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nationwide and part of their effort to turn around slumping sales and breakfast is the number one request from customers. it's been like a pop culture joke for years. you walk up there at 10:30 to get an egg mcmuffin, no, we are closed. >> nothing but a good move for mcdonald's. wild in the studio here. >> can you all get us an egg mcmuffin, please? thank you. >> "early start" continues right now. happening right now, the manhunt for three people wanted in the murder of a police officer. we have new information overnight. that is ahead. dramatic developments in the race for president that jeb bush and donald trump feud intensifies! each launching new attack ads online. good morning, everyone! welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. breaking news this morning. a huge manhunt under way this morning in fox lake, illinois,
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about an hour north of chicago. the police, federal agents, canine units and choppers and horseback officers were all out overnight and looking for three men suspected of shooting a fox lake police officer to death. officials say the officer radioed that he was pursuing three suspects on foot. dispatchers lost contact. backup officers found lieutenant joe gliniewicz dead and stripped of his gun and other gear. he leaves behind a community in mourning. this is fox lake mayor donnie schmidt. >> lieutenant joe gliniewicz was a 30-year veteran, and a decorated police officer and family man and a dear friend for the entire village of fox lake. not only did fox lake lose a family member, i lost a very dear friend. >> cnn's ryan young is in fox lake with the latest on the search. >> reporter: this manhunt has been going on for more than 12 hours. you can see behind me the command center police have been using for several hours as they look for these suspects. we are about a mile and a half
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from where the officer was shot. officer joseph gliniewicz, a father of four, was shot and killed. a 32-year veteran of the police force here. officers had been manning this area before spreading out to find the three suspects which are two white males and one black male is the only description they have been given so far of the men they have been looking for. this is an exhaustive search where we have seen the atf and fbi bringing their s.w.a.t. teams into the area to look for these suspects. this officer was trying to answer a suspicious person's call when he encountered these three people. shots were fired, he was killed in the line of duty. since then, people from this community have been coming out and very upset about what happened and, in fact, lining the streets here with signs and having people with their support for the officers who are involved in this. imagine, the hundreds of officers are now in this area looking for three suspects who have been involved in a murder of one of their own and something we continue to follow. as we get more information, of course, we will bring it to you. >> that was ryan young for us
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reporting from fox lake, illinois. at least seven school districts in the area have cancelled classes today because of that manhunt. new escalation this morning between the feud between donald trump and jeb bush. each republican candidates launching new social media attacks aimed at the other. a new bush web video and trump as a late conservatism and trump responds in kind, slamming jeb bush as a dynasty candidate, not unlike hillary clinton. cnn political reporter sara murray hat latest for us from washington. >> reporter: good morning, christine and john. the attacks are really heating up now between donald trump and jeb bush. jeb bush really kicking it off yesterday when he released a video using donald trump's own words to paint the front-runner as a liberal. >> do you like representing the united states in a deal with iran, with this regime? >> i think hillary would do a good job. hillary clinton, i think, is a terrific woman. i'm a little biased because i've known her for years. i know her very well. she is very talented.
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>> reporter: trump didn't just sit there and take that. he fired back on twitter and in his own instagram video. >> we recognize the commitment of someone who has devoted her life to public service. i want to say thank you to both secretary clinton and to president clinton. >> reporter: trump even did an interview with cnn where he explained that he used to be a democrat. >> you know, one other thing i'll say, because he mentions the fact that i was, at one point, a democrat. well, in new york city, everybody was a democrat practically. if you run for city council, if you run for political office, whoever wins the democrat primary is automatically, that is, you know, there was almost no election because the republicans hardly exist in new york city. me, more than anybody else, i'll cross -- i'll go across lines. i think i'll have a lot of democrats. you know, reagan had democrats for reagan, it was a very big group of people and a very big block. i think i will have a lot of democrats voting for me, far
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more than any republican for the last long period of time. i will say this and i will say this, you know, very strongly. the -- the republican conservatives were not energized in the last election. had they been energized and had they voted, you would have seen victory for mitt romney. >> reporter: the big question now is where do these attacks go next? right now, we are seeing sort of a exchange on social media, on twitter and youtube and instagram. not a lot of money behind these ads. the big question is whether we will see jeb bush's super pac which has a hundred million dollars weigh in on this fight and start actually running ads against donald trump. for now, the answer to that looks like it's no, but stay tuned. back to you, john and christine. >> thank you, soo sara, for that. carly fiorina will likely benefit from a change on the ar. carly fiorina will likely benefit from a change on the republican presidential debate on september 16th. any candidate who polls in the top ten between the first
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debates on august 6th and september 10th cutoff will be added to the group on stage. the reason for the change, an unusual shortage of national polls following the first debates. fiorina, who surged in a handful of polls done after that happy hour debate, is the candidate likely to benefit from this change. she praised this decision when she announced it on meghan mccain's radio show. >> they have said this is after polls with fox following the august 6th debate. >> that is the truth. you know, there were so many polls prior to august 6th and there have been very few since august 6th. if you just average polls, you come up with an answer that doesn't reflect current reality. you know what? good for cnn and i am so appreciative for all of the support and the pressure that our grassroots supporters put on cnn because i'm quite sure it made a difference. >> the next republican debates with top-tier candidates on cnn
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september 16th. bright and early, the next morning, we will be talking about everything that was said there. >> a very big deal. president obama preparing for his final day in alaska and he visits with fishermen this afternoon and then takes in a cultural performance at a local middle school before coming back to washington. it was his boat trip he took yesterday that had him sounding the alarm about global warming and a boat trip that brought him face-to-face with a rapidly melting glacier. let's get more now from cnn's chief white house correspondent jim acosta in anchorage. >> reporter: john and christine, we witnessed what will likely go down as one of the lasting images of the obama presidency. the president was out on a boat tour of seward bay here in alaska. they were taking a look at the glaciers that are melting rapidly in this state. we also saw some of the stunning wildlife that inhabit this majestic corner of the world. mr. obama spoke again on the issue of global warming, urging countries across the globe to change course before it's too late. here is more of what the president had to say. >> this is one of the most
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studied glaciers because it's so easley accessible. but what it indicates, because of the changing patterns of winters, with less snow, longer, hotter summers, is how rapidly the glacier is receding. you know, it sends a message about the urgency that we are going to need to have when it comes to dealing with this because, obviously, when the glaciers erode, that is also a sign of the amount of water that is being introduced into the oceans, rising sea levels, and the warming generally is having an impact on this national park. >> reporter: it is called an exited glacier for a reason. it has melted a thousand feet the last ten years. he also taped that special with
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survival bear gryllis and no word whether they got up and close and personal with any wildlife. later today, the president heads to the arctic and he will hear from fishermen who are seeing their livelihoods threatened and he will also talk to nearby communities who are relocating because of the rapid melting in the arctic. john and christine? >> thanks, jim. secretary of state john kerry will deliver a speech in philadelphia today in support of the iran nuclear deal. it's part of the obama administration's full-court press to push the agreement through congress and, right now, the prospects looking good. two democratic senators, casey and koons, say they support the measure which means the president needs just one more vote to essentially keep the senate from blocking the deal. >> he might not need a veto. a possibility at this point. new revelations the united states has launched a secret drone campaign to hunt down isis operatives in syria according to "the washington post." according to the cia they are
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involved in a clandestine targeted killing program and also conducted several keldeadl strikes and one killing an extremist. the secret drone program marks a significant escalation of the cia's involvement in the fighting inside syria. 10 minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. stocks a brutal day yesterday and looking to make a comeback this morning. asian stocks closed lower. another wild swing in china. the shanghai composite plunged more than 4% and recovered with a small loss and closed the next four days. european stocks are lower too and u.s. stock futures are up right now. damage report from yesterday. the dow plunged 470 points. now down 12.5% from its high. the s&p 500 down 3%, back into correction territory. ominous start to september. historically the worst month for stocks and certainly been a bad start to the month. fresh worries will china's
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problems is the worry here. china slowdown will drag down the rest of the global economy. another worry is sinking oil. prices spiked monday but, yesterday, turned around and tumbled 7% again. they are falling further this morning because of those concerns about global growth, demand from china and too much supply. we have got oil companies cutting jobs like crazy. canada falling into recession. the oil market really disrupting. >> i say speculation, you say partially. >> i say $2 gas for consumers by -- in some places you're already seeing that. >> pivotal day in baltimore. there are some protests planned as a judge hears the case of six police officers accused in freddie gray's death. we have the details next. points, points, our points. there has got to be a way to redeem our hotel points. i just want to take a vacation. this seems crazy. oh really? tell us something we don't know, captain obvious. ok. with hotels.com, when you collect 10 nights you get one free. oh. so you only need to know how to count to 10
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six baltimore officers are charged in connection with the death of freddie gray who suffered fatal injuries while in police custody. several key issues are expected to be raised at today's court proceedings. let's get more now from cnn's jean casarez. >> reporter: john and christine, today's pretrial hearing is extremely important for these six police officer defendants. they are asking first of all, for the judge to dismiss all of the charges. they are also asking that the state attorney's office be recused. and a special prosecutor be brought in. and they are also asking for defendants to be severed or be tried together, another big issue today. now because of that, the baltimore police department wants to be sure that they have their staffing, so they have take leave today. so all officers have to be in place within the department, they cannot be off at all. and we have spoken to some businesses in the area that have alerted their employees to be on the lookout for traffic disruptions because community
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activists are actively asking for demonstrations with of all of this because of the importance of this hearing, so we really don't know what is going to happen as the day goes on today. we believe, though, there will be some protests and there will be some protests, there will be some demonstrations. one of the big issues here, the defense is asking that the judge dismiss all of the charges, based on timing. they say that when the police department finished their investigation on may 1st, that they took it to the commissioner of courts with their statement asking for conceivably charges. 15 minutes later was the first arrest. so they say that the prosecutors office just was too quick on all of this and, therefore, the charges should be dismissed. they say that the state attorney has so many conflicts of interest in this case that the entire state attorney's office should be recused. special prosecutor brought in and, lastly, the question of whether six defendants should be tried together or separately. those arguments may take the longest of all today and we
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don't know if the judge is going to rule from the bench or if the judge will take this under advisement and those rulings will come at a later date. but all critical issues and, john and christine, next week, change of venue will be on the table. another pretrial hearing, another critical issue. back to you. >> we know you'll keep covering that for us. authorities in san antonio, texas, investigating a fatal police shooting captured on camera. the video shows the officers respond to go a call and shooting this man after he raises his hands in the air. watch this video. >> just shot bulb bro.
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>> how come at the time they were going back and forth so long with the guns pointed at him some him kind of pointing his arms toward him and backing up towards him. no shots made and no one had tasers out there and as soon as he backs up and puts his hands up, he was shot. i don't understand why he was shot there. >> you can see his hands in the air but not his left hand because of that utility pole in the way. according to police, flores had a knife and was resisting arrest when deputies approached him. now, police say there's a second video of the shooting closer, from a different angle, that the public has not yet seen. but certainly there are concerns about what this video shows. kentucky county clerk kim davis defying the supreme court and say it's god's authority and not the law guiding her calling it a hell or heaven decision. she continues to deny marriage licenses to gay couples on religious grounds in defiance of a court order. davis was confronted at the rowan county courthouse after a court refused to intervene on her behalf and she, again, turned couples away. >> we are not issuing marriage licenses today. >> based on what? why are you not issuing marriage
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are expected to be out of action for at least two weeks. we continue to wait for judge richard berman to issue a ruling on tom brady's four-game suspension for deflategate. judge berman said it could come as early as tuesday but it didn't. berman said yesterday he anticipates having is done by the end of the week. while we wait, brady continues to practice with the patriots as they prepare for next thursday's season opener with the steelers. rangers and padres last night in san diego. elvis andrus on third and he notices that the pitcher kevin quackenbush was not paying attention to him. so he goes for home and slides in safely! rangers first steal at home in 15 years and they beat the padres 8-6. a video was made asking ronda rousey to go with him to the marine corps ball. take a look. >> if you do, you would truly be making my dream come true. i really hope that you get this and that you take consideration
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♪ a huge manhunt happening right now after a police officer is killed. three men wanted in the attack, on the run. new information ahead. the gloves are off in the race for president. jeb bush and donald trump completely gloveless now and on the attack. each releasing new political videos online. going after the other. look at those numbers. u.s. stocks plunge. the dow dropping nearly 500 points. what is behind the chaos on wall street? and can it bounce back today? welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> so much to answer there. i'm john berman. 30 minutes past the hour right now. breaking news we begin with. a huge manhunt under way this morning in fox lake, illinois, about an hour north of chicago. the police, federal agents, canine units and choppers and
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horseback officers were all out overnight and looking for three men suspected of shooting a fox lake officer to death. officials say the officer radioed that he was pursuing three suspects on foot. dispatchers lost contact. backup officers found lieutenant joe gliniewicz dead and stripped of his gun and other gear. he leaves behind a community in mourning. this is fox lake mayor donnie schmidt. >> lieutenant joe gliniewicz was a 30-year veteran, and a decorated police officer and family man and a dear friend for the entire village of fox lake. not only did fox lake lose a family member, i lost a very dear friend. >> they called him g.i. joe and apparently beloved by so many there. cnn's ryan young is in fox lake with the latest on the search. >> reporter: this manhunt has been going on for more than 12 hours. you can see behind me, the command center police have been using for several hours as they look for these suspects. we are about a mile and a half from where the officer was shot. officer joseph gliniewicz, a father of four, was shot and
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killed. a 32-year veteran of the police force here. officers had been manning this area before spreading out to find the three suspects which are two white males and one black male is the only description they have been given so far of the men they have been looking for. this is an exhaustive search where we have seen the atf and fbi bringing their s.w.a.t. teams into the area to look for these suspects. this 32-year vet of the police department was trying to answer a suspicious person's call when he encountered these three people. shots were fired, he was killed in the line of duty. since then, people from this community have been coming out and very upset about what happened and, in fact, lining the streets here with signs and having people with their support for the officers who are involved in this. imagine, the hundreds of officers are now in this area looking for three suspects who have been involved in a murder of one of their own and something we continue to follow. as we get more information, of course, we will bring it to you. >> ryan, thank you so much. that was ryan young for us reporting from fox lake, illinois.
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at least seven school districts in the area have cancelled classes today because of that manhunt. new escalation this morning in the feud between donald trump and jeb bush. each republican candidates launching new social media aimed at the other. a new bush web video refers to trump as a late conservatist trump responds in kind, slamming jeb bush as a dynasty candidate. cnn political reporter sara murray hat latest for us from washington. >> reporter: good morning, christine and john. the attacks are really heating up now between donald trump and jeb bush. jeb bush really kicking it off yesterday when he released a video using donald trump's own words to paint the front-runner as a liberal. >> do you like representing the united states in a deal with iran, with this regime? >> i think hillary would do a good job. hillary clinton, i think, is a terrific woman. i'm a little biased because i've known her for years.
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i know her very well. she is very talented. >> reporter: trump didn't just sit there and take that. he fired back on twitter and in his own instagram video. >> we recognize the commitment of someone who has devoted her life to public service. i want to say thank you to both secretary clinton and to president clinton. >> reporter: trump even did an interview with cnn where he explained that he used to be a democrat. >> you know, one other thing i'll say, because he mentions the fact that i was, at one point, a democrat. well, in new york city, everybody was a democrat practically. if you run for city council, if you run for political office, whoever wins the democrat primary is automatically, that is, you know, there was almost no election because the republicans hardly exist in new york city. me, more than anybody else, i'll cross -- i'll go across lines. i think i'll have a lot of democrats. you know, reagan had democrats for reagan, it was a very big group of people and a very big block. i think i will have a lot of
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democrats voting for me, far more than any republican for the last long period of time. i will say this and i will say this, you know, very strongly. the -- the republican conservatives were not energized in the last election. had they been energized and had they voted, you would have seen victory for mitt romney. >> reporter: the big question now is where do these attacks go next? right now, we are seeing sort of an exchange on social media, on twitter and youtube and instagram. not a lot of money behind these ads. the big question is whether we will see jeb bush's super pac which has a hundred million dollars weigh in on this fight and start actually running ads against donald trump. for now, the answer to that looks like it's no, but stay tuned. back to you, john and christine. >> sara, all right. more big political news this morning. a change in debate rules that will almost certainly benefit carly fiorina and that debate is coming up september 16th and where? right here on cnn. cnn announced that any candidate
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the first debate on august 6th n and september 10, they will be on the big stage. the reason for the change, an unusual shortage of national polls and not nearly as expected after the first debate. carly fiorina, who surged in a handful of polls done after that happy hour debate, is the one now on the main stage. she praised this decision when she heard about it while she was on meghan mccain's radio show. >> they have said this is after polls with fox following the august 6th debate. that is the truth. you know, there were so many polls prior to august 6th and there have been very few since august 6th. if you just average polls, you come up with an answer that doesn't reflect current reality. you know what? good for cnn and i am so appreciative for all of the
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support and the pressure that our grassroots supporters put on cnn because i'm quite sure it made a difference. >> this adds to the intrigue and excitement leading up to this debate. it is september 16th right here on cnn, airing at 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. eastern time. president obama preparing for his final day in alaska. he visits with fishermen this afternoon and then he takes it a cultural performance at a local middle school before heading back to washington. but a boat trip he took yesterday that had him sounding the alarm about global warming and a boat trip that brought him face-to-face with a rapidly melting glacier. let's get more now from cnn's chief white house correspondent jim acosta in anchorage. >> reporter: john and christine, we witnessed what will likely go down as one of the lasting images of the obama presidency. the president was out on a boat tour of seward bay here in
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alaska, taking a look at the glaciers that are melting rapidly in this state. we also saw some of the stunning wildlife that inhabit this majestic corner of the world. mr. obama spoke again on the issue of global warming, urging countries across the globe to change course before it's too late. here is more of what the president had to say. >> this is one of the most studied glaciers because it's so easley accessible. but what it indicates, because of the changing patterns of winters, with less snow, longer, hotter summers, is how rapidly the glacier is receding. you know, it sends a message about the urgency that we are going to need to have when it comes to dealing with this because, obviously, when the glaciers erode, that is also a sign of the amount of water that is being introduced into the oceans, rising sea levels, and the warming generally is having an impact on this national park. >> reporter: it is called an exited glacier for a reason. it has melted a thousand feet the last ten years. he also taped that special with
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survival bear grylls and no word whether they got up and close and personal with any wildlife. later today, the president heads to the arctic with another prospective on global warming. to the arctic and he will hear from fishermen who are seeing their livelihoods threatened and he will also talk to nearby communities who are relocating because of the rapid melting in the arctic. john and christine? >> thanks, jim. time for than early start our money. asian stocks closed lower after another wild swing in china stocks. the shanghai composite plunged 4% and recovered with a small loss. european stocks have been opened about two and a half hours now there maybe. they are lower too. u.s. stock futures are bouncing. here is the damage report from yesterday. the dow plunged 470 points and now down 12.5% from its high and s&p 500 fell 3%, back in correction territory. ominous start to september which is historically the worse month for stocks. the problem fresh worries about
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prosecutor be brought in. and they are also asking for defendants to be severed or be tried together, another big issue today. now because of that, the baltimore police department wants to be sure that they have their staffing, so they have told the officers they cannot take leave today. so all officers have to be in place within the department, they cannot be off at all. and we have spoken to some businesses in the area that have alerted their employees to be on the lookout for traffic disruptions because community activists are actively asking for demonstrations with of all of this because of the importance of this hearing, so we really don't know what is going to happen as the day goes on today. we believe, though, there will be some protests and there will some demonstrations. one of the big issues here, the defense is asking that the judge dismiss all of the charges, based on timing. they say that when the police department finished their investigation on may 1st, that they took it to the commissioner of courts with their statement
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asking for conceivably charges. 15 minutes later was the first arrest. so they say that the prosecutors office just was too quick on all of this and, therefore, the charges should be dismissed. they say that the state attorney has so many conflicts of interest in this case that the entire state attorney's office should be recused. special prosecutor brought in and, lastly, the question of whether six defendants should be tried together or separately. those arguments may take the longest of all today and we don't know if the judge is going to rule from the bench or if the judge will take this under advisement and those rulings will come at a later date. but all critical issues and, john and christine, next week, change of venue will be on the table. another pretrial hearing, another critical issue. back to you. >> jean casarez, thank you for that. let's see what is coming up on "new day" with michaela pereira. >> cops are feeling the heat
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across the nation. as you've been reporting this morning, the manhunt ramped up this morning near chicago for three suspects after an officer was shot and killed. police are also now trying to explain a video that appears to show a texas man being shot, an eyewitness says at least one of his hand was up. we will have the latest on both cases and we are actually going to speak to the young man who recorded the video of the incident that happened near san antonio. also, donald trump, the democrat? not as crazy as you might think. he is defending his more liberal past and you'll hear what he told cnn last night. we will ask retired general and former presidential candidate wesley clark his thoughts on the 2016 race. a lot to get to. >> indeed, you do. we will be watching. the migrant crisis exploding in europe and thousands trying to escape war-torn countries and stranded and right now, they have no place to go. we are live next.
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trying to reach germany any way they can. let's go bif live live to buddhd bring in cnn's reporter arwa damon. so many are facing danger to get to germany. german chancellor angel merkel saying, come to germany but they are having a lot of trouble in hungary. what is happening? >> reporter: they are flue aware that germany is welcoming and at the munich train station they have more aid for the migrants and refuges more than they know what to do with but yet they are continuing to live in the streets at hungary here and waiting for the hungarian authorities for maybe the german or austrian authorities to come here and do something to open up the route onwards for them. the trains were briefly departing on monday and gave
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everyone a lot of optimism and hope that finally this existence that they have here was going to be over, but that route was shut down. there have been ongoing demonstration and large crowds gathered in front of the main entrance and it being blocked by police and throughout, people sleeping on the floor on cardboard pizza boxes, on very thin blankets, entire families. you speak to the parents, the morg mothers, they will tell you the hardest thing they have had to go through having thought that they were saving their children from the wars in iraq and syria, because most of these people are refuges from there, having put them through the extreme dangers of the entire journey here from the boat rides to the trek lasting for hours throughout the different countries, to the beating son and lack of food and water along the way, they hardly expected to then end up living for days, if not upwards of a week in the streets of hungary, the country that was meant to be the gateway to the european
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mcmuffin any time of the day. mcdonald's is experimenting with all-day breakfast in a few markets and apparently it was successful because starting october 6th it will be available nationwide and part of the fast food giant to turnaround slumping sails and all-day breakfast is what everyone requested from customers. 58 minutes past the hour. happening now a manhunt for three people wanted in the murder of a police officer in northern illinois. "new day" picks up that story now. another police officer shot and killed in the line of duty. >> three suspects at large. a massive search is now under way. >> i don't think they are going to leave a rock unturned. >> it is a very tough time to be a police officer. a san antonio man with his hands up, gunned down by officers. >> step back and put his hand up and they shot him twice. >> police say he was armed with a knife and resisting arrest. >> shots fired. >> why these officers in reasonable fear for their life.
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>> jeb bush firing off his harshest attack so far. >> in many cases, i probably identify more as a democrat. >> using his own words is not a mischaracterization and came out of his own imagine. >> they should do something. he has to fight back and way down in the polls and he has got to. good morning, everyone. welcome to your "new day." it is wednesday, september 2nd, 6:00 in the east. chris is off this morning. we begin with police departments departments across the country on edge. in illinois, a massive manhunt under way for three suspects wanted in connection with a murder of a veteran officer. schools closed in the area as that search widens. police in san antonio facing threats after a video surfaces of two officers fatally shooting a man who appears to have his hands up. baltimore bracing for unrest as six officers are charged in the
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death of freddie gray. we are covering it the way only cnn can. we are live in illinois where the three cop killers remain on the loose. >> good morning, michaela. you are right. cop killers on the loose and a community on edge. the latest on this investigation is that it has all been turned over to the lake county major crimes task force. here is the back story. it starts at 8:00 a.m. yesterday morning when the lieutenant was out in the community investigating suspicious activity when he radios into dispatch he was in the pursuit of three individuals. here is that radio exchange. >> officer down, 128. they were responding to a report of a suspicious male black and male white. it appears the officer's gun is missing. >> responding to

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