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April 11th, 2014
09:51 AM ET

Breaking News: Kate Bolduan Is Pregnant!

What great news – Kate Bolduan is pregnant!

“My husband and I are expecting our first child,” Bolduan shared on "New Day" Friday.

Bolduan and her husband, Michael Gershenson, a managing director in real estate at The Carlyle Group, have been married since 2010.

The baby is due in October.

“We finally are at a place where we are very excited to share the news with everybody,” Bolduan added.

Our co-anchor Chris Cuomo might be just as thrilled at the news as Bolduan.

He replied saying: “Uncle ‘Mo is ready to go. This is going to be great.”

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April 8th, 2014
06:19 AM ET

"New Day" Photo of the Day

As he watches men fish by the water in Hong Kong,  CNN writer Jethro Mullen shares this photo and writes “Low clouds and high hopes.”

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April 7th, 2014
05:27 AM ET

"New Day" Photo of the Day

After weeks of searching vast swaths of ocean, investigators now have their "most promising" lead yet in finding Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

A pinger locator in the Indian Ocean has detected signals consistent with those emitted by a flight data recorder and a cockpit voice recorder, the head of the Australian agency coordinating search operations said Monday.

The sounds were heard at a depth of 4,500 meters (about 14,800 feet), retired Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston said.

We have multiple reporters and correspondents covering this story and our photo of the day comes from Pamela Boykoff,  Sr. Producer at CNN in Hong Kong. She writes: "Spectacular sky this morning over Kuala Lumpur."

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November 21st, 2013
10:04 AM ET

Possible Iran Nuclear Program Deal Could Be Close

As fellow American officials met with allied and Iranian counterparts in Geneva, Switzerland, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday that all sides are closer than they've been in a long time on a nuclear deal. But they stressed it hasn't been reached yet.

"It's important to exhaust the remedies and possibilities of diplomacy," Kerry said from Washington. "We have the best chance we've had in a decade, we believe, to halt progress and roll back Iran's program."

The prospect of an agreement that could roll back some punitive measures against Iran in exchange for measures assuring that the Middle Eastern country isn't developing a nuclear weapon has met significant resistance. Some in Congress have voiced opposition, saying leaders in Tehran cannot be trusted. It's a sentiment echoed by Israel leaders, who insist Iran's program should be entirely dismantled, reports CNN's Jim Sciutto.

"In Moscow, lobbying Russia to force a tougher deal, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cited the ongoing destruction of Syria's chemical weapons as a model. This sharp disagreement over Iran is causing deeper tension in the broader US-Israeli relationship,"  Sciutto says.

"Still, despite the split, administration officials maintain the two countries are on the same page when it comes to the final outcome."

Samantha Power, United States Ambassador to the United Nations, says negotiating with Iran is an important first step to establish trust "so as to obtain a more intrusive inspections regime." (SEE VIDEO BELOW)

"They have their own issues with us after decades of not having a relationship and so forth,” Powers says.

“They want to know we can also deliver on the back end of the deal. So we feel like we're getting a very good deal here, if we can secure this, which is to offer very modest, temporary and very reversible relief, in exchange for being able to see whether they're prepared to take that first step.”

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