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low on that news. we will hear from goldman sachs and citigroup before the bell. a restaurant taking on the minimum wage issue. danny meyer getting rid of tipping. he wants to even the pay gap. the museum of modern art restaurant will get rid of tips. meyer says some menu prices will rise, but the impact on the diner will not be significant. the idea of paying people for gratuity is a skill. >> it will go to the other retailers. everybody has a different opinion. >> if everyone is paid fairly, that is the outcome. "early start" continues right now. the race for president
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intensifying. hillary clinton and bernie sanders campaigning late into the night. this week's debate causing a shift in strategy. is donald trump sexist? his daughter ivanka answers that question in a cnn exclusive. breaking overnight. computers crashing across the country at airports. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm alison kosik. >> nice to have you here. i'm christine romans. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. let's begin with hillary clinton. capitalizing with a series of campaign events in las vegas. last night at her very first large rally in months, clinton basked in afterglow. >> i am thrilled that people finally got a chance to compare the democrats to the republicans. and i think we came out of that pretty well. >> with more on the clinton
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campaign, senior correspondent brianna keilar. >> reporter: good morning, alison and christine. hillary clinton making post debate campaign stops in nevada and courting key constituencons. she picked up an endorsement of a key union and she stopped at a mexican ice cream shop. she spoke about joe biden as he contemplates a run for the white house as this first debate is over. >> i'm going to continue to run my campaign and make my case for my candidacy and everyone else, whether they're in or not in, will have to make whatever judgment is best for them. i will repeat what i have said to you many times. i have the greatest respect and
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affection for the vice president. he and i are friends. we were former colleagues in the senate. he needs to decide what is best for him and his family. >> reporter: hillary clinton's next stops are in san antonio, texas. she goes to new hampshire on friday and alabama on saturday as she tries to gin up support. >> thank you, brianna keilar. and bernie sanders' campaign is trying to pivot from big rallies by adding smaller events aimed at persuading voters sanders can win all the way to the white house. cnn's sunlen serfaty is with sanders on the campaign trail in los angeles. >> we will get that report from her in a few moments. donald trump stirring controversy on the malaysia
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airline flight 17. whether russia bears the blame for the jetliner shot down over ukraine. dutch investigators say pro russian separates used a russian made rocket to bring down the plane. trump says that is not enough evidence and it is time to move on. >> you said today there is no way to know for sure if russia was behind shooting down mh-17. that is not what the intelligence shows. what would make you say that? >> you know what? that's a horrible thing that happened. it is disgusting and disgraceful. putin said he did not do it. the other side said they did. putin knows who did it. possibly it is russia. >> some people are worried you are defending russia. >> i think it is despicable and horrible. they deny it totally. they don't say what was it or where it came from.
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nobody knows. i'm sure reports will be done. maybe some day we'll find out. right now russia is denying it. >> meantime, ivanka trump is talking about the biggest issue hanging over her dad's campaign. in the interview with poppy harlow, she talks about the comments. she says the furor has been orchestrated largely by the media. >> my father's very blunt and direct. he is not gender specific in his criticism of people and people that he doesn't particularly like or people that he does like, but thinks they're wrong on a particular issue. i don't think he is gender targeted at all. like i said, i would not be the person i am today. i wouldn't be a high level executive within his organization if he felt that
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way. he's always supported and enc e encouraged women. he has proven that through his employment practices and hiring practices. >> i suspect you will see more of her on the campaign trail. she is an asset, well spoken. working mother. successful. interesting. she told the crowd yesterday why do they talk about working women and not talk about working men? there is an unfortunate anomaly. she says he's unbelievable leader and unbelievable father. only really great things about her father. >> the interview that poppy harlow did, go to cnn's web site. i watched the whole thing. >> really interesting. jeb bush is about to become the first republican presidential candidate to release the names of fund-raise fund-raisers bundling contributions to his campaign.
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they are defined as donors that give $17,500. that is a lower threshold than hillary clinton. she is defining them as a minimum of donations of $100,000. carly fiorina trying to reignite her campaign with a three-day visit to iowa. she will host a series of town halls and chili cookoff. she raised $6.8 million in the third quarter. and rubio is hoping to profit off scott walker's departure from the race. meeting with more than a dozen of walker's top fund-raisers on wednesday. winning the donors could make or break his campaign. he was only able to raise $6 million last quarter. ben carson taking a break from campaigning. he will promote his book, "a more perfect union."
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making stops in the midwest. he will appear as a candidate again on october 28th. the date of the next gop debate. and bernie sanders shifting his debate strategy. cnn's sunlen serfaty is on the campaign trail in los angeles. >> reporter: for the moment, bernie sanders is really trying to capitalize on the debate through momentum and money. they are touting about the $2 million they raised since the debate performance. in los angeles, held fund-raisers and raising additional $160,000 for the campaign. and speaking out where he specifically went out of his way to reference all this money they raised and specifically that moment where he spoke out about hillary clinton's e-mails. that got a big reaction from this crowd. >> i'm tired of hillary's
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e-mails. let's talk about real issues. >> reporter: today, bernie sanders will make an attempt to show his softer side. he does appear on ellen. he assi says he has the best ha all of the candidates. he is showing a bit the color and softer image on the campaign trail. the campaign will have a small shift in strategy in the events coming up. we will see bernie sanders in addition to the big rallies that have defined the early start of his campaign. we will see him in small, intimate settings. that starts this weekend with a swing through iowa. christine and alison. >> thanks for that. it appears that president obama is rethinking his plan for pulling almost all of the u.s. forces out of afghanistan by the end of the year next year. there are currently 10,000 u.s. troops in afghanistan.
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the president's original plan called for whittling down that number by 1,000 by the time he leaves office. now the administration is expected to keep 5,500 troops there by the end of 2016. that is because of the resurging taliban and growing threats from isis and al qaeda. just last month, the taliban overran the city of kunduz. now officials are worried more cities could fall. taliban targeting the city of ghazni. long lines and flight delays for millions of air travelers on wednesday. all caused by a glitch in the homeland security system. u.s. customs and border protection says the program that matches passenger name ws with terror watch list was down. it was down 90 minutes.
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it caused back ups in new york and boston and atlanta. good start to stocks around the world. shanghai up 2%. european and u.s. stock futures are pointing higher. the dow down 157 points. s&p and nasdaq down. disappointing start to the earnings season. focus on walmart. strong dollar and the phased in wage increases are eating into profits. the stock plunged a stunning 10% to a three-year low on news. the worst percentage loss in decades since 1988. walmart says profit could drop between 6% and 12% next year. it is under pressure to raise wages. it raised wages up to $9 an hour last year. walmart facing competition from target and amazon. walmart investing to catch up online. walmart's bad news following a
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weak sales report of target and kohl's and sears. >> amazon is a force to be reckoned with. >> walmart is down this year. amazon up. >> walmart trying to play catch up. new information this morning on loeamar odom's condition. khloe kardashian's husband. we will hear from the brothel where elapsed. oh, good, because he goes through data like crazy. oh! there's my boy... he goes through data like crazy? yeah, yeah. data, streaming, texting, emailing, loves watching football games. oh yeah? who's your favorite team? he texts, he doesn't talk. that would be weird. get an iphone at at&t and get 50% more data. and right now get $300 credit for every line you switch. 40% of the streetlights in detroit,
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lamar odom fighting for his life this morning in a las vegas hospital. former nba and reality tv star was found unconscious in a brothel in las vegas. the owner says he had been staying there for a few days. >> everything was fine until tuesday morning. they last saw him at 6:00 in the
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morning when they went to do things and he had been sleeping. my staff took food in to him around noon. he was sleeping then. the girls came back at 3:15 and he was unconscious foaming from the mouth. >> workers at the love ranch say odom was taking cocaine and using drugs to enhance sexual performance. something later confirmed by police. >> the reporting parties informed the sheriff's office dispatch that the male had been using cocaine. they confirmed his usage on saturday, but unsure if it had continued to the weekend. they informed dispatch that he used up to ten tabs of sexual performance enhancer supplements over the last three-day period. >> odom said to be still unconscious. he is on life support. his estranged wife khloe
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kardashian is by his bedside. and upstate new york church is now a crime scene this morning. a teenager was beating by church members and four other church members. authority say the session was designed to get the teens to confess their sins. neighbors say they had their suspicions about the place. >> they don't make noise. you don't see them. we know there's people living in there, but you don't know what's going on in there. you don't know any of their names. they don't talk to you. they are systematic about how they come and go. one person standing at the door of the church and one person standing at the gate. >> the victims' parents, bruce and debra leonard, arrested and charged with manslaughter. four other church members in custody facing assault charges. breaking overnight.
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will drop 15 to 20 degrees in a few places. in northern new england, 55. it makes it to 50 degrees. that is the temperature across boston. 10 to 13 degrees below what it is this time yesterday. the cooling trend is in place. look at the cool air. cold air settles in as we head in from saturday into sunday. in fact, some high elevation snowfall is possible. on the lighter end. some areas of northern new england could have a couple inches of snowfall saturday into sunday. scattered showers today. the vast majority on the dry side as the large area of high pressure is establishing itself. temperatures in the near 60s is what you would expect for this time of year. you take your high temperature and go up into the mid-90s in little rock. temperatures in the 60s in the northeast. significant cooling ahead of us here. >> thank you, pedram. a wild night in toronto.
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>> good morning. the seventh inning with the blue jays and rangers was the crazy inning in baseball history. i'm not exaggerating. the top of the seventh. runner on third for the rangers. trying to throw the ball back to the pitcher. russell martin hits choo's bat. the run comes in. it was ruled a dead ball. after the umpires got together, they called it a run. that was the right call. the fans in toronto were upset. starting throwing stuff on the field. some throwing beer cans from the upper deck. players pleading with the fans to stop. we go to the bottom of the seventh. they fall apart. committing three straight errors to load the bases. the game tied at 3-3. jose batista with a bomb and does a bat flip.
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the inning took 53 minutes. the blue jays come out on top, 6-3, to advance. the other do-or-die game five was not as exciting. johnny cueto with five strikeouts. and royals won it, 7-2. they play the blue jays. game one is friday night. and don't forget, you can catch game five of the dodgers and mets tonight at 8:00 eastern on tbs. winner will play the cubs in the nlcs on saturday. and kyle swrabber's home run ball will stay on top of the scoreboard. the team will keep the ball
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there and enclose it in a glass case. the team will decide after the season if they keep it there long term. christine, you know the cubs fans are superstitious. if they win the world series, that ball will never leave that spot. >> it is time for new traditions at wrigley field. hitting balls like that. this team of hitters. these are the new traditions we need at wrigley. let's not talk about it too much. i don't want to jinx anything. can't wait. thank you, andy. hillary clinton and bernie sanders campaigning late into the night. tuesday's debate is causing candidates to shift their strategies in interesting ways. we have that next.
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hillary clinton and bernie sanders both campaigning late into the night. what they're saying this morning about tuesday's debate and why it is causing some candidates to change their strategy now. a cnn exclusive. ivanka trump opens up about her father and comments about women. and computers crashing across the country. thousands of passengers are stuff this morning. what we are learning this morning about your trip to the airport ahead. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm alison kosik. we start with hillary clinton capitalizing on the momentum from the debate. we start at first large rally in
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months. clinton basked in debate afterglow. >> i'm thrilled that people finally got a chance to compare the democrats to the republicans. >> we learn about about hillary clinton's campaign with cnn's brianna keilar. >> reporter: she is courting key constituencies in the state. she picked up an endorsement of a key union and a shop which specializes in mexican ice cream. she spoke about joe biden as he contemplates a run for the white house as this first debate is
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over. >> i'm going to continue to run my campaign and make my case for my candidacy and everyone else whether they are in or not in will have to make whatever judgment is best for them. i will repeat what i have said to you many times. i have the greatest respect and affection for the vice president. he and i are friends. we were former colleagues in the senate. i think he needs to decide what is best for him and his family. >> reporter: hillary clinton's next stops are in san antonio, texas. she will go on to new hampshire on friday and alabama on saturday as she tries to gin up enthusiasm after her debate in las vegas. christine. >> brianna, thank you. bernie sanders riding momentum from the debate this morning. at the same time his campaign is pivoting on focusing on big
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rallies and focusing on smaller rallies that can win all the way to the white house. we have more from sunlen serfaty. >> reporter: good morning, christine and alison. for the moment, bernie sanders is trying to capitalize on the debate performance through momentum and money. he is building off the $2 million that his campaign has been out touting that they raised since the debate performance and here in los angeles held a pair of fund-raisers raising $160,000 additionally for the campaign. he specifically went out of his way to reference all this money they raised and specifically that moment where he spoke out about hillary clinton's e-mails. that got a big reaction from the crowd. >> i am tired of hillary's e-mails. let's talk about real issues. >> reporter: today, bernie sanders will make an attempt to
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show his softer side. we got a look at his interview with ellen today. he does dance. he says his favorite song is "staying alive." he says he has the best hair of all of the candidates. this is an area showing a bit of color and softer image on the campaign trail. the campaign will have a small shift in strategy in the events coming up. we will see bernie sanders in addition to the big booming rallies that have defined the early start of his campaign. we will see him in a small, intimate setting. that starts with a two-day swing through iowa. thanks for that. donald trump stirring controversy on the malaysia airline flight 17 and if russia is to blame for the airliner shot down over ukraine. now the investigators say the pro russian separatists used a russian made rocket killing all
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aboard. >> russia, you said today there was no way to know if russia was behind shooting down mh-17. that is not what the intelligence shows. >> you know what? that is a horrible thing that happened. it is disgusting. putin and russia said they did not do it. the other side said they did. nobody knows who did it. >> i think some people might be worried you are defending russia. >> i'm not defending russia. it is despicable. it is horrible. they deny it totally. they don't say what was it or where it came from. nobody knows. i'm sure reports will be done. maybe some day we will find out. right now, russia is denying it. >> trump's daughter ivanka taking on a controversy over her father's campaign. she dismisses tension given to
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her father's comments about women and their looks. she says the furor has been in her words quote orchestrated largely by the media. >> my father is blunt. he is very direct. he is not gender specific of criticism in his people or people he doesn't like or people he does like but are wrong on a particular issue. i don't think he is gender targeted at all. like i said, i would not be the person i am today. i won't be a high level executive within his organization if he felt that way. he is always supported and encouraged women and truthfully he has proven that through his hiring practices. >> she said she doesn't want to talk about his policies. he can talk about his policies. she can talk about him as a boss
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and father. she did not want to weigh in over the megyn kelly controversy. she said that did not interest her. >> she doesn't want to stir is up more. >> to be orchestrated by the media is interesting. she says he is blunt. he is blunt. he orchestrates the reaction. orchestrated by the media, she will get argument. moving on. jeb bush about to become the first candidate to release the names of fund-raisers bundling contributions to the campaign. bundlers are supporters who collect contributions to a candidate from dozens of friends and business associatassociates. he is defining them as donors who raise $17,600. the threshold is so low, it is difficult to identify them.
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it appears president obama rethinking his plan for pulling all forces out of afghanistan by the end of the year. there are currently 10,000 troops in afghanistan. the president wanting to whittle that down to 1,000 by the time he leaves office. now the administration is keeping 5,500 troops there by 2016. that is due to the growing threats from isis and al qaeda. just last month, the taliban overran the city of kunduz. now more key cities could fall. they are targeting the city of ghazni. now the taliban offensive was miles away before being pushed back. a glitch in homeland security's computer system
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have to wait. a judge striking down the ordinance to raise the city's minimum to $11 an hour by 2018. that would happen in stages. we have seen the federal minimum wage has not changed in years. what we have seen are the states and locations doing it. a real legal challenge in st. louis. >> never a smooth process. we are getting new information on how lamar odom ended up in the hospital. what police and one brothel owner are revealing about khloe kardashian's husband next. talk to farmers and see what gaps could be hiding in your coverage. ♪ we are farmers bum - pa - dum. bum - bum - bum - bum ♪
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lamar odom fighting for his life in a las vegas hospital this morning. the former nba and reality tv star found unconscious in a nevada brothel. the owner said odom had been staying there several days. >> everything was fine until tuesday morning. they last saw him at 6:00 in the morning when they went to do things. my staff took food in to him about noon, which he was sleeping then. the girls came back at 3:15 and he was unconscious foaming from the mouth. >> workers at the love ranch say odom was using cocaine and taking drugs to enhance sexual performance that police later confirmed. >> the reporting parties informed the sheriff's office
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dispatch that the male had been using cocaine. they confirmed his usage on saturday, but was unsure if it had continued to the weekend. they informed dispatch that he used up to ten tabs of sexual performance enhancer supplements over the last three day period. >> odom is said to be unconscious. he is on life support. his estranged wife khloe kardashian at his bedside where she is making medical decisions. let's switch gears and see what is coming up on "new day." michaela pereira joins us. >> heart breaking news about lamar odom. he was a big part of the laker franchise. we are sending prayers his way. we will talk more about all that today on "new day." good morning to my two friends there. we are also looking at a big boost for hillary clinton's campaign. a day after the democratic debate. another republican congress member says the benghazi committee was designed to target her. how will this affect clinton on
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the trail? what does it mean going into her testimony before the benghazi panel? we will look at that. also donald trump going after rivals last night. this is new cnn/orc polls put him ahead of ben carson by double digits. we will hear from his daughter, ivanka trump. you will hear what she says about the controversial comments about women and more topics. that's ahead. >> we played a bit of that interview with ivanka trump. getting a lot of feedback online about what people think. >> people on twitter not happy about what they are hearing. thank you, michaela. >> new attacks in israel. the u.s. now getting involved as violence is escalating. we are live next.
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the white house is stepping in to try to stop a wave of deadly violence with palestinians and israeli. secretary of state john kerry will travel to the region and meet with prime minister benjamin netanyahu and palestinian president abbas. in the meantime, thousands of soldiers are fanning out across the country in response to escalating attacks against israelis. police are building checkpoints
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to close off certain neighborhoods. let's go live to cnn's erin mclaughlin. is there any interest of abbas is coming out to condemn the lone wolf attacks to try to create some calm here? >> reporter: alison, he has yet to condemn the attacks. in the past, he has made these calls for deescalation. the fact is palestinians and israelis are afraid. people here are on edge. an example of that is an incident that happened on board a train to haifa. a group of soldiers thought they saw something suspicious and called out terrorist on the train. everyone was taken off the train and train searched. they found nothing. it highlights the level of anxiety that people are feeling. the violence continues.
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yesterday, there were two separate attacks. one outside the damascus gate entrance to the old city and the other at a bus stop. both stabbing attacks. in both cases, people were killed by israeli forces. this despite heavy security and increased police officers in jerusalem and soldiers patrolling alongside police. more security guards at public transportation stations. yet, the violence persists. it is unclear what any leader can do to stop the violence. >> and that is one of the big issues there. erin, thank you. the end of dinner ritual. trying to figure out the tip. leaving the tip for the waiter. how would you feel the next time you eat out and not leave a tip? a new trend. an early start on your money.
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welcome back. let's get an early start on your money. shanghai closing up 2%. u.s. stock futures up. it was a bad day on wall street.
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the dow plunged 157 points. a disappointing start to earnings season and walmart really the standard. the strong dollar and wages increases are eating into its profits. the stock a stunning 10% decline. a three-year low on the news. you have not seen a move like this from walmart since 1988. we hear from goldman sachs and citigroup before the bell. one of the most prominent restauranteurs taking on tipping. danny meyer wants to get rid of tipping. the museum of modern art will get rid of tips. the change will happen for the rest of the restaurants next year. some menu prices will rise, but the effect will not be significant on your overall bill. interesting. others are saying the idea of paying someone for their job based on a gra ftuity.
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>> good to be home. good morning, welcome into "new day." thursday, october 15th. 6:00 eastern. we do begin with breaking news. this just in. president obama will announce that u.s. troops are remaining in afghanistan longer than planned. for weeks, we've been reporting on the significant advance that the taliban is making on the ground. the situation there is fragile, at best. the life and death concern is what is the mission for u.s. troop. >> for 2015, the president promised to get u.s. troops out of afghanistan. what does this turnaround mean. let's get to joe johns live at the white house with breaking details. what have you learned, joe? >> reporter: well, alisyn, this is an admission that the terror threat remains and is likely not to be diminished that much, by the time president obama leaves office in 2017. he had planned to reduce the force there to as much as just 1,000 military personnel. but apparently, that is not
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going to happen. the plan, we're expecting to hear from the white house later today, is that the force in afghanistan, around 9800 military personnel, expected to stay there through 2016. and then in 2017. around the time president obama is leaving office, down to just about half of that. a number of reasons for that including the training and equipping of friendly forces on the ground in afghanistan. nato forces there in that country, as well as simply the threat that we've seen seen more and more of the taliban in afghanistan raising its head, as it were, in that country. that announcement expected to come from the white house, sometime today. this is a big reversal for the white house. but it say tacit admission that the mission is not finished in afghanistan. back to you. >> not

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