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in just hours, republicans running for president face-off on the debate stage except for the frontrunner. and bernie sanders and hillary clinton in a dead heat in iowa. strategies to bring in undecided voters. breaking news. new arrests in the oregon standoff. we welcome to "early start."
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i'm boris sanchez. >> good morning. i'm christine romans. donald trump citing bias on the part of megyn kelly so he is dropping out of the debate. >> the terrorists will come at you and it will be personal. they will do everything they can to diminish you. as a president, you have to rise above that, all right, and do what's best for the country. this ex-position we're talking about today, people will say trump is too self absorbed to be president. >> there has to be something. you set the all-time cable history. >> they want to know you. by walking away from this debate, you are not giving them the opportunity. >> i'm not walking away. i was pushed away. >> cnn's jim acosta has the
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latest. >> reporter: christine and miguel, a rally in south carolina and steered clear of the decision to drop out of the debate. his campaign made it an issue saying he will appear at arrival debate. aimed at raising money for veterans groups. trump would say in south carolina that he has been treated unfairly by fox news at previous debates. here's more of what he had to say. >> can you believe we already had six debates? when i did this, i never debated before. i created jobs and built buildings. i get on the stage a number of months ago, i had no idea. it worked out fine. i got an unfair question from somebody. we don't talk about that. i refuse to talk about that. >> reporter: asked if trump could appear at his rally and
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debate in iowa, his campaign manager said it is not feasible. talking to trump supporters, they sound like they are watching him later tonight and not the debate. >> thank you, jim. rivals kept up the ridicule to his decision to withdraw from the debate. listen to them. >> apparently mr. trump considers megyn kelly very, very scary. and, you know, donald is a fragile soul. she might ask a mean question and who knows what could happen? his hair could stand on end. >> 90% of the press coverage is on this thing. donald trump is not going to show up. ted cruz is issuing a owuone-one
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debate. >> it is strange. life's unfair. >> whether you are treated unfairly is irrelevant. i certainly have been treated unfairly with all of the lies that has been disproven. that prepares you for the white house. >> i think the debate he has brought forward is silly and bombast. i don't think added substance. i don't think he will be missed. >> i think it is a mistake for donald. i said that. i got sent to the undercard debate. i didn't whine and walk away. i wept to the debate and argued my points. you go and fight through adversity. >> now carly fiorina, on the undercard debate, not the main stage, tweeted a challenge for trump to debate her one-on-one
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at his own event. upping the ante, i'm free tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. my campaign will give $2 million to debate at drake university. on the democratic side, bernie sanders and hillary clinton in a dead heat. clinton pivoting on way from the debate and inspiring a popular message. sanders rising in the polls saying he will win iowa if there is a big voter turn out. senior political correspondent brianna keilar has the latest on the democratic race from iowa. >> reporter: christine and miguel, bernie sanders began his day meeting with president obama days after the president gave such high praise of hillary clinton. bernie sanders giving the opportunity to say that the president was putting his finger on the scale for hillary clinton, but he didn't. he said he thought the president and vice president are being
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fair. meanwhile here in mason city, getting star power from susan saran sarandon. >> he is principled and incredibly brave. i've come here because for me gender is not what's important. issues are what's important. >> i think anybody who objectively and fairly looks at our campaign versus our oppon t opponent's campaign, knows the energy and enthusiasm and the momentum is with us. >> reporter: meanwhile, hillary clinton spent the night fund raising on the east coast. bernie sanders tweeting out bernie sanders speaking tonight in mason city, iowa. hillary clinton at investment firm fund raising in philadelphia. she was at a fund-raiser with jon bon jovi handing the baton
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to her husband here in iowa. across town from bernie sanders here in mason city. christine and miguel. >> thanks for that. asian shares finished lower. shanghai down 3%. carefully watching european stocks and u.s. stocks. they are looking a bit more upbeat. the federal reserve said the economy lost momentum at the end of the year. drawing the line with the global and financial stress. that is something that got attention on wall street. the fed did not raise interest rates. the volatility will change the plan to raise rates this year. the dow plunged on this news. closing down 223 points. that acknowledgment from the fed really caught investors off guard. facebook shares soared this
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year. for the last quarter of 2015, facebook imagine $1.6 billion. facebook managed to add more people and making more money off each of you. that's what drives the bottom line. >> amazing. breaking news overnight. the standoff with the fbi and militia men in oregon may be winding down. new arrests as the leader calls for protesters to stand down.
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breaking development overnight in the wildfire refuge in oregon. three men hunkered down there have been arrested. this after the protest leader asked the people to end the month-long occupation following his arrest on tuesday. more from dan simon. >> reporter: christine and miguel, things are still tense here as you have occupiers at the protest. we should tell you that ammon bundy, the leader, is telling everyone through his lawyer to go home and hug their families. right now, who knows if they will heed that call. nobody wants to see a repeat of bloodshed after one occupier killed during the traffic stop. >> they continue to ignore us and continue to pushes to where
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we have to stand to defend our rights. >> we were willing to sacrifice our lives, but the fact it was someone that we love so much, that is not a family member that is willing to sacrifice. >> it is time for everybody in this illegal occupation to move on. there doesn't have to be bloodshed. >> reporter: as things are fragile here, the one thing to note, the federal complaint, the authorities have reason to believe the occupiers had explosives and night vision goggles. we should point out we don't know if officials were able to verify the presence of explosives. miguel and christine. >> certainly a dangerous situation. thank you, dan. three inmates who escaped from the jail in california are still at large, but five gang members are arrested. police are not identifying the
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suspects or saying why they were taken into custody. $200,000 reward is offered for information leading to their capture. the wife of the disgraced police officers charles gliniewicz is charged with being charged with theft. the couple used money from the police explorer post for personal expenses. her lawyers claim she was a victim of her husband's secret actions. gliniewicz killed himself last year to appear he was following three suspects. reaching a deal in police operations in the city. it requires all ferguson police officers for more training. the agreement coming ten months after a justice department report detailed racially bias.
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two people face charges for secretly taping planned parenthood officials. they say the clients are whistleblowers and deserve protection, not prosecution. they say the two were indicted by quote run away grand jury in texas and are asking the d.a. to appoint a special prosecutor to look into the case. a grand jury cleared planned parenthood of any wrongdoing concerning the sale of fetal tissue. with michigan lawmakers set to approval millions for flint, the governor says it is not known how many may have been harmed by the water supplies. the governor spoke with poppy harlow. poppy pressed him over his handling of the crisis. >> the kids were poisoned by the water they were drinking here. the epa knew about it, your
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former spokesperson knew about it in 2015. you did not declare a state of emergency until january of this year. why did it take so long? >> i knew about it in october. i acted immediately. i got people filtered. as soon as i knew about it, we took dramatic action. violence erupts at a detroit school following the suit and protest and march. two of the adults and several students were pepper-sprayed by detroit public school police. they were demonstrates over the city's public schools recent inspections revealed numerous code violations in the 90 plus school buildings.
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severe weather today and possibility of a another snowstorm next week. let's bring in meteorologist derek van dam. >> good morning, christine and miguel. moisture making its way across florida thanks to an developing area of low pressure. that same area of low pressure is spawning tornadoes on wednesday. we have a potential for more severe weather throughout the course of the day. we will focus our attention from basically west palm beach south to miami. each in ft. myers and naples. damaging winds and isolated tornado. our other big story is moderating temperatures over the eastern half of the u.s. it will be short lived as colder air comes across the u.s. next week with a potential for the snowstorm. more on that in a second. look at the big melt. new york.res above freezing in - reaching the mid 60s for atlanta by this weekend. here is the potential for severe
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weather and snowstorm on the back side. that is developing for the central u.s. by monday and tuesday of next week. potential for severe weather. ahead of the storm with rainfall as far north as michigan. look at the snowfall totals produced in the rockies through the plains. back to you. >> thank you, derek. new warning about the zika virus. why they believe the disease to be turning into a pandemic.
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the president of iran meeting with his french counterpart in paris. the next stop on the iranian delegation five-day european tour. it is president rouhani's trip abroad since ending the sanctions. there is talk to a big passenger jet deal with airbus. with iranian elections past approaching, there is a concern that the political wins to blow shut the new open door to world trade. senior correspondent frederik pleitgen is standing by in tehran with the latest. remarkable president rouhani in
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europe trying to do business deals. >> reporter: absolutely. there was one that was also just announced christine a couple minutes ago that french automaker peugeot will come back to iran. they inked a $400 million deal to have them produce here which is something they have done in the past. you are absolutely right. a lot of people are concerned about the political situation. a very key election coming up here in iran in a month's time. moderates here issay that modere candidates were disqualified. they see this as conservatives trying to cement the power after the nuclear agreement. i spoke to conservatives. they let us in the iranian parliament. they said the candidates were disqualified because they have issues or in trouble with the law. there is concern about the
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elections because they are going to be very important elections. many people here see the upcoming elections as a referendum on the iran way forward after the nuclear agreement. will they continue to open up to the west or more confrontation? >> thank you, fred. the zika virus has the potential to be an explosive pandemic. that is the word from two u.s. based scientists. they called the world health organization. the illness linked to the disease in brazil and it could spread across the u.s. cnn's shasta darlington has more. >> reporter: good morning, miguel. this is ground zero for the pandemic across the americas. it is the first place the zika virus was detected and the place
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where doctors saw the link two birth defects. babies born with small heads and under developed brains. more than 4,000 babies have been born with microphaly here. doctors are urging women to put off getting pregnant. many women here, teenagers, you get the sense of the heartache they are facing. no cure and efforts to eradicate the mosquito that transmits the virus. they are going door-to-door to tell people to eliminate the water puddles. and with the olympics coming here in the summer, they are working on this issue here.
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miguel, christine. >> the experts are asking the w.h.o. the warnings for pregnant women or anyone who think they could get pregnant. scary. 26 minutes past the hour. republicans running for president hours from facing off on the debate stage. the frontrunner will not be there. what donald trump is doing instead. next. "ow..." "are you okay?" "yeah, i just got charged for my credit monitoring. that's how i know it"s working." "ah. you know you can go on creditkarma.com and check it out there. it's completely free." "really?" "yeah" "oh, that didn't hurt at all." "yeah, completely painless." "credit karma. give yourself some credit."
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in just hours, the next gop presidential debate will take place without donald trump. what the frontrunner will be doing instead. hillary clinton and bernie sanders locked in a dead heat in iowa. strategies to win over undecided voters. breaking overnight. new arrests in the oregon militia standoff as the occupation leader urges protesters to go home. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm miguel marquez. it is 30 minutes past the hour. tonight, seven republicans debate in iowa minus donald trump for the first time. trump pulling out of the fox news debate citing bias on the part of megyn kelly. bill o'reilly asked him to change his mind. >> would you consider, think
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about it and look, i might come back, forgive, go forward, answer the questions, look out for the folks. i want you to consider it. i'll take them off the ledger if you consider it. >> even though you and i had an agreement you wouldn't ask me that, which we did, i will forget that you asked me that. it's up to fox. it's not up to me, bill. >> you are actually telling the truth there. >> you broke your agreement. >> i said -- >> i said don't ask me that question. >> donald trump still trying to executive produce. >> he is not backing down. it is his way or the highway. campaigning late into the night barely mentioning the debate feud. jim acosta has more.
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>> reporter: cryihristine and miguel, donald trump steered clear of the decision to drop out of the fox news gop debate. his campaign essentially made it official issuing a press release saying trump will appear at arrival event. trump would only say briefly during the rally in south carolina that he felt he has been treated very unfairly by fox news at previous debates. here is more of what he had to say. >> can you believe we already had six debates? when i did this, i never debated before. i create jobs, i create deals and i never debated. i get on the stage a number of months ago. i had no idea. i got a very unfair question from somebody. we don't talk about that. i refuse -- i refuse to talk about that. >> reporter: asked whether trump could appear at his rally and the debate at iowa, his campaign manager said it wasn't feasible
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as the events are happening at the same time. talking to trump supporters in south carolina, they sound like they are watching him later tonight and not the debate. christine and miguel. >> republican rivals kept up the ridicule to withdraw from the debate. listen to them dish it out. >> apparently mr. trump considers megyn kelly very, very scary. and, you know, donald is a fragile soul. she might ask a mean question and who knows what could happen. his hair to stand on end. >> all the press is here. 90% of the coverage is on the whole thing. donald trump not going to show up. ted cruz is challenging him to a one-on-one debate. interesting side show. >> weird. in the fact that he thinks he is being treated unfairly. he will be president of the united states? life's unfair. >> whether you are treated
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unfairly or not is irrelevant. you know, i have been treated unfairly with all these lies that have all been disproven. nevertheless, you know that goes with the territory. that prepares you for the white house. >> i think donald trump's main addition he brought to the debate this year is silliness and bombast and empty rhetoric. he has not added substantial the year. i don't think he will be missed. >> i think it is a mistake by donald. i said that. things don't go your way. i was sent to the undercard debate by fox. i did not whine. i went to the debate and argued my points. that's what a leader does. you fight through adversity. >> carly fiorina on the undercard debate tweeted a challenge for trump to debate her one-on-one. i'm free tomorrow at 8:00 p.m.
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my campaign will give $2 million to debate at drake. on the democratic side, bernie sanders and hillary clinton in a dead heat. amazingly enough in iowa polls with four days to go for voters. clinton pivoting away at the attack from sanders recently, she is offering a positive upbeat message. that also borrows a little of sanders populous thunder. sanders rise in the polls saying he believes if he will win iowa, if there's a big turn around. correspondent brianna keilar has the latest on the democratic race from iowa. >> reporter: christine and miguel, bernie sanders began his day meeting with president obama in the oval office just days after the president gave such high praise of hillary clinton. bernie sanders given the opportunity to say that the president was putting his finger on the scale for hillary
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clinton. he didn't. he said the president and vice president are being fair. meanwhile in mason city, getting star power from susan saran odo. >> he is principled and incredibly brave. i've come here because for me gender is not what's important. issues are what's important. >> i think anybody who objectively and fairly looks at our campaign versus our opponent's campaign knows that the energy, the enthusiasm, the momentum is with us. >> reporter: hillary clinton spent the evening fund raising on the east coast. bernie sanders drawing contrast. tweeting, bernie sanders speaking in mason city, iowa. hillary clinton at investment firm in philadelphia.
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she was at a fund-raiser with jon bon jovi at a multimillion dollar firm. handing off the baton to her husband. time for an early start on your money. the u.s. economy slowed down at the end of last year. that shook markets around the world. asian shares finished lower. u.s. stock futures trying to move higher. the fed's assessment slammed the dow down 223 points. the fed stopped short of saying the volatility will change the plans of raising rates four times this year. many doubt the fed will do all four rate hikes. the dow and nasdaq down 8% this year. let's talk about something that is moving higher. facebook wowed investors with
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soaring sales. good profit. user growth. mobile ads a winner. during the last three months of 2015, facebook made $1.6 billion in profit. it managed to make more money. the facebook story quite different from what we saw yesterday from apple. apple shares down 6%. apple talking about the hit from currency. some analysts say facebook is more impressive because it had the currency worries and managed to post profit growth. >> apple makes so much money. >> a lot of people saying has apple peaked. the core. >> i see what you did there. >> you see that? >> amazing. breaking news overnight. the standoff with the fbi and militia men in oregon winding down. new arrests as the leader calls for protesters to stand down. mai a w philips lifeline gives betty white peace of mind and gave my father a second chance at life.
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we have breaking developments overnight in the wildlife refuge in oregon. three men arrested by the fbi turning themselves in after reaching a checkpoint. this is after the protest leader asked the followers to end the month-long occupation following his arrest on tuesday. let's get more from dan simon.
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>> reporter: christine, things are intense as you have armed occupiers at the refuge. it is unclear when this will come to an end. ammon bundy, through his lawyer, is telling everyone who is still there to go home. in his words, go home and hug their families. who knows if they heed that call. nobody wants to see a repeat of the bloodshed of occupiers killed during the traffic stop. >> they continue to ignore us and push us to the point to stand and depend our rights. >> we were willing to sacrifice our lives, but the fact that it was someone that we love so much that is not a family member that is also willing to sacrifice his life. >> it's time for everybody in this illegal occupation to move on. there doesn't have to be bloodshed in our community. >> reporter: as things remain fragile here, one particular
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note is the federal complaint mentioned that the occupiers have explosives and night vision goggles. miguel, christine. thank you, dan. three inmates who escaped from the southern california jail still at large. five alleged gangs members have been arrested with the jail break. police are not identifying the suspects. officials believe the three escaped prisoners had help from the outside. a $200,000 reward being offered for information leading to the capture. melanie gliniewicz, wife of disgraced officer charles gliniewicz is now charged in the theft of funds. her lawyers claim she was a
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victim of her husband's secret actions. gliniewicz killed himself last year. he staged his suicide to make it appear if he was killed pursuing three suspects. the justice department and officials in ferguson, missouri, reaching a deal to revamp police operations. it requires all ferguson officers to be outfitted with body cameras and more trainings. this coming ten months after the rest of police bias after the michael brown shooting. attorneys for two now facing charges over the planned parenthood videos. they claim sandra merritt and david delandin are whistleblowers. the grand jury cleared planned
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parenthood concerning the sale of fetal tissue and indicted those two. calls for michigan governor rick snyder to resign is growing over the water crisis in flint. michael moore calling for his arrest. moore telling cnn that the crisis is squarely in the governor's lap. meantime, state lawmakers are set to approve $28 million in assistance for flint. the governor says it is not clear how many children may have been harmed by lead contamination. he sat down with cnn's poppy harlow. >> reporter: good morning. the governor saying the flint water crisis is a terrible tragedy. vowing to do everything he can to solve the crisis. for many people in flint, it is too little and too late. the governor has said at least 100 children have tested positive for lead poisoning.
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what that does to the body is it can lower iq, it has life long effects on children. it can lead to criminality and it can be multigenerational. we sat down with the governor, we wanted to know if there is an update. how many more children have been affected? >> that is the problem. we know the ones with higher levels to do follow-up care. the public health pieces and educational process. to watch these kids for years that did not have higher blood levels in terms of a blood test. >> you are saying there are 100 children now who tested for the high levels the lead. because it is harder to test for it after an extended period of time, there could be more? >> we are assuming that. >> assuming many more? >> yes. >> so, say we're sitting back here in five years, will those lead pipes be replaced? >> i hope a lot of work has been done on that topic.
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it is too soon to tell. i can't tell you. as a practice, we need to work on that. >> governor, given that is the safest thing? >> we need to make sure we get all of the resources. the water systems is critical. >> what would stand in the way of that other than money? >> you have a statewide issue in terms of lead pipes. >> reporter: as you heard, the immediate plan is not to replace all of the lead pipes in the short-term. the doctor, pediatrician here in flint who discovered the lead in the water told me she believes it will take a commitment of $100 million by the state to the people of flint just to help the children who have been affected by the lead. that means making sure they get the proper nutrition, early education which is needed and mental health services. i asked the governor if he will
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commit $100 million to that. he said to me we are making sure they get what they need. back to you. >> that story is so heart breaking on 100 levels. >> it is shocking. >> we spent a generation trying to get lead out of the air and lead out of the paint to protect kids. we know what lead exposure does. these kids are drinking lead out of a straw. >> in this year. severe weather today and the possibility of another big snowstorm next week. let's bring in meteorologist derek van dam. >> good morning, christine and miguel. temperatures hovering at or below the freezing mark. a weak clipper system in marquette. there is the storm system. the potential for up to 1 to 2 inches of localized snowfall for that region once our temperatures drop below freezing as the cold front passes.
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along the east coast, we have the big melt happening today and through the rest of the weekend. new york and washington, temperatures in the low 40s. it only gets warmer from here. look at the early parts of next week. we don't want to get used to the warmth. cooldown across the eastern half of the u.s. by the second half of next week. in the meantime, we hahave potential for the severe weather across florida. damaging winds and tornadoes. ft. myers and into the miami area. a hint of potential for major storm over the central part of the country for tuesday and wednesday. look at snowfall totals from the ro rockies to the plains. thank you, derek. another for-profit college accused of lying to the students. the issue of job placement is not true and why the government isn't buying it next.
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the president of iran meeting with his french counterpart in paris. the next stop on the five-day european tour aimed at reasserting the iranian place in the global marketplace. it is president rouhani's first trip abroad since the ending of the nuclear deal and dropping of sanctions. this could lead to a passenger jet deal with airbus, but with the elections in iran fast approaching, this could blow shut the open door to world trade. cnn's frederik pleitgen is standing by in tehran. fred, interesting to see iran on world market selling iran. >> reporter: absolutely, miguel. they are bullish in the attitude. they want foreign investment quickly.
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they have the passenger jet we believe will be announced today. iran wants to buy 100 aircraft from airbus. they want to buy boeing jets as well. a couple of minutes ago, they announced french automaker peugeot. that is a $400 million deal that is inked in paris. the iranians want to get economy up to speed as fast as possible. i spoke to the top economic adviser of president rouhani yesterday. he said he wants to assure america that american companies can invest in iran. he said they will make no difference between the americans and europeans. at the same time, the political situation in the country still somewhat fragile. there is a very important election coming up soon. moderates in the country, accused conservatives of disqualifying. a lot of moderate candidates say that is not true. neverthele nevertheless, people in iran looking forward to the elections
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because they see them as a referendum on the nuclear agreement and the iran's new course of opening up to the west. miguel. >> such fast changes happening in iran. amazing to have you there. thank you, fred. the zika virus could be an explosive pandemic. the scientists called on the world health organization to call an emergency meeting on the virus. the virus linked to birth defects in brazil. the virus could spread across the u.s. cnn's shasta darlington picks up the story. >> reporter: good morning, christine and miguel. we are here at ground zero for the pandemic across the americas. it is the first place the zika virus was detected and the place where doctors made a link between the virus and birth defects. babies born with small heads and underdeveloped brains.
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more than 4,000 babies have been born with the disease here in brazil. one-third in the state. to the point that officials are urging women putting off getting pregnant if at possible. talking to many mothers here, many teenagers, you get the sense of heart break. no vaccines and no cure. efforts focused on trying to eradicate the mosquito that transmits the virus. they are sending officials door-to-door to educate families and eliminate the pools of water where the mosquitoes breed. and with the olympics coming here in the summer, they will inspect venues on a daily basis. experts say they are probably just looking at the tip of the iceberg. miguel and christine. thank you. let's get a look at your money.
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the federal reserve says the economy slowed down at the end of the year. the fed showing some worry over slow growth abroad. kept to the game plan as expected. fed did not raise interest rates, but suggested a march rate hike is in play. the dow and s&p 500, both down 8%. the nasdaq has plunged almost 11%. bad day for apple yesterday. you had guidance from apple and boeing. 6.4 million homeowners are seriously under water. that is according to the report out this moing. that is a huge improvement from recent years. still a large number, about 11% of properties with mortgages, are under water. cities with the highest shares of under water home, las vegas, cleveland, akron, ohio and orlando. a hope that raising home prices will continue to improve that situation. another for-profit college in trouble with the government.
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ftc says devry university deceived students about this chances of getting a job and increasing salary. since 1975, a number got jobs following graduation. we had the department of education coming down pretty hard on the for-profit colleges. saying you need to show the after graduation placement and four years out and ten years out. so people have a choice. >> they are so aggressive on television advertising in places. >> that's right. "early start" continues right now. >> in just hours, republicans running for president face-off on the debate stage. except for the frontrunner. what donald trump is doing instead. bernie sanders and hillary
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clinton in a dead heat in iowa. their strategies to bring in new voters. and new arrests in the oregon militia standoff. we have the details ahead. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm miguel marquez. >> you kind of look like john berman. >> only. it is thursday, january 28th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. tonight, seven republican candidates debate each other in iowa. minus donald trump. for the first time, donald trump pulling out of the fox debate. citing issues with megyn kelly. bill o'reilly spoke to trump. >> they will have terrorists coming at

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