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1776 feet tall, a number symbolizing freedom and a proud day for many new yorkers. anderson? >> isha, thanks very much. that's it for us. thanks for watching. "early start" begins right now. the president should honor the commitment the federal government made those people. >> president obama hitting a new low. his popularity is plummeting, as he faces tough criticism from tough leaders of his own party as well. could the white house do anything to turn this mess around? everything's gone. our houses. everything. there's nothing to eat. there's nothing to drink. >> the devastation is growing in the philippines this morning. the relief moving in so slowly to the typhoon survivors who so badly need it. we're live with the latest developments on the ground
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there. and a major health alert impacting millions of americans, why if you're not already on cholesterol medication you may soon be. >> it's kind of medical news for everybody. >> yes, it is. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> and i'm zoraida sambolin. it's wednesday, november 13th, it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. >> we are going to begin with the fallout. the new latest fallout over the affordable care act and president obama's declining popularity. almost immediately, it failed to do what it was designed to do. many americans could not get on to sign up for coverage. the white house has pledged to have it fixed, this website, by the end of this month. but now this morning, "the washington post" says this may not happen. they may not be able to meet that date. the contractors trying to repair the site are apparently running into so many bugs. they're having such a tough time
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remedying these problems, they say they may miss the deadline. and now hearing from members of his own party who said one promise should would be kept. here's cnn's jim acosta. >> reporter: when it comes to obama care, it's not just the president versus republicans anymore. even the most loyal democrats in congress say it's time to fix it. >> i think we need to look at political reality. we need to be open to constructive changes to make this law better. >> reporter: one immediate proposal from louisiana senator mary landrieu would help the president keep his promise. for fellow democrats including vulnerable incumbents up for re-election next year have signed on. >> it's very supporting for those who supported this bill to have this gummed up but i think it can be fixed. >> reporter: former president bill clinton urged president obama to stick to his pledge. >> so, i personally believe, even if it takes changing the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people.
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>> reporter: white house officials say president obama agrees, but they won't say what changes he will support. >> president agrees even if it takes a change in the law? >> what i just said, jim, is that the president has instructed his team to look at a range of options. >> reporter: the obama care fiasco has damaged the president's image. a new quinnipiac poll finds 39% approve of the job he's doing. what's worse, 52% say they don't think the president is honest and trustworthy, his lowest numbers in both categories. >> he is angry. he is right to be angry. he's not well served by his colleagues in the administration. >> reporter: the president and white house have learned important obama care. >> you need experts, you need to trust, but even more, you need to verify, you can't go rushing the schedule when you get behind. or you end up making more
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errors. >> reporter: jim acosta, cnn, washington. >> our thanks to jim. now to the situation in the philippines, nearly a week after super typhoon haiyan hit, food, water and medical supplies continue to trickle into the country, as residents desperately search for their loved ones that were lost in the storm. there are reports now of looting. reportings of dentals, as victims try to find what they need to survivor. the death toll now stands at more than 1,800. two of them are americans. the president of the philippines tells cnn, the earlier estimates of 10,000 dead are likely too high. that's what he was saying yesterday. let's go to cnn's andrew stevens in tacloban. andrew, let's talk about the situation here today. we've been seeing the reports that anderson cooper has been sharing with us. and there are people living in makeshift areas surrounded by their dead loved ones.
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so we're trying to understand, what is the most immediate needs for people there. >> reporter: zoraida, there are so many immediate needs. this is the problem. the authorities here, the relief by local institutions are just not getting a grip on many of the issues. and there are, as i said, living next to dead relatives. body bag have gone missing. 700 body bags have disappeared. this is according to the mayor of the city. he said they can due in. they never turned up, that's the sort of things we're dealing with. there are body bags here. bodies are now being taken from the streets. just walking around, you see a lot of bodies in various piles and part of the city. to give you an idea, the stench is now covering jut about the entire city. the stench of death. apart from that, people still don't have enough food to eat. they still don't have access to clean water. medical supplies are still very much in short supply.
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add that all together, and the crisis is still a very, very intense here. i can say, at the airport where i am, there has been a definite increase in the level of activity, emboldening relief. the world food program, three trucks of theirs have joined operation with the local government. got out of the airport today and got into the city. our reporter paula hancocks is on one of those trucks and she said she saw six or seven coming back the other way. another 21 coming in over land from the world food program. so, yes, relief is on the way. but it's desperately slow. and desperately sad to see people living thoond mouth. i was at an orphanage today, they will run out of water in 24 hours. that is the sort of scale, the humanitarian crisis going on at the moment. >> we know there were lines of people, miles long, actually,
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waiting tour airlifted out of that area. how is that situation going? >> reporter: i wouldn't say those lines were miles long. i saw the line this morning, it was probably about 300 or 400 yards long. the airport is basically home now to hundreds and hundreds of people. remember, there's no electricity here. there's no running water here. and hundreds of people are having to find wherever they can to go to the lavatory. there's a battle now to get the slots working to the best and most efficient use which is relief. so people have been getting out. but the number of people getting out, compared with the number of people arriving to get out. i would have to say it is not -- it's chaotic, but there's no hint of panic here yet. but people are waiting and waiting and waiting to get out.
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it's almost like a lottery. there is a bit of tension here. basically, that the flights out can't deal eye were the number of people hoping to escape. >> well, that's completely understandable. andrew stevens live for us. thank you so much. >> it is a difficult, difficult process. >> it's so sad to watch, the mothers holding their babies over their head so they can be the first ones in the plane to get airlifted out. and then you see the elderly that also need medical attention. it's a devastating situation. a house intelligence committee kicks off two days of closed-door hearings as republicans dig for details on the terror attack in benghazi. security officers on the ground that day, they are the ones testifying, we're told they're marines and special forces all
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under contract to guard that embassy. >> and tough new sanctions to not be imposed on iran. the u.s. is set to resume negotiations with the iran this month. >> i court has ordered the rule lifted two days before it was set to expire. but security forces say they will continue to enforce it because they have not yet received the ruling. the state of emergency, this has been in effect since july when president morsi was ousted from power. now released. the two americans kidnapped off the ship in nigeria. that was back on october 23rd. the state department is not releasing any details of how they were released or their names or even their conditions. there are reports, however, the ship's owner did pay a ransom and that the men are on their way back to the united states.
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republicans have blocked one of president obama's appointees to a key florida court. pullard was blocked. in effort to gain an ideological edge on that court which hears many appeals on that court considered the court second most important court of the land. caroline kennedy has officially become the u.s. ambassador to japan. she was sworn in tuesday afternoon by secretary of state john kerry. kennedy say lawyer, an author and key backer of both campaigns. she's the daughter of president john f. kennedy. on that note, we invite you to cnn films "the '60s: the
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assassination of john f. kennedy." that's thursday. >> so interesting. 10 minutes after the hour. if you can hear the sound of whining across the nation -- >> it begins with me. >> -- it begins right here. people are cold. the coldest temperatures of the season. we're talking about the great lakes all the way down to the south in north carolina. temperatures started in the 60s but turned to flurries. >> i walked out this morning, indra, i thought, oh, my goodness, let me go back inside. i need a gloves and hat. >> i'm the one who tried to wear a dress and walk out the door quickly. it never works. it's bad enough, it's cold. but then you add in the wind and it's a whole other level. let's play a game here. notice chicago, 21, new york, 29. now, let's add in the wind. this is what it feels like -- oh, yeah.
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kind of feels like 12. we're talking single difficults in kansas city. so that is the story that we're dealing with today. thanks to, yes, that pressure that has parked itself over the region, bringing that cold air all the way into the south. that's what we're going to be talking about, temperatures dropping below normal with highs in new york city in the 30s. boston, highs in the 30s, down in the south, also looking at just 20s. into the south, we're talking about freeze warnings in effect and even a hard freeze around oklahoma. yes, we're definitely dealing with the tough conditions. here's the good news, high pressure will build in bit end of the week, and temperatures will go up as early as tomorrow. just hang in there. >> you can do it, you can make it. it's very impressive. we built a snowman yesterday. >> really? >> there was that much snow. coming up, a woman's
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desperate plea for freedom. >> this is my life i'm fighting for. is this my life. >> imprisoned for protecting herself, she says, against an abusive husband. how a controversial law invoked in the trayvon martin murder case could help set her free. and a major health alert this morning, why doctors want tens of millions more americans put on cholesterol medication. this is news that really affects everybody. plus, it is time for your morning rhyme. tweet us with your own original verse, it could be anything you so desire. make sure it's #earlystart. #morningrhyme. my customers can shop around.
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marissa alexander's case is drawing comparison to george zimmerman, except she's in jail. >> this is my life i'm fighting for. this is my life. >> reporter: but marissa alexander's immediate fight now is for her temporary freedom while he situates for a new trial. alexander has been behind bars for more than 1,000 days on aggravated assault charges after firing a single bullet into the wall. she says to scare off her abusive husband. she was found guilty, but the conviction was reversed in september and she's since been granted a new trial. in this motion, alexander's attorneys call her pretrial release urgent. in part, because the 33-year-old woman has not had regular access to her 3 1/2-year-old daughter since she was 6 months old. lawyers for her estranged husband have concern. >> she had bond, she went over
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to my client's place and got arrested. >> reporter: even if alexander is set free, she still faces three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. a felony that carries ace mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison. prosecutors say alexander is a criminal. a woman who driven by anger, shot at her husband gray in front of his two snoon in a fitf rage. alexander claims she is the victim. to fire a warning shot in the middle of an altercation is the only thing she had to save her life. >> i believe when he made the threat to kill me, that's exactly what he had intended to do. if i not discharged my weapon at that points are i would not be here. >> reporter: an appellate court reversed the jury's guilty verdict earlier this year, kriegt an error with guilty
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instructions on self-defense. 18 minutes past the hour. clear for takeoff. a major airline merger is one step closer to reality. us airways and american airlines have reached a deal blocking their joining forces. as part of the agreement, the airlines will give competitors greater access to some key airports. in exchange, they'll get to create the world's largest airline. controversial new guidelines likely to change the number of americans taking cholesterol lowering drugs. they urged patients to take drugs based on overall risk. even with statins of normal cholesterol numbers if the risk is high enough. researchers believe up to 31% of all americans may be eligible under these rules for statin treatment. again, this is a big, big
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change. people have looked at the levels and said to to be given drugs but under those levels could be a much broader swath of people. >> head to your doctor to get more information on that. >> if they understand it already. a lot of doctors are confused. a new report for the most expense you have piece of art ever sold at auction. this painting, francis bacon's three studies of lucian freud went on the block at christy's in new york sold, listen to this, more than $142 million. that's almost double the original $85 million estimate. and is obliterated the $120 million record set last year. the works by warhol kuehne pollen among others took in nearly $700 million. >> that's a lot of money. >> that's a lot of dough.
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all eyes were on wiggins and parker. >> i'm going wiggins. >> who's your favorite, or can't you say? >> i'd probably go with wiggins. he's the most hyped 18-year-old since lebron james. everyone wants to see what he's going to do next. guys, he's so hype, shoe companies are already talking about throwing $180 million his way. wiggins/parker, they're expected to be number one and number two in the nba draft. they were squaring off. 68 nba scouts were in attendance. parker led all scores with 27 points in the game. but wiggins outplayed him down the stretch as kansas beat duke 94-83. now, we rarely see the number one team taking on the number two team this early in the season, but kentucky taking on michigan state. wildcats stuffed full of nba talent. but it was the second-ranked
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spartans wing this early season battle, 78-74, michigan state taking this one. the miami dolphins announced yesterday that they're going to delay the meeting with jonathan martin so nfl can meet with him first. according to the report, the nfl will meet with martin on new york city friday. turning on bleacherreport.com, today is mike tyson's shocking revelations in this newly released autobiography. in his new book "iron mike" said he was a full-blown coke head. handy used cocaine before he would enter the ring. he would fool them with the help of his entourage. there are funny stories. the time tyson lost a suitcase with $1 million cash until he found it a week later. xavier henry driving to the
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devastation and so much heartbreak in the philippines. the death toll rising as survivors search for loved ones still missing. we're going to take you on their journeys. >> i'd like to get back to living my life. although i don't know how that will feel. >> incredible story. freed from prison after a decade. his conviction was tossed out for a murder he says he did not commit. ryan ferguson's long fight for freedom. >> imagine what it's like to be him this morning. >> bitter cold temperatures taking hold on much of the country. incorporate grid petersons tracking the cold. how far will it drop.
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how long will it last. >> that's the big tease. how long will it last. happy you're with us, i'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm john berman. >> it's been nearly a week since typhoon haiyan slammed into the pil feens and survivors are growing more an more desperate for help. aid is slowly trickling in. it's slowed by the bad weather around extent of damage there. some areas are only accessible by helicopter. officials say they are doing the very best they can under these circumstances but there are reports of looting and additional deaths as hungry, angry people try to get what they need in order to survivor. so right now, the death toll is just over 1800. that is including two americans. we do not know their names or where they are from yet. the president of the philippines tells cnn that he believes stilts that 10,000 were killed might be too high. but there are some areas that are still impassible. so, you know, we have to wait and see there there's a
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desperate search for loved ones. thousands have been displaced by the storms losing their homes and any semblance of life. anderson cooper is in the philippines and met someone who just wants to find her family. >> reporter: in tacloban, the misery is beyond meaning. this is your home? >> yes. >> reporter: the first, the first she says. our house was one of the firsts to come down. julian sought shelter from the storm surge in this bus with her husband and six children. she survived. they were swept away. and has anyone come to help you? >> no. >> reporter: i really want to see them, she says, even if it's just their bodies. she has found the body of her husband, and shows us of bodies of three of her children. now, she searches for her three
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other children. she doesn't believe they survived the storm. where will you sleep tonight? >> here in the street. anywhere. i don't know where i go. >> reporter: in tacloban, there isn't anyplace to go. juanito martinez is living in a makeshift shelter. his wife gina and daughter are covered with sacks nearby. i really want someone to collect their bodies, he says. i want to know where they're taken so then i can light a candle for them. juanito cooks some rice and noodles for his neighbors. one of the men tells us he wants to call his mother in manila. he's desperate to tell her that he and his daughter survived but his wife and two other children are dead. we dial her number on our satellite phone.
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they're gone, they're all gone, he says. >> mama! >> reporter: i don't know why this happened to me. you won't find answers here in tacloban, you'll only find loss. you'll only find misery. with so little help that has just not gone away. anderson cooper, tacloban, philippines. >> you can go to cnn.com/impact. there's a ton of information there of how you can help if you're so inclined. >> it's a terrific resource. 35 minutes after the hour. we're going to move on to the continuing drama surrounding the rollout of obama care. the criticism is coming from all sides after the white house was forced to admit that millions of americans will have to change their insurance plans despite
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the president's reassurance that they would keep their plans if they liked. and now a democrat, you will recognize him, he's chiming in, too. >> so i personally believe, even if it takes changing the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people. >> the president has instructed his team to look at a range of options. and we haven't announced one way or the other. >> as for the problems with the healthcare.gov website, a new report this morning from the "washington post" saying that only maybe 6 out of every 10 problems have been repaired. the site, apparently, still can't handle a large number of users. and officials tell the newspaper it is unlikely the site will be fully fixeded by the november 30th deadline. that is a big deal. the top white house officer todd park is set to testify on capitol hill. earlier he said he would not
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answer a subpoena. ryan ferguson was released after a decade in prison for a crime he insists he did not commit. the court said ferguson did not receive a fair trial of the kill of a sports editor in 2001. on tuesday, prosecutors decided not to retry him. he found out from his lawyer held up to the protective glass on it, two words "it's over." >> to get charged for a crime you didn't commit, it's incredibly easy, and you can lose your life very fast. to get out of prison, it takes an army. as you can see, an incredible group of individuals, family, friends, attorneys who are willing to sacrifice so much. >> ferguson said one of the first things he planned to do was eat dairy queen, seriously. and now that he's free, he hopes to work with prisoners who claim
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as he did to be falsely accused. look at his attitude, too, right, after spending a decade in prison, look at him. >> 37 minutes after the hour. a tragic ending to a hostage situation to tell you about in phoenix. four people dead after what police are calling a case of domestic violence. the suspect apparently killed his wife and set her body on fire in the back yard. police is said he killed his teen age daughter and a friend before turning the gun on himself. 38 minutes past the hour, a showdown coming in toronto. the city council is expected to vote later today on whether embattled mayor rob ford should be forced to step down. a defiant ford is vowing to fight any attempt to force him out. ford admitted to smoking crack, and said he has a drinking
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problem. meanwhile, ford is capitalizing on notoriety. look at this. this is for charity. selling bobbleheads. at least 1,000 people lined up to buy them. the proceeds are going to the united way. >> something a little positive. i'm trying to figure out if there's anything wrong with it. i guess not. if you're accused of smoking crack and you're the mayor selling bobbleheads for charity. sarah palin taking up arms on what she calls the war on christmas. the former alaska governor launched a tour to promote her new book. more than 700 fans turned out in bethlehem, pennsylvania, thank you. palin is sporting a t-shirt that read, it's okay to wish me a merry christmas. a flight landing with 150
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people on board. there's the cracked wind sheemd right there. the 757 from miami to boston was diverted to orlando late tuesday night as a safety precaution. the windshield is double-paned and officials say only the outer portion was cracked. no one was hurt. the crack was repaired and passengers were on their way early this morning. that's scary. >> you don't want to hit a pebble, though, right? >> no. the surprising find at chicago's o'hare airport. what kind of surprising find? a foot-long alligator captured under an elevator police know who put the alligator there. is it a friend of zoraida? look what's under her hand right there? >> she's showing off the
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alligator on the train. >> police want to find this woman, they have a lot of questions for her. as for the gator, it's nicknamed ali. said to be recovering in the care of a reptile society. >> we cannot make these stories up. what was she doing with that alligator? >> first in the subway and then the airport. she likes transportation stations, apparently. coming up, grab the coat, turn up the foururnace. it's cold out there. indira petersons has the forecast. ...so you can be up th. here i come! [ female announcer ] ...down there, around there... and under there for him. tylenol® provides strong pain relief and won't irritate your stomach the way aleve® or even advil® can. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more. tylenol®.
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indra petersons give us some answers. >> we'll see how easy it is to be where you want to be, 10 or 20 below normal? or maybe out west 5 to 15 above average? i think i know where i want to be, very easy. here's the good news. it's not going to last. that's the big question. but that doesn't really help you this morning as you're waking up and going outside. take a look at the temperatures with the added-in windchill. chicago, 23 degrees. new york city, feels like 23 degrees. a lot of wind out there. new york city, only in the 30s. boston looking for the 30s. chicago we should get 40s. even down south, temperatures being pretty much 20 degrees below normal. we have frost advisories and warnings out there. what are we looking at? a change in the high pressure in the cold air makes its way east normal. and by tomorrow, we're talking about temperatures quickly rebounding to just a hit below
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normal. and that feels pretty good, right? >> indeed. >> all right. can't wait, thanks, indra. let's take a look at what's coming up on "new day." chris cuomo, kate bolduan joining us. so we're following this case. this young man ryan ferguson has been in prison for ten years for the murder of a sports editor. it's a controversial trial. he's always claimed innocence. now as you can see, he's out. we're going to find out what put him behind bars and what made him a free man. >> talk about drama in the courtroom. a dramatic showdown as alec baldwin took the stand against an alleged stalker. baldwin teared up as she heckled him on the stand. it's turning into a sensational case and let you know what to expect today. >> high drama. it's time for the "morning
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♪ welcome back to "early start," everyone. it is "money time" which means christine romans is here.
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>> good morning. good morning. kind of a morose little song. that's because stocks his a pause yesterdays right? the dow has matched 34 record highs. 35 on monday then. then stocks fell yesterday. stocks futures have lowered. pause is the best way to look at it. the s&p also fell yesterday. let me give you perspective. the s&p is poised for the best year in a decade. for the year, the s&p is up 24%. this is part of your portfolio, your 401(k), the stocks part probably looks more like the s&p 500. the dow is up 20%. nasdaq, 30%. interest rates have been rising. the ten-year yield, 2.75%. you can see from the chart it's ticking higher. there's an important job interview tomorrow. janet yellen, this job interview matters so much to your 401(k). her testimony could lead markets
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if leaning back to tapering back sooner than later. 16 days until black friday. the big question for you the shopper, what is the best day to go shopping? you'll be surprised, the top five days to do your dirty work. these are the days where you're most likely to avoid crowds and get deals. pencils ready? december 4th, followed by 2nd, 3rd, 9th and 11th. >> but now you told everybody. >> you don't need to brave the crowds on black friday. >> it's awfully early. >> they have to plan. >> they have to plan. doesn't mean you have to be rushing out thanksgiving day to do your christmas shopping as well. >> i say use the trusty computer. >> i know. i have a diamond for you, zoraida. actually, it's already spoken for. there it is the largest orange diamond known to exist. >> that's pretty.
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>> 36 million in christie's pear-shaped. $2.4 million a carat. >> that's dirty. >> yeah, dirty, it's like the color of green money, right? they had the rock for 30 years. someone held on to this thing for 30 years. >> thank you for sharing. >> you're welcome. >> dream on, dream on. >> keep on dreaming. >> on the unattainable file. meet a dog who is so much more than just a loyal companion. this dog saved a life. this is an incredible story. we'll tell you all about it. stay with us. ♪ ♪ ♪ hall we do is go out to dinner.? that's it? i mean, he picks up the tab every time, which is great...what? he's using you. he probably has a citi thankyou card and gets 2x the points at restaurants.
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all right. welcome back to "early start" everyone. dogs, you know, they're pretty cool. >> man's best friend. >> they are, in fact. in one case, a dog was a real lifesaver. leonard sommers was out skiing in colorado, he fell into a ravine. he seriously hurt his spine. this, folks, could have been critical. couldn't even move. luckily, his alaskan husky juno was with him. the dog only left his side long enough to find help. >> i saw the dog by himself. then i saw the dog head, you know, kind of over to where leonard was. >> she knew that i needed help. helped me dig out of snow and proceeded to lay on my legs and some of my body to keep me warm. i don't know if that was god reaching out to her to me. >> what a dog, oh! you see juno all over -- folks, that's love. and a loyal dog. >> makes me want to get a dog.
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>> sommers may not be able to walk again. he said the alternative was much worse. he would have died there had it not been for that dog. so grateful to juno. a beautiful husky. >> that's a nice way to end the day. let's go to "new day." it starts right now. ♪ to get arrested and get charged for a crime you didn't commit is incredibly easy. and you can lose your life very fast. >> free at last. new this morning, we hear from ryan ferguson. his murder conviction overturned after ten years in prison for the death of a sportswriter. what put him behind bars? what do we know now? honor the commitment. bill clinton said president obama should allow americans to keep their insurance plans if they like them. bill says more and more
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democrats distance them from the botched health k caroleout. for alec baldwin, the courtroom testimony was real. his testimony and why the judge almost threw the stalker out of court. >> your "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. good morning to you. it is 6:00 in the east. and it is a day many thought would never come for a 29-year-old missouri man after nearly a decade behind bars, ryan ferguson released from prison tuesday. prosecutors saying they will not pursue a new trial. ferguson's murder conviction was thrown out last week. now the nightmare may be over. let's bring in david mattingly at the cnn center with what led to the change of fate. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ryan
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he found there were a lot of people last night ready to listen to what he had to say. ryan ferguson walked out of prison into new clothes and in front of the cameras to taste his first moments of freedom. celebrating with family and attorneys he offered bittersweet thanks to the thousands following his case around the world. >> to get arrested and charged for a crime you didn't commit is incredibly easy. you can lose your life very fast. but to get out of prison it takes an army. >> reporter: and it takes time. in ferguson's case, almost a full decade of appeals. the missouri attorney general surprised ferguson supporters tuesday saying the state will not retry or pursue further action against ryan ferguson. this after an appeals court threw out ferguson's guilty verdict because prosecutors withheld evidence. >> this is not an anomaly. i think we need to look at

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