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>> to see zach and his gaming team in action and to nominate someone you think should be a cnn hero, go to cnnheroes.com. thanks for watching. our coverage continues. the boeing 737 max 8 can keep flying, but more airlines and countries are halting the flights following another crash. breaking overnight, the state department may pull all personnel out of venezuela. the secretary of state says their presence is a constrained on a urs po.s. policy. >> house speaker says he is unfit for office but doesn't want him impeached yet. iraq is a crappy place filled with a bunch of, you know -- >> and more disgusting audio of
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tucker carlson recovered. will fox news stay behind him. and it is tuesday, march 12, 4:00 a.m. in the east. the boeing max 8 can stay in the air despite growing calls to keep it on the ground. the federal aviation administration declining to ground it following two recent crashes. investigators have not determined whether the same problem caused sunday's crash of an ethiopian airlines plane and lion air jet of the same type last october. >> bowinging eaowineing confirml deploy a soft ward updaware upde max 8. this is after the faa says it is mandating design changes. boeing stood by the max 8. >> very important is that the 737 max is safe. we're very confident in that.
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>> overnight several airlines and entire countries temporarily suspended operation of the 737 max 8. singapore, air mexico joining indonesia and all of china. u.s. based carriers sticking with the boeing model. american airlines flights 24, southwest flights 34. and they will continue to do so. >> experts' opinions on whether to fly the 737 max 8 are mixed. former ntsb chief jim hall says boeing should, quote, do the responsible thing and ground the plaec plane until the cause is determined and any problems are addressed. farai sevenzo is where the doomed fly was supposed to land. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. look, the whole question about the 737 max 8 is plaguing everybody in this part of the world. and what about america, what
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have they heard, what have they read. here's what some are saying. >> people were nervous. a lot of reading on the paper and also the internet. i don't think we have the option to change our mind. >> i heard about the crash in ethiop ethiopia, but i had no clue that there was another crash within four months or so. i would prefer that they take a caution approach. >> i read it in the newspaper yesterday. so we're fully aware. and we have flown on that plane prior and never had a problem. when your time is up, your time is up. there is nothing that you can do about it. >> reporter: and of course we started to get news as well about the very first miles per hours that hahave beeaeeen iden. we have brothers and as well as a second year medical resident at tennessee state university. but then there was also an incredible story of survival by shear luck, a young greek man shared something on facebook
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which he called my lucky day. and this is because he arrived at the airport and was too late to get on to that plane. and of course he was trying to get on board and he says when i arrived, boarding was closed and i watched the last passengers get in and of course that meant that he wasn't on the doomed flight 302. and these stories are all coming out now of who survived. remember 35 nations were affected. so many citizens from around the world, dave. >> you're right about that, the entire world was impacted by this crash. farai sevenzo live for us in nairobi. thank you. a check on cnn business now, the tragic crash sunday raising doubts on wall street about boeing. their stock closed down 5% on monday in the aftermath of the second deadly crash of its best selling 737 max 8. in five months now. even with monday's loss, boeing stock is up 23% this year making it the top gainer in the dow.
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spirit arrow systems which makes the max 8 fuselage closed down under 34%. it reflected the serious crisis facing boeing. almost three quarters of their deliveries last year were 737 planes and boeing plans to build 59 new max 8s each month in 2019. several airlines have grounded the jet raising the pressure on boeing. the 737 max is boeing's most important plane and china is boeing's most important market which makes china's decision to ground all max 8s operated by its airlines so significant. boeing's future depends on the succession of the max 8 pl boeing has 4700 unfilled orders for 737s which makes up 80% of their backlog. breaking overnight, the state department pulling all remaining diplomatic personnel out of the u.s. embassy in caracas. secretary of state mike pompeo says the decision reflects the
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deteriorating situation in venezuela and the presence of u.s. diplomatic staff at the embassy has become a constraints on u.s. policy. in january the state department ordered all non-emergency employees to leave. venezuela's national assembly has now officially approved a state of emergency at the request of self declared interim president juan guaido. much of the country has been without power since last week. the state of emergency allows them to seek foreign ent interventi intervention. the white house says all options are on the table. nancy pelosi is in no murray to impeach president trump. house speaker believes that he is unfit for office, but in an interview with the "washington post" magazine, pelosi says unless there is something so compelling and bipartisan, i don't think that we should go down path because it divides the
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country and he is just not worth it. >> they have wanted me to impeach president bush for the iraq war. i don't believe it in it then or not unless there is conclusive evidence. >> but a hnumber of her colleagues don't see it that way. >> impeachment means nothing if you don't use the power and begin the process. so to me it is not a question of whether, it is a question of when. >> you don't impeach trump for him. you impeach trump for the constitution. >> pelosi clearly faces a challenge getting everyone in her party on the same page. but house intel committee chairman adam schiff has her back. >> i'm going to wait to see what bob mueller produces, but i think the speaker is absolutely right that if the evidence isn't sufficient to win bipartisan support for this, putting the
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country through a failed impeachment is not a good idea. >> the house judiciary committee has launched a sweeping investigation sending letters to 81 people and entities with ties to the president including the white house, the justice department, senior campaign officials, trump organization officials and the president's sons. they are looking for evidence of possible corruption, obstruction of justice and abuses of power. new york senator and presidential candidate kirsten gillibrand is defending her handling of sexual assauharassmn her office in 2018. the woman resigned in protest over the way that she says gi gillibrand and her top advisers handled her accusations, but the senator is standing by her process. >> i will always look to improve my processes with my new chief of staff, with her experience we will look it see how we can improve, but this investigation
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was thorough and professional and allegations were taken seriously from the very first day. >> malik was not fired until last week on an unrelated matter. he has yet to comment. gillibrand has been a leading voice in congress on combatting sexual misconduct and is a focus of her presidential campaign. facebook is reversing course and restoring ads placed by elizabeth warren's presidential campaign, those ads called for the break up of facebook, amazon and going claiming the three have bulldozed competition, used our private information for profit and tilted the playing field in their favor. a facebook spokesperson says the ads were originally removed because of a policy against using the company's logo. senator warren responded with a tweet saying thanks for restoring my post, but i want a social media marketplace that isn't dominated by a single censor. for the second time clips resurfaced of tucker carlson
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making offensive remarks. media matters published clips of the host uses racist and homophobic language on a radio program between 2006 and 2011. >> a crappy place filled with a bunch of, you know, semi literate -- >> keep it -- >> i just have zero sympathy for them or their culture, a culture where people don't use toilet pain he or forks. >> obama would kick your ass playing basketball. >> of course he would. come on. >> he's black, he's a real brother. >> i don't know how black he is. >> carlson has not yet commented on the latest round of clips, but they were released a day after audio surfaced of hick expressing disturbing views on child rape, rape shield laws and underage marriage. after that, he said this -- >> the great american outrage machine is a remarkable thing. it is a bewildering moment especially when the quotes in question are more than a decade
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old. there is really not that much you can do to respond. it is pointless to try to explain how the words were spoken in jest or taken out of context or in any case bear no resemblance to what you actually think. >> again, fox news has not commented on the second batch even after it distanced itself from host jeanine pirro's remarks about owe amailhan omar. >> the #fire tucker carlson did rather well on twitter yesterday. shocking. ahead, a u.s. warns a critical ally could loose being a says to intelligence if it partners with a chinese tech giant accused of stealing trade secrets. says to intelligence if partners with a chinese tech giant accused of stealing trade secrets. to intelligence if it p with a chinese tech giant accused of stealing trade secrets.
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the trump administration warning germany against using the chinese tech giant huawei to help build the country's advanced communication networks. administration officials claim
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huawei stole trade secrets and violated iran sanctions. now they are threatening to limit intelligence sharing with germany and other countries that use huawei. sherisse pham is live in hong kong for us with more. >> reporter: good morning. this is really the u.s. taking things up a notch here. as far as we know, this letter to the german government is the first time that the u.s. has issued such an explicit warning to a u.s. ally saying look, it is either us or huawei. if you choose who you way, you will be limiting your access to u.s. intelligence. and of course all of this happening against the broader backdrop of a standoff between china and the united states over who controls the technologies of the future and guess what 5g is one of those technologies. and cow way cow w huawei is a leader when it comes to 5g equipment. so the trump administration has been pressuring allies to ban or
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limit or restrict the use of huawei in their 5g networks. u.s. secretary of state mike pompeo saying just last weekend that countries need to consider carefully using huawei because huawei poses a national security risk. and if countries choose to use huawei, they need to consider the risks carefully. so again, not naming names there, but definitely a broader warning to allies like germany and the uk and canada, all of whom are considering using huawei in the building of their 5g networks. >> further impacting an already strained relationship. and north korea appealing to the united nations security council to review all sanctions and resolutions. pyongyang claims it was unable to host a world health organization meeting because sanctions banned the shipment of computers and electronic devices into the country. north korea's permanent representative to the u.n.
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accusing the body of action against humanity. meantime the u.s. special representative for north korea says the trump administration will not accept a phased denuclearization by pyongyang, even though says the u.s. and north korea remain closely engaged despite the collapse of the hanoi summit. coming up, you got to see this. players and fans mixing it up in the nba. [ bleep ]. >> what got russell westbrook one of the premiere players in the nba so fired up and a brawl on the court as well. next. when we started our business
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$70 million worth of cocaine seized in a drug bust at the port of newark, new jersey. that is 3200 pounds. the large he is cocaieas larges newark port and the second largest ever. it entered the u.s. from colombia last month. officials aren't sure whether the drugs were supposed to stay in the u.s. or continue on to europe. no arrests have yet been made. 2019 is on track to be the worst year for measles in the u.s. in nearly three decades. the cdc has confirmed 228 individual cases of measles in 12 states since january 1. that is 22 more cases than reported last week. new hampshire now joining the list of affected states. the number of new measles cases in january and february already surpasses the annual totals of
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they started throwing punches, . meantimerous is he wi rouussell mixing it up with fans. [ bleep ] westbrook later said it started when the fans told him to, quote, get down on your knees like you're used to. he says that was disrespectful and racist. westbrook also had issues with the utah fans when the thunder and jazz met in the plaufsz last seas playoffs last season. the relationship is unique because they sit court side and they can hear everything they say. behave better, fans. there needs to be a code of conduct. >> people always think, oh, they're not listening to me or i can say whatever i want. >> tough to shut them out. more airlines and countries halting flights of a new boeing model following another crash,
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the boeing 737 max 8 can keep flying, but more airlines and countries are halting the flights following another crash. breaking overnight, the state department will pull all personnel out of venezuela. options are narrowing for what comes next. house speaker says he is unfit for office but doesn't want him impeached yet. iraq is a crappy place filled with a bunch of, you know -- >> and more disgusting audio of tucker carlson resurfaces. will fox news stay behind him. and it is tuesday, march 12, people are fearing for their safety in the fallout from that
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plane crash. that's where we start. the boeing max 8 can stay in the air despite growing calls to keep it on the ground. the federal aviation administration declining to ground it following two recent crashes. investigators have not determined whether the same problem caused sunday's crash of an ethiopian airlines plane and lion air jet of the same type last october. >> boeing confirmed that it will deploy a software update for the max 8. it has been in the works since the lion air crash. this is after the faa says it is mandating design changes. after the lion air crash, boeing stood by the max 8. >> very important is that the 737 max is safe. we're very confident in that. >> overnight several airlines and entire countries temporarily suspended operation of the 737 max 8.
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singapore, aero mexico joining indonesia and all of china. u.s. based carriers sticking with the boeing model. american airlines flies 24, southwest flies 34. and they will continue to do so. >> experts' opinions on whether to fly the 737 max 8 are mixed. former ntsb chief jim hall says boeing should, quote, do the responsible thing and ground the plane until the cause is determined and any problems are addressed. farai sevenzo is ed flight was supposed to land. >> reporter: absolutely. and of course there are still many concerns about the boeing 737. how do americans feel about it, what have they read. here are some views. >> people were nervous. a lot of reading on the paper and also the internet. i don't think we have the option to change our mind.
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>> i heard about the crash in ethiopia, but i had no clue that there was another crash within four months or so. i would prefer that they take a caution approach. >> i read it in the newspaper yesterday. so we're fully aware. and we have flown on that plane prior and never had a problem. when your time is up, your time is up. there is nothing that you can do about it. >> reporter: and this is it because now we're starting to hear about who was affect would by the tragic event of flight 302. 35 nations affected and we're hearing now about the first americans identified. there are brothers and also a second year medical student out of east tennessee state university college of medicine. and there was another incredible story of a young greek man who actually because of his punctuality had missed the flight and he says in his message on facebook that this was his lucky day.
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he says when he arrived, boarding was closed and he watched the last passengers go into the tunnel and he was screaming for them to put him on, but of course they wouldn't do that. and for that reason he is still of this earth, jessica. >> amazing. farai sevenzo, thanks so much. the state department is pulling all american personnel out of the u.s. embassy in came ras came. secretary of state mike pompeo says the decision reflects the deteriorating situation and the presence of the staff has become a constraints on u.s. policy. on january, the state department ordered all non-emergency employees to leave. >> venezuela's national as accept entry has officially approved a state of emergency at the request of juan guaido. much of the country has been without power since last week. the state of emergency allows the assembly to seek international cooperation or
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foreign intervention. guaido tells patrick oppmann this could include u.s. military intervention. the white house says all options are on the table. nancy pelosi in no hurry to impeach president trump. the house speaker believes he is unfit for office, but in an interview with the "washington post" magazine, pelosi says impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there is something to compelling and over wel overwell himming and buy, i don't think that we should go down that path because it quids t guides t divideses country and it is not worth it. >> they wanted me to impeach president bush for the iraq war. i didn't believe in it then and i don't in it now unless there is conclusive evidence. >> but a number of her colleagues don't see it that way. >> impeachment means nothing if you don't use the power and begin the process. so to me it is not a question of whether, it is a question of when.
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>> you don't impeach trump for him. you impeach trump for the constitution. >> pelosi clearly faces a challenge getting everyone in her party on the same page. but house intel committee chairman adam schiff has her back. >> i'm going to wait to see what bob mueller produces, but i think the speaker is absolutely right that if the evidence isn't sufficient to win bipartisan support for this, putting the country through a failed impeachment is not a good idea. >> the house judiciary committee has launched a sweeping investigation sending letters to 81 people and entities with ties to the president including the white house, the justice department, senior campaign officials, trump organization officials and the president's sons. they are looking for evidence of possible corruption, obstruction of justice and abuses of power. new york state attorney general's office issues subpoenas to deutsche bank and
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investors bank. they are looking for records wrelting to the financing of four major trump organization projects including a failed attempt to buy the nfl's buff loaf bills in 2014. deutsche bank is one of the few lenders willing to do business with donald trump in recent years. the subpoenas were prompted by michael cohen's testimony last month. >> did the president ever provide inflated assets to a bank in order to help him ob sta taken a loan? >> these documents and others were are provided to deutsche bank. >> deutsche bank and investors bank are refusing to comment. the trump organization did not respond to cnn's request for a comment. the white house refusing to contradicts the president's claim friday that democrats are anti-semitic. >> the democrats have become an anti israel party. they have become an anti jewish party. >> speaking at her first formal briefing in more than a month, white house press secretary
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sarah sanders put the busburden democrats to justify their view. >> does the president really believe democrats hate jews? >> the president has been an uncommittu unwavering ally to the jewish people and frankly the remarks made by a number of democrats and failed to be called out by democrat leadership is frankly abhorrent and sad and something that should be called by name. it shouldn't be put in a award down resolution. >> the democrats views in the spot light since omar ilhan oma suggested jewish money is behind support in congress. facebook is restoring ads placed by elizabeth warren's campaign. they called for the break up of facebook, amazon and google claiming the three tech giants have bulldozed competition, used private information for profit and tilted the playing field in
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their favor. the facebook spokesperson says the ads were originally remove baud of a policy against using the company's logo. senator warren responded with a tweet monday night saying thanks for reare storing my post, but i want a social media marketplace that isn't dominated by a single censor. stacey abrams is thinking about entering the race for president. she rose to national prominence last year in her failed bid to become the nation's first black female governor. after tending the south by southwest conference in texas, she tweeted 20 years ago i never thought i'd be ready to run for potus before 2028. but life comes at you fast. now 2020 is definitely on the table. two other potential candidates keeping their options open. joe biden will address two labor organizations in washington today and a former texas congressman beto o'rourke could be heading to iowa as early as this weekend. one democrat already in the race getting a boost from his appearance at a cnn town hall.
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pete buttigieg. milwaukee will be the site of the democratic national convention, a nod to wisconsin, a state where hillary clinton failed to campaign in 2016. for the second time in two days, clips surface of tucker carlson making offensive remarks. media matters for america published clips of the host using racist and homophobic language on a radio program between 2006 and 2011. >> a place filled with a bunch of semi literate -- >> keep it -- >> i have zero sympathy for them or their culture, a culture will people don't use toilet paper or forks. >> obama could kick your ass playing basketball. >> of course he would. come on. >> he's black, saying, he's a real brother. do you think -- >> i don't know how black he is.
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>> carlson has not yet commented on the latest round of clips, but they were released after a day after clips were released him making comments on rape laws and understand age marriage. he said this. >> the great american outrage machine is a remarkable thing. it is a bewildering moment especially when the quotes in question are more than a decade old. there is really not that much you can do to respond. it is pointless to try to explain how the words were spoken in jest or taken out of context or in any case bear no resemblance to what you actually think. >> of course there is no context to make those comments sound better. fox news has not commented publicly on the controversy, but the host himself says fox news remains behind him. president's 2020 budget cuts spending nearly across the board, but not projected to balance the budget for 15 years even with ambitious economic growth forecasts.
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high on the president's agenda, $8.6 billion for that southern border wall. the budget has an additional $3.6 billion in military construction funds to pay back the money the president redir t redirected using his executive authority, a plan lawmakers will likely ignore as the nation's debt reaches record highs. the budget also includes an optimistic forecast of american's economy. the white house forecasts the economy will grow at an average of 3% each yearoff the next decade including 3.2% in 2019. but the figures contradict projections released by several government agencies and economists. the international monetary fund anticipates growth to decline to 2.5% this year and soften a 1.8% of 2020 as the tax cuts fade. economists are concerned slower growth in europe and china could drag down the u.s. economy. the u.s. warns a critical ally could lose access to u.s. intelligence if it partners with
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the trump administration is warning germany against doing business with the tegiant huawe. they claim huawei stole trade secrets and violated sanctions. and they are threatening to limit intelligence sharing with countries that use huawei. sherisse pham is live in hong kong with more. >> reporter: jessica, this is really the united states ramping things up in its campaign against huawei. the trump administration has been pressuring allies to limit or arestrict or ban huawei from participating in the buildout of their 5g network saying that using huawei poses a national security risk. and as far as we can tell, this
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letter to the german government is the first time that the u.s. has issued such an explicit warning to a u.s. ally. now, of course this is all happening against a broader backdrop of a battle between china and the united states over who controls the technology of the future and 5g is one of those technologies. 5g is ultra fast wireless network connections, and it will handle a lot of sensitive data. it will handle the data from smart speakers and mobile phones and connected cars. so u.s. secretary of state mike pompeo just last week in iowa saying look, countries who are considering using huawei need to consider the risks carefully. he didn't name the countries directly, but certainly this is a broader warning to allies of the united states like germany and the uk and canada who are all are considering using huawei in the buildout of their 5g networks. >> okay. thanks so much. 5g is the future.
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i mean that is such an important story. >> we're so interconnected now. it's in your homes, your cars. ahead, attention amazon users, you might be able to boobiuy your favorite products for less on other websites. when we started our business
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study found annual energy use is reduced by only about 0.003 if that. the amount of time we fall back to standard time has been shrinking. right now most states are in daylight saving time for and i will eight months of the year. cocaine bust at the port of new jersey, 3200 pounds, the largest cocaine seizure at that port in 25 years and second largest ever. the cocaine was found in a shipping container that entered the u.s. from combi local becol month. a global pandemic of fake drugs is killing children worldwide. according to a new study, hundreds of you thousands of children are dying every year from falsified and substandard medications used to treat
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diseases like malaria and pneumonia. a finding in the study, pfizer found 95 of its products falsified in 113 countries last year. that is costing low and middle income nations up to $200 billion. the most common fake drugs are often pedaled oig on tdled on i and linked to terrorist groups. the cdc has confirmed 228 individual cases of measles in 12 states since january 1, that is 22 more than reported last week. new hampshire now joins the list of affected states. the disease had been eliminated in the u.s. 19 years ago but is endemic in many other countries which is what triggered the current outbreaks. smoking during pregnancy even just one cigarette a day doubles the risk of sudden death for a baby. that finding from a new study
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published in pediatrics analyzed data on 20 million births. the study found by the time you smoke a pack a day, your baby's risk of unexpected death was nearly three times that of nonsmokers babies. women who reduced or quit smoking by the third try semester cut the risk to their babies between 12% and 23%. the story could have been funny, but now just down right bizarre. remember this from last week? >> you've really put a big investment in our country. we appreciate it very much, tim apple. >> well, president trump now trying to explain why it happened. and now late night is weighing in. >> this should have been just a fun slip of the tongue. we laugh, we move on. but because donald compulsive liar can't let anything go, this morning he tweeted this. i referred to tim and apple as tim apple as an easy way to save
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the worst of 2019. tesla raising prices after backtracking on store closures. the electric carmaker said prices for most models would go up by about 3% after it decided to keep more stores open. less than two weeks ago tesla announced that it would shut down most of its stores to help reduce the price of its best selling model 3 to as slow as $35,000. tesla says it will now close only about half as many stores as previously planned. and the 3% increase will apply to more expensive sedans. the higher prices will take effect march 18. and good news for shoppers, sellers on amazon just got a little more freedom. amazon will no longer prohibit its third party sellers from listing their products on other sites for less than they do on amazon. the change comes amid concern that price parity could be in violation of u.s. antitrust law.
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senator blumenthal of connecticut previously asked the department of justice to investigate antitrust violations and how that could affect the prices that consumers pay for goods. amazon would not comment any further about the policy change which went into effect yesterday. "early start" continues right now. the boeing 737 max 8 can keep flying, but more airlines and countries are halting the flights following another crash. breaking overnight, the state department will pull all personnel out of venezuela. options are narrowing as for what comes next. the house speaker believes the president is unfit for office, but doesn't want him impeached. some democrats disagree. iraq is a crappy place filled with a bunch of, you know -- >> and more disgusting audio of
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tucker carlson resurfaces. will fox news stand behind him. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm jessica dean. >> and i'm dave briggs. tuesday, march 12th. people around the world concerned following that deadly crash over the weekend. that is where we start this morning. the boeing max 8 can stay in the air despite growing calls to keep it on the ground. the federal aviation administration declining to ground it following two recent crashes. investigators have not determined whether the same problem caused sunday's crash of an ethiopian airlines plane and lion air jet of the same type last october. >> boeing confirmed that it will deploy a software update for the max 8. it has gone been -- it has been in the working since the lion air crash. this is after the faa says it is mandating design changes. boeing stood by the max 8.

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