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investigating isis ties to the texas cartoon contest attack. the organization is claiming responsibility for the ambush that left two gunmen dead. did u.s.ist order that attack or just inspire it? what we're learning as the u.s. puts a bounty on four dangerous isis fighters. team coverage begins now. good morning and welcome to "early start," i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. new information about the two
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gunmen shot dead by police on sunday as they tried to attack a con contest in texas to draw cartoons of the prophet mohammed. they are probing the online activity of the gunmen to see if isis really did have a hand in the plot. justice correspondent pamela brown with the the latest. >> reporter: officials say it appears isis is being opportunistic and claiming responsibility for this attack but what is clear here according to officials is that this was more than justs a pir ralgs. this is among the concern of law enforcement of isis fighters reaching into the u.s. through social media, identifying targets and finding people to recruit. one of the gunman had been in touch with terrorists overseas. that's a big reason why the fbi reopened an investigation into
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him. just weeks before the attack, we have learned that simpson was tweeting with the terrorists in somalia aligned with al qaeda. in that tweet he said when will they ever learn, talking about the upcoming event in texas. and in response the terrorist said the brothers from "charlie hebdo" did their part. it's time for their brothers to do theirs. we have learned from law enforcement officials there were two guns found in the suspects' car. it appears they were bought legally. officials say that the suspects drove from here from their home in phoenix to texas to carry out that attack. there's still a lot of unanswered questions here, but one of the big looming questions is how did someone who was under investigation by the fbi make it all the way to texas to carry out an attack.
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also officials want to know who their associates are, if there's anyone else in the united states who communicated with the gunmen who were in their group and who may want to do something similar. >> pamela brown for us in phoenix. the family of one of the gunmen in the texas attack is speaking out. his grandmother says the other gunman simpson must have convinced soofi to commit the attack. his grandmother says he was not discriminated against and he was a good boy, real responsible and respectful. >> i don't think so because he wasn't persecuted. whoever he was with talked had him into it. >> that's how you feel about it? >>. there's no other way it would have happened. >> one of the gunmen did pledge allegiance to the isis leader but did isis have a direct role
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in. the attack or is its claim of responsibility an opportunistic play for responsibility. the state department is now offering multimillion dollar bounties for information on four top isis fighters. for the latest on that, let's bring in nick paton walsh, good morning morning. >> reporter: the leader of isis and the reward out for capturing him or information leading to that. but this announcement by the state department gives a light on to the leaders also in the cross hairs now. four key names coming pup one of the first you haven't heard too publicly in the past. that's $7 million for al qaduli. he's been to afghanistan, pakistan an 11-year track
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record. so a lot of history there. the spokesperson for isis who pops up more frequently than their leader does on recordings or statements. now she is said to be a georgiaen national. and then rose to the fourth man in isis. a leader in the syrian-iraqi border area. these rewards, it come at a time where little is known about the whereabouts. he hasn't been seen in public since last year. few statements from him and now this large amount of money replicating the increasing information and rewards offered
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during the hunt for al qaeda a decade ago underway. the key question being now exactly what is isis's strength in the field and those claims we hear around the world of lone wolf attacks being affiliated or organized by them what level of confidence can we have in those. >> you spend so much time in afghanistan and around the world. any history of these types of bounties these rewards working in a place like syria where the united states doesn't have many intelligence assets available. >> it's tough to work out when the rewards get put into play. if you're giving out secret information of the kwabts of a leader you're not going to go on tv and talk about $10 million you got for it afterwards. they are designed to be an incentive to switch over. the people who offer these tips may end up in a drone strike
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later on. but bin laden when he was caught that was analysis. these rewards are designed to put a spotlight on individuals and. make them nervous and e remind those there the resources they are willing to throw at finding these people. >> nick paton walsh, thank you so much. senate republicans nearly passing a budget. the measure calls for the dismantling of obamacare, features cuts to education he president. it will serve as a blueprint for the economic platform. rand paul and ted cruz the only two republicans to vote against it. >> you hum along to that tune? i like that.
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the senate one step closer to taking up a bill that gives congress a power to review any nuclear deal with iran. some call for new sanctions and senator marco rubio rooub want to acknowledge the right to exist, but mitch mcconnell is using procedural measures to squash those proposals. a vote is expected thursday. nuclear talks with iran resume next week. congress isn't the only hurdle for the u.s. team negotiating with iran. the u.s. and europe are trying to ensure russia and china won't veto the restoration of a u.n. sanctions against iran. if the iranians violate an agreement. they have a history of opposing automatic measures and it has become a sticking point. hillary clinton taking a stand in a path to citizenship. the former secretary of state met with young people at a high school in las vegas where 70% of the students are hispanic. she said hard working immigrants that contribute to the economy
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should not be thrown away. >> i will fight for comprehensive immigration reform and a path to citizenship for you and for your families across our country. i will fight to stop partisan attacks on the executive actions that would put dreamers including those with us today, at risk of deportation. and if congress continues to refuse to act, as president, i would do everything possible under the law to go even further. >> republican presidential hopeful carlie slamming the idea. she had choice words for the former secretary of state. >> unfortunately, i think she's pandering. i think we need to start with some basics. we need to secure the border. it hasn't been secured under
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george w. bush or barack obama. by the way, we should secure the northern border as well as the southern border. >> new poll numbers for hillary clinton on the issue of honesty come at a brand new poll. 48% believe the democratic front runner has those traits. those numbers are up in just the last six weeks despite a can scandal over her use of private e-mail servers. marco rubio came out on top when voters were asked which republican candidate they were most open to followed by jeb bush and mike huckabee. a ferry service one step closer to reality. the treasury department reportedly granting licenses to several companies to begin transporting passengers and goods between florida and havana. it's not clear when the ferries might become operational. ferries between the two
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countries ended with the cuban revolution in 1959. >>. that's about ten hours. that's a long ride. time for an "early start." stocks are up a bit from yesterday. the dow fell 142 points. the nast dak dropped 1.6%. the trade deficit is at a six-year high. oil back up to $60 a barrel. they fell below $45 earlier this year. prices have been moving up ever since. prices collapse edd because of a supply glut and weak demand that seems to be turning a corner with u.s. production falling and better than expected economic growth in europe. so really oil prices a big driver here today. baltimore's police chief, he was surprised when he heard charges six of his officers. said he had only had minutes warning before the rest of the world found out. he now speaks in an interview with cnn.
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important comments of all the controversy in baltimore. the police commissioner say that police must acknowledge that they are, in his words, part of the problem. and he says he was surprised by the charges brought against the officers involved in gray's arrest. let's get more from evan perez. >> reporter: john, in this first interview since protests broke out and six officers were arrested the baltimore police commissioner says he learned of the charges just moments before we did. >> i found out that the state attorney was going on and what she was going to present probably about ten minutes before she went on. she gave me a phone call and told me what she was about to do and she was going on live. she told me what the charges were. >> what were your first words
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when you heard that? >> i don't want to get. into that so much. i can can say i was probably surprised by the information that i heard. i think that the state's attorney was very focused on being independent in this particular investigation and she didn't want to be seen connected to the police organization, so the communication was limited as compared to what i'm used to. >> reporter: the commissioner says one of his top priorities now is improving his relationship between his department and the community and the reputation of his officers. >> there's a lack of trust within this community, period bottom line. that's going to take healing. that's going to take us acknowledging as a police department not just here in. baltimore but law enforcement as a whole that we have been part of the problem. out of trying to be part of the solution, we have become part of the problem. when we acknowledge that and understand we can start to heal. the community needs to hear that. the community needs to hear from us that we see that we haven't been part of the solution and
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that we have to now evolve. >> john while it's clear that the commissioner has to rebuild trust with this community, it's left to be seen how the state prosecutor and the police rebuild the trust that they need to work together. >> all right, thank you. one of the police officers facing charges in the death of freddie gray is challenging the prosecutor in court. officer nero claimed the knife gray was carrying was illegal. contrary to what the attorney has said. his lawyers are demanding to see the knife. the evidence we have collected can cannot ethically be disclosed or released to the public before trial. as i previously indicated, i condemn anyone in law enforcement who continues to leak information prior to the resolution of the case. these unethical disclosures are only damaging our ability to conduct a fair process. >> the nature of the knife is a big deal because officers face
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false imprisment charges. if it was not an illegal charge -- >> it was the basis of the arrest in. the first place. loretta lynch is the highest level federal official. she met with members of the gray family as well as police community leaders and officials including the mayor. the mayor stressed the need for action. >> we cannot afford to fail. i believe that the relationship between the police and the community is like a marriage. divorce is not an option. we have to figure out how we're going to make this marriage work, make it healthy, and make it thrive so our city can can thrive. >> what i heard here today is how all of the people in baltimore, every group mentioned, is committed to making that better. and by that i mean both
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community and police alike. i was able to meet with mr. gray's family this morning. it was a privilege to do so to and to express my condolences to them for their loss. and our hearts do go out to them. >> the justice department is investigating the arrest and his fatal injury while in police custody. surveillance planes were flown over the riots in baltimore. police requested aerial support using infrared technology to monitor movements in the city. the aclu is questioning whether that operation was legal. the fbi is not commenting. prince plans to hold a a mother's day concert in baltimore. he's asking can everyone attending the rally to wear the color gray. the concert promoter says several music industry superstars will also be there in addition to prince. prince just recorded a protest
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the penalty phase of the dzhokhar tsarnaev trial resume this is morning with the defense nearing the end of its case. on tuesday the focus was on the
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tsarnaev family dysfunction. a psychiatrist testified that the father suffered from ptsd. and jurors were told about the power given to older brothers. defense lawyers are trying to spare the marathon bomber from the death penalty by showing he was controlled by his older brother tamerlan tsarnaev. the person accused of killing hannah graham now faces capital murder charges. they unsealed a new indictment against jesse matthew. hannah graham was last seen with matthew before she disappeared back in september. her remains were found. water restrictions now in place in california. state officials approving a measure that requires cities to cut water usage by 36%. the california's water control board lacks the staff to enforce the restrictions. it's not clear how they plan to
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punish offenders. governor brown is backing the fines up to $10,000. >> proof you're trying to help the cause. floyd may weather says bring it on. he tells espn that he is willing to give pacquiao a rematch. he suffered a torn rotator cuff while training for the fight. there's a lot of controversy going on here. he will be operated on this week. surgery is not the only issue. pacquiao now faces lawsuits and a possible suspension from the nevada boxing officials for failing to disclose his injury prior to the fight. >> there's a question who e he says he did disclose it but not. until right before the fight. how involved was isis in the attack on a controversial cartoon contest in texas? new information about the gunmen gunmen, who they were communicating with, that's after the break.
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did isis order the shooting or the gunmen act ago loan? we have new information on this attack as the united states targets four key isis leaders. we have team coverage breaking down this big story, now. welcome back to "early start," i'm john berman. >> and i'm christine romans it's 30 minutes past the hour. new information about the gunmen shot dead by police as they
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tried to attack a contest in texas. a contest to draw a cartoon of the prophet mohammed. they said it's too soon to link isis to that attack. they are probing the online activity of the gunmen to see if isis really did have a hand in this plot. justice correspondent pamela brown has the latest from phoenix. >> reporter: john and christine, officials say it appears riegts now isis is being opportunistic and claiming responsibility for this attack but what is clear here according to officials is that this was more than just aspirational. this is reflective of the concern among law enforcement of isis fighters reaching into the u.s. through social media, identifying targets and finding people to recruit. in fact, we know one of the gunman have been in touch with terrorists overseas. that's a big reason why the fbi reopened an investigation into him and just weeks before the
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attack we have learned that simpson was tweeting with the terrorist in somalia who is aligned with al qaeda. in that tweet he said when will they ever learn talking about the upcoming event in texas. and in response the terrorists said the brothers from "charlie hebdo" did their part. it's time for brothers in the u.s. to do theirs. we are also learning more about the investigation and the time line. we have learned from law enforcement officials that there were two longs guns and four handguns found in the suspects' car and those weapons were bought legally. also officials say that the suspects drove from here from their home in phoenix to texas to carry out that attack. there's still a lot of unanswered questions here but one of the big looming questions is how did someone who was under investigation by the fbi make it all the way to texas to carry out an attack. also officials want to know who their associates are if there's
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anyone else in the united states who communicated with the gunmen, who were in their group and may want to do something similar. >> thanks to pamela brown for that report. the family of one of the gunman is now speaking out. soofi's grandmother. says the other gunman must have convinced soofi to participate in the attack. his pakistani father, who raised him as a muslim on his mother's side, was not discriminated against for his religion and he was a good boy, responsible and respectful. >> did he have a problem with how things were going in the united states? did he feel like muslim people were persecuted? >> no i don't think so because e he wasn't persecuted. whoever he was with talked him into it. >> that's how you feel about it? >> there's no other way it would have happened. >> it's unknown whether isis had direct involvement in that texas
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attack. it only took a tweet from one of the gunman pledging allegiance to isis leader for isis to claim responsibility for the attack. that's the same tactic isis priestly used to claim wins in libya and sydney. the u.s. putting a price tag on that success. the state department offering multimillion dollar bounties for information on four top isis fighters. i want to bring in nick paton walsh, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, we have known about the isis leader having a $10 million price on his head but just after this claim from isis about the texas attacks came out yesterday, they put out four new rewards for what they seem to believe. are four key leaders within isis. now the most amount of money, $7 million, offered for a man that isn't that often heard in the
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public. now he has been part of extremist circles since 2004 when he joined al qaeda. he's been to afghanistan, pakistan worked in al qaeda in iraq during the iraqi insurgency but has rizen in the ranks in isis. then two other figures for information information, better known in the public eye, isis's spokesperson, often the public voice of that network. and a man known as omar he's a georgiaen national who joined the movement quite early on rose in extremist ranks and became a key figure in isis. so this perhaps a window on to the key leaders that the u.s. want to try and neutralize and also coming at a time when little has been heard for quite
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awhile. but the key question investigators will be asking frankly to establish almost the old fashioned terror network model, any of these key leaders know about garland before it happened. back to you. >> nick thank you for that. senate republicans narrowly passing a budget plan that would eliminate the deficit. it calls for the dismantling of obamacare and features deep cuts to education funding and other domestic programs. those cuts equal about $5.3 trillion over the next ten years. the budget proposal will not be sent to the president. instead it serves as blueprint for the republicans economic plat tomorrow. they would have to pass budget measures which they have not shown to do. ted cruz and rand paul are the only to vote against it. the senate took one step closer to taking up a bill that gives congress a power to review
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any nuclear deal with iran. they called for it to include sanctions against iranians and marco rubio wants to require leaders to acknowledge israel's right to exist. mitch mcconnell is using procedural measures to squash those proposals. a vote now expected thursday. nuclear talks with iran resume next week. congress not the only hurdle for the u.s. team negotiating with iran. the united states and europe are trying to ensure that russia and china will not veto the sanctions if they violate the agreement. moscow and beijing have a history of opposing measures. it's become a sticking point. hillary clinton taking a strong stand in a favor of a path to citizenship. she met with young people at a high school where 70% of the students are hispanic. hard working immigrants who contribute to the economy should not be. thrown away. >> i will fight for
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comprehensive immigration reform and a path to citizenship for you and for your families across our country. i will fight to stop partisan attacks on the executive actions that would put dreamers including those with us today, at risk for deportation. and if congress continues to refuse to act, as president, i would do everything possible under the law to go even further. >> point and counterpoint carlie is slamming hillary clinton clinton's call for a full path to citizenship. the former head of hewlett-packard insists it's not fair to immigrants who played by the rules and she had choice words for the former secretary of state. >> unfortunately i think she's pandering. we need to start with some basics. we need to secure the border. hasn't been secured. it needs to be secured because
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the problem keeps getting worse. if we don't secure it we should secure the northern border as well as the southern border. >> hillary clinton is holding her own when it comes to honesty. a "new york times" poll shows 48% believe the democratic front runner has those traits. those numbers are up in the last six weeks. marco rubio came out on top of which republican candidate they were most open to. followed by jeb bush and hooik huckabee. ferry service one step closer to become. ing reality. the treasury department granted license licenses to begin transporting passengers and goods between florida and havana. the cuban government is not commenting. it's not clear when the ferries might become operational if the cuban government is on board. ferries between the two countries ended with the revolution in the 1950s. it's like a ten-hour trip.
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they are considering an overnight ferry. >> an overnight ferry. you get on board in miami and wake up in havana. oil prices are rising. it's the highst price so far. prices have collapsed since last summer. they were down to $45 earlier this year because of a supply glut and weak demand. that may be over. evidence that production is slowing in the u.s. does that mean the end to cheap gas prices? the average is $2.64. that's up a quarter from a month ago. but remember gas is still $1 cheaper than this time last year. one thing that's interesting is saudi arabia has been raising prices it's charging customers. part of this has to do with saudi arabia trying to raise the price. so it's been really interesting. baltimore's top cop surprised and in the dark when six of his officers were charged
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in freddie gray's death. what else he told cnn as one of the accused, one of those cops challenges the allegations, that's next.
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important comments from a man in baltimore. after the death of freddie gray and all the unrest that engulfed that city the police commissioner says that police must acknowledge that they are, in his words, part of the problem. he says had he was surprised by
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the charges brought against the officers involved in gray's arrest. let's get more from evan perez. >> reporter: in his first interview since protests broke out and six officers were arrested baltimore police commissioner says he learned of the charges just moments before we did. >> i found out that the state attorney was going on and what she was going to present probably ten minutes before she went on she gave me a phone call of what she was about to do. she told me what the charges were. >> what were your first words out of your mouth when you heard that? >> i don't want to get. into that so much. i can say i was probably surprised by. the information that i heard. i think that the state's attorney was very focused on being independent in this particular investigation and she didn't want to be seen connected to the police organization, so
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the communication was limited as compared to what i'm used to. >> reporter: the commissioner says one of his top priorities now is improveing his relationship between his department and the community and the reputation of his officers. >> there's a lack of trust within this community, period bottom line. that's going to take healing. that's going to take us ak acknowledging as a police department not just here in baltimore, but law enforcement as a whole, that we have been part of the problem. rather than being the solution, we have become part of the problem. when we understand we can start to heal. . the community needs to hear from us that we see that we haven't been part of the solution and that we have to now evolve. >> reporter: while it's clear that the commissioner has to rebuild trust with this community, it's left to be seen how the state prosecutor and the police rebuild the trust that they need to work together. >> evan thank you so much. one of the six baltimore. police officers facing charges in the death of freddie gray is
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challenging the prosecutor in court. officer nero claims the knife gray was carrying was illegal contrary to what the states attorney has said. his lawyers are demanding to see the knife. moz by responded saying the evidence we collected cannot be disclosed, relayed or released to the public before trial. as i have previously indicated, i strongly condemn anyone in law enforcement with access to trial evidence who has or continues to leak information prior to the resolution of this case. these unethical disclosures are only damaging our ability to conduct a fair process. she said in her statement that it was not a switchblade and the knife was legal. >> that's why some of the charges are for false imprisonment. >> there was no cause to arrest freddie gray to begin with. >> they didn't know he had the knife until after they apprehended him. >> he started running, which the
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supreme court has said is within their bounds. one thas caught up with him, they arrested him because he was carrying a knife. they say that was illegal. the new attorney general loretta lynch met with members of the gray family as well as police community leaders and city officials including the mayor, who stressed the need for action. >> we cannot afford to fail. i believe that the relationship between the police in the community, it's like a marriage and separation is not an option. divorce is not an option. we have to figure out how we're going to make this marriage work, make it healthy and make it thrive so our city can thrive. >> what i heard here today is how all the people of baltimore and certainly everyone with whom i was privileged to meet is committed to making that better. and by that i mean both community and police alike. i was able to meet with mr. gray. 's family this morning. it was a privilege to do so.
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and to express my condolences with them for their loss. and our hearts do go out to them. >> the justice department is investigating the arrest of freddie gray and his fatal injury while in police custody. the fbi flew surveillance planes over the scenes of the riots. officials tell "the washington post" that police requested the flights from the fbi r for aerial support using infrared technology to monitor movements in. the city. they are questioning whether the operation was legal. the fbi is not commenting. secretary of state john kerry tackling terrorism in eastern africa making a surprise historic visit to somalia. we're live, next.
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this morning secretary of state john kerry is visiting the east african nation after a one-day trip to somalia. a trip that may have the first american secretary of state to visit somalia. it was a high security event kept secret until kerry was actually on the ground there. even so john kerry praised the improving security situation in somalia. cnn is in kenya with the latest. >> reporter: it was kept secret until the very last minute.
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and there was some questions. he was only on the ground for about three and a half hours. there was some questions over whether his visit was symbolic or whether it will have some impact. monitoring these events for the past few months, we have seen incremental changes coming from the state department towards u.s.-somalia relations. they have a new ambassador who if she gets confirmed will be the first u.s. ambassador to somalia since 1991. it's really a change from the horrific images of black hawk down soldiers being dragged through the streets to suddenly having a very high profile visit like john kerry's. he spoke to somali leaders and basically said we're here for you through this peace-building process and we're working with the african union to make somalia safe. >> there's a key u.s. base
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there. will the secretary be visiting? >> reporter: yes, it's the only permanent u.s. base on the continent. it is a key base it's been there for about ten years. and there's all sorts of things going on. it was kept quite secret but they have become more open about the goings on. we got. to visit it last year and some of the things going on there they have special operations launched out of there helping uganda and countries in east africa. they are also launching operations into somalia. they have a a response force that will be the military response if something happens to the ambassador. and they also are looking
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strategically at the entire horn. i want to read a quote from the commander of the horn of africa task force. he says, we sit here, we're able to help our east african partners and to neutralize violent extremists but also looking north into the arabian peninsula. obviously, yemen a crucial period with so many refugees with the fighting going on there at the moment. 55 minutes past the hour. is retirement as we know it a a thing of the past? the harsh reality about how long we may have to work. come back, i'll tell you about that next.
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i'm christine romans. let's get an early start on your money this wednesday morning. u.s. stock futures are higher. a reversal from yesterday when the dow fell 142 points. the nasdaq it lost 1.6%. why? well the trade deficit is at a six-year high thanks to a strengthening dollar. and oil prices are climbing above $60 a barrel right now for the first time since december. oil prices collapsed because of oversupply. but they've been creeping up steadily since march. sheryl sandberg posting a moving tribute to her husband, her late husband, on facebook. last night after a memorial service, the facebook executive called dave goldberg her rock. she said quote, we had 11 truly joyful years of the deepest love happiest marriage and truest partnership that i could imagine. the 47-year-old ceo of
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surveymonkey died friday after falling on the treadmill while on vacation in mexico. just a sad story. we wish sheryl sandberg and her family only the best. traditional retirement may be a thing of the past. according to a new study 82% of people aged 60 and older said they plan on working past the age of 65. 52% of that group plans to work while in retirement. positive thing here though millennials are actually saving for retirement. the study found 67% of workers in their 20s have stashed away some money already. and that is really important. because for millennials, time is the most important factor in how they're going to end up building weather and prosperity. time is on their side. that's the magic ingredient for them. good to see millennials are saving. bad to see you're going to have to work until you're 112. but other than that. >> early start continues right now.

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