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was there a coverup in a new investigation launched into the police department. a top cop is fired. the u.s. is expanding its troops in iraq. few ground troops head in, terrorists make alarming new ganci in libya. good morning, welcome to "early start." >> good morning, i'm christine romans, the search is on for a new head of the chicago police department after mayor rahm emanuel dismissed mccarthy after
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a shooting of laquan mcdonal. after laquan's resignation, lisa madigans request says the shocking death of laquan mcdonald highlights serious questions about the use of unlawful and excessive force by chicago police officers and the lack of accountability for such abuse. cnn's ed le van darragh has more from chicago. >> reporter: >> reporter: people say the firing of the city's top cop is just the beginning of the changes they want to see. a great deal of scrutiny as well as mayor rahm emanuel and why it took so long for officer van dyke to be charged with murder in the shooting of laquan mcdonald. the actions of both pen under a great deal of scrutiny. rahm emanuel says there has been
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too much focus on the superintendent of the police department here in chicago. because of that, it was time to make a change in the top position there. any of those activists say rahm emanuel deals a great deal of responsibility as well. the news of mccarthy's firing came rather suddenly, fact, superintendent mccarthy was on a radio station in chicago tuesday morning saying he believed he had the backing of rahm emanuel. a few hours later, that announcement was made. rahm emanuel insists he is responsible for the way all of this is handles and he calls for a task force to look at the way these complaints are handled. but that is a task force that has a deadline of march of next year to come back with a final report. >> thanks for that. new plans this morning to send additional u.s. commandos to iraq in the fight against isis. defense secretary ash carter
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revealing if congressional testimony the pentagon is organizing what it is calling a specialized expeditionary targeted force. he says the plan puts everyone on notice. the latest now from correspondent barbara starr. >> reporter: the administration making a renewed effort to show progress against isis in syria and iraq. defense secretary ash carter announcing a few effort for u.s. special operations forces to be based if iraq and do raids and mixes in you can ra. even to go into syria, dangerous business. they want to build on the intelligence capability. have these troops gather intelligence, attack isis leadership. all of that. now, it's going to be a relatively small number of special operations force, but they will be backed up in a
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significant manner. they will have their own helicopters, their own rescue forces. if they run into trouble. so at the end of the day, that could put another 200 troops into the arena, even as an additional 50 special operations forces are scheduled to arrive in northern syria. it is a brush-up in the u.s. effort. but officials are telling us, it could still be weeks before troops arrive, what units will go and exactly how they will operate. allison, christine. >> barbara, thank you. there is concern this morning of a new united nations report of a report warning that isis has succeeded in building a substantial presence in laibya. they drieescribe it as the seri caliphate outside syria and iraq. this report to worry isis' ability to export terror from
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the base of the coastal city of sirt. for the latest, we want to bring in ian lee. this is an alarming report, no question. >> reporter: that's right. christine, isis being able carve out territory in the central part of libya on the coastline. we are hearing the isis leader abu baghdadi has been sending 800 fighters to iraq and sir what to provide a back boep to isis. therefore, urban warfare and explosives making and it also has become a beacon, one of the fighters if africa, there are fighters from egypt, tunisia and other parts of africa joining this isis afillia. we are hearing they have about 3,000 fighters in total and they have been describing out in neighboring countries as well.
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attacks in egypt and this is concerning for the european union as it is less than really from crete less than 200 miles away from the libyan coast. yurp mean officials very worried about the expanding presence in isis. christine. >> ian, thank you for that. and alarming report by isis, the university of washington report for the terror group has reached inprecedented levels in america with several thousand isis sympathizers based here. the report goes on to say there were more terrorism related arrests in 2015 than any year since 9/11. researchers identifying 300 americans that actively support isis on social media. according to "wall street journal," the administration considers the $600 million mice
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i price tag too expensive. the measure calls for $350 to construct a new facility in america, with nearly 300 million more in pentagon operating costs. they must now come up with a new affordable option. the president's call for a global climate change agreement. the house passing two measures approved by the senate on carbon emissions from coal fired power plants. taking the action hours after they address the climate change summit in paris. president obama has promised to veto the measures. >> u.s. stock futures are climbing, too. a strong start, december has historically been good to inzors. a good day even though there was manufacturing in the u.s. greg zuckerberg is pledging to
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give away 99% of his facebook shares over his lifetime, those shares valued at a cool $45le be. they will go to charity and commercialized learning and community building. he and his wife dr. priscilla can, they announced it yesterday to their daughter, we know this is a small contribution to the resources and talents working on these issues. but we want to do what we can, working alongside many others. congratulations to them. >> especially that young, giving that much. good for them. donald trump leading in polls, explaining why he thinks his supporters can contrary him to victory next.
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the path to the presidential republican nomination will go through donald trump t.gop front
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runner is stepping up his campaign and standing by his unfounded claim that thousands of muslims in new jersey cheered the 9/11 attack. trump, though, struck a different tone tuesday as he rallied supporters in new hampshire. cnn's jeff bellamy was there. >> reporter: a much more subdued donald trump tuesday night in new hampshire. he took questions's, rarity for him in this town hall setting. for two months out, the first of the 2016 campaign, a long campaign quickly moving into the next phase, donald trump had a more serious tone, several voters told me and a much more subdued tone as he talked to this crowd. one thing i was struck by, he says his voters were the most loyal regardless of what he says. let's take a listen. >> one of the things that comes out in the poll, i have the most loyalty. he can do anything. he can do anything, so i don't know if that's right. but they say i have the most loyal people. others, if you sneeze they drop you.
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me, i can sneeze, i can say things that i think are right. like you notice what's happening in new jersey? they're now finding a lot of people saying that did take place in new jersey. i wasn't going to apologize. i wasn't going to apologize. a lot of things happened today where they were dancing and they were happy. there were a lot of happy people in new jersey and i saw it and a lot of people saw it and i'm getting hundreds of phone calls and a lot of other people are, too. things are all of a sudden materializing. >> now, of course, donald trump is still doubling down on that comment from 9/11. he said thousands of people were seen cheering on the new jersey side of the river as the towers fell. no evidence of that has come forward. donald trump brought it up again at his rally on tuesday night. that is clearly going to be an issue. the voters i talked to, they are not interested if that. they are much more interested in his terrorism proposals. his position of strength. the point here is as he goes
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forward in this next two months of this campaign, will other republican rivals be able to stop him, to slow him? at this point it is trump largely versus the rest of the republican field. he is stepping up his campaigning. he has been in new hampshire, virginia, north carolina and by weekend he is stepping up his campaign. he clearly thinks he could actually win this republican-nominating contest. thank you. >> thank you for that, former first daughter, chelsea clinton hopes to hold a fundraiser for her mom's fundraising this month. the family celebration will take place in new york december 17th. the first with chelsea as a headliner. she has had a limited role so far in her mom's campaign. on the same day, hillary clinton will host a fund raiser for the dnc featuring her hub. the first freddie gray trial to be sheeted along. oping statements to begin this afternoon. officer porter is the first of
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six officer charged in connection to freddie gray. he suffered a fatal injury in police custody. roughly 125 potential jurors have been questioned in the past two days. >> we are hearing from the police officer charged in the fatal shooting of tamir rice. officer timothy loman thought the threat was real and active when he shot the boy outside a recreation center last fall. he says he had a gun and appeared to be over 18-years-old. in fact, he had a pellet gun. loman says he believes the pellet gun was real and the person waving it was an adult. the alleged planned parenthood shooter targeted the clinic before. he put glue in the locks of another clinic 20 years ago. the report describes him as isolated. he is charged request killing at the and wounding nine others in
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colorado springs last week. black friday the same as the planned parenthood attack was the biggest day ever for firearms backgrounds checks. they processed 5% more than the same time last year. a background check does not necessarily mean a gun is purchased but is used as a rough measure of overall sales. looking like a silky day for the east coast. we have the forecast. >> good morning, guys. yes, soaking rains are expected to continue for much of the seaboard. look at this moisture over portions of the gulf, we calculate that over a 5,000 mile area of moisture starts coming out of the pacific on into portions of the northeast. notice the showers certainly scattered about, mild temperatures, 63 across portions of atlanta. the rains associate with this frontal boundary. northern new england, cold
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enough for snow flurries. nothing significant. one-to-two inches over the next dumb of d couple of days. there is cold air, look at the pictures, incredible warmth set to return for the next several weeks. this is well above the average. the climate predict center gives it an 80% chance for the next couple of weeks. today how about 55 in new york? should be up around 78 in charleston. intense negotiations in paris. can world leaders agree on any substantial cange? we are live next. .
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. president obama back in washington this morning after laying out his vision for global climate change to world leaders in paris. the president expecting confidence. an agreement will be reaped at the global warming summit. he is setting a high bar, insisting any deal must contain a legal binding mechanism to make sure every country applies. we will bring in phil black. he is covering the president heading home. but the hard work still happening there behind you. >> reporter: that's exactly right, christine, what is described as the biggest gathering of world leaders. most of those 150 or so heads of state have left. >> that i have left behind administrators to announce in ten days or so thrashing out the
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details of what looks to be a complex climate change agreement. the hope is this agreement will last together all the individual promises that have been made voluntarily by countries to reduce carbon emissions and fight climate change. but it's already understood that together these places will not add up to the results of this process is aiming for. they won't reach the temperature increases within 3.6 degrees fahrenheit by the end of the century. the hope is that together over time these pledges can through this new framework be built upon. become morech a bishs and ultimately the goal can be reached. this is the part president obama says should be legally binding. not the pledges, themselves, countries wouldn't be punished for not living up to their word. he wants a regular review. say every five years, they get together, assess how they are going. whether or not those pledges can become more ambitious over time.
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other countries, europe and elsewhere had wanted a full blown enforceable climate change treaty. that was never likely to happen. for america to sign on, it would roar a hostile congress. there is genuine optimism at the end of this process, that should ends friday avonex, there could be an agreement that does hold some chance of pointing the planet into the direction of a low carbon future. >> into the direction of a low carbon future. phil black, thank you for that this morning. growing concerns this morning about the polluted waters of rio de janeiro. tests conducted by the associated press revealing waterways riddled with pathogens caused by raw sewage flows. waterways that will be used by the athletes. one olympic sailor from germany conducted mrsa, a flesh-eating bacteria after feeting in and i
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vent in august. did they cover up the shooting of a black toon ageer? a federal investigation launched into police practices as the city's top cop gets the boot.
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chicago's top cop fired as a federal investigation is launched into the police killing of a black teenager. was there a coverup? >> the u.s. increasing its role in the fight of isis if iraq as terrorists make new gains in libya. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm allison kosik. mayor rahm emanuel fired superintendent gary pittsburgh car think. >> that dismissal comes amid angry protests over a police officer's shooting of a black teenager laquan mcdonald 16 tiles.
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after mccarthy's resignation, they called into an investigation into the police department. madigan's request is the latest tragedy in our city that highlights serious questions about unlawful and successive force by chicago police officers and the lack of accountability of such abuse. >> reporter: christine, allison, activists say the firing of the city's top cop is just the beginning of the changes they want to see a. great deal of scrutiny swirling around gary mccarthy as well as mayor emanuel and why it took so long for officer van dyke to be charged with murder in the shooting death of the teenager laquan mcdonald that took place in october of last year, rahm emanuel says there has been too much focus on the attention of the police department in chicago. because of that, it was time to
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make a change in the top position there. but many activists say rahm emanuel bears responsibility as well t. news of mccarthy's firing came rather suddenly, in fact, superintendent mccarthy was an a radio station tuesday morning saying he still believed he had the backing of rahm emanuel. a few hours later, that announcement was made. rahm emanuel insists he is ultimately responsible for the way all of this is handled. he's called for a task force to limit the way these complaints against police officers are handled. but that is a task force that has a deadline of march of next year to come back with a final report. >> thank you for that. new plans to send additional u.s. commandos in iraq in the fight against isis. ash carter revealing the pentagon is organizing what it's calling a special targeting force. carter telling lawmakers the
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plan quote puts everyone on notice. you don't know at fight who will be coming into the window. the latest now from pentagon correspondent barbara starr. >> reporter: christine, allison, in the weather of criticism, the administration making a renewed effort to show progress in syria and iraq. defense secretary ash carter announcing a new effort for u.s. special operations forces to be based in iraq and do raids and mixes in iraq and even go into syria. very dangerous business. they want to build on the intelligence capability there. have the troops gather intelligence, attack isis leadership. all of that. it will be a relatively small number. they will be backed up. they will have their own helicopters, their own rescue forces, if they run into trouble. so at the end of the day, this
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would put another 200 troops into the arena even as an additional 50 special operations forces are scheduled the arrive in northern syria. it is a brush-up in the u.s. effort. but officials are telling us, it could be weeks before the troops arrive. a lot of work to be done about what units will go and exactly how they will operate. allison, christine. >> thank you, barbara, for that. there is concern this morning about a new united nations report warn tag isis has succeeded in building a substantial presence in libya. the u.n. report says isis has as many as 3,000 fighters describing it as the most promising addition to the terror group's should caliphate outside syria and iraq. the report likely to increase worries about isis' ability to export terror from its base of operations in the coastal city of sirte a few hundred miles
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from the southern most island of europe. let's bring in ian lee. you know, it's not something that's happened overnight, this foothold that isis has now in libya. why now this report? >> reporter: allison, they have been able to exploit the war between two warring factions. you have ilammist governments in the western part of libya that it ranges from moderate to extremists. have you the internationally recognized governments. in between that, they have been able carve out their territory in the central part of libya along the coastline. we are hearing the isis leader abu baghdadi has been in more control of this isis affiliate than any other ones that are out there. and it has become a beacon for fighters, not only in will beia, but also in other parts of africa, they say there is
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roughly 3,000 fighters, sending a 00 to give them the technical support they need. but they do face some limitations as well. they do not have the oil revenue, even though libya is oil rich. they do not have that revenue like in syria and iraq. they are sands wined between those two warring and couldn't flicting factions. >> that has proved difficult as well as there is no sectarian issues they can exploit like isis has been able to exploit in syria and iraq. it is very concerning for the neighboring countries as well. tunisia, egypt, both experienceing attacks from isis, from libya, also, greece is less than 200 miles from the libyan coastline. this makes european officials worried. >> the power struggle, the divided factions in libya. >> that is certainly making it
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easier for isis to gain control? >> that's right they are very well organized. they have the technical expertise. they have been able to push out different factions, rebel groups from other areas. one area in particular, though, that they've had some drawbacks is fear the town of dur na, that's where al qaeda affiliate has been able to dominate, push isis out, but as isis grows bolder, as they get more recruits, obviously, they are in greater contact with isis in iraq and syria, getting help from there as well. they are looking to expand their territory to push towards the borders with egypt as well. >> a stiff competition between al qaeda and isis. you see that happening there. thank you so much. another alarming report. a new report in the rise of isis, according to a study, support for the terror group has reached unprecedented levels in
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america, with several thousand isis sympathizers based here. the report goes on to say, there were more terror-related arrests in 2015 than any year since 9/11, they identified those that support social media. according to "wall street journal," the administration considers the $600 million price tag too expensive t. measure called for $350 million just to construct a new facility in america with almost 300 million more in annual pentagon operating costs. the defense department must now come up with a more affordable option. congress moving quickly to undercut the president's call for a climate agreement. the house passing two measures approved by the senate that would scuttle carbon emissions from coal fired pewer plants. lawmakers taking action hours
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after the president addressed world reader in paris. president obama has promised to veto the measure. european stocks pushing back from earlier gains. a stronk start to the month. the dow climbed 150 points on strong auto sales. december has historically been a pretty good month to investors. an e. coli recall. contaminated celery in california was discovered as the source of costco's chicken salad recall that was week. >> that affected 19 people in seven states. now it spans more than a dozen states, including 155,000 items like salad kits and vegetable trays. it affects huge retailers, wal-mart, albertson's, safeway and starbucks. >> that is a big with un. >> sure is. donald trump gets personal with voters in new hampshire. what he had to say to supporters
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>> all right, donald trump the gop front runner stepping up his campaigning, standing by his repeated claims that thousands of muslims in new jersey, tuesday he rallied reporters in new hampshire. >> reporter: christine, allison, a much more subdued donald trump on tuesday night in new hampshire as he took questions, a rarity for him in this town hall meeting-like setting. for two months out from the first votes of the 2016 campaign, a very long campaign, quickly moving into the next phase, but donald trump had a more serious tone, several voters told me and a much more subdued tone as he talked to this crowd. one thing i was struck by, he says his voters are the most loyal regardless of what he says. let's take a listen.
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>> you know, one of the things that comes out in the polls, i have the most loyalty, people say he can do anything. he can do anything. so i don't know if that's right. they say i have the most loyal people. others if you sneeze they drop you. me, i can sneeze, i can say things that i think are right. but you notice what's happening in new jersey? they're now finding a lot of people saying, yeah, that did take place in new jersey, right. i wasn't going to apologize. i wasn't going do apologize. a lot of things happen today where they were dancing and they were happy, there were a lot of happy people over in new jersey and i saw it and a lot of people saw it and i'm getting hundreds of phone calls and a lot of other people are too and things are all of a sudden materializing. >> now, of course, donald trump is still doubling down on that comment from 9/11. he says that thousands of people were seen cheering on the new jersey side of the river as the towers fell. no video evidence of that has ever come forward. donald trump brought it up again
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at his rally on tuesday night. so that clearly is going to be an issue. i can tell you the vote irs talked to say they are not interested in that. they are much more interested in his economic proposals, his position of strength. the point here is as he goes forward in this next two month of this campaign, will any other republican rivals stop him, slow him? at this point it is trump largely versus the rest of this republican field and he is stepping up his campaigning. he's been if georgia, new hampshire, virginia, north carolina and iowa by weekend. he is stepping up his campaign. he clearly thinks he could win this republican nominating contest. christine, allison. >> thanks for that. former first daughter chelsea clinton hopes to hold a fundraiser for her mom's campaign later this month. the family celebration will take place in new york on september 17th. the first clinton campaign event with chelsea as a headliner. she's had a limited role so far in her mom's campaign on the same day, hillary clinton is
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going to be hosting a fundraiser for the dnc featuring her husband. all right the first freddie gray trial speeding along. the judge expects the jury to be seated this morning and opening statements to begin this afternoon. officer william porter is the first of six baltimore officers tried with the death of freddie gray. he suffered a fatal spinal injury while in police custody. roughly 125 potential jurors have been questioned in the last two days. we are hearing from cleveland's police officer charged in the fatal shooting of 12-year-old tamir rice. in a statement to investigators, officer timothy loman says he thought the threat was real and active when he shot the boy outside a recreation center last fall. loman says rice had a gun and appeared to be over 18. in fact, rice had a pellet gun. loman's partner in his statement says he also believed the people et gun was real and the person waving it an adult.
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a grand jury is investigating. robert dear's ex-wife says the alleged shooter targeted the organization before. she says dear put glue in the locks of another clinic 20 years ago. her divorce filing describes him as violent and isolated. he is charged with killing three, wounding nine others in an hour's long siege in colorado springs last week. the fbi says black friday was the biggest day ever for firearms background checks. the agency processed about 185,000 checks, 5% more than the same day last year a. background check does not necessarily mean a gun was purchased, but it is used by the gun industry industry as a rough measure of overall sales. >> that's interesting. >> it is. a soak day for the east coast. >> good morning. yes,ing isgy set up for the eastern third of the country as you work towards this corner of the country. frontal boundary in place across
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the northern tier of new england, a wintry mix. we are getting residual snow showers. look at the course of moisture stretching out back towards the pacific, 5,000 mile area, where we are drawing moisture from. we generally speaking, it will be the lighter variety with some pockets around the florida panhandle. around asheville getting in heavy rainfall over the next 24 to 48 hours. i want to show you what's happening across parts of california. the dismal season we had in recent years. snow packed from a satellite perspective, looks like november 2015, significant accumulations, of course, this past november. some areas, when you look across, mammoth lake, tahoe city. some areas up to 2 feet across this region. >> that is fantastic news. about 40% comes from the sierra snow melts. the temperatures today, raleigh houston makes it up to 66
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degrees. >> thanks for that. how do you define healthy kale? one food company says the fda doesn't understand the word that's next.
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. president obama laying out his vision in paris. the president expressing confidence it will be reached. he is setting a high bar insisting any deal contain a legally binding mech names to make sure every country complies let's go live to paris.
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we have the big name world leaders gone, opening statement finished. now everybody gets down to the real work, right? >>. >> they left behind their administrators that have to crunch through a complex climate change agreement t. goal is to come up with a single document a. consensus that is agreed to by almost 200 countries. one that brings together it's not going to reach it by the end of the century. the hope is over time these promises can be reached. this is the part president obama wants to be legally binding. countries wouldn't be punished
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for not reaching their goals. he wants to make sure reviews these targets. openly, honestly builds upon them. that's the idea. europe and others had wanted a much bigger totally enforceable climate change treaty. america was not likely to sign on to that. president obama would need to get that through a hostile congress, allison. >> you mentioned that hostile congress as if the united states is already at a false start. you look at the same day the president gave his speech. the house passing a pair of resolutions, making it nearly impossible for the protection agency to implement rules to curb emissions. >> reporter: yes. so, it's one of these challenges, again, for president obama. it is likely he will move such a
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climate change through executive order as would otherwise be required. okay, there will be tension. president obama was already also asked questions how could he guarantee america will live up to this. he will not be around much longer. his successor could be a republican that doesn't believe in climate change or the need to fight it like he said. he says his successor would be a drake candidate. >> thanks so much. >> two days in, so far so good for december for stocks. the dow kicked off a historically strong month. kw4r50 shares are soaring. the board will need to discuss selling its core business, its
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valuable stake in alibaba or both. volkswagon sales plunged in the u.s. last month. buyers stayed away following that huge emissions cheating scandal. the sales slump affected models across the board, except for audi, the vw luxury brand. this as u.s. car sales are in high gear. these numbers are unbelievable t. industry is on track for record sales the year driven by low gas prices, pent-up demand for new cars and an improving jobs market. now how do you define healthy? beganola bar kind is redefining health why i to meet current nutrition glievenls earlier they were forced to stop using healthy on its labels, they must have fewer than 3 grams of total fat, 1 is gram of saturated fat t. futures in its bars are a part of a nutritious diet.
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several experts agree and have signed that petition. all right "early start" continues right now. was there a coverup in the police shooting of a chicago teenager? a new investigation launchched into the police department as one of the top cops is fired. the u.s. expanding its role in iraq. new ground troops heading in. the terrorists make alarming new gains in libya. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> it's 5:00 a.m. in the east, i'm allison kosik. mayor rahm emanuel fired police department garry mccarthy. >> that dismissal comes amid angry protests over a police officer's shooting of a black teenager, laquan mcdonald, 16 times. illinois attorney general lisa madigan called for a federal
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civil rights investigation into the police department. madagan's request to the department says the shocking death of laquan mcdonald is the latest tragedy in our city that highlights serious questions about the use of unlawful and exceptionive force by chicago police officers and the lack of accountability for such abuse. cnn's ed lavandara has more. ro activists here say the firing of the top cop is the beginning of the changes they want to see. a great deal of scrutiny swirling around garry mccarthy as well as mayor rahm emanuel, and why it took so long for officer jason van dyke to be charged with the murder of the shooting death of the teenager, laquan mcdonald the shooting that took place in october of last year. the actions of both met under a great deal of scrutiny. rahm emanuel says there has been too much focus on the superintendent of the police department here in chicago and because of that, it was time to make a

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