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this week. how much time should women take off work for maternity leave? marissa mayer says as little as possible. she announced she is expecting identic identical twin girls in december. she will be taking quote limited time away and working throughout. those are her words. during her last pregnancy, critics slammed her for setting a bad precedent for working moms and working moms at yahoo! see their boss working through it. she went back to the office just two weeks after giving birth and worked from home during her two-week maternity leave the last time. twins. >> a headline is twins. good luck with that. "early start" continues right frou.
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hillary clinton e-mails released overnight. the latest ahead. and president obama has harsh words for politicians who deny climate change. the troubling past of the suspect revealed of the man who murdered a sheriff's officer. good morning. i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it is september. while were you sleeping, the state department released e-mails as hillary clinton's time as secretary of state. more than 7,000 pages of e-mails in the set. many routine, but some catch the eye over the private e-mail server. she expresses frustration with the treatment of a document on the israeli palestinian conflict as if it were classified. secretary clinton wrote to an aide, it's a public statement. e-mail it.
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when she received the draft remar remarks, she responds, that is certainly worthy of being top secret. another e-mail from chelsea blasts the relief efforts in haiti as incompetent. urging to change the paradigm on the ground. and more than 100 e-mails in the batch marked classified retroactively. we have elise labott with the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, 125 of the 7,000 e-mails released last night have information that has now been upgraded to classified. percentage wise that is about double the previous charge. it suggests the state department is erring on the classified more because of the scrutiny they have been under from the intelligence community. the information was not marked classified at the time it was sent. a vast majority was upgraded because it was released to the public and received the lowest
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level of classification. this is dogging the presidential campaign. she is taking a hit on trustworthiness and bernie sanders is gaining on her in iowa. she is leading, but lost one-third of support in iowa since may. you have seen her change her tone somewhat in the past week or so acknowledging some members of the public do have legitimate concerns of use of a private server and admitting it wasn't the best decision. we have a long way to go after yesterday's batch. that is only about 25%, just a quarter of the 55,000 pages of e-mails released. every month, a new batch is going to be released. it's fodder for the republicans and every time clinton is forced to talk about the e-mails, she is not talking about issues that are important to americans. john, christine. elise labott, thank you. a new challenge to donald trump's supremacy in iowa. the billionaire now tied for
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first place with a surging ben carson at 23%. this is a new monmouth university poll. the first time in a month that trump has not led the pack in the first four states. carson's gain is scott walker's loss. polling at 7%. carly fiorina up in the top three people on the poll. six weeks ago, the same poll had walker in front in iowa at 22%. republican voters are rejecting the status quo here. >> top 53% of voters want someone who has never served office before. donald trump going after jeb bush specifically on immigration. look at what donald trump posted on his instagram account. a clip from remarks bush made last year that undocumented immigrants have come to the u.s. to provide for their families. >> yes, they broke the law, but it's not a felony.
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it's an act of love. >> trump has so many followers, he can get a huge rieeach by posting this. this is similar to the willie horton ads in 1988. effective in that campaign. bush will be back in florida this morning. he will host a town hall in miami and tour a high school. republicans back in the field are trying to do all they can to get attention. like governor christie. he dropped by "the tonight show." >> donald trump is in the lead of the polls. is this a surprise to you? >> oh, no. i expected that. didn't you? >> no. >> of course. everything he does is fabulous and amazing.
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trump's the best. life is a strange ride, jimmy. we'll keep riding it. it doesn't really matter. i'm not worried about donald or anybody else. i will do what i do and see what happens. >> like is a strange ride. you have to keep on riding as chris christie likes to say. joe biden is set to join the labor day parade. he will march in pittsburgh alongside an estimated 60,000 union members. this comes in the middle of joe biden considering whether he will jump in to the presidential race. the president was born in pennsylvania. the vice president was born in pennsylvania. he has support there. it will be interesting. the president in the alaskan wilderness today. planning a glacier hike and tour of the bay. it is all part to use the arctic to back drop his global warming issues to the forefront.
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at the speech in anchorage, he speaks out. jim acosta is there. >> reporter: president obama has arrived in alaska to deliver what he believes to be an urgent message on climate change. the president is sounding the alarm calling attention to what alaskans are experiencing here. melting glaciers and record high temperatures and one of the worst wildfire seasons in years. the president delivered a speech to the conference of arctic nations, including russia on monday night. in the address, he hinted at republicans in congress who have stood in the way of his climate agenda. here is more. >> any so-called leader who does not take this issue seriously or treats it like a joke is not fit to lead. the time to heed the critics and cynics and the deniers is passed. the time to plead ignorance is surely passed. those who want to ignore the science, they are increasingly
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alone. they are on their own shrinking island. >> reporter: the president started the trip renaming mt. mckinley denali. next, he will see the effects of climate thing first hand. he will tour the melting glaciers with bear grylls. they will talk about global warming and later this week, he will travel to northern alaska to be the first president to visit the arctic to hear from fishermen. a white house official described this as a signature trip of the obama presidency. he is that passionate about this issue. john. >> beautiful pictures. jim, thank you. two of ohio's politicians furious with president obama for renaming mt. mckinley to denali. house speaker john boehner and
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governor kasich says it disrespects president mckinley. trump says when he becomes president, he will change the name of mckinley to denali, he will make that switch back. he says this is a great insult to ohio. trump is just upset that he did not change it to mt. trump. >> many tall peaks in manhattan. just three votes short. 31 senators favor the agreement. 13 democrats still undecided. later today, we will find out how two swing votes play out. they are set to announce their positions on that deal. congress votes on the measure september 17th. the united nations release satellite imaging confirming the
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temperatu temple of bel has been obliterated by isis. ten minutes past the hour on your money. ugly start to september. asian shares down sharply after a disappointing report on chinese manufacturing. european shares down sharply. dow futures down 2%. that is a big move for a morning. yesterday, the dow fell 115 points. plunged more than 1,100 points. the biggest drop since may of 2010. concerns over china, looming interest rate hike and indecision when that could happen and oil. look at this crazy chart, berman. oil logged the biggest rally since 1980. hints from opec that it may consider cutting production and the u.s. government cut estimates. maybe a third reason,
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speculators after the three day run. oil is down almost 4% right now. >> i'm picking option three. that is not the move that happens because of a little bit of news of oil supply. >> i'm predicting one, two and a lot of three. all three of those together. as soon as a hint of not a glut of production indefinitely. that's when you saw a lot of people changing. >> someone's making money. >> someone's losing money. was a houston sheriff deputy killed because of his uniform? what we are learning about the suspect in this case. pruma unit 5. what've we got? bp 64/40 sterilize sites. multiple foreign objects in the body. tweezers. (buzz!) (buzz!) if you're the guy from the operation game, you get operated on. it's what you do. (buzz!)
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deputy goforth 15 times with no apparent provocation. >> at this juncture, we find no other motivation other than the fact that he was wearing a uniform. which makes it a random issue. >> the president of the fop has said he believes this should be labeled a hate crime. is that the case? >> i think if we can demonstrate he was isolated because he was wearing a uniform, that would qualify. >> the suspect has a rap sheet and history of mental illness. ed lavandera has more from houston. >> reporter: christine, we have learned in october of 2012, miles was arrested and criminally charged with assault with a deadly weapon in austin, texas. he never went to trial. he was found mentally incompetent to stand trial and
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sent to a state hospital for six months. prosecutors have issued a subpoena to track down records in the houston area. this comes as one of miles' attorneys will do is order a psychological evaluation for miles. the health issues here is something prosecutors will dig into as the case moves along. here at pump number eight at the chevron gas station where deputy sheriff goforth was shot and killed on friday night, the outpouring of support continues. thousand of people streaming by here leaving flowers and balloons for the family of goforth. this as many people had to hear and see the suspect in the case for the first time in court today. some of the gruesome details of the way the murder unfolded in the parking lot.
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troubling and emotional scene in the courtroom. christine and john. thanks, ed. a stunning rise in murder rates in cities across the united states. milwaukee tops the list with 104 homicides so far this year. that's a 76% increase over 2014. st. louis, baltimore, washington, new orleans and chicago also suffering these high murder rates. some officials believe intense scrutiny of police departments and use of force made officers less aggressive and emboldening criminal criminals. the family of kate steinle plans to file a claim against the san francisco sheriff, bureau of land management and immigration and customs enforcement casting blame on the agencies for her shooting death in july. the suspect, juan sanchez lopez was in the country despite being deported five times.
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the supreme court refusing to intervene on the behalf of kim davis because it conflict was her religious beliefs. her continued refusing could result in fines or jail time. she will consider what to do next. a late summer heat wave hitting the east. let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> john and christine, good morning. welcome back, christine. let's show you what is happening. incredible warmth for this time of year. temperatures across new york city this morning up to 80 degrees. believe it or not, that is what it should be for high temperature this type of year. we are sitting at that in the early morning hours. with high pressure, you get sinking air. it warms by compression. the same concept as you pump the bike tire and see and feel the air warm on the pump and tire.
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new york city heat index and in washington up around 96 degrees. new york city close to 90 what it feels like by the afternoon. all of this is ten degrees above climatological norms. it cools off just a hair and it warms right back up. boston, average today, 77. gets up to 90. new york city, we don't get much of that. it gets up to 93 degrees. notice the temperatures do want to cool off for friday and saturday. much the same develops next monday. it looks like a long term pattern for the immediate future. >> we can pretend it summer. >> it was 80 degrees at 2:30 this morning. 80. >> all i can hear is 2:30. >> which is worse than the heat. one down for serena williams who is hopefully getting a good night sleep as she chases history at the u.s. open.
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7,000 pages as her time as secretary of state showing frustration of her department handling secrets. and president obama's new fight against global warming and his tough words for politicians who deny climate change. new information in the shooting death of a sheriff's officer. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. 30 minutes past the hour. first day of a new month. under scrutiny. a new batch of e-mails as hillary clinton's time as secretary of state. more than 7,000 pages in the new set. many are routine. some are eye catching. especially in light of the controversy over her private e-mail server. in one exchange, she expresses frustration with the state department treatment on the document on the israeli
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palestinian as if it were classified. she wrote it's a public statement. just e-mail it. once she received the remarks, she responds, well that is worthy of being top secret. another e-mail from chelsea blasts the haiti relief efforts. chelsea urges her mother to change the paradigm on the ground. more than 100 e-mails marked classified retroactively. cnn's elise labott has the latest for us. >> reporter: john, christine, 125 of the 7,000 e-mails released last night have information that has now been upgraded to classified. percentage wise that is about double than the previous charge and it suggests the state department is erring on the side of classifying more maybe because of the scrutiny they have been under from the intelligence community. the information was not marked classified at the time it was
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sent. the vast majority were upgraded because they were being released to the public. they received the lowest level of classification. still we see this issue as dogging clinton's presidential campaign. she is taking a hit in the polls and on honesty and trustworthiness. bernie sanders is gaining on her in iowa. clinton is leading, but lost one-third of support in iowa. you have seen her change her tone in the past week acknowledging some members of the public have legitimate concerns of the use of a private server admitting it wasn't the best decision. we have a long way to go after yesterday's batch. that is only about 25%, just a quarter of the 55,000 pages released. every month, a new batch will be released. it's fodder for the republicans and every time clinton is forced to talk about e-mails, she is not talking about issues
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important to americans. john, christine. thanks, elise. new challenge to donald trump and supremacy in iowa. surging ben carson now tied with trump at 23% in a new monmouth university poll. look at carly fiorina at 10%. 53% of voters in iowa say they want someone with no government experience for president. this is the first time that donald trump has not led in a poll in the last month over the four early nominating states in the republican race. ben carson's gain is scott walker's loss. back at 7% in the polls. six weeks ago he was leading in iowa in the poll. he had 22%. >> ted cruz has been senator for two and a half years. he worked hard to be the outsider. >> i have a pet peeve with that classification. he would certainly like to put himself with those three non government types.
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a sharp jab by donald trump on the immigration. an attack ad uses a short clip remarks bush made last year. >> yes, they broke the law, but it's not a felony. it's an act of love. >> this morning, bush will be back in his state of florida and host a town hall in peopmiami. >> a lot of people think that blurb is similar to the willie horton ad years ago. candidates doing what they can to grab attention. new jersey governor chris christie at 2% recently. he went on "the tonight show." if you can't win iowa, maybe you can win jimmy fallon. >> donald trump now is the
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leader of all of the polls. is this a surprise to you? >> oh, no. i expected that. didn't you? >> no. >> of course. everything he does is fabulous and amazing. life is a strange ride, jimmy. we'll just keep riding it. the fact it is doesn't matter. i'm not worried about donald. i have to worry about me. i do what i do and we will see what happens. >> joe biden is set to join in the largest labor day parades this weekend. he will march in pittsburgh this weekend with 60,000 union members. observers say this is an effort to gauge support for a possible run for the democratic nomination. >> biden is thinking about it. president obama will be in the alaskan wilderness today. he will take a boat tour of the bay and he will use the arctic as a back drop for the climate agenda. he has taken global warming
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deniers to task in an unusually blunt speech at the conference in anchorage. our white house correspondent jim acosta is there. >> reporter: john and christine, president obama has arrived in alaska to deliver what he believes to be an urgent message on climate change. he is sounding the alarm on climate change. melting glaciers and record high temperatures. he addressed arctic nations, including russia on monday night. his address, he addressed the republicans who are standing in his way. >> any so-called leader who does not take this issue seriously or treats it like a joke is not fit to lead. the time to heed the critics and cynics and deniers has passed. the time to plead ignorance is
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surely passed. those who want to ignore the science, they are increasingly alone. they are on their own shrinking island. >> reporter: the president started the trip by making waves renaming mt. mckinley in alaska denali. we will see the effects of climate change first hand. he will tour the melting glaciers. he will do that with tv star bear grylls who will test his survival skills in the wild as they talk about global warming. later on, he will travel to northern alaska where he will become the first president to visit the arctic to visit fishermen and a white house official described the journey as a signature trip of the obama presidency. he is that passionate about this issue. >> jim, thank you. two of ohio's politicians are furious with president obama for renaming mt. mckinley to denali.
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denali is the original native-american name. the park is still called denali. house majority leader john boehner and governor kasich says the switch disrespects president mckinley. trump said president obama wants to change the name after more than 100 years. great insult to ohio. i will change it back. >> interesting. alaska's representation, republicans, are lauding this change. they think it is great. it pits alaska and ohio. president obama now just three votes short of having enough votes to keep the iran nuclear deal from being blocked. we will find out how two key swing votes might play out. senators ben cardin and chris
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shannon miles faced the court monday to face capital murder charges. officials are trying to figure out why he shot darren goforth with no apparent provocation. >> at this juncture, we find no other motivation other than the fact he was wearing a uniform which makes it a random issue. >> the president of the fop believes this should be labeled a hate crime. should that be the case? >> i think if we can demonstrate he was isolated because he was wearing a uniform, that would qualify. >> we are learning the suspect had a rap sheet and mental illness history. we have cnn's ed lavandera with more from houston. >> reporter: christine, we learned that in 2012, miles was arrested and criminally charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in austin, texas.
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he never went to trial on that charge. he was found mentally incompetent to stand trial and sent to a mental hospital for secti six months. we learned that prosecutors are trying to track down mental health records here in houston. this comes as miles' attorney will order a psychological evaluation of miles. this is something they will dig deeper into as the case moves along. here at pump number eight at the chevron gas station where deputy goforth was shot and killed friday night, thousands of people have been streaming by here leaving flowers and balloons for the family of goforth and his wife and two children. this as many people had to hear and see the suspect in the case for the very first time in court
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today. some of the gruesome details of the way the murder unfolded in the parking lot released. very troubling and very emotional scene in the courtroom. christine and john. ed lavandera, thank you. let's look at what is coming up on "new day." alisyn camerota joins me. >> good to see you, christine. donald trump suddenly tied with ben carson. who saw that coming? we will talk to one of carson's top advisers. and a new batch of hillary clinton's e-mails. what is in them? our panel tackles that. also more on the case you have been talking about of the police officer gunned down in texas. the suspect marched through a courtroom lined with officers. we will ask the sheriff about the past mental history that is now coming to light. we have a lot to talk about at the top of the hour. >> thank you for that, alisyn.
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fr from damascus area. they said hungary was difficult for them to try to get through there. now many of them are very happy to have made it here to germany. you can feel the authorities here are having a lot of trouble coming to grips with the situation. many people coming here. you also get the feeling they are doing their best to avert the greatest chaos. a lot of buses here. cops are waiting for the next bus to bring these people to temporary shelters to make sure they have a place to stay. it is very hot here at this point. again, we have a bus coming in here that is getting ready to take people to a temporary shelter. the authorities are doing a great job of keeping it orderly. in many countries, christine, all of that has broken down and it is chaotic. >> a fractured response what you
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good morning. nice to see you. i'm christine romans. let's get an early start on your money. an ugly start to the month for stocks. asian and europe shares lower. disappointing chinese manufacturing. u.s. stock futures falling sharply. picking up where it left off last month. the dow plunged 1100 points in august. the biggest drop since may of 2010. concerns of china and looming interest rate hike and timing of that and oil. look at the chart. oil just logged the biggest three-day rally since the 1990s when iraq invaded the oilfields of kuwait. two reasons, hints from opec it
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may consider cutting production and the u.s. government cut estimates for oil production. maybe a third reason. speculators. after the three-day run, oil is down again almost 4% right now. still looking at $2 gas by the fall. how much time should women take off for maternity leave? yahoo! ceo marissa mayer says as little as possible. she announced she is expected twin girls in december. congratulations. she will take quote limited time away and working throughout. during her last pregnancy, she worked from home during her two-week leave and went back to the office two weeks after giving birth to her son who is now 3 years old. there are challenges at yahoo! and she needs to be at the helm. a new challenge to donald trump's supremacy in iowa. "new day" picks up that story now. >> two guys who never held
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political office leading the race. >> ben carson tied with donald trump in iowa. >> how concerned should the republican establishment be at this point? 125 of the 7,000 e-mails upgraded to classified. >> classification is not an exact science. >> she didn't break any rules. details of the way the murder unfolded. >> 15 shell casings. he unloaded pistol into deputy goforth. >> the assassination of police officers is on the rise. >> let's hope it is not because of the uniform or it wasn't race related. >> another person mentally ill being able to get a gun. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." it is september 1st. donald trump tied forefront runner status now.
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a monmouth university poll shows rival ben carson tying trump in the state of iowa. this is the first time in a month there is a poll that does not give donald trump a >> also overnight a batch of hillary clinton's e-mails released whachlt's in them? classified information. does it matter to voters? >> hey there, good morning. new polls out from monmouth university, good news for ben carson. carson is at 23%, tied with donald trump. the trend line is they are very much up from july. in july, carson 8% and trump 13%. fiorina is bunched in there as 10%. cruz at 9%. the establishment figures not doing as well as they were in july. another poll, this

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