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a critical election day across the country. primary races in six states. the results could be a key indicator of what happens in november. will republicans gain enough momentum to take over the senate? we are breaking down all the major races. happening now, crisis in libya. the u.s. military ready to evacuate americans from the country's capital as deadly fights in the street rage on. we are bringing you the very latest this morning. and breaking news overnight. finally, raw satellite data used to shape the search for missing malaysia airlines flight 370 is set to be released.
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investigators promising families they will finally get the answers that they've been waiting for. we're live in malaysia with the latest. good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it's tuesday, may 20th. it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. up first, primary day. >> whoo-hoo! >> voters heading to the polls in six states to decide several key races that could shape the direction of the nation and the november midterm elections. the stakes are pretty high in kentucky, where senate minority leader mitch mcconnell is expected to defeat challenger matt bevin for the gop dog: what, what? mattress discounters what, what? mattress discounters memorial day sale nomination after a nasty campaign. ends monday? a big win for mcconnell could deliver a blow to the tea party, but mattress discounters has the largest selection of memory foam mattresses which put a lot of money behind under one "roof." it. >> in georgia, it has been a comforpedic, icomfort, optimum, wild, wide-open primary with and wow, four years interest-free financing five republicans likely heading for a july runoff vote in their bid to take the senate seat of on the entire tempur-pedic cloud collection, the retiring saxby chambliss. even a queen size sealy gel memory foam mattress the eventual winner would face for just $497. democrat michelle nunn, daughter of democratic senator sam nunn. better hurry! the memorial day sale ends monday. chelsea clinton's mother-in-law is trying to make a ♪ mattress discounters congressional comeback in
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pennsylvania. marjorie margulies is seeking the democratic nod, getting fund-raising robocall help from bill and hillary clinton. more eyes will be on oregon to see if it is a blue state that has the potential to turn red in november. peed rick neurosurgeon monica webby is expected to win the republican primary against jason konger. republicans think she has a shot to unseat senator jeff merkley in november. >> in idaho, for the tea party, mike simpson, a john boehner ally and eight-term incumbent congressman trying to hold off a strong challenge from tea party candidate brian smith. and in arkansas, mark prior and tom cotton is expected to clinch their respective nominations. republicans say they like their chances of gaining a senate seat in that state come november. decision day across the we'll dig a lot deeper into country. critical primary elections set today's big primary contests and to shape which party will the trends to watch for when control congress this fall. we're breaking down the big races you need to watch today. breaking news overnight. we're joined by political editor china denying allegations that
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paul steinhauser. it spied on american companies, get up, paul, hurry. >> set that alarm. promising retaliation if the the united states has doubled the number of aircrafts u.s. pursues charges against standing by in italy, just in five accused chinese hackers. case americans need to be evacuated from the u.s. embassy we're live in beijing with the in tripoli, libya. very latest. a minute-by-minute decision. an evacuation order could come the u.s. ready to evacuate at any moment this morning as americans from its embassy in libya. the country in crisis as deadly fierce fighting erupts throughout the capital city. fighting takes over the streets. let's get more from pentagon the very latest, ahead. correspondent barbara starr. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> john, christine, with >> and i'm john berman. violence rising every day in about 32 minutes past the hour right now, and can you smell it libya, the question now, is that in the air? country falling into civil war? >> it's election day! and if it is, can the u.s. >> it's election day! voters head to the polls in six embassy remain open? states to decide several key can diplomats stay on the job? primary races that could shape the direction of the nation and, if the violence gets any worse, really, the midterm elections. the state department is prepared the stakes are high in kentucky, to evacuate the 200 or so where senate minority leader americans that are there. mitch mcconnell is leading a package of heavily armed challenger matt bevin in the polls for the gop nomination there. this has been a fairly nasty marines waiting just to the north in italy across the campaign. a big win for mcconnell would deliver a blow to the tea party, mediterranean, about 250 marines which put a lot of money and equipped with eight v-22 effort behind his opponent, aircraft that can fly very bevin. quickly to italy. in georgia, it has been a wild they are on a two-hour string. primary between five republicans what does that mean? there. that race likely headed to a that means if the evacuation order comes, they will be in the runoff in july between the top
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two vote-getters. air and on their way to libya within two hours or less. this, the republicans making a bid to take the senate seat of just a couple of years after the disaster in benghazi, the the retiring saxby chambliss. the eventual winner faces administration is taking no democrat michelle nunn, who is the daughter of former senator chances. it has the troops and the sam nunn. firepower ready to go to get >> chelsea clinton's mother-in-law trying to make a americans out of libya if it congressional comeback in comes to that. pennsylvania. john, christine? >> barbara starr, thanks for marjor that. marjorie margolies is seeking a war of words erupting this the democratic nod after getting morning between the u.s. and fund-raising and robocall help china. officials in beijing warning the from bill and hillary clinton. all eyes will be on oregon to see if it's a blue state that white house they will retaliate if charges against five chinese might turn red. military officers are pursued by pediatric neurosurgeon monica the justice department. webe expected to win. these officers are accused of hacking into american companies democrats think she could unseat to steal american trade secrets. democratic senator jeff merkley china's assistant foreign in november. in idaho, another big race for minister has summoned u.s. the tea party, mike simpson, a ambassador max baucus to discuss the charges. john boehner ally and eight-term so, what corporate secrets did incumbent congressman trying to the hackers try to steal? hold off a strong challenge from tea party candidate brian smith. well, these hackers allegedly >> in arkansas, mark prior and stole network credentials for all of the employees at challenger tom cotton are allegheny technologies, spied on expected to clinch their
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steel manufacturer alcoa and respective nominations. republicans have liked their eavesdropped on e-mails from the chances for gaining this senate seat in arkansas, though mark steelworkers union during a trade dispute. it comes down to hackers trying prior has been hanging tough to find a shortcut for chinese there as well. we'll break down the primary businesses to get ahead of contest and trends to watch for american businesses. many of these chinese businesses next hour. are actually government-owned or we'll be joined by cnn political tied to the chinese government. editor paul steinhauser, so do steel is consistently viewed as not touch that dial. >> paul's just getting out of better quality in the u.s. than the shower and racing to the chinese steel. some of the attacked companies bureau. were doing business in china. we'll see him in an hour. tension building between the hackers also allegedly stole u.s. and china. blueprints to nuclear power officials in beijing furious plants. over the indictment of five that's what the u.s. alleges. and business plans for solar chinese military officers energy companies. accused of hacking into u.s. companies to steal corporate all right, some other news. secrets. the state department closely they're now summoning u.s. monitoring a volatile situation unfolding right now, this ambassador max baucus, morning, in bangkok. threatening to retaliate against the u.s. thailand's army declaring let's bring in david kennedy martial law nationwide. live from beijing this morning. this is an announcement that caught the thai government off david, american companies have pursued a china strategy for a guard. army officials say this is not a good 20 years now and they've coup. all along complained that the it's friendly martial law, just a move to maintain peace after chinese government, the pla, the people's liberation army, has six months of sometimes violent been actually helping steal antigovernment protests. trade secrets. the cia is promising to this is the first real move by never again use immunization the u.s. government to try to campaigns for spying, which is make that case. exactly what it did during the
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hunt for osama bin laden, setting up a hepatitis survey in the pakistani city where bin >> reporter: well, many american investors i've spoken to over laden was ultimately killed to the years have certainly made extract dna from his relatives. those allegations privately. and yes, this is the first time the effort failed and the pakistani doctor behind it sent that it's come out in an to prison. critics say the stealth programs indictment by the justice fuel anger against immunization department, run by the fbi. and you know, christine, you saw workers and could promote the resurgence of diseases like these wanted posters of these polio. one of three patients in the five individuals, some of them, united states diagnosed with the in fact, in pla uniforms. mers virus now fully recovered. he's been discharged from an this was at best deeply orlando hospital. he's described as a health care embarrassing to the chinese provider who lives and works in government. they hit back very quickly, saudi arabia. all other health care workers summoning the u.s. ambassador to who came in contact with him as china, max baucus, to a very well as family members have late-night meeting here in tested negative for the deadly beijing, a kind of slap on the virus. so, that's good news. >> yes, absolutely good news. wrist, but they have warned that there could be further all right, a top swiss bank, consequences from the chinese credit suisse, has agreed to pay side. they're also saying that the a nearly $3 billion fine for u.s. response is hypocritical, helping wealthy americans hide given the revelations by former assets through secret accounts nsa contractor edward snowden. in order to avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes. they say that everyone is doing credit suisse pleading guilty to this, but they're saying they a criminal charge of aiding and don't. in fact, "we have never engaged abetting tax evasion. very rare for a big company to in any theft of any trade
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plead guilty to criminal charges. secrets." so, china is saying it's not the deputy u.s. attorney general calls the bank's guilty plea them, and they're saying that the u.s. is out of line. historic and says the illegal christine? >> that is the standard activity at credit suisse was response. i mean, when there have been pervasive. time for an "early start" on allegations before of chinese your money this morning. european stocks near six-year pla-tied cyber espionage on u.s. highs in the u.s., dow futures companies, i mean, one time the slightly higher this hour. tech stocks had a terrific day chinese foreign ministers told yesterday. the nasdaq up nearly a percent, me the americans were seeing the dow and the s&p also closing ghosts, you know? they've always said this is not up just slightly. happening and always have turned around and said, no, the u.s. is tech stocks have had a rough few doing it, so that's the standard months after strong gains the beginning of the year. response. i think there's probably no the techs index is down just chance these accused hackers will ever see a trial, david. over a percent year to date. the big move here is that the the big question so many u.s. government is publicly people are asking right now, what's the vice president doing blasting these members and today? well, joe biden embarks on a telling, putting the chinese government on notice. four-day visit to romania and cypress. the mission, reassuring european allies that the u.s. is committed to the region in the >> reporter: well, that's right. face of russian aggression in it's kind of a naming and the ukraine. mr. biden will urge officials in shaming. and also, the fact that one cypress to step up sanctions state, this being the u.s., of against russia. course, is putting forward and in bucharest, the vice president plans to discuss how the romanians can help europe criminal indictments against officials from another state, that being china. with its energy needs and lessen you know, these charges could dependence on russian gas bring 10 to 15 years in a supplies. >> okay, so what about the
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federal prison, if they were president, then? happening today, big metered out. but of course, there is very business comes to the white house. president obama expected to greet business leaders from across the country and around little chance, well, i'd say the world. about zero chance the chinese ford, honda among the corporate will send these officials over giants represented at the to the u.s. meeting with the president. the topic is jobs, investing in again, they deny they have anything to do with anything. and creating good-paying jobs and apart from the denials, here in the u.s. and i mean, i'm interested in christine, china's also pointing what kind of leverage the the finger to the u.s. president has, because he's had just today, state media saying job councils before and we have seen big companies lagging in that, in fact, china has been under attack from u.s. sources the big job creation. >> i'll bet the discussion there for many years. some analysts say there is some will be about as high brow as it truth to that in terms of the was last night for the president when he paid a surprise visit -- >> i love this. nsa, allegations against the nsa >> -- to a little league and infiltrating chinese baseball field in northwest washington. while heading to a fund-raiser, networks. others say there's a difference he dropped off press secretary here between espionage and jay carney, who was there to watch his daughter play. corporate espionage. the president stuck around, got >> right. >> reporter: in fact, stealing to throw out the first pitch. it's probably appropriate, if secrets to help competitors get the president shows up, he gets to throw out the first pitch. a leg up, whether it be nuclear you can see the stunned little power or solar energy, all of leaguers and parents shaking these are in that indictment, hands, taking pictures. notice he didn't stick around and it does paint a very bleak for the game, because the president is smart enough to picture about the way that china know that little league baseball uses the military, allegedly, to games are torturous. >> i love the fact that he was help its own corporate dropping off jay carney.
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what are they, carpooling? interests. >> and let's be clear, >> yeah, big motorcade to go to companies -- i'm sorry, the little league game so jay governments spy on each other a carney can get there, but it's a lot. that is happening all the time. wonderful picture. >> it was. i hope they had a great day. but a government actually breaking news overnight, new stealing intellectual property information set to be released to give your own country's in the search for missing companies a leg up, that's what malaysian airlines flight 370. we're talking about here. finally, the families will get david mckenzie, thanks so much the data they've been asking for that excellent report. you know, companies have for. plus, the nba now formally complained for years that trying to terminate donald they're under attack, under attack by chinese hackers. sterling's ownership of the l.a. what are they after? okay, so, cyber security expert clippers, but it doesn't look like he's going to go quietly. brian krebs explains. new developments after the break. >> they want to know what these my name is jenny, and i quit smoking with chantix. companies are willing to give up before chantix, i tried to quit... when they come to the negotiating table with the probably about five times. chinese government, you know. it was different than the other times they're trying to get contracts over there. i tried to quit. along with support, that's the main thing. chantix (varenicline) is they want to know -- long story proven to help people quit smoking. it's a non-nicotine pill. short, they want our r&d. chantix reduced my urge to smoke. that helped me quit smoking. like, who wants to spend tens of some people had changes in behavior, billions on r&d if you can steal thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood it for a few million bucks? and suicidal thoughts or actions so that's essentially what while taking or after stopping chantix. they're doing. >> the justice department says if you notice any of these, stop chantix and call your doctor right away. they stole things from power tell your doctor about any history of mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. plants and secrets amidst a
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don't take chantix if you've had a serious trade dispute in china. allergic or skin reaction to it. the allegations that it's giving if you develop these, stop chantix and see its own companies a boost. your doctor right away as some can be in total, the attacks cost u.s. life-threatening. firms billions in lost profits. tell your doctor if you have a history of heart 20 minutes to the hour right or blood vessel problems, or if you develop new or now. chaos and bloodshed in worse symptoms. get medical help right away if you have symptoms libya's capital city. the united states doubling the of a heart attack or stroke. number of aircraft standing by use caution when driving or operating machinery. in italy just in case hundreds common side effects include nausea, trouble of americans need to be rescued from the u.s. embassy in sleeping and unusual dreams. tripoli. my quit date was my son's birthday. and that was my gift for him and me. an evacuation order could come at any time this morning as ask your doctor if fierce fighting erupts chantix is right for you. throughout the city. let's get more from pentagon correspondent barbara starr. >> reporter: john, christine, with violence rising every day in libya, the question now, is that country falling into civil war? and if it is, can the u.s. embassy remain open? could diplomats stay on the job? if the violence gets any worse, the state department is prepared to evacuate the 200 or so americans that are there. a package of heavily armed marines waiting just to the north in italy, across the mediterranean, about 250 marines
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equipped with eight v-22 aircraft that can fly very quickly to italy, they are on a two-hour string. what does that mean? that means if the evacuation order comes, they will be in the air and on their way to libya within two hours or less. just a couple of years after the disaster in benghazi, the administration is taking no chances. it has the troops and the firepower ready to go to get americans out of libya if it comes to that. john, christine? >> our thanks to barbara for that report. we'll keep an eye on that all morning for you. meanwhile, the state department is monitoring a potentially explosive situation unfolding this morning in bangk bangkok. thailand's army declaring martial law is in effect nationwide. this is an announcement that caught the thai government off guard. army officials say this is not a coup. they say it's just a move to maintain peace after six months of sometimes violent antigovernment protests. all right, an "early start" on your money this morning.
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credit suisse stock trading higher after that huge settlement announced. it's up! it's up more than 2.5%, putting all of its legal problems behind us, we would assume. overall stocks in europe slightly lower but hovering near a six-year high. dow futures pointing to a slightly lower open on wall street. a lot can change, but that's a look at this moment. donald sterling not giving up his nba team quietly. overnight making new demands as the league formally begins the process of taking the l.a. clippers from him. plus, another va hospital under scrutiny, accused of lying about patient care. where investigators are looking 12 minutes past the hour. now. and construction on a the raw satellite data the college football field. >> oh, my! flight 370 families have been >> not really going as planned. comma there's not supposed to be that demanding to see for weeks could giant hole in the end zone. soon be available to the public. we'll have the story after the the malaysian government and break. officials from the british satellite firm inmarsat previously denied having it. now they've issued a joint statement saying they're working on releasing it in the name of transparency. let's bring in saima mohsin, monitoring the developments live from kuala lumpur this morning.
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so, now after this delay, with the families asking so many times to see this raw data, now they're going to make it available. tell us what we can expect to see. >> reporter: yeah, good morning, christine. yeah, we've had this snowball effect overnight in kuala lumpur. first, the acting transportation minister announcing that he has asked the departments of civil aviation to work with inmarsat. then early morning here kuala lumpur time, another press release coming jointly from inmarsat, the satellite company, and the civil aviation department, saying they're working together. what they want to do, christine, according to them, is present this information in two parts, really. there will be the raw data that the families have been demanding so long, as we know, we've really been campaigning for coming up behind them for this, and then they want to provide some information that will explain to the families -- and that's what they said in this statement this morning -- that will explain to the families how
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to read that data. now, i've been talking to several members of the families here in kuala lumpur, and sarah bajc, one of the partners of mh-370 passenger, she's in beijing, and i asked her why she was spearheading this campaign to get this data. >> we don't just need the data of the seven pings. we need all of the data that that plane was transmitting, including for days before. so, that flight goes every single day, right? we need to have comparison points of how that flight would have been echoed, how it would have been tracked based on known landing and position times. >> reporter: and you know, there's a lot of suspicion as well. sarah bajc also told us that she believes that there are too many hidden agendas, too many vested interests. and the malaysian government simply has to let this go and put this in the hands of an
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independent body, or at least what the family members feel would be an independent body. so, what's she planning on doing with this data, christine? well, they plan to take it, either share it with independent experts that they are sourcing or ask people to approach them. so, really, they don't even want this in a presentable way. they want the raw data. they want more than that, and they want to find out for themselves where this plane ended up and where their loved ones are. christine? >> we've seen that mistrust for weeks now. weeks, they have just not trusted what they've been getting from the authorities. thank you. quarter past the hour now. the so-called hook-handed terrorist has been convicted. on the second day of deliberations, a man hann jury finding abu hamza al masri guilty on 11 terror-related charges. the muslim cleric was accused of inspiring terrorists, aiding kidnappers and trying to found a terror training camp in oregon. he will be sentenced on september 9th and could face life in prison. the house of representatives no comment yet from the nba stepping up efforts to fight on a report that the lawyer for human trafficking. banned l.a. clippers owner several lawmakers, including house majority leader eric donald sterling is demanding, cantor, will address this issue
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today. according to officials, there three months to respond to the are some 20 million victims worldwide and more than 17,000 disciplinary charges against him. on monday, sterling was charged people are trafficked into the with damaging the league with u.s. annually, many of them racist comments and gave him children, children in the until may 27th to respond. commercial sex trade. a special board of governors five bipartisan bills are meeting was set for june 3rd, at expected to hit the house floor which the other nba owners could this week. you may soon be able to text vote to terminate sterling's ownership of the clippers. 911. two planes involved in last four major wireless carriers are month's near miss at newark making the emergency service available across the nation. airport came near feet from a supporters call this a long collision. that's according to a new report from safety regulators, which overdue step toward updating the says the planes were separated emergency response system. local governments in 16 states by 150 feet laterally and about are already using this. highly, highly effective. 400 feet vertically. i've done stories on this. the federal government will that is very close. require all service providers to some 200 people were on board offer it by the end of the year. those planes, which were all right, the nba has now operating on intersecting set a date, june 3rd, for runways. a final report on that incident potentially voting donald expected to take several months. sterling out as owner of the los >> that is much too close. angeles clippers, june 3rd. >> yeah. the va hospital scandal the league on monday officially growing, another medical center began the process of removing him on charges he has damaged under investigation after allegations it kept a secret wait list for patients. the league with his racist three staff members at the comments. gainesville, florida, facility sterling has until may 27th to have been placed on leave. respond and can present his side whistleblowers at other at next month's board of facilities have claimed they were ordered to doctor records governors meeting. the nba is not commenting on a
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to conceal long wait times. "sports illustrated" report that in arizona, some 40 veterans sterling's lawyer is demanding a three-month delay to prepare his reportedly died while waiting response. >> it will be interesting. it will be tough for the nba to for care. delay right now. touchdown dances not recommended right now at austin we are learning new details about last month's near p. state in tennessee. collision at newark airport. a 40-foot-deep sinkhole just according to a new report, planes from united airlines and opened up. >> this is the end zone right express jet were separated by there. work crews noticed the earth just 50 yards laterally and 135 start to open up weeks ago but yards vertically. they couldn't stop the hole from that is very close. growing. they were operating on now look at that. intersecting runways as one was that sinkhole is 50 feet wide. taking off, the other landing. combined 211 people were on governor stadium was already undergoing renovations. board these flights. probably a good idea. no one was injured. it is expected to be ready for the final report not expected the fall season. for several months, but wow. that will be where the visitors >> that's close. go. that's the visitors' end zone. another va medical center under investigation this morning all right, behold now the after officials found a wait list of patients kept on paper humbling enormity and power of a rather than in the va's computer supercell storm. system. three staff members at the this is really incredible. >> oh, my! gainesville, florida, facility >> time-lapse video shot by have been placed on paid leave. storm chasers near new castle, this comes amid a widening wyoming. the system produced torrential scandal where whistleblowers say downpours, hail as big as they were told to cook the books baseballs. supercells are a special kind of to conceal dangerously long patient wait times. in phoenix, at least 40 veterans single-cell thunderstorm that can last for hours and spawn may have died waiting for care. today, a former top campaign
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almost every significant tornado staffer for chris christie in the u.s. >> they're so weirdly beautiful. testifies in the bridgegate i mean, they're so dangerous, but it is so weirdly beautiful investigation. matt mowers now runs the to watch something like that, republican party of new especially on time-lapse. hampshire, but he was once the >> and we can use the word governor's point of contact with spawn. >> i know. >> which is good. mark sokolich, the democratic all right, now let's get a mayor of ft. lee, new jersey. officials are trying to determine if lane closures on look at your forecast with chad myers. >> good morning, guys. a couple severe storms across the george washington bridge the upper midwest and still a were designed to punish sokolich fire threat in the southwest, but not so much for l.a. and for refusing to bid christie's southern california. re-election bid. a little bit farther into the tennessee might not be so mountain states than that. motivated to score touchdowns it will be 88 in albuquerque, 89 next season. a 40-foot-deep sinkhole just in dallas today, 77 in new york. opened up in their stadium's end so, it does warm up today, but zone. work crews noticed the earth it doesn't warm up as much opening up weeks ago but tomorrow because showers move into the northeast. couldn't stop from growing. the warm front is to your south, the sinkhole 508 feet wide. which means the warm air isn't governor stadium is undergoing where you are. it's to your south. it will be into d.c. and renovations, expected to be richmond and the like. ready for the fall season. temperatures there will be that is something. warmer than new york city, but >> came from excessive spiking not really by all that much. of the ball in the end zone, too you see baltimore at 82, new much pressure there. york tomorrow a high of 70. >> unbelievable. georgia officials do not back out to the west, you see have to disclose the source of the state's lethal injection salt lake city at 75, kansas drugs, according to a ruling by city at 83. the state supreme court, which enjoy your day. reversed a lower court decision traveling today, airports should
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be pretty much on time. granting a stay of execution to a convicted killer. keep that in mind as the day goes on, but so far, so good. attorneys for warren lee hill guys, back to you. argue that confidentiality could >> i'm holding him to that. lead to more botched executions >> pretty much on time. like the one last month in that's a very precise oklahoma, where officials also measurement. >> that's dangerous to say at refused to disclose the source of these drugs. 4:48 a.m. in the east. another voter-approved ban a lot can change. breaking news overnight. on same-sex marriage has fallen investigators searching for missing malaysian airlines in the courts. a federal judge striking down a flight 370 will release the raw satellite data used to shape 2004 oregon amendment defining their search. we are live in malaysia with marriage as between a man and a reaction this morning right woman, calling it discriminatory after the break. and saying it violates equal protection. gay couples statewide racing to tie the knot in oregon. hey, razor. check this out. listen up, thunder dragons, it's time to get a hotel. minnesota has become the we can save big on killer hotels with priceline express deals. first state to ban some antibacterial soaps. the governor there signing a somewhere with a fitness center? bill to prohibit the chemical hey you know what man, these guys aint no dragons. triclocid, which is used in 75% they're cool. these deals are legit. of antibacterial products and is yeah, we're cool. she's cool. we're cool. i'm cool. linked to hormone disruption in lab animals. hey, isn't that razor's old lady? defenders say triclosan provides not anymore. health benefits. priceline savings without the bidding. the fda says there is no evidence showing it is more effective than regular soap and water.
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the law takes effect in 2015. >> sanjay gupta says soap and water, sing happy birthday twice? >> he sings happy birthday a lot. >> he's a happy guy. all right, how does this sound to you? an action film starring jay z and beyonce. you're looking for the trailer for "run," but the film doesn't exist. the first couple of pop released a fake but believable preview sunday. the clip ends with the words "coming never," but not if fans have their say. there is already an online petition to get a film made. the couple's joint on the run concert tour begins next month. >> isn't it interesting that they're promoting this upcoming concert tour right on the heels of having that big, public blowup last week? it's a whole lot of coincidental publicity all at once. >> there's a whole lot of publicity with beyonce and jay z in general. >> indeed, there is. 20 minutes after the hour. happening now, an olympic athlete accused of murdering his model girlfriend now being sent to a mental institution. we have breaking news about how
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long oscar pistorius will be locked away at this institution and what it means for the trial. we're live in south africa after the break.
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the raw satellite data that was used to determine the final path of flight 370 could soon be made available to the public, at last. the malaysian government and officials from the british satellite firm inmarsat have both been denying that -- well, they've been suggesting that the other one has it. now they've issued a joint statement, saying they're working on releasing it in the name of transparency.
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let's bring in saima mohsin. she's been monitoring these developments live from kuala lumpur. saima, at last, people might get a look at this. >> reporter: yeah, john, you know, it's taken us some time to get to this point, hasn't it? we've been pressing and pushing and making those calls, and so, too, of course, have the family members of those aboard flight mh-370. finally, late monday night here in kuala lumpur, we got a statement from the acting transportation minister, hishammuddin bin hussein. he's the man who often holds these press conferences saying that he has instructed the departments of civil aviation to work with inmarsat. that's the satellite data company that first came forward with this data. to release it. this morning here in kuala lumpur, we've had another statement saying, yes, we have now started working on this. and what they're doing, john, is providing two sets of information, really. what they're going to do is provide the raw data, and alongside it, kind of like an instruction manual, if you like,
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of how to read that data. but we're not really sure if the families of the passengers on mh-370 are going to be satisfied with that, because what they're saying is they want more data than just that raw data. they want data going way back, they want data from other planes. so, it's yet to see if that is exactly what they wanted. and crucially, they want this investigated by another independent body, and that, john, is because there is just so much suspicion now around flight mh-370, suspicion including some family members tell me, whether or not the plane really did end its journey in the southern indian ocean. john? >> so many questions, including why and how this data has been released. certainly, they'll want to take new developments just in a close look at it to make sure from south africa. they have all of it when it does oscar pistorius back in court this morning, not for more come out. saima mohsin in kuala lumpur. grueling testimony, but to find out when he will begin his 30 thank you so much. coming up, your kids days of psychiatric evaluation probably have one of these attached to their bike helmets. ordered by the judge after a it's gopro. you know little gopro? psychiatrist testified that the it's going public. former olympian is a danger to business news after the break. every day, people fall.
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society. our robyn curnow tracking the from a simple misstep, to tripping over a rug, developments live from pretoria. to just losing their balance. what have we learned, robyn? and not being able to get up from a fall can have >> reporter: hi, there. serious, lifetime consequences. a short court appearance by being prepared is important. oscar pistorius, the judge simply saying she orders him to philips lifeline with autoalert is more than go for this observation starting just a medical alert button. next week, no longer than 30 it's an advanced fall detection system designed days. to get you help quickly. essentially, she's postponed the court until the 30th of june, if you fall and you're unable to push your button, the fall detection technology within when a panel of experts is autoalert can trigger the button to automatically likely then to deliver their place a call for help. findings for the court. our us-based staff will make sure you get the help what is interesting about this you need right away. this is philips lifeline. order is that normally when somebody is sent off, we received a fall-detected signal. essentially, for psychiatric do you need help? observation, they're under call now about philips lifeline with autoalert, the only button with philips' advanced fall lockdown, they're locked in detection technology. these maximum security we'll send you this free information kit about the institutions. well, oscar pistorius is being importance of getting help quickly, allowed to go through this process as an out-patient, should you happen to fall. when i fell, i couldn't press the button. clocking in at 9:00 a.m. in the morning, allowed to leave by 4:00 p.m., has his weekends i blacked out. free. a psychiatrist, psychologist and so having lifeline with autoalert i've spoken to say this is really saved me. highly unusual, but of course, if they don't push the button, this case is not very unususual. they're not able to push the button,
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it takes over and gets them the help that they need. i think the justice department multiple sensors inside autoalert can recognize trying to balance the needs of the differences between your everyday justice but the interests in movements and a fall. this domestically, so if a fall does happen, and you're unable to push internationally and also the your button, autoalert can detect it and need for south africans to get this over and done with. automatically place a call for help. they want this wrapped up soon. autoalert is comfortable yet discreet, so you can wear it at all times. >> interesting. an example of what some might and because it's waterproof, see as generous treatment of you can even wear it in the shower or bathtub pistorius during this entire trial process. where many serious falls happen. any sense of who this over seven million people have benefitted from psychiatric evaluation period the lifeline service. benefits, the prosecution or the no wonder it's recommended by over 100,000 defense? is there one side that was pushing for it more than another? healthcare professionals nationwide. now is the time to be prepared. >> reporter: it's very difficult, and i suppose it sooner or later, everyone falls. depends on the eventual make sure you have autoalert findings. what was clear when i was in before it happens. court this morning, it took a if you or someone you love would like information while for proceedings to start, so i watched the body language about philips lifeline with autoalert, of everybody, and there was call now for your free information kit and ask quite a huge sense of about free activation when you order. relaxation, a lot of joking and laughing between oscar pistorius and his legal team. also, the state sort of chitchatting amongst themselves. there wasn't this earnestness or seriousness or anxiety on either side. so, i think both sides seem to
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be thinking that this is necessary. basically, what has to be done is this panel of experts either has to disagree or agree with the defense's psychiatric testimony that oscar pistorius has this anxiety disorder, which might have really implicated or give some sort of impulse into why he acted like he did the night he shot and killed reeva steenkamp. so, that is essentially what is at stake. >> and lastly, if they do agree with that notion that he has this condition, then the defense would be able to suggest that he's not guilty -- in the u.s., it would be not guilty by reason of insanity. >> reporter: well, i think that sort of depends on how much they agree with the psychiatrist. if they say, listen, he's not criminally responsible for his actions, there is an agreement that he's insane, absolutely, not guilty. but then he will be sent off to an institution indefinitely until he gets better. i think the more likely things we're probably either going to
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see is them disagreeing, saying, listen, he doesn't have an anxiety disorder, you know, it's overblown. he acted with intent, with responsibility, he knew what he was doing, or they agree that the fact that he's a double amputee, that he's vulnerable, these life experiences of having an amputation, of the pressure of his family, pretending that nothing was wrong with him did have some impact in the way he felt fearful at night, and that's maybe why he acted like he did. so, i think essentially, it might be a mitigating circumstance, particularly when it perhaps comes to sentencing or the judge's decision, if they agree with his psychiatrist. if they disagree with his psychiatrist, well, that just downgrades her evidence and they will then treat him perhaps from a legal point of view as any reasonable man. >> just another twist in this curious, curious case. all right, robyn curnow for us in pretoria. thank you very much. >> it was the defense who kept bringing it up, which is now why they have to go and follow through with the evaluation. all right, happening now, critical primary elections across the country. today's results, they could
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determine whether republicans could take back the senate this november. we're breaking it all down after the break.
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