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good morning, everyone. great to have you along with us on this sunday morning. i'm pamela brown. >> it's a pleasure to be with you. i'm victor blackwell. this is "new day sunday." first this morning, we're going to take you to south africa's farewell to the man that many called the greatest son, nelson mandela. south africa's first black president and icon of democracy has been laid to rest in the ancestral village of qunu, that's where he grew up. about 130 of nelson mandela's family and friends have been walking to the grave site. according to the tradition, the burial takes place at midday,
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where the sun is at its brightest. at his family's request, the burial was private, and earlier, thousands gathered in a huge tent set up for a state funeral. in attendance, of course, mr. mandela's family, african heads of state, several of them spoke during the program. britain's prince charles, jesse jackson, also oprah winfrey. on the stage, there were 95 candles that glowed, one for every year of mr. mandela's life. >> mr. mandela's casket was draped with the south african flag. a military escort carried it to the burial site and soldiers li lined the way as the mourners walked the there. >> christiane amanpour joins us now from the bureau in london and former managing editor of "time" magazine and author of "mandela's way," rick stengal, joins us from new york. christiane, i want to start with you. today, one of the speakers said,
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it is impossible to sum up nelson mandela's life and achievements, those things that we can see on paper and those things that people just feel. >> indeed. and perhaps today the state funeral, the internment, and all this week, sum it up, how it is something that has goarnered th attention of the whole world, not just the foreign dignitaries who have come to pay their respects, but the people of south africa, who lined up for days, three days, to come and view his body lying in stated and then to see all through these days the symbols that are so important, so much ceremonial military honor given to mr. mandela, as you can imagine, as a former commander in chief, as the founding father of this nation. but when you watch elderly black and white military together and you remember that even not a generation ago, they were fighting each other, and now they're standing united to pay their final respects and give
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the full state honors to their first black president, it is truly an amazing scene to watch that armored vehicle, which for so many has been a symbol of oppression in the township, soweto and elsewhere, to watch people coming up to the funeral in a ceremonial role, but with all their guns and their rifles, and you remember, these had been used in the struggle against apartheid, to see the south african air force do an honor flyby and dip its wings, to watch the helicopters fly with the south african flag, it was all very, very moving. and i spoke just after his death to the deputy anc leader, but then during the apartheid struggle was the union leader and was a chief negotiator during the antiapartheid period. he told me what nelson mandela is, is the example for this country's future. >> the legacy that he leaves us
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overall is transformation. and this is the moment when, as we put him to rest, all of us as south africans will be saying, let us reconcile, let us transform our country to properly turn it into the south africa of nelson mandela's dreams. that is the route that we are now going to walk. >> and very, very, very big shoes, indeed, as you can imagine. but even at the state funeral today, president zuma made a lot of outreach to this very point, because, you know, people were booing him, in fact, at the state commemoration in johannesburg at the soccer stadium, and i think he knows that for the future of this country, there needs to be some more reconciliation in the mandela spirit. he spoke to it quite strongly during his speech at the state funeral today. >> rick, you worked with
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president mandela on his autobiography, "a long walk to freedom." and in the book, you write and he writes that when mandela was a child in this community of qunu, that africans weren't afforded the privilege of having the title of land and owning that land. they had to pay rent to the government, annually. talk about what it meant to go back and his decision to be buried in qunu, and now to runner as the first black president, and with a state funeral and all the pomp and circumstance there in qunu? >> it is very significant and lovely. i mean, he loved those hills around where he was born. he never talked about religion much or western religion at all, and he talked about the ancestors. he talked about his people. he was, when his father died, when he was 8 or 9 years old, and his father had been a counselor to the king of the tembu, he was brought to what
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was known as the great place, and he became a charge, became another son, as it were, of the king, where he was imbued with all of the transitions of the tembu tribe and the larger clan and he loved the those things. he loved their style of leadership, he loved listening to the stories of the battles against the british, against the zulu, and he was imbued with a feeling of african aristocracy, african history, african greatness. and in a way, the fact that he was so far from where white settlements were, so far from cities, preserved that sense of confidence that he had by living in a royal village and being educated by a king and having these kingly and royal responsibilities that were devolved upon him. and what happened when he eventually ran away, because the king tried to arrange a marriage for him, and the king's real son, justice, he ran away to
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johannesburg, that was where he first experienced prejudice and racial injustice. and that is what turned him into a revolutionary. but the inheritance he got as a young man gave him confidence, gave him confidence in himself, gave him confidence in the long chain of african leadership that had proceeded him. and when he first joined the anc, this was something that people noticed, that walter susulu noticed, they noticed this young man with his aristocratic bearing had great confidence, great confidence in himself, great belief in the african destiny. that was less true than many young men who were raised in the townships and raised in the cities. yet when he became a leader of the anc, and certainly when he was imprisoned and when he became state president, he embraced that traditional leadership that he came from. many in the anc felt that the white government and the
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apartheid powers had tried to play black tribes against each other, and people in the anc would say, we are not tembu, we are not pondos, we are not zulus, we are blacks. and mandela said, no, this culture is important to the people of south africa and we cannot reject it, we must reach out to those people. and it's come full circle when you think, here he is buried in qunu, adjacent to the village in which he was born, in the solemn ceremony that blends east and west, that he's finally come back to his resting place, he's come full circle, and it's a beautiful circle that we see and to echo christiane and cyril, it is, i believe, sets the stage for this extraordinary transformation in south africa that he has ushered in. >> rick stengal, and christiane amanpour, thanks so much for
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putting this into context for us, and giving us a look at not just the symbolism of nelson mandela, but the actual accomplishments. we'll continue to have this conversation throughout the morning. thank you both. also tonight on chrnn, christia amanpour starts part one of "retracing back to the beginning." and hard to believe, but weren't is still six days away. you wouldn't really believe that when you look outside and look at this. the third big storm in recent weeks is smothering upstate new york and new england in snow this morning. the boston area may end up with more than a foot before the day is done. the system left a thousand-mile trail of snow across the midwest and places like chicago, detroit, and cleveland have several inches of powder that need to be shoveled off driveways today. cnn's alexander field looks at winter's early blast.
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>> reporter: the sights and sounds of a fierce winter storm. overnight, the large swath of snow and ice moved into the northeast, packing a punch that has many in the region digging in for a long winter. >> we've got plenty of salt, but the back roads are starting to stick a little bit. it looks like it's coming down pretty good now, though. they might get a little worse, especially the back roads. >> i'm going to stay in for this and get out of the way. >> reporter: who's's mayor, tom manino, cautioning everyone in holiday season before the worst hits his city. >> be very careful. the roads, there'll be snow on them, and just ask you, celebrate responsibly. this is a snowstorm that is not a major portion. >> reporter: the 1,000-mile path of this system has put from kansas to maine in the bull's-eye, with winter storm
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watches and warnings across the board. airport delays caused by the storm are forcing many flights to be cancelled with a ripple effect being felt coast-to-coast. dangerous conditions on the roads are also a major factor. at least one person was killed when a car slid off a missouri interstate. but in new england, the massachusetts d.o.t. says they're ready. >> we have almost 4,000 pieces of equipment. we have both snow spreaders and plows and really heavy pieces of equipment, as well as some specialized snow blowing equipment. >> and yet despite the blizzard-like conditions, not everything came to a halt. the annual army game went on as planned. the navy midshipman beat army for the 12th straight year in a row, 34-7. and erin flanagan got her wish of a white wedding. the pottstown, pennsylvania, bride and her groom said their i
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dos in the middle of a storm. >> i wanted a white wedding, and i wanted it to snow, and i think snow's beautiful because i'm from massachusetts and i got it. >> you hit the jackpot. >> yes, i did! >> no coat or anything. >> nope, they are braving it! >> well, congratulations. >> and by the way, that was cnn's alexander field reporting. if you're planning to travel today, you know, maybe think twice, and that's why. >> and i'm one of those possible travelers. we'll see if i get out. that massive snowstorm is already being blamed for more than 1,000 canceled flights. coming up, we're going to tell you how much snow could be headed your way. stick around. we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone deserves the gift of all day pain relief. this season, discover aleve.
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we now know it took just one minute and 20 seconds for the shooter to victimize this entire community with his actions. we've learned that he bought the gun and the ammunition that he used in this shooting legally from a local retailer here in colorado. it was december 6th that 18-year-old carl pearson purchased the gun used in this shooting and he bought the ammunition on his way to school, on the day of the shooting. now, he fired a total of five shots, we've learned. one of those shots, of course, hit 17-year-old claire davis. she's the girl who was shot in the head, in critical condition. the sheriff still believes she was not his intended target, but investigators do believe he intended to cause a lot of harm here at the school. not only did he bring that gun and all that ammunition, he also had a machete and a backpack full of three molotov cocktails. he set off one of those devices inside the school's library. that's also where he took his own life.
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the sheriff says he believes it was the quick actions of the school resource officer that may have saved even more lives in this particular case, as the shooter knew he didn't have a lot of time to carry out his plan. >> and i know that claire davis is a young woman of principle, she's a young woman of purpose, she is an innocent young lady. and she was an innocent victim of an evil act of violence. >> i know how much she loves all you guys and i know how much this would mean to her, and i can't thank you guys enough for being here for her, and doing the donations for claire and her family and some other things that i might help them out with. so i want to thank you guys so much for everything you guys are doing for her and her family. i know they appreciate it. so thank you. >> now, that last girl you just heard is a friend of claire davis, the victim. that was a prayer vigil they
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held for the victim last night, asking everybody to continue to keep claire davis in their thoughts and prayers. pamela and victor? >> ana cabrera, thank you for that. still to come, the big announcement that college football fans have been waiting for. >> that's right. we're going to tell you who ran away this year's heisman trophy. why it made history. and get this, why some winners of the game's top prize end up being busts in the nfl. so big surprise there for big football fans. more on this. [ male announcer ] if you stash tissues
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all right. take a look ats this here. it was supposed to be the army versus navy, but it was more like both teams versus the snow. this was the scene at the game out in philadelphia yesterday. despite that blowing snow, navy beat army, 24-7.
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didn't really hold back the fans, either? >> what was the snowblower supposed to do? he's in the corner with this -- >> he's trying. >> he tried. all right, well, move over johnny football. there is a new heisman trophy winner. >> yep, florida state's quarterback, james winston was awarded college football's most prestigious prize. the freshman came in with the win. the top player in the game. joe carter's here with this morning's bleacher report. and it wasn't close. >> this was a landslide. he won easily. but second year in a row that a freshman quarterback won the award. jamus winston wins it this year. he's the youngest player to ever win the award. 19 years old. he's turn 20 the day florida state plays auburn, the day of the national championships. but no surprise last night when he heard jameis winston's name
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called. he was the landslide this year, won by the seventh largest margin ever. 87% of voters put jameis winston on the ballot. you put them down as one, two, or three. day get points according to how they're placed. now, 115 voters left winston off their ballot altogether, which obviously points to some people having doubts in the sexual assault allegations that surround him right now. obviously, no charges were filed, but the accuser and the accuser's attorney continue to push on. they want to see this thing go to a retrial, to have the case reopened or see it go to a civil sugt. b but he's had a very successful season on the field, but a very trying one off the field and you could hear that in his emotional acceptance speech last night and he addressed it in the post-heisman comments when he sort of mentioned how his parents have gone through a lot too as well. take a listen. >> when i look down in the
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stands, when i was giving my speech, i seen my mom's and my dad's eyes and they felt so proud. and i haven't seen they look in their eyes in a long time. and it's not that i feel complete, because i'm still hungry, because we've got a national championship we've got to win, but when you see your mom and you see your dad like, when they've been struggling through this whole process, and now you see a smile on their face, it comforted me. >> so jameis winston is clearly the favorite to win it next year, because he's a freshman, so he has to come back to play one more season before he can go on and play in the nfl. and winning a heisman trophy doesn't mean you'll necessary have select at the next level. we've seen a number of quarterbacks not succeed at that next level. we've put together a list of some of the more famous flops over the last ten years. jason white tops the that list, kid from oklahoma. never got a chance to do anything in the nfl because of his bad knees. next on the list is matt
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today at his state funeral. now, just a short time ago, the revered statesmen was laid to rest at his family's grave site in his childhood village of qunu. a military escort carried mandela's flag-draped casket to its final resting place. >> and the obama administration says about 15,000 signup forms that were completed on healthcare.gov never reached insurance companies. most of the failures happened shortly after the site launched back in october. officials say that since major site fixes took place december 1st, enrollment errors have been, quote, close to zero. number three, china has successfully landed its newest spacecraft on the moon. it's the first lunar landing in more than 30 years. and it makes china the third country to ever touch down on the moon's surface. this six-wheeled rover named jade rabbit, which the people of china have decided, that would be the name, it's suspected to study the lunar environment for at least three months. and number four, a headsup
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here. if you use fedex to send a gift this holiday season, you might want to check its status. the company says this weekend's snow and strong winds have caused major disruptions at its memphis hub. fedex is urging customers to visit fedex.com for updates. and number five, let's talk about that snow. the northeast is getting walloped by winter weather this weekend. buffalo, in upstate new york, 7 inches of snow saturday. central park got 5 inches there in manhattan. and before we head back to work, new england could see 18 inches. wow. jennifer grey is here with the forecast. jennifer, how much and when is this going to end? >> the good news is, it is pushing out as we speak. i guess the timing was good. it happened on a weekend, so we didn't have to worry about people trying to get to work and things like that, but you can see, boston just starting to get that changeover from snow back to rain. and as this continues to push offshore for today, we'll continue to dry out for the most part. so tracking this today, 6:00
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this morning, there's the storm, and then it pushes out. you can see by 11:00 this morning, boston should be in the clear. we'll just be dealing with some snow across portions of maine, vermont new hampshire, and places like that. but clearing out as we get into the afternoon hours today and especially the overnight. snow totals were impressive, guys, though. look at that. upstate new york, a foot of snow. and north haven, connecticut, 7 inches. boston had 6, central park, 5, and chicago, just over 4 inches of snow. this was quite the beast of a storm. luckily it was pushing out and we'll get a little bit of a breather going through the next couple of days. >> jennifer grey, thank you very much. folks need that breather. >> and it's not even winter yet officially. hey, if you're dreaming of a white christmas, you're going to get it, and probably a white christmas eve and the week leading into it. >> that's right. a thousand-long-mile storm is pushing its way from the northwest to new england and that means millions are waking
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up this morning to more snow, ice, and freezing temperatures. >> but for drivers, this is no winter wonderland. roads are already treacherous and cities like boston are expecting, as we heard, 8 to 14 more inches of snow. >> that's right. frank depullla joins us now on the phone from brockton, massachusetts. he's the highway division administrator at the state's department of transportation. thanks so much for being here. first off, just tell us, how are the conditions now where you are? >> good morning, pamela, good morning, victor. right now, where i am, it's beginning to change over to rain, to mix a little bit with the 6 inches of snow that we've already gotten. but we've been at it all night, working on the roads to get them clear. >> so, one thing what we noticed last weekend when we had that blast of winter weather, that it was going through places that people typically aren't prepared for this. you're in massachusetts, where snow is not a novelty. and we're looking, we've got live pictures out now courtesy of wcvb, we've got those
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mountains there. what about the accidents and what's going on on the roads? are people staying off the roads? >> the traffic volumes are down. we had a few tractor-trailers jack knife overnight, but we were able to get those clear and get the roads back open very quickly. you're right, we're pretty used to this, so we have this system down. we know what to do when it snows. >> and tell us, you know, obviously, the concern is for the commute tomorrow morning. what have y'all been doing to prepare for that? >> we've been working on getting the roads clear. we also treat them with deicing, salt and other chemicals to make sure they're not icy. so our goal is to not only have the roads in good condition today, but have them clear and ready for the monday morning commute. >> all right. frank depolela, thank you so much. we appreciate it. >> good luck! >> thank you. new this morning, a japanese diplomat was wounded earlier today and this was not just a fall or something, it was a
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failed kidnapping attempt. it happened in yemen. >> interior ministry officials say the kidnapping took place outside the diplomat's home in the capital of sanaia. >> he is now being treated at local hospital. we're told the injuries, fortunately, are minor. still to come, winter has blown in early, as we've said, in a really big way. back in the u.s., northeast -- okay, we're skipping that. changes happen on live television! >> this is the beauty of live television. >> we're going to talk about the snow. >> we'll talk about that snowstorm plowing into new england, as we just spoke to the head administrator there in boston for that. we'll be right back. [ dr. pyun ] patients are coming in with signs of acid erosion. healthy diets are hard on your teeth. the truth is a lot of healthy food choices are still high in acidic content. if your enamel is exposed to acid and is in a softened state and you brush it away, you know, then it's gone.
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welcome back, everyone. well, if you're like me and heading to the airport today, you better check the status of your flight. the snowstorm is already being blamed for more than a thousand flight cancellations. 150 flights were canceled yesterday out of newark liberty international alone, and today is not expected to be any better. bottom's logan airport has already canceled 38 flights. overall, more than 500 have been delayed. not a great situation. a northeast florida community, it's cleaning up this morning from an apparent tornado. authorities say a twister may have touched down in four spots in the city of palm coast. no one was hurt, but several homes were damaged and more than 2,000 customers lost power.
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officials are expected to determine today if a tornado really did form there. all right. shifting our focus from the weather now, pope francis says, nope, i'm not a marxist. in an interview with an italian newspaper, the pope says marxist ideology is, quote, wrong, but he says he knows many marxists who are, quote, good people. the pope's blunt criticism of those believes caused rush limbaugh to call it pure marcusismarcu marksism. the now-infamous selfy obama took with the danish prime minister and who can forget the interpreter many are calling a fake. ad "saturday night live" really shouldn't resist the stumbles. >> i mean, first, i got roped
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into taking a selfy with a blond female danish prime minister. some people said michelle was angry at me for that. but i talked to her afterwards and i can assure you, she was furious. then i got shaking hands with raul castro. in my defense, he told me he was edward james omos. and finally, there was a sign language interpreter who clearly had no idea what he was doing. but those were merely distractions and tonight, i would like to focus instead on health care. now, i have been listening to what americans are saying. and some very valid concerns are being raised. but this is not a battle that
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will be won overnight. and without a doubt, we've seen huge improvements on our website. we've had our best people working on it. our very best people and those who claim we're moving in the wrong direction, well, that's just nonsense. i mean, some folks are bound to be frustrated, but many are more -- many more are excited, you know? >> you know, you look back actually at the original footage, the guy looks like he's throwing baseball cues out. >> the funny thing is, too, the actual interpreter had no facial expressions. so obviously a little bit exaggerated there. and the man, the interpreter blames his bogus hand gestures
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on a schizophrenic episode. i actually covered this story this week. and i thought, what are the odds? this is definitely going to end up as an "snl" skit. >> we were waiting for it. good choice, "snl." we've got a question for you. what do you consider to be biggest -- think back over the year, the biggest story of 2013. >> there have been a lot of big stories this year. starting tonight at 6:00 p.m. eastern time, all you have to do is go to cnn.com and there you'll see a list of some of the most covered stories of the past 12 months. >> from our list of 20, we want you to choose the top ten. voting for the top stories of 2013 will continue until the end of the month, the end of 2013, and then on december 30th at 9:00 eastern, online and on television, we will reveal your top ten stories of 2013. this should be fun. and we want you to vote and we'll go and talk about the stories that everyone -- >> curious to know what you think. >> i've got to think about it.
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there's a lot going on over the year. >> i know. >> stay classy, san diego. i'm ron burgundy? >> you got that down. >> if there's one thing we've learned from everyone's favorite anchorman, don't always trust the prompter. i think i've learned it twice this hour, this morning. >> this morning, yeah! i think we're being put to the test here. and coming up, we'll take you behind the scenes of "anchorman ii" as ron burgundy prepares to get back in front of the camera. you don't want to miss this, we'll be right back! hi honey, did you get the toaster cozy?
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good morning, woolburne, massachusetts. ain't this pretty? you've got the lights on the tree and the snow there. their de they're dealing with a lot of snow, but it becomes a little bit less pretty when you think they have inches more on the way. i hope you enjoy sunday and bundle up if you've got to go out today and prepare for the week ahead. pamela? >> way to be a debbie downer there, victor. all right, well, this is really much more uplifting. we want to get you up to date with what's going on this week. on monday, hearing in dubai for shez cassim. he's been charged with endangering national security for making a parody video and putting it online. and jennifer capriati has a court date of her own. she's accused of stalking and later punching her ex-boyfriend. and on wednesday, the federal
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reserve nomakes an announcementn interest rates. we'll keep a close eye on wall street. and time to stay classy. will ferrell fans, the comedy "anchorman 2" hits theaters. a lot of people looking forward to that, including myself. and let's take a look at friday here. there we go, friday, the beginning of two plus weeks of fun and sun for the first family. president obama and his family travel to honolulu to enjoy a christmas and new year holiday vacation. victor, back to you. >> pamela, you know i'm not a fan of that board either. >> every time i do it, i have issues. >> there could be someone back there who could press a button, but they want us to press a button or the screen, it so works. you talked a moment about the fed's decision this week, well, now might be a good time to rebalance that 401(k), because after the dow's record run this year, the fed will decide whether or not to pull back on its massive stimulus program, and that could cause
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stocks to drop. alison kosik is here with more on wall street's week ahead. hey, alison. >> reporter: hi, pamela and victor. this week, it's all about the federal reserve. wall street has been wondering, what policy makers will do about its massive stimulus program and wednesday we could get some clues. the fed has been throwing the $85 billion a month into the economy and that's pushed stocks to record highs. was recent reports on jobs, gdp, housing, and auto sales have been improving, leading some to believe the economy is strong enough to stand on its own and that the fed will taper sooner rather than later. but a survey by the nabe shows two-thirds of economists don't think tapering will begin until early next year. about a third say the second quarter of next year. that coming week also brings some big economic reports on gdp, existing home sales, and manufacturing. and finally, we'll learn this week if minimum wage in washington, d.c. will jump to $11.50 an hour by 2016.
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the city council is set to vote on the initiative. if passed, and then signed by the mayor, d.c.'s minimum wage will be the highest in the country. pamela and victor, that's what's coming up on wall street. >> alison, thank you so much. if you're up for a little light read this morning, you might want to check this out. and it is light. >> really light, let me tell you. >> oxford university has digitized a 550-year-old guttenberg bible and put the whole thing online. >> that's right. if you really want to read it, you'll need to know latin, just a minor thing there, you know what i mean? the book is translated putting the guttenberg bible is part of a project by the palonzi foundation. we're expecting arizona senator john mccain to take the stage any minute in opposition to a rally in the ukraine. we're seeing here this rally live right now. a protest began when the
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ukrainian president changed his stance on a trade pact with the european union. now, he refused to sign the agreement, which would have strengthened cooperation with the eu. now, instead, he opted for a closer ties with neighboring russia. mccain's move, likely, will not sit well with russian president vladimir putin. senator mccain says he expects that other u.s. senators will join him in these sanctions. he's backed personal sanctions against those involved and police crackdowns on oppositions, also protesters in kiev, ukrainian, he said during a statement as well. he says that we are on the side of the ukrainian people, that is what's being attributed to him. again, we're expected to see the senator -- there he is on stage right there. >> there he is, right there in the middle. >> we'll get the highlights of these comments and bring them to you. flight flights, a lowlight lot of people, who are waiting
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to go somewhere are delayed, a lot have been canceled. >> and some roads are just not safe to travel this morning. isn't that right, alexandra? >> that's right. there's rain, there's sleet, there's snow. it is a mess outside of boston. i'm alexandra field. i'll have a live report, coming up. pamela, victor? >> and a much-anticipated "anchorman 2" comes out this week. >> turns out ron burgundy and cnn's wolf blitzer are sworn enemies. who knew? >> wolf is ron's mortal enemy. wolf took ron's mustache and grew it into a beard. let's not forget that that beard started with a mustache. >> how dare you, wolf?! special behind-the-scenes look at "anchorman 2" is coming up next. mine was earned orbiting the moon in 1971.
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want to play the best part of the song? yeah, it is sunday morning. welcome to your new day. we're coming up on 7:00 now. and this man might have the most legendary facial hair of a television newsman of all time. i know you're thinking, he must mean wolf. he must mean wolf with the beard. >> no, no, no. >> ron burgundy with that mustache is getting back behind the anchor desk. >> and that hair! look at that hair. >> it's a highly anticipated movie, "anchorman 2" comes o out this week. >> cnn had a chance to go behind the scenes with the famous journalist as he prepares to get back in front of the camera. take a look. >> the great ones always return. jesus, mcarthur, jay-z. >> we haven't seen you in a
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while, america. you haven't changed a bit. >> my name is will ferrell and i'm playing the character of john burgundy. >> it was in all capital letters and i thought i was supposed to yell it. >> the movie is set in 1980. ron and his crew have been asked to be a part of the news. >> that's the dumbest thing i've ever heard. this station is state of the art and we've called the very best anchors from all around the country. >> and everybody's betting against him. no one thinks this concept is going to work. and i think we're the news team to prove them wrong. >> this is right. the news team is back! >> they end up kind of mistakenly and through their own resourcefulness and bad journalistic impulses to create a new type of news form that leads the network to great heights. >> let's take a look at the big
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map. where's the map? >> look at the monitor. >> oh, ron, where's my legs? i don't have any legs, ron! ahhh! >> we find a way to light it up. that's all i can say. >> tonight's top story is -- crack. you feel that right away. it's just refreshing. >> he's a prince. he's not that great. >> what'd you say? >> he said you're not that great! >> the nemesis for ron is the younger, smarter, funnier, more attractive anchor. he's the face, he's the lead anchor of gnm. >> chief, what's feeding time for that mustache of yours? >> what's wrong with him? >> on me! >> here's the cameos i can
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confirm with you. the recently retired pope, we just got him, ted turner. ted turner's brother, rob. rob turner, and miss teen usa from six years ago. >> let's watch 50 home runs in a row! whammy, whammy, and whammy! >> i should say lower your expectations, then you're going to be blown away. but i would say it's going to be a party, and you're going to love it. >> i'm going to do what got put ron burgundy on this earth to do. have salon-quality hair and read the news. >> you! you stay classy. good morning, everyone. i'm pamela brown.
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>> i'm victor blackwell. i can't wait to see that. it's 7:00 on the east coast, 4:00 a.m. out west. this is "new day sunday." >> and hard to believe, it's not even officially winter yet, but the third big storm if recent weeks is beating up on upstate new york and new england this morning. massachusetts may see more than a foot before the day is done. >> the system left a thousand-mile trail of snow across the midwest. places like chicago and detroit and cleveland, they got several inches of snow that need to be shoveled off driveways today. >> causing a headache for a lot of people. cnn's alexandra field is out in all this cold, yucky weather this morning. you really got the lucky assignment there, alexandra. tell us how bad is it? >> pamela, it looks good right now. we're all waking up to this beautiful blanket of snow. we're in woburn, massachusetts, about nine miles out of boston, but to enjoy this, you have to wake up now and get outside. because take a look at this. you can see the snow here. it's already starting to melt. this is that thick, really wet,
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moist, heavy snow, and it's going to be a mess here soon. the sights and sounds of a fierce winter storm. overnight, the large swath of snow and ice moved into the northeast, packing a punch that has many in the region digging in for a long winter. >> we've got plenty of salt, the back roads are starting to stick a little bit. it looks like it's coming down pretty good now, though. they might get a little worse, especially the back roads. >> i'm going to stay in for this and get out of the way. >> boston's mayor, tom manino, cautioning everyone this holiday season before the worst hits his city. >> be very careful. the roadways, there'll be snow on them. and i ask you, when you celebrate, celebrate responsibly. this is a snowstorm that is a
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major proportion. >> reporter: the 1,000-mile path of this system has put states from kansas to maine in the bull's-eye, with winter storm warnings and watches across the board. airport delays caused by the storm are causing many flights to be canceled with a ripple effect being felt coast to coast. dangerous conditions on the roads are also a major factor. at least one person was killed when a car slid off a missouri interstate. but in new england, the massachusetts d.o.t. says they're ready. >> we have almost 4,000 pieces of equipment. we have both salt spreaders and plows and really heavy pieces of equipment, as well as some specialized snowblowing equipment. >> and yet, despite the blizzard-like conditions, not everything came to a halt. the annual army game came on as planned. the navy midshipman beat army for the 12th straight year in a
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row, 34-7. and erin flanagan got her wish of a white wedding. the pottstown, pennsylvania, bride and her groom said their i dos in the middle of a storm. >> i wanted to snow and i think snow is beautiful because i'm from massachusetts and i got it. >> you hit the jackpot. >> yes, i did. >> reporter: beautiful until you have to clean it up. the plows have been out here in the square all morning. massachusetts was prepping for a big storm. they put 2,000 pieces of equipment out on the road. and you can see they're already starting to build up these snowbanks, but this snow is already starting to change over to rain. it means the roads out here are just going to get slushier. pamela, victor? >> this is not their first radio with -- >> be careful out in the street, alexand alexandra. >> that wedding you just saw, it was not the only fun people had this weekend in this massive storm. skiers at bolton valley in
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vermont, they got 6 inches of some fresh powder on the slopes and they could see another 5 by tonight, so that's something. >> i guess so. and not so fun, though, outside the king of prussia mall right near philadelphia. snowplows, as you see right here, working hard, trying to keep those roads clear for all those holiday shoppers. so big question, what can we expect today? and people have been hitting the roads for the morning commute. jennifer grey has your forecast. hi, jennifer. >> hi, guys. we're going to see this to continue to push out as we go through the afternoon today. already looking much, much better across the east coast. d.c., quiet. new york, quiet, and boston, you are clearing out. it is changing over to rain as we speak. we'll zoom down on the boston area. and you can see that snow pushing out. changing over to rain and now in the next hour or two, you will be completely clear as well. still pulling in some lake-effect snow in the great lakes region. so most of the snow today, aside from the lake-effect, will be up in maine, portions of northern vermont, new hampshire. but this is going to push on
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out, even in those areas. this is noon today, and you can see the system, already starting to race up the northeast and then, maine, looking clear by 9:00 tonight. so we will be able to have a little bit of a breather as we go through the overnight hours tonight into tomorrow. just keep in mind, a lot of areas will get below freezing tonight and so a lot of this stuff could refreeze. so you'll have to look out for that black ice, things like that as we go through the morning hours. 2 to 4 inches of snow for northern portions of virginia, vermont, and maine could see up to a foot as we go through the afternoon. temperatures are going to stay very, very cold, though. look at this, monday afternoon, boston, you will be at 23 degrees. your normal high is in the low 40s. new york city, 37 today. 27 on monday. so even though the snow is gone, the chill is definitely going to stick around. >> all right, jennifer. we'll get ready for it. >> we will. >> thank you. >> all right.
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now to south africa. the nation is saying farewell to nelson mandela and it's doing so with ceremony and songs and lots of emotion. the man who did so much to bring his country together at the end of apartheid has now been laid to rest. the ceremony was a private one for family and just close friends. a military escort carried mandela's casket, you see here, draped with the south african flag, to the burial site in his childhood village of qunu. and keeping with tradition, he was buried when the sun was at its brightest. earlier today, thousands of mourners, heads of state, britain's prince charles, oprah winfrey, you can see her there in this image, jesse jackson was there as well, they were all at the state funeral for nelson mandela, and 95 candles that
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dploeed in the funeral tent, one for each year of his remarkable life. >> very emotional. well, pope francis says he's not a marxist. in an interview with an italian newspaper, he says the marxist ideology is wrong. the pope's blunt criticism of capitalism and his focus on the poor led rush limbaugh to call the pontiff's views pure marcusimarcu marksism. we're going to colorado next, new info on that school shooting. >> and a candlelight vigil for claire davis, that high school student that was shot in the head. we'll be right back. ♪
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crime spree, pamela and victor, but a lot of damage and terrifying moments for this community. in fact, we've learned that the suspect, the shooter who eventually took his own life, came to this school armed with a pump action shotgun. he had a machete, he had three molotov cocktails and several rounds of ammunition that were strapped to his body. he bought that ammunition the day of the shooting, on his way to the school, and shockingly, the gun and the ammunition were purchased legally the from a local dealer here in colorado. because the suspect is 18 years old, it was legal for him to purchase those weapons. we're learning more about the motive this morning. the sheriff telling us that they believe that the debate coach was, indeed, the intended target. apparently, the suspect in the debate coach had an argument of some sort, back in september. there was a disciplinary action taken against karl pierson, the shooter in this case, and at that time in september, he apparently threatened, verbally,
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against that debate coach. so, again, he came here, he entered the school, next to the library, where he believed the debate coach was probably standing. he's also a school librarian. now, we've also learned that why they don't believe that the 17-year-old was his intended target, the 17-year-old who was critically injured, they do believe that he came here with the intention to injure multiple people, but the sheriff says that claire davis, the young lady who's now fighting for her life, just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time when pierson entered the buildin building. >> and i know that claire davis is a young woman of principle, she's a young woman of purpose. she is an innocent young lady, and she was an innocent victim of an evil act of violence. >> i know how much she loves all you guys and i know how much
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this would mean to her and i can't thank you guys enough for being here for you are. i know chris is doing the donations for claire and her family and some other things that i told them i'd help them out with. so i want to thank you guys so much for everything you guys are doing for her and her family. i know they appreciate it. i told them they appreciate it a lot, so thank you. >> reporter: that last sound that you heard there was from a prayer vigil held for the victim last night. the victim, claire davis' father, tells us that his daughter has severe head trauma for being hit at point-blank range with the gun and he's asking for everybody to keep his daughter in their thoughts and prayers. we do know that grief counselors are helping the students and this entire community cope with this tragic news. victor and pamela? >> really quickly, ana, is school open tomorrow? is this still an active investigation at this school? >> reporter: it is still an active investigation. the sheriff believes they'll be doing detailing and processing
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this school some time today and they'll hand that over to the school district. we do know school is closed tomorrow. no school here tomorrow. in fact, the superintendent of schools for littleton public school district said that it is unlikely that classes will resume as normal this week, however, they may have some modified schedules. we're waiting to learn that schedule as the week progresses, but, again, no classes tomorrow. victor, pamela? >> the students have a lot of healing to do. ana cabrera, live in centennial, colorado. and a lot of thoughts and prayers with the victim, claire davis. and in other news this morning, the coast guard is responding to a gasoline spill in alaska, after a pipe spilled an estimated 7,000 gallons of gasoline. it was severed during tidal changes overnight. officials have removed all vessels from the water and the fire department is using vapor mists to try to drive away fumes there. a fast-moving snowstorm is hitting the northeast. coming up, we'll tell you how much snow is heading your way. plus, what would you do if
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it's my pleasure to announce the 2013 heisman memorial trophy winner. and the winner is jameis winston, florida state university. >> and he is the youngest heisman winner ever, after leading his team to an undefeated regular season, 13-0. star quarterback and red shirt
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freshman, jameis winston was named the best player if the game. >> only 19 years old, unbelievable. and joining us now for more heisman talk, jamal anderson. great to have you with us, jamal. >> good to be here. >> i guess this was no big surprise, but what do you think of the pick? >> jameis winton had a great season. this year, he came out of nowhere, the great energy, the great story leading florida state, and the way he played was outstanding. and 19 years old. a lot of people thought he was going to be the runaway winner, and obviously, the controversy with the accusations down in florida state somewhat derailed, but what people talked about most was how composed this player was and how he continued to lead physicflorida state in of the investigation. >> what role do you believe it played? 115 voters left him off the ballot altogether.
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>> and you have that number, but you also have to understand that he had -- he won by the seventh largest margin in history. so for some people, obviously, it was a factor.ly looked a to the investigation and didn't like anything they saw, or the outcome. even though there are no charges against jameis winston, and i think that's what the majority of the voters looked at. when they decided there weren't going to be charges, people clearly said, he's been the most outstanding football player in college football and he the deserves our vote. >> and we've seen other players who have been under those kind of allegations, roethlisberger with the steelers, went on to have successful careers. i think it's important, you emphasize, no charges. he's a freshman, as we said. how long do you think it would be until he goes pro? having a heisman trophy is a pretty big deal. >> he has to wait at least another season. he's a red shirt freshman, has the to wait until after his sophomore season. the rules used to be you have to be a junior, but you have to be 20 years old.
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you have to wait one more year. he'll play another season at florida state. i don't know if the rest of the s.e.c. is happy to hear about that, but i'm sure by the end of next season, jameis winston will be taking off. >> let's make sure all things stay as they are and no charges are filed. but there is this cloud around jameis winston with the allegations. do you think that will play any role going into the draft if he decides, i'm done after my sophomore year? >> i really don't think so. you looked last fight, and the thing about him, you looked at the interviews last night and you saw his presence, the way he spoke, for a 19-year-old guy, he handled himself so well in all those interviews. there are no charges, he's an outstanding player. and everything else you've heard and read and know from people who know this kid, they say nothing but outstanding things. everything from here on out is just about the best person he can be moving forward.
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>> i think that's important to know, there is a pretty rigorous sort of interview process. >> there's no question, the nfl quarterback, you know, it's a quarterback-driven league now. you're looking at the quarterbacks being the top names in the marquee players and, you know, for defensive players, the most protected guys on the football field, they don't like that. but the fact remains, you know, quarterbacks lead the majority of the teams in the nfl. >> and 12 out of the last 14 to take on the heisman trophy. >> i've got to ask really quickly, you look at some other heisman trophy winners, matt leinart, tim tebow, they have not gone on to have successful careers in the nfl. let's take out your crystal ball. what do you think about him? >> he's just a different player. he's really a different player. the only player who was drafted in the first round on the quarterbacks last year was from florida state. look at what jameis winston has come in and done with that cast of characters. he's a different type of player, a two-sport athlete, an outstanding baseball player as well. the guy is different, this guy
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is different. i would be surprised if he wouldn't with able to have success on the next level. >> we'll see if he can top off a great year with a bcs national championship on his 20th birthday. thank you very much! all right. still to come on "new day," no matter how much snow falls, it just can't stop some people. we'll tell you what's next for the rest of the weekend and your monday morning commute. that's coming up next. but first, let's check in with dr. sanjay gupta for a look at what's coming up on "sjmd." it's 7:30 eastern time. >> we're devoting a lot of time today to the issue of mental health, something people often talking about only in the wake of a big tragedy. but what is daily life like few you live with someone who has a mental illness? we'll talk about that. and how might you survive as that family in nevada did if you finally find yourself stranded in this wintery weather? we've got that and much more at the bottom of hour. [ male announcer ] if you can clear a crowd but not your nasal congestion,
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hey, if you live in the northeast, look at this. some of this could be on your way. this is laurel, massachusetts. could be on the way to you. you can see they're working hard to keep the roads clear or to get them clear. there might be a lot of this today, trying to clean up. millions are digging out this morning of all this snow. we've got our jennifer grey standing by to tell us just how much is on the way. >> yeah, the good news is, the worst of it's over. all of it is really now pushing out into portions of maine and even northern portions of new hampshire and vermont. as for boston, you are really clear right now. changed over to rain quickly and then now it is continuing to push on out. as for the forecast path, this is 8:00 this morning, and you can see, new york, washington, all of you looking good for today. the snow does push out of maine, as we go through the afternoon today, into the overnight. this is 9:00 p.m. and all of new england looking good. aside from a little bit of
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lake-effect snow in upstate new york and right around buffalo, we could see some of that snow accumulate again today. lake-effect has been a pain across portions of the northeast lately. wind gusts to 27 miles per hour, though, in boston. 48 in portland. so it is going to be a very windy day across the northeast and even though the snow has moved out, still going to deal with that wind across portions of the northeast. so, guys, we are going to be cold in the northeast, but luckily, most of the snow has already pushed out. >> all right. we'll get ready for all the snow. thanks, jennifer. >> all right. what would you do with $550 million? >> i could think of a few things. >> i've got a few that's how much is up for grabs in tuesday night's mega millions drawing. the prize drew from $425 million, after officials say no winning ticket was sold there. >> that's right, the jackpot, now the second biggest many mega millions history. hey, but don't quit your job just yet. experts say you have a better chance of getting killed by an
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