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ahead. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. it is friday, october 3rd. john berman will join us later. we begin with breaking news. nbc has named the freelance news cameraman diagnosed with ebola on thursday. he is 33-year-old ashoka mukpo. nbc hired him one day earlier as a second cameraman for medical editor nancy snyderman. the entire nbc crew is being flown back to the united states for treatment. nbc released a statement saying we are taking all measures to protect our employees and the public. the rest of the crew including dr. nancy show no symptoms or warning signs. we will fly them back on a private charter and they will place themselves under quarantine for 21 days.
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concern growing this morning about the spread of ebola in texas. authorities changing on the laundry list of people who contacted thomas eric duncan. chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta has the latest from the cdc headquarters. >> reporter: christine, we are getting more details about mr. duncan. he is in serious condition, but stable. he had been asking for food and able to talk to people as well. we are hearing more about what's happening with all of the potential contact around mr. duncan. the texas department of health trying to find about 100 people. that doesn't mean all these people will need to be monitored, but 100 people they think may have come in contact with mr. duncan at some point. they want to talk to them and if they had contact and what that contact was. right now, they are monitoring 12 people. that means they are taking their
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temperatures and monitoring them for 21 days. if they don't develop a temperature during that time, they get a free and clear sign. four people within his immediate vicinity, his girlfriend and three more people, are being quarantined now. they will have their temperature taken in a home. if they leave, christine, they could be charged by law. inside of that apartment, where mr. duncan was staying, we know squalor details about that. sheets and towels he used while he was sick had not been removed from the apartment or decontaminated. his girlfriend says she was not given any instructions by the cdc to do that. we will get more details on mr. duncan. >> thank you, dr. sanjay gupta at the cdc headquarters in atlanta. finally, dallas health officials found a cleaning company to go to the apartment
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to decontaminate it, but the crew had to leave after discovering they did not have the proper permits for the job. she tells anderson cooper living under quarantine has been difficult. >> have you gone outside? >> no, i'm inside. they did not bring food here. they came late here last night with paper work for us to sign. they are going to take us to court that we'll have committed a crime. >> custodians were cleaning the elementary school wednesday night. one of the four schools attended by five children who had contact with duncan. the five children are now being home schooled. >> we're also enrolled that five students into the home-bound
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program so they will get curriculum support. >> united airlines reaching out to passengers on the same flight as duncan. nearly 400 passengers were referred to the cdc. united doesn't believe any passengers are at risk here. they are making the move out of caution. president obama is promising the mayor of dallas all the help he needs from the cdc to prevent the virus from spreading. the pentagon is sending troops to liberia to help fight the outbreak that has killed well over 3,000 people. to syria now. the residents of the city of kobani have been ordered to evacuate as isis fighters close
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in from three sites. islamic militants have taken villages as they push toward syria's border with turkey. turkish lawmakers thursday voted they will authorize military force to repel isis opening the door to cooperation with the u.s.-led coalition on air strikes on the terror group. joining us live on the turkey border is cnn's phil black. phil, bring us up to speed this morning. >> reporter: sure, christine. turkish government has permission from the parliament to take military action against isis, but there is no sign it is prepared to do so imminently or declaration that turkey is ready to join the international coalition. isis remains free to advance on and bombard the city of kobani. that is what you see behind me. this is where we have seen shells fall on the city all through this morning. it has been constant on the eastern outskirts there.
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that is where kurdish fighters say they have positioned fighters in sniper positions in the expectation that isis will now try to enter the city. that is how close isis is. all that is left in the city now are fighters. men and women who stayed behind to try and defend their homes, communities. the civilian population has largely evacuated from there. they now expect this to become bloody urban warfare. once isis enters the city, there will be fighting in the streets. the kurdish fighters believe they may have an edge because it is their city. they know its streets so well. if isis is thinking about entering the city, for the moment, it is doing as much damage as possible with the obvious plan to knock out as much resistance as it can before
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the street battle. christine. >> tell us the importance of the town of kobani. if the town falls, you have a stretch from raqqa to the border that is a huge, huge swath of isis controlled land. >> reporter: yeah, that's right, christine. there is a powerful message with isis taking the territory. it is expanding its territory at a time when the united states and allies are claiming to or trying very hard to degrade its capabili capabilities. at the same time, it gives it a tactical edge by bringing it all the way up. the isis-controlled area from the border to the capital of raqqa. it is the border at turkey which is the source of resupply for fighters in terms of foreign fighters crossing the territory to swell its numbers, but other contraband as well. the turkish government has tried to stop that flow, but hasn't
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been able to do so successfully, christine. >> phil black, thank you so much. we will check in with you later. kurdish fighters suffer setbacks in kobani, they are claiming victory in iraq taking the town on the syrian border on thursday. withheld from coalition airs strikes. australia is assisting the iraqi army in the fight against isis as australian aircraft join in the strikes. president obama will not appoint a secret service director until november. after requesting the resignation from julia pierson from the top job, there will be a review of the agency before a candidate is chosen. joseph clancy will take over in the interim.
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stocks around the world are mostly high they are morning. futures in the u.s. are ahead of the monthly jobs report at 8:30 eastern. details about the man accused in the disappearance of missing student hannah graham. the accusations against him from his past. as he is investigated in a case of yet another missing girl. plus, a mystery illness thought to be paralyzing children across the country. that illness is spreading. new cases diagnosed. more on that ahead. two medium cappuccinos! let's show 'em what a breakfast with whole grain fiber can do. one coffee with room, one large mocha latte, medium macchiato, a light hot chocolate hold the whip, two espressos. make one a double. she's full and focused. [ barista ] i have two cappuccinos, one coffee with room, one large mocha latte,
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linked to other attacks against women across the state. meantime, matthew was accused of two sexual assaults at two colleges, but never prosecuted in either case. a woman whose tweet triggered an investigation of misconduct by a ferguson grand jury says her twitter account was hacked. susan nichols says she did not tweet a message i know someone sitting on the grand jury and there is not enough evidence to warrant an arrest. she denies deleting the message and account itself. the grand jury is considering possible charges against ferguson police officer darren wilson in the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager michael brown. a federal appeals court clearing the way for texas to immediately enforce a restrictive abortion law that will close all but seven clinics in texas. it trumps the lower court ruling
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requiring them to spend millions on hospital upgrades making abortions more difficult. advocates say legal challenges will continue. the fast spreading enterovirus-d 68 has hit california. two patients in the san francisco area and a boy between 5 and 10 years old is infected in los angeles. listen to doctors describe his condition. >> the child had what appeared to be normal cold. upper respiratory tract infection. a week with the symptoms, woke up and unable to move a limb. >> four deaths nationwide are investigated to find out if they were caused by the virus. there are over more than 500 confirmed cases now in 42 states. for the third time in a week, a high school football player died on the gridiron. a long island community is
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mourning the loss of 16-year-old tom cutinella. he passed away shortly after surgery after the collision on the field. >> he was the type of kid you want your kids to be when they grow up. you can't say enough about the kid. he was one of the greatest kids you ever seen. >> the game involves contact. it was a result of a freak football play. >> a freak football play. school officials have not determined yet if the rest of the football season will be canceled at shoreham. one in alabama and one in north carolina football players died on the field this week. severe storms leaving a path of destruction across the midwest. storms with wind gusts up to 90 miles an hour causing widespread
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area in the dallas area. more than 100,000 people lost power. powerful winds caused a brick wall to slam cars on the ft. worth stock yards. people in kansas are picking up pieces after a storm uprooted trees and damaged homes and buildings. the local sheriff is asking people to not travel to the area. no injuries reported. stormy weather in chicago creating a nightmare for travelers. airlines had to cancel 450 flights at o'hare and midway. officials expect the cancellations and delays to spill over into today. creating a major catch-up scenario for airlines through the weekend. check your reservations. let's get an early look at weather with chad myers. >> good morning. pleasant weather for you across the northeast. there is weather to the west. all the way from the great lakes
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back to the gulf of mexico. there will be showers and storms along the front. the same front that caused the severe weather through the central plains yesterday. even some damage across that area yesterday from some of the big severe thunderstorms. 70 in new york. enjoy 70. by sunday, it will be nowhere near 70. 46 in minneapolis is the high. this is the air that gets to the east coast for the end of the weekend and most of next week. scattered storms tomorrow across the northeast. a rain shower in the golf game. otherwise, sunny and cool across parts of the south as the cold air in minneapolis now makes its way all the way down to the front. look at the high in atlanta tomorrow. a high of only 62. chicago, 50. this feels like football weather on a college football saturday. back to you guys. football weather. thanks, chad. hong kong's leader refusing to resign despite the protesters
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the latest now on pro-democracy protests in hong kong. the chief executive is open to talking with the activists, but he made it clear he has no intention of quitting. tensions simmering as two vehicles were blocked which contained food meant for police. blocking the vehicles near the chief executive's office
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building. the activists chanting shame and we don't trust you. our andrew stevens is in hong kong. remarkable. another day of protests in the center of the financial hub. what is happening today, andrew? >> reporter: day six, christine. a lot fewer people, actually here on day six. that is the result that today is now negotiations opened up. we expect the negotiations begin tomorrow. it will not involve the chief executive. so many protesters calling on him to resign. it is his number who a more popular figure. the government is prepared for talks, but how much is it prepared to listen? the students face-to-face with the government in the negotiations say they are not backing away from their claims. we have a wide divide between the two. nonetheless, there are necess y negotiations where there were none 12 to 15 hours ago.
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you see behind me, you see the streets of hong kong. this is the main thoroughfare. this is ten lanes which go in and out of the financial district. as you can see there, plenty of people, but not nearly the same sort of numbers we have seen over the past four or five days. hasn't been helped by the weather here. absolute torrential rain which has kept a lot of people away as well. it is peaceful. it's good natured. there has been some tension about 100 meters behind when where the chief executive's office is where it is barricaded and protected by police. there are protesters on the other side of the barricade who are not letting the emergency vehicles in because they could have anti-riot gear in. there is a tense standoff. that has dissolved. it is now down to let's wait and see what comes from the negotiations, christine. >> the mainland chinese communist government. what is the response from them?
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has this been handled by hong kong authorities or what is the word from china? >> reporter: certainly largely handled or completely handled at least publicly, pr-wise by the hong kong government. make no doubt about it, they are in lock step with beijing. beijing is the powerhouse here. beijing coming out with an editorial in the mouthpiece for the ruling communist party and clearly and forcefully stating its support for c.y. leung and the support for the hong kong approach with the protesters and reiteration this is an unlawful and illegal gathering. what we heard today, locally from the police force saying, the protesters are acting irresponsibly by blocking the emergency vehicles into the chief executive's building. that could become a flashpoint
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down the road. beijing is acting indirectly. we had a comment from the local u.s. embassy saying dialogue is a good way to try to resolve the issues here. that will irritate beijing. they have been clear and telling consulates here and the chinese foreign minister telling john kerry a few days ago, this is an internal affairs business, no one else's. stay out. >> there we go. there it begins. the u.s. with a few words can irritate the chinese authorities. thank you, andrew. we will talk to you soon in the busy streets filled with pedestrians. breaking news. another american infected with ebola. this as we learn new information about the texas ebola patient who he may have infected and what is being done about it. that's next.
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83 million accounts affected. what you need to do about it. i'm christine romans. welcome to "early start." we have breaking news. the freelance cameraman who was diagnosed with ebola on wednesday has now been named. he is 33-year-old ashoka mukpo. nbc hired him just one day earlier as a second cameraman for the network's medical editor dr. nancy snyderman. snyderman and the crew is being flown back to the u.s. for treatment. a statement released saying we are taking all precautions to protect our employees and the public. dr. nancy and the crew is being closely monitored. in an abundance of caution, we will fly them back on a private charter flight and they will place themselves under quarantine in the united states for 21 days.
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in dallas, authorities working furiously to prevent an ebola outbreak. they are casting a much wider net this morning as the number of people they think may have had contact with the first patient diagnosed with the virus in the u.s. swells from a dozen to about 100. officials are now trying to track all those contacts to check on their health. meanwhile, the four people thomas eric duncan was staying with had been ordered by authorities to stay inside after they violated a voluntary quarantine. duncan's girlfriend spoke to anderson cooper about the instructions she received from the cdc. >> stay at home. stay at home and monitor my temperature. they take my temperature and they will monitor my temperature and all of us. my son should stay home. my nephew.
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everyone should stay home for 21 days. we should not come outside. if we come outside, on the porch. >> what did you think when you heard that? >> scary. i'm scared. >> inside the apartment, conditions are bleak. she said no one sent food until late in the day. there is soiled clothing and linens left behind by duncan. authorities are scrambling to find a company to disinfect the apartment. >> we have some hygiene issues that we are addressing in that apartment. this is a fluid situation. we have a contractor. there are protocols followed to clean and take care of the things that need to be taken care of. >> it is important to note that
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no one besides the original patient has shown signs of ebola infection. duncan is in serious condition in a dallas hospital. officials in liberia said duncan lied on the paper work at the airport. officials say they will prosecute him for that lie when he returns to liberia. duncan's half brother says duncan did not know the pregnant woman was infected. >> she was walking and falling off and he ran to help her. nobody knew ebola. ebola is in the system. it's in the body. i think he didn't know the woman. >> the dallas independence school district trying to work with the fears. custodianss cleaning one of the
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schools attended by five children who had contact with duncan. the five children are now being home schooled. >> we also enrolled the five students into the home-bound program so they will get curriculum support and technology support to continue their education. >> united airlines also taking precautions to address the ebola scare. the airline is reaching out to the nearly 400 passengers on the flight with the ebola victim thomas eric duncan. duncan traveled on two united flights. one from brussels to washington, d.c. and one to dallas ft. worth. rene marsh has more. >> reporter: christine, dulles was the second stop for the ebola patient traveling from liber liberia. we know united, the carrier, is now voluntarily contacting all
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of the people on board the man's last night. two united airlines flights. the airline tells us both of the planes are thoroughly cleaned. they were thoroughly cleaned with heavy disinfectant. there is a third carrier. brussels airlines. that carrier brought him from liberia to belgium. they will continue to fly that route. it is the humanitarian duty. they are carrying medicine, supplies and health care workers to the region. christine. >> president obama is promising mike rawling all of the resources to prevent this virus from spreading there. meanwhile, the pentagon sending 1,400 troops to liberia this month. a total of 3,000 american soldiers stationed in west africa this fall to fight the outbreak that has killed well
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over 3,000 people. kurdish fighters claiming a victory in iraq retaking the town of ravia on thursday. taking it with help from coalition air strikes. meanwhile, australia is helping in the fight against isis. australian aircraft is set to join. cnn's ben wedeman is live in baghdad. he has the latest. ben, we heard all of the reports of the advances of syria and iraq. tell us about the town that has been retain and some encouragement by what is happening with the australians. >> reporter: this is the town, christine, of hete which is 90 miles northwest of baghdad. it was taken by isis using the usual methods. car bombs and suicide truck
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bombs. basically sent the local iraqi army and sunni militia fleeing the city. they are now on the outside of the town hoping to get the reinforcements to retake it. at the moment, the black flag of isis flies over the government buildings in that town. there is also renewed pressure from isis this morning on the city of ramadi on the euphrates river. they are trying to take all of the major towns and cities on the euphrates. they will be able to control the stretch of the river from about an hour's drive outside of baghdad up through iraq, through syria and to the turkish border. hugely significant this current push they are undertaking. it doesn't seem and certainly when you speak to iraqi officials, they stress the point, it doesn't seem the u.s.
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air strikes and other coalition member air strikes are really blunting isis push in the western areas of baghdad. christine. >> what are people in baghdad -- it has been years now of just horrific violence and car bombings from different fighting with different sects. you have this prolonged push by isis. what are people saying? how concerned are they about what is happening in that country? how concerned are they about baghdad? >> reporter: they are extremely concerned in general. the situation in baghdad is somewhat more complicated. this is a predominately shi'a city. the pattern of isis expansion in syria and iraq is they will take over areas where there is a sympathetic local population. the population here in iraq, for instance, alienated by the al
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awlaki government. there is a good deal of hosti hostility to isis here. iraqi army with the shi'a militia has set up the defensive belt around baghdad. that is fortified where they have been able to keep isis at bay. there is no immediate concern of baghdad falling to isis. the real concern is that they, isis, will be using car bombs and other explosives simply to spread terror in the population. as we have seen, that is something they are particularly good at. christine. >> ben wedeman in baghdad. thank you, ben for that. the kurdish fighters are facing a major defeat in kobani. residents of the kurdish town have been ordered to evacuate as isis fighters close in from three sides. islamic militants have taken villages as they push toward the
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turkish border. on thursday, turkey authorized military force to repel isis opening the door with the u.s.-led coalition conducting air strikes. cnn's phil black will join us live with a report from there in 30 minutes. president obama will not appoint a new secret service director until november. after the security lapses forced julia pierson to resign this week. the homeland security department will wait for a review of the agency before a candidate is chosen. until then, joseph clancy takes over as director. more than 80 million jpmorgan chase accounts have been hacked. that number dwarfs the previous of the big bank hack this summer. the total disclosed in the filing on thursday, makes this
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now the latest on the pro-democracy protests in hong kong. the chief executive saying the government is open to talking with the activists. he has made it clear he has no intention of quitting. demonstrators blocked two vehicles with food meant for police. blocking the vehicles near the chief executive's office building. protesters chanting "shame" and "we don't trust you."
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our andrew stevens is live with us on day six. good morning, andrew. >> reporter: good morning, christine. i want to show you this wall here. there are more walls like this springing up around the protest site. thousands and thousands of the messages of support for the protests. a lot referring to 689. the number of votes the chief executive got to win the election a couple of years ago. a lot of these in english and cantonese. staying strong hong kong. that message is coming out. they set up a station here. you can come along and pick up your post-it note and write what you like and put it basically wherever you can. as you can see, it is now a sea of colored post-it notes. people finding bits of space. they cover them in plastic
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because they want them to stay here for as long as they can. this is the popular movement part of this, christine. it is, as i said, goes right up around that corner here. as far as the scene here today, fewer people here. that is because the necessigotis are now underway. the chief executive before the deadline last night of the protest movement who had threaten here to occupy building, just before the deadline hit, he said there would be dialogue with the government and student leaders. that is expected to begin tomorrow. it has taken the sting and tensions and hate so far out of the protests here today. a lot fewer people here, but expect this to continue to run for several more days, christine. >> andrew stevens in hong kong. thank you. 55 minutes past the hour. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare?
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time for an early start on your money. stock futures higher after the wild market swing yesterday before finishing where it began. attention on the jobs report. the monthly jobs report. analysts expect a rebound in hiring after a weak number in august. 216,000 jobs created in september. the jobless rate should stay at 6.1%, unchanged. the report due at 8:30 a.m. pay day loans have never had a good reputation. online, it is worse. pay day loans are the loans with high fees and a new study by pew trust found online lenders are
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likely to use abusive tactics. rates as high as 700% versus 300% for in-store pay day lenders. online lenders make up a third of the market, but subject to nine of ten complaints to the better business bureau. it is 5:00 in the east. "early start" continues right now. breaking news this morning. another american infected with ebola. an nbc cameraman being treated as we learn details about the texas patient sick with the deadly virus and the people he has had close contact with who are now under quarantine. isis moving closer to a syrian city. can anything stop the terrorists? we are live near the battle field ahead. jpmorgan chase hacked. accounts for 83 million custom

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