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it could put an extra $400 a year in your pocket. businesses hopes that turns into holiday spending. "early start" continues right now. an american hostage murdered by isis. the terrorist releasing new video showing the beheading of american aid worker peter kassig. we are breaking down the clues we are learning this morning. president obama back at home ready to make big reforms to the immigration system. reforms that could allow millions of people here illegally to stay. republicans aren't backing down. how they plan to stop the president ahead. deadly storms barrelling across the country bringing snow, ice and record-breaking cold temperatures. guess what? it's not over yet. the northeast bracing for impact. indra petersons is tracking what you need to know.
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good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. it is monday, november 17th. 5:00 a.m. the family of an american aid worker peter kassig coping with his death at the hands of isis terrorists. the islamic militant group showed the video of kassig's body after the beheading. president obama called it a quote, act of pure evil. kassig's parents release a statement saying they are heartbroken. joining us now from london with more is cnn's atika shubert. atika, the spokesman for isis on the beheading video speaks with a familiar english accent. there is some similarities to other beheadings on tape, but differences as well. >> reporter: that's right. the masked militant known as jihadi john here in london shows the beheading of peter kassig.
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in previous videos, we have seen the hostages dressed in orange jumpsuit and speak to the camera and killed. in this one, it is 50 minutes long and most of it is propaganda from isis until the end when you see peter kassig's body. he never speaks to camera and we never see him alive. jihadi john delivers the speech to camera. a lot of questions as to why this may be. one of the key factors may be that peter kassig, also known as abdul rahman, converted to islam while he was held hostage. there has been some talk about the fact that they never acknowledged the fact that he converted and they don't talk about the fact he was an aid worker. there has been widespread condemnation from the muslim community. this may be isis responding to that criticism by not acknowledging that he was muslim. >> a tragic situation. somebody doing humanitarian work in syria and his family is
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expected to speak later today. thank you for that, atika shubert. aid agencies say isis has been stealing food and other foreign aid to redistribute it to hungry syrian families and take credit. isis has diverted some of the aid to its own fighters and their families. america's top unformed officer says momentum in the war on isis is starting to turn. joint chiefs chairman martin dempsey making a surprise visit to baghdad over the weekend. telling u.s. marines that victory might take several years. president obama at the g-20 summit responding to the dempsey earlier suggestion that some day he might have to send ground troops to fight isis. >> there are always circumstances in which the united states might need to deploy u.s. ground troops.
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if we discovered that isil had gotten possession of a nuclear weapon and we had to run an operation to get it out of their hands, then yes, you can anticipate that not only would chairman dempsey recommend me sending u.s. ground troops to get that weapon out of their hands, but i would order it. negotiators head back to e vienna this week. they are up against a current deal that expires later this month. the advisors are putting an agreement at 40%. state department rushing to upgrade security on the e-mail system after detecting signs of possible hacking. department officials say only unclassified systems were affected. officials were not saying if the apparent intrusion over the weekend was a work of a foreign
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government. a senior official tells cnn it is related to an earlier hack of white house computers and russian hackers were suspected. near the top of the president's inbox is immigrat n immigration. president obama pushing back hard on the republican claims that he lacks the authority to take executive action if congress doesn't do something. cnn's erin mcpike is at the white house. >> reporter: christine, president obama has long said once he returned from the swing through asia, he would say the kind of executive action he would take on illegal immigration. we are now hearing we could hear something by the end of the week. both sides drew lines in the political sand on what they would like to see on immigration reform. listen to senator-elect james langford. >> the american people believe in the rule of law.
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they have a problem with illegal immigrati immigration. for the president to say i'll remove the word illegal and transition this and ignore the law, a lot of people have a problem with that. >> reporter: and while overseas, president obama said what he would like to see in a bill from congress that could then nullify the actions that he will take on immigration reform with the executive actions. listen to those comments. >> if congress passes a law that solves our border problems and improves our immigration system and provides a pathway for the 11 million people here working in the kitchens and farms and making beds in hotels. everybody knows they're there. we're not going to deport all of them. we would like to see them out in the open pay their taxes and pay a penalty.
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get right with the law. >> reporter: over the weekend, a number of mainstream republicans said on a number of programs they do not think that republicans should try to shut down the government to force president obama's hand on immigration reform, but we should see something this week from them on what kind of bill they can end up passing. christine. >> erin, thanks for that. veterans affairs patients are waiting for improvements to the v.a. system. data obtained shows 10% of patients wait for a month for appointments. 64% of facilities have two months wait time for appointments. so far so good for obamacare 2.0. the white house says 100,000 people signed up for insurance on the first day.
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compared to 6 on day one last year. brandishing a quote from the white house advisor jonathan gruber. he said it got passed because of voter stupidity and lack of transparency. the president responding that he completely disagrees with gruber and the bill was debated with no lack of transparency. the u.s. senate bracing for debate over the keystone xl pipeline. after bottling up legislation for six years, senate leaders will allow a vote on the pipeline tuesday. it is a key issue in the louisiana senate runoff. mary landrieu wants to vote for it. time for your money. stocks are lower following the record high on friday. the s&p closed for the 41st
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record high close of the year. energy stocks got relief when oil prices ticked up slightly. oil prices have been tumbling down 30% since the summer peak. global demand lessens a bit. it is bad news for energy companies, but good for you. it could put an extra $400 in your pocket next year. happening now. deadly storms barrelling across the country this weekend. but now comes round two. snow, ice, arctic temperatures heading to the northeast. indra petersons is tracking the very latest for us this morning. plus, the nfl getting hit from the dea. which teams were targeted ahead.
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deadly blast of winter weather paralyzing communities in the country. six more people killed in weather-related accidents as ice and snow froze roadways. snow hitting as far as texas where four people died in lubbock. police reported dozens of accidents. at least 17 states remain under winter weather advisories. in oklahoma, snow packed and icy roads hampering the commute. crews have warned of black ice conditions on highways and interstates. urging drivers to take caution. in new mexico, temperatures plummeted to single digits following the snowstorm there. snow causing dangerous conditions. 13 inches of snow fell near a key resort near angel fire. this is colorado. they are digging out from the second snowstorm of the week. another round of ice and snow
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and cold hit colorado springs and surrounding areas. several inches of snow covered streets and roadways. again disrupting commutes. how long will drivers have to contend with this big mess? indra petersons has the early look at your forecast this morning. i still can't figure out what happened. it was fall and it was overnight. we keep talking about snow and a lot of it over the next several days. more snow is expected to fall. especially around the great lakes. we are talking about feet of snow because as the system clears by, the cold air rushes behind it and it enhances the lake-effect snow coming our way. 30 million people today have the threat for winter weather. from new england, back down to the mississippi valley. notice down to the south, rain showers. it is not stopping there. we have the threat for severe weather. this huge contrast temperature wise. we have tornado watches out in through thing south right now through the morning hours.
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in fact, another 20 million of us will have the threat of severe weather, including that threat for tornadoes. strong thunderstorms and strong winds out there as well. a lot going on across the country. easy to see where you are getting the snow and warmer weather. miami, 84 today. minneapolis hanging out in the teens. this is the starting point. you can see in the northeast, we rebound above normal for a day. look at this carefully. that quickly changes as early as tomorrow. look at that drop. new york city, your high in the 30s. below freezing in one day which is a significant 25-degree temperature drop by tomorrow. temperatures, look at the morning lows. single digits are going to be out there. all of that cold air enhances the lake-effect snow. what a change very quickly. >> we are prepared with the information. thanks. the surgeon diagnosed with ebola in sierra leone is in
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extremely critical condition. he may be the sickest person yet to be treat in the u.s. initially dr. martin salia's ebola test came back negative. now that a later test confirmed ebola, they are all under quarantine. his wife and son are holding out hope he will recover. >> i don't want him to be laid out there. i'm worried for him. >> we should keep calm and everything will be okay. so far, he's responding well to treatment. >> the medical director of the hospital's bio-containment unit says his status is an hour by hour situation. tension rising in ferguson as we wait to hear if a grand jury will indict officer wilson. several protests and march es over the weekend. some marking the 100th day of the shooting with a die-in and
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blocking the intersections. those calling for wilson's arrest. those supporting wilson believe he was forced to shoot. >> we want to declare that wi that officer wilson's actions were justified. >> the indictment of darren wilson is the first step of many that need to take place. >> the organizer of sunday's protest in support of brown said he could not rule out violence if the grand jury finds wilson without fault. the drug enforcement administration is taking a close look at the nfl. several teams were subjected to surprise inspections following the games on sunday. agents questioning trainers and doctors about allegations of illegal prescription drug use. a lawsuit filed in may by more
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than 1,000 retired nfl players states rampant illegal use of medication. a person scaled the brooklyn bridge to take photos. he reached a cable beam connected to the tower on the manhattan side. he was slated to leave sunday. a cruise ship docked sunday in california after 170 people became sick with norovirus. several people on the "crown princess" showed illness a few days into the voyage from los angeles to hawaii to tahiti. the cdc official is expected to board the ship to probe the outbreak. meantime, the cruise liner will undergo a deep cleaning. in hawaii, the officials say the lava flow outbreaks are sluggish and not advancing. that includes one breakout which
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has stopped burning through asphalt roads. people are still being evacuated as a precaution. the lava from this volcano has been spewing for more than 30 years. this just in. the vatican announcing pope francis will visit the u.s. for the first time in september of next year. he is coming for the world meeting of families. he has spoken of his desire to travel to new york and washington. a classic match up in the nfl. first ballot hall of famer tom brady head-to-head against the young superstar andrew luck. who would come out on top and why isn't john berman here to talk about it? we will have all of the details in the bleacher report next. for lotus f1 team, the competitive edge is the cloud.
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i'm sure john berman would love to be here to brag about his patriots. dominating the colts. we have laura rutledge with the bleacher report. >> i'm sure john is bummed he is missing out on the conversation. the patriots dominant. tom brady, of course, leading the patriots to quite a win. tom brady, he was just okay yesterday. he wasn't the tom brady we're
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used to seeing. it didn't matter. jonas gray, the star running back had a career game. he hadn't scored a touchdown all season long. ran for four touchdowns. not bad for a third stringer. he was on the practice squad a month ago. patriots won 42-20. they are on a six-game win streak. now the green bay packers may be the only team as hot as the patriots right now. aaron rodgers making his case for mvp. just another walk in the park. three passing touchdown day. green bay scored early and often. up 30-6 before halftime, packers smoke the eagles 53-20. the best defensive player in the nfl, texans j.j. watt does it all. check out the over the shoulder catch by watt for the touchdown
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against the browns. that's watt's second offensive touchdown this year. he played tight end in high school and his freshman year in college. texans go on to win. and your outrage video of the morning from the saints and bengals game yesterday after a bengals touchdown, a ball meant for the woman in the bengals jersey in the front row gets intercepted by a saints fan. elbows in the face and then he wants no part of her begging. all did end well, she did get a replacement souvenir ball. christine, the saints fans were on her side. they were chanting give her the ball. the guy who intercepted the ball said he kept it because he caught it. what can you do? it was meant for her. >> it was. >> it was meant for her. >> the cameras are rolling everywhere all the time. i guess he really wanted the ball. thanks, laura. grief and anger this morning over the murder of an american
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pure evil. the white house condemning the murder of american aid worker peter kassig, beheaded by isis. the terrorists releasing a new video. we are live breaking down the latest clues and reaction this morning. a battle over immigration looming in washington. president obama expected to unveil big reforms that would allow millions of people here illegally to stay. republican leaders of congress
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not ready to go down without a fight. what they could do to stop the president ahead. deadly storms barrelling across the country. snow, ice, record-breaking temperatures. it's not over yet. indra petersons has it next. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. 30 minutes past the hour. bermjohn berman has the morning. the militant islamic group releasing a video showing peter kassig's body after a beheading. president obama denounced the killing as quote as an act of pure evil. his parents are scheduled to speak to reporters later this afternoon. joining us from london with more on this is cnn's atika shubert. atika, the man on the video talking speaking with the familiar english accent. we have heard this man on videos
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before. there are similarities here, but differences. >> reporter: there are striking differences. in previous videos, we have seen the hostages in orange jumpsuit and spouting isis propaganda. this time, we never see peter kassig speak. you don't see him alive at all. only his body. standing over him is the man known in the british press as jihadi john. the masked militant with the accent that delivers that propaganda speech. it is not only peter kassig who is killed in the video, but in the preceding 15 minutes, a highly choreographed and style murder of a dozen syrian soldiers, again, led by the militant known as jihadi john and a number of other isis militants who are not masked. investigators are now poring over that video to try to identify all of the isis
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fighters in the video. >> that's right. we know the governments are looking to see if there is a french citizen among the unmasked people in the video. we have to wait and see what that shows. what i think is interesting here is that we don't know why we don't see peter kassig speaking. it could be that he would not say the propaganda that they wanted him to say as the others had. it could be that something else happened or could be also that the public relations value of killing him is just not good for this group. he is a man converted to islam and someone helping the syrian people. >> reporter: exactly. his case in particular has evoked widespread condemnation in the muslim world. to see somebody who is out there helping the syrian people and time of need, who converted to islam. he was known as abdul rahman
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kassig. the fact he may not have been saying the words they wanted him to say. there is speculation online as to whether or not he would recite the muslim prayer. to show that at the time of killing would have been offensive for isis to put out. that may be one reason. they simply do not knowledge that he was muslim and he did convert in part because it would devalue the public relations aspect and propaganda. >> his family is heartbroken. they will speak with reporters later today. our thoughts and hearts go out to them. atika, thank you. aid agencies say isis has been stealing food and other foreign aid to redistribute it to the hungry syrian families and take credit for it. isis has diverted aid to their fighters and families. america's top unformed officer says momentum in the war against
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isis is starting to turn. chairman martin dempsey making a trip to baghdad over the weekend. victory over the terror group may take years. president obama talking about the earlier suggestion that dempsey may want ground troops in syria to fight isis. >> there are always circumstances where we need to deploy ground troops. if we discover isil got possession of a nuclear weapon and we had to run an operation to get it out of their hands, then, yes, you can anticipate that not only with chairman dempsey recommend me sending u.s. ground troops to get that weapon out of their hands, i would order it. the state department rushing to upgrade the security system.
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department systems were only affected with unclassified systems. a senior official tells cnn it is related to an earlier hack of white house come pputcomputers. near the top of the inbox for the president when he returns from the g-20, immigration. president obama pushing back hard that he lacks authority on the executive action. cnn's erin mcpike has more. >> reporter: president obama said once he returns from the asian trip, he would take the executive action on the illegal immigration. we are now hearing that we could hear something by the end of the week. over the weekend, both sides on the political aisle drew lines in the sand on what they want to see on immigration reform. listen to oklahoma senator-elect
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james langford. >> the american people believe in the rule of law. they don't have a problem with immigration. they have a problem with illegal i mmigratio immigration. for the president to say i'll remove illegal and ignore the law, a lot of people have a problem with that. >> reporter: president obama also said what he would like to see in a bill from congress that could then nullify the actions that he will take on immigration reform with those executive actions. listen. >> if congress passes a law that solves our border problems and improves our immigration system and provides a pathway for the 11 million people who are here working in our kitchens and working on farms and making beds in hotels. everybody knows they're there. we're not going to deport all of them. we would like to see them being
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able out in the open to pay taxes and pay a penalty and get right with the law. >> reporter: over the weekend, a number of mainstream republicans said on a number of public affairs programs that they do not think republicans should try to shut down the government to force president obama's hand on immigration reform, but we should see something this week from them on what kind of bill they can end up passing. christine. >> erin mcpike, thanks for that. veterans affairs patients still waiting for improvements to the v.a. health system. data obtained shows more than 10% of patients wait more than a month for appointments. 64 facilities have average wait times longer than two months. the v.a. has made improvements. the number of patients waiting longest, waiting more than four months for an appointment. that number dropped from 120,000 in may to 23,000 in october. the white house says 100,000
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people signed up for health insurance on the first day of open enrollment. compare that to just six on day one last year. the president defending his signature achievement from conservatives brandishing a quote from jonathan gruber. he said obamacare passed because of voter stupidity and lack of transparency. the president says he disagrees with the adviser and the bill was debated. time for an early start on your money. tough day for stocks so far. asian stocks ended the day down. look at japan's benchmark. down 3%. that is on surprising news that japan's economy fell into recession. gdp shrank 1.6% in the third quarter. european stocks lower. u.s. stock futures. looks like a lower open. on friday, the s&p closed at the high. the 41st record high close this
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year. the fourth week in a row for stock market gains. stocks are having a great year. s&p, look at that. up 10%. nasdaq up more than 12%. those are good returns on the 401(k). happening now. new round of snow storms. the northeast bracing for impact. what you need to know ahead. plus, surprise drug inspections for the nfl. the dea targeting teams in a sudden raid. what we are learning this morning next. ee ee eee ncial noise financial noise financial noise financial noise
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a deadly blast of winter weather paralyzing communities. six more people killed in weather-related accidents. as ice and snow froze roadways. snow is hitting as far south as texas where four people died in lubbock. police reported dozens of accidents. at least 17 states are under winter weather advisories. in oklahoma, snow packed icy roads hampered the commute. crews have warned of black ice conditions on highways and interstates. urging drivers to use caution. in new mexico, temperatures plummeted to single digits following a massive snowfall there. snowfall causing a difficult driving conditions throughout most of the state. as much as 13 inches of snow fell near a ski resort in angel
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fire. in colorado, residents are digging out from the second snowstorm of the week. another round of ice, snow and cold hit colorado springs. several inches covered the streets and roadways. how long is all of this going to last? it is such a mess. indra petersons is going to tell us with an early start on your forecast. >> good morning. so much going on. where do we start in let's start with where we are talking about the heavy amount of snow. we are talking about snow in feet. it is around the lakes with lake-effect snowfall. ramping up in the overnight hours. why? because a blast of cold air behind the next system should kick things up. notice what is going on. 30 million of us have the threat for winter weather. from new england and stretching as far as the mississippi valley. it is not the only thing going on. notice the southeast. in addition, the threat for severe weather this morning. in fact, tornado watches are
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currently out there in through the southeast. another 20 million of us are under the gun for severe weather. including the threat for isolated tornado. a lot going on. the temperature divide. 70s and 80s in the southeast with the threat of severe weather. teens as your highs in minneapolis. chicago today, your high is 23 degrees. now it may look good if you are in the northeast. not bad. 57 degrees. you are above normal just a tad. look at this huge drop by tomorrow. here comes the cold arctic air. temperatures plunge and you will feel the bite. enjoy the one day here in new york. >> wear a hat. the surgeon diagnosed with ebola in sierra leone is in critical condition. he may be the sickest person yet to be treated in the u.s. initially, dr. martin salia's ebola test came back negative. friends and colleagues celebrated with him.
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now later tests confirmed ebola and they are now under quarantine. his wife and son holding out hope. >> i don't want him to be laid out there. i'm worried for him. >> we should keep calm. everything will be okay. so far, he is responding very well to treatment. >> the medical director of the hospital says dr. salia's status is an hour by hour situation. the drug enforcement administration looking at the nfl. several teams subjected to surprise inspections on sunday. agents questioning trainers and doctors about allegations of illegal drug use. the san francisco 49ers and tampa bay buccaneers training staff targeted. a lawsuit filed in may by more than 1,000 retired nfl players alleged illegal painkillers by medical personnel. new this morning, the vatican announcing pope francis
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there is shocking new video that shows how close malaysia airline flight 17 came to smashing into houses in the ukraine village. this amateur footage shows flaming wreckage yards from homes in that town. four months after the jetliner was shot out of the sky, the wreckage is starting to be recovered. two-thirds of the passenger killed were dutch. the dutch government is paying for the recovery operation in war-torn eastern ukraine. the wreckage sent to the netherlands. the battle of ukraine over a frosty reception at g-20 summit. russia has steadfastly denied it has any troops or military hardware in ukraine. cnn's phil black is in donetsk.
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phil, this video shows the moments after that crash. >> reporter: christine, extraordinary pictures. extraordinary it has taken four months for these to come to light. what you are seeing there is that crash site just moments after the largest piece of mh-17 struck the earth in those fields in eastern ukraine. mh-17 broke up in the sky. pieces scattered over a wide area. that is where the bulk of the plane hit. wings and engines and landing gear. the better part of the economy class section. it is kocoincidence. that is the area that is collected to be sent back to the netherlands. that is expected to take a few days. it is late in coming. it is crucial it is happening now. pretty soon that landscape will be blanketed in snow.
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another important reason. as they are moving those parts, they are still finding human remains. that is crucial. 9 of the 298 passengers and crew on the aircraft have yet to be accounted for. so important for their families and loved ones of those nine people whose bodies and remains are yet to be found. the reason the investigators have not been able to get to the site is the ongoing conflict despite the cease-fire in september. the fighting continues. the battle lines are remaining the same. the territory that the ukraine government and separatists are holding has not moved. the constant thud of weaponry can be heard. the real concern is assessment that russian troops and weapons have flooded across the border into the separatist territory over the last week or so. that is what ukraine, nato and european observers on the ground
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have made observations that back that up. russia denies it. the ukrainian government fears the forces are preparing for a new offensive. >> phil black, thank you for that. 53 minutes past the hour. gas prices keep falling. how could this help retailers this holiday season? i'll tell you when we get an early start on your money next. [ male announcer ] at northrop grumman,
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let's get an early start on your money on monday morning. tough for global stocks. asian stocks ended down. japan's benchmark down 3% today. that's on surprising news that japan's economy is in recession.
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the economy their advantare shr% this quarter. it looks like a lower open. on friday, the s&p jumped to the 41st record high close this year. the s&p is up 10% this year. gas prices keep falling. the average price for a gallon of regular down to $2.88. it is down 30 cents from a month ago. it is about 80 cents lower than the summer high. falling fuel prices could put an extra $400 a year in your pocket. businesses hopes it translates into more holiday spending and prices are expected to stay low next year as u.s. production is brisk. the most expensive college in america is sarah lawrence. one year at sarah lawrence is more than $65,000. harvey mudd is not far behind.
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columbia, nyu and university of chicago made the top five priciest schools. four years. that's a lot of money. "new day" starts right now. . >> hostage executed. a third american beheaded by isis as u.s. airstrikes in syria continues. victims families believe. investigators search for the latest video in the terrorist group. how close are they to catching this mass killer. new video shows officer darren wilson hours after killing student michael brown. plus audio before and after the shooting that has brown's parents furious. bill cosby refusing to talk
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about allegation of abuse. will his silence hurt him in the end? >> your "new day," starts right now. >> this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate walled win and michaela pereira. >> good morning, it's monday, november 17ing. news of a third isis beheaded standing in the aftermath of cowardice, speaking in that same british accent, he announces the terror group beheaded him. >> the terrorist threatened that isis is on the hunt to kill other u.s. citizens. let's go right to cnn washington correspondent joe johns at the white house. good morning, joe. >> reporter: good morning, alisyn. in some ways, this is the worst video yet

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