dicaprio and we have all the winning moments. your "new day" starts right now. good morning. welcome to "new day." breaking overnight, a southwest airlines jet with 125 passengers on board landing at the wrong missouri airport and the landing was a nail biter. the boeing 737 was supposed to touch down in branson last night. somehow the plane landed seven miles away. get this, the runway was less than 4,000 feet. that is meaningful for a plane that size. what happened here, rene? >> we're still trying to get to the bottom of that but at the moment, one big math problem. this airport in missouri,
they're working on considering the length of the plane, the weight of the plane to determine if this plane that ended up at the wrong airport can safely take off. a hard landing and the smell of burning rubber, two indications to passengers on southwest flight 4013 that something was wrong after their plane landed at the wrong airport. coming within 300 feet of a steep en bancmembankment at the the runway. the plane showed up at taney county airport, about seven miles from its destination. >> one of the planes ended up
landing at port airport. >> we got a call saying the plane has landed at an airport nearby. and we're thinking surely not a jet plane could land there. >> officials say if the pilot didn't brake when he did, the plane could have overshot the runway and tumbled on to a nearby highway. a passenger captured the aftermath on video, which shows passengers being evacuated from the plane before being bussed to the correct airport. in november a 747 dream lifter cargo plane landed at the wrong kansas airport on a runway half a mile shorter than it usually uses. despite fears, the dream lifter would be stuck indefinitely. the jumbo jet eventually took off without incident. southwest is hoping for a similar successful outcome for
their boeing 737, though they've given no timetable as to when they plan to fly out. >> investigators say they don't have enough information at this point to say why this plane landed at the wrong location, but it's a frightening incident. it certainly raises some serious questions about how a mistake like this could happen, kate. >> it really stumps you with all the computers they have on board how this could happen. >> it could be going from bad to worse for governor chris christie. a cnn exclusive shows that an investigation is launched. let's get the latest from our correspondent who is breaking all of these details for us.
good morning, chris. >> reporter: good morning, kate. officials are looking into details of an advertising campaigned that featured the new jersey governor and his family. when hurricane sandy hit new jersey last year, chris christie led from the trenches. and his skillful response shot him into political super stardom. but a new federal investigation into how the governor spent some of the sandy relief money could threaten to wash away the foundation of his political brain. federal investigators will investigate the $25 million tourism marketing campaign, a campaign that was paid for with sandy recovery money. >> the jersey shore is open. >> because we're stronger than the storm. >> a campaign that featured
christie and his family during an election year. he says this is not about politics. >> this is money that could have directly been used for sandy recovery. many of my constituents still haven't got i don't knten the m rebuild their homes or to help. >> reporter: he has a big question about how much taxpayer money was spent to make those ads. the winning bid, a $4.7 million campaign featuring christie and family. the next lower bid that lost out was nearly half the price at $2.5 million and wouldn't have featured the governor. the ads caused controversy as they hit the airwaves while he was running for reelection. democrats slammed him arguing it gave the incumbent governor an advantage. at the time his aides said the
winning bid provided more value. the office of the inspector general at the department of urban development has concluded there is enough evidence to launch a full-scale investigation. >> reporter: taxpayer dollars that could have been used for sandy relief were used for adds promoting the government because he was in them with his family during an election campaign. >> reporter: as bad as the george washington bridge scandal is, if the investigation finds he misused funds, it could get farce worse. we've reached out to christie's office and the inspector general but they've let to get back to us with a response. the ves investigation is likely take months but it will result in a result. >> and west virginia's tainted
water crisis builds into a fifth day. 300,000 residents across nine counties have been forced to go without tap water since thursday. why? a chemical used to clean coal leaked into the water supply. alexandra field is in west virginia. >> reporter: good morning, chris. no one has been given the green light to turn on their tap water just yet. officials are saying once the water was deemed to be safe, there could be more problem if everyone is brought back online at once so they will make zones. still no word on when that notification will come. >> in a state of emergency, you do whatever it takes. >> reporter: firefighters in charleston, west virginia come to the rescue with water.
the lines to collect keep growing. 300,000 people have been forced to get by on bottled water since thursday. that's when a chemical leak was fond to have tainted the water supply. schools are shut down, water samples are being tested around the clock for signs of improvement. >> i believe we're at a point where we can say we see light at the end of the tunnel. >> reporter: but there's still no specific timeline for lifting the water ban. it will happen in phases. >> people are anxious. they don't have certainty of what's going on. >> reporter: officials believe more than 7,500 gallons of a chemical used to clean coal leaked into a water storage tank. the probably recommend was discovered around 8:00 thursday morning when someone reported smelling the scent of licorice.
>> i think there should be a thorough investigation at freedom industries. >> reporter: investigators say it will take weeks to determine whether the leak could have somehow been prevented and how quickly it was detected. for another day people in west virginia are left high and dry. cnn has reached out to freedom industry for a response. they held a press conference offering an apology. ten people are hospitalized, 169 people have already been treated and released. kate? >> we sure hope that's the, tent -- extent of houw bad this coud have gotten. >> let's turn to israel where one of the most controversial statesmen will be laid to rest. earlier this morning a state
memorial ceremony was held for ariel sharon. world leaders, including joe biden, will attend the service. >> reporter: it's been an extraordinary few days here in israel with the passing of ariel sharon, one of the most controversial military and political leaders this country has ever seen. earlier today and the past 24 hours there's been an official memorial service where world leaders gathered to pay their respect, including u.s. vice president joe biden. the coffin carrying ariel sharon is now making its way to the south of the country in southern israel on to his own farm, his ranch here where within the next hour or so we expect he will be buried on top of this mound behind me, next to the grave of his second wife, lilly, who died in 2000. it will be a full military burial. his coffin, we're told will be
carried by senior figures, generals of the israeli military. his sons will be there, and will be attended by joe biden and tony blair, the britain prime minister as well. after eight years of being in a coma, the people will finally bid farewell to their leader. >> thank you, matthew chance. we'll be following those events. >> let's take a look at some of the other headlines today. a new analysis suggests the nsa surveillance program may not help prevent terror attacks. the study finds traditional law enforcement efforts provides evidence to initiate most terror cases. those are in line with a white house appointed review group. they looked at 225 domestic
terror investigations since the september 11th terror attacks. >> iran's nuclear deal with six major world powers now has a start date. that date is january 20th. that is when the country pledges to start eliminating some of its uranium stockpile. the deal freezes iran's disputed nuclear program in exchange for eased economic sanctions. once the deal starts at the rand world powers will start negotiating a final settlement. at least trying to. >> it's not looking good for 1.3 million americans who have lost their long-term unemployment benefits. this has hit a new snag now that a group of republicans say they do not like the way the democrats plan to pay for this bill. most observers say it's unlikely this bill has enough support to pass. >> developing this morning, tyson foods is recalling nearly 34,000 pounds of chicken that may be contaminated with
salmonella. it was shipped for institutional use. the department of agriculture says it was not sold in retail stores. it has been linked to seven illnesses at a tennessee correctional facility. >> a privately launched supply ship finally made it to the space station. what did santa leave? eagerly awaited gifts from the astronauts' family, fresh fruit and 3,000 pounds of groceries, as well as equipment and experiments. groceries not usually a sexy gift but it's all relative. >> and less calories because it's weightless in space. that's science. and speaking of science, it's time for indra peterssons. >> all i can think of is tang and those little frozen ice
creams. yum! we are going do see temperatures changing. look at the midwest. this looks cold but these are above normal temperatures. you may want to look to the northeast or south where you're seeing 50s or 60s. keep in mind it is changing. a series of cold fronts will be making its way through. it is not going to be as cold as the arctic air. we will see a cooling off as we good towards the end of the weekday by day. there will be a series of cold fronts making their way through. you'll start seeing rain in the south that will spread into the ohio valley by tomorrow. by tomorrow pay attention on the east coast. you'll see this low form. as it does so, it will be bring along the east coast. as long as it stays right on the border there, the bulk of the rain will actually stay offshore. then this guy clears off. by tomorrow another system makes its way through. a bit of a wintry mix the
farther north you are but still some light rain out of this. the bulk of the rain farther down around the gulf. got a biggie here. we are just cooling off each day, a little rain, very mild and i feel like i'm getting a break. >> thanks, indra. >> los angeles had some mild wealth and the a-listers were out in force. meryl streep, sandra bullock, tom hughes just to name a few. but the night's biggest winners may have been the hosts. short night for you, my friend. give us the highlights. >> reporter: it's like good morning, good night. i'm not sure which one it is. yes, i do still have golden
globes hair and make-up, don't judge me. it just the way it is this morning. but the first reviews are in. they're in for the ladies and they are stellar for tina fey and amy pohler. the word being used for them are gorgeous, funny. people are loving that they called matt damon the garbage man. i've been telling you guys, the hollywood foreign press loves to shock. some of the night's winners left many of us saying whoa. hollywood's biggest stars uninhibited. >> i'm going to go up there and take that statue no matter what name is called. >> and mega watt energy turned up the red carpet. >> i feel good. >> once inside, tina fey and amy pohler didn't hold nothing back. >> it's the story of how george clean would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age.
>> pohler even donned a wig and took her wild antics into the crowd. it was a night full of nerve racking wins. >> i'm as nervous as everybody else. >> and tipsy star speeches. >> have i a few vodkas under my belt. okay. >> best mini series actress jacqueline bisset stole the stage with a bizarre two and a half minute speech. >> i said like my mother, what did she used to say, go to hell and don't come back. >> jennifer lawrence won best supporting actress for her role in "american hustle." >> i'm sorry i'm shaking so much. >> leonardo dicaprio won best actor for "the wolf of wall
street." >> i didn't prepare anything! >> i never win. i can't believe i won. >> and it was a good night for "breaking bad." >> taking home best actor and tv series for its last season. but "12 years a slave" and "american hustle" took home the night's biggest honors, best motion picture drama and comedy. >> one of the wonderful benefits of the motion picture business is that we get to make films about people, about the art of survival, resilience and about reinvention. >> reporter: i know we're going to have time a little buiit lat on for our take this morning but people are still saying "brooklyn nine-nine" for best
comedy series? and yesterday i was on the red carpet saying the best actor in a drama category would be a very interesting category. everyone should watch out for robert redford and matthew mcconaughey. what happened? matthew mcconaughey won. so this could change the landscape come oscar nomination time. and by the way, i think one of my favorite moments yesterday was the whole jacqueline bisset thing. she was so taken aback and flummoxed, it's almost like what happened when i mitt chris cuomo. >> yes, i specifically remember saying when i met you go to hell and don't come back, just like my mother used to say. if you say it with a british accent it sounds good. >> that's why you love the golden globes because they're drinking the whole time. >> exactly.
>> good stuff, good stuff. coming up on "new day," we turn to something that is no laughing matter. robert gates speaking out. the harsh allegation about the war strategy had the white house in damage control after his book came out but now he is the one offer the defensive. new information you'll want to hear. >> and a-rod still denying using steroids and he won't give up without a fight. the latest up next. 15 days, but not in a row. for the first time, you can use nicorette... even if you slip up... so you can reach your goal. [ male announcer ] now, quit on your own terms with nicorette or nicoderm cq. [ male announcer ] now, quit on your own terms it's donut friday at the office. aso every friday morning they psend me out to get the goods. but what they don't know is that i'm using my citi thankyou card at the coffee shop, so i get 2 times the points. and those points add up fast. so, sure, make me the grunt. 'cause i'll be using those points to help me get to a beach in miami.
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morning in the alex rodriguez alleged doping scandal. the slugger is planning to file a lawsuit as soon as today to challenge his 162-game ban. john berman is here with more. that was a big interview. >> 162 games is the longest suspension for performance-enhancing drugs in baseball history. why so long? there are the stunning new allegations this morning for the man who said he gave a-rod drugs and allegedly, changed hundreds and hundreds of text messages with the star about how to beat the tests. >> testosterone, insulin growth factor one, human growth hormone and some different forms of peptieds. >> reporter: a new damaging blow for embattled baseball star alex
rodriguez. the former chief of biogen sis telling "60 minutes" he personally delivered and injected rodriguez with banned substances. >> alex is scared of needles. so at times he would ask me to inject. >> you've injected him? >> yes. >> personally? >> yes. >> reporter: an arbitrator has banned a-rod for 162 games, the entire season. but a-rod is not done yet saying "have i been clear i do not hughes performance enhancing substances. >> i would give rodriguez the same advice i gave years ago, just fess up. >> reporter: rodriguez and other players were suspended last year
after it was found then used performance-enhancing drugs. >> why he would continue to fight, no one knows. >> reporter: rodriguez says he still plans to travel to tampa for spring training. whether he'll be back for 2015 will be up to the yankees. >> unfortunately this is part of baseball. this is part of baseball. when you ask these guys to play a hundred plus games back to back, jump on a plane, get off a plane, all these road trips, their bodies break down. this has always been part of the game. >> i think a lot of people would disagree that performance-enhancing drugs should be part of baseball. a-rod plans to lose more than $20 by sitting out next year. keep in mind he's still owed $61 million when he gets back.
his attorneys will likely ask a federal judge for an injunction while he continues to try to clear his name. this arbitration process supposed to be confidential. >> and it really has been anything but. this entire thing has played out so publicly. >> a lot of that is a-rod's fault but you're right, anything but confidential. >> thanks, sean. >> thank you. >> coming up, we've heard from the man who alleges he gave a-rod these drugs. what is a-rod's response? we'll have that interview coming forward this morning. >> and the final four is set in the nfl. we is the seahawks and 49ers and not colossal matchup between tom brady and peyton manning. why do i say that with a sad voice? because it has been a very sad weekend for me and john berman,
sitting at this desk hurts me. it really cuts to the core. >> not only are we going to get to see the best four team going at it, we'll get to see tom brady versus peyton manning for the 15th time. peyton manning struggled in the playoffs in the past but he was solid yesterday afternoon. they held off to get the win 24-17. now we'll get brady/manning for the third time in the afc championship team. kickoff is set for 3:00 p.m. eastern on sunday. t and colin kaepernick leading the way for san francisco. check out in touchdown in the third quarter. he's going to mock cam newton's celebration touchdown. once he gets to the end zone, he mocks cam newton's touchdown
celebration and his kiss of the bicep. if t and the seahawks are limiting ticket sales to people who live in neighboring states, as long as montana, alaska and hawaii. no california on that list. you'll have to go to the secondary ticket market. they're trying to keep that homefield advantage for these big playoff advantage and keep the scalpers away from getting the good seats. >> andy, i don't know what to do with you either. you said the best four teams in football african-american i don't know -- i don't know what to do. >> recordwise. >> not the best in our hearts. >> it wasn't even a good one. the colts just got smacked around. >> let's not talk about it. >> i felt bad for them. >> let's not talk about it.
>> i felt the patriots were going to die of exhaustion. they had to score another touchdown. imagine! >> they had gatorade around his belts and all the colts couldn't catch him. >> coming up on "new day," dennis rodman is speaking out again. he has new comments as he's getting ready to head back to america. why he says he did nothing wrong. ♪ like a drifter i was born to walk alone ♪ it's time for advil cold and sinus. [ male announcer ] truth is that won't relieve all your symptoms. hmm? [ male announcer ] new alka seltzer plus-d relieves more symptoms than any other behind the counter liquid gel. thanks for the tip. [ male announcer ] no problem. oh...and hair products. aisle 9. [ inhales deeply ] oh what a relief it is. ♪
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john berman is here once again for a look at the atheadlines this morning. >> the faa investigating how a southwest airlines jet with 121 passengers on board somehow landed at the wrong airport in missouri instead of touching down in branson, last night. the plane touched down safely. we're still waiting for an explanation from southwest about how this all happened. >> a federal investigation will be launched into a major tourism push in new jersey following hurricane sandy, featuring governor chris christie and his whole family despite less expensive options that would not have included them. critics argue christie benefited in an election year. >> and fran president frances
holland wife will be released released from the hospital today. >> and an earthquake in puerto ri rico. no tsunami warnings have been issued. >> robert gates is firing back at critics. gates is standing firm, chiding the president for lacking passion on afghanistan, even as some fellow republicans are now taking him to task. cnn's jim acosta is live at the white house. jim. >> reporter: good morning, chris. robert gates kicked off a media
blitz for hirst new book over the weekend. he's going to be signing books at the pentagon, doing talk show appearances all week long, all fr wearing a neck brace from a recent injury. no regrets from former defense secretary robert gates. >> it's an honest account. >> reporter: as critics pounce on his new memoir, "duty." gates said in an interview with "sunday morning" that while he admired the president, he believed mr. obama was only focused on getting out of afghanistan. >> it's one thing to tell the troops that you support them. it's another to work at making them believe that you believe as president that their sacrifice is worth it. >> reporter: it doesn't get any better for vice president joe biden, who according to gates planted seeds of doubt in the
president's mind about military commanders. >> where i had a particular problem with the vice president was in his encouragement of suspicion of the military and the senior military with the president. >> reporter: detractors claim gates put out his book too soon, just two and a half years after leaving the pentagon while president obama still has three years left in office and u.s. troops remain in afghanistan. even some of gates' fellow republicans argue he should have waited to issue his scathing critique. >> if i would have given him advice, i would have waited. >> my preference would be that people refrain from righting these things until the president is out of office. >> as he kicks off a tv tour, gates doesn't plan on staying quiet, even if it includes weighing in on 2016 and whether hillary clinton would make a good president. >> actually, i suppose she would. >> and on biden?
>> i have to say even handed i suppose he would. >> as for returning to politics, gates says no thank you. >> retail giant hacked, the personal information of millions compromised. now the ceo of target is speaking out but does he even have a clue of how it all happened? fiber that's taste-free, grit-free and dissolves completely. so you can feel free to add it to anything. and feel better about doing it. better it with benefiber.
misunderstood. what was the reaction? >> reporter: it was an emotional dennis rodman today. a controversial trip and it seemed the pressure had seemed to really get to him. he spoke to one of our producers before he was confronted by the media pack and he said he was sorry he wasn't able to do more for american missioner ken earth bae. >> i'm sorry about what's going on in north korea. i'm not god, i'm not an ambassador, i'm no one. >> reporter: a slightly different tone from dennis rodman, arriving at beijing international airport after nearly a week in north korea. initially not wanting to talk about his trip, then within minutes, he couldn't resist. >> i haven't done anything wrong. nothing wrong. so i don't know why people are saying that, well, dennis rodman this, dennis rodman that.
it's not about me. >> reporter: he believes his efforts inside this reclusive country have been wrongly represented and unappreciated, insisting his basketball diplomacy has been a success. >> i just went over there to show the world the fact that we can actually get along in sports. that is it. >> reporter: members of rodman's team have also spoken out in defense of the controversial visit. >> i think i'm astute enough to understand the dynamics. we did not get paid from north korea at all. >> they were blinded by the pay day. ♪ happy birthday to you >> reporter: rodman's visit featured many bizarre moments and his profanity-laced interview with "new day"'s chris cuomo, igniting a fire storm of
criticism, especially after his seeming justification for kenneth bae's imprisonment. >> do you understand what bae d did in this country? >> reporter: rodman later apologized. the future of kenneth bae remains uncertain. >> reporter: as for dennis rodman, he is on a plane to the united states but he says that he may return to north korea, chris and kate, as early as next month. >> we're sure we'll be hearing about it then. anna, thank you so much for that. indra, looking at rain here, there and everywhere? >> yeah, we have rain here. we're warm in the west, they're continuing to be dry. they're looking at strong winds
coming up in the next several days. the humidity supposed to go to single digits and so fire will be a risk. this is not a big deal, a couple of degrees each day as a couple of cold front make their way through. showers are going to be making their way through at the same time. in the evening, extending into the ohio valley. overnight that makes its way into the northeast. it makes its way up along the eastern sea board. the bulk of the rain stays offshore. all you're talking about are gloomy conditions out there. you get another breather tomorrow night only to have another cold front and another cold front behind it. that's kind of the trend for the week. we only get rain out west kind of january and february. if you don't see it now, bad
news. >> thanks, indra. >> we need the rain. we need it all. it's part of the season. keep your chin up. let's take a break. remember how target had all that information hacked. good thing it was limited to only one store, right? no, it wasn't. the ceo of target is coming up. we'll show you what he has to say or not say. >> and the teacher who can match justin timberlake on the dance floor. that's coming up next. ♪ ♪ i quit smoking. i've quit for 75 days. 15 days, but not in a row.
welcome back. it is money time. stocks seem to be stuck in a funk, especially after that terrible job report number on friday. chief business correspondent christine romans is in the cnn money center with a look at what's in store today. looks like nasa over there, christine. you must know everything. >> we know everything. the shock of that jobs report still lingering, you guys. the dow set for its fourth straight decline. all major averages are down this year. the 2014 declines are not huge but it's not something you usually see. historically stocks tend to rise at the beginning of the year. this could be a very big day for general motors the automaker might sweep the car and truck of the year awards at the detroit auto show today. gm owns the corvette and
cadillac cts also going up against the mazda three. ge silver aado is gunning for a award. >> and capitalism at work, over 200 marijuana domain names have been sold. >> i'd say so. talking about a huge security breach at retailers. neiman marcus saying a database of customer information has been compromised. this comes after target found that information was stolen from nearly 100 million customers. now the ceo of target is speaking out in a new cnbc
interview. he were's a little bit of it. >> i was devastated. how could this happen to target? i'm personally very sorry that this whole event even happened. >> joining us now with the latest on the investigation into these hacks, cyber security expert sco expert. there's still a lot of information that needs to come out about what happened in the neiman marcus case. but you have these two hack, two security breaches that and around the same time. is there any way you think these two could be linked? >> very high probability that they're linked. and there will probably be other retailers that will come out that they've been hacked. >> and targets could be upwards
of 110 million customers affected. >> this is huge. it's unbelievable how many people actually were hacked in this case. and if you think about it, how did it happen? it's really the security standards. they're very lax. if you look at europe, if you look at canada, they've implemented chip and pin technology, which is basically an embedded microchip on our credit cards. it's much, much safer, more secure and it's encrypted. so at the time of purchase, you're not swiping and just taking information off the mag strip. none of that information can be pulled down at the point of sale terminal, which is exactly what happened in the case of target and most likely the same thing with neiman marcus. >> so it's interesting. you're not saying the hackers are not better beyond our capabilities. they're not using best
capabilities yet. >> yes. this is old technology. they haven't spent the money. >> what does it make you think when the ceo sounds surprised? >> it surprises me. priority one should be consumer data, keeping that protected. certain things they did wrong there certainly, allowing that to get hacked. but of even more concern probably is the trust factor. why did they not come out sooner and let the consumers know there was a hack. they're required by pci compliance to do that but it still took a number of days in both instances with target and even the second hack there before they actually started revealing. and they only revealed bits and pieces of some of that was erroneo erroneous, they said it wasn't the pin data, it wasn't the
security on the back but it was. what do consumers say? what do i do? should i even shop? people are hesitant. i was in target the other day and i think i counted about five or six people on line in front of me. it was a ghost town. people are nervous. people are using cash instead of taking out their credit card. >> the target ceo also said they still don't know the extent of really what happened, which is amazing after what they said they investigated and jumped on it right away. >> you can't investigate what you don't understand and it seems like that's what you're saying, scott, they haven't made it their business to be in the secure transaction business the way perhaps we see online and until they do that, they're going to be a lot more vulnerable. >> they need to spend a lot more money there for sure. >> thank you, scott. >> there's always the one teacher who earns the cool
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>> "new day" exclusive, a-rod's historic suspension. new allegations from the man saying he injected rodriguez directly. but the slugger is fighting back. his lawyer joins us exclusively. >> and golden moments. the brash and boozy award show did not disappoint. we have all the moments you just can't miss. your "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. >> good morning. welcome back to "new day." overnight a southwest flight to missouri missed by a mile. actually, it was nearly ten miles. they landed safely only to be told they were at the wrong
airport. they were supposed to land at branson and ended up in taney. the problem goes further because the runway is shorter. it's less than 4,000 feet long. that's about half the length of the airport where the flight was supposed to land. the ntsb is now investigating. rene has more. >> reporter: chris, we just got that information that the ntsb is investigating why these pilots flying the plane got it so wrong. as you mentioned, the passengers did make it off safely but now the task is getting that plane out thereof and it involves a lot of math. at this hour teams from boeing, southwest and that airport in missouri are crunching the numbers, considering the weight of the plane and the length of the runway to determine if this plane can safely take off. a hard landing and the smell of burning rubber, two indications to passengers on southwest 3014 that something was wrong after
their plane landed at the wrong airport, coming within 300 feet of a steep embankment at the end of the runway. >> we had a rough landing. the runway i guess was too short for the plane. >> reporter: the plane, carrying more than 100 passengers, was scheduled to land at missouri's branson's airport sunday night but instead showed up at taney county airport, about seven miles from the intended destination. >> one of the planes ended up landing at point lookout airport and needed aid. >> reporter: the runway at taney county airport is about half the length of the runway at branson. >> we got a call saying the plane has landed at an airport nearby. we're thinking surely not a jet plane could land there. >> reporter: officials say if the pilot didn't brake when he did, the plane could have overshot the runway and tumbled on to a highway. passenger scott schieffer
captured the aftermath on video. it shows passengers evacuating the plane before being bussed to the larger airport. in november, a boeing 747 cargo plane also landed at the wrong airport, this time in kansas, on a runway half a mile shorter than it usually uses. despite fierce the dream lifter would be stuck indefinitely, it took off without incident. >> no timetable on when we may see take-off. sources want to get this done as soon as possible. investigators say they don't have enough information yet to say why the plane landed in the wrong location, but we should mention southwest does have a good reputation. but this comes on the heels of that hard landing right there at laguardia this summer where about ten people were injured in that incident. kate? >> rene, thank you for that. new developments to tell you
this morning. a big step forward in a deal brokered to limit iran's nuclear program. iran has pledged to begin eliminating some of their uranium stockpile starting january 20th. jim acosta joins us live with the latest. wee finally now have the start date of this six-month deal. >> reporter: that's right. you'll recall last november the united states and five other countries brokered the deal with iran. they started to set some of the key details of carrying this out. on january 20th iran agreed to start eliminating its stockpile of higher levels enriched uranium. that will begin on january 20th, one week from today. in, change the u.s. and its allies will start loosening some of those sanctions, about $7 billion worth on iran and nuclear weapon inspectors will be allowed into key iranian sites. now, there are some critics in
congress who are not satisfied. there is a bill in the senate now that has attracted widespread bipartisan support for new economic sanctions, despite the fact that john kerry says this is the first time you're starting to see the the threat roll back. all side agree it's a very delicate process at this point, even something the iranians echoed yesterday. >> thank you very much. also new this morning, a warning from the state department. americans traveling to the winter olympics in sochi, russia need to stay alert to terror acts and kidnappings, this as several terrorists were arrested over the weekend carrying tnt. nic robertson is in moscow.
nic? >> reporter: yeah, chris, the state department is saying there isn't a specific terror threat at the moment but they are warning any americans traveling to sochi for the limb pibs of the threats that are in the region, of the past terror attacks that have taken place not so far from sochi. also at this time, the fbi teaming up with russian security to monitor the whole region there. just three weeks before the olympic games kick off in sochi, security remains a paramount concern after a string of attacks and terror arrests. the u.s. state department issuing a travel alert over the weekend warning u.s. citizens planning to attend the games that they should remain attentive at all times, warning of possible acts of terrorism, including bombings and hostage takings. on saturday five suspects possessing nearly five pounds of tnt in a home made explosive
device were detained and arraigned in southern russia, more than 200 miles from sochi. >> this event is going to be very difficult because it's taking place in an area that we know to be a hotbed for terrorism. >> reporter: terror concerns are real. just last month surveillance cameras captured this powerful explosion inside the train station. insurgents blamed for at least 34 deaths. the fbi and other personnel are now on the ground assisting russia's security force, more than 37,000 strong. >> they've asked for specific assistance, for most likely intelligence sharing, cyber threats. >> reporter: the state department is also alert, americans on russia' declared ban on any promotion of gay relationships to minors.
those traveling to the games found in violation of the law could face a fine of more than $3,000, up to 14 days in jail and deportation. so the state department is also warning about medical issues. they say that the health services in sochi aren't tested yet for a large number of people, so they perhaps don't offer the same standard of facility you might expect in west and are therefore advising they may want people to get not only medical insurance but evacuation insurance, one of the groups arrested, six men arrested over the weekend told authorities they were noting anything bigger attack. >> and the games are just months away at this point. let's get over to john berman for some of today's other big
stories. >> the nsa's bulk collection of domestic phone records has had no impact on preventing terrorism. that is a new finding this morning from the washington based nonprofit group new america foundation. they studied 225 terrorism cases inside the u.s. since 2001 and found that traditional law enforcement and investigative techniques initiated most of those cases, concluding that the nsa's phone surveillance is not essential. and john kerry at a key meeting today in syria. he added that attending the talks is the only way to a political solution for the conflict which has ripped syria apart for four years. >> developing this morning residents and businesses in some parts of west virginia will like live regain access to their tap water today.
officials will issue zones where people can safely drink and clean with that water. customers will need to flush their plumbing systems and run that water. >> cnn has learned that governor chris christie is facing a federal investigation for using millions from a hurricane sandy relief fund for a television ad campaign. the commercials featured the new jersey governor and his family prom -- promoting tourism. this is -- >> and a california nurse credited for saving the life of a united airlines pilot. linda was doing a puzzle while flying home last month when the crew asked if anyone could
provide medical assistance. she found the pilot slumped over and she hooked up an iv and used a defibrillator. the co-pilot landed the plane and the pilot survived. >> that is amazing. having the skill is one thing. having the poise in that situation, it's impressive. >> and indra, a lot changed over the weekend and into the week, right? >> yes. temperatures last week were 60 below in some places across the country. even in the northeast they were 20 below. all of this kind of seems like no big deal but, yes, we will start to see changes. it was a good weekend. temperatures in the northeast were a goo 15 to 20 degrees above normal. new york city still seeing that trend with temperatures a good 15 degrees above normal. loving this. you're talking about 50s and 60s in comparison to the temperatures we saw just last
week. the temperatures look pretty good. keep in mind they will change. we are going to see the jet stream tip down again and bring some more cold air into the east. however, that arctic air, that is staying north. don't worry about this so some will be out there. the timing for this for the northeast is really kind of in through tomorrow as the low starts to form and cruises up the eastern sea board. the bulk of the rain staying off the coast line. behind it looks like you get a break. and behind that another one. a series of these giers going to be bringing these temperatures down just a little bit. none of them huge rain makers on their own. several inches of rain, the bulk of it staying down to the south. even as they cool off, woor talking about a lot of them
being a little built below normal. >> thank you very much. we have a new exclusive. a-rod's suspension was shortened to 162 games, however ai rod interviewed ant nip bosch, the clinic director o said he personally injected rodriguez with banned substances. joe, we appreciate you taking the opportunity. we're going to get into the interview and in what bosch said. let's take a step back and look at this. i'm hearing roomors there may be a federal case. that's very different than baseball arbitration. given everybody said about a-rod and what he's said in the past, what is the overall strategy to resist what seems somewhat inevitable. >> i don't know about inevitable. 162 games is inexplicable. it's not based on the law, it's
not based on the collective bargaining agreement laid out between the union and major league baseball. there's no basis for it. everyone else got 50 games. somehow 162 is what was levied to alex for no reason. ryan braun, who actually tested positive, unlike alex, and went on a cam pan to besmirch the test collectors wound up with 65 games. that in and of itself is a basis to get us into federal court. >> but what's a-rod's problem? he doesn't seem to want to come clean and say what he had said in the past, which is i did the drugs, i did the peds. how long the suspension is, that's a secondary issue. but that basic proposition, why doesn't he just come clean and say like i said in 2009, yes, i took them but it's bigger than me. why doesn't he make a statement like that? >> he doesn't make a statement like that because he doesn't accept it, it's not true. and this is not like hide the
ball for us. i say this "60 minutes" piece where they picked and choosed things that were actually laughable. we would call on mlb to release all of the transcripts from that arbitration. we would agree to release every word of testimony from that arbitration. any unbiased fact finder would say there's no way there's a finding of guilt based on that evidence. >> what about bosch? this is anthony bosch. he said he gave drugs to a-rod. >> once alex rodriguez was fully into your protocol, what were the various banned substances that he was taking? >> testosterone, insulin growth factor one, human growth hormone and some different forms of
peptides. >> all of them bad? >> all of them bad. alex is scared of needles. so at times he would ask me to inject. >> you've injected him? >> yes. >> i mean, joe, what's your reaction to that? >> obviously he ran the lab, he says he did it, he says he has all these electronic messages between him and a-rod about giving him the drugs. >> i know the evidence in this case. there is not one stitch of evidence that this guy possessed a ped, no one prescription from a pharmacy, nothing. there's not one record in the clinic that says alex received a ped and as far as his testimony regarding alex receiving testosterone, it's only his word and his uncorroborated word alone and this guy is a proven, admitted liar and he has all the motivation to testify against
alex because mlb is giving him a sweet deal, millions of dollars and a book deal, they've agreed to go to federal prosecutors to make sure they do what they can to get him out of a prosecution for pedaling controlled substances to minors in miami, which is unconscionable that major league baseball would put the prosecution of alex rodriguez above the safety of the youth in our society. forget about what i say, it's the science. bosch said in october of 2012 before games three and four of the playoff series between the tigers and yankees in detroit that he was there and he injected alex with testosterone. alex was randomly tested before game four and turned up negative. it would be scientifically impossible for those two facts to be consistent. >> why is a-rod hanging out with a guy like this --
>> he wasn't hanging out with him. >> he has all those messages. >> bosch presented himself as a nutritional guru. it wasn't just alex. others who were not suspended, a bunch of top level ncaa athletes, this covers a fraud, but he presents himself as someone who was on the cutting edge of nutrition when it comes to recovery for athletes. >> so we ended up drawing the blood in the bathroom of this one restaurant/bar/club in the bathroom stall at 8:00 p.m. >> with the crowd there? >> with the crowd right there. >> people coming in and out of the men's room and you're in a stall with alex rodriguez drawing his blood. >> yes. as crazy as that sounds. >> you're saying there's just nothing to it. because it's a pretty wild lie. >> it's a wild lie. it's also ridiculous. this is a guy who has been under
the influence of cocaine over the last several years by his own admission. we have affidavits, we have pictures. >> it doesn't mean he didn't stick a-rod, though. >> of course it doesn't mean that. i saw him yesterday on "60 minutes" put forth some protocols that didn't have alex's name on it. under oath he said he didn't know if it was alex's protocol. yet it made it on "60 minutes" as alex's protocol. the allegation that he was in a men's room at primetime in miami taking his blood with the whole tourniquet blood collecting kit is ridiculous. it defies common sense and defies reality. if you think alex rodriguez would let somebody go into the bathroom of a night club, talk about not sterile, would take blood and put vials -- >> if it's true db. >> you'd probably have a witness to it. >> then why didn't a-rod sit
down and testify at the arbitration if he was so righteous about his innocence? >> listen in, in a fair process be, alex is more than happy to sit down. in a real process we're 2-0. both issues we had to take to federal court, we won both. in this process, the sham of a process, it became evident this was a fate accompli. bud selig imposed the unprecedented 211 game suspension, made the call on it. we had a lot of questions for bud selig. he refused to testify. >> i get the argument of why you're singling out a-rod, is baseball scapegoating one guy for a practice they've known about for a long time, i get all that. but you have to unpack that about whether or not this guy is willing to come clean about himself. he once did admit doing
steroids. he backed off that. >> he hasn't backed off. he admitted it at a time when he didn't have to. he did it because he wanted to come clean with himself and with the public. he didn't have to do that. >> but it hurts your legitimacy, your credibility -- not yours, his. when he doesn't sit down and say did i do them? yes. do the full lance armstrong vient where i did all of it, everybody does it. >> this is not lance armstrong where he went on this crusade to destroy and threaten and hurt people who got in his way. >> but the admission about doing the drugs, admit that and everything else becomes believable. >> you're assuming that it's true. based on this evidence, i will tell you scientifically it appears it can't be true, scientifically. >> you're saying you believe a-rod didn't do any performance-enhancing drugs in his his time with the yankees? >> there's absolutely no evidence to that effect -- >> there's no evidence or he
didn't do it? you're a savvy lawyer but they're different things. >> i believe he didn't do it but there's no evidence and the science behind it supports that he didn't do it. he's one of the most tested athletes in history. he's setting records for being tested and testing cleanly. >> a lot of these other athletes didn't test positive either. >> nelson cruz did a 50-game suspension and he said i wish i didn't take it but i wanted to take it because i wanted to put it behind me answered didn't want that suspension hanging over my head. alex was never april forded a 50-game suspension. >> the higher the stakes go, you go into federal court this time, if you really have a real trial there, you know, the penalties for what you say, if it becomes proven that you're lying, you
saw what happened with clemens but they didn't even charge him with using. those are really high stakes, much more than suspended games. can you suspend your life. you can wind up behind bars. is he concerned? >> not at all. he'll never lie under oath, never has lied under oath and he'll be candid throughout. that's not an issue at all. the issue in federal court is a little different than bosch. in this instance what we're doing is looking to undo an unfair proceeding that was not one that was inclusive of due process and fundamental fairness and some of the standards that are required. even in labor arbitrations. i mean, courts, loath to really get involved in private disputes like labor arbitration, unless the law is not followed. the law wasn't followed here, even by their own standards, their own agreement. even the union is backing up alex on this one. the law is not followed. 162 games is impossible under
their agreement. >> would he have taken a lesser suspension? >> i don't think he should have taken an inning but -- >> not an inning? >> i don't think so. 90% of this evidence should never have made its way in. i heard about these documents that they say bosch authenticated at the hearing. bosch couldn't authenticate it. >> this arbitrator, he threw out other cases, he's been seen as a fair guy. >> has he really? not in major league baseball he hasn't. this arbitrator said let me look back a year and a half ago at the last arbitrator who sat in my seat and in one of the highest profile cases voted against major league baseball and that arbitrator was fired immediately. >> so you think the arbitrator was unfair in this as well? >> when the ash traltor has the ability to be hired and fired by major league baseball and an arbitrator that doesn't want to
be publicly fired, this is a big arbitration. no arbitrator wants to sit in this case and be fired. that's what would have happened if he had voted against major league baseball. that's what they did to the last arbitrator who veeted against this pem i don't think this process is being impartial. >> when does the next step happen sp. >> today. >> you're going to file today? >> yes. >> what's the suit? >> requesting federal court intervention to undo what's been done in this labor arbitration. >> all right, let's see what happens. joe, thank you for taking the opportunity. kate? >> coming up next on "new day," the country will be tuning in tomorrow when governor chris christie gives his state of the state address. will he be able to put the political payback controversy behind him? we'll have the latest ahead in our political gut chuck. also ahead, the winners, the losers, the fashion, the surprises and the cursings. that's straight ahead when "new
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welcome back. the stars shined, the champagne flowed during last night's biggest award. the biggest names in television all under one roof. we're joined live from los angeles. it's as if i've been up all night with how i've been able to talk this morning. but it's you who has been up all night. >> reporter: yeah, but you have to laugh when you think about the acceptance speeches. it does make you a little tongue tied. you're thinking what in the heck
happens here? this show never disappoints, kate. celebrities get to cut loose, kick back and simply have a party. but those inhibitions can and always do lead to those memorable moments. we saw them once again last night. >> hollywood's biggest stars uninhibited. >> i'm going to go up there and take that statue no matter what is called. >> and mega watt energy turned up the red carpet. >> i feel good. >> one inside, hosts tina fey and amy poehler didn't hold nothing back. >> it's the story of how george clooney would rather float away into space and die then spend one more minute with a woman his own age. >> poehler even donned a wig and took her wild antics into the crowd. it was a night full of nerve racking wins -- >> i'm as nervous as everybody else. what happened? >> and tipsy star speeches.
>> i have a few vodkas under my belt. okay. >> best mini series actress jacqueline bisset stole the time with a lengthy minute walkup and bizarre two and a half minute speech. >> i say like my mother -- what did she say? she used to say go to hell and don't come back. >> jennifer lawrence won for best supporting actress. >> and leonardo dicaprio won best actor for "wolf on wall street." and shock for two former snl cast numbers. >> i didn't prepare anything. >> i never win so i can't believe i won. >> the three-hour show was also a fond farewell for crime drama series "breaking bad." >> such a lovely way to say good-bye to the show that meant so much to me. >> taking home best actor and tv
series for its last season. but "12 years a slave" and "american hustle" took home the night's biggest honors, best motion picture drama and comedy. >> one of the wonderful benefits of the motion picture business is that we get to make films about people, about the art of survival, resilience and about reinvention. >> here, here. brian cranston told me he was going to pull a kanye last night. whoever won, he was going to rush the stage. good thing he was the winner. i think andy sandberger is still having a say what now moment after his surprise win for "brooklyn nine-nine." his cast mates said once people get ahold of this show, they will understand just how good it is and a win last night will go a long ways toward doing that. and people are talking about jennifer lawrence once again but
can i highlight amy adams who won for best actress in "american hustle." she was so good in this movie. watch out for her. this could become a race between her and cate blanchett when we see oscar nominations on thursday morning. >> she could call this a win that she didn't slip and fall as she was trying to make it to the mic. >> exactly. i heard you mention fashion. a little later on when we run down our best, i have our best dressed last night. think about what you thought about the fashion so we can talk about it. >> fair warning, we will talk. i will already say you did look beautiful. >> you want to take a break? >> all i heard was golden globe blah, blah, blah, and then i
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tomorrow he is set to give his annual state of the state address. all eyes will be on that. the question is what are the questions he has left unanswered? joining us with more, cnn chief correspondent john king. good morning, john. >> reporter: happy monday. >> what do you think? people had a weekend to turn their attention away from the chris christie scandal a little bit. where do things stand now? looking better for chris christie? >> i think every republican voter is going to follow this every day? probably not. but the stakes are high for christie. and there are perils and opportunities. the peril is who ordered that vendet vendetta? we don't know that. e-mails suggest there was at least a conversation about this among other top christie aides, including his chief counsel. christie fired one aide. but there are still questions about who knew in the office,
when did they no it, what did they know about it. not every governor gets a lot of national attention when he delivers state of the state address as governor krchristie tries to move on to the national stage. his record as governor is going to matter. he's going to get a lot of attention here. i'm sure he'll work the speech over a little extra. >> do you think the attention is warranted given the scale and cope of what's being vett investigated here? and do you believe the pushback criticism, that the media seems more concerned about taking down chris christie than it did about taki the irs and the like? >> i've also asked questions about benghazi and we asked a lot of questions about the irs and the obama supporters gave us grief then saying why didn't you do as much during the bush
administration, during this or that. that comes with the territory. he's the governor of a prominent state. this would be a big story in his state anyway, whether he has national ambitions anyway. because he has national ambitions, because he took the job of the head of the republican governor social security yau-- association, thi warrants criticism. when you fire your chief of staff and push out your aide, that comes with the territory. >> what do you make of the reaction or the muted reaction from fellow republicans? i guess it shouldn't be any surprise that no one really wants to get out in front of this while there are still so many unanswered questions, but they are either giving him the benefit of the doubt and saying it's too early to tell. >> rand paul gave the most interesting answer, a guy who has had fights with chris christie in the past, a likely
rival if both seek the presidential nomination. both are saying we don't want to touch this. chris christie does not have a ton of friends in the republican party yet he has a ton of appeal in the republicans party. this is so petty, just so small if you will that a lot of people are shaking their head, they're going to see if he can get out of this on his own. this is an ultimately local issue but it could have national implications. politicians, just like voters, are going to watch to see where the investigation leads. >> i guess so. thanks, john. nice to see you. >> happy monday. >> we're going to repeat it until it's true. happy monday. >> let's take a break here on "new day." a reported love triangle in the spotlight. france's first lady taken to the hospital. is an alleged affair finally
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welcome back to "new day." it's a scandal gripping the world attention. today the first lady of france could be released from the hospital. she was admitted for exhaustion over the weekend following reports that france's president is having an affair. his alleged mistress, a famous french actress. we are tracking developments from london. what's the latest on the
condition of the first lady? >> reporter: hi, kate. this morning the french foreign minister speaking out saying that this isn't like the united states and france. the president's private life is just that. and whispers of the alleged affairs not all that unusual, but what seems to be really raising eyebrows in this case, that the drama is playing out so publicly. it's the international love saga playing out in the tabloids. the first lady of france, the nine had much year partner of president francois holland, has been hospitalized since friday with exhaustion after allegations surfaced that he was having an affair with french actress julie gaya. he would slip out of the palace and be driven by motor scooter
to and from her apartment. he is threatening legal action against the magazine but has not denied the affair. >> there is legal embarrassment to have his name and photograph involved in such a story. >> reporter: holland is no stranger to having his private life in the public eye. he's never been married. she spent several years with his common law wife until he met his current wife. >> we don't really hollande is
president to find himself the topic of gossip. nicolas sarkozy reportedly had an affair with his second wife while he was still married to his first. a news conference is scheduled for tomorrow. it's meant to be folk cused on president's plans on the ailing economy. we're still waiting to hear words on the first lady's condition. she's expected to be released from the hospital today. >> thank you so much. >> let's take a break here on "new day." when we come back, one giant leap for space tourism as virgin galactic launches its latest ship. we'll take you inside the test flight, the next best thing to a ticket and cheaper, coming up. u. so i deserve a small business credit card
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welcome back. this morning you are allegedly just a little bit closer to being able to go to space and you do not even have to be an astronaut. check out this new video of the virgin galactic spaceship ii hitting new heights, breaking the sound barrier in the process. it tooks lilooks like "star war.
>> let me tell you what they did. ss 2 spaceship 2 got to 71,000 feet, third successful supersonic test. a new thruster was tested. tourists can have a better view of the curving earth below them. there was a virgin galactic pilot. and also there's new coating system that they said was successful to help it go faster. >> how close were they to space? >> 13 1/2 miles. they have to go 62 miles. they have a lot further to go. each one of these milestones they keep knocking down. this is how far they made it. richard branson who dreams of space tourism as a commercial viable enterprise says they will do it this year. >> 13 miles ain't 62. that's not close to 62. sounds like me on a math test.
almost got an a. i got a 60. >> we asked him many times is this something really going to happen. maybe our grand children can do space tourism. 700 people have reservationses, willing to pay $250,000 to go into space. richard branson wants to make this happen. >> justin bieber spent this money. >> enough said. end of segment. you got a group of people who even when it is possible will be paying a lot of money to get there. is it ever going to be affordable? what's the richard branson dream there? >> the people who are bullish on space travel once it happens and more enterprises, more people who will do it, more funding, looser government regulations maybe the price will come down. the price point at 250 k is something for the uber wealthy, for rock stars and sports stars
and billionaires to afford. the goal is to get up there and have enough of a trip they can turn the plane and people can see the curve of the earth below them and have this fantastic experience and not be an astronaut. that's the goal. remember they said they were going to do it last year. they couldn't do it. it is pretty cool when you see that plane go off to fly it like this. >> i'm with katy perry and justin bieber on this one. >> 13 ain't 62. i'm all for the ambition. that's great. 13 ain't 62. >> maybe the next jump. >> just saying. >> okay. >> give me a six-pack and a helium balloon. >> 240,000 shy of being able to do it myself. >> we'll work on that. >> j.b. has the hands knuckle double cross leadaway. coming up on "new day" a cnn
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campaign. details only here. olympic warning. the united states now officially alerting americans to the dangers of traveling to russia for the games. warning of possible attacks. this as more terror suspects were arrested over the weekend. oh, what a night. leo and jennifer lawrence win big but always at the golden globes it's what happens between the speeches that steals the show. we have everything you want to see live from hollywood. your "new day" continues right now. back to "new day" everyone. it's monday, january 13th, 8:00 in the east. traffic jams and political payback may be just the start of trouble for new jersey governor chris christie. cnn has exclusively learned a federal investigation will be launched into how christi fund ad tourism campaign with
hurricane sandy relief money. this comes on the heels of last weeks firing of several staffers that orchestrated a traffic jam as a political payback. >> reporter: so, more bad news here for chris christie going forward. we're learning that a federal investigation is looking into taxpayer funded campaign ad that has christi being investigated. when hurricane sandy hit new jersey last year, chris christie led from the trenches. and his skillful response to the devastating superstorm shot him into political superstardom. but a new federal investigation into how the new jersey governor spent some of the sandy relief money could threaten to wash away the foundation ever his political brand. cnn has learned that federal investigators will examine the state's $25 million tourism marketing campaign, a campaign
that was paid for with sandy recovery money. >> the jersey shore is open. >> we're stronger than the storm. >> you bet we are. >> reporter: a campaign that featured christi and his family during an election year. democratic congressman frank pallone a vocal christi critic requested the investigation and told cnn it's now moving ahead. but he said this is not about politics. >> this is money that could have been directly used for sandy recovery. and as you know, many of my constituents still haven't gotten the money that is owed them, you know, to rebuild their homes or to put, to raze their homes tore help. >> reporter: promoting new jersey tourism after the storm was a good idea but he questions how much taxpayer money was spent to make those ads. the winning bid a $4.7 million. the next lower bid was nearly half the price at $2.5 million.
and wouldn't have featured the governor. the ads caused controversy as they hit air waves while christi was running for re-election. democrats slammed him giving the incumbent governor an unfair advantage. at the time, christi said the winning bid provided more value. the inspector general at the department of housing and urban development has concluded there is enough evidence to launch a full scale investigation, according to congressman pallone. >> taxpayer dollars that could have been used for sandy relief were used for ads promoting the governor because he was in them with his family during an election campaign. >> reporter: as bad as the george washington bridge scandal has been for christi, if the investigation finds he improperly spent sandy funds it could get far worse, tarnishing the signature achievement that helped propel him towards the white house. chris, we've reached out to christi's office and the
inspector general but yet to get an answer from them. representative pallone tells us moving forward you should expect an official report from the inspector general and that's likely to take months before we see a result there. >> we'll be looking for that. chris frates in d.c. breaking overnight a southwest airlines jet with 124 passengers on board lands at the wrong missouri airport and nearly speeds off the too short runway. it was supposed to touch down in branson. why the mix up and can the jet take off again? those are some of the questions renee marsh is tracking for us. >> reporter: this was a close call. the passengers on board were feet away from disaster. the pilot was forced to jam the brakes. if the pilot didn't brake when it did it could have gone over a steep en bancment and tumbled on to a highway. the flight was scheduled to land
at missouri's branson airport sunday night but instead it showed up at taney county airport, seven miles from the intended destination. the runway at taney county airport is half the length of the runway at branson. for southwest really this is not the kind of headline you want. this comes on the heels of that hard landing at laguardia this summer where ten people were injured. we can tell you at this hour teams from boeing, southwest and that airport in missouri are working one big math problem. they are calculating the weight of the plane, the length of the runaway, weather conditions, many other factors to determine if it's safe for this plane to take off from this very short runway. >> how did it happen in the first place? let's talk about new developments in the water crisis in west virginia. a sign of hope for the 300,000 people under a very strict tap water ban.
overnight officials announced they will issue new zones for people to access clean tap water. people have been without it since thursday after a chemical used to clean coal leaked into the water supply. alexander field is following these developments. >> reporter: good morning, kate. no one is clear to tornado the faucets on but officials are looking at how to lift the ban. zones are being designed, priority will be given to certain zones, including zones with hospitals in them, places where water is badly needed. >> state of emergency, you do whatever it takes. >> reporter: firefighters in charleston, west virginia come to the rescue with water. bottles of it. >> at least 600, 700 cases. >> reporter: the lines to collect keep growing. >> just a minute. >> reporter: 300,000 people have been forced to get by on bottled water since thursday.
that's when a chemical leak was found to have tainted the water supply. schools are shut down. water samples are being tested around the clock for signs ever improvement. >> i believe we're at a point where we see light at the end of the tunnel. >> reporter: there's no specific timeline for lifting the water use ban. it will happen in phases. >> people are anxious because they don't have certainty about what's going on. >> reporter: officials now believe as many as 7,500 gallons of a chemical used to clean coal leaked into a water supply from a one inch hole from the yound ground part of a storage tank. the problem was discovered 8:00 thursday morning when someone reported the smell of licorice. >> there should be a thorough investigation of what happened and why this incident happened at freedom industries. >> reporter: investigators say it will take weeks to determine whether the leak could have been
prevented and how quickly it was detected. for another day people in west virginia are left high and dry. freedom industries did not respond to our request for comment on this report. over the weekend the company held a press conference, apologizing. right now health officials say their main focus is monitoring the potential impact of this spill. they tell us ten people are hospitalized. none are in serious or critical condition. >> surely a serious and critical situation. thanks for staying on it for us. a lot of other news this morning as well. let's get to john berman. >> a study of 225 terror cases in the u.s. since 2001 finds the nsa domestic phone surveillance operation is not helping prevents acts of terrorism. the washington based nonprofit group new america foundation found traditional law enforcement techniques unearthed most of those cases and that the bulk collection of phone records is not essential to preventing
attacks. happening right now the funeral for former prime minister sharon is being held right now. joe biden spoke at a state memorial ceremony and praised sharon. the people ram was fold by a military funeral procession that stopped at the site where sharon was wounded during israel's war for independence. breaking news from the motor city. general motors taking top honors at the detroit auto show. corvette stingray winning car of the year honors. the chevy silverado was awarded top truck. developing this morning, police are on the hunt for a suspected serial arsonist in california. officials in san jose releasing this sketch of the suspect. he's wanted in connection with more than a dozen fires there in just the last week. 11 of them confirmed to be the result of arson. three of those coming sunday afternoon. we have no reports so far of injuries. and colorado officials hoping
that shaving 100th of a mile off a sign will make it less of a steal. so this is what happened. somebody swiped the latest mile 420 sign so within the last year it was replaced with the mile 419.99 sign. the number 420, as you all certainly know has been used as shorthand for marijuana, the origins for that are hazy. some people suggest 4:20 in the afternoon is the appropriate time to partake in the new legal substance in colorado. >> i didn't know which led indra petersons to call me an idiot. is that thecy sentence that's what thecy insurance said. i didn't know. now it makes sense. the story made no sense the first time. >> news you can use category. >> anyway you're so smart, indra petersons what's happening with the weather. >> let's take a look what's going on across the country. we have a pattern that we do not
want to see. you get more and more rain on the east coast is fine. on the west coast ridge of high pressure continuing to build in and get stronger as we go throughout the week. remember this is the rainy season. unfortunately when you see a pattern like that conditions are extremely dry. take a look at the percentages here of humidity as we go towards the afternoon on the west coast. five inches below average. doesn't seem that big. when you talk about a gap when it's the rainy season you're missing that departure get wider. drought conditions getting worse. fire danger is high. red flag warnings this week and strong santa ana winds. that's a concern as we go throughout the week. back to the east coast where it's rainy. still talking about a cold front after cold front. so a series of these systems will be making their way through. here comes the first guy. in towards the ohio valley and moves into the northeast where tomorrow watch the low. you'll see some showers mainly
offshore. maybe cloudy out there, not a lot of rain out of this. there goes one. here comes number two on its heels, another system making its way in through wednesday, a third one comes in behind that. that's the story, a little bit of rain over the next several days. no biggy. a good thing when you look at the west coast and how severe that potentially could be with fire danger in the next several days. >> it was a who's who of a-listers at the golden globes. as you might expect. we had sandra bullock, tom thanks and jennifer lawrence taking home top honors for the second year in a row. it was the two hosts, amy poehler and tina fey who some say stole the show. nichelle turner is live in l.a. from the scene of the shine. >> reporter: and by the way, tina fey and amy poehler renamed tom hanks, it's tom hunk.
the reviews are in. they were great. the words gorgeous, funny, people loved the bits they did especially when they were calling matt damon garbage man. no surprise these ladies would be extremely funny. i have been telling you guys the hollywood forum press loves to zig when everybody else zags. they love to shock us. some of last night's winners left many much us saying whoa! hollywood's biggest stars uninhibited. >> i'll go up there and take that statue no matter what name is called. >> reporter: mega watt energy turned it up. tina fey and amy poehler didn't hold nothing back. >> it's the story of how george clooney would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age. >> reporter: poehler donned a
wig and took her wild antics in to the crowd. it was a night full of nerve-racking wins. >> i was as nervous as everybody else. what happened? >> reporter: and tipsy star speeches. >> i had a few vodkas under my belt. okay. >> reporter: best mini series actre acactress jacqueline bissett. jennifer lawrence won best supporting actress in "american hustle". >> i'm shaking so much. >> reporter: seasoned leonardo dicaprio graciously won best actor in a comedy for "the wolf of wall street". >> this is an incredible honor. >> reporter: utter shock ran through two former snl actors when they grabbed the globe. >> i didn't prepare anything. >> i never win. >> reporter: the three hour show was a fond farewell for crime
drama series "breaking bad". >> at that lovely way to say good-bye to the show. >> reporter: taking home best actor and best tv series. 12 years of slave and "american hustle" took home the night's biggest honors. best motion picture drama and comedy. >> one of the wonderful benefits of the motion picture business is that we get to make films about people. about the art of survival, resilience and about reinvention. >> reporter: yeah. indeed. i like hollywood this time of year. this morning people are still saying "brooklyn 99" best comedy series? how did this happen. i'm glad did it. going forward i will tell you the best actor category in the movies is going to be a very
interesting one because while chiwetel ejiofor was the favorite going into the globes, matthew mcconaughey will shake up the landscape in that want race come oscar time. cate blanchett wins makes it a clear race with emma thompson sneaking up on the two of them. >> i love your play-by-play. i could have an entire segment of watching you act this out which we might need to do. >> reporter: like a pop up video for the golden globes. i can narrate what people are really thinking. >> thanks, michele. >> we'll take a break. coming up on "new day" an olympic warning. the state department alerting americans to the dangers of traveling to russia for the games. will athletes and tourists be safe. >> dennis rodman on his way home and said he did nothing wrong. tell that to the teammates he compromised. we'll speak with one of them cliff robinson and his wife.
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developing this morning the state department is warning americans about attending the olympics in sochi, this comes after reports that several terror suspects have been detained in russia following multiple suicide bombings in the region. authorities there have boosted security responding to the widening concerns just three weeks ahead of the games. but is it enough? that is the lingering question. cnn nic robertson is in moscow with the very latest. hey there, nic. >> reporter: that's a question everyone is asking themselves here. six of the people arrested over
the weekend according to security officials here were saying they were plotting another big attack. now it's worth remembering here that russian officials really want to show they are on top of the security situation here. meanwhile the fbi at the same time saying they've got people here now working with the russian authorities to try and keep the region secure. just three weeks before the olympic games kick off in sochi security remains a paramount concern after a string of attacks and terror arrests. the u.s. state department issuing a travel alert over the weekend, warning u.s. citizens planning to attend the games that they should remain attentive at all times. warning of possible acts of terrorism including the bombings and hostage takings. on saturday five suspects possessing nearly five pounds of tnt and a home made explosive device were detained in a raid in southern russia, less than
200 miles from sochi. >> this event in particular will be very difficult because it's taking place in an area that want we know to be a hot bed for terrorism. >> reporter: terror concerns are real. just last month surveillance cameras captured this powerful explosion inside the train station in nearby volgograd. islamist insurgents blamed for at least 34 deaths. the fbi and other federal security personnel are now on the ground, assisting russia's security force. more than 37,000 strong. >> they've asked for specific assistance in regard to most likely intelligence sharing, cyber threats, forensic evaluations as it relates to weapons of mass destruction. >> reporter: the state department is also alerting americans about russia's declared ban on any promotion of gay relationships to minors. those traveling to the games who are found in violation of the
law could face a fine of more than $3,000, up to 14 days in jail, and deportation. now the state department is also warning that the medical facilities in and around sochi haven't been tested for large volumes -- excuse me -- large volumes of people and for that reason they are saying that people visiting the olympics may want to consider medical insurance because facilities there may not match what they expect in the west. also that they should consider insurance for evacuation in case of a major medical emergency. so concerns are about the medical facilities. the state department does stress at the moment it doesn't have a specific terror threat around the olympics but does remind everyone that this whole region has been experiencing all sorts of different terrorist attacks over the past ten or 15 years.
back to you kate and chris. >> nic, thank you for battling through there in moscow. fresh report. coming up on "new day," dennis rodman speaks out after nearly a week in north korea saying he's sorry but also that he did nothing wrong. what about what happened to his teammates? >> a skating scandal. controversy brewing over whose is going to the olympics with the u.s. figure skating team. are they qualified for the high stakes competition. details on that story ahead. [ male announcer ] here's a question for you: is your tv powered by coal? natural gas? nuclear? or renewables like solar... and wind? let's find out. this is where america's electricity comes from. a diversity of energy sources helps ensure the electricity we need is reliable. take the energy quiz.
welcome back to "new day". let's get straight to john berman. >> cnn has exclusive learned a federal probe will be launched into a new jersey tourism campaign. it featured chris christie. overnight investigators are trying to figure out how a pilot of a southwest airlines landed at the wrong airport in missouri. new developments as west virginia's tainted water crisis spills into a fifth day. 300,000 people still without tap water but officials plan to announce zones for clean tap water. the senate is set to vote to restore unemployment benefits to 1.3 million americans. it's unlikely the measure will get the 60 votes it needs to pass. two legends tangle sunday. tom brady took on peyton
manning. seattle russell wilson facing san francisco's colin kaepernick. >> breaking overnight former nba star dennis rodman arriving in china after staying behind in north korea well after his teammates. it was supposed to be basketball diplomacy but instead rodman sang happy birthday to dictator kim jong-un and had an exclusive interview on our show as you remember and then apologized. they did play this exhibition game with former nba all-stars. we're now hearing from some of these teammates and about how, what they knew and didn't know about what this situation was. one of the players with rodman was cliff robinson. you remember him from his nba days and he joins us now. thanks for joining us, cliff. appreciate it. >> no problem. >> so let's get right to the basic question. did you know that you were going to north korea to play in a gift for the ruler?
>> i was unaware of a birthday until i actually got to north korea. >> so what did you think you were going there for, cliff? what did you think the deal was? >> well, for exactly what we did, i mean to go and interact with the citizens of north korea, interact with the national team, play an exhibition game and just try to spread the love of basketball. >> what was your reaction as the events started to unfold and you saw what was being done with you over there, what was going on with dennis and the reaction. what was it like for you and the other guys on the team? >> the range of emotions we went through over there was, you know, there was so many because, you know, we all went over there with the intentions of, you
know, playing the game, like i said, interacting with the people, interacting with the national team, and we didn't -- we were -- i guess we didn't realize how much of an outcry we were going to get from home. >> was this about just being surprised or did dennis not really share with you guys what his plans were of what was going to take place over there? >> well, you know, dennis is a great guy. dennis is going to be dennis. but, you know -- i wouldn't say -- you know, i don't want to sit here and, you know, ever put someone that i've supported and throw them under the bus. you know, we -- we were grown
men. there's newspapers, there's media outlets, and, you know, it was -- i wouldn't say that dennis didn't tell us because, you know, like i said, we're in a position that we, you know, the trip happened quick but we could have probably done a little bit more homework as to what was going on, or asked dennis questions. >> is it fair for the commissioner to come forward, david stern, and say i know why these guys went over there. they were blinded by the money. is that fair? >> i don't think it's fair because, you know, we've been -- you know, we've been basketball players after basketball player life goes on, you still have to do what you can to provide for your family. and i don't think it's fair, you know. but everyone is entitled to
their opinion. you know, i'm sure the nba wanted to try to disassociate themselves from us, so, you know, he's entitled to his opinion, but i definitely don't think it's fair. >> eric floyd known as sleepy from his playing days. he was over there with you. you know him obviously. he was going to come on the show this morning. it's too upsetting for him to come on. he was ready to come on but he said this has been so hard, so humiliating in a way that he didn't want to come on television and give the wrong impression. how difficult was this for some of you guys to deal with the outcry and deal with the situation on the ground there being in such a place where you had to be careful about what you said? >> it was extremely difficult because, you know, we love our country. i mean we didn't go to north korea to disrespect our country. so, you know, for us to be over there and hear, you know, some
of the stuff that was being said about us, you know, as to why we went on the trip. you know, this, that and the other. it was disappointing because, we have to come home. we have families here. we have friends here. and, you know, we just felt extremely, i guess, disappointed. the range of emotions was so vast that, you know, one minute we were trying to, you know, laugh about things but the next minute i mean someone would, you know, show true concern as to, you know, what's going to happen when we do return home. >> let's be honest you got swept up in the rodman circus there in terms of how this was being perceived here back home. deapologize to you guys for getting caught up in his antics? >> well, he hasn't apologized. i don't think he needs to
apologize. like i said, we're grown men. like the trip happened fast. but we still -- if we had, you know, truly that many, you know, concerns about safety, all that stuff, we could have just not went. >> ah-ha. and i know from talk touring wildfire, she was very nice to come on the show, she was very concerned about you because she hadn't heard from you since the game and she said cliff and the other guys were not aware of the kenneth bae situation, they weren't aware of the history and him being held. if they knew they would be sensitive to that. that's your wife speaking. does that reflect how you feel why i and others felt an urgency for what rodman should of tried? >> anybody who is being held unjustly should definitely have their day and, you know, hopefully be released.
you know, for us, that situation is over our head. that, you know, i don't know the true ins and out of why kenneth bae is being held. but if a game like this can, you know, soften up a stance on something like that, or softening up, you know, the impression of americans that north koreans have of americans, i mean i think it's hopefully a good -- hopefully a good thing. >> well, from everything i've heard the guys that went over on the team, you went over there with the best of intentions and i'm sorry you got caught up in this and i hope you continue your good work going forward. i'm glad you're home safely. >> i appreciate that. i appreciate that. i think the trip -- i think the trip was good, and, you know, i'm just glad to be back home and to move forward.
>> take care. kate? >> thanks, chris. coming up next on "new day" olympics haven't started yet but a figure skating controversy has already begun. why a fourth place american champion bumped a top winner to make the olympic team. that is ahead. also this. it wasn't just about the acting at the golden globes, who wore what. you want to know. did they make you want in the best dress column. nichelle turner will run us through the fashion hits and misses. i have low testosterone. there, i said it. see, i knew testosterone could affect sex drive, but not energy or even my mood. that's when i talked with my doctor. he gave me some blood tests... showed it was low t. that's it. it was a number.
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welcome back to "new day". what people are calling a no named olympics seeing another controversy brewing before it's started. the u.s. skating team finalizing their lineup to include one of america's most decorated skater. ashley wagner finished fourth in a performance she herself called embarrassing. so why was fourth place good enough then for the team? we have more details on this. this is a sport that many don't pay attention to any other time but during the olympics this is one people tune in for, andy. >> reporter: really big deal. it was a big blow to the u.s. olympic team when lindsey vonn announced she was out of the sochi games. wagner had a meltdown in saturday's performance the u.s. figure skating association said we need her. after falling twice in the u.s. figure skating championships in
boston saturday, ashley wagner thought her chances of making the sochi games were over. she tweeted after her performance," i am so sorry i let you all down." the top three finishers have always gone on the olympics but not this time. in a controversial move the u.s. skating association passed over third place finisher, and put wagner on the team. patricia st. peter defended the decision saying if you look at ashley wagner's record and performance she's got the top credentials of any of our female athletes. in a statement she said, i'm disappointed in the decision. i may not agree with it i have to respect the decision the federation made. i'm grateful to everyone who supported me and look forward to
what comes next in my skating career. even though the decision was shocking it was expected. the u.s. figure skating championships are not olympic trials like swimming or track and field. the committee that makes these decisions takes into account an athletes recent history. wagner is currently ranked the second best for women's figure skater in the world right now. i'm guessing that definitely factored into this decision. >> that anticipateds to the pressure that you know she would already be feeling if she's going to the olympic games. andy, thank you. it helps what andy said. not like track and field where the people who finish that's how they make the team. politics involved. we know when there's politics involved somebody will be upset. let's get over to indra petersons who is sitting right here. we don't have to go anywhere. >> about a week ago temperatures were like 10 below, not normal. do you remember that. clearly. so today definitely a lot better
out there. temperatures a good 15 degrees above average right now. so that's a good starting place. yes we'll be cooling down but nowhere like what we saw last week. notice the purple, that's the arctic air. it's staying where it should to be north. cooler air is making its way in. normal air making its way in. what are we looking at. cold fronts making their way. little system bringing rain in the south around the gulf spreading into the ohio valley by tonight. making its way into the northeast and southeast by tomorrow. quickly moves out. might look at the map to see one, two, three, four, these are the cold fronts. every time one passes another one comes behind it. this is the pattern over the next several days. none of them a big deal. a little bit of rain and couple degrees of cooling with each one. that's why i started off with that not 65 below. looks good. >> coming up on "new day" quite a golden night at the golden globes. it wasn't all about acting.
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welcome back. lots of laughs and drinks were flowing at last night's golden globes hosted by tina fey and amy poehler. here to talk about it, nichelle turner, the tiredest girl i ever met and bradley jacobs. good morning to both of you. let's start with you nichelle. one of the highs i think you would agree is tina faye and amy poehler. they have the most difficult job. everyone is so quick to be so critical. >> they make it took so easy. that's what the fun thing is about watching them. you know, the trick for them, i think they still go after people but they do it in not a mean way. so it's like the crowd feels at ease and at home and safe with them as opposed to rickie who was being mean. they give some zingers but for some reason it's a spoonful of sugar.
it's good. >> good way of putting it. bradley they summed it up pretty well. amy and tina saying this is the beautiful mess we hoped it would be. is that what the golden globes is. >> everybody knows the drinking and you have people going on stage, emma thompson barefoot, holding a martini. it is a beautiful mess. they wacall winners names and ty are all the way in the back. it does have those kind of rough around the edges moments and you kind of like that as opposed to the oscars that lacquer. >> it's genuine mess. what were the loss for you? i'm thinking jacqueline busines.
>> they didn't know what to say. she was in a dream world. my whole world of twitter lit up. >> did people like what she said or not like? >> what did she say? >> you were scarred by your parents. >> she said her mother gave her joy. she used the s word. she was all over the place. she's 69 years old. she's winning a golden globes. she looks great. good things will happen to jackie bissett. >> i'll jump in and talk about fashion. john berman has been chomping at the bit for this. i'll say and i'm definitely not an expert on this but i'll say i think there were very few misses. women looked amazing. guys brought their a-game. don't you agree? >> a couple of misses but all in
all everyone looked really good. the problem with that is everyone in hollywood is styled to death. you don't get a lot of misses. but i did definitely see some stand outs. we're looking at amy adams right now. my best dress is lupita. she had a red calvin klein. she was on trend for the night. look at that. that's perfection. she looked on trend for the night because red was the color of the red carpet. we usually don't see celebrities do that. no, no. not last night. we saw it happening. she looked like a dream. >> kate beckensale looked beautiful. expectant mothers. carrie washington looked amazing. that's tough. >> what about the guys >> well, first of all -- you know what, chris, the men never get a lot of love but i want to give a nod to kevin spacey.
he had velvet burberry. he looked fantastic. matthew mcconaughey had green velvet -- fantastic. i thought they looked really good. >> one thing i know you pointed out, one thing that annoys you is the music, they went wild with the music to cut off the speeches. >> we spend so much time figuring out who is going to win and you finally get the award and go up there and it's your moment and after 90 seconds they are yanking you off, the matthew mcconaugheys of the world. cut a few of the awards so you can let cate blanchett give a real speech. it's humiliating and even she kind of pointed out our viewers at home hearing this music? like trying to get me off stage. >> we have our own version of music. i want says got to go.
>> which means we got to go. >> you're just trying to get on matt's good side. you know that. >> thanks. >> we got to go. thanks for the fun. coming up a waitress in texas gets the tip of a lifetime. you will not believe the lengths one restaurant owner is going to save the life of one of his employees. it is the good stuff. ♪
hard at a german restaurant until she went to the hospital for a harmless rash. >> the rash on my leg started, went to the hospital and next day they come in and tell me i have a tumor. >> what's worse, she had to stop treatment for cancer because she couldn't pay and didn't have insurance. that's where the owner of britney's restaurant comes in. he decided to sell the business just to pay for her care. >> we're a family. they work hard. they have a lot of stuff against them in the past. and they are not holding their hand open. they didn't even ask anybody for help. >> never thought anybody would do that and he did and it just makes you feel really good. >> we should mention michael is looking for a reason to retire. he wants to spend more time with his family. so that went into selling the restaurant but really this was his true motivation he says. the restaurant could fetch as
much as $2 million and willing to do whatever he can. he couldn't stand by and do nothing. >> talk about putting your life on hold to help somebody else out. that's amazing. >> that's why it's the good stuff. above and beyond. a lot of news for you this morning. let's get you back to the "newsroom" with miss carol costello. >> thanks. "newsroom" starts right now. happening now the "newsroom" a southwest plane lands at the wrong airport narrowly missing a catastrophe. >> had a really rough landing, we were moving close to the seats as we were landing. >> plus four days and counting in west virginia they are still asking when can we drink the water? it's official. the amazing peyton versus the amazing brady, two marquise quarterbacks fight to land in the super bowl. hats off to the ladies. >> welcome to the