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i say you are not bill gates. >> if you are mark zuckerberg or bill gates, drop out. "early start" continues right now. >> developing overnight, a domestic terror plot. the suspect killed in boston. authorities say he had plans to attack the woman behind the contest to draw the prophet muhammad. pamela geller's response moments away. isis tightening the grip on the key iraqi city despite the attempts to get it back. they are now cutting off the water supply. what can be done to help the people in that country? details ahead. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. law enforcement this morning,
say the man shot by the officers in boston who came at them with a knife was planning to behead an activist. 26-year-old usaama rahim changed his mind and decided to go on a rampage against police instead. we have more from pamela brown in boston. >> reporter: john and christine we have learned that the terrorism suspect killed in boston on tuesday morning, usaama rahim, a second suspect arrested david wright and a third individual allegedly met on a beach in rhode island this sunday to talk about the plan to go to new york and behead pamela geller. she is the figure who organized the contest to draw the prophet muhammad. they wanted to go and behead her and allegedly, according to authorities, rahim changed his mind and called his friend david wright and said he did not want to wait to go to new york and he
wanted to do something in boston and kill police officers. it is unclear how he planned to attack him. according to the documents, he said he wanted to target and go after the boys in blue. he said yes, i'm going to be on vacation right here in massachusetts. i'm just going to go after the boys in blue. according to the court documents. again, he was killed after he was approached in a parking lot by police officials and he allegedly had a military-style knife on him. officials say he lunged at them and they opened fire. we know the other suspect appeared in court. he is facing conspiracy charges for attempting to destroy rahim's cell phone as part of the investigation. the investigation is still active and fbi is still looking for any other associates tied to the group. john and christine. >> pamela brown in boston, thank you. the blogger who law enforcement sources say pamela geller was
the original source. she believes she was targeted for violating sharia blasphemy laws. she said they need to kill everyone who doesn't do their bidding. >> it won't end with me no matter what happens to me or the cops. this is just the beginning. the one thing that's being ignored that came out of garland, texas, isis is here. islamic terrorism is here. now will the media realize what's at stake and their heads are next or will they continue to target me because they hate my message of freedom. that's the question. >> geller will be back on cnn later this morning on "new day" in the 8:00 hour. new developments in the fight against isis in iraq. there is significant push back after a top state department official said the u.s.-led coalition has killed more than 10,000 isis fighters in the last nine months.
that claim came from deputy secretary of state tony blincon. that is over the large number of isis fighters killed recently. the effects are starting to be felt in iraq over the latest con quest. they took over ramadi and shutoff a major dam cutting off the water supply to a big chunk of the country. that could spell humanitarian crisis for civilians there. let's get the latest from correspondent ben wedeman. >> reporter: john according to the iraqi officials, isis has closed off the dam on the euphrates river passing through ramadi which fell on the 17th of may. that means millions of people living downstream from ramadi are at threat of having no drinking water or water for agriculture. that really is just one of a series of catastrophes facing
iraq. we heard from the u.n. this morning that they are appealing for $497 million to provide assistance to the more than 3 million iraqis who have been made homeless by the war. in addition they are supporting around 8 million people who need assistance simply to survive. they expect that number to rise to 10 million by the end of this year. regarding this uproar over the numbers of isis killed according to tony blincon, the u.s. deputy secretary of state. some say how could they have this number given the lack of reliable intelligence on the ground. back in january, the u.s. ambassador said the number of isis killed was about 6,000. the question is how is that number jumping so high? there are many people who have
problems with what is essentially a body count which is reminiscent of the body counts reported by the u.s. military in vietnam which was used as a standard for progress. of course when you look for progress in the situation in iraq and syria, it is a bit hard to find at the moment. john. >> that is right. ben wedeman, the pentagon is get anything trouble for that for generations. that is why officials were upset that the state department leaked it yesterday. baltimore police are looking at new safety measures for the fleet of prisoner transport vans. the changes come following the death of freddie gray. the changes include installing cameras and gps and harnesses. the police commissioner is asking for more resources to combat the spike in crime.
we have miguel marquez with more. >> reporter: this is high stakes for the commissioner anthony batts. he had a press conference with a slew of officials, mostly from the government. he said this is his effort to bring the level of crime down. baltimore has seen high levels of crime, in particular since the riots over the death of freddie gray. the murder rate for the year is up 40% at 119 murders right now. in may, the deadliest month. 43 dead in baltimore in may. the police commissioner saying much of the violence is driven by the pharmacies. 27 pharmacies robbed along the businesses looted and robbed during the riots. the prescription drugs is fuelling the violence. >> nothing is more important than the sanctity of human life
within this city. mere numbers miss the point. we're talking about people. these are not numbers. these are human beings who lost their lives on the streets of baltimore. we are aggressive in our crime fight using all of the resources that are available to us. this is all hands on deck. >> reporter: despite it is an all hands on deck effort noticeably missing from the press conference was anybody from baltimore city's mayor's office or the city's state attorney office. maybe not surprising on that latter point as marilyn mosby, the state's attorney is going after and trying six officers in the death of freddie gray. the commissioner is bringing in extra forces to bring the crime rate down. john. >> miguel marquez, thanks. the investigation into the
shooting death of 12-year-old tamir rice is in the hands of the grand jury. rice was playing with a pellet gun near a park near his home when officer timothy lohman shot the fatal shot. and michael brello will be arraigned following his arrest in the drunken brawl with his twin brother. this happened days after the fatal shooting of the couple in cleveland. the officer and his brother facing assault charges. why the two were fighting is not known. the anthrax crisis at the pentagon is growing. live anthrax spores were sent to as many as 51 labs in 17 states and d.c. and three countries. they expect the numbers to go up as the investigation goes on. more than 400 batches are tested and four contain live anthrax.
the pentagon says there are no cases of infections and insist there is is no threat to public health. >> what a mess. a former texas governor rick perry is set to toss his stetson into the presidential race. perry will announce his second bid for the white house today in addison, texas. the web site is already live. perry is the tenth candidate vying for the republican nomination. ten official but there are a bunch of others refusing to say they are running. on the democratic side lincoln chafee is the third challenger to hillary clinton. the former rhode island and former republican will launch on wednesday. he has a unique proposal for global relations. have the u.s. adopt the metric system. did not work out well last time. >> good luck with that. republican contender ted cruz has apologized for a joke
about vice president biden. the vice president grieving over the loss of his son beau. speaking at a dinner in michigan, cruz poked fun at died for his gaffes. he said biden, you know the nice thing, you don't need a punch line. honestly it works. the next party you are at walk you were and say joe biden and close your mouth. they will crack up laughing. a lot of outrage over the timing. cruz did post an apology. saying it was a mistake to use an old joke about biden during his time of grief. the loss of his son is heart breaking and tragic. our prayers are with the vice president and his family. time for an early start on your money. u.s. stock futures lower. global bond prices are sinking. yields are moving up. that is hurting the stocks.
yesterday, the dow climbed 64. the big business story this morning, t-mobile and dish network in merger talks. combining the second largest satellite provider with the fourth largest wireless carrier. dish does not have the cellular network to put them on. it could add subscribers. folks, if you are keeping score, a lot of consolidation in tell communications. a chance for severe storms including large hail and tornadoes in the central plains. let's go to meteorologist ivan cabrera with an early look at the forecast. >> john and christine, another round of severe storms this afternoon. damaging wind potential and torrential rain and the potential for tornadoes as well. we will watch this closely along the boundary here. let's focus in on what we are thinking. the highest risk omaha and
kansas city. the enhanced area in orange for the damaging storms by later this afternoon. let's track this for you. watch the clock here. by the time we get to 2:00 to 3:00 you see the line of storms rolling through kansas city with the potential of strong winds in excess of 60 miles an hour. you don't need the winds to spin to get some damage here. there is the potential for tornadoes as well. we will watch that closely. other story we have been talking about, no severe weather, but the cool temperatures impacting the northeast. as you know temperatures in new york are getting above 70 degrees. by the time we get to saturday pushing 80 degrees. that will feel fantastic. temperatures in boston warming up for the weekend. thank you ivan. the clock is ticking in china looking for survivors on the yangtze river. we will take you to the search site. we have a live report right after the break.
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right now, crews are cutting holes in the overturned hull of the cruise ship on the yangtze river. it has been three days since the ship sank. the body count is at 66. hope that anyone can be found alive is all but gone. cnn's david mckenzie has the latest on the efforts. david. >> reporter: christine, certainly it is search efforts that continue but hope is fading fast. we will be able to get close to the search efforts when we saw people on the hull getting inside the hull and cutting into the hull to try to find anyone who might still be alive. there is a sense that this is moving to a different phase. that after three days nearly some 300 people who are still missing that the hope is fading fast for them.
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developing overnight, new information about the man killed by boston police and a joint terror task force in boston. the target or a target he had in mind. he was looking at the woman who planned the contest to draw cartoons of the prophet muhammad. what pamela geller has to say coming up. and isis using water as a weapon. the terrorists tightening the hold on the key city of ramadi. they are cutting the water flow
to areas supporting the government. can the atrocity be stopped before a bigger humanitarian crisis ensues? welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. new this morning, we have new information about the terror suspect killed in boston. the man officials say came at them with a knife. usaama rahim once had a plot to behead the controversial activist. the 26-year-old changed his mind and decided to target police instead. let's get the latest from pamela brown in boston. >> reporter: john and christine, we learned the terrorism suspect killed in boston tuesday morning, usaama rahim, a second suspect arrested david wright and a third individual met on the beach in rhode island planned to go new york and behead pamela geller.
she organized the event in garland, texas. they wanted to go there and behead her as part of the plot and according to authorities, rahim changed his mind and called david wright and said he did not want to wait to go to new york and wanted to do something in boston and kill police officers. it is unclear exactly how he planned to attack. according to the documents, he said that he wanted to target and go after the boys in blue. he said yes i'm going to be on vacation here in massachusetts. i'm just going to go after the boys in blue. according to the court documents. again, he was killed after he was approached in a parking lot by police officials and he allegedly had a military-style knife on him. officials say he lunged at them and they opened fire. we know the other suspect appeared in court facing conspiracy charges for
attempting to destroy rahim's cell phone as part of the investigation. the investigation is still active and the fbi is still looking for any other associates who may be tied to the group. john and christine. >> pamela thank you. the activist who law enforcement say was rahim's original target she is responding this morning. pamela geller telling erin burnet she was targeted for violating sharia blasphemy laws. >> it won't end with me no matter what happens to me or the cops. this is just the beginning. the one thing that's been ignored that came out of garland, texas is that isis is here. islamic terrorism is here. will the media realize what's at stake and their heads are next or will they continue to target me because they hate my message of freedom. that's the question. >> geller will speak with "new
day" live at the 8:00 a.m. eastern hour. new developments in the battle against isis in iraq. the push back after the top official says the u.s.-led coalition states they killed more than 10,000 isis fighters in the past ten months. u.s. deputy secretary of state tony blinken states. a dam shut down in ramadi. the ensueing crisis will give isis an advantage. we have ben wedeman joining me with the latest. ben, the control of the dam in ramadi much like the oil fields shows how strategic isis has been to really try to choke off the iraqi government. >> reporter: certainly after may 17th when they took ramadi this additional step of cutting
off the flow of the euphrates river passing through ramadi poses a problem. there are millions of iraqis who live downstream from the euphrates in ramadi. they are threatened with losing their drinking water and water for agriculture as well. certainly this is yet another headache for the iraqi authorities. going back to the controversy about what tony blinken is saying that more than 10,000 isis fighters have been killed within the last year that has, as you said caused a lot of push back by the pentagon and many others. back in january, stuart jones, the u.s. ambassador to iraq says 6,000 isis fighters had been killed. this caused discomfort among pentagon officials who worry this is the body counts like used to be put out by u.s.
officials during the vietnam war. now, a, the question over the death toll risen from 6,000 to 10,000 in just five months. where are they getting the intel intelligence because there has been the lack of reliable intelligence on the ground. of course, the question is how do you measure progress? is it death count or territory? what we have seen yes, isis lost about 25% of its territory, but in the last month, it has taken two more than cities. palmyra in syria and ramadi in iraq. christine. >> of course all of that discussion about 10,000 body count came up in paris at a conference to talk about how to fight isis and how to win. that's the context. thank you, ben wedeman. this morning, baltimore is looking for new safety measures for the transport vans.
these changes come following the death of freddie gray in police custody. the changes are gps and shoulder harnesses along with cameras. police commissioner anthony batts is asking for federal resources to combat the spike in crime rate. >> nothing is more important than the sanctity of human life within this city. mere numbers miss the point. we're talking about people. these are not numbers. these are human beings who have lost their lives on the streets of baltimore. we are aggressive in our crime fight using all of the resources that are available to us. >> batts blames the 40% jump in murder rate in the influx of drugs in baltimore that were stolen during the unrest following the death of freddie gray. the investigation into the shooting death of tamir rice last fall. that investigation into the
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an old joke about biden during his time of grief. i apologize. the loss of his son is heart breaking and tragic. >> our prayers are with the vice president, too. that was not fair to joke about him at this time. let's get an early start on your money. bond prices sinking and bond yields are climbing. european stocks are lower. greece negotiating with the creditors ahead of the debt deadline. in the near future humans will be artificially intelligent. by the year 2030 our brains will connect to the cloud and computers will supplement our intelligence. we will back up our brains. these predictions sound out there. the google executive correctly predicted the future before. in the '90s, he found the portable computers. >> for some of us it is
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about the enhanced area of severe storms with damaging winds. large hail with the updrafts here and the potential for isolated tornadoes. we will watch that from omaha to kansas city. by the time we get to 2:00 to 4:00 the storms will be strongest. we will watch the radar and keep you posted. john and christine. thank you, ivan. the host nations for two world cup tournaments sold to the highest bidder? they were if you believe testimony from the whistleblower in the fifa takedown. details on the investigation ahead.
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duggar parents from "19 kids and counting" are breaking their silence of their son josh molesting underage girls when he was a teenager. >> jim bob and michelle sat down with megan kelly. senior correspondent brian stelter is here with more. how did the couple do last night in explaining what happened here? >> they expressed contrition and expressed healing. that will help the fans who wanted to hear from them ever since the scandal erupted in the
pages of "in touch." the overwhelming reaction is the family is trying to minimalize it. it seemed to downplay the molestation. >> they tried to explain and it is uncomfortable to talk about. it was touching above the clothes. most of it was. only some of it was below. there is some level of justification. >> and to focus on the improper touching. the father says it was not rape. i understand he is trying to explain what it was not. the idea it was improper touching strikes some people as incomplete. >> that is questionable. what don't we know? >> the big question for the family is that josh's story, he has not spoken about this except in a brief facebook post. we heard very little from the victims. four of the victims were daughters in the family. we heard very little.
fox is teasing that for later in the week. that is an untold part of the story. we don't know what tlc will do. they have a hit reality show. the show is off the air. we will see if tlc will resume production. >> the family put themselves out there for the world to see and opinions or their take of morality. we get a glimpse inside. that is why this is so uncomefort uncomfortable uncomfortable. >> people wonder how can you take care of 19 kids. that is the sub text of the reality show. i think that question comes forward when you hear a case like this. the parents say they felt like failures when they heard of the molestation. it was heart breaking and important to hear their perspective. this story will go for a while and make it harder for the show to return. >> brian, thank you. what is the secret to wealth
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i'm christine romans. let's get an early start on money. european stocks lower. all down 1%. greece still not reached a deal with creditors ahead of the debt deadline. bond prices are sinking. yields are climbing. that is hurting stocks around the world. he is the world's richest man and doesn't have a degree. bill gates advice go to college and graduate. he dropped out of harvard in 1975. he founded microsoft. he said he got lucky. getting a degree is a surer path to success. 59% of students who start college do not graduate. that is a bad investment. >> stay in school. stunning details in the terror plot foiled in boston. the suspect targeting a well known activist. "new day" picks up the story.
boston terror suspect. >> she organized the prophet muhammad cartoon contest in garland garland. >> it won't end with me. this is just beginning. >> police commissioner saying the violence driven by the pharmacies robbed. >> criminals are selling the stolen drugs. i'm submitting a request to ask for more federal agents to assist us in the battle. >> we have the power to make our country new again. >> former texas governor rick perry ready to toss his stetson into the race. >> josh has done some very bad things. >> we're victims. they can't do this to us. he's very sorry. this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> good morning. it is 6:00 in the east.
we have new information for out the plot in boston. federal authorities now say the terror suspect was shot dead by cops when he came at them with a knife. was planning on beheading. he >> authorities say they have the suspect and the two of his associates under 24-hour surveillance. federal officials say their disturbing plot included want to behead the one who organized the cartoon contest in garland, texas. he's begin with alexander fields. she's life in boston. a lot of information has come out overnight. what do we know today? >> reporter: at this point we know why police decided to move in on usaama rahim. it doesn't just that his behavior had changed, his plans changed. court comes reveal he