wikileaks, and convicted on many other charges, we'll get into what this means not only for him but other folks who revealed classified information like edward snowed. plus, shocking allegations in the tsa accused of theft, sleeping on the job, what else could be there? we'll find out what can be done to stop it. take a look at this video, this could be the angriest legislator in america. >> all the damn time! >> punched the air, flying, paper, he pumpbnched the paper. he's made quite a youtube sensation. mike boss from the great state of illinois is looking to head to the united states congress. what kind of fire can you expect him to bring to the u.s. capitol? the show.k to him coming up in - >> it will be an interesting conversation, he's a lively guy. first, mixed salad in a bag
now being linked to the cyclo r cyclospora outbreak. when your health is on the line we turn to cnn's chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta for the answer. where did this outbreak come from was the big question and are they linked? >> this is a true medical investigation. there are hundreds of people waking up with food poisoning-like symptoms and they've now learned the culprit may be in your fridge. prepack annualed salad, that's the answer to the mystery of what was causing the most recent food poisoning outbreak. nearly 400 people in 15 states reported food poisoning symptoms caused by this microscopic
parasite, psychospora. health officials in iowa and nebraska blamed mixed salad bags of iceberg and romaine lettuce. the salad mix is no longer on the shelves in their states. this isn't the first time bagged salad has come under the microscope. earlier this months her sister-in-law was pouring out a bag of kale and discovered a frog. >> she poured in kale and went to stir them and she's like there's a frog in them. this past february an e. coli scare triggered a recall on baby spinach, this most recent outbreak sending at least 21 people to the hospital. sigh crowspora is on produce that came in contact with fecal
matter. they're still not sure if they're all part of the same outbreak. >> they're not telling us who the brand is but i guess everyone at home is wondering can we still get sick from this and should we not be buying or eating bagged salad? >> because this particular product has such a short half life we're talking about this outbreak beginning in mid-june they think it will be out of the supply chain. it is vexing they haven't released a particular brand. everyone is saying do we throw out all bagged lettuce. it's probably out of the system. they believe it was probably contaminated through irrigation water or before it was put in the bag, it's prewashed so the prewashing process may be the culprit. >> i've always had, prewashed when you get the prewashed lettu lettuce, great, you don't have to wash again but maybe you should wash it. >> it's always been the advice but these serve as reminders.
it's tough to get those pesky little parasites off the lettuce. >> all right, sanjay we'll talk to you much more today. >> it would be nice to know what the brand is, that's for sure. get on it! let's talk about congress a little bit. guess what? they're headed on vacation. seems like we told you not too long ago, that's because we did. vacation is great assuming you're working as well but wait until you hear how little is getting done in congress on key issues that affect you. worst of all may be the reasons why they're not scrambling to get things done, this is no surprise to you, obviously, 77% of americans disapprove of congress. dana bash is on capitol hill which may be becoming heartbreak hill for americans who need lawmakers to work for them. >> reporter: good morning, chris. president obama is coming here to capitol hill later this morning but he's going to meet only with senate and house democrats so it's going to be much more of a pre-august recess
pep rally than a way to dig in and legislate but that probably isn't a big surprise, given as you mentioned the fact that congress's approval rate something just about at an all-time low. let's start with the positive, a recent burst of bipartisanship, a deal to make sure many student loan rates don't double, a rare meeting of all senators that led to confirmation of several obama nominees. >> the senate has functioned better over the last six weeks than in some time. >> reporter: perhaps but civics taught us the bill can't be law without the senate and house agreeing. >> the dysfunctionality is real. i don't know who the 9% are who thinks we're working well. >> reporter: the farm bill, immigration, reform, it passed the senate but the house is developing its own plans, likely with no path to citizenship for illegal immigrants and congress is way behind on its basic
function, funding the government which runs out of money september 30th or the government shuts down. ted cruz say that may be necessary if they can't cut money under obama care. >> i will not support a continuing resolution that funds one penny of obama care. >> reporter: some republicans oppose that tactic. >> i think that's a self-defeating effort. >> reporter: bob corker will continue bipartisan talks with the white house on a spending plan. >> during august recess most of us work harder than we do here. >> reporter: also looming the debt ceiling the u.s. risks defaulting on loans as soon as labor day. >> we could put the economy into a tailspin and it's not the thing we want to do in washington, d.c.. >> reporter: plenty of lawmaker also tell you these days they're better off for their constitu t constituents back home for them. being home for the month of august tends to shape what happens with big legislation in
the fall. kate, you remember the health care town hall meetings they were so angry almost derailed the health care bill. we were really expecting the issue to be immigration that will cause an uproar and maybe we'll seal that issue's fate in the fall. >> thanks so much, dana, talk to you in a bit. the sentencing phase begins in bradley manning's court marchshall. a military judge found him guilty of espionage, theft and computer fraud but acquitted him of aiding the enemy. barbara starr joins us from the pentagon. >> for the sentencing phase, how much damage did the leaks cause and damage is the key question for manning and edward snowden. private first class bradley
manning technically was spared a life sentence when the judge ruled he was not guilty of aiding the enemy. manning gave three-quarters of a million pages of classified documents about the wars in iraq and afghanistan to wikileaks, the anti-secrecy website. the military accused him of putting lives in danger, saying some of the material was found in osama bin laden's compound. manning said he just wanted the public to know what the government was doing. supporters say it's a partial victory. >> the only reason why the government proceeded with this trial is so that it could pursue this dangerous theory that equates leaks to the press with aiding the enemy. >> it shows that a really very junior enlisted person can do battle with the federal government in a case where the government is really mad as hell about what happened here, throws everything it has at him and its biggest charge fizzles. >> but the former intelligence
analyst still faces a maximum sentence of 136 years in jail, convicted on 20 counts, including stealing classified information, wrongfully causing intelligence to be published on the internet and possession of classified videos including a 2007 video showing u.s. troops firing on people in baghdad. so the judge will decide the sentence based partially on how much damage manning has caused to national security. same issue later today congress will convene a hearing on the national security agency's classified surveillance programs and edward snowden's leaks about all of this and take a look at the damage he caused. chris? >> barbara, thank you very much. appreciate the reporting. it is being called an epidemic, allegations of rampant misconduct at the tsa, the agency spoetz esupposed to be k you safe in the skies.
cnn's rene marsh joins us in washington. just a few hours from now they're going to take this up. what do we expect? good morning to you. >> good morning, chris. in about four hours this is going to get under way. think about it, in any organization with 56,000 employees you may expect some rotten eggs in the bunch. the tsa is no different. some of the misconduct is commonplace, excessive absence or tardiness but some is downright troubling and could have a major impact on security. the list includes everything from forgery, sexual misconduct to physical fighting and using abusive lang badge. language. >> this may be the tip of the iceberg of some of the offenses. >> reporter: it's the agency some flyers love to hate, posted their patdowns. >> if you touch my junk i'm going to have you arrested. >> reporter: now criticism for the government for incidents like this, tsa screener
supervisor michael arano admitted accepting bribes and kickbacks from a co-worker who stole money from passengers at checkpoints at new jersey's newark airport and at jfk, this employee pleaded guilty to stealing $40,000 from a checked bag. the report also notes in a three-year span more than 9,000 cases of tsa misconduct were documented. 56 screeners were involved in thefts and more than 1,900 incidents that could hurt security like sleeping on the job and allowing family and friends to bypass security. the union representing screeners says the numbers suggest the majority of screeners are doing a great job. >> if you look at the population of a small city in the workforce and the numbers on an annual basis are really very, very small. >> reporter: congressman john micah, a long-time critic of the tsa called for the audit.
>> why are there so many cases and what is tsa doing about it. the report says they really can't get a handle on it. that raises a lot of issue. >> reporter: the government wants the tsa to make improvements in how they monitor allegations of misconduct and how they follow up after investigating. we reached out to the tsa and they tell cnn they're already working to implement the recommendations. >> thank you so much. never a good thing to hear in all those incidents. >> never that much of a surprise. the question is what will they do about it. >> we'll see if they work on it. good morning, everyone. making news nsa leaker edward snowden's father said the fbi tried to get him to return to moscow from the u.o u.s. from m.
>> initially could you set up communications. i said wait a minute folks could set up communications. the bottom line is we offered and partnered with them, bruce was involved with this, they were unable to set up communications. >> with edward? >> with edward. >> when asked how he would describe his son growing up he said patriotic, he comes from a family that includes federal agents and police officers. the case against three former penn state officials will go to trial on charges stemming from the jerry sandusky sex abuse scandal. the judge ruling there is enough evidence for greg spanier and jim schultz and tim curley. his poll numbers plunging but there's no quit in anthony weiner. he's ignoring calls to bow out of the new york city mayor's race. look at the new video he posted on his website. >> i know that there are
newspaper editors and other politicians that say i wish that guy weiner would quit. you don't know new york. you certainly don't know me. quit isn't the way we roll in new york city. >> meanwhile weiner's communications director barbara morgan apologizing for a curse-filled rant about a former campaign intern who wrote an unflattering tell-all article about weiner in "the new york daily news." the city of san diego wants mayor bob filner to pay all the costs of his sexual harassment lawsuits against him. the city council voted to sue filner to recover any costs from that lawsuit. in the meantime an eighth accuser has come forward accusing filner of making unwanted sexual advances. a serious dose of reality for a couple of reality tv stars, teresa and joe giudice from "the real housewives of new
jersey" free on a half million dollars' bond after appearing in court on federal fraud charges. they're accused of exaggerating their income to secure millions of dollars in loans and could possibly face 30 years in prison if convicted. we'll have more coming up later in our show. all right, this is what a ripped wolverine looks like, oh, yeah, actor huge jackson -- huge? hue jackson, lifting 400 pounds as he prepared for his next role in the next "x-men" movie. his message to his nearly 3 million fit twitter followers "if the bar ain't bendin' you just pretendin'" which is what i understand a tattoo chris has on his back. >> mine is if the bar is straight there ain't much weight. >> why does he need to lift so much?
>> getting are ready for the next one. >> i like about him he's not a muscle head, doesn't love to do this, he knows it's important for the role, so he takes it on. impressive. that's why i was so nice to him when i interviewed him. i didn't want him to squeeze my head like a grape. indra petersons has what you need to know before you head out the door this morning. >> this is a waterspout they saw off the shore of tampa yesterday. hard to believe it's not that atypical. the conditions are so ripe in florida if you look at the radar between 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. from yesterday you take one storm and that's how quickly one of these guys develop. more severe weather, flossie is gone but behind it we have gil. wanted to overlay flossie's path and it's literally almost the identical path, something we'll be monitoring because in the next 48 hours it is expected to
turn into a hurricane, currently stronger than what flossie managed to be. rain in the southeast as well as rain into the northeast so yes all that dry weather we enjoyed i told you it was leaving. maybe one more day left in new york. >> we are rolling through that alphabet, flossie, now gil. >> way too early in the year, too. >> it's going to turn into a hurricane you got to give it a better name. i'm not afraid of flossie and not afraid of gil. >> challenging gil, nice. >> i'm taking him on. jackman inspired me. coming up on "new day" check out some incredible video. that man is supposed to be inside, not outside, he is an escaping convict out of a jail in arkansas and that cop needs to work on his sprint, he's going to meet with hue jackson. how could this happen? we'll take you through the details. home prices on the rise, is this the right time to buy? "money time" with christine romans is coming up. [ male announcer ] these days, a small business can save by sharing.
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book now at hilton.com/getaway. welcome back to "new day." a notorious convict just escaped from an arkansas jail and the weapon he used, his feet, a desperate search under way for derrick estell, considered armed, dangerous and as this video proves very aggressive. john berman not implicated in this situation is here with details. >> this was not some tunnelling at night jailbreak. this was in broad daylight, seems like a carefully orchestrated plot to escape with officers just feet away and what's worse the enemy on the run has a history of violence
and making things very difficult for law enforcement. it was this daring stunt that set off a statewide manhunt. an arkansas inmate slipping head first through a narrow opening of the booking window at the garland county detention center. derrick estell appears to be talking on the phone but that was just phase one of his plan. as soon as deputies weren't looking he makes a break for it dashing right out the front door with a guard in hot pursuit. now on the runne estell is considered armed and dangerous, he's accused of aggravated robbery, breaking and entering, burglary and you guessed it, fleeing. in march he allegedly stole a car and led them in a wild chase that ended in a standoff. >> went into a wooded area, we set up a perimeter and several hours later we took him into custody. >> reporter: this time authorities believe estell
acting with two accomplices, this man, william harding distracted guards by asking questions just long enough forest tell to make his woman and this woman ta mara upshaw was believed to be driving the getaway car waiting outside. the man visiting the prison distracting the guards is in custody and police are looking for the woman suspected of driving the getaway car, the car was found abandoned by police in hot springs. >> seems so improbable he can slide through the window. >> one guy goes in, disstrakts the guards and jumps through the open window. opening windows a bad idea. >> in jail apparently so. >> important to put his face up there. the public will be the easiest way to help find him. >> and is he a dangerous guy. >> appreciate it, john. coming up next on "new day" a war of words between two republican heavy hitters, christine romaclhris
become legendary online. now he has his eye on higher office. he's going to be joining us live. >> look at the people around him, unimpressed. you know they're used to him doing this. what's this about, raccoon rhumba or are they dancing. >> that is a chubby raccoon. >> it is well fed and dangerous. look at it trying to bite him. i hope there's a good explanation as opposed to this guy just getting attacked, not seeming to care >> we're laughing as the man is getting attacked. michaela has the top news. let's look at the headlines making news the source of a parasite borne food poisoning in nebraska and iowa, prepackaged salad mixes. more than 100 cases of cyclospora reported. investigators blame a bagged blend of iceberg and romaine and
cabbage lettuce. the outbreak is spreading more than 315 cases in 15 states. the sentencing phase egins for army private bradley manning, he was found not guilty of the most serious charge against him aiding the enemy but he was found guilty of 20 other charges under the espionage act including stealing classified information and videos and leaking them for publication online. the lesser charges could still send him to prison for the rest of his life. a university of pittsburgh professor accused of killing his wife with a lethal dose of cyanide pleats not guilty. robert ferrante entered his plea. text messages before her death in april suggested he urged her to use creatnine to help her get pregnant. he then laced it with cyanide. what would you do if airline
fees if baggage fees would costdus 1,000. not a good idea. the bomb squad had to be called to check out the bags. authorities determined nothing criminal was intended and he will not face charges. ready for polar bear cam? researchers athe oregon zoo getting a new look at life from a polar bear's perspective. this is taso the polar bear, fitted with electronic sensors that track movements. they're going to use similar collars and place them on free roaming polar bears in the arctic to see their habits, habitat, fishing, track where they're going. very interesting study and use of technology and interesting to see things on the size of the polar bear's face. >> wouldn't want that job.
>> they eventually work their way up. >> you go into the wild and the tranquillizer dart has worked, you can go up there now, not a job i want. >> this is going to end horribly. >> only one outcome, bad. let's get to our political gutcheck, all of the stories you need to know coming out of washington and around the country. first off quite the war of words between two 2016 gop hopefuls, cnn's chief national correspo correspondecorrespon correspondent john king is here to break it down. before we talk about what's going on between rand paul and chris christie we have to listen to a little bit of what they're saying. take a listen. >> if senator paul wants to look at where he's going to cut spending to afford defense maybe he should look at cutting the pork barrel spending he brings home to kentucky. >> this is the king of bacon talking about bacon? we have two military bases in kent candidate as governor christie, is he recommending we shut down our military bases?
>> i mean well that's one way to put it i guess. what is going on between these two men? >> it july, almost august 2013 or are we in 2015-2016. two of the most colorful, confident and combative voices in the republican party, it's about politics and something bigger. the republicans are out of power, they've lost the last two presidential elections so you're trying to find out not only who you want as a leader but who you are as a party. what are they fighting about, taxing and spending, pork barrel spending, rand paul and chris christie in a big fight over the nsa surveillance program. chris christie says it's a good program, talks about the 9/11 victims in his state of new jersey, rand paul says it's too much government so they're having a big debate about the role of government, that is the debate the republican party is going to have heading into this next cycle. two fascinating players. >> they might need to have this debate going into the cycle but is it good for the party? is it good politics to have it happen so publicly?
>> most republicans would say yes. these are two pretty polite guys. you see them getting personal. chris christie and rand paul are the voices out there for 2016. they're not so much like mitt romney or john mccain. it tells you this if you think about the big debates in the romney primaries in the last election and the mccain primary the cycle before that the republican also have a spirited debate and you raise a key question at what point can it become destructive to the party. they have to deal with the immigration issue, taxes and spending. are the republicans ready to nominate a northeastern guy like a chris christie who conservatives think is soft on the social issues but when you're out of power you have the philosophical, ideological and personal debate. this is just the beginning, this is not going to stop. >> certainly a good opportunity for rand paul because chris christie you have to believe is much higher in the pecking order than he is. for christie to put him on equal
footing with him. let me ask you something else a 2016 flashpoint, benghazi, there's a push by republicans for information into the investigation of this? >> they have chris, just this morning cnn obtained a draft letter it will be released later today or tomorrow. eight republican lawmakers, four in the house and senate sending a letter to the new fbi director james comen about the benghazi attacks. we're approaching the one-year anniversary, and the lawmakers say essentially it's been more than ten months since the acomes, we appear no closer to seeing who is responsible, so pressure from the republicans not only on the obama administration but the fbi director. the fbi put up photos of people of interest but haven't arrested anybody and we've been working on a project at cnn for a
special due out within a week or two and arwa damon our great correspondent went back to benghazi and sat down with one of the people the fbi said is a person of interest for two hours and he said he's never been contacted by the government. >> you hear republicans are on a witchhunt and looking for a fight and to blame the administration when arwa sits down with one of the lead suspects those are legitimate questions that need to be asked and answered. >> there are legitimate questions to be answer nod question. part of this is the incompetence of the libyan government and the administration whether you seize these guys as terrorists and try them using the military tribu l tribunals where the rules of evidence are much lower or one of the reasons the fbi put those
photos up there they're begging the libyan people to get them some evidence so they can present a criminal case they can present in a federal court. you have the age-old debate whether to do it in the federal court system or the military system, that's a factor as well. >> it's always a question also, when do legitimate questions become a public relations political push. john thanks so much, great reporting. we'll talk to you soon. we're going to take a break. coming up on "new day" the great american housing recovery. that's a good word. prices are skyrocketing. should you be buying, selling or renting? what is good timing? and cue the banjos. you don't want to miss what a quarter of a million people have witness on youtube, a man and a dancing raccoon. what is going on. you need a girls' weekend and you need it now. ladies, let's go to vegas. cute! waiter!
♪ every time i close my eyes welcome back to "new day" everybody. home prices are climbing, that's the good news. what should we do with this information? if only someone could tell us, christine romans. tell us. >> it's getting better, chris. and it's now a good time to buy a house and good time to sell a house because home prices are rising over the past year, the 20 city index from case shiller up 12%. the biggest gain since march of 2006. prices up 20% to 25% in some towns. look at san francisco, 25%, l.a. 19%, vegas, phoenix and over here look at atlanta up 20% the price year over year. all real estate like politics is local. new york area up 3%, so you can see it depends on where you are. the parts of the country hardest hit by the housing collapse are the parts of the country seeing the very best increases in home prices and those home prices expected to gain next year, too. these are happy housing
headlines but the markets not back where it was. prices down 24% since 2006 so you can see here if you bought a house anywhere from 2005, 2006, 2007 you're looking at the happy housing headlines saying i might still be underwater. what does this mean for mortgage rates? that's important, too. mortgage rates have been climbing recently 4.31% on the 30-year fixed rate. what is interesting here, chris, you can still take advantage of the low rates because the average since world war ii is 6.5%. these are still very low rates. we expect them, i expect them to climb in the next, you know in the next year or two years so this is still a good time to refinance if you can, still a good time to buy and sellers is a good time for you. kate? let's go around the world starting in egypt, where supporters of ousted president mohamed morsi continue to defy the military, triggering fears of another bloody crackdown. reza sayah has more from cairo.
>> the european union's catherine ashton trying to play the role of mediator, meeting with mohamed morsi and the military-backed government but at least for now neither side seems to be backing down. hours after the visit morsi demonstrators demonstrating again the muslim brotherhood restating their position. they want morsi back as president and a reversal to what they call a bloody military coup. the two sides still in a deadlock. >> reza, thanks so much. a new prime time show in pakistan isn't giving away cars or cash, they're actually giving away babies but there's more to this story. >> it's a tv moment that has pleased, surprised and shocked people across pakistan the
moment this man holds relingious programs handled an abandoned baby to a childless couple. he says he's saving babies. the ngo vetted the couple and they were registered with them. but the couple didn't know they were about to be given a baby on live tv. back to you. while his country is being torn apart by a bloody civil war, bashar al assad has found time to join instagram. more from abu dhabi. >> there are no ugly images of bloody battlefields or a civil war just a happy couple adoring each other and being adored by others. that's what you get from his new instagram account. he's also on facebook, twitter and youtube and it's all part of
his social media blitz. back to you, kate. >> all right, thank you. coming up here on "new day," a murder mystery developing at the university of michigan. pay attention to this promising medical student, people described him to go on as someone who would cure cancer. how did he die execution style? and later on this wednesday what every raccoon really needs a dance partner. really? it's our today's must see moment on "new day" coming up. [ male announcer ] a doctor running late for a medical convention
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♪ changin, chain, chain ♪ this isn't something you should randomly start to do. most people should run away but self-described hillbilly mark bradley no ordinary fella decided to dance with a large raccoon that wandered onto his porch. it's quite familiar to him, comes by often, they cut a rug to aretha's classic "chain of fools." aptly picked song. brian admits he's known the raccoon since he was a little bitty fella. >> is it his pet? >> he's not domesticated but he feeds this. >> i think the raccoon is attacking him. >> he's not trust me if that
raccoon was attacking him. >> it's such a heavy raccoon, it may be the best we can do. >> i'm getting this is not the first time because they knew it's time to roll the music and camera. >> you see him snap? it's one of those deals. he's like a raccoon whisperer, maybe this is some snake charming dance with where the undulation of his beard is mesmerizing. i'd like him to get rid of the raccoons i have attacking my garbage pail. >> they just want to dance with you. >> oh my gosh. good stuff. coming up next on "new day" not good stuff, salad in a bag may be the source of stomach illness that's sickened hundreds of people nationwide, we'll ask dr. sanjay gupta about the outbreak and investigation and what you need to know about it.
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spitzer said weiner should drop out. if that weren't enough bill clinton said weiner should drop out. at this point he's going to get a call "what are you doing, weiner there's no way you can win. you should drop out now. you have to do that, trust me." >> very funny, fallon dominates today's "about last night." >> he can do a lot of good impressions. >> he really is the man. he's funny making that a laughing matter. what is not a laughing matter baseball fans it's about to get real with suspensions, players suspected of using performance enhancing drugs, mlb could announce by the end of the week. andy scholes no longer a rumor, teams may be changed and soon. >> it looks like we now know who exactly is going to be suspended as a result of this investigation into the biogenesis clinic.
major league baseball officials told the players' association that a-rod along with eight other players will be suspended this week and that number is significantly lower than what was originally suspected because investigators could not dig up enough evidence to warrant other suspensions. according to reports investigators did gather overwhelming evidence for their case against a-rod. the yankees third baseman says he will appeal any punishment. yesterday a miami judge ruled that major league baseball can sue the now closed biogenesis clinic for providing players peds, a big win for mlb because they can use the legal system to force witnesses to give them information that will help them further build their case against a-rod and other players. arguably the biggest drawback from going to live sporting events are the long lines you have to wait in to have a beer and go to the bathroom. now there's an app for that. san francisco 49ers are incorporating new technology into their new stadium that will allow to you get on your
smartphone and see which beer stand and bathroom have the shortest lines. guys as someone who goes to plenty of sporting events i think this could be the greatest idea ever. >> best app ever created. that's why we normally use a tandem team system when we go to games, i'll be in one line my husband will go to another line, we do a race. >> i respect that, that's what marriage is all about. >> who can get to the beer line faster! that's so much, andy. i love that. >> that is good stuff. if you don't have a spouse who wants to wait in two lines at once. >> correct. you hear the music you know what that means, it's time for the "rock block." first up michaela? >> in "the wall street journal" big apple restaurants can still sell big sugary soft drinks an appeals court upholding a lower court ruling found the city's restrictions unconstitutional. a quarter of a
billion-dollar donation a tiny college in kentucky receiving the gift from the aug and brockman charity and trust, it will provide 40 scholarships a year. from the "cape cod times" a group of marine researchers kicking off a month-long study of great white sharks off the coast of cape cod. including tagging animals, another job for you to volunteer for, chris. christine romans with your business news. >> another big month for your 401(k), futures pointing higher, stocks are up about 4% just this month. it's the last day of the month of course that has the biggest gains since january. important news from the federal reserve is the stimulus program coming to an end? if you have time warner cable you have cbs back for now after a brief blackout the two companies are working to negotiate a deal. let's get to indra petersons for the weather. >> the rain break is over for the southeast, all that warm moist air coming out of the gulf meaning anywhere from one to two inches of rain today around the
gulf. who doesn't love warm, humid air in the summer time? from the midwest stretching to the northeast the fast moving cold front that will bring showers in the midwest today and thursday we'll look for the showers into the northeast. temperatures still beautiful, pretty mild anywhere on the lakes, boston 78, chicago temperatures in the 70s. >> summertime, you cannot beat it. thank you so much. we're almost at the top of the hour, everyone, which means it's time for the top news. ♪ the culprit, prepackaged salad linked to the mystery ills than sickened hundreds across 15 states, but why is the brand being kept from you? direct plea, anthony weiner now taking his message straight to voters in a new video message, so what did he say when asked if he's still sending inappropriate text messages.
medical student mystery, a college campus in fear, why was this promising med student gunned down in his room? police are now in an all-out search for a killer. your "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: what you need to know. >> we're going to pray for kaylee and tell her to fight and she would be okay. >> announcer: what you just have to see. this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "new day." you are officially closer to the weekend because it is wednesday, july 31st, 7:00 in thing east. i'm chris cuomo. >> good morning, everyone i'm kate bolduan here with news anchor michaela pereira. coming up in this hour a story we're following closely on "new day" a 12-year-old girl you see her right there fighting for her life after contracting a rare
but deadly brain-eating amoeba, how an experimental drug could save her life, that's just ahead. he is an internet sensation, an illinois lawmaker famous for his rants and a man after my own heart meet meltdown mike, take a listen. >> not the american way! these damned guys all the damned time come out here and i got to try to figure out how to vote for my people! >> that's what i'm talking about, he's going to toss it, punch it and throw it. i respect it. we're going to talk with state representative mike boss live here on "new day." >> i'll keep my paper away from you so you don't get violent. >> i'm going to toss it. get ready, we have acting royalty in the house today, ladies and gentlemen clear the decks, denzel washington the two-time oscar winning actor, tony award winner, too, is here talking to us about his movie "two guns." we cannot wait for the conversation. >> it will be great to see him.
let's start with the news here for more than a month hundreds of people across the country have been reporting mysterious symptoms resembling food poisoning. it was a parasite and health officials in two states think they have the culprit, bagged salad. cnn chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta joins us now but still a lot of questions. >> it's hard to keep recommending fruits and vegetables when we have the outbreaks. hundreds of people are waking up with food poisoning systems. the culprit may be in your fridge. prepackaged salad, that's the answer to the mystery of what was causing the most recent food poisoning outbreak. nearly 400 people in 15 states reported food poisoning symptoms caused by this microscopic parasite, psychospora. health officials in two states tracing the source to bagged salad. >> we saw there was a common exposure to bagged lettuce,
salad products. >> reporter: while a specific brand has not yet been named health officials in iowa and nebraska blamed mixed salad bags of iceberg and romaine lettuce. as well as carrots and red cabbage, but they also add the salad mix is no longer on the shelves in their states. this isn't the first time bagged salad has come under the microscope. >> oh my god! >> reporter: earlier this month calissa says her sister-in-law was pouring out a bag of kale and discovered a frog. >> she poured in kale and went to stir them and she says there's a frog in them. >> reporter: this february an e. coli scare triggered a recall on taylor farms baby spinach. this most recent outbreak sending at least 21 people to the hospital. the cdc and fda are continuing to look at the outbreak. they're not sure if all the
cases are related to the same outbreak. stay tuned. >> still have some investigation to do. >> the question becomes the timing. you get sick because you bought it now or lettuce you can still by. >> mid-june is when this started. people can get sick up to a few weeks after they consume this and the symptoms can last up to a couple of months. that's part of what makes these investigations difficult is that someone doesn't get sick for a couple weeks after they ate it. it's hard for them to trace it back. they're saying the lettuce being sold now should be safe and likely the lettuce sold should be out of people's refrimg raters, given that was mid-june. >> you won't have the bagged lettuce, it's perishable, it has an expiration date it would be out of your fridge. >> if you haven't thrown it out with june, you probably should. >> sanjay thank you so much. back to washington where private first class bradley manning will soon find out the
punishment for his crimes. the sentencing phase of his court marshall begins today. the former army intelligence analyst faces decades behind bars despite being acquitted of the most serious charge, aiding the enemy. barbara starr is live from the pentagon for more. this has been a court marshall you've been following from the beginning and gone on for a long time and now we move on to sentencing. >> good morning, kate, as the judge moves to the sentencing phase later today, one of the key questions for her will be how many years should bradley manning spend in jail based on the damage that he caused to national security, and damage to national security is also a question facing the other leaker, edward snowden. private first class bradley manning technically was spared a life sentence when the judge ruled he was not guilty of aiding the enemy. manning gave three-quarters of a million pages of classified documents about the wars in iraq and afghanistan to wikileaks,
the anti-secrecy website. the military accused him of putting lives in danger, saying some of the material was found in osama bin laden's compound. manning said he just wanted the public to know what the government was doing. supporters say it's a partial victory. >> the only reason why the government proceeded with this trial is so that it could pursue this dangerous theory that equates leaks to the press with aiding the enemy. >> it shows that a really very junior enlisted person can do battle with the federal government in a case where the government is really mad as hell about what happened here, throws everything it has at him and its biggest charge fizzles. >> but the former intelligence analyst still faces a maximum sentence of 136 years in jail, convicted on 20 counts, including stealing classified information, wrongfully causing intelligence to be published on
the internet and possession of classified videos including a 2007 video showing u.s. troops firing on people in baghdad. later today in congress there will be yet another hearing on the surveillance programs at the national security agency, that information that edward snowden leaked to the public another look at the damage he caused. kate, chris? >> barbara, thank you very much. joining me for more is cnn's senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin. jeffrey toobin, thank you for being on "new day." >> good morning. >> i say not so fast. not so fast about sentencing. whoa, what just happened here? manning was supposed to be an example three-quarters of a million pages, the largest leak ever, that he was fueling julian assange's message. this was supposed to be a big deal but we hear not guilty of aiding the enemy but convicted of supplying information to the press. is this a victory here? >> no, it's not a victory for
him. he's looking at really decades in prison and i think the judge struck the right balance. i think what manning did was wrong but it wasn't treason. it wasn't an effort to help our enemies. it was an incredibly misguided, wrong-headed attempt to get information out to the public. that's a crime. he was convicted of a crime, but just because you are a bank robber doesn't mean you're a murderer. there are distinctions among crimes. >> i get the bank robber not a murderer but the line between whistleblower and espionage, where is it? if you work for the government and leak things, why is that not espionage or when does it become that? >> we have a long tradition in this country and one of the complexities of this whole case which frankly i haven't figured out and i don't think the legal system has figured out how do you draw a distinction between what bradley manning did, which was giving 700,000 documents completely unplanned way and how do you compare that to what goes
on in washington every day where our colleagues, bob woodward, dana priest at "the washington post" go to government officials and say tell us what's going on, government officials say information that almost certainly is classified, that's not a crime. that shouldn't be a crime because we want journalists to be able to do their job and why is that legal and why is bradley manning illegal? >> they get him for 20 different charges, different counts. he may be looking at 100 years probably not but that's on the books and while there was nothing damaging to national security. how do you put those two in the same sentence? >> i think that's fortunate for us and fortunate for bradley manning but you know what? he doesn't get to decide what's in the national interests to disclose. yes it's fortunate that it turned out there was not a huge disaster but he didn't know that was the case. remember look what the foreign service officers do all day. they report on american interests abroad. they get people to confide in
them, foreign nationals to confide in them in confidence. he then throws that out to the press. he put both our government employees and people who cooperate with them in incredible danger. now good that it didn't work out that people got killed but we can't trust bradley manning to make those decisions. >> that wasn't considered a threat to national security? it's an important conversation to have that we're having right now because we'll keep seeing this. it affects freedom of the press, edward snowden, what happens to him. this case is meaningful because it projects what the policy will be of this country and other circumstances like this and we'll see more. >> the obama administration widely regarded as very liberal has been very tough on leaks and this is an example of that but it's not the only example. >> case doesn't stand along. jeffrey toobin appreciate the perspective. >> good to see you. >> kate? despite plummeting poll numbers anthony weiner says he is not getting out of the new
york city mayor's race. weiner says "quit isn't the way we roll in new york city." rosa flores has been following this. >> good morning, kate. kate, this is the story that keeps on giving. the anthony weiner campaign is yet again tangled in a web of distractions. this time it's an intern ruffling feathers and emotions. >> someone wants to come out with something embarrassing about you in your private life you got to talk about that for a little while. >> reporter: weiner tweeting out a revamped online message. >> sometimes people say to me this campaign is pretty rough, you may want to quit. quit isn't the way we roll in new york city. >> reporter: but his message could be drowned out once again by an explosive and graphic rant by his leading spokesman barbara morgan about his former intern's criticism of the campaign in the "new york daily news" in a four-letter word rampage to "talking points" memo morgan
used the word "slut" and other expletives describing the ex-intern olivia nuzy as fame country and saying she "sucked at her job." ? a statement to cnn morgan said "in a moment of frustration i used inappropriate language in what i thought was an off the record conversation. it was wrong and i am very sorry." but that's not all. the controversy escalated again following weiner's response to "daily news" columnist dennis hamel. when asked, "there is no one you are sexting now?" his answer, "you can quibble about beginnings, middles and ends but what we're talking about is over a year ago." so we asked the question ourselves, but we couldn't hear his answer. morgan, the same spokesperson now tangled up in her own media frenzy, confirmed his response to us following the event. what was his answer?
>> his answer was no. >> we should add anthony weiner's spokesperson called and apologized to the former intern. in the midst of the drama weiner plans to continue campaigning. he released his schedule in the last half hour, one event today at 7:30 this evening and we will of course keep you guys posted. >> the best way to not -- the wrong way to handle a story if you want it to go away exactly what his communications director did. >> hard to make a story go away when nobody wants it to either. >> they're not helping. >> he's in a tough situation. a lot of news developing at this hour, we get over to michaela. edward snowden back in the news >> his father, the fbi tried to enlist the help of edward snowden's father in a wide-ranging interview with the republican lon snowden says they asked him to fly to russia to persuade his son to turn himself in. lon snowden did not think his son could get a fair trial in the u.s.
edward snowden seeking asylum in russia, he's been at a moscow airport for more than a month. snowden's leaks about the nsa surveillance programs loom large at a judiciary hearing on privacy issues, officials from the nsa, fbi and justice department are expected to face a grilling from patrick leahy. the senator introduced a bill requiring more scrutiny of the patriot act and the secret intelligence surveillance court. new landing rules at san francisco international airport in the wake of that deadly asiana airlines crash earlier this month. it is no longer allowing foreign carriers to land simultaneously. they have to come in one at a time and have to use gps standings rather than flight rules. a new royal headline "vanity
fair" reporting princess diana wanted to marry heart surgeon haznat khan. it was her most significant relationship after prince charles. and finally from the mouths of babes, check out the reaction from this 8-month-old baby when dad sings the nationwide jingle. ♪ nationwide is on your side >> it's the guy's voice. >> just so you don't think it's a one of, they thought maybe the baby needed a nap so they put the baby down for a nap, woke him up, sang the same song and bam! >> same thing? >> same thing! >> you're good at so many things, dad, sing something not one of them. >> don't blame nationwide. >> my dad used to play the trumpet completely off key in the morning to get us out of
bed. >> same reaction. >> same reaction. he was smart trying to get me out of bed not into bed. that poor baby, so cute. >> good stuff. let's get to indra for the latest in the weather center. you don't look happy at all, the singing or something else? >> we had flossie and flossie is gone, so quickly we can't get a break and we have gil out there currently seeing steady winds 15 miles per hour. behind it a 60% chance for another storm to form behind that. we're seeing a lot of activity in the pacific. gil what's so interesting we overlaid its projected path over where flossie was and it's pretty much following almost the identical path. it was rare to see activity around hawaii it looks like we're looking at a similar path. it is expected to be stronger in 48 hours gil is expected to be a category one hurricane. definitely something we'll have our eyes on. otherwise looking across the
u.s. at the southerly moisture coming into the gulf again so you're no longer seeing that break, anywhere from one to two inches of rain in the area and they've been dealing with such a wet summer a lot of flooding potential any time we continue to see that rain. from the midwest to the northeast we're watching a quick moving cold front so we're going to talk about rain pushing in to the northeast around thursday and already starting into the midwest by today so it was beautiful everywhere yesterday and that's why we're frowning today, not so beautiful today. >> there's always tomorrow. >> bingo. >> thank you. coming up next on "new day" a little girl facing a huge battle, potentially deadly brain-eating infection. it doesn't even sound like it's possible but it is. why an experimental drug may be the key to saving her life. plus a story we want to you keep your eye on a popular medical student turns up dead execution style. police are stumped. the latest on the mystery at the university of michigan.
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doctors saying about if they're optimistic this is going to help her. >> kali is still a very sick little girl but doctors do have hope. when kali hardig arrived at arkansas children's hospital, she was so exhausted she couldn't even answer the doctor's questions. >> he asked me several times, did i think kali was being what you call like a hyperkond ree c chondriac. >> reporter: the doctor listened and ran tests that showed kali had a rare and almost always deadly infection. swimming around in her spinal fluid this brain-eating amoeba. kali's parents were told she might have only days to live. >> i hung on by my husband and asking him what are we gonna do, and he would tell me that we're going to pray for kali and help
her fight. we're going to tell her to fight, and that she would be okay. >> to preserve brain tissue kali's doctors induced a coma and cooled her body to 93 degrees. doctors also turned to the centers for disease control for an experimental anti-amoeba drug, unsure if it would work but apparently it has. now there's no trace of the amoeba in kali's spinal fluid. >> day by day she's showing slow improvement and we're all very optimistic. >> reporter: but kali remains in intensive care in critical condition. >> killing the amoebas is one thing but managing brain swelling and the aftermath of the infection and the irritation to the brain it really the critical part in having a patient survive. >> reporter: if kali does pull through she'll beat the odds. only one person in the u.s. has survived this disease in the past 50 years. kali's parents are praying she'll be number two.
kali's parents want other parents to know if you're jumping into a warm lake or a hot spring this time of year when the water's really warm, what you want to do is hold your nose or use nose clips because that's how the amoeba gets in, is through the nose into the central nervous system and then into the brain. chris? kate? >> all right, elizabeth, thanks so much. good advice but hopefully this experimental drug works it could be huge for anyone who deals with this later. >> it would be huge in the category of not creating false panic. the chance of getting that in a swimming pool is not great. >> this is in ponds and lakes and things like that. it's very rare. >> a story we have to follow, good on that. we'll take a break on "new day." when we come back, popular medical student is murdered. it's turning into more of a mystery. they thought at first there were a lot of break-ins but this doesn't look like a break-in. what could it be? and an illinois lawmaker known as meltdown mike for his legendary rants we'll talk to
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♪ wishing i was knee deep in the water somewhere ♪ zac brown band, great band. >> welcome back, everybody this is "new day." almost important this is wednesday, july 31st, i'm chris cuomo. >> good morning everyone. i'm kate bolduan joined by news anchor michaela pereira. coming up, preventable medical errors they happen over a million times a year and dr. sanjay gupta will break down a new report that says 30% of patients face serious health
risks after they've come out of surgery. there's risk in surgery and serious health risk after. >> the more you know the better it will be. our man of the morning, meltdown mike, that's how they know him. look a little closely, veins popping out of his head, filled with passion already an internet legend now trying to be a bigger player on the political stage, maybe going to congress, he'll tell us about it live. we'll have meltdown mike and coolhand kate in the same interview. >> i couldn't wait to see what you'd come up with. >> a little dramatic pause. is there more? there's always more. let's look at the headlines. health officials pin jnt point prepackaged salad mixes as the source of a parasite borne intestinal outbreak in at least two states. more than 100 cases of cyclospora in iowa, 70 in
nebraska. no word yet on where the product was sold or under what brand name. so far a total of 253 cyclospora cases in some 15 states. in a few hours the sentencing phase continues for bradley manning for giving secrets to wikileaks, they include espionage, theft and computer charge. he was acquitted of the charge of aiding the enemy,. a university of california san diego student forgotten in a dea cell for five days will get $4.1 million in a settlement with the federal government. 25-year-old daniel chong says we given up and accepted death after a raid at a house landed had imin a holding cell. as the days past chong drank his own urine and uscarved "sorry m"
on his mom. in the confusion caused by the crash of flight 214 as a chance to steal luggage. prosecutors in san francisco said he was caught grabbing some of the flight and his fiance turned the luggage into cash. a close call for race car driver tony stewart. he was in ontario, canada, monday night racing a spript car on' dirt track for fun, it flipped five times and what's amazing he walked away uninjured and just sort of carried on racing the next night, in fact. he came in fifth in the race last night i believe but it's amazing, five tumbles, walks awhich not injured. >> huge name, too. >> oh, yes. >> he has such a passion for racing all the different circuits. you know what it speaks to the elevation in safety standards they've come up with.
they found ways to keep drivers safe, so different than five, ten years ago. >> racing for fun, still needs to be careful. one story a lot of people are scratching their heads in the close-knit community at the university of michigan, the whole community is mourning this morning, a 25-year-old medical student paul dewolfe was found shot to death by a single bullet. police are investigating it as a homicide this morning but so far they have no motive or reason why someone would want to kill this student who's known to be popular and an aspiring surgeon. we'll talk with one of his close friends in a minute. first pamela brown has more on what clearly is a murder mystery. >> it is a puzzling case for police as they're investigating. dewolfe was a medical student said to graduate next year researching a treatment for acl tears and in a statement one researcher said he was the epitome of everything great in the field of medicine. co-worker found paul dewolf dead after he failed to show up for
work. mysterious death in michigan, a 25-year-old aspiring surgeon with a magnetic smile living a full life, high school valedictorian, marathon runner and avid scuba diver. >> paul was probably the best person that i've ever met in my entire life. he really brought everyone that was with him up, myself included. >> reporter: dead by a single gunshot wound, found in a pool of blood at an offcampus fraternity house last thursday sending shock waves through the university of michigan community and stunning those who knew paul dewolf well. >> it's hard for me to believe paul would have any enemies. i don't know a single person that didn't like him. >> reporter: police believe dewolf was killed in cold blood, adding to the mystery no weapons were found on the scene and nothing stolen from dewolf's room. police said they are directing every available resource to this investigation. as police hunt for dewolf's killer the university of michigan is increasing police patrol and warning students to
stay alert. the vice president of the university health system said "paul was a talented medical student. he was dedicating his life to helping others." the med student also active duty second lieutenant in the air force planning to graduate in may and complete his residency while in the air force. young life taken, shrouded in mystery, no clues to what went terribly wrong. dewolf's parents released a statement saying he was a brother, a son, a man of faith and a good friend to everyone who had the pleasure of meeting him. paul will be greatly missed but will always be cherished in our heart and minds. chris? >> pamela thank you very much. i want to bring in saralla sarah, close friend of paul dewolf joining us from ann arbor, michigan. sorry to have to meet you under these circumstances. we're hearing a lot about what took your friend. what i want to know is tell me about what made paul special to you? >> paul was a modern day
renaissance man. he exceled at everything that he did. he ran marathons, he was valedictorian in high school, graduated top of the class and aspiring to be a surgeon. at the end of the day he was a son to his parents and a brother to his family and friends, and he will be missed. the community lost a hero and it's tragic that this had to happen to such a wonderful person. >> what is the best guess you have as to why this happened or how? >> i don't know. i'm just as shocked. it's sad. he really did have no enemies. he was an aspiring surgeon, he was in the air force, he lived his life guided by god. he was a man of faith and he was a devouted christian. >> no enemies, no worries or troubles that you knew about, no tortured romances, no drama going on around him? >> no, none at all. >> you know why we ask those
questions, though, because this is becoming a mystery for authorities. they know there's been some crime in the area, they know there was a break-in, they believe on the same block very recent to this and yet this doesn't look like a break-in. and it leaves them baffled. >> no. >> what do you make of that? >> none of his belongings were disturbed as they already released in the news but as far as i know there's been nothing new that's been updated. >> how did you hear about this? >> i got a phone call thursday morning, so it was devastating to hear and i just talked to him on tuesday and to find out he passed out, passed away the day after. >> where was his -- >> heartbreaking. >> where was his head and his heart on tuesday the last time you spoke to him? >> actually today he was supposed to leave for california to do a surgical rotation and flight training and instead he's going to his burial so he was
excited and ambitious and really looking forward to all the great things life had to offer for him. >> you described him as the kind of doctor or medical student who would have cured cancer. >> yes. >> when he talked about his future and what he wanted to do with his life what did he say? >> he was so passionate about serving others. paul and i met the first day of our college career and he was a biomedical science major and from day one he put his heart and soul into his studies, and his education because he was so passionate about becoming a surgeon. he never strayed from that dream. i never heard him talk about anything else. >> how close were you to him? >> extremely close. he was one of my best friends for the last seven years. >> i'm very sorry for your loss. i'm sorry to have you meet you this way as i said. our hearts go out to all of you. we will stay on this story to
find out what happened to your friend, i promise you that. >> thank you. the community definitely lost a hero. >> thank you for joining us today. we'll be in touch. >> thank you. >> kate? >> thanks so much, chris. coming up next on "new day," a jailbreak caught on camera, how this very dangerous man got the jump on the guards. and this lawmaker seems to be better known for his meltdowns than his politics at the moment. well now he has his eye on an even bigger stage, congress. we'll talk to him about that. i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh...no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just a click away with our free mobile app.
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washington. he will join us in a moment. first let's give you background on the former marine who is ready to fight for the american dream in congress. >> these damned bills, all the dam inned time come out here at the last second! >> he's known for his paper punching finger pointing tirades on the floor of the illinois legislature. >> enough! i feel like somebody trying to be released from egypt! let my people go! my god! they sent me here to vote for them! >> now the republican is hoping to bring that passion to capitol hill after nine terms in the state assembly he's running for congress. >> you should be ashamed of yourselves! >> reporter: bost often loses his cool while everyone around him seems to look bored. some call him meltdown mike for displays like this one during a debate over a concealed weapons bill. >> i keep playing games like this? vote no. >> reporter: his trademark outbursts have become internet sensations featured on
"letterman." >> how a bill becomes a law. >> these damned bills all the damned time! >> reporter: remixed to music. ♪ you stay on your side of the aisle ♪ >> reporter: even compared to chevy chase's famous christmas vacation rant. >> hallelujah! >> so let's talk more about this, joining me is illinois state representative and youtube sensation mike bost. thank you for joining me this morning. >> thanks for having me here. >> you're clearly passionate but i get a chuckle every time we take a look at your videos and i would love to know what you think when you see the videos of yourself. >> well, you've got to understand the situation, and it was two issues that had occurred in the illinois general assembly and any time -- i represent the people of the 115th district in illinois and any time you're going to violate their constitutional rights or any time that you're going to try to take away their rights for a clear and proper debate then my
job is i believe to stand up for them and i do the best i can with that. those are two times. now there's other times i work in bipartisan manner, work together my colleagues and i work together from both sides of the aisle but maybe we do need more passion, maybe we need passion in washington because unfortunately we're not getting things done right the way it is right now. >> mr. bost you sure sound you're running for something. i'll talk to but that in a second. what do you think about the fun people are having with your rants? >> you know that's fine. if you can't laugh at yourself with different things in life then you know, what's life about? and my family knows me, my constituents know me and we have a good time with it. >> so what sets you off? is this a typical day-to-day reaction on the floor of the state legislature? >> no, not at all. >> are you putting on a show to get some attention? >> there are only about two things that really bother me, if you're going to -- when i'm working in the general assembly
and someone just violates the rules and therefore takes those rules away from my constituents and my ability to defend my constituents and work on certain pieces of legislation, that's a problem i have trouble and i make sure that everyone understands the concerns i have and if you're going to violate the constitution of illinois or the united states, i have a problem with that. that and protecting my children are probably the things that would do that. >> i feel bad for any kid who takes on one of your kids after seeing these rants on the floor of the state legislature. >> child on child it would be a little different. >> i'm just playing with you. okay, so you are running for congress for the 12th confwregsal district in illinois. . >> i am. >> congress in the house known as a disfunctional group and a group most americans are saying they want to see them working together and working together more and screaming at each other less. so how are these rants going to play in washington? >> well, let me explain this to
you. in the meetings and the one on ones that might be true but if someone comes up to me and says they want to pass a bill just to figure out what it does, i would have problems with that and i think my constituents would as well. i would express some concerns with that. as a matter of fact one of the rants i had in illinois was on just that issue. i think -- obviously i get along with everybody in illinois. we do very well together, those are two rants over 18, 19 years. >> and the rant can go viral in a minute. before i let you go i think you've had the chance to see the video. we had a little fun with you yesterday here on "new day" comparing you to another famous online sensation, grumpy cat. >> grumpy cat. >> but grumpy cat let's be serious, grumpy cat has done pretty well for herself. she has a coffee drink line and movie deal. is this the end game? >> i don't know if there would be a mike-a-mocha in the future.
>> it already sounds delicious. we'll be following your race closely. good luck with it. it will be a colorful -- >> thank you for having me on. >> state rep. mike bost great to meet you thank you. >> thank you. >> chris? >> last thing he needs is more coffee. i respect the passion as long as he believes in what he's saying. he should get out there and get after it. we'll take a break and when we come back you go to the hospital to get well. you don't want to pick up an infection. dr. sanjay gupta will tell you what to look out for the next time you go to the hospital so you come home better than you go in. a real housewife out on bail in new jersey, hear about the reality star's true dose of reality, straight ahead on "new day." mine was earned in djibouti, africa. 2004. vietnam in 1972. he
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best for her in that moment. the number one story, i love this, the remaining members of queen are hoping to release a series of duets that michael jackson and freddy mercury recorded back in 1983. don't you love it? >> freddy mercury, one of the most unique voices in rock. >> received a release from michael jackson's estate and he hopes to have these songs completed in the fall. can you dig it? >> i can. >> i thought it was funny to queen's manager after they had the first recording they had a falling out because michael jackson brought a llama to the studio. >> they make a mess. >> who doesn't. >> freddy mercury is like -- >> they're loud. >> i'm a lover of llamas. >> i have to say, i have a little baby panda bear. >> you have a baby panda. >> wildlife rules here.
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michaela? >> sin city crackdown. california troopers taking a zero tolerance policy on a dangerous interstate to las vegas where some cars definitely try to go over 100 miles per hour. from "wall street journal" a pot problem. growers are using up farmland. in the "usa today" amelia earheart is planning to re-create the flight next summer. christine romans with your business news now. another big month for your 401(k). stocks up 4% just this month. biggest gain since january and today is the last day of the month. good news for oprah, her own network finally turned a profit. that network struggled to attract viewers since 2011 launch. get ready for tax-free
shopping. 17 states offering tax breaks to help with everything from crayons to computers. a break from the rain in the southeast. yeah, well, we're talking about more rain today thanks to the winds coming right out of the gulf. look for one to two inches of rain for what has already been such a wet summer. that's not all. anywhere from the midwest stretching to the northeast. we'll watch the cold front make its way across and by thursday we're talking about rain into the northeast. as far as temperatures. below normal down to the south and so nice around the lake. look at those temperatures say in the 70s. that is the good plus side to that. >> 78 in boston. all right, indra, thanks so much. we're now at the top of the hour which means it is time for the top news. seeing red over leafy greens. prepackaged salads sickening hundreds nationwide.
does the government know more than it's telling? we get answers. tsa under fire. a report against the agency charged with keeping fliers safe. 9,000 incidents of misconduct, thefts, bribery, sleeping on the job and more. fighting back, meet the young brothers who took on a robber at their own restaurant and won. they talk to us now about that infamous chest bump. >> your "new day" continues right now. what you need to know -- what you just have to see. >> runner steals home. oh mercy. this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. it is wednesday, wednesday july 31st. >> i don't believe you. i'm chris cuomo here with news
anchor michaela pereira. we have a man hunt that started as a mad dash. leaping out of a window. how did that happen? we'll tell you. the bad news is he got away. police chased him. now a statewide search that we'll need your help with. stay with us. more than a million preventable medical errors in hospitals every year. how do you know if your hospital is safe? dr. sanjay gupta is here with what everyone needs to know. what a delight for "new day" one of the most famous and accomplished act aers in the world and let's be honest, ladies, he's not ugly. denzel washington joining us to talk this hour but his new action flick and comedy with mark wahlberg "two guns" you do not want to miss that. >> you do not. just sit on it, just sit on it. >> just having a moment. denzel. let's get to other top stories today. the danger in your refrigerator. health officials in two states say a prepackaged salad mix is the source of a stomach bug that
sickened hundreds of people in many states. similar outbreaks reported in a dozen other states. our chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta is following the new developments. you have an answer but you don't have an answer when you come to this thing it seems. >> you have enough of an answer probably to keep people safe and people probably want more information and this is going on for some time since mid-june and hundreds of people waking up this morning reporting foosympt. prepackaged salad. that's the answer to the mystery of what was causing the most recent food poisoning outbreak that has spread across the country. 400 people in 15 states reported symptoms caused by this microscopic parasite. health officials in two states tracing the source to bagged salad. >> we saw there was a common exposure to bagged lettuce. bagged salad products. >> reporter: while the specific
brand has not yet been named health officials in iowa and nebraska blamed mixed salad bags of romaine and carrots and red cabbage and the salad mix is no longer on the shelves in their states. this is not the first time bagged salad has come out of t. >> she poured out the kale and she said, there's a frog in there. we're all like, a frog? >> reporter: just this past february an e. coli scare triggered a recall on taylor farmed baby spinach. sending 21 people in three states to the hospital. now, a lot closer to an answer here, but the cdc and fda continue to look at this outbreak and other possible causes because they're still not sure if all the cases are linked to the same outbreak. they said 80% of them.
they still have more work to do. >> this is perishable food, people eat it and throw it out and out of the system before they found where it came from. >> you're asking people to remember what they had to eat a week ago. that's part of what makes these investigations hard. >> with all that in mind, what is the best advice with how to protect yourself? >> with this outbreak the bag lettuce in question is probably out of the food chain. a little bit of a sigh of relief. it comes prewashed. that saves you some work and a lot of times it does, but still wash it, hold it underneath the faucet instead of washing it in your sink. you have to think about it at both sides. dry it, as well, because the residue can stick to the lettuce or vegetables. >> you said that before about other things and that is one thing i did not know. the drying because you rub off
some of the parasite, if you will or whatever it is. that's an interesting point. >> trying to keep people safe. >> see, i do learn something from you, sanjay. thanks so much. sanjay will be back later this hour on a new report on how often patients get sick in the hospital. you want it see this. speaking of things that make you sick, congress. thinks it makes no sense to give paid vacations to employees that can't get anything done. you're paying as the lawmakers in washington get ready to leave after doing not enough for you. president obama is making a rare trip to capitol hill today to meet with lawmakers ahead of the august recess. so, little question on timing, though. but as they prepare to leave town, wait until you hear how little they have gotten done. can't say it enough. dana bash is live on capitol hill, i know it's nothing new, dana, but this time it seems to sting a little more than usual. >> right, i think it happens over and over, you start to say, huh? what's interesting the president
is coming here to capitol hill but only meeting with fellow democrats in the house and the senate, which means more of a preaugust recess prep rally than last-minute legislating. congress doesn't have the best approval rating and this certainly isn't going to help. let's start with the positive. a recent burst of bipartisanship. a deal to make sure many student loan rates don't double. a rare meeting of all senators that led to confirmation of several obama nominees. >> the senate certainly has functioned better over the last six weeks than it has inso law and house agreeing. >> the dysfunctionality is real. i don't know who the 9% are, the things that are working well. >> reporter: still unfinished, the farm bill. everything from farming to food stamps. immigration reform. it passed the senate, but the house is developing its own plans likely with no path to
citizenship for illegal immigrants. again, congress is way behind on its basic function, funding the government. which runs out of money september 30th or the government shuts down. conservatives like ted cruz says that may be necessary if they can't cut money for obama care. >> under no circumstances will i support a continuing resolution that funds even one penny of obama a care. >> reporter: some republicans oppose that tactic. >> i just think that's a very self-defeating effort. >> reporter: bob corker will spend august continuing bipartisan talks with the white house on a spending plan. >> during august recess most of us work harder than we do here. >> reporter: also looming, the debt ceiling. defaulting on loans as soon as labor days. >> put the economy back in a tailspin and not the thing we want to do in washington, d.c. >> reporter: even though lawmakers, obviously, are elected to be here on capitol hill to legislate, plenty of them say they really do a better service to their constituents
these days than being back home with them. a lot of times during august recess you have moments that affect fall legislation. kate, you remember what happened a few years ago those angry town halls regarding health care, lawmakers are bracing for immigration to be a hot topic. >> likely hear from their constituents loud and clear. great to see you, thanks so much. trouble at the airport. today the house homeland security committee will hold a hearing looking into allegations by misconduct by airport security personnel. the government accountability office look at all these things reports that misconduct cases among tsa workers rose 26% over just the last three years. renee marsh is live in washington taking a look at this report and what it means. good morning, renee. >> good morning, kate. you know that hearing is set to get under way in just about two hours from now. we all know in any organization with some 56,000 employees, you may expect some rotten eggs in
the bunch and the tsa is no different. some of the misconduct is commonplace, excessive absence or tardiness and some is down right troubling and could have a major impact on security. the list includes everything from forgery, sexual misconduct to physical fighting and using abusive language. >> there's not even a way to properly report some of the offenses, so this may just be the tip of the iceberg of some of the offenses. >> reporter: it's the agency some fliers love to hate. posting their pat downs. >> if you touch my junk, i'll have you arrested. >> reporter: now, criticism from the government, not for pat down procedures but for incidents like this. tsa screener supervisor admitted accepting bribes and kickbacks from a co-worker who stole money from passengers at checkpoint at new jersey's newark airport. at newark's jfk pleaded guilty
to stealing $40,000 from a checked bag. the report also notes in a three-year pan, more than,0 9,0 cases of tsa was conducted. and more than 1,900 incident that could hurt security like sleeping on the job and allowing family and friends to bypass security. the union representing screeners said the numbers suggest the majority of screeners are doing a great squab. >> if you look at a population of a small city 56,000 in the workforce and the numbers on an annual basis are really very small. >> reporter: congressman john mica a long-time critic of the tsa called for an audit. >> why are there so many cases and what is tsa doing about it. the report says they can't get a handle on it. that raises a lot of issues. >> reporter: the government wants tsa to make improvements on how they monitor allegations
of misconduct and how they follow up after investigating. now, we reached out to the tsa and they tell us they're already working to implement the recommendations. chris? >> renee, thank you for that. a michigan mother has been sentenced for trying to hire a hitman. michaela has that story. >> julia didn't know that the hitman she happened to be talking to was an undercover cop, the camera happened to be rolling incredibly before she was sentenced, though. her husband forgave her and even asked the judge to show her mercy. >> wholeheartedly forgive my wife for all she has done in this act of hatred. >> reporter: the act of hatred planning his murder. she was caught twice in april trying to hire a hitman to kill her husband, 27-year-old jacob. >> i'm just going to take him head on and shoot him right in
the face. >> okay. >> reporter: why did she want him shot in the face? she told an undercover detective she would rather kill her husband than break his heart by leaving him. >> it's easier than divorcing him. i didn't have to worry about the judgment from my family and breaking his heart. >> reporter: but authorities say she was motivated by money. planning to cash in on her husband's $400,000 insurance policy, $50,000 of which would go to the hitman. now, she traded her superhero sweatshirt for jailhouse blues. just before her sentencing tuesday she begged the judge for leniency saying she's already been punished. >> honestly, it could have been worse. the crime that i attempted could have been carried out and that alone, honestly, is the worst punishment should ever have to endure and i will endure it for the rest of my life every single day. >> reporter: far cry from the woman seen laughing she told an
undercover cop she wanted her husband done in the front yard. >> you don't want it in the house? >> it would be messy in the house. >> reporter: not only does he forgive his wife, but he doesn't want her to serve any jailtime. >> a wonderful person, a wonderful wife. we have two young children. i ask for a lighter sentence, if you could, please, sir. >> that is what you call a verier forgiving man. the judge sentenced her to six years but could serve 20 years behind bars. a different woman in the courtroom there than you saw on video. >> she got caught. >> disposition changes when you're looking at the judge. if this plan had gone the way she wanted to, her husband would be dead. >> those children would be without a father. >> still, but, man, you can believe, i can't understand what was going through that husband's mind in the courtroom. >> we'll have to follow that to see what sentence there is.
one of many stories we're following for today. for more news, let's go back to the source. >> let's look at headlines making news. edward snowden's father said the fbi tried to have him fly to moscow and he told "washington post" the plan broke down when age aants would not or could not guarantee the two would be able to speak. when asked how he would describe his son patriotic, he comes from a family that involves federal agents and police officers. new york mayoral candidate anthony weiner is here to stay, despite for calls for him to get out of the may oral race. he has been taking a beating since he admitted continuing sexting with woman. now he released this defiant new video. >> i know there are newspaper editors and other politicians that say, boy, i wish that guy weiner would quit. you don't know new york, quit isn't the way we roll in new york city. >> meanwhile a top aide apologizing for using very foul
language to describe a former intern who wrote an article about the campaign. a rookie, a rookie with the houston astros making quite a statement last night. astros/orioles in baltimore. jonathan villar breaks from third and steals home. promoted from the minors just over a week ago. apparently had like five steals in eight games and doing amazing things and looks like he wants to stay with the big club. follow-up story to tell you about. remember we told you yesterday. the young brothers seen fighting off a robber. caleb and zane told us it's not the first robbery, in fact, caleb's third. we asked him what exactly happened when the robber came in the back door. >> basically, the robber kept telling us that he had a gun and that he had friends out behind the store that were going to be joining him and he saw the money right away on the counter in the
register. >> got in the way and then i came up and squeaked in between them and when he started to try to get into the office a, i grab the office door and try to slam it on him and when that didn't work, i just threw the door back and grabbed him. and then we started wrestling all over in the office. we did marshal arts and we started wrestling when we were, you know, 5 and 6. so, we basically pushed him out of the back door. >> they don't really know who it is yet. >> i don't believe they have any leads to go off of right now. >> the first robbery experience i had was a year and a half ago he decided not to shoot me and took half the money and left and from that point on i decided that i would never lose another fight, again. >> the feeling of, you know, the adrenaline and testosterone of beating this robber was, i mean, amazing. >> for me, just really exciting that we just beat him and didn't get hurt or anything and he didn't take any money.
>> excitement explains and they say their internet fame hasn't changed that much in their lives, for now. cautionary tale. you don't want to be doing that. you don't know if people have guns or not. >> never the best indicators of bad judgment. >> bad mix at times. >> hopefully they find who that is. the man is still at large. >> sorry, very excited about weather today. straight to indra petersons with the weather. >> we really cannot catch a break. we had flossie and gill already and notice this is where we're looking at it, but behind it a 60% chance that even another storm could form. so, lots to be looking at, especially when i kind of put the path here of gil right over flossie. the projected path and the comparison. stronger earlier on. that's something we're going to
be monitoring. also looking at more rain in the southeast. again, so much rain this june and july and anything seven to nine inches and today will not be anticipation an exception. heavier rain into the region and also looking at that cold front quicking making its way anywhere from the midwest to the northeast and, as it does so, looking at rain pretty much by that front. good side of it, cold front means cooler temperatures. >> beautiful day. have a good day, everybody. thanks, indra. coming up on "new day" you want to see a jail break in progress. here's one. here's the bad day. that's the cop chasing him. we'll show you the picture because the cops have issued a be on the lookout for this man. we'll tell you how he got out. and a real housewife visits a real courthouse in new jersey.
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welcome back to "new day." everybody must pay attention especially if you live in hot springs, arkansas, because a manhunt under way for a very bad guy and a fast runner. derek is on the run and considered armed and dangerous and pulled off this daring jail break leaping out a window and then running away from that guard. john berman is here with more on this great escape. >> really amazing to look at. he ran away in broad daylight with officers just feet away. it was clearly a carefully orchestrated plot to escape.
and what's worse here, this inmate on the run, a history of violence and a history of making things very, very tough for law enforcement. it was this daring stunt that set off a statewide manhunt. an arkansas inmate slipping head first through a narrow opening of the booking window at the garland county detention center. he appears to be talking on the phone, but that was just phase one of his plan. as soon as deputies weren't looking he makes a break for it, dashing right out the front door with a guard in hot pursuit. now on the run, estelle is considered armed and dangerous. his rap sheets includes 26 charges including aggravated robbery, breaking and entering and burglarly and, you guessed it, fleeing. he stole a car and led police on a chase that ended up in a standoff. >> wooded area and set up a
perimeter and several hours later took him into custody. >> reporter: this time they believe he acted with two accomplices. police believe this man william harding who was visiting the jail distracted guards by asking questions just long enough for him to make his move. tamara was believed to be driving the get away car waiting outside. the man who visited the jail and distracted the guards is in custody and police are looking for the woman suspected of driving the get away car which was found abandoned just a few minutes later by police in hot springs. >> putting up that picture so people can look at the man's face and help authorities find him. another story we're watching. a real-life courtroom drama for theresa and her husband, joe. they have been hauled into court, though, indicted on federal tax fraud charges and one could face deportation, as well. you were out in new jersey covering the case.
>> i was. once they got outside the courtroom, they were very quiet. the only time when they spoke if the judge understood the charges against them. getting into the courtroom, on the other hand, that was anything but calm. it was a court arrival you might expect from real housewife stars, teressa and joe guidice. joe's mother took a swipe at a photographer's camera. inside, prosecutors read the very serious charges against the couple, a 39-count federal indictment that includes bank fraud, failure to file income taxes and bankruptcy fraud. neither joe nor teresa entered a plea, but both had to surrender their passports. also reported that joe guidice is not a u.s. but italian citizen. they may pursue immigration charges. the guidices who are free after
posting bond, are united after the hearing, holding hands and even kissing. joe's attorney said both his client and bravo were aware of the investigation while shooting the "real housewives of new jersey" and is concerned that the show's popularity could impact the trial. >> here you have the show and the fame of the individuals, which can affect the jury pool. >> do you worry about the show and footage being used against them. >> i worry about everything. we try to prevent any prejudice from seeping in. >> reporter: legal experts say attorneys have an uphill battle on their hands. >> these are the kind of allegations that are very easy to prove. they could be looking at 55 years in jail. the fines alone $250,000 for some of them, $500,000. now, yesterday was just their initial court appearance. they won't formally enter a plea until their arraignment on august 14th. just to note, neither teresa's
brother, joe, or his wife, melissa, were in court. only joe's mother and father came yesterday. >> we'll talk more about it. potentially bad situation on many levels. you know what that means, good stuff. today's edition, 11-year-old gauge. gauge loves motorcycles, he also had cancer for most of his life. between rounds of surgeries and chemo his family asked him, what do you want for your birthday? maybe a ride on a bike. gauge didn't get one motorcycle, nothing small like that. guess what he got? 80. >> gage is a little boy that just turned 11. he's fighting cancer. go for another round to fight and we all know cancer sucks and we pull together. when you ask for bikers, did you think you'd get this many?
this is yours. >> every single one of these bikers have a heart of gold. >> they're going to set you down inside. >> we have a side car right there, we're going to load him up so that he's safe and take him into town. >> brought a tear to my eye. it's amazing see how well this community pulled together to help kids like this out. i love gage with all my heart. i just want to say thank you, all. g you have made all the difference in the world to gage and me and my family. >> they brought thousands of dollars in donations and plenty of gifts making it a special birthday for a special kid. >> hard on the outside and soft on the inside. >> motorcycle clubs -- >> communities come together and they do the right thing and that's why we tell their stories. >> the good, good stuff.
>> that was fantastic. >> a day gage will always remember. that's for sure. getting sick at the hospital, even if your opaeration is complete success, that doesn't mean you're out of the woods yet. dr. sanjay gupta has a new report of surgical complications and he's talking to us about that. to the good stuff from a good guy. denzel is here. do we need to say anything else? brush your teeth, get a little coffee and grapefruit and come back. for aveeno® positively radiant face moisturizer. [ female announcer ] aveeno® with soy helps reduce the look of brown spots in 4 weeks. for healthy radiant skin. aveeno®. naturally beautiful results.
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talking. welcome back to "new day." just about 30 minutes past the hour. wednesday, july 31st. i'm chris cuomo. >> i'm kate bolduan here with michaela pereira. 1.5 million medical errors occurring in hospitals every year. so, what is a patient to do? our dr. sanjay gupta is here with a new report on it. >> one of the few stories you can describe with just one word. denzel. >> it sounded like two. >> denzel is a word. oscar winner, we know that. he is now going to hit broadway, he has a new movie, it's a comedy. that's new for him. he'll talk about all of it with us, hopefully. first, five things you must know for your "new day." >> happy day. let's start. number one. health officials in two states now believe tainted bag salad the cause of the mysterious summer bug. more than 1,400 people have been
sickened since june. found that he was guilty of 20 other charges under the espionage act. president obama preparing to make a rare visit to capitol hill this morning. he'll meet with house and senate democrats to hash out the party's strategy on the economy, health care and immigration reform. today the house homeland security committee meanwhile wile hold a hearing looking into reports of misconduct by aircraft security personnel. the list includes theft, security breaches and sleeping on the job. at number five, the senate focusing on a potential danger, energy drinks posed to kids. you know, we always update the five things to know so be sure to go to newdaycnn.com for the very latest. >> important story for every family. every one because every one at some point will end up in a hospital. a new consumer reports investigation looks how hospitals will stack up when it
comes to surgical safety. not that great. 1.5 million preventable accidents occur each year and most are post operative. dr. sanjay gupta is joining us now with these, they're pretty alarming findings, sanjay. the report seemed to try to make the point that consumers are kind of in the dark when it comes to surgical safety. what do people need to know? >> i get this question all the time. who is the best doctor for this, what is the best hospital? it's a tough question to answer, i think for people even within the medical community. that is why this is getting so much attention. one of the headlines right away is that 30% of patients have some sort of post operative problem stroke, heart attack, sometimes very significant things and a question of which hospitals are these and are there some better than others. a couple other important rules of thumb. the name of a hospital or brand name of a hospital didn't seem to make that big of a difference. even one of the mayo clinic campuses got a low rating by this particular system.
what did seem to make a difference is not how many operations the surgeon performed but the hospital itself. going back to the post-operative, the post nursing care that makes a big difference in terms of how they do. >> you operate almost every week. do you find that all hospitals seem to have the same pre and post-op safety procedures in place. >> very inconsistent. >> that's surprising. >> you see airline industries, for example. very consistent in terms of checklists and not so in hospitals and not so even within operating rooms. i want to give you a glimpse. in my own operating room an idea of how we conduct things to give you an idea of how it might work. >> two, three -- >> this is my o.r. every monday for sure and every other friday usually, as well. so, i come in here and we have our team and everyone knows each other and more than being just good friends it makes for a better and safer operations. >> we're going to do a time-out.
this is new safety protocol in hospitals. carolyn is going to make sure that everything we're about to do is the right thing and on the right patient. >> everybody, time-out. has antibiotics been given? we have four units of blood in the room here, anrism clipping, everything is here. everyone agree? some of that may seem so basic. but just the checklist making sure that everybody is on the same page. anybody in the room. >> redundancy is a good thing when you're in the operating room. >> the question at everybody wants to know. i'm facing surgery and one that that i heard that helps is patient advocacy. if you can have somebody who is an advocate for you. >> that is a big one. especially when you're hearing this information, you are at a tough spot in your life. having someone else may make a big difference. give you a couple tips.
if you can schedule an elective operation, having it earlier in the week. also, really know your own medications. a lot of times you go to the hospital and now getting new medications and were they the same ones you were taking at home? any medications, any tests, ask if it is necessary. heart attack and strokes afterwards they found using a medication as a beta blocker can help decrease the chance of heart attack and stroke after an operation. a lot of stress hormones flairing at that time, that can help. they gave some real specific things in this report. >> concerning. >> something everyone should know about. sanjay, thank you. >> why the masks, sanjay? if you have nothing to hide, why the masks? >> for years we have been dealing with this anti-sepsis theory. it seems to work. >> very convenient. >> i think the doctor is doing something right. >> as the princess bride said, men in masks cannot be trusted. >> there is a sanjay gupta
exception to that. >> to everything. my mother is already so mad at me for saying that. stay with us, more sanjay. >> sanjay is running now. >> you must say, because we have this week's human factor. chuck fox, a man living with cystic fibrosis who overcomes simply by living each day. >> every day now chuck fox is beating the odds. >> when i was born, the average live expectancy for something with cystic fibrosis was 18 years old. currently they estimate it to be 38 years old and last year i passed that threshold. >> reporter: when he was born his parents were determined to see him thrive although doctors advised he may not survive. >> i have to wear this mechanical vest every day to help keep my lungs clear and help me breathe. get hooked up to that. and it's basically like doing
physical therapy for your chest and for your lungs. >> reporter: like his parents, chuck didn't allow the skepticism he encouraged discourage his dreams of becoming a doctor himself and having a family. >> if anything, it just sort of made me want to do it more and just prove that i could do it. >> reporter: that's exactly what he did. dr. fox graduated from harvard medical school and has been a practicing gastroenterologist and they're proud parents of 11-year-old twins, sydney and ben. >> i would say i'm the luckiest person i know. >> lucky and what a story. what a fabulous story, sanjay. >> 38 years old. patients don't usually live that long, but as you heard, his parents and now him say, you know, we're not holding back here. >> what an example for families struggling with this. >> that chest physical therapy really makes a big difference for him. >> don't forget to tune in to
"sanjay gupta md" saturdays 4:30 eastern and sunday 7:30 eastern. coming up next on "new day" oscar winner denzel washington is going toe-to-toe with mark wahlberg in his latest film, but he's going to hang out here with us. you don't want to miss it. summer vacation griswold style. this car and a film is in classics. why this family wanted to own the truckster so badly. mom, dad told me that cheerios is good for your heart, is that true? says here that cheerios has whole grain oats that can help remove some cholesterol, and that's heart healthy. ♪ [ dad ] jan? vietnam in 1972.
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we are talking, of course, about mr. denzel washington. back this time to try to get a colleague to trust in his latest film, "two guns." take a look. >> pull over! did you miss me? >> on the count of three, we'll let each other go. >> one, two, three. >> now you're making me not be able to trust you. >> i know that trick. wonderful to have you here. comedy. something a little new this opportunity. >> something i've wanted to do, you know. especially coming off the movie "flight" when i read this script i was like, perfect, yeah, exactly. take a break and try something different. i felt comfortable going out there and stepping out there with mark wahlberg who has done very well in his comedic turns. >> have you worked with wahlberg before? >> no. it was great.
good guy. we had good chemistry and he's a good working guy. >> where did we get to this point that you weren't in comedies before. all the versatility and range that you wouldn't consider that. >> yeah, like when i did "training day" after that they're like, oh, he's a great bad guy and i started getting every bad cop and i guess i'll get more comedy scripts. >> you hear the question staying power in hollywood. what do you think the key is to staying power. >> it's a marathon, it's not a sprint. if they see you for free all week, they won't pay to see you on the weekend. >> that's a good line. actually perfect. >> so, you know, i don't try to, i keep a low-profile. i'm just a regular guy and i'm still trying to get better at what i do. >> interesting to me that you still think you have to work at it. >> you should, you should. you know, about three years ago i was on broadway with fences and played fences and i won tony
award. but working with those actors and working with great material it kind of gave me new energy. i have to rededicate myself and work harder at it. they called me back to broadway this spring. >> with diahann carroll. she's playing my mom. >> kate was looking up stuff from the interview, that's a role that -- >> don't put pressure on me. >> that's some serious pressure. >> that's serious pressure. james hurl jones. >> he's the voice of cnn. he announces our names every morning. >> does he? this is cnn. cnn. i have to do the face. >> we'll call you -- >> i'll be the back-up cnn guy. >> an energy about broadway we heard people talk about it before. what do you believe about that venue of live theater. >> it's live and every audience
is different and you get energy back. >> one thing, we were talking about this a lot has been what is going on in real life seems to be mimicking hollywood more and more these days. multiple scandals with politicians and seem to be ripped right out of a movie script. what do you make of all of it? >> we don't know. we're bombarded by it, but we don't know. you know, i mean, not knocking cnn. different outlets, is there enough actual news? >> and then the role of social media. how do you handle it with your kids? >> it's out of control. i don't know what to do with it. thank goodness they're grown now. like my daughter, olivia, she'll have the computer on while the tv is on and the headphones are in and she's an a student. i couldn't say anything but it's like, i don't think she could do
it without all of that stuff. >> one thing i want to talk to you about is you're a proud alumni of the boys and girls club of america. tell us why they're so important to you and what you have seen the benefit of having grown up in the system yourself. it's a great club. >> i've been the spokesperson for 20 years. i joined the club when i was 6. i was affiliated with the kid for 20 years. it was easy for me to talk about it. when they came to me, absolutely. i can tell the truth what it did for me and what it did for so many of my friends and just a great, positive place that statistics show that kids that go to the club graduate from high school at a higher rate and more successful. >> what do you want people to take away? >> a good laugh. which is what has been happening. it's very funny, good enjoyment and no cgi monsteres. if you're suffering from animation fatigue. we're an alternative programming. >> did you feel comfortable at the end of it, if it came down
to it, you could take him? >> who, mark? >> if you had to. >> always comes to prowls with you. >> i told my kids, you have to sleep some time. >> remember that, mark. >> in fact, one scene and it turned out to be real funny when we fight we were trying to figure out, how are we going to get out of this? i said, just like kids do, we just did it. we'll act like neither one of us wants to let go. you go for it, you go for it. you have two grown men. you go for it. >> denzel washington here at "new day" what could be better than that. >> i'll slide down the steps next time. >> promise? >> i'll do it if you do it. >> no, you go first. >> no, you go first. >> making our set look good. >> we'll be right back, everybody. two 2 guns" you have to see it. coming up next on "new day"
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it is a sfelpecial days zda. innovation. does this car look familiar to you? this is an exact replica of the wagon queen family truckster this is a replica. >> put up big signs like this one. yeah, folks. that film is "vacation" and what happened here is a family from georgia. a family actually named the griswo griswolds, by the way. built an exact replica of the truckster and they drove it to disney world because there is no wally world in real life. they went to disney world, instead. there they are in front of the family truckster. this actually happened, folks.
30th anniversary of "vacation" you remember from college. >> oh, yes. >> 30 years since that film came out. what can be more impressive than the family truckster? >> nothing. top it. >> what do you think this is? >> the moreo. this was an idea posted on read it and what it does, it's something we all dreamed of forever. it separates the cookie part from the oreo part and it lets you dip the cream, right? take as much as you want. >> or as little. i don't like the cream. >> that's crazy. >> it's not. >> finally, a weakness. >> just leave right now. >> you can have a quadruple stuff. >> cookie strong enough to hold the cream. >> you cannot have lesser stuff. >> you can make however much you want there.
whoever is behind this is gen s genius. they are winning an award here. they contacted nub eed nabisco didn't get back to him. what award does he win? best hope for middle east peace award. if you agree with the moreo, you can do anything. you can fix the problem in washington. >> you know how to fix the peace problem? sit them down with some moreos. >> if you like all the i can ge. you can have stuffing. everybody wins. >> nobody doesn't like all the icing. >> canadians don't like icing. >>s do in a break. be right back. [ male announcer ] if you can clear a crowd but not your nasal congestion,
boy, we suffered through our first awkward moment with the revelation about the creamless existence. we'll have to fix that for you. >> if someone had not seen the previous segment, that would have been strange. >> carol costello, take it away. i'm not even going to tell you. >> i already am feeling weird. i'm having an awkward moment myself. you have a great day. thank you so much. >> thanks, carol. "newsroom" starts now. happening now in "newsroom" fighting forgery and the f-word. oh, the tsa and their bad behavior from stealing out of your bags to sleeping on the job. >> why are there so many cases and then what is tsa doing