nice out there. very light rain across the area. the other side of this is that second front that is going to bring even cold air in for the weekend. it's going to bring a little bit of snow. those first flurries in denver are expected today. going to be looking for just a hint of that. it gets cold this weekend. and it stays cold. >> very little rain. really dry fall. >> i'll take that. >> wait until the snow gets
here. thank you. >> 12 minutes past the hour. coming up. >> just to have people listen and look at it with an objective eye is huge for us at this point because we haven't had that. >> the new hope for justice in the case of a teenage girl who says prosecutors refused to go after the high school football star who they say raped her. plus. >> they are wild animals. i don't like anything to be too close. >> a florida man arrested for keeping an alligator as a pet in a really unusual place. plus, it is time for your morning rhyme. tweet us with your own original verse. #earlystart and #morning rhyme and we will read the best ones on the air in our next half hour. >> do it now! [ female announcer ] the best thing about this bar it's not a candy bar. 130 calories 7 grams of protein the fiber one caramel nut protein bar.
the prosecutors originally dropped charges against a 17-year-old football star accused of raping 14-year-old daisy coleman. the family says the decision not to pursue charges was because of the suspect's tie to a powerful political family. the prosecutor is now insisting the investigation was thorough but public trust must be restored. >> i've asked the court to appoint a special prosecuting attorney to conduct an independent review of the facts and determine whether to refile charges. >> just to have people listen and look at it with an objective eye is huge for us at this point because we haven't had that. >> daisy coleman says it means to have as much as public support as she is now receiving. lawyers for a man accused in a colorado moving massacre are moving to have any evidence found in his car and computer thrown out. they say the police had no
search warrant for that car and the search warrant for the computer was not a proper warrant. holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. he says he is not crazy and also not a hero. the owner of the boat where boston marathon dzhokhar tsarnaev hid is now speaking out about the night that he found him. david hedberry tells "the boston globe" he never would have gone to his backyard if he knew tsarnaev was there. when he spotted tsarnaev he ran back into the house shaking and he dialed 911. billionaire mark cuban has been found together. they say he sold off an investment despite knowing confidential information that might have affected the stock price. the jury disagreed and taking less than four hours to deliberate the case. florida detectives made a surprising discovery this week. what did they find? an alligator in a hot tub.
they were serving a drug-related search warrant at the time. the home's resident told them the alligator was there when he moved in. >> really? >> the neighbors were stunned when they heard this news. >> it's kind of crazy. i have cats. i'm a little concerned who else has crazy pets. >> reporter: have you seen the alligator around? >> no. and i'm happy for that. >> tony wells told police he has been feeding the gator chicken. apparently a lot of chicken. the detectives say they have never seen anything like this. wells was arrested on charges illegally keeping an ail gator and later relieved on 500 bopnd. as for what happens to the alligator, we are yet to hear. we take you inside the kenya mall as terrorists attack. we are live in nairobi with the
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so she could take her dream to the next level. so we talked about her options. her valuable assets were staying. and selling her car wouldn't fly. we helped sydney manage her debt and prioritize her goals, so she could really turn up the volume on her dreams today... and tomorrow. so let's see what we can do about that... remodel. motorcycle. [ female announcer ] some questions take more than a bank. they take a banker. make a my financial priorities appointment today. because when people talk, great things happen. welcome back to "early start." when terrorists attacked the westgate mall in nairobi last month the only way to figure out what happened was the stories from survivors. cnn has stained access to some of the surveillance mall video. much of what we are about to
show you is -- our reporter is live in nairobi. you've gone through hours of this dramatic footage. what does it show you? >> well, it is a really difficult watch. john, at the same time, as you said, it is so important to see with our own eyes the kaush indifference of the killing and given there are so many unanswered questions still. most importantly, this footage gives us a small window into what actually happened on that day on that saturday in september in nairobi. >> reporter: a first look at a nightma nightmare. cnn stained surveillance video inside the kenya mall massacre that took 67 lives and injured hundreds. watch as shoppers run for their
lives. a wounded man tries crawling to safety but the gunman returns. outside, helicopters circle and you can hear the gunfire coming from al shabaab. survivors run to where they can to survive. some hide in the stairwell and others in stores. a body on the mall floor is shot repeatedly. at a mall restaurant, staff and customers coward behind the counter as a plain clothes officer. in a supermarket the massacre continues. surveillance video shows hostage roundup has begun. a bloody teenage girl follows, her hands in the air as a gunman
points the way. hours later, they are released. back inside the hostage takers are spotted on the phone. authorities believe they are receiving instructions from outside the mall. one of them appears to be looking for surveillance cameras and there are even long periods of time where the attackers appear relaxed. at one point, taking time for prayers. this is just a fraction of the surveillance video recorded as most of it is too horrifying to broadcast. only the first day of a four-day nightmare for kenya. it's been three weeks now, john, and people still don't know what happened to their loved ones in that attack. they are still trying to bring bodies out from under that rubble. 25 people, we understand from the kenya red cross, are still unaccounted for. >> i got to say that footage is simply chilling, the body language among the shooters chilling, the relentless
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please welcome new jersey's next senator, mayor cory booker. >> a rising star winning a contentious new jersey senate race and brought in the heavy hitters from both political parties. there are kids in this neighborhood so it is a little scary. >> come over to your tv. what would you do when you saw this? a town on edge when a family of bears decide to move on in. >> that's a big family of bears! welcome back to "early start." you'll want to stick around for that one. i'm john berman. >> wow. i'm zoraida sambolin. clearly we did not see that video ahead of time! >> that is impressive. >> we are as shocked as you are. >> also impressed that congress did something and we can all
exhale. a deal is done. yea! congress passed it and the president signed it into law at 12:30 a.m. end the government shutdown and raise the debt ceiling fleece temporariat least taeemporarily. here are the compromises. federal workers will receive pay dating back to the start of the shutdown and negotiations will begin between the house and the senate on a longer term budget deal. in the end, 27 republicans in the senate, the mantle of republicans in the senate, and 87 in the house, that is a minority in the house, joined with democrats to get the plan through. it was not without a lot of hand wringing and a lot of anger from those who really were responsible for starting the standoff. >> this is a terrible deal. this deal embodies everything about the washington establishment that frustrates
the american people. >> i think it was a shameful chapter that what we did to the american people. i mean we put people out of work. we disrupted their lives. >> there's no reason why we can't work on the issues at hand, why we can't disagree between the parties, while still being agreeable. >> the first day of everybody's lives begin this morning. paul ryan will meet with his senate counterpart party murray this morning to talk about the next steps in picking a committee that will talk about the future of federal spending and debt and hopefully, hopefully crafting a plan to take the government through the next fiscal year. for more on what is in that bill, let's turn to cnn's athena jones who is live in washington this morning. i think you said 30 pages worth of this bill and there's some pork in there.
some say necessary and other folks think differently. >> a lot in here doesn't have to do with reopening the debt ceiling. a few of them is 1.2 billion dollar for an ohio river dam project between kentucky and illinois. there was some talk that senate minority leader mitch mcconnell nell, did he push for this? his aides say no. others pushed for this. 636 million for firefighting for the interior department and the forest service and 450 million for the flood damaged roads in colorado. those are just some of the examples of what has been attached to this bill. so it's reopening the government but it's also doing a few other things. >> let's talk about all of the
government workers that were furloughed. because we know that they actually were not receiving paychecks and eventually i guess the government is going to get back on track with that. when are they going to get back to their jobs? >> well, they are supposed to get back today. the order went out last night that because both houses passed this bill, the president signed it, the government is open for business and normal operations starting today again. so some of these workers may not get the message. are they watching tv late at night to see what happens? they are not necessarily checking their blackberries because they have been ordered not to do so. we will see how many come back to work and how quickly all of those hundreds of thousands of folks are back on the job. >> athena jones live in washington for us, so happy to have you with us this morning. thank you. >> texas senator ted cruz is pledging to keep on fighting despite this deal and his actions are drawing the ire of the houston chronicle his hometown paper. they endorsed cruz last year but
now publishing a editorial they wish kay bailey hutchinson was still serving and saying cruz is part of the problem in washington. cory booker is winning a special election to be the next senator from new jersey. his margin of victory was ten points despite a push from his opponent. booker is closely allied with president obama and says he will work to bridge the divide between the right and the left. >> we must do better because when better is possible, even good is not enough. we are america! we are founded to be great, not good. to be great. and that is why i'm going to washington. >> it's time for others now to step up. step up to the plate to run for office in your local communities, become activists, not to be afraid to run for congress. who would expect a small town mayor to come this close from upsetting the u.s. senate seat?
>> booker will finish out the term of the late senator frank lautenberg who died in june. he is expected to be sworn in after all the results are certified and that should be sometime in early november. south dakota ranchers are still reeling from a devastating snowstorm that left entire herds devastated. what we are asking for, they say don't send us blankets or food. they want you to send them pregnant cows. they need the heifers help to replenish their herds. it may take another two weeks to nail down how many cows were killed by that storm. it was a lot. >> they were reporting thousands upon thousands killed. >> it was one of the deadliest listeria outbreak in the united states that killed 33 people and two colorado farmers have worked out a deal with federal prosecutors to enter a guilty plea in that case. the brothers jensen were facing six counts of introducing adult
rated food into tainted ka cantaloupes in 2011. gay tifs hope a judge would make an immediate decision on a lawsuit filed by a gay couple seeking the right to we had. instead he said on wednesday the issues merit a trial. rules for production of marijuana and retail sales proofed by the state authorities on wednesday. beginning next year, anyone 21 an over can buy one ounce of marijuana at over 300 state licensed stores. washington is the second state to make it legal, following colorado's lead. fightening moments aboard alaskan airline flight. they made an emergency landing in oakland that may have been a bird strike. they had just taken off in san
jose, when reportedly a bird ran into the engine. they landed safely and passengers put on another flight and luckily no injuries. investigation into the real scary engine fire on a jet flying from dallas to atlanta. we brought this story yesterday. an engine burst into flames minutes after takeoff. you saw in the cabin, it filled up with smoke. the ntsb says it recalled workers furloughed by the government shutdown and urged into beginning looking into what just happened, so no answers just yet. it's thursday. what will the weather be like for us outside? indra petersons is here with more! >> we are definitely talking about mild temperatures this morning. look at the 50s, especially in the northeast. looks like new york 62 and philly 63 degrees this morning. the reason for that is what we are in, we call the warm sector. i know, too dorky for you but a
warm fron and warm air coming in from the south. we know it's going to change baugh here comes the cold front. that changes everything. it means we get the cold, dry air in from canada instead. it also means light rain. you can see that front making its way across with light rain in the vicinity. if you're into the new york area or mid-atlantic northeast look for the showers overnight tonight and into tomorrow and very light. talking about only about an inch of rain. no matter what weather ohio valley into the northeast and really all the way into even into the gulf on the tail end of that system. we will see cool air once we get that, it will stay because another one is whipping by. >> we talk about media bias. you have such an aversion to cold. i think it affects your job. >> for everyone out there like me, a total plus. >> you should take a look when you say cold, right, air? >> 68, right, john? >> cold! >> thanks. we have heard certain ways that airports get shut down.
bad weather and bomb threats. this one is highly unusual. take a look what shut down an airport in melbourne, australia. it bounced across the screen there. that was a kangaroo. it wandered into the terminal and went into the pharmacy there. >> why? >> the kangaroo apparently had some injuries to his feet and teeth. unclear if he had it before or after going into the airport. maybe he just wanted some meds. >> it shut down the airport temporarily. >> how cute. >> they were able to catch the kangaroo. he is now resting in the care of a veterinarian. >> they will make him much better. >> officials say it's not rare to see the marsupials outside the airport but not inside. >> gingerly removing the kangaroo, happy ending. coming up next, residents shaken when they meet their newest neighbors. forget the kangaroo. check out this family of bears!
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adt. always there. residents of one georgia subdivision. look who moved in. bears. a family of bears. a female and her cubs running down the street in the atlanta suburbs. the residents came out and started taking pictures there apparently. there were some worries. there were kids playing nearby. it is not something people who live in that community, they say they have never seen anything like this before. >> i'm not sure if they were searching for food or what they were doing but they could have just been trying to find a way out of the subdivision. there are a lot of kids in this neighborhood so it is a little scary. >> look. the suburbs are great. i moved out to the suburbs also. >> but the bears moved in. >> the bears left the area
without incidence. they went back to the woods there. >> i would be scared about the kids playing outside. what do you do? what do you do? >> i don't know. >> i don't know either. all right. time now for our morning rhyme. we have no answers for you but we do have rhyming stuff. these are the best tweets of the day. the first is from von hep. he writes what i add to morning brew is cnn morning news. no more shutdown. i am happy. but still, it seems, like it's crappy. >> i love that. >> well done. that's a long morning rhyme. very good. >> this one comes from our friend rob barnett. berman, where the bobblehead today? i guess after last night's loss, you put it away. >> take a lot of heat for the red sox. they are now tied 2-2 against the tigers. >> you say you're not worried? >> they are tied. a long way to go. >> you can help us come up with your own tweets. #morning rhyme or early start. send them our way and we read
the best ones on the air. thank you all so much for playing along. let's take a look what is coming up on "new day." chris cuomo and kate bolduan join us this morning. >> i hope you're having a happy morning. a happy morning for thousands of federal workers who are able to head back to work this morning. we are live for you on capitol hill where hours ago congress passed that deal to reopen the government and raise the debt limit and president obama signed it just after the midnight deadline. we are going to break down what is inside the deal, what it means for you, and we are going to talk to several lawmakers, including senator john mccain and nick mulvaney about their vote and what this means for battles going forward as well. chris? >> all right. we are also going to be piecing together the story that has shocked the country. once again, we have a kid who took their own life because they were being bullied. this time a sheriff arrested two
two minors, 12 yorled and 14-year-old girls. we will see what they say. they are telling a different story. we will have the sheriff who is piecing this together. we are trying to do our best to keep this story in the light to deal with the problem that troubles us too often as a country. so we are going to take that on this morning on "new day." >> an important discussion. four teams vying to play in the world series but only two have come out victorious. who is pulling ahead? andy scholes is breaking it all down after the break. baron of the build-out. you need a permit... to be this awesome. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. (aaron) purrrfect. (vo) meee-ow, business pro. meee-ow.
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bleacher report." break it down because john berman is dying to relive every moment! >> i'm sure he is not ready to win this. the tigers had to have last night's game if they wanted to get back in the series and if you're not scoring at all in game three, the bats finally showed up. tigers came out reorganize in the second inning scoring five runs off jake peavy. that was plenty for starter doug fister. detroit goes on to win the game 7-3. they even the series at two games apiece. game five is tonight at 8:00 eastern. >>th in right field, number 66, he said the comrade ray is real. yasiel puig! >> the dodgers bringing in the star power to help them stay live in the nlcs. will farrell pumping up the crowd. creative introductions. it must have worked. the dodgers hadn't hit a home run all series. they hit a team playoff record
yesterday, hitting four home runs. two off the bat of adrian gonzalez. gonzalez throwing up the mickey miscellaneous ears and a clear jab at adam wainwright after he said gonzalez had done some mickey miscellaneous stuff. the drama surrounding peyton manning's homecoming to indy this sunday. earlier in the week, colts owner jim irsay saying it was great having peyton manning but in the end, he only won one super bowl. broncos head coach john fox called the comments disappointing and inappropriate. when asked about it yesterday, peyton took the no comment approach. peyton's dad archie, one of 13 people, selected to be on the new committee that will decide which four college football teams make the playoffs. the most surprising name on the committee is former secretary of state condoleezza rice. despite never working direct in college athletics, rice says she has what it takes because she is no stranger to making tough
decisions. >> good point. >> they will release rankings every other week. rice said to her schedule and head-to-head matchups is a big deal when they decide who goes to the playoffs. she hopes it encourage big schools like alabama not play north texas. >> secretary rice is a huge sports fan. a huge football fan. she was knows college sports there and i think her presence on that committee is a terrific thing. i have spoken! we will be back after the break. the day we rescued riley was a truly amazing day. he was a matted mess in a small cage. so that was our first task, was getting him to wellness. without angie's list, i don't know if we could have found all the services we needed for our riley. from contractors and doctors to dog sitters and landscapers, you can find it all on angie's list. we found riley at the shelter, and found everything he needed at angie's list.
ah. the soothing sounds of van halen in the morning! >> whatever. >> when you say the name van halen, when you hear the music, this one thing comes to mind. it is the shredding rockin' guitar. would you be confused by a design company with that name? the band is now viewing kelly van halen, the wife of former drummer alex van halen for using her last name as the name for hur construction and interior design business. they do lovely reupholstereupho. they are business, her interior design business is infringing on their trademark. she did drapes, perhaps? >> van halen drapes? >> what is wrong with van halen drapery? >> it's her last name. >> that was david lee roth. who do you like better, david
lee roth or sammy hagar? >> neither. >> david lee roth? it's a no-brainer. all right, everybody. it's time for your "new day." here is the top news. we fought a good fight. we just didn't win. >> breaking overnight. the shutdown finally over. the debt ceiling raised. a possible crisis averted. the president signing the bill early this morning after a brutal congressional battle. we begin again. government workers returning. national parks reopening. but the question this morning, lesson learned? how do we avoid going through this all over again just months from now? cnn worldwide exclusive. the chilling surveillance tapes from inside the kenyan mall during that terrorist attack last month. what the tape shows of the gunmen's brutal tactics.
your "new day" starts right now. this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. another beautiful sight this morning and a good morning to all of you. welcome to "new day," thursday, october 17th, 6:00 in the east. we are live in washington again for you this morning. and to borrow a phrase from a past crisis, the long national nightmare is over. if only for just a few months. at 12:30 this morning, president obama signed a bill that raised the debt ceiling and re-opened the government. 16 days after the government shut down. chris? >> remember that. two long weeks. hundreds of thousands of government workers and their families forced to make it without pay. all that time, congress fought with itself and with the president to no effect. gett p