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this morning, airports planning new security procedures to stop possibly infected travelers from bringing ebola into the united states. this as texas reels from one death of an ebola and then another possible case. isis gaining ground in syria on the brink of taking over into the syrian town. u.s. air strikes unable to stop the terrorists. we are live. and breaking news overnight. angry crowds on the streets of st. louis protesting another
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deadly police shooting. what we're learning this morning is ahead. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is thursday, october 9th. 4:00 a.m. in the east. tighter screening is planned for u.s. airports. officials hope to stop another infected ebola person from entering the country. it is on top of the measures in place at major airports. the screening expected to apply to 150 travelers a day from three west african countries where ebola is spreading quickly. cnn's rene marsh has the latest from dulles airport. >> reporter: the white house announcing the screening at specific u.s. airports. it will begin at jkk and newakn and dulles. we know that border officers will be on the front lines using
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laser thermometers. they simply hold up the thermometer to the forehead and get the reading of the temperature. the other layer to this is a cdc questionnaire with detailed health information. that is handed out to passengers the moments they get off the plane landing here in the united states. we also are hearing there will be a surge in personnel at the major international airports. that will include the cdc as well as the u.s. coast guard to coordinate all this and make sure the targeted passengers from the ebola-impacted countries are getting screened and aggressive screening involving temperature taking and making sure they get those questionnaires. reporting outside washington at dulles airport, i'm rene marsh. >> thank you. the first person diagnosed with ebola in the united states has
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died. the officials at texas presbyterian say thomas eric duncan was on dialysis and ventilator. he was on an experimental drug to treat ebola, but not until after a week at the hospital. that is later than the first ebola patients in the hospital. his fiancee released a statement. i trust a full examination will take plates regarding all as se expects of the care. in the end, i believe in a merciful god. at the urging of the public offici offici officials, his fiancee agreed to cremate his body. sergeant michael monnig's family who had access to the apartment say he is most likely not at risk.
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>> he had a stomach ache. no fever or vomiting or diarrhea or anything like that. experiencing some flu-like symptoms. my dad is a cautious person. he decided to be safe than sorry. >> good idea. the fear does seem to be spreading faster than the virus. parents removed two children in a dallas school because it is the same attended by the daughter of a politician who visited thomas eric duncan's family. there is no chance the politician or his child could spread the ebola virus. meanwhile, we are learning new information about the spanish nurse infected with ebola. how she may have caught the virus. we will go live to madrid in 15 minutes. the u.s. led coalition conducts more air strikes against the kurdish city. the pentagon officials insist air power alone is not enough to
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save kobani against a willing and capable, effective partner on the ground. >> air strikes will not save the town of kobani. we know that. we have been saying that over and over again. yet, we continue to get questions of why aren't you doing more and how come they are not effective? we have been very honest about the limits of air power here. >> cnn's phil black is live on the border between syria and turkey for us this morning. good morning, phil. >> reporter: good morning, christine. as we speak, the sound of fast moving aircraft overhead once again. we believe we have witnessed one air strike on positions near the city of kobani behind me. that is where once again, there is smoke over the city. it is where the desperate fight for the city continues. it is where the people resisting isis would disagree that they are not a capable fighting force. they have done a great deal to
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slow down the isis force over last few years. they are certainly motivated. men and women who are risking everything to try to protect their homeland. the news by the united states, if you like, that it cannot and won't try to save the city through air strikes alone will not be welcome to them because they believe that the up-tick in air strikes we have seen in the last 48 hours or so has made a difference. they wish, certainly, it started sooner, before isis reached a e entered the gates of the city. these air strikes are the only things that can decrease the inevitable. the fall of the city to isis. they believe air strikes and more of them, can slow down the isis advance, but the same problems for these kurdish fighters remain. they have limited resources and they are running out of places to fall back to. they are up against an adversary that is bigger in number and
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more sophisticated and more powerful fire power and is continually being resupplied from further positions behind. from the territory that isis has taken over in the last few weeks. fighting continues. air strikes continue. it is looking increasingly desperate for the kurdish fighters that are still in the city, christine. >> phil black for us on the border. thank you. isis militants are celebrating the downing of an iraqi military helicopter. photos posted. both pilots on board were killed. the head of the kurdish regional government in iraq is calling on the u.s.-led coalition to step up air strikes. he pleaded with the international community to help the hundreds of thousands of kurdish refugees fleeing the isis advance. the mother of the american hostage abdul kassig sending out
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a tweet. i'm trying to get in touch about my son's fate. i'm an old woman. abdul kassig is my only child. my husband and myself are on our own. how can we reach you? isis has threatened to kill him next. he was doing humanitarian work in syria when he was captured. federal prosecutors are asking for a closed court room when a chicago-area teen is facing terror charges. muhammed hamzah khan was arrested at o'hare airport on saturday trying to board a flight to vienna with a connection to turkey. it is not clear if the judge will honor the request to keep the media and public out of the hearing. new revelations about the 2012 prostitution scandal in colombia involving secret service agents. the white house has repeatedly denied inappropriate behavior by the staff.
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according to "the washington post," details suggest a white house aide may have had a prostitute stay overnight with him at his hotel. documents show senior officials were made aware of it. at the time, the aide denied he hired a prostitute or brought anyone to his room. >> some of the damning charges or allegations are the white house knew about it and did not respond. put political pressure on the secret service. smoother and faster. that is how signing up for obamacare will go this time round. officials unveiled a cleaner healthcare.gov web site. the next open enrollment period begins on november 15th. asian and europe markets opened higher due to the u.s. markets biggest one-day gain of the year. stocks closed 2% higher. you can thank the fed chair janet yellen for the run. the fed would not raise interest
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rates soon. it was a nice recovery from tuesday's selloff. that was worry offer the global slow growth. it is a reminder not to jump out of the market because you miss out on the biggest day of the year. >> always the one i miss. the hackers who broke into jpmorgan chase may have targeted 12 other financial institutions according to the financial times. on the list, fidelity, citigroup, e-trade. last week, jpmorgan chase confirmed the hackers stole information from 80 million accounts. watch this. that's a lot. 13 big financial names. we have breaking news overnight. new deadly police shooting in missouri. protesters on the streets. we have new dramatic video ahead. a family sharing their story with cnn of how a routine
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separate one. each case was settled before trial, but this time may be different. last month, the officers were caught on tape smashing the window of a car and tasing jamal jones. both claim they took action after jones refused to cooperate. in an exclusive cnn interview, jones and the family say they did not do anything wrong and that is why they are suing. >> he went from the left to the right. i didn't know which way to pull over. i said, oh, my god, he is pulling me over like a robbed a bank. he came to the car and asked me for my identification. he was pacing. he was moving around. he was making frowns on his face. >> i wasn't going to leave my family in the car when they have their weapons drawn. i felt to protect my family to stay in the vehicle. >> he cussed jamal out. he was getting aggressive with
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anticipated and quickly overwhelmed by the outbreak. the couple the fact you have a large 50% illiterate rate. you have a challenge to get the message out to people of what to do to stop the transmission of the disease. >> the united nations is warning if ebola spreads to some of africa's larger economies, the financial toll could reach $32.6 billion by next year. >> that's a big price tag. the worst-case scenario. we are learning more about the spanish nurse who cared for a patient and has the disease. maria ramos may have accidentally touched her face when removing her gear. that may be the moment she was infected. we are learning ramos' dog has been put down. despite the outcry online to save the dog's life.
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cnn's al goodman is live. al, we are learning how she may have been infected. >> reporter: christine, that is the narrative that the hospital is giving. she is in hospital here with others who are under observation that she may have, she says, she may have touched her face, exposed face while taking gear off after she treated another ebola patient at the hospital. there are other concerns. were the procedures in place to protect her from getting it and were the procedures in place once she had it and was walking around. it took her a week to actually get back in here as a patient. she went to a clinic and came back home. it took hours to get back up here. in all that time, a lot of people exposed. dozens of people under observation. spain telling the united nations partners the procedures may have been relaxed here in terms of
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disposing or treating or handling the corpse of the other ebola patient when disposing the bodily fluids. christine. >> there was so much sadness yesterday with the court order to put down the dog. the dog with her while she was ill. what can you tell us about that? where there other options here? >> reporter: well, the campaign to save the dog started at the hospital because her husband is under close observation on fear he might also develop the ebola virus. from his hospital room, he called out to spanish media and gavin afte interviews. about 400,000 tried to save the dog, ex-caliber. authorities here wanted to put the dog down on fear it might spread. other medical experts, including cnn, say it might have been a better idea to hold on to the dog and see what developed for research. the spanish officials thought differently. christine. >> certainly a huge public
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outcry for that dog. thank you, al goodman. in the end, it did not do any good. >> there is evidence that dogs can carry ebola. they studied this over the years. that is a fact. fierears of ebola in the und states causing changes at an airport near you. we will have the latest just ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, it helps pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs.
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stopping ebola at the airport. how the u.s. now plans to keep infected travelers from entering the country. u.s. air strikes unable to
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stop isis in syria. terrorists there gaining ground. that as the mother of an american hostage reaches out to save her son. and chaos on the streets of st. louis after another deadly police shooting. video to show you ahead. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. health officials are set to start screening for ebola at five major airports in the u.s. the screenings saturday saturday at jfk and expand to newark, washington, dulles, o'hare and hartsfield-jackson. these will be from flights arriving from sierra leone and liberia. customs and border patrol will use thermometers aimed at your forehead.
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they will use a questionnaire. >> we are asking that to see what symptoms you have had and where will you be for the next few days and through a non contact thermometer, we are taking temperatures of every passenger that comes from one of the three affected countries. if you answer positive or test for a high fever, the passenger is referred to cdc. >> there is a 21-day incubation period. you may not have a fever when you pass through the airport. when the case comes through, we had the temperature screening set up, why did this happen. this is predictable it will happen. this is not a foolproof way. >> the first person diagnosed of ebola died on wednesday.
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officials treating thomas eric duncan said he was on a ventilator and on dialysis for kidney failure. elizabeth cohen is in dallas with more. >> reporter: family and friends mourning the loss of thomas eric duncan and questions about the care he received about texas presbyterian hospital. why did the hospital wait five days before asking the fda for permission to use an experiments al medicine? his girlfriend thanked the mayor of dallas and the judge involved in the case, the pastor involved. members of the community, but not the doctors and nurses which is quite telling. she said this in a statement. i trust a thorough examination will take place regarding all aspects of his care. a deputy sheriff was rushed to the hospital in full protective gear because there were fears he might have ebola. however, there are lots of reasons to think that he doesn't. consider this, he never actually had contact with thomas eric
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duncan. he did go into the apartment where duncan was living, but he was there three days later and he touched surfaces, but ebola cannot live on surfaces for more than a few hours. duncan had been out of the apartment for several days. also, monnig doesn't have a fever. the risk of him having ebola is very low. john, christine. >> better to be safe than sorry. we are learning more information about the spanish nurse infected with ebola. how she may have caught the virus. we are live in madrid in 15 minutes. other news, islamic fighters are pushing further into the city of kobani this morning as the u.s. coalition conducts more air strikes against isis targets in and around that city. the pentagon officials insist air power alone will not be enough to save kobani. not without what spokesperson
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john kirby says a willing and effective partner on the ground. >> air strikes alone will not do this. will not fix this. not save the town of kobani. we know that and we have been saying that. yet, we continue to get questions of why aren't you doing more and how come they are not more effective? we have been honest about the limits of air power. >> we have cnn's phil black on the border with syria and tur y turkey. phil, we have seen the smoke and planes. the siege of kobani continues. >> reporter: it does, john. we heard more planes overhead just this morning. it is almost continuous, that sound. and seeing impacts in the distance around kobani. air strikes alone will not save the city, those air strikes are continuing. that will give some heart to the kurdish fighters inside the city. they want more of that. their belief if they take care
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of the street fighting, then they can leave the air strikes to the u.s. and coalition in order to deal with the isis positions and reinforcements that are moving through the more open territory that they have conquered in recent weeks. they believe that combination will have them hold off isis for a longer period of time. they believe that worked well in the last 24 hours and reclaiming parts of the city that had fallen to isis. there is no doubt the situation for them is dire. the u.s. assessment is clear. kobani will fall and there are clear reasons for that. limited resources. running out of space to fall back to and taking heavy casualties. it is, it seems, only a question of time until the city does fall to isis. fighters remain determined despite the fact the final isis occupation of kobani an appears to be a fact in waiting. >> phil black, you are watching this happen along the border.
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thanks, phil. isis militants are celebrating the downing of an iraqi military helicopter. photo posted to an isis web site show the charred aircraft. meanwhile, head of the kurdish regional government in iraq is calling on the u.s.-led coalition to step up air strikes. barzani pleaded to help with the kurdish refugees fleeing the isis advance. the mother of the american hostage abdul-rahman kassig writes i'm trying to get in touch with the islamic state about my son's fate. i'm an old woman and abdul is my only child. my husband and i are on our own with no help from the government. we would like to talk to you. how can we reach you. isis has threatened to kill kassig. he was doing humanitarian work in syria when he was captured
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earlier this month. federal prosecutors are asking for a closed courtroom later this morning when a chicago-area teen appears in court for terrorism charges. 19-year-old muhammed hamzah khan is accused of planning to join isis. he was arrested at o'hare airport saturday trying to board a flight to vienna with a connection to turkey. it is not clear if the judge will honor the prosecutor request to keep the media and public out of the hearing. new intrigue and complaints about the 2012 prostitution scandal in colombia with secret service agents. the white house has denied the inappropriate behavior by the staff, according to "the washington post" details suggest that a white house volunteer in advance man, may have had a prostitute staying overnight with him at his hotel. documents show senior officials were made aware of the documents during the investigation.
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at the time the aide denied to investigators he hired a prostitute or brought anyone to his room. smoother and faster. that is how officials say signing up for obamacare will go this time around. officials unveiled a cleaner healthcare.gov web site. the next open enrollment begins november 15th. >> we have it here, too. president obama heading west for a series of fund-raisers. he will have a campaign with a tech company before an event at the home of gwyneth paltrow. not a swing state in california, i might add, he is there to raise cash for democrats and to help keep control of the senate. time for an early start on your money. big day on wall street.
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stocks biggest one day gain of the year. the markets snapped back. closed 2% higher. the dow gained 274 points. it was the best day in almost a year for the nasdaq and s&p 500. nice recovery from tuesday's selloff. investors concerned about the slow global growth. the fed said it will not raise interest rates anytime soon. al kcalcoa kicked off its g yesterday. those are the two big stock movers for today. breaking news overnight. angry crowds protesting another deadly police shooting in missouri. we have that dramatic video. look at this. we will have that story just
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ran away and pulled a gun on the officer. the scene played out miles away from the city of ferguson, of course, where officer darren wilson, fatally shot 18-year-old michael brown. the manhunt has intensified in pennsylvania. there have been sightings of eric matthew frein in the woods in the recent days. police found a journal apparently written by frein describing in chilling detail how he shot and killed a state trooper. >> friday, september 12th, got a shot at 11:00 p.m. and took it. he dropped. i was surprised at how quick. i took a follow-up shot on his head and neck area. he was still and quiet after that. >> that's awful. frein allegedly shot and injured a second trooper. there has been no sign of
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hannah graham since the university of virginia student went missing more than three weeks ago. search teams are combing the area looking for clues. graham was last seen with jesse matthew jr. he is charged with abduction with intent. this is the largest search in virginia history. nfl owners are considering and plan to refuse roger goodell's power with the personal conduct policies. the nfl is under fire with the domestic violence and child abuse cases with ray rice and adrian peterson. listen to goodell after the intense day-long meeting in new york. >> it is my job to admit mistakes, but my job to see how they are not occurring again. >> ray rice is appealing his decision. he wants that fast tracked. the former ravens running back
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we are learning more this morning about the spanish nurse who cared for an ebola patient and now has ebola herself. maria ramos says she may have accidently touched her face while removing her protective gear. that may be the moment she became infected. we are learning her dog has now been put down despite an outcry
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in madrid and online. hundreds of thousands of people signed that petition. cnn's al goodman is standing by live. good morning, al. what's the latest? >> reporter: a lot more questions than answers is the latest. if that is the leading hypothesis of how she contracted ebola, as dealing with another ebola patient in africa, came back to the hospital behind me where elahe later died, if she k off the suit and touched her exposed face with the glove or other part and gave herself, that has to do with the amount of training she had. that raises the questions of what happened after that. she went to her doctor a couple of times. she was sent back home. it took a week to get to another hospital emergency room. it took hours for her to get here. she was exposing, according to
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people, a lot of other people. those other people are now under observation. lots of questions for this government which is trying to get a grip on this which has been trying to say they did everything right, but many people think it did not. >> everyone in the united states watching things well. procedures there are not different from procedures here. al, the dog, ex-caliber, put down despite the public outcry. >> reporter: a huge outpouring that start the here. according to the nurse's assistant, her husband is under the facility under observation of ebola virus. he started the campaign. 400,000 people signed up to save the dog which is at their house 30 miles south in a suburb. protests outside the house. spanish authorities pushing aside recommendations to save the dog and study the dog and use it for research. they put it down yesterday. john. >> al goodman in madrid.
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welcome back. almost the top of the hour. let's get an early start on your money. stocks scored their biggest one day gain this year. the market up nearly 2%. dow gained 274 points. a big day from tuesday's selloff. you can thank janet yellen. the fed signalled wednesday it would not raise interest rates anytime soon. the world bank is raising the estimate for the ebola
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outbreak. the latest is $32 billion. part of that is the drugs to fight the outbreak. cnn's poppy harlow sat down with belin belin belinda gates. >> we need to maybe public/private partnerships to invest in the diseases. ebola was one that was behind. >> the gates foundation backing this and fighting ebola. for the rest of the interview, go to cnnmoney.com. all beyonce, all the time. that is who listeners are getting from a houston radio station. dumping the all news programming for 24 hours all beyonce. the station had poor ratings.
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