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pope francis waking up in the united states for the very first time, meeting one on one with president obama if just hours. it's just the beginning of a historic six-day visit. the race for president intensifying this morning. donald trump and ben carson defending controversial comments about muslims. hillary clinton faces questions about her state department e-mail investigation. the loss of a legend overnight yankee's hall of fame catcher yogi ber ra dies.
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it's 4:00 a.m. in the east. let's begin with this. a historic moment in walk as pope francis arrives for a six-davies i. greeted by the president and their families, the pontiff privately with the president in a symbol of the humidity that mark his papacy. -- humility that marked his papacy. he gets into a fiat. with the latest on what's ahead for the holy father, senior white house correspondent jim acosta. >> reporter: christine, it was the nation's first catholic vice president and dr. jill biden altogether greeting the pope.
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it made for an unprecedented welcome for the united states at andrews air force base. it will be a sight to behold. for starters, 15,000 visitors are expected to cram unthe white house west lawn. after they dpreet the pope, the two leaders will speak to the world and then hold a one-on-one meeting with translators in the room. the vice president joe biden will be in attendance for. that even though the president and pope are allies on issues ranging from climate change do income and equality and cuba, the white house has been very secretive about what these two palestinian discuss about thooets their meeting in the oval office. because that's because this pope can be full of surprises. i can tell you in rome last year, we asked the president whether hot button items wererise raised. he said the pope brought up immigration reform. these two leaders may have more
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business to tackle in the coming noneths as the president winds up his time in office. >> thank you. also on the pope's schedule today the cannonization of several saints. father junipera serra, he was held for california indians and forced conversion to christianity. he sees the cannonization as an opportunity to begin healing very old wounds. on thursday, more opportunity for controversy as the pope addresses a joint session of congress, the mystery there. will he bring up compliemt change, equality an other hot button issues? cnn's rosa flores has the latest from waung. >> reporter: pope francis is waking up in the united states for the very first time. this is his first trip to america. he's got an action packed day.
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he starts off at the white house with a welcome ceremony. he meets the bishops and comes to the basilica you see behind me for the canonization ceremony for the first american to be canonized. there was a papal planeress conference on the way from cuba to the united states where we were asking the pope about, you know what is he going to say on his speech before congress, the much anticipated speech before congress. he said the embargo will not be mentioned. but he did say that what happens he might speak about bilateral and multi-lateral relations agreements and how they are a sign of progress and co-existence. as for what he is actually going to say? well, we will have to wait until thursday to find out. christine, boris.
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>> okay. thanks for that. new york and philadelphia has triggered one of the largest mobile security operations in american history. jointly one u run by the secret service and fbi, it will involve federal, state and city law enforcement officer, their tasks complicated by the fact this pope wants to spontaneously reach out and interact with the huge crowds he always draws and be i the variety of locations he'll visit. >> each venue presents different challenges, an outdoor event with an indoor event. an outdoor event such as the ben parkway in philadelphia, it creates enormous challenges, we have to adapt to that. we have. we have to have structure f. you don't have structure, you have man. we have to have routes available if there is an incident we can certainly get the holy father out of the city. >> stay with c in n for the pope's visit all day long. quite a lot going on here today. we will bring you those events
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as they happen. >> another visitor, china's president touring washington state with tensions between the u.s. and china as high as they have been in years over industrial espionage, human rights, chinese encroachment and a host of other issues, xi xin pingping xinping is supposed to visit a high school he visited almost 20 years. he pledged to work with america to stop cyber crimes. turning now on the latest battle with isis and syria. u.s. officials tell cnn american commanders are proposing arms and am munition. they've had success against isis, a pentagon effort has been faltering. the syrian government confirming it has now received advanced
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fighter and recon aircraft from russia. the regime says the new planes and drones are going to target isis fighters. this as a top former general goes before a senate panel criticizing what he calls america's failure to stabilize the situation there in syria. general david petraeus arguing chaos in syria is creating an opening for russia to reestablish its empire. >> like a nuclear disaster the fallout from the meltdown of syria threatens to be with us for decade and the longer it is permitted to continue, the more severe the damage will be. >> meantime, isis cranking up its propaganda machine in apparent reaction to the syrian crisis. nearly a dozen isis videos released denounce those refugees parading the abomination of living among unbelievers, begging them to return to the caliphate. >> the senate shutdown before the october 1st deadline.
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a stop gap s to gain the budget for another ten weeks is gainingtrack. they are working on shutdown plans with other agencies just in case there is a lapse. time for an early start, asian stocks closed lower this morning. china's manufacturing activity hit a six-year low. that number rock d.c. world. european stocks look a little more upbeat. watch the auto sector, volkswagon various are falling right now. vw has lost more than a third of its value as the epigs scandals grow there. the drug that saw 5,000 percent price tag is coming down, ceo martin shkreli the focus of public outrage. some people call him the most hated man in america after his company hiked daraprim from $13 a pill to $750 a pill. now he is back tracking, he
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agreed to cut the price. he hasn't said how much or when. he says he is not being greedy as he is being accused. >> i think they have a fundamental misunderstanding of the way pharmaceutical companies operate. at this price ddaraprim is not profitable drug. >> something hillary clinton on the campaign trail yesterday said was a part of her plan to reign in sky high drug costs. you know, some have complained the specialty drug companies can buy a drug, raise the price, say that they're using it to fund research and development, but there is no way to track it. >> it's something he may have appeared to have done before as well. it's over, baseball legend yogi berra is go ahead. he helped the team win ten world championships. he was known as much for his
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>> the state department and hillary clinton at odds over how the investigation into her private e-mail server got started in the first place. the democratic front rainer claiming she was initially asked to turn over e-mails as part of a benign record keeping procedure the state department initiated the investigation as soon as it discovered clinton was exclusively using a private server in her home. the former secretary of state says she cannot explain that discrepancy. clinton also breaking her
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silence on the keystone pipeline, finally taking a position against the controversial project. >> i think it is imperative that we look at the keystone pipeline as what i believe it is a distraction from the important work we have to do to combat climate clang and unfortunately from my perspective, one that interferes with our ability to move forward to deal with all the other issues, therefore, i oppose it. >> clinton says she will be releasing a clean energy plan for the u.s., mexico and canada. this plan she says will provide jobs. donald trump the republican front runner taking heat for an anti-muslim comment at a town hall meeting. trump said it's not up for him to defend the president. he will not apologize in this interview with scott pelley. >> it was a testing moment for a
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man running for president. you never know when they're coming. here you have a bigot. >> you den know that. he asked a question. you den know he was a bigot. look, he said. >> the problem in this country is muslims. >> let me ask you this, you said, there is a problem in this country, it's muslims. i love the muslims. i have many, many, friends, people living in this billing muslims, they're phenomenal people. like everything else you have people where there are problems. we can say there is no problem, no terrorism. there is no anything, they didn't knock down the world trade center, to the best of my knowledge, the people that knocked down the world trade center you know where they owe owe they didn't fly back to sweden. >> also making an apaerns last night on "the late show" stephen colbert lamented he was off the air for much of the ascendancy of this campaign. it sound like hi he hit the wall when it comes to questions about barack obama. >> this is the last time you ever have to address the question if you hit the ball.
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okay. like salt all over my hand, so big. okay. >> i want to hear this. >> barack obama born in the united states? it's a meatball. it's hang out there. right there. come on. [ applause ] >> you want to know, i don't talk about it anymore. >> meanwhile, trump, is tweeting senator marco and rubio who has the worst voting in senate, just hit me on national security -- but i said don't go into iraq, 56. donald trump will be speaking to the african-american chamber of commerce in north charleston. >> ben carson trying to quiet te uproar over his comments on muslims. he said he did not believe muslims should be in the white house. now he seems to be softening his position. >> i don't care what a person's
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religious beliefs are or what their religious heritage is. if they embrace american culture, if they embrace our constitution and are willing to place that above their religious believes i have no problem with them. >> now, carson insists he has not changed his position on muslims. in a facebook post, he claims he could support a muslim candidate if they renounces sharia law. carley fiorina hitting the trail in south carolina, trying to hit on a strong performs in the debate t. hewlett packard ceo 2nd in the polls fighting pack from attacks from front runner donald trump. we go to myrtle beach, south carolina. >> reporter: good morning, we will add carley fiorina is rising in the poll, donald trump is going after her business record saying she sounds like a robot even saying that her voice gives him a headache.
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now, on the campaign trail in south carolina, carley fiorina says she believes this is one small sign she is starting to make donald trump sweat now that she's in the 2nd spot. here's what she said tuesday in myrtle beach. >> et might seem that donald trump is getting a little nervous. maybe i'm getting under his skin a little bit. i am happy to run on the facts of my record. as i said during the debate, all of us will be revealed over time and under pressure. and i think it's that's fair for the voters to see. >> reporter: carley fiorina admitted it is keenly aware it's not only about doing well in the debates, she has to bring something more to make that momentum stick. so she is in the middle of a three-day swing throughout south carolina.
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she will hit three cities today. the campaign says it shows off her substance. she had a national security conversation over an hour yesterday, but they also want to highlight her style and her personality. a campaign aid telling me they are eager to show she is a real person. boris, christine. >> she has seen quite a surge since that cnn debate. president obama seeing major disaster in california. the federal government will help with temporary housing and home repair. firefighters gained a massive upper hand tuesday. three people have died in the flames which erupted earlier this month. more than 1,600 homes have been destroyed. >> los angeles is taking drastic action to address the homeless problem, declaring a public emergency. the first city to do so. the president is spending $100,000 on homes and will provide more represent subsidies
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to the homeless on the streets and those in shelters. all right, about 20 minutes past the hour. europe with a new plan to deal with those thousands of refugees and migrants flooding european borders. will it be enough?
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european leaders finally meeting on the refugee crisis agreeing to release 120,000 migrants. not all countries are on board.
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nick robertson is live in brilss this morning. nic. >> reporter: that's right. normally the european union, they forced a vote, czech, slovakia, hung ago don't want to vote for bringing in these 120,000. on top of that, the european union creating unity is sewing the seeds for deeper division in the future. add on top of that, 120,000 refugees, guess what, the u.n. says so far close to half a million refugees and mike grants will be coming into europe t. pace is picking up a quarter of a million of those came in, in july and august this area. so there is a partial fix that doesn't address the scale and scope of the problem in its entirety and on top of that, undermines and underscores some
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of the divisions that exist in europe. european leaders were patting themselves on the back that they made this agreement in three weeks, remembering it took them four months to bring in 40,000 refugee the reality is to push this through to show they are united and credible as a european union. what they're doing is sewing the seeds for division in the future. >> deep, deep divisions, nic, it's clear, these leaders have different ideas on how to solve this let me ask you this, what are the eu leaders prebareing to do, you have a resettlement system that has to be put together. facilities that have to be built and organized and they need to address the root cause, the violence and instability at the heart of this in the yunts other people are leaving. >> reporter: sure. we are going to have today the leaders coming in, you have the justice minsters and interior ministers, you got british
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leaders like david cameron who met last night with the french president hollande that say, look, we have to find a political situation there. we have to put more money into the refugee camps around syria so the refugees don't leave there. angela merkel, the german chancellor has been criticized for essentially throwing opened the doors of europe saying we will take the refugee, germany now is struggling with the numbers that are arriving, but the sense was with other european leaders this was drawing and attracting people out of those refugee camps where they have sort of already got some sanctuary and drawing themself towards europe. the way they will address this in a bicker swar to, you know, address -- in a bigger way is to, you know, address it and beef off refugee camps and countries like turkey more money to help keep the refugees, essentially away from europe. >> interesting. thank you for that, nic.
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>> pope francis waking up in the united states for the first time, beginning a historic trip that takes him to the white house this morning. we'll break it down for you next. oh, look. we have a bunch of...
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>> pope francis waking up in the united states for the very first time, vet to meet one-on-one with president obama in a few hours. we will break down his his torics six-day visit. >> donald trump and ben carson, the race for president intensifying this morning. yankees hall of fame catcher
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yogi berra dice at 90-years-old. it's into is to see you this morning. >> i'm boris sanchez the first story a historic moment outside walk as pope francis arrives for a six-davies its. he was dpreeted in person by the president the vice president and their families after a raucous welcome at joint base andrews the pontiff met privately with the president and in a symbol of humility the pope climbed not into the usual limosine, instead a fiat hatchback on the drive to walk. looking pretty shoorp in there today pope francis will be holding another private meeting with the president. what's ahead for the holy father today, senior white house correspondent jim acosta. >> reporter: christine, boris, it was the symbolic moments of the presidency with the president and first family plus
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the nation's first catholic vice president and dr. jill biden altogether greeting the pope. it made for an unprecedented welcome to the united states at andrews air force base. day two of the pope's visit, it will be a sight to behold for starters, 15,000 visitors are expected to witness the pope's official arrival ceremony. after the president greets the pope the two leaders will speak to the world and then hold a one-on-one meeting with only translators in the room. >> that is all before pope francis addresses congress on thursday. vice president joe biden will be in attendance for that. the issues will range from income equality to cuba. the white house has been secrettive about what these two men will discuss in their meeting in the oval office, because this pope can be full of surprises. i can tell you after their meet income rome, we asked the president whether hot button social issues were raised. the president said the pope
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unexpectedly brought up immigration reform and the white house senior adviser telling cnn these two leaders may have more business to tackle in the coming months as the president wind up his time in office. boris, christine. >> thanks, jim. a busy day for you. also on the pope's schedule, the canonization of a new saint. father juniperoar is serra. many latinos held in enslavement and their forced conversion to christianity. others see it as an opportunity to begin healing very old wounds. on thursday, more opportunity for controversy as the pope addresses a joint session of congress. the mystery there, will he bring up climate change, economic inequality and other important issues? he has been a critic of capitalism. will he do so again? cnn's rosa flores has the latest from washington. >> christine and boris. pope francis waking up in the united states for the very first time. this is his first trip to
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america and he has an action packed day. he starts off at the white house with a welcome ceremony and bishops, and he comes to the basilica behind me for the canonization ceremony, for junipero serra. there was a papal press conference on the way from cuba to the united states. we were asking the pope about what is he going to say on his speech before congress the much anticipated speech before congress. he said the embargo will not be mentioned, but he did say that perhaps he might speak about bilateral and multi-lateral relations agreements and how they are a seen of progress and co-existence as for what he actually is going to say, well, we're going to have to wait until thursday to find out.
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christine, boris. >> rosa, thank you t. pope's u.s. tour, including washington, new york and philadelphia has triggered one of the largest security mobilizations in american history. jointly run by the secret service and the fbi the security operation will involve federal, state and city law enforcement officers. their task complicated by the fact that the pope isn't shy. he wants to be able to spontaneously reach out and interact with the huge crowds that he draws and be i the variety of locations he will be visiting. >> each venue is different and presents different challenges. an outdoor event as opposed to an indoor events. an outdoor event such as we see here on ben franklin parkway if philadelphia creates eformous challenges. we have to adapt to that. we v. you have to have structure. if you don't have structure, you have man. you have to have routes available so if there is an incident, we can certainly get the holy father out of the city. >> stay with cnn for live coverage of the pope's visit all
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day long. we will bring you econvenient as they happen. china's president, touring the states, a week long trip to the u.s., tensions between these two big commission are as high as they have been in years a. long list of concerns among u.s. officials, industrial espionage, human rights, chinese encroachment in the south chosen sea, a host of other issues. today president xi xinpeing wil visit a boeing company. companies will by a 300 boeing planes. it's common before a big week long trade politician to announce a big deal to get it really going. president xi will take demos and visit a high school in ka coma. he gave a speech to 600 business leaders. some have been concerned about intrekttual property theft and barriers they say of doing bes
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in china. the chinese president pledging to work with america. says china is opened for business and pledged to stop cyber crimes. turning now to the latest on the battle against isis in syria. the u.s. official telling cnn american commanders are proposing to provide arms and ammunition to a coalition of up to 5,000 anti-isis syrian rebels. the group known as the arab coalition has had recent success against isis and at the same time the pentagon effort to equip modern syrian rebels has been faltering. meantime the government confirming it has received advanced fire and recon aircraft from russia t. assad regime says the planes and drones are enhancing its ability to target isis flyers. this as a top general goes before a senate panel criticizing what he calls america's failure to stabilize the situation in syria. general david petraeus arguing chaos in syria is creating an opening for russia to reestablish its empire.
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>> like a nuclear disaster, the fallout from the meltdown of syria threatens to be with us for decades and the longer it is permitted to continue, the more severe the damage will be. >> meantime, isis cranking up its propaganda machine in aparent reaction to the syrian refugee crisis. nearly a dozen videos released denounce the refugees, calming them unbelievers, beging them to return to the isis caliphate. time for an early start on your money. let's look at asian stocks that closed down. china's economy is slowing down. . >> volkswagon shares are falling still. volkswagon has shed more than a third of its value this week. an emission scandal there grows. big questions about how far up this went. and even with all these
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apologies from a company executives, still investors are just getting hammered there on vw shares. okay, the drug that saw that 5,000 percent price hike overnight coming being down t.cea martin shkreli he became the face of public outrage after his company raised the price of daraprim from $13 to $750 a pill. he was the focus of outrage. some calling him the most hated ceo in america. now he's backing down. >> we have agreed the lower the price to a point that is more affordable and is able to allow the company to make a profit and a small profit. we think these changes will be welcomed. >> a controversial ceo in the spotlight. his business background. he hasn't said how much lower, but clearly a lot of people will be watching to see the follow through. >> he is no stranger to controversy. he is being sued from a previous
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employer for allegedly swindling money from him. >> he is a 32-year-old hedge fund manager, self-taught in business. really amassed a fortune, quite frankly, now is coming under a lot of scrutiny for raising the price of the drug. an important and small but important drug. now he issed theing it. sad news, baseball legends yogi berra has passed away. the hall of fame catcher played 17 seasons for the new york yankees also was a manager helping the team win ten world series championships. he is known for his humerus quotes as his on field achievements. his two most famous probably it ain't over until it's over and it's deaf ja have yit's de ja v again. if you get to a fork in the road take it. one of many. >> donald trump and ben carson refusing to back down from their
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>> the state department and hillary clinton at odds over how the investigation into her private e-mail server got started in the first place. clinton says she was initially asked to turn over e-mails as part of a benign record-keeping procedure. the walk post reports the state department initiated the investigation as soon as it discovered clinton was exclusively using a private server in her home. the former secretary of state
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says she cannot explain the discrepancy. clinton is taking a position now against the controversial pipeline projects. >> i think it is imperative we look at the keystone pipeline as what i believe it is, a distraction from the important work we have to do to combat climate clang and unfortunately from my perspective one that interferes with our ability to move forward to deal with a the other issues, therefore, i oppose it. >> clinton says she will be releasing a plan for a clean energy agreement between the u.s., mexico and canada in the next few days, a plan she says will create jobs. donald trump refusing to back down. the republican front runner taking heat for a comment from a sporter at a town hall meeting. trump says it's not up to him to defend the president. insisting he won't be
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apolleyesing. >> reporter: it was a testing moment for a man running for president. >> i don't think so. >> you never know when they're coming. >> i don't know. >> you could have slapped down. >> he asked a question. you don't know he was a bigot. >> muslims. >> let me ask you this. you said there is a problem in this country that's muslims. all right. i love the muslims. i have many, many friends, people living in this building, muslims, they're phenomenal people. like everything else you have people where there are problems. now, we can say there are no problems with the muslims, there is mo problems, no terrorism. there is no anything. they didn't knock down the world trade center. to the best of my knowledge the people that knocked down the world trade center, you know where they owe owe they didn't fly back to sweden. >> trump also making an appearance last night on the "late show" with stephen colbert. it still sounds like he's hit the wall when it comes to questions about the president. >> this is the last time you ever have to address this question if you hit the ball. okay. there is like sauce all over my hand, this meatball is so big?
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i want to hear this one. >> barack obama, born in the united states? was he? it's a meatball it's thrown out there. right there. come on. zplp i don't talk about it anymore. >> hmm. meanwhile, trump is turnening up the attacks on marco rubio tweeting senator marco rubio, amnesty rubio who has the worst voting record in senate, just hit me on national security. but i said don't go into iraq. 56. trump will be campaigning today in south carolina, he will be speaking to the african-american commerce in charleston. ben carson trying to calm an uproar, he said he did not believe a muslim should be in the white house after a slam by fellow republicans, he seems to be softening that position. >> i don't care what a person's religious beliefs are or what their religious heritage is.
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if they embrace american culture, if they embrace our constitution and are willing to place that above tear religious believes i have no problem with them. >> he says he insists that's not a change in position, in a facebook post, he claims he could support a muslim candidate if that candidate renounces sharia law. europe with a new plan to deal with thousands of refugees and migrants flooding the border, but will it be enough? we have a live report after the brake. oh, look. we have a bunch of...
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. >> european union leaders finally meeting on the refugee crisis, agreeing to resettle 120,000 migrants. as you can imagine not all countries are on board, nic robertson is live in brussels, belgium, this morning, good morning, nic. >> reporter: good morning, boris, what you have here the hungarians, czechs, slovaks all voted against this move by the european union. they were essentially overruled. it was forced through. this is unusual t. european union tries to do things by consensus. they feel the pressure of time on the european union to make a quick decision that patted themselves on the back, they managed to agree to this 120,000 in a space of three weeks. it had taken them four months to agree eto'o 40,000 refugees earlier this year. but the reality is, there is
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120,000. it doesn't go close to addressing the scale of the problem. we heard this morning from the interior minister in croatia who said in the last 24 hours alone, yesterday, croatia took in another 8, 750 refugees. what europe agreed lear is really a measure not going to solve the issue and increases the divisions that exist in the european union at the moment, boris. >> nic, thank you. >> 53 minutes past the hour. the iconic birthday song in a heated legal battle. what this means for your next birthday party coming up. . oh, look. we have a bunch of...
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hi there. christine romans, let's get an early start and your money, asian stocks closed down after china's manufacturing activity hit a sings-ier low. european stocks have been trading a couple hours now. watch the auto sector, though,
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volkswagon shares recovering a bit from early losses, vw shed more than a third of its value this week from this growing emissions scandal arc scandal really just rocking the stock in the company. u.s. stock futures bouncing. yesterday the dow fell 180 points thanks, to ongoing global growth concerns. here's a terrifying statistic for you this morning, 30 million americans tapped into tear retirement savings for mortgages this year. that's according to a brand-new study from bank rate. even more alarming, 21 million americans are not saving for retirement at all. here's the silver lining in those terrifying stats. millennials were the left likely to dip into their funds and most likely to say their financial position has improved over last year. the next time you sing happy birthday song, you won't have to worry about a legal battle a. federal judge ruled that
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warner/chappell's music is not liam. >> that frees it from copywrite t. company has earned more than $2 million a year in fees for that song. that's over since a documentary film maker facing a $1,500 bill for using the song. it's pretty certain the company will appeal that ruling. >> they are making quite a bit of money on a song that everybody sings. >> you'd think it was a part of the public domain. >> "early start" continues right now. ♪ pope francis waking up in the united states for the very first time, meeting one on one with president obama in a few hours. this is just the beginning of a story, his six-day visit. >> the race for presidency defending controversial comments about muslims. as hillary clinton faces new questions about her state department e-mail investigation. and the loss of a legend overnight yankees a hall of fame
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catcher yogi berra dies at 90-years-old. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm boris sanchez, it's 5:00 a.m. on the east coast. we start with a historic moment outside walk as pope francis arrive force a six-day visit. he was greeted in person by the president the vice president and their families. the pontiff greeted by a raucous welcome at joint base andrews, then in a symbol of humility that marked his papacy the pope climbed into not the usual limosine, they got his fiat hatchback for a drive to walk. you won't catch him riding dirty. today pope francis will be welcomed with a white house ceremony and also for the one-on-one private meeting with the president. with the latest on what's ahead for the holy father, senior white house corresponnt

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