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futures barely moving. a lot happening on the street today, earnings from boeing, coca-cola and others before the bell. one stock falling, chipotle 12%. chipotle's worst growth in two years t. chain just isn't growing at the rapid speed it once was. that's because it already has a big foot print, almost doubling the number of restaurants in the last few years. also big loss yesterday, ibm had a tough day. that's why you had the dow close a little early. >> "early start" whatever show we have scheduled next continues right now. >> yes. ♪ breaking overnight, paul ryan announcing he is opened to serving as the next speaker of the house with a whom bunch of contention? what on earth is joe biden? is he about to announce he is
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running for president? a stark frequent contras. all of a sudden he is dry. what does it mean? everyone is just waiting. >> less popular in the polls than one month ago. good morning, welcome to "early start." >> it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. let's begin with the breaking news over congressman paul ryan. he now says he is willing to serve as speaker of the house, but he has conditions. he is laying out tough conditions and you know he's creating more tension on capitol hill. he is demanding support from the house republican caucus, including far right lawmakers who effectively force out speaker boehner and knicksed his heir apparent kevin mccarthy, ryan is setting a deadline, friday, two days, let's bring in none other than senior washington correspondent jeff zeleney.
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>> reporter: good morning, congressman paul ryan the republican from wisconsin served as running mate in 2012 agreed to the next house speaker. only before the condition that they come together and present a unified front ryan met last night and issued what could be described as a political pre nupttial agreement. it's time to be visionarys, not obstructionists. >> we need to move from an opposition party to a proposition party. because we think the nation is on the wrong path, we have a duty to show the right one. our next speaker has to be a visionary one. >> ryan agreed to be speaker, only if they agreed to a set of rules. ryan has a bright future and did not want to accept his position, but he was under considerable pressure to do so. ryan said he wants to know by friday if all 247 house republicans will support him. now this could be a heavy lift.
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he wants support ranging from the tea party supporters to the moderate. for house spubs, it's back to square one, by speaker boehner, he was driven out late last month. >> thanks,. another huge political question this morning, will today finally at last be the day that vice president joe biden announces if he is running for president? the answer is, who the heck knows? what we do know is that all of a sudden he is offering frequent stark contrast between himself and hillary clinton. hmm. why? so he praises hillary clinton as secretary of state, but he's been noting that he was sent in as a closer with foreign leaders. he claims he spends upwards of seven hours a day with president obama and most notably is vice president is taking deeply veiled shots, in which he counts
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the republicans among the enemies he is proud of making. >> it is possible, it is necessary, to end this notion. let's end this notion that the enemy is the other party. end this notion that it's naive to think we can speak well of the other party and cooperate. what is naive is to think it's remotely possible to govern this country unless we k. that is what is naive. it's mostly important that everybody in this room understand the other team is not the enemy. if you treat it as the enemy, there is no way we can ever, ever resolve the problems we have to and you end up with a d dysfunction that we're experiencing in washington. among the president's most
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trusted counsellors, biden seals to be altering his account of the advice he gave on the night that obama green lit the raid where osama bin laden was killed. now biden says he was in favor of the attack on bin ladin's compound. >> so as we walked out of the room and walked upstairs, i said that i told him my opinion that i thought he should go but to follow his own instinct, but it would have been a mistake, imagine if i had said in front of everyone, don't go or go and his decision was a different decision. >> so listen to what biden, though, said if 2012 about his advice to the president. >> we owe the man a direct answer. >> mr. president, my suggestion is don't go. we have to do two more things to see if he is there. >> hmm. he also did not include hillary clinton when listing officials who supported the raid. a notable omission to say the least. as for hillary clinton, her
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campaign is celebrating including the rising star, hud secretary julio castro, there are reports of officials she is listing, including mayors in san antonio have not actually endorsed her. new volleys in the ongoing feud between jeb bush and donald trump over the september 11th attacks and george w. bush, whether he actually went the company safe since 9/11, jeb bush has a 68thing op ed, let's be clear, donald trump simply doesn't know what he's talking about in his bluster overcompensates for a shocking lack of knowledge on the complex national security challenges that will confront the next president for the united states. donald trump responded overnight to fox news. perhaps softening his tone a bit. >> i respect the fact that jeb is defending his brother. i think that's good. i would do the same. >> if jeb wins the nomination, will you support him? >> absolutely, yes, i would
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absolutely support him. he's a good person. he's a good man. i would support him. >> trump signed a pledge saying he would support whoever the eventual gop is, now there are other contenders questioning whether they're for trump. trump, himself, he's in iowa campaigning. there is a republican campaign next week in colorado. >> jeb bush is a nice guy. he called him weak, soft, a leader. >> that's not always a compliment as someone two dated high school girls or boys. >> that doesn't mean anything, you want to have a good sense of humor. >> he wants to be president. democrats on the house benghazi committee are considering resuming resigning their post. congressman adam schiff of california says by staying on, he and other democrats would only lend legitimacy to a committee that in his words barely has none. sclif and fellow democrats say they plan to attend thursdays, questioning the former secretary of state to ensure protects are
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fair. canada's new prime minister justin trudeau says he will honor a pledge to end the coalition bombing campaign against isis. trudeau informed president obama of his decision to pull six canadian fighter jets from the battlefield. he will continue to provide humanitarian aid and training in syria and iraq. breaking news this morning, syrian president bashar al-assad was in moscow overnight meeting with russian leader vladmir putin. russian state media reports the two talk about military action what a kremlin spokesman called terrorist extremist groups t. u.s. expressed concern russia's main interests in syria is in defending the assad regime against rebel fighters rather than attacking isis. new details emerging about the u.s. airstrike on doctors without borders hospital in kunduz and afghanistan that killed 22 staff members and patients earlier this month. the times reports military investigators believe u.s. and afghan forces unfamiliar with
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the area and no experience working together may have directly contributed to wrong decisions leading to the attack. president obama traveled to west virginia today where he will address a critical issue for that statement. so many state's substance abuse. drug overdose deaths in west virginia are twice the national average t. president will announce federal, state and private sector commitments to ensure people struggling get the medical help they need t. goal is to get them help before they ends up in prison. >> nine minutes past the hour. let's get an early start on your monday, not great for stocks, china stocks fell more than 3%. european shares, they have been opened for a couple hours, they're lower, too, u.s. stock futures looking a little more upbeat. stocks flipped a little yesterday, dragged down be i the health care sector. by ibm. the dow is now down 3.4 ', this year. in fact, the dow has jumped 6%. you are feeling good. donald trump may be leading in
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the polls, but gambleers have money and marco rubio for scent 2016. rubio has a lead over gop rivals on predict it. an online platform, where people actually put money down for who will win the prime 5er. rubio sergement surged above jeb bush and led ever since. trump a distant third. another sign insiders don't believe trump or ben carson can win despite their strong poll numbers. interesting, people are putting money on it, on the primaries. >> in addition to the hundreds of millions of dollars donated to super packs and campaigns and the like. new questions surrounding the deadly shooting of a florida musician by a plain clothes police officer, we have new information. what are investigators saying? that's next .
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breaking overnight, a veteran new york police officer is dead. he was shot in the head while chasing a suspect overnight t. officer identified is 33-year-old randolph holder, was responding to reports of a man
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with a gun when he was shot. police say the suspect was arrested several blocks away. he is in custody, hospitalized with injury, officer holder, the fourth nypd officer killed in the line of duty during the past year. >> breaking news out of kentucky where right now an officer has been shot during a standoff with a gunman. this is happening as we speak in the town of prestonburg, a local station identifying the officer as adam dixon, saying he was shot in the chest. ne is now in the hospital, we can tell you. we do not know yet his condition t. man that shot dixon has barricaded himself inside a home. this is a developing situation we are following all of the latest on this, we will bring you more details as they come in. this morning the family of a popular drummer shot to death sunday morning by a palm beach garden police officer pleading for help, authorities say 31-year-old cory jones was struck, stuck in his car off i-95 when he was approached by an officer who thought the
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vehicle was empty. >> that officer opened fire when police say he was quote confronted by an armed subject. joe's family is asking any witnesses to come forward. >> i would like to plead to the public for help concerning my grandson, things that whichever occurred, have taken place, i would just like to appeal to them for help. >> the officer who shot and killed joan was fought wearing a body camera. his car was not equipped with a dash cam camera. we get more from elena machado. >> reporter: those who knew cory jones say they are struggling how it is this 31-year-old man ends up dead following an encounter with a police officer. this all happened early sunday morning at around 3:15. jones is on the side of interstate 95 after having car trouble. police say officer newman raja
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was on duty and dressed in plain clothes and driving an unmarked car. the officer stopped to investigate what he thought was an abandoned car on the exit ramp when police say the officer was suddenly confronted by an armed subject. so he discharged his firearm, killing jones. police say a handgun was recovered at the scene they say jones bought it three days before the confrontation. we still don't know if that handgun was fired during the shooting. the officer involved in this shooting joined the palm beach gardens police department earlier this year in april. -se now on paid administrative leave while this investigation continues. john, christine. >> all right, thanks. there was a policeman hunt in new mexico this morning for the suspect in a deadly road rage shooting on a freeway in albuquerque. authorities say two cars were traveling westbound on interstate 40 tuesday when the suspect pulled up to the other vehicle and started firing,
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hitting a four-year-old girl. >> and we will confirm that the four-year-old child has passed away and again, we are begging for the community's help. this should have never happened. this is a complete disrespect of human life and we're starting to see this throughout our nation and this is something that should not be happening. >> the child's parents were not injured. it is still fought clear what led to the attack. police have a description of the shooter, but it has not been found. federal officials are offered a $2,000 reward for information leading to an arrest following a rash of arson fires at six predominantly plaque churchs in st. louis over the last few weeks. investigators say each of the fires was set at the front doors. the six churches are within 3 miles of each other. temperatures rising, finally, along the east coast.
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let's go to our meteorologist. >> certainly indian summer, at least it feels like it. look at these temps, 60s in the morning hours around chicago, new york, also sitting in the 60s in the early morning hours, certainly not something you could see in the middle to later october. n on monday down to 36 degrees in the morning hours, we warm up to the mid-70s by afternoon. high pressure, southerly flow, for just setup. atlanta 76. washington will make it up to the mid-70s. chicago hits 76 degrees, farce rainfall, a trough, tropical moisture interacting as we head into this weekend. certainly a drought for this region, some of the models indicating a possibility of ten inches for parts of north texas. in excess of corpus christi, a flood ewent we are watching.
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look at the temperature trend, lit cool off t. mid-70s go bye-bye. we bring the low 60s back, more in line with what you expect this time of year, guys. >> still really great. thanks. new guidelines for mammograms from the american cancer society. they're now telling women to have them later and less often. the society's new recommend ache calls for annual mammograms starting at age 45 instead of 50. at 55, women are advised to cut back to once every two years t. society acknowledges one recommendation does not fit all. insisting any women that want to abide by the old guidelines should be 43 to do so. we should say, if you have dense breast tissue in your family, you should continue, talk to your the you probably need mammograms. >> it's tough, confusing information. the new york mets, the kansas city royals, oh so close to the world series.
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the cubs, proving that requested back to the future two" was a mediocre movie you never saw. >> you saw it. >> andy scholes. >> you did, too. >> tums smoothies starts dissolving the instant it touches your tongue. .
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a rough morning for cubs fans, could be another seven years before that next world series. just saying. >> oh, that is so mean. we have more on this morning's bleacher report. >> back to the future day.
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it looks like we could add one more. to the list to win the world series t. league championship series, berman, only your red sox accomplished that. wrigley was rocking last night. they're hosting a game in the nlcs the top of the 3rd, daniel murphy, mets, he is red hot. he homered in five straight games, he's got six overall in the playoffs. back to the top of the 6, tied at 2. cubs get a strikeout. sets it in. comes in to score. it should have been out of the inning. instead the mets take the lead. they go on to win by a final of 5-2 new york leads the series three games to none. the american league championship series. the royals, absolutely routed the blue jays in game four to take a 3-1 lead in that series.
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kansas city scored 14 runs on 15 hits. they win it 14 to 2. 12 runs, the largest victory in an american league post season history, it's incredible. blue jays try to bounce back from that and boy elimination later today in game five, first pitch 4:00 eastern. the mets look to sweep the cubs, it starts at 8:00 eastern on cbs. a wisconsin jewelry store owner, john henson har henson said he was racially profiled by a store employee. he claims they locked the door and called police when he tried to enter. the owner met with him and apologize apologized. i got a bone to pick with you.
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personally think "back to the future 2" was the best one, flying cars, hoverboard, and the hat, which you can buy in stores now. they did get something right for 2015. >> it is right to see you in the hat. it is worth it. this is the first time you are wrong on anything films, but it's nice. >> i disagree. >> that's awesome. >> i might. >> thanks, andy scholes. 26 minutes past the hour. breaking overnight, paul ryan. >> an awesome hat. >> it is an awesome hat. look, he may be giving republicans what they have been asking for. announcing he will serve as speaker of the house, on one condition, wait, two conditions, wait, three conditions. >> and the hat. he's demanding andy shoal's hat, too.
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breaking overnight, paul ryan says, sure, he'll be speaker of the house. but there is a bug if, a bunch of big ifs, the stunning power play on capitol hill. joe biden taking new veiled shots at hillary clinton. the contrast he's now offering between himself and his possible 2016 rival. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman, great to see you. breaking overnighting paul ryan says he will do it after saying no, no thanks, no way. the republican congressman from wisconsin who was the party's last nominee, he now says he is willing to be speaker of the house. he says it is my way or go have
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it imploding on your own. ryan is demanding unanimity, including law makers that forced out the current speaker, the heir apparent kevin mccarthy, once more, ryan set a deadline friday for everyone to see things his way. if life were only like this for me. let's go to cnn washington correspondent jeff zeleney. >> reporter: good morning, john, christine, congressman paul ryan the republican from wisconsin who served as mitt romney's running mate in 2012 has now agreed to serve as the next house speaker but only under the condition that fractured congressional republicans work together and present a unified front. now ryan met last night with republicans on capitol hill and issued what could be described a political pre nupttial agreement. he says its time to be house republicans to be visionarys, not obstructionists. >> we need to move from an
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opposition party to a proposition party. because we think the nation is on the wrong path, we have a duty to show the right one. our next speaker has to be a visionary one. >> now ryan agreed to be speaker but only if they agree to a set of rules. ryan has a bright future and did not want to accept this position. but he was under considerable pressure to do. so ryan said he wants to know by friday if all 247 house republicans will support him. now, this could be a heavy lift. he wants support from all the divided republican groups, ranging from the tea party supporters to the moderates. he'll find out on friday if he gets their backing or not if not, for house republicans, it's back to square one to replace speaker boehner, who was essentially driven out by house conservatives late last month. >> thanks for that. joe biden sharpening the contrast between hillary clinton and himself, the vice president giving no definite word on his intentions, biden is now
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straining to one up the democratic front runner, praiseing clinton as secretary of state, but noting that he was sent in as a closer with foreign leaders, claiming he spends upwards of seven hours a day with president obama and most notably the president repeatedly taking barely veiled shots at clinton's debate answer in which she counted republicans among the enemies she is proud of making. >> it is possible. it is necessary, to end this notion to end this motion that the enemy is the other party. end this notion that it's naive to think we can speak well of the other party cooperate. what is naive, it's remotely possible to govern this country unless we can. >> that is what is naive. >> it's mostly important that if
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everybody in this room under the other team is not the enemy, if you treat it as the enemy, there is no way we can ever, ever, ever, resolve the problems you have, you end up with the dysfunction that we're experiencing here in washington. it sure seems like a talking point there. he altered his point, now he says he was in favor of the attack on braud's compound? >> since he walked out of the room and upstairs, i said, i told him my opinion, to follow his own intingts. imagine if i had said in front of everyone, go or don't go, his decision was a different decision.
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>> we owe the man a direct answer, mr. president, my suggestion is, don't go, we have to do two more things to see if he's there. >> it is a notable omission to say the least hillary clinton includes rising democratic star, but there are reports that some of the officials she is listing, including mayors in delaware and san antonio, they have not actually endorsed her. >> a new volley in the and whether george w. bush bears responsibility. jeb bush writing this scathing op ed, let's be clear, donald trump simply doesn't know what he is talking about, his bluster overcompany say it's for a shocking lack of knowledge on the complex national security
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challenges that will confirm the next president of the united states. >> he softened his tone. >> i respect the fact that jeb is defending his brother. >> if jeb wins the nomination, will you support him? >> absolutely yes, i would absolutely support him. he's a good person, i would support him. >> he's a good man, soft, weak, low energy, a bunch of other things. >> a great guy, got a great sense of humor, i just want to be friends. >> he just wants to be president. today trump is campaigning in iowa ahead of next week's republican debate. new this morning, democrats on the house benghazi committee stated they might resign their post after hillary clinton testifies this week. congressman adam sclif of california says by staying on, he and other democrats would blend legitimacy to in his words have none.
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the benghazi panel say they plan to attend the questioning. >> that is stormy as secretary clinton. they are going to ensure it is fair. syrian president bashar al-assad was in moscow overnight. russian state media reported the two talked about a military action against what a kremlin spaexman called terrorist extremist groups. the u.s. expressed concern that russia's main interest in putting military troops in syria is inned theing the regime rather than attacking isis. >> president obama travels to west virginia. hef will address a critical issue. drug overdose deaths in west virginia are more than twice the national average t. president is set to announce private sector commitments to ensure people get the medical help they need t. goal the white house says is to give them help rather than end up in prison. china stocks closed down 3%. european stocks up, u.s. stock
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futures higher, too. the dow is down 3.4% now for the year and for investing icon warren buffet is worse than that. buffet likes blue chip companies that are relatively easy to understand. he doesn't want to buy shares that he doesn't know how they work. look at some of the top investments, ibm shares down 12%. coca-cola stock flat compared to its rival. even worse, look at american express, down 17%, that's buffet's fifth largest holding. procter & gamble, wal-mart down more than 30% this year the worst performer. look at howlshold names, warren buffet got them. you probably got those stocks too. >> the mattress? my portfolio. >> the portfolio. breaking news this morning, a new york city police officer shot and killed chasing a suspected robber.
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>> plus, new guidelines for women to screen for breast cancer, causing new questions and new controversy. .
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. breaking overnight, a veteran new york city police officer died in the hospital after he was shot in the head chasing a suspect tuesday night t. officer identified as 33-year-old randolph holder responding to reports of a man with a gun when he was shot. police say the suspect was
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several blocks away, he was in custody and hospitalized with injuries him holder is the fourth nypd officer killed in the last year. breaking news, an officer has been shot during a standoff with the gunman there, this is happening right now in the town of prestonburg. a local station identifies the officer as adam dixon, says he was shot in the chest. he is in the hospital. we the not know his condition right now. police say the man that shot dixon has now barricaded himself inside a home. developing right now, we will bring you the latest information as it comes in. a policeman hunt in new mexico for the suspect in a deadly road rage shooting in albuquerque. two cars are traveling westbound on interstate 40 tuesday when the suspect pulled up to the other vehicle and started firing, hitting a four-year-old girl. >> and we will confirm that the four-year-old child has passed away. and again, we are begging for the community's help.
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this should have never happened. this is a complete disrespect of human life. we're starting to see the throughout our nation and this is something that should not be happening. >> the child's parents were not injured. it is still fought clear what led to this attack. police have a description of the car driven by the shooter. >> that car has not been found mpbt police and prosecutors are pushing for a reduction, a group of law enforcement leaders includes bill brat tan. >> that will push for alternatives and an end to mandatory minimum sentences, members of the group are scheduled to meet with president obama on tuesday. new guidelines for mammograms from the american cancer society is telling women to have them later and less often. they call for annual mammograms
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at age 45 and instead of 40. at age vie, they cut back once every two years the old recommendations for routine breast exams by a doctor. the new ones say everyone can skip those, they insist any women that wants to abide by the old guidelines should be free to do so. if you have the breast cancer jean gene, if you have concerns or screenings in the past, doctors are encouraged a more aggressive screening. >> coming up on "new day." >> we will talk more about that ma'am gram change. because a lot of women talking about it and have a lot of opinions as well. we will also talk about paul ryan as speaker, if his terms
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are me. we will talk about what those are and can congress meet them? what can it mean for the gop candidates? also, tomorrow, hillary clinton will go before the house benghazi committee. we will preview what her testimony could look like, what republicans want to hear and why democrats call it all a political side show and i know my nerd friend john berman, you know what today is? >> the day we pretend we saw "back to the future 2." no one saw it. it was "back to the future 1" everyone saw. >> a terrible human being. >> i wasn't arguing about this in the break. i think it's cool. >> thank you for playing with me and engaging me. >> thank you, cool. >> can diplomacy stop the violence in israel? secretary of state john kerry involved as new attacks break
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out overnight. we will take you there live. zplmplts.
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>> steaks john kerry takes off for europe and the middle east today. he plans to meet with the palestinian president to somehow ease tensions israeli defense force announcing the arrest of hasan josef and encouraging the
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execution of israelis all this as u.n. secretary general moon arrives in jerusalem. we go live to jerusalem and bring in cnn's phil black. any hope, i ho new attacks overnight, own hope that diplomacy will pause the violence? >> reporter: hi, christine, not a lot of optimism i would say from either side, this ongoing conflict. you are right, in the early hours we herd about a new example of this violence that has been hitting this region with such frequency. in this case, according to israeli officials, palestinian approach an israeli settler community in the west bank of that disputed territory. this person was carrying a knife, warning shots were apparently fired. they were ignored as well, this palestinian was struck in the shoulder. this palestinian, according to officials there was a 15-year-old girl. so the cycle continues. this is the way it's been going
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for three weeks since the start of the month. these regular attacks or atemding to harm israelis here in jerusalem, across israel, the west bank as well, citizens, soldiers, police, they have resulted in at least eight israeli deaths. palestinians say, more than 40 palestinian people have been killed in clashes and as a direct result of these incidents as well. so a human cost that continues to mount. a violent cycle that continues with a number of these incidents, almost every single day. and so that is why we are seeing now this diplomatic effort to try and prevent it from escalating further. >> that is the fear. >> that is the message that the united nations secretary general brought here to israel when he met with the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu yesterday. in a short time we will speak with him, and the message that attempt to try and dial back this tension that is going to be carried further as well by the u.s. secretary of state john
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kerry. he wants to meet with prime minister netanyahu. they will both be in germany at some point in the next 24 hours. so there are diplomatic efforts to try and deescalate this. but on the ground here from either side, there is not a great deal of optimism that any real difference can be made in the near term, christine. >> phil plaque, thank you for that for us from jerusalem. 53 minutes past the hour. you heard it before, millennials love chipotle. wall street is not so sure this morning. is the burrito boom over? that's up next. e controlled. when a wildfire raged through elkhorn ranch, .
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all right, good morning, everybody, welcome back. let's get an early start on your more than, u.s. stock futures are up a bit right now. it is earnings season, though. we will see how things will turn out, boeing, coca-cola reporting before the opening bell. chipotle sending its stock down. the bur burrito reported 12%. it is chipotle's worst growth in two years. the change isn't growing at the rapid pace it once did because
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it already had a big foot print, almost doubling the number of restaurants in the last few years. tesla has reliability issues. >> that is the message from consumer reports. the magazine yanked its highly coveted recommendation for the tesla model s. why? drivers complained about the center consol and squeaks and leaks in the sun roof the bottom line the model s is fun to drive with great handling. great aksel rakes, but it also has some annoying technical glitches. tesla stock down almost 7% yesterday. all right, paul ryan says, sure, he'll be speaker of the house, but there is a big if. actually several conditions before he'll consider thatb jo. "new day" picks up that story now. my greatest worry is the consequence of not stepping up. >> congressman paul ryan willing to serve as speaker of the house. >> he says it is my way or go have fun imploding on your own. >> he will get enough votes. it will be a sign of unity.
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>> i expect to be out of there by the end of this month. >> he is not the enemy. >> even though he is not a candidate, he is getting candidate level scrutiny from the press. >> the best decision of my political career was to join the president. >> new guidelines from mammograms, this is very confusing and can be very frustrating for patients. >> how could less screening actually help women? >> this is "new day." >> good morning, this is "new day." it is wednesday, october 21st. 6:00 in the east. congressman paul ryan is saying he is willing to run for speaker of the house, but there is a but. all factions of his party must unite behind him by friday. now, despite all the concern about losing power, disarray within the party, unity seems unlikely at this point. >>
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there's a new cnn/orc poll out just this hour. it shows support for republicans in congress now at 74% disapproval. is paul ryan the guy to turn it around? let's begin our coverage with cnn senior political reporter manu raju. what's the latest? >> good morning, alisyn. paul ryan had no am bigs to become house speaker but agreed to put his hat in the ring to avoid further turmoil in his party. it's not done yet. ryan wants to be a unifying candidate. the question now is this, will a group of roughly 40 conservatives in the house freedom caucus who helped drive out speaker john boehner and torpedo kevin mccarthy's bid do the same to paul ryan? >> i have left this decision in their hands. >> reporter: the ultimatum is set this morning by wisconsin congressman paul ryan. >> this is not a job i've ever wanted. >> reporter: after days of hammering by house republicans seasonally bki

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