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government and the government is pointing the finger at the chinese. the man boston police say planned to behead an activist communicated online by the terror group. new details emerge why police could no longer wait to take action. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> it is great to see you. i'm john berman. it is friday june 5th. all over the country. developing overnight, what could be the biggest government hack ever and major international complyications complications. federal officials say nearly every u.s. agency was hit effecting up to 4 million current and former employees of the executive branch. personal information stolen including social security numbers. the most important detail of all may be the source of the hack. investigators believe it originated within the chinese
government. cnn white house correspondent michelle kosinski has the latest. >> reporter: we are hearing from the office of personnel management that this enormous hack has happened. possibly the biggest government hack we have seen. effecting up to 4 million former and current government employees who may have had their personal information accessed. this office of personnel is the hr department of the federal government. they were actually trying to update their cyber security when they realized in april that it looked like an incursion happened. we know more detail about this. those employees are being contacted. there's reports out there that this could have come from china. for now, the white house is not commenting on that. the federal government has just been plagued by these attacks, especially in the past year. we heard about the white house and state department computers accessed. just in the last week some 100,000 americans had their personal tax information accessed within the irs.
that hack supposedly originated from russia. that is what u.s. officials believe. both china and russia have been suspected in numerous hacks in the past. some of the cases, it is thought that the governments were behind them. as for china, u.s. officials believe an element within the chinese army is planning and launching cyber attacks. it is unclear if that is the case here. we expect to hear more in coming days. john and christine. >> thanks michelle. another detail about the chinese involvement. investigators believe workers for the chinese military are compiling a database of americans information. it is not clear the purpose of the database is. the chinese government is denying claims. the embassy says cyber attacks across countries are hard to track. jumping to conclusions and making hypothetical accusations
is not responsible and counter productive. there are a lot of things including the disputed islands in the south china sea. surveillance flights. the chinese and u.s. with the bristling relationship. new details about the boston area suspects who authorities say were initially plotting to behead pamela geller before turning attention to police. officials say one of the men involved in the plot was encouraged to launch an attack by people overseas connected to isis. we are also learning more about why police moved in when they did to question this man, usaama rahim. was that approach that ended with officers shooting rahim dead. officials knew from wire taps that rahim called his father earlier to say his good-byes. that triggered alarm among the investigators who were following him. from boston pamela brown has
the latest. >> reporter: john and christine, we were learning more about the role isis played with the boston terror plots. the plot to behead pamela geller in new york and law enforcement in massachusetts. according to u.s. officials, one of the three men involved with the conspiracy allegedly had been in contact with known isis terrorists overseas. that contact happened through social media, we're told. the men believed that they were acting on behalf of isis. however, the family of one of the men usaama rahim, shot and killed bill police on tuesday, said it is news to them that he had anything to do with isis. here is what their attorney had to say. >> the family is aware of various media reports that suggest that usaama rahim had been radicalized by isil. that comes as an absolute surprise to the family. they had not perceived any conduct or change in demeanor.
>> reporter: we are learning from the boston police commissioner william evans that rahim was put under 24/7 surveillance ten days ago. that is when he apparently bought the three knives on amazon.com. authorities were growing concerned that he was becoming operational operational. on tuesday, there was a heightened concern because they believed he may be boarding a bus with one of the knives and launch an attack. that is why we're told the officials approached him in the parking lot. >> and usaama rahim's brother is backing off his initial claim that officers shot rahim in the back. police showed the security video of the shooting to rahim's family. after seeing that the brother admitted his posts were wrong. he did tell cnn's erin burnett the family is still not convinced that rahim had links to isis. >> of course we dispute it. we don't know that to be a fact
about him. as his relatives, we are a muslim-american community. i think you have to start speaking more about the muslims of america and not the muslims in syria who don't like america. speak about the muslims who live here and love america. that's me. that's the rahim family. >> of course stories of isis success recruiting fighters and lone wolves on social media are widespread. now one story of a social media disaster for isis. a top air force general revealed that isis propagandists revealed the location of the headquarters building and coalition bombers blew it up hours later. we have nick paton walsh with the latest on this story. good morning, nick. >> reporter: the u.s. here i think, are desperate for good news in iraq. they have chosen to highlight this instance it appears where
air force commander stated as a moron who took a picture of himself outside an isis headquarters. we don't know if they worked out if that was a headquarters. sometimes you can forget to turn off the geo tagging on your smartphone and topography. either way, 22 hours later we are told that $60,000 of ammunitions were taken into account to explode the building. this is one in which they show the instability of isis shows them to be targeted. this comes after a bad week for the coalition. the state department officials saying 10,000 isis fighters have been taken off the battle field. and it turns out as high as 13,000 according to the tally that the air force stated.
that figure itself is stating is this a tally of discusssuccess? also, signs of issues around ramadi where security forces were gathering for a counter attack. isis switched off the dam depriving the area of vitally needed water. many were hoping we would see success in the early stages of the campaign to get anbar back from isis. instead, we could have the opposite. >> nick thanks so much. new this morning, the death toll is climbing following monday's cruise ship disaster on the yangtze river in china. the "eastern star" is turned upright. all hope of finding anyone alive is all but gone. chinese officials say a total of 97 bodies have been found. just 14 people rescued.
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force of the winds. he was not hurt and no other injuries were reported. more severe weather ahead for the sendcentral plains. let's bring in derek van dam for the look at the weather. >> good morning, john and christine. we have severe weather in the plains and rockies and stretching to the midwest. we have a warm weather trend in store across texas. cool along the east coast. including the mid-atlantic states. there is a warming trend in store. more on that in a second. here is the chance of severe weather. large hail and damaging winds. that includes the northeastern sections of colorado just outside of the denver region. we could pick up pockets of 1 to 3 inches of rain in the slow moving thunderstorms across portions of nebraska and into south dakota. that stretches east again toward missouri and iowa. here is the set up. low pressure system just east of the rockies funneling in the
thunderstorms as it makes its way to the mountainous region. across the east coast, warming up nicely by saturday and sunday into new york city. thanks derek. and for wearing that combination. the mystery causing tension in northern colorado. tension and fear. three people gunned down in the last two months. at least two of the shootings linked. the latest on the investigation. there is fear there could be a serial shooter on the loose. that's next. get mplete bal nutrition of ensure. with nine grams of protein... and 26 vitamins and minerals. and now with... ...twice as much vitamin d ...which up to 90% of people don't get enough of. the sunshine vitamin! ensure. take life in. here's a little healthy advice. eat well live well, and take of what makes you you. right down to your skin with aveeno® aveeno® daily moisturizing lotion
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this is the street where the latest victim was shot. he was a few blocks from his house when he was gunned down. authorities are not saying there is a firm link to the other shootings, only there is a like ns. a task force is investigating whether or not there is a connection. this is the third shooting in the past weeks. a 20-year-old woman shot in the neck and survived. a month later, a 48-year-old man shot along the country road. his bike found nearby. the shootings were committed by the same person. authorities are not releasing anymore information. the question is whether the same person is responsible for the third shooting. john and christine. >> thanks dan. american pharoah has the triple crown in his sights.
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developing overnight, personal information of millions of americans stolen in a daring hack of u.s. government computers. officials putting the blame on china. what could beijing be planning to do with all of that data? the man killed by boston police for allegedly plotting a terror attack was urged to carry out his plot by isis. new details emerging about the
suspect and the phone call and what forced police to move in. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. millions are scrambling to check their bank statements after every u.s. agency hit with up to 4 million of current and former employees were hacked. investigators believe that hack originated with the chinese government. cnn's michelle kosinski has latest. >> reporter: john and christine, we are hearing from the office of personnel management that this enormous hack has happened possibly the biggest government hack we have seen. affecting up to 4 million former and current government employees who may have had their personal information accessed.
they were updating the cyber security when it looked like an incursion happened. we know more detail about this and employees are contacted. reports out there this could have come from china. for now, the white house is not commenting on that. the federal government has been plagued by the attacks. especially in the past year. we heard about the white house and state department computers accessed. just in the last week 100,000 americans had personal tax information hacked from the irs. both china and russia have been suspected in numerous hacks in the past. in some of the cases, it is thought the governments were behind them. as for china, u.s. over officials believe an element within the chinese army launching cyber attacks. it is unclear if that is the case here. we expect to hear more in coming
days. john and christine. >> thanks michelle. officials tell cnn investigators believe hackers working for the chinese military are compiling a huge database of americans information. it is not clear what the purpose of that database is. the chinese government is rejecting the claims it is behind the cyber attacks. that is what it does. the embassy says cyber attacks conducted across countries are hard to track and the source of attacks is difficult to identify. jumping to conclusions and making acquisitionkccusations is not clear. >> this is not clear about the identity theft. >> this is not typical espionage. >> just outright stealing of intellectual property. this is a different flavor. experts have said they can see
there are hacks that originate from the people's liberation army. chinese always deny it. new details in the boston area suspects that authorities say were plotting to behead pamela geller before turning to police. one of the men was encouraged to launch an attack overseas by men connected to isis. we are learning more about why law enforcement moved in when they did to question usaama rahim. officials knew from a wire tap that rahim called his father earlier to say good-bye. pamela brown has the latest from boston. >> reporter: john and christine, we are learning more about the terror plot. the plot to behead pamela geller and a second plot to carry out an attack with the law enforcement in boston.
the contact with known terrorists overseas happened by social media. the men believed they were acting on behalf of isis. however, the family of one of the men usaama rahim, shot and killed by police on tuesday, said it is news to them that he had anything to do with isis. here's what their attorney had to say. >> the family of course is aware of various media reports that suggest that usaama rahim had been radicalized by isil. that comes as an absolute surprise to the family. they had not perceived any conduct or change. >> reporter: we are learning from william evans that rahim was put under 24/7 surveillance ten days ago. authorities were growing concerned he was becoming operational and apparently on tuesday, there was a heightened concern because they believed he may be boarding a bus with one
of the knives and launch an attack. that is why we're told the five officials approached him in the parking lot. >> pamela brown. usaama rahim's brother backing off his initial claim that officers shot rahim in the back after police screened security video for rahim's family. he tells erin burnett they are still not convinced that rahim had links to isis. >> we don't know that to be a fact about usaama rahim. we are a muslim-american community. you know i think you have to start speaking more about the muslims of america and not the muslims in syria who are doing bad things who don't like america. speak about the muslims who actually live here and love america. that's me. >> new this morning, a remarkable setback for isis.
a top air force general revealed that one prop beganganbegan prop began difficulty revealed an isis headquarters. we have the latest from nick paton walsh. >> reporter: this looks like good news given the torrent of bad news that iraq was yielding in the past weeks. this as air force commander stating what they call a moron of a building and they were able to use the geo tagging which you can leave on your device or geo location. but 22 hours after the post three explosives slammed into the building. one success story there
highlighting after days in which the state department said 10,000 isis killed since the start of the campaign. the air force says it is 13,000. it is mute how they tabulate it. the u.s. should publicize the body count. this is their way of stating success, but what we see on the ground is opposite. ramadi still in isis hands despite the campaign launched weeks ago. now cutting off the ramadi dam outside the town and starving areas downstream to the south of vitally needed water of the security forces needed for the counter attack and the sunni civilians. the baghdad government is supposed to be protecting. john. >> you make a great point, nick. the strategy of isis insofar as it exists seems to be working. nick thanks so much. breaking this morning, about
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in late april, a 20-year-old woman shot in her car. she was shot in the neck and survived. a month later, a 48-year-old man shot along the country road. his bicycle found nearby. authorities say those shootings were committed by the same person. both victims shot twice, but not revealing anymore similarities in terms of what happened in the shootings. the question is whether the same person may be responsible for the third shooting. john and christine, back to you. dan simon, thank you. let's look at what is coming up on "new day." chris cuomo joins us. >> hello. the u.s. government hacked but like never before. you hear the stories. the personal information of 4 million former and current federal workers compromised. you don't know it was taken or why it was taken. they know the number that is at risk. who do they think did it? the government thinks china did it. we will get reaction from
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welcome back. i'm christine romans. let's get an early start on your money. friday edition stocks lower. european and asian stocks lower. greece will not make a loan payment due today. pushing it off hoping creditors will agree to more bailout funds. u.s. stock futures barely budging. the may jobs report is due out in three hours. facebook rolling out a
stripped down version of its app. facebook lite will bring access to essentials. news feeds and status notifications. it will rollout in africa and latin america in a few weeks. yahoo! maps shutting down. in a blog post, the eight year old service will be discontinued. yahoo! maps is under competition from apple maps and google maps. marissa meyer is focusing on the stream lined businesses. you can fold up in a bunch of pieces and you know, it doesn't need a battery. it is called a map. yahoo! maps. millions of federal employees hacked in a breach of government computers. unprecedented and the u.s. is pointing the finger at china.
"new day" picks up the story now. possibly the biggest government hack we have seen. >> the breach could affect every agency in the united states. >> the reality of it is you cannot prevent the attacks. you have to learn to detect them. >> we knew the urgency was there. we had to get to him. >> one of the three men allegedly involved had been communicating online with known isis members. >> we don't very facts to go on. we have allegations. >> beau had an extraordinary heart. >> our children live in a safer state. >> beau i love you. i'm so proud of you. >> announcer: this is "new day." with chris cuomo and alisyn we have a big story for you. what could be the biggest hack of government data ever.
who did it? the u.s. is pointing directly at china. >> china, already rejecting those allegations they are responsible for the massive attack this as new information reveals the nsa has been hunting hackers by expanding spying on americans. we have both stories covered at every angle. let's begin with mrs. jones. >> even the irs, and now this. as the investigation continues, we know president obama has been briefed on what could be the biggest government breach in history. this morning the u.s. government is struggling to assess the damage. officials revealing the biggest cyber attack on the u.s. government ever reaching their