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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 points. >> the plan of hers for everything working out on
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campaign messages. tonight's lineup includes warren, senator sanders, and the major of south bend, indiana, pete buttigieg. warren declined a chance to criticize sanders ahead of the debate. >> 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 a future in this country. that's 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 make it work for everyone. >> sanders spent part of the day before the debate doing a bit of unorthodox debate prep with cardi b shooting a campaign video. he spoke exclusively to cnn about it afterward. >> what cardi b does is not only is she an enormously popular
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entertainer but she's speaking to young people about the important issues that are on their minds. i applaud that very much. >> so much of what she does goes viral. smart move by bernie sanders. pete buttigieg was asked by cnn's chris cuomo about how he'll convey he has the nerve to take on president trump. listen to this. >> i'm not scared of this president. i mean, this is a guy who is working on season 7 of "celebrity apprentice" when i was driving armored vehicles outside the wire in afghanistan. i'm not afraid to take him on. >> sharp attack from the mayor of south bend. two big nights of democratic presidential debates. ten candidates each night starting at 8:00 p.m. tonight, live from detroit here only on cnn. one of the biggest data breaches ever. another one, folks. a hacker gained access to more than 100 million capital one customer accounts and credit card applications. paige thompson is accused of breaking in and gaining access to kansas numbers, 1 million
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canadian social insurance numbers, 80,000 bank account numbers. she accessed an undisclosed number of names, addresses, credit scores, credit limits, balances. according to the department of justice, thompson had worked as a tech company software engineer for the cloud hosting company capital one was using. the hack happened march 22nd and 23rd. it's fixed the vulnerability, adding, 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, 33 years old, was arrested monday in connection with the breach. her attorney could not be immediately reached for comment. capital one said it'll notify you if you were affected by the breach, and it'll make free credit monitoring and identity protection available. how many times have you gotten this offer? this is the third time. the bank is investigating the
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incide incident. we're learning more about the three people who died in sunday's shooting rampage. trevor erby was a 2017 college graduate in central new york. the 25-year-old moved to california to be with his fiance. another victim, salazar, a 13-year-old from san jose. the youngest victim, 6-year-old steven romero, was playing in the bounce house with his mother and grandmother when all three of them were shot. his father, alberto, said he got a panicked call from his wife and raced to the hospital. >> i couldn't believe what was happening. i thought what she was saying was a lie, maybe i was dreaming. they told me he was in critical condition, that they were working on him. five minutes later, they told me that he was dead. >> romero's life and mother-in-law, fortunately, both survived their injuries. >> police say the 19-year-old gunman who opened fire at the
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garlic festival created an instagram account days before the shooting and posted messages before the attack. one quoted a book from the late 1800s that says, white men must rule over those of color. our josh campbell has the latest on this information from gilroy, california. >> reporter: christine and boris, another incident of mass violence in the united states. this one in gilroy, california. we're told by authorities on sunday afternoon, a 19-year-old local resident made his way to the grounds behind me, the site of an annual festival four decades old. officers tell us using a tool, the suspect cut through the fence, bypassing security protocols 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 life of his own, to include two children. now, this remains an ongoing investigation. there are many threats here, to include the weaponry. we're told by officials this was an ak-47 style rifle, which
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we've seen in a number of incidents in the united states involving the mass loss of life. we're told the weapon was purchased legally in nearby nevada and then brought here to california. one other threat officers are looking at is whether this person had any assistance. there were witness accounts that perhaps there was an accomplice. that is something that officers continue to run down as we speak. finally, we're hearing from the fbi that they are surging resources from around the country to this location to assist with this informativesti. specifically, they're bringing in specialists to assist those who may have been impacted as well as forensic examiners. a large plot of territory they have to comb over to find spent rounds, look for evidence to track the shooter and his movements on the day of the atta attack. multi-investigation continues even as the citizens of this community continue to grieve on the tragedy that struck them here sunday afternoon. >> thanks for that, josh. u.s. weapons will continue to flow to saudi arabia and the
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united arab emirates. the senate failed to override president trump's veto of resolutions, banning sales to the saudis and u sarae. it passed congress with unanimous support. the white house needed to deter what it called iran's malign influence in the middle east. in addition to targeting the baltimore congressman elijah cummings and his district, the president is also calling al sharpton and bernie sanders racists. republican congressman mark meadows was accused of being racist earlier, and cummings came to his defense. this time, meadows was cautious with his words. more from pamela brown. >> reporter: president trump is expanding his attacks against baltimore congressman cummings
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to include al sharpton and even bernie sanders. president trump saying the district is rat infested and no place any human would want to live. cummings saying he goes to his district in baltimore every day and fights for his constituents. cummings recently subpoenaed frump trump's family and come paplain about his handling of the border crisis. the put went after al sharpton saying, next, reverend al will complain and protest. he is just a con man at work. sharpton was quick to fire back, if he was a con man, he'd be nominating him for his cabinet. amid the criticism of the president's attacks on cummings that they were racist, president trump used bernie sanders' description of baltimore to defend himself. tweeting, crazy bernie sanders e equated the city of baltimore with a third-world country. based on that statement, bernie must be labeled a statement.
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this is the second time in recent weeks the president used the word "infested" in connection with a person of color. the president said four minority congresswomen should go back to the crime-invested countries they came from. the cabinet secretary said the word has nothing to do with lat tweets are putting people in a tough spot. meadows, who was close with president trump and cummings, said he doesn't believe either man is a racist. back to you. >> thanks for that, pamela. president trump signing into law a bill for the permanent extension of the 9/11 victims compensation fund. the measure was passed by the house and senate. the president was joined by first responders and surviving family members. while he was addressing the assembled heros, he mentioned his own role in the 9/11 response effort. listen. >> i was down there also.
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i'm not considering myself a first responder, but i was down there. i spent a lot of time down there with you. >> the comments were reminiscent of previous no evidence claims the president had made concerning 9/11. that includes stating during the 2016 campaign that he helped a little to clear the rubble. he claimed after the attacks he had people working for him to clear the rubble, that he saw muslims celebrating on rooftops. quite a list of dubious claims made by the president about september 11th. ten minutes past the hour. a leaked photo has led to a new investigation involving two american teens arrested in italy, accused of murdering a police officer. a live report from rome next. >> announcer: "early start" brought to you by pfizer. it's tough to quit smoking cold turkey. so chantix can help you quit slow turkey. along with support,
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him 11 times with a knife, brought into the country from the united states. the police say the stabbing was the result of a drug deal gone awry. officer rega was buried in his hometown in naples in the same church he was married less than two months ago. a photograph of one of the teen suspects shows him blindfolded while in custody. this photograph leaked to the press raising concerns about how italian police handled the arrest. we go live to rome, tracking the latest developments. teens are saying this was an act of self-defense. >> reporter: that's right. behind me is one of the main police officers. in half an hour, they're going to start a press conference. it will be the first official word we've had about these events. up to this point, it's been piecemeal. one of the things we're expected to hear a lot about is what that interrogation entailed. as you mentioned, the photo of the suspect blindfolded has caused a lot of concern. the police tell us they have
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identified who put the blindfold on that suspect, and he has been put on administrative leave. one of the things that's most important about this press conference today, i think, is going to be the murder weapon. they're prepared to describe it. we've seen the document they're going to be presenting. it is a 7-inch military style knife. the police tell us finnegan elder said it was his and he brought it into the country. this is a knife that police tell us was used in the fatal stabbing of this police officer. one of the other things that is going to be of utmost importance is whether or not the young americans knew these were police officers. we know they were undercover. the police say they identified themselves to the young men. it is not clear if those american english-speaking suspects would have known it was a police officer. everyone in italy does. it is unclear if they would know. two police officers. the surviving police officer said they did identify
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the u.s. soccer federation is pushing back on the women's team as they fight for equal pay. >> coy wire has more on this morning's bleacher report. hey, coy. >> morning, christine and boris. the president of u.s. soccer releasing an open letter yesterday, claiming the world championship women's national team has actually been paid more than the men's team. the letter argues that the federation paid about $34 million in salary and game bonuses to the women over the past eight years, compared to $26 million for the men. u.s. soccer pays the pro league salaries for the women, while the men are paid by their individual teams. a spokesperson for the u.s.
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women's national team players says the figures are misleading. she called it a, quote, sad attempt to quell the overwhelming support the team has received from everyone, from fans, sponsors, to the united states congress, end quote. the controversy over last year's nfc game refuses to go away. a judge ordering three officials from the game and nfl commissioner roger goodell to be questioned under oath about the mis-call against the rams that potentially cost the saints a chance to play in the super bowl. a louisiana attorney filed a fraud suit over the game and is seeking $75,000 in damages to be donated to charity. the nfl apologized to the saints right after the game. since then, the rules have been changed to allow for instant replay of pass interference starting this season. former red sox star david ortiz makes his first public comment since he was shot seven weeks ago in his native
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dominican republic. he was released from a boston hospital friday after being three operations since being shot in the back at a nightclub. police say the shooting was part of an alleged assassination plot against another plan. in a statement, he called the doctors and those who treated him, quote, some of the best teammates i have ever had, unquote. he also said he's feeling good and he'll approach his rehab like he did when recovering from injuries playing baseball. he went on to say, quote, big papi will be back soon. finally, some levity for you. 24 competitors declaring thumb war at the world thumb wrestling championships in england. >> yeah! >> the 11th annual championships for the thumb-to-thumb combat sport taking place over the weekend. >> this is amazing. >> pin your opponent to the wooden mat of the ring.
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one wrestler said they have ridgio ridgeo rigorous training. push-ups on your thumb. janet won the women's final, while her son-in-law won the men's title for the fourth year in a row. with the democratic debates happening on our air tonight, christine, boris, i'm thinking this could add a totally new dynamic in the race to see who will be the democratic nominee. >> one, two, three, four. come on. i think i missed my calling in life. >> oh, my gosh. i needed that today. thank you. 26 minutes past the hour. bernie sanders and elizabeth warren will stand side by side, no thumb war, on stage in the cnn debate. we'll hear from both of them just ahead. over 90% of americans agree that we should have
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the first ten democrats take the stage to face off tonight. plus, the 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. plus, capital one hacked. 100 million credit card applications and accounts compromised in one of the biggest data breaches ever. welcome back to "early start." i'm boris sanchez in for dave briggs. >> i'm christine romance. nice to see you. 31 minutes past the hour this tuesday morning. it's just hours to go until the start of cnn's debates. clashes among two fields of ten presidential candidates. each clashes that could reshape the democratic race. on the eve of the debates, joe biden is bouncing back to 34%, roughly his share before the first debate. biden has done it almost entirely at the expense of kamala harris, who pulled to a statistical tie with the former vice president after the early debate. president trump injecting race
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and racism into the campaign as never before. note, biden has 53% among black democrats, more than twice the share of all other candidates combined. when asked who has the best policy ideas, they picked senator elizabeth warren over biden by five points. >> messaging about having a plan for everything clearly paying off. tonight's lineup includes three of the front runners, senators warren, senator bernie sanders, and the mayor of south bend, indiana, pete buttigieg. yesterday, warren declined an opportunity to criticize her colleague, 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 a future in this country. and that's 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 make it work for everyone. >> we'll see if the friendly tone sticks tonight. sanders, meantime, had a bit of
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unorthodox debate prep. he spent the day before the event teaming up with rap artist cardi b to shoot a campaign video. he talked exclusively with cnn about it afterward. >> what cardi b does, not only is she an enormously popular entertainer, what she is doing is speaking to young people about the important issues that are on their minds, and i applause that very much. >> meantime, mayor pete with a sharp attack against president trump. he spoke to chris cuomo last night and believes he has the nerve to take on president trump. listen. >> i'm in the scared of this president. i mean, this is a guy who was working on season 7 of "celebrity apprentice" when i was driving armored vehicles outside the wire in afghanistan. i'm not afraid to take him on. >> a different kind of toughness from mayor pete. >> let's bring in cnn politics digital director. you have a great piece, so we'll
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tweet it out so make sure everyone reads it. who has to stand out tonight? you say there could be some desperate measures here. you have ten tonight, ten tomorrow. everyone thinks they have to break through. >> yeah, this is kind of the last opportunity for this massive field, people at the periphery, to make a mark before democrats call their herd next month with the next debate. so this is their opportunity sort of at the fringes of the debate. in the middle, i think that, you know, between sanders and war n warren, everybody is saying they won't attack each other, but they need to find a way to distinguish themselves. right now, they're sort of splitting that progressive vote. if anybody is going to take on joe biden or whoever ultimately takes up the sort of center lane hasn't mantle, they have to figure out who it is going to be. >> talking about distinguishing themselves, we've seen different
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approaches to this. senator bernie sanders talking about medicare for all, against senator harris' what he called medicare for all light. listen to what the senator said about her plan. >> i like kamela. she's a friend of mine. but it is not medicare for all. it is medicare for all people as soon as possible. we think four years is as long as it should be, not ten years. that's one of the reasons i disagree with senator harris. >> so there is a question right now within the democratic party about pragmatism versus trying to hit the home run and get everything you want on health care. there is another element to this, and that's president trump, beating president trump. >> yeah. >> which of these approaches do you think we'll see more of tonight? which is ultimately more successful? having a candidate who goes out and outlines their plans or having somebody who goes out and will challenge this president? >> i have to tell yeah, i think
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everybody after that completely disastrous first debate performance by joe biden has been a little surprised to see him rebound in polling in the way he has. i think that suggests that electability is going to continue to be the top question for a lot of democrats. on the other hand, you know, a hot of progressives see this as their opportunity to kind of get some big ideas into the political conversation. on the debate stage tonight with, you know, warren and sanders kind of squaring off, they'll also have a bunch more moderate people around them, you know. beto o'rourke, who has cratered but, you know, could have a moment here. mayor pete buttigieg, you know, and some others. we'll sort of see a good contrast between the middle lanes and progressivism tonight. >> it's interesting as the president has injected race into the debate so much for the 2020 race, when you look at the quinnipiac polling, biden has 53% among black democratic
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voters. how important is name recknism a and electability? the conversation gets uglier. >> name recognition is the single top thing. getting name recognition is the top thing. biden still has it. after the first debate, a lot of people are still meeting these candidates. when he faces off with cory booker on one side and kamala harris on the other, we could see more about race. interesting to see if that means some of the support, particularly under black democrats, falls away. i don't think we should overlook the electability issue for minority voters. may be more so than for the democratic party as a whole. they might want trump gone more than anyone as opposed to voting for somebody, you know, who
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shares atry put rtributes with >> digging in on president trump and race, you had a great piece which christine mentioned we'll tweet out so folks can read. it is how you believe president trump is using race and stoking racial animus as a strategy for 2020. we can look at the tweets he sent yesterday about representative elijah cummings and about al sharpton and even bernie sanders, calling them all racists. i do have to ask though, because the perspective i've gotten from folks in the white house, in speaking to them, is that the media is projecting a lot of sophistication to president trump's tweets that maybe isn't there. >> strategy you mean. like the actual strategy. >> they don't think he's thought through the attacks and he is simply watching fox news and sort of living us his instinctual response. do you get that sense, that this is impulsive, or this is sort of 3d chess, as sometimes suggested? >> i don't think there is a checklist that he says, okay, today, let's g afteo after elij
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cummings in baltimore and let's go after the progressive women lawmakers tomorrow, check. i don't think there is strategy to that level, but certainly, you see in his tweets, a desire to go against people who don't look like him and who look like a lot of democrats, and to vilify places and to use language about places that stokes up his base. i don't think it is sophisticated in that he is saying, okay, here's what i'm going to do, this, this, and thr this, but you see his impulsivity creating a storyline that helps him sort of stir the pot with his base. >> doesn't it almost feel like listening to sports radio or talk radio, where you're kind of free-wheeling with ideas and jokes and insults? i mean, in a strange way, it is 1600 pennsylvania avenue, and it feels kind of like a sports radio broadcast. >> yeah. and that impulsiveness gets him a lot of attention. we know he likes that.
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he sees the energy it gives his crowd. certainly something to keep watching for as we get closer to 2020. thanks. two big nights of cnn democratic presidential debates. ten candidates each night. starting at 8:00 p.m. tonight. live from deprotroit only on cn a hacker gained access to more than 100 million capital one customer accounts and credit card applications. 100 million. 33-year-old paige thompson is accused of breaking into a capital one server and gaining access to, specifically, 140,000 social security numbers, 1 million canadian social insurance numbers, 80,000 bank account numbers. she accessed an undisclosed number of names, addresses, credit scores, credit limits, balances, all that information. according to the department of justice, she worked as a tech software engineer for the cloud hosting company that capital one was using.
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capital one say the hack happened march 22nd and 23rd and it's fixed the vulnerability. the largest category accessed was credit card applications from 2005 to early 2019. no credit card numbers or compr. thompson was arrested monday. her attorney couldn't be reached for comment. capital one says it'll notify you if you were affected by the breach and make free credit monitoring available. the bank is still investigating this incident. personally, i think i've had four or five offers of free credit monitoring at this point over the past few years. >> i've been impacted by several of these. feels there are more companies i have been impacted at this point. >> equifax, there is a settlement, and everyone is complaining you have to give personal information to qualify for the settlement. >> if you take the cash, you can't legally go after them afterward. moving on, italian prosecutors getting ready to breathe the media minutes from now.
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we're learning more this morning about the three people who died in sunday's shooting rampage at the gilroy garlic festival. trevor irby was a 2017 graduate from a college in central new york. his family said the 25-year-old moved to california to be with his fiance. another victim was keyla salazar, a 13-year-old from san jose. the youngest victim was 6-year-old stephen romero, who was playing in a bounce house with his mother and grandmother when all three of them were shot. his father, alberto romero, said he got a panicked call from his wife and then raced off to the hospital. >> couldn't believe what was happening. thought what she was saying was a lie. maybe i was dreaming. they told me he was in critical
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condition, that they were working on him. five minutes later, they told me that he was dead. >> romero's wife and mother-in-law survived their injuries. >> the 19-year-old gunman there created an instagram account days before the shooting and posted two messages shortly before the attack. one of the messages 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 from gilroy, california. >> reporter: another week, another incident of mass violence in the united states. this taking place in gilroy, california. we're told by authorities that sunday afternoon, a 19-year-old local resident made his way to the grounds behind me. this was a 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, bypassing 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.
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he was killed but not before taking life of his own, to include two children. this remains an ongoing investigation. there are many threats to include the weaponry. we're told by officials this was an ak-47 style rifle, which we've seen in a number of incidents in the united states involving the mass loss of life. we're told the weapon was purchased legally in nevada and brought to california. one other threat officers are looking at is whether this person had any assistance. there were witness accounts that perhaps there was an accomplice. that is something officers continue to run down as we speak. 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're 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 oft territory they have to go through and comb over to find spent rounds, look for evidence they can use to track the shooter and his movements on the day of the attack.
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the investigation koncontinues the citizens grieve the tragedy that struck them here. >> thanks for that. american tourists accused of killing an italian police officer allegedly stabbed him 11 times with a knife brought into italy from the united states. police say it was the result of a drug deal gone awry. officer mario rega was buried in his hometown in naples in the same church he was married less than two months ago. a photograph of one of the teen suspects shows him blindfolded while in custody, and that is raising questions about how italian police have handled their arrests. we go live to rome, tracking the latest developments. we're set to hear from some of the prosecutors shortly. >> reporter: that's right. we're waiting for a briefing to start, and this will be the first official word from the carabinieri police. two of the things we're going to be listening for in this police
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report, our description of the knife. we understand it was a 7-inch military style knife. the police have told us that finnegan elder, one of the suspects, the 19-year-old, said it belonged to him when it was shown to him during the interrogation. the other thing that is vitally important is whether or not the american suspects knew that they were being confronted by police officers. they say they do not. the police say they identified themselves as carabinieri, which is an arm of the police here. it is unclear whether the americans knew they were police officers. the more thamericans, according investigation so far, thought they were being jumped or attacked in some way by drug dealers. those are the things we're listening for, boris. >> live from rome, thank you. let's get a check on cnn business. first, a look at global markets. asian stocks closed slightly higher. investors waiting for clues on key rate decisions from the bank of japan and the federal reserve. progre
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progress, if there is any, on the u.s./china talks beginning in shanghai. wall street struggling to find direction ahead of the fed's the two-day meeting starting today. s&p and nasdaq down a bit after records on friday. again, all eyes on the federal reserve. the central bank kicks off the meeting today. it decision on rates will come tomorrow afternoon. if the fed cuts interest rates, it'll push down borrowing costs and rates on credit cards and other loans. general motor's 78-year-old plant in michigan is halting production. it is 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 unoallocated meaning it is not completely shutting down but isn't producing anything else once it is done with the opportunity transmissions. 60 workers have been transferred to other plants in the u.s. and 25 are retiring.
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we'll do it all again the third week of september. >> my favorite. >> i don't know about you, but i think bud is going to have a great debate tonight. >> thanks for joining us. i'm christine romance. >> i'm boris sanchez. "new day" live from detroit starts right now. about our vision for america. >> the scene is set for the democratic presidential debates. >> it's not just a political campaign. we are engaged in a political revolution. president trump expanding his attacks against cummings. >> the president is combative with anybody who attacks him. he fights back. >> enough is enough. people are fed up with this kind of nonsense. >> this is "new day" with alisyn camerota and john berman. welcome to our viewers in the united states and all around the world. this is a special edition of "new day." it is debate day.
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