PRESIDENT OBAMA CONDEMNS ATTACK THAT KILLED U.S. AMBASSADOR IN LIBYA
In just minutes, President Obama will address the attack on a U.S. consulate in eastern Libya yesterday that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three American members of his staff. "I strongly condemn the outrageous attack on our diplomatic facility in Benghazi," Obama said in a statement. The four Americans, he said, "exemplified America's commitment to freedom, justice, and partnership with nations and people around the globe." Stevens is the first U.S. ambassador to be killed in an attack since 1979. We're awaiting the names of the others killed in the attack. We'll be following developments and take the President's address live on Sunrise as soon as it happens.
RECYCLE DISCOUNTS & WAIKIKI STREET PERFORMERS
Honolulu City Council will take up two issues today. First, the rights of Waikiki street performers who claim they're unfairly being arrested. A City ordinance forbids street performers from naming a price. Police say they'll continue to arrest any of the vendors who accept money for their work. Council will also consider doing away with a City subsidy aimed at encouraging private companies and non-profits to recycle.
Apple is expected to announce its new iPhone today. The buzz is that it will have a larger screen, a smaller connector and a faster processor.
PAKISTAN FATAL FIRE
We're also following another breaking international story. 289 people killed in a garment factory in Pakistan. It's one of two deadly fires in the country overnight.
HEALTHCARE PLAIN AND SIMPLE
Plus, it's one of the most complicated, but critical choices to make. The best healthcare for you and your family. We'll kick off a new segment called "Healthcare Plain and Simple" this morning at 6:10.
Sunrise will have the latest on these stories and more starting at 4:30 on KGMB.
See you then,