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is full contact campaigning. they have been going after each other and after the president as well following the president's most pointed remarks yet about the republican field. i'll tell you what they said coming up. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. it is tuesday, july 28th. christine romans is off today. developing this morning, the search for two boys from jupiter, florida lost at sea is focusing 60 miles off the coast of jacksonville. the area to the size of indiana. coast guard officials are searching for the two boys for 72 hours now night and day. they are not giving up hope and neither are the boys mothers. they spoke to anderson cooper. >> both boys are comfortable on the water. they are avid fishermen and avid swimmers. they are extremely athletic and
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very skilled and knowledgeable about being on the water. which is one of the reasons why this search and rescue has maintained the force it has because there is such strong belief that they will be rescued and found very soon. >> let's get the latest on the search from cnn's martin savidge in florida. >> reporter: good morning, john. the coast guard says there is actually reason to have the hope. they say they are aggressively searching, but two, given the weather conditions out there in the atlantic that they are seeing it is possible that a person in the water could survive for four to five days. this would be day four. one troubling factor is of course their boat was found upside down and they weren't with it. we don't know how it got upside down or when it happened. the authorities say that they sent a rescue swimmer down to
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investigate. one of the things he noted of the vessel is the engine cover of the outboard was off. could that indicate they had a mechanical break down? later that afternoon on friday severe storms went by which on land may not seem that bad, but in a small boat on water, that could be very bad. then also the finding of the boat. the coast guard says there is good and bad to that. the bad is the fact you did not find the two young men with it. the good is it gives them a good search area and they can extrapolate by currents and drifts. the bad is it is harder to find a person in the water than a boat. there is still reason to hope. >> martin thank you. happening now, president obama is in the final hours of the trip to africa. a trip focused on the fight of terrorism and fight for human
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rights. president obama is under fire for ignoring ethiopian human rights. the president praised the democratically elected government although the elections have concerns over the integrity. cnn's robyn kreil joins us from addis ababa. >> reporter: good morning, john. the president's language has been noted by several well known east african writers. careful with dealing with the prime minister and issues of human rights. he was saying in kenya where he came out swinging against corruption and gay rights and other controversial issues that he was outspoken about, but picking his language carefully of human rights.
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it came under criticism for the jailing of journalists and locking up a number of opposition leaders in the past. president obama is due to address the africa union this afternoon. first sitting u.s. president expected to touch on issues such as terrorism, particularly here in east africa. praising the efforts of the countries of kenya and uganda and ethiopia in fighting the a.u. force in fighting the al shabaab. he will of course touch on the issues of south sudan. leaders met with president obama yesterday where he spoke frankly. particularly to countries of uganda and neighboring sudan saying their actions are hindering and not helping the peace process stating the deal needs to be reached between the warring parties by the 17th of
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august. it if that doesn't happen strict actions will be taken. >> robyn, thank you. president obama took time in ethiopia to slam two republican whose want his job. donald trump calling him a disaster and mike huckabee accusing him of marching the israelis to the door of the oven. >> the particular comments of mr. huckabee are i think part of just a general pattern we have seen that is -- would be considered ridiculous if it weren't so sad. when you get rhetoric like this maybe it gets attention and maybe this is just an effort to push mr. trump out of the
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headlines. but it's not the kind of leadership that is needed for america right now. >> mike huckabee not packing down. reissued his warning that the nuclear deal with iran could lead to israel's demise. >> three times i have been to auschwitz. i talked about the oven door. i have stood at the oven door. i know what it looks like. 1.1 million people killed. for 6,000 years jews have been chased and hunted all over the earth. when someone in government says we are going to kill them. we better take that seriously. >> donald trump used the opportunity to continue to advance his views that the nuclear deal with iran and the president are bad for america. >> he's probably the worst president in the history of our country. he's a very divisive person which is why he brings this stuff up. he should have devoted more time to working on a good nuclear deal with iran instead of what
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he's doing because he is just a disaster for our country. >> at 10:00, john kerry and jacob lew and earnest moniz will testify ahead of the foreign affair committee. the house committee on benghazi postponed a hearing. the new documents will be released which are 5,000 pages of e-mails from hillary clinton's staff. the chairman of the benghazi committee warns if the documents are anemic he will schedule a compliance hearing. new developments in the death of sandra bland. the prosecutor announced the investigators will come in to review the case before it goes to a grand jury. the california teenager in
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custody today after an 8-year-old girl was found dead. the girl was found in the apartment building's dumbpster in the complex. in medford, massachusetts, a 30-year veteran of the police force, a detective placed on leave for threatening to shoot a motorist in the head. motorist identified as "michael" happened to have his camera on the dashboard when the detective pulled him over sunday night for driving the wrong way through a traffic circle. at first michael tried to back away because the detective was not in uniform. >> i didn't know you were a cop. >> i'll put a hole through your head. pull over. >> okay. >> you're lucky i'm a cop. i would have beaten the [ bleep ] out of you. give me your license. >> i also have a dash camera. >> it was nerve wracking when
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someone is like i'll shoot you. digging for his gun. that's a bit extreme. >> medford police chief calls the actions troubling. a woman in west virginia who killed her attacker in self defense may have inadvertently led police to a serial killer. police suspect neil falz a killer in several states. the woman tells police she fought him off. >> when he strangled me he just wouldn't let me get any air. when he laid the gun down to get the rake out of my hands, i shot him. i knew he was there to kill me. i could tell he had already done something because he said he was going to prison for a long time. >> police say evidence found in his car included a so-called kill kit which could link him to a string of murders. it is now official. the boy scouts of america lifted the ban on the gay adult leaders
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and employees. it is drawing criticism from the church of latter day saints says it might leave the organization. in a statement, the church says it is troubled by the policy change despite the compromise to allow religious groups to set their own policies. a brutal fall in trading yesterday. the shanghai fell 8.5% yesterday. government regulators tried to shore up the market. let's get the latest on the situation today with andrew stevens in hong kong. >> good morning. john. calmer today. the market was down but down 1.7%. if you look here at the market, you see the dogleg. that is the market continuing to fall. this set alarm bells off. biggest fall in about eight years or so.
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the question still bubbling a bit as to why the market fell steeply. chinese regulators coming out today, john saying they are looking at malicious stock trading. pointing the finger at someone trying to deliberately push the market down. they also set up a hotline for anyone to report any suspicious activities. if you look at this it looks more like the fact that if you take from the bottom of the market route a couple weeks ago. that is when the chinese regulators stepped in and put a floor under the fall. the market went up 16% until monday. a lot of people telling me what happened is the regulators stepped back on monday after the big rise over three weeks, they thought maybe the market is stablizing. we don't have to do so many stop measures to keep it up. they took their hands off the wheel, if you like and the
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sellers moved back in. there is volatility. the floor hasn't been established. expect more over the weeks to come. >> andrew for us in hong kong. what is the impact on the u.s. market? alison kosik has that. >> it could be a big day on wall street. u.s. stock futures are higher. shaking off the turbulence in china. that wasn't the case yesterday when the dow reacted to china. stocks have dipped for five days in a row. the worst losing streak since january. investors are worried about the health of the global economy and looming interest rate hike. the fed reserve two-day meeting happens today. the rate hike is coming. low rates have been key to the bull markets long run. we will get a closer look at the health of corporate america with
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earnings from twitter and ford and pfizer. we are keeping an eye on oil prices. crude oil is above $47 a barrel right now. that is in reaction to the china slowing growth and supply glut. drivers are reaping rewards. >> you look at how much it recovered from march. it is back down to that territory. a serious burst of heat in the northeast. it will get worst. let's get to meteorologist ivan cabrera with more. >> john, the heat continues to build. the humidity as well. we are talking about temperatures in the 90s. it will feel like the 100s. little rock 108. memphis, 108. 100 in atlanta and birmingham. look at new york. into the low 90s. that is how it will feel as the heat continues to build. temperatures by wednesday into the mid-90s. we go back the other direction which is where we want to go. temperatures in the middle 80s
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this time of year. the capital in the low 90s with hot temperatures. we are getting into august and it will be hot. specifically for new york over the next few days. temperatures extended heat wave here into the 90s. dipping in the low 90s. still above average for this time of year. there will be no showers or thunderstorms to cool us off. it will be a long stretch of hot weather. john. >> thanks ivan. nato now in an extraordinary session discussing the battle against isis. we will bring you to those meetings next. nervous whitening will damage your teeth? introducing listerine® healthy white™. it not only safely whitens teeth... ...but also restores enamel. lose the nerves and get a healthier whiter smile that you'll love.
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first time turkey is taking the fight. at the top of the agenda the establishment of the so-called safe zone inside syria. cnn's jomana karadsheh monitoring the talks for us. good morning, jomana. >> reporter: good morning, john. we're not really expecting to see any sort of military action or military decisions to come out of nato meeting that was convened under article 4 of the washington treaty of nato. this is called for when a member feels their security is under they or territory is under threat. in this case we would expect turkey to be discussing its recent moves and actions it is taking that we have seen over the past few days and also consulting with other nato members. really here john topping the list would be the discussion of what turkey is calling for for some time. as you mentioned the safe zone.
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the safe zone it wants to see established inside northern syria along the turkish border. the 60--mile stretch still controlled by isis that turkey wants to see cleared of isis. they want to create the buffer zone to protect it from isis and from other militant dploupgroups. we know the united states has been discussing this with turkey and also expecting that to come up today in the nato meetings. lots of questions, complexities of how the idea and plan could be implemented and what ground troops would be there to protect this safe zone knowing that we will have coalition aircraft most likely patrolling the skies for the safe zone. how deep into northern syria would go. we heard the turkish prime
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minister speaking to our christiane amanpour about this. also mentioning something we have heard turkey reiterate over and over again over the years saying that the reason we have seen isis become such a problem, the rise of the group flameblaming it on the inaction when it comes to overthrowing the assad regime saying this is the product of the syrian crisis. >> jomana karadsheh, thank you. nato discussing isis. thank you, jomana. the arizona cardinals hire the first female coach in nfl history. andy scholes has latest in the bleacher report next. i momm but it's time to let the new kitchen get some sleep. if you want beautiful results, you know where to go - angie's list. now everyone can get highly rated service even without a membership. you can shop special offers or just tell us what you need and we'll help you find a local company to take care of it. angie's list is there for all your projects,
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with nfl training camp under way, the arizona cardinals are hiring the first female coach in the league. andy scholes has the bleacher report. >> we saw the first woman coach the summer league in the nba and now we see a female coach in the nfl. cardinals announceing jen welter as the female coaching intern. she will work with the linebackers. welter has been a trailblazer. she was the first woman to play a non kicking position on a men's pro team playing running back for the texas revolution of the indoor football league. she was the first female coach
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in the men's professional football league when hired with the team. welter expressing her appreciation saying she is honored to be part of the team and gave a shout out to bruce arians. at happy birthday alex rodriguez. he celebrated in style. a-rod, just the fourth player ever to hit a home run in the majors for his team and then turning 40 years old. a big trade overnight. the colorado rockies are sending all star shortstop troy tulowitzki in exchange for jose reyes. they trail the yankees by seven games in the a.l. east. the u.s. olympic committee is looking for a few good cities to bid for the 2024 summer
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olympic games now that boston has withdrawn. boston had been the candidate, but pulled the plug on its bid monday. mayor marty walsh declined to sign the contract to make boston responsible for olympic cost overruns. los angeles is expressing interest in taking boston's place. the astros and taylor swift have agreed to move her concert up to september 9th to avoid a possible conflict with a post season game. before the season, no one was worried about the october date because of how bad the season was. if the season ended today, the astros would get a wild card spot. as an astros fan, john i'm worried this will jinx the team. we have to move the concert because we're going to the post season and the season will go down in flames.
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new overnight, the search for two missing teens off the florida coast growing in size
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and scope. the new resources now in the search. the zone has grown to almost 40,000 square miles. we will hear why the parents are holding out hope. the president with last minute business before leaving ethiopia. what did he say about the host country that could sour the historic trip? we have a live report coming up. the race for president. these two men lashing out against the president. some candidates lashing out against each other. a dramatic race to get on the debate stage. we'll tell you what they had to say. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. christine romans is off today. developing this morning, the search for two 14-year-old boys from jupiter, florida, lost at sea is focusing 60 miles off the coast of jacksonville and nearing the size of indiana. crews have been searching for the boys for 72 hours now night
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apparent and day. the parents are not giving up hope. >> both boys are comfortable in the water. we said they are just as comfortable on a boat and on the water as they are on land. they are avid fishermen and avid swimmers. they are athletic and skilled and knowledgeable about being on the water which is one of the reasons why this search and rescue has maintained the force it has because there is such strong belief they will be rescued and found soon. >> let's get the latest in the search from cnn's martin savage in florida. >> reporter: the coast guard actually says there is actually reason to have that hope. they say, one, aggressively searching and two, given the weather conditions out there in the atlantic that they are
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seeing it is possible a person in the water could survive four to five days. this would be day four. one troubling factor is the boat was found upside down and they were not with it. weapon don't know we don't know how it got upside down. one of the things the swimming investigator noticed the engine cover was off. did they have engine failure? and there were storms that were out in the water. when you are on a small boat, that could be bad. also the finding of the boat itself. the coast guard says there is good and bad about that. you did not find the two young men with it but it gives you an area to search.
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the bad news it is harder to find a person in the water than it is to find a boat. again, back to what i started with. there is still reason to hope. happening now, president obama in the final hours of the trip to africa. the trip focusing on the fight against terrorism and for human rights. the president is coming under fire for ignoring the human rights issues there. the president has his aides express concern about the integrity of the elections. this morning president obama is the first sitting u.s. president to speak before the african union. we have robyn kreil in addis ababa with more. >> reporter: there is no doubt the issues of human rights is on the president's agenda despite
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he had tempered words about the democratically elected government of ethiopia. many human rights groups criticizing the visit. by visiting he was criticizing the government which has been criticized for the lack of freedom of speech. locking up opposition members and accusing them of terrorism. sawing he was legitimizing it with his visit. something interesting that has popped up as a result of the address is the fact that the president mugawi was absent from the african summit held in the united states. he was not invited according to president obama's white house team. we believe he will not be there
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today because of his decisions to govern his country in the way he has according to the white house as well as sanctions that the united states and other countries have had on zimbabwe for a number of years. >> robyn, thank you. president obama took time in ethiopia to slap twom two republicans who want his job. donald trump and mike huckabee. the president fired back. >> the particular comments of mr. huckabee are i think part of just a general pattern we have seen that is -- would be considered ridiculous if it weren't so sad. when you get rhetoric like this maybe it gets attention and maybe this is just an effort to
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push mr. trump out of the headlines. but it's not the kind of leadership that is needed for america right now. >> mike huckabee not backing down. the former governor reissued his warning that this could lead to israel's demise. >> three times i have been to auschwitz. i have stood at that oven door. i know exactly what it looks like. 1.1 million people killed. for 6,000 years, jews have been chased and hunted and killed all over this earth. when someone in government says we're going to kill them we should take that seriously. >> donald trump advanced his view that the iran nuclear deal and the president are in his opinion bad for america. >> he's probably the worst president in the history of our country. he's a very divisive person which is why he brings this stuff up. he should have devoted more time to working on a good nuclear
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deal with iran instead of what he's doing. he's just a disaster for our country. >> this morning at 10:00, john kerry and jacob lew and earnest moniz will testify about the iran deal in front of congress. a nato session called by turkey to discuss steps in the fight with isis as well as other security threats along turkey's border. for the first time turkey has even entered the fight. at the top of the agenda the establishment of the so-called safe zone to protect refugees from isis. the 60-mile long area would be patrolled by turkey and the united states. in massachusetts, a 30-year veteran has been placed on leave for threatening to shoot a
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motorist in the head. the motorist "michael" had a dash camera. michael says he tried to back away because the detective was not in uniform. >> i didn't know you were a cop. >> i'll put a hole through your head. pull over. >> okay. >> you're lucky i'm a cop. i'll beat the [ bleep ] out of you right now. give me your license. >> i have a dash camera. >> it was nerve wracking when someone is like i'm going to shoot you. digging for his gun. that's a bit extreme. >> i want to let you know i have a dash camera. the police chief calls the actions troubling. a california teenager in custody after a missing girl found dead. madison middleton was spotted on sunday rider her scooter near
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the apartment building. her body was found in a dumpster inside the complex on monday. the 15-year-old suspect also lived there. joyce mitchell due in court today. the former dannemora prison employee will be arraigned for helping matt richard and david sweat escape. tune in tonight for a special cnn report "the great prison escape." it investigates how this went down. it airs tonight at 9:00 eastern only on cnn. it is time now for an early start on your money. alison kosik is here with that. >> good morning. in china, a rough one. stocks falling more this morning. shanghai's index falling 1.7% today. that follows 8.5% plunge yesterday. the worst drop since 2007. we watched chinese stocks tumble
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wiping out trillions of dollars. we have seen the effect of that and oil where prices also fell. for today, other markets are shaking it off. european stocks up a bit and so are u.s. stock futures. that could be the end of the five-day losing streak for u.s. stocks. according to the wall street journal, the obama administration will reinstate pell grants for prisoners. this is an experiment to see if convicts can be prevented from returning to prison repeatedly. prison population has grown in the last few decades. this is a second chance for them to try to get a better education to not go back. >> part of the serious justice reform. thanks. a serious burst of heat moving to the northeast and it's
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going to get worse. let's get to meteorologist ivan cabrera with more. >> the heat continues to build. john we will talk about temperatures in the 90s for an extended period. washington new york boston into the upper 80s to 90. the humidity will make it feel hotter over the next few days. the 90s continue into the weekend. there will be no relief in sight. a big deal. further south and west we have the heat warnings in effect. kansas city and st. louis. the temperatures will feel like 105 to as high as 115 as you factor in the humidity. we will watch that closely. look at dallas. you have been to the 100s. right through the end of the week here, that will be brutal stuff. again, we talk about temperatures that approach the levels with heat warnings in effect. we are tracking storms. damaging wind potential. large hail and isolated tornadoes up to iowa and minneapolis and into portions of
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international falls. we will watch the storms as they build this afternoon. john. ivan thank you. a woman shoots and kills her attacker in west virginia but did she do police a favor and help them solve several cold cases? this is a strange story. we will tell you to you next. hey, you forgot the milk! that's lactaid. right. 100% real milk just without the lactose. so you can drink all you want... ...with no discomfort? exactly. here, try some... mmm, it is real milk. see? delicious. hoof bump! oh. right here girl, boom. lactaid®. 100% real milk. no discomfort. and for a creamy and delicious treat, try lactaid® ice cream.
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a woman in west virginia who killed her attacker in self defense may have inadvertently
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led police to a serial killer. neil falz may be connected to murders in several states. the woman fought him off and grabbed his gun and fired the fatal shots. >> he strangled me and would not let me get any air. he put the gun down to get the rake out of my hands and i shot him. i could tell he had done something bad. he said he was going to prison for a long time. >> police say evidence in his car could link him to a string of murders in other states. let's see what is coming up on "new day." alisyn camerota joins us. >> hello, john. the search for the two teenager boys off the coast of florida continues at the hour. we will talk with three people lost at sea for 20 hours earlier this month. they had to fight off sharks but they survived. how did they do it? also planned parenthood on
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defensive after videos appear to show leaders negotiating the sale of fetal tissue. a top executive at planned parenthood talks about this this morning. all this and more at the top of the hour. >> i look forward to that. thanks. $1 million in gold found in a shipwreck 300 years old. who tracked it down and where? find out next. many wrinkle creams come with high hopes, but hope... doesn't work on wrinkles. clinically proven neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair with the fastest retinol formula available, it works on fine lines and even deep wrinkles. you'll see younger looking skin in just one week. stop hoping for results, and start seeing them. rapid wrinkle repair... ...and for dark spots rapid tone repair. from neutrogena®. so what i'm saying is, people like options.
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it is now official. the boy scouts of america lifted the ban on openly gay scout leaders and employees. reaction is pouring in. it is drawing resistance. especially from the church of the latter day saint. the organization may leave the boy scouts. they say it is deeply troubled by the policy change even with the religious policy issues. and new york's laguardia is the worst in america. joe biden compared it to a third world country. now it is getting a makeover.
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governor cuomo announced a $4 billion plan to redesign laguardia. it will break ground next year with a complexepletion date set for 2020. the u.s. olympic committee is looking for a few good cities now boston has withdrawn. it pulled the plug on the bid monday. mayor marty walsh declined to sign the contract to would make boston responsible for the cost overruns. runner up los angeles expressed interest in taking boston's place. the cardinals are breaking new ground hiring the first female to the staff. jen welter is announced as a training coach intern. welter said she is honored to be part of the team and gave thanks to head coach bruce arians. there is gold in the waters
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welcome back. let's get an early start on your money. i'm alison kosik. rough day for stocks in china.
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tumbling more this morning. shanghai's index falling 1.7% today. that follows 8.5% plunge yesterday. worst drop since 2007. right now, it looks like other markets are shrugging it off. yesterday, the dow fell 128 points. stocks dipped for five days in a row on concerns of growth and looming interest rate hike. the typical american family is poorer than 20 years ago. median family wealth is a 5% decline since 1989. income stagnated. middle class is struggling with the rising costs. everyone has gotten wealthier, but the diversity of the population is causing the median wealth to fall. a big wealth gap with whites on top. a desperate search picking up steam for two teens off the florida coast.
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"new day" starts now. search began on the sea and in the air. the two 14-year-olds remain missing. >> in warm water, you can survive for a few days. >> i want him home. >> this is about our children. president obama's approval remains steady but voters have a problem with one issue. >> i'm tired of watching these all talk no action politicians. >> full contact campaigning. >> the name calling from all sides needs to stop. >> this is not the way we win elections. >> we are creating a culture that is not conducive to good policy or politics. ten rounds went off. >> survivors of the lafayette shooting speaking out. >> i screamed to everybody he's reloading. get the hell out of here now. this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota.
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good morning, everyone. it is tuesday, july 28 6:00 in the east. chris is on assignment john berman joins us. the search continues for two florida teenagers lost at sea. the two 14-year-old missing since friday afternoon when they set out on a routine fishing trip. their vote found capsized with a single life jacket found on board. is u.s. navy and other agencies joining the coast guard. they are searching an area the size of indiana in hopes they find the two young boys alive. we are live in jupiter florida with the latest on the efforts this morning. >> reporter: good morning, michaela. the search for the missing boys is anything but easy. they are vowing to continue to search for them. the families are hopeful and praying for a miracle.

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