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donald trump saying he will finally detail his immigration policies this week, but his campaign struggling to explain where he stands. we're breaking down details. two gang members arrested for shooting dwyane wade's cousin in chicago as she pushed her child in a stroller. overnight, passengers fleeing one of the busiest airports causing a shutdown of l.a.x. the airport now given the all clear. we will tell you what happened to cause the scare.
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>> a person in a zorro costume. >> it raises questions if there is a major event. how prepared are airports. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. the wait to hear donald trump explain his immigration policy may be over or not. overnight, trump tweeted i'll make a major special on illegal immigration on wednesday. his speech happens after a week of vesication of backing off the campaign. his team was on the sunday shows, but neither his running mate or campaign manager could give an answer on what trump plans to do with the millions of immigrants in the u.s. illegally. >> let's be clear. nothing has changed about his position. on dealing with illegal
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immigration, he put this at the center of the campaign of the primaries. in his position and principles have been consistent. >> the one issue you did not address is whether or not the 11 or 12 million undocumented immigrants will be removed by a deportation force as you heard mr. trump say last november. is that policy still operative? >> you heard him describe there in his usual plain spoken american way was a mechanism, not a policy. >> how do they leave? do they self deport? or deportation force or something that helps them leave the country immediately as he previously said he would like to have happen. >> that is the question here, john. >> that is the question and he had an answer for the last 14 months, but now does not. now with less than a month to go before the first presidential debate and two months before the election, not much time to get
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that message on immigration. let's get the latest from cnn's diane gallagher. >> reporter: john and christine, the first debate is a month away. officials say donald trump spent part of his sunday getting ready for it. they did debate at the trump golf club in new jersey. one topic is immigration. specifically what will happen to the 11 undocumented immigrants in the u.s. late sunday, trump announced a major speech this wednesday discussing illegal immigration. it will be in arizona which is key to the debate over what to do about it. of course, this follows last week where he gave contradictory answers where those have to be deported. saying he wanted a softening of his policy and some may see it
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as him hardening on the issue. what trump is emphasizing now is after being elected, he will deport those not in the country lawfully and no path to legalization unless they leave and come back legally and pay back taxes. the issue is, should there be a force to deport those in the country illegally and whether they should leave the country. saying he wants it done in a humane way. politicians question exactly where he stood on those points and analysts say he was hurting himself by delaying the speech. mike pence defended trump's approach on cnn's state of the union. >> you see someone engaging the american people and listening to the american people. he is hearing from all sides. i promise you, he is a decisive leader. he will stand on the principles
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that have pinned his commitment on illegal immigration in this country. that is what you will learn. >> reporter: all eyes on arizona for answers come wednesday. john and christine. >> diane, thank you. trump drawing fire for the way he recently appealed to african-americans. asking what the hell do they have to lose by voting for him. by making his pitch to largely white audiences. >> donald trump has not held an event in the black community. he has not gone to a black church as hillary clinton has done. he has not gone to historic black colleges. he has not met with the mothers of children who have been slain and killed from violence in this country. >> but late last night, trump campaign announced he will speak on a black christian television channel. that interview is set for 11:00 saturday morning. he has a long way to go with the
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standing with polls. a wall street journal poll shows 1% with black voters. he tweeted about the tragic death of nba player dwyane wade's cousin. she was shot while pushing her 3-week-old baby. he wrote, dwyane wade's baby was shot and killed walking her baby. just what i have been saying. african-americans will vote trump. that drew condemnation of those accusing him of exploiting the matter. chicago police have now charged two men with murder in the death of wade's cousin nykea aldridge. officials say the brothers were shooting at a man who dropped off some women nearby. they say the brothers thought the man might be armed so they chased him starting shooting and
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missed. hitting aldridge instead. cnn sat down with nykea's mother who spoke about her daughter's total devotion to her children. >> reporter: john and christine, it was moving having this conversation with diane. she wanted to celebrate her daughter's life. she was a fashionista. she loved to do her hair. she liked to write poetry. her life was about her children. >> she was trying to make a better life for her and her kids. that was the most important thing in her life. her kids. to make sure they got out of situations that she had been in. they tell each other they miss their mom. they want their mom. it just hurts to hear kids saying they want their mom and
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their mom won't be in their lives anymore. only through spirit and pictures. that's the only way they know their mom for the rest of their lives. the only thing they have to go on is what they have. it is heartbreaking. oh, god. it is heartbreaking to hear that and raise her own children. i truly, truly from the bottom of my heart, i forgive them. i forgive them. i can't bring her back. i forgive them. i pray to god that they pray to god to ask for forgiveness for what they have done. they have taken a person's life senselessly. >> reporter: heartbreaking hearing the pain that mother is going through and remarkable through that pain she still has a message of forgiveness for the men who committed this crime. unfortunately, this is not the first time that diane has gone
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through this grief. her oldest daughter was killed from gun violence ten years ago. john and christine. >> rachel crane, thank you. among the attention about aldridge's death, there is more gunfire in chicago. the police department says four people killed and 23 injured since saturday afternoon. chicago tribune reports 2,208 shooting victims so far this year. that is on pace to exceed last year's total. fed chief janet yellen prepped the world for a rate increase. yellen talked about rosy data and strong labor and housing markets last week. a solid jobs report this friday could determine if we see a bump in september or december.
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ultra low rates propel stocks to record highs. it has been seven years without a recession. seven years. the central bank has been doing the bulk of the work so far. the next president will have to spend money to boost growth. many think government spending is too restrictive. they predict infrastructure could create jobs. trump and clinton propose spending on bridges and roads, but the house is reluctant to spend more. global markets are mixed this morning. u.s. futures are lower. a lot of people think whoever is the next president has to work with congress. >> a lot of people i have been speaking with are concerned if there is a recession. you cannot cut rates. >> a recession is inevitable. that is a business cycle. we have been expanding for seven years.
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new developments in the war on isis and syria. turkey backed syrian rebels near the border of jarablus. this is complicating relations with turkey and the u.s. the rebels appear to be advancing territory backed by
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u.s./kurdish rebels. we have more with nick paton walsh. good morning, nick. >> reporter: this how policy turns to pessimism. they thought a nato ally would send in to take the fight to as many for a long period of time. president erdogan making it clear they would fight isis and the syrian kurds with the same determination. it doesn't appear so. the violence is with the turkey forces advancing against syrian/kurdish forces. they would leave the key town and recently taken off isis, but they leave that and apart to not have occurred at this stage. now it appears we see syrian rebels with turkish support that the u.s. have been backing with
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special forces and effective in the fight against isis. what a nightmare more u.s. policy. it has always struggled to find the right allies. it has two key people that need to work together and now they are fighting each other. that is vital in the key closing stage in the fight against isis. >> thank you, nick. tropical storms could be headed to florida and the carolinas this week. meteorologist pedram javaheri has the latest. >> good morning, john and christine. this is the time of year we watch carefully. not one, but four tropical interests over the last couple hours have popped up. tropical depression 8 and 9. the most imminent threat to land. you look and climatologically speaking, you see the peak activity across this part of the world. the main interests at this point
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is tropical depression 9 could become hermine and then ian. the concern is heavy rainfall. the currents in the atmosphere are guiding the storm off to the east. a couple maps take it back to texas. we he believe the storm will impact around tampa and north of tampa late thursday and friday with heavy rainfall the main threat. there is a lot of dry air and wind shear above the storm. it will not strengthen tremendously. rainfall amounts could be heavy across western and eastern side of florida as more tropical moisture surges in. >> pedram, thank you. beyonce showing why she is queen bey with a 15-minute performance. she won video of the year for "formation." britney spears considered lack luster for her comeback. supporters calling it solid. kanye west took to the stage and
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congratulated himself. >> that never happens. >> he compared himself to steve jobs and he was there to introduce his music video and he talked about taylor swift and gun violence in chicago. rihanna winning the vanguard award. she performed her hits throughout the show. rumored boyfriend, drake, revealed he had been in love with her since he was 22. in case you needed that information to get on with your day. >> that is an important download right there. >> a quick vma download. it started at 11:30. that's late. >> that was an hour ago. overnight, a scary scene at l.a.x. and completely bizarre. terminals cleared. all flights stopped. this is an air travel mess. police say there were reports of shots fired. that may not have happened. what did happen? we will tell you.
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overnight, los angeles police declared reports of gunfire at l.a.x. unfounded. they say no shots were fired at the airport and no injuries reported. said it was loud noises. the mistaken report caused terminal evacuation and snarled flights. it caused arriving and departing flights to a 30-minute ground stop by the faa. people were rushing through
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security screening and on to the tarmac. all of this because of loud noises. police say the official airport twitter account noted. also detained a man in a zorro costume. unclear if the two incidents, loud noises and people breaching security and zorro were the cause. >> that is low for l.a.x. >> what about the guys in the batman costume? it is l.a.x. investigators are trying to determine what caused one of the engines on a southwest airline to fail at 30,000 feet. that plane was flying from new orleans to orlando. passengers say there was an explosion. the pilots made a safe emergency landing in pensacola. no one was injured. southwest said it was a mechanical issue. the cornell university campus now the scene of a homicide investigation. police say a student from nearby
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ithaca college was stabbed to death. another person injured when a large fight broke out following a student organized event sunday morning. the victim is a 19-year-old anthony nazair. school officials say he was part of the student organization whose goal to empower men of color on campus. trump announced he will give a major speech about his immigration policy, but what is his immigration policy ? that is a major question right now. we'll discuss next. ♪ kellogg's frosted flakes gives you the sweet spark to go all in and let your great out. they'r did you know verizon has more than three timesizon. the 4g lte coverage of sprint? and i'm jamie foxx for sprint. pretty much the same coverage if you squint. you are not jamie foxx! sprint is last nationally in 4g lte coverage.
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does donald trump still think 11 million undocumented immigrants still need to go? he will give a major speech on immigration, but what will he say? a tragic death on the chicago south side.
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nba star dwyane wade's cousin shot and killed while pushing her 3-week-old baby in a stroller. overnight, reports of an active shooter at l.a.x. this just caused chaos there. people streaming out into the tarmac. we will tell you the bizarre story of what actually happened and one thing you need to know. there was someone in a zorro outfit and plastic sword. >> may or may not have been related. >> when you have zorro there, it does add to intrigue. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. flying out of l.a.x. is a concern. it is open. the wait to hear donald trump talk about immigration policy may be over or not. trump tweeted this. i will make a speech on illegal immigration on wednesday in the great state of arizona. trump's speech comes after a
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week of vesication after the questions of if he was backing off a central campaign promise. neither his running mate nor his campaign manager would or could give a definite answer on what trump plans to do with the millions of people now in the u.s. illegally. >> let's be very clear. nothing has changed about trump's position on dealing with illegal immigration. he put this at the center of the campaign in the republican primaries. his position and his principles have been consistent. >> the one issue you did not address is whether or not the 11 or 12 undocumented immigrants will be removed by the deportation force as you heard mr. trump say from the clip in november. is that policy still operative? >> what you heard him describe there in his usual plain spoken american way was a mechanism. not a policy. >> how do they leave?
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do they self deport? or a deportation force that helps them leave the country immediately as he previously said he liked to see happen. >> that's really the question here, john. >> that is the question that has been asked and not answered now for several days. with less than a month to go before the first presidential debate, time is running out for a clear message on immigration. with the latest on that from cnn's diane gallagher. >> reporter: john and christine, that first presidential debate is less than a month away and the campaign official tells us that donald trump did spend part of his sunday getting ready for it. we are told his advisors did debate prep at the trump national golf resort in new jersey. one topic is immigration. specifically what should happen to the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the u.s. that is still one dogging the trump campaign. last sunday, trump announced he will give a major speech this
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wednesday discussing illegal immigration in arizona. that has been key over the debate of what to do about it. this follows last week where he gave contradictory answers whether he believes those in the country illegally should be deported as he previously stated. saying he wanted a softening of his policy and later saying that some might see it as him hardening on the issue. what trump is emphasizing now is that immediately after being elected, he would deport criminals in the u.s. unlawfully and no path to legalization unless they leave and apply to return and pay back taxes. what the campaign is avoiding is whether or not trump believes a force to round up and deport all of those who are here in the country illegally. also, whether all of them must leave the country saying he wants it done in a humane way. politicians question where he stood on those points.
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some said he was hurting himself by delaying the speech. mike pence defended trump's approach. >> you should see a ceo at work. someone engaging the american people and listening the american people. he is hearing from all sides. i promise you, he will stand on the principles that have under pinned his commitment to end illegal immigration in the country. that is what you will learn. >> reporter: all eyes will be on arizona for answers come wednesday. john and christine. >> we will see if the answers do come. trump has been talking a lot about issues involving african-americans asking them in his words what the hell do they have to lose by voting for him. but maybe making his pitch to largely white audiences. >> he has not gone to a black church. he has not gone to historic black colleges like hillary
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clinton. he has not met with the mothers of children who have been slain and killed from violence in the country. >> overnight, the trump campaign announced donald trump will speak to african-americans on a black christian television channel. the interview is set for saturday morning at 11:00. still, trump has a long way to go to improve standing among african-american voters. a pew poll showed trump has 2% support among african-americans. the wall street journal poll is 1% among black voters. over the weekend, donald trump really invited more controversy when he tweeted about the tragic death of nba player dwyane wade's cousin nykea aldridge. shot while pushing a stroller in chicago. quote, she was just shot and killed in chicago walking a baby. african-americans will vote
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trump. that drew furious condemnation. later, he offered condolences to the family. police charged two men with murder in the death of nykea aldridge. they are both brothers and gang members. officials say the brothers were shooting at a man who dropped off some women nearby. they say the brothers thought the man might be armed so they chased him and started shooting and missed and hitting aldridge. cnn's rachel crane sat down with nykea's mother. >> reporter: john and christine, it was incredibly moving having this conversation with diane, nykea's mother. she wanted to celebrate her daughter's life. she was a fashionista. she described her as awesome. she loved to do her hair.
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she was a wonderful writer. she liked to write poetry. her life was her four children. >> she was trying to make a better life for her and her kids. that was the most important thing in her life were her kids. to make sure they got out of situations that she had been in. they tell each other, you know, they miss their mom. they want their mom. it just hurts to hear kids saying they want their mom and their mom won't be in their lives anymore. only through spirit. only through pictures. that's the only way they can know their mom for the rest of their lives. only thing they have to go on is what they had. it's just heartbreaking. it's really -- oh, god, it's heartbreaking to hear. to raise her own children. i truly, truly from the bottom
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of my heart, i forgive them. i forgive them. i can't bring her back, but i forgive them. i pray to god that they pray to god to ask for forgiveness for what they have done. they've taken a person's life senselessly. >> reporter: heartbreaking hearing the pain that mother is going through and remarkable through that pain she still has a message of forgiveness for the men who committed this crime. unfortunately, this is not the first time that diane has gone through this grief. her oldest daughter was also killed from gun violence ten years ago. john and christine. >> rachel, thank you for that. your heart goes out to that family. amid the attention on aldridge's death, more gun violence in chicago. four people were killed and 24 injured just saturday afternoon. the chicago tribune reports that
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there has been more than 2,800 people shot this year. 49ers colin kaepernick is standing by his decision not to stand during the national anthem. kaepernick said the issue is bigger than football. he is using his platform to protest racial injustice in the country. kaepernick sat during the anthem before a preseason game this weekend. he says he will stand when things change. 40 minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. global stocks mixed after janet yellen laid the ground work for an interest rate hike this year. the week is full of economic data with a jobs report. that will cause speculation on the timing of said rate hike. in the u.s., stock market futures are lower right now. trouble in obamacare. one-third of u.s. counties may have a single health insurer on
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the exchange next year. that is according to a new study by the kaiser foundation. a pull back could mean one option in counties. that would give americans far less choice this year. companies like united health care and aetna say they lost money through the exchange. smaller companies have shutdown. the marketplace was designed to hold down prices by creating competition. a smaller number of insurers means those who remain may raise premiums. a structure problem. italy right now in grief over last week's tragic earthquakes. towns demolished. people still unaccounted for. search is still under way. we will talk about the rebuilding effort next.
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new developments this morning in italy where an earthquake struck last week killing at least 281 people. the focus now shifting from rescue to recovery. the focus is whether or not to rebuild in the mountain towns. we have frederik pleitgen live in amatrice. >> reporter: of the 281 people killed, 230 were killed here alone. i want to show you what is going on. this has turned from a search and rescue to a recovery. crews believe there are at least three to ten bodies there. there is a famous restaurant where there are a few bodies still in there. they cannot get to them simply because the scene is as you see it right there. you are seeing some of the crews are actually starting to tear
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down some of the houses that have been badly damaged. the reason for that, john, that with every aftershock that happens here, over 1,000 aftershocks since the initial earthquake. some houses are in danger of coming down or destroyed. that say big threat to the search crews working. they have to make that environment safe for the guys working there. at the same time, the local population, survivors, still traumatized by what happened. scared of the aftershocks. mourning those killed. almost every family in the town was affected. there are some, however, who are saying they will carry on with their lives. there was a wedding in the ruins of a church. they had it outside the church. they said this earthquake has done so much damage. we want to show there is life here as well. there are people who are trying to defy this situation, but at the same time, still very, very difficult for many people. many people very scared and sad at the same time. trying to pick up the pieces.
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at the same time the rescue workers doing their best to try to clear up the situation for italy to try to move on. john. >> i saw pictures of the wedding. very moving. fred, thank you. tropical storms may be winding up to hit florida this week. we have meteorologist pedram javaheri with the latest. >> good morning, john and christine. the tropical activity picking up in the last couple hours. you notice we have four areas of interest. one of which a major hurricane. this is gaston. the initial indication is this stays offshore. the two storms. tropical depression 9 and tropical depression 8. 8 in particular weakening over the past couple hours. not impressive on satellite/radar. we think it will speed up and get up to tropical storm strength and brush by the carolina coastline. outer banks is the main threat across the region. generally for rainfall and gusty
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winds on the shores. look at the energy into the gulf of mexico. water temperatures in the mid-80s. on the coastline, 90 degrees. that is the warmest we have seen. the center of circulation for the storm is tropical depression 9 sitting across cuba. the forecast guidance on this will take the storms to the north and eventually push to the east. we take thursday night around tampa and north to the big bend of florida for a strong tropical storm. it doesn't look like it will get to hurricane strength, but things change. guys. >> we will watch that closely. cbs news man charles osgood is calling it a career. he is about to turn 84. he made the announcement at the close of the program he hosted for two decades "cbs sunday morning." >> some of you heard rumors i won't be hosting the broadcast much longer. i'm hear to tell you the rumors are true. it has been a great run, but after nearly 50 years at cbs,
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including the last 22 years here at "sunday morning" the time has come. >> charles osgood's last broadcast is september 25th. you can still see him on the radio doing the osgood file. they had quite a run on that show. >> they have. that voice. his cadence. good luck to you. beyonce showing why she is queen bey with an epic 15-minute performance. she won video of the year for "formation." britney spears considered lack luster during her come back. critics calling it under whelming. kanye west took to the stage for a four-minute speech. he compared himself to steve
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jobs and disney. he talked about his clash with taylor swift and black lives matter and gun violence in chicago. and rihanna winning the vanguard award by performing her hits throughout the show. rumored boyfriend drake presented her with the vanguard award and revealed he has been in love with her since he was 22. >> who hasn't? >> you have all of the information you need to make the decisions today. we have given you your download of the vmas. you may see something new in the skies today. the new rules for drones as we get an early start on your money and early start on your drones next.
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what a night at l.a.x. chaos at the airport there. this morning, officials say reports of gunfire at l.a.x. were unfounded.
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no shots were fired. no injuries reported. as you can see here, people streaming anywhere. the mistaken report caused traffic to stop and snarled flights. officials blamed it all on loud noises. the airport's official twitter account noticed police detained a man in a zorro costume. >> batman was able to walk free. >> it is unclear if zorro was related to anything else. >> there was pandemonium with reports of shots fired at jfk. how is ground control? >> had it been something, is that how to hand it. authorities are searching
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for three inmates who escaped from a jail in louisiana. they are considered dangerous. officials say the inmates jumped over two roles of razor wire fencing. police in louisiana say an unlicensed driver was behind the wheel of a crash on sunday. the bus slammed into the scene of another accident on i-10. the bus was filled with undocumented workers heading to baton rouge to help with flood clean up. the driver identified as dennis rodriguez, is in police custody. let's get an early start on your money. global stocks mixed this morning after janet yellen laid the ground work for an interest rate hike this year. she cited rosy data and strong labor market last week. a strong jobs report on friday may determine if we see that rate hike in september or later in the year.
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in the u.s., futures are down a bit right now. the federal government officially opening america's skys to drones. rules go into effect today. you may see drones for crop monitoring and film making and news gathering and firefighting. it restricts flying at night. drones must be less than 55 pounds. they always must be in sight of a human operator. those rules are good for businesses, but lots of commercial applications, you won't see drones delivering packages. the u.s. open setting records. the tournament offers the most prize money of any in the world. winnings increase 10% this year to a total of $46.3 million. that means the top singles player nets $3.5 million. doubles players rake in $625,000. this is good for the first round losers. they collect $40,000 for
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competing. >> they set a record for a price of water. $76. a chicken sandwich, $438. >> i cannot confirm those numbers. i can confirm my backhand is not good enough to be in one of those competitions. "early start" continues. donald trump says he's going to give a big immigration speech this week, but will he clear up all the confusion about his current immigration policies? we break down the details. two known gang members arrested for shooting dwyane wade's cousin on the south side of chicago as she pushed her 3-week-old baby in a stroller. the emotional plea from her mother. and chaos at l.a.x. passengers, you can see them on the tarmac, fleeing reports of gunfire at the airport. you see evacuations.
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the airport shutdown. reports of a man in a zorro costume taken into custody. no gun fire. flights now operating again. there is a story to be told. stay tuned for that. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is monday, august 29th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. good morning. the wait to hear donald trump clearly explain his immigration policy may be over or not. overnight, trump tweeted i'll make a major speech on illegal immigration wednesday in the great state of arizona. trump's speech, if it happens, comes after a week of vesication raising questions about whether he was backing off a central campaign promise. with less than a month to go before the first presidential debate, time is running out for a clear message on immigration. the latest on that from cnn's diane gallagher. >> reporter: john, christine, that first presidential debate less than a month

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