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high. the nasdaq above 5,000 for the first time since 2000. this is different from the dot-com era. the companies leading the charge today are well established. they make money. apple has more than $175 billion just sitting in the bank. $2 gas is gone. at least for now. the national average for the gallon is $2.44 today. that is down more than $1 from this time last year. you have been complaining for the prices last five weeks. pushing above $2. prices will keep edging higher through march. we could see the return of $2 gas by early fall. "early start" continues right now. in just hours, all eyes on the speech before congress. israel's prime minister promising new information on why he says a nuclear deal with iran
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would be a historic mistake. what will benjamin netanyahu reveal and could his plans to derail the negotiations back fire? team coverage breaking down the story this morning. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. it is tuesday, march 3rd. john berman has the morning off. the white house warning israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu not to reveal secret details of nuclear talks with iran when he delivers the speech to congress later this morning. that speech bringing to a head a month's long faceoff with the administration and israel over a signature initiative. the white house believes will rein in the nuclear ambitions, but iran views as an existential threat. the speech with high drama, it is the hottest ticket in washington. cnn's michelle kosinski is at the white house with the latest. >> reporter: christine, we were hearing the concerns from the lawmakers and secretary of state and within the white house that
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there could be some sensitive information revealed by prime minister netanyahu in the speech before congress. it seems that is coming from the israeli delegation putting out the teasers that we are going hear something that we have not heard before. there is good reason to believe that. remember over the last couple days leading up to the big speech, they have revealedgotiations with iran. it could reveal a ten-year timeframe. the white house was asked about that and they said no, that is not accurate. we heard from president obama and it seems like they are going for a ten-year timeframe. the white house issued a warning about reveals senseitive information. >> the release of the information would betray the trust of our allies. the fact is and that would be
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true if the sources were to claim they had obtained the information from somewhere else. >> reporter: he just said if the prime minister or israelis reveal sensitive information about the negotiations that is not the way trusted allies react to each other. calling it a betrayal. whatever is going to be revealed today, it generated a lot of attention. congress set up alternate viewing areas because there is so much demand to hear netanyahu speak. >> michelle, thank you. the prime minister previewing the congressional address at a speech wednesday to the lobby group aipac. he said he will warning iran is quote developing the capacity to make nuclear weapons, lots of them. the prime minister also said his speech is not intended to hurt the president politically. >> my speech is not intended to show any disrespect to president obama or the esteemed office he
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holds. i have great president for both. israel and the united states will continue to stand together because america and israel are more than friends. we're like a family. now disagreements in the family are always uncomfortable, but we must always remember we are family. >> for more on the prime minister's speech and how this is playing in israel let's bring in oren liebermann live in jerusalem. >> reporter: good morning, christine. it is within the last two or three days the sensitive information has taken over the headlines. up until now, until the moment the speech was announced, it was public opinion here in israel and in america. both support and disagreement. the threat is iran poses the safety to israel and is this speech a good idea? the right support lekud party.
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on the other hand you have the left. labor camp. they oppose this speech. this is interesting, in the last two or hethree days israelis are quiet. here they have been quiet. it seems they are trying to show a unified israel to the world with netanyahu on the international stage. the criticism has been muted. now he has his aipac speech over with it is time to come back to israel. that is all they said to israeli media. isaac herzog the netanyahu challenger has planned an event outside of gaza communities where he will offer his rebuttal
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rebuttal. christine. >> he has an election as you point out. oren thank you for that. the white house and israeli officials moved in washington secretary of state and john kerry and iranian counterpart were moving ahead are talks in switzerland. president obama said it is unlikely the talks will yield a deal. if iran does say yes, it would be quote far more effective than military action or sanctions at keeping iran from getting nuclear weapons. >> you know i would say that it is probably still more likely than not that iran doesn't get to yes, but i think that in fairness to them they have been serious negotiators and they have their own politics inside iran. it is more likely that we could get a deal now than perhaps three or five months ago.
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but there are still some big gaps that have to be filled. >> for the latest, i want to bring in correspondent frederik pleitgen live in tehran. the president says it is not likely but the closest they have been and there are still big gaps. iranians have to move further. >> reporter: they certainly do. it is something where there is a great divide here among politicians here in iran and somewhat within the iranian society, but within the power structures here. there are those who say there is still room to maneuver and negotiations and they are moving forward well. those are people around the president rouhani. he wants a deal and they are work are hard to a deal. that is renext reflected to make
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attempts to move forward. on the other hand christine, you have a few hard liners here in iran who felt iran should have walked away from the table a long time ago. people in the country who feel iran should strive for a nuclear weapons capability. that is something out here as well. if you look at the supreme leadership he has been trying to manage both sides. he has supported the negotiations but on the other hand he also said similar to president obama that he believes that a deal will be unlikely. if you survey regular people here the public opinion, there is cautious optimism that a deal could come through. there are many people who said they have seen positive signs in the past only to see potential deals fall apart in the past. there is certainly also a good degree of skepticism as well.
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for most iranians what it comes down to is they want the sanctions against the country to be lifted as fast as possible. it is something everybody will tell you the country is reeling from. particularly with foreign invest investment and economic perspective. that is something you are hearing from a iranian officials. the foreign minister emphasizes that iran wants the sanctions to be dropped. >> frederik pleitgen in a windy tehran this morning. thank you, fred. hillary clinton may have violated federal rules when she was secretary of state. clinton did not have a government e-mail address during the four-year tenure. using a personal account to conduct government business. it was two months ago thatn effort to comply with the rules, to review the
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personal e-mails. possible republican candidate jeb bush taking clinton to task. he wrote, transparency matters. he called for the release of all unclassified e-mails and released his e-mails right there on a web site. the latest on a political fight to fund the department of homeland security. the money runs out at midnight friday. the republicans are running out of options. senate democrats voting down the only chance they had left on monday. pressure mounting on house majority leader john boehner to accept a clean funding bill passed by the senate. a move some believe could jeopardize his speakership. time for an early start on your money. stocks at record highs. nasdaq is near the dot-com bubble high. look at this. the nasdaq topped 5,000 for the first time since march of 2000.
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there is a bloody struggle raging right now for control of
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tikrit. the iraqi city is under isis control, but iraq's military staging a major offensive to retake tikrit. they are getting a big assist not from the u.s. but from iran. cnn's ian lee is tracking latest from cairo this morning. america is careful about the offensive in tikrit. tell us why. >> reporter: that is right, christine. tikrit is the hometown of iraq's former leader saddam hussein. what we have is a predominately shi'ite fighting force going into a predominately sunni area. you have some arab and sunni tribal fighters with the government. it is the shi'ite militias with the strong ties to iran that a lot of people are worried about. we also know from the semi
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official iranian news agency that sulimani is the ruler of the brigade. will be there as well. what the united states is careful of is supporting the iranian push but these officials have a poor track record into sunni areas. they treat civilians and enemy combatants and human rights issues. the united states is careful of being brought into sectarian fighting. watching this assault is going to be sunni and arab fighters in other parts of the country. we will watch to see how the shi'ite militia men and iraqis treat the men. that will put a strange if they are on the sunni fighters if they are helping the government. it is a huge test for the iraq military. they dissolved in the face of isis last summer.
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they now have more u.s. training. they have better weapons. will they be able to take the city of tikrit? if some that will pave the way to taking mosul which is ten times larger. >> ian lee, thank you. 17 minutes past the hour. the federal death penalty trial of accused bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev set to begin on wednesday. in court monday, the prosecution and defense battled over how soon they can discuss the role of his older brother tamerlon. the two sides sparred over how much graphic evidence the jury will be shown. dzhokhar tsarnaev is charged with killing three people and injuring 264 in the 2013 boston marathon. the chief of the lapd said enhanced video of the fatal shooting of the homeless man on skid row appears to show the man's hand reaching in the direction of the officer's belt.
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the review of the video shows the officer quickly pulling away at that moment. then three of his colleagues opened fire. the lapd says it is unclear if the man's hand grabbed the officer's weapon. >> i reviewed the audio and video. you can hear the young officer who is primarily engaged in the confrontation saying he has my gun. he has my gun. he says it several times. we feel great compassion in the lapd for people who live in conditions of homelessness and often mental illness with no treatment. >> the officers are part of an lapd task force that focuses on skid row and is quote specially trained with homeless issues. the police is asking anyone with video to come forward. cleveland's mayor
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in just hours, israel's prime minister speaking before congress on why he believes a nuclear deal with iran would be an historic mistake. warned by the white house not to reveal sensitive information about the negotiations will benjamin netanyahu listen? live team coverage breaking down the big story. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. john berman has the morning off. the white house warning israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu not to reveal secret details of the talks with iran when he delivers the speech to congress this morning. that speech bringing to a head a month's long faceoff over a signature initiative will rein in the nuclear ambitions for iran, but it is viewed as an existential threat.
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it is the hottest ticket in washington. michelle kosinski has more from washington. >> reporter: we are hearing the concerns from lawmakers and secretary of state and within the white house that there could be some sensitive information revealed by prime minister netanyahu in the big speech before congress. it seems like that is coming from the israeli delegation putting out the teasers that we are going to hear something that we have not heard before. there is good reason to believe that. over the last couple of days leading up to the big speech they have revealed certain bits of information about the ongoing nuclear negotiations with iran. it could have something like a ten-year timeframe. the white house at the time was asked about that specifically. they said no that is not accurate. we just heard from president obama on the negotiations and it does seem like they are going for at least a ten-year timeframe. the white house issued a kind of warning about revealing sensitive information. here is the press secretary. listen. >> the release of that
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information would betray the trust with our allies. it is inconsistent with the behavior of trusted allies. the fact is and that would be true if the sources were to claim they had obtained the information from somewhere else. >> reporter: he just said if the prime minister or israelis reveal sensitive information about the negotiations that's not the way trusted allies react to each other. calling it a betrayal. whatever is revealed today, though it is generating a lot of attention. congress had to set up alternate viewing areas because there is so much demand to hear netanyahu speak. >> thank you, michelle. the prime minister previewing the congressional address at a speech wednesday to the lobby aipac. he said he will warn iran is quote developing the capacity to make nuclear weapons.
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lots of them. his speech is not intended to hurt the president politically. >> my speech is not to show disrespect to president obama or the office he holds. i have great respect for both. israel and the united states will continue to stand together because america and israel are more than friends. we're like a family. now disagreements in the family are always uncomfortable, but we must always remember that we are family. >> for more on the prime minister's speech and how it is all playing out in israel i want to bring in oren liebermann live in jerusalem. good morning, oren. >> reporter: good morning, christine. this morning, one of the big political names on the left and viewed as one of netanyahu's chief rivals two weeks away in the election went on the radio station here and said netanyahu has done irreparable damage to
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the relationship with israel and america viewed here as critical to israel's security because of the level of military and financial cooperation with the countries. that being said israeli politicians in the last two days have been fairly quiet. there has been some criticism in local media from the left. a bit of support from the right. it seems israel wants to present a united front with netanyahu on the international stage. they have been quiet. that speech scheduled for later here tonight in israel. isaac herzog a political rival, has scheduled his response which is for the moment netanyahu's speech ends. he will be in the settlement or communities outside of gaza where he has his own press conference. after that i expect to see more criticism here from politicians on the left. that will be refuted from politics on the right. the public like the politicians
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very split on this. those on the right, supporting it. those are the left opposing it with two weeks to go until the elections. >> oren thank you. white house and israeli officials maneuvered in washington, secretary of state john kerry and his counterpart are moving ahead with the talks in switzerland. president obama says those talks are unlikely to yield a deal. he says if iran does say yes, it would be quote far more effective than military action or sanctions at keeping iran from getting nuclear weapons. >> you know i would say that it is probably still more likely than not that iran doesn't get to yes, but i think in fairness to them they have been serious negotiators. they have gotten their politics
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inside iran. it is more likely we could get a deal now than perhaps three or five months ago. but there are still some big gaps that have to be filled. >> for the latest i want to bring in senior correspondent frederik pleitgen live in tehran. good morning, fred. >> reporter: good morning, christine. certainly if you listen to those talks with secretary kerry. he says the speech of netanyahu will not derail talks in any way. it is interesting. the chief of staff of the president rouhani has come forward. he has said he believes netanyahu's speech will create a rift with israel and western allies. he believes it will not derail any negotiations. if you speak to regular people on the street they are not sure. in general about the negotiations. there is cautious optimism among
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many people. many people believe it is now closer to a deal than the last couple years. many people will say they have been very close in the past and positive signs in the past. things have been falling apart. you speak to people here generally in iran most of them will tell you they believe their country should have nuclear capability and allowed to develop nuclear capability. there is quite substantial minority here in iran that believes the weaponized form of nuclear capability should be thought about. one thing everybody here agrees on they want the sanctions to end. the sanctions are crippling the economy. they say they want foreign investment here and they want economic perspective. that is one reason why netanyahu's speech is something that people are talking about a lot here. although it will not be broadcast anywhere here. the people here will be talking
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about monitoring the speech closely. >> the windy tehran this morning and a lot of talk about the speech. thank you, frederik pleitgen. tensions rising with the u.s. and venezuela. the u.s. embassy ordered to reduce staff of 100 to just 17. they have been given 15 days to do it. 17 is the number of venezuelan diplomats serving in america. over the weekend, the venezuelan president announced several americans accused of spying detained. he is vowing to limit the move of u.s. diplomats accusing to plot with the opposition to oust him. hillary clinton may have violated federal rules when she was secretary of state. the report that clinton did not have a government e-mail address during the four-year tenure. using a personal account for government business. it was two months ago that the advisors in an effort to comply with record keeping requirements reviewed tens of thousands of pages of personal e-mails and decided which ones to turnover
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does a freshly printed presentation fill you with optimism? then you might be gearcentric. right now, buy any two 10-ream cases of paper and get one free. office depot & officemax. gear up for great. there is a bloody struggle raging for control of tikrit. the iraqi city is under isis control, but iraq's military staging a major offensive to retake it. they are getting a big assist, not from the u.s. but iran. cnn's ian lee tracking the developments from cairo this morning. good morning, ian. >> reporter: good morning, christine. when you look at that fighting force going after isis in saddam hussein's hometown it is predominately shi'a. when you look at tikrit it is
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sunni. you have iraqi military and minister of the interior and you have the sunni fighters. it is the shi'ite militias that you are worrying about. including the brigade which is one of the most effective fighting forces against isis. we are hearing from iran's semi official news agency that suliamani, the commander of the elite brigade will be part of the fight. this has the united states worried. these forces, these militias and iraqi army have a poor track record when they go into sunni areas. accusations of human rights abuses. the united states is careful to get pulled into sectarian fighting. there are sunni-arab fighters watching the assault as well. if they are able to kick out isis and go in there will they welcome back the sunni civilians with open arms?
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will they allow them to return and treat them well? will we see human rights violations? last summer when the iraqi army dissolved in the face of isis isis dismembered 1,700 of the iraqi army in the city. we will see if the iraqi army will exact revenge from the situation. it is going to be a very dangerous situation and also needs to be dealt with carefully as not to further exacerbate sectarian violence. >> ian lee from cairo. monitoring the offensive in tikrit. shocking allegation from the texas nurse. nina pham claiming texas presbyterian lied when they upgraded her condition to good to preserve its reputation. she is accusing the hospital of
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in russia murdered opposition leader boris nemtsov will be buried this morning. mourners filing past his coffin at the service for nemtsov is underway right now in moscow. he was gunned down friday walking outside the kremlin. the 23-year-old ukrainian model
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with him, she says she never saw the shooter. the kremlin describing the killing as provocation designed to stain the reputation of vladimir putin. let's go to moscow. i want to bring in correspondent matthew chance. let's talk first about the witness. the closest witness we have. the ukrainian model, his girlfriend. what did she say she saw and there is the controversy if she was detained by russian authorities or free to go. >> reporter: she has been free to go now. she has gone back to ukraine. she was handed over to the consulate services of the ukrainian embassy in moscow. they took her back to ukraine at the first possible opportunity. she gave an interview to a television station here yesterday on skype from moscow. saying she could not add much to what was known about the killing
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of boris nemtsov. she was standing right next to her boyfriend of several years at the time he was killed. the gunman came out of nowhere and fired shots in the back of boris nemtsov. she was in shock and did not see what happened. she did not see where the gunman came from or couldn't describe the car into which he had made his get away. she was questioned by authorities and detained for further questioning, but subsequently released. it is not clear if she will add more to the killing. >> matthew chance for us in moscow. $2 gas is gone for now. what to expect at the pump? that's next. rn aroun ♪ ♪ every now and then i get a little bit tired ♪ ♪ of craving something that i can't have ♪ ♪ turn around barbara ♪ ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ ♪ ♪ if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis like me and you're talking
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let's get an early start on your money. stocks at record highs. nasdaq near the dot-com bubble high. nasdaq yesterday topped 5,000 for the first time since march of 2000. 15 long years to get all that back. the dow and s&p both closed at record highs. stocks climbing as companies report profits. lumber liquidator shares plummeted. a report by "60 minutes" reported that laminate flooring is filled with formaldehyde. that is after the stock fell 26% last week when a negative report
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was coming. the company says it stands by he every plank of wood. rare to see a news report send a stock down. $2 gas is down. the national average is $2.44 a gallon. prices have been climbing for five weeks. the average is above $2 a gallon in all 50 states. prices will climb through march. we could see the return of $2 by early fall. israel prime minister is hours away from the speech before congress. will he reveal secret details with the e are no longer silent. today we have a voice. >> i'm less concerned, frankly, with prime minister netenyahu's
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commentary. >> iran will never have a pathway to a weapon. not on my watch. hillary clinton may have violated federal rules when she was secretary of state. using a personal account to conduct all government business. i'm told 1,000 feet that's the last thing that i remember. i had no idea what was happening. >> announcer: this is new day, with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> good morning, welcome to your "new day," it is tuesday, march 3rd 6:00 a.m. and the white house is warning benjamin netenyahu, do not betray our trust. there's a real concern that the prime minister may reveal sensitive information about america's ongoing nuclear talks with iran. >> the controversial speech polarizing americans. his appearance so divisive that dozens of lawmakers plan to boycott it and the white house says the president will not watch it we have this story
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covered the way only cnn can. we begin with senior white house correspondent jim acosta. so the president is not making this appointment viewing. >> not must-see tv for president obama. he's acknowledging there has been damage done to the u.s./israeli relationship but the damage will not be lasting. the white house is bracing for israeli prime minister netenyahu's speech to congress this morning. one fear is that netenyahu will reveal secret details from the iran negotiations. the white house said that would be a betrayal of the u.s. trust. netenyahu insists the talks will pave the way for iran to have nuclear weapons soon. the president maintains he does not take this rift with netenyahu personally. >> i think it's permanently destructive, i think it is a distraction from what should be our

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