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breaking overnight, pilots on the doomed boeing flight in ethiopia knew the exact procedures boeing recommends, but still couldn't keep the plane in the air. >> anything we give them will never be enough. >> house democrats vote to authorize a subpoena for the full mueller support. will they see it through? an historic night in chicago as the city elects the first mayor that is black and identifies as gay. a fake ride share driver.
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police are looking for a man in washington state who raped a woman who got in his car. welcome to early start, i'm christine romans. we start with breaking news regarding that crash. pilots flying the boeing 737 initially followed boeing's recommended emergency proceed you ares, but still unable to gain control of the jet. briefed on preliminary findings of the plane's black boxes. let's welcome in robin, live. good morning. >> reporter: hi, dave. the scenarios at "the wall street journal" reporting states the anti-stall systems failed and the pilots of flight 302 followed the emergency procedures to shut it down. they went to shut it down, from
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what i can understand, the pilots recognized the problem and deactivated it. they still could not regain, from what we understand, control of the aircraft. they went back and turned it back on again. we are not sure why they did that. however, what we can tell you, if this turns out to be true, it indicates a deeper problem and perhaps the only worse thing for boeing, if the emergency procedures they put in place after the lion air crash failed, if this reporting turns out to be true, the plane continued to plunge to the ground. 157 people killed, david, in that flight, in that crash six minutes for pilots, the two ethiopian pilots fighting the plane to keep it from going into the ground. you can imagine with all the emergency sirens and warnings going off, how terrifying that
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would have been. >> a lot of questions left. robin, thank you. whistleblower reports are raising questions about the faa inspectors who reviewed the 737 max planes for certification and whether they were properly trained. according to information from documents reviewed, the faa may have been notified about training deficiencies as early as august, 2015. that's two months before the first of the two deadly boeing crashes. >> an investigation is under way in how the boeing 737 max was certified to fly as prosecutors issued subpoenas as part of a grand jury criminal investigation. one being asked to turn over all communications including drafts related to the boeing 737 max. a security breach at
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mar-a-lago resort. a woman carrying chinese passports and malicious software entered the facility illegally late last month. the president was staying there at the time, but was not on site. she gained access through a miscommunication with members of the resorts security detail. >> she was detained after telling a receptionist she was there for an event that didn't exist. they found four cell phones, laptop, thumb drive in her possession. the thumb drive contained ma malware. they say mar-a-lago is responsible for who is admitted to the club, and access to the president. >> a subpoena to get the full, unredacted mueller report that gives jerry nadler the green light to issue a subpoena. he has not said whether he would
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do that before attorney general barr released a redacted version this month. the president says release it, but he's agitated. >> i think it's ridiculous. we are going to start the process all over again? i think it's a disgrace. anything we give them is not enough. we could give them a 400 page report, we could give them 800 pages and it wouldn't be enough. >> there's ample precedent for barr to release the full report, including grand jury material. they point to investigations in watergate and former president, bill clinton. they say barr deserves the benefit of the doubt on the report, but top democrats don't see it that way. >> the attorney general is an agent of the president. he auditioned for his job by saying this kind of investigation was wrong and the president could not commit
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obstruction of justice. he got the job to protect the president. >> if he came to the job clean, without any history in this investigation, i would say yes, give him the benefit of the doubt. but he didn't. he wrote a 19-page legal memo, a job application, saying if you pick me for your ag, i will have your back on the obstruction of justice case. that's what he's done. >> they voted yesterday to authorize subpoenas in the white house probe. among those targets, robert klein. klein agreed to testify and asked not to be subpoenaed. >> today, we are going to subpoena a guy who just sent us a letter who is willing to come here voluntarily. i have been on this committee ten years, never seen anything like this. >> please. >> never seen anything like this. i haven't.
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i haven't. >> we are conducting foreign relations with folks with security clearances via what's app. every day we go on without getting to the bottom of this matter is a day we are putting hundreds, if not potentially thousands of americans at risk. i mean, really, what is next? putting nuclear codes in instagram dms? >> it comes after a white house whistleblower kept 25 instances which denials of security clearances were reversed by the trump administration. the fight over health care reform. he decided to delay the repeal of obamacare until after the 2020 election. listen to what he told the national republican congressional committee last night. >> republicans should not run away from health care. you can't do it. you are going to get clobbered.
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if we stay away from that subject, we are going to lose. we have the police. we have the military. we have so much. they have health care right now. we have to take that away from them. >> now have an idea why the president backed away from the health care fight after embracing it last week. several lawmakers, including mitch mcconnell directed him. >> i pointed out to him the senate republicans view on dealing with comprehensive health care reform with a democratic house of representatives. i made it clear to him we were not going to be doing that in the senate. >> many republicans would prefer to see the focus on prescription drug cost. they don't want to see a fight within the party over health care reform like the one that cost them control of the house in november. president trump calling on
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house republicans to be pair noud after democratic victories were voter fraud. listen to what the president is telling his supporters. >> we are going to watch those vote tallies. i keep hearing about the election and the various counting measures that they have. there were a lot of close elections that were, they seemed to, every single one of them went democrat. if it was close, they say the democrat, there's something going on. hey, you have to be a little more paranoid than you are. we have to be careful. i don't like the way the votes are being tallied. >> that sounds familiar. the president falsely claimed in 2016 that millions of illegal votes in california, that's what cost him the popular vote. president trump appears to be backing off his threat to close the u.s. border with mexico, at least for now.
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he praised mexico for doing more to stem migration from central america. the move could eliminate the move to close the border. >> i really wanted to close it. now mexico says no, no, no, first time in decades. we will not let anybody get through. they have abpprehended people a their southern border and bringing them back into the country. i said, why the hell didn't somebody do that in the first place. >> not sure the numbers are accurate. they called on congress, putting the burden to democrats to come to the table in response to the threats. >> sure, it's going to have a negative impact on the economy. hey, all you hear me talk about is trade. let me give you a secret. security is more important to me than trade.
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>> on trade, here is what's at steak. the store shelves and factory stores the entire u.s. autoindustry would shut down in a week. they say every automaker depends on parts from mexico. 16% of parts used at assembly plants and sold in stores originate from mexico. grocery stores would take a hit. 90% of avocados come from mexico. $4.6 million in beer, wine, alcohol, that includes tequila, soybean and dairy farmers. meanwhile, trump's umca is at stake, the new nafta. he's signed a deal, but not approved by congress. history in chicago.
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lori lightfoote, elected mayor of the third largest city. the first african-american woman to lead chicago. she is the first to identify as gay. the 56-year-old former u.s. attorney vowing to remake the city by putting the interest of all the people over the powerful few. >> i remember something martin luther king said when i was very young. faith, he said, is taking the first step when you can't see the staircase. well, we couldn't see the whole staircase when we started this journey, but we had faith and abiding faith in the city, its people and future. >> she faces serious issues like crime and community relations. she will be sworn in next month. the college admissions scandal known as operation varsity blues, 13 people in
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total, including fa indianapolisty huffman and lori loughlin are set to appear in federal court in boston. charges to commit conspiracy and mail fraud. they paid a college prep business to cheat on standardized tests and/or bribe college coaches to get their children into competitive universities. in washington state, authorities are looking for this man. they call him a person of interest, reported rape of a passenger in a fake ride share. the woman told the sheriff detective she got into a car she thought was the ride share she ordered and was raped inside the vehicle. the sheriff's office not releasing the name of the ride share company. they confirmed the woman never
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made contact with any drivers that night. >> reminding us of personal safety. there was a horrible murder in south carolina a few days ago. awful. >> check the license plate and check the name of the driver. it also appears on the app. >> ask the driver to tell you your name. 14 minutes past the hour. hidden cameras recorded hundreds of patients in delivery rooms in a hospital. why the cameras were installed in the first place. (client's voice) remember that degree you got in taxation?
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suspect in a hit and run crash injured and a 9-year-old girl is in custody this morning. gabriel turned himself into police. his attorney says he's apologetic and wants to help the family get closure. he was fighting off a carjacker when it occurred. it shows holmes playing with a friend when the car plowed into
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her and then into her house. the 9-year-old suffered a faktured skull and pelvis. hidden cameras recorded hundreds of patients without their consent. they were located in three labor and delivery rooms in la mesa. 1800 patients were recorded over a period of 11 months beginning the summer of 2012. the secretly taped images awe the c-sections. >> it was stored on desktop computers and could be viewed without a password. they installed motion detected cameras because drugs were missing from operating rooms. if you subscribe to netflix, get ready to pay more. price hikes take effect on the
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president trump made bizarre claims in a speech before the national republican committee. he, once again, attacked wind energy and made this dubious claim about the damage wind causes. >> if you have any windmill near your house, congratulations, your house just went down 75% in value. they say the noise causes cancer. >> they say the noise causes cancer. that's not true. in fact, general electric announced the latest investment, the largest and most powerful wind turbine makes enough electricity to power 16,000
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american homes. the president also had this concern. >> think of it, they put names in. pick a name. ladies and gentlemen, i'm proud to announce so and so. i don't want to use names because i'll get in trouble. somebody is going to leak this whole damn speech to the media. >> it doesn't need to be leaked. it was televised. he's talking in front of a camera. it will be seen across the u.s. because this was scheduled to be televised. >> with that rebound, oklahoma city star russell westbrook grabbed a piece of nba history. the second player to have 20 points, 20 rebounds and 20 assists in a single game. the other, oscar roberts in 1962. westbrook dedicating it to
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nipsey hussle who was fatally shot on sunday. a woman walked out of payless with hundreds of pairs of new shoes, none of them were for her. the shoes were marked down a a dollar a pair. she paid 100 bucks for this hall. who are the shoes for? she donated the shoes to flood victims in nebraska. bravo to her. >> nice. breaking overnight, the exact recommended procedures were not enough to keep a doomed boeing plane in the air. we are live with the latest.
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breaking overnight, pilots on the doomed boeing flight in ethiopia used the exact procedures boeing recommends but still couldn't keep the plane in
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the air. >> anything we give them will never be enough. >> house democrats will vote to authorize a subpoena for the full mueller report. will the judiciary chairman see it through? >> history in chicago. the city elects the first mayor who is black and identifies as gay. another case of a ride share driver. police are looking for a man in washington state who raped a woman who got in his car. welcome back to early start. >> it is 32 minutes past the hour. pilots flying the boeing 737 max that crashed in ethiopia initially followed boeing's recommended emergency procedures but were still unable to recover control of the jet.
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that cited people briefed on the preliminary findings. for the latest, let's go to robin, live in ethiopia. robin, this wall street journal reporting is very detailed and says these pilots did exactly what the boeing manual told them to do and still couldn't right this jet. >> reporter: indeed, christine. from the scenario "the wall street journal" outlined states pilots recognized this problem with the system that pushes the plane's nose down. they followed the emergency procedures. they turned it off, deactivated it, went to manual, a back up, but still could not keep that plane's nose up. they turned the system back on, we are not sure why, perhaps to try to follow other emergency procedures and troubleshoot further. they could not keep the plane from plunging into the ground. i want to read something a pilot
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said. normally they are confident because they are highly trained for the job. simulators are where the pilot is trained. you are trained for every scenario that comes in your way. never like the flight et302. it was not in the script. the pilot should never have to fight against a plane. really tough questions are going to be asked of boeing. the emergency procedures put in place after the lion aircraft and the question everyone will ask, why was it not fixed the first time. six minutes into flight, plunging into the ground with emergency sirens and warnings going off in their cockpit, trying desperately, fighting to keep that plane from going down. unfortunately, it did, killing 157 people. enormous backlash in ethiopia, a lot of people asking tough questions. if the reporting turns out to be true, it looks to spell good
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news for ethiopian airlines, particularly the two pilots involved in the crash. >> unthinkable what was happening in the cockpit and that plane. whistleblower reports are raising questions about the faa inspectors that reviewed the 737 max planes for certification and whether they were properly trained. according to information from whistleblowers and documents reviewed, faa may have been notified about training deficiencies as early as august, 2018. that's two months before the first of two deadly boeing crashes. an investigation is under way to determine how the boeing 737 max fleet was certified to fly. they have issued subpoenas as part of a criminal investigation. one former boeing employee is being asked to turn over all communications including drafts related to the boeing 737 max.
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significant security breach at the president's mar-a-lago report. prosecutors filing charges against a woman carrying chinese passports and malicious software. she entered the facility over the weekend. the president was there, but not on site. she gained access through a miscommunication with members of the resort's security detail. >> she was detained after saying she was there to attend an event that did not exist. secret service agents found four cell phones, laptop, external device and thumb drive. the thumb drive contained malware. they say mar-a-lago management is responsible for deciding who is permitted access to the club, but not who gets access or proximity to the president. house democrats will vote to authorize a subpoena to get the full, unredacted mueller report.
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that will give jerry nadler access to get the subpoena. he has not said he would do that. the president still says release it, but he is clearly agitated. >> i think it's ridiculous. we are going to start the process all over again. it's a disgrace. anything we give them is never enough. we could give them a 400-page report, right? we could give them 800 pages and it wouldn't be enough. they will come back and say it's not enough, not enough. >> ample precedent to release to congress the report, including grand jury material. the investigation into watergate and bill clinton. barr deserves the benefit of the doubt but top house democrats don't see it that way. >> the attorney general is an agent of the president. he auditioned for his job by saying that this kind of
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investigation was wrong and the president could not possibly commit obstruction of justice, which is a rather extreme legal view. he got the job to protect the president. >> if he came to the job clean without a history in the investigation, i would say yes, give him the benefit of the doubt. but he didn't. he wrote a 19-page legal memo, a job application saying if you pick me for the ag, i will have your back on the obstruction of justice case. that's what he's done. >> the house oversight committee voted to authorize subpoenas in a white house security clearance probe. karl klein, the personnel security director offered to testify. >> today, we are going to subpoena a guy who just sent us a letter saying he is willing to come here voluntarily. i have been on this committee ten years and never seen anything like this.
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>> please. >> never seen anything like this. i haven't. i haven't. >> we are conducting foreign relations with folks of security clearances via what's app. every day that we go on without getting to the bottom of this matter is a day that we are putting hundreds, if not potentially thousands of americans at risk. i mean, really, what is next? putting nuclear codes in instagram dms? >> the latest viral clip after a white house whistleblower told the committee, she kept a list of 25 instances which decisions to deny security clearances were reversed by the trump administration. president trump calling on fellow republicans to be, in his words, paranoid after claiming democratic victories in 2018 were the result of voter fraud. listen to what the president is telling supporters. >> we are going to watch those vote tallies. i keep hearing about the
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election and the various counting measures they have. there were a lot of close elections that were, they seem to, every single one of them went democrat. if it was close, they say the democrat, there's something going on. you have to, hey, you have to be a little more paranoid than you are. we have to be a little bit careful. i don't like the way the votes are being tallied. >> it probably sounds familiar. the president, also, falsely claimed in 2016 millions of illegal votes in california cost him the popular vote. history in chicago. lori lightfoot elected the first african-american in the city and first to identify as gay. the former district attorney
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says she will put it over the powerful few. >> i remember martin luther king said when i was very young. faith, he said, is taking the first step when you can't see the staircase. well, we couldn't see the whole staircase when we started this journey, but we had faith an abiding faith in a city, its people and its future. >> lightfoot faces serious issues like crime and police community relations. she will be sworn in next month, replacing rahm emanuel who chose not to seek a third term. eric holder and nipsey hussle knew each other. the 29-year-old holder was identified from surveilness video. he can be seen approaching hussle and other people several times before returning with a handgun.
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the rapper was killed and two others injured. actress and model, lauren london breaking her silence to pay tribute to her long-time boyfriend. she writes, i am lost, i lost my best friend, my sanctuary, my soul. london was in a five-year relationship with hussle, has a 2-year-old son with him. in washington state authorities are looking for this man, they call him a person of interest in the rape of a passenger in a fake ride share. she got into a car she thought was the ride share she ordered and was raped inside the vehicle. authorities say the man was seen near the victims home the night of the reported rape last december. they didn't release the name of the ride share office because it's confirmed she never made contact with any of its drivers that night. ♪ a sad farewell to the victim
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of a ride share killing in columbia, south carolina. the new jersey town where usc student samantha josephson grew up. she was killed after getting into the wrong car waiting for an uber. 24-year-old nathanial rowland is charged with kidnapping and killing her. >> he was a monster, right? what he did was -- i don't want anybody else to go through it as a parent. >> josephson's funeral will be held at noon in the wake of her death. south carolina lawmakers planning legislation to require ride share vehicles to display lighted signs. we remind all of you, your ride sharing app includes a license plate number, make of car and the driver. >> she thought she was waiting for a black chevy impala. that's the make of the car that
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picked her up. her father said she had no chance, she was trapped in there. 43 minutes past the hour. hidden cameras caught several people in delivery rooms. why they were installed in the first place. [♪] [♪]
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all right. time for business. 48 minutes past the hour. trouble for walgreens. stock dropped 13% after weak earnings and sales. they lowered the profit outlook for the rest of the year. they are facing a number of challenges, including lower prices for generic drugs. it is facing increased competition from amazon and walmart. amazon bought pill pack last year and has been hit by a crackdown from the food and drug
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administration. fda wants to meet to discuss tobacco and e-cigarettes for teens. they are selling more cigarettes to minors than anyone else. they are taking steps to boost sales. they are offering products containing cbd, the nonpsycho active ingredient of cannabis. it's not enough to get them back on track. they are down 20% this year making it the worst performing in the dow. children receiving $70 million for the murder of their father. they have been given millions of dollars worth of property and payments in monthly allowances. they could receive tens of thousands in so-called blood money. in exchange for the compensation, a source tells cnn the royal family expects no public criticism from the
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family. cia concluded the crown prince ordered the murder. a south carolina fifth grader will be laid to rest today, a week after dying in a fight at school. the funeral for the 10-year-old is being dubbed a celebration of life. the girl's parents say they do not have answers about how she died and who was involved. friday, classmates will take part in remembrance day. they will wear pink and purple, her favorite colors. a lawsuit for a hospital using hidden cameras without their consent. they were located in three delivery rooms at sharp grossmont hospital. they were recorded over 11 months beginning the summer of 2012. in the images, partially robed women and c-section procedures.
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despite worldwide condemnation, the controversial sharia law goes into effect today. we are live in hong kong. >> they have announced the newer, stricter islamic sharia
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law. he wants to see islamic teaching get stronger and insists his country system of government is global friendly. he did not directly address the criticism that's come as a result of brunei's decision and the strict sharia law, which could result in the death penalty or homosexuality. it includes the high commissioner who called on brunei to turn this around and a campaign to boycott luxury hotels owned by the government of brunei, led by george clooney. they have been talking to members of the lgbt community from brunei, some of who fled the country, others inside talking about a climate of fear,
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the idea they could be stoned to death, literally for their sexuality. the sultan insists this system of government will protect the rights of all citizens, regardless of their race or faith. dave? >> horrible. ivan watson live in hong kong, thank you. president trump taking the bizarre factor to the next level yesterday. really, you have to wonder why sometimes. why would he lie about this? he was discussing nato and germany paying more as part of the alliance. the president taking issue with germany's contribution to nato and brought up his own family history. >> my father is german, right? was german. born in a very wonderful place in germany. >> problem there, the
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president's father, fred trump was born and raised in new york. his grandparents were born in europe and later immigrated to the u.s. this is at least the fourth time president trump falsely stated where his own parents were born. >> why? why? why? what's wrong with new york? let's get a check on cnn business. global markets are higher. hopes the u.s. and china are close to an agreement. 90% of the deal is done. another round of talks start today in d.c. on wall street, futures are up a bit right now, about 100 points. the dough closed. wa wall greens cut their profit point for the year. nasdaq ended up a bit. the dow closed at the highest level since october, 3% away from record highs. did you get your avengers
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