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breaking news this morning. two new york police officers shot in the line of duty just days after two others are killed. suspects on the loose this morning as tensions rise between the city's mayor and his police department. we'll break this down live. happening now. new setbacks in the search for airasia flight 8501. storms keeping divers out of the water. the muddy ocean floor leaving search teams with zero visibility. this as the clock ticks down to find the black boxes and find those bodies of the victims. we are live with the frustration families and investigators are feeling this morning. an arctic chill blasting
millions. temperatures plunging up to 40 degrees. how long will this last? ahead. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. nice to see you. breaking news this morning. two new york city police officers shot responding to a robbery call at a store in the bronx. officers are hospitalized one in critical condition. police are hunting for two gunmen with a $10,000 reward offered for information. the shooting comes among the back drop of high tension with mayor bill de blasio and nypd officers after the ambush murders of two police officers last month. the mayor criticized as disrespectful. officers who have turned their backs on him on multiple occasions. the commissioner downplayed of
low level arrests. this is raising concern of a work slowdown by nypd officers. we have miguel marquez with more on the story. >> reporter: this is a disturbing issue here with the shooting of two officers. officers in plain clothes. not targeted like in the previous shootings of officer liu and officer ramos. this robbery was taking place in the bronx as the officers tried to enter a shop. one of the assailants shot one in the back and one in the elbow. they were off duty. all of this against a back drop of tension with the mayor and his police force. he addressed that yesterday in a press conference.
and the sound byte that we were going to run was the mayor of new york talking about the officers turning their backs on him twice in a row. once at the funeral for officer ramos. then for officer liu. this was the first time the mayor has come out this strongly against his own department. >> those individuals who took certain actions these last week last two weeks really they were disrespectful to the families involved. disrespectful to the families who lost their loved ones. i cannot understand why anyone would do such a thing in the context like that. >> this shooting will not help the poor morale among the police and tension at city hall and police unions where all of this is going. it is not clear what the next
move for the mayor is. no scheduled meeting with the mayor and any of the unions right now. they say they are looking at all those numbers and the low numbers of arrests and whether or not there is some slowdown. they are looking into it. they are not ready to call it a slowdown yet. >> the two officers shot. not life threatening? >> one in critical condition. both expected to survive. it is not going to be good. >> and the suspects on the loose? a manhunt as we speak. >> on the loose. 25 to 30-year-old latino males. >> miguel marquez. there are a lot of developments before us. disappointment and concern in indonesia as crews searching for airasia flight 8501 race the clock in harsh conditions. the more time passes, the harder it is to find the wreckage and the deceased.
hope of rough weather would break today dashed and none of the divers in the search zone were deployed. cnn's anna coren is live for us in surabaya. anna what is the latest? >> reporter: john there were such high hopes when the day began that they could get in the water. some 97 divers ready to continue the search. a couple got in and checked visibility. it was terrible. they got back out. they are on stand by. we are waiting for word if they managed to get back in this afternoon. as you say, we are in the middle of monsoon season. the weather is bad. the seas are high. this is something that is really hampering the search process. there are four main objects they located by sonar. another object located late last night. the speculation it could be the tail of the aircraft but really it is mere speculation. we know that the black boxes are in the tail but we cannot confirm whether that wreckage
has been identified. then late this afternoon, john we got word that another two bodies had been spotted. once again waiting to hear from officials if they are able to retrieve the bodies by helicopter and take them back to the military base where they will be prepared and brought here to surabaya where they are then handed over to the disaster victim identification unit. we spoke to the head of that unit who talked about how they are racing against the clock because it is now in day ten and the bodies as we have been discussing are decomposing at a rapid rate. let's take a listen. >> from the first day, you can find the bodies in good condition. that's why you can just identify them using fingerprints. but lately you will find that the bodies are more decomposed. after the next few days you
will find maybe not in an in tact body. you will find fragmented body or maybe worse. >> reporter: that was dr. castelani who has the grim task of identifying the bodies and returning them to their loved ones to bury them. the bodies they have recovered. the 37 bodies have mainly been in tact. he has serious concerns about what the state of the bodies will be in the coming days. it is hoped that the majority of the bodies are with the wreckage of the plane which is yet to be found, john. >> anna coren for us in surabaya thanks. when congress reconvenes today at noon republicans will be in control of the house and senate for the first time since 2006. there are obvious bumps in the road ahead for the gop. the first of course is the president ready to veto any bills rolling back obamacare or
or elements of obamacare. there is a concern of internal rebellion as some republicans are set to vote against john boehner as speaker. our correspondent dana bash with the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, the big question is how big will the rebellion of john boehner be? there will be 246 house members. those in the republican leadership who i talked to say this is really just the group that they not so lovingly call hell no caucus. the house speaker is elected, remember by the entire house. boehner has to get a majority of all house members, 218, that means he can afford to lose 29 republicans and still be elected
speakers. he talked to his aides and they are monitoring this but not that worried. here is tom cole the republican congress member who is a boehner ally. >> this is a last moment side show. it distracts from the message now that we have the senate. about keystone and fixes on obamacare and trade and regulatory reform. instead on the opening day of the republican congress we have republicans add odds. that's unfortunate. it doesn't accomplish anything productive. >> reporter: the argument that cole and others make is you cannot replace someone with no one. right now, there is no other house republican who raised as much money or campaigned for as many people that comes close to getting 218 votes. cole and other members of the team that i talked to say they
are making calls to rank-and-file. if boehner isn't deposed as speaker, he will start the congress back on its heels a bit because of this rebellion. john and christine. >> thank you, dana. dianene feinstein is calling for new measures. the outgoing chairman of the senate committee spearheaded a campaign of the use of the enhanced techniques after 9/11 of torture techniques. she sent a letter to president obama and said she will introduce legislation to ban the spy agency. and beating back isis fighters for the town of kobani. the kurds now control 80% of the northern syrian city after recapturing the government square. 14 isis militants reportedly killed in monday's battle.
u.s. led air strikes helped the kurds. the embattled leader of mexico meets president obama at the white house. president nieto is under tensions at home. protests in mexico are turning violent as outrage over the disappearance of 43 students allegedly killed by drug traffickers after handed over by corrupt police. 11 minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. ugly start to the year for stocks. u.s. stock futures down after a big selloff yesterday. the dow dropped 331 points. the s&p fell about 2%. the main reason here is oil. crude oil fell more than 5% yesterday. it is currently below $50 a barrel. why was it that low in april of 2009? a global recession. prices falling now on weak
demand. that is causing concerns of global weakness. it is because of a supply boom in the u.s. iraqis are producing a lot of oil. saudis are producing a lot of oil. those prices are great for drivers, but devastating for those countries who depend on oil revenue. i will tell you, what goes down goes up. what goes up must go down. those markets can snap back quickly. >> a lot of jitters in europe. not just oil. >> some of the frackers in the u.s. at what point do they pack up? >> watch your mouth. happening right now, millions facing fast falling temperatures. how low will they go and how long will it last? that is coming up next.
coldest blast of arctic air so far this winter is hitting the u.s. right now. >> many states seeing temperatures up to 35 degrees below average for early january. south dakota slammed by snow and sub zero temperatures. you see people out on the roads. >> a 20-car pile up closed down parts of interstate 80 near des moines in iowa. we were told several people were taken to the hospital. >> to the east, snow coming down
hard in fulton new york. 3 inches falling in an hour. the lake-effect snow prompted more accidents than 911 dispatchers could count. a mother and son driving in maine. look at ice falling off the car in front of them shattering their windshield. she told our affiliate her adrenaline was pumping. >> it could have been worse. it could have been an accident. it could have gone through my windshield. >> you have to leave more than a car length. >> it is awful when it does that. these temperatures are pushing south and east from the midwest. let's go to meteorologist pedram javaheri for an early look at our weather. >> good tuesday morning, john and christine. let's talk about what is happening nationally. impressive set up with the arctic air across the central and northern tier of the country. the major metro cities will see
light flurries. this area of high pressure among the strongest areas of high pressure we have ever seen across the lower 48. it sets up anywhere around this region you will have generally clear skies. look at the windchills. tuesday morning, 8:30 in the morning, 20 below zero across chicago up to minneapolis. come wednesday morning, colder. chicago 30 below zero and 40 below zero at minneapolis. we know some schools have been closed here. some buses with the diesel buses having a hard time starting in the cold temperatures. national perspective. 5 is the best in minneapolis. highs in the mid-20s in new york city. colder come wednesday across that region. back to you. a member of the grand jury that cleared ferguson police officer darren wilson in the michael brown shooting is suing to lift a gag order preventing
them to speak about the case. the st. louis county prosecutor as the defendant. they want to talk about the experience to contribute to the national conversation on race relations. >> that is a really interesting case. aclu is backing it. the transcript release, it is not impossible that a judge can say the grand juror can speak. >> maybe it is part of the national discussions on race relations. >> we will have to wait and see. 18 minutes after the hour. day two of the jury selection of the accused boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev. tsarnaev is facing several criminal counts in the 2013 bombings that killed three people and injured 260 others. also charged in the murder of the m.i.t. police officer. seating the jury could take a month. prosecutors had discussed a plea
deal in which he would get life without parole. eric holder will represent the obama administration at the funeral for mario cuomo. he will be laid to rest later this morning. cuomo died of heart failure on new year's day at the age of 82. a number of people paid respects on monday. united states ski team is reeling this morning from the deaths of two stars. ronnie berlack and bryce astle were killed in an avalanche in austria. four other skiers managed to escape. 7-year-old sailor gutzler is back home in illinois this morning in the arms of her family. the resilient girl is the sole survivor of the plane crash that killed her parents and sister and cousin.
relatives will raise sailor who somehow escaped a burning plane in the kentucky woods and wandered a mile in the bitter cold and at the door step of larry wilkins. >> she told me her parents were dead and she was in a plane crash and the plane was upside down. it was below 40. between 35 and 40 degrees. had a bit of a mist. she was damp all over. she was barefooted. she had one sock on one foot. tremendous little girl. >> funeral services for sailor's cousin sierra wilder are planned for tomorrow. a private service for sailor's mother father and sister.
same-sex marriage is now legal in florida. the statewide ban ended at midnight. florida is the 36th state to accept gay marriage. marriage licenses in hand. two women who sued for the right to marry, obviously very happy and shared the news with their adopted son. >> we got it! >> we have been in a committed relationship full of love and joy. now three children for ten years. so for us it's just a piece of paper, but nice validation from the state. >> u.s. supreme court has a chance to take up the issue of same-sex marriage again this week. justices will consider to act on cases that could perhaps help settle the matter nationwide. she is a serial liar. an attorney accused along with prince andrew in a sex slave scandal. the new developments next.
prince andrew and alan dershowitz. >> believe me. i remember everybody i ever had sex with. i'm not that old that i would forget. i did not have any sexual contact whatsoever under any circumstances. she made the whole thing up. i can prove it by flight records and my travel records. >> neither dershowitz nor the prince are named, but dershowitz is filing disbarment papers against her lawyer. buckingham palace taking a cautious stance. the palace will not rule out some kind of legal action. 25 minutes after the hour. breaking news this morning. two new york police officers shot in the line of duty just days after two others were killed. there is a manhunt this morning. the suspects are on the loose. this all coming as there are serious tensions with the department and city's mayor. we will break down the developments live after the break.
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two new york police officers shot overnight. the gunmen on loose. this following the recent murder of two other officers. the violence unfolding as tensions with the department and city's mayor still high. the mayor calling recent actions of some officers disrespectful. we are breaking down the latest overnight and talking about how the department moves forward from here. happening now. frustration and disappointment in the search for airasia flight 8501. stormy weather, murky and muddy water and time is ticking away to find remains and black boxes under the sea. we are live with the latest this morning. polar plunge. many facing fast falling temperatures this morning. so cold it could break records. we are tracking what you need to know for this day. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. the breaking news this morning. overnight, two new york city
police officers were shot responding to a robbery call at a store in the bronx. officials say both officers are now hospitalized. one in critical condition and police are hunting for the two gunmen. they are on the loose. there's a $10,000 reward offered for any information leading to their arrest. now the shooting comes against a back drop of high tension with the mayor bill de blasio and city police officers following the ambush murders of two officers last month. the mayor addressed the rift for the first time at a news conference on monday. he said the officers who turned their backs on him on multiple occasions said they were disrespectful. at the same time, the mayor and police commissioner downplayed in the plunge of arrests for low level offenses. more than 90% of arrests in some cases and that is raising concerns of a slowdown. we have our national correspondent miguel marquez with the latest. >> these were two plain clothed
cops. not the same as the ambush and killings of detectives liu and ramos. these were two individuals getting off work. they responded to a robbery in progress. they went to check it out. they got there. one of the individuals came out of a shop and shot one through the arm and in the back. that person is in critical but stable condition. one shot in the chest. it is not clear they were wearing their vests at the time as they were off duty. all of this happening with the anger by the mayor. the police officers turning their backs on the mayor at the hospital and the last time the two officers were shot and the funerals when the two officers were laid to rest. for the first time mayor bill de blasio had tough words for his own cops. >> those individuals who took certain actions the last week --
or last two weeks really -- they were disrespectful to the families involved. that's the bottom line. they were disrespectful to the families who lost their loved ones. i can't understand why anyone would do such a thing in the context like that. >> we should point out that the police commissioner bill bratton he said he did not understand why that police officers disobeyed his respect not to turn their backs and they did. he said it was a political statement they made at a time when they shouldn't have done it. they can come down to the police plaza and protest and city hall and protest, but don't do it at a funeral. all of this against the back drop of is there a slow down. two weeks in a row, massive drops in the numbers of arrests and summons. that said it is the holiday season. all the police officers are doubled up. they spent $35 million in overtime alone on covering the
protests. that was thousands of police officers covering the protests. they just didn't have the manpower to make other arrests, plus all police officers now two cops to every beat. even the meter maids. there are other reasons. the police department is looking at it and looking at it hard to see if there is they will call it a slowdown and take action. >> let me show you "the new york daily news." it says "end this war now." it has a puck turpicture of bill bratton and patrick lynch. >> how do they ramp it down? >> it feels like a powder keg. the mayor says there are no meetings scheduled with the mayor's office and any unions. he has spent an extraordinary amount of time with the families of the officers ambushed. he is trying to make as many amends. they talk about the statistics and how low the crime is in the
city yesterday. the mayor praised over and over nypd as many times he could. >> that comment he made about disrespecting the families. for the officers that turned their backs, that will make them more angry. they will say they were not disrespectful to the families but disrespectful to police. >> they said this is one way they can vote with their voices and make their opinions felt and heard in city hall. all of this as well there is no contract for the police officers. they have not had one since the previous administration. some of that is also going on here. there is a great lack of confidence in the mayor right now among his force. >> he is not about to apologize. >> that will not help. >> miguel marquez, great to have you here with us. disappointment and concern in indonesia this morning as crews searching for airasia flight 8501 race the clock in harsh conditions. the more time passes the harder it comes to find the wreckage of
the flight and harder it will be to identify bodies found. hope that rough weather would break today was dashed. more than 100 divers in the search zone have not been deployed. we have our cnn correspondent anna coren in surabaya with more. >> reporter: that is right, christine. there were high hopes the weather would clear and good conditions today because the waves are not as high but that did not prove to be the case. two divers got in the water to see what it was like. visibility was zero. they came back up and instead, at least 97 divers who are now on stand by. we are waiting to hear whether or not they managed to get into the water late this afternoon. from all accounts. the weather has closed in. storms have come into the area and there are vessels out there. there are planes flying and searching for the wreckage.
as it stands there is still no major developments. four objects have been found. speculation that the tail had been spotted. well the head of the search and recovery operation has confirmed it was not the tail. there is confirmation there. certainly we have heard in the last half an hour that two other bodies have since been retrieved from of water. that takes the total from 39 bodies that have been recovered from the java sea ever since that airasia flight 8501 went down on the 28th of december. the two bodies are prepared to be flown here to surabaya where they will be handed over to the hospital where the identification process will begin. we have been discussing over the past few days that the longer this drags on the more the bodies decompose. we spent time today with the head of the disaster victim
identification unit. he said the majority of the bodies brought to him so far have been in tact. as the days go on it will become body parts and then worse, he said skeletons. this is what this team is dealing with as the bodies are brought in. certainly, christine, very frustrating times for everybody involved. they want to find the wreckage and bodies. they believe the majority of the bodies are still strapped in their seats in the wreckage of the plane at the bottom of the java sea. they just can't find it at this stage. the hunt is on for those black boxes. 22 days before the batteries run out on those. the time as we say, is ticking. christine. >> anna coren, thank you for that. 37 minutes after the hour. when congress reconvenes at noon the republicans will be in control of the house and senate for the first time since 2006. there are bumps in the road ahead for the republicans.
the first, the president could veto any bills that could rollback obamacare or his action on immigration. the more immediate concern of some unrest inside the party in the house. some conservative house republicans are set to vote against reelecting john boehner as house speaker. our chief correspondent dana bash has the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, the big question on this opening day of the congress is how big will the rebellion against john boehner on the house speaker? when the new congress is sworn in there will be 246 house republicans. so far, there are only about a dozen who say they will willwill oppose john boehner. they say this is the group they call the hell no caucus. there are usually no votes on just about everything. the house speaker is elected by the entire house. boehner has to get a majority of
all house members, 218, and that means he can afford to lose 29 republicans and still be elected speaker. i talked to his aides and confidants yesterday and they are monitoring the resurrection. here is tom cole who is a boehner ally. >> this is a last-moment side show. it distracts from what the message should be. we should talk about the republican agenda now we have the senate and about keystone and fixes on obamacare and trade and regulatory reform and those issues. instead, on the opening day of the republican congress we have republicans at odds. that's unfortunate. steps on the story and doesn't accomplish anything. >> reporter: the argument that cole and others make you cannot replace someone with no one. there is no other republican who has raised as much money or campaigned as much or has the
skills close to getting 218 votes. cole, you just heard from and other members of the team are quietly making calls to rank-and-file republicans just to be safe. even if boehner isn't deposed as speaker, he will start the new congress back on his heels a bit because of this rebellion. john and christine. senator dianne feinstein calling for changes for the government barring torturing detainees. a five-year investigation into the use of torture by the cia after 9/11. she just sent a letter to president obama calling for better oversight. she plans to introduce legislation in congress to outlaw torture and ban the spy agency from detaining prisoners. the embattled president nieto is meeting with the president at the white house
this morning. right now, protests in mexico are turning violent as outrage builds over the missing 43 students. those students allegedly killed by traffickers. 41 minutes past the hour. oil is tanking. stocking are falling with it. futures are lower after a really rough day for stocks yesterday. the dow fell 331 points. the s&p 500 dropped 2%. plunging oil prices are to blame. crude oil fell more than 5% yesterday. it is unbelievable to see a 5% move in one day. it is below 50 a barrel for the first time since april of 2009. it was over $100 a barrel last summer. it could fall to $30 before stabilizing. there is a supply glut in the u.s. low prices are a win for
drivers, but devastating for energy companies and countries like russia. a lot going on. >> a lot going on. >> the dollar is a huge move on the euro. a lot going on. >> good time to go to paris if you can get there. 42 minutes after the hour. temperatures falling fast across the country. how low will they go and how long will this last? right after the break.
the coldest blast of arctic air is hitting the u.s. now. >> many states seeing temperatures up to 35 degrees below average for early january. >> south dakota look at this slammed by snow and freezing temperatures. still, you can see people ventured out on to the roads. >> they are tough in south dakota. >> half foot of snow expected there in some areas. >> a 20-car pile up closed down part of i-80 near des moines. several people were taken to the hospital. they are expected to be okay. >> to the east snow coming down in fulton new york. 3 inches falling per hour. officials say the lake-effect snow prompted more accidents than dispatchers could count. >> frightening moments for a mom in maine driving with her son. ice and snow flew off the car in front of her shattering her windshield. she told her affiliate wmtw her
adrenaline was pumping. >> it could have been worse. it could have been an accident. it could have gone through my windshield. >> in west washington state. look at that. nonstop rain caused landslides. dramatic. it left 200 people stranded. one slide cut off the only road out of hoquiam, washington. some people have been escorted to and from their homes from a logging road. our affiliate kiro was interviewing residents when it caught another terrifying landslide on camera. >> i heard a big crack and the trees come down and they just cracked and boomed. >> wow. more rain in the forecast for the northwest along with frigid temperatures pushing south and east from the midwest. let's get to the latest with
meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> good morning, john and christine. let's talk about the pacific northwest in recent days. tremendous rainfall on the coast. this is where we had the landslide across hoquiam. we have the olympic mountains on the western side. they take the brunt of the rainfall and snowfall. squeezing the moisture on the western side. you get to the eastern side and seattle is quiet. generally speaking minimal rainfall. some areas no rainfall at all. the big story right now, talking about what is happening in chicago. average temperature this time of year freezing. 32 degrees. tuesday's high temperature is 14. it drops to the high of 1 over the next couple of days. windchills could be 25 or 30 below zero. in fact over the next week chicago will struggle to get up to the average of freezing for this time of year. notice minneapolis also the high temperature is minus 3. windchill at 40 below. new york and boston highs in
the low 20s. windchills in the teens. snowshowers possible in and around new england, but the big story is the comparison coming from antarctica. 7 there and 1 below in portions of the midwest. the summer across this region. back to you. >> colder in minneapolis. 48 minutes after the hour. the son of the hedge fund founder thomas gilbert is charged with murdering his father. police say it was over a cut to the son's allowance. his 70-year-old father was shot to death in the family's new york apartment. the son visited his parents sunday and asked his mother to leave to speak privately to his father. when she returned thomas gilbert sr. was dead. day two of the jury selection trial of dzhokhar tsarnaev. the defendant was in court on monday. tsarnaev is facing 30 criminal
counts in the 2013 boston marathon bombings. the alleged murder of an m.i.t. police officers days after the bombing. seating a jury could take as long as a month. prosecutors and defense lawyers have reportedly discussed a plea deal in which tsarnaev would get life without parole. the prosecutors would not take the death penalty off the table. eric holder will represent the obama administration at an the funeral for former governor mario cuomo. on monday a host of dignitaries paid their respects at a wake. a prominent u.s. attorney accused along with prince andrew in a sex slave scandal. harsh words for the accuser this morning. they say she is just a liar. we are live in london next.
forced her to have sex with prince andrew and alan dershowitz when she was underage. >> i'm not that old that i would forget. i did not have any sexual contact whatsoever under any circumstances. she made the whole thing up. i can prove it by flight records and by my travel records. >> neither dershowitz nor the prince are parties to the legal claim. dershowitz is filing disbarment papers against her lawyer. buckingham palace taking a cautious stance. "time" magazine saying the palace will not rule out some kind of legal action. cnn's max foster joins us for the latest. >> reporter: john it is no precedent for the palace to get involved or sue in court cases which they know drags on and on and extends the story and other
details come out in court. it is likely they are going to sue, but no doubt, conversations with lawyers going right now in buckingham palace and windsor, which is where i understand prince andrew is just outside london. now, he was in switzerland on a skiing holiday when the scandal unfolded over the weekend. the british newspapers are trying to get all of the news on the story they can. prince andrew was there with his ex-wife at the time sarah ferguson. there she is. making the point to reporters there that he is a great man. the best man in the world, in fact. "the daily mail" using that headline, the greatest man, featuring a picture of prince andrew with virginia roberts back when she was 17. "the daily mail" hasten questions here that it believes the palace should be answering.
the first one is how did this picture come to be taken, john? >> good question. interesting to see that picture. max foster for us in front of buckingham palace. thanks max. 54 minutes past the hour. cord cutters delight. a new sign the end of cable tv could be near? >> not good. >> an early start on your money is next. ♪but this...♪ ♪takes my breath away♪
let's get an early start on your money. ugly start to the year for stocks. u.s. futures are lower. the dow dropped 331 points yesterday. that is 2%. that was ugly. energy stocks led the dive. crude oil fell 5%. it is moving lower. below $49 a barrel. the lowest in more than five years. it was well above $100 last summer. it could fall to 40 or 30 a barrel before stabilizing. facebook founder mark zuckerberg's resolution is to
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"early start" continues right now. >> breaking news this morning, two new york city police officers shot in the line of duty. just days after two others were killed. this as tensions rise between the city's mayor and police department. we are live as the latest drama unfolds. happening now, more setbacks in the search for airasia flight 8501. muddy waters leaving divers out of the water. the clocks are ticking down to find the plane's black boxes and also recover the deceased. we are live with the frustration families and investigators are feeling this morning. arctic chill. temperatures plunging up to 40 degrees. we are tracking how low the mercury will fall and how long it will