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know you have a right to ask that question. >> or an adult for that matter. it's so important. >> or a newborn. >> all these children with measles, whatever they've got to do it. thanks. that will codo it for me. i'm wolf blitzer in the situation room. er erin bur net "upfront." measles outbreak spreading across the country. a new case in new york. outrage at the antivaccine movement. whitney houston's daughter bobbi christina brown is battling for her life after she was found face down in a bathtub. we have the latest on her condition tonight. let's go "outfront."
good evening. i'm erin burrnet. breaking news. a deadly freeze. four deaths have been tied to the storms sweeping across the northeast. 65 million americans in the path of record snow and frigid temperatures. the wind chill is making millions feeling sub zero temperatures tonight. chicago buried in more than 18 inches of snow. that's a one day record for that city for the month of february. more snow than it got all month combined. earlyier today 50,000 had no power. high winds and snow hitting cleveland, most of ohio. boston grinding to a halt with 14 inches overnight into today. that city large sections of the entire state of massachusetts, still coping with record snowstorms from last week. so much snow piled up on the streets of boston that the city has postponed tomorrow's super bowl victory parade. driver of an atv driving
into a parked suv in worcester. taking off as he crashed full speed. worcester was covered in 33.5 inches. that's a record of snow just last week. brian todd is beginning our coverage in the streets of massachusetts, 30 miles north of boston. i can see the snow coming down. it's pretty much full out where you are now brian. >> reporter: it's very bad erin. it's getting to the portion of the evening things are dangerous in the boston area. you can see a the wind picking up here. our photo journalist can tran the camera on the light. you can see where the wind is taking the snow swirling around here. you mentioned conditions visibility is termrible. the question is where to put all of it. these scenes are typical around the boston area. they're running out of places to put the snow. roads are getting more and more
treacherous because as the snow falls, still all of that has not been cleared. you've got fewer and fewer places to pull over if you need to if you're in an emergency, think you're going to get stuck. there's really no place along the roads to go either side roads or major interstate. that's the problem. you cannot see the lane markers. conditions for drivers have been treacherous all day long. now erin roads are freezing over. sub zero temperatures starting about now. they can't salt them yet because the snow is not finished. plows are trying to do what they can, but they can't shovel it and push it to the side at the same rate the snow is falling. you talked about the fatalities. there was one in this area illustrating the fact even the parking lots are not safe. we got word of a woman in her 50s struck and killed by a snowplow in the parking lot of a
continue minute yum. roads are not safe. parks lots not safe here in massachusetts. >> not safe. flakes coming down where you are. it's still accumulating significantly so. brian todd thank you so much. in boston the city shattering a snowfall record already, right? they've got 10 more inches today. that brings the the one week total to over 34 inches. that's in one week. that is the snowiest since records began in 1891. 1891. this is a time lapse video. we'll show you here the intensity of the snowfall and how this comes do you think. it's pretty incredible what our photo journalist was watching the situation getting worse and worse. what happened was it came down so quickly it was impossible for road crews to teach up with accumulating snow. jennifer gray is in boston. i was there with you last week. you've been in boston since the
storm began. storm after storm. how are conditions right now? >> yeah the storms are lining up in the pipeline of course. we are seeing the snow tape areaing offer now. we had a wicked ban move through and dump a lot of snow. this is tapering off and should be it for the rest of the night. going to wait on snow totals to come in. this could be the snowiest day on record for february 2nd. this could end up being since january 1, more snowfall than they get in an entire year. this is behind me all the snow mounds. plows having ss are coming through. all these streets will freeze over tonight. temperatures will plummet overnight. singling digits tomorrow morning. just a mess. in fact that's why they postponed the parade. not only people in boston trying
to get to those parade routes they've to continue to get snow in front end loaders and haul it off. people in new england wanted to come to the parade. roads aren't in good enough shape for them to get here. let's get to the forecast. the snow is moving out tonight. of course those temperatures did plummet. temperatures around freezing around noon. dropped to 18 early afternoon and down to 10:00 by 4:00 or so. it was a quick plummet as far as temperatures go. we're also going to see temperatures stay in the single digits overnight and then the parade is on wednesday. lows in the single digits. highs ss in the 20s. though the warmer tomorrow. it will give them time to get snow out of the way erin. >> pretty terrifying when you think of cold temperatures and 65 a million people in the path of this storm. where you are, temperatures extremely dangerous, roads dangerous. jennifer gray thank you very much.
peter judge of the massachusetts emergency management agency is out front on the phone. thanks for being with me. i appreciate it. 34 inches over seven days. that's a record back to 1891 as we were telling everyone. how do you cope with that? that's three feet in one week. you've never had to cope with that before. >> caller: right. there are suburbs outside of boston that got 20 inches of snow today on top of 30 inches of snow with the previous storm. you know we're looking at this sort of issue all across the state. as said in the previous story, the snow farms as they call them, they're trying to plow snow they're filling up. they're going to try to truck around the state to clean the city streets. it's a losing battle now. >> what about the temperatures coming in? we're talking with wind chill, below 0, well below 0, for a lot of people. >> caller: right.
15 below 0 for wind chill tomorrow. that was part of the reason to postpone the event tomorrow with the patriots. that being said we're fortunate there's been minimal power outages around the state. in that regard don't have to worry about setting up a lot of shelters and warming centers although we are reaching out to people to check on neighbors and maybe sure everybody is safe and warm. >> you're going to go ahead with the parade on wednesday with the clean up still ongoing and below 0 temperatures? >> caller: as of right now. we'll make sure the parade route is as clean as possible major highways so folks can get in from around new england. it was closed today. the additional six inches the city wasn't expecting probably through the change into that plan. right now looks like wednesday is a go. >> thank you so much. best of luck. i know you dealing with a record situation. more snow in one week in boston
since recordkeeping began in 1891. next a new warning from isis saying the group is quote, unquote, thirsty for your blood. measles now in new york after a student rode a crowded train with a virus. outrage tonight with the antivirus hochltmovement. and the state of the art airport. this is what it looks like now. we'll take you through and tell you why.
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. tonight isis says it's quote, thirsty for your blood. in a video that shows the murder of kenji goto. it says it's an entire caliphate with an army ready to attack. the government saying it will do whatever it take to free their pilot. they're saying we'll do whatever it takes. we'll do a trade. we don't even know if this fighter jet pilot is alive do we? >> no. jordan demanded proof of life from the beginning and haven't gottenen that. they're caught in a haunting
limbo. there's no proof of life but also hasn't been a decapitation video showing they've killed him. there are other hostages including four westerner, one an american woman. there are questions as well as to what isis is accomplishing with the videos as the number of foreign hostages dwindles. have they fired up their base? is this helping them recruit, or are they turning people off showing brutality? it's an open question. >> jim, thank you very much. tonight president obama refusing to say, when talking about this isis conflict that america is at war with radical islam. let me play it for you. >> are we in a war with radical islam? >> the way to understand this is there is an element growing out of muslim communities in certain parts of the world that have
perverted the religion have embraced a violent, almost evil interpretation of islam. they're doing damage in a lot of countries around the world. it is absolutely true that i reject a notion that somehow that creates a religious war because the overwhelming majority of muslims reject that interpretation of islam. they don't recognize it as being islam. i think that for us to be successful in fighting this scourge, it's very important for us to align ourselves with the 99.9% of muslims who are looking for the same thing we're looking for. order, peace prosperity. so i don't quibble with labels.
>> all right. joining me now cnn political commentator peter and peter brooks. now senior fellow at the hedge foundation. peter brooks you heard that answer rather torture. you don't like it. what's wrong with refusing so say the u.s. is at war with radical islam in a clear sentence like that? >> this is obviously. this has been going on a few weeks. it's causing concern especially among members of congress. i think it's causing confusion among the american people. it undermines the president's credibility especially when conduct of this tight against terrorism is questioned. clarity is critically important. i feel we're in an intellectual word game when at war. we owe it to american people congress servicemen and women we're clear on what we're up against here. i don't think we have really good news that we're facing
right now. i'm concerned about how the president is shaping this. >> peter, he does have a point. it was a rather long winded academic answer. after the terror attacks in paris, the prime minister of france was clear. he said we're at war. he said it's war against terrorism, jihadism radical slim islam. the president won't say it's a war against jihadi or islam. why not? >> there's nothing less clear saying we're at war with radical islam. does it include the government of iran for instance which we're negotiating a deal with which is extremely hostile to groups like isis? does it include the muslim brother hood that controls turkey one of our allies? we're at war with specific terror organizations and
networks like isis and al qaeda branches. we know who they are and how to fight them. declaring a war against a ideology is going to get us in trouble. >> peter, what do you think? today it was sited talking about different countries that people support quote unquote radical islam. in iraq it's 91%. in iraq 91% say-- 60% say it's okay to kill women. we're not going to war against those populations. we don't want to signal we are either. >> i understand that. the president has to make that more clear. if we're not at war against radical islam, what are we in war against? >> look at what we've seen. last week they were talking
about the taliban wasn't a terrorist group. there's a lot of problems here. what i'm really worried about is that people outside of washington need to understand why we're spending time lives, resources and fighting this. i don't think the president has been quite clear on that. i think there's a lot of concern. there's members of congress a that are well briefed on issues. there's a lot of concern about how the president is going about conducting this struggle and threats we face. >> that's right. taliban is terrorist group one day. the next day you exchange i prisoners and don't wanted to call them a terrorist group. it's like we feel you're a terrorist group but change any time we want. >> there's groups with repulsive like the taliban plotting against the united states. we can be hideously opposed to one but only at war with people trying to kill us. we're fighting a war in
afghanistan. i think if we were to leave afghanistan, al qaeda would pursue us around the world. taliban would not. taliban wants to rule afghanistan in a barbaric way. it's not the same with a group trying to kill americans all over the world. >> peter brookes, barack obama seemed to have ed toed to ed toed to ed toed to ed toed to ed toed to -- president bush had the same opinion on this. let's play it. >> not the true face of islam. that's not what islam is all about. islam is peace. these terrorists don't represent peace. they represent evil and war. >> do you think he'd be willing to say radical islam, not just terror, now? >> it's hard to say.
we'd have to ask the president. this was days after 9/11. this was unchartered territory. almost 14 years ago. then we were dealing with al qaeda, al qaeda core pakistan afghanistan. now we're dealing with a movement that almost spans the globe. we'd have to ask president bush what he'd say. i don't mean to put words in his mouth. i think it's worse now than it was back then despite the tragedy of 9/11. >> certainly widespread even though we haven't had an attack of that widespread. now a bombed out airport, bodies strewn a few years ago was a state of the art term that will. i want to warn you these images are extremely disturbing. we are able to show you the horrific price of war in ukraine. nick payton walsh is out front.
>> we're at international airport. ukraine's army is still shelling here. despite being pushed out of this former strong hold two weeks ago by russian-backed separatists, themselves heavily armed. this is their form of airport shuffle. we're moved in an armored car towards a new terminal of the airport. separatists have taken this territory. it's still regularly under fire from the ukrainian military. we pull into the airport long term underground parking. occasionally shells are still landing here. >> the fight killed hundreds as
ukrainians used service tunnels to hold part of the complex. the men claim these bodies were left in the ukrainian retreat. last call for passengers on this walkway passed months ago. these pictures from three years ago showing how it used to sparkle. hard to imagine how just six months ago we were here flying out of the the state of the art international terminal. look at the destruction and how this symbolizes how far eastern ukraine has fallen. >> morters often fall here so we move fast. they used to call this the new terminal opened two years ago for football fans coming to see the european championship. that newfound european optimism has evaporated. the war here is entering a new phase. the heaviest of weapons and
random shelling of civilians. victory has become more important than its spoils. these men blame president obama for this devastation. russia blames nato for fermenting this war. nato says non sense and many of these fighters are actual russian regular army. blame, hatred charred remains everywhere. ukraine's bright hopes of modern prosperity the gate is closed. nick pay ton walsh, cnn. next measles on the east coast of the united states. the student with the virus in new york's busiest train station. passengers are exposed. and the growing an say vaccine movement. is this all about jenny mccarthy? a special report about the antivax movement. e reason 100% of our retirement funds beat their 10-year lipper averages.
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college student from new york. while infected with this highly infectious air born disease, that student boarded an amtrak train that travels to albany buff low and nighagara falls. should everyone in contact with that person be concerned? >> we don't know who had contact with this person because we don't know where the bern sat. if you were on the train and are not vaccinated or your child wasn't yes be concerned. it's worth a trip to the doctor to sort this all out. erin the reason for this is we forget sometimes before we had the vaccine in this country, 400-500 a year would die from measles and 4,000 would get brain swelling. this is not something you want to play around with. >> it's pretty terrifying when you think about it.
when we talk about 90% exposed to it end up getting the measles. it's air born, survives hours in the air or on a surface. to your point about whether you're fully immune. i have this question. some adults may need to get another mmr shot. is it possible i think i'm immune because i was vaccinated as a kid but i'm actually not anymore? >> sure. in 1990 cdc figured out we've been telling people to get one shot as a kid. one may not be enough. it's enough for some but not everybody. if you were born before 1990 you probably had one. >> looks like we lost that shot from atlanta. i apologize for that. i'm not sure why. you heard the bottom line. if you got your vaccine for mmr before 1990 go check if you need additional shot or not. my understanding is that insurance does pay for that additional shot.
as the number of new cases increases, there's a battle brewing across the united states as to whether parents should be allowed to refuse to vaccinate by choice putting lives of other children at risk knowingly. dan is out front. >> dr. wilson is a pediatrician in california a place at the epicenter of growing friction whether parents should be able to refusee fuzfuse vaccinations of children. 6% of kindergartens, 3% more than the state average. >> i've seen children with brain damage from the measles. >> the doctor has no real discussion especially after two siblings. parents say no to the vaccine you'll have to find another doctor. >> we were concerned there would be a case of measly otherle lemeasles our county.
we didn't want the practice to be where it showed up. didn't want to spread measles in our waiting room. >> tension has been escalating across the country with much directed at parents who choose not to vaccinate their children n. an online pete to make it mandatory to attend california schools. 14,000 have signed it. debate shifting to political circles. president obama directly asked about it in the presuper bowl conference with nbc news. >> measles is preventable. i understanden there are families that in some cases are concerned about the effect of vaccinations. science is pretty indisputable. >> though not directly answering the question the president offered no support for those that refuse. kentucky senator rand paul taking a different stance. >> not antivaccine at all, but
particularly most of them ought to be voluntary. >> a position that might be considered surprising since he was a practicing physician before entering politics. new jersey governor chris christie taking heat suggesting parents be given flex bltd despite the fact he vaccinated his own children. i understand parents need measure of choice in things as well. that's the balance the government has to decide. >> his press aid trying to send out an e-mail saying with a disease like the measles, there's no question kids should be vaccinated. with more than 100 cases around the nation doctors like nelson are hoping that's the message people here. >> i think when there's a preventable illness that you can do something to keep out of our school then it's your obligation to do that. >> and the data shows that states do a lot better when they take a hard line on vaccines. there are two states in the country that do not allow
personal belief exemptions mississippi and west virginia. they're the poorest states but have the highest wait rates of vac say thagss. mississippi is 97%. >> thank you very much. dr. dorian. this whole conversation. it's like you're living in alternate world. people have been stoked by celebrities and people in the public community. we're all paying the price for it. rand paul said today -- and i want to make a point here. presidential contender and a doctor. here's what he said. >> i've heard of many tragic cases of walking, talking, normal children who wound up with profound mental disorders after vaccines. >> this is what some parents are afraid of. again, he's a doctor senator, likely presidential contender. when you hear paul say something like he said what do you think?
>> it's sad, unfortunate. he's losing his duty not only as a physician but as a politician to take something so straightforward to help the united states help the people of the united states and actually he's doing harm by not taking a hard line here. we're letting there be a chance people will die and be affected by measles. something in science is undisputable. that's why i'm so addressggressive and passionate about this. >> the study i that linked autism children that seemed to be norm and will then were not has been protracted. the doctor was fraudulent. i've seen seven or eight deeply peer reviewed studies that have shown there's no link at all. people don't pay attention. they're still afraid of it even though it was a fraud. rand paul is not alone. he's not alone politically. another likely presidential candidate republican said that
vaccinating should be a choice today. that's chris christie. let me remind you -- i know we played it briefly. i want to play it again. this is talking about vaccinating his children. >> all i can say is we vac say nit ours. i also understand parents need measure of choice in things as well. >> he's an authority figure runs a state. states set the rules on whether kids are allowed to go to schools without vaccinations. >> before the vaccine, 500 died a year of measles. when you hear.gov or christie what do you think? >> it's disa pointing. we have an opportunity to make a big difference. an opportunity to realize if i vaccinate kids i lean to people that understand the science and rely on it. we need the surgeon general to step up. we need people who have the information to say this is a public health measure. it's not about politicians deciding whether they want votes or not. we need to understand we don't
want for a kid to die for us to then turn back and say why didn't we codo that? that's why we're talking about. >> hopefully people will listen. thank you doctor. we should point out when the new jersey.gov mor governor talks about choice it's a state that has laws prohibiting you from smoking in public. you have to wear your seat belt. in and of itself, choice doesn't make sense as an argument. an thety vaccine argument is growing. we'll have a full report on that. is jenny mccarthy truly to blame for this? three years to the day whitney houston's daughter found in the same condition. we have new details on bobbi's condition tonight. ogist about a biologic... this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain and protect my joints from further damage.
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their babies and future generations. >> by refusing to vaccinate their children they may be exposing a new generation to diseases thought eliminated from the u.s. >> erin jenny mccarthy said last year she's never been against vaccines. she wants vaccines with lower levels of what she calls toxins. she also wants to make sure they're not given four to five or six at a time but over a period. what she says is confusing which is don't vaccinate your children. we want to set the record straight. the science simply supports the benefits of ss vaccinations. >> they do. people should know there's now less toxins than there used to be. your child is getting less toxin in the multidose than they did getting viewer vaccines 20 years ago. that's a fact people aren't
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me keep movingbaby. you know, i'm right here you. >> reporter: her troubled continued in november brown walked from a car crash inatlanta. police she control of camaro and drove over a curb down em bankment. after purportedly nick whitney raised him as if were hisson. >> were best friends long time ago. now inhim. >> i was adopted am i her bloodbrother. we just really cared about each >> reporter: and new received statement from spokesperson for prayers and wishes. tyler perry flew brown from atlanta be his family here the hospital has to prepare the
worst, continue to pray for a miracle. erin? i that praying for a miracle. what is the on her condition now? joins me on the phone. she's speaking with the brown family. what you tell usbobbi brown's condition tonight? you said she could and her eyes? earlier she was opening and eyes. her family was not to too much experienced some seizures. they were hoping to able to lower the sedatives that taking that they could try to out how she was to figure brain function. but they have now to keep her in this medically inducedcoma. so family is playing a waiting game. certainlypraying. they are together. they areanother,
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