June 30th, 2014
06:00 AM ET
Photo of the Day: 'Hello from Brazil'
June 30th, 2014
04:35 AM ET

Photo of the Day: 'Hello from Brazil'

In today's photo of the day, we see the awesome bird's-eye view of Brazil from CNN's Chris Cuomo. 

"Hello from Brazil," he shared.

Catch Chris on "New Day" at 6am ET as he anchors from the country to cover the World Cup.




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Five Things to Know for Your New Day – Monday, June 30
Police say Cooper's mother also did a search on hot-car deaths before he died after being left in his father's SUV.
June 30th, 2014
12:06 AM ET

Five Things to Know for Your New Day – Monday, June 30

Obama wants $2 billion to deal with a border crisis. The VA may be getting a new CEO. And in Iraq, the challenges pile on.

It's Monday, and here are the “5 Things to Know for Your New Day."


June 27th, 2014
01:13 PM ET

Isaiah Austin Shares His Plans for the Future

Four days before Baylor University basketball star Isaiah Austin hoped to be drafted into the NBA, his dreams of playing in the pros were extinguished by a rare genetic disease called Marfan syndrome.

But Thursday night, the NBA honored him with an honorary pick during the 2014 draft.

On "New Day" Friday, Austin said he knew Commissioner Adam Silver was going to honor him, but he didn't know he'd be a draft pick.

"It was really unbelievable," Austin said.

Marfan syndrome is caused by a genetic mutation that leaves connective tissue in the body weak, according to the National Institutes of Health.

The defective gene can also cause excessive growth of longer bones in the body, although it's not clear why this happens.

While others might be defeated by a diagnosis like this, Austin said he is hopeful for the future.

He will not only spread awareness  about the illness as a spokesman for the Marfan foundation, Austin said he's already been offered jobs by Silver and with Baylor University.

“Life for me is not over, it’s just beginning,” he said.


Former Baylor star Isaiah Austin stops by "New Day."

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