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final count down to the cnn debate, first ten democrats take the stage to faceoff tonight. and search for answers after the gilroy shooting. what investigators know about the alleged gunman. new details on two american teens arrested in italy. detectives trace the knife they say was used to kill a police officer. police kapcapital one hacke 100 million accounts compromised and one of the biggest data breaches ever. welcome to our you viewers around the world. this is "early start." i'm boris sanchez. >> and i'm christine romans.
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it is 4:00 a.m. in new york, 10:00 a.m. in rome. just hours until the start of the debates among ten presidential candidates each that could reshape the democratic race. new polling shows joe biden bouncing back to 34%. roughly his share before the first debate. biden has done it almost entirely at the expense of kamala harris who had pull food food -- pulled to a statistical tie. and with rpresident trump injecting race into the campaign, biden has 53% among black democrats. but when democrats were asked who has the best policy ideas, it was senator elizabeth warren over biden by five points. >> tonight's lineup includes three of the frontrunners. warren, bernie sanders and the mayor of south bend pete
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buttigieg. yesterday warren declined a chance to criticize bernie sanders ahead of the debate. listen. >> bernie and i have been friends forever. we all have a chance to talk about our vision for america, to talk about our plans for america. to talk about how we see building the future in this country. and that is what i'm going to do. i'm going to talk about my plans to make this america work, not just for those ted ton but everyone. >> we'll see if the friendly tone continues tonight. senator sanders spent part of the day teaming up with cardi b to shoot a campaign video. i talked to cnn about that afterwards. what cardi b does is not only is she enormously popular entertainer, what she's doing is speaking to young people about the important issues that are on their minds. and i applaud that very much. >> we also heard from pete
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buttigieg, he was talking to chris cuomo about how he will convey that he has the nerve to take on president trump. >> i'm not scared of this president. this is a guy working on season seven of celebrity apprentice when i was driving armored vehicles in afghanistan. i'm not afraid to take him on that about. >> two big nights of debates starting at 8:00 p.m. tonight, live from detroit, right here only on cnn. and one of the biggest data breaches ever, a hacker gained access to more than 100 million capital one customers' accounts and credit card applications. page thompson is accused of breaking into a capital one server, gaining access to 140,000 social security numbers, a million canadian social insurance numbers and 80,000 bank account numbers. she also accessed names, addresses, credit scores, balances and other information
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according to the department of justice. according to authorities she had worked as a tech company software engineer for the cloud hosting company capital one was using. capital one said the hack happened march 22 and 23 and it fixed the vulnerability adding that the largest category of information accessed was credit card applications from 2005 through early 2019. the bank said no credit card numbers or log-in credentials were compromised. thompson was arrested monday in connection with the breach. her attorney could not immediately be reached for comment. capital one says it will notify you if you are affected and will make free credit monitoring and identity protection available. the bank still investigating this incident. we're learning more this morning about the three people who died in sunday's shooting rampage at the gilroy garlic festival. trevor was a graduate of cuga cling. the 25 yald mo-year-old moved t
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california to be with his fiance. the 13-year-old was san jose. and the youngest victim stephen romero was playing in bounce house when he was shot. his father says he got a panicked call from his wife and raised to the hospital. >> couldn't believe it was happening. they told me he was in critical condition, that they were working on him, and then five minutes later they told me that he was dead. >> romero's wife and mother-in-law both survived their injuries. police say the 19-year-old gunman who opened fire there created an instagram account and posted two messages shortly before the attack, one quoted a book from the late 1800s that says white men must rule over those of color. josh campbell has the latest on the investigation.
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>> reporter: another incident of mass violence here in the united states. this one taking place here in gilroy, california. we're told by authorities that on sunday afternoon a 19-year-old local resident made his way to the grounds behind me, this was the sight of an annual festival some four decades old. officers telling us that using a tool the suspect was able to cut his way through you a fence, by passing security protocols that were in place. once inside, he opened fire. he was quickly engaged by law enforcement officers within the span of one minute he was killed, but not before taking the lives of three including two children. and we're told by fibls that th officials, this was an ak-47 style rifle which we've seen in a number of incidents. we're told that the weapon was purchased legally in nevada and then brought here into california. one other threat officers are looking at is whether this person had any assistance. there were accounts that perhaps there was an accomplice.
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so officers continue to run that down. and finally we're hearing from the fbi that they are surging resources from around the country to this location to assist with this investigation. specifically we're told they are bringing in victim specialists to assist with those who may have been impacted as well as forensic examiners. we're told this is a massive crime scene behind us, a large plot of territory that they have to comb over in order to find spent rounds to track the shooter and his movements. again a multiinvestigation continues even as the citizens continue to grieve on the tragedy that struck them here sunday afternoon. u.s. arms will continue he flowing to saudi arabia a. the senate failed to override president trump's veto of resolutions banning sales. the resolution initially passed congress with bipartisan support. override vote comes two months after they bypassed congress and
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expedited billions in arm sales. asylum claims for some immigrants will be harder to make by a new decision by william barr. he is moving to end them based solely to having relatives who were persecuted. barr overturned a 2018 justice department ruling that says a mexican migrant foos father was targeted could be eligible for asylum. president trump has south to restrict access to asylum which the administration views as a making ne magnet drawing migrants north. and now in addition to targeting and accusing elijah cummings and his district, the president is also calling al sharpton and bernie sanders racists. one republican congressman mark meadows was accused of being a racist earlier and consuummingse to his defense.
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meadows was slow to return the favor. we get more from pamela brown. >> reporter: good morning. president trump is expanding his attacks against congressman cummings to include activist al sharpton and enbernie sanders. trump tweeting that his district is rat infested and a place no human would want to live. cummings says he goes to his district every day and fights for his constituents. cummings recently subpoenaed trump's family. trump also went after reverend al sharpton for supporting cummings saying next reverend al will show up to complain and protest adding sharp ton is just a con man at work sharp ton fired back that he was if con man, he'd be nominating him for his cabinet. president trump used bernie sanders to defend himself against those accusations
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tweeting crazy bernie sanders recently equated the city of baltimore to a third world country. based on that statement, i assume bernie must now be labeled a racist. the chief of staff defended his boss saying he is not a racist, but this is the second time in recent weeks that the president used the word infested in connection with a pen of color. just recently the president said four minority congress women should go back to the crime infested countries where they came from. and this putting some of the president's allies in a tough spot namely congressman mark meadows who was close with both president trump and congress ma'am consumi man cummings. he says he doesn't believe either man is racist. >> welcome to 2020. thank you so many, pamela brown. president trump signing a law into the bill for the permanent extension of the victims compensation fund, it was passed by both the house and senate. the president was joined at the
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white house ceremony monday by first responders and surviving family members. while addressing the heros, he could not help but mention his role in the 9/11 response effort. >> i was down there also. but i'm not considering myself a first responder, but i spent a lot of time down there with you. >> the comments were reminisce event of previous no evidence claims the president has made concerning 9/11. remember during the 2016 election campaign, he said he helped a bit to clear the rubble. >> and that he saw muslims celebrating too. >> and also to say that he now had the tallest building. a leaked photo has led to a new investigation involving two american teens arrested in italy. we have a live report from rome next. y hello to neuriva, a new brain supplement with clinically proven ingredients that fuel five indicators of brain performance: focus, accuracy, memory, learning, and concentration.
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face-to-face trade talks are back on between the u.s. and china. senior trump administration officials are in shanghai. but expectations are said to be low. a source familiar with the plan telling cnn officials have been talking by phone since president trump and president xi jinping agreed to a truce last month in tokyo. an italia police officer allegedly killed by two american teen tourists was stabbed with a knife. he was buried monday and the
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funeral was in the same church where he was mayrijuanyorijuany two weeks ago. there are questions about how police are handling the arrests. barbie, is it incal for suspects to be held blindfolded? >> reporter: no, it is not and police have opened up an internal investigation and they have identified who put the blind fold on that suspect and they put him on administrative duty. they are more concerned though with who leaked the photo. in a couple hours we'll have the first official briefing by the police whose officer was involved in the fatal stabbing and we're getting some of the details including the knife. the knife is about a 7 inch military style weapon the police tell us and this officer was according to the police who have
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been dictating the narrative of this was stabbed in a very military style. that is the terminology that they are using. we are position hearing though in the investigative document that the police officers that were working undercover identified themselves as police officers and it seems unclear based on what the americans are saying that they understood that they were police. part of their defense is that they thought they were just people coming after them, that is their line of defense. the police of course tell a different side of the story, that they identified themselves and that the young men acted aggressively. >> one of the young men saying that he felt like he was being choked, that this was all self-defense. still the officer was stabbed 11 times. thanks so much. service temporarily shut down on two busy subway lines in hong kong when anti-government protestors blocked trains. they were committed of
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final countdown to the cnn debate, the first ten democrats take the stage to faceoff tonight. and the search for answers after the gilroy shooting. what investigators though about the alleged gunman. new details on two american teens arrested in italy, detectives traced the knife that they say was used to kill a police officer. plus capital one hacked. 100 million credit card applications and accounts compromised in one of the busiest data breaches ever. welcome back to early start. i'm boris sanchez. >> almost like you get immune to all of the data hacks, this one really big.
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i'm christine romans. 30 minutes past the hour here in new york. and let's begin with the debates, just hours to go until the start of the debates, clashes among two fields of ten presidential candidates each that could reshape the democratic race. on the eve of the debates, new polling shows joe biden bouncing back to 34% roughly his hair befo -- share before the first debate. kamala harris had pulled to a statistical tie with the former vice president. and with president trump now injecting race and racism into the campaign as never before, biden has 53% among black democrats more than twice the share of all other candidates combined. but you when democrats were asked who has the best policy ideas, they picked senator elizabeth warren over biden by five points. >> her message clearly paying off. tonight includes senators warren, bernie sanders and pete buttigieg. yesterday warren declined a
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chance to criticize sanders ahead of the debate. listen. >> bernie and i have been friends forever. we all have a chance to talk about our vision for america, to talk about our plans for america, to talk about how we see building the future in this country. and that is what i'm going to do. i'm going to talk about my plans to make this america work, not just for a thin slice at the top but for everyone. >> senator sanders meantime with a bit of what you can call unorthodox campaign prep. he spent part of the day teaming up with cardi b to shoot a campaign video. he spoke exclusively to cnn before it afterwards. >> what cardi b does is not only does she -- is she enormously popular entertainer, what she's doing is speaking to young people about the important issues that are on their minds. and i applaud that very much. >> meantime mayor pete was making some news on cnn speaking
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to chris cuomo about how he has the nerve to take on president trump. listen to what he said. >> i'm not scared of this president. this is a guy who was working on season seven of celebrity apprentice when i was driving armored vehicles in afghanistan. i'm not afraid to take him on. >> quite a distinction there. going to be two big nights of the presidential debates. ten candidates each night starting at 8:00 p.m. tonight. maryann williamson, who knows what she will say about new zealand's prime minister. it is live from detroit right here only on cnn. now to this, in one of the biggest data breaches ever, a hacker gained access to more than 100 million capital one account and credit card applications. page thomas is accused of gaining the access. she accessed an undisclosed number of names, addresses,
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credit scores, credit limits, balances and other information. according to the department of justice, she had worked as a tech company software engineer for the cloud hosting company that capital one was using. capital one says the hack happened march 22 and 23. it found the vulnerability and fixed it adding that the largest category accessed was credit card applications from 2005 through early 2019. the bank says no credit card numbers or log-in credentials were compromised. thompson was arrested monday in connection with the breach. her attorney could not be immediately reached for comment. capital one says that it will notify people affected by the breach and will make free credit monitoring and identity protection available. the bank is still investigating the incident. we're learning more about the three people who died in sunday's shooting rampage. trevor was a 2017 graduate of college in central new york. his family says that the 25-year-old moved to california to be with his fiance.
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and another victim was kayla a 13-year-old from san jose. and the youngest was 6-year-old stephen romero, he was playing in a bounce house with his mother and grandmother when all three were shot. his father says that he got aen paiced call from his wife and he raced off to the hospital. >> couldn't believe it was happening. that what she was saying was a lie. they told me he was in critical condition, that they were working on him. and five minutes later, they told me that he was dead. >> his wife and mother-in-law both survived their injuries. >> police say the 19-year-old gunman created an instagram account days before the shooting and posted two messages before the attack, one quoting a book from the late 1800s, a book that says white men must rule over those of color. josh campbell has the latest on the investigation from gilgilro
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california. >> reporter: another incident of mass violence here in the united states. this one taking place here in gilroy, california. we're told by authorities that on sunday afternoon a 19-year-old local resident made his way to the grounds behind me, this was the site of an annual festival some four decades old. officers telling us that using a tool the suspect was able to cut his way through a fence, by passing security protocols that were in place. once inside, he opened fire. he was quickly engaged by law enforcement officers within the span of one minute he was killed, but not before taking the lives of three including two children. and we're told by officials, this was an ak-47 style rifle which we've seen in a number of incidents. we're told that the weapon was purchased legally in nevada and then brought here into california. one other threat officers are looking at is whether this person had any assistance. there were accounts that perhaps there was an accomplice. so officers continue to run that down.
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and finally we're hearing from the fbi that they are surging resources from around the country to this location to assist with this investigation. specifically we're told they are bringing in victim specialists to assist with those who may have been impacted as well as forensic examiners. we're told this is a massive crime scene behind us, a large plot of territory that they have to comb over in order to find spent rounds to track the shooter and his movements. again a multi-investigation continues even as the citizens continue to grieve on the tragedy that struck them here sunday afternoon. christine and were ris. boris. >> weapons from the united states will continue to flow to the. [ inaudible question ] and united arab emirates. the senate failed to override president trump's veto of resolutions banning the arm sales. the resolution initially passed congress with bipartisan support. override vote comes two months after they bypassed congress and
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expedited billions in arm sales. the white house said it needed to deter what it called iran's mama lined influence. asylum claims for some immigrants will be harder to make by a new decision by william barr. he is moving to end them based solely to having relatives who were persecuted. barr overturned a 2018 justice department ruling that says a mexican migrant father was targeted could be eligible for asylum. president trump has sought to restrict access to asylum which the administration views as a magnet drawing migrants north. and now in addition to targeting and accusing elijah cummings and his district, the president is also calling al sharpton and bernie sanders racists. one republican congressman mark meadows was accused of being a racist earlier and cummings came to his defense.
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meadows was slow to return the favor. we get more from pamela brown. >> reporter: good morning. president trump is expanding his attacks against congressman cummings to include activist al sharpton and even bernie sanders. trump tweeting that his district is rat infested and a place no human would want to live. cummings says he goes to his district every day and fights for his constituents. cummings recently subpoenaed trump's family. trump also went after reverend al sharpton for supporting cummings saying next reverend al will show up to complain and protest adding sharpton is just a con man at work. sharpton fired back that he was if con man, he'd be nominating him for his cabinet. president trump used bernie sanders to defend himself
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against those accusations tweeting crazy bernie sanders recently equated the city of baltimore to a third world country. based on that statement, i assume bernie must now be labeled a racist. the chief of staff defended his boss saying he is not a racist, but this is the second time in recent weeks that the president used the word infested in connection with a person of color. just recently the president said four minority congresswomen should go back to the crime infested countries where they came from. and this putting some of the president's allies in a tough spot namely congressman mark meadows who was close with both president trump and congressman cummings. he says he doesn't believe either man is racist. back to you. all right. thank you for that. president trump signing into law a bill for the permanent extension of the 9/11 victims compensation fund. it was passed overwhelmingly by
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both the house and senate. the president was joined at the white house ceremony monday by first responders and surviving family members. while addressing the heros, he could not help but mention his role in the 9/11 response effort. >> i was down there also. but i'm not considering myself a first responder, but i spent a lot of time down there with you. >> the comments were reminiscent of previous no evidence claims the president has made concerning 9/11. remember during the 2016 election campaign, he said he helped a bit to clear the rubble. he also said that he saw people on rooftops -- >> muslims celebrating, yeah. >> celebrating the fall of the towers. and on a radio show shortly after, he said now he had the highest building in manhattan. a leaked photo has lead to a new investigation involving two american teens arrested in italy. we have a live report from rome next. yeah, yeah! when accidents happen,
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face-to-face talks, trade talks, back on between the u.s. and china. senior trump administration officials are in shanghai to resume negotiations. expectations for a long term fix though are said to be low. a source familiar with the plan is telling cnn officials have been talking by phone since president trump and president xi jinping agreed to that truce at last month's g-20 summit in tokyo. two teenaged american tourists accused of killing an italian police officer allegedly stabbed him 11 times with a knife they brought into the country from the united states. the officer was buried near his hometown in the same church where he was married less than two months ago. a photograph of one of the teen suspects finnegan elder shows him blindfolded and that is raising questions about how the police handled these arrests.
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ba barbie, an officer was disciplined for having blind folded the suspect? >> reporter: that's right. and when the pictures came out early sunday morning, it raised a lot of eyebrows about the treatment and alleged confession that both of the young men apparently gave to investigators. but the investigation is continuing. there are a lot of moving parts. behind me in about an hour, there will be the first official briefing by the arm of the police under which this dead officer served. and they will be telling uts quite a few details. one of them is about the knife. the knife used in this attack was a 7 inch military style knife. they are calling it a trench knife. we haven't seen a picture of that and we may get that in the press briefing. we have also not seen any photos of surveillance footage of the actual attack. but police are saying that these 11 stab wounds remain in a
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military style. but the young men when they were questioned in the beginning of this investigation said that they did not understand that they were being approached by police officers. they were undercover and the police say that they did identify themselves, but it is unclear whether these american tourists would have known what it meant. their defense certainly that they didn't. right now though we haven't had a lot of information from the defendants, we've only heard the narrative dictated by the police who lost one of their own. >> all right. thank you so much for that report. in asia, service was temporarily shut down on two of hong kong's busiest subway lines this morning when anti-government protestors blocked trains at rush hour. yesterday the chinese government accused pro democracy protestors of committing evil and criminal acts claiming that demonstrators have seriously damaged the city's reputation and stability.
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a spokesman warning to be aware of the grave nature of the current situation. he said, quote, hong kong is china's hong kong. hong kong's affairs are china's domestic affairs. those comments likely to add fuel to the fire. >> and that is why so many of those many young people are upset. warning to the candidates on tonight's cnn debate stage. it is not just what you say, it is the look on your face. more from jeanne moos next. anything! at the end of a long day, it's the last thing i want to do. well i switched to swiffer wet jet and its awesome. it's an all-in-one so it's ready to go when i am. the cleaning solution actually breaks down dirt and grime. and the pad absorbs it deep inside. so, it prevents streaks and haze better than my old mop. plus, it's safe to use on all my floors, even wood. glad i got that off my chest and the day off my floor. try wet jet with a moneyback guarantee
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word. a facial decoder told cnn's jeanne moos what to look for. >> reporter: sometimes the faces debate candidates make are debatable. who better to dissect then than the guy who wrote the book? actually, several books on facial decoding. dan hill has advice for the dems based on previous performance. >> glare and stare and full of grima grimaces. you have to come across as someone's going to occupy the white house, not burn the place down. >> reporter: he points the finger at bernie sanders. oh, yes. you, bernie. >> nothing will change! >> reporter: president george w. bush once looked so cranky during a debate that the democrats turned it into a negative ad. called it "faces of frustration." okay, not too annoyed but not too smiley either. >> the biggest thing you shouldn't do is big, cheesy
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grins like this. >> reporter: it may look like pleasant smiling to us. >> immigrants, they do not diminish america, they are america. >> reporter: but hill says it took away from amy klobuchar's gravitas. he compared to it walter mondale smiling too much when reagan joked about not exploiting -- >> my opponent's youth and inexperience. >> reporter: joe biden has plenty of experience, but our facial decoder cited hesitation. >> during the hesitation, the mouth would fall open a little bit. >> you did not raise your hand. did you raise your hand? >> no, no, i did. >> reporter: kamala harris got props for her unusual use of sadness. >> and that little girl was me. >> you really can't attack someone who's showing sadness, you're going to look like a heel. biden had no place to go emotionally. >> reporter: there's the face not physically. >> on the democratic debate stage but ever present. our facial expert says it's not so much the funny faces president trump makes but his
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signature expression. chin pushed up. a sign of disgust and sadness. >> donald trump shows the largest percentage of sadness of any president we ever had. >> reporter: so sad it makes you want to rub your eyes and blink. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> there will be 10 people on that stage. >> a lot of faces to watch. sadness with president trump. i didn't expect that. >> i see frustration. >> anger. yeah. >> right, right. a day at the beach turned into a desperate effort to save five pilot whales that beached themselves near st. petersburg, florida. wildlife agencies, deputies, and beachgoers worked together putting up tents to protect the whales and poured water on them to try to keep them cool. three of the whales were taken into deeper water in hopes they would swim back offshore. two of them were carried onshore to trucks and taken to an aquarium rehab facility for treatment. 20-year-old rapper lil nas x makes history with his breakout
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hit "old town road." ♪ yeah i'm gonna take my horse to the old town road ♪ ♪ i'm gonna ride till i can't no more ♪ >> the song featuring billy ray cyrus has the record for the longest consecutive run in the top spot on the billboard hot 100 list, 17 weeks. "old town road" surpassed 2017's "despacito" remix featuring justin bieber and "one sweet day" by mariah carey and boyz ii men, both of which lasted 16 weeks at number one. let's check cnn business this morning. first a look at global markets. asian stocks closed slightly higher. investors are waiting for clues on several big events, including rate decisions from the bank of japan and the federal reserve, as well as progress on the u.s./china trade talks. on wall street futures right now look like they're leaning slightly lower here. stocks struggled to find direction ahead of the central bank's meeting. the dow closed up just 29
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points. the s&p and nasdaq closed lower. they had record highs on friday. this is all about the fed, the federal reserve. the central bank has a two-day july meeting that starts today. its decision on interest rates comes tomorrow afternoon. if the fed cuts rates it will push down borrowing costs, rates on credit cards and other loans. a general motor 78-year-old transition plant in warren, michigan, is halting production, the plant one of five in north america gm announced would suspend operations last year. it plans to build fewer sedans as customers demand more trucks and suvs. the plant is being called unallocated, meaning it isn't completely shut down for now, instead it's no longer producing anything else once it's done with the current line of traps missions. 60 workers have transferred to other factories in the u.s., 25 are retiring. how about streaming your favorite shows in the middle of your tesla? tesla ceo elon musk took to twitter announcing the addition of netflix and youtube to tesla driver's assistance system.
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the feature only works if the car is stopped and it could be available at the end of august. musk added when sul self-driving is approved by regulators, tesla will enable video while the car is moving. he said, it's like a cool surround sound experience. you're in this cocoon of your cool car, if you're not driving, and you can watch netflix. >> as if we needed any more distractions, any more people distracted while out on the road. thank you to our international viewers for joining us. we hope you have a great rest of your day. for our u.s. viewers, "early start" continues right now. the search for answers after the gilroy shooting. when investigators know about the alleged gunman. new details on two american teens arrested in italy. detectives trace the knife they say was used to kill a police officer. plus capital one hacked. 100 million credit card
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applications and accounts compromised in one of the biggest data breaches ever. >> what's in your wallet? >> oh-oh. >> hopefully not a hacker. >> good morning, welcome to "early start." >> it is tuesday, july 30th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. it is now just hours to go until clashes among two fields of ten presidential kacandidates each that could reshape the race. new polling shows joe biden bouncing back to 34%, roughly his share before the first debate. biden has done it almost entirely at the expense of senator kamala harris, who had pulled to a statistical tie with the former vice president after the earlier debate. with president trump injecting race now and racism into the campaign as never before, biden has 53% among black democrats, more than twice the share of all candidates combined. when democrats were asked who has the best policy ideas, they picked senator warren over biden by five poin

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