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off, they get to keep most of it. wyoming doesn't have any tax income. income tax. >> good for them. alison good to see you. cnn newsroom is next. for our viewers in the united states, "early start" continues now. nuclear break through. iran and world leaders reaching a framework after tense negotiations but not everyone is celebrating the progress. we have live team coverage breaking down the deal and reaction to it this morning. university massacre. dozens murdered by terrorists. kenya in mourning. leaders are figuring out what comes next. breaking overnight. stranded at sea for more than 66 days and now reunited with his family. how this sailor managed to stay alive. good morning.
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welcome to "early start." i'm suzanne malveaux. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. this morning, negotiations for the iran nuclear program are taking a rest before diving back in to work. that is because the landmark agreement reached thursday at the end of marathon talks in switzerland is only the framework for a final agreement. even this outline, more detailed than expected marks a significant step toward the goal of blocking iran from developing nuclear weapons. secretary of state john kerry telling cnn negotiations were tough at times and emotional and confrontational confrontational, but with a seriousness of purpose. >> we are not basing this on a naivte or trust or good faith. this is based on real steps and real accountability and measures that have to be implemented. >> for more on the deal i want
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to bring in phil black live in london. good morning, phil. what is the sense of the details? >> reporter: good morning, suzanne. just a framework, but the important detail in it. iran still gets to enrich uranium, but restricted way for the next 15 years. it can keep centrifuges spinning but the number is significantly reduced. they have around 19,000. only around 5,000 will be allowed to stay operational. they will only enrich uranium to 3.67%. it is enough for civilian purposes not enough for a bomb. and they have agreed to significant innspection system. what iran gets in return it maintains the uranium program for civil purposes. it will repurpose some
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facilities. what iran really wants is relief from sanctions. that will have a dramatic transformative effect on the economy and raise the quality of life for its people. that is the more difficult issue going forward. iran wants that to happen at once. while the rest of the world is pushing for a stage by stage sanctions relief after iran is believed to be in adherence. it is setting the stage. this is the framework. nothing has been signed. the hope is it is a demonstration of will by both sides as they enter the final negotiations that something more concrete can be achieved by the next deadline which is the end of june. >> thank you. iranians celebrating the possibility of a deal leading to the end of sanctions. they were in the streets and with selfies in front of
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president obama's speech broadcast for the first time live on iranian state tv. president obama celebrating the deal as well and he called the negotiation agreement our best option by far. white house officials are mindful that the hard work with a final agreement and selling to the congress and public is still ahead. white house correspondent jim acosta has more. >> reporter: suzanne, president obama is describing this as historic deal but he has to sell it and he is calling republicans and democrats to buy into the agreement in the rose garden at the white house, the president insisted the iranians have no choice. he argued the agreement in place is the only practical way to block iran from nuclear weapons. here is what he had to say. >> iran is not going to simply dismantle its program because we demand it to do so. that's not how the world works. that's not what history shows
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us. >> reporter: keep in mind this is the framework agreement that was due march 31st. the technical details of the deal have to be worked out by june 30th. if iran plays games, tehran could face more sanctions with military options. the president and top white house officials will now start working the phones. he has spoken with saudi arabia's king and benjamin netanyahu. he said this deal will threaten his country's survival. suzanne. >> thank you, jim. the white house wasting no time working the phones to sell the deal partly because of a looming fight with congress. republican lawmakers are undaunted in their plans to introduce legislation giving congress a vote on any final agreement. house speaker john boehner reiterating his concern that tehran's nuclear program poses a threat to israel which he visited this week. benjamin netanyahu standing firm against the deal saying it would
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not block iran's path to the bomb but pave it. an emergency meeting of netanyahu's cabinet is set to start right about now. i want to bring in our cnn's oren liebermann live in jerusalem for the latest. what is the next step here for netanyahu? >> reporter: netanyahu stepped in the cabinet meeting just one day after the deal announced. netanyahu has perhaps been the biggest critic of the deal and in the past few days especially he increased the strength of rhetoric in the conversation he had with obama. that was not a friendly conversation. netanyahu said the deal would increase the risk for a quote horrific war in the middle east. netanyahu just as he has been over the past few weeks is very much against the deal. he criticized what is in the deal and not in the deal. criticized for not scaling back and dismantles the nuclear infrastructure.
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he says that iran can still do research and still have centrifuges and underground facilities. he also says one of the biggest things he wanted to see is lifting of sanctions linked to iran pulling back aggression in the region. we have seen him with boehner and mcconnell. republicans will push for approval of the deal. that is where we will see netanyahu pushing the hardest to lobby against the deal. he knows he cannot prevent or stop a deal, but he will try to push harder against it and see if it is limiting to iran and favorable to what he sees as israel security. suzanne, we expect a statement from the meeting. we will have that to you as soon as we hear. >> we will get back to you when you get the statement. thank you, oren. the tentative deal with iran could have huge implications for oil. i want to bring in our money correspondent alison kosik to
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break that down for us. how would that happen? >> good morning. the operative word is tentative. this is a tentative deal. it is probably why we did not see oil prices crash yesterday. the reality is iran's economy is dependent on oil. sanctions have crippled the ability to sell in global markets. iran exports 1.3 million barrels a day. you compare that to 2.5 million barrels in 2012. the world has too much oil. it went from $100 a barrel last summer to 50$50 a barrel. a lot could go wrong between now and june. it could take months for iranian oil to hit the market and it could be why we did not see the knee jerk reaction happen on wall street yesterday. >> we will see what happens. thank you. kenya reeling this morning from its worst terror attack in nearly two decades. masked gunmen from the militant
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group al shabaab storming a university in the early morning hours killing at least 147 people in a 15-hour siege. i want you to listen to this. one student describing how classmates unknowingly ran straight toward the slaughter. >> we heard gunshots while we were sleeping. guys started jumping up and down running for their lives. unfortunate where they were going to is where the gunshots were coming from. >> kenya's president ordering 10,000 troops to report for training immediately. >> this is a moment for everyone throughout the country to be vigilant as we confront and defeat our enemy. >> the u.s. says it is offering kenya assistance fighting al
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shabaab. the situation in yemen dire and not getting better anytime soon. that grim warning from the u.s. counter terrorism after a jail break from a yemeni prison. one-third of the prisoners have a direct link to al qaeda. one escapee is a top operative. counterterror officials are concerned about the growing instability in yemen. now that all u.s. special forces have been evacuated from the country. this remarkable survival story. a missing sailor. 37-year-old louis jordan rescued after 66 days at sea in a disabled boat. he was spotted by a passing cargo ship on thursday some 200 miles off cape hatteras, north carolina. jordan was hoisted from the ship by the coast guard and sent to hospital by helicopter. he talked about the moment he first saw his rescuers.
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>> i waved my hands. real slowly. that's the signal i'm in distress. help me. i blew my whistles. they never heard them. i took my smoke signal and put our orange smoke. they never saw it. i put out a flag with symbols on it. i turned my american flag upside down. they never saw it. all they saw was this. so the whole time i was out waving my arms and they eventually saw it. they saw me on the front of my boat. >> amazing story. unbelievable. jordan says he survived by eating raw fish and drinking rain water. incredible. disturbing new information on the germanwings pilot who deliberately flew himself and 149 others into a mountain. what his internet searches in
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new details in the germanwings crash. investigators say it is becoming clear that copilot andreas lubitz was afraid of losing his pilot's license because of his health issues. in the days before he deliberately crashed flight 9525
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into the french alps. new evidence revealing he searched the internet for cockpit door security and suicide. i want to get the latest from cnn's will ripley in dusseldorf, germany. what do the internet searches reveal? >> reporter: investigators have been going through the internet browser search history and that where they found a week before the crash and day before searches about methods to commit suicide and perhaps more troubling cockpi door security measures. the suspicion on the ground is andreas lubitz was planning to do this. he was looking for ways to make sure the cockpit door could be secured and he could remain inside to carry out the mass murder essentially, of 149 people. that is why european government officials with close knowledge of the investigation is telling us they do consider this
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premeditated murder although it is still a manslaughter case at this point. what is unclear is the motive suzanne. lubitz had a severe depressive episode. he had been seeing as many as six doctors trying to get help. it was made worse by his mental state. there was no clear motive why he flew this plane and all of the innocent people into the french alps because he did not leave a note or any other evidence behind. another piece of evidence seized is the flight data recorder. it was charred and burned and buried into the crash site. that will answer questions in the case. the answers are coming together but the big question suzanne, does remain unanswered. >> so many people want to know the answer to that question. thank you. the head of the ncaa joining the debate now over indiana's
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indiana's religious freedom law threatens to overshadow indianapolis with the final four. we have andy scholes with the bleacher report. >> good morning, suzanne. the topic of discussion surrounding the final four continues to be the reaction from the teams and ncaa regarding the religious freedom law. the ncaa has its headquarters down the street here in downtown indianapolis. they were one of the first to speak out against the new law when it was signed by the governor. ncaa president mark emert says they are not happy about this
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overshadowing the event in indianapolis. he said this bill is more important than the basketball tournament. >> we came out fairly early in the process and we were hopeful that it could instigate some change. we don't want it to overplay the role but we were pleased the legislative bodies and governor and others decided to respond appropriately. >> now all four of the coaches involved in the final four released a joint statement. yesterday, rachel nichols sat down with the coaches and they discussed the issue. >> have you seen the power of sports effect social change? >> i think our sport has done the most over the years. especially as far as race relations in that we are playing
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in shorts. you see are you white or african-american or asian or who are you. all of a sudden you are working together and sweating together and hugging together and talking and loving and fighting. >> you can hear more from her interview with coach k. and others with all access on the final four. that is tomorrow at 2:30 eastern here on cnn. the final four game tips off at 6:00 on tbs. michigan state and duke will be followed by kentucky and wisconsin in a rematch from the final four from last year. suzanne, on the court here will kentucky be able to run the table and win two games this weekend and complete a perfect 40-0 season? a lot of people are looking forward to see if the wildcats can make history. the first team to go undefeated since the hoosiers did it in 1976. >> thank you, andy. nuclear break through. iran and world leaders reaching
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nuclear break through. iran and world leaders agreeing to the framework of what could turn into an historic deal. the white house is optimistic. celebrations in the streets of tehran but not everyone is happy about the deal. we have team coverage breaking down the angles of the big story this morning. and university massacre.
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terrorists murdering dozens of students in kenya. targeting christians. what the country's president is promising. and breaking overnight. a sailor reunited with his family after stranded 66 days at sea. how he survived. up ahead. welcome back to "early start." i'm suzanne malveaux. it is 31 minutes past the hour. this morning, negotiators who completed a deal to curb iran's nuclear program is taking a rest before diving back into the issue. this is only the framework for a final agreement. even this outline, more detailed than expected marks a significant step toward the goal of blocking iran from develops nuclear weapons. secretary of state john kerry telling cnn negotiations were quote tough, very intense at times. sometimes emotional and confrontational confrontational, but with a
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seriousness of purpose. >> we are not basing this on a naivte or trust or element of good faith. this is real steps and real accountability and measures that have to be implemented. >> for more on the deal i want to bring in our cnn's phil black live in london. what is in the agreement? >> reporter: a framework, suzanne. details allow iran to enrich uranium, but in a restricted way for the next 15 years. it continues to allow centrifuges to spin. there will be fewer of them. out of the 19,000 that iran is allowed to have only 5,000 will be allowed to be operational. they will only enrich uranium
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for civil purposes. iran has agreed to a very strict inspections system. what iran gets is it maintains enrichment system and program. one it says it has the right to do for civilian purposes. it is not closing facilityies. some will be repurposed. of course what iran wants is relief from sanctions. because that is crippling its economy. relief from sanctions will have a big effect on the quality of life for the people of that country. that is a difficult issue going forward as the detail is now thrashed out because iran wants immediate relief from sanctions. the other side wants a step by step adherence to the agreement when it is verified. this framework carries no obligation. nothing has been signed but the
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hope is it is a significant demonstration of the will that exists to try to lock something in by the next deadline by the end of june. the russian foreign minister lavrov says achieving that is high but the next round of negotiations is successful they have to sell whatever deal that comes out of it in the united states iran and middle east as well. suzanne. >> thank you, phil. i appreciate that. iranians celebrating the possibility of a deal already leading to the end of sanctions. in the streets, you see selfies of people in front of president obama's speech broadcast live on state tv. president obama celebrating. he called it a negotiated agreement which is our best option by far. the white house says the final agreement and selling it to congress and the public is still up ahead. jim acosta has more on that.
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>> reporter: suzanne, president obama is describing this as an historic deal but he has to sell it and he is starting to call republicans and nervous democrats to buy into the agreement. in the rose garden the president insisted iranians have no choice but to comply saying if iran cheats the world will know it. the agreement now in place is the only practical way to block iran from nuclear weapons. here is what he had to say. >> iran is not going to simply dismantle its program because we demand it to do so. that's not how the world works and that's not what history shows us. >> reporter: this is the framework agreement that was due march 31st. the details of the deal have to be worked out by june 30th. if iran plays games, tehran could face more sanctions with military options also on the table. the president and top white house officials will work the phones over the next several days. he spoken with saudi's king and
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israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. he said in his phone call with the president this deal will threaten his country's survival. suzanne. >> thanks jim. the white house working the phones and trying to sell this deal partly because of a looming fight with congress. republican lawmakers are undaunted in their plans to introduce legislation giving congress a final vote on agreement. house majority leader john boehner stating the nuclear program poses a threat to israel which he visited earlier this week. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu standing firm against the deal saying it would not block iran's path to the bomb but it would pave it. the emergency meeting of netanyahu's cabinet is under way at this hour. i want to bring in cnn's oren liebermann live from jerusalem. >> reporter: in the short-term, we expect a statement after the cabinet meeting which is going on right now. netanyahu has been perhaps the most vocal critic internationally of the deal.
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he has been speaking out against it in the last few days, weeks and months and his rhetoric has gotten stronger. in a phone call with president obama, netanyahu said this deal increases the potential for a quote horrific war. horrific war. some of the strongest words netanyahu used. he criticized what is in the deal and not in the deal. netanyahu says he wanted to see iran's nuclear infrastructure dismantled. as for what is not in the deal netanyahu wanted to see the removal of sanctions tied to iran pulling back the aggression in the region. netanyahu's government says that hasn't happened. what will netanyahu do? he will side with his allies in congress that would be the republicans. as you mentioned boehner was here this week. mcconnell was here earlier this week. both reassured netanyahu, especially boehner who spoke against the deal. mcconnell promised if there is a
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deal he would work for congressional approval of the deal. that is perhaps where we will see netanyahu working over the next few days and weeks and months until that june 30th deadline. we are waiting for his statement after the meeting. perhaps his rhetoric getting stronger against this deal. suzanne. >> oren thank you. we will get back to you. tentative deal in iran could have huge implications for oil. i want to bring in our money correspondent alison kosik to talk more about that. how does this have a ripple effect? >> right now, this is a tentative deal. we have seen oil prices did not crash. the reality is the oil is very important to iran. sanctions have crippled its ability to sell it on the global market. right now, iran exports 1.3 million barrels a day. compare that with 2.5 million in 2012. the world has too much oil. prices have crashed for more than $100 a barrel last summer
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to less than $50 because of a supply glut. adding iran to the mix, that would likely send oil prices lower. consider this a lot could go wrong between now and june when the final agreement could be reached. if a deal with sanctions is reached, it could take months for the oil from iran to hit the market. it could be why we didn't see oil prices fall off the cliff yesterday. >> it could effect prices at the pump as well. >> absolutely. we could see gas prices go down if oil continues to fall. >> alison thank you. kenya is reeling this morning from its worst terror attack in nearly two decades. masked gunmen from al shabaab storming a university in the early morning hours killing at least 147 people in a 15-hour siege. i want to you listen to this one student describing how fellow students unknowingly ran straight toward the slaughter. >> we heard gunshots while we
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were sleeping around 5:00. guys starting jumping up and down running for their lives. unfortunate where they were going to is where the gunshots were coming from. >> kenya's president ordering 10,000 police recruits to report for emergency training immediately. he is urging everyone in kenya to keep calm. >> this is a moment for everyone throughout the country to be vigilant as we confront and defeat our enemies. >> u.s. says it is offering kenya assistance fighting al shabaab. this remarkable survival story. a missing sailor 37-year-old louis jordan rescued after 66 days stranded at sea in a disabled boat. he was spotted by a cargo ship on thursday 200 miles off cape hatteras north carolina. jordan was hoisted from the ship
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by the coast guard and flown to the hospital. he was asked about what he said to his rescuers. >> a lot of gratitude and love and thankfulness. i just patted them on the back and said thank you so much. i appreciate it. let me work for you. let me do something for you. they said no you just got rescued. you are probably exhausted. they said take a shower. >> he might have needed a shower. jordan said he survived by eating raw fish and drinking rain water. this up next newly discovered internet searches revealing details on what the pilot of germanwings flight 9525 had been thinking days before he flew his plane into a mountain. live with the new developments up next. if your purse is starting to look more like a tissue box... you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® for powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec® is different than claritin®. because it starts working faster on the first day you take it. zyrtec®. muddle no more™ .
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the french alps. as the plane was going down he was manually change the plane's driver settings. it determines the speed of the aircraft. he was increasing the speed of flight 9525 which explains the discrepancies on the radar. that indicates the alarms that could be heard on the cockpit voice recording. terrifying details, suzanne, these alarms are so loud that the passengers in the front of the plane would have been able to hear them. including the alarm saying terrain. pull up. the alarm saying it was too rapid and unsafe. this just continues to help the investigators put this case together that andreas lubitz deliberately changed the controls. set the auto pilot and brought the plane down into the french alps. an important piece of information and very chilling piece of information for the families of everybody who was on
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board the plane. >> thank you. we will get more details later this morning. appreciate it. the so-called religious freedom laws passing in indiana and arkansas governors fixing the legislation that critics say would have legalized discrimination but are these fixes enough? that is up next.
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this morning, gay rights supporters in indiana are calling a fix to the religious freedom law a step in the right direction. the original law drew fire from across the country for what critics called legalized discrimination against gays and lesbians. after days of backlash from celebrities and corporations and the ncaa lawmakers hurriedly passed the new law. governor mike pence immediately signed the new bill. he said in a statement, i believe resolving the controversy and making clear that every person feels welcome and respected in our state is best for indiana. there will be no discrimination under the arkansas religious freedom bill. that is what the state's governor said as he signed the legislation into law there. early in the week, asa hutchinson ordered change to closely mirror federal law. >> it protects religious
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freedom. it establishes a framework for the balancing act that the courts must determine these type of cases and thirdly, i think it recognizes the diversity of our culture and work force. >> critics said the earlier bill opened the door to businesses refusing to serve gay and lesbian customers. walmart and hutchinson's son opposed the bill. isis-inspired terror plot uncovered in new york city. two women, citizens and roommates, under arrest for allegedly planning to build a bomb for a boston marathon-style terrorist attacks. the women were inspired by isis. and according to one, wanted to make history at home. they are both being held without bail. an american man with alleged ties to al qaeda is charged in connection with a plot to kill u.s. citizens overseas.
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muhammad was exported to the united states and he appeared in federal court in new york on thursday but did not enter a plea. the judge ordered him held without bail until a hearing in may. today, we will get a highly anticipated march jobs report. what to expect and when your wages will finally start rising. that's up next. is s g to look more tissue box... you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® for powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec® is different than claritin®. because it starts working faster on the first day you take it. zyrtec®. muddle no more™ .
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let's bring in money correspondent alison kosik for your money. >> good morning. it is all about jobs today. the market is closed for the
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good friday holiday. it is still going to be one of the action packed days. the march jobs report comes out at 8:30. cnn money is expected employers added 244,000 jobs last month. it is a bit fewer than february. the unemployment rate is expected to stay the same at 5.5%. a lot to digest in the report. i'll keep a close eye on what wage growth is doing. it was 2% in february. that is below the federal reserve target of 3.5%. there are a lot of concerns about other areas of the economy. it is very important, suzanne, to see the momentum build in the labor market. >> a good sign before the report comes out? >> this is the indication i like to call take this job and shove. it we are finding that more workers are quitting. it is good news if it doesn't sound like it. 2.8 million people quit their jobs in january. that's up 17% from a year ago. what that means is people are
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feeling more confident in the job market to leave their job and look for another opportunity. good for them. >> there is another report out where the money is. >> not a big shocker here. where you will find the high earners here in manhattan. new york county residents collecting a $97,000 paycheck on average last year. it costs higher to live here in new york. when you factor in income teton county wyoming. that is the top spot. that is home to jackson hole. the average income there with investments, $300,000. to top it off, they get to keep most of it. wyoming doesn't tax income. >> so new york you get taxed. >> of course. we get taxed a lot. >> all right. nice to see you. nuclear break through with iran. "new day" starts now.
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understanding with iran. >> diplomacy is the best way for to us prevent iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. >> we say this deal is a move in the wrong direction. >> i also take this opportunity to urge kenyans to stay calm. as we resolve this matter. >> slaughter on the university campus. that apparently targeted christians. a stunning new revelation in the germanwings investigation. >> they searched the internet for cockpit door security. >> he did research something that had exactly to do with what's going on here. the gore of arkansas signs fixed versions of these laws. >> protecting religious freedom doesn't mean protecting discrimination. this is "new day," with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> good morning to your "new day," it is friday april 3rd 6:00 in the east alisyn camerota off this morning. but mick andry here for you. framework for a history-making
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nuclear pact with iran now in place. but a final agreement is still months away. and not a done deal. negotiators have until the end of june to iron out the details. but there is a lot that can happen between now and then. >> president obama wasting no time selling the agreement, calling it a good deal. yet the landmark pact doing little to ease the standoff between the president and some in congress. the question will congress have the ability to approve or reject it. >> we're covering this story the way only cnn can, glynn ginning with global affairs correspondent elise labott live from switzerland. elise? >> well michaela it was a marathon week of sessions and then after an all-nighter, the negotiators finally came to a broad political framework that puts a lot of limits on iran's nuclear program. but also leaves a lot of it intact. let's talk the key points of the deal. it reduces iran's

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