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♪ ♪ overnight, hillary clinton with a brand-new facebook apology for using a private e-mail server while secretary of state. but is it coming months too late? a british airways plane erupts in flames on the runway. passengers onboard making an emergency exit. plus, stephen colbert, late-tv debut. good morning, everyone. welcome to early start. i'm john berman. >> and i'm christine romans.
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nice to see you. so, hillary clinton directly apologizing for using a private e-mail server while serving as secretary of state. the democratic front-runner trying a new response to stubborn controversy, bringing the message of regret to ellen degeneres and on facebook overnight, she goes on facebook and apologizes. for the latest let's bring in briana krieler. >> reporter: hillary clinton is still leading in the polls. she's been dipping and bernie sanders and vice president joe biden not even a declared candidate are on the rise. in polls, democratic voters say they actually don't really care about this e-mail controversy but it is killing the clinton's campaign to cut through the message that resonates with
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voters. so, for the first time after months of resistance, hillary clinton trying to turn the corner on this by very directly apologizing. >> in retrospect, certainly, as i look back at it now, even though it was allowed, i should have used two accounts. one for personal and one for work-related e-mails. that was a mistake. i'm sorry about that. i take responsibility. i'm trying to be as transparent as i possibly can to not only release 55,000 pages of my e-mails, turn over my server, but i'm looking forward to testify in front of congress. >> reporter: that's certainly a big change from what hillary clinton said on monday to the associated press. she said she didn't have anything to apologize for because what she had done at the state department using a private server, using a personal e-mail, was allowed.
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john and christine. >> yeah, it's a full-court apology press. on facebook, she said, i understand yo may have more questions, this apology will continue with ellen degeneres, hillary clinton apologized for the confusion caused by the e-mails. for the most part you can see here showcased hillary clinton's personal side and seemed to target a key kons tunesy, women. >> it gets a little old. don't get discouraged. don't give in. don't quit. i actually think, i'm not asking people to vote for me because i'm a woman but i think if you vote for someone on matters, one
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of the merits i'm a woman. >> the interview taped tuesday at rockefeller center. airs thursday. a highly-publicized against the iran nuclear deal. donald trump will be there. he previewed his message in an op-ed posted overnight. calling the agreement bad, poorly constructed. trump wrote it's amateur hour for those striking this deal with iran demonstrating to the world yet again the total incompetence of our president and politicians. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. donald trump is back on the campaign trail here, right here in washington, d.c. where he's holding a rally to protest the iran deal, plenty of firepower with him, joining him is ted
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cruz as well as former vice presidential candidate sarah palin, they're expecting a pretty big turnout for that event. he spent most of his time sparring with jeb bush. he criticized bush as a candidate who makes voters fall asleep. calling him low energy. now, bush managed to hit back, he released his own video on instagram and it shows donald trump praising former secretary of state hillary clinton. donald trump gets ready to hold this big rally in washington, d.c. >> thank you so much. kentucky county clerk kim davis, free from jail, but now the open question is, whether it will stay that way, federal judge released davis said he was satisfied her deputies were
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issuing marriage licenses. >> i want to give god the glory. his people have rallied and you're a strong people. >> many republican presidential candidate are weighing in. mike huckabee stood by her as she greeted supporters and she spoke at that rally. not every candidate endorsed her refusal to issue same-sex marriage license. >> reporter: if someone goes to jail, i'm willing to go in her place. i'm tired of watching people being just harassed because they believe something of their faith. >> i don't agree with the court's decision. but i have said that i was going to accept the court's decision. >> what i would do this to woman is move her to another job.
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>> not interfere with the effort to issue the licenses or the judge said he would send her back to jail. so far davis says she hasn't said what she plans to do when she returns to work. a group of undecided of democrat senators have come out in favor of the agreement. 42 senators now back the measure. that would be enough to block a republican-led senate vote to overturn that deal. europe's growing migrant crisis now forcing the u.s. and its allies in its fight against isis. the u.s.-led coalition still faces the challenge of reach a con essential does to target isis in syria, targeting isis
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directly or the president assad. the joint staff some of the u.s. military officials, hackers penetrated part of the met work after a previous attempt failed, officials are investigating whether russian hackers were behind this breach. time for an early start on your money, big rallies in asia overnight, best day in japan in years. japanese stocks up 8%. the biggest one-day gain in eight years. a good day on wall street yesterday. the dow surged 390 points. second biggest gain in a year. tech stockses led that rally. speaking of tech, today is the big day for apple. the internet ripe with rumors about apple's next big reveal. new versions of iphone 6 and 6s.
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the biggest surprise could be a larger ipad. a size between the current ipad and the macbook, ceo tim cook said inventory. all right, now the moment you have all been waiting for, stephen colbert's debut on the late show. fans seemed to like it before he said anything, they greeted him with a standing ovation. he began his first network monologue with his comedy central character. with hello nation. >> if i knew you were going to do that i would have come out here months ago. thank you for joining me for the first episode of the late show starring stephen colbert. i am he. you're all witnessing tv
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history. and like most history it's not on the history channel. i'm so excited to be righere ri now. >> colbert's guests included george clooney. in addition to mr. clooney, jeb bush who was asked about his campaign slogan, which actually doesn't include his last name, bush. >> i have been using jeb since 1994. >> yes. >> it connotes excitement. it connotes -- >> jeb! how many of us got excited we yelled jeb! >> out of happiness or deep anger. >> the premiere episode wrapped with the new late-show band.
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>> my producer was in line, they were giving this out in line, cold brew, always refreshing. highest quality cold brew. he said he was really relaxed and had a good time. >> congratulations to him. >> we showed that clip. he knows that after nine months of one quality hour of television f he has nine months to prepare one night of quality television he'll be ovable to d it over and over again. british airways plane catches fires. passengers share their stories next. deep wrinkles look smoother. after one year, skin looks ageless. high performance skincare™ only from roc®.
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terrifying moments for passengers and crew members aboard an british airways jet in las vegas. it was powering up for takeoff when the left engine burst into flames. look at that. this is how one passenger described what happened. >> we were just getting speed to take off and just heard a big thud, i opened up the cover of
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my window and just saw flames on the engine, we suddenly start, we sat still for about a minute, just waiting to see what to do. we evacuated. >> reporter: how scary was it? >> it was pretty scary. i mean, yeah, it was more shock than anything. i don't know, yeah, it was pretty scary stuff. >> what an interview as he's being wheeled into the ambulance there. 159 passengers, 7 crew members onboard. fire officials say 14 people suffered minor injuries. injuries happened as passengers slid down emergency slides to exit the aircraft. the flames from the engine never breached the cabin. still terrifying. no word on what caused the fire. city officials in baltimore are expected to approve a settlement with the family of freddie gray, the city accepts
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all civil responsibility in the arrest and death of freddie gray back in april. this proposed settlement doesn't acknowledge any wrongdoing by baltimore police, six officers will be criminally tried separately in connection with gray's death. three suspects are still at large in illinois. following near 200 leads. at a news conference, officials said his gun was found at the scene. i was talking to authorities there friday, they said they were on the verge of a breakthrough based on a surveillance video. that's not the case. the heat wave is about to end. let's get to the meteorologist. >> look at the temperatures from tuesday. record temps shattering some records that have been standing
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for 94 years. 20 degrees above the normal. much of this september, a september to remember, the temperature trend generally into the 90s, should be in the 70s. good news as we do have a front that's cruising across the midwest, sparking some showers and thunderstorms around missouri, northern arkansas, with it, cooler air gets here some time later this week. we kind of really set this cool pattern at least for a little bit friday into saturday. look at the trend. 90 to 78. you have been dropping below average. how quickly things change by 72 degrees by week's end. your high temps, today still staying pretty toasty. 94 in washington, d.c. >> 90 in new york.
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>> it hasn't rain since 1987. my lawn has no hope all right, 18 minutes past the hour, thousands of migrants pouring into europe, government split over what to do, the european union meeting right now. major speech what the priorities of europe should be as this crisis unfolds. live team coverage, next.
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right now european leaders meeting in france to deal with
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this spreading migrant crisis. migrants breaking through police line at camps. some of the children running right out of their shoes. carrying their children on their shoulders for miles. thousands of these people now making their way on to trains bound for austria. hungarian lis are now longer checking for visas. the crisis now straining turkey. cnn has ever angle of this developing story covered. starting with fred pleitgen. they have been spreading this alarm, they're planning for years of dislocated, desperate people either for economic reasons for persecution reasons and for survival trying to get to safe haif in europe.
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>> reporter: yeah, you're absolutely right. they're planning for a major crisis of immigrants coming here to europe, that's going to last for a very long time. the big problem the european union has it's absolutely divided on this issue. of course, we see the amount of people who are in absolute misery coming to europe, they have been in hungary and vienna and austria, thousands of people pouring here into the european union and the head of the european commission just held a very important speech. he said, listen, the response europe is giving is absolutely inadequate. he said europe isn't acting as europeans. . the big problem that they have the countries higher in europe are divided. on one hand, germany are taking in a lot of refugees. on the other hand, countries like hungary and many eastern european countries who don't want to take in more migrants
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.what the head of the european commission he gave a speech where he said europe needs to do both. on the one hand, they need to distribute the refugees more fairly among the countries. not only country like germany taking in migrants. they have to do more to patrol their boarders. the immigration in the long run is more clear and is more controlled than it has in the past. the speech that he gave is one that you's very important. christ i'm, are the european leaders going to be able to come together and implement a common policy moving forward to try to alleviate some of the suffering that's going on for the people fleeing those wars in syria and iraq as well. >> fred, it's amazing the speed in which the germans have been able to accept new people, resettle them and get there on track to refugee status at least. fred, really interesting stuff.
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thank you, fred. >> it's a huge regional problem across europe, into turkey as well, syrian refugees overwhelming one port city. they're hoping to embark on what could be a dangerous boat ride to greece. ivan watson live in turkey, ivan, good morning. >> reporter: europeans concerned about the flood of migrants crossing their boarders, they better get ready because the smuggling business here in turkey is booming. the boats are leaving from the coast of turkey to islands, to a greek island, they're leading in board daylight. this smuggling operation is sophisticated and brazen. 30 people piling on these pontoon boats. what we saw in turkish port
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city, sidewalks and cafes jammed with syrians. as you mentioned, they're carrying their backpacks with belongings and plastic bags of freshly purchased life jackets that are on sale in cafes, even, advertised in arabic. the syrian refugees we talked to they're paying about $13000 for passage from syria and they're flying in a day prior from syria. the capital of da maus kus with the purpose of getting to countries like greece and germany. this is happening under the eyes of turkish police, right next to syrians, piling on to private buses to head for coastal villages. the greeks say islands are receiving from 1,000 to 3,000 new refugees and migrants a day. this is problem that is not going away.
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john? >> up 3,000 a day. on an infran structure that's already strained in greece. whole economy growing up around smuggling and getting people. it's just a dangerous situation. hillary clinton said she's sorry after months of defending her use of e-mail as secretary of state, now she's sorry, why the change? the conversation about that e-mail server. we'll tell you after the break. but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay and could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs.
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hillary clinton now says she's sorry, apologizing after months of defending her use of a private e-mail server while secretary of state. we'll tell you what's behind the sudden about-face. british airway flight erupts in flames. look at that picture. passengers onboard had to make an emergency exit. plus, stephen colbert's late-show debut, he was relaxed. he was funny. he had nine months to make this one hour of television. >> it's possible that you were sleeping but we'll show you all of the good parts. welcome back to early start. i'm john berman. >> and i'm christine romans. breaking overnight, she's sorry. while you were sleeping, hillary clinton announced something of a beginning apology tour for using her private e-mail server. in a late inform night facebook post, she said, she i understand that you may have more questions
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and i'm going to work to keep answering them. she talked to abc news and ellen degeneres. for the latest let's bring in briana kreilar. >> hillary clinton is still leading in the polls. but the trend lines are troubling for her campaign. she's been dipping and bernie sanders and vice president have been on the rise. particularly of concern these early states of new hampshire and iowa. in polls democratic voters say they actually don't really care about this e-mail controversy. but it's killing the clinton's campaign with the ability to cut through the message that resonates with voters. so, for the first time after months of resistance, hillary clinton trying to turn the corner on this by very directly apologizing. >> in retrospect, certainly, as i look back at it now, even though it was allowed, i should
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have used two accounts. one for personal and one for work-related e-mails. that was a mistake. i'm sorry about that. i take responsibility. and i'm trying to be as transparent as i possibly cannot only release 55,000 pages of my e-mails, turn over my server but i looking forward, finally, to testify before congress, something i have been asking for nearly a year. >> that's certainly a big change from what hillary clinton said on monday to the associated press. she said she didn't have anything to apologize for because what she had done at the state department using a private server, using a personal e-mail was allowed. john and christ i'm. >> brianna, thank you. on the ellen degeneres show hillary clinton apologized, quote for the use of the private e-mail server. for the most part, the interviewed showcase clinton's
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personal side and emphasized appeal and her message to women. >> i think it's just a reality that we're held to a high, different, double standard. it gets a little old to be honest. but you just forge ahead. all of these beautiful young women who are here, don't get discouraged, don't give up, don't quit. >> yes. >> i actually think, look, i'm not asking people to vote for me because i'm a woman. but i think if you vote for someone on their merits. one of my merits is i'm a woman. >> yes, yes. >> that's a really interesting sophisticated message there. one of my merits is that i'm a woman. she's basically saying, you know, look at that. look at me. i'm a woman, vote for me. >> the interview was taped tuesday at rockefeller center. it airs thursday on the ellen degeneres show. a big day planned in
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washington, highly-publicized rally against the iran nuclear deal. the rally so big donald trump will be there, other candidates past and present as well, he previewed his message in an op-ed posted overnight on "usa today." trump writes it was amateur hour for those charged with striking this deal with iran, demonstrating to the world, yet again, the total incompetence of our president and politicians. a trump presidency will force the iranians back to the bargaining table to make a much better deal. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine. donald trump is back on campaign trail right here in washington d.c. where he's holding a rally to postpone the iran nuclear deal. he'll have plenty of firepower with him. they're expecting a pretty big turnout for that event. most of yesterday, donald trump
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spent his time sparring with jeb bush. trump released a video on instagram criticizing jeb bush, saying that voters fall asleep. jeb bush hit back, it shows donald trump praising former secretary of state hillary clinton saying she would be a great person to negotiate a good deal with iran. back to you. >> all right, thank you. jeb bush laying out his tax plan, the republican presidential candidate said he will lower the tax rate. he also wants to place a one-time tax on corporate profits. he says all this could lead to 4% economic growth for the u.s. let's check the markets quickly, asian markets soared
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overnight. the big one-day gain for the nikkei since 2008. european shares, u.s. stock futures jumping after a good day on wall street yesterday. the dow adding 390 points for the second-best gain of the year. the nasdaq and s&p also up 2%. kentucky county clerk kim davis is free but it's an open question whether she will stay that way, a federal judge released davis from jail, saying he was satisfied that her deputies were issuing marriage licenses to gay couples as he ordered. davis spoke to a cheering crowd after her release. >> i just want to give god the glory, his people have rallied. and you are a strong people! >> many republican presidential candidates are weighing in on the controversy. ted cruz was there. mike huckabee there as well.
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standing by kim davis as she spoke. not e every candidate endorsed the refusal to issue same-sex marriage license. >> reporter: if someone goes to jail i'm willing to go in her place and i mean that. because i'm tired of watching people being just harassed because they believe something of their faith. >> i don't agree with the court's decision. but i have said that i was going to accept the court's decision. >> what i would do with this woman move her to another job where this isn't an oob jex for her. >> i would say this was not the right job for her. >> the judge has ordered davis not to interfere with the deputy clerk's efforts to issue these licenses to same-sex couples, the judge says if she does interfere she will be back in jail. so far she hasn't said what she plans to do. now the moment you have been waiting for, stephen colbert's debut on the late show, he was
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greeted with a standing ovation at the ed sullivan theater. he began his first network monologue with a throwback to his comedy central character and signature greeting, hello, nation. then the search for the real stephen colbert. >> if i knew you were going to do that i would have come out here months ago. thank you for joining me. you're all witnessing television history and like most history it is not on the history channel. and i'm so excited to be right here. i'm also so excited to be at home six hours from now watching this on tv. hi, me! >> his guests on the first night, george clooney, his first presidential candidate jeb bush who was asked about his campaign slogan. which doesn't include the last name, bush. >> i have been using jeb since
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1994. >> yes. >> it connotes excitement. it connotes -- >> jeb! how many of us when we got excited about things didn't just go, jeb n. >> the premier episode wrapped with the new late-show band. he was relaxed. he was funny. his whole family in the audience. big crowd of people waiting out to see him. >> he has nine months to prepare for the show. the test may be tonight and tomorrow night as he goes foward and joe biden coming up as a guest. panic aboard a plane, the plane erupts on the runway. scary. passengers will share their stories, next. you forgot the milk! that's lactaid®. right. 100% real milk, just without the lactose. so, no discomfort?
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terrifying moments for passengers and crew members onboard an british airways jet in las vegas. it was powering up for takeoff tuesday afternoon when the left engine burst into flames. listen to how one passenger described what happened. >> we were just getting speed to take off and just heard a big thud, i opened up the cover of my window and just saw flames on the engine, we suddenly start, we sat still for about a minute, just waiting to see what to do.
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then we evacuated. >> hour scary was it? >> reporter: how scary was it? >> it was pretty scary. i mean, yeah, it was more shock than anything. i don't know, but yeah, it was pretty scary stuff. >> wow, what an interview. >> he's being wheeled into the ambulance there. >> 159 passengers, 7 crew members onboard. fire officials say 14 people suffered minor injuries. most of those injuries happened as passengers slid down emergency slides to exit the aircraft. the flames from the engine never breached the cabin. still no word on what caused the fire. another passenger on that flight said it took something 90 seconds, they were sitting there, boom the doors opened, they were on the way out. >> i heard there was one runway closed. imagine coming in and seeing a plane on fire. thousands of migrants
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happening now, european leaders meeting in france to deal with the refugee crisis spreading
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across hungary. migrants breaking through police line at camps. some of the children running right out of their shoes. carrying their children on their shoulders for miles. police surrounded many of these people and returned them to the camp that they broke out of, now thousands of these refugees now making their way on to trains bound for austria. hungarians are now longer checking for visas. the crisis now straining turkey. cnn has ever angle of this developing story covered. starting with fred pleitgen. in berlin. fred? >> it's a huge crisis that europe is dealing with right now. i was in hungary and austria over the past couple of years. there was an uninterrupted flow of people coming in. over the last weekend alone, well over 20,000 refugees that made their way through those countries and ultimately want to come right here to germany, what
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the european union, the big problem is it has no common policy and at that meeting today, the head of the european commission said, listen, right now the european union is failing. he said europe isn't acting as europeans. the big problem that they have the countries in europe are divided. on one hand, germany are taking in a lot of refugees. they want the refugees to be distributed to all of the other countries as well. on the other hand, countries are very reluctant to take in more refugees, like hungary and many eastern european countries, they see this more of a border control issue. what the head of the european commission he gave a speech where he said europe needs to do both. we have to have a quota to distribute them to all european countries. we need to make sure in the long
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term, the flow of migrants to the european continent will be controlled and at least they can stay on top of things. the big question now is, are they going to come some sort common agreement and to some sort of common policy they can implement to control immigration? the people who are trying to come here to europe are not put in danger because they can't find safe ways to get here. >> fred, in berlin, thank you so much. now the turkey, refugees overwhelming one port city. carrying backpacks of their belongi belongings. hoping to embark on what could be a very dangerous boat ride to greece. our coverage continues with ivan watson. ivan, what's the scene there?
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all right, we lost his microphone. gosh, from one country to another, different reactions to the migrant crisis, different speeds in which they're trying to resettle people and harrowing, dangerous pictures -- >> like this right here. >> trying to get to europe. >> ivan is standing in turkey where people are being smuggled across the water to greek islands. the island is being flooded with up to 3,000 refugees, migrants, every day. the island can barely handle it. what ivan has been seeing is smuggling operation. >> i think we have ivan's microphone right now. what's the scene there? desperate circumstances for so many people.
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>> all right, we'll get this worked out with ivan watson soon. >> we'll be right back.
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let's get an early start on your money this morning, asian markets, big, big gains. japan, up 8%. big one-day gain in eight years. the dow surged 390. the second-biggest gain for the year. the s&p and nasdaq up more than 2% as tech stocks led the rally. lot of bargain hunting out there yesterday, people picking up stocks on the cheap. the ceo and two other executives of united airlines out. announced in the wake of an internal investigation. the governor has been examining its deals with the new york port authority. including adding a flight the
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chairman flight. >> david sampson was connected or involved, his name was mentioned in the whole bridgegate scandal. when he left the job of port authority, they canceled the chairman's flight like days after. >> it has economic, political and now air traffic ramifications. because the incoming ceo said he'll focus on making united more flier-friendly. bon jovi was set to take center next year in shanghai. but they have canceled the upcoming shows. no official word given. it may be do for bon jovi used the dalai l ashgs mshama pictur.
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years ago. >> don't mess with bon jovvi. bon jovi versus china? who do you hillary clinton now says she is sorry for using a private e-mail server while secretary of state, but is the apology too late? a british airways plane erupts in flames on the runway. passengers need to use while you were sleeping, hillary clinton seemed to announce something like the beginning of an apology tour for using her private

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