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beater and brandy chastain. >> he can take it. don't worry about it. it's all good. coy, thank you. >> you're welcome. thank you so much for being with us. >> your "new day" continues right now. >> it is 8:00. change your clocks. >> it is 8:00. >> that was very important to us. we got an extra hour of sleep. >> we enjoyed it. >> it's 8:00 and we are so grateful to have you. >> i'm christy paul. >> and i'm victor blackwell. serious trend, the crash of the metro jet 9268. investigation now into the downed passenger jet moving along quite rapidly. the russian emergency minister is saying that 120 bodies have been fully processed, could be headed home as soon as today. >> meanwhile, egyptian and russian teams are working in
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tandem at the crash site, scouring every inch of the six-mile debris field. obviously, they're trying to decipher how a plane that report nod issues during a safety check could crash a short time after takeoff. we're following this story around the globe today. we want to start with arwa damon in sharm el sheikh. >> reporter: investigators are still on the ground and both countries have been quick to dismiss isis claims that it brought down the plane. groups operating in the area, one expert said, don't have that capability. another expert said in the particular area where the wreckage was discovered is not an area controlled by any entity at this stage other than egyptian security forces themselves. what is raising a lot of
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questions at this stage is if it wasn't foul play, how did this malfunction take place, especially given there was no advanced warning? >> translator: if the pilot doesn't report any faults on the plane, all that will be carried out are routine maintenance checks on the plane before takeoff. there were no reports that the airplane had faults. checks done before takeoff did not reveal anything. up until the crash happened we were never informed of any faults in the plane, nor did we receive any sos calls. >> reporter: key piece of the puzzle, of course, are the two black boxes that have been recovered from the scene. the analysis to try to extract information from them set to begin very shortly. also 163 bodies now, six different morgues in cairo. we do know that russian forensic
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units on the ground as well and, of course, the families are waiting for their loved ones to return home to be laid to rest but also waiting for answers. >> arwa damon, we appreciate the update, thank you. let's go to richard quest. emirates release this had statement. emirates is currently avoiding flying over the sinai peninsula. we are closely monitoring the situation. what do you think? >> it's a precaution. victor, don't forget, there has been a notice to airmen issued by the united states, by the united kingdom, by germany for or airlines not to fly below es-
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25,000 or 26,000 feet over northern sinai. so the risk has been known over parts of sinai for quite a long time. this hasn't come out of nowhere. the notice does already exist. what's different here, of course, is a result of mh-17, whether or not anybody has managed to acquire the more sophisticated surface-to-air missiles that can reach up into the upper altitudes. most man pad shoulder launch missiles can't get above 14,000 feet. this plane was flying at 30,000, 31,000 feet, well above even the notice to airmen. we're getting ahead ourselves, frankly. we're getting ahead of ourselves. there is no evidence that we know of that suggests it actually was brought down by any form of terrorist activity.
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>> let's talk about the next stages of this investigation then. we've heard from both the russians and the egyptian officials that terrorism cannot be a credible or reliable possibility for this. they're pointing to technical difficulties. beyond the -- >> yes. >> simply absence of another explanation, is there something that points to that, in the data that you're reviewing? >> absolutely. you know, the plane takes off. it flies for 22 minutes. and for some reason unknown, falls out of the sky. now, remember, planes are designed to fly. everything about the plane is designed to keep it in the air. so, you're going to be looking at not just -- they're talking technical difficulties is putting it a little lightly. you're looking for major malfunction. you're looking for catastrophic failures. you're looking for some form of in-flight fire, failure of the air frame, engine explosion. i'm just giving you the sort of
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magnitude of events that causes the pilots to lose control of the aircraft. and even if that event has happened, you're still going to be examining very closely with the airbus aircraft how the pilots flew the planes, what procedures were in place. that brings you way back. it brings you to the airline itself. what was their training at that airline? what was the maintenance like? i'm telling you, we already know that the russian authorities have already basically shut down this airline. they've raided the airlines' offices, impounded the planes and started an investigation. now every aspect, every paper, every maintenance log of that aircraft is going to be poured over by the investigators. >> so, richard, one thing that we have not discussed -- we discussed the possibility and the discrediting of this terrorism claim. we talked about technical
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difficulties, as broad as that term is. error or intent of those on board? it would not be unprecedented. even this year we've seen that. how do they even get to answering that question quickly? >> you're talking about some version of either attack or pilot suicide. i would suggest we leave that well and truly off the table until there is evidence that would point in that direction. the number of cases -- i mean, you're right to raise it, but the number of cases are so few and so far between that you need to have a fairly good, strong piece of evidence to suggest in that direction. and so far we've got nothing towards -- with this particular case. no. we're still very -- the black box will show why, at 31,000 fee feet, this plane started having variations in altitude, quite dramatic variations in altitude,
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why the speed suddenly bled off completely to the point it got down to 90 and 70 knots and then literally fell out of the sky, probably breaking in two at some point. >> richard quest, thank you. the cargo ship el faro disappeared a month ago during hurricane joaquin. a breakthrough for those looking for the missing ship. debris and possible location. how they may be able to raise this thing next.
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the mystery of what happened to the cargo ship, el faro, may be closer to being solved today. sonar images located the wreck about 15,000 feet of water, 15,000 feet down. submersible drone will go down some time today to get a positive i.d. el faro sank exactly one month ago when it sailed during hurricane joaquin on its way to puerto rico. tell us about the condition of this ship and how they're going to confirm. >> at least initial images suggest this is exactly what
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they're looking for, 790-foot vessel that's been lost exactly one month today. initial images suggest this is entirely intact. it is standing upright and that they're going to go in with a remote operated vehicle, a drone, a deep water drone to be able to get into that area about three miles under water, 15,000 feet. they've been in the area the last week. ntsb as well as u.s. navy investigators, trying to figure out if this exactly is the vessel they're looking for. initial investigation images suggest that it is. 28 americans on this vessel, including five engineers from poland and family members for the last month, victor, have been asking for closure, wanting closure. they believe this could be that step. >> that begs the question of the recovery about those victims. >> sure. >> will they be able to go 15,000 feet down and bring them up? or if they bring up the ship again, wait until the ship is at the surface to do that?
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>> sure. you have to factor in the dangers. we know that this vessel, the propulsion failed on this vessel, which is why it stalled in the middle of this storm, hurricane joaquin. the captain said to have had a plan, a very risky one after the fact, but a plan nevertheless to sail about 65 miles within the vicinity of this hurricane. it just didn't seem to have worked out, stalled in the middle of there, causing this ship to sink. we believe that they found what they're looking for. they will go in with this drone to confirm with 100% certainty whether or not it is el faro. victor? >> let's try to get some of that analysis now. nick, thank you so much. christy? >> let's talk to former inspector general with the transportation department, mary schiavo. this thing is three miles down. one, can it be raised? and, two, if not, can they at
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least retrieve the bodies for these families? >> well, let's put it in perspective. the titanic rested at 12,500 feet on the ocean floor. this is lower than the titanic. the navy, actually the maritime command, navy has put them into a separate category of ships. they do have ships -- [ poor audio ] this is a very large ship. while the record recovery from the ocean floor is 17,000 feet, it's very difficult. in that case they didn't bring up a whole ship. they brought up parts. submersibles are able to go down look for the black box and human remains n terms of bringing up the whole ship, folks my age will remember when a russian sub
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sank. we had a mission to raise that. it eventually ended up in a james bond movie, it was so difficult and fantastic. my guess is that they'll search for what just nick said, human remains, and those all-important black boxes and get a good look to see if they have any clues as to what happened. did the ship doors fail where railway cars go on and off? or did it capsize? they'll be looking for clue. >> mary, always appreciate your insight. thank you for being here. historic week in the house of representatives, changing of the guard in the house speaker's role. what paul ryan and john boehner have to say after this passing of the torch. gotta take a sick day tomorrow. dads don't take sick days, dads take nyquil severe the nighttime, sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, fever, best sleep with a cold, medicine. plan well and enjoy life...
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big changing of the guard this week in the house. john boehner steps down as speaker and paul ryan. former and now current house speakers. i want to start with john boehner. what did you learn wifrom your conversation with him? >> i've known him a long time. it was pretty much the last thing he did before he left the
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building this week and left congress. i did learn a lot about how he convinced paul ryan to run for president -- excuse me, for the house speaker's job and what he thinks of paul ryan's chances now of being president. listen to this. now you've known for a while that doing this job might make it hard to go on to other office, namely the white house, because you get pretty messy. >> i think you get over that. >> you think it's still possible for him to be president? >> i think he would have liked to have been president but i think he figured out that god has another plan in mind for him and it's to be speaker of the house. >> do you think it's possible in this modern time to go from speaker to president? >> i don't know. >> i'm guessing you're not going to try. >> no. i've never been afflicted with this disease. >> so how did he convince paul ryan to actually become speaker?
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paul ryan said flatly, i do not want the job. five ways till sunday. you'll have to watch state of the union to find out how he did t it's pretty interesting. >> paul ryan, what did you learn from that conversation? this is a job he didn't want. >> it's a job he didn't want at all. look, it's a job that he's got. it's one of the fascinating things about politics. it's all about timing. and sometimes even if you're great for a job, you're just -- the timing isn't right. and other times, like in the case of paul ryan, the job kind of finds you. that's certainly what happened here. he talked a lot about how he plans to do things differently from john boehner and for people out there looking at congress saying it's so dysfunctional, there's got to be a way to figure this out, he certainly is talking the talk somewhat. we'll see if he can walk the walk and you'll see what he says about that in our interview. >> looking forward to it. dana bash, thanks. >> thank you. >> state of the union starts at
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