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reebl spinal fluid and could play a role in development of brain disorders like alzheimer's disease so go ahead, chase life, enjoy that extra hour of sleep and that will wrap things up for sjmd. let's get the conversation going on twitter at dr. sanjay gupta. "new day sunday" continues right now with christi paul and victor blackwell. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com he targeted specifically tsa officers. his intent was very, very clear in his note. >> his target was clear, and now so is the pact the lax shooter took to carry out the mission, and what he did to make sure his victim was dead. another bad day for president obama's health care act, but this time it has nothing to do with the website. what a court ruled that could
derail a key provision of obama care. in that case, i will leave and in a few minutes oprah will be here. >> saturday night live takes on critics only as snl can. how they spooked the lack of black actresses in their own cast. hey, don't let the clock confuse you this morning. >> right. >> it's 8:00 and we're so glad to have you here. our camera is clearly confused this morning. >> that extra hour of sleep did not help the camera, i guess. >> i'm christi paul glad to have you company. >> i'm victor blackwell. this is "new day sunday". >> uh-huh and we're less than 30 minutes away from the start of the new york city marathon. 47,000 of them expected to parapate in this year's race where security is tighter than
ever. live in staten island, what is it like there now? >> reporter: well, christi, we're near the starting point. we're in the runner's village where 47,000 runners are getting ready for the race. you can see the way they are dressed it is a cold and windy morning in new york but not cutting down on excitement. remember, this race was cancelled last year because of super storm sandy and a lot of athletes had tried to complete the boston marathon but that race was cut short. the result is strong. this race is personal and here is how one of the runners put it when he spoke to us this morning. >> i wanted to come to new york, first, i want to honor the victims of the boston marathon and survivors and secondly, last year i came here to run the race and super storm sandy cancelled the race so i want to come back here and finish the business. >> reporter: bill with 47,000
other runners are subject to strict security measures this morning. it isn't cutting down on their enjoyment but they can't carry backpacks, water packs, no face mags ks and bulky costumes. just the reality of this race this year. victor, christi? >> alexander field there, the starting line of the new york city marathon. thank you for that. turning to another big story, new details this morning on how the attack at los angeles international airport went down. terminal three we know how reopened after friday's deadly shooting rampage. cnn yr nrks nrknn kyung has the >> reporter: prosecutors charged him with two felonies. murder of a federal officer and violence at an international airport. the details still being unravelled. investigators are still piecing together the tile line of what happened inside terminal three.
they don't know every step of paul ciancia's path but here is what they know. a roommate dropped him off here. he entered about 9:20 in the morning an entrance at terminal three. according to pictures like this one and surveillance video the gun was a two .23 caliber which ciancia concealed in a bag and approached hernandez standing there where those flowers are. this is a prescreening area and shot him point blank multiple times in the chest and got on this escalator. >> the defendant is allegeed to have begun walking away from the wounded tsa officers going up an escalator and then coming back down that escalator to return and shoot the wounded officer again. >> reporter: at the top of the escalat escalators is a security check point. at some point he wounded two and a passenger. this is the other side of the
sec cooersty check point from here the gunman made his way deep into terminal three. cell phone video captured the chaos as he neared the passenger gates. >> people were running and people getting knocked down and there was luggage everywhere and maham. >> reporter: we're speeding up this video to see the path as he wound through the terminal making his way to the goat. he had five-loaded magazine, a host of unspent ammo, enough, said the mayor of los angeles to kill everybody in this terminal. it ended around here when los angeles airport police shot the gunman, a handwritten note was found on him. >> we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter and stated he wanted to quote instill fear into their traderous minds.
>> reporter: as the fbi works out the details of the murderous path the tsa is asking how in the post-9/11 era did a gunman make it this close to a passenger plane. >> this gives us great concern, so we'll look at what our policies are but it's all done in corporation with each airport police agency, and how we go about providing for the best possible security. >> reporter: because on this day in america's third busiest airport it failed to prevent one man with a gun from doing this. federal agents are also asking for the public's help, asking them to e-mail in any pictures or video of what happened inside this terminal at the fbi. christi, victor? >> thank you very much. let's talk about the suspect paul ciancia. he grew up in pennsville, new jersey and recently moved to l.a. he is 23. he attended an all-boys catholic
high school in wilmington, delaware between 2009 and 2008 and obtained ocho motorcycle mechanic certificate. his father owns a repair shop and he was unemployed. his mother died back in 2009 after battling multiple score row sis. >> he's the first line of officer to die in the line of duty. he joined in 2010 and leaves behind a grieving wife and two children. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, brother, son and friend. he would have been 40 next year. i'm fully devastated. we are all heart broken and we'll miss him dearly. >> two other tsa officers were shot in friday's rampage, as
well. they survived. airports in and around new york are stepping up security following the deadly shooting at lax. new york's port authority tells cnn it increased at jfk, laguardia and new york airports and local check points, as well. a spokesperson says this should not affect flight operations but passengers be sure to check with your airline for any delays just to be on the safe side. >> yeah, we saw some photographs of people passing through tsa at lax hugging the tsa officers trying to comfort them. moments of healing. we also saw beautiful moments at the red sox victory parade this weekend. >> it's something. you got to see the moving scene. i mean, people were just brought to tears at the finish line of the boston marathon. >> yeah, plus, he's known for helping boost the careers for stars like harrison ford, but now best-selling author scott toro is out with the latest novel. >> and he'll tell us about it
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moment at the boston red sox victory parade. it was saturday when you see there that gomes placed a jersey there on top of the trophy at the finish line, the finish line there at the marathon. 617 is the area code for boston, that's why that is there and you seat words boston strong. after this, this happened. ♪ god bless america, land that i love ♪ ♪ stand beside her and guide her through the night with the light from above ♪ ♪ from the mountains to the
prairies, to the oceans, god bless america, my home sweet home ♪ ♪ god bless america, my home sweet home ♪ [ cheers ] [ applause ] >> it is just so touching, we had to play it in its entirety again in case you missed any of it. incredible moment there. >> still get the stills. >> doesn't it? >> still get the chills. >> you know who else is chilly right now? all the runners. 15 minutes away now from the start of the new york city marathon. so if you're heading out to
check the race out, bundle up. alexander steel in the cnn weather center, how cold will it get? >> you can see the policeman with the head band. it is cold out there this morning, good for runner weather, i think. here is a look. temperatures in the 30s but windchills are what it feels like out there. much kooler in the northeast and run rs will feel that throughout the day and certainly out there watching your friends or loved ones run, quite chilly. windchill feeling like 41 in new york and you get the sessence o it. 20s, and 30s. 47 will be the temperature. that's it. temperatures won't move more and it's really the key here. the winds sustained about 15 and 20 miles an hour and gusts higher than that. much cooler than the weather we had. a cold front came from canada and dropped temperatures. here in new york 49 today, that's it. you should be almost 60 this
time of year. tomorrow bottoms out temperature-wise and rebounding back into the 50s. that's the trend in the northeast. temperatures certainly cool. also here in the southeast, ample sunshine and temperatures well cooler than average. >> we'll get ready forfy it, alexander steel, thank you. >> you're welcome. "saturday night live" poked pun at itself and tackled the show's lack of diversity. >> "snl" made headlines after he swore from playing african american act tomorrows on protest of the lack of black women on the cast. the show hadn't had a black woman in the cast since 2007. >> it's surprising it's been that long, actually. >> yeah. >> so "snl" opted to directly respond to the controversy last night on the show. this is kerry washington,
obviously african american actress and she was the guest host. >> i'm so sorry to interrupt but oprah winfrey arrived for the dinner and would love to pop in and say hello. >> that's wonderful. >> what a nice surprise. >> isn't it? so don't you think you should go and get changed? >> why? >> so that oprah can come in. >> oh, because of the whole -- >> yes, exactly. >> and keenon won't? >> nope. >> well, in that case, i will leave and in a few minutes, oprah will be here. >> thank you mrs. obama. >> the producers at saturday night live would like to apologize to kerry washington for the number of black women she'll be asked to play both because mrs. washington is an actress of considerable range and talent and "snl" does not currently have a black woman on cast. we agree this is not an adeal
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scott turow set a president and you're chuckling when you watch that. it's probably almost sure real to you. >> i'm chuckling because i'll be with brian on tuesday night. we're doing a conversation in front of a public audience. >> oh, that's great. >> yeah. >> about "identical," your new one. >> that and other things as happens with brian. >> it's interesting because you're inspired by greek mathology as i understand. greek families, greek names. >> right. >> how did you come up with this idea? >> i really was interested in writing about identical twins and led me to an old greek method and an element, one is mortal, one is inmortal and could be spun. >> your work inspired so many people in the culture and even harrison ford, i want to show you something he had to say
about you. >> scott turow's book i thought was fantastic. went to meet him in chicago and talked about the book and character. i had come off just a -- one of the "star wars "move haves and gave me an opportunity to do something different, kind of real grown up movie. >> i mean, "presumed innocent" had such a twist we didn't see coming. something similar in this one, too? >> right, a big reveal at the end as the people in hollywood like to put it. >> do you know when you're writing what the end is, or is that something that evolves as you write the book? >> this particular twist is derived from the myth of caster and poll licks so i knew what was coming. if you ask me who committed the murder when i start writing, i had no idea and i certainly didn't in this novel. >> really? so it's a mystery to you?
>> it is. and i think that probably helps with the laying of clues and red hairings because i'm fooling myself at the same time. >> how long does it take you to write -- >> usually three years between novels. i can't be as efficient as some of the other people who write in this genra that get them out every six months. >> and you're still a lawyer, right? >> yeah, i'm a partner -- >> that would have something to do with time needed. i know power and money are big themes in "identical". >> yes. >> what attracts you there, as well? >> there is a political race at the center of "identical." you want write about politics without money these days and the influence of money and how far a motivated billionaire can go to sort of alter a political campaign. these are themes there but it's not a political soapbox. it's a novel. >> i want to say
congratulations, number two as of this morning, is that right? >> yes. >> where? >> combined e book and hard book cover on "the new york times." >> impressive. can't wait to read the whole thing. >> thanks. >> "identical" is the name of the book and don't miss harrison ford's interview. so glad to have you here, thank you. >> thank you. look at this, christi, scott as well. this is a shot of -- >> there it is. >> this partial solar eclipse. this is live happening right now. if you're just waking up along the east coast, maybe you notice something unusual in the sky. i think you can see it from the u.s. around 6:00, 6:30. this is a live from auidaubi.
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>> glad to have you with us. >> 5:30 if you're up early or still plugging along from last night. i'm victor blackwell, five things to new for your new day. the suspect in friday's deadly shooting at lax remains unresponsive at a los angeles airport. paul ciancia is accused of shooting one tsa officer and injuring others. he's charged with murdering a federal officer and violence at an international airport. if he's convicted, he could get the death penalty. the new york man dubbed the subway vehicigilante is out of . he's an charges related of selling marijuana to an under cover police officer and gets know ryety in 1984 when he shot four african american teens on a new york subway train.
he was acquitted of murder and assault charges. the head coach of the denver broncos will have heart surgery this week. according to a statement from the team, john fox will undergo an aorta heart valve replacement and take a leave of absence for several weeks. he sought medical help after feeling light headed. they say he did not have a heart attack. number four, secretary of state john kerry says the u.s. is committed to working with egypt's interim government and called egypt a vital partner and in a possible reference to mohamed morsi, kerry urged free and chance ptransparent trials egyptia egyptians. it's part of a ten-day tour. number five, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius will be back on capitol hill wednesday for more obama care care testimony. last time she was in front of a house committee, this time in
front of the senate finance committee. in memphis friday, a tennessee state senator gave sebelius a copy of the book, you see it in her hand, websites for dummies. while the health care website is off to a shaky state, the online application is not available overnight. meanwhile, a federal court takes a significant bite out of obama care. a three-judge panel struck down a key provision on mandatory contraception coverage logged in washington and barbara starr. barbara, what happened? walk us through this. good morning, by the way. >> yeah, good morning to you guys, too, down in atlanta. a provision of the affordable care act requires some businesses with 50 or more employees to provide insurance for birth control or pay a substantial fine. this federal appeals court decision has struck that down. what the court did is ruled the company that brought the suite could not be forced to provide
birth control. part of the court decision saying quote, they can eater abide by the sacred tenants of their faith, pay a penalty of over $14 million and cripple the companies they spent a lifetime building or become come police sant in a grave moral wrong. they were in the catholic faith. a company cannot have religious believes but the court said that the suit could go forward in this 2-1 decision, so this may be another tick mark on the wall, if you will of striking down part of the affordable care act. >> i know this isn't the only one. i mean, i know dozens of lawsuits are working their way through the courts across the country right now. how do you foresee this one sorting itself out? >> that's the point. by some counts there are some 75
federal lawsuits around the country, three appeals pending at the supreme court and no word when the high court might rule. this is another indicator of some of the legal thinking about all of this but with so many suits it looks very likely like it will be up to the supreme court potentially to take on this issue. christi, victor? >> good to see you and thank you for taking the time with us today on the obama decision. we appreciate it, barbara. here is a question to consider, could town leaders be able to resite a prayer before public meeting? the supreme court hears arguments on the case this week and the debate is certainly heating up. we'll continue to debate. your watching "new day sunday ". [ susan ] ...as though he had never left.
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wednesday loats going on. twitter announces stock prices, shares expected to go from 17 to $20 a pop and on wednesday, we got taking on public prayer. they could decide whether prayer is allowed in government meetings. in the supreme court, of course. more on that in a minute. finally on wednesday, it will happen again, house secretary kathleen sebelius getting grilled on capitol hill over the obama website fiasco. she's facing the senate finance committee. thursday, cnn debuts "pandora's promise." right here on cnn can the 7:00 p.m. eastern. today for "faces of faith," we are debating the supreme
court christi just mentioned. at issues are prayers like this one recorded at a town hall meeting in greece, new york. >> jesus christ who took away the sins of the world, destroyed our death through his dying and in his rising, he has restored our life, bless it are you who has raked up the lord jesus. >> two women took the issue to court saying the town unfairly referred christian prayers and the prayers are unconstitutional pro meeting specific believes. a u.s. appeals court sicited unanimously with them. joining us are our two guests. i want to start with you pastor jeffers. good morning to both of you. you say, pastor, if the court sides with the women, it could have a huge impact on religious
freedoms. their claim, their hope is that that type of prayer would not come during a meeting. how would this affect religious freedoms so broadly? >> well, victor, first of all, it's interesting the obama administration is siding with the side of greece, new york along with half the states and 85 congressmen. the issue is what role should government play in regulating the content of prayers and the answer is absolutely none according to the constitution. the contusion simply says in the first amendment that congress is not establish a state religion. it has absolutely nothing to say in the first amendment about the prayers of the city counsel meeting. back in 1983 the supreme court already sanctioned what are call called legislative prayers but act protecting religious liberty not restricting and trying to muzzle the content of prayers.
>> yes but in 1984 there was lynch versus donnelly that says if there is anything perceived by reasonable person to endorse or dismiss religion its invalid. that prayer started with jesus christ, that would be something in a public meeting that i assume some would say endorse religion. >> well, i actually pray that way in our city counsel meetings when i'm asked to pray. remember, the founding fathers victor said congress cannot establish a religion. sandra day o'connor came with this test. they talked about establishing a state religion look. the first amend the is not about guaranteeing people from having hurt feelings, it's about guaranteeing religious liberty. words mean something. the constitution says establish, not endorse and i believe the supreme court will clarify that in this decision. >> let's bring amanda in.
the pastor brings up a point, the obama administration cited with them saying prayer is protected. you say that's wrong. >> i do. i think that no one is trying to regulate the content so much. we shouldn't even be having prayer at all for government meetings. >> no, that's not right. >> sir, you had your chance, plaets please let me have mine. the point is if you're going to need religion to do your job, do it before the government meeting starts, then anybody is infri e infringing on anyone. if you feel you need prayer before your job, do it before the meeting. if you're going to do this government prayer whether city counsel or in the house of representatives or the senate, then you need to open it up to everyone and one of the points the third circuit made, the town is not just religious institutions but individuals. you cannot discriminate but do it for everyone. so that means letting everybody
in so atheist or jus or wickens, even gets their version of prayer and we're not seeing that. when christians are challenged whether it's hindus in the u.s. senate who want to offer prayer or for example, this year in arizona when representative juan mendez gave a secular vocation, we see christians challenging that saying it needs to be god only that gets recognition in front of legislation. >> amanda -- >> victor -- >> go ahead. >> victor, it's important to point out in new york everyone was allowed to pray -- >> no, they weren't -- there was no public -- there was no public affirmation of it. they went through the phone book -- >> yes there was. >> -- to find the christian churches. >> i'm very comfortable -- >> everyone is welcome. they only said that after -- >> look, i am very comfortable with everyone having an opportunity to pray, whether it's people of the jewish faith.
i'm against government controlling the regulation and content of that prayer. the first amendment we need to return to simply says we cannot establish a state church, nobody is suggesting that we ought to be establishing a state church. this is about protecting religious freedom, not about -- >> religious freedom belongs to the individual and not government endorsed prayer and what we need to do is not have government prayers at all. government endorsing means if a reasonable person would have sat in on grease for more than ten years, it was more than christian prayer. so a religious person think the plaques they gave and the clergy that gave the prayers in greece, of course they thought it was christians and the only listings -- >> pastor jeffers? >> 90% -- >> last word. >> 90% of the residents of grease are christian did. >> not a town of christian institutions. you're a town of residents. >> it was open for anyone -- >> everybody -- >> and what --
>> pastor and amanda, last word -- >> the founding fathers -- the founding fathers -- >> yeah, they were con -- >> because they prayed -- [ overlapping speakers ] >> i see this conversation could go on and on and on and it's difficult to hear both conversations at the same time but i thank you for having this spirited debate. >> thank you so much. >> rev renld pastors and spokeswoman for american at east. for more stories on faith, check out the belief blog at cnn.com/belief. >> christi? >> that was going to go on and on. interesting conversation. meanwhile, you know what we're watching, victor, 47,000 competitors, that many people will make their way through the streets of new york city. coming up live we'll go live to staten island where the wheelchair racers just crossed the start line. good luck, guys.
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all right. time for our political gut check. kathleen seb beelius on the hot cede wednesday. candy joining us from washington. what will we see from her this time around, candy? >> it's interesting because initially i would say well, the senate is dominated by democrats therefore perhaps a slightly friendlier group. the problem is a critic, even though he helped put together obama care, the rollout and more recently gave a radio interview
and likened the rollout of obama care to humpty dumpty falling off the wall. it's a rough roll because they will go after the people told their insurance no longer exists and again go after who messed this up to the tune of $300 million or however much it cost to get the system up and not running. >> up and not running, yeah. who is going on on state of the union with you today to talk about it? >> we'll talk to kelly ayot about that and other they thinks that have come up in the senate including new requests for witnesses to the benghazi attack more than a year ago. also, we're going to talk to mike mccall, the chairman of the house committee to get the latest update on what we know about the shooter yesterday at los angeles international
airport. >> stay here with candy starting here at 9: 0 a.m. eastern right here on cnn. 0 a.m. eastern righ here on cnn. -0 a.m. eastern rigt here on cnn. : okay. remember this video from back in february? watch this. [ gunshots ]. >> yeah, that was a meteor blast over russia that released a blast equal to 300 tons of tnt. a thousand people were injured including 200 children. in september an even larger astroid zipped close. it's believed some day a massive space rock somewhere out there will, in fact, hit the u.s. and reek halve vok everywhere. i sat down with the one and only neil degrass tyson to talk about the looming threat out.
>> astroids are out there and surely one with our name on it, earth's name and small ones will explode and take out regions and cities maybe a transportation grid. the big ones are rarer, render fractions that are rarer and take out the dinosaurs, you get one every 100 million years or so. other things that can take out life on earth are major climate change. if you're a life form that is adapted to a certain configuration or combination of temperature and atmosphere conditions, then if that changes faster than you can respond, that can be devastating that basically your echo system changes and that could be devastating to survival. most life that has gone extinct on earth for reasons repeated to the change in environment. so, we might be the own -- we might be our own source of extinction, if this continues. >> so let's talk about a bit of controversy because you took
some heat for taking to twitter behind the hit film "gravity." >> don't get me started -- >> got to go there. >> sandra bullock, why do you think film lovers got so emotional about your tweets. >> the film "gravity" got 100 other things right. i just didn't tweet about those. i thought people would think it's interesting i have knowledge about gravity and officered reflections on things they got wrong, one of which, sandra bullock, a medical doctor is fixing the hubble telescope. a medical doctor wouldn't go near it unless you have engineering degrees. we don't send mechanical engine nears in the hospital for heart
surgeon. and her hair should have been standing on end and was flat to her head. maybe too much moose or a wig, i don't know. it couldn't have been more than eight tweets and they ended up on the today show, on "saturday night live" and the tweets basically went viral. >> yeah, you can read more of those tweets. find his handle there. that was dr. neil degrasse tyson. he's hosting a town hall tomorrow and will go more into detail. christi, an interesting conversation. >> i wonder what he would say about solar eclipse because we have more on that in a minute. stay close. [ male announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day
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all righty. a partial solar eclipse visible along the east coast and parts of africa. i want to show you this video. >> it's beautiful. the sky is huge. alex around dra, explain how this works. >> it's from aui daubi. it's 5:30 a.m. there. the sun, the moon passes between the earth and sun so the moon eclipses the sun and that's what we're seeing and actually, this was pretty rare, this eclipse. it was the hybrid eclipse and 5% are this. meaning some of us see a total and some of us see a partial eclipse so absolutely cool. guys? >> all righty.
>> al thank you so much. "state of the union" with "state of the union" with candy crowley starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com the week in number, six, the number signed up for obama care on day one. 4 2, the president's approval rating. today, barack obama's town turn, the beginning of his lame duck era or a temporary slump. >> january 1st and thereafter when real people around the country regardless of politics are getting belter benefits, this will be a different story. 22, percentage of americans with a favorable view of republicans after the obama care