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i'm running for president. americans have fought their way back -- >> could we be looking at america's first female president? it's been one year since the girls were kidnapped.
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cnn talks to one who escaped. meet the youngest golfer to win the masters since tiger woods. and this beach scene, yes, that's a bobcat. yes, that's a shark. we will explain. welcome to our viewers here in the united states and all around the world. i'm rosemary church. >> i'm errol barnett. your second hour of the day with us, there is "cnn newsroom." hillary clinton is taking her brand-new presidential campaign on the road. she is in the middle of a drive from new york to iowa to kick off her second bid for the white house. >> after months, you could say years of speculation, clinton made it official sunday. she is now the first democrat to declare her candidacy. >> a major part of her strategy is to reintroduce herself to voters like she did at a pennsylvania gas station just hours after her announcement. senior washington correspondent joe johns has more.
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>> reporter: we expect hillary clinton to come here to iowa early in the week. we expect small meetings not unlike her new york listening tour in the year 2000 when she was running for the senate. we don't expect large events here in iowa, at least at first. she's also expected to go to new hampshire, another early voting sta state. it's clear that aides for mrs. clinton have been in both states. they will be attempting to highlight what they see as her strengths including her humor, wit, and most importantly staying away from the notion that this campaign is all about her. her video campaign announcement focuses on the people and their needs aligning herself with voters. what does she need to do to win in iowa? talking to voters last night in iowa, they say it's a time for her to connect with them, to meet face to face with them because as everyone knows, she's considered by many to be an international celebrity, she
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comes with an entourage. the secret service follows her wherever she goes. the challenge for mrs. clinton will be to go small even each if that is possible. what are people saying? the first democratic voter i spoke to on the ground said she was inclined to vote for hillary clinton but was troubled by the former secretary of state's private e-mail server issues in that public job. it looks like a lack of transparency and owns. some polls suggesting this may have hurt mrs. clinton, though its too early to say because polls aren't necessarily relevant this far out from a primary or caucus. talking to democratic strategists, they say she needs to show she can take punches in the political arena and come out swinging effectively. supporters over the last several month have said that one of the big things we have to do in politics is learn from your mistake. hillary clinton, though no one
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is talking about it, had mistakes in 2008. she did be get off to a good start. she was out-organized by barack obama. the question, can she aline with voters this time around. >> as he pointed out, hillary clinton's campaign is already different from her failed run in 2008. though it is too early to tell if it will resonate with voters. >> cnn's contributing editor peter binehartexplains what could work in her favor. >> reporter: in 2008, the iraq war was catastrophic for her campaign. she it taken a position at odds with the democratic base that she felt she could not disavow without looking like a flip-flopper and yet sucked a lot of the emotional energy out of her campaign even for her base. that issue is now in the rearview mirror. i think she's also -- will be more comfortable running as a
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candidate of experience and continuity. she can do it more successfully now because the american economy is starting to improve. i think than in some ways she has an easier path this time. >> he says it doesn't appear there are any viable candidates to challenge clinton for the party nomination. a cnn/orc poll puts clinton ahead of contenders. she has some of the strongest support of any non-incumbent presidential candidate in recent memory. >> the poll done last month put clinton on top at 62%. u.s. vice president joe biden is a distant second. 15%. senator elizabeth warren of massachusetts is in third place with 10% even though she insists she's not running. the list of republican presidential candidates will likely get bigger later today. florida senator marco rubio is set to speak in miami in the coming hours, and he's expected to announce his candidacy for
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president. but it will be an uphill battle for senator rubio to secure the republican nomination. his polling at 7% in the latest cnn/orc survey. now to the first golf major of the year. the masters. its new champion, jordan spieth, is etching his name in the history books at a augusta national after a heartbreaking second-place finish last year. spieth never let go of the lead during this year's tourism. >> last year's loss his motivation. the 21-year-old the first winner since 1976. he set several records along the way. the final score ties the course record set by tiger woods back in 1997. earlier spieth spoke to cnn and says the performance was fueled by what happened last year. >> to sit with the jacket on and to be part of the history of augusta and the masters was
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something i watched slip away last year. had a chip on my shoulder. carried some momentum into this week. all came together at the right time. >> i know that your family and upbringing is important to you. that's played a huge role in getting you here today. i wonder if i can just pass you three photographs. what emotions do you experience when you see these accounts? >> how about the focus on that swing that's a little john daly-like, isn't it? and this is really cool for my sister. that's her smile. miss her a lot. wish that she could have been here. i can't wait to get back to her and let her maybe try on the jacket or something. this is cool. haven't seen photos from today yet. >> that's what you look like. >> it look good. looks good. i'm okay wearing green. >> very happy man. there later this hour, more from our interview with the new masters champion. we'll get you the latest information out of yemen now.
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the death toll there continues to rise as the saudi-led coalition pounds houthi targets with artillery. the united nations reports the conflict has killed 600 people, wounded 2,200 and displaced 100,000 others since september. >> saudi arabia dismissed calls on sfrnd tehran to stop the air raids. coalition forces are now working with the red cross to get aid through to civilians. in the no-man's land between saudi arabia and yemen, our nic robertson and his team meet frightened yemenis fleeing the violence. >> each has their own story to tell. hopeful they'll be able to cross the border into a safer land felt unfortunately, some end up left behind. >> reporter: boarding a bus full of fleeing filipino medical workers, we find fear. >> tell me how the situation was for you. >> it's very hard.
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it's continuing bombing. >> reporter: they just left yemen. arrived at the saudi border. >> of course -- everything. we cannot sleep nicely. there are air strikes. [ inaudible ] >> a decision to leave. >> reporter: working inside hospitals, eyewitnesses to the war wounded. the casualties are coming to the hospital? >> yes. >> reporter: many? tell me about them. >> every day. >> reporter: every day casualties? >> yes. >> reporter: lots, one or two, or -- >> not too much. >> one family burning. >> bomb blast. bomb blast. >> reporter: back where they came from, gunmen can be seen
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strolling on the yemen side of the border. on the saudi side, guns trained in their direction. no trouble here so far. this no mass exodus, but a picture emerging there may be many more to follow. why are you leaving? >> because of problems. there is no schools, no universities. >> reporter: tells me he's going to turkey to continue his education. >> some people get injured nearby our houses because of some people. they have everywhere guns. you can see everything. >> reporter: and not just fighting, people are fleeing. this driver in the south tells me food is cut off. gas, food shortages everywhere. not everyone welcome. what are you doing?
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>> i don't go -- >> reporter: why not? >> i don't have a visa. >> reporter: tells me he beat a policeman, went to jail here. officials say he has drug offenses, too. has a ten-year visa ban. >> i fear i am -- [ inaudible ] >> reporter: why? >> because i haven't got to see my family. i can't go to see my family. and my back to the wall. >> reporter: he won't be the last. down on his luck at the border, plans already begun for a refugee camp not far away. cnn, border crossing, saudi arabia. less than two weeks after being forced to withdraw from tikrit, isis claims it controls part of iraq's largest oil refinery. 40 kilometers away. militants claim it shows the assault on the refinery. isis says it controls several buildings. iraqi officials insist they remain in full control of the
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facility. isis has taken almost full control of a refugee camp in syria. the head of the u.n. agency responsible for palestinian refugees met with evacuees from the yarmouk camp. the visit took place saturday at a school in damascus just outside the refugee camp. . >> u.n. officials believe some 18,000 people remain trapped in the camp. the u.n. commissioner is callinging for the southeast passage and aid for refugees who want to leave yarmouk. an activist group says syrian warplanes bombed a school as they fired on a rebel-elderly area of aleppo. the syrian observatory for human rights says sunday's attack killed nine people including five children. and that number is expected to go up. >> the group has accused the syrian government of multiple times of bombing its own people. the syrian army source tells reuters the military had not targeted civilians.
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protesters across brazil say it's time for change. they are pushing for the impeachment of their president. >> take a look at some of the video. police say an estimated 275,000 people packed the streets of sao paolo for a second day of demonstrations on sunday. shasta darlington with more on the issue at the heart of the protest. >> reporter: for millions taking to the street in protest across the country, frustrated with the tanking economy. even more angry it a bribery scandal at the state-owned oil company. and the person they blame, president rousseff. here is the heart of the protest movement. there's a sea of yellow and green, the colors of the brazilian flag. a fesstively atmosphere. people singing out with dilma and time for change. listen to what a few people told us. >> half of the people here are here because they never voted for them.
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and they -- we can just see new why we do wee didn't vote. and the other half has been betrayed by the president. everything she promised she's not fulfilling. >> i think to impeach legally it's more complicated. that's why my suggestion twhub everybody should ask for the president to quit because she could quit any moment. >> reporter: according to a you'll poll, 75% of brazilians support the protest. even if they're not out demonstrating. and more than 60% think that congress shouldn't begin some kind of impeachment proceeding against the president. in reality, it's complicated, there are a lot of legalities that political an exist say would make it difficult. but protesters here say they'll keep up the pressure. nonetheless, the demonstrations are actually smaller than the protests we saw across the
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country last march when about a million people took to the streets. raising the question, will these protests run out of steam before they achieve their foal? shasta darlington, cnn, sao paolo. five feminists in china could face prison time for fighting for women's rights. ahead, the latest on their detainment and the anger that it stirred up. the cost of deciding against vaccines. australia's government makes a policy change that will help parents' pocketbooks. and a year has passed since boko haram kidnapped hundreds of nigerian schoolgirls. we'll hear from one who escaped. [ male announcer ] you wouldn't leave your car unprotected.
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we expect to find out not far from now whether the five feminists detained in china last month will be released. >> prosecutors must decide whether to charge them, and they could each face five years in prison. we have more on the activists'
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case and outrage from supporters. >> reporter: they're the faces behind china's feminist movement. five young confident activists who spent the past few years publicly campaigning for women's rights. ♪ >> reporter: last month on the eve of international women's day, as they were planning an awareness campaign similar to this one with b sexual harassment on public transport, police arrested them. for more than a month, they've been in custody, accused of disturbing public order. and the supporters fear if they're not released by april 13th, the deadline for authorities under chinese law, they will be formally charged, facing up to five years in jail. prosecutors declined to talk to cnn. "as things look now, no one at all has been released," says their lawyer. "it seems all of them have been put it forward for formal arrest." ♪ >> reporter: in the past, the activist, some seen here in this
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video, have protested against gender inequality in the workplace and a lack of female public toilets. they're best known for their campaign against domestic violence. dressing up in wedding gowns splashed in red paint, chanting "yes to love, no to violence." >> five women's rights activist in china have been held for a month on suspicion of picking quarrels and provoking trouble. >> reporter: their recent arrests have sparked international condemnation with world leaders joining everyday people on twitter under the hash tag #freethefive to the outrage. hillary clinton wrote "this is inexcusable." the american ambassador to the u.n. wrote, "if china is committed to advancing the rights of women, it should be working to address issues raised by these women, not silence them." that have clearly angered chinese authorities.
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"china is a country ruled by law," says the foreign ministry spokeswoman. "relevant departments will handle the relevant case according to law. we hope other countries can respect china's judicial sovereignty." sing xi jinping came to power, there's been political descent. while china is on the cusp of adopting the first anti-domestic violence law, something these women lobbied hard for, human rights groups believe the five feminists are a threat to the regime. >> it's more about cracking down on dissent, cracking down on anybody with the ability to organize, and also i think the chinese government is concerned about ngos and people who have power to mobilize and sway public opinion. >> reporter: something these women successfully achieved. cnn, hong kong. china's latest cyber-tool can do a lot more than censor
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foreign internet sites. researchers are calling it the great cannon, and it doesn't just block banned foreign websites. it can actively attack them with massive denial of service attacks. >> with a few tweaks to the existing system, researchers fear it could be used to spy on and tax individual users in and outside china. here's how it works. ed user generates web traffic, the great cannon checks the ip list. if it is on thet,t matches the attack crier tear yosemite park the great cannon sends malicious code to the user's browser. fires repeat request at websites to paralyze them. the australian government is wading into the controversy over childhood immunizations. prime minister tony abbot wants to cut benefit to parents who don't vaccinate their kids. >> under this plan, families could miss out on thousands of dollars in tax breaks and
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assistance per child every year. take a listen. >> yes, kpeem if they like to be having their kids vaccinated. but it you don't have your children vaccinated, other than on strictly religious or medical grounds, you won't qualify for the supplement or for the childcare payment. this is essentially a no-jab, no-pay policy from this government. >> reporter: australia getting tough there because the number of children who are not vaccinated against meefl and other diseases has risen over the past decade in australia. some parents believe it causes autism. a theory that's been widely discredited. some of the warmest weather in seven months is in store for parts of the u.k. this week.
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our meteorologist pedram javaheri gives us the warm news. >> it's early -- i thought i'd start with a little brighter note today. we'll give you the relief here. look at the perspective. not just the u.k. but much of western europe going to see unseasonably mild weather. tone 15 degrees above average in spots. look at the scenes in london leading up to today. you see the sun has come up, people seeking shade. the temperature in green park, the 20s or so. about 20 degrees celsius, 68 fahrenheit. amsterd amsterdam, some of the warmest weather as well. people across the cooler climates enjoying the readings. here's the perspective for the next couple of days. paris goes from 21 to 25 celsius, roughly 77, 78 degrees fahrenheit. that is well above the average there was 14 celsius for this time of year. london shoots to the mid 20s. the last time it was this warm in london was on the 29th of
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september. impressive warm spell. cooler air across the middle east. well beyond the average. beirut, tel aviv, temperatures also on the cooler side. the reason i bring this to your attention, tremp douse rainfall taking place in gaza city. of course, we know the conflict between hamas and israel. the 50-day conflict in place and heavy rainfall not helping with the damages left in place. and also watching the weather across japan. the most densely populated metropolitan city, tokyo, dealing with tremendous rainfall. we've seen historic rainfall down to the south already on this early monday across portions of japan. they've picked up over a foot of rainfall or 300 millimeters across the prefecture. the concern shifts north toward fuji and tokyo where we could pick up another 100-plus millimeters or four inch in the forecast. and across the united states, stunning weather. at least it looks like it with the temperatures into the 70s. we have wet weather in store. the forecast here, up to nine inches of rainfall for part of
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the southern u.s. over the next week. so -- >> uh-oh. >> a lot of rainfall for a lot of people all week. >> get the umbrella. i was caught in the downpour last week, the rain outside. had no umbrella. i was soaked. >> all you getting wet -- >> my hair took forever to dry. >> thank you very much. a short break, but just to come, pope francis has spoken out on another controversial issue. why a comment he made during sunday mass has upset turkey and prompted an angry response. later, about 650 runners from 30 countries participate in a marathon in the unluckiest of places. ♪
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hello, and welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world. the last half-hour of the day with us. this is "cnn newsroom." i'm errol barnett. >> i'm rosemary church. it is time to check the headlines for you. hillary clinton hits the road as she kick off the 2016 presidential campaign. the former u.s. secretary of state is had headed to iowa right now. she tweeted about the potential voters she's already run interest on her roadtrip. clinton announced her candidacy on sunday. anti-government protesters across brazil are calling for their president's impeachment. police say an estimated 275,000 people packed the streets of sao paolo sunday. brazilians are frustrated by the weak economy and the alleged role in a corruption scandal.
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isis says it now controls part of iraq's largest oil refinery, but iraqi security officials deny that claim. isis posted images on line that the group says show their attack on the facility. the assault comes less than two weeks after isis was run out of tikrit just 40 kilometers away. now, a hillary clinton campaign aide tells cnn she will attend a few small events in iowa beginning tuesday. iowa, of course, a make-or-break state for u.s. presidential candidates. >> it former u.s. secretary of state declared her candidacy sunday on social meadiach the first democrat to do so. three republicans have already announced they are in the race. >> polls show clinton is hugely popular among democratic voters. a campaign strategy is to speak directly to the people like she did at gas stations sunday afternoon. >> some republicans didn't even wait for ril to announce before
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unleashing attack ads aimed at her. >> that's right. before clinton's official announcement, we saw adds from florida governor jeb bush considering a white house run and from senator ran paul. >> we changed the direction our country is heading. we must do better than the obama/clinton foreign policy that has damaged relationships with our allies and emboldened our enemies. better than failed big government policies that grow our debt and stand in the way of real economic growth and prosperity. >> what path will america take? will it be a path to the past? a road to yesterday? to a place we've been to before? hillary clinton represent the worst of the washington machine. the arrogance of power, corruption, and cover-up. conflict of interest and failed leadership with tragic consequences. >> the full-minute-long television ad by senator paul is already running in four early
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voting states in the nominating process. to some other stories we're watching for you. turkey has blasted pope francis for referring to the mass killings of armenians by ottoman turks as a genocide. the term has always been a point of contention when talking about the killings that happened 100 years ago. >> in response to the pope's comments, turkey summoned the ambassador to the vatican for consultation. he called the remarks "unacceptable," and here are the pope's exact words. >> translator: in the past century, our human family has lived through three massive and unprecedented tragedies. the first which is widely considered the first genocide of the 20th century struck your own maerc armenian people. >> for more ben wedeman is standing by in rome. there is a bit of a precedent for this. pope john paul ii cited it in
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2001. pope francis has made similar comment before. for turks, these comments come with a sting. >> reporter: yes, indeed. this is a very sensitive subject for the turks who not only recalled their ambassador to the vatican and summoned the vatican ambassador in ankara to emperess unhappy not. we heard from the turkish foreign minister who tweeted that the statements are unacceptable, those statements by pope francis, and are out of touch with both historical facts and legal basis. the turk have always contended that the massacre of armenians which left 1.5 million dead were simply the result of intercommunal violence during world war i. of course, if you look back at the historical record, diplomatic correspondents, press reports at the time, it does appear that it was indeed a
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systemic genocide of the armenians during the first world war. but as i said, the turks have always denied it. it's important to note that in fact pope francis was, as you mentioned, merely referring to a statement made by pope john paul pope ii in december, 2001. it certainly is not a statement without precedent. it is one that clearly has riled turkish sentiment. errol? >> ben, rosemary here. what's the pope hoping to achieve by raising this sensitivity issue that dates back a century? what's the likely next move from turkey on this? >> reporter: this really, rosemary, is in line with the approach taken by pope francis wh who has never shied away from controversy. yesterday there was a special mass to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the beginning of the apartment massacres in what
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was the ottoman empire. as far as the next steps go, it's hard to say. certainly the turks have take then opportunity to express their unhappiness. at the end of the day, they cannot afford to cut ties with the vatican which, of course, in the sense is the spiritual leader for more than a billion catholics around the world. this may simply be a passing cloud in diplomatic relations between turkey and the vatican. >> ben wedeman reporting live from rome. many thank. >> thanks. a year ago another extremist group launched an attack so frightening it sparked international outrage. >> boko haram abducted almost 300 girl from their school in northeastern nigeria. the fate of most of the girls is still unknown. some escaped, and as we report, they are defying the risks to return to school.
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>> reporter: this estate in northern nigeria has been under a state of emergency for two years. one of the last places you would expect to find an american university. in a side room, four girls chat and giggle, discussing their dreams with their principal. for these girls, just to be here today is a testament to courage and hope. around a year ago, i met this teenager. these just escaped the boko haram abduction of nearly 300 of her friends which the school. last time i saw you, it was very different. you had gone through something horrible and said that you weren't sure that you could ever go back to school. now, here you are. >> in school. >> reporter: the change in her is remarkable. all she says thanks to her teachers. she hope to until their
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footsteps. boko haram targeted these girls and hundred of others like them across nigeria's north for daring to go to school. 231 are back in education, enroled on scholarships at the american university of nigeria. the school's vice chancellor and native californian is a long way from home. she says she's exactly where she's meant to be. >> we drove up early one morning as the curfew was over. and we came to an intersection and had left just the logo of aun on the door, and the parents and students saw our logo and waved us down. it was a wonderful moment. >> reporter: there are 46 more escaped girls who'd love to join their friends here. but right now, that's just not possible. dr. ensign is hoping to change that by raising found the university's foundation. it's easy to forget where we are, but this is still the north
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of nigeria. this is in defy an of boko haram's edict that western education is a sin. by the girls and the university community has taken them in. cars here are searched by hand. guards are on constant patrol. constant vigilance is the price that must be paid. whatever girls learn here, they want to take home with them. >> my people need my support. and me going to school will make that change. >> reporter: you want to go home eventuall eventually? >> yeah. >> reporter: it's very brave. do you feel brave? >> yeah, i'm really brave and determined. >> reporter: she is, they all are. they're hoping a day will come when we don't have to be. cnn, nigeria. >> if you would like more
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information on how to help provide scholarships to the girls, you can go to our website and find a link to where you can make a donation. now, jordan spieth is joining the ranks of some of the top golfers in the world after a record-setting performance at the masters. plus, actress gwyneth paltrow is taking up a new challenge. live on less than $30 in food stamp for one week. we'll explain. the catch of the day is captured on a florida beach. look at this!
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with could back, everyone. it a-- welcome back, everyone. it appears the golf world has been put on notice after jordan spieth's dominant win at the masters. he finished with a record tying
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18 under par and $1.8 million in prize money. >> he has the green, and he, of course, donned the famed green jacket. spieth says he's already thinking about winning next year at augusta. here's more on the new masters champ. [ cheers ] many congratulations. it's been an historic week for yourself and for the masters. i know you've dreamed about this for a long time. how does the reality compare to the dream? >> even better. even better. yeah. to sit with this jacket on and to be a part of the history of augusta national and the masters was something i watched slip away last year h. a chip on my shoulder. carried some momentum into this week. came together at the right time. >> reporter: i know your family and upbringing is important to you. that's played a huge role in getting you here today. i wonder if i can just pass you these three photographs. what emotions do you experience when you see these pictures?
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>> how about the focus that swing, that's a like john daly like. and this is cool for my sister. that's her smile, miss her a lot. wish that she could have been here. but i can't wait to get back to her and let her maybe try on the jacket or something. then this is really cool. haven't seen photos from today yet. >> reporter: that's what you look like. >> it looks good. it looks good. i'm okay worrying green. >> reporter: your youngest sister has special needs. i wonder how her life and condition has shaped your development as a man, and how will you tell her about today? >> shoot, i'll have to bring her back a present from here or something. that's what she'll be expecting. but she's the most special part of our family. she's the funniest part of our family. she's an incredible sister. my biggest supporter and somebody who you can watch and then, you know, reflect on the big picture of life and
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understand all these little frustrations in a day or in a round of golf really are secondary. and we wouldn't have that realization i don't think without her. >> reporter: when you're sitting on the rocking chair on the porch in 50 years' time, how do you think you'll see the achievement? >> hopefully i'll be finishing the masters and will still remember what it was like walking up the 18th hole today. >> reporter: finally phil mickelson said he didn't win he would like to see you at the dinner because you're a terrific ambassador for the game of golf. at some point you will have to think about what menu you'll serve next year. if i put you in the spit now, what would it be? >> some form of texas barbecue. >> that is a magnificent win. >> great for him and a bright future ahead. >> good guy, too. north hosted a -- north korea hosted a merritt help to that attracted runners from a dodds of countries. some there to experience the weirdness of it all. >> yeah.
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welcome back. actress gwyneth paltrow is dramatically cutting her food budget. cher leases theron is -- and cher here theron is opening up about a past experience. >> and bobby brown pitches barbecue sauce? those are some of the trending headline in entertainment news. kim serafin joins me. thank you very much for being with us. let's start with gwyneth paltrow. apparently poised and ready to live on food stamps for a week. why is she doing this? >> yeah, she's taking this new
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york city food stamp challenge. she accepted this challenge offer. she'll live on $29 a week for the week of food stamps. about $1.38 per meal. it's great when celebrities do this. they want to draw attention to issues. she took a picture, said here's what $29 gets you. of course if you're a celebrity, you have to expect people will criticize you. people criticized her choices. she chose brown rice and tortillas and black beans but had leafy green vegetables. look, she's trying to be healthy, people are saying this is not realistic. not what people would buy with food stamps. this is what you're supposed to, too get people talking it it. that's why celebrities put their names on challenges like this. she had to know she would get criticized. >> exactly right. here we are talking about it. want to move to charlize theron. she's had traumatic things happen in her life. she's saying that helped and shaped her and is being useful
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for her next role. >> yeah. charlize theron, i think people know the story. she witnessed her mother shoot her father when she was about 15 years old. she went through this traumatic experience when she was young. she's playing a character in a movie called "dark places," where she plays a characfor who was 8 when she saw her family get murdered. she's saying her own traumatic experience helped with the role. but also helped her in life and just -- it shaped her life obviously. interesting that she's speaking out about it. she has talked about it a little in the past. but she is relating it to the new project she's working on. she's been pretty open about this parliament of her life. she's -- this part of her life. she's very, very tight with her mom. >> yeah. very. and finally to bobby brown. interesting and quite weird behavior. he has spoken out for the first time about his daughter, bobbi kristina. then he made a pitch that was
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weird and awkward and uncomfortable. >> yeah. bobby brown, of course he has been at bobbi kristina's side since everything happened on january 31st. he did have a contractural appearance. he had to perform at a soul food festival. he thanked fans for support and had to perform. he also had to pitch barbecue sauces. again, this was a contractural thing. it's strange because this is the first time we've seen him speaking and publerforming publicly. he thanked everyone for support. it was a weird position to be in to pitch barbecue saws, as well. he flew back to say bobby christine amp he's been at her side. must be -- bobbi kristina. he's been at her side. markup very difficult. he was very emotional at the performance. >> how much do we know about the condition? >> it seems to be unchanged. we know she was moved to a different facility.
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obviously family has been there. she's been unchanged since january 31st. it must be rough dealing with this. it's tragic. >> it is so sad. kim serafin, unimportant to end on a sad note. there many thanks for joining us. >> thank you. we wish the brown family well as they go through all of this. we want to leave with something a bit random, though. cats are wildly known for their fondness of fish. what if you spotted this -- a wild one snagging a small shark at the beach. a man in o vacation in florida was walking along when he spotted the bobcat with the shark. >> alarming. when he saw the photographer, he dropped the fish and ran off. the photographer said he was a safe distance from that surprising scene. >> must have miles away. the only safe distance. >> exactly. thanks for watching. i'm rosemary church. >> i'm errol barnett. "early start" is next for you in
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. it is now official. hillary clinton running for president. you can see it right there. she's driving to iowa right now. that's a picture taken at a gas station. republicans are already on the attack. can the former secretary of state avoid the mistakes of 2008? this as a new republican heavyweight is set to announce his candidacy later today. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is monday, april 13th. ve

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