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the fbi is releasing more information about the man who allegedly planned to bomb a target in new york. the materials authority say that he plans to use and where he allegedly got them. >> i am still holding on to the steering wheel. it took about four to five seconds. that's how fast it was. i was just holding on for dear life. >> a driver ran right off the road and plunged down a steep cliff here. now he talks about his long wait for help and his dramatic rescue. >> threatening to put him in
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jail or fine him a thousand dollars for helping out the neighbor? >> this woman got in trouble with the state for watching her neighbor's children. the state says she is breaking the law. good saturday morning to you a george has ordered zazi to -- an employee of the beauty supply warehouse in new york describes zazi as a regular. he gave the fbi a video tape that allegedly shows zazi buying a large amount of hydrogen peroxide here. >> there was some small talk. specific to the product i believe one of the employees
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asked what are you using all this stuff for and he jokingly said i have a lot of girlfriends. >> zazi's father and a 37-year-old woman have queens have also listen arrested and charged with lying to federal agents. he is a mixture between a wannabe ganger thes and a wannabe rock star. the jordanian national appeared in federal court. he is accused of trying to blow audiotape building by driving a car with what he thought was a bomb in the car. here is his arrest on september 10 for driving without a license. president barack obama is hailing efforts to get the world's economies back on track, wrapping up the two-day g-20
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summi summit. iran's admission has a second uranium enrichment facility. mr. obama says the international community is united in its opposition to iran's nuclear program. >> iran is on notice that when we meet with him on october first, they are going have to come clean and they are going have to make a choice. are they willing to go down the path which i think ultimately will lead to greater prosperity and security for iran, giving up the acquisition of nuclear weapons and deciding that they are willing to abide by international rules and standards in their pursuit of nuclear energy or will they
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continue down a path that will lead to confrontation. >> teheran quickly fired back in an interview on "larry king live," ahmadinejad called the criticism baseless and accused the u.s. president of reanythinging for his call for unity. troip we did not expect mr. obama within less than 48 hours to basically violate the commitment that he spoke of at the united nations. >> in the wake of teheran's bomb shell revelation, what possible military options does the u.s. have. barbara star takes a closer look. >> reporter: this is the new ground zero in the u.s. fight with iran over its nuclear weapons program. here 20 miles north of qom, they
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say there is a secret underground nuclear fuel plant. it has been an intelligence cat and mouse game. satellites have watched for signs of dirt or vehicle movement but how can you know what is going on underground. >> it could have been through human intelligence or penetration of computer systems. >> and a major nuclear center at ssfahan. part of the plan to spread the nuclear plan across the country and bury nuclear facilities underground. this could make it tough for u.s. or israeli to effectively bomb the sites and it is tough
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to know if any attempt to destroy them are successful. >> centrifuges are sensitive. you may be able to cause damage through vibrations and shock waves but in general it is very hard to destroy something buried in a mountain. >> could it be right in betting that the u.s. cannot destroy underground facilities? the u.s. has been trying for years to build a penetrating bomb that can punch through hard rock and destroy deeply buried weapons site. robert gates said any military option would only delay, not end iran's nuclear program. >> the reality is there is no military option that does anything more than buy time. >> reporter: one idea that has been on the books for years? a 30,000 pound bomb that would be dropped from a bomber
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aircraft. but there is one complication. it is built near the holy city of qom, and no one wants to risk ined a ver tantly bombing religious sights in iran. a bomb kills eight people and injures 45 others. it happened today in northwest pakistan. packed a car with more than 200 pounds of explosives. they did not say how they may be connected to the attack. meanwhile a separate bombing at a pakistani politician earlier killed six people. a california man had a close call with tragedy when his car plunged 150 feet right off a steep cliff on devil's slide. his car teetered on the rocks, just inches from the ocean. >> i was noticing that i was falling backwards and i felt the
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car leaning towards the right so i was rotating as i was falling and i could feel the bumps. >> garcia managed to call 911 but rescuers had a hard time finding him. then they had to repel down the cliff to get him out of his car. garcia was wearing his seat belt and only suffered a few scrapes and bumps on his help. and promises for help to flooding victims. biden said he wants to prevent a katrina-like federal response to the disaster. >> the truth of the matter is for someone who has lost their home it is katrina. for someone in the situation here in the shelter, it is katrina. it is not katrina in its scope but the impact on your lives, we understand it is katrina. on a beautiful sunny day like
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today, the worst part of it all is i know from experience, the tragedy of what happened to you is singeing in. >> more people died in georgia. i got something to tell you about here. joy behar is coming to hln with her very own show and here is a sample of what to expect. >> so, i hear the ukraine has turned downelton john's request to adopt a 14-month old ukrainian boy. who is in charge there? victor -- i think i dated him. listen, victor, are you saying thattelton john is too old or too day? uh-huh. he may be day, but he also happens to be a celebrated humanitarian nighted by the queen of england. some people think he is the queen of england.
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this baby, this poor baby is unwanted, hiv positive and stuck in an orphanage with no prospects to move up in the world. where is he going go? estonia? and here is the chance to be taken in by two loving, fabulously rich parents who will give him the best health care and dress him in versace jammies. little lev will likely grow up in foster homes, turn into a bitter vodka swilling drunk and one day he will return and say you [ bleep ]. i am living in a dumpster when i could have had front row seats for the rest of my life and hung out with sting and elizabeth hurley and that is a sad story. but maybe that is just me.
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>> there is more joy coming up right here on hln. a thrill ride by a drag racing teen turns into a nightmare. >> he was doing over 100 miles an hour in a car he had only had for two weeks. >> now cops are caught behind the wheels promoting a new type of drag racing as a way to keep the streets safer.re e waiting f? the flowers are blooming. the air is sweet. and zyrtec® starts... relieving my allergies... 2 hours faster than claritin®. my worst symptoms feel better, indoors and outdoors. with zyrtec®, the fastest... 24-hour allergy medicine, i promise not to wait as long to go for our ride. zyrtec® works fast, so i can love the air™.
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police in san diego are switching lanes on drag racing and hoping to make it safer. yesterday drivers lined up for the annual law enforcement drag race. it was a sanctioned race and the aim here is to offer teens an alternative to dangerous, illegal street racing. >> we are trying to keep a safer community, safer streets, and they need to bring it on to a track. racetrack, not street. it works.
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>> in 2002, 48 deaths and injuries were blamed on illegal street racing. this year only one fatality has been reported. a michigan woman says that the state is threatening to fine her and possibly send her to jail for baby sitting her neighbors kids. the woman says she is just helping out her kids. the state says she is running an illegal day care. here is the story. >> i was like oh my gosh. >> reporter: when she opened the letter threatening to put her in jail, lisa schneider says she panicked. >> i called my husband and said i am threatened to be put in jail and fined. >> reporter: she is facing possible prosecution because for a few minutes in the morning, two of her friends' little boys wait for the school bus. >> i am a bus stop. >> he friends drop their boys off on the way to work and
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schneider puts them all on the bus on with her children. >> my children were getting on the bus here. >> my child is only here 20 minutes. >> how much are you getting paid. none. we're friends. we're friends. friends helping friends. >> i think this is an embarrassing overreach of our government. >> state rep sentive of portland calls the threats outrageous. >> threatening to put them in jail or fine them $1,000 for helping out their neighborhood. >> so he is introducing a bill that permits regularly baby sitting a person's child. >> i am embarrassed there is a law required for this. >> this is a bit ridiculous. >> we depend on each other. that's how the world should be. >> and thanks again to wzzn for that report. a spokesman for the michigan
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department of human services would not comment on the specifics but says they have no choice but to follow state law. what a difference tiger woods makes when he is there. he woke up this morning atop the leader board. tig wer the birdie putt there. love the friday orange he has going on there. good-looking shirt there. this sets up another birdie putt. he will play early on today. i got guys from chicago to detroit. i'm talking about the hood, all right? i got guys from granger county where they live in the hood. >> tennessee men's basketball
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coach. he apologized later on a local tv station saying the joke was inappropriate but he was trying to point out the challenges of getting players from different backgrounds to play together on a team. and watch this. first baseman derrek lee suffers neck spasms after a teammate slapped him on the side of the helmet. lee had to leave the game. only in chicago. to pittsburgh, this is the japanese prime minister hot ya ma, the pitch is not very good. he throws like a pirates pitcher. that's how bad the pirates are. good for him. that's sports. at first he said he was against it but now former president bill clinton says he has had a change of heart.
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former president bill clinton says he has changed his
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mind on the controversial issue of day marriage. in an interview with anderson cooper, he says he now supports the idea of letting day couples get maried. >> i decided that i was wrong. our society has an interest in coherence and strength and commitment, and if day couples want to call their union marriage and a state agrees and several has now or a religious body will sanction it and i don't think the state should be able to stop the religious bodies. i don't think the rest of us should get in the way of that. >> clinton does not support a constitutional amendment banning day marriage but thinks each state should be allowed to decide for itself whether or not to legalize it. >> resignation accepted. the u.s. army is accepting a
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discharge to first lieutenant aaron watada for refusing to go to iraq. he argued that the iraq war was illegal. >> they started forming lines yesterday to get tickets to the film, "this is it." a behind the scenes look for jackson rehearsing for his london show just before he died. >> everybody wants to save more and spend less and we have just the guy to help you. join clark howard at noon eastern. he will show you ways to save more, spend less, and avoid getting ripped off. the clark howard show today
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the man accused of plotting a bomb attack is back in new york. a judge has ordered zazi to remain in custody. authorities say that zazi planned to make bombs from household chemicals he bought from beauty spla stores. and the white house is running into legal and logistical hurdles to moving detainees. and families separated for
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decades are being reunited in north korea. they were separated by the korean war in 1953 with a cease fire and no formal peace treaty. and that is a check of your sart morning headlines. president obama is weighing his options for the direction of the law but as chris lawrence tells us there may not be an upside to the choices he is facing. >> a secret meeting at a secured military base in europe that could help decide the fate of up to 40,000 american troops. a face to face meeting with the afghanistan war commander. the goal? to better understand the troops and equipment needed in afghanistan. but those added troops are faced on fighting president obama's current strategy, counter insurance about the taliban.
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the administration was taken aback by the assessment of afghanistan's problems and the sheer number of troops needed to fix them. >> there is a discussion in place about whether adjustment should be made. >> president obama only supported expanding if it is proving to elt multimately beat kwooid. a just released audio tape allegedly from osama bin laden himself suggests he is listening to the debate. kwooid warns european nations to get out of afghanistan. >> he says there is a third option on the table besides immediately sending more troops or scaling back the mission.
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>> i think the immediate alternative contender is a blend of trying to negotiate more with the moderate taliban trying to await improved afghan performance before we add more resources trying to do what senator levin is saying. >> holding off on the troops could give the u.s. more time to pressure the afghan government to say we are not going all in here until you clean up your own corruption. as for negotiating with the moderate taliban, a senior defense official told me that the taliban believe they are winning and a lot of afghan people think they are winning. he thinks it will be hard to co-op them right now because who wants to jump ship if you think you are on the winning side. president barack obama is hailing efforts to get the world's economies back on track.
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mr. obama said that the global economy has been brought back from the brink of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s. but the fiscal message was overshadowed by iran's announcement. this comes a week before teheran meets with the u.s. and five other western powers. mr. obama says the international community is united in opposition to iran yees nuclear program. >> iran is on notice that when we meet with them on october first they will have to come clean and they will have to make a choice. are they willing to go down the path which i think ultimately will lead to greater prosperity and security for iran, giving up the acquisition of nuclear weapons and deciding that they are willing to abide by international rules and
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standards in their pursuit of peaceful nuclear energy or will they continue down a path that is going lead to confrontation? >> he accused the u.s. president of reanythinging on the call for national unity. >> we did not expect mr. obama within less than 48 years -- 48 hours to basically violate the commitment that he spoke of at the united nation. >> he also commented on the massive protest in his country saying a few people complained of fraud and he dismissed accounts of violence against the protesters saying most of the people who were hurt were pro-government.
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tonight show host, conan o' brian is recovering. doctors examined him yesterday at a hospital. nbc is keeping quiet about his condition or whether he was released. the network is not saying if sho production will continue next week. as for o'brien he is making light of the mishap. he said, "i was enjoying playing with mrs. lincoln. next thing i know i was in bed being served cookies and juice." a powerful explosion kills eight people and injures others. a suicide bomber packed a car with more than 200 pounds of explosives. they arrested two suspects but did not say how they may be connected to the atact. a second bombing killed six people. a california man had a close
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call with tragedy when his car plunged 150 feet right off a steep cliff. for nearly two hours, garcia's car teetered on the rocks. >> i noticed i was going backwards and i felt the car leaning towards the right so i was rotating and i could feel the bumps and the car crashing on the rocks. >> rescuers had a hard time finding him because of dense fog. then they had to repel down the cliff to get him out of his car. garcia was wearing his seat belt and only suffered a few scrapes and a bump on his head. we have been talking about severe flooding in the southeast. what's in store for the rest of us and that area as well? here is the latest forecast on this weekend. >> you know, i will tell you, but rain is back in the
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forecast. i don't think that's going be the scenario. especially in parts of alabama, tennessee, and of course, georgia. we could be dealing with a chance of flash flooding. now only through parts of just the deep south but to portions of the appalachians. this area of low pressure, everything driving off forwards the east where it will interact with moisture. so late day showers and storms certainly a possibility. meanwhile when you head out towards the west, very high and dry in many places including southern california. high temperatures for the day. take a look at this. 64 in new york. 100 in loss vegas and 105 in phoenix. the tropics continue to say pretty active. we have a system we are watching out there. this tropical depression right in the middle of the screen. it is forecast to strengthen a
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little bit. it may become tropical storm grace. at this time it doesn't pose any threat to land. let's hope it stays out of here. banks make a lot of money from extra fees but soon you, the customer, could get a break. jennifer is looking out for you. hey, jen. >> this week some of the big banks decided they were going trim the nasty overdraft fees. bank of america and wells fargo started it. maybe more will follow. will that be enough to pacify congress? congress has been hearing a lot of people saying they are furious after getting socked with overdraft fees. if you make a mistake and get hit with a few in one day it could be hundreds of dollars in some cases but banks don't want
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to give them all up. they brought in $38 billion this year alone sochl banks are hoping to give an inch so they can keep most of that revenue stream in tact. so bank of america and wells fargo, they are cutting the number of times they can hit you in a day. used to be ten times a day. sometimes they could hit you with $350 in a day. say you go over only $0. they won't whack you for a little mistake. congress is getting set to pass new regulations on debit and credit card fees that could possibly protection you. >> you can get more great money advice each weekday. a thrill ride by a drag racing teen turns into a nightmare. >> he was doing over 100 miles an hour.
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police in san diego are switching lanes on drag racing and hoping to make it safer. yesterday drivers lined up for the annual law enforcement drag race. the aim here is to offer teens an alternative to dangerous illegal street racing. >> we are trying to keep safer streets and they need to bring it on to a track. you have to racetrack, not street. it works. we know that it works. >> in 2002, 48 deaths and injuries were blamed on illegal
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street racing. this year police said there has only been one fatality reported. i am larry smith. would $10 million cure most of your ills? probably. when i asked tiger woods if it would ease the man of not winning any mayors this year and he quickly answered no. round three was moved up to early trying to get ahead of the rain. birdie putt on nine. five under par entering round three. this is stewart cink. he is a member of east lake, plays here several times a year. puts two tee shots over the fence, quadruple boegy entering the third round. john lester has beaten cancer so he is optimistic he can get past this. the red sox pitcher had to leave the game but he does believe he
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will pitch and continue on into next month's playoffs. and lions' games will be blacked out for not selling out. the second worst streak in nfl history includes an 0-2 start this season. and the triathlete and 2012 olympic hopeful auctioned off a dinner with herself. but she has caught heat in the blog world. what a surprise. somebody doesn't like something? she points out a portion of the winnings does go breast cancer research. that's sports. at first he said he was against it but now former president bill clinton has had a change of heart. the issue clinton says he now supports. show and tell
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former president bill clinton says he has changed his mind on the controversial issue of day marriage. in an interview with anderson
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cooper, clinton says he now supports the idea of day couples getting maried. >> i decided if i was wrong. if our society has an interest in strength and commitment and mutually reinforcing loyalties and if day couples want to call their union marriage and a state agrees and several have now, or a religious body will sanction it, and i don't think the state should be able to stop the religious bodies from doing that, i don't think the rest of us should get in the way of that ch. >> clinton does not support a constitutional amendment banning day marriage but each state should be able to decide for itself whether or not to legalize it. pope benedict xvi is urging a return to christianianty. at a welcome ceremony at the
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airport, he talked about the roman catholic church being persecuted. in 1991, 4.5 million czechs belonged to the church. it has dropped to 3.3 million. and uncovered three terror plots targeting three u.s. cities and all three are said to be unrelated. is this pure coincidence or is there a trend here? >> reporter: bomb plots allegedly plotting new york, dallas, texas, and springfield, illinois, all unfolding in the same week. the fbi coordinated the stings in new york and dallas, authorities say none of the cases are related. some experts say it is pure defense dense and others say the
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calendar is a factor. >> it is near september 11. it is also at the same time, ramadan was just over. it heightened do these things. >> reporter: it brought new allegations in the plot to attack quantico. that involved american converts to islam, proverbial home-grown terrorists who are often hard to detect. >> they don't think this recent spate of incidents necessarily in and of themselves indicates that home-grown terrorism is a greater threat today than a few weeks ago. >> reporter: but at least one analyst disagrees. >> there are a constellation of cases, which taken together suggests that the self-congratulations we had, you know, maybe we need to reexamine that proposition. >> reporter: some terrorism experts believe we should expect more domestic terrorism cases,
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that the situation will only get worse, not better, but they are encouraged that all of these alleged plots were short-circuited by law enforcement before they could be carried out. jeanne meserve, cnn, denver. resignation accepted. the u.s. army is granting a discharge other than other than honorable circumstances to first lieutenant aaron what at that tima. he's the first to be court-martialed for refusing to go to iraq. watada argued that the war was illegal. a judge ruled a second court martial would violate his constitutional right against double jeopardy. so michael jackson fans spent the night sleeping outside l.a.'s nokia theater. they started forming lines yesterday to get tickets to the film "this is it." the documentary offers a behind-the-scenes look for jackson rehearsing for his london show just before he
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decided. the tickets go on sale tomorrow. another obama appointee is out of a job. the white house says it's not caving to pressure from conservative pundits, but is this part of a growing pattern?
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the fbi is releasing more information about the man who allegedly planned to bomb a target in new york on the anniversary of 9/11. the materials authorities say he planned to use and where he allegedly got them. i'm still holding onto the steering wheel, and it took about four to five sects. that's how fast it was. i didn't have enough time to react. >> a driver ran right off a road and plunged 150 feet down a steep cliff here just inching away from the ocean. now he talks about his long wait for help and his dramatic rescue. threatening to put him in
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jail or fine him $1,000 for helping out their neighbor? >> this woman got in trouble with the state for watching her neighbor's children. she says she's just helping out some friends, but the state says she's breaking the law. hey, good saturday morning. i'm natasha curry. this is hln. topping the news this morning, the man accused of plotting a bomb attack to coincide with the anniversary of the september 11th attack says back in new york. a judge has ordered that najibullah zazi remain in custody. an employee of the butte,supply warehouse in new york describes zazi as a regular. the owner of the store says he gave the fbi a videotape that allegedly shows him buying a large amount of hide roy gen peroxide here. >> there was some small talk, specific to the product. i believe one of the employees
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asked, what are you using all this stuff for, and he joke gri said, oh, i have a lot of girl friends. >> his father, mohammed wali zazi, and a muslim from queens las also been charged. he's a mixture from a wannabe gangster and wannabe rock star. he appeared in federal court, accused of trying to blow up a skyscraper by driving a car with what he thought was a bomb into the building's garage. this isn't the first time samadi has gotten in trouble with the law. he was arrested for driving without a license. president barack obama is hailing efforts to get wrapping the two-day. mr. obama said the global economy has been brought back from the brink of the worst
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financial crisis since the 1930s. in comes just a week before tehran meets with the u.s. and five other western powers. mr. obama says the international community is united in its opposition to iran's nuclear program. >> iran is on notice. are they willing to go down the path which i think ultimately will lead to greater prosperity and security for iran? giving up the acquisition of nuclear weapons, and decision they are willing to abide by international rules and standards in their pursuit of peaceful nuclear energy, or will they continue down a path that is going to lead to
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confrontation? >> tehran quickly fired back. in an interview on cnn's "larry king live" president ahmadinejad called mr. obama's criticism baseless and accused of president of reneging on international unity at the general assembly. >> translator: we did not expect mr. obama, within less that 48 hours, to basically violate the commitment that he spoke of at the united nations. >> in the wake of tehran's bombshell revelation, what possible military options does the u.s. have in barbara starr takes a closer look. >> reporter: this is the new ground zero in the u.s. fight with iran over its nuclear weapons program. here, 20 miles north of the holy city of qom is where president
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barack obama says the regime has built a secret underground nuclear fuel plant. it's been an intelligence cat-and-mouse game to track iran's latest seek yet nuclear site. satellites have watched overshe had to watch for signs, but how can you know what's going on underground? >> that could have been through human intelligence, through penetration of their computer systems, it could have been through some mistake iran made and accidentally told somebody what was going on. so there's many ways. >> reporter: add this to two other major worries for the u.s. another enrichment facility at natanz, and a major nuclear center at isfahan, part of iran's plan to bury facilities under ground. putting part of the nuclear crown jewels underground to make
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it different to destroy them. >> it's sensitive if you whack them hard with a high level of explosives. you may call damage through vibrations and the shockwaves that go in, but in general it's very hard to destroy something buried in a mountain. >> reporter: could iran be right in betting the u.s. can't destroy the underground facilities? the u.s. has been trying for years to build a penetrating bomb that can punch through hard rock to destroy deeply buried weapon sites. in an interviewed aired sunday on cnn's "state of the union" defense secretary gates said any military option would only delay, not end the program. >> the reality is there is no military option that does anything more than buy time. >> reporter: one idea that's been on the book for years? a 30,000-pound bomb dropped from a b-2 aircraft, but there's one
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complication. it's built near the holy city of qom, and no one wants to risk inadvertently bombing religious sites in iran. barbara starr, pentagon. an explosion kills eight people and injures 45 others in northwest pakistan. police say a suicide bomber packed a car with more than 200 pounds of explosives. they arrested two suspects, but did not say how they may be connected to the attack. meanwhile, a separate bombing at a pakistani police station earlier killed six people. a california man had a close call with tragedy here when his car plunged 150 feet right off a steep cliff. for nearly two hours, jessie garcia's car teetered on the rock just inches from the ocean. >> then as -- i felt the car leaning toward the right, so it
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was rotating as it was falling. i could feel the bumps and the car crashing on the rocks. >> reporter: garcia managed to call 911, but rescuers had a hard time finding him because of defense fog. then they had to rappel down the cliff. luckily he was wearing his seat belt and suffered only a few scrapes and a bump on his head. vice president joe biden is promising quick federal help for the victims of severe flooding in georgia. he toured areas around atlanta yesterday, devastated by last week's flood. he wants to prevent a katrina-like federal response to the disaster. >> the truth of the matter is for someone who lost their home, it is katrina. for someone who's in the situation here in the shelter, it is katrina. it's not katrina in its scope, but the impact on their lives, on your lives, we understand it is katrina. and on a beautiful, sunny day like today, the worst part is, i
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track. it works, we know that it works. in 2002, 48 deaths and injuries were blamed on illegal street racing. this year police say there's only been one fatality reported. a michigan woman says the state is threatening to fine her and possibly send her to jail even for baby-sitting her neighbor's kids. the woman says she's just helping out her friends. the state says she's running an illegal daycare. phil dawson has the story. >> it was like, my gosh. >> reporter: when she opened the letter from the state department of human services threatening to put her in jail, lisa snyder says she panicked. >> i immediately called my husband and said, my gosh, i'm threatened to be put in jail and fined. >> reporter: she's facing possible prosecution because for a few minutes in the morning, two friends' little boys wait for the school bus. the bus stops at the snyder's house. her friends drop the boys off
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and snyder puts them all on the bus along with her children. >> my 7-year-old was getting on here. >> my child is only here for 20 minutes, and it's not every day. >> reporter: how much are you getting paid? >> nothing. we're friends. friends helping friends. >> i think this is an embarrassing overreach of our government. >> reporter: state representative brian kallie of portland calls the threats outrageous. >> fining them for helping out a neighbor? >> reporter: he's introducing a pig that permits someone to regularly baby-sit as long as they're not in the child care business. >> this should be common sense. >> this is ridiculous. friends can't help out friends? >> we depend on each other. that's how the world should be. >> thanks again to phil dawson
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for afteracy wzzm. >> a spokesman forred department says they have no choice but to follow state law. i'm larry smith. the tour championship was one of the cooler events in the pga tour schedule. only 30 are invited, the crowds are smaller, but the play is intense. what a difference tiger woods makes when he is there. a year ago he sat this out following knee surgery. he woke up this morning at the tour championship atop the leaderboard. tiger with the birdie putt there on 9, and here on 15 look at that. this sets up another birdie, but for tiger one-shot lead, he'll play early on today, trying to get ahead of the rains later today. i have guys from chicago, detroit, i'm talking about the hood, all right? i got guys from granger county where they were in the hood, okay? >> that was bruce pearl, out a
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joke with a little un-pc. he said the joke was inappropriate, but was trying to point out the challenges of players from different background, getting them to play as a team. he calls the chicago cubs, watch this, derek lee, after a home run, watch this right there. he suffered a neck spasm. lee had to leave the game. only in chicago. the "play of the day," this is the japanese prime minister hatayama. it's not very good. good for him, though. that's sports. at first he said he was against it, but now former president bill clinton says he's
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former president bill clinton says he's changed his mind on the controversial issue of gay marriage. in an interview with anderson cooper on our sister network cnn, the former president says he now supports the idea of letting gay couples get married. >> and i decided i was wrong, that if -- that our society has
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an interest in coherence and strength and commitment and mutually reinforcing loyalties, and if gay couples want to call their union marriage and the state agrees, and several have now, or a religious body will sanction it -- and i don't think the state should be able to stop the religious bodies from sanctioning it, i don't think the rest of us should get in the way of that. >> he also says he does not support a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, but he says each state should be allowed to decide for itself. resignation accepted, the u.s. army is granting a discharge other than under honorable circumstances for first lieutenant watada. he refused to deploy in 2006, arguing the iraq war was
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illegal. the court martial ended in a mistrial. a judge argued that a second court-martial would violate his constitutional rights. some michael jackson fans spent the night sleeping outside l.a.'s nokia theater. they started forming lines yesterday to get tickets to the film "this is it." it's a behind-the-scenes look of jackson rehearsing for his show just before he died. everybody wants to save more and spend less. we have just the guy to help you. join hln money expert clark howard at noon eastern. he's going to show you ways to save more, spend less and avoid getting ripped off. the clark howard show, noon eastern today right here on hln. another obama appointee is out of a job. the white house says it's not caving to pressure from conservative pun are pundits, but is this part of a growing pattern?
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in this week's empowered patient" we talk about whether hand washing works. there's a lot of experts who say it doesn't do much. but i want to talk about one woman who we helped this week. her name is yolanda. she wrote -- >> now, i must say that we chose this e-mail for a very selfish reason. i also have a large family. i have four children. it's hard to figure out how many vaccines each member of the family needs, because it might be difficult for every single person. so focussing on yolanda, we tried to figure this out. first we looked at yolanda and her husband. what we found is each of them just need one flu shot this year, one seasonal flu shot. they don't need h1n1, assuming
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they're both healthy and around 40. it's a different story for children. the 14-year-old will need two shots, the 11-year-old will need two shots, now, the 7-year-old, a bit different, will need two flu shots, plus one extra one, two h1n1 shots are not enough, so this child will need a seasonal flu shot, an h1n1 flu shot number 1, and then number two. i know this is probably confusing, so throughout the season, once this flu shot comes out in october, we'll be giving more guidance about how many shots different people in the family need. it depends on age and on underlying medical conditions. now, i started off by talking about hand washing and how maybe it doesn't do much to prevent swine flu. if you want to read about that, go to cnn.com/empowered democrat patient. some doctors say it's a bit of a myth that hand washing works. we'll tell you why.
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the imagine accused of blotting a bomb attack is back in new york. a judge has ordered najibullah zazi to remain in custody. authorities said he planned to make bombs from chemicals he bought from beauty supply stores. the guantanamo bay detention center may not be closed in time to meet president barack obama's deadline. the associate press was told the white house is running into legal and logistical hurdles. and tears of joy in north korea today, as families who were separated for decades are
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being reunited. the reunions are for families separated by the korean war which ended in 1953 with a cease-fire and no formal peace treaty. that's a check of your saturday morning headlines. i'm natasha curry. president obama is weighing his options for the war in afghanistan, but as chris lawrence tells us, there may not be an up side. >> reporter: a secret meeting at a secure military base in europe that could help decide the fate of 40 thousands american troops. cnn has learned general david petraeus and the chairman of the joint chiefs flew to ramstein, earn germany, for a face-to-face meeting. the goal? to understand what general mcchrystal needs in afghanistan. but the added troops -- officials tell us the administration was taken aback
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by general mcchrystal's assessment of afghanistan's problems and the sheer number of troops needed to fix them. >> there's a discussion taking place whether adjustmenting should be made. >> reporter: president obama says he will only support it if it's proven to ultimately defeat al qaeda. another consideration is a more limited goal of ensuring al qaeda doesn't operate in afghanistan. a just-released audiotape allegedly from osama bin laden himself suggests he's listening to that debate. al qaeda warnings european nations to leave the u.s.-led coalition and get out of the afghanistan. >> reporter: analyst michael ohanlon monitored the recent elections in afghanistan. he says there's a third option on the table besides immediately sending more troops or scaling back the mission. >> i think the leading
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alternative contender is a blend of trying to negotiate more with the so-called moderate taliban, trying to await improved afghan government performance before we add more resources, trying to do some of what senator levin is say, how we can use the afghan security force more assertively. >> ohanlon says holding off on the troops could give the u.s. more time to pressure the afghan government, to say, look, we're not going all-in here until you clean up your own corruption. as for negotiating with the moderate taliban, the problem is a senior defense official told me that taliban believed they're winning. and a lot of afghan people believe they're winning, so he thinks it would be hard to co-op them now, because who wants to jump ship if you think you're already on the winning side. chris lawrence, cnn, the pentagon. president barack obama is hailing efforts to get the world's economies back on track. wrapping up the two-day g-20
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summit in pittsburgh, mr. obama said the global economy mab brought back from the brink of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s, but his fiscal message was overshadowed by iran's admission that iran has a second enrichment facility. this comes a week before iran meets with the u.s. and five other western powers. mr. obama says the international community is united in its opposition to iran's nuclear program. >> iran is on notice that when we meet with them on october 1st, they are going to have to come clean and they are going to have to make a choice -- are they willing to go down the path which i think ultimately will lead to greater prosperity and security for iran, giving up the acquisition of nuclear weapons, and decides that they are willing to abide by international rules and standards in their pursuit of
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peaceful nuclear energy? or will they continue down a path that is going to lead to confrontation? >> reporter: tehran quickly fired back. in an interview on cnn's "larry king live" mahmud ahmadinejad called mr. obama's criticism baseless, and he accused of u.s. president of reneging on his call for international unity at the united nations general assembly. >> translator: we expect mr. obama within less than 48 years -- 48 hours to basically violate the commitment that he spoke of at the united nations. >> mr. ahmadinejad commented on the massive post-election process in his country, saying, quote, a few people complained of fraud. he also dismissed the accounts of protesters saying most of the people who were hurt were pro-government. conan o'brien is recovering after hitting his head during a
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extent for his show. doctors examined him yesterday. nbc is keeping quiet about his condition. the network is also not saying if show production will resume next week. last night they aired a "tonight show" rerun. he's making light of the mishap. in a statement he said, quote -- i was having fun playing, and next thing i knew i was in bed drinking juice. it happened today in northwest pakistan, police say a suicide bomber packed a car with more than 200 pounds of explosives. they arrested two suspects, but did not say how they may be connected to the attack. meanwhile, a separate bombing at a pakistani police station hours earlier killed six people. a california man had a close call with tragedy here when his car plunged 150 feet right off a
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steep cliff and double slide. for nearly two hours, he teetered on the rocks just inches from the ocean. >> i noticed i was falling backwards and i felt the car leaning toward the right, so it was rotating. i can feel the bumps and the car crashing on the rocks. >> garcia managed to call 911, but rescuers had a hard time finding him because of dense fog. luckily garcia was wearing his seat belt and only suffered a few scrapes and bump on his head. well, within the last week we've been talking about severe flooding in the southeast. what's in store for the rest of us and that area as well? let's check in with reynolds wolf for the latest forecast. >> i hate to see it, but rain is back in the forecast for parts of 9 southeast. wid in some parts nearly two feet of rainfall earlier in the
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week. still in spots where you have poor drainage, low-lying areas, especially in parts of alabama and tennessee, and of course unfortunately georgia we could be dealing with a chance of flash flooding. we already have watches and warnings in effect, not only through parts of just the deep south, but also in portions of the appear laze. the reason why is this area of low pressure, everything driving off toward the east where it will interact with moisture. so late-day showers and storms certainly a possibility. meanwhile, when you head out to the west, very hot and dry in many places, including southern california. highs for the day, take a look at this, 81 in memphis, 73 in atlanta, 91 in tampa, 64 in new york. 100 in las vegas and 105 in phoenix. speaking of heating up, the tropics continue to say pretty active. we have a system we're watching, this tropical depression 8 right here in the middle of the screen.
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if it strengthens, it may become tropical store grace. let's hope it stays out of here. that's a look at your forecast. i'm reynolds wolf for hln. a thrill ride by a drag-racing teen turning into a nightmare for one mother. >> he was do over 100 miles an hour in a car he had only had for two weeks. the car just completely disintegrated. cops are behind the wheel promoting a new type of drag racing. frequent fliers can pick up good deals for right now. >> perhaps the most benefit right now is waivers of those baggage fees. >> some airlines are making cashing in your rewards easier. >> united -- -- >> delta revamped their program.
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police in san diego are switching lanes on drag racing and hoping to make it safer. yesterday they line you had for the annual race, a sanctioned race at qualcomm, offering an alternative to teens. >> we're try to go keep a safer community, safer streets and they need to bring it onto a track. it works, we know that it works. >> in 2002, 48 deaths and injuries were blamed on illegal street racing. this year police say there's only been one fatality reported. i'm larry smith. you know the tour championship is one of the cooler events in the pga tour schedule. only 30 golfers are invited. however, what a difference tiger woods makes when he is there. a year ago he passed it up following knee surgery. this morning he woke up atop the leaderboard. with the birdie putt there on 9.
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here on 15, good-looking shirt there for tiger. this sets up another birdie, but one-shot lead. they will play early on today, trying to get ahead of the rains earlier on in atlanta. i've got guys from chicago, detroit. i'm talking about the hood, all right? i got guys from granger county where they wear the hood, okay? >> bruce pearl filling out a joke that was a little un-pc. he apologized later, saying the jokes was inappropriate, but was trying to point out the challenges of getting players from different backgrounds to play together as a team. another cubby, occurrence of lou piniella. watch derrek lee, he suffers a neck spaism. he had to leave the game, all this while the cubs were fighting for their playoff
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former president bill clinton says he's changed his mind on the controversial issue of grge. in an interview with anderson cooper on our sister network cnn, the former president said he now supports the idea of letting gay couples get married. >> i decided i was wrong, that if -- that our society has an interest in coherence and strength and commitment, and mutually reinforcing loimts.
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if gay couples want to call their union marriage and a state agrees, and several have now, or a religious body will saint it -- and i don't think the states should be able to stop religious bodies from saying it -- i don't think the rest of us should get in the way of that. >> he also said he does not support a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, but says each state should decide for itself whether or not to legalize it. pope benedict xiv is recounting the evils of communism and urging a return to christianity. at a welcome ceremony at the airport, he talked of how before the communist regime was overthrown in 1989, it persecuted the roman catholic church. he encouraged czechs to reoffer their christian routes. in 1991, 4.5 pill onczechs said they belonged to the church. a decade later that number had dropped to 3.3 million. resignation accepted. the u.s. army is granting a
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discharge under other than honorable circumstances for first lieutenant aaron watada. he's the first commissioned officers to be court martialed for refusing to deploy to iraq. he argued that the iraq war was illegal. the court-martial ended in a mistrial in 2007. a judge ruled a second court-martial would violate his constitutional right against double jeopardy. some scientists are warming that global warming is changing the landscape of greenland. phil black went along with greenpeace to visit a remote glacier. he reports on why climbed change in greenland will likely impact the world for today's eek on solutions. >> reporter: this is the fjord in southwestern greenland.
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this beautiful, remote environment, they're providing logistical support for scientists like dr. gordon hamilton. >> the beauty of this drn. >> i think, oh, my god. it's just unbelievable. dr. hamilton is a glacierologst. >> the vast green land is an ancient reserve of frozen water. the size is difficult to comprehend. >> it 12re67s for several hundred miles and it's about two miles thick.
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it feeds into glaciers like this one. >> reporter: the blue line marks the front where ice bergs carve off. it's huge. but like many around the world, it's intriguing. five miles or eight kill meters shorter than it was ten years ago. the doctor shows that it's flowing into the ocean much faster. >> some tin tifts believe it's part of a natural psych dell but other than a healing activity or changing the consequences felt around the world. another obama appointee is
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person's card on my front door and i thought that was a little strange so they told me to contact the local bank and i didn't know anything that was going on. as it turns out, for the last year i've been paying my rent on time or ahead of schedule and apparently the people that owned my house hadn't paid a mortgage for the last ten months. so in the process of not paying the mortgage, the house went into foreclosure and now the bank -- the house that i live in they are telling me, they wanted me out by sunday. >> what? >> caller: this was thursday afternoon. >> no. no no. . there's a law that protects you that gives you 90 days if your lease was up was your lease still under way? >> no, i had gone month to
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month. >> then you are aloued to return for a 90 day window you say what address do i send my rent to? you have a right to remain and stay in that property as long as you pay your rent each time the bank told me that i have no right -- >> well, you don't take that so as it turns out, i came home from work the following day and the local sheriff's department put a notification on my door saying that i had seven days. >> that's easy. you have a right to a hearing before a judge. you file for the hearing and go
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before the magistrate and present to the judge the statute and the judge will find it within your favor. >> what's going on in your life, james? >> clark, first of all, i enjoy your show very much and i wasn't listening to it enough. >> wow, that was a mouthful. what did you get yourself into that you wish you could get yourself out of? >> caller: my wife lost her job and her 401(k) we decided to roll it over and went down to my bank. i'm not a financial savvy person. i'm just a hard worker and so is my wife. it was a reputable company that
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wanted me to look in for eight years but i took a four year plan. my question s. am i in a lot of trouble with this money because they guaranteed me 7%. >> there are dozens of pages of contract that come with that variable annuity. >> yes, we got them your wife had 401(k) money that i would guess was inside an ira at the bank and inside they did a variable annuity. does that sound right? >> we had the money transferred from the 401(k) to the bank and then the bank evidently distributed to the company. >> great. when the surrender period is up on the variable annuity, your
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wife is then to take that money and put it where it is and the truly and i can't stand it, especially withed it money, it's done. and let's just do a reset once the period of time. coming up -- >> primarily my wins, i guess you would say, because i like to do thing like that. and he said, well, you are in a contract. and i said, no, i've had it since 2002. how can i be in a contract? >> uh-huh. how are you in a contract? ring ring ring ring.
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contract? >> how are you in a contract? >> caller: he said, if you look at your contract t. will automatically return under the same terms. >> what are the terms? >> well, it's a three-year term, so it's $29.99 a month. >> $30 a month? $30 a month? $30 a month? >> and we live in a really -- >> monica, the money police are on the way to your house to take your wallet away from you. read to me what it says how about it automatically renews? does it say that you have a five-day period by certified mail that you are not renewing your contract? >> you have a 30 day. i told them, you're taking advantage of people. >> of course they are.
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well, you can try to play hardball but you'll likely lose. if you chose to not pay them anymore. they will either a, sue you against the contract or, b, try to ruin your credit with a collection agency. and neither are very appetizing things to do. so if you can somehow come up with the $25 a month and then be done with them but the greatest thing you've done is you've warned so many people listening right now what to look out for. >> do you have a question for me? it's so easy to ask. go to cnn.com/clarkhoward and
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click on our video submission button. if you do so, i might be answering your question the next time you tune in. just as i'm doing with mike and tina. >> i'm mike. >> and i'm tin na. >> and we need a money coach. >> we've been very fortunate. we've made good financial decisions and therefore i've paid off my home. >> i learned my financial responsibility about my mother. she raised three children by herself and needed to be frugal with her money. we should be saving a lot more than we are because primarily my wins, i guess you would say, i like to go on trips and ebay and do things like that, there's a lot of money that disappeared. my question is, we own our home, we want to do some improvements.
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how should we budget for these upcoming needs. >> well, mike, first thing first. how neat is it that you two of you own your house free of clear, you have tens and thousands of dollars of cds. but here's a quick ling here, you still have time to play catch up. how do you do the retirement thing? how do you pay for the repairs that your house is going to need? you actually are going to have to find both at once. you're going to have to put 15 cents of every dollar that both of you make into savings. a dime of every dollar towards retirement, a nickel of every dollar into a house maintenance fund or into your rainy day stuff with banks and savings. that way you will start to build up cash and i wish that all 15
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go towards retirement but at least get that dime on a dollar done. a dime on a dollar is a magic number. if you three your entire working lifetime would save a dollar of every money that you make, which means you should be able to retire with some levels of comfort. if your investments do a little well t. may be more comfortable than some level. next on clark howard -- >> we're still around 30,000 and pretty high interest rate on all of it. >> wow. 30,000 in credit card debt? >> yes, sir. we want to make sure that we provide responsible lending, and we want to make sure that we enable our customers to be successful homeowners. so we try to make it as simple as possible @i especially for that first time home buyer., there's a lot of opportunity right now with what's happening in our economy, to really get out and educate. we, at bank of america, have simplified the process
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by offering the clarity commitment. letting the customer know, what they're going to sign up for. and we're going to be able to hold your hand from this from step one to the end, and welcome to bank of america. s it hard to breathe. but now that i'm breathing better with advair... i can enjoy the zoo with my grandkids. (announcer) for people with copd including chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both, great news. advair helps significantly improve lung function. while nothing can reverse copd, advair is different from most other medications because it contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator working together to help you breathe better. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporosis and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking advair. we had a great day, grandpa! we sure did.
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ask your doctor how advair helps improve lung function for better breathing. (announcer) find out how to get your first full prescription free at advaircopd.com. and we have a high interest rate on all of it. >> $30,000 on credit card debt? >> yes, sir. >> what kind of family income do you have now? >> well, if it's before --
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>> obviously no bonus but we're probably looking at about 59,000. >> okay. again, you're at that key trigger that you may have hrd me talk about and your credit card debt is half 6 your income. >> right. >> are you thinking of going to nfc clch nfcc to negotiate or what are you thinking about this. >> well, you talked about the nonprofit service that could potentially help and so what i'm thinking about doing is going to them and trying to get them to, you know, set up a plan for it and cut all of the interest rate and -- >> what interest rate does it carry? >> caller: anywhere from about -- i think it's somewhere between 15% up to about 28%. >> yeah, there's no way unless your income were to suddenly double that you're going to be able to with interest rate carry like that to do this.
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i think it makes perfect sense for to you go to a national foundation nor credit counseling affiliate. >> the question that i had, though, is, our goal is to try to get into -- we own a condo and the idea is that maybe in a couple of years we would be able to sell it. would that hinder us from getting into a new house or -- >> yeah. during the time that you still owe money, that will hurt your ability to buy a house and you can go to nfcc to see if they can come up with some budget that would work with you. that would not help you at all and could be a benefit to you. if you need to go into the debt management plan, yes, that frees you from buying a house while you're still on the payment plan. todd is with us. hello, todd. >> >> caller: hi, clark. >> how are you doing? >> caller: i'm doing great.
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wonderful yourself? >> great. and what is going on? >> caller: well, over the years i accumulated some money and i started listening to your program and you talked a lot about the roth i.r.a.s. but the company where i had my atraditional i.r.a. -- >> there's no penalty at all for going from a regular i.r.a. to a roth. you have to meet an income threshold, which is you have to earn less than $100,000 a year. but in 2010, there is no income limit. >> okay. >> what you do have to pay, it's not penalty but you paid tax as if you earned that money.
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if you wait until january, the tax is spread over 2011 and 2012 doing a conversion from a regular i.r.a. to a roth. are you sitting there with a lot of cash just going unloved in your life that could you use to pay the tax bill it would be due on converting a regular i.r.a. into a roth? >> no. not really. >> then don't even think about it. >> right now i'm working part time. i lost my full-time job. >> whatever you can start moving forward each year rather than contributing to a remember i.r.a. would be to your advantage. at least all future i.r.a. contributions could be rothi.r.a. rather than another. >> that's exactly what i needed to know. i'm sorry it's been tough throughout going full time to part time.
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the economy is recovering and jobs recovered later but eventually they do come back. >> do you know that car rental companies being on the financial road have been in the business with anybody in the business to do something about the country being in a recession in they reduce the number of car rentals that they have in their fleet. when you think about hotels, they don't suddenly shut all of the hotels. airlines, what do they do? they are expensive. car rental companies can simply say we're not going to buy a new car. reduction the number of cars that they have on hand by very, very large numbers. meaning car rental places are going up, not down, in this downed economy. how should you beat it? shop multiple companies so try hotpyre and priceline for deals on car rentals.
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is it worth working away from the despite the lower sales tax? >> you're asking me, pay me now, pay me later. interesting grooming.
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raves "car magazine." "slick and sensuous," boasts "the washington times." "the most striking vw in recent memory," declares-- okay, i get it already. i think we were in a car commercial. ♪ yeah ♪ yeah. >> welcome to comcast local edition. my guest this hour is dr. faye williams, national chair of the national congress of black women. thank you so much for joining me. >> it's always great to be here. >> now, for those that may not know, what's the mission of the national congress of black women? >> well, we are an organization that works with the community, mainly with young people. we have a program for 9-12 years
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old where we teach them about the wonderful vocations there are in life. we bring in ambassadors, athletes, and we want them to know that they can be more than a singer, dancer, or football player. we have another program for which comcast is our media partner on young ambassadors. we try to teach young adults to navigate life. we teach conflict resolution, about vocations, and about going to school, the importance of time management, discipline, that kind of thing. >> thou, you have an anniversary awards luncheon coming up. you recognize numerous women for their wonderful accomplishments. when is the luncheon? >> sunday, september 27th. people remember it by the sunday morning following the congressional black caucus. it's at 11:00 this year, which is a change of time.
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>> where is it located? >> this year at the united states naval yard, sixth and m street southeast. we're looking forward to having a wonderful time. there's a beautiful view of the water there. >> and in celebrating your 25th anniversary, congratulations, by the way. >> thank youia who are some of our honorees? there's an extensive list. >> we always honor first our founding chairs and fathers. we want to salute them first. janet lange heart corn, we have several other women, we always honor the newly elected blank
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congresswomen. that will be marsha fudge this year. we have a judge from michigan, judge denise langhart mars, and i'm sure we have a couple of more, a general manager of a car dealer, ms. craft from the area, and of course, our wonderful chair, president of the northern verge urban league laverne chapman. regina kelly, the subject of the movie american violet. >> you have an extensive list of women that touch us in so many areas of our lives. >> we have a good mother award. this year it's being received by peter harvey. we are honoring him, because as an attorney general, he worked very hard on domestic violence. that's one of our projects. we honored him. last year we were honored that
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have kami brown. >> thank you for honoring him. >> we are probably the only organization in town that has a $75 fundraising ticket. that's the general admission. there are corporate tickets, member tickets, and general membership tickets, general public tickets. they are selling pretty fast this year. when they hear about the honorees, people want to bring their young children, especially young women to meet these people. they can meet the young lady that flew across the country. >> thank you for joining me. >> we hope to see you there this year. >> my pleasure, definitely. my guest has been dr. faye
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williams national chair of the national congress of black women. if you're interested in what comcast is doing in your area, go to on demand and click local. for comcast local edition, i'm donna richardson.
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i'm here to avoid you spending more and saving less. i am really excited. why? because i'm a travel nut. and if you are a travel nut, too, and you can afford to go somewhere and you have the time, this fall is your friend because the travel business flat out
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doesn't have any customers. i saw a report recently from the website hotel rate.com down by 17% this year from a year ago. that is a huge drop in pris. i've even gotten some ruins in the 30 permit and these aren't playbacks and every sector ever travel thaw look at is a real deal in the time period leading up to just before thanksgiving. if you want to fly somewhere, the bargains are everywhere and especially not just in the united states but to the caribbean and to europe. how about cruises? the fall is always value time on cruises but especially this year. one thing that is not a bargain right now, car rentals. car rental rates are actually going up. but maybe you can walk once you get to your destination. and now it's time for your
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question. what is on your mind? >> henry, supposedly we are out of the recession but it doesn't feel like it to you, does it? >> no, sir. our company filed chapter 11 bankruptcy. what does that mean for the 401(k)? >> it should be in the hands of the 401(k) administrator and the money that you have in the account is your money. and may not and and quit
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contributing to our 401(k) in july and we cannot get any answers about how we can move our money to wherever. >> well, your money -- if hu stop contributing back in the summer, the administrator for the plan continues to administer the plan just as they did before. and so you cannot move your money from them as lodge long as you stay employed with the employer. if the employer were to later not make it in bankruptcy and they shut down, it's then that your 401(k) money comes available to you ayou can move it to wherever you want in an
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i.r.a. ashley s. how are you? >> i'm fine. >> i understand that you have a mortgage dilemma that you want to run by me. are you buying a property or refiing one? >> caller: we are thinking about buying a new property. >> so you are the one person in america hoping to sell their home? >> right. so we're going to sell our home first but assuming that we can sell our home, we are on the market. but the probably that we are having is i've talked with several mortgage brokers that in the price range that better looking for, we're going to need to make a job plan of 2078%.
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we can definitely afford the monthly payment and we've got enough for the down payment in excess of 10% but getting to across the 20% mark would definitely be probably beyond what we can do meeldsly. we can do a mortgage just under the mortgage loan limit and then you put a second mortgage on top of that. but that would be an extremely high rate. he suggested that it would be like 9%. >> all right. i don't see that as an outside risk. what other options are you looking at? >> i've got one other suggestion. i think i know what your response to this suggestion will be but one of the brokers that i spoke to said that i ought to
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borrow money for my 401(k) to try to get across the 20% mark. >> as long as the borrowing rate is reasonable on the 401(k), i hope that lightning doesn't strike me down right now. i think that that would be an acceptable way for to you get to 20%. but i don't dismiss out of hand what you're think being of doing because if you had called me up and said that we have no down payment money at all but we can come up with it borrowing from my 401(k). i would say, no way you should do that. because it helps you close a gap, i think that would be a reasonable way for to you get it done. >> i want to be financially secure. that would mean no mortgage or living offer my investments. >> they said that in seven years they have never failed to return
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you're going to be earning points back. so, i mean, we find ways to help customers save money. that's my bank of america card. that's the one i want to use. @% coldwell. yes, banker? now all our listings are on any smartphone. indeed. now people can search home listings anytime, anywhere. coldwell? whoa! looks like you can search listings and connect with our great agents on this thing. isn't technology amazing? yeah, but it makes me dizzy.
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announcer: coldwell banker. we never stop moving. explore real estate videos and more all at youtube.com/coldwellbanker. lisa is with us. >> yes. >> so off scam? >> yes. >> what is the offer from? >> i got contacted by an agency that told me that if i give them
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$2,000 they will fill out the paperwork and assign the grants to me and they are out of the seven years that they have been working, they have never returned more than $63,000 worth ever grand. and i'm not very quick to jump at this. >> so they said that in seven years they have never failed to return somebody less than how much money? >> 53,000. >> you can hear the manure coming out of that cow, right? >> yeah. >> full manure. in fact, if they send scamming to people, this is far too much with organizations that say that
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they've got secret inside scoops on grants and you just pay them the money and they are going to get that money for you several times over and that's been around as an old dee but bad dee. they don't have any credit card carts do they? >> no, definitely. i just made it a lot easier at this point. this is completely bogus and if the clown calls you back again, tell that person that i sid that they were a crook, that they should be ashamed of themselves, spell my name, and give that hoodlum my phone number and i'm happy to say to that individual what a creep they are and i'm so glad that you are staying out of hands way. >> do you p want me to be your money coach? here's what you've got to do. go to cnn dot don't/clark howard
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and then submit your question to me and wau la, you might be with me on the tv just like chris. >> hi, my name is chris and i need a money coach. i hope to retire in nine years. i just don't node where to put my money. >> chris, by the time you plan to retire, you have no mortgage, you carry no credit card debt or any other personal debt and you've been saving money like
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clock work, saving for the future. but did you ever make me nervous by saying, did i need to be more aggressive with my investments? if you look at how many years you are away from that, you wouldn't have time to recover in the markets tanked. at your age, 40% to 50% of all your savings in stock take choices. the other hafr needs to be more conservatively invested and bond type choices, cds, savings accounts so that you don't put yourself too much at risk. now oh, lits say you're in your 20s or 30s? you're in a completely different situation. you should actually go into the stock type choices available to you in a retirement plan at work, like a 401(k) or you use
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after-tax dollars and the most important thing if you're married, you'll be amazed with how much money you want to work with. >> next on clark howard. >> well, all of that stuff is going to take seven years from not when you turned 18 but from when you stopped paying on all of these things. it will be seven years before those things completely stop marming. >> well, that's not good. ring ring ring ring. hey, your chicken noodles ringing. ring ring. progresso. hi, may i speak to my oggy please? thank you. i'm sorry, who? my grandma. this is obviously her chicken noodle soup. only hers tastes like this. just put my oggy on the phone. thanks so much. hold one moment please. another person calling for her grandmother. she thinks it's her soup huh? i'm told she's in the garden picking herbs. she is so cute. okay well i'll hold. she's holding. wha? she's holding. tell her its karen.
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a simpler way to ship. >> jason joins us. hi, jason. >> when i was 18, 19, i took out some student loans. i also took out a personal loan from a credit union and i also
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had he my credit is not in the best of shape and i have to figure out how to get it back on track with the credit score. i haven't had any credit cards or anything like that. >> well, first, on the student loans, you have to bring the student loans current. of the things you mentioned, the student loans are the one thing that will follow you the rest of your life if you don't make amends on those. >> okay. so the first step to getting your credit on the right path, you need to meet with a default counselor. you said your grand dad co-signed the car loan. the car actually got repossessed. >> but you're paying off the balance -- >> the balance. >> well, that's good because you're cleaning that up.
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all of that stuff is going to take seven years from not when you turned 18 but from when you stopped paying and seven years before those things completely start harming. so that means you're not far away from the negative of these things disappearing from your report. although the items stay on your report for seven years. the good news for you is that once you pay them off, that instantly raises your score a lot. but i have no worry about you, jason, because you made no excuses. you took full responsibility and now you're making good on the money. i think you're going to be fine with how the handle money the rest of your life. >> john, how are you doing? >> i'm doing well. how are you? >> good, thank you. john, you are a landlord like me. is that right? >> i am a landlord just within the past two years. i have three, three units.
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i have two trip plexes which i have a lease option on and i'm two years into that athe remaining units i have through stellar financing. >> wait. you were such a good salesperson that you have convinced all of these people to sell you places and finance the purchases for you? >> yes. the only two individuals. and the term is great. the terms i've got 3% at -- on a 15-year and i've got a five-year balloon. so my question s. one, i would like the seller to report to a credit agency on my behalf. >> because you're trying to establish a track record to qualify for a loan when the balloon hits? >> right.
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>> i have a suggestion for you because it's going to be hard for you to make that happen. you're trying to get a square peg to fit in a round hole. you need to get with a local community bank where you go and bank. >> caller: okay. >> you might want to go to two or three of them and you go in and you sit down with the president of the bank and you layout for him or her what it is you're doing. you have your financials for them. and you tell them what your needs are. >> caller: okay. >> that is how you as an entrepreneur build up a long successful relationship with the bank. because you're never going to make that happen with one of giant banks. i think that really it's exciting you've been able to be persuasive to get people to owner finance. i think you'll be equally successful persuading banks to be your partner. i hate to ever talk about a
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problem to which i can't offer you an easy remedy or solution but there's something going on out there i feel i just got to tell you and then there are precautions you should take to protect yourself. do you know according to "washington post," you can hire companies, this is strange term, hire hackers on the web for $30 or more to crack somebody else's e-mail pass word so that you can go into their account and snoop around. who's doing this the most often? >> well, it's a spouse or boyfriend or girlfriend who's worried somebody is cheating, but it could also be used for any of a number of dishonest purposes including corporate he is pea onage and here's what you need to know. the hackers will be able to bring in if somebody is determined. you need to be careful what you store in your e-mail any could gain access too. >> next on clark howard --
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>> i need to build it up quick, only got 25 years left to work. how do i go about doing that? >> you have a double opportunity here. but now that i'm breathing better with advair... i can enjoy the zoo with my grandkids. (announcer) for people with copd including chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both, great news. advair helps significantly improve lung function. while nothing can reverse copd, advair is different from most other medications because it contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator working together to help you breathe better. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporosis and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking advair. we had a great day, grandpa!
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eye vicious attack on a store clerk during a armed robbery. police are asking for your help finding a woman who used a crow bar to assault a store employee. i woman who got a wrong embryo has delivered a baby. is it a boy or girl and who will the infant go home with? what is the biggest danger for late night talk show host. conan o'brien had something else that landed him in the hospital. >> good saturday to you, you're watching hln. so glad you're with us. time to get you caught up. the guantanamo bay likely won't be closed in time to meet a
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deadline set by president obama. legal complications are delaying efforts to close the facility. but the sources say they think the facility will be closed soon. during his first week in office president obama signed an executive order setting the january deadline. senate republican leader mitch mcconnell says it proves this no better alternative for mousing detainees. [ screaming ] >> stay back. >> pretty brutal to work. this was caught on tape and happened in me smt amount, az, the woman suddenly pulled out the crow bar and hit the clerk several times. she fled in a car with no license plate. investigators are hoping this surveillance video will lead to the assailant, the clerk by the way is doing okay.
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>> an ohio mother mistakingly implanted with another woman's embryo has given birth to a healthy baby boy. carolyn savage and her husband released a statement announcing the baby's birth and congratulating his biological parents. the savages recently revealed that she got another couple's embryo when she underwent in vitro fertization. they found out about this ten days after the procedure. and decided to carry the baby to term and turn him over to his genetic parents. there's a new drive to legalize marijuana in the state of california the it's not about politics but cold hard cash. a new proposal would make it legal for california yans to possess up to an ounce of marijuana. backers, including an oakland candidate running for mayor wants to get it on the ballot next year. they say taxes could help local government suffering from the
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recession. >> it will help fund our current economy crisis in california but not make it easier to get access -- >> if we can find a way to tax and regulate a substance that is the largest cash crop in california and take those moneys out of the hands of the black market and put them into the hands of the cities and governments, then we all win. >> it sounds good but o pone epts say the revenue claims are misleading. they say legalizing marijuana could lead to drug abuse. president barack obama is hailing efforts to get the worlds economies back on track. wrapping up the g-20 summit, the fiscal message was overshadowed by iran's admission that it has a second uranium enrichment facility. president obama said the international community is
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united in its opposition to iran's nuclear program. >> iran is on notice that when we meet with them on october 1st, they are going to have to come clean and they are going to have to make a choice. are they willing to go down the path which i think ultimately will lead to greater prosperity and security for iran, giving up the acquisition of nuclear weapons and deciding that they are willing to abide by international rules and standards in the pursuit of peaceful nuclear energy or continue down a path that will lead to con frontation. >> tehran quickly fired back. iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad accused the u.s. president of reigns on his call
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to call for unity at the united nations assembly. >> we did not expect mr. obama within less than 48 hours to basically violate the commitment that he spoke of at the united nation. >> mahmoud all din jad said only a few people complained of fraud and most of people that were hurt were pro-government. >> joe biden is promises quick federal help for the victims of severe flooding in georgia. yesterday biden toured areas near atlanta devastated by last week's floods. biden says he wabts to ensure the government responds properly to the disaster. >> the truth of the matter is, for someone who lost their home, it is katrina. for someone in a situation the people in a shelter it is katrina. it is not katrina in its scope
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by any stretch of the imagination but the impact on their lives and your lives, we understand it is katrina. on a beautiful sunny day like today the worst part of it all know, i know from experience, the tragedy is sinking in. >> at least nine people died in georgia after days of storms dumped 22 inches of rain in some parts of the state. i'm reynolds wolf with a look at the forecast. one big stories we have around the nation, a possible repeat performance we had earlier in the week. we're talking about heavy rainfall. will we see the widespread flooding in parts of the southeast like monday and tuesday? didn't appear that way. still we'll see scattered showers and possibly heavy storms in the southeast and into the appalachians. you'll notice a lot of green popping up across the map. kno those are your watches and advisories. the reason why it could occur is simple. an area of low pressure cruising into the south and as it moves
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from west to east it win interact with moisture and it could give us heavy rainfall into the appalachians. farther out west, very dry conditions can be expected. very warm too with high temperatures in phoenix and into southern california that will be into the 90s and 100s. 100 for las vegas. 79 in denver. 81 in memphis, 63 in boston. that's a wrap on your forecast. i'm reynolds wolf for hln. >> many organizations are stepping up to help flood victims in the southeast. if you're wondering what you can do to help out to pitch in, go to our website, cnn.com/impact. you'll find a wide variety of resources that will help you impact your world. tonight show hoet conan o'brien is recovering after being hit in the head. nbc is keeping quiet about his condition or whether he was released or not. the network is not saying if
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former president bill clinton says he has changed his mind on the controversial issue of gay marriage. in an interview with anderson cooper, he says he now supports the idea of letting same sex couples get married. >> i decided is wrong, that if our society has an interest in co-herance and strength and
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commitment and reinforcing loyalties. and if gay couples want to call the union marriage and a state agrees and several have now a religious body sangs it, i don't think the rest of us should get in the way of that. >> clinton also said he doesn't support a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage but thinks each state should decide for itself whether or not to legalize it. a mixture between a want to be rock star, the 19-year-old juror dain yan national appeared accused of trying to blow up a dallas skyscraper into a garage.
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newly released video shows his arrest on september 10th for driving without a license. resignation accepted. the u.s. army is granting a discharge under other than honorable circumstances to the first commissioned officer to be court martialed for refusing to go to iraq. he refused to deploy in 2006 arguing it was illegal. his court-martial ended in a mistrial in 2007. a judge ruled a second court-martial would violate his constitutional rights against double jeopardy. they sang president obama's praises literally. now a group of elementary school students from new jersey are at the center of a growing controversy. some conservatives are outraged and say the performance is the same as political indoctrination. mary snow has more. >> that's my son. >> reporter: gina says she was shocked to find her son and
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classmates singing about obama. it was posted on youtube and set off a firestorms of emotion. >> the chanting is what upsets me. >> gina and her husband said they have no idea their son's class last year even sang the song. >> i felt they were brain washing my child rather than teaching him. they were pushing their political views rather than educating him. so i just think they overstepped. >> and i think it has to do with people that don't want politics mixed with school. >> reporter: bran da morrison's daughter was in the video and doesn't see a problem. says the kids are adorable. >> what do you say to critics that say the song barack obama was indoctrinating kids? >> it is laughable.
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>> reporter: spreading far beyond, becoming front page headlines and hot topic on the blogosphere. the superintendent says it did receive harassing calls. our repeated requests to pe to school owe spishl officials we. the state education commissioner is now reviewing what happened to quote, ensure students can sell bra celebrate the achievements of african-americans without inappropriate partisan politics. lives in the area and is stunned -- >> the issue with the anger and where is it coming from. >> reporter: parentlessly gibson says it is justified. >> i'm glad you are here, they are trying to sweep this under the rug. >> mary snow, cnn, burlington, new jersey.
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>> how would you like to find this out your child's school? >> a boa constrictor slithering outside the school. none of the students went close and touched the snake. it was the second one found in the area this week. both were taken to a local nature preserve. you may call this a sting operation. a routine inspection at a south florida church revealed a swarming surprise. thousands of honeybees nesting in a wall near where children often play. the wall was sprayed with pesticide and the church's pastor is going to make sure it doesn't happen again. there is strong reaction to a new rule at the california mall. >> you're getting on me because i'm black. not everybody is a bad person because i have a hoody on. he's not going to go rob a store. >> why the mall wants shoppers to watch what they wear. stay with hln. ] dear cat. gentle cat.
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[ engine powers down ] gentlemen, you booked your hotels on orbitz. well, the price went down, so you're all getting a check thanks. for the difference. except for you -- you didn't book with orbitz, so you're not getting a check. well, i think we've all learned a valuable lesson today. good day, gentlemen. thanks a lot. thank you. introducing hotel price assurance, where if another orbitz customer books the same hotel for less, we send you a check for the difference, automatically. a lower interest rate on your mortgage can save you a whole lot of money. in some cases hundreds of dollars every month. clark howard tells you how to qualify for the best deal. >> and the topcy turfvy world of what can you pay on a mortgage, the rates that were really lower earlier this year, went away
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much of the summer now have started coming back down. you won't get the rates as low as they were this past spring, but the opportunities available, if your credit standing is good and especially for people who have equity in their home, for you to refi really, really solid opportunities again. the best opportunity in the market right now is on 15-year fixed rate loans. normally there's a spread between 30-year and 15-year loans that's about a little less than half a percent. right now with a lot of lenders that spread is just about three quarters of a point lower. and again for people with good credit, you should be able to get a 15-year fixed rate loan right now at 4.5% or below. one thing to watch though, the closing costs have gone up. i'm clark howard. for more ways for you to save dough, go to cnn.com/clarkhoward. >> great advice and you can get
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more at 4:00 p.m. eastern in the struggling economy he'll help you save more, spend less. >> you can guy hoodies at the mall but you can't wear them there. why they are telling shoppers to keep them off their heads. >> reporter: some shoppers find the new dress code offensive. >> you're getting on me because i'm black. >> reporter: raw reaction from this shopper. >> not everybody is a bad person because i have a hoody on. you know. >> reporter: security says it's a matter of safety. >> wearing hoods over your head to conceal your face. we don't allow masks and we certainly won't allow hoods. >> reporter: but is banning hoods inside the mall legal? >> shopping mall is allowed to have reasonable regulations, the question will be do they have evidence to support their
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regulations? is there some reason they adopted it to show they are not targeting people irrationally. >> reporter: security had said they have seen similar restrictions at local banks. robbers often shield their faces with hood. >> be aware of cultural beliefs and my guys will use discretion. >> reporter: some bowling alleys have outlawed sagging pants but malls are considered private and can impose its own rules according to legal experts. >> good thing. yeah, i think so. people behave better when they are dressed nicer. >> reporter: she works security and doesn't think shoppers should be prevented from wearing hoods indoors. >> if there's a group, you know, like three or more and they are hopping inside a store, that's a different thing. >> our thanks for that report. by the way, that's not the only fashion no-no at that mall. people who like to wear their
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pants low and expose their underwear will have to cover up with a long shirt. a california man had a close call with tragedy when his car did this. it plunged 150 feet off a steep cliff at the place known as devil's slide. for almost two hours jessie garcia's car teeterred on the rocks. >> i was noticing i was falling backwards and felt the car leaning towards the right. it was rotating as it was falling and i can feel the bumps in the car crashing on the rocks. >> garcia managed to call 911 but rescuers had a hard time finding him because of dense fog. they had to repel down the cliff to get him out of the car. luckily he was wearing his seat belt and only had a few scrapes and a bump on his head. cops have tried a lot of ways to stop drag racing. if you can't beat them, join them. it seems to be working well for one california city. ♪
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a vicious attack on a store clerk during an armed robbery. police are asking for your help finding woman who used a crow bar to assault a store employee. a woman who got the wrong embryo at a fertility clinic has delivered the baby. who will the baby go home with? >> conan o brian had something come to his head and landed him in the hospital. good saturday, you're watching hln. i'm susan hendricks. the guantanamo bay detention center likely won't be closed in time to meet a january deadline
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set by president obama. administration sources say legal complications are delaying efforts to close the facility. the sources say they think the facility will be closed soon. during the first week in office, president obama signed an security order setting the january deadline. senate leader mitch mcconnell says the announcement proves there is no better alternative for housing detainees. [ screaming ] >> stay back. stay back right here. >> pretty brutal to watch. a clothing store clerk was attached by a woman with a crow bar. it was caught on tape. this happened thursday night in mesa, arizona. the woman was paying for shirts when she suddenly pulled out the crow bar and hit the clerk several times. she robbed the store of $200 and fled in the car with no license plate. investigators are hoping this surveillance video will lead to the assailant. the clerk by the way is doing
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okay. >> an ohio mother mistakingly implanted with another woman's embryo has given birth to a healthy baby boy. they released a statement yesterday announcing the baby's birth and congratulating his biological parents. the savages revealed she got another couple's embryo when she underwent inveet to fert i willization. they found out ten days after the procedure, if you can imagine and decided to carry the baby to term and turn him over for genetic parents. >> there's a new drive to legalize marijuana in the state of california. it's not about politics but cold hard cash. a new proposal would make it legal for california yans to possess up to an ounce of marijuana. they want to get it on the ballot next year. they say taxes on marijuana sales could help local governments suffering from the recession. >> the ballot measure itself
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will help fund our current economy crisis here in california but will not make it easier for youth to get access. >> if we can find a way to tax and regulate a substance that is the largest cash crop in california and take those moneys out of the hand of the black market and put them into the hands of the cities and government, then we all win. >> now it sounds good but opponents say the revenue claims are misleading. they say legalizing marijuana could lead to drug abuse. >> president barack obama is hailing efforts to get the world's economy back on track, wrapping up the two live day summit, he said the global economy has been brought back from the brink of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s. news comes a meet before tehran meets with u.s. and five other western powers.
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says the international committee is united in cooperation with iran -- >> they are going to have to come clean and they are going to have to make a choice. are they willing to go down the path, which i think ultimately will lead to greater prosperity and security for iran, giving up the acquisition of nuclear weapons and deciding that they are willing to abide by international rules and standards in their pursuit of peaceful nuclear energy. or will they continue down a path that is going to lead to confrontation? >> well, tehran quickly fired back. president ahmadinejad called mr. obama's criticism baseless and accused the u.s. president of reigning on his call for
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international unity at the united nations general assembly. >> we did not expect mr. obama within less than 48 years -- 48 hours to basically violate the commitment that he spoke of at the united nation. >> ahmadinejad said, quote, a few people complained of fraud and also dismissed counts of violence amongst the protesters and saying most people that were hurt were pro-government. >> joe biden is promising quick help for victims of flooding in georgia. biden toured areas near atlanta devastated by lat week's flood. biden wants to ensure the government responds properly to the disaster. z zbh. >> the truth of the matter is for someone who has lost their home, it is katrina. for someone is in a situation like in this shelter, it is
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katrina. it is not katrina in its scope but the impact on their lives and your lives, we understand it is katrina. and on a beautiful sunny day like today the worst part of it is, i know from experience, the tragedy of what happened to you sinking in. >> at least nine people died in georgia after days of storms dumped as much as 22 inches of rain in the state. i'm reynolds wolf with a look on the forecast. one of big stories around the nation, we're talking heavy rainfall. will we see the widespread flooding like we had on monday and tuesday? >> didn't appear that way. it looks like still we'll see scattered showers and possibly heavy storms in the southeast and into the appalachians. you'll notice a lot of green popping up across the map. those are your watches and advisories with regard to flooding. might see in the southeast. and the reason why it could occur pretty simple. an area of low pressure cruiseing into the deep south pulling the frontal boundary.
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it will interact with a lot of moisture from the gulf of mexico and the atlantic ocean. further out west, very dry conditions can be expected. very warm with high temperatures into phoenix and southern california into the 90s and 100s. 87 in dallas and 81 in memphis. i'm reynolds wolf for hln. tonight show host conan o'brien is recovering after hitting his head during a student for a show. nbc is keeping quiet about his condition or whether he was released or not. the network is not saying if show production will resume next week. last night they aired a "tonight show" show re-run. in a statement he said, quote, i was enjoying the play with mrs. lincoln. the next thing i knew i was in
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bed being served cookies and juice. it's called a silent killer, symptoms are often barely noticeable. ovarian cancer. so many women never know they have the disease until it's too late. elizabeth cohen reports in today's health for her. states are now trying to change that by promoting public awareness and raising research money to fight this deadly disease. >> carla knows she can make a difference. a breast cancer survivor is using her office to highlight another deadly disease. >> one of most important things we can do alert the signs and symptoms so they have a better chance of discovering it early. >> more than 21,000 american women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer this year. that's why march quel along with other first ladies across the country are trying to raise
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awareness about ovarian cancer. jill was diagnosed six years ago and shocked a lot of women don't realize the seriousness. >> the symptoms are so subtle. you have to know what they are. >> that's not always easy. dr. james lar sen says the most common symptoms can be confused with more benign health concerns. >> people can have abdominal bloating or pelvic pain or get full -- >> other symptoms can include loss of appetite, lower back pain and urgency to urine ate. delaware governor recently signed legislation that allows the residents to voluntarily donate to a ovarian cancer fund. it is a step they are making to help conquer this silent killer. cnn, atlanta. >> health for her, sponsored by -- moisturizing body washes,
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a man accused of trying to blow up a skyscraper was a mixture between a want to be gangster and rock star. that is how one neighbor describe smadi, who appeared in federal court yesterday. accused of trying to blow up a dallas skyscraper by driving a car with what he thought was a bomb into the buildinger's garage. this is isn't the first time he got into trouble with the law. newly released dash cam video shows his arrest on september 10th for driving without a license. >> pope benedict xvi is
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reminding people about religious persecution under communism. at the welcomeceremony, he talked about before the regime was overturned it persecuted the roman catholic church. back in 1991, 4.5 million czechs said they belonged to the church. a decade longer it dropped to 3.3 million. resignation accepted, the u.s. army is grapting a discharge other than other than honorable discharge to first lieutenant eric la tad da for refusing to go to iraq. rererefuse the to deploy arguing the iraq war was illegal. a judge ruled a second court-martial would violate his constitutional rights against double jeopardy. >> former president bill clinton says he has changed his mind on
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the controversial issue of gay marriage. in an interview with anderson cooper, the former president said he supports the idea of letting same sex couples get married. >> i decided i was wrong, that if -- our society has an interest in co-here ens and strength and reinforcing loyalties and if gay couples want to call their union marriage and a state agrees and several have now, a reor a religious body will sangs it, i don't think the rest of us should get in the way of that. >> clinton also said he doesn't support a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage but thinks each state should decide for itself. >> this week's "how we got started."
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paula, patty and carol aren't the typical movers. >> we help seniors down size and move from a larger place they were living in to something generally smaller. we help with every aspect. while starting up the company, the women kept the day job as they developed their business plan. >> we started to get together on sundays here at the kitchen table to talk about how to get it off the ground. >> reporter: they pulled together their talent. paula is a registered nurse and social worker and patty has experience in marketing and nurse of the and carol has a business background. after a year of research, they put the plan into action. they got a $25,000 credit line and invested $1500 each in the company. we jumped in and did first client for almost no money just to sort of get the experience. >> get the experience. >> and it was great. >> three years later their hard
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you can buy hoodies at the mall, but one california mall says you can't wear them there. our affiliate explains why the mall is telling shoppers to keep them off their heads. >> reporter: some shoppers find the new dress code offensive. >> i think you're getting on me because i'm black. >> reporter: raw reaction from lorraine border. >> not echb is a bad person
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because they have a hoody on. >> reporter: but ar den security says it's a matter of security. >> wearing hoods in order to over your head to conceal your face, that's obviously we don't allow masks and certainly won't allow hoods. >> reporter: but if banning hoods inside the mall legal? >> the shopping mall is allowed to have reasonable regulations and so the question will be do they have evidence to support their regulations? is there some reason they adopted it to show they are not targeting people irrationally. >> reporter: ar den fair mall security said they has seen similar restrictions at local banks. robbers often shield their faces with hoods. some bowling alleys have outlawed sagging pants preventing bottoms from hanging out. the bottom line, malls are considered private and therefore can impose its own rules according to legal experts. >> good thing, i thing so.
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people behave better when they are dressed nicer. >> reporter: foley doesn't think shoppers should be prevented from wearing hoods indoors. >> if there's a group, you know prevented from wearing hoods indoors. people who like to wear their pants low and expose their underwear will have to cover up with a long shirt. a lower for rate can certainly save you a lot of money.
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