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♪ the largest auto recall ever. 34 million vehicles carrying air bags that could be deadly. takata admitting its defective product could be linked to five deaths and more than 100 injuries. we're live with the very latest this morning. the white house need a new strategy in fighting isis? the terrorists making new gains in iraq. the very latest there. also new information on what might have caused a deadly biker brawl in texas. we have the latest from that remarkable scene. good morning, everyone welcome to "early start."
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i'm john berman. >> nice to see you, everyone i'm christine romans. it's wednesday, may 20th 4:00 a.m. in the the east. takata the japanese automaker recalling air bags from get this 34 million vehicles. nearly 1 in every 7 cars on the road in the u.s. 1 in 6 cars on the road will need to be recalled. it's expected to be the biggest, most complex consumer recall in u.s. history. this will cost billions of dollars. it will take years to get those cars off the road and fixed and returned to service. at least five deaths. dozens of injuries are tied to these faulty air bags which can fire shrapnel into drivers' faces before when they deploy. includes bmws, ford toyotas. the majority of made by honda.
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cnn's will ripley is standing by. will this company has been pressured, i've heard, pressured by regulators even pressured by carmakers do this recall and now says yes, it will do it. how long is it going to take them to make the replacement kits and get these cars fixed? >> well they simply can't get the kits out fast enough christine. this new announcement doubling the recall 34 million vehicles making it the largest auto recall in history, it's going to be very difficult for takata and all the auto macher erautomakers calling and worried if their cars will be mixed. and now looking at honda, perhaps at air suppliers to get these into vehicles. they've been worried about this for a decade. even some of takata's own text
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in addition technicians, according to the "the new york times" soungded the alarm. minor accidents, a fender bender may cause the air bag to go off. and people are getting horrifically injured or killed. one man bled to death in front of his 17-year-old and yet, christine, even today, confirming the numbers for the recall they wouldn't put anything in context. unlike toyota who had a similar acceleration problem, after the initial response they took ownership and took control. we're not seeing that here christine. >> they're wondering if the cars are safe to drive. what are they saying if you have a takata air bag in your car right now, what are you supposed to do? >> people don't even know necessarily if their vehicles are affected. hondas nissans, ford toyota
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bmw, the best thing customers can do right now is reach out to their had dealership find out if their vehicle is affected and what the next step is. of course the united states government has tried to make information available online. they'll be updating that as well. people need ask questions. if you're driving a vehicle, there's a 1 in 7 chance that you have an affected air bag. >> people asking if they should disable their air bags in the interim. thank you for that will. happening now in iraq isis launching small attacks in the city east of ramadi. ramadi of course fell into isis hands over the weekend. the iraqi government sending shiite militia fighters into anbar province. also sunni dominated. and also to arm sunni tribesmen. those in ramadi said the government has failed to keep its promises to send enough support and weapons.
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cnn's jomana karacheh with the report now. >> reporter: east of ramadi between the cities of ramadi and fallujah. this at the same time that they're saying they are prepping and amassing their forces and members of the popular mobile units, the pmus primarily made up of shia militias with some finders but no time lines have been set. one thing for certain, is this going to be a very complex operation. anbar is unlike other area where is they're managed to regain control of cities like tikrit for example, from isis within a month. the landscape, the sectarian dynamics are going to play a huge role when it comes to
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anbar deploying these shia forces into the semiheartland. although saying it's come at the request of the leaders and the province it's very risky. a lot of concerns about the sectarian tensions with that. these forces have been accused in the past accused of carrying out attacks, some of them in have been accused of carrying out attacks in sunni areas. and as we saw in the past the u.s. helped having u.s. forces on the ground in 2006 and 2007 also recruiting these tribes in anbar is what allowed them to gain control of anbar at the time. and win back that province from al qaeda. so far, reluctance from the sunni tribes to join the fight, not all of them are joining the fight because of mistrust issues between the shia government. and they say they've heard the
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promises from the iraqi government to arm them in the past. and so far, they have not seen that happen john. >> thanks for that jomana. the u.s. making adjustments in the isis strike in the wake of ramadi's fall to the militant group. u.s. strategy is hinged on iraqi troops and local fighters standing up and stopping the isis advance. and that did not happen in ramadi. it is a failure some republicans are laying at the president's feet. >> we know that hope is not a strategy. the president's plan isn't working. it's time for him to come up with a real overreaching strategy to defeat the ongoing terrorist threat. >> i think even had there been no isis that it would have been far better for us to maintain some presence some troop presence in iraq for a much longer period of time. >> so what about a potential change in strategy?
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cnn's jim acosta has more from the white house. >> john and christine, the president met with his national security team on the battle with isis. the meeting was only scheduled to include defense secretary ash carter. but ended up involving every security official from the vice president to the cia director. meanwhile they're calling the capture of ramadi a quote, setback, they're not giving up on the formal review against isis. but aides are saying they're looking at options for what they're calling an iraqi-led mission to retake ramadi. on the bipartisan criticism of the white house strategy white house secretary josh earnest lashed out at all the second guessing. here's what he had to say. >> the thing is we have to decide what all the issues are going to be. are we going to light our hair on fire every time there's a
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setback with isil? or are we going to take back that responsibility to evaluate the steps necessary to change our strategy where we sustain setbacks? >> the white house is not indicating that any u.s. ground forces will be going into anbar province. instead, white house officials say the assistance will come in the form of air strikes in ramadi. earnest points to other battles in kobani and mt. sin jar where they raised questions about the president's strategy. as for ramadi it's the president's goal to see isis driven out of that city. john and christine. >> jim acosta at the white house. hillary clinton is now addressing questions about her e-mails during her tenure as secretary of state. at a campaign stop in iowa she urged the speedy release of the records. >> i have said repeatedly i want those e-mails out. nobody has a bigger interest in getting them released than i do. i respect the state department. they have their process that
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they do for everybody, not just for me. but anything that they might do to expedite that process, i hartley support. >> it's remarkable she was answering questions at all. it's been sometime since the secretary of state has taken gress reporters. it comes after a federal judge rejected the proposal to release 55,000 e-mails by next january. the judge said the department will be releasing e-mails in batches. also this morning, "the wall street journal," of course that when mrs. clinton was secretary of state, her staff scrutinized and sometimes blocked sensitive documents that were requested as public records. wisconsin governor scott walker has still not revealed his presidential intentions but he appeared to be in full campaign mode during a visit to capitol hill. walker was courting house republicans, show indication his gubernatorial credentials and asking a group of lawmakers to imagine what they could do with
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a bold conservative in the white house. walker says he expects to announce his 2016 plans after june. >> he said he's the most scrutinized politician in america. there is new concern this morning about the health of vice president joe biden's beau. 46-year-old beau biden is being treated at a military hospital outside of washington, d.c. it is not known specifically what he is being treated for. but a source with knowledge of the biden family close to the biden family calls it quote, serious. in 2013 the former delaware attorney general had surgery for a brain lesion. three years earlier, he suffered a mild stroke. >> we wish him well. time for an early start on "your money" this morning. stocks barely moving but stocks a record territory. yesterday, the dow a closing record second in a row.
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big move from los angeles this morning, it's boosting its minimum wage to $15 an hour. law make-es in america's second largest city voted to boost the minimum wage. wages will start gradually rising next july. small businesses with fewer than 26 employees, they will get an extra year to phase in that had minimum wage increase. seattle and san francisco have already raised their minimums to $15 an hour. but los angeles the biggest city to do this. cities are rising wages as well. walmart the nation's biggest private employer started boosting pay in april. just yesterday, walmart blamed higher wages and stock sank 4%. new information on what may have caused a deadly biker brawl in texas. police identified the nine people who were killed.
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a bloody shoot-out between rival biker gangs in waco
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texas, may have been triggered by a minor parking lot incident. nine people were killed. 18 others wounds in what was absolute chaos at that twin peaks restaurant. police say a biker may have had his foot run over before bullets started flying. investigators have recovered dozens of weapons and still processing what is considered a huge crime 16. we get more from kyung lah in waco. >> reporter: good morning, christine and john investigators have continued to go car to car. what they're pulling automatic are even more weapons. we saw them pull out handgun, weapons and a bulletproof vest. 100 weapons, they say, that number now continuing to climb. meanwhile, a manhunt today ended up in a peaceful resolution. there were three suspects according to the sheriff's department that were released on a lower bond. their bond was set at $50,000
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because they weren't arrested here in this parking lot. they were arrested just outside the perimeter. when the police found out they had a lower bond their bond was revoked. there was a previous manhunt. those three suspects were brought in. their bond set at $1 million just like the other 170 suspects. and we're also learning more details from the police about how all of this began. they mentioned this started over a parking spot. well it may turn out that one of the bikers had his foot run over. that it could have started from something that simple. nine people killed according to a preliminary autopsy report. all of them killed with gunshot wounds. they were between the ages of 27 and 65. john christine. >> kyung lah for us in texas. new information about a mysterious washington, d.c. murder. four victims found dead in their
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burned out washington, d.c. home last week were reportedly held overnight by more than one attacker. sources tell us that whoever killed savvas savopoulos and his wife son and housekeeper knew a lot about them. investigators are using bloodhounds to track down whoever may have set it on fire. statements and court papers from the state's attorney office say gray was arrested before police even knew he had a knife. and they de didn't find the weapon until gray was handcuffed and nut a prone position. police lawyers maintain gray's arrest was proper because he possessed a weapon. an amtrak conductor is now suing the railroad for negligence. 33-year-old says he was taking a
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bathroom break when the train derailed. the conductor suffered a broken neck and back. he's one of five people hospitalized. and breaking overnight, the california coastline pipeline ruptured near santa barbara creating an oil slick that stretched for miles in that popular beach area. an estimated 21 million gallons of oil spilled. emergency crews looking to contain it and clean it up. the cruise ship norwegian "dawn" has been freed after running aground while trying to leave bermuda. it ran up on a coral reef. high tide helped to push it off the reef and into deeper water. 3500 passengers on board. no injuries are reported. they will inspect the cruise ship before it heads off to boston. new england patriots quarterback appealing his de48gate suspension. but his team will not.
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patriots owner robert kraft says the team will reluctantly accept its punishment from the nfl, berman. kraft saying he wants to see the deflate-gate that is going on he wants it to end. the patriots will forefeit a fourth round pick in 2016. happening here. my suspension is there's some kind of back room wink-wink, that he will drop their appeal and perhaps brady will have his suspension reduced some. i imagine it's somewhat in conjunction officially at least at least unofficially. new arrest this morning in a major london julyewel heist. the theft of possibly hundreds of millions of dollars. now weeks later, how police tracked down the suspect.
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north korea is warning other countries not to challenge north korea. recent developments has suggested that pyongyang does have the ability to shoot a nuclear missile. >> the pentagon said an iranian cargo ship flanked by two iranian warships is heading
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towards a port. accusing the iranians of supplying weapons to the houthi rebels in yemen. they will not allow them to expect the humanitarian ship. more than 400 migrants stranded at sea for months have been rescued by a flotilla of boats. they are the latest victims of a humanitarian crisis in southeast asia. the rescue comes after the foreign minister said quote, the country had given more than it should to help might go grant strands on boats. nine men ranging in ages from 43 to 76 arrested in connection with that brazen easter heist in london in comparison to a hollywood thriller. taking a major haul of valuables from safety government boxes. scotland yard saying large bags of money have been recovered. more than 200 suspects. happening now the largest
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auto recall ever -- not otter, i said otter. not like a beaver. it's a very big auto recall. 34 million vehicles in danger of having a deadly defect. we're live after the break.
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we showed these kids some items from a nearby store, whoa! but they didn't know they were all tobacco products. ooh this is cool. it smells like gum. yummy. this smells like strawberry. ooh, are these mints? with colorful packaging and fruit and candy flavors that kids love, who do you think tobacco companies are targeting? do we get to keep any?
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♪ the largest auto recall ever. takata recalling nearly 34 million vehicles. 1 in 7 cars on the road right now for a fault it air bag linked to five deaths and more than 100 injuries.
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we're live with what you need to know about your car this morning. terror gaining ground in iraq. is it time for the united states to change its strategy in the battle against isis? >> and new information on what could have caused that deadly biker gang brawl in texas, as police warn about future attacks. very latest ahead. that's unbelievable crime scene that they are still processing there. unbelievable. >> welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. great to see, it's 30 minutes past the hour. a huge recall of takata air bags nearly doubling in size. the japanese auto parts giant recalling air bags from 34 million vehicles. that is nearly 1 in every 7 vehicles in the united states. it is expected to be the biggest and most complicated consumer product recall in u.s. history. it will cost billions. and it will take years to complete. at least five deaths and dozens of injuries are tied to the
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fault air bags which can fire shrapnel to drivers' faces as they deploy. the recall affects dozens makes and models including bmws. the majority seem to be made by honda. cnn's will ripley is standing by live in tokyo with the very latest. good morning, will. >> hi john. we have continued to reach out to takata to try to not only confirm information, but to get an interview. to have them answer why it has taken so many years to now acknowledge what has been suspected by investigators for quite some time. that these air bags something in them was causing them to go bad. and minor accidents turned into deadly accidents. in one case there was a father hit with that shrapnel from an exploding air bag and he bled to death in front of his 17-year-old son. u.s. investigators despite the denials here in tokyo, they kept pushing forward, they kept investigating. and that is why you now have the
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largest auto recall in history. 34 million vehicles as you said 1 in 7 cars on the road. of course the u.s. government doing what it can. the nhtsa putting out this search tool you can type in your car's vin number to check to see if it's affected by this recall or any other in the last 15 years. you can, of course call your dealer and if there are car is affected and if it's safe to drive. >> it's no simpler than a make and model. it's complicated figuring out ho makes your air bags. there's going to be a lot of questions, will i imagine, by american drivers this morning. >> sure. and this is a company that has put air bags in a tremendous amount of vehicles. not only in the united states but around the world. that 34 million figure, that's for the u.s. alone. we're hearing possibly 53 million cars globally affected by this. that's a lot of people with potentially dangerous air bags. and they're still not exactly
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sure what causes this defect to take place. remember initially, they were talking about humidity. it's now obviously expanded beyond that but, yes, people need to get their air bags replaced. the going to take a long time and a lot of money to get it done. >> thank you very much will. turning to iraq where isis is capitalizing on its key city of capture of ramadi. watching new small-scale attacks in the east, the government-held khadibiya. the iraqi cabinet also reaffirm reaffirming its commitment to arming sunni tribesmen. the local officials felt that the shiite-dominated government failed to send support and weapons. cnn's jomana karadsheh is following the developments for us jomana. >> well, christine, as you say, the iraqi forces have managed to
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repeal small attacks of the city east of ramadi and fallujah. this at the same time as they're amassing troops east of ramadi. this is a cliengs of the security forces and members of the possibly mobilization units. these are volunteers but primarily made up of iranian-backed shia militias and some sunni fighters. we don't know when this counteroffense to try to happen. but it is going to be a very tough battle. not like we've seen in the past for example, with tikrit where iraqi sources managed to take that city within one month. anbar is a very complex place. the sectarian dynamics there. a lot of concern about the shia militias going into the sunni heartland. and if we look at the past and how anbar was gained back from al qaeda, it was with the presence of u.s. troops on the
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ground in 2006 and 2007. and also sunni tribes fighting alongside the u.s. military. something that might be more difficult this time. only a few sunni tribes are fighting isis. others are reluctant because they've had the promises to arm them in the past. they haven't seen that happen yet. and a lot of mistrust between the shia-led government. a very promising long fight, christine. the united states making adjustments to eye its isis strategy since ramadi fell to isis. officials say the president mike accelerate training and the weapons sale to sunni fighter, providing weapons to sunni fighters. u.s. strategy has hinged on iraqi troops and local fighters being able to stand up and stop the isis advance. that did not happen in ramadi it's a failure that some republicans are laying at the president's feet. >> we know that hope is not a
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strategy. the president's plan isn't working. it's time for him to come up with a real overarching strategy to defeat the ongoing terrorist threat. >> i think even had there been no isis that it would have been far better for us to maintain some presence some troop presence in iraq, for a much longer period evidence time. >> that's former defense secretary robert gates, the president's former defense secretary who is very critical of the administration's current policy. cnn's jim acosta has more from the white house. jim sfp. >> john and christine, the president met with his national security team on the battle with isis. the meeting was only supposed to include ash carter but ended up including every security official from the invited director of the cia. and a setback, officials say they're not conducting a formal review of the strategy for
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defeating isis but aide to the president say they are looking at options for supporting what they're calling an iraqi-led mission to retake ramadi. pressed repeatedly on the mounting bipartisan criticism of the president's strategy white house press secretary josh earnest lashed out at all of second guessing. here's what he had to say. >> thing is we have to decide what the approach to this issue is going to be. are we going to light our hair on fire every time there's a setback in the campaign against isil? or are we going to take very seriously our responsibility to evaluate those area where is we succeed. and valley wait the steps necessary to change our strategy where we sustained setbacks? >> the white house is not indicating that any u.s. ground forces will be going into anbar province. white house says it will come in the force of air strike positions in ramadi. earnest points to air strikes in kobani and mt. sinjar.
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as for ramadi the white house says the president's goal to see isis driven out of that city. john and christine. during a campaign stop in i, was hillary clinton addressing the controversy of her e-mails during her tenure as secretary of state. questions about her using a private e-mail account to the presidential campaign. clinton on tuesday urged a speedy release. >> i have said repeatedly i want those e-mails out. nobody has a bigger interest in getting them released than i do. i respect the state department they have their process that they do for everybody, not just for me. but anything that they might do to expedite that process i hartleyheart hard daly support. >> he's been talking to reporters, not people. >> reporters are people. i just want to clarify that. >> not all reporters are people. the clinton comments coming after the state department
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saying the department those e-mails. a "wall street journal" report said when clinton was secretary of state her staff scrutinized and sometimes blocked the release of political documents as publicly requested through the freedom of information act. i'm sure there's been a lot of foia requests for clinton documents. wisconsin governor scott walker still has not revealed his presidential intentions. at least not officially. but he certainly appears to be in full campaign mode. that's the story in the visit to capitol hill. the wisconsin governor is courting house republicans, showcasing his gubernatorial credentials. he's asked republican lawmakers to imagine what they could do with majorities in congress and what he calls a gold conservative in the white house. governor walker says he expects to announce his 2016 plans at the end of june. they're a mystery to no one. that will come after he finishes the wisconsin state budget.
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time for an early start to "your money." stocks hit a high. dow hit a record second in a row. four cancer charities called out as shams. the ftc is naming the cancer fund of america, cancer support services children's fund of america and the breast cancer society whose charities are run by members of the same extended family. the government says they kond donors out of $187 million in 2008 to 2012. they're accused of spending 97% of donations on private fund-raisers or themselves. that includes gym memberships, dating webships cruises. only 3% went to local cancer patients. breast cancer of america are being dissolve just because you want to do good always do your homework. >> right. and there are a lot of great charities.
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new information on what may have triggered a deadly biker gang fight. they're still processing that monster crime scene. more on that, after the break.
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a bloody shoot outbetween rival biker gangs in waco texas, may have been trigger bd a minor parking lot incident. nine people killed 18 others wounded in the chaos there. police say a biker might have had his foot run over right
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before the bullets started flying. investigators are recovering dozens of weapons and still processing the crime scene. let's get more from cnn's kyung lah in waco. >> reporter: good morning, john and christine investigators have continued to go car to car and what they are pullinging out are even more weapons. we saw them pulling out long rifles handguns even a bulletproof vest. this is adding to the cache of weapons they've already recovered here at the scene. so 100 weapons, they say. that number now continuing to climb. meanwhile, a manhunt today ended up in a peaceful resolution. there were three suspects according to the sheriff's department that were released on a lower bond. they're bond was set at $50,000 because they weren't arrested right here in this parking lot. they were arrested just outside the perimeter. but when the police figured out that they had a lower bond their bond was revoked. there was a brief manhunt. and then those three suspects
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were brought in. their bond now set at $1 million just like the other 170 suspects. and we're also learning more details by the police about how all of this began. they had mentioned this started over a parking spot. well it may turn out that one of the bikers had his foot run over. that it could have started from something that simple. nine people killed according to a preliminary autopsy report. all of them gilled with gunshot wounds. they were between the ages of 27 and 65. john christine. >> kyung lah, thank you for that. four murder victims found dead in their burned out washington, d.c. mansion last week were held overnight by more than one attacker. that's according to local television reports sources tell wry, whoever killed savvas savopoulos wife and 10-year-old son and housekeeper knew a lot about the family's day-to-day routine.
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meanwhile, police have released video of the family's porsche, it was found burning in the parking lot of a maryland church. again, the killer or killers is still on the loose. prosecutors in baltimore are releasing new details to support their position that the arrest of freddie gray was illegal. statements and court papers from the state's attorney's office say that gray was arrest brd police even knew he had a knife at all. and they did not find gray until he was handcuffed and placed in a prone position. police lawyers say gray's arrest was proper because he possessed an illegal weapon. a pair of twisters touched down in texas. take a look at this video taken from this car in the town of mineral wells. you can see the funnel cloud in the distance. this is the aftermath. you see parts of the town ripped to shreds. one person hurt when a tornado touched down east of austin.
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that twister caused pretty bad damage in the town of gidings. listen to folks who experienced it first hand. >> i saw the roof peeling off flying through the air. that's when we knew we had to get inside. >> i heard stuff flying around. i thought it was hail. then i saw a piece of tin fly by. not ever being in one or on one, pretty scary. >> there is more severe weather on tap for today. let's bring in meteorologist pedram javaheri for that. >> hey, john and christine, let's start you off across the northern tier of the country. how about these temperatures midwinter causing some of these. about 27 10 degrees below average this morning chicago is 44 degrees, also 0 on the cold side but not unheard of to see freeze threats watches add warnings across the northern great lakes and northern tier of the country. to the south, severe weather, across west technicals it sunny skies come back along areas of
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the east. look at dallas the big story there has been 21 inches or so of rainfall. those come down 6 1/2 is what is considered normal. dallas only 21 inches in all of 2014. of course tornadoes across this region on tuesday. 27 of them on tuesday. 27 of them coming out of texas and oklahoma. the threat considerably high especially south of oklahoma city. hearings the map, large hail. san angelo working et cetera way from far texas in the the next 24 hours. a new arrest this morning in this elaborate london jewel heist. we're live with the details right after the break.
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all right. big news in one of the most high-profile heists the world has seen in some time. nine men have now been arrested in connection with this brazen jewel heist in london's jewelry quarter. hundreds of millions of dollars of jewels and valuables lifted from safety deposit boxes but now there are arrests. cnn's max foster with the latest from london. good morning, max. >> hi. yeah what the interesting about this is the ages of the men arrested. nine of them all between the ages of 43 and 76. so the tabloids are making light of this saying diamond-old geezers and you've got the son
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as well diamond-wheezers they went for. they're pointing out three suspects are pensioners with a combined age of 533. which is remarkable when you see how this is a very old-school type burglary where they burrowed through a wall to through these safety boston boxes. and the suspects are at trial, or been arrested in relation to theft, which is upwards around $300 million worth of jewelry in the safety government boxes from that jewelry quarter and small businesses who are actually furious this has happened, of course. you can see there, the leftovers of what happened there. these guys are being questioned still today. the latest update from police is that they've been kept in. john this is an extraordinary raid 200 police officers several adjusters in and around london so a big operation. an alarm went off at the time
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when this was going on. and they didn't go along to check it out. that's why they're taking this so seriously now, john. >> and max, when it happened it actually happened over several hour maybe even days. perhaps they didn't need to be young to pull it off. they could move at their own pace. max foster in london. >> you say old age, i say experience. news about banks bad news with the price manipulating the key interest rate. that's next.
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all right. good morning, i'm christine romans. let's get an early start on "your money."
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another day, another record. the dow inched up 13 points yesterday with stocks high that's enough for a record-high close. the second day in a row for the dow. good for your portfolio. netflix, it's never been as high. 80% this year. a lot of household names have really soared. ubs paying more than $500 million in fines to the u.s. government for manipulating markets. ubs will plead guilty to fraud and pay a $203 million fine for venture rate. the bank will also paid $42 million to the federal research related to its foreign exchange commission. the justice department expected to announce similar agreements. the st. louis federal reserve website hacked. visitors in late april were redirected to a phony site looking exactly like the st. louis fed. they were lured to an official looking site.
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when they attempts to login there, experts could get their user names and passwords. "early start" continues right now. the largest auto recall ever carrying air bags. takata admitting. finally admitting its product is defective. can be linked to five deaths and more than 100 injuries we're live with what you need to know this morning. does the white house need a new strategy to fight isis? isis gaining new ground in iraq. we're live there with the latest. and information on what may have caused a deadly biker gang brawl in texas. good morning, welcome to "early start." nice to see you, everybody. i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it's wednesday, may 20th 5:00 a.m. in the east. developing this morning a huge recall of takata air bags nearly doubling in size. the japanese auto giant is

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