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>> except for you. the report warns of carmageddon. >> we have that to look forward to. >> a case for driverless cars. "early start" continues right now. >> new controversy over ebola in the united states. the white house butting heads with governors over the idea of mandatory quarantines for u.s. health care workers returning from the battle of ebola in africa. this as one healthy, but quarantined nurse speaks out describing her isolation as inhumane. she is in a tent in new jersey. she's mad. breaking news this morning. a second person shot in the washington high school cafeteria has died overnight. new details unravel. and the political world is
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talking. jeb bush for president? his son fuelling new speculation about a white house run in 2016. we will tell you what he had to say ahead. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. monday, october 27th. 5:00 a.m. in the east. there's a major controversy this morning and confusion and ever changing policies over how medical personnel returning from west africa should be treated once they get back to the united states. new york state backing off this mandatory 21-day hospital stay. new york will allow returning workers to be quarantined at home. new jersey clarifying. new jersey will allow patients to be confined at home if possible, abobut a nurse in a n jersey hospital tent is blasting governor chris christie.
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the symptoms of the new york doctor have progressed. craig spencer is in stable, but serious condition. we have elizabeth cohen this morning with more. >> reporter: john and christine. here, dr. craig spencer is in serious condition. doctors say he has moved into the next phase of the illness with gastrointestinal symptoms. he is getting a plasma transfusion from nancy writebol. he is getting an anti-viral medication. an experimental medication which is a medicine given to other ebola patients. in new york and new jersey, the quarantine controversy rages on. a nurse named kaci hickox flew from sierra leone into newark airport on friday. she wasn't sick and feeling
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fine, but sent to the hospital where she remained in isolation. she doesn't have a temperature. she tested negative for ebola tries. she is feeling fine, but her spirits are low. >> everyone is asking how i'm feeling physically. i feel fine physically. i don't think most people understand what it's like to be alone in a tent and to know there's nothing wrong with you and the decisions are made that don't make sense and show no compassion. >> reporter: after i spoke with hickox, i spoke with dr. sacra. a health care worker. he doesn't understand why hickox is being quarantined. she doesn't have ebola. how could she give the disease to anyone? governor christie is protecting the public health. christine and john. >> thanks to elizabeth.
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chris christie and andrew cuomo stand by their decision to quarantine anyone arriving from west africa countries where they may have had direct contact with ebola patients. governors have now clarified that stay can be at home if possible. the obama administration is pushing back arguing that what they view as unnecessary quarantines well discourage health care workers from fighting ebola at the source. >> i'm sorry for the inconvenien inconvenience. the inconvenience of having people symptomatic and ill is a greater concern. >> we are doing everything possible. some say we are being too cautious. i'll take that criticism. >> we need to find a way when they come home they are treated like heroes and not stigmatized. >> the nurse in the tent is not
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ill. the texas nurses who cared for the first u.s. ebola patient, thomas eric duncan, they say they confronted major obstacles from the beginning. inadequate protection guidelines from the cdc analyze they say duncan told them about his exposure to ebola. texas health presbyterian nurses tell cbs that duncan initially told them he had come from africa. later, he specified liberia. he misled officials about the possible sources of exposure. >> what information did he deny to the health officials? >> about his travels, about his hand-bearing his pregnant daughter who died in child birth. he denied. he said that. >> he wasn't honest with them. >> yeah. >> thomas eric duncan's fiancee is struggling to put her life back together with the help of her church. more than a week after passing the 21-day isolation period for a monitoring for ebola, louise
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and her son and nephews are still looking for a new place to live. her pastor tells the dallas morning news, landlords are reluctant to rent to them and nearly all of the belongings were destroyed in the decontamination process. the gunman prepared a video showing he was motivated by political and ideological motives. michael zehaf-bibeau's actions are being investigated to see if his interactions having anything to do with the attack. changing of the guard. officially transferring the camps to afghan control in ceremonies on sunday. flags were lowered for the last time on sunday marking the milestone. every combat marine and soldier will soon be coming home.
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a warm welcome home for jeffery fowle. the man detained for nearly six months. he and his family attended church services on sunday. churchgoers applauded as the family took the stage and participated in a moment of prayer. seven minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. european stocks higher. a health check of european banks showed financial industry making progress in europe to withstand a crisis. sigh of relief. u.s. stock futures barely budging. last week, the best week of the year for stocks. dow claimed 425 points last week. 2.6%. the s&p is better. 4% it climbed last week. this week, the fed is expected to stop its bond buying stimulus
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program. central bank keeping interest rates near zero. you know, many people look at that stimulus program from the fed and say this is why the stock market rallied. people put money into stocks after the financial crisis because the fed was pumping the world full of money. >> sooner or later, they have to do it without the fed. could it be 1992 all over again? bush versus clinton. this time it would be jeb bush facing hillary clinton. plenty of speculation of both people potentially getting into the race. on sunday, it was jeb's son george p. bush in an abc interview who suggested he thinks he knows what his father is thinking. >> is your dad going to run for president? >> i think he is still assessing it. >> do you think it is more than 50% or less than 50%? >> i think it is more than likely that he is giving this a serious thought and moving forward. >> that he will run? >> that he will run. >> george p. bush is involved in a campaign of his own for texas
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land commissioner. >> jeb bush has positions on immigration and education and others that may be against the traditional republican orthodox. >> it would be hard for him to run in a primary. it will not be a clear path. or clear path for hillary clinton. jeb would have issues because of the common core. >> he has been on the trail for other republicans this season. he is out there shaking hands and appearing in places. >> by all accounts, they have not started contacting money people and setting up a system. nine minutes past the hour. happening now, iraq's army making gains in the fight against isis. breaking news this morning. a second victim in friday's school shooting died overnight. we'll tell you all the latest developments after the break.
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new developments this morning in the battle against
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isis. a seerg human rights group says isis fighters make up the vast majority of those killed in the militant groups in the takeover of the city of kobani. of the 518 people that died in the fighting, 481 were with isis. 21 were kurdish civilians. rest kurdish fighters. in iraq, two towns have been retain by the groups opposed to isis. iraqi troops and kurdish forces. our correspondent ben wedeman is live in baghdad with more. good morning, ben. >> reporter: good morning, john. advances in two areas. one south of baghdad in an area where four villages have been taken over by the iraqi army and the shi'a militias. we were in that area yesterday and it did seem that the bulk of the fighting at the front lines
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was at the shi'a militias. in the past, what we have seen is the iraqi forces have been able to retake certain areas, but often times when their attention shifts elsewhere, isis manages to come back and retake control of those areas. in the north to the west of the city of mosul, the largest iraqi city which is under isis occupation since june, to the place called zoumar, peshmerga forces have been able to take the town which stands between mosul and syrian border. it appears the tactic of peshmerga forces are trying to do is cut off mosul from the rest of the areas that isis controls in syria and iraq. we heard from the coalition forces officials and american officials here in baghdad that the tactic, the plan is to cut
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mosul off and eventually they say within a year to retake that city. the concern is the longer isis manages to control a place like mosul, which is a huge city of more than 2 million people, the harder it will be to dislodged them in the future. john. >> talking about urban combat there no matter how you look at it. ben wedeman, thank you. breaking overnight. a 14-year-old girl wounded in the washington high school shooting has died. gia soriano had head injuries. she succumbed to the wounds overnight. another student zoe galasso died at the scene on friday. she was vibrant and larger than life according to friends. listen. >> she was part of our family. >> tell me about her. >> the goofiest girl.
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loving. airhead. she just brought happiness. she was a beautiful soul. >> police are starting to piece together a motive now. three other marysville pilchuck high school students are in the hospital. two of those are the shooter's cousins. friends and family paying tribute to hannah graham. a memorial set up on the university of virginia student in memory of the sophomore who disappeared last month. human remains were identified on friday as belonging to graham. the six-week manhunt for the accused pennsylvania cop killer eric matthew frein goes on. police may have a new lead. they are testing blood found on a woman's backyard over the weekend. testing to see if it belongs to
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frein. he is wanted for ambushing two pennsylvania state troopers last month. killing one and injuring the other. authorities believe they spotted them several times in the poconos mountain region. four members of the florida a & m university hazing ritual will stand trial for manslaughter today. the suspects beat the hazing target with mallets and drum sticks and fists. they are accused of killing robert champion three years ago. the band was suspended for a year and the university's president resigned. evacuation concerns in hawaii and lava races toward villages. the puna region on high alert from the kilauea volcano. the lava is moving at rates of 15 yards hour. lava destroyed a cemetery and is moving close to a main road there.
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they are always so beautiful, but dangerous. you cannot fight the lava flows. indra petersons is here this morning with an early look at your forecast. >> good morning. you talk about hawaii. 2,000 degrees fahrenheit. milder conditions out east. beautiful in the last several days. the frontal system is making its way across the midwest and making it to the northeast by the middle of the week. we will have showers today. the highest concentration is the south. we are talking about arkansas and in through the mississippi valley. we will see the heavy showers. not a major system. the big thing is the roller costar of temperatures. if you are in the northeast, temperatures are climbing up ahead of the frontal boundary. meanwhile, in the midwest, it is warm today and above average. those temperatures will go down once that frontal system makes its way through. look at this. it is supposed to be fall. temperatures in the 70s and 80s
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today. by tomorrow, same thing. warm temperatures spreading into the east. notice what is behind the front with the milder air. i think the biggest story across the country is the leftover tropical moisture from ana. all of this making its way to the west coast with series of systems. it has brought heavy rain. strong winds over the weekend. i know drought conditions in the area. you don't want a lot of rain at once. a lot of concerns. thanks, indra. >> all right. the san francisco giants on the cusp of a new world series title. can the giants finish it off? a world series so dramatic, we chartered in our expert to discuss this. andy scholes live with us here on the set after the break. [ male announcer ] tomcat bait kills up to 12 mice, faster than d-con.
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he dominated in game five. a four-hit shutout. a .29 e.r.a. >> best ever. >> sure looks like it. the giants won this game 5-0. they are up 3-2 in the series. game six in kansas city. sad news this morning. 22-year-old cardinals outfielder tavaras. tavaras made his debut with st. louis. befores se the season, he was t third-ranked prospect. you had a good day yesterday. drew brees threw for 300 yards and three touchdowns. in pittsburgh, ben roethlisberger had a career day. big ben threw for 520 yards and
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six touchdowns. the first quarterback ever to have two 500-yard passing games. steelers won 51-34. and tom brady. it was vintage brady against the bears. patriots dominating winning 51-23. brady threw for five touchdowns and five incomplete passes. >> they of those were just drops. he was so good yesterday. so was rob gronkowski. what leg injury? >> he is back. finally one more play. the eagles and cardinals game. we saw a gatorade shower. he goes straight into the gatorade coolers. a collision with patrick peterson. >> that table was less forgiving than the cups. >> and the eagles lost. it wasn't like a fulfilling
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living in isolation. a u.s. nurse returning from treating ebola patients in west africa furious when she is placed in mandatory quarantine in a tent in new jersey. the white house butting heads with governors over which precautions are necessary to prevent the virus from spreading. breaking news this morning. a second shoot shot friday in the high school cafeteria died overnight. that as the community tries to make sense of the tragedy. could a third bush, a third bush ready to run for president? jeb bush stirring his speculation for a plan for 2016. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. new controversy and confusion over medical personnel returning from the west africa ebola
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the united states. treated in allowing patients to be quarantined at home for new york. new jersey clarifying allowing workers to be confined at home if possible. a nurse quarantined in a new jersey hospital tent with no shower and just a portable toilet is criticizing governor christie as diagnosing her as sick although he is not a doctor. the symptoms of the doctor treated in new york are changing. his condition is serious, but stable. we have elizabeth cohen joining us with more. >> reporter: john and christine, here, dr. craig spencer is now in serious condition. doctors say he moved into the next phase of the illness with
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gastrointestinal symptoms. he is getting transfusion from nancy writebol. he is also getting anti-viral medication. the doctors are not saying what, but it may be a experimental drug. here in new york and in new jersey, the quarantine controversy rages. the nurse kaci hickox, flew from sierra leone into newark airport on friday and she wasn't sick. she was feeling fine, but sent to the hospital where she remains in isolation. she doesn't have a temperature. she tested negative for ebola twice. she says she is feeling fine, but her spirits are low. >> everyone keeps asking how are you feeling physically. of course, i feel fine physically. i don't think most people understand what it's like to be
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alone in a tent and to know there's nothing wrong with you and the decisions are be made that don't make sense and show no compassion. >> reporter: after i spoke with hickox, i spoke with dr. rick sacra. he worked in west africa and ebola survivor. he doesn't understand why hickox is quarantined. she doesn't have ebola and not sick. how could she give the disease to anyone? governor christie says he is protecting the public health. christine and john. >> thank you, elizabeth. the governors of new jersey and new york are still standing by their quarantines although the governors have clarified they can stay at home if possible. the obama administration pushing back and arguing what they view as unnecessary quarantines will discourage health care workers
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from fighting ebola at its source. >> i'm sorry if she was inconvenienced. the inconvenience that could occur from having people symptomatic and ill out in public is a greater concern. >> we are staying one step ahead. we are doing everything possible. some people will say we are being too cautious. i'll take that criticism because that's better than the alternative. >> we need to find a way when they come home that they are treated like heroes and not stig stigmati stigmatized. the texas nurse who cared for the first ebola patient thomas eric duncan faced inadequate policies from the cdc and said duncan lied about the disease. he initially said he had come from africa, later specifying he came from liberia. >> what information was it that
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he denied to the health officials? >> about his travels, about his hand-bearing his pregnant daughter who died in child birth. he denied that he said that. >> he wasn't honest with them? >> yeah. >> duncan's fiancee is struggling to put her life back together with the help of her church. more than a week of passing the 21-day monitoring, she and her children tell us that landlords are reluctant to rent to them and nearly all of the belongings destroyed in the decontamination process. the two leading vaccines to protect against the virus funded with public and private money. one was developed by the u.s. national institute of health and
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clinton in 2016? jeb versus hillary. there is a lot about these candidates. on sunday, jeb's son george p. bush gave the clearest sign yet of what his father may be thinking. >> is your dad going to run for president? >> i think he is still assessing it. >> is it more than 50% or less than 50%? >> it is more than likely he is giving this serious thought. >> that he will run? >> that he will run. >> jeb's oldest son is running for texas land commissioner. a lot has been made on jeb bu bush's political position. he has been standing up at rallies for other candidates. he has the network and still has skin in the game. >> it will not be a clear path for him. support for the common core and immigration may be difficult for
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new developments this morning in the battle against isis. in iraq, government troops retain a town south baghdad. and peshmerga forces have regained control north of the border of the mosul dam. isis fighters make up the majority of those killed in the isis fight to take the strategic city of kobani. of the 518 people that died, 481 were with isis. 21 kurdish civilians and rest kurdish fighters. let's bring in nick paton walsh on the latest on the battle for kobani. >> reporter: john, the human rights say the figures are not final, but there are more that lost their lives in the weeks of fighting. that gives us a clearer idea of
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the casualties that isis has sustained. significantly more than the kurds and the coalition the air strikes must have brought upon the outskirts of town. we have been speaking to kurdish who have been trying to move into the city center overnight. they successfully repelled that bid from the east to the border crossing. the question now john is when do the peshmerga arrive. the iraqi kurdish fighters have expected to travel from northern iraq to turkey and northern kobani. the syrian kurds need heavy weapons and hope the peshmerga will bring with them. a lot of confusion now. the turkish president saying he was not sure the syrian kurds wanted the peshmerga fighters to join them. confusion if they wanted that
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victory for kurds. now suggestions and media reports from the kurdish side that mission may be diluted. we don't have the peshmerga in sight. we are still waiting for isis to pull back. instead, they seem to advance to the center again. and yesterday, sound of clashes is intense over kobani. john. >> no reinforcements, nick and confusion reins. thank you, nick. breaking overnight. a 14-year-old girl wounded in the washington high school shooting has died. gia soriano was critical with head injuries and succumbed to the injuries. her family is devastated by the senseless tragedy.
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another girl, zoe galasso died at the scene. >> tell me about her. >> the goofiest girl. loving. airhead. she just brought happiness. she was a beautiful soul. >> police now trying to piece together a motive. three other marysville pilchuck high school students are in the hospital fighting for her lives this morning. two of the students are the shooter's own cousins. friends and family paying tribute to hannah graham. students came by to leave flowers for the sophomore who vanished last month. human remains discovered eight miles from where graham was seen
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were identified as hannah graham's. we have indra petersons with an early start on the forecast for the week. >> finally a better forecast than last week. a nor'easter and rain. it will look better. high pressure in place, but that doesn't mean it will stay that way. showers already around the lakes through texas. light rain. we are not talking about a lot, but by wednesday in the northeast, you will see the change. 1 inch farther down south to 2 inches of rain. you will notice the roller coaster of temperatures. in the east, 70s in new york city by tomorrow. extremely warm. temperatures will back down as the cold front makes its way through. look at this. we talk about temperatures above normal. fall? where? 76 degrees in chicago today. temperatures almost 20 degrees above normal. that changes quickly once that frontal boundary kicks through.
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tomorrow, another 20-degree drop. temperatures down to the 60s. we will talk about showers. out west, if you are traveling that way, we have the remnants of ana bringing more rain where they don't need it. >> thank you. let's look at what is coming up on "new day." alyson. >> there are questions about ebola and quarantined. new jersey and new york are trying to keep people isolated. they say this is for the public safety. both states under fire from all sides. the white house is not happy and neither is a nurse under quarantined. she is cutting loose against governor christie. we will have that debate. we will talk to dr. rick sacra who survived the disease after contracting it in liberia. we will have that when we see you here on "new day" at the top
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so hopes for a cease-fire that the nigerian government claimed it negotiated with
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insurgents disappeared this morning. boko haram kidnapped 30 boys and girls over the weekend after they killed 17 in the nearby village last week and seized 60 women and girls from a neighboring state. cnn's isha sesay is live with the boko haram marauding and the claims that seem not to be true of the cease-fire by the government. >> reporter: john, there is no doubt the statements made by the government last week are increasingly questionable. since that announcement has been made, there have been near daily attacks in eastern nigeria. you mentioned the attack in mafa. 30 boys and girls, boys as young as 13 and girls as young as 11
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carried off by suspected boko haram militants. it is worth pointing out these attacks are in villages under a state of emergency. there is an increased military presence there. the residents feeling so unsafe that the village of mafa, they have left their homes and seeking safety in the state capital. it is a horrifying reality that people in the part of the country have been dealing with for years. all of this begging the question will those 200 plus girls taken in april really be released as the government has long been saying given the events taking place on the ground. john. >> it keeps going on. such a tragedy. isha sesay, thank you. the most important economic catindicator is what you pay ate gas pump. how low can they go? an "early start" on your money is next. you ge th matters
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all right. let's get an early start. european stocks losing the early gains after the economy in germany. u.s. stock futures lightly lower this morning. last week was the best week of the year for stocks. look at the chart. dow claimed 425 points. that is about 2.6%. s&p climbed more than 4%. this week, the fed reserve is expected to end the bond buying stimulus program that propped up the stock market. gas prices plunging.
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the average price is $3.03. it is down 30 cents from a month ago. it is down 60 cents from prices over the summer. experts say prices could fall a bit more. why? oil prices. crude oil is about $81 a barrel this morning compared to $107 over the summer. weak global demand and boosting supplies in the u.s. sitting in traffic is a headache. a study finds the gridlock in the u.s. and europe will soar to $293 billion a year. up 50% from last year. the cost includes value of fuel and wasted time not productive at work. the report warns of carmageddon. congestion is getting a lot worst. >> it is presumption to think i will not be productive at work. >> my best ideas come when i'm
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stuck in traffic. "new day" starts right now. . >> quarantine controversy. several states taking heat for a new policy to quarantine all health care workers returning from west africa. a quarantine nurse in new jersey plans to file lawsuit against her confinement. are these new efforts going too far. >> the white house announcing new guidelines. at odds over how to handle staff returning from west affect. are these quarantines enforceable? will other states face suit. another injury from friday's shooting if washington state. shocking new details emerging now about what happened inside that school cafeteria, students ducking for cover as a teacher risks her life to stop the
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carnage. >> your "new day" starts right now. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate baldwin and michaela pereira. >> good morning, it is monday, 6:00 in the east. we are joined by alisyn camerota. >> happy monday. >> what to do about ebola workers from ebola-stricken north africa. people say quarantine them. experts in the white house say, they're going too far. this morning, new york state modifying its mandatory 21-hospital stay. the new rule, you can do that quarantine at home. >> for some, new jersey is clarifying its strict quarantine process, which is under fire from a nurse, she has been kept in isolation since arriving back from sierra leone. she says she is not sick, she has no gn

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