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WEEKEND EARLY START

Ariel Castro's Brothers Speak Out; 12-Year-Old Arrested in Sister's Murder; Three Day Hostage Standoff Over; Black Eye Swells For IRS; The Bleacher Report

Aired May 12, 2013 - 06:00   ET

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BRIANNA KEILAR, CNN ANCHOR: From CNN world headquarters in Atlanta, this is EARLY START WEEKEND.

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MARTIN SAVIDGE, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Do you worry now that people will always suspect that you actually did have a role?

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KEILAR: Speaking out for the very first time in a CNN world exclusive. Pedro and Onil Castro, brothers of the accused Cleveland rapist and kidnapper Ariel Castro, sit down with our Martin Savidge. What they say about their brother's alleged crimes.

Plus, an arrest in the murder of eight-year-old Leila Fowler. You may be shocked to hear who police have in custody.

And another black eye for the IRS? New details that officials there may have been targeting conservative groups long before the 2012 election.

Take a look at this video. A wall of ice. And we'll tell you where it is and how it happened.

It Sunday, May 12th. Good morning, everyone. I'm Brianna Keilar. It is 6:00 on the East Coast. Thank you for starting your day with us.

ANNOUNCER: This is CNN breaking news.

KEILAR: We begin this morning with breaking news into CNN world exclusive. When Ariel Castro was arrested on charges of kidnapping and raping three women for over a decade in his Cleveland home, police also arrested his two brothers, showing their faces to the world. In the minds of many, all three men were monsters. But last Thursday, police released Pedro and Onil Castro saying neither man had anything to do with the alleged abductions and torture of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight. Now for the first time since their release, both men sat down to talked exclusively with CNN's Martin Savidge about their brother and their ordeal. Let's bring in CNN national correspondent Susan Candiotti. She is live in Cleveland following this.

Good morning, Susan. SUSAN CANDIOTTI, CNN NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT: Hi, Brianna.

When Ariel Castro was arrested on charges of kidnapping and raping three women for over a decade in his Cleveland home, police also arrested his two brothers, showing their faces to the world, as you just explained. In the minds of many, all three men were monsters.

But now these men, the two brothers, are grateful that -- are grateful that the young women and a six-year-old child are now free and safe. But they're haunted by missed clues and also haunted by the media. Here's more of Martin's report.

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MARTIN SAVIDGE, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Do you worry now that people will always suspect that you actually did have a role?

ONIL CASTRO, ACCUSED KIDNAPPER'S BROTHER: Absolutely.

PEDRO CASTRO, ACCUSED KIDNAPPER'S BROTHER: Yes.

O. CASTRO: And the people who are out there that know me, they know that Onil Castro is not that person and has nothing to do with that. Would never even think of something like that. I was a very liked person, individual. I have never had any enemies. No reason for anybody to think that I would ever do something like that. It's a shock to all my friends. They couldn't believe it.

P. CASTRO: The same. I -- I could never think of doing anything like that. If I knew that my brother was doing this -

O. CASTRO: I would absolutely -

P. CASTRO: I would not be - I would not -- in a minute, I would call the cops, because that ain't right. But, yes, it's going to haunt me down because people are going to think Pedro got something to do with this. Pedro don't have nothing to do with this. If I knew, I would have reported it. Brother or no brother.

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CANDIOTTI: Now, you can see much more of Martin's exclusive interview, including hearing the one strange rule they say Ariel Castro demanded his brothers follow when inside his home. Plus, you'll also hear what they say happened when one brother confronted Ariel about the mysterious little girl who looked so much like him. That and much more beginning tomorrow morning, Brianna.

KEILAR: Susan Candiotti for us in Cleveland, thank you for that.

And be sure to tune in, as Susan said, to "Starting Point" at 7:00 a.m. Eastern tomorrow. That's where you can see the entire CNN exclusive interview with Ariel Castro's brothers.

Dramatic new video just in to CNN of police breaking down the door of Ariel Castro's home to free Michelle Knight and Gina DeJesus. This is actually cell phone video. It comes from CBS News. And it was taken by a Cleveland woman, Jasmina Baldridge (ph). She and her friend, Ashley Calone (ph), stopped Monday in front of the now infamous house when they saw squad cars and flashing lights. The women who lived nearby told CNN affiliate WEWS they thought they were being pulled over. Instead, they got to witness one of the most dramatic hostage rescue in recent history. Calone told WEWS that Gina DeJesus was shaking and huddled together with the other survivors. The witnesses say Amanda Berry was, quote, "crying like she was amazed."

And we're getting new details of the horrors that police say unfolded for nearly a decade there in Cleveland. We know that Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus were gagged and chained in the basement of this Cleveland home. Now a source tells CNN affiliate WOIO that the women spent several years in shackles underground. According to WOIO, it was only after Berry's daughter was born, and she is now six years old, that the women were moved to separate rooms upstairs. And, of course, DNA tests now confirm accused kidnapper Ariel Castro is that girl's father.

Meantime, the source tells WOIO that Castro would stop feeding any woman who acted out or tried to escape. And according to the station, it was Berry's daughter who told the women Castro left the house last Monday, setting the stage for her mother's daring escape.

Coming up at 10:00 Eastern this morning, a Cleveland PR firm that specializes in crisis management is expected to issue a statement on behalf of all three kidnapping survivors. It is representing the survivors pro bono. The women have not spoken publicly since the rescue almost a week ago. And we will bring that to you when it happens.

New this morning, police say they've made an arrest in the stabbing death of an eight-year-old girl. This is a case that shocked a small northern California town and this morning Leila Fowler's older brother is in custody accused of killing her.

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Citizens of Calaveras County can sleep a little better tonight.

KEILAR (voice-over): Two weeks after eight-year-old Leila Fowler was found stabbed to death, police make a dramatic and surprising announcement.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Detectives have arrested Leila's 12-year-old brother at the Valley Springs Substation and on charge of homicide.

KEILAR: The little girl and her brother were alone in their family's northern California home when he told police that he'd seen an intruder leaving the house. The boy called his parent who called 911. He then found his sister stabbed. She later died. During their investigation, authorities released only a sketchy description of a suspect. The small town of Valley Springs on edge as police searched for Leila's killer. Within the past few days, her family stood together at a candlelight vigil to remember her. UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I just want to thank the entire community and all of our family and friends for the overwhelming amount of support that you've given my family. It will never be forgotten.

KEILAR: Meanwhile, there are still many unanswered questions. Questions about the motive and what led police to arrest Leila Fowler's 12-year-old brother.

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KEILAR: And the suspect's first court appearance has not been announced.

Breaking news -

ANNOUNCER: This is CNN breaking news.

KEILAR: And we have breaking news out of New Jersey. A three-day hostage standoff is over this morning. Police say that a man had been holding three children captive in a Trenton home since Friday. KYW reporter Syma Chowdhry joins me now on the phone.

Syma, can you tell us what's going on there at the scene? You are just a couple of blocks away. What did you see or hear?

SYMA CHOWDHRY, KYW-TV REPORTER (via telephone): Well, the hostage situation is now over after 36 hours. We heard a gunshot shortly before 4:00 a.m. and someone was taken on a stretcher and put in an ambulance, but police are not commenting on that. But what they are telling us is that the three hostages are safe and the suspect is in custody. They have not confirmed any of their names or ages, but sources tell us the three hostages included two teens and possibly a toddler.

This all started Friday afternoon after police got a phone call asking to request on -- a check on the welfare of those in that apartment. When police arrived, that's when they spotted a woman dead and possibly another (INAUDIBLE) may have been dead for several days. When they learned of this, a man who was at the home brandished a weapon and that's when police pulled back and that's when the hostage situation - the - to the hostage situation started.

Police tell us they will give us more details starting at 10:00 a.m. this morning. They haven't spoken to the media much in the past 36 hours, but we're hoping to get as many details about the situation as possible. That's the very latest in Trenton.

KEILAR: Syma Chowdhry, thank you. And we certainly will be checking in with you as you do get more information here in the coming hours.

Now to Washington and that growing outrage over how the IRS treated Tea Party groups in the run-up to the presidential election. Top IRS officials knew as far back as 2011 that agents were singling out non- profit conservative groups and making it harder for them to get tax exempt status. That's all in a new Treasury Department report that's coming out this week. And CNN's Athena Jones is joining us live from Washington.

Athena, officials - and we know this ahead of this report coming out -- they're now looking to see if the IRS broke the rules by playing politics here.

ATHENA JONES, CNN CORRESPONDENT: That's right. Good morning, Brianna.

I spoke with an official at the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. That's the agency that's doing this review. They say they're doing this audit at the request of Congress to look at agency operations and procedures and make any recommendations. And this is something that certainly many members of Congress and that the White House say they support.

White House Spokesman Jay Carney put out a statement just yesterday saying that if the inspector general finds that anyone broke the rules or any government officials acted improperly, that the president wants to see swift and appropriate steps taken to deal with that misconduct. So this is something that's getting a lot of attention because if the IRS is playing politics, that's not a good thing, Brianna.

KEILAR: And we understand that it appears some folks at the IRS were looking at the names of certain names. If they had "Tea Party" in their name, if they had "patriot" in their name, that they would get some extra scrutiny, as we understand. What does that mean when you're talking about extra scrutiny?

JONES: Exactly. Extra scrutiny means that some of these groups were asked to provide all sorts of additional information that other groups weren't. One group talked about 88 questions. So a long questionnaire. I spoke with someone from -- a co-founder of the Tea Party Patriots. That's one of the largest Tea Party organizations in the country. And she described what her group was asked to do. Let's listen to her speak.

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JENNY BETH MARTIN, CO-FOUNDER, TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: We have a million fans now on FaceBook going through and finding comments in every single post on FaceBook. Hours and hours of work and massive amounts of paper. And the fact that the IRS was doing this, it's absolutely disgusting. It's an abuse of power.

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JONES: And so that's Jenny Beth Martin describing what the IRS asked her group to do, which is provide all of these comments from their FaceBook fan page. This is the sort of things these groups were subjected to. And I can tell you that her group, Jenny Beth Martin's Tea Party Patriots, they applied for tax exempt status in 2009 and they still haven't heard back from the IRS. So this is something that's going to continue to get a lot of attention here in Washington, Brianna.

KEILAR: It sure is. This will be a continuing story. Athena Jones for us in Washington, thank you. And coming up, a helicopter goes down, but the pilot walks away. We'll be showing you the dramatic moments that were all caught on tape.

Emergency repairs, as well, finished at the International Space Station. We were following this yesterday. So what's the first thing that a space commander does? You know, he tweets about it. See what he says, next.

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KEILAR: A top Turkish official has linked the government of Syrian President Bashar al Assad to a pair of car bombings that killed 43 people. According to Reuters, Turkey's deputy prime minister called the Assad regime the, quote, "usual suspects" behind the bombs yesterday. He says an investigation found that the bombers were in contact with Syria's secret police. Syria's information minister denies his country had anything to do with the attacks.

One of the first responders to last month's fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, is ready to enter a plea to a pipe bomb charge. Bryce Reed's lawyer says his client will enter a not guilty plea in federal court on Wednesday. Investigators had launched a criminal probe into the blast that killed 14 people, but they haven't said whether Reed's arrest is connected to the explosion.

Watch very closely here. That giant, that red streak you see going by, you could see it a little better there, that was a helicopter. It was crash landing on a busy Honolulu street last week. What's amazing here is that nobody was seriously injured. In fact, the pilot is actually being hailed as a hero for safely landing that powerless helicopter. FAA investigators are taking a closer look at that damaged chopper.

No leaks. That is what the commander of the International Space Station tweeted after two astronauts completed emergency repairs. They finished their spacewalk yesterday after replacing a pump that was leaking ammonia. NASA said the crew was never in danger because of the leak, but it could have caused some major problems with the station's cooling system.

Balancing on a pair of crutches, a Boston bombing survivor and amputee lives out a life-long dream. We will bring you her story just ahead.

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KEILAR: Tiger Woods is looking for his second player's championship title this weekend. But after yesterday, everyone is talking about his war of words with Sergio Garcia. Andy Scholes joins us with this morning's "Bleacher Report."

Hi, Andy.

ANDY SCHOLES, BLEACHER REPORT: Hey, good morning, Brianna.

Well, there has definitely been no love loss between Tiger and Sergio over the years. And after yesterday, it doesn't look like these two are going to be buddies any time soon. It all started on the second hole during yesterday's third round. Tiger was in the trees waiting to shoot his second shot, while Sergio was on the fairway. And after Sergio took his shot, he immediately looked over towards Tiger. Now he claims Tiger wasn't paying attention and caused the crowd to cheer during his back swing. During the rain delay, Sergio would voice his displeasure with Tiger.

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SERGIO GARCIA, TIED FOR SECOND PLACE: You do have a feel when the other guy's going to hit. And right as I was on top of the back swing, I think he must of - he pulled like a five wood or a three wood out of the rough and obviously everybody started screaming. So that didn't help very much.

TIGER WOODS, TIED FOR SECOND PLACE: The (INAUDIBLE), they told me he'd already hit. So I pulled a club and was getting ready to play my shot and then I hear his comments afterwards and not real surprising that he's complaining about something.

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SCHOLES: Oh, and this duo isn't done yet because of the weather. Tiger and Sergio didn't finish their round yesterday, so they will have to play four more holes together today.

Well, if you like low-scoring defensive battles, yesterday Knicks/Pacers game was for you. Both teams shot just 35 percent from the field, but Indiana was able to dominate the boards. Center Roy Hibbert scored a playoff career high 24 points while grabbing 12 rebounds as the Pacers won game three, 82-71 to take a two-game to one lead in the series.

Well, in Boston yesterday, Heather Abbott, who lost part of her leg in the marathon bombings, was the star of the Red Sox game. Abbott was on hand to throw out the first pitch, and she fired in a strike right there. Saturday also a very special day for Abbott because it was the day she returned home from the hospital.

But we also saw a very special moment in Chicago yesterday. Jenny Page (ph) was selected out of the crowd to throw the first pitch, and right before she did, her daughter Amanda, who is in the Navy, surprised her out on the field. Now, Jenny hadn't seen Amanda in 16 months. A great Mother's Day present for Jenny a day early. And, Brianna, I'm sure it's one she's never going to forget.

KEILAR: That is beautiful. Just picked out randomly out of the crowd, I'm sure.

SCHOLES: So she thought, right?

KEILAR: So -- what a fun surprise. Happy Mother's Day to her.

Andy Sholes, thank you for that.

A CNN world exclusive, out of jail and stunned. Hear what the brothers of accused kidnapper and rapist Ariel Castro have to say. Plus, a shocking arrest in the death of a northern California girl stabbed to death.

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KEILAR: Now for a quick update on mortgages. Rate rose higher from last week. Take a look.

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KEILAR: Welcome back. And thank you so much for starting your morning with us. Take a look at that gorgeous shot there of Lady Liberty in New York City. A beautiful morning. And a special welcome to our troops watching on the American Forces Network. I'm Brianna Keilar. And it is half past the hour, almost. About 6:27 Eastern here.

Now to a CNN exclusive. When Ariel Castro was arrested on charges of kidnapping and raping three women for over a decade in his Cleveland home, police also arrested his two brothers, showing their faces to the world. In the minds of many, all three men were monsters, but last Thursday police released Pedro and Onil Castro saying that neither man had anything to do with the alleged abductions and torture of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight. Now, for the first time since their release, both men sat down and talked exclusively with CNN's Martin Savidge about their brother and their ordeal. They are grateful, they say, that the three women and six-year-old girl are finally free and safe, but they're haunted by missed clues, haunted by the media as well, and they're receiving death threats for something they say they did not do.

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MARTIN SAVIDGE, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Do you worry now that people will always suspect that you actually did have a role?

ONIL CASTRO, ACCUSED KIDNAPPER'S BROTHER: Absolutely.

PEDRO CASTRO, ACCUSED KIDNAPPER'S BROTHER: Yes.

O. CASTRO: And the people who are out there that know me, they know that Onil Castro is not that person and has nothing to do with that. Would never even think of something like that. I was a very liked person, individual. I have never had any enemies. No reason for anybody to think that I would ever do something like that. It's a shock to all my friends. They couldn't believe it.

P. CASTRO: The same. I -- I could never think of doing anything like that. If I knew that my brother was doing this -

O. CASTRO: I would absolutely -

P. CASTRO: I would not be - I would not -- in a minute, I would call the cops, because that ain't right. But, yes, it's going to haunt me down because people are going to think Pedro got something to do with this. Pedro don't have nothing to do with this. If I knew, I would have reported it. Brother or no brother. (END VIDEO CLIP)

KEILAR: You can see much more of Martin's exclusive interview, including hearing the one strange rule they say Ariel Castro demanded his brothers followed when inside his home.

Plus, you'll also hear what they say happened when one brother confronted Ariel about the mysterious little girl that looked so much like him. That and much more beginning tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. Eastern on CNN's "Starting Point."

Now to California and a stunning development in the case that rocked a small community and captured the attention of the nation. This is the stabbing death of eight-year-old Leila Fowler. Police now say they have taken her 12-year-old brother into custody.

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SHERIFF GARY KUNTZ, CALAVERAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA: At 5:10 P.M. detectives arrested Leila's 12-year-old brother at the Valley Spring substation on charges of homicide.

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KEILAR: The suspect seen here at a vigil after Leila's death originally told police that he saw an intruder leaving the family's home on April 27th and that he then found his eight-year-old sister stabbed. Police did not say why they believe the 12-year-old may have killed his sister.

As one Boston bombing suspect recovers in a prison hospital and the body of his older brother is now buried in an unmarked grave in Virginia, life for many Bostonians is finally edging back to normal. Paula Newton has more on a city that has remained Boston strong.

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PAULA NEWTON, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Even in Cambridge, the place that Tsarnaevs called home for years, the days are mercifully quiet, again. More and more, talk of terror gives way to what you would expect here. How are those Bruins and Red Sox doing?

The Red Sox at Fenway Park, you know, what could be a better tonic for this city now so determined to carry on. You know for many victims and their families going to sporting events like this has really been part of their rehabilitation, the recovery.

With undeniable courage Heather Abbott is back at Fenway Park. It was a Red Sox game on the day of the marathon that brought her to Boston. After the game, she was grabbing a bite to eat at the race finish line. And then there the bombs went off. She lost her left foot. And so, imagine the strength it takes to come back to Fenway and throw out the first pitch. Abbott is firm. There is no use looking back, she says.

The investigation does continue. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the younger brother is still recovering in a prison hospital and will likely face more criminal proceedings in the next few days. Katherine Russell, Tamerlan Tsarnaev's widow, has hired a new lawyer with expertise in terror cases. Investigators still want to question her and then there's Tamerlan Tsarnaev. An FBI team is still on the ground in Russia investigating what contact and influence extremists might have had with him.

DAVID FILIPOV, BOSTON GLOBE: We don't have that evidence, but that's the evidence that everyone is looking for. That connection, that link.

NEWTON: David Filipov is a veteran "Boston Globe" reporter who lived in Russia for a decade. He has spent the last month trying to retrace Tsarnaev's path to extremism. The older brother, he says, clearly went looking for literature and videos about it.

FILIPOV: Now, did looking at that convince him, hey, I'm living in a place surrounded by Americans, Americans are killing Muslims, therefore I have to go out and kill Americans. This idea that I'm so radicalized I identify the enemy with these people here and I'm going to kill them. That's something that rational people have trouble with.

NEWTON: And that's what this city is starting to come to terms with. The investigation becomes more complicated, the simple question of why is almost impossible to answer. Paula Newton, CNN, Boston.

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KEILAR: A state of emergency for one community devastated by a massive wall of ice. We will tell you how this happened.

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KEILAR: This just in to CNN. Four people with gunshot wounds were found dead in a Waynesville, Indiana, home late last night. No suspects are in custody and authorities are investigating this as a quadruple homicide. Three males were found dead in the living room and a female was found dead in the bedroom. We'll be keeping our eyes on this for updates and we'll bring you the latest as we get it.

Let's also go to Atlanta where a woman claims she was bitten in the stomach by a bomb sniffing dog at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, the main airport here in Atlanta. Susan Dubitsky told CNN affiliate WSB that she did nothing to provoke that dog and that she was treated by paramedics at the airport. You can see her wound there. And according to the TSA who provides dogs to the airport, they're, quote, "working with Atlanta P.D to investigate the incident."

An police in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, have been telling residents to be on the lookout for an eight-foot long boa constrictor on the loose. That's not the video you're seeing. This is a wall of ice and I want to show - tell you a little bit about what you're seeing there. That is a look at this mess in Ochre Beach, Canada. This is what's left after a massive wall of lake ice swept over the community there. About 20 homes and cottages were damaged. Local authorities there have declared a state of emergency. High winds, warmer temperatures there, that's what's being blamed for the disaster. This is actually the same community that was devastated by major flooding two years ago.

And it does look like a sunny Mother's Day for most of the U.S. That's the good news, right? Meteorologist Karen Maginnis, looking good for mom?

KAREN MAGINNIS, CNN METEOROLOGIST: Well, for the most part, it does. We have little hiccups as we always do, as an area of low pressure treks across the northeast and New England and as it does, in its wake we'll see some showers for New York and Boston, but that will move out fairly quickly. But in its way, behind this area of low pressure, this is where that cold air is going to be located. Temperatures chillier than they should be for this time of year. Well, most of the Midwest and the Great Lakes will see readings about five to ten degrees cooler than where they should be and some snowfall has occurred across the Great Lakes and that video, by the way, that we saw out of Winnipeg, they saw 50-mile-an-hour winds and the wind pushed the ice on those homes. So, essentially they were gobbled up by the ice and they were saying the ice was about 30 feet high in some areas.

All right, over the last several days, exceptionally hot temperatures across the Pacific northwest, but Seattle, no, not today. Your temperatures have been in the 80s the last several days. Today, a high of only 66 degrees. But we will see the threat of freezing temperatures all the way from the Dakotas into Wisconsin, Michigan, down into the Tennessee River Valley into the Allegheny region and the Hudson Valley and temperatures are only going to be in the 20s and 30s. So, frost and freeze warnings out for a lot of these areas. But they'll spring back fairly quickly. But look at these overnight lows and morning temperatures. Chicago only about 41 degrees. Indianapolis around 39, Dayton we'll see around 37 degrees. If you planted a beautiful garden, you've got some of the tender plants, you need to make sure that they're covered because you can be a little disappointed when you wake up and they're not sprouting back the way you would like them.

But in Burbank, California, 96 degrees and just to the north, to St. Louis (ph), a record setting high temperature there of 101 degrees. And you may remember the big fire that they were watching that burned thousands of acres there in Camarillo, California. Well, the temperature is 79, that doesn't sound all that exciting. But in fact, it was a record high temperature for them. Walla Walla, Washington, 91 degrees, these temperatures are running about ten to 20 degrees above where they should be for this time of year. But, no, at least it looks like it is going to be coming to an end probably today, if not, in fact, on Monday. But areas across the Central Plains like Minneapolis. Look at this. Sunday's high temperature goes from about 60 degrees, daytime high and then by Tuesday, we're looking at 90 for the afternoon temperature. Dodge City, Kansas, 95 degrees by Tuesday. So, we go from exceptionally cool for this time of year to exceptionally hot where we'll see some record-setting temperatures, no doubt. That's a look at your weather across the nation. Back to you, Brianna.

KEILAR: It's like a last gasp of winter ...

MAGINNIS: Yes.

KEILAR: ... before the warm stuff comes on for good.

MAGINNIS: Yes.

KEILAR: I hope, anyways. Karen Maginnis, thank you for that.

If you have been following Prince Harry's visit, maybe you're wondering where his U.S. tour is going to take him next, how about New Jersey? That's right, the prince is meeting up with Governor Chris Christie. We'll tell you what is on their joint agenda?

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KEILAR: Good morning, Atlanta. A live look at the downtown skyland - skyline, I mean to say. All around CNN world headquarters here. You can see the sun creeping up back there. We're looking at a high of 70 degrees today with a whole lot of sun. So, that's pretty nice here in Atlanta. And we hope, of course, that all of you are having a very happy Mother's Day. We want to give you a look at some of the events to keep an eye on in the week ahead. On Monday, Aurora, Colorado, shooting suspect James Holmes is expected to enter an insanity plea. He faces charges for killing 12 people in the shooting spree last July.

And then on Wednesday in Arizona the Jodi Arias murder trial resumes with what's called the aggravation phase. Jurors found her guilty of first degree murder in the slaying of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander. Now they will decide if she will get the death penalty. And then also on Wednesday, Google's annual conference. OK, this is because I'm technologically challenged. But Google's annual developer conference kicks off in San Francisco. Hundreds of the world's top developers will gather to share new products, games, apps that they'll be rolling out in the coming months.

And then on Thursday, you've got the Robel Phillipos hearing, this is another hearing for him in Boston. He is one of the three friends accused of helping marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Last week (inaudible) he posted bond. He is now under house arrest.

Saturday, this is where the fun begins, right? The Preakness stakes. The 138 running in Maryland, Orb, that colt who won the Kentucky Derby earlier this month, he's going for the second leg in the coveted triple crown. Only 11 horses have won the triple crown, none since 1978. Of course, we'll always hand a rooting for that, right?

Also this week, Obama care will be front and center on Capitol Hill. Yet again, CNN political editor Paul Steinhauser has more on this busy political week ahead. Paul?

PAUL STEINHAUSER, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Hey, good morning, Brianna. The House of Representatives is expected to vote again this week to try and repeal the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. The Republican-controlled House has voted more than 30 times to repeal parts or all of the national health care measure since it was passed into law three years ago.

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REP. JOHN BOEHNER, (R ), HOUSE SPEAKER: Obamacare is going to drive up the cost of health care and drive up the cost of health insurance.

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STEINHAUSER: The White House and congressional Democrats obviously disagree. So, what do you think? One of the most recent polls suggest Americans are divided with 41 percent approving of the law and 46 percent oppose. And as you can imagine, that Quinnipiac University survey, like all the rest, indicates a wide partisan divide.

Also this week, Mark Sanford comes to Washington Wednesday to get sworn in. The former South Carolina governor whose career was left for dead following an infamous affair last week won election to a congressional seat he once held.

And how about this for an odd couple? Britain's Prince Harry teams up with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. As part of his U.S. visit, Harry will join with the tough talking Republican governor to tour parts of New Jersey hard hit last year by Hurricane Sandy.

And Mitt Romney makes a rare appearance in the media spotlight this week. Last year's GOP presidential nominee joins Jay Leno on "Late Night" television. Brianna.

KEILAR: Paul Steinhauser, thank you for that.

And coming up, we have a CNN exclusive, as our Martin Savidge sits down with the brothers of accused Cleveland kidnapper and rapist Ariel Castro.

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KEILAR: We want to get you more information now on the breaking news that we told you about in Indiana. Four people with gunshot wounds were found dead in Waynesville, Indiana, in a home there. That was last night. We want to get to our Jill Glavan, she is with our affiliate WXIN. Jill, good morning to you. What can you tell us?

JILL GLAVAN: Good morning. We know very little at this point. The big thing that we've gotten from the sheriff's department is that they do not have a suspect in custody. They're calling this a quadruple homicide. This is a small town, it's just south of Columbus, Indiana. What we know from the sheriff's department, what we've heard this morning is that there is a man that lives in a home here that got home from work last night about 10:30. He's found two people in that home with blood on them and at that point called 911. It was when sheriff's deputies got here that they found another two people. So, a total of four people dead inside this small home here. Again, in a small community. We know at this point that it's three men that were found in a living room area and a woman found in the bedroom. Now, the person that called 911 lives at the house. He told the sheriff that he lives there with his mom and his stepfather. But again, the sheriff is telling us that there is no suspect in custody. So, they're still investigating at this point as a quadruple homicide and possibly someone out there who did do this. And at this point it's very early. They've got a lot of people here investigating, crime scene techs, we've seen people going in and out of this house. They just brought an ambulance. And so, we are awaiting more details and we're expecting this investigation, especially because it's so small and this is not the kind of thing that normally happens in this area that it will take them some time to figure out exactly what happens. Brianna.

KEILAR: Jill, have they ruled out that there could be a suicide/homicide here? Are they definitely sure at this point, they think it's a quadruple homicide?

GLAVAN: That's what the sheriff is calling it. He pretty definitively said quadruple homicide. He held a news conference this morning, and he didn't take a single question from any reporters, so we're going off of his word, and he pretty definitively said quadruple homicide and that they don't have anyone in custody. So, you know, we're, obviously awaiting more details on that.

KEILAR: So, are they expecting that - they are looking for someone? That a manhunt could ensue here?

GLAVAN: Possibly. We have not seen anything of that kind at this point in this area, but that's what we're going off of. They don't have anyone in custody. They do have someone that lives in that home, which I'm sure will give them a lot more information about exactly what's happening. What we have been told is that they're going to update this this afternoon, so at that point we're expecting to hear more from the sheriff department out here on whether they are looking for anyone, whether there is any information that they need to get out to the public. But at this point, they're not releasing anything like that.

KEILAR: Jill Glavan, thank you so much for the information with our affiliate WXIN. I appreciate it.

Also, incredible video released yesterday, shows a shootout in Florida from last July and the heroics of a police officer literally in the line of fire. We do need to warn you, the video is quite graphic.

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KEILAR: Standing only feet away, detective John Saavedra who you saw right there was shot three times as he traded gunfire with the owner of the marijuana grow house. Two bullets hit him in the stomach, another hit him in the leg and there was another officer, who was killed - pardon me, another officer who killed the shooter. Saavedra was one of the officers honored today by President Obama at the top cops awards. Actually, I think that was yesterday at the White House. He was honored, one of a few dozen who was honored there at the White House.

Let's check in, as well, on some other stories that we're following this morning. A lost boa constrictor like the one that you see here has a Florida neighborhood on edge. Why? Well, the eight-foot Colombian red tail was reported missing by his owner last week. He hasn't been seen since. No one really wants to see him, as you can imagine. And the owner says that the snake whose name is Alice has eaten recently, he's probably close by. That hasn't reassured some neighbors, though. They say they'll be staying inside until that little big snake is found.

In Houston, there was a new game in town, or rather new fans of an old game. Bingo.

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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: 069.

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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: That is a good bingo.

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KEILAR: Yeah, your eyes aren't deceiving you. That is a decidedly younger crowd showing up for a game that has been long known as the favorite of the silver set. CNN affiliate KHOU reports bingo has been rising in popularity among players in their 20s who can bring their own food and beverages. So, (inaudible), I guess? Rest assured, though, they are not driving out the older players. The crowd is quiet while the numbers are called, but there are plenty of boos when someone yells out bingo

The Benghazi hearings this week were overshadowed by the Jodi Arias murder trial. So "Saturday Night Live" got a little creative with the plan to help Capitol Hill boost their ratings.

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The chair calls Ms. Jodi Arias.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I do.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: But chairman, if you ask me, I think this witness has been called today for the show preference or boosting the ratings for these hearings and getting the media to cover them.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: That is a very mean and hurtful thing for my colleague to suggest.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: When were you first made aware that our consulate was under attack?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I guess this morning.

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I see.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Is it still going on?

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Not now, no. It happened last September. But my question ...

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Who do you think did it?

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Well, we know who did it. It was Ansar al-Sharia.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Well, if you know who did it, then why are you holding these hearings?

(LAUGHTER)

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Ms. Arias, the way these hearings work, is we ask the questions and you answer them.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Oh, I'm sorry.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: That's all right. Does anyone else have a question for this witness? Anyone? OK. Well, thank you for coming.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: You bet.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Why I got you here, that story you told about your boyfriend attacking you, that was B.S. right?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Totally. He never laid a hand on me.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Yeah, that sounded fishy to me.

(LAUGHTER)

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You and the jury.

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KEILAR: Thank you for starting your morning with us. We've got much more ahead on CNN SUNDAY MORNING, which starts right now.

Good morning, everyone. I'm Brianna Keilar. It is 7:00 on the East coast, 4:00 on the West. Thanks for starting your morning with us. And we begin this morning with a CNN World Exclusive. So, let's go straight now to Cleveland and CNN national correspondent Susan Candiotti. Susan?

CANDIOTTI: Brianna, when Ariel Castro was arrested on charges of kidnapping and raping three women for over a decade in his Cleveland home, police also arrested his two brothers showing their faces to the world. In the minds of many, all three men were monsters. But last Thursday police released Pedro and Onil Castro saying neither man had anything to do with the alleged abductions and torture of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.

For the first time since their release, both men sitting down and talking exclusively with CNN's Martin Savidge about their brother and their ordeal. They're grateful the young women and 6-year-old little girl are finally free and safe, but haunted by missed clues, haunted by the media and receiving death threats for something they say they did not do.

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MARTIN SAVIDGE, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Do you worry now that people will always suspect that you actually did have a role?

ONIL CASTRO, ACCUSED KIDNAPPER'S BROTHER: Absolutely.

PEDRO CASTRO, ACCUSED KIDNAPPER'S BROTHER: Yes.

O. CASTRO: And the people out there that know me, they know that Onil Castro is not that person. Has nothing to do with that. Would never even think of something like that.

I was a very liked person, individual. I have never had any enemies. No reason for anybody to think that I would ever do something like that. It's shock to all my friends. They couldn't believe it.

P. CASTRO: I couldn't, I could never think of doing anything like that. If I knew that my brother was doing this, I would not be -- I would not -- in a minute, I would call the cops, because that ain't right. But, yes, it's going to haunt me down. Because people are going to think Pedro Castro got something to do with this. Pedro don't have nothing to do with this. If I knew, I would have reported it, brother or no brother.

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CANDIOTTI: Now, you could see much more of Martin's exclusive interview, including hearing the one strange rule they say Ariel Castro demanded the brothers follow when inside his home.

Plus, you'll also hear what they say happened when one brother confronted Ariel about the mysterious little girl who looked so much like him -- Brianna.

BRIANNA KEILAR, CNN ANCHOR: Susan Candiotti, thank you for that report from Cleveland. And be sure to tune in, as Susan said, to "STARTING POINT", 7:00 a.m. Eastern tomorrow for CNN's exclusive interview with Ariel Castro's brothers. And we are getting new details of the horrors that police say unfolded for nearly a decade there in Cleveland. We know that Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus were gagged and chained in the basement of this Cleveland home.

Now, a source tells CNN affiliate WOIO that the women spent several years in shackles underground. According to WOIO, it was only after Berry's daughter was born and she is now 6 years old, as you know, that the women were moved to separate rooms upstairs. And, of course, DNA tests now confirm accused kidnapper Ariel Castro is that girl's father.

Meantime, the source tells WOIO that Castro would stop feeding any woman who acted out or tried to escape. According to the station, it was Berry's daughter, the girl, who told the women that Castro left the house last Monday, setting the stage for her mother's daring escape.

Now, dramatic new video into CNN of police breaking down the door of Ariel Castro's home to free Michelle Knight and Gina DeJesus. We have cell phone video. This comes from CBS News. It was taken by a Cleveland woman, Jasmina Baldridge (ph). She and her friend Ashley Calone (ph), they were stopped Monday, they stopped in front of this now infamous house, when they saw squad cars and flashing lights.

The women lived nearby. They told CNN affiliate WEWS that they actually thought they were being pulled over. Instead, they were witness to one of the most dramatic hostage rescues in recent memory. Colon told WEWS that Gina DeJesus was shaking and huddled together with the other survivors. The witnesses say Amanda Berry was, quote, "crying, like she was amazed."

Coming up at 10:00 Eastern this morning, a Cleveland PR firm that specializes in crisis management is expected to issue a statement on behalf of all three kidnapping survivors. They're representing the women pro bono. The women have not spoken publicly since their rescue almost a week ago. And we'll be bringing that to you when it happens.

New this morning, police say they made an arrest in the stabbing death of an 8-year-old girl. This is a case that shocked a small northern California town. This morning, Leila Fowler's older brother is in custody accused of killing her.

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SHERIFF GARY KUNTZ, CALAVERAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA: Citizens of Calaveras County can sleep a little better tonight.

KEILAR (voice-over): Police make a dramatic and surprising announcement.

KUNTZ: Detectives arrested Leila's 12-year-old brother at the Valley Spring substation and on charges of homicide.

KEILAR: The little girl and her brother were alone in their family's northern California home when he told police that he'd seen an intruder leaving the house.

The boy called his parents who called 911. He then found his sister stabbed. She later died.

During their investigation, authorities released only a sketchy description of a suspect. The small town of Valley Springs on edge as police searched for Leila's killer. Within the past few days, her family stood together at a candlelight vigil to remember her.

KRYSTAL WALTERS, LEILA'S MOTHER: I just want to thank the entire community and all of our family and friends for the overwhelming amount of support you have given my family. It will never be forgotten.

KEILAR: Meanwhile, there are still many unanswered questions. Questions about the motive and what led police to arrest Leila Fowler's 12-year-old brother.

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KEILAR: The suspect's first court appearance has not been announced.

There is growing outrage against the IRS this weekend over how Tea Party groups were treated in the run up to the presidential election. Top IRS officials knew as far back as 2011 that agents were singling out these nonprofit conservative groups and making it harder for them to get tax exempt status. That's all in a new Treasury Department report that we are expecting to come out this week.

CNN Athena Jones joining us live from Washington.

And, Athena, officials are now looking to see if the IRS actually broke the rules by playing politics.

ATHENA JONES, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Good morning, Brianna.

This is something that, of course, has a lot of people upset. The American Civil Liberties Union says that even the appearance of playing partisan politics with the tax code is as constitutionally troubling as it gets. And that is what the IRS is accused of doing.

I spoke with an official of the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, that's the agency that's handling this review. They say they're doing this audit at the request of Congress to look into the agency's operations and programs and procedures and make recommendations.

This is something the White House says they support. Spokesman Jay Carney told reporters this on Friday and he released another statement yesterday saying that "if the inspector general find that there were any rules broken or that the conduct of government officials did not meet the standards required of them, the president expects that swift and appropriate steps will be taken to address any misconduct."

So, this is something that a lot of people are watching here, Brianna. KEILAR: And, Athena, when we hear them talking about extra scrutiny, as we heard it called for these Tea Party groups, we understand some folks in the IRS maybe looked at the fact that there was "Tea Party" in their name or there is "patriot" in their name, and then sort of flagged them to go through this extra scrutiny. What kind of hoops have they had to jump through?

JONES: Well, interesting you mentioned "Tea Party" and "patriot" being two of the key word. I spoke with the co-founder of an organization called the Tea Party Patriots. It's one of the nation's biggest Tea Party organizations. She described what the IRS demanded to know about their Facebook page.

Let's listen to Jenny Beth Martin.

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JENNY BETH MARTIN, CO-FOUNDER, TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: They came back wanting every single Facebook post, every comment on Facebook. We have a million fans now on Facebook, going through and finding comments in every single post on Facebook, hours and hours of work and massive amounts of paper. And the fact that the IRS was doing this, it's absolutely disgusting. It's an abuse of power.

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JONES: So, that's just one example of some of the kinds of things groups were asked to do. To answer a series of questions, provide information about membership, the people who were members of the group, even their private activities. So, this is something that has outraged a lot of people. Members of Congress want even more investigation done on this.

And one political point that may be lost in this, it's quite interesting, is that during all of this, while this was unfolding, the IRS commissioner at the time was actually a Bush administration appointee. He appeared before Congress in March of last year saying that the IRS had not targeted these groups.

So, interesting political angles on this. We're going to continue to find out more about this and, of course, look for this report to come out this week, Brianna.

KEILAR: Yes. Maybe find out who is personally responsible for this.

Athena Jones, thank you for this report.

JONES: Thanks.

KEILAR: Coming up, if you were a fan of "The Great Gatsby". You can own a piece of the lavish remake. We'll tell you how.

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KEILAR: A three-day hostage standoff in Trenton, New Jersey, is now over. Police say they have taken the suspect into custody and that the three kids that he held with him are now safe.

Reporter Syma Chowdhry with our affiliate KYW is in Trenton. She's joining us I believe on the phone.

Syma, can you tell us what you saw there on the ground?

SYMA CHOWDHRY, KYW REPORTER (via telephone): Well, shortly before 4:00 a.m., a gunshot was heard and someone was taken out on a stretcher and put in an ambulance. Police are not commenting on that. We did ask them. But they did tell us the three hostages are safe and the suspect is in custody.

Now, this started more than 36 hours ago. The standoff started when police received the phone call requesting the check on the welfare of those in the apartment. Well, upon arrival, police found a woman dead, possibly for days. They learned a woman's child around the age of 13 was also dead.

Now, police say the man at the apartment was armed and when he brandished the weapon, they pulled back starting the police standoff.

Now, in the past 36 hours, police have not said much to the media, nor have they said much to their victims' family members. A lot of family were on the scene and they didn't get a lot of answers and neighbors were wondering what was going on, as well. For precautionary measures, police did evacuate nearby homes. So, a lot of people were frustrated over the past 36 hours.

But starting around 10:00 a.m., police will hold a press conference and we expect to get more details then. That's the very latest in Trenton.

KEILAR: So, obviously, Syma, we're wondering if the person who came out on the stretcher from the -- presumably after hearing that shot fired were sort of waiting to hear if that's the suspect. Is that really the question?

CHOWDHRY: That is really the question and we're also waiting to hear more details about the suspect, in particular. We don't have a name officially from police. We don't have many details. We don't even know the relationship, although neighbors have told me that the woman who was found dead may have been his girlfriend or his wife. And neighbors are also telling me that the children in the house were hers, not his.

But, again, this is not confirmed information from police. This is what neighbors and family members were telling me. Again, at 10:00 a.m., police will have a press conference and we'll get more details then. KEILAR: All right. And we'll be following it along with you. Syma Chowdhry from our affiliate there, following that story in Trenton, thank you for that.

And we'll be right back after a quick break.

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KEILAR: A good morning here in Atlanta and a happy Mother's Day to my mother, as well as all you wonderful mothers out there.

You're taking a live look at the downtown skyline, all around CNN world headquarters in Atlanta. See that sun just creeping up there. We are looking at a high of 70 degrees here with a lot of sun. Beautiful day for mom.

And if you are headed to the movies for Mother's Day, "The Great Gatsby" is back on the big screen. It's supposed to do pretty well, but not well enough to knock off one of this year's box office kings, "Iron Man 3", according to boxoffice.com.

The super hero triple is expected to take in $70 million this weekend. That's more than $800 million worldwide since it premiered May 3rd. "The Great Gatsby" is only expected to gross about $52 million. And Tyler Perry's new film "Peeples" bombed, coming in fifth place with just $4 million.

"The Great Gatsby" is a classic story of the American dream, relationships and everything that can go wrong. In 1974, it starred Robert Redford. Now, it's Leonardo DiCaprio in the leading role.

But as CNN entertainment correspondent Nischelle Turner reports, he's not the only star.

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NISCHELLE TURNER, CNN ENTERTAINMENT CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): The '20s are roaring. Diamonds and over the top parties.

Gatsby is in the house.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: And action.

TURNER: As director Baz Luhrmann's decadent 3D spin on F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" hits theaters --

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I live in all the capitals of Europe collecting jewels, hunting big game, painting --

TURNER: -- Catherine Martin, the film's costume and the director's wife, brought the era to life on screen --

CATHERINE MARTIN, PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Baz is a visualist. He's incredibly concerned as a director. As to how things look because he sees that the visual s are actually part of the storytelling process.

TURNER: -- off screen and on the streets, the movie's fueling a fashion renaissance.

LINDA BUCKLEY, TIFFANY & CO.: The collection was inspired by "The Great Gatsby".

TURNER: Tiffany & Company is one of the retailers offering fans a piece of the film, for a price.

BUCKLEY: Sterling silver locket is a piece of that collection. This is $850.

TURNER: Brooks Brothers re-created the jazz age for customers after working on Gatsby with Martin.

MARTIN: The green sweater has been incredibly successful and I think nearly sold out.

TURNER: And if the fashion isn't enough, enthusiasts can eat, breathe and live the film for $2,795 a night at the legendary Plaza Hotel's Fitzgerald suite in New York.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: It comes with imperial Gatsby cocktails, a bottle of Millet champagne, breakfast for two.

TURNER: Or bring it home.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Someone is inspired by the suite and wants to re-create a bit of Gatsby Fitzgerald Plaza in the '20s feeling in their home, they will be able to do that. Restoration Hardware has provided all the furniture, the bed linen.

TURNER: The movie's star Leonardo DiCaprio points out the original novel presents criticisms of materialism.

LEONARDO DICAPRIO, ACTOR, "JAY GATSBY": In a lot of ways, Fitzgerald was talking about the decadence and great wealth and waste of this time period in the 1920s.

He just wants to run away.

And in a way what made this novel so famous, he predicted the great crash of the late '20s, early '30s.

TURNER: But for now, Gatsby mania is here to stay.

MARTIN: You need to know when enough is enough. Also, there is no sin in having a little fun, either. A little party never killed nobody.

DICAPRIO: Gatsby.

TURNER: Nischelle turner, CNN, Hollywood.

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KEILAR: Britain's Prince Harry taking part in a special event in Colorado. We'll tell you why he's there, next. But, first, let's check in with Dr. Sanjay Gupta for a look at what's coming up on "SANJAY GUPTA, M.D." at the bottom of the hour.

Good morning, Sanjay.

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DR. SANJAY GUPTA, CNN CHIEF MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT: Brianna, this morning, I'm going to speak with a woman who was kidnapped and held prisoner when she was just 13 years old. She's got some advice for the three women who were freed from captivity this week in Cleveland.

Also, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, he revealed he underwent an operation to lose weight. I'm going to explain what was involved in that surgery.

And "Biggest Loser" Bob Harper, he's going to swing by with his three- week plan for super-charged weight loss.

We got all that and much more as well coming your way 7:30 Eastern.

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KEILAR: So, watch really carefully here. You're going to see a red -- see that red streak just shot by? Yes, that is a helicopter crash landing on a busy Honolulu street last week.

Here's what's amazing. No one was seriously injured. In fact, the pilot is being hailed as a hero for safely landing what was a powerless chopper.

FAA investigators are taking a closer look at the damaged helicopter.

And Prince Harry continues his tour of the U.S. in Colorado Springs today. He'll watch the Warrior Games cycling competition from the Air Force training academy. He's looking pretty cute today, isn't he? After taking part in the opening ceremony there yesterday.

The Warrior Games is an annual sporting competition for veterans who have been injured in combat. Harry finished his latest tour of duty in Afghanistan in January.

All right, guys, we've got some good news, we've got some bad news. The bad news, no one won the big Powerball jackpot last night and the good news is that the new jackpot is at $350 million, which is a $222.8 million cash prize. It's actually the third largest Powerball prize ever. Time to buy your tickets, right?

And it looks like a sunny Mother's Day for most of the U.S. Let's ask meteorologist Karen Maginnis how long this is going to stick around.

So, Karen, it seems like most people are getting nice weather. Most moms. Some maybe not. KAREN MAGINNIS, AMS METEOROLOGIST: We have entered a fairly quiet period, but, as you know, there are always a little hiccup and we start the morning out in New York and Boston. Maybe a few little showers here and there and it will move out.

Temperatures are warming up fairly nicely. It will be in the 60s. Sixty-eight degrees expected for New York.

And showers will move through, as I mention, fairly early. So, you get kind of that dreary overcast look as you start the day out. Denver, 77, and Seattle, 66. I point out Seattle because the winter was horrible, gray, overcast. The typical things you think about Seattle. That's how it was, but, exceptionally so.

And temperatures yesterday 80 degrees, the day before it was 84 degrees. Those were record high temperatures.

Well, we move back to the east, area of low pressure moves away, moves across southern Canada. Takes that cold front along with it.

On the back side of this, it's going to start to fill in. So, that cold air, exceptionally cold for this time of year. It's going to filter in, not just across the northern tier, but also into the Great Lakes and down through the Tennessee valley. So, you'll wonder where is May with all the cold air.

In the meantime, for places like the northwest, those temperatures are going to be cooling off. So, in the meantime, a freeze threat. Hard freeze, frost and freeze warning advisories out all the way from Green Bay to Des Moines, Chicago, Detroit, down to Nashville and into the Hudson Valley. Watch out as those temperatures only in the 20s and 30s.

Little more specifically for Monday morning. Chicago, starts out with 41. Columbus, Ohio, at 38 degrees. And Charleston, West Virginia, temperatures there only in the 30s.

So, if you've got tender plants, make sure they're protected. And Syracuse, 39, and Erie is looking at 38 degrees. But yesterday in Burbank, the temperatures soared to 96 degrees. Seattle was 80. But in the Central Plains, you'll see mid-90s by Monday and Tuesday.

Brianna, have a great weekend.

KEILAR: Actually, I enjoy the 90s. It's nice and steamy.

MAGINNIS: Well, you spent time in Washington. So you know it can be dreary.

KEILAR: Yes, definitely, definitely dreary.

So, Karen Maginnis, thank you for that.

Happy Mother's Day weather to everyone out there.

And I'll see you back at the top of the hour, 8:00 Eastern. First, though, escape from captivity in Cleveland. How we can all help protect children from predators. "SANJAY GUPTA, M.D." starts right now.