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take a listen. russia is strongly denying that claim. putting forward the rescued pilot. he told reporters, there were no warnings, not via the radio or visually. for the latest, let's bring in cnn's ian lee live in istanbul. ian, you have russia promising not to go to war over the downed fighter jet, but going after an area in syria where there are the turkey-backed rebels. what is russia's end game in all this? >> reporter: it really seems like, alison, that russia is going to punish turkey on their interests inside syria. this area in syria has ethnic turkman. this has been a sense an area which is sensitive for the
turks. russia said they were bombing an isis target there. that was very disengenious. you have the tense situation. you also have russia with the very advanced surface-to-air missiles with the range of 250 miles. latakia air base and the downing of the plane is only 50 miles. they are sending fighter jets to ensure the situation. very intense situation. >> ian, it is akin to the military response by russia. russia sending a non-military response. strengthening controls on goods from turkey. is this a good idea? this will escalate it one more notch. >> reporter: that is right. these are punitive measures by
russia from turkey. you have to look at it. russia is their second largest trade partner. turkey is 60% of the natural gas from russia. any measures puts a squeeze on turkey. i was on the street yesterday talking to people. they said this is what worries them most. especially with it being winter. they don't want to see their gas reduced or cut off. russia is advising their people not to come to turkey as tourists. russia sending a couple million tourists to turkey every year. this is hitting turkey in the pocketbook as well. >> russia playing a dangerous game. ian lee, thank you. the angry words are russia and turkey come as vladimir putin and president francois hollande meet this morning. hollande will try to persuade putin to go all-in on the fight against isis. the downing of the russian jet
complicates that effort. french lawmakers voted 325-0 to continue air strikes against isis. max foster is in paris. let's turn to him now. max, we know president hollande will try to persuade putin to back down on the fight against bashar al assad. will he really back away? >> reporter: not today, no. that will be a tough challenge. president putin is standing by president assad. away from the political future of syria which is not resolved today or anytime soon in terms of the way the globe sees the future. president hollande will try to find the way to get russia and the u.s. air strikes coordinated. earlier in the week, president
obama said he will not work with russia as long as russia is attacking non-isis targets in syria. that is where president hollande will focus the efforts today. speak to president putin and if there is any way to work it so you are only striking isis targets. then we can get all of the coalitions working together. it is a tough call. french officials here are playing down any sort of expectation of progress today. it is a bit complicated by the shooting down of the russia plane. >> max, it has been almost two weeks since the attacks in paris. there are two on the run. anything new on the search for them? >> reporter: there really isn't. we don't know where these two men on the run are. the longer it is, the more countries getting involved. frightening to think they are still out there. they must be hidden by someone.
the french investigators are going into the deep background of the individuals. they discovered the driver involved, driving the attackers around. they don't know how he got back. they are trying to track that. it shows six of the paris attackers or those involved went to syria and got some sort of training. just shows what they are dealing with here. they >> max foster, thank you. with the terror threat keeping the world on edge, president obama is trying to reassure travelers that the u.s. government is taking every possible step to keep the country safe ahead of the busy holiday weekend. cnn's joe johns has the latest from the white house. >> reporter: alison and boris,
acknowledging the paris attacks, the president and the united states gathering together a meeting of the national security advisors. attorney general and secretary of homeland security and meeting with reporters to talk about security. trying to reassure the public, there is no specific or credible threat to the united states. listen. >> so the bottom line is this, i want the american people to know entering the holidays that the combined resources of our military, our intelligence and homeland security agencies are on the case. they are vigilant and effective. in the event of specific credible threat, the public will be informed. we do think it is usual for people to be vigilant.
if you see anything suspicious, say something. >> reporter: this is the message the white house is pushing hard. there is no evidence of a credible threat against the united states homeland, there have been several other terrorist attacks recently besides paris. including beirut, egypt and f tunis tunisia. terrorists have been busy lately. alison and boris. the federal government warning state officials nationwide cannot block the settlements of syrian refugees. ordering them not to deny benefits and services based on religion or country of origin. the letter warns states not complying could be forced to action. some do not plan to participate. now to a stirring admission.
general campbell confirming a u.s. air strike from the doctors without borders air strikes last month in kunduz was a tragic mistake. several service members were suspended following the military investigation. time for an early start on your money. europe markets higher this morning as many investors are expecting the european central bank to roll out more measures soon. and thanksgiving holiday has the stocks closed today. take stock of the s&p 500. it is in positive territory this year. that is good news for the economy. new numbers show consumers spent a bit in october. we could see growth in the final months of the year. all this could mean the fed may feel comfortable raising interest rates when they meet next month. all bets are on they will do that. we shall see.
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self defense. >> the reason my client jason fired his weapon that evening back in october of 2014 is that he truly was in fear for his life as well as the lives of his fellow police officers. >> we will get more from cnn's rosa flores out with protesters on the streets of chicago. >> reporter: alison, boris, we spent hours following protesters here in chicago. you can see right now they are walking through the loop in downtown chicago. now there's about 100 to 200 protesters here. they say that they are not only protesting for laquan mcdonald and justice for him, but also for other cases here in chicago and around the country. if you take a look, there's a spread of people of all ages. they come together to protest to make sure that their voice is heard. one of the things they hope to
do is have an economic impact. that's why they have been going through the streets of chicago. now they plan to continue protesting and alison and boris, we will of course covering that and bring you the very latest. >> black lives matter protests extending into new york city overnight with police making several arrests. you her rosa mention the economic impact. protesters shutdown macy's department store here in new york. hours before the macy's thanksgiving day parade in new york. donald trump under fire for mocking a new york times reporter with a physical disability. it happened this week with trump going after reporter who suffers from a condition limiting the mobility of his arms. trump blasted him for hedging on a 2001 article he wrote that according to trump, backs up his
claim that u.s. muslims celebrated after the 9/11 attacks. >> written by a nice reporter. now you have to see this guy. i don't know what i said. i don't remember. he's going i don't remember. maybe that's what i said. this is 14 years ago. they didn't do a retraction. >> the new york times responding saying, we find it outrageous that trump would ridicule the appearance of one of our reporters. and the donald getting in the last word with this tweet. the failing new york times should focus on good reporting and the paper's financial survival and not with constant hits on donald trump. >> always trying to get the last word. ice storms and flooding in the forecast for the holiday weekend. let's get to meteorologist derek van dam. >> happy thanksgiving, boris and alison. take a look at this. we have a temperature contrast
across the central interior. blue to the north indicating the cold arctic plunge in temperatures. our warm, moist air over the eastern half of the u.s. indicating with the shading of yellow and orange. this sets us up for a storm. i'll explain in a second. look at the difference between denver and oklahoma city. over 40 degrees. we currently have ice storm warnings for the texas and oklahoma panhandle. winter storm warnings across wyoming, idaho, utah and colorado. shading of green for oklahoma and arkansas and missouri and eastern texas. that is a flood watch from thursday into saturday. here is how much ice we are expecting. .50 to 1 inch of ice from amarillo. careful traveling on i-40. look out for the heavy rainfall ahead of our cold front. back to you. >> thanks, derek. the weather will hold up nice
for the thanksgiving day parade. if you are attending the macy's thanksgiving day parade, count on a massive show of force from the nypd. sharp shshooters willing be on rooftops and helicopters hovering overhead. police dogs will be out and about. 200 members of the department's new anti-terror critical response command will be on the streets. >> taking every measure to keep people on the streets. when we came in this morning, they were on the streets. the concussion issue at front and center for the nfl, including the failure for player safety. coy wire has the bleacher report next.
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the family of nfl legend frank gifford announced he suffered from the brain disease cte. >> coy wire has the latest in the nfl and bleacher report. >> good morning, boris and alison. frank gifford played and then transitioned into broadcasting. he passed of natural causes earlier this year. his family has suspensions he suffered from cte. they had his brain studied. he was diagnosed with cte. the gifford family said they publicized it so gifford could be inspiration for others
suffering from the disease. this was yet another high profile death linked to cte. it comes after case keenum stumbled in the game and was not removed. after all the league has done to protect players from situations like this, the question was why? how could this happen? the rams got it wrong. the concussion protocols failed. now the nfl is considerings discipline for future failures. and it is thanksgiving day. traditional games. 12:30 p.m. eastern with the lions and eagles. the game that marks the lions 76th thanksgiving day game. after that, the undefeated panthers face the cowboys and former teammate greg hardy.
then the 8:30 game, chicago bears face the green bay packers. brett favre will return to lambeau field to have his jersey number retired. we wanted to share this with you to help bring feel-good to you on thanksgiving day. the panthers new video, sort of. their rendition of adele's hit song "hello." ♪ hello, it's me ♪ i was wondering ♪ if after all these years ♪ you'd like to meet ♪ to go over >> you can check more out on the instagram and bleacher report. i want to say happy thanksgiving to alison and boris. boris, save some stuffing and
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i'm alison kosik. >> i'm boris sanchez. new issues after the russia jet plane was downed on tuesday. syria describing it as a retaliatory bombing. russia's foreign minister sergei lavrov said it was no accident downing the plane. turkey is backing up the claim that the russian pilots were warned. >> this is turkish air force speaking. you are approaching turkish air space. >> russia denying that claim. they put forward the rescued pilot. he told reporters no warnings, not radio or visually. let's bring in the latest with cnn's ian lee. russia is not responding to the
reporting. what do they say? >> reporter: we are waiting for them to get their response. turkey is saying they broadcasted that message ten times over the course of five minutes. today, we are watching that situation on the ground and that region in the northwestern part of syria closely. the forces of syrian president bashar al assad has launched an offensive in that area. we hear heavy artillery and heavy mortar fire against the turkmen. this is an area sensitive. the turkmen have a close relationship as described by the turkish president. there is ongoing fighting there right now. talking to analysts, they believe this is to be expected. russia would go after turkish interests inside syria going after rebel groups that backed by turkey to send a message
about taking down one of their planes. >> ian, i heard reports from turkish media they targeted turkish aid vehicles in syria. have we been able to confirm that independently? >> reporter: we are hearing from one of the aid groups that stated their vehicles were not targeted. this happened across the border from turkey inside syria. we are told the aid vehicles were empty at the time or majority of them were empty. this is an area where aid goes to a lot of the people who desperately need it inside syria. we're hearing reports at least seven people were killed in the attack. >> ian lee monitoring a delicate situation. ian, thank you. the angry words with russia and turkey come as russian president vladimir putin and french president francois
hollande prepare to meet later this morning. hollande will try to persuade putin to go all-in against the coalition against isis and away from bashar al assad's regime. the downing of the jet is complicating that effort. french lawmakers voted 325-0 to continue air strikes against isis in syria. cnn's max foster is in paris. good morning. the grand coalition is looking to be formed. can it really have teeth without russia and with assad still in power? >> reporter: well, president hollande feels the battle against isis can only be won if everyone works together. that is why he is going to moscow to try to bring president putin into the coalition. president putin and russians are also involved in the coalition. the problem comes from
washington and president obama who fundamentally disagrees with president putin's view of president assad. president hollande feels there could be some coordination at least on the ground. president obama accusing the russians are not just targeting isis in syria, but targeting other forces as well. if they can only target isis, perhaps there is some way of americans and russians working together. but not under the current conditions. that is perhaps where president hollande will focus on the isis positions only in syria. because of the fact one of the planes was shot down, russia will be more determined to carry out strategy in syria. if that goes beyond isis, this is not the time putin is ready to compromise. >> max, you are aware the terror
threat is still high. can you give us the latest on the manhunt for the several terrorists? >> reporter: we have not heard anything for a couple days. two men still on the run. what they are trying to do here is dig deep into the pasts and get deep investigation work done finding out about the movements in the months and years before the paris attacks. we know one of the drivers in the attacks had gone to syria in 2014. we don't know how he got back. this is a problem, alison, that is what president hollande wants to resolve. countries in europe are not sharing enough information. they are not managing to track individuals even if they come up on the radar. that is what the president is pushing. he just met with the prime minister. that is the effort he is pushing there. >> max foster live in paris. thank you. with the terror threat keeping the world on edge, president obama trying to reassure travelers the u.s.
government is in his words, taking every possible step to keep the country safe ahead of the big holiday weekend. senior correspondent joe johns has the latest from the white house. >> reporter: alison and boris, acknowledging that involvement in the terrorist attacks in paris, the president gathered a meeting of national security advisers, fbi director, attorney general, secretary of homeland security and meeting with the reporters to talk about security. the president trying to reassure the public that in advance of the thanksgiving holiday, there is no specific or credible threat to the united states. listen. >> so the bottom line is this, i want the american people to know entering the holidays the combined resources of military, intelligence and our homeland security agents are on the case. they are vigilant, relentless and effective. in the event of the specific
credible threat, the public will be informed. we do think it is useful for people as they are going about their business to be vigilant. if you see something suspicious, say something. >> reporter: this is the kind of message the white house has pushed hard recently. there is no specific evidence of a credible threat against the united states homeland, there have been several other terrorist attacks recently besides paris. including beirut and egypt and tunisia. which shows terrorists across the globe have been busy lately. alison and boris. >> joe, thanks for that. the federal government warning state officials they cannot block the settlement of syrian refugees. the federal office of refugee settlement sending a letter to all agencies stating not to deny services based on religion or country of origin. the letter warns states that do
not comply, they could be subject to enforcement. officials in texas standing their ground. saying they do not plan to participate in the resettlement. and now to a sobering admission. general campbell confirmed the u.s. air strikes in kunduz at the doctors without borders medical facility was avoidable. and time for an early start on your money. u.s. markets are closed for the thanksgiving holiday. happy thanksgiving. looking at stocks, little change. oil futures are volatile this morning as tensions continue. the price for crude oil under $43 a barrel. if you are traveling for thanksgiving. expect packed roads and airports. it is not just for the holidays. it is a record year for travel
in the u.s. miles driven climbed 3% in the past year. air travel up 5% thanks to the improving economy and cheaper gas. if you are flying, expect longer lines because of the heightened security after the paris attacks. that is something that i think is a good thing. >> you have to be thankful for the low gas prices. breaking overnight. new protests in the killing of the chicago teenager. the president now weighing in on the latest of the just released video next. people don't have to think about
police officer. community leaders are angry the video of the shooting wasn't released earlier. mcdonald was shot 16 times by officer jason van dyke who now is charged with first-degree murder. lawyers for the officer and the victim's family are disputing the circumstances surrounding the shooting. >> the video clearly shows laquan walking away. he was not threatening anybody. he certainly didn't lunge at the police officer. the officer stated this was an act of self defense. that was a lie. >> the reason my client fired his weapon back in october of 2014 is that he truly was in fear for his life and the lives of his fellow police officers. >> we get more now from cnn's rosa flores on the streets of chicago with the protesters. >> reporter: alison, boris, we spent hours following protesters here in chicago.
you can see right now they are walking through the loop in downtown chicago. there's about 100 to 200 protesters here. they say that they are not only protesting for laquan mcdonald and justice for him, but other cases here in chicago and around the country. if you take a look, there is a spread of people of all ages. they come together to protest to make sure their voice is heard. one of the things they hope to do is have an economic impact. that's why they have been going through the streets of chicago. they plan to continue protesting. alison, we continue to cover it and bring you the latest. boris and alison. >> rosa, thanks for that. black lives matter protests extend to new york city overnight with police making several arrests.
protesters temporarily shutdown the macy's department store. it comes hours before the macy's thanksgiving day parade in new york. donald trump under fire for mocking a reporter with a physical disability. trump went after reporter who suffers from a condition that limits the mobility of his arms. trump blasted him for a 2001 article he had written that according to trump backs up his claim of muslims celebrating after the 9/11 attacks. >> written by a nice reporter. now you should see the reporter. i don't know what i said. i don't remember. maybe that's what i said. this was 14 years ago. they did not do a retraction. >> he worked for the washington post at the time. the new york times responded we find it outrageous that he
ridiculed one of our reporters. then trump responded the paper should focus on good reporting. >> i can't believe that. an arctic plunge. ice storms flo s and flooding f holiday weekend. let's go to meteorologist derek van dam. >> happy thanksgiving to you alison and boris and you at home. we have a storm over the central interior the that is shaping into the texas and oklahoma border. that is an ice storm warning today through saturday. the shade fog green is the potential for flooding in arkansas and missouri. that is where we could experience up to 6 inches of rainfall before the end of the holiday weekend. ice forming behind this. here is the evolution of the
storm system. i'm concerned about interstate 40 traveling east and west through amarillo. be careful across the region. it could get slick. we have .50 to 1 inch of ice in the area. that extends through witch today and omaha and des moines. look at the temperature contrast with denver and oklahoma. almost 40 degrees. 60 for the macy's day thanksgiving day parade. back to you. >> a nice mild fall day for us. >> nice to stand on the side of the street. usually we are freezing. it will be nice. if you are one of the 3 million people expected to attend the macy's thanksgiving day parade. count a show of force for the nypd. sharpshooters on the rooftops and helicopters hover overhead. police dogs will be deployed. some officers will be equipped with radiation detectors.
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let's bring in robyn kriel with more. he visited a mosque while he was there, right? >> reporter: there was bad weather. in africa, it is considered a blessing. it started raining as soon as pope francis arrived. the sun came out a short while ago. i'm at the university of nairobi. he received a rousing welcome. he is considered one of the people here because he comes from a third world background. he comes from a developing country from argentina. he has worked in the slums of argentina. he is really the people's pope. people feel a connection with him here. he focused on the youth and unemployment and typical issues in developing nations. kenya and uganda. security issues came.
both are fighting al shabaab in somalia. it has been attacked in the past. today went by relatively smoothly other than a crowd of this size. so the themes of his visit, you mentioned the pope will visit a mosque. this morning, he met with religious leaders to talk peace with muslims and hindus and other religions to promote religious tolerance. it needs to be said that kenya was originally not on the pope's initial visiting list. i was not going to visit here until he saw the results of the recent university attack back in april. that was an attack that 148 students were gunned down by al qaeda linked al shabaab group militia men. that is the reason he decided he needs to visit here.
>> and we hope the mosquitoes did not interfere with his trip. robyn, thank you. let's get an early start on your money. american markets are closed due to thanksgiving. a quiet day of trading. we are seeing green arrows for european markets. investors are expecting the european central bank to roll out more stimulus measures. are you jumping out of your skin for black friday? several retailers will be open today. if you are looking to get a jump on the shopping season, take note. starting at 4:00 p.m., the gap, old navy and banana republic is open to customers at 5:00p.m. eastern time. and best buy. at 6:00, sears, k-mart, macy's and walmart. a lot of outrage of storing
opening on thanksgiving. those people who like to shop and find this a tradition and want to walk off turkey. >> i would rather stay home with the computer. thanks for joining us. protests on the streets of chicago. "cnn newsroom" starts now. >> a second night of unrest. runs of protesters return to the streets. >> we saw a killing and cover up. both lead to questions. >> the video shows laquan walking away. >> it doesn't show a bit. it is limited. >> this is a long, long, long battle. >> new fallout after turkey shoots down a russian jet. >> no one can predict what vladimir putin may decide to do. >> it is not in the interest of ear either country. >> we are moving closer to a war in the middle east. >> and across the country this holiday weekend. >> you never have 100% confidence. >> we are taking every possible
step to keep our homeland safe. good morning. welcome to a special thanksgiving day edition of "cnn newsroom." happy thanksgiving to all of you. it is thursday, november 26th. 6:00 in the east. we have some breaking news. breaking overnight for a second night, demonstrators to the streets in several cities to protest the shooting death of the black teenager in chicago at the hands of a white police officer. >> now four more dash cam videos released showing the confrontation. the city's police department warning of a potential ambush from gang members. cnn's ryan young is live in chicago with the latest for us. ryan. >> reporter: good morning, michaela. rain is falling in chicago on this thanksgiving day. protesters normally on the south side came to the north side.
came down the magnificent mile and blocked traffic for some time. a second night of unrest in two major cities as hundreds of protesters returned to the streets. from chicago to new york, demonstrators marching in frustration over the shocking death of 17-year-old laquan mcdonald. police arresting several protesters in new york in chicago, demonstrators staged a sit-in blocking a major intersection. some trying to take police officers' bikes. this as newly released dash cam videos obtained by