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happening now in the "newsroom," clearing skies and new hope in illinois this morning. the state battered by twisters homes and lives destroyed. >> i looked out the window and i saw it. it was huge. it was huge and it was coming right for us. >> and here comes hillary. the official 2016 announcement expected sunday on social media. what we know about clinton's first campaign stop. plus dash cam video showing a south carolina man taking off moments before he shot and killed by an officer. a funeral set for mr. scott. why his family is reportedly
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asking one civil rights leader to please stay away. let's talk live in the "cnn newsroom" newsroom". good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me. we want to take you now to ft. hood texas, where the purple heart will be awarded to those killed or wounded in that mass shooting that took place more than five years ago now. the army will also award the defense of medal freedom, the civilian equivalent of the purple heart, to nonmilitary victims. the secretary of the army says the recognition is "an appropriate recognition of their service and sacrifice." of course you remember that former army psych ietiatrist nadal hasan committed those shootings. people across illinois
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missouri and iowa getting their first look at towns and lives devastated in the wake of those deadly tornadoes. listen to how a chopper pilot describes the destruction below him. >> dressers chairs and in the center of your screen even a piano. all of it exposed. the contents of countless homes on full display. the town about eight square blocks and every home in every direction has been touched in some form or fashion by this storm from blown off roofs to homes that were simply blown away. >> those homes were blown away by this massive tornado that could be seen for miles with storm chasers following its every move. >> it's going to hit those cars. [ bleep ]. >> oh no. >> get closer get closer. [ bleep ].
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>> watch out. [ bleep ]. >> my god. this is violent. it's right there. right there. >> stop. we're good. my gosh. >> it hit cars. >> there goes cars. i saw headlights go flying. [ bleep ]. >> he's over. he's over. call 911. >> go go go. >> the town of rochelle illinois hit especially hard. this collapsed restaurant was once a local favorite but now its walls are caved in. ryan young is live in rochelle illinois to tell us more standing outside of that restaurant. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. what a massive storm. everyone is talking about that video. now we have details and stories
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of survival especially here at this restaurant as you can see what's left. i really want to point to just about where those people are standing over there. that's where this storm shelter is. i just talked to the owner of this restaurant who was on the inside. everyone was apparently taking pictures of the storm as it was approaching. then they realized something was terribly wrong. the storm was on a direct path with the restaurant. they all ran to that shelter and as the last person got in the shelter and closed the door the roof collapsed on top of the shelter. they were trapped on the inside. they tell me they started smelling gas and a lot of them thought they would never make it out. they started dialing 911. they started calling friends and family who started rushing to the area. they owned this restaurant for 1 11 years. firefighters arrived and started cutting parts of the roof. there's part of the roof we can see they slice edd in half to get to people trapped on the inside and there's blood in the
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restaurant where someone cut their hand trying to avoid the storm. they all got out. someone else was trapped in bathroom for a half hour but they talked about the pounding sound of that tornado hitting the restaurant over and over again and now you can really realize the shear terror they must have been experiencing for those two hours as they were trapped below smelling gas not knowing when they would get out. >> i cannot imagine. ryan young live in rochelle illinois. thank you so much. betty kramer was sheltered inside that very restaurant while that tornado ripped through the town. she's on the phone with me now. good morning betty. >> hello. >> i heard ryan describe it. you lived it. tell me what it was like. >> my gosh. it was very frightening. i was trying so hard to calm down a lot of other people you know so that kind of helped me. when the tornado actually hit,
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it was the most terrible sound. it just sounded like i don't know what. a bunch of stuff was just being thrown on top of the roof of that shelter. and then i started wondering if it was going to cave in and if it caved in you know would we just be trapped forever and maybe not even survive it. and as quick as it started and all that noise it was making then it stopped. we couldn't get out because we found out later that part of the building had fallen on the doors and there was no way we could get out and the owner who was in there, she was able to somehow get out to 911 because none of our telephones were getting out anywhere. and responders said they were going to get there as soon as possible and they were there pretty quick. but they had to get -- there was
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a lot of rubble out there. we found this all out later. they had to take a chainsaw and chainsaw through whatever the structure was that fell on top of the doors and then they had to chainsaw through the doors and they kept checking in on us. are you okay? is anybody hurt? they got a light down there to us somehow. i don't know how they did that. and we were probably in there for 1.5 to 2 hours and we just kept talking to each other and hugging each other and telling each other it would be okay. >> betty, i'm so glad that you're alive to share this story with us. thank you very much. >> that's the best part. >> thank you very much for comforting the others in that basement that were probably scared out of their minds. betty, thank you so much for joining me this morning. i want to take our viewers now to rochelle illinois where there's a live presser going on.
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this is the sheriff. let's listen. >> no natural gas leaks. so at this time there will be no outside access from anybody other than credentialed residents affected by this area. last night we had an outstanding response from every entity across northern illinois police fire you name it they were here. they were here all night. i'm not sure if -- i'll take a few questions. i'll answer what i can. >> do you have anyone missing? >> at this time we have no reported individuals missing. we have no fatalities and we just had a small handful of minor injuries. >> reporter: where is the biggest devastated area? >> the devastation is basically through flag township and then it heads northeast through the intersection of 251 and illinois
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route 64. >> reporter: north of what we're standing on right now? >> it starts west of where we're currently at and then continues in a north-northeast direction through the county. [ inaudible question ] >> the damage is pretty significant. houses that are affected are severely affected. they are gone for the most part or uninhabitable. there's no -- doesn't appear to be houses with minor damage. it's pretty much just devastation to where the tornado went through. this time it appears to be a quarter mile wide if not a little bit wider than that. >> reporter: a lot of people want to help out in the cleanup process. any timetable when they can help out? >> we're not going to take volunteers until at least tomorrow. at this point we're not going to allow anyone in other than residents and we'll have a volunteer staging area we'll announce shortly for tomorrow or on sunday.
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>> reporter: any update on the cleanup or rescue efforts going on right now? >> we have no current rescue efforts ongoing. we do have a third search of all of the residence affected. >> we'll step away from the news conference. this is the county sheriff. this is rochelle illinois. best news to come out of this no deaths reported and that's truly amazing when you witness the devastation that took place across parts of illinois. let's talk politics now. hillary is making her move. a source close to the campaign confirms clinton is expected to formally announce her candidacy for the white house on sunday. that announcement coming with a video release on social media. a more subdued choice compared to the announcements from the republican candidates so far. our senior political correspondent brianna keilar joins me now. what happened to the big, you know maybe at a university or major venue. >> ted cruz had a big speech. rand paul had a big speech.
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hillary clinton back in 2007 when it was as well a video like this. a video she put out on social media. that's what we expect according to a source familiar with the campaign. her video coming out and she'll start traveling immediately to really try to bolster that announcement and talk about her message, which we have a preview of because this is so key. why is she running for president? a lot of people say running is about the future. what is her message going to be? in an epilog to now the paperback of her book "hard choices" just out today that huffington post has a hold on she talks about becoming a grandmother and how the fact that looking at her granddaughter, charlotte, knowing she'll have tremendous opportunities, she wants all of the children in america to be able to fulfill their god given potential and she talks about becoming a grandmother since she's left government and that she has only been sort of bolstered in the sense she has a
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responsibility as a steward of this world to leave it a better place. >> it's not foreign policy background or experience in the state department it's about grandmother and grandchild. interesting. >> that's the thing when you have a message for a campaign the most successful ones tend to be about the future. what's your vision. this is her laying it out. she talks a little bit about being secretary of state and how she's in berma for her last visit as secretary of state president obama is there and he sort of calls from the stage, where's hillary. there she is. she says that she thought about how they had come so far from their first meeting after he had knocked her out of the primary race and as she said good-bye to him a little while later in washington she had a tear in her eye. sort of that olive branch. some democrats who have been more in his camp than hers. >> brianna keilar thanks so much. i appreciate it. still to come in the "newsroom," new dash cam video
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revealing more about the final moments of walter scott's life. is it answering questions or just creating more? we'll talk about that next.
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former north charleston cop michael slager sits in isolation in a north carolina jail this morning after being charged with murder in the shooting death of an unarmed african-american man. guards do increased checks of
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what they say is slager's mental health though he notes he's not on suicide watch. this latest news about slager comes as the dash cam video from his car is released. and fresh questions are raised about his encounter with walter scott. joining me now from north charleston south carolina is cnn's martin savidge. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, carol. this dash cam video begins to answer one very basic question which is how did that terrible day start for these two men. at the same time it raises a new mystery because there is a passenger in walter scott's car. who is this person we don't know. what's true is they would be a key witness. here's what we found. dash cam video capturing the moment police officer michael slager pulls over walter scott last saturday morning. slager's patrol car follows scott as he pulls into the parking lot of an auto part
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store. slager approaches the car and asks scott for the driver's license. you hear the conversation because slager is wearing a microphone. >> the reason for the stop is your brake light is out. the talk turns to paperwork over scott's recent purchase of the car. slager returns to his patrol car. moments later scott starts to get out of his car. the officer shouts a command. >> have a seat in the car! >> reporter: less than 30 seconds later scott gets out of his car and runs. the rest of what happens is out of view of the camera and is only picked up in pieces by slager's microphone. he sounds like he's running and he can be heard yelling. shortly after that scott is shot dead. but the video shows something else that could be key to that terrible day. look closely. you see that someone is in the car with walter scott when he
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was stopped. the person is also noted in one of the narratives given by a police officer arriving after the shooting. i also spoke to the passenger of the vehicle that was stopped. the passenger was detained and placed in the back seat of my vehicle. but the passenger seen here being searched is never identified and there's no mention of what happened to him. even scott's own family says they have no idea who the mystery rider might be only that he definitely wasn't family. >> unfortunately he's not here to tell us who was riding with him so hopefully we'll find that out soon and if you know let me know. >> reporter: so far no one has come forward to say they were with scott or explain why a simple traffic stop over a taillight so quickly accelerated into a shooting that has shocked a nation. martin savidge, cnn, north
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charleston south carolina. >> that was martin savidge reporting from north charleston. tomorrow morning about a half hour away a funeral will be held for walter scott, the man shot by officer slager. the service is set for 11:00 a.m. eastern. it will be open to the public. media can attend but no cameras or recording devices will be allowed inside that church. i want to bring in ed bryant he's the president of the north charleston chapter of the naacp. welcome, sir. >> good morning. >> good morning. mr. scott's funeral is open to the public. the media is invited. no cameras. i would say that's pretty generous of this family. do you hear me? ed do you hear me? >> i do. >> i would say that allowing the public to come into mr. scott's funeral is generous of the
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family. do you agree? >> i agree with that yes, of course. >> the family has been very gracious. they even had kind words for officer slager's family. >> yes. the family has been gracious. they've been very cooperative. they've been very kind toward the general public and sympathy toward the family and cordial. >> has the family reached out for help from the local chapter of the naacp? >> yes. i have spoken to anthony scott on several occasions. and every time that i speak to him, his demeanor his behavior is always the same. they are very warm hearted and caring. "the daily news" is reporting that the scott family does have a request. it's requested that al sharpton stay away. why do you think that is? >> i don't have any idea why
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that is. that would be something to deal with the media blitz but i'm not sure at all. >> if sharpton participated the family would be concerned that it would create a circus and they don't want a circus-like atmosphere like what happened in ferguson. do you think that's wise of them? >> i'm not sure of the reasoning and rationale not to have that there. i don't think it has anything to do with ferguson. issues in ferguson are different than what happened here. >> i understand that. but there is a lot of media attention right at the moment right, and they just don't want to bring more media attention to a tragic situation, am i reading that right? they think by bringing al sharpton into this it will create this circus-like atmosphere. >> yes, it does. it probably would do that. i think that's why they said no. >> you took a look at this dash
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cam video. does it tell you anything new? >> well the thing that i saw on the dash cam tells me one thing new and that is the fact that both brake lights on the left hand and right hand side work. the one that's in the center of the car, what they call a third brake light. i determined that was out. it was different than what i immediately thought in the beginning. >> so are you saying that mr. scott shouldn't have been stopped at all? >> i'm just saying that it was a third brake light. it's in the window for courtesy thing. but right hand and left hand worked. i saw that on dash cam. >> why do you think mr. scott ran away? >> i have no idea why he ran away. for whatever reason he ran away
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that's not ilglogical. people do things for different reasons. i understand there was something pending. maybe something wasn't pending. he ran away. i don't think there's any reason for what happened in the end. >> all right. ed bryant thank you for being with me this morning. i appreciate it. we'll be right back. . mayo? corn dogs? you are so outta here! aah! [ female announcer ] the complete balanced nutrition of great-tasting ensure. 24 vitamins and minerals antioxidants and 9 grams of protein. [ bottle ] ensure®. nutrition in charge™. i'm louis, and i quit smoking with chantix. i told myself for so long that i needed to quit smoking. i would quit then i'd go right back to it. chantix absolutely helped me quit smoking. along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. chantix helped reduce my urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. some people had seizures while taking chantix. if you have any of these stop chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history
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denver international is one of the busiest airports in the country. we operate just like a city and that takes a lot of energy. we use natural gas throughout the airport - for heating the entire terminal generating electricity on-site and fueling hundreds of vehicles. we're very focused on reducing our environmental impact. and natural gas is a big part of that commitment. one shooting and now two families are grieving. the mother of officer michael slager accused of murder after
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the shooting death of walter scott says she's praying not only for her own family but for the scott family as well. listen to what she told abc news. >> i can't imagine him doing something that is not just like him. that's not his character. but i just have to -- i just have to let it be and hope god takes care of everybody involved. not only my family but the scott family because i know they're grieving just like i'm grieving. >> in the meantime new dash cam video reveals the final moments before scott was gunned down showing officer slager pulling scott over for a routine traffic stop. slager approaches the vehicle and scott tries to get out of the car and the officer tells him to get back inside. scott initially obeys and then a second attempt and that's when
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scott makes a run for it. i would say the majority of police officers think what happened next. the shooting of mr. scott was wrong including milwaukee's police chief ed flynn. he wrote an op-ed for "time" magazine. "i'm a law-- i don't know a law enforcement professional who trains their officers to shoot unarmed, fleeing suspects. when actions become public our officers are depressed by the current environment today. they're judged by the worst example anywhere in the country. it affects their work. officers are fearful that every action is going to be judged with the worst possible presumptions." welcome, harry. first of all, how do you feel about chief flynn's comments? >> i think they're fantastic. this is something the police departments and other officers
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have to say. this shooting was unwarranted. it was definitely a murder in my eyes and every other police officer that i've seen there and it depresses you. we've had bad publicity when police officers have been right in instances in the past. here the police officer is wrong here and charged with murder. hope he goes to jail for the rest of his life. it does depress the police department because it puts out a flashing light out there to people that police officers are killers. they're not. not to put anything less on this incident that happened but i'm saying this is very rare when something like this occurs. >> you know a lot of people don't believe it's rare. especially people who live in minority communities. >> a lot of people don't. i haven't seen any cases where anybody has been shot in the back like that. i can't even remember one. >> this is on tape. >> of course.
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we don't know -- you know there's a lot of talk out there about the investigation that if there wasn't a tape this cop would walk. nobody can really say that. there's an investigation going on. it was in the early stages of the investigation. people complain there's no information in the first two days. these investigations take a long time. you know i would like to say that probably south carolina could have been trusted in this if there was not a video. i'm glad we have the video. every officer in every investigation i did if i had video i was doing a happy dance. >> i want to read you more of the op-ed by chief flynn. i thought it was really good. he said "we cannot be believed if we don't take decisive actions when our officers are clearly wrong. bad police performances that's not motivated by malice needs to be dealt with very sternly, including termination." i will say that he was not fired until after that videotape became public. that cell phone video. >> that doesn't mean much.
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>> sure it does. >> he would have been fired in a couple days any way. they probably did it really fast because of the video and said the video is out. let's fire him now. i think this officer would have been fired in a couple of days or whatever. >> the other thing i was struck by by what chief flynn wrote. "bad doctors are bad doctors even though they went to good medical schools and sometimes bad cops are bad cops even if they have gone through training and passed the test." how do you weed out bad cops? >> it's hard. it's a hard thing to do just like how do you weed out anybody from any other profession. cops are scrutinized in a way -- i did background investigations for new recruits coming on nypd. the investigation that we conduct on these people is unbelievable. they have to fill out a booklet about this thick and we have to track everything. if nobody has been arrested before if nobody is going to tell me something bad about that person when i interview neighbors and friends, how do
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you know someone is a sociopath? you don't. you have to wait until that behavior is uncovered. apparently in this incident nobody probably ever saw this coming with this guy. i have no idea. we'll have to wait and see. >> thanks so much for being with me. i appreciate it as always. >> thanks for having me carol. >> i'll be right back.
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i want to bring you back to ft. hood texas, right now. this is the secretary of army and others handing out awards to those that died at ft. hood and
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to 30 people injured. you may remember a few years back those people killed and injured by nidal hasan when he opened fire at ft. hood. he's now awaiting death on death row. we want to bring you to ft. hood because it's such a touching ceremony and of course those medals so well deserved. all right. in other news this morning, tomorrow pope francis will formally declare an extraordinary holy year. something that has not happened since 1983. the holy year starting in december is called the jubilee of mercy. seven holy doors located in seven different cathedrals around the world will be opened to pilgrims of all faiths. the archbishop in quebec was one of the first cardinals appointed by pope francis. i sat down with him for a wide ranging interview.
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it was fascinating. people of all faiths are welcome to come through this door? >> absolutely. you don't need a passport. we've received people who are not even christians. >> reporter: in the past the catholic church has not been so welcoming of people of other faiths. what changed? >> you're right. we have not always been as welcoming. we need to recognize that very humbly. does that mean we can't change? that we can't do better? we need to be more faithful to the gospel. that's our constant call. and i think we're doing some steps that are in the right direction. >> when the pope says things like who am i to judge gays? conservatives say you're the pope. you have to judge. >> jesus didn't judge. when you judge what's dangerous about judging, first of all, you put yourself a step above everyone else. and you're saying this is your condemnation. what pope francis is saying we
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recognize that there is sin. we recognize some people have fallen away from the path that is the gospel and teaching of the church. but how are we going to bring them back by condemning them? by judging them? no. of course you know that the catholic church will never promote same-sex marriage. do we respect homosexual persons and do we welcome them? do we accompany them? of course. there are some in our communities that part of our family. it's not because we do not bless homosexual marriages same-sex marriages that these people like other people who have other ways of life. the door is open for everyone. it's not for us to judge that. >> reporter: i have to tell you the excitement is building in the united states to see pope francis because they think he's a breath of fresh air for the church. >> i'm amazed to see how many people that come up to me and
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say, you know, cardinal this pope is going to convert me. if this keeps up i'm coming back to church. >> reporter: what is it about him? >> every person is a mystery, you know. you can never really say you can size up somebody. what's evident, this man is living with such freedom. those close to him say he's up close to 4:00 in the morning to prepare his daily mass. no wonder during the day after having been in communication and relationship with the lord he can be like him and be someone so loving so open, so joyful. >> reporter: there are some conservative catholics who aren't into pope francis. they think he's radical and dangerous. what would you say to them? >> you know, i hear that sometimes, too. some people will say i'm very conservative. i think pope francis is
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conservative in the right way. you have to be conservative enough to come back to what is the foundation and that's the gospel. you cannot reproach pope francis of not living the gospel or not preaching the truth of the gospel. >> pope francis sometimes say things that surprise people like when he was leaving the philippines and he said women shouldn't procreate like rabbits. when he says things like that do you say, pope francis, what were you thinking? >> i always try to go back and listen to what he said or read what he said in the context. he has some answers and some sayings that are very -- that open your eyes. it wakes us up. it keeps us on our toes. and i think people appreciate his way of speaking which is not dogmatic and cold and all
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calculated. he has free speech. >> isn't part of your mission why the pope made you cardinal to try to change the church? isn't that part of your mission? >> no he didn't make any a cardinal to change the church. thank god. no. you are created a cardinal to participate in a conclave if we need to elect a pope and secondly to assist the holy father in his work. right now part of his work and part of his mission and his ministry is this renewal of the church. of course i will participate. i'm not the one who will change the church. i'll participate with him. we have nothing to impose. we have someone to propose. the lord jesus and his gospel. it's a conversion process. that's where we are today. it's going to take time. >> it's going to take time. i want to bring in john allen, cnn analyst and author of the
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francis miracle. good morning. >> how are you doing? >> i'm great. i was watching your face watching my interview with the cardinal, you were laughing at times and shaking your head. what stood out to you? >> well fundamentally, carol, the thing i would draw your attention to is how excited the cardinal seems about what pope francis is doing. look let's not be coy about this. the cardinal's profile in the catholic church would be he's a fairly conservative guy in terms of politics and theology. they level of detail -- when you asked him when the pope says things about breeding like rabbits or who am i to judge, does it raise his blood pressure? the honest truth is of course it does. and yet despite all of that my experience is even senior members of the hierarchy who might quibble with this pope on certain points of detail fundamentally are thrilled about what's going on because it has
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changed the quality of their live lives. when they get into cabs these days or walk into airports or they go to parishes or on tv with you, they are no longer finding outrage and skepticism. they are finding deep enchantment with the new boss which basically makes their lives remarkably easier carol. i think that's -- i think that's the take away here that at the level of detail is there some blowback to francis at the top, sure. do these guys want to roll the clock back to two years ago before francis was elected? absolutely not. working for a wildly popular pope is a good time. >> absolutely. all right. john allen, thank you so much for being with me this morning. i so appreciate it. still to come in the "newsroom," florida swamped with stakes. the threat they're posing to one of america's most majestic wetlands next.
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back-to-back adventures in sunday's season finale of "the wonder list." bill weir discovers a nonnative species is now threatening the wetlands. >> reporter: lack of clean water is one threat to the glades. like most wild places in the age of man, another big struggle involves protecting native species from destructive exotic species. where did they come from do they think? >> a lot of them were imported in. >> reporter: bill booth is a fireman, outdoorsman and part-time python hunter. >> people want an exotic pet. they get tired of them or they get too big and they'll come to the everglades and dump them. >> reporter: some guess there are over 100,000 of them out there. others argue much less.
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there's no debate that this six-foot gator was swallowed hole by a python that later burst. florida held an open python hunt. >> you had 1,600 people that thought they wanted to come in and hunt pythons. they have ar-15 in full fatigues and had no idea what they were doing or where they were going. >> reporter: how do you hunt a python? >> you just grab them. you just grab them. >> reporter: just grab them. like this. >> what if they eat you? >> they can unhinge their jaws and swallow a small deer. you're faster than a small deer so you're safe i think. >> okay. number one, i cannot believe people would want a python as a
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pet. that strikes me as strange. >> number two is amazing how a few feet owners-- pet owners they release them and that's a threat is how we bring stuff with us and upsets the balance. >> how many of these snakes have been caught and killed? >> there were 78 because they are so hard to find. we went hunting for a couple hours. >> i hoped you were able to grab one. >> we didn't see one because they're so hard to find. their impact is amazing. we went down to florida to study the biggest wildlife reclamation in history. we created these beautiful resorts and hotels and strip malls and half of the everglades is now dead and other half is on life support and people realize what that means to fresh water for people and fish in florida
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bay and this web of life that we're a part of depends on places that have snakes and mosquitoes and gators. >> it's sad to me we never appreciate nature until it's in danger of going away or it's gone away. >> once we do realize it's gone away it's so expensive to bring it back. it will cost $13 billion to try to get that fresh clean water flowing again to the right parts of the glades. >> all politicians who don't believe in conserving along the way now have to spend huge amounts of tax dollars because nature is dead at the moment. >> that's human nature isn't it? one more development. if i push a little bit farther into the glades and build this one housing development, it will be mine and we can stop. multiply that times 1,000 and that's what happens. i hope "the wonder list" helps people think about that in a broader way. >> i don't think people realize how gorgeous florida is. thank you. i appreciate it. a double episode of "the wonder
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this morning at the masters. fans are hoping that things went better than yesterday. he was outshined by 21-year-old jordan spieth. let's go out to augusta where the action is taking place. good morning. >> good morning to you. tiger woods just come past us here on the first hole and he made a much better start than yesterday. yesterday he three-putted the first green. he just birdied it bringing him back to even par for the tournament. you got a sense yesterday he was just fighting to keep his head above water. he looked really dialed in on the range earlier today especially with his iron play so his fans and there are many of them hoping he has a better performance today. he's back in action for the first time in nine weeks after that disastrous start to 2015. earlier this week he kind of glimpsed to the future when he returned ed referred to the fact that jordan spieth was in diapers when tiger won his first masters in 1997. that young man has grown up.
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he was phenomenal shooting eight under par score yesterday. he's already birdied the second hole. he's now four strokes clear. he's a man very very much on form over the last few weeks and he's really gaining a lot of momentum here already on day two. >> all right. thanks so much. don't forget to watch cnn tomorrow 2:30 p.m. eastern for all access at augusta. a cnn bleacher report special hosted by rachel nichols here at 2:30 eastern. thank you for joining me today. i'm carol costello. "at this hour" after a break. sunday dinners at my house... it's a full day for me, and i love it. but when i started having back pain my sister had to come help. i don't like asking for help.
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