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breaking overnight, two u.s. troops killed in afghanistan at efforts wrap up to bring that 17 war to a close. and do family tours and staff departures mean the special counsel is done? and jared kushner uses whatsapp to communicate with foreign leaders. why his attorney says it is not a problem. and for the second time in a year, mississippi is trying to ban abortions before some women even know they have a baby on
the way. good morning, welcome to "early start." >> it is finally friday, march 22, it is 4:00 a.m. in the east. we start with breaking news overnight. two u.s. service members killed while conducting an operation in afghanistan. information still coming in. let's get straight to matthew chance live from moscow. what are we learning? >> reporter: well, we don't know much at this stage, but there has been a press statement reached by nato resolute support saying that two u.s. service members were killed while conducting an operation on this day march 22 inside afghanistan. the statement says in accordance with the u.s. department of defense policy, the name of the service names killed are being withheld until 24 hours after their next of kin has been
notified. so it may well be until tomorrow. but it does bring to fore the number of service personnel killed just this year alone, more than 2300 have been killed since the war began more than 17 years ago now. and that is underlying concerns and the urgency being felt in the united states to try to bring america's longest running conflict ever to an end. the united states president donald trump has said that he is accelerating diplomatic efforts to try to achieve that. diplomats have been meeting with negotiators from the taliban, the militant group that was toppled back in 2001 but which has been resurgent in recent meetings, they have been meeting to try to get a peace proposal together. the afghan government, which is a strong ally of the u.s. and others, is very concerned about that because they have been kind of cut out of the process and they feel that they may be abandoned to taliban if the united states and its allies
should leave. but the fact that another two service personnel have been killed underlines the urgency and need to bring that conflict to an end. >> matthew chance live for us in moscow. thank you. the mueller watch in full swing here. robert mueller has the world on edge this morning, the special counsel appears close to delivering his final russia report. belt way insiders and the president's lawyers are on high alert and here is why. members of mueller's team are bringing family members to the office for on visits with some staff members carrying out boxes. the top prosecutor is leaving for another assignment and the special counsel's grand jury has not been seen in two months. >> when mueller does file his report, it could take weeks for most americans to find out what he learned. the special counsel is required to hand over his report to attorney general bill barr. the justice department would then share portions with the
white house. cnn reported that the white house wants to review is it before lawmakers do to claim executive privilege where it sees necessary. >> and emmet flood and his team have already prepared responses to whatever becomes public based on several potential scenarios. sources tell cnn there appears to be a sense of relief within the white house that they managed to navigate the entire mueller episode without this president ever sitting down for a face-to-face interview. from the white house point of view, it is a big win. meanwhile elijah cummings claims several senior white house officials have used personal email and messaging accounts to conduct government business. in a letter to the white house, the maryland democrat alleges jared kushner has been using whatsapp to communicate with foreign leaders. according to cummings, kushner's attorney insists his client is complying with the presidential records act because he takes screen shots of the whatsapp messages and sends them to his
white house account or the national security council. >> so why not just use the official email for that? >> begs that question. >> it is not clear whether kushner communicated classified information. cummings also claims that casey mcfarland and steve bannon received e-mails on their accounts about the transfer of sensitive nuclear technology to saudi arabia. these new revelations come as president trump continues to attack hillary clinton for using a private email server when she was secretary of state. he built a campaign around that. and now his own administration questioned about complying with presidential records act. >> they are still chanting lock her up at the rallies because of that. boeing meanwhile paying a heavy price for two deadly crashes involving its 737 max 8. indonesian carrier wants to cancel an order for 49 of the jets. boeing stock down 11.7% since
the most recent disaster. in ethiopia, that is over $27 billion in market cap gone. in the face of the crisis, boeing's cnn dennis muilenburg made $23.5 million last year, a raise of 27%. and now the "new york times" reports that the pilots of both doomed jet liners lacked two notable safety features that could have helped them. it seems boeing only offered them as extras. tom foreman has more on the safety features and what the company is doing now. >> the heat around boeing is just getting hotter. these were considered add-ons by boeing and they would tell you that the pilots inside the plane, it would tell them that if these sensors on the front of the plane were reading that the plane was heading more up or if it was heading more down or if they disagreed with each other. readouts in the plane and also a
warning light, these are two separate systems. boeing says that they will make one of these things no longer something that they charge for, no longer an add-on, but a standard part of the plane. but this is really ratcheting up the tension around boeing because people are saying if these are safety measures, to make this plane safer, why weren't they free all along. why weren't they considered a standard part of the plane. one of the answers is these types of add-ons are a big market for companies like boeing. nonetheless, this will make the investigations of boeing which we know now from the fbi, justice department, just go even more energetic at this point. what are they looking at in all of this? any sign that boeing was taking steps that effectively by omission or co-mission allowed a dangerous circumstance to come into play which has taken hundreds of lives. >> tom foreman, thank you.
another we're sorry from facebook, this time from its handling of the passwords of hundreds of millions of you. facebook says it stored them in an internal database that staff had access to. a facebook prvice president sai they were not visible to anyone outside facebook. a year of constant issues for facebook. cybersecurity concerns, regulatory scrutiny in the u.s. and europe and a lengthy outage last week. at the same time that misinformation about vaccines is appearing on facebook and instragram weeks after both sites said they would minimize contract. earlier this month facebook he said it would reduce the rankings of pages that spread misinformation by not including them in recommendations or predictions when users type a search. but two weeks later, this is still an issue. business review showed facebook recommending content in the search bar that links vaccines
with autism. of course that is not borne out by science. a spokesperson called the effort to curb the misinformation a long term commitment. this weekend trump world will be remembered for the president's in-says santa attacks on the late senator john mccain. in an interview thursday with fox business, he yet again slammed the deceased war hero calling mccain horrible for his 2017 vote against a measure to repeal obamacare. and claiming the arizona republican gave explosive dossier on alleged trump ties to russia for, quote, very evil purpose. the president also said this -- >> he can't punch back. you punch back, but he's dead. >> i don't talk about it. people ask me the question. i didn't bring it up, you brought it up. >> you talked about this week. >> you asked me the question. >> fact check, that is not true. president trump went after mccain unsolicited twice on
twitter last weekend and did it again this week during a speech intended to focus on the economy in ohio. >> yeah, what you're looking at, no one asked the president right there about john mccain. he went on a lengthy tirade about john mccain the late senator and are war hero. president trump overturning five decades of policy in a single tweet announcing it is time for the united states to fully recognize israel's sovereignty over the golan heights. it handles benjamin netanyahu a significant foreign policy victory just weeks before israelis head to the polls. want to bring in oren liebermann. politically for netanyahu, this was important. >> reporter: absolutely. netanyahu was facing a very difficult re-election campaign. he had been slide management polls a little bit and this could easily reverse that trend
polls a little bit and this could easily reverse that trend. the u.s. recognition of israeli sovereignty where i'm standing now in the go plan heights. this has been considered as occupied territory. no one recognized it until now. there didn't seem to be any pressing reason to make this announcement even if the international community was opposed to it. there wasn't anyone pushing back. so why now? and that answer perhaps the elections. trump handing netanyahu such a big victory, certain to give him an election boost. when asked about it, secretary of state mike pompeo who was visiting here didn't mention the election, netanyahu never mentioned the elections and trump said it wasn't really a consideration, but that is hard to believe. here's what he said to fox. >> it is not about netanyahu he'd re-election? in in. >> no, i wouldn't even know about that. i have no idea. he was doing okay. i don't know if he is doing great, but i hear he is doing okay. but i would imagine the other
side whoever is against him is also in favor of what i just did. >> reporter: though it is certainly true that all israelis will support this move, not likely to sway anybody in the international community. we've seen condemnation from syria saying this is the u.s. being blindly biased toward israel. russia saying the u.s. can't simply overturn enter nags cint. and netanyahu will be meeting with trump and stair in ty in tr house. so just a part of the trump administration lobbying for netanyahu to win. >> all right, thank you, sir. ahead, 25 states at risk of serious flooding this spring. some of them already saturated. farmers are getting desperate. we're on the ground in iowa next.
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epic flooding in the midwest is not only changing the physical landscape, it is threatening to end a way of life. government forecasters say widespread flooding will continue through may. this is planting season, folks. 25 states are at risk of serious flooding including states already under water. now coming off two years of bad weather, tariffs crippling tariffing and banks withholding loans, farmers are starting to wonder if they will ever recover. a report from iowa. >> reporter: there is just some of the flooded farmland here. and we're about 6 1/2 miles from where the missouri river line should be according to the department of agricultural, about 100,000 acres of farmland are flooded here in the state of iowa. and many of the farmers in this area can't even get to their farms to assess the damage.
and some don't think that they will be able to plant a crop this year. we spoke to some of them. >> there is a lot of pain and uncertainty of your future, what you're going to have to go back to, the amount of money that it will take to even possibly try to put your life back together as far as your family goes. >> i need to be able to farm this ground, i need to be able to do my job, i need to be able to do what i do. i work hard at it and to not be able to have that even just one piece of the pie, it is going to be detrimental. it is real tough to see. all right and according to the american farm bureau, farm bank revenues were up about 20%. highest level in ten years. and farmers here are expecting more flooding as record snowfall in the north is expected to melt
and head down the river this way. christine, dave. tyson foods recalling over 69,000 funds of chicken strip products this morning. they could contain pieces of metal. they were produced november 30, 2018. there are three varieties involved including 25 ounce bags of fully cooked buffalo style chicken strips and chicken breast strip fritters with rib meat and buffalo styled sauce. 20 pound cases may also be contaminated. have a best if used by date of november 30, 2019. more information at cnn.com. mississippi is now the latest state to try to ban abortions before some women even realizes they pregnant.governor signed the bill barring the procedure once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, that is as early as six weeks in to a
pregnancy. only exceptions are for a woman's life or serious risk of impairment. abortion rights groups have already promised a court fight. not one state has managed to put a heartbeat bill into lasting practice. earlier this week a judge stopped kentucky's version from being enforced. iowa's law was declared unconstitutional in january. last november a federal judge struck down a different mississippi law banning abortion at 15 weeks. 20 past the hour. a reprieve for theresa may and the uk. the brexit deadline has been extended. how long do they have and what do they need to dough. we'll g do. we'll go live to london. pardon the interruption but this is big! now with t-mobile get the samsung galaxy s10e included
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a temporary reprieve for the uk. the european union has extended the brexit deadline to overt the prospect of britain crashing out of the eu without a deal next friday. but there are conditions. international diplomatic editor nic robertson is standing by at 10 downing street in london this morning. is this any sign of progress or just more uncertainty and moving the ball down the road? >> reporter: kicking the can down the road, that's what it is. and what we're seeing i think here is the european union in a way trying to take a little bit of control. they were very concerned that with the deadline at the end of the week on the 29th, that theresa may would come back to them at the end of next week at the last moment and say i've failed to get my deal through, now you've got to do this for me. in a what we've seen the european union try to get around that. they have set two deadliness. you can have until may 22
provided you get the agreement signed off on, the withdrawal agreement, the brexit agreement signed off on. but if you don't get it signed off, then you only have until the 12th of april. and the simple reason for that is european elections are coming up and they say that if britain was going to take part in those european elections, it must make it clear before the 12th of april. what the european union here is doing is saying that everything is still on the table, a deal, a bleks dea brexit deal, a no-deal scenario, a much longer extension than is on the table right now is still an option and of course britain can reverse brexit plans completely. theresa may seems to be ruling all of that out. she is saying the people in britain will not vote in the european elections so she is really going back to the position that she was in already, high deal my deal or n. so really it changes nothing. the substance of the agreement,
nothing at all other than that deadline moving it forward in two weeks. we could be back in this place again very soon. >> and there is no roadmap for this really. fascinating. already. nic robertson watching all of it for us. >> you can't help but wonder if at what point another referendum becomes at least something that they discuss. >> but there is also the view that referendum is undoing democracy because the people voted to leave the eu. >> very uninformed vote. >> you don't get a mulligan. >> i think a lot of people do want it. ahead, two u.s. troops have been killed in afghanistan. another devastating blow as the u.s. struggles to close out its longest war. from the first loving touch everything that touches your baby should be this comforting pampers swaddlers, the #1 choice of hospitals,
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troops killed in afghanistan as efforts wrap up to bring that 17 war to a close. and do family tours and staff departures mean the special counsel is done? new indications the mueller report could go to the attorney general at anytime. and jared kushner uses whatsapp to communicate with foreign leaders. why his attorney says it is not a problem. and for the second time in a year, mississippi is trying to ban abortions before some women even know they have a baby on the way. welcome back to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> and i'm christine romans. two u.s. service members killed while conducting an operation in afghanistan. information still coming in. matthew chance is monitoring this for us live from moscow. matthew, what do we know at this hour? >> reporter: well, we don't know a great deal. there has been a statement issued by the nato military
alliance, that is the operation inside afghanistan involving thousands of u.s. personnel helping the afghan military to combat the taliban as they battle them for territory on the ground. that short statement saying two u.s. service members were killed while oconducting an operation. it doesn't give any details about the operation. but it goes on to say that in accordance with u.s. department of defense policy, the names of the service personnel killed in action are being withheld until 24 hours after their next of kin have been notified. so it could be tomorrow before we find out their identities. but it brings to fore u.s. service personnel killed in action this year loalone, more than 2300 u.s. personnel have been killed in that conflict. and ten times as many have been
left injured with some with obviously very severe casualties. and it underlines how important it has become for the united states to bring that number of u.s. forces down and bring a close to the longest running war in american history in afghanistan. already an order has been issued by the white house some time ago to accelerate negotiations with the taliban who were toppled in 2001, but they have been res resurgent in recent months. but those negotiations have not yet forged a peace deal and this is the result. >> just tragic. matthew chance, thank you for that. also breaking moments ago, north korea pulling out of the joint liaison office it opened last year with south korea. the statement from the south said seoul was notified that the north is pulling out with instructions from the superior authority. the move comes after the u.s. slapped two chinese firms with
sanctions for doing business with pyongyang. it is the first you've by the white house against north korea since the summit, that second summit between kim jung-un and president trump in hanoi ended with no agreement. also should mention john bolton in a tweet yesterday warned countries around the world to take notice and review their own activities to ensure they are not involved in north korea's sanctions evasion. so it appears that things beginning to escalate once again. meanwhile robert mueller has the white house and the world on edge this morning. the special counsel appears to be close to delivering his final russia report. belt way insiders and the president's lawyers are on alert and here is why. caitlin poe lance pointing out that members of mueller's team bringing family members to the office for visits with staff members carrying out boxes. top prosecutor is leaving for another assignment and the grand jury has not been seen in two months now. >> i love the stakeout with his
baseball cap. >> we are in tmz phase. >> yeah. all right. when mueller does file his report, it could take weeks for most americans to find out what he learned. the special counsel is required to hand over his report to attorney general bill barr. the justice department would then share portions with the white house. cnn reported this week the white house wants to review it before lawmakers do to claim executive privilege where it wants. >> and emmet flood and his team have already prepared responses to whatever becomes public based on several potential scenarios. sources tell cnn there appears to be a sense of relief within the white house that they managed to navigate the entire mueller episode without the president ever sitting down for a face-to-face interview. >> house oversight chairman elijah cummings claims several senior white house officials have used personal email and messaging accounts to conduct government business. in a letter to the white house, the maryland democrat alleges jared kushner has beencrypted mp
to communicate with foreign leaders but kushner's attorney says it complies with the presidential records act because he takes screen shots of the messages and acceptsends them t white house account or national security council. >> not clear where kushner communicated classified information. katie mcfarland and steve bannon it is claimed received e-mails on their accounts about the transfer of sensitive u.s. nuclear technology to saudi arabia. these new revelations come as president trump continues to attack hillary clinton for using a private email server as secretary of state. the white house rejepgtsict request from congress democrats for documents related to president trump's communications with vladimir putin. white house counsel says the president trump must be free to
engage in discussions with foreign leelders without fear that those communications will be disclosed and foreign leaders must be assured of this as well. a lawmaker is looking into whether there was an attempt to con be seal or misrepresent president trump's contacts with putin. he reportedly kept aides in the dark about the meetings confiscated his interpreter's notes following the meeting with putin in germany. elijah cummings says his committee has not received any documents from the white house on any topic they are investigating. boeing paying a heavy price for two deadly crashes involving a 737 max 8. the indonesian carrier says it ntd with as to cancel an order for 49 of those jets. boeing's stock down 11.7% since the recent disaster. in the face of the crisis, a new filing reveals the ceo dennis mu muilenburg made $23.5 million last year, a raise of 27% just
before this very high profile cry a cry sifs. and the "new york times" reports that the pilots of both sdoochled jets lacked two safety features that could have helped them. it seems they were only offered as extras. you had to pay extra for something to tell you that sensor was malfunctioning. tom foreman has more on these safety features an what the company is doing now. >> the heat around boeing is just getting hotter. these were considered add-ons by boeing and they would tell you that the pilots inside the plane, it would tell them that if these sensors on the front of the plane were reading that the plane was heading more up or if it was heading more down or if they disagreed with each other. readouts in the plane and also a warning light, these are two separate systems. boeing says that they will make one of these things no longer something that they charge for,
no longer an add-on, but a standard part of the plane. but this is really ratcheting up the tension around boeing because people are saying if these are safety measures, to make this plane safer, why weren't they free all along. why weren't they considered a standard part of the plane. one of the answers is these types of add-ons are a big market for companies like boeing. nonetheless, this will make the investigations of boeing which we know now from the fbi, justice department, just go even more energetic at this point. what are they looking at in all of this? any sign that boeing was taking steps that effectively by omission or comission allowed a dangerous circumstance to come into play which has taken hundreds of lives. >> tom foreman, thank you. this weekend trump world will be remembered for the president's incessant attacks on the late senator john mccain. he slammed the deceased war hero
thursday calling mccain horrible for his 2017 vote against a measure to repeal obamacare. and claiming the arizona republican gave the fbi an explosive dossier on alleged trump ties to russia for, quote, very evil purposes. the president adding this -- >> but mr. president he can't punch back. you punch back, but he's dead. >> i don't talk about it. people ask me the question. i didn't bring this up you, just brought it up. >> you talked about this week. >> you asked me the question. >> fact check, not true. president trump went after mccain unsolicited twice on twitter last week and again this week during a speech in ohio that was intended to focus on the economy and national security. >> he spent a great deal of time trashing the deceased senator and war hero there in lima. >> in front of active duty military mind you. >> that was part of the speech, that was not a question from the
media. all right. 41 past the hour. another we're sorry from facebook. facebook is really sorry these days. this time for mishandling the passwords of hundreds of millions of you. facebook says it stored them in an internal database that staff had access to. a facebook vice president said they were not visible to anyone outside facebook. and there is no evidence anyone abused the passwords. a year of constant issues for facebook. cybersecurity concerns, regulatory scrutiny in the u.s. and europe and a lengthy outage last week. at the same time that misinformation about vaccines is appearing on facebook and instragram weeks after both sites said they would minimize that contents. earlier this month facebook he said it would reduce the rankings of pages that spread misinformation by not including them in recommendations or predictions when users type a search. but two weeks later, this is still an issue.
business review showed facebook recommending content in the search bar that links vaccines with autism. a false conspiracy theory. a spokesperson called the effort to curb the misinformation a long term commitment. i'm always surprised how many people believe this stuff when they see somebody share it and they assume that it is real. and i'm always surprised how many people share things that are just not true. people who you know, you know. >> that is the stuff that spreads faster than true information unfortunately. ahead, why you should check your freezers. tyson recalling nearly 70,000 pounds of popular chicken strips. we'll tell you which ones. ♪ ♪ 'cos i know what it means ♪ to walk along the lonely street of dreams ♪ ♪ here i go again on my--- you realize your vows are a whitesnake song?
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and now president trump is joining the call to fix student loan debt. >> student loan debt, i'm going to work to fix it. because it is outrageous what is happening. but we're going to start with 43 million people in the united states are currently working to pay off student loans and we'll be talking about that very soon. >> very soon. that was during an executive order signing event yesterday, that order aimed to protect free speech on college campuses. but it includes these two provisions on student loan debt, it directs the department of education to publish more information about graduates' income and debt levels, that makes it easier for students to make a financial choice here, to choose colleges that are best for them based on the value of the program and what they will earn later. trump also wants the doe to come up with proposals that would hold colleges accountable for student outcomes. tyson foods recalling over 69,000 pounds of chicken strip
products, they could contain pieces of metal. the frozen ready to eat chicken strips were produced november 30, 2018. there are three varieties involved, including 25 ounce bags of fully cook bed buffalo style chicken strips and fritters with rib meat and buffalo style sauce. 20 pound cases of fully cooked buffalo style chicken strips may all be contaminated pull have a best if used by november 30, 2019. for more information, cnn.com. a lot of health concerns and lack of answers in the houston suburb of deer park after that huge chemical fire was finally put out. residents were warned to 14esher in place after hazardous levels of the benzene were detected in the air. dozens showed up at a mobile county health clinic complaining about burning sensations, itchy eyes and skin and stuffy and bloody noses. itc is conducting its own air
and water quality tests. remember it was the parents who were insisting that schools be closed because they were so worried, they were told that the air quality is fine, and now there is this benzene issue. >> people had to wipe that ashenoash off their cars. several indiana teachers complaining they were shot with plastic pellets during an active shooter drill. the state teachers association says the pellets caused wells and bleeding. the training took place at an la elementary school back in january. the union says risk of harming someone far outweights whatever realism one is trying to convey. police say they were using an air soft gun, but recently stopped after a teacher was upset by it. >> wow. mississippi the latest state trying to ban abortions before some women even realize they are pregnant. the governor signed the bar
barring the procedure as early as six weeks in to pregnancy. only exceptions are for the woman's life or serious risk of impairment. abortions rights groups have promised a court fight. >> not one state has managed it-to-put a heartbeat bill into lasting practice. a judge stopped kentucky's version. iowa's law was declared unconstitutional in january. last november a federal judge struck down a different mississippi law banning abortion at 15 weeks. to the college entrance scandal. more fallout this morning in that admissions disaster. ucla soccer coach resigning in the wake of bribery allegations. he is accused of accepting $200,000 to enroll two players on ucla teams even though they did not play soccer competitive. one of the students lauren isaacson was a member of the women's team and remains enrolled. her parents have beenism pli indicated in t implicated in the scandal.
the coach guided them to 14 ncaa tournaments and two national championship appearances. the student appears in the girl's soccer program sometimes as a manager, sometimes as a player, wearing a uniform. she does not play. cameras in your car could be watching you. but one automaker says that is a good thing. volvo says in-car cameras will keep an eye on drivers and take action if they seem distracted or umpired. the swedish automaker says the cameras would be part of a system to slow vehicles and safely park them on the side of the road if drivers become incapacitated or their attention wanders for a long period. a policy analyst says volvo needs to be transparent about what the cameras monitor and said drivers should have a say if how the information is used. >> so creep me out that cameras have airlines behind the seats because why. but the car, i'm less concerned about. >> yeah, but does anyone want a
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thursday. the dow closed up 217 points, s&p 500 advanced 1.1%, nasdaq up 1.4%, apple closed up 4% ahead of a major product announcement on monday. apple up nine out of the past ten days. bio gen plunged 29%, it halted trials on a promising alzheimer's treatment. it was a really good day for levi strauss, it closed up 32%. look at all the traders were even allowed to wear jeans on the floor, they raised $623 million from the stock sale. you're not supposed to wear jeans on the floor unless your ipo is on the floor. this isn't the first time levi's has gone public. it was publicly traded in the '70s and early '80s, went private back in 1985. their ceo says the company plans to use some of the money from that stock sale to boost its presence in overseas markets.
cannabis based products are now in cvs stores in eight states. the pharmacy chain says it includes topicals such as creams, sprays and locations. and available in alabama, california, colorado, illinois, kentucky, maryland and tennessee. but cvs specified it is not selling any cbd containing supplements, no food additives. we have product manufactures that are complying with applicable laws and that meet cvs' high standards for quality. cbd becoming a hot ro dunkts. companies are adding the nonpsycho active cannabis com bound to food, beverages and products. >> people paying a lot of money for those. "early start" continues with breaking news out of afghanistan. breaking overnight, two u.s.
troops killed in afghanistan as efforts wrap up to bring that 17 war to a close. and do family tours and staff departures mean the special counsel is done? new indications the mueller report could go to the attorney general at anytime. and jared kushner uses whatsapp to communicate with foreign leaders. why his attorney says it is not a problem. and for the second time in a year, mississippi is trying to ban abortions before some women even know they have a baby on the way. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm dave bligriggs. >> and i'm cries tehristine rom. sad news breaking overnight. two u.s. service members killed while conducting an operation in afghanistan. information still coming in. ryan browne is joining us live from washington. good morning, what do we know about this terrible news this