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they were forced to gut key features in order to remain in the app store. a spokesperson told the times, it treats all apps the same including those that compete with our own services. >> 4:59 a.m. "early start" continues right now. we will not let anyone or anything take us down. >> defiance from a california rabbi and his congregation. the latest targeted in a string of religious attacks. a woman who was killed will be buried today. big relief in virginia, five men rescued after spending the weekend trapped in a cave. big problems run deeper, the four whistle blowers say the 737 max was plagued by issues, including the wiring of a key
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sensor. we're in the end game now. >> a record shattering opening weekend for avengers end game, more than a billion dollars in ticket sales. you have seen it, 181 minutes. how many bathroom breaks did you have to take in that movie. >> there is no way you can get up and go to the bathroom so get it all done beforehand. not one moment. >> good morning, and welcome to "early start," everyone, i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. i'll give you this spoiler, you do not need to wait for the post screen, there's not one. happy monday, april 29th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. we begin with defiant words in the face of hate. >> a young man standing with a rifle pointing right at me, and i look at him, he had sunglasses on. i couldn't see his eyes, i couldn't see his soul. we need to battle darkness with light. no matter how dark the world is, we need to think of light, a
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little bit of light pushes away a lot of darkness. >> a wounded rabbi from california describing what it was like to stare down a gunman who one day after another a deadly hate crime. three people wounded one killed in the synagogue shooting. there will be a funeral for 60-year-old lori kaye, witnesses say her husband, a doctor, tried desperately to save her. >> we start to do some cpr, we saw the hole in her chest, his wife, and he can not do anything. it is very very difficult. >> she was friendly. she was welcoming. she was one of those people that you want to know as a friend. when i think of her, i can only smile, despite all i can say, the community lost a great soul. noya dahan was honored at a
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vigil last night. she and her uncle were injured in the shooting. noya's uncle helped lead children to safety after her uncle was shot. cnn sara sidner spoke to the little girl and her uncle. >> reporter: the city trying to figure out how to heal after the tragedy stuck the synagogue. we sat down with noya and her father israel who told us they had fled another part of california because their home, their garage, their car had swastikas written on them. they were afraid because of anti-semitism, they came here for a sense of safety. to the rabbi who was here who welcomed them and told them to come, that this was a great place for them to be, and then they experienced terror once again. >> the second i saw the rabbi running into the shooter with his fingers been cutting and bleeding all over the seat, and then i saw him shooting in our lady that she passed away.
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terrible feeling, what can i say. it's scary that we need to live like this. it's just unbelievable. >> my uncle, he was holding my hand, and he was like grabbing me and stuff, and the person who was shooting, he was aiming at him. so it hit him, and the, like, where it's like -- went like that, it hit me too. >> what were you thinking then? did it hurt? >> in the first place when it was like gushing blood, i didn't even feel it. and then after, like, they wiped it and then like the blood was off and it was like -- it felt like i had the giantest bruise
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ever. >> reporter: while the physical wounds are healing all of the victims have been released from the hospital. there are certainly mental and emotional words that will continue for some time. the dahan family is trying to figure out whether they can stay, what they are hoping, and believing their rabbi is capable of even with his injuries is bringing all the broken pieces of the community together so they can be whole again. dave, christine. a combat veteran stewart getting credit for saving lives and chasing off the synagogue shooter. >> i heard gunshots, i saw everybody running, so i ran to the lobby where the guy was with the gun and i saw him discharge two more rounds. as he was discharging the rounds, i ran up to him, and i yelled at him, and he dropped his weapon and ran out, and i chased him out of the sanctuary. i was in the military, and i think that's what i just -- i ran at the fire.
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that's what i did. i'm not -- i didn't plan it. i didn't think about it. it's just what i did. i chased him out into the street, into his car, i punched his car. >> stewart wasn't the only one chasing the suspect. an off duty border patrol agent also pursued the 19-year-old. he was eventually captured and is now charged with murder. >> saturday's attack is just the latest in a string of assaults on houses of worship worldwide. one of them an arson attack on a mosque in enkscondido. the synagogue attack came on the last day of passover days before holocaust remembrance day and six months to the day after eleven people were massacred at the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh. "the new york times" is promising significant changes after publishing an anti-semitic cartoon in its international edition. the paper says it's deeply sorry about a cartoon depicting
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israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, the star of david as a dog on a leash held by a blind president trump. earlier the times released a statement saying it was wrong to run a cartoon that contained anti-semitic tropes but it did not initially apologize. >> cnn learned "new york times" staffers were alarmed by the cartoon and dismayed by the initial response. the times said the decision was made by a single editor working without adequate oversight. brett stevens blasted the newspaper writing a column entitled a despicable cartoon in the times. five men trapped in a cave in southwest virginia have been rescued. >> emergency crews in four states race around the clock sunday to save them. six men entered the cave in the town of cleveland friday at 7:00 p.m. one of the men who emerged early yesterday morning said the others were having difficulty getting out. he said they were exhausted and
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starting to have problems with hypothermia. the group had plans to camp in the cave until sunday but heavy downpours saturday night complicated those plans. joe biden kicks off his 2020 presidential campaign in pittsburgh today. he will host a meet and greet at a union hall before heading to iowa tuesday and wednesday, and then on to south carolina. biden's team says it raised $6.3 million in the first 24 hours after his campaign launch. that tops the first day haul of all the other democratic candidates. biden aides also touting new support for the former vice president with 65 donations coming from individuals who have not been on previous e-mail lists. a bitter power struggle at the top of the nra, leading to the ouster of oliver north as president. north telling members at the group's convention in indianapolis he will not be renominated following a dispute with wayne lapierre. at the time, lapierre called him
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hands down the absolute best choice but on friday, the "wall street journal" reported lapierre accused north of trying to drive him out of the organization. the nr a's 76 member board meets today. they are expected to elect their next president. a source tells cnn four boeing employees called an faa whistle blower hot line to report problems with the 737 max airliners. among the complaints of previously unreported issue involving damage to the wiring of the angle of attack sensor by a foreign object. >> the faa telling cnn it may be opening up an entirely new investigative angle into what went wrong in the crashes of two 737 max air lliners that killed 346 people. the hot line submissions were from current and former employees who described problems with the airliner's antistall system. boeing's board will face shareholders for a meeting for the first time since the max jets were grounded worldwide.
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the u.s. economy posted a strong first quarter, growing by 3.2%. that number will be revised twice more at least but for now this is a powerful tail wind for president trump. resilience is still the word. in stocks the dow is up 1% this month, 14% this year, 7% this year for the s&p 500. this year the nasdaq up more than 27%. these are phenomenal numbers considering the stock market volatility at the beginning of the year. two things are happening, most importantly, the federal reserve is on hold. the fed meets this week on interest rates. a u.s. china trade deal could be brewing. big meeting on tap. the earnings season plugging along with very few nasty surprises. the 10-year-old bull market looking spry, so what could be a problem here. what are we watching for. any hiccups in the u.s. china trade talks.
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we have a may 18th critical deadline for eu auto tariffs. any inkling of inflation is something we are watching out for too. there are no signs of that yet. the friday's jobs report will be critical to see if wage inflation is building. the economy is strong here. look, i mean, the president said he wanted 3% economic growth. he got it certainly in the most recent quarter defying a lot of economists expectations who thought things might be slowing down a little bit. the president must wonder why he's at 39% on the latest "washington post" poll. democrats talk about the economy as we enter this election. ahead this weekend's deadly crane collapse in seattle caught on video. friends remembering a college student killed in the disaster. uh-oh, looks like someone's still nervous about buying a new house. is it that obvious? yes it is. you know, maybe you'd worry less if you got geico to help with your homeowners insurance. i didn't know geico could helps with homeowners insurance. yep, they've been doing it for years.
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two were crane operators, two were in cars crushed by the crane. one of those victims, sarah wong, a freshman at seattle pacific university. >> i want people to remember how loving and caring of a person she was, and to show that love to everyone that she comes across and to show that joy that's infectious to other people. >> three other people including a 4-month-old were injured. the crane fell from a building under construction on the new google seattle campus. a full and thorough investigation underway. right now seattle has more cranes in operation than any other city in america. a suspect in custody after seven people were found dead in two rural tennessee homes. the bodies of four people were found in a house about an hour northeast of nashville. a fifth person was found at another home nearby. on sunday, two more victims were discovered in the same home as the first four victims. police tracked down the suspect identified as 25-year-old michael cummins, his motive and relationship to the victims is under investigation.
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the owner of the kansas city chiefs says tyreek hill will not be with the team for the foreseeable future. an audio recording between hill and his fiance suggests the star wide receiver broke his 3-year-old son's arm. >> he is terrified of you and you say that he respects you but it's not respect. it's terrified. he is terrified of you. >> girl, you need to be terrified of me too. >> cnn has not independently authenticated that audio. it was obtained and published thursday by cnn affiliate, kctv. >> prosecutors say hill and crystal espinal will not be criminally charged. his legal reps and nfl did not respond to our request for comment. cnn has not been able to reach espinal. we're in the end game now. >> a record smashing $1.2 billion worldwide open for
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marvel studios avengers end game. that makes it the only film in history to break the billion dollar mark for its opening. that's not the only record it shattered. it pulled in $350 million domestically this weekend, blowing away the previous mark set last year by infinity war by over $90 million. it's just kind of unbelievable. we do these box office numbers. this is really a big movie. now, sinmatically, what is your -- >> it's hard to talk a lot about it without giving anything away. it is hysterical. you will never check your watch unless you're thinking, i don't want this movie to end. you will cry if you indeed bleed because it's an emotional movie. it's the character development that makes this entire series brilliant. >> between this and "game of thrones," i have so much to plan about. don't tell me anything about
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oh, what a terrific nba sunday it was. the warriors beating the rockets, an intense game one that left houston and their fans unhappy with the officiating. andy scholes here with the story in the bleacher report. i thought the rule was pretty simple and you may be biassed as a houston rockets fan, you have to be able to come down where you shot the basketball. >> absolutely, dave, and that
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was the most frustrating part about the whole game. you call it one way all season long, and all of a sudden in the playoffs in the second round you change the way the game is officiated and this is one of the most anticipated second round match ups ever. rockets warriors had an nba final. and after game one, the officials were the story. under 30 seconds to go. warriors up by two. steph currys hits the three to go up by five. rockets had a chance to tie the game, but james harden's three would be no good. draymond green was close to fouling him on that play. the nba said that was not a foul. however, throughout the game, warriors players were jumping into harden as he shot three's, not giving him any space to land. the rockets coach mike dantoni said refs admitted to him. >> they missed four of them.
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that's 12 foul shots. >> call the game how it's supposed to be called and that's it. and i'll live with the results. >> rockets warriors game two tomorrow night on tnt. celtics dominating the bucs in the second round series. boston certainly looks like they have flipped a switch. they're now a perfect 5-0 in the playoffs after the 112-90 win. this game can be summed up in one awesome photo. that's jalylen brown dunking. we saw great sportsmanship in european soccer. a player gets injured, and instead of kicking the ball out of bounds, united goes on to score a goal on the play. that didn't sit well with their manager, marcello bielza. he let villa score a goal to tie the game. there's a chance these two teams could meet again in the playoffs and get into the premier league.
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the woman who was killed will be buried today. big relief in virginia, five men rescued after spending the weekend trapped in a cave. did boeing's problems run deeper than first thought? four whistle blowers say the 737 max was plagued by issues, including the wiring of a key sensor. we're in the end game now. >> a record shattering opening weekend for avengers end game, more than a billion dollars in ticket sales in a weekend. now, the real question is how high can it climb? can it blow past 2 billion in the first week? presumably it will. >> it's unbelievable. >> welcome back to "early start," i'm dave briggs. >> and i'm christine romans. it is monday, 32 minutes past the hour. up first, powerful words in the face of hate. >> a young man standing with a
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rifle pointing right at me, and i look at him. he had sunglasses on. i couldn't see his eyes. i couldn't see his soul. we need to battle darkness with light. no matter how dark the world is, we need to think of light, a little bit of light pushes away a lot of darkness. >> a wounded rabbi from california describing what it was like to stare down a gunman. one day after the nation's latest deadly hate crimes. three people wounded. one killed in the synagogue shooting near san diego. >> there will be a funeral today for 60-year-old lori kaye, witnesses say her husband, a doctor, tried desperately to save her. >> he start to do some cpr. we saw the whole in her chest. his wife, and he can not do anything. it's very very difficult. >> friendly, she was welcoming.
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she was one of those people that you want to know as a friend. when i think of her, despite all i can say, the community lost a great soul. honored at a vigil last night, she and her uncle were injured in the shooting. her uncle helped lead people to safety after he was short. sara sidner spoke to the girl and her father. >> reporter: dave and christine, the city of poway trying to figure out how to heal after tragedy struck the synagogue. we sat down with noya sq noya a father israel, who said they fled another part of california because their house, car, had swastikas written on them. they were afraid. because of anti-semitism, they came here for a sense of safety. to the rabbi who was here who
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welcomed them, told them to come, this was a great place to be, is then they experienced terror once again. >> the second i saw the rabbi running into the shooter with his fingers been cutting and bleeding all over, and then i saw him shooting in our lady that she passed away. terrible feeling, what can i say. it's scary that we need to live like this. it's just unbelievable. >> my uncle, he was holding my hand and he was like grabbing me and stuff, and the person who was shooting, he was aiming at him, so it hit him and the, like, where it's like -- went
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like that, it hit me too. >> what were you thinking then? did it hurt? >> in the first place when it was like gushing blood, i didn't even feel it, and then after like they wiped it, and then like the blood was off, and it was like -- it felt like i had a giantest bruise ever. >> while the physical wounds are healing, all of the victims have been released from the hospital. there are certainly mental and emotional wounds that will continue for some time. the dahan family is trying to figure out whether they can stay, but what they are hoping and what they believe their rabbi is capable of, even with his injuries, is bringing all of the broken pieces of this community together so that they can be whole again. dave, christine. saturday's attack just the latest in a string of assaults on houses of worship, one of them an attack on a mosque in
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escondido. law enforcement officials are investigating whether the synagogue shooter is behind that as well. the synagogue attack came on the last day of passover, six months to the day after 11 people were injured. julian zelizer, cnn contributor, ocito, national political reporter for the washington examiner. good morning to both of you. julian, you have been writing about this rise in anti-semitism. why, and how do we combat this? >> there's many factors at work. social media clearly has been a big part of this and allows all kinds of horrible ideas to circulate and to get all around the world. >> we know this suspect was right there in there in the social media world being fanned by all of this . >> and white extremist groups according to the adl have been responsible for 78% of physical attacks to islamic
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fundamentalism, organizations. you have a lot of organizational growth that's responsible as well, and then political leaders often traffic in this kind of rhetoric, you put all of these together, you're going to have incidents like this, whether it's a lone wolf or whether it's an organization, and this is horrible. >> the recipe to fix it, though, you know, you're talking about, you know, speech and gun ownership are two of the possible solutions and those are politically difficult. >> right. and another is what the government does in terms of intelligence and monitoring these organizations. the daily beast has a story that dhs just eliminated an intelligence unit devoted to domestic terrorism. these are the kinds of real policy responses that can do something, even though it's impossible to stamp out hatred. >> pittsburgh all too familiar with dealing with these types of tragedies. six months ago, the tree of life synagogue shooting killing
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eleven, and today that is where joe biden kicks off his 2020 campaign in pittsburgh. we should mention his video, which he initially got in his campaign, went straight to the soul of this country and the president's words at charlottesville. do you expect joe biden to tie that all in to his campaign kickoff today. >> yeah, absolutely. i think biden's choice of pittsburgh, not because it's my hometown, is a really important choice, and i think you'll hear him talk about his battle for the soul of the country, and i think you'll also hear him talking about the working class and the labor belt. you're going to see a big labor announcement today in pittsburgh as well. biden has grew up in pennsylvania, he has ties here. when he was in the senate, he often referred to himself as the third senator from pennsylvania. and culturally, he really has an
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opinion of these voters and that is really important because philadelphia, even though it's turnout for clinton equalled and actually surpassed obama's in 2016, what the voters said she lost were voters from western pennsylvania who are more energized and turned out in larger amounts and they off sized for the first time the population base of philadelphia, and also who are culturally similar in pennsylvania. i think it's really smart for him to kick off in this end of the state. even for a primary contest, a very competitive energized year, pennsylvania can matter in a big way in a primary as well as a general election. >> it's interesting because she brought up the economy briefly. health care is something the democratic voters care about. if joe biden goes at the soul of
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america, is that a good call or should he be talking about jobs and the people who are being left behind in this really strong economy? what do you expect his message to be if he's talking at a union hall today? >> it's going to have to be both. at a certain level, democrats want to talk about issues, the weaknesses in the economy, policies like health care but his video was correct, for all the candidates, this will be a values election as well. the overall economy at least now is pretty strong, so democrats will have to make a case about why do you switch and not reelect the incumbent, which is normally what we will see, and some of that will get back to what do you see as the core values of the country and does the president represent those values. >> selina, you wrote about biden and pittsburgh and key point, if they are successful, the party, far left pushing biden out are
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those who believe in the green new deal, those who believe in medicare for all, they fear that pennsylvania and mid western blue collar workers may be lost to the republicans for decades, not just one election, but why, selina could those voters be lost for good? >> well, and the union head ralph also reinforced that. they truly believe because some of these issues, like the new green deal. let's just focus on that. that's not going to play well in pennsylvania, in particular, western pennsylvania where they really need energized voters. the shale industry, the natural gas industry is booming. we have a cracker plant being built out here in western pennsylvania that is part of the shale industry that has created 10,000 really good new paying jobs. so while these voters care about the climate, not saying that
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they don't. they do think there should be a balance and it shouldn't be an attack on all kinds of -- on natural gas. that's the biggest concern. the new green deal is not going to cut it with these voters and if they attack biden, if they destroy them, everyone that i interviewed in that story said they think that these voters who sort of flirted with the republican party the last time are going to be gone forever. >> you wonder if warren and bernie, and others will treat him with kid gloves knowing that. it will be interesting. he hasn't talked policy. perhaps joe biden will on gma later this morning. salena, julia, great conversation. >> he's talking about things that happened 20 years ago. >> about anita hill, about the character of the nation. no policy discussion yet. 43 minutes past the hour. five men trapped in a cave have been rescued.
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plastic surgery crews fr emergency crews raced to save these men. four men entered the cave. one of them came out of the cave and told everyone the others were having difficulty getting out. >> this cave is very technical, very restricted passageways, and so it was very tough to access. >> the group had plans to camp in the dave until sunday but heavy downpours saturday night obviously complicated those plans. this weekend's deadly crane collapse in seattle caught on video. friends remembering a college student killed in the disaster.
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chairman jerry nadler is proposing. nadler wants every member of the panel to have one round of questioning folded by a q and a of committee councils for both parties. >> skipping the hearing could d dramatically affect oversight. telling cnn barr will not dictate the format. a source tells cnn four boeing employees called faa whistle blower hot line to report problems with the 737 max airliner. among the complaints a previously unreported issue involving damage to wiring with the angle of attack sensor by a foreign object. >> the faa telling cnn it may be opening an entirely new investigative angle into what went wrong with the crashes that i would kl 346 people. the hot line submissions were from current and former boeing employees who also described problems with the airliner's anti-stall system.
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today boeing's board will face shareholders for a meeting for the first time since the 737 max jets were grounded worldwide. steven moore says there has been a smear campaign against him. trump's controversial pick to serve on the fed board has been scrutinized for his closeness to the president and the reversing his opposition to low interest rates during the obama administration. last week, moore said his opponents are quote pulling a kavanaugh against when speaking about criticism over has past writing about women and gender equality. moore appeared on abc this week sunday to address some of the criticism. >> when it comes to wages and, you know, gender equity, i want that to be decided by market. i don't want government to intervene in those kinds of things. >> moore also said he was embarrassed by some of his past writings, disparaging women. he called his past writings humor columns but added that some of them were not funny. last week, erik kudlow said the
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"the new york times" is promising significant changes after publishing an anti-semitic cartoon in its international edition. the paper says it is deeply sorry about this cartoon depicting israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, the star of david as a dog on a leash held by a blind president trump. earlier the times released a statement saying it was wrong to run a cartoon that contained anti-semitic tropes but it did not apologize. >> cnn learning staffers were dismayed by the initial response. the times says the decision to run the syndicated cartoon was made by a single editor working without adequate oversight. one of the paper's op-ed columnists blasted it writing a column called a despicable cartoon in the times. one person is dead, seven others injured after gunfire broke out at a maneighborhood cookout. the city's commissioner calling the shooting tragic and
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cowardly. >> there was a black male who approached the intersection and began firing indiscriminately into the crowd. there was a second shooter, perhaps firing back. but it is still unknown. >> investigators trying to determine whether the cookouts on opposite sides of the street were show connected. the new york giants 6th round pick shot just hours after being drafted. police say cory ballantyne of washington university was wounded in an off campus shooting saturday night in topeka, kansas. one of his teammate, 23-year-old duane simmons was killed in the incident. ballantyne is expected to make a full recovery. the giants have spoken to him and say they are still gathering information. caught on video, a construction crane collapsing in downtown seattle. four people killed, two were crane operators, two were in cars crushed by the crane. one of those victims, sarah wong, a freshman at seattle pacific university.
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>> i want people to remember how loving and caring of a person she was, and to show that love to everyone that she comes across and to show that joy that's infectious to other people. >> three other people including a 4-month-old baby were injured. the crane fell from a building under construction on the new google seattle campus. right now seattle has more cranes in operation than any other city in america. we're in the end game now. >> a record smashing $1.2 billion worldwide opening for marvel studios "avengers end game", pulling in $350 million domestically this weekend blowing away the previous mark set by last year's "infinity war" by over $90 million. it is at 96% on rotten tomatoes. don't take it from me. take it from the critics. >> between that and "game of
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thrones," i have a lot of work to do this week. >> busy week. >> 58 minutes past the hour. thank you for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs, see you tomorrow. i heard six or seven shots, i went in and called 911. >> here's a young man with a rifle pointing right at me. i couldn't see his eyes, i couldn't see his soul. >> we will walk through this tragedy with our arms around each other. joe biden kicks off his 2020 presidential campaign in pittsburgh today. >> biden has a chance to run a campaign for things people are actually for. >> thez never been in his position before. he's about to prove if he's a front runner or welcome to your oviewers in the united states and around the world. it's monday, april 29, 6:00 in new york. a new attack on a house of worship. a new murder based on hate. a new reason to ask, what is happening in this country and around the world and why?
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an investigation is under way after a teenager stormed into a california synagogue armed with an ar-15-style assault rifle and opened fire on innocent people celebrating the end of passover. a funeral is planned for lori gilbert kay who was killed in the attack. the 60-year-old stepped in front of the bullets aimed at her long-time friend and rabbi as he raced to evacuate children. three others were also hurt including the rabbi >> the motive is unclear but the gunman's words suggest a hate crime. an anonymous letter posted online referenced recent attacks including at the pittsburgh synagogue and mosques at new zealand. president trump denounced the attack over the weekend. the president is still defending and trying to explain his response to the deadly

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