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so it's going to take him a little while to get there. when he arrived on the boardwalk, we will head back to jersey. right now, we have to go on with other news. at any given time, 110 million americans have a sexually transmitted infection. our senior medical correspondent elizabeth cohen is here. it's difficult to talk about. >> but we have to do it. >> i admire you to do it. >> the reason why stds at epidemic levels despite the things that doctors and public health folks have tried to do. folks in high tech said we will take it upon ourselves to get rid of stds as much as we can. i wanted to talk about a couple of different apps and web sites. i have this app on my phone. not that i need it. i'm married and not worried about this. that said, you have a rash on some private part of your body

think touchdown five, throw a football through a tire. and the president threw five times, got zero for five. chris christie, the governor, got it through in his first toss, won a stuffed bear, gave it to the president. how than for the political bromance? >> nice, nice! two for christie, zero for the president. they have to play another match. thanks, jess. we'll be back to you as the president starts to speak. the red cross raised $303 million, for the victims of superstorm sandy. seven months later 110 million still unspent. that is because the red cross says it is holding on to money to deal with unforeseen needs of sandy victims. but there are critics, however, who say there is really plenty of need for that money right now. you might remember the red cross changed how it raises money. it no longer pools the money that it raises. it keeps different relief funds separate. and they were supposed to be

before you get too excited, you should know this was his idea and he is going to return. the ceo of virgin, richard branson, announced via twitter today that the biebs and his manager have signed up for the virgin galactic suborbital flight. virgin plans to send a test flight into space by the end of the year so passengers will experience weightlessness and go up there. by the way, you can get really, really sick if you do that. but anyway, i couldn't afford it. but some people like wealthy celebrities can. they can afford a $250,000 ticket price. are you kidding me? he's worth $110 million for him, whatever. this wouldn't just be an occasion for justin. he plans to do work while he's up there. he tweeted today let's shoot a music video in space. a music video in space. that would be cool and ground-breaking, right? no. actually, not at all. bieber wouldn't even be the first canadian to do it, never mind the first person. earlier this year, an actual canadian astronaut and commander of the international space

that is a factor in american politics. >> maybe if president obama got a little of his cheer back, things would turn up. i have to leave it there. thank you. i tried to cheerfully break it off. every night, we take a look outside the day's top stories for something called the "outfront" outtake. if you're not a fan of justin bieber, we have some news for you tonight. he's about to be launched into space. before you get too excited, you should know this was his idea and he is going to return. the ceo of virgin, richard branson, announced via twitter today that the biebs and his manager have signed up for the virgin galactic suborbital flight. virgin plans to send a test flight into space by the end of the year so passengers will experience weightlessness and go up there. by the way, you can get really, really sick if you do that. but anyway, i couldn't afford it. but some people like wealthy celebrities can. they can afford a $250,000 ticket price. are you kidding me? he's worth $110 million for him, whatever. this wouldn't just be an occasion for justin. he plans to do work while he's up there. he tweeted today let's shoot a music video in space.

yet what prompted the split. >> especially after the 2011 courtroom incident. she strongly defended him. >> she was protecting her husband, the video went viral, made her famous. we'll see what happens. >> the dow was up 180 points, the second best day of the year for the s&p 500. and everyone was talking about this on wall street because he's such a business legend. >> $1.7 billion. >> $110 million in cash. >> i can only dream. >> yes you can. the heat guaranteed themselves a trip back to south beach with a win against last night against the spurs. >> andy scholes joins us now "the bleacher report." >> the heat's big three of lebron, dwyane wade and chris bosh came up back, combined to support 85 points and 30 rebounds. when they produce like that the heat they're a hard team to beat.

kong where the yale educated wendi worked at star tv. two years later the couple married on his yacht in new york harbor, they have two young daughters and all the benefits that come with being super rich. no word on what wendy could walk away with. murdoch worth $11.2 billion paid his last wife a reported $1.7 billion in what was billed as the most expensive divorce settlement in history. $1.7 billion, including $110 million in cash, by the way. those who know the murdochs say wendi was a huge influence on her husband, including his friends, his politics, even his clothes. those friends also say that they believe rupert genuinely loved wendi and to quote one, everyone is trying to figure out what went wrong. there were rumors over the years that there were marital problems but even those who know the murdochs very well say they were shocked, surprised by the divorce filing and we don't know

guys, thank you. >> all right. every night, we take a look outside the day's top stories for something we call the out front out take. if you're not a fan of justin bieber, we have some news for you tonight. i'm afraid to tell you this was bieber's idea. they have signed up for the virgin galactic sub orbital flight. virgin plans to send a test flight into space by the end of the year. by the way, you can get really, really sick if you do that. i used to be obsessed and now i'm not. some people like wealthy slebl rities can afford it. they can afford a $250,000 ticket price. he's worth 110 million tlars. now, this wouldn't just be vacation. he plans to do some work while he's up there. he tweeted today let's shoot a music video in space.

away with, but murdoch, worth $11.2 billion paid his last wife a reported 1.7 billion in what was billed as the most expensive divorce settlement in history. is.7 billion, including, brianna, $110 million in cash. how about that? now, those who know the murdochs say wendy was a huge influence on her husband. everything from his friends to politics, even down to his clothes. those friends also say they do believe rupert murdoch genuinely loved wendy, and to quote one, everyone is now wondering what went wrong. brianna? >> so everyone from who's going to pick his tie are kind of the questions we now have. >> that's right. >> alina cho for us in new york, thank you very much. >> you bet. well, how much would you pay for a guaranteed parking spot? sometimes i would pay a lot, i'll admit this, maybe $100,

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as dire as if we hit the debt ceiling, which, by the way, if we hit the debt ceiling that could happen in about three weeks. >> that changes everything, because then ear talking about social security and medicare certainly. >> and that's a worse scenario. if congress doesn't raise the debt ceiling in the u.s. quite simply could run out of the money for pay its bills. so think of it as you've got a credit card and you've maxed it out, but the bank's not going to give you a new one, which means the u.s. couldn't pay federal workers, wouldn't pay social security to seniors or medicare or medicaid and that could affect over 110 million people on one of those programs. let's not forget the markets here. how will they react? maybe more expensive to take out a car loan or home loan, and the markets would go nuts, and that could feat your 401(k). >> we already saw that on

ceiling. why? during a shutdown, mandatory spending wouldn't be affected. that means seniors could still get their social security payments. but that's not the case if the debt ceiling is not raised. there would be no spending once the government runs out of money on hand. when is that? october 17th. that's when they'll have maybe $30 billion on hand, and the government can't borrow any more money. that means just like when your bank account is empty and you can't find any extra source of cash, the government will have to stop paying some of its bills, bills like our interest payments on some of our debt. we wouldn't be able to pay interest to china on massive loans. what about social security? there are people who might not get social security checks. medicare and medicaid. 110 million people are on one of those programs. what could be worse is we don't know the reaction from the markets. how many hundreds of billions of dollars could we owe in borrowing costs if interest rates rise? we don't know until we get there, and by then, the damage

a shutdown may be more imminent but the administration officials i've spoken to are more concerned about the debt ceiling. the debt ceiling, as the treasury secretary said, would be catastrophic. during a showdown, mandatory spending wouldn't be affected. that means seniors would still get their social security payments, right? but that's not the case if you don't raise the debt ceiling. no spending. october 17th is the day when the u.s. will have less than $50 billion on hand. $30 billion is what the treasury secretary estimates. and then the government can't borrow any more money. if the government can't borrow, what does that mean? like when you bank account is empty and you can't find any extra source of cash, the government zill to stop paying some of its debts like interest on our loans. we owe billions to china. we wouldn't be able to pay social security. not all of it to seniors or medicare and medicaid. 110 million people who are in one of these programs. and what could almost be worse here is that we don't know how markets will react. we don't know what the reaction overall around the rest of the world would be. how many hundreds of billions of

team's first two losses threw for two touchdowns. frank gore rumbled for many yards on the ground. robinson cano, he wants a ten-year deal more than $300 million, according to reports. that would be the richest contract in sports history. to put it in perspective, the red sox pedroia inked a deal for a second baseman, eight years, $110 million. as you can imagine, the yankees and cano's representatives are about $150 million apart in the negotiations. >> oh, you know, not that -- so they're close is what you're telling us? >> not close, no. at all. i don't think they want another a-rod contract up there in new york. >> wow. all right. andy, thank you so much. you are worth $300 million to us. thank you very much. >> that smile alone. >> exactly.

about the debt ceiling. why? let me lay it out for you. doing a shutdown, mandatory spend would go not be affected. you would still see spending. a prolonged shut down koorg to moodie's would cut economic spending in half. but you still have spending. people would get their social security checks, for example but if the debt ceiling is not raised it's a whole other story. no debt ceiling at all you the date is important here. that's the date that the u.s. will have less than $30 billion on hand and the government can't borrow money. just means just like when your bank account is empty and you can't find a source of cash, the government will stop paying their bills. interest on debt, to like china, right? maybe social security. we can't pay social security to seniors. and medicare and medicare. you got 110 million people on one of those programs and you

yards on the ground, niners crushed the rams 35-11, to even their record at 2-2. you know the iconic world war ii photograph raising the flag on iwo jima? the navy swimming and diving team recreated the scene for their team picture this year and check it out, underwater. how they did this, i don't know. they must have been holding weights and whatnot but it certainly is an impressive photo. trending right now, bleacherreport.com, yankees second baseman robinson cano is seeking in free agency. he wants a ten-year deal worth more than $300 million. >> oh, come on! >> and carol that would be the richest contract in sports history and to put it in perspective the red sox dustin pedroia, eight years, $110 million. what cano is asking for is

when you run out of money you run out of money. on a typical day in the u.s., the government spends up to $60 billion. but on october 17th it will have just $30 billion in the bank and no ability to borrow more to make up the shortfall. when your bank account is emptied and you can't find any source of extra cash the government will have to stop paying some of its bills. that has never happened before. what are we talking about? talking about maybe interests on our massive loans. interest to countries like china, right? maybe social security, maybe some months or some days there won't be enough money to pay for social security. how about medicare and medicaid? over 110 million people are in one of those programs. there's a very intricate finance arrangement between the banks and hospitals and government. what might be even worse here is what we don't know. markets hate uncertainty. what could happen to your nest egg? despite all of that, 38% of all americans say it would be a good thing if the debt ceiling were not raised. that's compared with 56% who say it would be bad. i want to bring in a group.

. >> just about the 3w078 of the hour. the u.s. government is warping retailers to be on high alert. it turns out the hackers who used that malicious software to steal information from millions of target customers may be using the same software in other stores. it gets worse. there reports that they could be tied to the russian mob. here's christine romance. >> what they know is under wraps right nows teams sift through the clues. what we know is that homeland security is worried that this is not an isolated event. >> the u.s. government now warning retailers across the country to be on high alert. that massive attack on target over the holidays may have compromised the personal information of up to 110 million customers. it could be just the beginning.

welcome back to "early start." it's "money time." wall street cannot find its mojo. the dow set for its fourth straight decline, and it's not just the dow. all the major averages are down so far for this year. now, the declines for 2014, they're not huge, but it's not usually what you see when you start a new year. historically, stocks rise at the beginning of the year as new money flows into the market. big concerns about your identity and your security this morning. first, target was hacked, now neiman marcus. the hack at target could be the biggest in retail history. it's possible up to 110 million customers were attacked, so what should you do? don't wait for target or neiman, for that matter, to contact you. change your account number immediately. susan grant from the consumer federation of america says the suspicious scammers who are now

a new warning that another massive hacking fiasco like the one at target could soon be unfolding. in fact, it might be unfolding right now. there might be good reason for you avoid using your credit cards when you shop. we're here in the situation room with these shocking detail. what have you learned in. >> i'm guilty of it. almost never have cash, always using the credit card. but consumers may really want to think before they swipe. the federal government has an urgent call out to all retailers across the country to be on high alert. the reality is other retailers' systems may have been hacked, too. up to 110 million target customers' personal information may have been compromised. as staggering as it is, it may

of 110 million customers affected. >> this is huge. it's unbelievable how many people actually were hacked in this case. and if you think about it, how did it happen? it's really the security standards. they're very lax. if you look at europe, if you look at canada, they've implemented chip and pin technology, which is basically an embedded microchip on our credit cards. it's much, much safer, more secure and it's encrypted. so at the time of purchase, you're not swiping and just taking information off the mag strip. none of that information can be pulled down at the point of sale terminal, which is exactly what happened in the case of target and most likely the same thing with neiman marcus. >> so it's interesting. you're not saying the hackers are not better beyond our capabilities. they're not using best

suspect in custody. no word on the victims' conditions. not yet. just a short time ago, efforts to extend unemployment benefits for more than one million americans fell short in the united states senate. two proposals failed to clear procedural votes as lawmakers grapple with a time frame for additional benefits and the costs. both sides say they hope to continue talks. we'll see where that goes. jpmorgan chase is replacing two million credit cards compromised in the holiday attack on target. that's a fraction of the 110 million cards impacted. peop neiman marcus was also hacked. other companies were likely hit. the president and the pope planning to meet. secretary john kerry said during a vatican visit today, the president will sit down with pope francis at the vatican. the white house doesn't have a specific date yet but alluded to a et mooing in the ne meeting i

as many as 110 million customers. target first said 40 million who shopped in stores late last year may have had their credit card or debit card information stolen. now the company says names and addresses of 70 million shoppers are also targeted. it's not clear if these two groups overlap. yankee star alex rodriguez has been forced to hang up his jersey for 2014 baseball season. a-rod has officially lost his appeal of that record setting suspension over the use of performance-enhancing drugs. >> rodriguez claims the deck has been stacked against him. jason carroll has more. >> reporter: alex rodriguez has said the allegations against him are false. this announcement was not totally unexpected for rodriguez or his legal team but it was still a major disappointment for major legal baseball's highest paid player. alex rodriguez, a yankee known

4-year sentence for securities fraud and money laundering. he was ordered to pay about $110 million to his victims and has paid back about only $12 million so far. so not quite 10%. 1 world trade center will open by the end of this year. feast your eyes. there's the outside and now the inside. cnn money got a sneak peek inside the building where workers are still building out the main lobby. but the marble is the same from the lobby as the original twin towers. and look at that view, folks. wow. just stunning. the top three floors are going to serve as an observation deck. food and drinks, a small theater will be up there. 55% of the office space has already been leased. spectacular. so if you're coming to new york, make a plan for the end of the year. just a couple minutes from now, new jersey's governor, chris christie, is going to take the oath of office for his second term. we're live in trenton. watching the dias.

guys. a lot going on. >> that's right. >> not a polar vortex. >> now we do. >> that was incredible science. we're going to talk about new developments in the hack attacks. remember the issue with target? upwards of 110 million customers may have had their information stolen. target may not have been the only store to have been targeted because the software behind the breach was undetectable. our next guest is the chairman and ceo of isight. he joins us this morning. talk to us about how the malware works. >> it's advanced and it has to achieve five objective. you have to establish yourself

submit super bowl ad from amateurs that take ads from anywhere. the reason these ads work is they tend to be humorous. humor really works in the super bowl. these tend to be funny and slapstick. they go viral. people think it is funny and they have to send it to their friend via facebook or twitter. they are not the high art ads that you might expect, but they tend to be funny and they get shared. >> do these ads, they are going for $4 million plus for 30-second spot, is there any evidence that they translate into profits? >> well, i guess that is the holy grail. you have to ask yourself is the outlet worth it? it is a lot of money. 110 million people watching. the biggest audience of the year. you have social media now, which extends that audience into

warning retailers to be on high alert. it turns out the hackers who used malicious software to steal data from millions of target customers may be using that very same software at other stores across the country. now there are reports that these hackers may be tied to russian mobs. here's christine romans. >> a lot of what investigators know about the hack is being kept under wraps as cyberforensics experts sift through the clues. but what we do know is that homeland security is worried this isn't an isolated event. the u.s. government now warning retailers across the country to be on high alert, that massive attack on target over the holidays may have compromised the personal information of up to 110 million customers. it could be just the beginning. in a brand new bulletin, the department of homeland security now revealing that target may not have been alone, that the malicious software has potentially infected a large number of retail operations. and for the first time, they are

consumers need to be aware right now, paying very close attention to their statements. >> credit card numbers and other personal information, e-mail addresses, phone numbers of up to 110 million target customers has already been potentially compromised. target's now alerting people that the cyber attack stole much more than p.i.n. numbers -- names, mailing addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses also compromised. >> so, this is a lot bigger, touching a lot more people than anyone realized. we knew it was big, but it really seems huge. >> and it goes back to the core of what is the core of these hacking? it's usually, usually it's big, multinational organized crime. sometimes you can trace it back to government servers, you know, in the case of some recent attacks that originated off shanghai. this one russian code. that's what they're -- >> and what do you do if you shopped at target? >> already 2 million people have changed their chase cards, changed their chase card numbers. i think you need to look at your statement and change the number if you feel strongly about it.

however, now with this new information that many other retailers could potentially have been breached, that number could potentially double in the next couple of weeks. consumers need to be aware right now, paying very close attention to their statements. >> credit card numbers and other personal information of up to 110 million target customers has already been compromised. target has alerted people that the cyber attack stole much more than p.i.n. numbers. we knew it was card numbers and p.i.n. numbers for up to 40 million, but up to 70 million more also had names, addresses, e-mail addresses compromised. >> the size of this is staggering and appears to be growing. everyone really needs to take notice. >> where is it coming from, could it happen again? are we in the middle of it? is it still happening? those are the questions we have. >> more on that ahead. today president obama will address u.s. surveillance programs in a major speech at the justice department. few significant changes are

country are warned that the hack attack on tart may just been one thing. >> and the software hacks could have links to the russian mob. cnn correspondent christine romans has more on the investigation there. christine, good morning. >> christi and victor, much of what investigators know about the hack is kept under wraps right now as cyberforensics experts sift through clues. but what we do know is that homeland security is worried this isn't an isolated event. >> reporter: the u.s. government now warning retailers across the country to be on high alert. that massive attack on target over the holidays may have compromised the personal information up to 110 million customers, it could be just the beginning. in a brand-new bulletin, the department of homeland security now revealing that target may not have been alone. that the malicious software has potentially infected a large number of retail operations. and for the first time, they're

streets, some fans starting bonfires tossing furniture into the flames. the seattle head coach pete carroll just finished speak about the win. we'll check in with rachel nichols in a minute. we'll talk about all that and how tlam ads were this year except for that puppy in a minute. first let's start with this. there's been another massive credit and debit card breach. if you stayed at a hilton, marriott, sheraton or westin hotel check your bank accounts now because information belonging to thousands of hotel guests may be in jeopardy. all of this, of course, coming on the heels of last week's cyber attack on yahoo! mail and before that target the largest breach in u.s. retail history information from 110 million target customers stolen. cnn's christine romans live in new york with this latest breach. good morning, christine. >> reporter: here we go again the same security firm that first told bus that target hack now saying there has been a hotel hack. all of these hotels managed by a

on -- scarlet johannsson scored. >> michael, most of the commercials, those they seemed like standard fare to me. was it worth $4 million per spot? >> you know, i think -- the answer is it depends. i think as audiences get fractured across, netflix the web, hundreds of cable channels, it's only actually made the super bowl more valuable. this is the one moment where, you know, 110 million americans sit down and watch the same thing at the same time. that's very unusual. and, you know, as you've seen advertisers can, you know, if they are in the super bowl they can use this as an anchor for a multimonth kind of campaign, and i think it can work very well. i think you can also sort of wake up the next day and think wow i spent $4 million for the

know about the hack attack is being kept under wraps as cyber forensic experts through these clues. what we do know is homeland security is woerld this isn't an isolated event. the u.s. government now warning retailers across the country to be on high alert, that massive attack on target over the holidays, may have compromised the personal information of up to 110 million customers. it could be just the beginning. in a brand new bulletin the department of homeland security now revealing that target may not have been alone. that the malicious software has potentially infected a large number of retail operations. and for the first time they are detailing just how those hackers pulled off one of the biggest data heists ever. >> now with this new information that many more retailers could be breached that number could potentially double in the next couple of weeks. >> here's how they did it.

showed up on time. tried to get back on top and someone is helping him. a good end. >> a break what he needs. break that cycle. give him a little bit of help. >> right? >> there you have it. a lot of news this morning. let's get you over to the "newsroom" and miss carol costello. >> thanks. have a great weekend. "newsroom" starts now. good morning i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me. it's been a painful and jarring wake up call for millions of americans, no such thing as privacy when a skilled hacker wants your secrets. target customers learned that lesson over the holidays in a massive security breach for as many as 110 million people. today there are new warnings and reports of possible ties to the russian mob. our phil black is in moscow reporting this morning the code is similar to what's being

peddled on russian speaking websites. the other hackers work for our government. this morning president obama announces reforms to the nsa and its massive spying program that could have collected information on any of us happen jim sciutto will preview those reforms. let's head over to christine romans on the target investigation, the russian mob? >> reporter: a lot of what investigators know is being kept under wraps. what we do know this morning is that homeland security is worried this isn't an isolated event. the u.s. government now warning retailers across the country to be on high alert, that massive attack on target over the holidays may have compromised the personal information up to 110 million customers. it could be just the beginning. in a brand new bulletin the department of homeland security now revealing that target may

it is money time. chief business correspondent christine romans is in our money center. green on the screen this morning. >> absolutely right. markets in europe and asia showing gains this morning. investors confident. watching gm shares this morning. they are higher. gm says it will pay its first quarterly dividend in nearly six years. representing a sharp turn around. this was government motors, now it's on its own paying back shareholders. j. p. morgan says it replaced 2 million debit cards. as many as 110 million target customers caught up in the hack.

killeded after a suicide boomer and gunman attackeded a restaurant in kabul, afghanistan friday. nine foreigners and eight afghans were also killed. the taliban took responsibility and said it was payback for an air strike this week that killed civilians. forces killed the gunman in a shutout. the u.s. government warning retailers around the country about the massive cyber attack at target that breached compromised information on something like 110 million customers. homeland security official says other retailers may be affected and there may be a link to organized crime in the former soviet union. police and volunteers have been scouring long hill, new jersey for "wall street journal" reporter david byrd. he vanished last saturday after going for a walk. alexandria field joining us now. what is the latest on this investigation? >> good afternoon, fred.

can't we all just get along. >> the idea that you can be a mutt and still have a life. >> reporter: doggy diversity. >> exactly. >> reporter: inclusivity. >> reporter: though it won't extend to mutts competing for best in show. maybe having your hair done. what's the hair style called? >> the snooki. >> reporter: isn't all it is cracked up to be. mutts, do you really want your tail tickled to make it stand up. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. the next hour of "cnn newsroom" starts now. good morning. i'm carroll costello, thank you so much for joining me. it has been a painful and jarring wakeup call for millions of americans. there is no such thing as privacy when a skilled hacker wants your secret. target customers learned the lesson over the holidays in a massive security breach for as many as 110 million people.

scandal, and of course, this is a big security concern for anyone losing their personal information, and what was your reaction when you heard about this big hacking? >> well w it was no surprise. we all know that the nsha has been spying on the americans, and that is the least of our problems and by the way, i would not want to be the president today and rather his party, because he is between a rock and a hard place with the nsa issue. we have the nsa saying that if you back off of this, we are s disarming at a time of heightened cyber warfare and the american public saying, enough is enough, and give us privacy, but it all folds into the target problem. i think that america has lost its way. we are in the first cyber war, and we are hopelessly ill prepa prepared. we have lost 110 million credit cards in one hack alone. and that is the target. 4 million to begin with and then

we certainly hope so. 110 million customers affected by the breach. 40 million credit and debit card users had their information stolen. 70 million customers had personal information revealed. a really big, big tech security blunder. we need to know every little step along the way is helpful to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> well, they need to restore trust, too. >> absolutely. >> in the millions and millions of consumers that may have had their information found out. all right, just a minute before the hour right now. "early start" continues "early start" continues immediately. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com still frozen! the south dealing with these icy, icy conditions again as they wake up this morning. this follows the tragic day on the roads. several people killed, thousands stranded. we're covering the very latest and when it will finally, finally warm up. judgment day for amanda knox, awaiting a third verdict in her former roommate's murder.

>> that's interesting the first person to bring up losing, we think so much about winning, what does that feel like when you are walking off the field and you lot of that big game? >> you have a madge tgical seas. you are a hero. you lose the game and they are popping congety and it's a crime and you have confetti on your c for you. >> i saw like 110 million eyeballs watching the game. do you feel that or once that whistle is blown, it's game o. >> the first super bowl i really felt that and it was distractioning, but the second super bowl, the fear of losing again had me focusing on the game and what i had to do. i was blocked in. that's what helped the team, the experience and the players that had been through the other side

samples. his father has already provided his dna and they are on file. the police say it could be four to five days before we get results. >> from new york, thank you very much. coming up next, we are learning a lot more about the cyber hack impacting some 110 million target customers. here's the deal. this could be linked to russia and the u.s. government is warning countries to be on high alert. we will talk live to what you call these people ethical hacker. it sounds like an oxymoron to see how good it could get. ahead, exclusive details in the kendrick johnson case. the body was found rolled up in the gym mat a year ago and his organs removed and replaced with newspapers. now that part of the investigation is complete. what we learned, next. 're with h. and it always has been. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use

again for government and against government rules. don't help the american people. >> it has clearly resonated with audiences across the country. will you be watching? >> i will absolutely be watching. >> thank you so much. coming up next, up to 110 million target customers hacked the department of homeland security and warning stores across the country. it could be linked to russia. we will talk about how big this can get and how worried you should be. stay here. but not energy or even my mood. that's when i talked with my doctor. he gave me some blood tests... showed it was low t. that's it. it was a number. [ male announcer ] today, men with low t have androgel 1.62% testosterone gel. the #1 prescribed topical testosterone replacement therapy increases testosterone when used daily. women and children should avoid contact with application sites. discontinue androgel and call your doctor if you see unexpected signs of early puberty in a child,

something from somebody you don't know or something from somebody you know that's a weird link. that's how they get in there and steal your stuff. new details on the entry point for that target hack and how it was something like that, malicious malware moving through the heating and a krorks company into target's sang tum. the trail leads to a pennsylvania company that's a vendor to target. that vendor was the door into the personal information of 110 million target customers. here's how it worked. that's the new part here. a phony e-mail laced with malware sent to employees at pennsylvania company. apparently workers opened the e-mail. the malware affects their computer, worms its way into the company's records. it has a door way to target because it's a vendor. that's how it gets paid. hackers steal the target credentials from the company and feast on target customers.

neiman marcus. >> once we get through -- i'd just like to say and the just for the record, what do you think long term comes out of this? >> reporter: i think long term there is a question on capitol hill as to whether more legislation is needed. it could affect up to 110 million customers. one of the things i do know they want to get at is just how did this happen. and there's going to be another executive testifying from an online security firm to help figure out what happened. they're going to try to figure out how long it took to notify consumers and what should be done about it. this morning, we are awaiting the results of actor philip seymour hoffman's autopsy. he was found dead sunday from what strongly appears to be a

ticket. that's $150 hike. over 70 pounds on some of its international trips. in the first three quarters of 2015, $407 billion in revenue from baggage fees and reservation changes. that's going to get some of us ste steamed. >> also knew this morning, the cfo of target is going to face the music on capitol hill on the black friday hack attack that may have compromised personal information of some 110 million people. let's check in with senior washington correspondent joe johns. >> reporter: good morning, chris. the senate judiciary hearing this morning likely to be the

but will offer customers free credit monitoring. target is in the congressional hot seat today. the company's chief financial officer will go before a senate committee to talk about the massive data breach involving maybe as many as 110 million target customers. critics have complained the retailer has not done enough to explain how this breach happened. it's currently facing federal and state investigations and numerous lawsuits. all right, this story is going to blow your mind, i promise. a new warning about just how vulnerable the government is to a cyber attack. a report due out today from the republican staff of the senate homeland security committee says federal agencies are not prepared to defend their networks against hackers. it says most security software has not been updated, and this is the part that made my brain explode. the most common password on government systems is the word "password." this report says the homeland security department is one of the worst offenders here. >> that last line is what makes my brain explode. the homeland security department is one of the worst offenders. >> not what you want to hear at

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