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Who is Michael Devlin?; Oil Refinery in Richmond, California; Celebrating and Martin Luther King Jr.

January 15, 2007 — ET

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TONY HARRIS, CNN ANCHOR: And morning, everyone. You’re CNN. You’re informed.

Tony Harris.

HEIDI CNN ANCHOR: And I’m Heidi

Developments keep coming in to the on this Monday, January Martin Luther King Jr.

Here is what is on the rundown.

about the kidnapping of Shawn the Missouri teen held for years. Left alone for but he could not escape.

HARRIS: A fire rocking a Chevron Residents in one part of the San Francisco Bay told to stay inside.

It’s smelly being Recycling from the West get the in China. Just one word,

In the NEWSROOM.

HARRIS: The boys snatched off the streets and hidden in sight. The details of their still a mystery, at least for

What we know, the 41-year-old man of kidnapping them is in jail. But kind of prison held the one for four days, the other, than four years?

The from CNN’s Chris

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CHRIS CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice over): the few people who knew Michael answers are emerging to the question, who is alleged kidnapper?

BILL DEVLIN’S LANDLORD: Very of soft-spoken, low key.

LAWRENCE: And how Devlin do what he’s of, hiding two boys in plain an hour’s drive from families? MIKE PROSPERI, IMO’S PIZZA: There was any mention of any children at all.

Investigators have filed a degree kidnapping charge Devlin with possibly to come.

ROBERT PARKS, ATTORNEY: He’s behind He’s not going anyplace. And now we a little bit of the luxury of time to pull this case

LAWRENCE: The case turned on a lucky break. Police an unrelated case spotted a pickup outside Devlin’s It matched one described in last kidnapping of Ben Ownby. The officer who the boys inside his apartment say Devlin was happy and respectful to

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: As the questions to get more specific, that’s the attitude changed. And as the attitude it was like a 180-degree difference and it a lot of red flags up for us.

LAWRENCE: The middle-aged, man grew up in Missouri. He has a lot of family in the area. One of his brothers worked at the pizza place Devlin now

PROSPERI: I talked to Jamie I mean, they’re holding up, but not doing well. You know, response was a one-word response. He Mike, he’s my brother. our family. And we’re lost.

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HARRIS: And Chris joins us now from Kirkwood,

And Chris, what are the authorities about Shawn’s kind of of mind, his mental state?

Tony, I spoke with the sheriff here who talked Shawn one on one, face to and he said on the surface, Shawn happy, but he could tell was something there deep and it may take some time to out exactly what that is.

CNN has now discovered that back on 1, 2005, there were two on the Web site Shawn shawnhornbeck.com. And postings were both Shawn Devlin.

Now, we know if it was Shawn that these or if it was Michael Devlin, or neither one of them wrote it. But the posting asked the family, How do you plan to look for your

There was another posting that same day that in very bad English, I’m for what I wrote earlier, but I poems. Would it be OK if I wrote a in honor of Shawn Hornbeck? But I can if you don’t want me to. Again, we know if it was Shawn or Michael that wrote these, or neither. But again, very postings on the Web site shawnhornbeck.com a little over a year ago Tony.

HARRIS: That’s the bizarre twist in this from Chris Lawrence in Missouri.

Chris, thank

COLLINS: And something else to you on this story as well. Attorney General Alberto was at an MLK event at a suburban D.C. school this morning. He had to say about possible federal in this Missouri kidnapping

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GONZALES, U.S. ATTORNEY That’s great. I mean, you I think we need to do a lot more to our kids. And that’s great. sure the families are delighted.

MALE: (INAUDIBLE)?

GONZALES: let’s work with the authorities and we’ll see what

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Well, not quite an answer but I’m sure that as we more details about case, as the police continue to and to get more answers, we will an answer to that question of federal charges.

So stay CNN throughout the day as we shine a spotlight on missing children. From tips to tracking your complete coverage of America’s children only on CNN.

Ice-coated roads, trees, lines, hundreds of thousands of in the dark. That is the scene morning across a big part of the heartland. From Missouri to a major winter storm has its mark. And now parts of the Great and Northeast are feeling its impact.

At count, about 330,000 in Missouri were without The number in Oklahoma, 122,000.

The blew in on Friday. It’s for at least 29 deaths in five — 15 in Oklahoma; six in Missouri, in Iowa, two in Texas; and one in New York. And storms move traditionally west to east.

Let’s in now with Chad Myers in the weather center.

And Chad, is this system now?

CHAD MYERS, CNN METEOROLOGIST: The of the system, or the low itself, is now right Cincinnati and moving over to

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HARRIS: All Chad. Great update. you, sir.

MYERS: welcome.

COLLINS: Let’s go and get more on that big oil refinery in Richmond, California, now. than three hours it started, it is under control, but a lot of work ahead.

Here Kraig Debro of affiliate in Richmond, California.

Kraig, us what you know at this

KRAIG DEBRO, REPORTER, Good morning.

Things are the same as they were a half hour ago. have the fire contained. been one injury to a worker the unit where the fire but not much more information is out from company officials at hour.

The aerials of what’s on right here are simply You can see they’re still fighting the from early this It started around 5:15, and it in that one unit.

We’re calls from people who inside the Chevron oil refinery telling us that when it they left immediately. was some concern that were some toxic that might get into the air might be very, very

Again, a shelter in place to the neighborhood around this oil It’s one of the oldest on the West

We talked to a city council earlier, and he tells us that was not very good communication the company and the local residents. One of the they notify the local is to sound this loud, siren, and it’s been off all morning long. But at this we’re not sure if that means that they are further warnings or they’re the all-clear.

Again, one person is It’s a worker inside the where this fire We understand that person has first- degree burns.

We have any reports of anybody in the have any breathing problems, but been seeing trucks all around the surrounding areas. called in Mutual Aid. also got the — this is located in Contra Costa They have got the Contra County hazmat team out taking air samples.

And again, got the fire under control, but when it will be out, not sure.

COLLINS: And Kraig, we had a little bit earlier from one of the spokespeople from Chevron sometimes when there are like this there is a of sulfur in the air. Are you smelling

DEBRO: Periodically we’ve things. We’ve been next to an entrance here, so been unable to determine or not it’s the fumes from the big rig that have been in here, or if it’s something from the fire. And I think me you can see some steam or some coming out from one of the pipes That is not part of the fire but there could be some from that as well.

really distinctive that smelling right now. And in to a lot of the people who live nearby, of them is smelling anything

Again, we are standing south of the So it’s possible the wind be blowing it in another direction and up there could be smelling it.

Sure. All right. Kraig we certainly appreciate it from Thanks so much.

HARRIS: the president’s new Iraq strategy. The top commander there says it be easy. General George and U.S. ambassador Zalmay held a briefing this in Baghdad. They say Iraqis stick with the plan to all lawbreakers regardless of sectarian

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KHALILZAD, U.S. AMBASSADOR TO This is a defining moment. in a new phase.

While some the Iraqis’ resolve to rise to the and take the hard, necessary to break the cycle of sectarian that’s tearing Baghdad I’m encouraged by what I seen in recent weeks. And confident that the Iraqi understand the gravity of the moment.

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COLLINS: firm and digging in, President says he will not budge on more troops to Iraq, congressional opposition. In a CBS News 60 interview which aired night, the president insisted it is the thing to do.

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GEORGE W. BUSH, PRESIDENT OF THE STATES: Some of my buddies in say, you know, let them it out, what business is it of You got rid of Saddam. How come — you just let them slug it And that’s a temptation that I a lot of people feel, but if we do not succeed in we will leave behind a East which will America in the future.

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COLLINS: Two of Saddam co-defendants executed in Iraq Hussein’s half-brother and the chief under his Ba’ath Party hanged at the same gallows as An Iraqi government spokesman one of the men’s heads was severed by the Still, he says the scene was chaotic than Hussein’s

The men were executed for their in the killings of 148 Shiites in the village of in the 1980s.

HARRIS: Reviving the Secretary of State Condoleezza drumming up support for Middle peace talks, and an agreement today. Israeli prime Ehud Olmert saying take part in talks Palestinian president Abbas. Rice will be there as

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RICE, SECRETARY OF STATE: I that I will soon with Prime Minister and with President Abbas to discussions about the broad on the horizon so that we can work on the to try and accelerate the roadmap and to move to the of a Palestinian state.

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HARRIS: No date has set yet. Rice is continuing her East swing right now a stop in Egypt.

They’re orphan drugs. And they’re when kids have diseases. Too expensive to treat. on a special Dr. Sanjay Gupta Your Life report.

COLLINS: The nation remembers a in the civil rights battle. Dr. King, coming up in the NEWSROOM.

And hold your water and you win one of new — brand-new electronic the Wii.

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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I said, honey, do you know that that was a runner-up with me? I She died.

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HARRIS: A contest goes Very wrong.

Details in the NEWSROOM.

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Celebrating a life and remembering a that changed a nation. is the national holiday honoring Luther king Jr. A service morning at the church where his voice still echoes.

Our Holmes is at the King Center Ebenezer Baptist Church in

And T.J. we’ve been that the weather isn’t all great today, but it looks the crowds have really up, huh?

T.J. HOLMES, CNN The crowds have certainly up. And you’re talking about voices, I just heard a few voices from a few young out here just yelling, You know, taking pictures, the kind of thing we’re now.

People are coming by reflective pool and stopping by the as well. A lot of people just and taking a quiet moment, Others taking pictures and But certainly now that the weather’s up and things are a little better out the crowd is certainly picking up as

That service you talked is going on at the Ebenezer — the Ebenezer Church, which is next to me here. The new church, the new is across the street right which they have some of the overflow people who get a chance to go into the actual which is more for VIPs and and whatnot — so they’re the street. A lot of people getting a to participate.

And kind of a new — a new today, because we don’t Coretta Scott King us for the first time, who, of died last year. But as well. And a buzz really all around town because of the Dr. papers, the new papers that are to be out in a new display.

The Atlanta History having some of his — of his papers on display. So people about that. Giving a new really, of Dr. King and his legacy, his of course that dream people talk about still lives on today.

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DR. MARTIN LUTHER JR. CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER: I a dream.

HOLMES (voice From his most famous at the march on Washington, to his first in Montgomery, Alabama, today the gets a chance to see Dr. Martin King Jr. through his own words. than 600 personal documents go on at the Atlanta History Center.

Soledad O’Brien gave us a peek at her series, Words Changed a Nation.

SOLEDAD CNN CORRESPONDENT: This is the actual written on four pages, and front, of lined notebook in Dr. King’s own handwriting. It’s here at the library for Morehouse the start of what is literally a of Dr. King’s thinking at the critical in civil rights history.

After the exhibition, the papers be preserved at Morehouse, Dr. King’s mater, until a new museum for rights is completed. Today is a poignant holiday, the first Coretta Scott King, who last January. Today at Baptist Church, their will celebrate their in a commemorative services, carrying on the spelled out in their father’s that inspired and changed a

KING: Free at last! at last! Thank God almighty we are at last!

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And finally here, by so many indeed, this crowd has a little smaller here year. Maybe the rain had a lot to do that. But now that the rain has it’s cleared up a little starting to see more and more file by.

And, of course, so people off work today. So people with kids out of and whatnot. But really, the message of the day is this is supposed to be a day on to think service and really not a day off —

COLLINS: He would have 78 years old today.

All right. Holmes, thanks so much for the from right here in

And they are called orphan They’re needed when have rare diseases too to treat. Ahead on a special Dr. Gupta Saving Your report.

And an environmental catch-22. the planet can be dirty work, but is a plan to recycle actually more harm than

Find out next in the NEWSROOM.

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COLLINS: Police on after fires at two Baptist in North Carolina. The blazes late Saturday in Greenville. The about a mile apart. say they are treating both as scenes.

Meanwhile, a break-in at another church in the same Federal investigators are in Greenville now to

HARRIS: Deadly and rare, trouble when too few people a disease. Chief Medical Dr. Sanjay Gupta looks at dilemma in his special series Your Life.

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DR. SANJAY GUPTA, CNN CHIEF CORRESPONDENT (voice over): Kohl Benjamin spends of his time inside, away dangerous germs that threaten his life. KOHL 8-YEAR-OLD CANCER PATIENT: I to like to play football. And me and my dad to wrestle a lot. And now I can’t with my friends on the monkey

GUPTA: You see, Kohl has Sarcoma. It’s a rare of bone cancer. Childhood in general is considered rare. The Cancer Society estimates children under 14 were last year. Fifteen died.

DR. EUGENIE KLEINERMAN, ANDERSON CANCER CENTER: will kill more in the United States than any disease.

GUPTA: The problem is drug companies can lose developing medicines for rare because only a few will buy These drugs are known as drugs and can receive federal to entice companies to make

Dr. Kleinerman is head of pediatrics at the MD Cancer Center in Houston.

There are drugs out there now that may help us save in children with cancer. And they’re under 18, we can’t them on a clinical trial.

The director of the FDA’s orphan development plan says with cancer are neglected but that the law does not need to

DR. MARLENE HAFFNER, FDA: We to improve our knowledge about the of developing drugs, and we’ll be to move more quickly and will be able to move quickly.

GUPTA: Kleinerman let parents make the decision to use experimental drugs.

For now, and Kim Benjamin don’t have to about an experimental drug to their son. Since cancer was found early, hoping the next step, to remove the tumor, cures cancer.

Dr. Sanjay Gupta, reporting.

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Hangings in Iraq, and they go as planned. Questions about happened at the gallows ahead in the

COLLINS: A slippery and dangerous to the new week. A big ice storm spreading across the heartland.

The latest in the

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COLLINS: together the puzzle in Kirkwood, Police there trying to a pair of kidnappings. Both happily, with one shocking One boy found after vanishing days earlier, the other more than four Their alleged captor, a man who is being held on $1 million

On CNN’s AMERICAN MORNING, described Michael Devlin as a with a short temper.

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ROB BUSHELLE, DEVLIN’S NEIGHBOR: He called the on me for parking in his parking spot one in a building where — a lot where most of the parking is You know there’s a few labeled spots and it said that the was for that building in particular. I was of in the spot right next to he normally parks, double a little bit and he just got completely about the situation.

BILL MICHAEL DEVLIN’S LANDLORD: my sort of external landlord he was a fine tenant. He paid his on time, he was always pleasant to me. I received any calls complaining him directly. But in fact, I inherited him as a two years ago. From I understand, even if I had done a check, I would have pulled up a traffic violation.

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COLLINS: An apartment and unsuspecting neighbors, parts of the puzzle in Kirkwood, CNN’s Rick Sanchez a closer look.

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OFFICER GARY WAGSTER, POLICE: We had an uneasy feeling. And as for one of us to that, that’s one thing. But for of us to have it, as much as we work we knew.

RICK SANCHEZ, CNN (voice-over): Yet no one else seemed to up on what two Missouri police sensed right off the bat. wasn’t quite right. Michael Devlin’s nondescript apartment.

HARRY RICHARD, DEVLIN’S NEIGHBOR: I was told he was Devlin’s son. And, you at first, obvious thought, I him.

SANCHEZ: Harry wasn’t alone. For more four years, neighbors, you name it, they all saw Shawn and the 41-year-old man now suspected of being the kidnapper numerous times and suspected anything. Last a neighbor, Rick Butler, he found a cell phone in of his apartment and called a stored Devlin picked up. And then put on the phone.

RICK BUTLER, DEVLIN’S NEIGHBOR: And he said, oh, I right across the street. It take me just a few minutes. So he over and picked up his phone. He a little bit nervous. But nothing you know, didn’t act like was anything out of the ordinary.

SANCHEZ: A few ago Butler once again saw the pitching a tent in the grass.

H was just a single father his boy getting ready for a camping So I didn’t think anything about it.

SANCHEZ: No one, than the two Kirkwood Police sensed that anything was Including Devlin’s boss, known the pizza parlor for decades.

MIKE PROSPERI, IMO’S PIZZA: He’s for me for 25 years. There’s not too many that stay with the job for 25 years. I mean, I never had any with him at all. I mean, he was my He counted my money. You know, and you don’t do that with that you don’t trust.

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HARRIS: The kidnappings, the the most horrific nightmare of any Earlier on CNN’s AMERICAN we heard from John a child safety advocate own son was kidnapped and murdered. He says need to limit the risks.

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JOHN HOST, AMERICA’S MOST There’s this new phenomenon of bus These are pedophiles like alleged kidnapper who follow buses, particularly in rural where they think are not so street smart, not sophisticated, and not a great concentration of law enforcement, stretched thin and they for the kid who has the long walk home to And I think parents should be vigilant and talk to their about that and I say don’t the crapshoot. If your child is a child, if you can help it, don’t that child make long walk from the bus stop home. It’s

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Stay with CNN throughout the day as we the spotlight on America’s missing CNN prime time tonight at What role does play in the media coverage of kids. Paula brings it out in the At 9:00, how did police crack the Larry King talks the officers who found the boys, the attorney, and more. Then at the Missouri Miracle, AC 360 takes an look at the kids, the suspect and the

COLLINS: Ice coated roads, and power lines, hundreds of of people in the dark. That’s the right now across a big part of the heartland. From Missouri to a major winter storm has its mark. And now parts of the great and northeast are feeling its impact. At count, about 330,000 in Missouri were without The number in Oklahoma, 122,000. The which blew in Friday is now for at least 30 deaths across six Fifteen in Oklahoma, six in Missouri, in Iowa, two in Texas, and one in each New and Maine. Chad Myers us now with the latest in all of this. 30 people dead from

CHAD MYERS, CNN METEOROLOGIST: I And at least a million people power, because you talk households, that’s how many are without power. And in fact, the that we have here now, Vickie Chapman is out of her because last night it down to 40 degrees without any That’s not any fun. Vickie is Springfield, Missouri. That’s her backyard looked like and were all the trees that coming down. She said not a single tall tree They have all now come A little bit of a prettier picture if you zoom in a little bit. For a there was a little bit of snow up as well. That snow on the maple there, kind of an shot. That will be when it blooms in the spring. But for no. If you shake all that snow what do you have underneath? You ice. There it is. I hope bought the four matic, is the four door Mercedes there. Obviously that car go very far. That was Kevin Gutner from Missouri. Thanks for those there. If you have an i-Report, go to and send them in. I would to be showing them all afternoon as well. Especially if you have and tell me that you’ve gotten your power on.

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HARRIS: us perfectly into this story. This unusual snap, Chad’s been us about in California, and now a major could be staring at some big A weekend freeze brought low temperatures to the state’s major growing counties, damage to the lemon and tangerine crop is said to be widespread and significant. The crop is valued at nearly $1

COLLINS: A young California is dead after competing in a station contest. The prize? A Wii video gaming system. To win it, the most water without a break. Mike Bond of KCRA on how the game went wrong.

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FEMALE: Oh my God, oh my God.

BOND, KCRA: That’s how Davidson said she reacted learning that the extreme drinking radio contest she won had apparently turned deadly.

DAVIDSON, CONTEST WINNER: I my husband and said, honey, the other girl that was a with me, I said she died. It was I was just in tears.

BOND: said the contest was to see who could the most water without to use the bathroom. Initially they given two minutes to drink of these small bottles. But eight of them, the bottles got

DAVIDSON: It’s so horrible. You because you don’t think going to kill you. You You’re having fun. at the radio station trying to, you to win a little contest. You know, you think it’s going to deadly.

BOND: Doctors say amounts of water can cause organs to swell, especially brain. Water intoxication, rare, can be a silent killer.

DR. KEI, U.C. DAVIS CENTER: Obviously your in an enclosed space with skull. If that swelling there’s no real place for brain to go.

DAVIDSON: I was sick. I was up. I was miserable. I was just — I on the floor the rest of the day. I couldn’t even function. I do anything.

BOND: A whole lot of including the apparent death of a for the chance to win this, a video system.

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DAVIDSON: It was devastating. My goes, that could been you. I go, I know.

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COLLINS: Once that was Mike Bond from CNN affiliate KCRA in

HARRIS: And in just a couple of we’ll be hearing from the

COLLINS: Yes, we will. In of course as you know it is MLK Day today, a holiday, a lot of people off today. He was Cardoza Senior High so we want to go ahead and take a to listen in to what he had to say to the kids and the on this important day.

This has been my honor to be One of the things that Mrs. wanted was for MLK Day to be a day of service. It is not a day off, but a day on. So I’m here at Cardoza School to thank the hundreds of who have showed up to serve the By volunteering.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE:

BUSH: And right here in the we’re with a group of who are sending postcards to folks who been affected by Katrina. of hope, opportunity for a citizen to say to somebody in the New Orleans area, we about you, people are about you. And all in the hopes of somebody’s spirit.

UNIDENTIFIED Exactly.

BUSH: So I not only to thank the folks involved in project and thank the attorney for volunteering, but I encourage people all the country to seize any opportunity can to help somebody in need. And by somebody in need, you’re the legacy of Martin Luther and by helping somebody in need, really helping yourself, you’re lifting your So I want to thank the principal of fine high school and I to thank the organizers of the event and I to thank the volunteers, young and for setting aside time to somebody else’s life Thank you all for coming.

UNIDENTIFIED Thank you.

COLLINS: President Bush with — great from the gal next to him at Cardoza High School, that is in D.C. An important point by that if you are off today, you should be about this and helping people.

HARRIS: That’s happening around the country. A lot of participating in sort of community activities. There at Cardoza, the are putting a fresh coat of on the school and folks around the taking part in prayer in remembrances of Dr. King. What a day, that was wonderful.

to come in the NEWSROOM this and the winner is —

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WILL SMITH: Don’t ever let somebody you, you can’t do something.

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HARRIS: The season gets under way tonight’s Golden Globes. A at who may have the inside track in the NEWSROOM.

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And the winner is — well, we no idea yet. But there is a chance, at least a couple of Golden Globe awards will go to actors and actresses an independent streak. CNN entertainment Sibila Vargas takes a

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What? Little Miss Sunshine?

VARGAS, CNN ENTERTAINMENT CORRESPONDENT They have small and are distributed by small studios.

thank you for smoking, little

VARGAS: But when it comes to award season, independent are definitely big players.

AARON GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINEE: what feels best is really we’re not the sexiest out there. It’s an independent And this, I think, we’re the engine that could in a lot of

VARGAS: At this year’s Globe nominations, little filled the track. Six of the ten movies in the two picture categories are independent MIKE FLEEMAN, PEOPLE The studios have gotten out of the pretty much of making quality movies. They’ve it now to the independent elements of the studios to these things, or Indie’s out.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I know what to do. I feel they’re taking her away me.

VARGAS: People magazine’s Fleeman says its no surprise the of actors nominated for Golden also come from films.

FLEEMAN: Smaller rely on good acting and writing. They don’t on special effects.

PENELOPE GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINEE: I it was a very talented and difficult but I love that and actors, we want that.

VARGAS: critics and actors like Whitaker from the Last of Scotland agree just nominated serves another important purpose for smaller

FORREST WHITAKER, GOLDEN NOMINEE: Hopefully people go see the movie and know more it.

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COLLINS: that’s a loud one. Vargas joining us now live. can you tell us, Sibila, about the Globe parties, huh?

Oh, I can tell you a whole bunch. of all, let me give you a sense of how is going to go down, ok? As soon as the start to make their way the red carpet, they’re going to to some of the press. There’s 100 outlets waiting for them to their films, to talk their love lives I don’t know. The dresses, of And once they start into the Beverly Hilton, be handed these little Chandone bottles, and they have these little and they’ll start drinking with the weather out here so cold, they probably need a little bit of that. But the there’s going to be about of them going down at the Hilton. And I’ve got a sneak at the In Style Warner Brothers and let me tell you Heidi, do you like

COLLINS: Yeah, it’s ok. bears I’m more of a fan of, but works.

VARGAS: Chocolate ok. There’s a chocolate lounge. unbelievable. They have chocolate where from to ceiling they have of dark chocolate, white milk chocolate, everything you possibly imagine. And there’s the Godiva chocolate towers

COLLINS: And chairs? VARGAS: have chocolate martinis, I mean it’s absolutely I was sitting there and I’m you know I’m smelling it, and it like you’re in a bathtub of So if you like chocolate, that’s thing. And they also champagne, of course. So they’re to be in very good spirits.

Yeah, I bet. What’s to about with champagne and huh?

VARGAS: Exactly. don’t call it Hollywood’s party for nothing.

COLLINS: No, don’t. We’ll look for a report immediately after party. Sibila Vargas, you, live from the Globes today.

HARRIS: World Today coming up, are about 50 things I could say no, we’re not going to do it.

COLLINS: I contain.

HARRIS: Your Today coming up at the top of the hour. Jim standing by now with a preview. good morning.

JIM CLANCY, ANCHOR: Good morning to Tony and to Heidi. Of course have the latest on all the developments out of the Middle East. But also going to look at the protests a new law in Northern Ireland that discrimination against gays. are saying well that our religious freedom.

Iran’s goes to Latin America. Are the forces there, which are on the building a new anti-U.S. partnership Tehran?

Well it’s not it’s Bollywood. India’s fans see stars as the leading gets an engagement ring the leading man. So it’s not of chocolate there, it’s a single diamond. All of the news an international perspective coming up at the top of the Heidi and Tony, back to

HARRIS: Jim Clancy bringing us full circle. Jim, you.

COLLINS: I think going to Susan Lisovicz for business.

SUSAN LISOVICZ: morning Heidi and Tony.

Hi Susan, I could tell you there.

LISOVICZ: Familiar unfamiliar surroundings perhaps. we come back, we’ll be about a big corporate heavyweight. it’s going to continue to care of our financial needs but familiar umbrella is going I’ll have the details NEWSROOM continues. You’re CNN, the most trusted in news. (COMMERCIAL BREAK)

COLLINS: A construction site in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Look at at least one person on foot. four others in a minibus into a massive hole.

Whoa!

COLLINS: It happened the weekend. The first body was just this morning. had been burrowing underground for a new station. The builders say heavy may have contributed to the collapse.

Man, what pictures. may be folding up its umbrella. What is about? Susan Lisovicz us now from the New York Stock with a view of the company’s new new profile. Susan, what here?

LISOVICZ: You know, subtle, but the company believes it is nonetheless, Tony. So we can lose the group. The New York Times the banking giant is looking to its name to just Citi, letters. The company may also away its familiar red umbrella That’s what we’re about, Tony. The changes be presented to the board this and if approved, a rollout could next month. Instead, the new will be similar to the arc that is now on credit cards and some of its buildings. However, the color of the arc may depending on the division. Companies millions of dollars and a lot of time on sorts of things Tony.

They sure do. But you know it seems a bit like a trend here. Didn’t Apple just change its name?

Yeah, it kind of got buried all the hype with the iPhone week at Mac World. But yes, it is that with all the diversification, Computer is simply now legally Dell computer is now Dell. years ago Morgan Stanley its Dean Witter suffix. And of Federal Express basically to what we were all calling the FedEx. With many now offering a variety of products and some businesses are looking to their logos. In the case of the bank has added the citi to its consumer businesses. For example, Bank and Citi Mortgage, but led to multiple logos and titles. The New Times said the bank’s CEO is to spark more cooperation those businesses. So being one umbrella, even though folding the umbrella, it could to do just that. It’s of confusing. But the real question in New York is, what will to the 16-foot 5,000- pound umbrella that sits the bank right here in No word on that yet. One note, it’s kind of I’m not at the New York Stock today, because all U.S. markets are closed today in of Dr. Martin Luther King. The Dow closed at a record high The NASDAQ closed above the level for the first time early 2001. That’s the in business news. Heidi and back to you. HARRIS: you Susan. Appreciate it.

COLLINS: In about an hour or so, Kyra and Don Lemon will take at the desk for the rest of the day’s Hey Kyra?

KYRA PHILLIPS, CNN This is the place to be for MLK Day.

Of course.

PHILLIPS: Because got his church where he preached, his where he grew up.

HARRIS: It like it’s just the street, yeah.

PHILLIPS: I it’s the best thing to do in Atlanta. Every time comes to town. We’re to be talking about priceless of the dream and now a permanent part of history. The writings of Rev. Luther King Jr. were for the auction block until Mayor Shirley Franklin got of it, and went on a fund-raising binge to the papers home to King’s She’s going to join us in the NEWSROOM with the story.

a little Golden Globe with nominee Jeremy on HBO’s Entourage, great He plays a Hollywood agent a heart of cold. But stick him in an desk? Well, the smooth just falls apart.

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JEREMY I couldn’t be an anchor and I’ll you why.

PHILLIPS: Because of IFB in ear?

PIVEN: Because it popping out?

PIVEN: It pop out and I would be fired.

PHILLIPS: Is it too too small?

PIVEN: Yes. I be like, war at a glance, ow!


PHILLIPS: Let me and I’ll help you with

PIVEN: Ok, yes.

PHILLILPS: So I see still got the flip.

(END OF CLIP)

PHILLIPS: No worries, not looking to quit his day job. on his smoking out career ahead the CNN NEWSROOM, it all gets started, p.m. eastern time.

It’s a hard job.

Yeah.

COLLINS: It is a really job.

HARRIS: Yeah, going to get all kinds of sympathy. for the anchors, not going to happen.

I want his job. Matter of I want that gig on Entourage.

That’s a good show, great on it.

COLLINS: Kyra As she said, CNN NEWSROOM continues one hour from now.

YOUR WORLD TODAY is with news happening the globe and here at home, Tony Harris.

COLLINS: And Heidi Collins, have a day, everybody.

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