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congress officially on board with the president's plan to battle isis. the house of representatives voting to arm and train syrian rebels. this as a new terror plot surfaces showing isis is ready to take the fight to the street of syria. why new york city's top cop is so concerned. another domestic violence arrest for the nfl. jonathan dwyer now benched from the cardinals joining several other players as the nfl is handling the off the field
issues. and happening right now. scotland voting on independence. will it break hundreds of years of tradition and leave the united kingdom? a vote with repercussions felt around the world, beyond the kilt-wearing world. we are live as the votes come in. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. it is 4:00 a.m. christine romans is off today. a crucial element to the president's plan against isis is moving ahead. the house of representatives voted to support funding to train and arm the moderate syrian rebels. republicans back the president's plan more than 2 to 1. this is called by critics is does not go far enough. the president took pains on wednesday to say that putting u.s. soldiers in combat in iraq
is off the table. >> i want to be clear. the american forces that were deployed to iraq do not have a combat mission. they will support iraqi forces on the ground. as they fight for their own country against these terrorists. as your commander in chief, i will not commit you and the rest of our armed forces to fighting another ground war in iraq. >> the u.s. secretary of state has had the same message. john kerry told the senate foreign relations committee is the only mission is to support iraqi forces. he responded to anti-war protesters for diplomatic issues saying there is quote no negotiations with isis. >> for a whole philosophy or ideal or cult or what are rwhatever you want to call it that comes out of the stone age, they are killers maurading
across the middle east. making a mockery out of religion. that is why we are building a coalition to stop them from denying the women and the girls and people of iraq the very future that they yearn for. >> the administration sales effort continues on capitol hill today. secretary of defense chuck hagghagel appearing before the house services committee. and rasan ruwani calling this a shame and concern for all mankind. the iranian president is skeptic of the president's plan when he criticized the rejection of ground forces. are americans afraid of their soldiers being killed?
the president planning to arm syrian rebels and bashar al assad has stepped up the campaign. anti-assad fighters are hit with a new wave of air strikes and assassinations. the obama administration insisted it will not coordinate with the assad regime in the fight against isis. on the ground in iraq, isis has control of the second largest city. mosul. the group is ordering schoolis there to open, but banning literature and history. but peshmerga forces are not strong enough to change that situation. a top kurdish leader says peshmerga fighters need help and lots of it to dislodged isis from mosul. cnn's anna coren is live 60
miles from mosul. >> reporter: john, you say mosul is the next battle for the forces here in northern iraq. i think we have to take into consideration that mosul falls outside of kurdistan's borders. the commander of the peshmerga said the forces are not ready and they are not armed or equipment. they don't have the training or intelligence to hit mosul. it had a population of 2 million people. it has been under isis control now since june. but obviously he is hoping that with this global coalition that they will get the resources they need. clearly from president obama, they will not have u.s. forces here on the ground in that combat role despite the desire by the peshmerga to perhaps have the americans fighting alongside them. that is not going to happen. president obama making it
perfectly clear. mosul, as we know, john, is a different ball game to hitting isis out in the desolate plains. this is a densely populated city. it will require urban warfare. it will require some form of sunni uprising. whether it is the national guard of sunni forces or the resistance groups within mosul rising up. it will take a coordinated effort. they cannot send in shi'a military or kurdish military to liberate mosul. that would exacerbate the division within the country and cause sectarian blood bath. there is a lot more planning underway to get it right before they attack mosul. that would hurt isis. no doubt about it. that is, of course, where isis leader, abadi.
hitting them hard here would be difficult. >> so complicated. not because of the urban combat, but ethically so. the peshmerga is considered an outside invasion force which is not kurdish. it is largely sunni with the shi'a militia. anna coren in erbil. thank you. here at home, isis supporters to target times square and other sites. there are no specific threats, but police commissioner bill bratton considers isis more dangerous because of the social media. new york is a plane ride away for the who have the proper documentation. >> there are thousands of fig fighters who will exit that conflict many times.
including canadian and australian citizens. the potential for them to come back here is real. >> it also called for attacks on the las vegas strip. a store owner will be in court today to answer to allegations to recruit jihadists. 30-year-old mufid elfi is expected to plead not guilty. he faces more than 60 years in prison if convicted of all of the charges. this is interesting. australia confronts its own isis threat. authorities say they have disrupted the plan of execution of what they only call a member of the public. one person has been arrested. 15 others detained. prime minister tony abbott said the attack was directed from the middle east by a senior isis
leader. first american plane load of hospital equipment of ebola is expected to arrive in liberia tomorrow. there is not equipment on board for a 25-member board in monrovia. this is the first of 13 u.s. air shipments bringing medical supplies to the liberian capital. this as the united nations is establishing a mission on the ground to better coordinate the battle of ebola. dr. kent brantly said he would like to return to west africa to continue his work with ebola victims. he told lawmakers wednesday they have to move quickly. >> this is a global problem and the u.s. must take the lead immediately. the longer we wait, the greater the cost of the battle in dollars and in lives. we must act immediately and
decisively to bring healing to west africa and united states and the world. >> the vaccines are in developments and there is not enough for everyone. there are discussions underway to determine who gets them. there is conversation in nebraska where dr. rick sacra is making a full recovery. another nfl player accused of domestic violence. four players now have been told to stay away for their teams for off the field violence. what team leaders are saying this morning and the big cost the nfl is facing. plus, a nationwide manhunt for a suspected cop killer. police say he is armed and he is dangerous and he is ready to strike again. we'll have the latest next. e are lysol in hundreds of ways. what's jennifer's story? i have two kids and my home is my children's playground. my go-to product is lysol disinfectant spray. i really use it in every room, on every surface
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case. it is cardinals running back jonathan dwyer. the arrest on aggravated assault over two july incidents in phoenix with a 27-year-old woman and 18-month-old child. >> both incidents that occurred in july were reported to phoenix police and they were reported by neighbors who heard the fights occurring at that location. on the first occurrence when we were called to the residence on the 21st, officers were met at the door by the victim who denied that there was anyone else in the home with them and indicated she was in a verbal argument on the phone only at that point. those officers ultimately left the home after the discussion with the victim. >> in a statement, the cardinals said we became aware of these allegations this afternoon when notified by phoenix police. we have taken the immediate stem
to deactivate jonathan from all activities from the team. dwyer denies any assault. the panthers creating distance with the players. greg hardy, convicted of domestic violence in july, is taking a voluntary leave from the team. he is on the exempt list. he was found guilty of choking his then girlfriend. dave gedelman announced hardy's decision on thursday. >> the bigger thing is the issue. we are disappointed and he is an outstanding player, obviously. it is disappointing. he has to get this. we have to get this right. he has to get this right. >> now hardy will be paid during his leave, but not allowed to attend team practice or games, obviously for that matter.
minnesota vikings are admitting they made a mistake when they activated star running back adrian peterson against the game on sunday. the team reversed the decision on wednesday buckling peterson on the list exempting all activities until the case is resolved. listen to the vikings about face and see if you can find a developing theme. >> we want to get this right. >> we want to get this right. >> our focus is to get this right. we admitted to the mistake. >> our goal was to make sure we did everything we possibly could to make the best possible decision and to get it right. >> adrian peterson's mother is publicly defending her son telling the chronicle, i don't care what anybody says. most of us disciplined our kids
more than we went sometimes. we were trying to prepare them for the real world. when you whip those you love, it is not about abuse, but love. sponsors of the nfl are speaking out. so far, they are not taking a stands with dollars. two of the biggest, pepsi and anheuser-busch expressed dissatisfaction of the handling. neither has pulled sponsorships yet. pepsi's ceo spoke in support of roger goodell yesterday. another sponsor, nike, has suspended endorsement deals with peterson and terminated the deal with ray rice. no word yet if nike will cancel sponsorsh sponsorships. most sponsors have bought time promising to monitor the situation before making any major decisions. right now, it is 17 minutes past the hour. it is time for the "early start" of your money. european stocks are higher.
u.s. stock futures are barely moving after the dow closed at a record. i miss christine romans. authorities in pennsylvania say the man suspected of killing one state trooper and wounding another may be looking to kill more. police look to expand the search for matthew eric frein. officials say that is a deadly cocktail. >> we are in a nationwide manhunt. this is a cop killer. every police officer and federal agent and sheriff takes it personally. especially premeditated to go in a spot and set up and lie in wait and in a way that was defenseless for the troopers to shoot and kill one trooper and wound another. >> police say frein was active in a military simulation group.
11 significant wildfires burning across the state of california. the king fire east of sacramento burned 30,000 acres and forcing 2,000 people to evacuate. it is 5% contained with more than 1,600 structures threatened. more than 200 firefighters are on the scene hoping the winds die down today. let's get an early look at our weather with chad myers. >> decent weather. cool weather. it will be fall coming up soon. might as well feel like it now. the big story today, if there is a big story, is the potential flooding in the southwest. same story from yesterday. the rain and the humidity from odile. that old hurricane that smashed cabo san lucas is up into the desert southwest. that is why the temperatures are not warm because of the clouds and showers. 75 in new york. 78 in d.c. high pressure in control today
and tomorrow. should be no big flight delays out of the northeast weather wise, anyway. they may be down here to the south with the cloud cover and rain showers. tampa and orlando and miami. the showers in the southwest. partly cloudy in the midwest and pleasant day for tomorrow. enjoy your day, guys. back to you. >> thanks, chad. happening right now, scotland voting on independence. if it leaves, what will the new scotland look like? we are live where the vote is being cast this very minute. that's next. at lysol, we go beyond cleaning, we call it healthing. healthing is killing germs, and having more cleaning power than bleach without the harshness. it's being the #1 pediatrician recommended brand. and sharing healthy habits in 65,000 schools.
we will know in just a few hours if scotland will continue to be part of the united kingdom or strikeout on its own as an independent nation. polls have been open for a couple hours right now. more than 4 million residents have registered to vote. the largest electorate ever in scotland. this is a huge deal. not just there, but for the world. cnn's nic robertson is there in glasgow. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, john. more than two hours of polls and it is busy in glasgow. people coming on the way in business suits and people coming in jogging gear. mothers with children on the way to school. taking them to drop them off at school.
it has been busy and certainly that's what has been predicted here. 4.25 million people registered to vote. more than 5,000 polling stations. by this time tomorrow, the result should be clear. whether it is a yes or no, john. >> the issue here, the polls have shown those who are against independence with a very, very flight le slight lead. all the enthusiasm and all the outward displays and demonstrations, they seem to be coming from those who want to split. it is very hard to gauge right now. >> reporter: it certainly is. it is too close to call. just a couple of percentage points with a nose ahead in the latest surveys.
that excludes 5% to 10% of the electorate who are undecided. i used to live in scotland. i have talked to friends here. i have friends who are sitting on the fence. they don't want to make their minds up. it is hugely important. they're concerned. they're concerned about the economy. will scotland be able to use the british pound? will it join the euro? how long will it take to join the euro? what are the implications of that? all of these issues. there are so many uncertainties. it is those people on the fence who are going to make the difference. too close to call at this stage, john. >> key voting block. kids. you can vote if you are as young as 16 years old in this election which i find fascinating. which high school kid in america, nic, would not choose to be independent if asked about it. >> reporter: you know, we have
been talking to kids here. people 16 and 17-year-olds over 100,000 of them registered to vote. that is for the first time in the united kingdom that is possible. there was a sense here if you give young people the opportunity to vote, it would engage them in the democratic process. there is a sense as well of how well prepared and educated will they be? will they vote emotionally with their hearts? certainly critics of the yes vote for independence say that is the case. many of the people we talked to, i talked to them on both sides. yeses and nos. seem to go in the same direction as their parents. there is an aspiration of something better. more of the older generation, most of the no camp. no clear divides. social economic or age wise. >> it is fascinating and
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that easy. new problems facing the u.s. and syria and the problem that the isis militants are ready for bigger and perhaps bolder attacks. another nfl player arrested accused of domestic violence. four players now suspended for off the field violence. how team leaders are responding. and happening right now. polls are open in scotland. voters deciding on independence. will scotland split from the united kingdom? a vote that will have impact around the world. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. christine romans is off today. a crucial element of president obama plan to fight isis is moving ahead with a house vote to train and arm the moderate syrian rebels. the republicans back the president's plan more than 2 to 1. this is despite criticism it does not go far enough to defeat the islamic militant group.
the president took pains wednesday to say the decision to put soldiers in combat is off the table. >> i want to be clear. the american forces that have been deployed to iraq do not have will not have a combat mission. they will support iraqi forces on the ground. as they fight for their own country against these terrorists. as your commander in chief, i will not commit you and the rest of our armed forces to fighting another ground war in iraq. >> u.s. secretary of state with very much the same message. john kerry told the senate foreign relations committee that ground troops only role in iraq is to support iraqi forces. he also responded to anti-war protesters by saying there is no negotiation with isis. >> for a whole philosophy or cult or whatever you want to
call it, frankly, it comes out of the stone age, they're cold blooded killers maurading across the middle east making a mockery of religion. that is precisely why we are building an coalition to stop them from denying the women and the girls and people of iraq of the future they yearn for. >> the sales on capitol hill continue with the secretary of defense an appearing before the house armed services committee. the killing and beheading of independent people is a matter of shame for them and concern for all mankind. the iranian president did criticize much of president obama as plan questioning the rejection of combat troops. president ruwani said are
americans afraid of their soldiers being killed. the president is planning to arm syrian rebels may have hit a snag. bashar al assad stepped up the campaign. anti-assad fighters are hit with new air strikes and apparently assassinations. the obama administration said it will not coordinate with assad regime on the fight against isis. isis still has control of mosul. the islamic group is ordering schools there to open, but with a ban on teaching history and geography and literature. it will be spent on religious studies. peshmerga forces are not strong enough to change that. they will need international help to dislodged isis from mosul. despite not to say they will fight for mosul for a city that
is not kurdish. serious ethic complications there. anna coren is 60 miles from mosul in erbil. >> reporter: as you say, it is a sunni populated city of some 2 million people. iraq's second largest under control by isis since june. to send in the peshmerga, the kurdish forces in northern iraq into mosul would be a blood bath. saying if we sent the shi'a military, predominately the iraqi security forces. this is where the problem lies. they need some sunni uprising or resistance forces within mosul to kick out isis. a huge problem facing iraq. you know, you hear president obama say it is up to the iraqis
to secure iraq. the problem is, we heard from america's top military official, general dempsey. the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. saying half of the iraqi security forces are incapable to push back isis. that is alarming considering all of the money and resources poured into the training of the iraqi forces. to now deem half of them are completely ineffective. they are now in rebuild mode. the new iraqi prime minister, that has to be his number one priority. it cannot be made up of shi'as like it was under nuri al maliki. to take on mosul. the densely populated city. it will be urban warfare. we spoke to senior officials here in kurdistan. are you prepared to go to mosul. the operations are getting closer and closer.
mosul falls outside of the borders of kurdistan. officials said we do not want mosul as neighbors. that is where the isis leader, al baghdadi made his address to the world. you know, they need to go after it. they need this global coalition and they need many more u.s. air strikes in the weeks and months ahead to cripple isis in the lead up. john. >> beating isis in iraq requiring liberating mosul. that is not easy as the air strikes seem to have been nearly effective. the air strikes will not be in a place like mosul. anna coren, covering iraq. thanks. new york city police on high alert after an online posting urge isis supporters to hit times square. officials say there is no
official threat, but bill bratton says this is more than dangerous than al qaeda because of the effective use of social media. the commissioner said new york is a plane ride away for those who have the proper documentation. >> thousands of potential fighters over there who will exit conflict at some point in time, including many canadians and many british and australian citizens in excess of 100 u.s. citizens. the potential for them to try to come back and commit terrorist acts here are very real. >> in addition to times square, the isis linked web site called for a hit on las vegas. a store owner will be in federal court to funding isis. 30-year-old mufid flqgeeh is plotting to kill americans from iraq. he faces more than 60 years in prison if convicted of all of
the charges. this is interesting. australia is confronting its own domestic isis threat. authorities say they disrupted the planned public execution of what they would only call a member of the public. one person has been arrested. 15 others detained. prime minister tony abbott said this attack was planned from the middle east by a senior isis leader. the first plane load of american equipment is headed to liberia now. there is enough equipment on board to build a 25-bed hospital in monrovia. this is the first of 13 u.s. air shipments bringing medical supplies to the liberian capital. this as the u.n. is building a new plan to coordinate the battle against ebola. meanwhile, survivor dr. kent brantly said he would like to return to west africa to continue his work with ebola victims. he told lawmakers on wednesday
they have to move quickly. >> this is a global problem and the u.s. must take the lead immediately. the longer we wait, the greater the cost of the battle both in dollars and lives. we must act immediately and decisively to bring healing and stability to the people of west africa. the african continent and the united states and the world. >> right now, three vaccines and ten medications are in development, but officials say it is not enough for everyone. discussions are underway to determine who gets them. there is some encouraging news from nebraska where dr. rick sacra is expected to make a full recovery. he contracted ebola volunteering in liberia. we will get an early start on your money. europe stock ended higher. stocks around the globe are rising after fed chair janet yellen reiterated interest rates will stay low for some time.
this could be another record day if this holds. the dow closed at a record yesterday thanks to the fed's reassurance. what is expected to be the biggest ipo is almost here. prices for alibaba. it is china's largest e-commerce company. compared to amazon and e-bay here in the united states. another nfl player arrested for domestic violence. four players have now been separated from their teams for off the field violence. we have new developments ahead. why do we clean? to help keep our homes healthy. but not all cleaners are equal. at lysol, we go beyond cleaning, we call it healthing. healthing is killing germs, and having more cleaning power than bleach without the harshness. it's being the #1 pediatrician recommended brand. and sharing healthy habits
a bad week gets worse for the nfl as another player arrested in a domestic violence case. this time it was cardinals running back jonathan dwyer on charges of aggravated assault stemming from july. it involved a 27-year-old woman and 18-month-old child. the cardinals became aware of the allegations this afternoon when notified by phoenix police and cooperating fully. given the nature of the allegations, we have taken the immediate step to deactivate jonathan from all team activities. no public comment from dwyer. detectives say he admitted confrontations took place, but denies any assault. the carolina panthers creating distance for the players. greg hardy, convicted of
domestic violence in july, taking a voluntary leave from the team. hardy was placed on exempt list while appealing his conviction. he was found guilty of threatening to choke and then kill his girlfriend. >> you know, the bigger thing is the whole issue. we are disappointed and he is an outstanding player. obviously. it is disappointing. he has to get this -- we have to get this right. he has to get this right. >> now hardy will be paid during his leave, but he will not be allowed to attend team practice or obviously the games. the minnesota vikings are admitting they made a mistake when they reactivated peterson for sunday's game against the saints. the team reversed the decision on wednesday placing peterson on
the deactivisted list. listen to the about face. >> we want to be sure we get this right. >> in the end, it really is about getting it right. >> our focus right now today is to get this right. and to -- we admitted to making a mistake. we want to get this right. >> our whole goal was to make sure we did everything we possibly could to make the best possible decision and to -- get it right. >> you see a theme? adrian peterson's mother is publicly defending her son. saying, quote, i don't care what anybody says, most of us disciplined our kids a little more than we wanted sometimes. we were trying to prepare them for the real world. when you whip those you love, it is not about abuse, but love. happening now. scotland voters heading to the polls voting on independence. will the united kingdom not be
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affect people in scotland. huge implications all over what is still as of today the united kingdom and the rest of the world. cnn's erin mclaughlin live in scotland. good morning, erin. >> reporter: that is right, john. they are watching the referendum in london closely. look at morning headlines. you have "the london times" with the banner "d-day." "the independent" with the 700 year itch. how historic the vote is in the 307 years that scotland has been part of the union. there had been calls for scottish independence. you have "the daily mirror" with the headline, "don't leave us this way." this kind of impassioned pleas we have been hearing from the
british leaders. david cameron has been to scotland twice in the past few weeks. pleading for a no vote. all three of the political parties in britain offering the scottish people new powers in the event of a no vote. i have gotten mixed reactions here in london when i asked them what they feel about a possible independent scotland. listen to what some people had to say. >> scotland is part of the u.k. heritage and i think it would be a real shame if they decided to leave us. i feel like it would be part of my family saying i don't want to be with you anymore. cheerio. >> i think that's fine if they decide not to. that is the point of democracy. >> if they want to go, let them go. they would be better off with us. if they want to go, let them go. >> reporter: it was interesting. one poll of people in england and wales found 63% were against
the idea of an independent scotland. 47% of people said that they didn't think it would have any impact whatevsoever, which i thk is odd, given the statements out by leaders and former military leaders about the implications of a possible yes vote in the referendum. john. >> as relationships go, this could be the worst break up ever. erin in london for us. thanks so much. we will have an "early start" on your money next. at l go beyond cleanin we call it healthing. healthing is killing germs, and having more cleaning power than bleach without the harshness. it's being the #1 pediatrician recommended brand. and sharing healthy habits in 65,000 schools. lysol. start healthing.
on your money. reassurance from the federal reserve goes a long way. european stocks moving higher and u.s. stock futures pointing higher as well. if this holds, it could be another record day on wall street. the dow ended the day at a record close after janet yellen reiterated the interest rates will stay for some time. apple's new health app is out sick. a key component of the ios 8 software was released yesterday. the release was stalled because of a software bug. it is supposed to work with heart rate and sleep and blood pressure. you can share that information with your doctor. there are usually some snags with new software launches. health kit should be available by the end of the money. christine romans is not here today, but you can find her on twitter. ask her your financial planning
questions starting at noon today. just use the #askchristine. i miss her terribly. "early start" continues right now. the house officially on board with the president's plan to battle isis. voting to arm and train syrian rebels. this as a new terror plot surfaces showing isis may be ready to extend its battle from the streets of iraq and syria. the new arrest and why new york's city's top cop is so concerned. another domestic violence arrest for the nfl. cardinals jonathan dwyer inactive joining several players as the league struggles to handle off the field issues. we are breaking it down. and happening right now, history perhaps being made. scotland voting on independence. will it break hundreds of years of tradition and