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thanks for watching us here on "new day." we hope you have a great day and a great way to continue it right now is with ms. carol costello. take it away my friend. >> i certainly will. have a great day. thank you so much. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com happening now in "the newsroom," terror on the track. >> confetti, pelting all of us, pieces of it were all around of us. i was literally, literally thinking that my life is over. >> pieces of dario franchitti's car rain all over them. also shutdown showdown, day seven. >> my goal here is not to have the united states default on
their debt and the president is risking default by not having the conversation with us. >> investors now edgy as the "d" word gets thrown around. plus vegas, baby? no ticket? no problem for a 9-year-old who sneaked on board a delta flight to sin city. >> i cannot understand the delta gate agent. and -- miley cyrus, "snl." >> oh, my god. >> shut it town. >> wow. ♪ i came in like the wrecking ball ♪ >> you're live in the "the newsroom." ♪ all things miley in a moment but first good morning to you, i'm carol costello, thank you so much for being with me. the clock is ticking. six plus days of the partial government shutdown and one day closer to the brink of an even bigger economic disaster, the deadline to raise the nation's debt ceiling is now just ten days away, but with the clock
ticking and anxiety building the white house and house republicans can't even agree on whether they should talk. >> the american people expect in washington when we have a crisis like this, that the leader also sit down and have a conversation. i told my members the other day there may be a back room somewhere, but there's nobody in it. we're interested in having a conversation about how we open the government and how we begin to pay our bills, but it begins with a simple conversation. >> even some of your own members are saying this is not your strategy. one of your colleagues, republican congressman devin nunez of california was asked what is the house strategy right now? he said listen, you really have to call senator ted cruz. i'm not joke being that. he set up the strategy." even one of your own colleagues said it's the strategy of senator cruz and other house -- >> i thought the fight would be
over the debt ceiling but my members decided let's do it now and the fact is this fight was going to come one way or the other, we're in the fight, we don't want to shut the government down, we've passed bills to pay the troops, we've passed bills to make sure the federal employees know that they're going to be paid throughout this. we've passed other bills. >> they're saying it's a risk because of your refusal to pass a clean debt limit there have been -- >> we are not going to pass a clean debt limit increase. i told the president there's no way we're going to pass one. the votes are not in the house to pass a clean debt limit and the president is risking default by not having the conversation with us. >> president obama says he will talk only after the shutdown is lifted, in a tweet aimed at boehner the president says, "there are enough votes in the house to end the shutdown. #justvote." brianna keilar is at the white house this morning. good morning, brianna. i don't know what to ask you anymore. >> reporter: it was almost like you didn't want to say good morning to me.
i sort of noticed that in your voice there, carol. there's no progress here. there are no discussions. that really is the truth here, and now what we're seeing is the effects of this partial shutdown currently unway are starting to pale in comparison to the projected effects of a default. ten days away from a possible economic disaster, the white house and house republicans are as far apart as they've been. >> we are not going to pass a clean debt limit increase. >> reporter: house republicans continue to demand concessions as president obama still refuses to negotiate on the nation's borrowing limit. the united states is set to default on october 1th, if congress doesn't raise the debt ceiling. >> i'm telling you that on the 17th we run out of our ability to borrow and congress is playing with fire. >> reporter: in a rare sunday show interview, house speaker john boehner backed away from defunding or delaying obama care as an add-on to increasing the debt ceiling or funding the government, instead he wants
entitlement reform. >> my goal here is to have a serious conversation about those things that are driving the deficit and driving the debt up. >> reporter: as the government remains partially shut down for a seventh day, the white house wants a vote to fund the government, no strings attached, again, rebuffed by republicans. >> there are not the votes in the house to pass a clean cr. >> reporter: but president obama bolstered by many objective observers questioned that assertion in an interview with the associated press, saying, "we know that there are enough members in the house of representatives, democrats and republicans, who are prepared to vote to reopen the government today. the only thing that is keeping that from happening is speaker boehner has made a decision that is he going to hold out to see if can he get additional concessions from us." the stalemate in washington becoming good fodder for late night, "saturday night live" featured miley cyrus as michee e
bachmann celebrating with speaker boehner in this risque parody. >> the president's tack that we are not negotiating tact may make him look somewhat intransigent which of course carol he accuses republicans of being often, so it's no coincidence in the 12-minute interview which you played quite a bit of, house speaker john boehner used the word "conversation" i think 21 times was what we counted. the strategy behind that for the president is that i think the white house thinks if they can sort of run out the clock, it is speaker boehner who has the divisions in his conference and ultimately that will work in the favor of the president. >> well, i guess we have no choice. we'll have to sit by and see what happens. brianna keilar, live at the white house this morning. with the mood on daptal hill so toxic and talk of a compromise so readily dismissed i wanted to tell you about one rare example of bipartisanship agreement. over the weekend, lawmakers in
the house voted 407-0 to promise furloughed federal workers they will eventually be paid for the time they're kept off the job. the white house has said it supports the back pay for 800,000 employees. the bill now goes to the democratically controlled senate. the stalemate over the partial government shutdown and the approaching deadline over the debt limit is rumbling far outside the belt way. today on wall street investors are rattled and markets poised for a big hit. alison kosik is in new york. tell us about it, alison? >> wall street carol starting to sweat, looks like the dow will open in the triple digits, lower when the opening bell rings in 20 minutes. wall street thought that this shutdown would be over long before, now it's dragging on longer than everybody expected so it's interesting to see what the reaction has been the day after the shutdown the market was higher, now you're seeing reality setting in as we get into week number two. we have boehner ending the shutdown to negotiations over
the bigger worry the debt ceiling and you know what, investors aren't too sweet on his idea, because the debt ceiling issue is a bigger deal than the shutdown, because if the u.s. can't pay its bills, that could cause interest rates to skyrocket, the market could tank. new york senator chuck schumer just on "new day" with chris cuomo says the markets will not react very well even before the actual debt ceiling date. listen. >> if the markets think we haven't solved this problem on a given day and the market's are mystical in a certain way, if those government securities start being undervalued the thing could collapse before we reach the debt ceiling so if they think we're at an impasse it makes it worse. answer here. do a clean debt ceiling. it's too dangerous not to. >> what you're seeing is investors react early today, carol. they are hitting the sell button even before the opening bell rings so fasten your seat belts and get ready. >> we'll check back with you at 9:30 eastern time.
alison kosik thanks so much. it is a big, big win, 15 years on the run, a $5 million bounty on his head and this morning one of the world's most wanted terrorists is in u.s. custody. his name is abu anas al libi. u.s. forces captured him in libya, a suspected al qaeda operative accused of taking part in the 1998 bombings in tanzania and kenya. 221 people died. he's being held on a u.s. navy ship and will be interrogated before being sent to new york city for his alleged crimes. senior international correspondent nic robertson has more for you now. good morning, nic. >> reporter: good morning, carol. by the account of his wife, who witnessed his takedown, it was a clean sweep, a fast sweep. he was on his way back from morning prayers saturday about 6:00, 6:30 a.m. in the morning. in his car n his vehicle, pulls up on the side of the road, ten men rush in, before can reach his pistol in the glove box of his vehicle, he is pulled out of
the car, overpowered, taken away in three vehicles. all taking place in less than a minute. how valuable is he? alleged to have played a role in the 1998 attack on the u.s. embassies in kenya and tanzania. what does he know about al qaeda in north africa since the overthrow of gadhafi in libya, the former dictator there, the country has been awash with jihadists, al qaeda has been trying to establish camps there. does he have information about that? clearly that will be on those list of questions that he'll be facing right now, carol. >> and i know he's being questioned on u.s. navy ship right now. i would assume the questions are being asked by who, like the cia? and then he'll be sent to new york for civilian trial? is that how it will work? >> that's how we understand that it's going to work. it's a high valued detention team that will be questioning him so they have a lot of
expertise in this area, but this is a man who has probably a lot to say, has been on the run for 15 years. it's a big deal, 15 years on the run, a $5 million bounty on his head. abu anas al libi captured in less than a minute. the former senior al qaeda operative picked up in a dawn raid by u.s. authorities in his innative libya. believed to be a mastermind of the al qaeda attacks on the u.s. embassies in kenya and tanzania in august 1998, he is accused of conspiracy to kill u.s. nationals, murder, destruction of american buildings, and government, destruction of national defense utilities at the united states. according to al libi's wife, who saw the takedown outside their house in the libyan capital tripoli he was on his way back from prayers early saturday morning when ten men rushed his
car and before he could snatch his pistol from the glove box he was overpowered. it was all over in seconds, driven away in three cars. u.s. officials describe it as a lawful arrest, under the terms of war. >> the united states of america will never stop its effort to hold those accountable who conduct acts of terror in those numbers of al qaeda, known terrorists literally can run but you can't hide. >> are it may not be so simple. the libyan government is demanding answers, calling al libi's capture a kidnapping. questions also about al libi's current al qaeda credentials, believed by this former colleague to be retired from terrorism. >> i don't think in libya he's a valuable source of information, because until now i still believe he was a very low from file. >> reporter: benotman a former
jihadist says al libi returned to tripoli two years ago living in plain sight of the weak libyan authorities, at a time when al qaeda was setting up training camps, ramping up operations in the aftermath of the overthrow of libyan dictator moammar da gaffie. according to benoman there are no known tibz between al libi and the attack on the consulate of benghazi that killed ambassador chris stephens. warning for al qaeda, the u.s. now on the offensive in libya. >> it goes against they're trying to convince muslims america's soft, americans they don't go to war, americans are cowards. that's exactly what they teach them the last 20 years. >> the question now is al qaeda going to try to hit back in some way?
they're looking out to see if they're targeted themselves. some social media messages allegedly coming from the organization or those affiliated with it seem to indicate they do want to take some kind of action because of his capture. carol? >> nic robertson reporting live this morning. a horrifying crash at the grand prix in houston sends a driver to the hospital and yours 13 fans. watch this. oh, that was dario franchitti's car. he suffered a concussion and fractured spine and ankle. his car was bumped and that's how it went into the protective fencing. shards of debris flew into the stands. mark boyle with kprs joins us live from the track. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. >> so tell us -- >> reporter: dar yeo franchitti is still in the hospital recovering after a severe injuries here at the track in
houston. it all happened yesterday in the very final stretches of this race. witnesses say franchitti was coming in the final lap. he somehow lost control and hit another car. that caused his car to go airborne, crashing into a fence here, when that happened, debris went in all directions, part of the fence actually crushed a woman we're told. she suffered severe injuries. some of the other debris went in other areas of the bleachers here, a 16-year-old passed out, we're told, because of what hit him. franchitti as you mentioned suffered a concussion, spine and nkle injuries, he was rushed to memorial hospital in houston. he was there overnight. he did not have to go through any surgery, that is the good news. he was talking and alert. when he went into the surgery we were told but a frightening situation for a lot of fans in houston, all of this was caught on camera yesterday. back to you. >> i just wanted to ask you one more question if you don't mind. when the fans that were injured, did they put up protective barriers? it was lucky no one was more
seriously kurt fan wise i'm talking about. >> absolutely. there's the fencing right there mind me. you can see it. these fences have steel cables that run through them. all of the fences are hooked into each other making it one large piece, but a lot of folks say maybe this is all something that should be under review as going down into the future, we've always reported on these crashes at different races over the past several years. lot of fans close up there but the fences are in place to protect people but clearly from the video you can see the debris goes in all directions. >> really frightening. thanks so much, mark boyle from affiliate kprc this morning. still to come in "the newsroom" a 9-year-old boy sneaks onto a plane without a ticket and manages to fly to las vegas. george howell is in minneapolis this morning. >> reporter: carol, he gets past security. how did he do that? it's got a lot of people scratching their heads out here. we'll break down all the details for you, walk you through it,
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plane is still steaming over this one. 9-year-old boy gets through airport security without a ticket or parents with tickets or i.d.s. he sailed through security and managed to get on a plane and fly to the land of what happens in veigh dpas stays in vegas. george howell is at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport to tell us how this happened. good morning. >> reporter: carol that's the question. how did it happen? you know the routine out here you get to the airport, take off your belt, take your shoes off, show your i.d. it's what you have to do out here and there are three different levels of security that prove to be nothing to a 9-year-old boy, ka are ol, who seem carol who seemed to outsmart the system. this is where it all started, a 9-year-old boy walked off a light rail car thursday and into the minneapolis airport with plans to travel, but no ticket. he passed through the security checkpoint of tsa screening no problem. then he continued on to the g
concourse specifically here at gate g4 but it's still unclear exactly how he got past the ticket agent who was selecting tickets here. what we do know is this minor did board flight 1651, and traveled some 1,300 miles to las vegas. officials say it wasn't until the flight crew became suspicious because he was traveling alone and contacted las vegas metropolitan police who took the child into custody upon landing. >> i think they should take him to the tables and let him play a little because his luck was doing well, once he got to vegas. >> reporter: terry tripler says the whole thing highlights big gaps in security especially when it comes to children. >> if the 9-year-old children does not need identification, i can understand standing behind a family or the family is checking in and they're not aware that he's standing mind th ining beh
understand that. i cannot understand the delta gate agents, the problem happens there. >> reporter: while no one would talk on camera we did get a lot of statements. first from the tsa, essentially saying they did their jobs. "the child was screened along with all other passengers to ensure that he was no the a threat to the aircraft." and then delta. "delta is taking this incident very seriously and working with authorities in the investigation. due to the fact that it involves a minor, we are not commenting further at this time." for the traveling public, who know the rigorous routines of airport screening -- >> we have to go through taking our shoes, put them on the belt and go through the thing. >> reporter: it's a mystery how a child could have slipped through the cracks. >> i'm quite surprised he got through security and all the things we as adults have to go through. >> reporter: carol, a lot of questions and some brazen actions, brazen actions by this 9-year-old boy, but you know to
add a little insult to injury, airport officials confirmed that through surveillance video, they saw that the child was here the day before he traveled. he apparently went to a baggage carousel, picked up luggage, took the luggage up to a restaurant, got food, dined and dashed, left the luggage there, only to return the next day and travel more than 1,000 miles. >> where are his parents? >> reporter: that's the question, where are his parents? where is he? his name not being released clearly because he's a minor. agencies are not saying his name, of course, and it's still unclear, carol, whether he is still in nevada or if he's been transferred back here to minneapolis but a lot of people are trying to get to the bottom of what happened here and certainly trying to figure out where he is right now. >> george howell i'm sure you'll remain on the story to answer those questions. thanks so much. >> reporter: i'll do it. >> thanks, george. still to come a motorcycle rider accused of attacking an suv driver uses his middle
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it has been a week since the violent confrontation between an suv driver and bikers. we're still talking about it. new york police are looking for two people they still want to question after charging two more bikers. oh but the story doesn't end with that this morning. cnn's margaret conley is in new york to tell us more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, carol. investigators are trying to piece together who should be held accountable for the violence and as more bikers come forward and speak out, they tell their side of the story. reginald chance seen here pounding his helmet on an suv car window made his first appearance in court sunday, defiant as he flipped off reporters in court, faces charges including gang assault and assault in the first-degree and criminal possession of a weapon. his attorney says the charges are too severe. he says his client wasn't even
there when alexian lien was pulled out of his car and beaten. >> my client obviously overreacted in smashing the window. beyond that he was not a participant in any assault on that victim. >> reporter: another biker, robert simms, seen here trying to open the door to the suv as it drove away appeared in court on saturday and faces some of the same charges. and we're now hearing the story of this biker, christopher cruz, who appears to be slowing down in front of the suv when he was struck, allegedly triggering the mayhem. he defended himself to abc news yesterday. >> i think the media is being unfair with me. >> how so? >> because they don't know who i am. they don't know what actually happened. >> what should we know about you? >> i'm a family man of two kids. i have a 2-year-old and a 6-year-old. i try stay away from trouble as much as possible. >> reporter: and his attorney weighed in as well. he told cnn cruz wasn't slowing down, saying, "there was no
intention on christopher's part to slow this three and a half ton vehicle with his motorcyc motorcycle." he said cruz was injured by the suv driver when he suddenly pulled away, edwin meises was injured. these two people they believe were present at the assault in an effort to further piece together this puzzle that's far from complete. another layer is that there was an off duty police officer who also works undercover on the scene and there are questions, carol, about why he didn't report what he saw that assault until four days later. the two bikers that were charged over the weekend will be back in the courts at the end of this week. >> so the case goes on and on. you know, a lot of people have questions about this undercover officer, why wouldn't he come forward? >> we're hearing from sources that perhaps he didn't want to blow his cover so we're waiting for all of the details to come out but we know internal
affairs, they are looking into that. >> all right, margaret, thanks so much. still to come in "the newsroom," federal officials pledge to get obama care up and running after a series of glitches. have they done enough to fix the problem? we'll talk to one young woman who has tried to get insurance through the exchanges. we'll see if she was successful after oh a week of trying. we'll be right back. farmers presents: fifteen seconds of smart.
good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me. the bell just rang on wall street but investors are tired of the slugfest in washington. you see it down we're already down what, almost 145 points. the markets just opened. let's head to new york and alison kosik to talk more about this. good morning, alison. >> good morning. you're seeing investors sweat it out after not seeing a huge reaction last week when the shutdown happened. the worries over washington,
wall street's wondering if washington can really get it together, those worries expected to dominate wall street today. yes it's week two, the dysfunction has dragged on a lot longer than wall street ever expected, and we're seeing the sweat really forming on investors' brows because we're about a week and a half away from the debt ceiling. wall street you wonder, is washington listening? i don't think so. >> alison kosik, thanks so much. website delays and glitches hinder the rollout of obama care. the white house is hoping the experience for millions of americans will be a bit more user friendly, a key feature of healthcare.gov was taken down for maintenance over the weekend. officials say the fix would help more people access the site at the same time.
my text guest says people had problems signing up last week but finally able to sign up by phone, terry o'neal. you bent down and hurt your back and you can barely walk? is that true? >> yes. yes. i did. it was something very simple. i bend over and got up too fast and it happens sometimes. >> i know that you were able to sign up but you don't have health insurance yet. are you going to go to the doctor? a week or two, i'll plan on going to the doctor. zblirms experience. you tried last week to get on healthcare.gov. you spent three hours trying and so when did you manage to get a hold of a live person over the phone who could help you?
>> after about an hour wait i was able to get a hold of someone over the phone and they had complications because they had technical issues with the system, as we mentioned previously but she was able to take my application over the phone and unfortunately due to the overwhelming response and the millions of people that were trying to sign up and the glichds in the system they were unable to sign people up that day. >> just to make people understand you are in california and not able to sign up online but a woman over the phone filled out an application physically for you? >> correct, yes. um-hum. >> that wasn't exactly the way it was supposed to work, right? >> no, not exactly, but you know, again with the flichz in the system that were unforeseen unfortunately that's what happened and it carried on into the next day so they had a
backlog from the first day so it's just, you know, it carried on to the next day, and backlog entering everyone in the system. >> at what point do you think you'll know when you qualify? >> i was told about two weeks, maybe sooner, but approximately two weeks. >> hopefully your back will be better in that time. terry o'neal, thank you for the update. we appreciate it. >> thanks. we wondered about this, we wondered if this is a problem of just too many people overwhelming the obama care site or something bigger than that. "the wall street journal" reporting federal officials admit that design changes are needed to make the site run more smoothly. the high profile misstep catching the eye of tech experts, millions of uninsured and even the people at "saturday night live." >> loser, the obama care website which had technical issues all week because of too much web
traffic. you can't campaign on the fact that millions don't have health care and then be surprised that physicals don't have health care. how could you not be ready? that's thalike 1-800-flowers be caught off by valentine's day. >> joining me is gary lauer, ceo of ehealth, one of the biggest online health insurance brokers. welcome back. >> good morning. >> so gary, perhaps "snl" has a point. surely the federal government knew about the 40 million uninsured in this country. is it simply a case that it wasn't prepared own though is knew that millions would try the sign out? >> it's a good question. i wish i knew the answer but it's a big task carol, there's actually 48 million uninsured. doing that by hand is not the way to do this. these online sites have to work. much like going to amazon.com or
ebay telling them you need to come back because they can't deal with you. i'm sure the government sites will work at some point hopefully soon. the question is once they're working, how effective are they? >> exactly, because "the wall street journal" is reporting the website is troubled by not just the overwhelming number of people but coding problems and flawness in the architecture in the system. is it possible to fix such problems in a short period of time? >> sure, this has all been done before, my company has done it for 15 years. this is government going into the world of e-commerce, and if you look at the failure and the success rate of e-commerce businesses it's not a good ratio. this is very complex stuff. i've been in the support ofby ma care right from the beginning but i have argued right from the beginning as well that this really needs to be a marriage of the best of the private and public sector to get these people covered. we operate in all 50 states with
the federal government 36 states operating exchanges we're helping subsidy eligible individuals. that's a good thing. california where the previous guest terry had issues is a state right now they're still trying to do it on their own. they have not yet agreed to use someone like to us help them out reach subsidy eligible individuals which is a big part of the uninsured and just it's so puzzling to me is why these government people continue to want to try to do this on their own when there's a lot of great help available to them really at no charge. >> and just to be clear, though, it would be a profitable thing for you if the government would sign on and use private companies like yours? >> very much so. we're a profit-making company but that's how we fund and run it and that's how we hire people. i frankly think that's a good thing and i think a little competition for these exchanges is only going to make them better. think if we only had the postal service and there was no way to send a package, if fedex, ups or dhl didn't exist.
getting all these people enrolled is going to take i think the very best of the public and private sector and the exchanges are going to have to stabilize and be effective because consumers will vote with their feet. hopefully they'll work but we need a lot of ways for people to get into this pool of being insured. >> gary lauer, thanks for your insight this morning. we appreciate it. >> thanks, carol. still to come in "the newsroom," ever since this it seems she keeps giving us something to talk about. did you see miley cyrus on "saturday night live"? if you haven't you have to see it now. we'll be back to show you the miley cyrus singing, dancing and making fun of our government. ♪
and of course miley cyrus. leave it to "saturday night live" to bring both together that to generate buzz. here's the popster mocking the shutdown to the tune of her hit song "we can't stop." i thought it was funny and then i was sort of repulsed, i laughed again and i was repulsed. a.j. hammer joins me from new york to tell us why i might have that reaction. good morning. >> well, i don't think you're alone. lot of people seemed to like miley over the weekend. good morning to you. if you were expecting miley to be twerking her way through "saturday night live" on saturday you probably were probably southerly disappointed. she told the world now that white people are twerking, it's kind of lame. as we expected she also took the opportunity o opportunity to have fun with the vmas. they did a skit where that performance was blamed for the end of the world. let's take a look at that.
>> tell me again, who was it that brought about the destruction of america? >> well, most folks say it was the government shutdown. others blame obama care. but i remember the exact day america ended. it was the 2013 video music awards. i remember it like it was yesterday. >> you're on in five minutes. do you need more time to warm up? >> no, i think this performance is going to be less about the singing. >> i knew if the world ever comes to an end, carol, that was going to be the reason, but the most controversial skit of the night was probably the one you mentioned miley getting political, performing as michele bachmann. however she did also do a skit at hillary clinton so kept her appearance bipartisan. all the hype around her appearance is definitely paying off. the general reaction, miley was
funny. the ratings really great, the show beating out the season premiere with tina fey and great news for miley whose album is out tomorrow and guess what, carol, the album is really, really good. >> just looking at this, that was actually the video where miley cyrus and tehran kiln made fun of john boehner and michele bachma bachmann. we wanted to play it full for people but it's so foul in some parts we can't play it on air. >> saturday night at midnight works better. >> go joan line. it's funny but you'll be repulsed. nice to see you again. all new in the next hour, illegal drugs guns and hit men available with a simple click of the mouse. >> i hear you say hey, i want to buy 250 milligrams of this and put buy now thing, and like any other place you're buying
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as we told you, the market is opened just a few minutes ago. at last check, the dow was done about 140 points. >> reporter: it's looking a little better. you're sighing stocks bounce off their lows. this is wall street giving washington a little bit of a nudge, saying listen up. this is just a taste of what can happen if you don't get your act together. what wall street is really focusing on is the debt ceiling issue. it's a bigger deal. and that's coming in about a week and a half. what's worrying investors at this point is that the weekend came and went, no teal happened in congress. and what's even worse as far as investigators see it is boehner floating this idea to tie the shutdown discussions to the debt ceiling discussions. since there's little movement on the shutdown, that is worrying the investors. >> alison kosik reporting live from new york for us this
morning. we're just learning new details on the failed raid over the weekend with s.e.a.l. team six in somalia. barbara starr is at the pentagon to explain more. >> cnn just learned that the navy s.e.a.l. team six mission, their mission was to capture alive the man they were looking for, a man name who is a seep yor al shabaab leader. they were going into the town to try to capture him alive. they ran into heavy opposition, the firefight that we've been reporting on. and that is when they made the decision that they could not take him alive and decided to withdraw. we were told the seals returned to the beach and then returned to their ship. this is the first time we are hearing that they were to
capture this al shabaab leader alive and that explains an awful lot. why use s.e.a.l. team six and why do such a risky operation. it's why they did not not send a drone over and fire a missile. they weren't out to kill, they were out to capture. >> and al shabaab was responsible for the attack on the mall in kenya. why was the united states involved in this. >> exactly right. they claimed responsibility for the attack on the shopping mall no two weeks ago. but this man, according to u.s. intelligence has -- this is still, though, we must be candid. this is still a bit of a fuzzy picture right now as to exactly why they were willing to risk so much to capture this man alive.
they wanted to clearly find out what intelligence he had, what he knew about other al shabaab operatives and what the group might be up to next. al shabaab is africa is a rising al qaeda al qaeda affiliate. >> reporting live from the pentagon. still to come in the news room, let's talk a little sports. the broncos and the cowboys. did you see that game? we'll talk about that next. hello? hey, i notice your car is not in the driveway. yeah. it's in the shop. it's going to cost me an arm and a leg. that's hilarious. sorry. you shoulda taken it to midas. get some of that midas touch. they tell you what stuff needs fixing, and what stuff can wait. next time i'm going to midas. high-five! arg! i did not see that coming. trust the midas touch. for brakes, tires, oil, everything.
a horrifying wreck at an indycar race left several fanned initialled. they sent three of them to the hospital. >> you think, the fans are okay, the spectators and the driver is okay. dario franchitti to think he's going to walk away with minor concussions. to think when you see his video that he's going to be okay is a testament to the safety of these vehicles. as he's going around the corner, he basically runs into the back of two slower cars. that catapults his car into the air and that protective fencing that separates the fans from the track. you see the debris fly into the
stabbed and towards the spectators. as you said, 13 people in all were injured. three were taken to the hospital but all are doing well and in good condition today. there teams to be no spoping the denver broncos and peyton manning. the dallas cowboys plays their best games in years. romo made one mistake. he through for over 500 yards, five touchdowns. but that interception set up their game-winning field goal. the denver broncos are 5-1. they won 51-48. now, they're 28 point favors against vax vil. the unbelievable continues to be unbelievab unbelievable. >> go peyton manning. next hour "cnn newsroom," after a break. but there are a lot of people that do ride the bus.
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we're interested in having a conversation about how we open the government. but it begins with a simple conversation. and the president is risking default by not having the conversation with us. the nation's credit is at risk because of the administration's refusal to sit down and have a conversation. >> a simple conversation. that's all it will take. let's go to the white house. >> reporter: if you ask the white house, they will say they're open to having a conversation, but they don't want to do it under the threat of a default, they don't want to do it under the threat of a government shutdown. there's a lot of he said, he said going on. but they're maybe as far apart as they've ever been. there are no discussions that we can tell. and the effects of this partial shutdown that we're in, kind of starting to pale very much in comparison to the projected events of a default.
we had heard that behind closed doors speaker boehner had told his conference that there was not going to be a default. he may have to rely or would rely on democratic votes if needed. some people took that to mean if in the 11th hour he would put what's called a clean bill. but this weekend, yesterday, he sort of poured cold water on that idea. take a listen. >> we are not going to pass a clean debt limit increase. i told the president, there's no way we're going to pass one. the votes are not in the house to pass a clean debt limit. inge the president is risking default by not having a conversation with us. >> reporter: now he also said that there are not the votes for a clean bill to re-establish government funding, to end shutdown. white house officials are
responding to that saying the speaker is lying or his members are. and president obama obama weighed in. we can vote today and we know there are enough in the house, democrats and republicans, who are repaired to the open the government today. the only thing is not going to make that happen is speaker boehner has made a decision that he is going to hold out to see if he can get additional concessions from us. >> and it goes on. the government's amber alert usually shows the faces of missing children, but this morning it's blank. the site reads due to the lapse of federal funding, this website is unavailable. they said if an amber alert needs to be i should during the shutdown, it will reach out to the media. we're learning new details on the failed raid this weekend with s.e.a.l. team six in
somalia. >> good morning. cnn has learned that the navy s.e.a.l.s. went into the town in southern somalia because they had the mission to capture their suspected terrorist alive. this is beginning to explain a lot about why s.e.a.l. team six was put in such jeopardy to go into this town in southern somalia, which was a known al shabaab strong hold. that being, of course, the al qaeda linked group in somalia. they had the mission to try to capture him alive. but when they got to the town, we know now they came under heavy fire, there was an intense firefight, and the navy s.e.a.l. commander on the ground made the determination that they were not going to be able to capture him alive and that's when they decided to withdraw. they returned to the beach, counting those and making sure they had everybody, and going back to the ship. where do we stand, what is up
clear, is whether he was killed in the firefight that erupted. whether they ever had eyes on him, if you will, whether they absolutely determined that he was there that night even though that's what the intelligence said and what the exact status of it was. was it a failed raid? well, the navy s.e.a.l.s. were very greatest that everybody got out safely. they didn't get their target, but now they are assessing what exactly happened, the level of opposition that they came under. and regrouping. we don't know if they're going to try again. >> checking other top stories at 7 minutes past the hour. a lawyer for a biker captured on video smashing the suv's windows says his client overreacted. he says the biker did not beat the driver. new york police are looking for two other people so they can
question them. voters in newtown, connecticut, have overwhelming voted to accept state dpran money to replace the sand hook elementary school. since the massacre, sandy hook students have been attending class in a neighboring town. one race fan at the grand prix of houston said he thought he was going to die. he was taking this video when dario franchitti's car got bumped on the last lapse. watch. franchitti was rushed to the hospital. 13 fans were hurt by flying debris. joe carter is here with more. how is he? >> he's okay. again, here we are in a situation where we're seeing an indycar essentially know up into a million pieces and the driver is going to be am okay. he has a concussion and a broken
ankle and two fractured vertebrae. you see in the video, the car coming around the corner. he actually runs into the back of two different cars that already hit each other. so that catapults his car up into the air and into that catch fence. these indycars are designed on impact like that to basically break into a bunch of pieces. they absorb the shock so the shock doesn't hit the driver. that way the pieces come apart from the car and that helps -- >> let me ask you this. still the debris is flying every where and it hurt 13 people in the stands. i know that the race organizers try to protect the fans. but perhaps they should rethink having these races in the middle of cities. >> yeah. this is a traveling race. unlike the nascar where the track stayed all year round and they can continue to engineer and improve the track barriers, these are traveling shows, if you will. i don't want to look so much on the fact that people are in
danger because the catch fence and it did their job. they really did. if you look at the impact of the car here, people could have been killed but they weren't because of fact of the engineering of the fence and the barriers kept most of the debris inside. i know there was some that went over the fence and that's what injured -- three spectators had to be taken to the hospital but all are okay. and that again a testament to the engineering of the fences. >> and anyone who has ever taken off their shoes and suffered through a pat-down to board a plane is steaming over this one. a 9-year-old boy abled to sail through security and manage to get on a plane and flies to vegas. we're at the airport where this all began. >> you know the drill, if you
fly there from hearts field, jackson, or if i fly from o'hare, it is a routine rigorous system. you go through a process where you raise your arms and take off your i.d. and your belt and shoes. it's what you have to do. in fact, there are three different levels of security that proved to be nothing to a 9-year-old boy who seemed to outsmart the system. this is where it all started. a 9-year-old boy walked off a light rail car thursday and into the minneapolis airport with plans to travel, but no ticket. he passed through the security checkpoint at the tsa screening. no problem. then he continued on to the g concourse, specifically here at gate g-4. but it's still unclear exactly how he got the ticket agent who was collecting fixes here. what we do know is this minor did board flight 1651 and
tramped some 1300 miles to las vegas. it wasn't until the flight crew became suspicious because he was traveling alone and contacted the police. >> i think they should have taken him to the tables and let him play a little, his luck was doing well. >> reporter: air transportation expert says the whole thing highlights big dpaped in security. >> the 9-year-old child does not need identification. i can understand standing behind a family or whatever and they're not aware that he's standing behind hem. i can understand that. i cannot understand the delta gate agents. this is where i put the major problem. it happened there. >> reporter: while no one would talk on camera, we did get a lot of statements. first from the tsa essentially saying that they did their jobs. the quote, the child was screened along with all other passengers to ensure that he was
not a threat to the aircraft. and then delta, quote, delta is taking this incident very seriously and working with authorities in the investigation. due to the fact that it involves a minor, we are not commenting further at this time. for the traveling public who know the rigorous routine of airport screening -- >> and we have to go through taking our shoes and go through the belt, go through the thing. >> dash darn it's a mystery how a child could have slipped through the cracks. >> i'm surprised he got through security. >> reporter: so days afternoon this happened, there are new questions. and this one, did the -year-old come here at the airport to scope out the system before he traveled? cnn can now confirm that the child was caught on surveillance video on wednesday, the day before he took that flight to vegas. and they saw him go to a baggage care sol, took baggage, he went
to a restaurant, dined and dashed, and he returned the next day and made the trip to vegas. >> and we still don't know who he is or where his parents are or was he trying to run away? do we even know that? >> and certainly, given that he did, in fact, run away, he did get to the airport, not once but twice, that's certainly a question that investigators will be looking into. it's unclear whether he is still in las vegas or if he has been transferred back here to minneapolis. and given that he's a minor, you can expect that agencies will not release his name. it's hard to track him down to figure out where he is. and of course also hard to find out where his parents are. >> thank you. still to come in the newsroom, how do you fix a broken government? more than six days into a partial government shutdown, we're ten days away from the
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since washington first lunched into a partial shutdown last week, we've had a crew on the road sarming the set meant of the americans who live far outside the corridors much power. and today's cnn's ted row lens is in gary, indiana. >> reporter: good morning. a lot of problems here, more so than pretty much every other city in this country. so people here don't have a lot of patience for what is going on in washington. they're disgusted that our so-called leaders have got enthem into this mess. here a sampling of what we've heard so far in gary. what member would you send to washington? >> that they need to work for us and listen to us. both parties have to work together and quit blaming each
other. >> reporter: what word would you use to describe what's going on in washington? >> disconnect. total disconnect from -- from constituents. >> i think it's all [ bleep ]. power struggles. money struggles. ridiculous. >> feel what the people feel. you know, put yourself in our shoes. especially low-class, you know, middleclass. you know, put yourself in our shoes. >> reporter: what word would you use to describe what's happening in washington? >> hideous. hideous. >> reporter: hideous. that's a new one. we've heard disgusting, embarrassing, hideous. they're all -- basically, you get the idea. that's what people outside the beltway are thinking about what is going on in washington. and the longer it goes on, the anger is just going to increase.
>> i think you're right about that one. so after all you've heard about the government shutdown, what is your message to washington? make a little video to us and send it in. come on, vent. we like venting. as the shutdown continues, we will share your views heren cnn. divided, dysfunctional, and deeply unpopular. just a few words that could describe the current congress. this partial government shutdown is not helping congress's image. millions are frustrated. here is how one describes or sickly political system writing may part, quote, voters should take their disgust with this shutdown and turn it into a fear, sustained push for a better, farer system. because the system's the problem. and the system's the illness. and we're losing site of his
direness. joining me now a congresswoman of new york. and on cal toll hill, congressman of oklahoma. >> morning. >> good morning. >> i don't know if you heard ted rowlands report, but some of the comments in gary indiana, he described congress and hideous and disgusting. we had to beep out the other adjective. when you hear things like that, it's got to hurt. does it propel lawmakers to get something done, to sit down and try to end this partial government shutdown? >> well, i certainly hope it does. and i couldn't agree more honestly with your viewers and the people offering those observations. you just laid out the keep thing to do, sit down and get something done. that's really what this is ab t about. so far the president and senator
reid are unwilling to talk. speaker made it clear on sunday, i'm waiting for a call and be happy to visit with the president apt his convenience. i think the sooner -- >> everybody knows that the negotiations are not going to start soon. and with all due respect, every congressman i ask this question, they say, i know people are disgusted and hate us, and i hope something happens, but it never does. >> i think actually it will. we saw several things happen where we voted to put people back to work. defense workers are back to work. i think we'll get there. >> congresswoman you wanted to say? >> may i? i sure do. tom and i are friends and we work together, we know how to work. but this is a self-inflicted wound. they don't want to work. they have had two direct
opportunities to vote to put the government back to work and a procedural thing that tom and i both know very well, not a single republican voted for it. twice they have turned down the opportunity. there seems to be a thing here that if you say often enough, this is terrible and i wish i had an opportunity to fix it, that people are going to believe it. please don't believe it -- >> but i think you're on to something. if you look at the "washington post" says 36 laws have been passed by congress. that's it. it seems like you're not doing anything. >> no, we're not. and one of the most well-researched pieces that i've seen was yesterday in had the "the new york times," and this was planned since 2009. they don't care if the government is shut down. it doesn't matter if you vote to pay people retroactively if you're not going to let them
come back to work now. that's what we've been going through. >> so i want to address -- i would like congressman cole to address that. this is a republican lobbying group, and they've been pouring millions of dollars to get the government shutdown and force the government out of business. >> it's all -- >> is that why our system is broken, congressman? >> no. i don't think there's some deep, dark plot here that goes back to 2009. really? i don't think so. >> 2010. >> if you'll allow me to finish my point. i allowed you to finish yours. if the president and harry reid would sit down this could end tomorrow. you have to agree -- well, basically the president said you have to do kaekt about what i say and then i'll be willing to
talk to you. that's not a negotiation that's a dictation. >> that's not where we are right now. i really hope -- i think america understands where we are right now. but if you don't, let me tell you that 800,000 people are not working but they want to get paid for it later. they've offered a piece of this and that the as they attempt to get the kind of government that they want. not the kind of government that people need and are customed to having. this is again, let me say, a self-inflicted wound that could be healed this afternoon. >> address this as piecemeal. i know that the house voted unanimously to make sure the government workers who are furloughed will get back pay eventually. but passing bills like that is sort of like offering every american vanilla ice cream. we need you guys to sit down and figure out the hard stuff not the easy stuff. >> you keep hitting the right word. "sit down." that's all we're talking about. half of those 800,000 people
we'll have back to work, and that was done in a bipartisan fashion. i don't see why that's a big frob in putting others back to work. but again -- we can start talking and get it done. >> the senate did its job. all we have to do is take the senate bill, which kept the government open, kept everybody working, at the numbers that the republican house wanted. now, all they have to do is take that senate bill, pass it, and it could go to the president today. >> all the senate has to do is sit down and talk. that's not an unreasonable -- >> the senate doesn't need to talk. the house is the house is the holdup. on the floor of the senate, they passed that resolution. we have to take it up and do it. we are simply playing some cynical game here to -- to try
again to cause the president a lot of grief. >> with all due respect, john boehner went on abc sunday and said i just want to have a simple conversation. and he didn't mention obama care so much. why doesn't the president pick up the phone and call john boehner. >> that's not what he said. he said i will not pass a debt limit, a clean debt limit. >> that was news. >> a week ago he said he would. >> why would you pass a debt limit, which, by the way i voted to do last time, without doing something about the deficit? i mean, that seems pretty logical to me that you would want to have -- it's not. it's $700 million. >> but it dropped from a trillion in the last year. >> that's because we negotiated last year -- excuse me -- in 2011 and arrived at a deal. we're saying we should do the
same thing right. >> well, we're going to have to leave it there. we're talking about the same stuff. and i guess this is a conversation that goes on in the house of representatives. >> it's tougher when you live with it. >> i bet it is. congresswoman and congressman, thank you for joining me this morning. still to come in the newsroom, a wanted terrorist off the street and now in u.s. stoetd. what secrets can americans pry from him. we'll tell you what they're planning. powerful relief of nasal congestion and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. zyrtec-d®. at the pharmacy counter.
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they arrest the sites king pen last week, ross ulbricht is accused of running this site. >> reporter: peter is picking up mail from the post office. it's not your typical package. inside drugs. >> that one is going to be lsd and that is going to be methadone. >> reporter: in a couple of clicks, drugs on your doorstep. peter, whose name has been changed, asked us to obscure his identity. >> and you go here and say, hey, i want to buy 250 milligrams, and you click the buy now thing and then you end up in a shopping cart and click the check out button. >> reporter: this week the online drug market silk road was blocked. >> things i've bought are
generally psychedelics, namely lsd because that's the hardest one to find on the street. >> reporter: user sign on through an unanimous website where you sign up through a bitcoin. >> it's not traceable if you do it correctly. if you buy bitcoins on the street or things like that, it's untraceable. >> silk road specialized in drugs, but as he showed us, the internet gets even darker. here is another site. >> it's a drug category. and you can front different things. if you're interested in looking for lsd you go and select the lsd thing. apparently on this site you can literally buy guns. ak-47. >> reporter: we were also shown screen shots of advertising hit
man. he's never given that one a test drive. now that it's gone, are you bummed? >> i mean, yeah. >> reporter: it's not necessarily an end game. >> they killed a server. they didn't take down, you know, the technology that's used to make this happen. >> reporter: a game in the dark corners of the web. what do you think the outcome will be of silk road being taken over by the government? >> i think people are going to be pretty fearful of using those kinds of services for a while. i imagine there will be discussions on what went wrong and how to improve on it and later on newer versions that have improved in some way will pop up and regain the trust that's dissipating right now. >> so the one that really got me, you can shop online for a hit man? >> pretty unbelievable. we couldn't confirm this, but
the idea that there's a whole dark net out there that you can try to look for a hit man to buy drugs and grenades. we are looking at some of this, and i couldn't believe it. >> why can't, up, investigators shut more of these sites down? >> it's difficult. for the fbi it took about two years to shut down silk road. and it's not that they didn't know it existed. they were in there and undercover. all of this is accessible through the tour network. you can sign in through there and people have used this for safe typess of communication. journalist use it to connect with sources. you also add the fact that people are paying with bitcoin, and that's a digital kurpsy. it's not associated with a certain banking institution. all of these factors give you a certain level of an anonymity that you might not have had
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checking our top stories at 44 minutes past the hour. shocking video out of mexico. i have to warn you, it is hard to watch. here it is. at least eight people are dead. four of them children. after a monster truck plowed into a crowd at an event in mexico on saturday. you'll see it goes over a ramp and veers into the crowd. officials say the driver might have been intoxicated. 28 people in the hospital. at least a dozen more are listed in critical condition. the 2014 winter olympics in sochi are just four months away. the ceremonial torch was lit but it got off to a rough start.
it went out. officials had to relight the torch with a lighter. i hope you see it, because it's actually pretty funny, i hate to admit it. he's getting to -- anyway, a man with a lighter pops out and he relights it -- there it is, yeah. finally. and the torch went on. a zoo worker in oklahoma is recovering this morning after being mauled by a tiger on saturday. officials say she violated safety rule by sticking her arm through the cage. some are raising questions about the safety. the owner of the zoo insists it's safe. >> this is something we have stringent protocols for and we do as extensive training as possible. if it wasn't for our professional protocols, the
emergency medical staff probably are the reason why we're dealing with just an injury instead of a death. >> well, the good news, doctors were able to save the woman's arm. the 500 pound tiger will not be euthanized. remember how the grinch stole christmas? this year congress might be to blame. the shutdown could put the christmas tree lighting on hold. it's usually selected from a forest in newport, washington. they're still waiting to hear from someone in washington because someone from washington has to cut down the tree. at least 80 people forced to advantage wait their homes over the weekend in louisville. no injuries reported. but it's still pretty nasty. here is karen mcginness, our meteorologist. >> it looks like most of the rain has moved out and moved
across the eastern seaboard. we did see between 4 and 6 inches of rainfall. some isolated amounts as much as 9 inches. big storms rumbled there even on sunday afternoon. they saw the bulk of the rainfall on saturday. but a line of storms moved through and over 6 inches right across the ohio river valley. we're not finished with the wet weather yet. it makes its way towards the east and there is a severe thunderstorm -- there is a tornado watch, rather, that goes until 5:00 p.m. this evening that encompasses area from washington, baltimore, all the way to new york city. the potential for severe weather exists annual the possibility of isolated tornadoes. we're seeing strong storms right around the washington, d.c. area. so watch out for that. delays at the airports there. >> we'll keep an eye on things. let's head to new york and check out what's happening on the dow. it's only been open for an hour
and a half? >> exactly. you look at what happened at the opening bell, stocks tanked 150 points within the first couple of minutes. up what that kind of was? that was kind of a warning shot being fired from wall street all the way to washington, saying, hey, this is a taste of the what could happen if you don't get your act together there in washington, d.c. the stocks have recovered quite a bit. the dow only down 78 points. the fear is still there and it's up 8%. that's significant when you consider everything that's going on. weekend came and went. no deal on the shutdown. no solution on the debt ceiling. these are the kind of things that are making this volatility really come out on wall street. because of big fear, carol, is that if this debt ceiling if there's no solution, that we could wind up seeing interest rates spike and see stocks tank even in the days leading up to october 17th when the -- when the u.s. government is expected
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miley cyrus made it clear that her character hannah montana is long gone. she hosted "saturday night live" over the weekend and spoofed her vma performance and even addressed it in her mono las vegas. >> now, i know halt of you saw me perform recently at the vmas. and in case you missed it, here was one of the more low-key moments. i got a lot of letters from angry mothers, turned on fathers. and this is true, i actually got a complaint from the inventor of
the giant foam finger. but it's okay, i gave him tickets to tonight's show, so we're all good, right, jeff? now, i don't apologize for my vma performance. if i owe anybody an apology, it's the people who make the bottom halves of shirts. but there are a few subjects we're not going to get into tonight. i'm not going to do hannah montana. but i can give you an update on what she's been up to. she was murdered. and also we went back and forth on this, but guys i just don't think we should do the wrecking ball sketch. >> what? miley, come on. my mom is here. >> sorry. ♪ ♪ ♪ that guy sitting on the wrecking ball, i'm still laughing. i watched snl on saturday night
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the latest on an attack on that suv driver by a pack of motorcycle riders. two of the bikers were caught on camera, but one of them now says he didn't actually beat the driver. we have more for you with margaret conley. >> reporter: reginald chance seen here pounding his helmet on an suv car window made his first appearance in court sunday. defiant as he flipped off reporters in court. he faces charges now. his attorney says the charges are too severe. he says his client wasn't even
there when this man was pulled out of his car and beaten. and a witness says the bikers went after his wife as well. >> my client obviously overreacted in smashing the window. but beyond that it was not a participant in any assault on that victim. >> reporter: another biker seen here trying to open the door to the suv as he drove away and in court on saturday and faces some of the same charges. we're now hearing the story of this biker, who appears to be slowing down in front of the suv when he was struck. he defended himself to abc news yesterday. >> i think the media is being unfair with me. >> how so? >> because they don't know who i am. they don't know what actually happened. >> what should we know about you? >> that i'm a family man of two kids. i have a 2-year-old and a 6-year-old. i try to stay away from trouble as much as possible. >> reporter: and his attorney weighed in as well. he told cnn cruz want slowing down.
saying, there was no intention on his part to slow this vehicle with his motor vehicle. he says cruz was injured by the suv driver when he suddenly pulled away. edwin mieses was critically injured. now police are asking for the publ public's help to identify these two people all in an effort to further peas together this puzzle that's far from complete. >> that was margaret conley reporting. thank you so much for joining me today. "legal view" with ashleigh banfield starts now. >> wanted in two u.s. embassy bombings, on the run for 15 years, and captured in less than a minute by u.s. special forces in libya. in one of two weekend raids on global terror suts