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the news continues right now. let's turn things over for christine romans and dave briggs for "early start." scary to see people running and have them running into your class. and then, like, somebody's on campus. >> another school shooting and a community changed forever. five students shot, two killed, when a classmate opens fire on his 16th birthday. republican impeachment hearings today. but it's the testimony behind closed doors that could be more
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revealing. whoa. hello. whoa. >> one of the ugliest endings you will ever see to a football game at any level. myles garrett of the cleveland browns facing a long suspension for hitting an opponent with his own helmet. and garrett should be thankful he did not hit him with the crown of the helmet. >> it looked like an assault. >> welcome to our viewers around the world. i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. it's 4:00 a.m. in new york. 1:00 a.m. in california. 16 seconds is all it took for lives to be changed forever. two southern california teens are dead, after police say a student shot five classmates and himself on his 16th birthday. the motive for the shooting at
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sa saugas high school is unclear. what is clear, the fear that the parents and students live with every day. >> it's scary to see them running into a class. and then hear them, somebody's on campus. >> they told you to come here and wait for him. is that him? >> that's him. >> i'm going to walk to get you. you need to be in my arms right now, okay? >> they tell you they never know where the gunshots were. that's what happened. you have no idea where it is. >> we could have been running right towards him. >> there's the whole, don't take my guns. after you're in something like this, don't take my life. >> the suspect right now in critical condition. the details about him are scarce. he had been hit hard by the recent death of his father. the william s. hart school district canceled all classes
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and this note. the l.a. county sheriff announced, that sheriff's department employee was the aunt of one of the teens killed. this brings the total number of school shootings this year to 32, in k through 12 alone. sara sidner with more from santa clarita. >> reporter: students running for their lives, as bullets were being fired over and over again, by a shooting suspect, who police say was also a student. a 16-year-old asian male, who had come into school with a backpack. went into his backpack, pulled out a .45 caliber semiautomatic pistol and began shooting students around him. a 16-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy ended up losing their life after being shot by the suspect. as we understand it, the suspect used the last bullet on himself,
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shooting himself in the head. and for the entire day thursday, he was in critical condition. the last person still remaining in the hospital. all the rest of the victims who survived were able to go home. we know, though, from students, it was terrifying in the school when all of this began. >> we heard the one shot and four after and we started running. all i heard was all of the kids running and screaming and calling their parents. >> it's a .45 semiautomatic pistol with no more rounds in it. no more bullets in it. >> reporter: there were several first responders who were off-duty, and helping the students right away when they were still in danger. the suspect, there's still investigation going on. the investigators are talking to his mother and his girlfriend. they have, all day, been speaking to those at the shooting of another school.
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>> sara sidner, thank you for that. public impeachment hearings back under way this morning, with former ambassador to ukraine, marie yovanovitch. democrats say president trump removed her to pressure campaigns in the 2016 election. she felt threatened by the president's comments to her. and she was warned by an official to watch her back. >> listen to house speaker nancy pelosi sharpening her language describing mr. trump's tactics. >> the devastating testimony corroborated evidence of bribery. quid pro quo. bribery. bribery, that's in the constitution attached to the impeachment proceedings. >> bribery is one of only two examples of high crimes and misdemeanors spelled out in the constitution. more from phil mattingly on
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capitol hill. >> reporter: consider this a day as one of split-screen importance. one of the screens, you'll be able to see on television. it will be the second public impeachment hearing. this one with marie yovanovitch, the ambassador to ukraine, who was ousted by an outside pressure campaign, led primarily by rudy giuliani. marie yovanovitch was pushed out early on in this process. the way it's framed by democrats. if wednesday's hearing was to give the full scope and scale of what was happening in ukraine, this is page one. this is where everything started. this is where everything began. pay close attention because of that fact. republicans made clear, yovanovitch was pushed out. but that's the president's prerogative. it's his choice who he wants as ambassador or anybody. the second screen is part two. that's happening behind the scenes. david holmes, political counselor to the u.s. embassy in
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ukraine, will be behind closed doors. giving a deposition to committee members. he was the aide pointed out by william taylor in a surprise announcement on wednesday. he was the aide that was with gordon sondland, as sondland had a phone call with president trump, where he discussed the state of play with those investigations that trump wanted. democrats are very clean on this testimony, seeing what it will unveil. and more importantly, if it directly addresses, as taylor seemed to make it out to be, this is a first person account. keep an eye on both. both are important. one setting the stage of an early part of the timeline. the other potentially providing the closing information. guys? >> phil mattingly, thank you for that. when the going gets tough, the president holds rallies. last night in louisiana, he tried to show his supporters he's not too concerned about impeachment. >> how about when they ask these two never-trumpers, what exactly
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do you think you impeach him for? and they stood there and went, what? >> you might recall the president said he didn't watch a minute of the testimony. he told the crowd, some members of the republican party want the hearings to go longer because it helps him politically. he told the audience it would be nice to see the hearings end. there's a flag, as -- whoa. hello. >> whoa. >> you're looking at one ugly finish to an ugly nfl game. it started with eight seconds left in that game, when myles garrett of the cleveland browns, ripped the helmet off of mason rudolph and struck him in the head with that helmet. led to all kinds of kicking and punching in particular pr marquma from marquis pouncey of the stealers. expect fines and major
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suspensions. the browns won the game, 21-7. i heard heads of officiating. four games, i don't think so. i think the rest of the season, bare minimum for myles garrett. if that helmet was turned and hit him with the crown of the helmet -- >> right. >> it would have split his head open. it might have ended mason rudolph's career. that would be assault if we were in canada, where they have different laws for sports. elizabeth warren taking f e fiery demands of the wealth tax to the millionaires and billionaires. they're calling her disgraceful, out of touch and anti-capitalism. in 8 categories about vehicle quality. and when they were done, chevy earned more j.d. power quality awards across cars, trucks and suvs than any other brand
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senator elizabeth warren is taking on billionaires with an ad appearing on their own turf, cnbc. >> it is time for a wealth tax in america. i heard there are some billionaires who don't support this plan. >> she wants billionaires to pay a wealth tax. she says they don't pay their fair share. they can pay 2% tax up to 1 million. and she calls out titans, in particular. cooperman responded saying this -- >> a wealth tax makes no sense. it will lead unnatural acts, be
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near-impossible to police. it will be unconstitutional. >> blankfein tweeted this. vindication of a group may be good for her campaign. maybe tribalism is in her dna. warren wears this criticism like a badge of honor. and the new campaign merchandise, the billionaire tears mug has become the campaign's fastest-selling item. it calls out cooperman, being brought to tears, while discussing the idea of a wealth tax on television recently. you got her zeroing in on the billionaires who, quietly, they have been concerned about her for months. now, this has bubbled over into the public. it works. it's a line in her rallies that really works. her core, her base, love that she is going after the billionaires. >> how will it impact her raising money? we've seen the trump campaign
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raise massive sums. >> she's not going to get money from those billionaires and was never going to. she is somebody that's a bankruptcy lawyer. her perspective is from the families who go bankrupt and really can never recover. and she talks about the billionaires who, you know, bought companies in bankruptcy, dismantled companies and made their money off of the misfortune of others. >> part of it is wanting to get away from the medicare for all message. that g7 thing didn't work out. but the doral resort in miami will be hosting another event. the republican annual meeting. the party has signed a contract to hold the event in march. they have urged members to book their rooms. they enjoy visiting trump properties and claim they are cheaper to rent than other venn
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a state of emergency in venice, italy. the city of canals crippled by the worst flooding in a hal half-century. st. mark's square and basilica under water. the regional counsel flooded for the first time, just after it rejected measures to combat climate change. the water level in the city is expected to rise to five feet, pushed by a powerful storm system that's moving through the region. ♪ ♪ trouble, trouble, trouble a new twist in taylor swift's ongoing feud with scooter braun. swift posted a scathing note online, that braun won't let her perform her old songs as she is honored as artist of the decade.
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swift says, according to braun, will be rerecording her music before she's allowed to do so next year. swift says sharing her experience can help other artists avoid a similar fate. officials in roanoke, virginia, warning people to stay on alert after a marine wanted for murder is spotted. police were called around 4:00 a.m. with a report that michael alexander brown had been spotted. the 22-year-old is wanted for killing his mother's boyfriend last week. a s.w.a.t. team secured brown's r.v. where he was seen. brown is thought to be on foot, possibly looking for another vehicle. roanoke schools reopen today. safety concerns of drugs being sold at dollar tree stores. products were made by foreign sellers on impeort alert. those sellers have been cited for multiple violations in the process used to manufacture
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dollar tree's assured brand. the fda is calling on dollar tree to implement a system to make sure it is importing safe drugs. tis the season, or is it? in the spirit of the holidays, claudia and nick put out a handful of christmas decorations on november 1st. three days later, they received a letter from the homeowners association, demanding they take the decorations down until closer before the holiday. they're not budging. >> we're not going to do it. >> no. we're not going to do it. when is the right time to put up? >> nick says the letter did not specify when closer is. the association did not respond to our request for comment. >> december, people. wait until december. >> dave has an opinion.
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>> you don't have an opinion on this? this is outrageus. >> i would do it right now. >> oh, dear. >> there's six days before christmas. >> december. all right? sports, now, the two major league baseball mvps separated by 30 miles on interstate 5. mike trout of the los angeles angels, picking up 17 of 31 votes to oust bregman. his third mvp award. he missed 22 games with a foot injury. he has as many mvp trophies as postseason games. cody bellinger is the first dodger to win since clayton kershaw. he picked up 19 first place votes to beat out christian yellic. what will the former ambassador to ukraine say in public testimony today? and a southern california community is reeling after a teenager opens fire on
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scary to see people running and have them running into your class. and then hearing them, like, somebody's on campus. >> another school shooting and a community changed forever. five students shot, two killed,
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when a classmate opens fire on his 16th birthday. public impeachment hearings today. but it's the testimony behind closed doors that could be more revealing. there's a flag as -- whoa. hello. whoa. >> one of the ugliest endings you will ever see to a football game. myles garrett facing a long suspension for hitting an opponent with his own helmet. i can't say i've seen anything like that. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i've seen one thing like that. it was in hockey and in canada. i'm dave briggs. 16 seconds is all it took for lives to be changed forever. two southern california teens are dead, after police say a student shot five classmates and himself on his 16th birthday. the motive for the shooting at saugus high school is unclear.
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what is clear, the fear that the parents and students live with every day. >> it's scary to see people running into a class. and then hear them, somebody's on campus. >> they told you to come here and wait for him. is that him? >> that's him. >> i'm going to walk to get you. don't move, please. you need to be in my arms right now, okay? >> they tell you they never know where the gunshots are. that's what happened. you have no idea where it is. >> we could have been running right towards him. >> there's the whole, don't take my guns. after you're in something like this, don't take my life. >> the suspect right now in critical condition. the details about him are scarce. he had been hit hard by the recent death of his father. the school district canceled all classes and this note. the l.a. county sheriff announced, that sheriff's
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department employee was the aunt of one of the teens killed. this brings the total number of school shootings this year to 32, in "k" through 12 alone. sara sidner with more from santa clarita. >> reporter: dave and christine, chaos reigned in santa clarita, california, on thursday. students running for their lives, as bullets were being fired over and over again, by a shooting suspect, who police say was also a student. a 16-year-old asian male, who had come into school with a backpack. went into his backpack, pulled out a .45 caliber semiautomatic pistol and began shooting students around him. a 16-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy ended up losing their life after being shot by the suspect. as we understand it, the suspect used the last bullet on himself, shooting himself in the head. and for the entire day thursday, he was in critical condition.
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the last person still remaining in the hospital. all the rest of the victims who survived were able to go home. we know, though, from students, it was terrifying in the school when all of this began. >> we heard the one shot and four after and we started running. all i heard was all of the kids running and screaming and calling their parents. >> it's a .45 semiautomatic pistol with no more rounds in it. no more bullets in it. >> reporter: there were several first responders who were off-duty, and helping the students right away when they were still in danger. the suspect, there's still quite a bit of an investigation going on. the investigators are talking to his mother and his girlfriend. they have, all day, been speaking to those who witnessed this horrific shooting at yet another school. dave? christine? >> sara sidner, thank you for that. public impeachment hearings back under way this morning, with former ambassador to
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ukraine, marie yovanovitch, the only scheduled witness. democrats say president trump removed her to pressure campaigns in the 2020 election. she felt threatened by the president's comments to her. and she was warned by an official to watch her back. >> democrats escalating their rhetoric describing the impeachment. listen to house speaker nancy pelosi sharpening her language describing mr. trump's tactics. >> the devastating testimony corroborated evidence of bribery. quid pro quo. bribery. bribery, that's in the constitution attached to the impeachment proceedings. >> bribery is one of only two examples of high crimes and misdemeanors spelled out in the constitution. more from phil mattingly on capitol hill. >> reporter: consider this a day as one of split-screen importance. one of the screens, you'll be able to see publicly. it will be live on television.
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it will be the second public impeachment hearing. this one with marie yovanovitch, the former ambassador to ukraine, who was ousted by an outside pressure campaign, led primarily by the president's personal attorney, rudy giuliani. marie yovanovitch was pushed out early on in this process. the way it's framed by democrats. if wednesday's hearing was to give the full scope and scale of what was happening in ukraine, this is page one. this is where everything started. this is where everything began. pay close attention because of that fact. republicans made clear, yovanovitch was pushed out. but that's the president's prerogative. it's his choice who he wants as ambassador or anybody. the second screen is part two. that's happening behind the scenes. david holmes, political counselor to the u.s. embassy in ukraine, will be behind closed doors. giving a deposition to committee members.
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he was the aide pointed out by william taylor in a surprise announcement on wednesday. he was the aide that was with gordon sondland, as sondland had a phone call with president trump, where he discussed the state of play with those investigations that trump wanted. democrats are very clean on this testimony, seeing what it will unveil. and more importantly, if it directly addresses, as taylor seemed to make it out to be, this is a first person account. keep an eye on both. both are important. one setting the stage of an early part of the timeline. the other potentially providing the closing information. guys? >> phil mattingly, thank you for that. today's testimony tees up what would be a more pivotal slate of witnesses next week. cnn's marshal cohen has more from washington. >> reporter: dave and christine, if you thought this past week was busy, things on capitol hill are about to heat up even more. democrats have scheduled three more days of impeachment hearings, featuring eight new witnesses. the proceedings kick off
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tuesday. and up first is the former u.s. envoy for ukraine, kurt volker. he will be joined by two white house advisers on that critical phone call between president trump and ukraine president zelensky. then, on wednesday, gordon sondland, the u.s. ambassador to the european union. he is under intense scrutiny, after he admitted last week, he told ukraine, they wouldn't get u.s. military assistance until they investigated former vice president joe biden. lawmakers will also hear from fiona hill, who was the top russia expert at the white house. now, many of the witnesses already gave testimony behind closed doors, where they said they were deeply troubled by president trump's attempts to coerce ukraine into those investigations. but those bombshells were among the thousands of pages of transcripts released last week. but next week, those witnesses
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will be under the lights, in front of the cameras, ready to give their testimony to the american people in public for the very first time. dave and christine? >> marshal cohen, thank you so much for that. when the going gets tough, the president holds rallies. last night in louisiana, he tried to show his supporters he's not too concerned about impeachment. >> how about when they ask these two never-trumpers, what exactly do you think you impeach him for? and they stood there and went, what? >> well, the president said he didn't watch a minute of the testimony. he told the crowd, some members of the republican party want the hearings to go longer because it helps him politically. he told the audience it would be nice to see the hearings end. there's a flag, as -- whoa. hello. >> whoa. >> you're looking at one ugly finish to an ugly nfl game.
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it started with eight seconds left in that game, when myles garrett of the cleveland browns, ripped the helmet off of mason rudolph and struck him in the head with that helmet. led to all kinds of kicking and punching in particular from maurkice pouncey of the steelers. expect fines and major suspensions. the browns won the game, 21-7. the president was rebuked for trying to hold the g7 meeting at his private club. so, now the republican party is going instead. if you have medicare, listen up.
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last month, the department of defense awarded a $10 billion cloud computing contract to microsoft. amazon plans to protest the decision, saying the deal was marred by errors and bias. it provides the military with a cloud storage system for data. losing the deal could threaten its position as leader in the cloud industry.was the favored . trump has criticized amazon and jeff bezos. a statement said, we believe
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that the government and its elected leaders administer procurements fairly. the doral resort in miami will be hosting another big event. the republican national committee's annual winter meeting. the rnc signed a contract to hold the meeting in march. and an e-mail urged the members to book the rooms on the property for the summit. the donors enjoy visiting trump properties and say they are cheaper to rent than other venues. president trump hiking the cost to south korea. mark esper in seoul today. congressional aides said the president pulled his demand out of thin air, setting off an administration scramble to justify the number. administration officials say many things the u.s. does to ensure south korean security hasn't been accounted for for
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decades. but the price hike is frustrating the pentagon and worrying lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. the government in seoul is wondering if trump will pull u.s. forces if seoul doesn't pay up. we'll be right back. an mpow. 448,134 to be exact. they answered 410 questions in 8 categories about vehicle quality. and when they were done, chevy earned more j.d. power quality awards across cars, trucks and suvs than any other brand over the last four years. so on behalf of chevrolet, i want to say "thank you, real people." you're welcome. we're gonna need a bigger room.
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senator elizabeth warren is trolling billionaires on their own turf. >> it is time for a wealth tax in america. i heard there are some billionaires who don't support this plan. >> she wants billionaires to pay a wealth tax. she says they don't pay their fair share.
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they can pay a 2% tax over a million and 6% tax over a million. and she calls out titans, in particular. cooperman calling her disgraceful. >> a wealth tax makes no sense. it will lead unnatural acts, be near-impossible to police. it will be unconstitutional. if this lady wins, we're in big trouble. >> blankfein trolled back. he tweeted this -- vindication of a group may be good for her campaign. maybe tribalism is in her dna. the feud with billionaires has been bubbling for weeks now. cooperman, reduced to tears on cnbc, tears, saying she was attacking capitalism and attacking the american dream. warren wears all of this criticism like a badge of honor. and her campaign has begun selling the billionaire tears mug, now its fastest-selling item. >> my question is, with the billionaires, i don't think
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anyone feels sympathy for billionaires. will their messaging turn how it might impact the economy as a whole? >> you're seeing the early analysis. will this hurt the economy? one early analysis, it could shave a little off of economic growth. but that doesn't account for whether it could spur economic growth in other areas. you'll see the argument of who should pay for what she wants like universal child care or student loan debt. she is talking about the people who have benefited from all these things in american society, pay to level the playing field for everyone else. it's working in her rallies. boy, the fact this is so public, this billionaire feud, i think is fascinating. >> it will be interesting to see her on the stage with bloomberg. heavy rain and coastal flooding in the southeast ahead of another front that will bring snow and cold to the great lakes and northeast. here's derek van dam. >> great friday morning, dave and christine. a few different weather stories we're following in the cnn
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weather center. first, a wet start to the weekend across the southeast. this will bring us cold air to the major east coast cities this weekend. also some lake-enhanced snowshowers, downwind of the great lakes region. dry and sunny over the central parts of the country and across the pacific northwest. mountain snows and valley rains. let's focus on georgia, the carolinas and virginia. this is a system that will gather strength just offshore. this will be mainly a coastal event, with strong winds along the coastal regions of north and south carolina. heavy precipitation across this region, as well. 2 to 4 or 5 inches of rain. the cold front that will bring the cold air and lake-enhanced snowshowers will move through today and early parts of saturday. and another chilly weekend in store for us across the northeast. 33 to start your morning in the big apple. will only warm to 51 this afternoon. back to you. ♪
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♪ trouble, trouble, trouble taylor swift will be honored for ten years of music but won't be able to perform a lot of it. swift posted a scathing note online, saying scooter browne won't let her perform her old songs as she is honored as artist of the decade. swift says, according to braun, performing the songs will be rerecording her work before she's allowed to do so next year. swift says sharing her experience can help other artists avoid a similar fate. today, the supreme court will hear the case of a death row inmate days before her execution. lawyers for rodney reed say he is innocent. his case has received a wave of support from celebrities, activists and lawmakers. in 1996 he was found guilty of the abduction and rape of a 19-year-old. he is black and was convicted by
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an all-white jury. a victim told investigators he answered his door and a suspect assaulted him until a relative intervened. the intruder fled. but the detectives identified him as 19-year-old nathan michael newel. he was arrested at freedom federal credit union, where he worked, until wednesday. the victims are recovering from the injuries. tis the season. or is it? in the spirit of the holidays, claudia and nick put out a handful of christmas decorations on november 1st. three days later, they received a letter from the homeowners association, demanding they take the decorations down until closer before the holiday. they're not budging. >> we're not going to do it. >> no. we're not. we're not going to do it. >> wow, that's a first. >> when is the right time to put up? >> nick says the letter did not
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specify when closer is. the association did not respond to cnn's request for comment. claudia is also eight months pregnant. her due date, christmas day. >> it's a free country. let's get a check on cnn business. take a look at markets around the world. there's the grinch. asian markets closed higher. everything is up a little bit here. reuters adviser larry kudlow said washington is close to a trade deal with china. stocks closed mixed on thursday. the dow fell but the s&p 500 closed up just enough to get a high. strong earnings from walmart. the retailer posted increase in sales, thanks to online grocery orderers. sales have increased every quarter for the past five years. some comfort to retailers worried about the fallout from the trade war. on another trade front, democratic leaders are looking to approve trump's north
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american trade deal. nancy pelosi told reporters, quote, we're in a good place. it's the return of the razor. motorola announced that the flip-phone is being revive as a foldable phone. the last attempt to resurrect the razor was 2011 but the phone didn't stand out. the new razor is the second foldable phone following samsung's galaxy fold. the new razor will ship in january. are you ready for your coffee fix? the world's largest starbucks opens in chicago today. officially known as the starbucks starbuck s reserve roastry chicago. that will roast 200,000 pounds of coffee beans each year. they have six roastry locations in new york, milan and shanghai. >> chicago is the town for that.
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it has the huge rock 'n' roll mcdonald's. it's the place where it will do good. >> they make nitrogen gelato. >> you've done your research. >> i've been reading about it all morning. coffee, you had my attention. >> thanks for joining us. i'm christine romans. >> i'm dave briggs. i'm hungry, too. have a great weekend, everybody. former ambassador to ukraine, marie yovanovitch set to testify this morning. >> efforts by rudy giuliani and others, including his associates, to run a campaign to smear yovanovitch. >> the devastating testimony corroborated testimony of bribery. impeachment is a divisive thing. >> the republicans have stuck together. it's a beautiful thing to see. we heard the one shot and four after. and we started running. >> there's the whole don't take my guns. don't take my life. >> this is "new day," with
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alisyn camerota and john berman. >> welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. it is friday, november 15th. it's 5:00 here in new york because this is a special edition of "new day" and cnn's coverage of the impeachment inquiry into president trump. this morning, day two of the hearings. this morning, former ambassador to ukraine, marie yovanovitch will testify. she claims she was the target of a smear campaign, allegedly orchestrated by rudy giuliani and carried out by president trump's media allies like sean hannity. yovanovitch is expected to spell out how she was recalled by president trump, who told the ukrainian prosecute that yovanovitch was going to go through some things. later today, house investigators will go behind closed doors to question a diplomat who reportedly overheard president trump ask ambassador to the e.u., gordon sondland, about the, quote, investigation about the bidens, in theul

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