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hundreds of protesters breaking curfew in charlotte marching throughout the night as the family of keith lamont scott speaks out. reviewing video proves he was not acting out aggressively. and the tulsa police officer booked into jail. there is a report just in that she has reportedly been released on bail. facing charges of manslaughter. yahoo! facing the biggest data breach ever.
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astonishing 500 million accounts hacked. what this means for your security and who the company thinks did this. i'm christine romans. this is "early start." >> i'm john berman. it is friday, september 23rd. 4:00 a.m. in the east. relative calm on the streets of charlotte after the third night of protests after the shooting of the black man keith lamont scott. the protests broke up past the curfew. the mayor decided not to enforce the curfew because the demonstrations were peaceful. protesters were calling for the release of video showing bradley vincent shooting keith lamont scott. the scott family says they were allowed to see it according to
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their attorney and they say the actions were different from the descriptions from police. we have the latest from cnn's nick valencia. >> reporter: good morning, john. we have seen different actions last night from the previous two nights. the protests were peaceful. there was a curfew in effect, but police did not see the need to implement that curfew because things were going well. when we were here, the national guard was present. it has been an hour and a half since they rolled out of here. they were mingling and having dialogue when we pulled up on the scene. the protests yesterday, no injuries were immediately reported, though police said two officers were sprayed with a chemical agent. they did not expand on what those officers were sprayed with. a welcome sight. you said that right, john. 24 hours ago, if you remember here, there were people out on
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the streets and businesses cleaning up the aftermath of the riots. graffiti on buildings and knocked out windows. people trying to get a sense of what happened. today, it seems like a normal day at this hour for the streets of charlotte downtown. john. >> the issue of the video, that seems paramount right now to the demonstrators on the streets and family of keith lamont scott. they say they watched the video. the police chief says he has no definitive proof in the video that scott was pointing a gun at officers and the family sees no gun at all. >> reporter: through the spokesman, the video appears to be ambiguous. we did talk yesterday morning i should say to an official who had seen that dash cam video or police video of the shooting. he told me there was an obvious
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threat and not only did keith scott have a gun, but ankle holster. yesterday morning, the police chief of charlotte would not go as far as to say that. he said it was definitive. scott's family releasing the statement through the spokesman saying the video is ambiguous. they are demanding the video be released. that is what is adding to the frustration of the demonstrators. they want to see the video and they believe in transparency. those demonstrations won't stop until the video is public. >> the police chief kerr putney says he will consider it. and the police officer in tulsa has been charged. betty shelby has a photo booked.
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attorneys for crutcher's family are happy the charges have been brought. for the latest, i want to bring in sara sidner in tulsa for us. >> reporter: john and christine, the district attorney here has decided to charge betty shelby. the incident has been caught up a helicopter and from some of the car cameras as they came on the scene. now what he has decided to charge her with is serious. not the murder charge the family demanded. he decided she will be charged with manslaughter first degree, heat of passion, or manslaughter first degree resisting criminal intent. these are serious charges. i say that because she is innocent until proven guilty. if she is convicted, she faces a minimum of four years in prison
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and maximum of life in prison. this is all over the case of the death of terence crutcher. shown on video putting hands up walking back to his car. this is where the evidence gets disputed with attorneys. her attorney saying he reached toward or into the window of the car and she became worried and afraid for her life. the defense attorney. the attorneys for the family saying hold on a second. we think and have seen evidence that the window was actually up. no reason to fear him in the first place. we are seeing bits and pieces of information. this is from the tulsa county district attorney chief investigator. he says his investigation revealed and i'm quoting here that officer shelby walked up to the car before she deployed her weapon and she cleared the driver's side of the car and then proceeded toward the passenger side of the car. then she again saw terence
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crutcher. their argument is she knew there was nothing to hurt her in the car, but she used her weapon against him. the situation has been calm when it comes to protests. the family fully expecting a vigorous prosecution and trial. john, christine. >> sara sidner, thanks. president obama says violence will not solve the problem of killing black men of police. there is a sense of frustration and feeling of justice is not always color blind. that anger should be redirected to reforming the system. >> the way we change the system requires us to be able to reach out and engage the broader american community. that requires being peaceful. that requires being thoughtful
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about what are the specific reforming you're looking for. the overwhelming majority of people concerned about police-community relations doing it the right way. every once and a while, you see folks doing it the wrong way. >> trump says he may visit charlotte after the debate monday night with clinton. he is calling for a national crime agenda. claiming protests are making america look bad to the world. he ramped up his tough law and order message at a rally in pittsburgh. >> the problem is not there are too many police. the problem is there are not enough police. police are entrusted with the immense responsibility and we must do everything we can to ensure they're probably trained. all members of the public and any wrongdoing is always vigorously addressed. >> trump raised eyebrows on
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thursday by tying the from protests in charlotte to drug use. >> if you are not aware, drugs are a big factor in what you're watching on television at night. >> trump offered no evidence to back up his claim. later his campaign said he was not linking drug use to the protest. he was speaking in general terms. before the showdown with donald trump, comes the staredown with zach galifianakis. hillary clinton's interview with galifianakis on "funny or die" on the "between two ferns." >> let's talk about trump. >> let's. >> when you see how well it works for donald trump, do you think maybe i should be more
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racist? when kid rock and donald trump becomes president, will you move from the united states? >> i will try to prevent him from destroying the united states. >> will you move civil war? >> i will not take up arms. >> you were saying you will take away everyone's guns. cool. cool. cool. >> i really regret doing this. >> you have to watch the whole thing. it is extraordinary. it is more about zach galifianakis than hillary clinton. she plays the awkward humor. ten minutes of awkward. >> we know she sat down with that the day she was diagnosed with pneumonia. the title screen says hillary clinton has pneumonia. >> there were jokes. galifianakis asked how obama likes his coffee and if he regretted losing the scott baio
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vote. >> i think obama sat down with him last year to pump obamacare. >> apparently hillary clinton wants to reach millennial voters because they love the internet. >> they all have beards. >> the kids like beards. the data breach comprising of more than 500 million yahoo! accounts. this is so big, folks. >> how big is it? >> it's so big. it will affect your security online.
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this story unbelievable. yahoo! confirming the biggest data breach ever. it happened two years ago associated with 500 million accounts stolen. user names, e-mail addresses and passwords. the hack doesn't appear to
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contain bank information. yahoo! believes a state-sponsored actor is behind the brieach. samuel burke is live in london to talk to us. 500 million accounts. it happened two years ago. state-sponsored actor. this is something out of a spy novel. >> reporter: when you think about 500 million accounts. christine, that would make it the biggest hack of all times in terms of scale. so many of us use yahoo! e-mail. that is why verizon is willing to pay so much. what to do if you have a yahoo! account. if you don't get a notification, follow the steps. number one, change your password. especially if you have not done so since 2014. also change your security questions and answers. what is your mom's maiden name. you cannot change that. go to a different question. perhaps most importantly, change
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any other accounts. i'm talking non yahoo! accounts that may have the same information. if a hacker knows your password and information from yahoo! it may have the same information for other accounts. >> i wonder who messed up? yahoo! security? two years ago. they did not notice it until now? where is the blame here? >> reporter: it takes about 100 days for a company to figure out they have been hacked. it is incredible to think this happened in 2014. already so many security experts are telling me so much information should have been encrypted. that really leaves them with a big question mark hanging over them. the other problem here, christine, don't worry. bank information hasn't been breached. you can change your credit card number. you cannot change your name or mom's maiden name. this will affect so many people.
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>> one expert telling cnn money, says the front door was locked, but no other doors were locked in the house. what does it mean for the pending sale to verizon? >> reporter: i could not believe that verizon only found out about this just a couple days ago given the fact we heard rumbles about this in the tech hacker community for months. if you look at how much a company has to pay, about $200 per account when a company faces one of the hackings. that could add up to billions of dollars. big question mark there. >> what a headache. thank you, sam. nice to see you this morning. >> it is not like yahoo! has been enjoying a lot of pr. the new york bombing suspect's father is speaking out this morning. insisting that he told investigators to keep an eye on his son two years ago. that's next.
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there is new surveillance video of ahmad khan rahami planting a pressure cooker bomb on a new york city street last week. this captured rahami leaving a bag near a curb. watch this. two men remove the explosive device and take the bag. a passerby kicks the pressure cooker bomb and keeps walking. the device did not detonate. meanwhile, rahami's father warned the fbi two years ago to keep an eye on his son because of his son's fascination with terror organizations.
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the fbi insists senior rahami recanted leaving them to dismiss the matter as a domestic dispute. cnn's deborah feyerick has more. >> reporter: john and christine, investigators still don't know the location of the bomb factory. the place where they believe ahmad khan rahami may have built at least ten devices. two of them very powerful pressure cookers. investigators believe rahami left new york city about three hours after the bombs detonated traveling from manhattan through the lincoln tunnel into new jersey. they do not know or they are not saying where he was during the three hours. they do believe at some point he did return to his family home. he engaged with family members. officials say that the family members say he was behaving normally. this was before the fbi and new york police released a photo of him and he went on the run. investigators are searching for two men who may have unknowingly removed the pressure cooker bomb from the carry-on back.
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investigators want to talk to them. they also want the bag because they believe it could have crucial evidence. they still want to know if rahami acted alone. as for his wife, she is back in the united states. she is being questioned by the fbi. they want to know where he traveled in pakistan and afghanistan. they also want to know who he may have met with. john and christine. >> deborah feyerick. this morning, the cease-fire in syria is hopelessly shattered. a second night of deadly air strikes targeting aleppo killed 20 people and destroyed the city's main water pumping station. 50 people were killed a day earlier. activists in the area say russian forces are participating in the strikes and syrian government troops. officials in moscow not commenting. hundreds of people marching through the streets of charlotte. the third night in a row of protests. this demonstration peaceful mostly. we are live on the ground with what is happening in charlotte next. be t who shown that dress.
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a busy night on the streets of charlotte. protesters out past a curfew. another night of demonstrations after the shooting of an african-american man. his family is speaking out after seeing the video of the shooting. what they say about his death. this morning, the officer charged with shooting another man, african-american man in tulsa. she turned herself in to jail. now released on bail. she takes four years to life in prison if convicted. the latest details on that investigation. huge data breach at yahoo!. over 500 million accounts. this could be an historically large hack. we will tell you what it means for your security and ncaa peoppool. >> and a state-sponsored actor? welcome back to "early start."
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i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. the breaking news. a welcome sight on the streets of charlotte. relative calm after a third night of protests triggered by the fatal police shooting of a black man. keith lamont scott. the demonstrations broke up the past couple hours past the midnight curfew. police decided not to enforce the curfew because officials said this demonstration remained peaceful. they let people continue to gather and march. still protesters are calling for the release of videos that show officer bradley vincent shooting keith scott. the police chief is still refusing to make the footage public. he did allow scott's family to watch the video. what they say they saw is quite different from the events described by police. joining us live with the latest from charlotte, cnn's nick valencia. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, christine. much different feeling on the streets of charlotte, north carolina, as protesters marched
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for a third straight night. if you remember 24 hours ago at this hour, there were business owners cleaning up from the riots. store fronts and windows smashed out and graffiti on buildings. that is a different scene from today. the national guard was starting to move out when we arrived. we saw protesters shaking hands of the national guard members. you mentioned curfew was in effect at midnight. going on four hours now. demonstrators going past that curfew because the police did not feel the need to enforce it. >> what is the status for today? do they think they will release the video? the family has seen the video. the public has not seen the video. the police chief says that the video remains private for now. >> reporter: we have no
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anticipated timeline when they will release the video. the scott family watched it for the first time. they have released a statement through the attorney. they did not clearly see a gun in the hands of keith scott. yesterday, we spoke to an official who saw two police videos and said keith scott made an obvious threat toward police and made a decision that cost him his life. the official that saw the video told us not only did scott have a hand gun, but ankle holster. the scott family refuting that saying the public has a right to see it. if there are demonstrators frustrated, it is because of a lack of transparency by the police department. they have not indicated whether or not they will release it. the mayor has said that she would consider it. who knows if that will happen today. we should anticipate a press conference this morning or this afternoon. christine. >> nick valencia. thank you.
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in tulsa, oklahoma, the police officer who killed a different black man has been charged with felony manslaughter. officer betty shelby just released on $50,000 bond. she checked herself in -- turned herself in and was released. she fatally shot terence crutcher after his suv broke down in the middle of the road. attorneys for the crutcher family are happy charges have been brought. his sister said this is a small victory. let's get the latest. sara sidner is in tulsa. >> reporter: john and christine, the district attorney decided to charge betty shelby. she is the police officer who shot terence crutcher. it was captured from above and below from video from a helicopter and some of the car cameras as they came on to the scene. now what he decided to charge her with is serious. it is not the murder charge the family demanded.
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he decided she will be charged with manslaughter first degree, heat of passion which is a felony or manslaughter first degree resisting criminal intent which is a felony. these are very serious charges. i say that because she is innocent until proven guilty. if she is convicted, she faces a minimum of four years in prison and maximum of life. this is over the case of the death of terence crutcher who is shown on video putting his hands up walking back to his car. this is where the evidence gets disputed between the attorneys. her attorney saying he reached into the window of the car and she became worried and afraid for her life and the defense attorney, the attorneys for the family saying, hold on a second. we think and have seen evidence that the window was actually up. there is no reason to fear him in the first place. now we are seeing bits and pieces of information and this is from the tulsa county district attorney chief
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investigator. he said his investigation revealed that officer shelby actually walked up to the car before she he deployed her weapon and she cleared the driver's side of the car and then proceeded toward the passenger side of the car. then she again saw terence crutcher. their argument is she knew there was nothing that could hurt her in the car, but used her weapon against him. the situation has been calm with protests. now we will go forward and the family fully expecting a vigorous prosecution and trial. john, christine. >> sara, thank you. president obama says violence will not solve the problem of police killing of unarmed black men. in an interview with abc news, the president acknowledged the sense of frustration among african-americans. the feeling that justice is as he put it not always color blind. the president said that anger should be redirected to reforming the system.
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>> the way we change the system requires us to be able to reach out and engage the broader american community. that requires being peaceful. that requires being thoughtful about what are the specific reforms you're looking for. the overwhelming majority of people who have been concerned about police-community relations doing it the right way, every once and a while you see folks doing it the wrong way. donald trump says he may visit charlotte after the debate with hillary clinton. trump is calling for a national anti-crime agenda. on thursday, he pitched his law and order message at a rally in pennsylvania. >> the problem is not that there are too many police. the problem is there are not enough police.
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police are entrusted with the immense responsibility and we must do everything we can to ensure they are properly trained and there is respect and any wrongdoing is always vigorously addressed. >> trump also raised eyebrows on thursday by tying the violent protests in charlotte to drug use. listen to this. >> and if you are not aware, drugs are a very big factor in what you are watching on television at night. >> trump offered no evidence to back up this claim. later his campaign said he was not linking drug use to the protests. he was talking about a general term. mean team, hillary clinton with comic relief before the debate monday night. staying down comedian zach
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galifianakis on "between two ferns." >> what happens if you become president? >> i could send you information. >> you support the tpp and then you were against it. i think people deserve to know. are you down with tpp? >> i'm not down with tpp. >> you are supposed to say, yeah, you know me like the hip hop group. >> don't tell me what to say. >> this has been a lot of fun, mrs. clinton. we should stay in touch. what is the best way to reach you? e-mail? >> funny things about that. first that they did it. it is a risk. the banner at the top was hillary clinton had pneumonia. it was the day she was diagnosed with pneumonia. he asked clinton if she was excited to be the first girl president and regretted losing
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the scott baio vote. >> it is worth watching. >> if you think this is an attempt to reach the millenni millennials. >> absolutely. jay carney said it was of the best idea he ever had. he was press secretary at the time. hillary clinton wants to reach that magic with millennials. yahoo! now says 500 million accounts have been hacked. this could be the largest data breach ever. happy friday. the information leak could have huge implications on your online security. that's next.
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yahoo! confirming what may be one of the biggest data breaches ever. i cannot think of one bigger than this. this is something the company said happened almost two years ago. information with associated with 500 million accounts was stolen. >> a lot. >> so many it is impossible to imagine. user names and e-mail addresses. encrypted passwords. it does not appear to have bank information. yahoo! says a state-sponsored actor. that means someone working on behalf of a country or government. they are working with the fbi to
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investigate. we have samuel burke following the bombshell developments. what do we know? >> reporter: good morning, christine. not good for yahoo! users. this is the biggest hack in history. the closest one i can think of is myspace which had 300 million accounts hacked. the bigger problem is what do you do if you are a user of yahoo!? they still exist. you have to change your password. possibly more importantly, change your security questions and answers. what is your mom's maiden name? you have to go for a new question. most importantly, change other accounts with the same information. if someone has your yahoo! user name and password, you made that flaw of using it on other accounts. maybe you don't want all of your
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photos shared online. this is a treasure trove. >> state-sponsored actor. this sounds like something from a jason bourne movie. >> reporter: it happens all the time. we hear about countries over and over again. we don't know which one it is. it is incredible to think about a government pushing a group to do it or a group giving that information. it doesn't matter who it is because they are selling it online and not that much money. it is valuable not just to a government or country, but hackers all around the world. >> you see the state-sponsored activities undermine security and undermine democratic institutions and ways of life. let's talk about what it means for the pending sale of yahoo! to verizon. >> reporter: i'm flumoxed by this. verizon said they heard about this days ago.
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usually a company has to pay $200 per account. that is more on the pending sale price to verizon. it does put a question mark over the sale. >> over the past dozen years we covered how many ceo changes and how many reorganizations. how many challenges at yahoo!. and just ready to be sold and boom. thanks, samuel. >> you are thinking what do hackers want with my ncaa pools or sports accounts. the bottom line is they use that information somewhere else. never a good thing. new details on the new york bombing coming out with the suspect's father saying he told the fbi two years ago. that's next.
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there is new surveillance video of terror suspect ahmad khan rahami planting a pressure
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cooker bomb last weekend on the new york city street. the released video shows him leaving a bag at the curb and moments later, two men take the bag and leave the contents. a passerby kicks the pressure cooker. the device did not go off. meanwhile, rahami's father warned the fbi to keep an eye on his son because of his fascination of terror organizations. the fbi says the senior rahami recanted his claims of the terrorist inclinations leaving the fbi to dismiss it as a domestic dispute. deborah feyerick has the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, investigators still don't know the location of the bomb factory. the place where ahmad khan rahami may have built ten device. two of them very pouwerful. police believe he left new york
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city three hours after the bombs detonated through manhattan through the lincoln tunnel to new jersey. they are not saying where he was during the three hours, but they believe at some point he did return to his family home and engaged with family members. the family members say he was behaving normally. this was before the fbi and new york police released a photo of him and he went on the run. meanwhile, investigators are searching for two men who may have unknowingly removed the pressure cooker bomb from the carry-on bag. they took the bag. investigators want it. they believe it could have crucial information or evidence inside. including fingerprints. they want to know if rahami acted alone. as for his wife, she is back in the united states. she is being questioned by the fbi. they want to know where he traveled in pakistan and afghanistan. they want to know who he may have met with. john and christine. deborah feyerick, thank you. the cease-fire in syria is hopelessly shattered.
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a second night of deadly air strikes in eastern aleppo destroyed the city's main water station. at least 50 people were killed the day earlier. russian forces are participating in the strikes along with syrian government troops. officials in moscow not commenting. surprising issues in united nations. benjamin netanyahu invited mahmoud abbas to appear to the knesset in jerusalem. he said it would be better if the two sides were talking to each other. abbas is willing to meet with netanyahu face-to-face to pursue peace, but some dismiss the latest offer as a new gimmick. let's get an early start on your money. stocks are riding a three-day win streak thanks to the federal reserve holding rates steady. nasdaq held a record high
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yesterday. amazon at record high. dow futures dipping right now. stocks in europe and asia lower and oil is down. the dow is now 244 points away from a record closing high. we just need a move of 1.3%. one big rally will get the average to a record. the fed will not hike rates at the meeting in november. the bulls think they are free to run unless the u.s. election gets in the way. calls for john stumpf to resign are getting louder. the cnn money investigation shows if he walks away he could get $20 million payout. shares of wells fargo and $23 million in cash and pension and stock awards and 401(k). if he is fired, he forfeits a portion of the payouts. it has been a rough week for the ceo. he was scolded by lawmakers on tuesday. thursday, eight senators called
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for a department of labor investigation into the wells fargo firing of 5,300 employees. last night, stumpf resigned from a federal advisory board. a couple of stories now. house hunters, those priced out of the market may finally be getting relief. for the first time since 2011, incomes are rising faster than home prices. that's good. the median home price climbed 5% in august compared to a year ago. the average price is $188,100. that's according to zillow. last week, the census bureau states household income increased to $56,516. >> here is what i was worried about. maybe it is another housing bubble. do you know when you are in a bubble? it is after the fact. >> when you pay that for a tulip
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bulb -- >> that is disconcerning. >> some do. if you have incomes rising and you have savings growing and job market better, it would suggest the housing market should improve. that's good news. "early start" continues right now. >> hundreds of protesters broke a curfew in charlotte. they marched throughout the night. this as the family of keith lamont scott speaks out. they saw the video of the shooting. and the tulsa police officer who shot an unarmed black man booked into jail. she is released on bail and faces charges. yahoo! suffers what could be the biggest data breach ever. 500 million accounts hacked.
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so what does it mean for your security? good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> is there security on the internet? i'm christine romans. friday, september 23rd. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. the breaking news is a welcome sight on the streets of charlotte. relative calm after the third night of protests triggered by the fatal police shooting of keith lamont scott. the demonstrations broke up over the last couple hours past the midnight curfew declared by the may mayor. police decided not to enforce the curfew because the demonstrations were peaceful. they let the protesters stay. protesters calling for the release of videos that show bradley vincent shooting keith scott. the police chief refusing to make the footage public. he allowed the scott family to watch it. joining us live with the latest from charlotte is nick valencia.
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>> reporter: good morning, christine. an semblance of normally to the streets of downtown charlotte. a much different scene from 24 hours ago. 24 hours ago, businesses cleaning up the aftermath of the riots and vandalism that took place during the heated protests. that wasn't the case yesterday. by and large, protests were peaceful. a few hundred demonstrators took to the streets and did so in a calm manner. there we there were incidents of shaking hands of national guard members. it has been a couple of hours now since the elements of the national guard have pulled out of here. you mentioned the non implementation of the curfew. >> the family has seen one video of the shooting. that has not been released to the public. what is the family's reaction to the video? >> reporte t

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