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welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it is friday april 10th. we have breaking news. a deadly string of tornadoes tearing across the midwest. some dramatic pictures. look at that truck just getting blown over right there. the weather service reports at least 14 reported tornadoes across three states. officials say the path of destruction across illinois alone was more than 25 miles long. >> there was a huge twister in northern illinois near the city of rochelle. officials say the severe storm killed one person in nearby fairdale. this is another view of the storms in northern illinois. residents of the neighborhood ran to their basements for shelter. >> we were here. it was hailing. we all thought it was going to miss us. we started getting calls from people in chain of the tornadoes headed our way. we quickly went down to the basement and could feel the tornado right over our house.
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came up to this. i feel like it's a bad dream. something i would watch on the news somewhere else. not in my neighborhood. >> emergency officials say the tornadoes and high winds caused multiple injuries widespread damage. take a look at this building leveled in rockford illinois. the fire department saying they are having a hard time accessing areas because of the damage and debris. in missouri last night a severe storm blasted through chesterfield west of st. louis. some of the buildings destroyed. no one injured there because it was after business hours. those who were still around got out as quickly as they could. >> there was a lot of wind and sideways rain. you couldn't see anything. i started hearing crashing back in the shop area of our buildings. i saw the vents ripped out of the roof. the back part of the roof
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separating from the wall of the buildings. decided that wasn't the best place to be. >> in iowa, ominous storm clouds near clinton, iowa. that storm downed trees and scattered debris. officials say thankfully there were no injuries. >> meteorologist derek van dam is tracking the storms. not done yet. >> john and christine, all of the inngredients for there for the significant weather event. the national weather service saying this would be a particularly dangerous situation and that is what panned out. you can see the interaction with the warm moist and unstable air mass with the dry air mass behind it. the cold front triggered a supercell thunderstorm that moved outside of rochelle and west of chicago and crossed interstate 39. you saw the footage of the 18 wheeler truck flipped on its
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side. terrifying and extraordinary to see something of this magnitude. mother nature and its brut force. this is the path of the cold front that brings shower and thunderstorm activity at the moment across the mid-atlantic. we have an expiring tornado watch box across central ohio and kentucky just east of cincinnati and louisville. we now have a new severe thunderstorm watch box in effect through 10:00 a.m. cold front marches eastward. possibly of large hail and damages winds and isolated tornado from the mid-atlantic states including the nation's capital through raleigh and atlanta and south to the gulf of mexico and parts of texas. we do not expect as widespread of an event today. however, still important to keep an eye to the sky. here comes the cold front and temperatures and winds pick up behind the system.
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john and christine. thanks derek. >> we have new video that brings new perspective to the police officer shooting of an unarmed black man in north charleston south carolina. the officer michael slager is now in jail facing murder charges. we have a new look at dash cam video. it does show very important moments that led up to the shooting. walter scott is pulled over and questioned by officer slager. >> can i see your license and insurance card? >> i have my license. >> license. the reason for the stop is your brake light is out. >> the moments before the shooting very important. cnn's brian todd is in north charleston and breaks down what this means. >> reporter: john and christine, the latest development in the case is dramatic.
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the release of the dash cam of officer michael slager. the video shows a routine traffic stop. walter scott's vehicle pulling into the parking lot of the auto parts store. officer slager getting out and talking to walter scott on the driver's side. then officer slager comes back to his vehicle. walter scott appears to get out of his vehicle briefly and puts his hand up but goes back into his vehicle. walter scott emerges from his vehicle on this videotape and seen taking off running to the left side of the screen. that is the extent of that videotape. we don't know why walter scott took off running. that will be a key gap that has to be filled in this case. another new development. we just interviewed another witness. ex- exclusively interviewed another
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witness. gwenn nichols was in the neighborhood. she did not witness the actual gunshots but she said they scuffled a bit and she saw walter scott go into the vacant lot. she described to us how she felt when she heard the gunshots. >> i started to cry. i'm sorry. i started to cry because i thought about the altercation with my son and it could have been my son. it could have been any one of these young black men around here. >> reporter: she referred to her son there because she says her own son had his encounter with the north charleston police that was similar. her son was pulled over for routine traffic stop and they ended up roughing him up a bit and arresting him. she could relate to what
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happened to walter scott on that day. john and christine. brian, an interesting look at the video. this morning, we are also hearing from the mother of michael slager, the officer behind now. holding back tears, she offered this to the family of the man her son is accused of murdering. >> i just -- i just have to let it be and hope god takes care of everybody involved. not only my family, but the scott family because i know they're grieving. >> in an interview with steve osusami, karen sharpe said her son loved being a police officer. cracks starting to appear in the framework to the nuclear deal with iran. here in the u.s. the senate closing in on a plan to give congress a chance to review the deal. in iran the supreme leader says
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he will not agree to a deal unless economic sanctions are lifted on day one. iran's support of houthis rebels are also complicating an issue. we have correspondent frederik pleitgen following the latest from london. we knew it would be difficult, just getting a framework is difficult, now the external pressures mounting. >> reporter: that's right, christine. the framework was reached, but barely reached. they went over the deadline to reach that agreement. there will be issues that are difficult to reach. now you have the supreme leader the guy who calls the shots in iran coming out and saying he is not optimistic that a deal can be reached by the deadline by june 30th or a deal can be reached at all. iranians feel some of the things the u.s. has said are part of the interim deal are not accurate. they feel that sanctions, as you
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said should go away immediately after the deal is implemented. the u.s. feels it should be phased out as iran complies with every aspect of the deal. there is another detail as well that could be a problem going forward. there are some high level iranian politics going on. in iran yesterday saying they believe the checks of all of this inspections that are supposed to take place, will not happen in the country. military sites would be off limits to any inspectors. that is something that runs against what the u.s. is saying. the u.s. is saying inspections would take place everywhere inside iran. a lot of negotiating to be done. iranians have a lot of hard liners in the country that are pessimistic about any deal going forward. it is an audience the supreme leader is catering to as well.
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it is a difficult road ahead, christine. >> fred thank you. a study out this morning says there are major gaps in airport security nationwide. the investigation by the associated press finds 268 perimeter breaches since 2004 at some of america's busiest airports. boston's logan airport refused to release any security information. authorities say it is neither financially nor physically feasible to keep all intruders out. time for an early start on your money. dow is up for the year. one good move away from 18,000 but corporate profits could foul that up. likely fell for the first time in six years. apple taking pre-orders starting this morning for the apple watch. you can try one on at apple stores today with different bands. it is the company's first new product in five years and since steve jobs died.
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breaking news this morning. at least one person is dead after twisters ripped across the midwest. at least 14 tornadoes in iowa illinois and missouri. one person was killed in northern illinois where a tornado shredded homes and toppled trees. in a st. louis suburb a violent storm damaged 15 buildings. developing this morning, new incidents of police officers accused of using excessive force. video surfaced of a man being pummeled by officers in san bernardino county in the bizarre horse back pursuit.
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the man identified as 30-year-old francis housek was struck although his hands were behind his back. hard to see it there. the incident stemmed from an identity theft investigation. an internal investigation has been launched. california power company facing the largest penalty in history. pacific gas & electric is forced to pay $1.6 billion for the deadly pipeline blast in san bruno, california. the company faces more than $1 billion in possible federal damages and has committed to spend $3 billion to improve pipeline safety. deliberations resume in the aaron hernandez trial. this comes as the reporter from the tv station appears before the judge at two jurors said they were followed by a local news van. the judge ordered the media away
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as the panel works toward a verdict in the case. susan candiotti picks up the story. >> reporter: after deliberating for more than 15 hours over three day, the jury in the case against aaron hernandez still has not reached a verdict. now considering they have more than 438 exhibits to look over and testimony from 135 witnesses, it is easy to understand why jurors are taking their time. now there was another development in the case two jurors thought they were followed by an unmarked car. when they reported it to the court, the car belonged to a boston television station. now the judge has banned that television station's photographer in particular from covering the trial anymore. however, the jurors were asked if they thought the incident would affect their ability to deliberate. they said no. the trial will go on. the deliberations will continue.
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tiger woods back in action at the masters, sort of. there was some good tiger and bad tiger. mostly a lot of mediocre tiger. >> andy scholes has more in the bleacher report. >> good morning, guys. i don't consider tiger's run a success. he did not get hurt and he is still in the mix to make the cut. tiger had bad shots. he did get frustrated. take a listen. >> oh, tiger! to the right. [ bleep ]. >> that was tiger on 15. hitting it into the pine straw. he saved par on that hole and ended the day at 1 over. the leader after round one is 21-year-old texan jordan spieth. spieth is the youngest player to lead the masters after round one. he will tee off today at 10:00 eastern. tiger gets going at 10:30. it will be another exciting day
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deadly destructive tornadoes tearing through the midwest. look at the truck toppling over with the winds. we are tracking the latest live. new video shedding new light on the deadly police chase. the moments before walter scott was shot and killed. we will show you that ahead. nuclear roadblocks. leaders from iran and congress casting new doubt that a nuclear deal can be reached. we are live with challenges this morning ahead. welcome back to "early
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start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. 30 minutes past the hour. breaking news. a deadly string of tornadoes tearing across the midwest. that outbreak including at least 14 reported tornadoes across three states. according to the national weather service. officials say the path of destruction across illinois alone, more than 25 miles long. >> a twister in northern illinois near the city of rochelle. look at that. officials say that severe storm killed one person in nearby fairdale. another view of the tornado with pelting hail in illinois. residents of this neighborhood ran to basements for shelter. >> we were here. it was hailing. we thought it would miss us. we started getting calls from people in chain of that tornadoes heading our way. we quickly went to the basement and could feel the tornado right
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over our house and came out to this. i feel like it is a bad dream. something i would watch on the news somewhere else. not in my neighborhood. >> officials say the tornadoes caused widespread damage. this building levelled in rockford illinois. >> in missouri another severe storm blasted through chesterfield west of st. louis. officials say 15 buildings in an industrial area damaged. some almost destroyed. no one was injured, officials say, because it was after business hours and those still there got out as quickly as they could. >> there was a lot of wind and sideways rain. you couldn't see anything. i started hearing crashing back in the shop area of the building. i went back and saw the vents were ripped out of the roof. the back part of the roof separating from the wall of the
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buildings. it was lifting up. probably wasn't the best place to be. >> in iowa look at those ominous storm clouds. wow! in clinton, iowa, a twister downed trees and power lines and scattered debris. officials say no injuries reported. >> meteorologist derek van dam joins us with the latest. looking at that video of the truck flipping over because of the wind shows you the power of the storm. >> terrifying and extraordinary at the same time. we need three ingredients to get this severe weather outbreak that we saw on thursday. you need warm moisture air and some sort of instability in the atmosphere and trigger mechanism like a cold front. that was the perfect storm we saw set up yesterday by thursday evening. in fact as that storm moved west of the rochelle region you can actually see the dark
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shading of purple that is potentially what we call a debris ball where sometimes our radars can pick up on the debris the large wedge tornadoes pick up. it gets recognized by radar systems. at the moment our cold front that's caused the wicked weather across illinois continues to march eastward. we have an expiring tornado watch across parts of ohio and kentucky. we now have a newly issued severe thunderstorm watch we will monitor that closely in portions of west virginia in the line of stronger thunderstorms. we still have the collision of warm moist air and cold dry air behind our cold front. that will set the stage once again for the potential of severe weather today. not as widespread as what we experienced yesterday. we do however have the possibility of strong damaging winds, large hail in excess of 1 to 2 inches and isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. this includes the nation's capital and further south to
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atlanta and all the way to the gulf of mexico. we will include portions of texas in that slight to enhanced chance of severe weather. there goes the cold front marching eastward. cold and windy weather settling in behind it. wind gusts today across the great lakes in excess of 30 miles per hour at times. few thunderstorms for you in new york city. >> thanks derek. interesting. this morning, video that brings perspective to the police officer shooting of an unarmed man in north charleston, south carolina. that officer, michael slager is in jail facing murder charges. dash cam video released does not show the shooting but shows important moments leading up to it as walter scott is pulled over and questioned by officer slager. >> see your license and insurance card. >> i got my license. >> let's start with your license. the reason for the stop is your brake light's out. >> cnn's brian todd is in north
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charleston with the story for us there. >> reporter: john and christine, the latest development in the case is a dramatic one. release of the dash cam video from the squad car. the video shows what appears to be routine traffic stop. walter scott's vehicle pulling into the parking lot of the auto parts store. michael slager getting out and talking to walter scott on the driver's side. then slager comes back to his vehicle. walter scott appears to get out of his vehicle briefly and put his hand up but goes back in his vehicle. a few seconds later, walter scott emerges from his vehicle on this videotape and seen taking off running to the left side of the screen. that is the extent of that videotape. we don't know why walter scott took off running. that will be a key gap that has to be filled in this case. another new development, we have just interviewed another
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witness. exclusively interviewed another witness who has come forward to talk about what she saw on the day of the shooting. gwen nichols was in the neighborhood and see saw a scuffle with scott and the officer. she did not witness the shooting. she said they scuffled a bit and saw walter scott go into the vacant lot. she did hear the gunshots and described to us. >> i started to cry. i'm sorry. i started to cry because i thought about the altercation with my son and it could have been my son. it could have been any one of these young black men around here. >> reporter: gwen referred to her son there because her own
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son had his encounter with the charleston police. her son was pull over for a routine traffic stop and they ended up roughing him up a bit and arresting him. john and christine. thank you, brian. cracks starting to appear in the framework for a nuclear deal with iran. here in the united states, the senate is closing in on a plan to give congress a chance to review the deal which could complicate negotiations. iran's supreme leader will not agree to a deal unless economic sanctions are lifted on day one. correspondent frederik pleitgen is following the latest for us from london. good morning, fred. >> reporter: good morning, john. remember how some people said after the interim deal was reached, there were details that needed to be worked out. it turns out the details could be stumbling blocks. you mentioned the biggest one for iranians is the sanctions relief. the supreme leader said that and
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the president of the country said that as well. yesterday was nuclear day in iran. that's not the only stumbling block in this. the high level defense official in iran also said that military sites would not be inspected by inspectors coming in. the u.s. said inspections should be open to the entire country. inspectors should go anywhere. also another top level iranian official said work would not be halted at any of the iran nuclear facilities. of course we know that in the fact sheet that the u.s. put out, only the nuclear facility would be allowed to continue uranium enrichment. there are differences of opinion. the supreme leader said maybe there will be a deal by june 30th and maybe not. there are many things that need to be worked out before a deal can be put in place. >> interesting couple of months here. frederik pleitgen thanks. meanwhile, tension mounting between iran and saudi arabia over the conflict in yemen.
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those iranian-backed houthis rebels overrun the capital despite saudi led air strikes. iran's supreme leader calling the campaign genocide. we have correspondent nima elbagir with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: christine, those comments come against the background of entering the third week of the saudi coalition led air strikes. they are still unable to break the back of that houthis advance. that city has fallen to houthi forces. it brings them close to the door step of the natural gas facility with the arabian sea platforms. that could have ramifications for yemen and broader region.
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we are hearing reports that al qaeda in the arabian peninsula is taking advantage of the security vacuum to take more territory. they have taken the port city and now the reuters is reporting that the black flags of al qaeda have been flying in a number of districts. all this, as the humanitarian issue has worsened. the u.n. and unicef tell us it is nowhere near enough aid at this time. >> thank you, nima. a complicated situation. 40 minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. european stocks headed for a 15-year high. greece came up with the money and avoided default for now. here in the u.s. the dow is up for the year. here is what could screw it up. falling corporate profits and crashing oil prices. you have five days left to file your taxes. the average refund is $2,800.
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breaking news this morning. at least one person dead after twisters ripped across the midwest. at least 14 tornadoes reported in illinois iowa and missouri. one person killed in northern illinois where a tornado shredded homes and toppled trees. in one st. louis suburb a violent storm damaged 15 buildings. a storm in eastern iowa spared densely populated areas, but brought down power lines. an investigation now launched and cameras caught san bernardino county deputies just seemingly pummeling a man. following a bizarre horse back pursuit. this pounding went on for two minutes and involved 11 officers. the man was repeatedly struck. we are told his hands are behind
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his back. let's see what is coming up on "new day." michaela is here with latest. >> we are keeping a close eye on it christine and john. the tornado that ripped through the heartland overnight. we will look at the damage. incredible what people are waking up to. illinois seeing the worst. we will speak to the sheriff. his home was destroyed. we will check in with the officials on the clean up they are facing today. what conditions will hold and everyone is talking about this police dash cam released showing the traffic stop leading up to the deadly shooting in south carolina. what insight does it give us about what happened? we will speak with several law enforcement officers. do we need to speak about training? we will speak to kareem abdul jabbar about the shooting. there could be a new break through for u.s./cuba relations.
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the president is in panama this morning. he is expected or could have an historic face-to-face with president raul castro. that could happen as soon as today. also the president might remove
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cuba from the list of governments that sponsor terrorism. cnn's jim acosta has more. >> reporter: john and christine, all eyes on what could be an historic encounter with president obama and raul castro at the summit of the americas. it takes place later on today. now they have spoken on the phone before and they did shake hands in 2013. nothing like what we may witness today. one anything we should point out this interaction comes that the administration recommend that cuba be removed from the state list of terrorism. that is key in establishing embassies in havana and washington. there was speculation this would be taken care of right now. the president was asked about that on thursday and dismissed the notion this is taking too long. >> in terms of the overall
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process of establishing diplomatic relations with cuba, i think they are proceeding as i expected. i never foresaw that immediately overnight everything would transform itself. that suddenly cuba became a partner diplomatically with us the way jamaica is for example. that's going to take some time. >> reporter: one sign of the difficult work that lies ahead, fights have broken out in panama city with cubans and dissidents from the island that traveled for the summit. that is not expected to pose a threat for the summit it is a reminder of the hard feelings that exist. john. thanks jim. >> google rated the best place to work. so what does it take to get a job at google? the inside scoop next. financial noise
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it's friday. let's get an early start on your money. the dow one good move away from 18,000 but corporate earnings could foul that up. we have a couple of weeks of good profit reports that could keep things on hold. the apple watch is here. you can officially pre-order an apple watch this morning or try one on in the apple store. a variety of bands and faces. the first new product in five years. so far, we are not seeing big lines like for the iphone. in london and hong kong there
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is more media than customers. early reviews are it is really hard to get used to. very steep learning curve, but worth it. it unshackles you from checking your phone. google doesn't care where you went to college. the head of operations says it doesn't matter where you went to including. it doesn't matter what your grades are or if you can answer the brain teasers. those are dumb questions. what does matter? leadership cognitive ability and something called googleliness. >> we look for people who are different. that diversity gives us great ideas. we look for people who are humble and willing to say they are wrong. we want people to think like owners. >> how do retain top talent? he has looked at 25,000 resumes and what are his tips for any
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kind of job? forget the gimmicks. make your resume great. he said somebody sent him a shoe with the resume in the shoe. trying to get the shoe in the door. a gimmick that did not work. >> it is subjective. the guy hires a lot of people. listen to him. other companies do it differently. look, there goes cars. i saw head lights go flying. >> there was a tractor-trailer on top of a building. go the back wall fell right on top of us we were trapped. dash cam video now released. >> danger danger. >> did you hear the shots? >> yes, i started to cry. >> cracks are starting to appear in the framework of the nuclear deal with iran. >> it's not done until it's done. >> stop aerial bombardment, stop operations on the ground.
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the jury still out, it's not over yet. don't you someday want to see a woman president of the united states of america? >> is hillary clinton finally ready to throw her hat in the ring? this is "new day," with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> welcome to "new day," it's friday april 10th 6:00 in the east, we begin with breaking news tornadoes tearing through the midwest and the pictures and the sounds show devastation. more than a dozen tornadoes touching down across three states. illinois hardest hit. wind gusts so strong a tractor-trailer was no match. watch this and that was the least of it. >> look at the video. >> the powerful tornadoes leveling homes and reducing everything in their path to rubble. at least one person is dead the full extent of the damage remains to be seen. let's get to cnn's brian young on the phone in one of the hardest-hit areas, rochelle
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illinois. tells us what you're seeing. >> the winds are heavy here we're waiting for first light, because all around us you can see some of the destruction that's happened here. power lines are down tractor-trailers turned over and a restaurant that was knocked down by the wind. >> oh my god. this is violent. >> it was the tornado outbreak. >> look there goes cars. >> what? >> i saw head lights go flying. >> that residents in the heartland feared. [ bleep ]. >> he's over he's over. go go. >> tornado watches stretching across the midwest. >> oh my gosh. that's going right through. >> coming to fruition. >> over a dozen tornadoes touching down across missouri illinois and iowa according to the national weather service. >> guys we can't stop. >> illinois the hardes

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