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i'm anderson cooper. thanks for watching. both sides are doing a lot of talking, but are they doing any fixing? the discussion, the debate and the deadlock drags on in d.c. finally, answers and an arrest. a cold case solved this weekend after 22 years. how an anonymous tip helped to crack the case of 4-year-old baby hope. the security is tight and the runners gear up for this morning's marathon in chicago. good morning, everybody.
>> it's 6:00 here. it's "new day sunday." ana points out i am wearing broncos gear? >> go, broncos! >> no, not intentionally. this morning, we have got this story about prince harry? did he pop the question to his girlfriend? the british media are in a frenzy over the study. we have the picture for you, and you will definitely want to hear the story behind the photos. >> a lot of people talking about this one. also, a new book offering an unusual conspiracy theory on the jfk assassination. oswald was said to kill not the
president. why he had an axe to grind with the governor. first, senate leaders, and one democrat and one republican are now in the driver's seat. the house gop hitting a dead end on reopening the government and raising the debt ceiling. >> two days ago a promising plan was on the table. and how republicans feel president obama double crossed them. >> reporter: there is no deal in place to avoid a possible default this week. >> my staff has every plane flight on our schedule and are ready to come back as soon as there is a vote. >> all we know is we have a president that doesn't want to negotiate. >> perhaps a hint of
defensiveness. now, all eyes on the senate and whether harry reid can work out a compromise. >> the conversations were very cordial, but i hope our talking is some solace to the american people. they are not doing us a favor by reopening the government. they are not doing us a favor by extending a debt ceiling. those are part of our jobs. >> meantime the republicans are accusing the president of pulling a bait and switch. >> the president was not negotiating in good faith, what he said is whatever you offer i am not interested in it. he is hoping to cut a deal with the senate, which i think would
be a terrible deal, to undermined the house. >> you have all of the factions and feuds, the senate versus the house and the house versus the republic and the republicans versus the democrats, and now we are talking about the senate plan. any meetings planned between reid and mcconnell? >> well, we don't know anything that has been publicly announced. the bipartisan group of senators have been working to get it done. we do know that leaders on both sides are here in washington, d.c., where others have gone out of the city for the quick holiday resays. the leaders are in town, and there is a flury of phone calls going back and forth, and the senate reconvenes today at 1:00, don't expect to see a lot of
senators. >> i don't know if there is much solace the american people find now. veterans and other military organizations are planning to vent against this shutdown. it will happen on tuesday. they are going to hold a big protest at the world war ii memorial in washington. if congress and the president cannot reach a deal and the shutdown goes on, and they cannot pay veterans or survivor's benefits on november 1st. on a brighter side, the statue of liberty re-opens to new york. the state will pick up the tab to about six days, and it's less than what new york was losing in
touris tourists. and arizona is opening the grand canyon. and then getting up personal again with south dakota who is teaming up with corporate donors. and then as far as anybody can tell, the government shutdown is not responsible for a big glitch in the food stamp program. for several hours on saturday electronic cards were shut down. a computer crash knocked the system off-line. calls are growing to stop what is being called a migrant crisis off the coast. look at the images and listen to this. you are hearing people shouting
for help after they were tossed in the mediterranean sea. this is the second time a boat capsized off the italian coast. at least 34 people drowned in the accidents. this happened on friday, but we are just getting the images this morning. patrol boats pulled other people to safety. 70 people in india are confirmed death in the monster cyclone that drove almost 1 million people from their homes. >> and authorities are working to relocate those evacuated. it's a huge area affected. some of these folks will be able to go back home, but others, their lives were changed forever. >> and the storm is still packing winds of 70 miles per hour. and mudslides and flooding still
a possibility. let's bring in our meteorologist from the weather center. we said the storm could be catastrophic from the very start and is it living up to that possibility? >> they are still investigating what happened along the coastline. you can see the characteristics of this not looking anywhere as ferocious as yesterday. we expect the number of fatalities to go up. we expect it to travel more towards the north. also some of the forecasters saying as much as a foot of rainfall expected. and temperatures mostly in the 30s, we had frost and freeze advisories out but a very unsettled weather pattern go into the next 24 to 48 hours, including mountain snowfall in the northwest, but take a look at what is happening in texas, a
big ball game taking place in arlington, texas. in austin, pretty big thunderstorms. looks like some of the lights have gone out. it's dark. the rain is occurring there. every once in a while when you look at earth cam, you see the flashes of lightning. what can we expect as we look into the forecast, a couple inches of rainfall in texas, and some areas right along the border with mexico could see between four and six inches of rainfall. localized flooding expected there. some of the high temperatures we are looking at for today, they go down a good ten degrees by the middle of the workweek, and that's interesting news for the southeast that is enduring a wave of abnormal temperatures for a while. >> thank you. we'll check back. big news out of new york. 22 years, nypd, police there,
they sought the killer of a defenseless 4-year-old girl. >> she was known only as baby hope after her little body was discovered in a cooler back in 1991. now police say they finally know her real name and who killed her. >> reporter: it was a break that caught an alleged killer and revealed baby hope's real name. >> detectives from the bronx violent felony squad apprehended mr. juarez, age 52 from the bronx, in techtion with angelica castillo, a child victim known for the last 22 years as baby hope. >> georgio heard from colleagues they were close to solving the
case. >> when i got the phone call, the news, i was on cloud 9. >> he was the lead directive in 1991. the body was found stuffed in the cooler. she had been sexually abused. nobody ever claimed the body. by 1993, the 34th precinct squad had given the little girl the name baby hope and a face by computer rendering. the squad paid for the funeral. >> not a dry eye, including me. she truly became a member of the community. >> anniversaries passed and police persisted and finally a break. police finally got a call on the hotline. the caller had been told several years ago by a young woman her parents killed her sister.
that case led the police to the parents of baby hope. >> the judge will lower his gavel and say you are going to jail for the rest of your life is justice. >> angelica castillo. >> just an incredible ending to the story to think that decades have gone by and these detectives never gave up in the case. >> and her name, the name they gave her, baby hope, hopefully this offers some hope to the families around the country who are still waiting for some resolution to their missing child cases. there are so many out there. good for that family. still to come on "new day,"
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the start of the chicago marathon. it's the first major big city marathon since the bombings in april at boston's famous 26.2-mile race, and organizers in chicago are stepping up security this year. take a look. 45,000 marathon runners will take to the streets of chicago this morning. under intense security for them, and more than the 1-million expected spectators. >> we will have eyes on the ground in just about every foot of the marathon route. in reaction to the deadly boston bombing six months ago, no large bags or backpacks will be allowed and instead runners will get one of these clear plastic bags to hold items when they check in and unlike past years runners cannot leave unattended bags anywhere along the route and spectators will not be
allowed to join a runner on the course, and for the first time only registered runners and ticket holders will be allowed at the start and finish lines. >> the cornerstone and foundation with what we do on the event is built on the participant, spectator and participant safety. >> explosive detection teams will be out along the entire course, including bomb-sniffing dogs and uncover officers will be in the crowd and surveillance video will be used and despite the cautions nothing should detract from the runners' experience. the first wave of runners expect to start at the starting line 8:30, eastern time, and so good luck. >> you have run this? >> yes, i have. it's a fun marathon. if this is your first time, you
will love it. lots of energy on the course. hopefully the security measures don't detract from the spirit of those running. >> i have walked half a mile to garrett's popcorn, but never ran a marathon. >> it's a start. and then buying washington a bit of time before the debt ceiling deadline. >> alison kosik is here with a look at what is going on at wall street this week? >> wall street keeping a close eye on washington, especially as the clock particulars closer to the debt ceiling deadline. and the government will not be able to pay its bills and risk defaulting. that has never happened before. analyst say it will lead to a possible recession. major financial companies clock in with quarterly earnings including citigroup, bank of
america and goldman sachs and morgan stanley. ebay and google will post results as well, along with general electric and coca-cola. and there is a growth rate of 3%, and that's less than half of what the firm expected at the quarter. and then microsoft, the first major update to the latest operating system and is free for existing users. >> alison kosik, thank you very much. the 9-year-old boy that sneaked aboard a flight to las vegas is back in his hometown in minneapolis, and that's according to a family spokesperson. he had been in a foster home in nevada sense october 3rd. he slipped on a flight without a
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i am ana cabrera. >> i am victor blackwell. up first, mcconnell and reid have taken over negotiations. >> number two, officials working to relocate almost 1 million people that fled the monster cyclone that have left at least seven people dead. mudslides and flooding continue to be a concern. so far damage appears to be minimal compared with the 1999 cyclone that claimed some 10,000 lives. former congresswoman gabby giffords will attend a gun show. she is campaigning for federal law requiring background checks for purchasers at gun shows.
she chose new york because guns in the state check volunteer gun checks. number four, a shooting in tulsa, oklahoma, last night injured five people. one witness describes seeing the bullets fly through his shirt. one of the victims is expected to lose his lower leg. the shooter and driver are in custody this morning, but their motive still unknown. all nine teenagers who were reportedly abducted from a ranch for troubled youth are with their parents. authorities say they confirmed that four boys are in their parents' custody, but an amber alert is still in effect until the location and their well-being are confirmed. the teens nor the director were at the ranch. the investigation is on going. royal wedding bells may be ringing across the pond.
looks can be deceiving. this is actually an ad campaign for a british jeweller. >> this is a good one. it fueled quite a few americans. the brits knew it, but the americans, we thought, okay. but krau seeda is prince harry's girlfriend, but who is she and can she be the next princess. tell us about her. >> she is a 24-year-old graduate from a prestigious british school, and she comes from a very awristic kratic family. and her mother is the daughter
heir to a banking fortune, and her father is -- he is the third husband of four marriages, and he is an oxford graduate and intrapreneur. >> the appropriate blood line for a royal marriage? >> she certainly has it. she is best friends with harry's cousin, and a fun fact, her step sister just married richard branson's son. >> is that the one who had -- eugenie. >> yeah, and another one of cousins works for the hat designer. but she is very unlike kate. she is as comfortable in a public than in a palace.
she likes wearing sneakers, and one of the things, her fashion tastes extends to wearing scrunchees back into fashion. e i don't know if she can do that. >> she could be the next duchess of cambridge. it was for the duchess diamond direction, the ad. they were so real that has you said, some british bloggers thought it was the real deal. >> how serious are they? >> it sounds like they are a good match. we know that chrissa mania is really flooding britain and people are becoming quite obsessed and her life is changed forever, and there will be more british babies called kres atkau
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here? >> well, this is awkward, but the government has shut down. turns out, i am the only essential employee in the place. but i could have told you that months ago, ha ha. >> funny. nasa has this screen up when you go to nasa tv, due to the lacks in the government funding, nasa television will be unavailable, on and on and on. people there at nasa, including this, considered nonessential. >> so many organizations shut down, and very few staffing organizations like nasa, and as you name it. making light of what is a serious situation, but what can you do but laugh, right? >> yeah, day 13, and we will see if some solution is coming at the start of the week. if you have kids, maybe you
noel know ellis the elephant. >> we had a chance to sit down with calista gingrich as she told us about her latest project. >> in "yankee doodle dandy," they learn how we became a free and independent nation. >> what made you write the book? >> i love america, and it's important our children understand what makes us so special. >> not just the children, and i imagine there are parents reading to the kids that are learning, too. >> a good refresher. >> ellis is an elephant. why did you pick an elephant? and piers morgan pointed out
this. >> if i could be any elephant, what would you be? >> probably an elephant. >> why? >> because they have 1,005 muscles in his trunk. >> you want 1,005 muscles in your trunk? >> well, they are smart. very few things can attack them. >> he said he would be an elephant if he could be an animal. >> was ellis based on your husband? >> well, not really. >> all that said, and it's like, no. >> i knew i needed an interesting animal to catch the attention of children, and in the end i could not resist ellis the elephant who was brought to life beautifully by my illustrator. >> is it difficult to get kids
involved and interested in history? i would imagine that that is one of the most difficult things to get kids excited about, considering all the video games and options they have? >> well, children are eager to learn, and as adults, we need to give them the tools they need so they can appreciate this great country. >> more books coming? >> yes, my next book will be called from "sea to shining sea," and this is the earlier stages of the republic through the expedition of lewis and clark. ellis has had a good reaction, both in schools and libraries. i am very excited. this project is a project of patriotism. this book is about our nation's humble beginnings. i hope many american families will see the series as a
celebration of the patriotism and our nation. >> thank you very much. thank you for bringing "yankee doodle dandy," the third in the series. ellis the elephant is back. and it's ten minutes before 7:00 out here in the east. you might know the name, cory book, but what about steve lonegan. in three days, new jersey decides which men will serve as the their senator. >> booker has the lead in the polls, but there is one wildcard he doesn't have, and you know what that is? sarah palin support. >> lonegan calls her up. >> what do you do if you are down in the polls and your opponent is a political
celebrity? the answer, bring in your own celebrity. >> can the rest of america count on you to send steve lonegan to the senate! >> when we go to washington october 17th, it's going to be barack obama, nancy pelosi and harry reid that are going to fold. >> cory booker, radical, liberal, extreme. >> thanks to part no lonegan's ad campaign, booker's lead dipped to 12 points. >> i believe that there are a lot of people in the state that have conservative values, they just don't know it. >> i am a republican, but i
think lonegan is a little too far to the right. >> he is a movement conservative, and i think that makes his uphill battle that much steeper because of the identification of his tea party conservative. >> he is anti-abortion and anti-same-sex marriage. he said, i don't know, it's hraoeupbg what a gay guy would say to a stripper. >> i can't be responsible for what all them say, and i terminated the gentleman for his inappropriate comment. >> he has been criticized about his own comments about booker, addressing whether he was gay, and booker said what does it matter if i am?
and then there was the guy lonegan made about where taxpayer money from the suburbs goes. it gets poured into the big black hole of newark. it sucks in millions and millions of tax dollars and we never see it again. >> the last time sarah palin appeared at a rally was more than a year ago, and whether or not she has any influence this time will be determined when the voters head to the polls in new jersey on this wednesday. >> jason carroll, thank you for that. sarah palin will be speaking at today's million vet march at the world war ii memorial. events and protests kick off in about two and a half hours. house republicans, they just
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washington. how would a senate deal differ from what we see from the house republicans? >> it will have to be more creative than what we have seen so far. president obama is insistent, any deal that emerges must be free of the ideological thoughts, they want the clean bill to re-open the government and that's what they are insisting on and that's not what we have seen being offered by republicans so far. the house we have, that proposal to extend the debt ceiling for six weeks that didn't reopen the government and out of the senate we had that plan from senator collins, and other bipartisan senators that hope to re-open the government through march, and also raising debt ceiling through january but had the medical device they wanted to suspend the medical device tax through obama care, and that
went nowhere. mcconnell and reid will have to be creative. >> the conversations were extremely cordial, but very preliminary, of course. nothing conclusive, but i hope that our talking gives some solace to the american people and to the world. >> as you know, and you probably heard already we met. we are getting a bait and switch strategy from the white house. the president apparently was not negotiating in good faith. all he has really said is whatever you offer i am not interested in it. he is hoping to cut a deal with the senate, which would, i think, would be a terrible deal to undermined the house. >> so republicans aren't feeling quite as rose reabout the progress of the talks with democrats as you can imagine. today the senate will reconvene
at 1:00, but don't expect a lot of senators because most of them are out of town for the recess. >> talking is a good sign, but a lot of people are tired of tacking and they want action, and if reid and o'connell get a deal, there is still the house? >> whatever emerges from the senate will still have to pass this pretty much conservative caucus in the house, so boehner will eventually have a few choices. does he take -- the debt ceiling debt line will be so close, does he take whatever deal emerges from the senate and try to jam it through with democratic support, or does he stand firm and say we went into the fight with the effort to defund or delay or somehow roll back obama care, does he stand firm on that and say we fought the good fight and we are going to continue to do that, and we just don't know
what comes out of the senate, and once they punt it over to the house what boehner decides to do with it, ana. >> thank you, sir. what is called the million-vet march will hit washington today. and the park service set up barricades around the world war ii, and a lot of angry veterans gathered anyway, and most were outraged the monument had been locked. sarah palin will be the featured speaker today. palin said the obama administration dishonored vets by closing that memorial. new york state picking up the tab to operate the statue for the next six days. the cost is far less twhapb they were losing in tourists dollars.
arizona is paying the federal government as well their bill more than $650,000 to run this park for about a week. and tourists can also get back up close and personal, with washington, jefferson, lincoln and roosevelt. that's right. south dakota is opening mt. rushmore, teaming up with corporate donors to help make it happen and that will be open through october 23rd, that's what they have planned if the government doesn't re-open before that. >> as far as anybody can tell the government shutdown had nothing to do with the glitch in the food stamp program. for several hours saturday electronic payment cards for food stamps were declined across 17 states. a computer crashed and knocked the system off-line. seven people in india confirmed dead in the monster cyclone. >> it tore off roofs and flipped
cars and drug a million people from their homes, and authorities are working to relocate those who evacuated ahead of the cyclone. >> some will be able to go back home, yes, but others, their lives have changed forever. >> meantime, the storm still packing wind speeds of 70 miles per hour. flooding still a possibility there. karen, you have been watching this storm. where is it heading now and how bad is it? >> moving towards the northwest. the center says they issued their last advisory. that's not to state danger is over. it certainly is not. but certainly looking a lot less impressive on the satellite imagery compared to what we saw just about 16 or 17 hours ago when it made landfall. they will be assessing the damage, i am sure, for many,
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also known as adino juarez, in connection with the murder of 4-year-old angelica castillo. a child victim known for the last 22 years as baby hope. >> retired detective georgio heard from colleagues they were close to solving the case. >> when i got the phone call, the news, i was elated. i was on cloud nine. >> he was the lead detective in 1991. the decomposed body of a 4-year-old girl was found stuffed in the cooler discarded by the highway, and her body folded in half and sexually abused, and nobody had claimed the body. the squad paid for her funeral. >> there was not a dry eye in
the bunch including me, and the church was full, about 500 people in the church. she truly became a member of the community. >> anniversaries passed and police persisted and finally a break. police recently got a call on their hotline, and the caller said she was told several years ago by a young woman that her parents killed her sister, and that tip and advances in dna testing helped to arrest the cousin who police say murdered her. at her funeral over two decades ago, the assistant chief delivered her eulogy. >> the justice will be when some judge lowers his gavel and says you are going to jail for the rest of your life. >> they will soon replace this plaque at baby hope's name, and set in stone her real name, angelica castillo. >> and then joining us live from new york. talk about perseverance.
what more can you tell us about how the story broke and how the case finally came to the ending? >> ana, it was the perseverance of the new york detectives. that's what led to the arrest, somebody saw a news report and finally spoke up, and there was the advancement of dna testing, and so when they exhumed her body, they were able to match dna samples they were able to match to baby hope's mother. the man charged with the crime will be back in court on the 21st. >> 22 years now, and then a confession from mr. castillo. thank you. still to come on "new day," a new hetheory on the death of
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president kennedy has been assassinated. it's official now. the president is dead. >> one of the greater tragedies in american political history, and most americans think they know what happened when john f. kennedy was shot, that the young president was shot by oswald. >> there is a new book challenging that theory. it's rather disturbing. jfk they said was never the intended target, and instead the shot was meant for another passenger in that same car. then-texas governor, john conley.
>> james restin jr., the author. i want to start at the beginning. what is the relationship -- we just explained the relationship potentially between oswald, and then-governor of texas john conley? >> it goes back to january and february of 1962 when lee harvey oswald was in russia and he wanted to come back to the united states, and he learned his discharge from the u.s. marine corps had been changed from honorable to dishonorable, and it goes back to 1962. >> how did you come by the theory that it was conley and not kennedy that oswald intended to kill? >> i had written a biography of
conley in 1989, and i discovered the exchange of letters between conley and lee harvey oswald. i thought it led to a certain rage and grudge against conley. i didn't have a chance in 1989 to explore it, and what i have done in "accidental victim" to get into it, and the deep-seeded grudge and resentment in dallas on november 22nd was not directed at kennedy but conley. you have to go back, i think, to the psychology of lee harvey oswald and not to the politics. >> so oswald was in the
military, right? he was no novice at shooting. that was a heck of a miss if he was not aiming at kennedy. >> i don't think it was a miss at all. you have to understand the geography of the plaza. where he was was on the sixth floor of the texas book depository. when the car was beyond a tree, the president's body and governor conley's body were almost lined up. the shot, the first wounding shot goes through the president's neck and into governor conley's back. so with the first wounding shot he got both men, so not a bad shot at all. >> if he is going after conley,
there are many, many opportunities when president kennedy is not there. why wait until kennedy is just a few feet behind conley to shoot conley? >> well, there are two instances in "accidental victim" of oswald stalking conley. this is a man that did not have two nickles to rub together. he could not run around the state of texas after the governor, but there was a prior episode where he learned that conley was in fact coming to dallas, and he picked up his revolver and started out of the apartment and his wife locked him in a closet for some hours until he would calm down. i think the rage of lee harvey
osmond towards conley is established and then the car will go right after his window, and that happens to be an accident as well. >> it's a fascinating theory. >> we don't have time to discuss this further, but his wife did mention the anger that her husband felt towards conley at the commissioned hearing, so it was on the radar. a loft questions. >> yeah, until the third meeting. >> yeah, right. >> the book is "accidental victim," thank you so much, and a fascinating theory. when we come back, we will speak to a historian about the theory. stay with us. n clear a crowd but not your nasal congestion, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec-d®. powerful relief of nasal congestion and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. zyrtec-d®. at the pharmacy counter. when i first felt the diabetic nerve pain,
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intended target, the then-texas governor, john conley. we want to give the other side a chance to rebut, because there are lots of theories. >> yes, there are, but there is a new book out about the theory of the "accidental victim." we will bring in jerry snead. he is an author as well "no more silence kw silence," and it talks about the assassination. what strikes you as the fatal flaw in his argument? >> a couple things. he didn't really mention exactly where he got his information other than some comments from mrs. oswald as to why conley was maybe an intended target. but what we have, i think, in his previous book "the lone
star" on conley, and there was testimony from a lawyer that claims he was at the carousel club on october 4th in 1963, and during the course of that evening he along with his partner at the time, an exotic dancer, robin s. hood, believe it or not, he heard a conversation at the next table that a oswald was being talked to by jack ruby, and he was trying to talk him into killing conl conley, and he would not allow the mafia involved in texas, and they wanted to get the mafia involved so a new governor may be able to facilitate this, and this was an interesting story, and he reported this to the
police thereafter that and sent an eight-page typed letter to the fbi, and the problem was he was interviewed not only by the dallas police but other agencies and by the district attorney, and put him on a polygraph and he failed miserably. >> he was not credible? >> not credible at all. >> let me ask you about oswald. the theory, he was a markist, and this is a guy with a ninth grade education. the story about him having a grudge against governor conley because of the dishonorable discharge sounds like something that would be simple enough for a man to execute. >> certainly. it was not an undesirable discharge. it was downgraded from desirable
to a medium grade -- >> it was not what he wanted? >> no. and as a result, what i can't understand is that he had a legitimate marine card listing an honorable discharge. he had a six-year military obligation, and he already served three years in the active marine corps, so that was out of the way. he was then obligated to serve three years in the united states marine corps reserve, which he was not doing at the time he was in the soviet union, and that's why the undesirable discharge was given to him by the reserve, and he still had the card that had honorable discharge -- >> if he wanted to show people if -- >> yeah, and there was a lot of discussion about oswald was concerned that he couldn't find jobs because of the undischarge -- >> here is the card.
we wanted to have both sides of the conversation. the book is a fascinating theory. >> you still believe jfk was the intended target. >> yes, and i -- >> the debate rages on. we will see you back up here at the top of the hour. i am brook baldwin setting in for sanjay gupta. one year after being shot by the taliban, she shares her story with cnn. new details and video minutes away. and then dan savage making the case that monogamy is not always the best policy. wait for that. plus, you will not believe how much sugar is in so-called super foods. more than what is multiple
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continues to escalate with the insurance. where are we going to get the money from to cover that? >> a number of states are seeing a jump. in virginia, premiums for a 27-year-old male has increased 67%, and in new mexico, 146%. >> they are surprised their premiums went up, instead of making it easier for people to get health insurance, it's going to get tougher. >> but in a lot of states including new york and ohio, rates are down. one economists helped to design the health care law. >> in some states insurance companies were regulated not to be against the sick, in those states it will fall. and in some states by ending discrimination, we will raise premiums like in some of the southern states.
>> insurers are required to cover people with preexisting conditions, and that drives up prices. overall, he says rates are going up for the young and healthy, like dan, and down for older people and people who are sick. despite the sticker shock, he says health care is not something he wants to live out. >> growing up with a father who was a cancer patient you have to have insurance, whether or not you like it, you have to have it. >> we are going to continue tracking problems with this signup sites and keeping the information updated to you. go to cnn.com/healthcare. i went to the doctor and he said, you know, those high blood sugar numbers you have been dealing with since thuyou were you graduated. you have type two diabetes, young man.
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kreme donuts. finally, you grab something green and you think it's going to be good, and the super food smoothie, 37 grams of sugar and almost four donuts. so you hear all of this, and this is the takeaway and bottom line, sugar is often times a hidden ingredient. it goes by a lot of different names, but in the end it's the same thing. look at this. on average, men should limit daily sugar consumption to 9 teaspoons, for women, 6. you take your sugar and honey and molasses, and take it off the table, out of sight out of mind, right? instead of adding it to oatmeal, add fresh fruit. if all else fails, cut the sugar
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>> i think she is a prodigy. i am stunned like how un-girl she is like, and how woman-like she is. she is able to articulate her passion and desires even after being shot in the head only a year ago. she was so lucky the bullet did not pierce her bones -- her brain, rather. she has made a remarkable recovery and keeps up the spirit of revolutionary zeal and that's to bring education to all of pakistan, and especially to girl. where does she get this from? she comes from a small village. >> yes, and this is all about education, and the world knows show much of her story, but there is so much we don't. we know she went to the pakistani hospital, and flown to birmingham. there was a doctor who happened to be in pakistan, and was instrumental in her care, and not many people knew about the
woman. what is the story there? >> well, i think it's really important to state that the pakistani doctors and medical surgeons and the military surgeons, rather, did save her life initially. for instance, they stabilized her and saved her life with very, very happenid operations after she was wounded. but then the after care was not satisfactory, and quickly her vital signs started to get weaker, and it just so happened that this doctor from the specialized hospital in birmingham along with a doctor who was a pakistani british were in pakistan on a different mission and they were asked to come and look at her, and dr. reynolds is shy of the spotlight, and she said i am a doctor and patient/doctor conversation is privileged, and
malala yousafzai wanted to tell the truth, and that is how it happened. >> you have her family, and specifically, her father. tell me about their relationship? >> it's remarkable. i know because i grew up in iran, which even then was a male-dominated society. i remember my mother telling me that when her friends, you know, had girls, the dads were just distraught, and some wept at the bedside, and my father was engaged, and so was her father. he said he was thrilled and he looked in the face of the little girl and thought she was miraculous. he from somewhere deep in his upbringing and situation is a rare commodity in the villages of pakistan. he is a free and progressive thicker. he wanted to bring education not just to all the children but specifically to girls, and he
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research shows 1 in 4 men will cheat on his partner over the course of a lifetime, and as for the ladies, it's lower. but the always provocative author says sometimes cheating can save a relationship, and he sat down with sanjay to explain himself with his new book "american savage." >> you say cheating is never okay except when it is. this is the line that caught my eye, dan savage, and i am sure it caught a lot of other peoples' eyes as well.
in your view, when is it okay to cheat? >> life is long and circumstances change and sometimes accommodations have to be made. i don't smile on people violating commitments. i think it's a violation. people should not do it. often times the example i am faced with is people have been together for 10, 15, 20 years, and one person is done with sex or incapacitated and cannot have sex any more, and the other person is going out of their mind and i am asked what should i do? should i divorce or should i quietly and discreetly and considerutly get my needs met on the other side? there are times when cheating is the least evil option, the lesser evil. i have given people permission to indeed cheat. >> could going to couples'
therapy be effective? >> yes, sometimes there can be effective. but there are people who had their hormone levels checked and there have 5, 10, 15 and you obviously thought this through. this is a strongly held belief. let me ask you a question as a doctor, if someone cheats and they don't tell their spouse, could that potentially be dangerous? you're opening them -- you and your spouse up to sexually transmitted diseases like hiv. there could be a pregnancy involved, even domestic violence. and your spouse might be confronted with this thing and have no idea what even hit them. it could come out of nowhere. is that fair? >> absolutely. absolutely there are risks. people to mitigate control for those risks as best they can. i encourage people when they decide to get their needs met elsewhere to do it discreetly, safely, consider rately and mak
sure they're protecting their partner. i give this advice to people that are in sexless marriages so there isn't a risk of a sexually transmitted infection passing from a husband to wife or wife to husband because there is no sex in this marriage. >> again, you're obviously challenging pretty strongly held beliefs. it is provocative stuff. again, people should read the book to understand the provicatio provications. some of this is about sex. a lot of this is about trust. >> what i'm talking about -- those moments when cheating is okay or permissible is really when it's the lesser of two evils. trust is important in a long term relationship. but, you know, the person who's been denied sex for 10 or 15 years, that person's trust is violated, too. that person went into a marriage with the expectation that sexual needs would be be met mutually and this is something on going and life long. and some people, you know, independently and their partner's sexual lives and that's not always fair.
and so it's not just a violation of trust in one direction often in these sexless marriages. it's a violation in both directions. >> this whole idea that it somehow -- the marriage can be as meaningful or wouldn't be devastated in some way to render it sexually -- doesn't just ring true to me. >> people cheat. we're naturally monogamous animals. i think if you're with someone 20, 30, 40 years they were good at being monogamous. i think infidelity is we should expect couples to work through and get past n all likelihood every long term multidecade relationship will be touched by infidelity at some point. so what i would say to a couple when i have said to couples who are facing this is, you know, the day before you found out about this affair you might have said something like i would take a bullet for my partner, i would walk through fire for my partner. how about forgive your partner?
can you do that? >> it's a provocative subject. i know you're on book tour and getting a lot of the same questions. thank you for spending time with us. >> my pleasure. >> so i guess it's all in one's perspective, definitely controversial advice. the book, "american savage" and there you have it. still to come, meet the nascar young gun who is driving to stop diabetes plus diana swims for relief 48 hours in a pool in harold square to benefit victims of hurricane sandy. t...what? he's using you. he probably has a citi thankyou card and gets 2x the points at restaurants. so he's just racking up points with me. some people... ugh! no, i've got it. the citi thankyou preferred card. now earn 2x the points on dining out and entertainment, with no annual fee.to apply, go to citi.com/thankyoucards
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a young race car driver who had to drastically change his lifestyle after life changing diagnosis. back on track, he is competing in nascar's race this weekend and sanjay has his story. >> nice and smooth. green, green, green. >> reporter: against all odds, 20-year-old ryan reid is living his dream. >> i've been a race car driver since i was 4 years old. >> reporter: he was just 17 when kyle busch, he's one of nascar's top drivers, recruited him for his development team. >> it is like everything was falling into place in my life. and nothing could stop me. i was really cranky.
i was thirsty a lot. i was using the bathroom extremely frequently, losing a lot of weight. >> reporter: he was diagnosed with type one diabetes. >> they were like, you'll never race again. >> reporter: but they were wrong. reid adapted. he's on a strict diet. he has a censor implant the in his abdomen that transmits the blood sugar readings. there is a continuous glucose monitor mounted in his race car and that allows him to check his sugars during the race. and his fire suit, it now sports a bulls eye. >> we have a guy trained on the pit crew to reach into the window and give me an insulin enjection should i need it. >> reid made the debut in nascar's be second biggest series on april 26th. just last month, he finished in the top ten. dr. sanjay gupta, cnn, reporting.
>> diana nyad just a couple weeks ago, how can we forget the 64 yelled-year-old made history swi swimming from cuba to key west without a shark cage. this week she was chasing life again swimming 48 hours in a specially built pool in new york city to raise money for victims of super stormsandy. every 15 minutes a new swimmer hopped in with nyad including ryan lochte. >> 48 hours straight, i know i couldn't do that. what she's doing right now is amazing. >> she was also joined by victims of the storm like alisa zeboinske whose family lost eight houses in that storm. >> i'm very grateful she's doing this for us. it was absolutely incredible to even be in the same pool as someone that accomplished so much. >> she raised more than $100,000 for the organization helping the
zboinskis and thousands of others get back on their feet. thank you so much for spending this half hour with me. i'm brooke baldwin. "new day sunday" continues right now. i hope that our talking is some solace to the american people. >> both sides are doing a lot of talking, but are they doing any fixing? the discussion, the debate, and the deadlock drags on in d.c. finally answers and an arrest. a cold case solved this weekend after 22 years. >> we can now attach a name to this little girl. >> how a tip helped crack its case of 4-year-old baby hope. >> plus, faith and a whole lot of fortune. >> there is no secret what god
can do. you see my bling? >> the new hit reality series that's got everybody talking about these mega pastors and their mega money. good morning, everyone. it's 8:00 on the east coast. this is "new day sunday." this morning it is day 13 of the shutdown. the ball is now in the senate's court. >> the pressure is resting on harry reid and mitch mcconnell. they have to come up with a deal to reopen the government and raise the debt ceiling. >> house republicans say president obama rejected their offer and most left town, in fact, and in a huff. >> let's talk to candy crowley. what can stores reid and mcconnell do that the house gop couldn't and, remembering that the house has to agree to this at some point. >> well, the house having to
agree to this at some point, the truth is part of the reason that the senate had often produced a compromise for the house cannot is that this is a group where 60 votes really are needed to get anything done. therefore, neither side has that number. to put things on the senate floor for voting. so they are used to working with each other. there's a little more feeling in the senate that they can get things done. there is more partisan divides on the house side. there are people that count the votes on the senate. they came roughly the same time into the senate. they're not bffs, but they're both really good tacticions. senator reid is playing hard
ball. but they both have a pretty good track record of getting things done. now, as for the house, who knows? the house already thinks the senate is going to send them down river and send them something that the house republican caucus won't go for. >> of course state of the union at 9:00 eastern. so an hour from now you'll be dissecting this whole situation. who will you be talking to this morning? >> ran paul, susan collins and amy cobichar. >> thank you so much. stay here for "state of the union with candy crowley" at the top of the hour. >> it's being called a million vet march. and it hits washington this morning. veterans are gathering at the world war ii memorial. they're angry the obama administration initially set up barricades around the memorial because of the shutdown. and a lot of them walked past those barricades. sarah palin is scheduled to speak at today's rally.
she says the administration dishonored veterans by setting up barricades at the open air memorial. >> the 9-year-old boy who sneaked aboard a delta flight to las vegas is back in his hometown of minneapolis. this is according to a family spokesman. he had been in a foster home in nevada since october 3rd. that's when he managed to slip through security and board the plane without a guardian or even a boarding pass. the boy's dad has acknowledged his son has behavioral problems. police in new york say they finally cracked a murder-mystery that they've been trying to solve for more than 20 years. >> they have caught the man who killed a 4-year-old girl known only as baby hope. but now they say they know the child's real identity as well. here is margaret conley. >> reporter: it was a break that caught an alleged killer and revealed baby hope's real name. >> detectives from the bronx violent felony squad apprehended
conrado war ez, age 52 of the bronx, also known as anadino juarez in connection with the murder of 4-year-old angelica castillo ashgs child victim known for the last 22 years as baby hope. >> reporter: retired detective jerry giorgio heard from colleagues they were close to solving the case. >> i got the phone call. i got the news. i was elated. i was on cloud nine. >> reporter: he was the lead detective in 1991. the decomposed body of a 4-year-old girl was found stuffed in this cooler, discarded by a highway. her body was folded in half and bound. she had been sexually abused. no one ever claimed the body. days turned to months, turned to years. by 1993, the 34th precinct had given the little girl the name baby hope and a face recruited by computer rendering. the squad also paid for her
funeral. >> there wasn't a dry eye in the bunch including me. and the church was full about 500 people in the church. she truly became a member of the community. >> reporter: anniversaries passed but police persisted and finally a break. police recently got a call on their hotline, the caller said she had been told several years ago by a young woman that her parents had killed her sister. that tip and advances in dna testing led cold case detective toifz find the mother of baby hope and eventually arrest the cousin who police say murdered her. at her funeral over two decades ago, assistant chief joe resnic delivered her eulogy. >> justice will be some wh some judge lowers the gavel and says you're going to jail for the rest of your life. >> reporter: in this final chapter for these detectives, they'll soon replace this plaque at baby hope's grave and set in stone her name. angelica castillo. >> cnn's margaret conley joins us live from new york. it is amazing that after two
decades they were able to find the man who they say is responsible. what more can you tell us about how police broke the case? >> victor, when we spoke with assistant chief resnick, he talked about seeing the photo of angelica's body after it was removed from the cooler. he said that image has been engraved in his mind and he'll never forget it. i saw that fophoto. i can understand why. the police detectives, they're perseverance has paid off. they would talk about the anniversary and when they found her body and then someone saw that news report and finally spoke up. the developments of dna testing, that is also helped. police say the man they have arrested has confessed to this crime. he's charged with murder in the second degree, felony murder. he'll be in court again next week on october 21st. >> margaret, i still have a lot of questions in this case. you know, the parents never came forward initially to report their child missing. do you know if they are also
under investigation in this case? >> that's right. lots of questions still remain. they did talk to the mother. i believe that they're still trying to find the father. they've been trying to piece together a family tree for the past few days or few weeks. we don't know exactly how long they've been working on this. but a lot of questions. this child was living with a relative. no one reported her missing for 22 years. so we'll be bringing you the details as we learn them. >> we believe you certainly will. margaret conley, staying on top of it in our new york bureau this morning. thank you, margaret. >> let's talk about severe weather hitting parts of our world this morning. 13 people are dead, three are missing after a typhoon pounded the philippines. authorities attribute the deaths to falling trees, he lek cushion, mudslides among other hazards. the storm displaces 43,000 people. another 1900 people are stranded at ports that provide ferry service around the nation.
>> to india, seven people are confirmed dead in that monster cyclone that tore off roofs and flipped cars and drove people from their homes. >> authorities are working to relocate those who evacuated ahead of phailin. this storm is packing winds of 70 miles per hour. >> mudslides and flooding is still possible. karen is in the severe weather center. the storm made land fall. it's not gone yet as we said. where is it headed? >> it is moving towards the northwest. but a lot of that moisture is going to make its way towards nepal. now in advance of land fall which is about 17 hours ago in this northeastern state of india, they had to evacuate just about one million people which is the equivalent of the population of dallas, texas. so if you can imagine the daunting task that it would take to do that. so quite the undertaking there. they're evaluating what the property has done and the
agriculture areas, business areas and you can imagine how devastating a hurricane would be that would make land fall. the equivalent of that, a category 4 hurricane. well, across the united states it would be devastating. in this low lying area, it's very vulnerable. in the united states, we're looking at a taste of winter. all the way from billings, montana, down towards yellowstone park and into the front range of colorado. on the backside of this system, cold enough air that in those higher peaks you could see ten inches of snowfall. the thunderstorms will rocket in across texas and for today for this afternoon and in dallas, right around arlington about an 80% chance of storms. we'll keep you updated. >> thank you, karen. still to come on "new day," a huge inconvenience for millions of families after stores all across the country decline debit cards for food stamps. we'll tell if you the shutdown is to blame for this glitch. plus a controversy brewing
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we give you a live look at lau lady liberty. the government shutdown continues. now that bill comes to about $369,000. that, however, is far less than new york is losing in tourist dollars. >> people are lining up to get into grand canyon national park. do we have the grand canyon song? no. all right. arizona is paying the federal government more than $6 aut$650o run the park and that just covers one week, five million tourists and wallets visit the canyon each year. now as far as anybody can tell, the government shutdown really didn't cause the big glitch in the food stamp program. >> but for several hours electronic payment cards for food stamps were declined at
stores in 17 states. of course, a lot of people go shopping on the weekends. this was a huge problem, xerox which handled the transactions for the government says a computer crash was what knocked this system off line. we've been looking into this. what happened? >> like you said, a computer glitch. xerox, the company that contracts the food stamp program, they said they were running backup system maintenance. at 11:00 a.m. yesterday it went down. it lasted well into saturday night for some of the states. the supplemental nutrition assistance program, it is administered by the u.s. department of agriculture. that led a lot of people to speculate that this could have something to do with the partial government shutdown. that is not the case. what we hear from several state officials is that it's unrelated to the partial shutdown. but for people like this california woman that you're about to hear from, that real write doesn't matter. she wasn't able to get very needed groceries. >> i just had to spend cash plus my walmart money and i just
grabbed a few banks and paid cash for it and put it in god's hands. >> some people left in tears. can you imagine the unneeded stress this caused thousands of people yesterday. >> you can imagine that moment when you're standing there with all the food and you can't swipe it and she has to hand over the cash. she had alotted for something else. my question is, is there a backup plan if this happens? >> the people that were affected by it, that's what they were saying. where is the plan b? where is the backup plan? why didn't you do this overnight? xerox, the company contractor, they had a response. they said beneficiaries required immediate access and can work with the local merchants who can activate a emergency voucher. this emergency voucher process, it wasn't available in all stores. it wasn't available in all vendors. so some people couldn't access this at all. some people are just, you know, out of luck. >> everything is fixed now? >> everything is resolved.
all 17 states including here in georgia back to normal. much, you know, a lot of inconveinko inconvenienc inconvenience. >> and he still has a smile on his face. >> i'm still here. you know, i get to spend the morning with you guys. welcome to atlanta. >> thank you. i've enjoyed it. >> nick, thank you very much. >> there is another battle brewing in washington this morning. no, this is not about the debt ceiling or the shutdown. we're talking about the battle to change the name of the nfl washington redskins. in fact, one of the team's former stars is going to join me next. [ female announcer ] right when you feel a cold sore, abreva can heal a cold sore in as few as 2 1/2 days when used at the first sign. without it, the virus spreads from cell to cell. unlike other treatments, abreva penetrates deep to block the virus, to protect healthy cells so cold sores heal fast. as fast as 2 1/2 days when used at the first sign.
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20 minutes after the hour. you're looking at the starting line of the chicago marathon. live pictures here. it's the first major big city marathon since the bombings in april, boston's famous 26.2. organizers here if chicago are stepping up security, large bags, backpacks not allowed there. and bomb teams with dogs will patrol that course. again, live pictures at the start of the chicago marathon. >> looks like a nice day there. it is sunday. that means millions of you might be getting ready to watch football later today. it will be hard for some fans to forget about the controversial battle that is brewing off the field and all over the news this week. one that even reached the officest president is a fight over the name of the washington redskins. in fact, some fans and native-american groups have said the name is racist. it needs to go. president obama even said he would think about changing the name if he owned the team.
>> but the real owner dan snyder is not budging. he says it is here to stay. so joining us now to talk about this, former redskins star clinton portis and mike wise. you played for the team. should the name change? >> i'm biassed to the name change. you know, i think i understand the derogatory statement when it comes to native-americans, but at the same time, i think when you play for such a historic franchise and the reason why mr. snyder bought the washington redskins, i think you look at that, you see the dilemma on both stages. so i know it's derogatory to those people. but who are those people? when you say native-americans, which group is it? is it a whole native-american stance? is it just a few people which it is in so many cases. >> how many people have to be offended? >> i'm not sure. i think this is a political -- i
think if this was anywhere besides washington it wouldn't be as big as it is. but being that it's in the nation's capital and everything is politics, i think that's why you have this issue. >> and we know the name has been around since 1933. that's when it went from the braves to the redskins. that name has changed that year. let's bring in mike in d.c. you say it's not a question if the team name will change, but when. why now? >> i have never seen such sustained momentum regarding a name change over the last eight, nine months that i've seen here in washington. i think a lot of it has to do with people at the united nation and upstate new york. the c.e.o. has become the public face and taken the baton from i an indian activist who trade
marked the name years ago. they're trying to change a former chairman is trying to get the name banned from the airwaves. i think at some point roger goodell is going to realize that this is costing the league too much attention, too much money and if he doesn't force daniel snyder to change the name, then daniel snyder is going to have to sell. the name is going to change. >> voices like the native-americans say that the word redskin is racist. it needs to go. listen to this. >> if it's offending people and it's time to change it. this is a great time to do it. regardless of the history. regardless of the legacy, it's offensive. it's a dictionary defined offensive term. >> so clinton let me give you a hypothetical. i want a real answer. say you're coming out of college
and you're drafted by a team that has a black man's head on the side of the helmet? it's not a derogatory picture. let's even let the naacp pick the picture of the black man that goes on the side of the helmet. but instead of being the washington redskins, it's the denver darkies. would you want to play for a team called the denver darkies? >> when you look at what we went through as african-americans, you think of names such as nigger or anything else of that nature. i think this is a situation that is a no-win. i don't think mr. snyder wants to sell the redskins. i don't think he will sell the redskins. i think this will be an on going struggle. >> does it have to be? does ut have to be? if it's offending people, does it have to be an on going struggle? >> i think if somebody came to you and -- i don't know how to present this as a win for
either. some people, the native-americans, when you look at native-americans and their struggle through life and the history of the native-americans, when you look at their struggle through life, you can understand their point. the same way we can say the n word is so derogatory. but on the same sense, if you look at us as people, we use the n word freely amongst us. it's just when it's used from someone else that it's so offensive. >> so you think it's just a name. just a name? >> i wouldn't say it's just a name. i think this is bigger than our discussion and the indepth detail of why this name all of a sudden after being around since the '30s all of a sudden why it's the focal point of change. when you look at what the team would have to do to -- >> clinton portis, i'm sorry to interrupt. we're out of time. this is a discussion that is going on in households around the country. >> call me back another day. >> yeah, we will. we will. thank you.
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that left at least seven people dead. it is still packing winds of 70 miles an hour. mudslides, flooding continue to be concerning. so far, the damage appears to be minimal, at least compared with that 1999 cyclone that claim some 10,000 lives. number three, a shooting in tulsa, oklahoma, last night injured five people. one witness describes seeing bullets just flying through his shirt. a victim is expected to lose his leg and the alleged shooter and his driver are in custody. the motive still unknown. >> number four this morning, all nine teenagers reportedly abducted from a ranch for troubled youth are now with their parents. this is according to the lawyer for the new mexico facility. authorities say they confirmed that four boys are in their parents' custody but an amber alert is still in effect for the others until their location and well-being can be confirmed. >> sarah palin will speak at today's milan vet march at the national world woar ii memorial.
people will be speaking out against the government shutdown. events and protest kick off in less than an hour. >> ready or not, day 13 of the partial government shutdown. >> it's up to senate leaders to raise the debt ceiling. >> that's because the house republicans essentially threw in the towel out of frustration. they went home for the weekend. here's cnn's shannon travis with where we are. >> reporter: lawmakers scurrying out of washington even though there's no deal in place to end the partial government shutdown and avoid a possible default this week. >> my staff is -- has every plane flight on our schedule. we're ready to come back as soon as there is a vote. >> too many things are changing. we have a president that doesn't want to negotiate. >> reporter: perhaps a hint of defensiveness with talks between the white house and house
republicans having collapsed and both sides blaming each other. now all eyes on the senate and whether majority leader harry reid and mitch mcconnell can work out a compromise. >> the conversations were extremely cordial but very preliminary, of course. nothing conclusive. but i hope that our talking is some solace to the american people and the world. >> reporter: reid is still sticking firm to key democratic demands. >> they're not doing us a favor by opening the government, reopening the government. they're not doing us a favor by extending the debt ceiling. that part of our jobs. >> reporter: republicans accuse the president of pulling a bait and switch. >> the president parentally was not negotiating in good faith. all is really said is whatever you offer, i'm not interested in it. he's hoping to cut a deal with the senate which would, i think,
be a terrible deal to undermine the house. >> shannon travis is joining us now live from washington. shannon, so what can senators reid and mcconnell do that will work for the house? >> well, they'll have to get creative. we know that the house wants a few things. they want a shorter extension of the debt ceiling, that plan that house republicans offered only extended the debt ceiling for six weeks. they'll also maybe have to address house republicans at least the caucus within the house republicans want to take something, something at all that either derails or delays or defunds obama care although defunding obama care is off the table. so they'll have to get creative. we know that president obama and democrats have said, you know what? give us two clean bills. give us a clean bill to reopen the government. give us a clean bill to raise the debt limit. so we'll have to see if the senate can come up with a deal that will not only satisfy house
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38 minutes after the hour now. we're talking bling and bentleys and the bible. it's all about a new reality series called "preachers of l.a." on the oxygen network. >> lord jesus, speak to my heart. change my life. >> the show takes a very candid and up close look at the lives of six prominent pastors as they step away from the pulpit for a moment. has many people watching and talking and, in fact, the series premier pulled in a million viewers. that is the strongest wednesday premier ever for oxygen. but the show, of course, has some controversy. it's reignited the debate over preachers and their wealth. >> there is no secret what god can do. you see my bling. you see my bentley. you see my glory. but you don't know my story.
>> well, the man you just heard from joins me now. good morning to pitch open ron gibson. good to have you with us. >> good to be here. thank you very much. >> of course, there are some people who see that and hear that and have a problem with church leaders having a lot of wealth. even the pope is talking about this. and demonstrating it by taking a less grandiose lifestyle is now in the prius, calling the people of the catholic church to be poor church for the poor. how do you balance having wealth and helping the poor? >> well, i look at it from a biblical perspective. the company that god had with abraham, he was blessing abraham to be a blessing and not the hoard the blessing upon himself. he blessed him to be a blessing to the less fortunate. and so i look at it from the same perspective that god blessed abraham. we are to go into all the world and preach the gospel of jesus
christ to every creature. i can't do that. i can't go to the airport and say i'm a preacher, have to go to africa and build wells or dominican republic and build churches. no, it costs money to get to the airports. so preachers, we're to be balanced and not extravagant yet we must have the means and money is being able to exchange where we can make that happen. >> balance and zrextravagance b you have a bentley. a bens would do it. >> i have a benz and bentley. i've been pastoring 26 years. i founded our church. and we have school. we have two schools. we have preschool. we have an elementary school. we have a -- we're in partnership with a developer building 1200 homes, two parks. there's a plethora of things and large vision that god has given us. so that's going to take money to finance the kingdom of god. >> that's true. but you just said that you live
by the philosophy of god's to not hoard. isn't this hoarding that you have a bentley and benz and the beautiful hope we saw? >> i don't know what you're definition of hoarding is. if i had several bentleys, it probably would be. i can only drive one bentley at a time. and my bent sli a2007. i accumulated my wealth over the years. >> i'm sorry. you're not complaining about having a 2007 bentley with 85,000 miles and saying i'm a little did he muir pastor. >> no. >> you answer your question, is it hoarding. it's not hoarding. i bought that bentley in 2007. >> let's back away from the money and talk about the reason you're doing this show. if your job as a pastor is to glorify god and now you have cameras following you and showing how you live and your money and your cause, isn't that
just glorifying you? >> no. i would say -- it may attract people to me. but i pount them to christ. and one thing i love about it is that the message that i'm trying to convey in this and most of the men that i believe have the same idea is to point people to jesus christ. i believe the cross is the greatest message in the entire world. and that is reconciliation that god loves us so much that he didn't send a bentley or a ferra ferrari. he sent jesus christ. we want redeemed by bentleys and silver and gold. we were redeemed by the precious blood of jesus. you can't get people's attention because i can't give you what i don't have. a poor man's wisdom is despised. what we seek first, all the things you talk about will be added. god uses them as advertisement to point people to us. but we point them to him. the preacher is not the target. we are an arrow that is pointing people in the right direction to jesus christ.
>> nice ring. bishop gibson, you said you've been doing this for more than 26 years. why do this show? why do the show? >> man, if you had gone through what i've been through, drug addiction, gang activity, man, i was bound for many years in the devil's den of drug addiction and gang activity. and i took overdose of pcp and jesus christ came and rescued me. my mind is renewed from the word of god. and he's just been blessing me. i want everybody to know that there's hope for the world, men of every birth, red, yellow, black, brown or white. and it's time for the church to take the sougalt out of the sal shaker. this is the salt of the earth. i just want to pass the salt. the salt is preservative and jesus christ is the best thing that can happen to anybody, red, yellow, black, brown or white, we're all precious in his sight. >> one thing we see you doing this season is ministering to go
gang members. how important is that to you as a former gang member. >> yes, indeed. i lived that lifestyle. i became addicted to pcp and heroin and become a counting crypt. ge jesus said peter, i'm saving you. i want you to strengthen your brothers. i was able about it grace of god to go back into the hood of compton and get a krip and a blood saved and now they accepted jesus christ. one of the guy's is working and he used to sell dope. now he's working a regular job and making a living now contributing to society. so i'm excited about the work that god is doing in the city of compton. >> bishop ron gibson, we thank you so much for talking with us. i know there's a lot of confidence and there are a lot of people that are not happy with what you're doing but we just heard about some of got work you're doing as well there at your church and have been for more than 0 year more than 20 years. >> thank you, victor. they'll come to see it will be a
peaceful resolve and they'll be happy at the end of the day. >> all right. for more stories on faith, be sure to check out our belief blog at cnn.com/belief. >> don't go away. still to come on "new day," is sarah palin's star power nouf sway a senate election in new jersey and defeat democratic nominee corey booker? i'm ready. i told my. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. i knew that i could smoke for the first 7 days. i knew that i wasn't putting nicotine back into my body to try to quit. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these, stop chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these, stop chantix and see your doctor right away
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story. >> it's time we held the line. >> what does a candidate do if you're down in polls, days from the election an your opponent is a political celebrity? >> thank you, new jersey. >> answer, bring in your own celebrity. >> can the rest of america count on you to send steve loniegan t the united states senate? >> that's what the candidates eve lonegan did. he is facing an uphill battle against main well known in the national stage, knnewark's mayo corey booker. >> don't be measuring the drapes there quite yet. >> they paint the race as a national revereferendum on the president's policies. >> if we go to washington october 17th, it will be barack obama, nancy pelosi and harry reid that are going to fold.
the lead dipped to 12 points according to a poll last week. not surprising to some voters here. >> there are a lot of people in the state that have conservative values and just don't know it. >> i'm a republican and but i think lonegan is too far to the right. >> lonegan is anti-abortion and ant anti-gay marriage. his views seem to be getting all attention. lonegan fired a top adviser friday after that adviser gave a pro fancy laced ridicule. i don't know. it was like what a gay guy would say to a stripper. >> i have hundreds of activists, volunteers, donors, people on this campaign and i can't be responsible for what they sayment i will take responsibility. i terminated the gentleman for his inappropriate comment.
>> lonegan is criticized for his own comments about booker, this questioning whether he was gay. so what does it matter if i am? lonegan weighed in during an august radio interview. >> he is weird as a guy. i personally like being a guy. >> then there was the comment that he made about last week's debate about where taxpayer's money from the suburbs and rural areas goes. >> all that income tax and sales tax money gets poured into newark. >> the lab liberal media is going to say what they want. it sucks in millions of taxpayer dollars and we never see it again. >> the last time sarah palin appeared at a press rally was more than a year ago. whether or not she has any influence this time will be determined when voters head to the polls in new jersey this wednesday. >> thank you very much, jason. british police are asking for the public's help to find who took 3-year-old madeline mccann
six long years ago. we report there are hopes now that a new picture of a possible suspect will finally bring that little girl home. >> reporter: new hope in the madeline mccann case. british media reports that for the first time ever scotland yard is ready to release a computer generated sketch of a potential suspect. it's part of an appeal for information to be broadcast here in europe on monday night. it's a new push to find out what happened to madeline who went missing while on family holiday in portugal six years ago. police say they hope this appeal will help to jaunt the memories of those who were in area at the time of her disappearance. back to you, victor. >> all right. erin, thank you so much. still to come, the science behind the bionic leg. [ coughs, sneezes ] i have a big meeting when we land, but i am so stuffed up, i can't rest.
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the bottles are coming down. yeah, not going to work. everybody is okay though. just a big mess to clean up. >> that is amazing. every weekend we bring you the science behind the news. i mean these are the stories about things that really intrigue us. this week a bionic man, it was once something you saw only on television, right? >> but now it's becoming a reality. take a look at one young man recovering from a tragic accident. he now has one of bionic legs that are chairinging the wor that are changing the world. >> i was on vacation with my family, my brother and i were fishing out on a sand bar. something came up and bumped me on my left leg and grabbed me on my right leg. it turned out to be a shark. there was just so much tissue gone that the physician has to either choose life or limb. they had to take my leg. >> you know, the typical
prosthesis, you can't go up slopes. you can't go up stairs in a healthy way. and with power we can provide the equivalent of muscles and therefore we can essentially duplicate whatever a healthy limb can do. >> i never thought it would be possible for me to walk up stairs. once we started it, it is remarkable how easy it is for me. >> the project we're working son a robotic leg for above the knee amputees. it has no power, kit move by itself but is not connected to the user in any kind of explicit way. instead, it has a lot of sensors on it. it understands how the user is interacting with it. the leg has two fully powered joints. it has a motor at the knee and ankle joint. so effectively the motors are the muscles. sensors are the same sensing we have in healthy limbs. if you look at conventional prosthes prosthesis, they essentially lack muscles. you have to swing them around to move them around.
this is a leg that has the equivalent of muscles. and so what we found is that people use less energy when they walk with it. people walk generally faster and they go up stairs and down stairs and up slopes and down slopes. >> we are out of time. thanks so much for watching. >> "state of the union" starts now. if words were action, we would be done with this. but they aren't. and we're not. today upbeat after a thursday meeting with the president -- >> we had a very useful meeting. saturday the shift that senate republicans will get rolled by the president. >> he's hoping to cut a deal with the senate which would, i think, be a terrible deal to undermine the house. >> will senate republicans sell out their house counterparts. our