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breaking overnight. egypt launching air strikes against isis after the terror group beheaded egyptian christians. egypt's president vowed to avenge the murders. terror in copenhagen. what caused a man to go on a shooting spree in denmark. a look at what authorities are looking at ahead. bundle up. a deep freeze slamming the northeast. is there any relief?
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welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. john berman has the morning off. 4:00 a.m. in the east. egypt launching air strikes against isis targets in libya following the release of a video. this video appears to show the mass beheading of 21 egyptian christians. christians who were kidnapped in libya. egypt's president vowed to avenge those murders. could egypt have more military plans against isis in the works? cnn's ian lee is live in cairo. ian, the world is waking up to horror of the video and new act of violence. simply barbaric act from isis. these christians were killed because of their religion. >> reporter: that's right. when they were kidnapped in december and january, isis militants took them from buses, took them from where they were
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living. they left the muslim companions and took the christians and yesterday, they released the gruesome video of them taken out on the beach in libya. a militant giving the speech before being beheaded. the production quality of the video is similar to what we have seen in iraq and syria showing communication between the two groups. in the speech the militant gave he gave warnings to the christian community here in egypt, egyptian government and european union. the president seemed the way he would retaliate under the cover of darkness. f-16s took off from warehouses and struck. local reports on the ground say that was in the city of durna. a city in the control of isis
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that has long history of sending fighters to iraq and syria. the video shows isis has a strong presence in libya. christine. >> a strong presence in libya. ian lee, thank you. the white house condemning the beheadings. quote, the killing of innocents is the most recent acts. it further galvanizes the community to unite against isil. now to denmark where police are looking for the man what attacked a free speech forum and then another attack at a synagogue. the gunman killed in a shootout with police on sunday. we are learning more about the shooter who officials say was
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well known to danish police. this morning, they have arrested two alleged accomplices. let's bring in karl penhaul live with details. the suspect killed by police. well known to danish officials, not for terrorism ties but because he was a convicted criminal. >> reporter: absolutely christine. i want to locate you where we are in copenhagen. this is the cafe that mid afternoon saturday turned to mayhem. the shooter showed up on the scene as the free speech forum was going ahead and sprayed the coffee shop with bullets. we found 24 bullet holes in the windows there. that is still a crime scene. the area is on lockdown. the investigation is still ongoing. overnight, police said the gunman is 22 years old. that was the gunman killed yesterday morning.
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he is danish born, but arab origin. as you say, well on the police radar. well known to police. he had a background of violence. he was recently released from prison because he stabbed a fellow commuter on a commuter train. he was also known by police because of weapons charges. he was affiliated with a gang that roamed the street. he had no known connection with any islamic extremist groups or no knowledge he traveled to syria or iraq to fight with the factions there. police have now charged two men they arrested yesterday. charged with being accomplices with the crime. supplying some of the automatic weapons to the gunman and help him hide him after the fact. they are being charged with planning to help him, but the lawyer says his clients are
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innocent. christine. >> thank you for that karl penhall. condemning the jewish graves in eastern france. the grave stones were defaced with swastikas and nazi slogans. the french prime minister says it is an insult to memory. and benjamin netanyahu comments followed the fatal shooting of the jewish guard at the synagogue. he invited france jews to move to israel after the attack on the kosher supermarket in paris. the northeast meets the north pole again. millions facing arctic cold again with windchills as low as
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20 degrees below zero in places. dangerous cold stretches from michigan to maine and into the southern united states. it comes as the northeast digs out from the season's fourth major snowstorm. parts of new england saw more than 2 feet fall. boston dealing with another 16 inches of snow. the city had its snowiest month on record. 45.5 inches. cnn's will ripley has more. >> reporter: christine, we are turning on to i-95 north. we are about 35 miles outside of boston. we have been checking out the activities of road crews which have stayed out overnight and early morning hours. including this plow here making sure the roads are clear of any blowing snow and also trying to make sure the roads are free of ice. particularly black ice, which as you know, can be very dangerous. a lot of drivers are on the roads although it is presidents
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day and schools and government offices are closed. the fear of first responders and police is that they will be overconfident and assume the roads because they are dark, that they are safe. perhaps black ice could be hidden along here which could cause cars to slide out of control. it is what we saw i-95 southbound near boston yesterday when there was a huge pile up. more than 20 vehicles involved. minor injuries. again, just another example of a danger even after this storm has passed. now another thing that we are watching closely in the region is the heavy snow accumulated on rooftops. we saw several roof collapses throughout the region yesterday. two in new hampshire. one a strip mall. the other an apartment complex where 30 families were displaced. a roof collapse one reported in the boston area. as this snow sits on these roofs, especially of the businesses that may have been empty over the weekend, people are going back in the businesses on monday morning. if the roof gives way and people
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are inside obviously that is a dangerous situation. we continue to watch things on the roads and throughout the region and like police as well as they try to monitor the conditions and make sure that everyone stays safe. christine. >> will thanks for that. you stay safe will. a lot of snow and ice on the roads. to the deep south. bracing for a deep freeze. let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri for an early look at your weather. >> good morning, christine. the south starting to feel winter from kansas city to nashville. significant snow accumulations. more than 60 million people in the region under a winter weather advisory or winter weather warning. look at the wintry mess east of oklahoma city. the i-40 corridor is the most dangerous roadway across the country. mainly across little rock. significant ice accumulation. north of that line through i-70
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and st. louis region significant snowfall. talking about ice. anytime you get from .25 to .50 inch tree limbs can come down. widespread to power lines coming down. look at the color contours in little rock. that is an area of very dangerous conditions. it stretches east south of nashville and pushing to charlotte with smaller accumulations of ice. it brings in snowshowers across the deep south and pushes up the eastern seaboard by tuesday morning. more wintry weather is possible from washington baltimore and philly and then maybe new york and boston by the middle portion of the week. >> boston again by the middle of the week. breaking overnight, arrivals and departures slow down after a pipe burst into the control tower. workers had to evacuate and for a brief period no planes were leaving. they are working to restore full
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operations at dulles. transportation officials in hawaii say seven people were hurt when turbulence hit a united airlines flight from newark to honolulu. most people remember the crew. a teenage passenger was taken to the hospital with a head injury. this happened saturday when hawaii was under a high wind warning. the faa laying out the proposed new rules for the commercial use of drones. operators will have to pass a knowledge test and background check, but they would not need a pilot's license. the guidelines are covered for 50 pound drones. 11 minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. the stock market is closed for the presidents day holiday.
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the s&p 500 with a record high from friday. the dow back above 18,000. it could be the largest bank high ever. hackers stole approximately $1 billion -- $1 billion. stolen from banks. according to internet security firm kaspersky. it covers 25 banks in several countries. the attacks are active. they remain active. hackers install spying software. they learn how to mimic bank employee work flows. they learn how the bank operates and moves money. they use that to make transfers into their bank accounts. they are taking millions in cash from atms. the thieves are from russia china, ukraine and elsewhere in europe. it would be the largest bank heist ever.
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the world watching ukraine this morning to see if a tenuous cease-fire will hold. if it falls apart, what happens next? and "saturday night live" celebrates the big 4-0. from famous faces to sketches, we will look at the highlights. plus, how did the show handle the brian williams scandal? that's why so many people are turning to delsym for longer lasting cough relief. delsym has an advanced time release formula that helps silence coughs for a full 12 hours. up to twice as long as other cough liquids. all night... or all day.
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mariupol. the cease-fire is tenuous. as you said around this area near mariupol there is fighting with pro-russian separatists and ukrainian military. the ukrainian army said the forces lost five men in the battle. they also say that pro-russian separatists are amassing forces on the other side of the frontline. that goes against what is supposed to be happening. the first day where heavy weapons are supposed to be removed from the areas of the frontline. that has not happened yet. i spoke to the ukrainian military. they will not start to pull back until the cease-fire holds in the entire area where we are right here. another town north of us called debaltsava. artillery fire is going on. both sides are blaming each
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other and calling this a violation of the cease-fire. the ukrainians are saying there have been over 100 violations of the cease-fire. however, by and large, they also say that there has been a major decrease in fighting and they do hope that the cease-fire might in fact hold for an extended period of time. >> thank you, frederik pleitgen. the united nations security council meeting on the crisis in yemen giving approval to the resolution demanding that houthis give up control. the resolution demands that houthis release yemen's deposed president and cabinet from house arrest. the turkish and japanese embassies have closed and moved out staffers from the country after the u.s. british and french embassies did the same last week. "60 minutes" broadcast bob simon simon's final report last night.
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he finished the report on the ebola treatment before being killed in a car crash in new york last week. simon's colleagues paid tribute to him on the show. >> we begin tonight with the story by bob simon. our colleague and friend whom we lost this past wednesday in a tragic car accident. in a 47-year career reporting from every aspect of the globe. >> simon's daughter tanya produced his story. the show next week will be devoted to simon. 19 minutes past the hour. no end in sight over the homeland security funding fight. john boehner says he is not to blame. find out who he says is at fault if the money runs out and why he will not rule out the possibility of a shutdown. and "saturday night live" marks the 40th anniversary with a bang. who is that locking lip was
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one of the country's largest and most critical government agencies could be forced to shutdown at the end of the month. because of the house speaker john boehner is prepared to allow funding for the department of homeland security to lapse. listen to what he said on sunday. >> if the department funding
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runs out? >> senate democrats are to be blamed. the house is active. >> the house has passed legislation extending funding for the department of homeland security. however. it is tied to a bill blocking the executive action on immigration. something democrats are not on board with. all right. on a lighter note. "start "saturday night live" hosts and cast gathered to celebrate the last 40 years. >> we are. we are. >> we are two wild and crazy guys and the samurai. tina and amy. >> the show had topical jokes, including jerry seinfeld taking swipe at the nbc nightly news scandal. >> i found out one of the original cast members of 1975 was brian williams.
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i didn't -- i don't know if that true. i never heard that. it doesn't sound true. it might not be. >> there were so many a-listers and buzz-worthy moments. including this passionate kiss with betty white and bradley cooper during a california skit. look at that. and the special resurrected its version of "jeopardy" with will ferrell. >> let's hear what this celebrity has to say about his favorite cocktail. >> jamma. >> no no no no. oh dear god, no. we filmed that in june. >> snl would not be complete without music. paul mccartney and kanye west and miley cyrus performed. 25 minutes past the hour. this is the winter that will not
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a vicious video. will this encourage more countries to join the fight? denmark on edge after the worst case of terrorism in years. was the man who went to a shooting spree inspired by the "charlie hebdo" attacks in france? deep freeze. more misery piles on the northeast and now the south is bracing for snow. that's a nice way to start the week. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. john berman is off this morning. let's start with breaking news. egypt launching air strikes against targets in libya following the release of the video claiming to show the mass beheading of 21 christian egyptian kidnapped in libya. egypt's president vowed to avenge those murders. could egypt have more military plans against isis in the works now? cnn's ian lee is in cairo for
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us. make no mistake, isis kidnapping and killing 21 christians. it is almost a scene out of a holy war. >> reporter: it is christine. the video is very graphic and unlike other isis videos we have seen they do not cutaway. they show every graphic detail. the production quality high and similar to what we have seen in iraq and syria. in the video, a message. warning to the christian community here in egypt and european union. libya is on europe's door step. the government announced they would take measures they deemed necessary and early this morning, under the cover the darkness f-16s took off from egyptian air bases. they struck weapons depots and warehouses. local media in libya reported that happened in the city of
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durna. the city that isis controls and has a long history of militants. isis. isis in libya has a long history. this is a group that is expanding. it is taking advantage of the security and political void that is in libya right now after the 2011 uprising that overthrew moammar gadhafi. the leader of libya that backed by the west. for egypt, this now is very worrying. they are sandwiched between isis and the sinai peninsula that has killed hundreds of security personnel and now they have this going on in libya as well. we will be watching to see if egypt continues the air strikes in the hours that follow. christine. >> you know, for so long now, ian, after the past several weeks, there has been discussion if isis is a political movement
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or religious movement. from time to time people say, you know don't call it radical islamist organization because frankly these are political motives and terror motives and not wrapped in islam. when you look at the group, singling out and killing christians the religious narrative is undeniable. >> reporter: that's right. this is a group that uses i would not necessarily call it a religious group. it is a group that uses religious to achieve its political objectives. it has been condemned by scholars all over the world. i talked to the grand mufthd of europe. the head of islamic scholarship for sunni islam. this is a group that appeals to
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diseven franchise chiezed people. and after the overthrow of morsi. and believing that what they need to do is join groups like isis. we have seen egyptians go to iraq and syria. libya has also had a lot of fighters go to iraq and syria and they are bringing back these skills they learn. the hard-core fighters which will prove difficult to root out. christine. >> ian lee. thank you. the white house by the way condemning the beheadings in a statement, the white house says, quote, the wanton killing is the vicious acts perpetrated by isil affiliated terrorists against people of the region. the u.s.-led coalition stepping up the aerial
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bombardment of isis after the iraqi base which is home to troops. there is concern the battle field will widen. it is gaining ground west of baghdad. we have phil black in erbil with the latest of the expanding reach of the group. >> reporter: well there are certainly concerns christine. there are efforts underway to curtail it. some 1,400 iraqi soldiers have graduated with the helped of u.s. military personnel from basic. this is part to rebuild the iraqi military. new operations and offensive against isis especially north of the country. the prime minister says the plan to take mosul west of where i am standing has plans to begin within months. ultimately it will depend on
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the situation on the ground and training and rebuilding efforts. in anbar province, isis continues to gain ground. it launched attacks against the air base where 300 military personnel are based. some efforts to take al bagdadi have made little progress. the fighters helping the iraqi military have appealed for greater assistance from the international community to help stop the isis advance. in the capital baghdad, the iraqi government is now also facing a political crisis tied into the long running sectarian tensions. the major sunni political blocks have boycott the parliament and government after a sunni tribal leader found dumped under a bridge in baghdad. the sunnis believe the shi'ite
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militia is responsible. the prime minister says whoever did this was trying to distract iraq from the efforts against the real enemy, isis and has promised to punish them. christine. >> phil black for us in iraq. thank you for that phil. 37 minutes past the hour. kayla mueller's boyfriend speaking out for the first time describing efforts to free her. omar alkhani said he was face-to-face with her in a detention cell in syria. he saw her face for a few seconds to show it was the 26-year-old aid worker. he posed as her husband hoping captives would free her if she were married. she denied being his wife. new developments overnight in denmark. two men charged as accomplices in the deadly copenhagen attacks. pleading not guilty in court. alleged gunman known to police killed in the shootout of the
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two attacks. one at a speech forum and one at a synagogue. cnn's karl penhaul is live for us. the gunman was someone well known to police. he had been a convicted criminal. not just a petty thief, but a violent criminal. there were no traces until now that he was inspired by terrorists. >> reporter: absolutely christine. in fact in the last few moments, reuters news agency named the 22-year-old gunman and omar alhussaien. because of his violent past police say he had just been released from prison after stabbing a commuter on one of copenhagen's commuter trains. they say in the past he had convictions for violating gun laws here in denmark. he was a member of one of the
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muslim gangs that roamed certain neighborhoods in copenhagen. nothing to indicate he would head to syria or iraq to train with the extremist factions there. this is outside the krudttonden cafe where the first attack took place mid afternoon on saturday. the bbc obtained an audio recording of the moment the gunman gunman burst on scene. let's take a listen to that. >> why do we still say but when we -- [ gunshots ] >> reporter: no mistake there, you can quite clearly hear the sound of automatic weapons fire opening up. you can see the result of that on the front of that cafe that
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is now guarded by armed police. it is still very much a crime scene. across the window we counted at least 24 bullet holes there. in new developments police charged two men they arrested yesterday. initially, they believe the fwun gunman was acting alone, but now police charged two men with helping him of obtaining the automatic weapons. they say these two helped the gunman conceal himself for hours between the attack on the coffee shop here and the time that he attacked the jewish synagogue. christine. >> thank you for that. karl penhaul for that. reuters naming the suspect. the french government condemning the desecration of
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the jewish graves in eastern france. the stones were defaced with swastikas and nazi slogans. the prime minister said every effort will be made to catch the perpetrators which is an insult to memory. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu calling for a mass immigration of jews from europe to israel. his comments following the fatal shooting of a jewish guard at the copenhagen synagogue over the weekend. they echo similar remarks last month after the attack on the kosher supermarket in paris. netanyahu's message to european jews israel is your home. here in the u.s. the fourth winter storm to hit the northeast in less than three weeks. number four. dumping as much as 2 more feet of snow in parts of new england. boston getting another 16 inches. that city has had the snowiest
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month on record. 45.5 inches of snow in one month. while people dig out, bitter cold. windchills down as low as 20 below zero in many places. now the southeast and the deep south bracing for winter. let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri for an early look at your weather. >> christine, the northeast, you know what has been happening. this morning in boston dropped down to minus 3. the coldest single temperature boston has seen in years. minus 30 across the region. 60 million people under windchill advisories and warnings. the south, parts of it deep south in the i-10 corridor not in on the cold air just yet. wait until tuesday afternoon. new orleans making it up to 76 degrees. a wintry mess in the forecast. we have every color on the radar spectrum. from white to snowfall in tulsa to the south in little rock with ice accumulations and memphis in
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on the region where the i-40 corridor is the most dangerous places when it comes to travel. ice accumulations could exceed .50 by the afternoon hours enough to bring down power lines and trees. storm system pushes up the eastern seaboard christine. it departs tuesday morning in washington baltimore, philly and new york and yes, boston. it looks like another round of the white stuff coming on into the week. christine. >> pedram just said boston could get more this week. an early start on your money this morning. investors getting a break after an early run. the stock market is closed for the presidents day holiday. s&p at a record high. the dow closed at the highest level this year. a good run for stocks.
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it will be a messy monday for air travelers. more than 2,000 flights wantcanceled on sunday. boston's logan airport and nashville and laguardia are posting the most cancellations. there will be significant delays today as airports de-ice planes in the frigid temperatures in the northeast. i was coming in this morning and the dashboard read zero degrees. 44 minutes past the hour. will the cease-fire hold? all eyes on ukraine this morning where a shaky truce -- that shaky truce is holding with rebels and government forces. the question is can the truce last? of all the places in your house, this one's the busiest. so you want it to be the cleanest. that's why you need lysol. because when you use bleach, some stains are left behind. as this dye reveals. lysol toilet bowl cleaner does more. it removes the tough stains that bleach doesn't and it also disinfects. so why just
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welcome back. it may be the first real crack in the fragile ukraine cease-fire. reports of battling with security forces and pro-russian separatists after the cease-fire went into effect on sunday at midnight. we have cnn's frederik pleitgen in mariupol ukraine. fred what is the situation? >> reporter: it is tenuous. it is fragile. it looks like it could go either way. there have been infringements on the cease-fire. the ukrainian military said there have been over 100
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infringements by what they say are pro-russian separatists. most in the town of mariuplol where i am. there is a town north of here where there is artillery fire. five ukrainian forces have been killed in the past 24 hours. at this point, both sides are accusing each other of not sticking to the cease-fire. the pro-russian separatists are saying the ukrainians are moving artillery. the ukrainians are saying the pro-russian separatists are moving artillery in that area. they are supposed to be moving out this morning. >> we are losing fred pleitgen's shot. he is reporting from mariupol. fred reporting the cease-fire could go either way.
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and most critical government agencies could be forced to shutdown at the end of the month. because the house speaker john boehner is prepared to anllow funding for the department of homeland security lapse. >> what if the funding runs out? >> senate democrats should be to blame. >> you are prepared to let that happen? >> certainly. the house is active. we have done our job. >> the house has passed legislation extending funding for the department of homeland security. funding tied to a bill blocking the president's actions on immigration. something democrats are not on board with. transportation officials in hawaii say seven people were hurt when turbulence hit a united airlines flight from newark to honolulu. a teenager was taken to the hospital with a head injury. this happened saturday when parts of hawaii were under a high wind warning. breaking news overnight. dulles airport outside
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washington. arrivals and departures slow down after a pipe burst in the control tower. workers had to evacuate for a brief period. no planes were leaving dulles. the tower has now reopened. officials say hethey are working to restore operations. conan o'brien breaking the late night embargo. he has been shooting material in havana for a show scheduled on march 4th. conan is the first late night host to shoot in cuba since the embargo took effect in 1972. jack parr interviewed castro for the tonight show. "fifty shades of green." one movie dominates the box office. details when we get an early start on your money next.
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let's get an early start on your money. the stock market is closed for the presidents day holiday. the dow and s&p are at the highest levels for the year. look at the moves for stocks. check out the 401(k). the dow at more than 1%. nasdaq up 3.3%. s&p 500, up 2% for the year. "fifty shades of grey" set a record at box office. the thriller brought in $81.6 million. the biggest opening weekend ever. it crushed the previous record
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holder of the romantic comedy "valentine's day." remember that one? it was just shy of the best february opening of all time. that belongs to "passion of the christ" which hit in 2004. top of the hour. "early start" continues now. breaking overnight. egypt launching air strikes against isis after isis be heads egyptian christians in a barbaric video. egypt's president vows to avenge their murders. terror in copenhagen. what caused a man to go on a shooting spree in denmark in the country's worst case of terrorism in decades. what authorities are learning. bundle up. a deep freeze slammin

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