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digging out from a deadly winter storm. the east coast digging out from a deadly winter storm. snow cancelling hundreds of flights. indra petersons will tell us what is coming up next. shocking revelations from the nsa admitting just how much leaker edward snowden may know about secret surveillance on other countries. why they say he may hold the key to the kingdom. us senators in ukraine demanding their president step down. is america involved in a revolution? we have life. i'm christine romans this monday morning.
>> i'm john berman. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east and we begin in the northeast. what a way to start the week. knee-deep in snow and digging out this morning. more than a foot of snow falling in parts of new york and new england. hundreds of flights cancelled and if that is not enough fedex is warning the bad weather could mean delays for millions of holiday packages. >> you'll have to knit something now. >> a mess of the roads in pennsylvania. this tractor-trailer coming within inches sliding off an overpass. be careful over there. >> more in massachusetts. i-93 in wilmington, pspinouts ad accidents all over the state. >> let's look at boston area. concerns about the morning commute. all of that slush and rain freezing up as the temperatures fall. drivers being warned to take it slow this monday morning. >> in albany, they are breaking
out snow blowers in that part of new york. buried under a foot of snow, the capital in new york. >> florida escaping the snow but still picking up the pieces from a brutal storm. seven homes along florida's palm coast destroyed by a tornado saturday night. over 160 more suffering some damage. there is nothing left of 77-year-old johnny copperly's house. the tornado tore off his roof. >> my house blew up and i'm probably dead. i think i prayed a little bit and that is about all. i said, i think it's over and i got to try to get out of here and it was pitch dark, of course. i felt my way to the front door. >> wow. what a tragedy. but a miracle he survived. wild weather this weekend for millions of americans. the question now is is it over yet? are we going to get hit with more? indra petersons is tracking it all for us.
>> i know in vermont you saw nine inches or snow but maine saw a good 16 inches. also around maine, 12 inches. new hampshire about a foot. now here in new york, we saw about 5 inches and boston 5 to 6 inches. the big question is there any more? there is more snow on the way and most likely overnight tonight. little energy will come through but nothing like this weekend. chicago today, you can see about an inch or so and in through tomorrow the snow is expected to come on down again and another 2 to 3 inches of snow is headed our way. nothing like it was but still beautiful and temperatures staying cold. we don't have maps this morning as you can tell so a quick summary until we get that going. head of the task force is looking into the leaks of edward snowden. rick legend tells "60 minutes" the information that edward snow
den took could easily be exploited. >> it would give them a road map of what we know and don't know and give them implicitly a way to protect their information from the u.s. intelligence community. >> for an adversary, it is a gold mine. >> they had to protect technology after snowden fled so he couldn't hack into the system and damage it from a dance. keith alexander keeps on insisting that only terrorists are being spied on, not american citizens, unless they find probable cause. john mccain is addressing another apparent intelligence
debac debacle. mccain suggested it's time to rexm the oversight role congress has over u.s. intelligence agencies. does the bipartisan deal have something on capitol hill? don't bet on it. ryan and murray have been saying a lot of nice things about each other later, but murray cautions it is not the start of a trend. still ryan says the deal is a good place to start. >> this isn't a large agreement but this is a symbol lick large agreement. i would love to throw a few more zeros at the end of these numbers but the fact we are doing this preventing shutdowns and passing bipartisan legislation it passed the house 332-94. majority of both parties. that's a good step in the right direction. >> the senate is expected to vote tomorrow to end debate on the budget deal and a final passage could happen wednesday before lawmakers break for the holidays. insured americans are blaming president obama and health care overhaul for their rising premiums and dedeductibl
dedeductibles. 69% of americans say their premiums are going up next year. 59% say their copays and dedeductibles will be rising and 7% of the people blaming the increases on obamacare. >> water levels along the delta are dropping threatening millions down stream in iran and cambodia. >> susan rice is hosting a series of meetings with israel officials last week and urging jerusalem to use the next six months to test whether iran is really serious about dismantling its nuclear programs. lawmakers in yemen passed measures. the nearly units vote by the r
parliament to the u.s. the motion is still nonbinding rb football isn't the only sport dealing with chronic brain injuries. a year after he admitted suicide at the age of 36, researchers say former big league baseball player ryan freel had chronic traumatic encephalopathy. he is the first major league baseball ever diagnosed with the disorder. he was a fearless player with the cincinnati reds and often diving head-first into bases or crashing into outfield walls. >> important cases like ryan freel make a difference because it is showing us that you don't need to have the kind of hits that we see in football or in hockey or in other real collision sports. you just need a lot of brain trauma it seems. >> freel died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound last december leaving behind three daughters. >> this is a big deal and baseball is making a lot of
changes to deal with this and trying to get away with home plate collisions because the concussion issue is becoming so ers in baseball tas well. >> is the u.s. getting involvd in the chaos in ukraine? we are live. a deadly confession relieved. a newlywed wife admitting she pushed her husband off a cliff when we come back. chevy year end event is a great time to buy an all-new silverado. this interior is incredible! the nav is perfect for my long trips up north this time of year. how far up north? akron. akron's nice. mm. [ male announcer ] chevy's giving more this holiday season, chevy's giving more during the calendar year end event. trade up to the all-new 2014 silverado all star v6 for a total value of $5,250. see your local chevy dealer today.
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again and unhappy with their president and in the middle of mayhem is u.s. senator john mccain. diane, good morning. >> hi, christine. john mccain stood on the stage behind me yesterday and gave a very rousing speech expressing his solidarity with the people in ukraine who have been protesting into this square into their fourth week. as you say, protesting their government who they believe is trying to bring them in a closer union with russia while they want to get closer to the european union and john mccain stood there and said the united states is with you and they chanted in their response, thank you, usa. thank you, usa. this could be construed as the u.s. interfering in this situation but this is what john mccain had to say to that allegation. >> these people love the united states of america, they love
freedom, and i don't think you could view this as anything but our traditional support for people who want free and democratic society. we are not talking about military action and not talking about blockblockades. we are talking about the military sanctions if they continual to brutally repress their people. >> reporter: and the question is, christine, whether he will use force against his people. we have seen two police crackdowns one much more violent than the second and, of course, the protesters are trying their utmost to make sure that this stays peaceful, but that they stay in the eyes of the world. christi christine? >> we will continue to follow that. thank you. eight months after the boston marathon bonks new details about the suspect that was killed.
tamerlan tsarnaev told his mother he felt like two people were inside him and as he got older the other voice grew more demanding. a doctor thought he might be schizophrenic but the family never sought treatment. these are now being published by "the boston globe." friday's terrifying school shooting in centennial, colorado. the governor said it was the quick response of the school deputy that prevented 18-year-old karl pierson from taking more lives. >> this kid by all accounts didn't exhibit the warning signs of mental illness. it's hard to fathom why he would have done this without being somewhat crazy. >> the governor says the security officer followed newly active established protocols for a shooter. the ordeal lasted more than a minute and a half.
pierson died of a gunshot wound after shooting another student who remains in critical condition this morning. an ohio man is charged with murder the in death of a 9-year-old girl whose body was found in a trash bin. 24-year-old metzger was arrested at his home on saturday after the police found the body of the girl near her home in smithville. they say metzger lives in the same mobile home park as the victim. a newlywed who admitted pushing her husband off a cliff after lying to police. jordan graham pleaded guilty last week. she told investigators her husband left town with two friends initially. >> i got a message saying he was going to go for a ride with somebody out of town who was visiting and they were from washington, so my guess is -- so he walked out or made a call or something. he was in the garage. i got a text saying he was going. >> wow. that's not true.
>> no. none of that is true. cody johnson's body was later found in glacier national park. graham's plea deal helped her avoid a first-degree murder charge and a charge of lying to authorities. we are hearing the chilling desperate words of firefighters who died last june in a wildfire. they say the hot shots from the prescott, arizona, fire department likely knew they were going to die. these final radio transmissions recorded from the helmet cam of a firefighter in the seconds before flames overcame that group. >> hotshot. been cut off. we are preparing deployment and we are burning out around ourselves in the brush and give you a call when we are under the shelters. >> the 19 lives lost in the fire makes it the deadliest for firefighters since 1933.
a ruling that strikes down a key provision of the state's polygamy. they challenged the provision that prohibited cohabitation claiming it violated the first amendment. the judge agreed. supporters hailing the ruling as a step for decriminalizing the practice in utah. a giant of the screen and stage is gone this morning. peter o'toole tidied saturday i london after a long illness. he starred in "lawrence of ar arabi." he was 81. hobbit rocking the box office number one for the weekend with almost $74 million
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the sexual assault investigation where he was never charged. he has a very successful year on the field but quite a trying one off for both him and his parents. guys, the national championship game and he has all of next season because he has to play as a sophomore and he is the front-runner to win the heisman trophy again next year. >> that is awfully hard to do winning it back-to-back. who is the guy that did it -- was it griffin? >> archie griffin, yes. >> in the '70s of ohio state. my head is still ringing from that hit that kevin huber took. the punter. >> he didn't sign up for something like that. you're supposed to punt the ball and go to the sidelines. >> broken jaw there. i hope he is doing okay after that. that is hard to see. joe carter, thanks so much. the top headlines. everything you need to know for your day right after this break. [ male announcer ] for every late night, every weekend worked, every idea sold... ♪ you deserve a cadillac, the fastest growing full-line luxury brand
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a deadly snowstorm pounding the east coast. chaos at the airports. tragedy on the roads, folks. indra petersons is tracking the damage and she will tell us what is coming next. an american behind bars for months for posting a parody video online going before a judge this morning. we are live with the latest developments. now is the game of baseball getting too dangerous? reports revealing a deadly brain disease in a former baseball player. did too many concussions ultimately cause ryan freel to take his own life? welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. 29 minutes past the hour.
begin with a messy monday morning in the northeast. millions of people knee-dein snow and digging out right now. more than a foot of snow falling on parts of new york and new england. fedex warning all of the bad weather could mean major delays for millions of holiday packages. >> happy monday, everybody! ice and up to 9 inches of snow making a mess of the roads in pennsylvania. take a look at this tractor-trailer coming within inches of sliding right off of an overpass there. check that out. more of the mayhem in pennsylvania. check out the conditions on i-93. a spinouts and accidents all over the state with more than a foot of snow recorded north of the massachusetts turnpike. >> big concerns about the morning commute throughout boston. freezing rain as temperatures fall and drivers are being warned to take it slow this morning or take it wicked slow they say in the boston area. albany, new york, the capitol is buried under more than a foot of snow.
the temperature with the windchill this morning is 7 below. >> florida escaping the snow but still picking up the pieces. check this out. a brutal storm down there. at least seven homes along florida's palm coast destroyed by an ef-1 tornado saturday night. over 160 more are damaged. nothing left of 77-year-old johnny's house. the storm took off his roof and deposited it on a neighbor's lawn and leaving him beneath the pile of rubble. >> my house blew up and i'm probably dead. i think i prayed a little bit but that's about all. and i said, i think it's over and i got to try to get out of here he and it was pitch dark, of course. i felt my way to the front door. extreme weather for millions of americans this weekend. we are in the clear now, right? oh, no. indra petersons is tracking all of the weather from the cnn
weather center. >> the day in between looking at the radar pretty much all we have right now is lake-effect snow and we are looking a trough. you want to look at all of that cool air that is kind of taking over the eastern half of the country. temperatures today on the mild side if not below normal. this is where we are looking for highs today below freezing. maine 20 and you get the idea it's going to be cold and stay cold for some time and now talk about more snow. why not? right? we have a couple of systems. one making its way out but notice a little tiny little piece of energy clip on through and that is going to bring more snow today in places like chicago. overnight tonight in through tomorrow the mid-atlantic the northeast and lake-effect snow out for you today. about 3 to 5 inches around erie and syracuse and michigan 2 to 3 inches there and the next system we are talking about a threat. we talked about the timing of this really notice by tuesday, you'll start to get a
mid-atlantic going here and in through new england. then it's minor but nothing like what you saw the last time. talking about only several inches, maybe 2 to 4 and new york city 1 to 3 and farther north around portland, maine, 3 to 5 inches. >> at least it's not a foot, right? it's all relative. >> had he a ball this weekend, my son did. >> those are great maps. >> you like those? the head of a task force looking into the edward snowden leaks and warned america's enemies could benefit greatly from these disclosures. cnn is told the information that snowden took that it could be easily exploited.
>> it would give them a road map of what we know and don't know and give them implicitly a way to protect their information from the u.s. intelligence community. >> for an adversary, it is a intelligence game it is a gold mine. >> it is the keys to the kingdom. >> they say the nsa had to spend tens of millions of dollars in technology to make sure snowden couldn't hack into the system or damage it from a distance. john mccain is addressing another intelligence issue. he says the cia lied to congress about bob levinson who went missing in iran seven years ago. they say levinson was conducting private business at the time but his link to the cia was formally reported last week. mccain says it's time to re-examine the oversight role that congress has over its military agencies. is the common ground a sign of compromise on capitol hill? don't count on it. house budget committee children paul ryan and his counterpart patty murray making nice lately
but murray cautions it's not a sign to come. even though ryan calls the deal a good start. >> this isn't a large agreement but this is a symbolic large agreement. i would love to throw a few more zeros at the end of these numbers but the fact we are doing this preventing shutdowns and passing bipartisan legislation it passed the house 332-94. majority of both parties. that's a good step in the right direction. >> the senate is expected to vote tomorrow to end debate on the budget deal and a final passage could happen wednesday before lawmakers break for the holidays. americans with health insurance are blaming president obama and the health care overhaul for rising premiums and deductibles. new a new poll, 69% of americans say their premiums are going up next year. 59% say their copays and deductibles will be rising and 75% of the people blaming the increases on obamacare. john kerry making his return
to the waterways of vietnam. he delivered a message about the growing threat of climate change. a water levels along the delta are dropping and threatening millions down stream in iran and cambodia. west nuclear deal with iran, national security adviser >> susan rice is hosting a series of meetings with israel officials last week. she and the president are urging jerusalem to use the next six months to test whether iran is really serious about dismantling its nuclear programs. reason thousands of pro western demonstrators many waving european flags taking to the streets of kiev on sunday. they are unhappy with their president. in the center of the mayhem was john mccain. listen to what he told demonstrators in the heart of kiev. >> i am a republican. senator murphy is a democrat.
we are here together speaking for the american people in solidarity with you. >> the president tries to at that time country in the opposite direction closer to the russians. senator mccain says the u.s. will not stand by and allow the ukraine government to brutalize it's own people. >> these people love the united states of america. they love freedom. and i don't think you could view this as anything but our traditional support for people who want free and democratic society. we are not talking about military action. we are not talking about blockades. we are talking about the possibility of sanctions if they continue to brutally repress their people. >> mccain calls the uprising in the ukraine an incredible display of patriotism. helicopters dropping barrels filled with explosives on residential neighborhoods killing dozens of people,
including 16 children in syria. appears contact sports like football and hoik aren't the only ones causing brain injury. nearly one year after he committed suicide at the age of 36, researchers say former big league baseball player ryan freel had cte, he is the first major league baseball ever diagnosed with the disorder. he was a fearless player with the cincinnati reds often diving head-first into bases and crashing into outfield walls. >> important cases like ryan freel make a difference because it is showing us that you don't need to have the kind of hits that we see in football or in hockey or in other real collision sports. you just need a lot of brain trauma it seems. >> freel died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound last december leaving behind
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youtube. sara has been covering this story and joins us live from there. what is the latest there? >> we actually went into court today and we watched the proceedings which lasted about three hours because a lot of other cases that came up. but we can see these five men who are all charged under this same cybercrime law that was updated after the arab spring and some analysts say a reason for that, that the government became pretty concerned after seeing what happened in the arab spring and started to clamp down on certain things that went out online. this case has baffled a lot of people. the american and his friends, the family of cassim says, look, it was just supposed to be funny. a lot of people have watched this video online on. we ourselves have gone through it with a fine-tooth comb and very little in there that would suggest any kind of threat to the nation. however, it is being looked at very differently by uae authorities and if you sort of
get some idea of what they were trying to say, they were joking about a neighborhood being dangerous, a suburb of dubai being dangerous which everyone here knows it's one of the safest places you can be. they did stand up in court all five in front of a judge and took about five minutes and sat down and later on in the couple of hours later, the judge said, okay, well, come back december 23rd. that is all that happened in court today. i can tell you though, in sitting there there is certainly some nervous smiles and people waving at their family and some of the five who are all arrested have been in jail for eight months have been looking over at their family members as the proceeding was going on. >> cassim in prison eight months and has to wait another week before he find anything else out. how did he look? did he appear any worse for the wear? >> i have to tell you i didn't even recognize him. i had to ask someone in the court if that was him. he looked a lot thinner than you
see on the video and his pictures. he looked -- he was one of the only ones of the five people there, one of the only ones that didn't actually look over to family members sitting. he looked gaunt and he was looking down. he wasn't smiling. he had grown out his hair. he looked different. he definitely looked different. we did hear from someone who had been in prison with him who told us that it seemed that he was a bit depressed, he was a bit low that this was very hard for him and none of them really understood what exactly they were in jail for after explaining that this was just something funny and it was a joke and a documentary, if you will. there is a lot of frustration but we do know there is a lot of people pulling for him. we know that the minnesota governor, for example, has contacted the state department and, as you know, a-list hollywood will farrell, the comedian and some of his buddies from funny or die have come out asking the uae to release cassim and his friends for doing what
comedians do all the time which is make people laugh. >> sara sinder, thank you. new details emerging about the suspect who was killed in the boston bombings. cam ter land tsarnaev may have been hearing voices in his head. as he got older the voice grew nor demanding and a doctor worried that tamerlan tsarnaev might be schizophrenic but they never seeked medical advice on that. colorado gochlt praisie gor is praising the physical response of the school computer who prevented 18-year-old karl pierson from tag more lives. >> this kid, by all accounts, wasn't -- didn't exhibit the warning signs of mental illness.
it's hard to fathom why he would have done this without being somewhat crazy. >> the governor says the security officer followed newly established active shooter protocols. pierson died of a gunshot wound after shooting another student who remains in critical condition this morning. experts say the elite granite mountain hot shots from the prescott, arizona, fire department likely knew they were going to die. these final radio transmissions recorded from the helmet cam of a firefighter in the seconds before flames overcame the group. >> the hot shot. been cut off. we are preparing deployment site and we are burning out around ourselves in the brush and i will give you a call when we are under the shelters. >> the 19 lives lost in the yarnell hill fire made it the deadliest for firefighters since
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life-like robots, what is google doing with an army of robots? >> your "new day" starts right no now. >> good morning. welcome to "new day." it is monday, december 16th. 6:00 in the east. we begin with what could be a game changer in sports. baseball is in focus. medical damage in the brain consistent with cte, once known for wild catches and all out style of play, he killed himself near the end of the year. this epidemic, is it not restricted to football and hockey? could there be more far reaching results? let's start with