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captured alive. accused cop killer eric matthew frein finally arrested nearly 50 days on a manhunt. taunting investigators. how he was finally taken down ahead. defied quarantine. a nurse returning from west africa refusing to stay inside the house. the question this morning is what will kaci hickox do next and what will the consequences be? and ferguson's top cop on the record forced to resign. talks about the shooting of
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unarmed teen mike brown. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it is friday. >> say it again. >> happy friday. happy halloween. it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. we have breaking news overnight. suspected cop killer eric frein now faces the death penalty. this after a dramatic seven-week game of cat-and-mouse deep in the woods of pennsylvania, he was captured, armed, late thursday. frein is expected to be arraig arraigned this morning. two counts of murder and weapons of mass destruction. pipe bombs found in a hiding place. let's get the latest from susan candiot candiotti. >> reporter: after escaping capture seven weeks, eric frein runs out of luck and time. without one shot fired, he is
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taken down by u.s. marshals who spots frein before he knew eyes were on him. sources say helped by intelligence, a special ops team clearing a previously searched area catches him walking across the airport between henrysville, pennsylvania. latest hiding place is 40 miles from the police barracks where frein is accused of shooting two troopers, killing one of them. marshals getting him on the ground recovering a pistol and rifle. he is put in a car and his nose appears to be injured. late thursday night, he is printed and booked and photographed and jailed pending his first court appearance. pennsylvania's governor tom corbett weighs in on the capture. >> we will not rest until his capture is made. we have made that major step that has to be taken down the path to justice.
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he was placed under arrest and cuffed with the handcuffs of corporal dixon. >> reporter: while frein was on the run, life far from normal. even halloween canceled to keep kids out of harm's way. that is back on. now one official says frein's arrest has made him ecstatic. john and christine. >> thank you, susan. developments in the standoff with nurse kaci hickox and the state of maine. paula page telling abc news he will drop demands over the quarantine for 21 days. he will drop that demand if she will agree to an ebola blood tests. negotiations with hickox have failed. meanwhile, hickox and her boyfriend, ted wilber testing the authority to keep her confined to her home with a bike ride through the woods. >> her behavior is realelinallyg
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a lot of people up. we are trying to protect her, but she is not acting as smart as she should. let's put it this way, i'm going to use the legal provisions to the fullest extent that the law allows me and i just hope that she recognizes that. >> we did not go into the grocery store. we are not trying to get anyone sick. we don't believe that we can get anyone sick and we are not trying to put anyone at risk. so, we're not trying to push any limits here. we're members of this community too and we want to make everyone feel comfortable. >> that's her boyfriend, ted wilb wilbur. he has been quarantined as well. he has been barred from campus
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or class or drop off homework. the pentagon is racing to prepare military hospitals in the u.s. to care for troops that could possibly catch ebola during deployment to west africa. it is unclear how many facilities are prepared to treat ebola patients. walter reed prepared exercises. some 4,000 troops are set to help fight the disease. a quarter of them are there already. defense secretary chuck hagel says progress is being made. >> about 1,100 department of defense personnel have deployed to west africa. they are making progress despite difficult weather conditions and rough terrain. they are making a difference in liberia with construction of 17 ebola treatment units. first will be completed over the weekend. >> the pentagon is still standing by decision to quarantine troops for 21 days
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despite a push against quarantines for civilian medical workers from the white house. there's word this morning that defense secretary chuck hagel has urged the white house to take a sharper view of the syrian assad regime. hagel wrote a blunt internal memo to susan rice. at a pentagon news briefing, hagel declined to comment on the memo, he admitted that assad derides benefit from the isis militants. that is a complexity of operating in the region. 10 fighters arrive in kobani on thursday. they are part of the peshmerga to save that city from isis. new this morning, the former
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navy s.e.a.l. is reportedly under investigation for possibly disclosing classified material. in the book, "no easy day", he said he was one of the six members who shot osama bin laden. the investigation is focused on revelations in the book, but others say the government is more interested in information he shared during paid speeches. time for an early start on money this friday. a great day for stocks. asian shares -- look at tokyo stocks up almost 5% today. the bank of japan made a surprise announcement. it is expanding stimulus measures. here in the u.s., stock futures are higher today. look at the dow. dow futures up 176 points. that is about 1% before the opening bell. the dow added 221 points. 1.3%. stocks climbed on corporate earnings. october started off rocky.
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stocks have recovered losses and then some. the dow and s&p 500 are up 1%. the nasdaq is up more. >> refresh my memory. when stocks are doing very, very badly and nerves all rattled. >> i said don't freak out. i was concerned we would not have a full 10% correction. we didn't. the stock market went down 7% from the recent peak and found lots of buyers. >> everyone is calling this the romans bounce. everyone awake in the room. >> i want you to bring everybody. eight minutes after the hour. ferguson's police chief is firing back at reports that his department is disbanding and he is blasting the federal investigation launched during the shooting of unarmed teenager michael brown. the criticism he has for the obama administration coming up. a deadly plane crash at a kansas airport. what we are learning about that next. i'm only in my 60's.
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reports of the pending resignation from the embattled police chief from ferguson, missouri. reports that he is in negotiations to step aside, jackson said he is staying. jackson also lashed at eric holder saying he is uninformed about the situation. >> frustration? >> frustration that he did come in town and did not meet with the city or neighborhood associations and drew conclusions. he said he has an investigation going on right now, so he doesn't want to comment on the investigation. however, he has drawn conclusion that wholesale change needs to be made.
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you say wholesale, do we get rid of the neighborhood associations or do we stop our s.r.o. program? do we quit teaching d.a.r.e.? we have a lot of good stuff going on. i think he needs to be more specific. >> prosecutors say there is no evidence supporting claims of leaks by the grand jury deciding whether to indict police officer darren wilson. the prime suspect will face the judge this morning in the disappearance of hannah graham. jesse matthew has been charged with rape of a woman in 2005. matthew is scheduled for a hearing in december in connection with hannah graham's disappearance. and a massachusetts judge rejected aaron hernandez's request to move the trial elsewhere. the tight end is accused of gunning down odin lloyd last
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year. hernandez's attorney says he cannot get a fair trying. ntsb investigators are on the scene of a small plane crash in wichita, missouri. the plane crashed near the flight training building killing the pilot and three people in the building. four people are still unaccounted for. the lava flow on the big island is slowed, but it is advancing on the village of pahoa. nearly 100 national guard troops are helping with the river of lava is making a slow-motion trek since june. the countdown is on. mid terms are four days away. president obama making a final push on the trail. he spoke to a packed crowd in portland, maine at a rally for
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gubernatorial candidate mike michaud. former president bill clinton on hand in louisville campaigning for aliso alison lundergan grimes. hillary clinton will campaign with her on saturday in lexington. that one is tight. in louisiana, republicans are calling for apology from democratic senator mary landrieu. after the low approval ratings in the south are tied to race. saying the south, quote, has not always been the friendly place for african-americans. and christie is stumping for candidates in arkansas following new mexico and iowa and
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colorado. the second trip to iowa this week for christie as he keeps the door open for the possible 2016 presidential run. >> tracing christine romans roots. >> a lot of people asking me does christie's form of the reporter on the campaign trail -- the brash confrontation work in iowa? iowa nice. a lot of republicans don't think christie's brand -- >> confrontational politics. >> he has been there twice. we will see. 16 minutes after the hour. i want to get an early look at the weather with chad myers. >> a very good early morning to you. temperatures will be nice for a lot of trick-or-treating tonight. maybe occasional rain slicker in the upper midwest or great lakes. this is not as bad as i have seen for some halloween nights. some scattered rain showers across parts of the west.
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california will take that rainfall as much as they can get. it has been obviously so dry out there. 56 in new york city. the high today. 60 in d.c. chicago, you only get to 42. yes, in the afternoon and evening hours, it will be colder than that. tomorrow's forecast is colder as that cold front goes all the way down even into the gulf of mexico. so cold air across parts of georgia and north florida as well. rain showers continue with snow in the mountain west. here are the highs tomorrow. chicago, 46. memphis, 52. the morning lows in the 30s in all of the cities. guys, back to you. happy halloween. chad, thanks for nothing. all right. two shocking developments in the world of sports. cavaliers and the knicks won. this was lebron james' first game back and they fell to the
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hapless knicks, 95-90. this was supposed to be an emotional homecoming. afterwards, james said it was a special night. he is glad it is over. carmelo anthony had a great night. lebron, not so much. i suspect that at some point the cavaliers will win a game. that's kevin love. a pickup by the cavaliers. tensions rising in israel this morning. violence closing a holy site. we are live with what is happening in the country. now john kerry is getting involved next.
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the government of burkina faso has collapsed amid huge protests in the west african nation. the military is now believed to be in control after demonstrators vented anger at the president after he announced he plans to extend his already 27-year term in office. the homes of the president's family members was set on fire. the president will hold talks and remain in office. tensions at a boiling point this morning in jerusalem. this after israel announced it is reopening access to the temple mound for some. officials closed the site after
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the attempted assassination of the rabbi. general kerry condemning a comment from the open efficiently to the magazine. the remark to the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu with the vulgarity. >> it rhymes with chicken spit. >> erin mclaughlin has the latest. >> reporter: christine, despite heavy rain, worshippers have been steadily arriving here at the damascus gate to the old city in east jerusalem. they have been arriving behind me heavy police presence. police set up barricades and checking identification of anyone wanting to enter the old city today. as you mentioned, the noble temple mound is open, but under
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restrictions. only men over the age of 50 and all women are being allowed inside to pray. it's a restriction that has been put in place in the past, but to the anger of many muslims. yesterday, the site was closed for the first time in 14 years to all worshippers. the decision for the palestinian president calls a declaration of war. it is a decision that israeli police say was taken based on intelligence and security assessment following the assassination attempt of the rabbi yehuda glick. >> erin, thank you. >> on edge there this morning. 24 minutes after the hour. a six-week nationwide manhunt for accused cop killer is finally over. survivalist eric frein behind bars. caught after hiding in the woods
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for nearly 50 days. how they finally caught him. that's ahead.
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that single ember can ignite and destroy your home or even your community you can't control where that ember will land only what happens when it does get fire adapted now at fireadapted.org breaking overnight. one of america's most wanted captured. accused cop killer eric frein finally caught. hiding from police in the woods for nearly 50 days. how they managed to take him in and what charges he is facing this morning. defied quarantine. nurse kaci hickox refusing to stay at home after returning from treating ebola patients in
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west africa. state officials are fuming. and ferguson's police chief on record refuting reports that his department is about to be disbanded after the michael brown shooting controversy. he had very harsh words for the obama is administration. >> harsh words for eric holder. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. >> let's start with breaking news. eric frein facing the death penalty after capture in northeast pennsylvania. frein expected to be arraigned this morning. authorities say the charges against him include first-degree murder, two counts of possessing weapons of mass destruction. that's a reference to two pipe bombs found in frein's hiding place. we get more details this morning from susan candiotti. >> reporter: christine, after escaping capture just shy of seven weeks, suspect the cop
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killer eric frein runs out of luck and time. without one shot fired, he is taken down by u.s. marshals who spot frein before he even knew eyes were on him. sources say helped by intelligence, a special ops team clearing a previously searched area, spots him walking across an airstrip at an abandoned airport in henriville, pennsylvania. his latest hiding place, 40 miles from the pennsylvania state police barracks where frein's accused of shooting two troopers, killing one of them. marshals getting him on the ground and recovering two weapons. a rifle and pistol. the self styled survivalist is put in a car and nose seems to be injured. he is booked into jail pending a court appearance. governor tom corbett weighs in. >> i'm pleased to be able to say
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tonight we have made that major step that has to be taken down the path to justice. he was placed under arrest and handcuffed with the handcuffs of corporal dixon. >> reporter: while frein was on the run, life far from normal. even halloween canceled to keep kids out of harm's way. now that's back on. one official saying frein's arrest has made him ecstatic. new tensions this morning in the standoff with kaci hickox and the state of maine. paul lepage will drop demand of the quarantine of the nurse if she will agree to an ebola blood test. lepage tells reporters that negotiations with hickox have failed.
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cnn's alexandra field is in ft. kent, maine with the latest. >> reporter: christine and john, we know kaci hickox is in quarantine and she is not happy about it. that doesn't mean she is staying inside her house. she went for an hour long bike ride with her boyfriend. >> we did not go into town. we did not go into the grocery store. we are not trying to get anyone sick. we don't believe that we can get anyone sick and we are not trying to put anyone at risk. we are not trying to push any limits here. we're members of the community, too, and we want to make everyone feel comfortable. >> reporter: the governor doesn't take issue with the bike ride itself, but he has been clear he doesn't want hickox out in the public, at work or at restaurants. he doesn't want her within three feet of anyone. the state has been negotiating the quarantine, but after hours
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of discussion, negotiations broke down. the governor is going to take legal action to protect public health and safety. as for kaci hickox, she insists she is symptom free. she is fighting this fight because she doesn't want other health care workers to be unfairly treated. christine. john. >> alexandra field. thank you. meantime, the pentagon racing to prepare military hospitals in the united states to care for troops who may contract ebola during deployment in west africa. it is unclear how many facilities are set up. walter reed in bethesda, maryland conducted preparations exercises. 4,000 troops are set to fight the disease. defense secretary chuck hagel says progress is being made. >> about 1,100 department of defense personnel have deployed to west africa. they are making progress despite
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difficult weather conditions and rough terrain. they are making a difference in liberia with the construction of up to 17 ebola treatment units. the first of which completed over the weekend. >> the pentagon also standing by a decision to quarantine all troops for 21 days after leaving west africa despite a general push against quarantines from the white house. there is word this morning that the defense secretary chuck hagel has called the white house to take a sharper view against the assad regime. hagel wrote a blunt memo to susan rice earlier this month. in it, he expressed concern about the administration approach in syria. the pentagon news briefing on thursday, the defense secretary declined to comment on the memo. he admitted assad, quote, derides some benefit from coalition air strikes on isis militants. he said this is just one of the complexities of operating in the
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region. now, in syria, ten iraqi kurdish fighters enter kobani on thursday. the first of 150 peshmerga troops expected to join the battle to try to save that city from isis. let's turn to nick paton walsh on the border. nick, what is the latest? >> reporter: people have been expecting the more peshmerga to go in overnight. 150 or so. we are hearing from those inside kobani they have not joined that initial peshmerga group of scouts that went in yesterday. their job to pave the way to work out how hard it will be to insert the heavy armored vehicles in kobani. as dusk fell yesterday, intense explosions across the city. turkish military movement. perhaps everyone trying to prepare the ground for the peshmerga move. time is not on the side of the kurds and isis has a lot of time
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to prepare for the peshmerga arrival. now many people are wondering if the peshmerga can get in and the important task of reinforcing kobani. >> nick paton walsh on the border. thank you so much. the former navy s.e.a.l. who wrote a book about the raid of osama bin laden is under criminal investigation. in the book, "no easy day" he said he was one of the section members who shot osama bin laden. the investigation is focused on revelations in the book, but the feds are more interested in the information he is sharing in paid speeches. ferguson's police chief refusing to step down. reports his department is disbanding following the shooting of michael brown. we have the report next. so w people the power of the review.
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new this morning, the police chief in ferguson, missouri says he is not quitting. thomas jackson is responding to cnn's reporting that he is not stepping aside. in an interview, he said he is staying put. this despite continued unrest months after the michael brown shooting. chief jackson lashed out at attorney general eric holder saying he is uninformed about the situation in ferguson. >> is there anger toward the
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attorney general? >> i'm confused and frustration he came in town and did not meet with anybody from the city. nobody from the police department or the city or neighborhood associations. he drew conclusions. he says he has an investigation going on right now. he doesn't want to comment on the investigation, but he has drawn conclusion that wholesale change needs to be made. you say wholesale, do we get rid of the neighborhood associations or do we stop our s.r.o. program or take the police out of schools or quit teaching d.a.r.e.? we have a lot of good stuff going on. i think he needs to be more specific. >> all right. this is going on, prosecutors say there is no evidence supporting claims of leaks by the grand jury deciding whether to indict police officer darren wilson for the michael brown shooting. the prime suspect in hannah graham's disappearance will face
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a judge this morning. jesse matthew charged with the rape of a woman in 2005. he will appear for the hearing in video through the jail in charlottesville. a massachusetts judge rejected a request from aaron hernandez to move the trial for murder elsewhere. the former patriots tight end is accused of gunning down football player odin lloyd last year. the attorney for hernandez said his client cannot get a fair trial. ntsb on the scene of the deadly plane crash in wichita, kansas. the pilot reported losing power in the engine after takeoff. it hit the building near the airport killing the pilot and three people in the building. four people unaccounted for. lava flow on the hawaii big
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island is slowing, but advancing on homes in pahoa. nearly 100 hawaii national guard troops deployed to help with security. you can't do anything about the lava. the river of lava is making a slow motion trek to pahoa since june. president obama making a final push on the campaign trail. he spoke to a packed crowd in maine at a campaign rally for gubernatorial candidate mike michaud. >> so, while the president will not be going to kentucky, former president bill clinton is. he was on hand in louisville campaigning for alison grimes. she is rallying support as she faces off with mitch mcconnell. former secretary of state hillary clinton will campaign with grimes. lexington and northern kentucky on saturday. in louisiana, republicans are calling for apology from
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mary landrieu after comments she made about race. she said low approval ratings in the south are tied to race. and new jersey governor chris christie on the trail a lot campaigning for republicans across the country. stumping in arkansas, kansas and wisconsin today. following stops in arizona, new mexico, colorado and iowa. interesting. >> second trip to iowa. >> second trip to iowa this week for christie. he keeps all doors open to a possible 2016 presidential run. >> minimum wage support for a vote. voters in alaska, arkansas and south dakota are all voting on minimum wage increase. states all typically lean republican. polls show, john, hikes will pass. illinois has a non binding vote
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on the ballot. many cities are voting. 26 states and d.c. have approved a minimum wage higher than the federal standard of $7.25. public opinion has shifted. business leaders say it is a matter of time. a hike is good for customers. really seeing a big push for that. some are saying that the minimum wage increase could actually help democratic turnout. 45 minutes past the hour. great day for stocks. asian stocks higher this morning. look at tokyo. bank of japan with more stimulus measures. european stocks and u.s. futures are climbing. let's get a look at the weather with chad myers. >> temperatures are nice for trick-or-treating. there may be occasional rain slicker as a costume in the midwest or great lakes. this is not as bad as i have seen for some halloween nights. some scattered rain showers across the west.
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california will take that rainfall. as much as they can get. it has been obviously so dry out there. 56 in new york city is the high today. 60 in d.c. chicago, you only get to 42. yes, in the afternoon and evening hours, it will be colder than that. tomorrow's forecast is even colder as that cold front goes all the way down to the gulf of mexico. so cold air across parts of georgia and north florida as well. the rain showers continue with some snow in the mountain west. here are the highs for tomorrow. chicago, 46. memphis, 52. the morning lows will be down into the 30s in all of those cities. guys, back to you. happy halloween. we have shocking news to report this morning. the cavaliers lost. more shocking, the knicks won. this was supposed to be a big emotional homecoming for lebron james's first game back with the cavaliers. it didn't happen. the knicks won 95-90.
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lebron james struggled scoring 17 points. he was making a lot of mistakes. afterwards, mr. james says it was a special night. he was glad it was over. a deep three. oh, it is a miss on a deep three. lebron james shrugging his head. this will not happen every night for the cleveland cavaliers. they will win a few games. tensions rising in israel. violence forcing a holy site to close for the first time in 50 years. we are live with the latest ahead.
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get fire adapted now at fireadapted.org the government of burkina faso has collapsed among protests in the west african nation. the military now believed to be in control after demonstrators vented anger at the president after announcing plans to extend the 27 years in office. parliament set on fire. the president is vowing to remain in office and holding talks to end the crisis. tensions at a boiling point in jerusalem after israel announced it is reopening access to the temple mound for some. officials closed the contested site after attempted
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assassination of an activist. secretary of state john kerry is trying to diffuse tensions after a comment to the magazine. the remarks referring to the prime minister which rhyme was chicken spit. erin mclaughlin is live in jerusalem. er erin, a lot of concern over what may happen today. that is the latest? >> reporter: that's right, john. you can see behind me there is a heavy police presence outside the damascus gate to the old city in east jerusalem. police set up barricades and checking people's identification as worshippers arrive to enter the site to pray. today, there are restrictions as to who can go to the noble sanctuary or temple mound.
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men over the age of 50 and all women allowed inside today to pray. it is the kind of restriction that has been put in place in the past through the anger of many muslims. you can see people in the past have been praying in the streets when this has happened. given today's heavy rain conditions, it will be interesting to see if that does, in fact, happen. yesterday, the site was completely closed to all worshippers for the first time in some 14 years. it was a decision that the spokesperson for the palestinian president called a declaration of war. it was a decision that israeli police and security say was taken based on intelligence and security assessments following the assassination attempt of far right rabbi yehuda glick. we understand, according to hospital sources, is still in stable, but serious condition. hospital spokesperson this more than saying that he is currently
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in a coma on life support following yesterday's two and a half hour surgery. john. >> erin for us in jerusalem. thanks. starbucks pumpkin spice latte delivered to your door? big plan, but a sinking stock. we will tell you next. medicare options until you're sixty-five, but now is a good time to get the ball rolling. keep in mind, medicare only covers about eighty percent of part b medical costs. the rest is up to you. that's where aarp medicare supplement insurance plans insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company come in. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they could help pay some of what medicare doesn't, saving you in out-of-pocket medical costs. you've learned that taking informed steps
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let's get an early start on your money. a great way to end the week. asian stocks booming. asian benchmark up 5%. european stocks climbing.
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so are u.s. stock futures. the dow and s&p 500, nasdaq up 1% this morning before the official opening bell. yesterday, the dow added 221 points. 1.3%. because of strong corporate earnings and solid economic growth. economy growing at 3.35% yesterday. one stock to watch, starbucks. those shares are down before the bell. growth will not be bigger next quarter because of raises and rising coffee costs. starbucks will have food delivery service. the service is e-commerce on steroids. the chevy guy. it turns into huge publicity. the mvp ceremony. the chevy regional manager rick wilde gave the keys to a chevy colorado. the truck has technology and
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stuff. the internet loves this chevy guy. chevy is capitalizing on the so-called mistake. #technologyandstuff. >> a tough moment. not everyone is as skilled as christine romans on tv. "early start" continues right now. eric frein finally caught. opportunity we are live. defying quarantine. a nurse returning from west africa refusing to stay home. ignoring pleas from officials. what will kaci hickox do next? ferguson's police chief on the record about reports that he is being forced to resign.
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of course, following the police shooting of unarmed teenager michael brown. the chief now blasting critics and federal investigation launched by eric holder. harsh words. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is friday, october 31st. happy halloween. we have breaking news overnight. suspected cop killer eric frein facing the death penalty following his capture in northeast pennsylvania. late thursday afternoon, authorities say the charges against frein include first-degree murder and two counts of possessing weapons of mass destruction. a reference to two pipe bombs found in frein's hiding place at an abandoned airfield. he is expected to be arraigned in a few hours in a county courthouse in milford, pennsylvania. that is where

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