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>> good morning everyone. i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather childers. you are watching "fox & friends first". time for the 5@5:00. several new developments in north korea overnight. recalling workers at a factory jointly run with south korea. this as the south korean leaders say he misspoke when he said there's an indication north korea is preparing for a fourth
nuke labor test. he said there's an increase at the nuclear test site. he previously said the north completed preparations for a nuclear test at two under ground tunnels. one of the tunnels was used for a nuclear test back in february. >> secretary of state john kerry arriving in jerusalem later this morning. he took part in a wreath laying ceremony he will meet benjamin netanyahu to arrive at peace. he met with turkey's prime minister and met privately with mahmoud abbas. >> we would like to talk about support critical to the process. we would like to see this
relationship get back on track. >> he has not publicly outline add new plan. an illinois family remembering their adventurous daughter a young diplomat killed in afghanistan. 25-year-old was a press officer at the u.s. embassy in kabul. she was on the way to school saturday when her car was attacked by a car bomb. her family says she volunteered to make other's lives better. >> it was her passion she made a difference doing it. you can't regret that at all. she really did a great job. she is one of the many people that advanced the cause. for that we are forrive grateful. >> 25 years old. two weeks ago she served as a
guide for secretary of state john kerry. he remembers her as vivacious and smart. >> a rescue mission for those trapped under ground. they are 20 feet below a house that was under construction and collapsed. >> they said the dad was in the trench. they were trying to help their 8-year-old cousin they fell in. they got stuck and the dirt caved in on them. they used shovels and gear to get to the children officials say now it's too late. >> a surprise end to go the academy of country music awards. the show's co host pulled off an amazing upset. >> and the academy of country music entertainer of the year is luke bryant.
>> looking pretty good there, too. an emotional bryant he broke down in tears. he is the first male winner of the fan voted award since 2007. i don't know what to say, guys. this is the defining moment of my life. >> the night belonged to miranda lambert. >> i love her. she won her 4th straight female vocalist award. she picked up three trophies for "over you." >> i used to think i was a decent song writer until i started hanging around with her. thank you so much baby. i love you.
>> the song is in memory of shelton's late brother. >> a push for answers about the terror attack in benghazi, libya last year. it led to the deaths of four americans including ambassador chris 1250stevens. we have the latest from washington. >> according to this letter they are urging congress about a special committee passed a single mission to investigate the benghazi terrorist attack. the letter includes 16 questions ranging from what warnings were given to the state department security was unravelling on the ground al qaeda and militias in libya during the months of the attack to the decision making by president obama president clinton and defense department on the nice of september 11th.
ever i have fort will be made to respond when u.s. personnel are threat threatened threatened. it supported house resolution 36 gantderred more than 70 signatures. they were already running their own investigation said pulling their findings together should be enough. >> i have no problem with continuing to get the facts and data but only for finding out what happened. >> the obama administration insisted it is fully cooperating with congress as they investigate the attack that left
four dead including the u.s. ambassador. >> some bracing for tornadoes others could see snow today. >> maria molina is tracking all of the storms. >> we are tracking our first major spring storm system of the season that will be impacting every single state in the lower 48. as had he head into friday we will see areas of rain west. a massive storm system impacting the country through out this week. we are start to go see areas of rain well to the east of the center of the storm system across parts of minneapolis and wisconsin, illinois, chicago, you will be dealing with some of these rainstorms later on this morning. you will need the umbrella. you could count on travel delays as you head out to the door.
winter storm warnings in effect through the rockies into mont a montana. winter storm watches in effect and blizzard warnings. it could exceed many of you out here underneath warnings but strong winds gusting up to 40 miles per hour or even greater amounts at times. so very strong winds across the rockies that there be as well. to the east of the system we have strong air we have damaging wind gusts and large hail. heather patti ann behind this system will be colder in denver. today in the 60s, 20 degrees the high temperature with possibly a foot of snow. people in the east heyed of this system very happy 70 will be the high temperature today in new york city. >> they are the lucky ones i guess. maria molina thank you. >> now to stories you can bank on this morning. if you are prepare to go get in your car and head to work we have new information about traffic you might be interested in. adam shapiro joins us with the
details. >> good morning to you, patti ann. we know who has the worst traffic in the country, or actually north america. >> los angeles is number one. it is a firm that makes gps devices. vancouver up in canada number 2. number 3, honolulu of all cities. honolulu, hawaii. of course san francisco, seattle. you know who is missing from the top 10? new york city. i would have figured after sitting on the expressway in the cow cowan nis it would be there. >> i have my personal limo to the number 6 train. >> marijuana now legal in a couple of states. the legal marijuana business a $1.25 billion industry. >> the illegal marijuana business about 18 billion a
year. they are investors who want legalization of marijuana. of the 16 states with legal medical marijuana or legal marijuana by 2017 will make recreational use of marijuana legal. they are getting ready. they are not investing in dispense res or farms. the federal government does not recognize medical marijuana as being legal. if you put money into a disp dispenitentiadis -- dispense ry you may lose your money. >> investors jumping on board. adam shapiro fox business network. thank you very much. now it is time to brew on this. here's what we would like you to brew on today.
so much for flying the friendly skies. complaints to airlines sky rocketed 20 percent last year. one reason they keep shrinking the size of the seat, stuffing more people on the plane. carriers even looking at making t them smaller. getting bumped because the flight is over look booked. we want to know what are your airline horror stories. send us your comments tweet them to us at fox friends first or shoot us an e-mail to email@example.com. let us know for sure. >> the time is 11 after the top of the hour. for the first time in years president obama is presenting a budget but he is presenting it a little late. we will have a preview of that coming right up. plus we want to say he is under fire for not firing the rutger's
basketball coach for these practice videos. but now the rutger's president is ready to face the public. plus a look at kelly clarkson's performance at last night's academy of country music awards. ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it.
>> president obama releases the much anticipated 2014 budget on wednesday. a preview has been listed. touted as a 3 trillion lol ar deficit reduction plan. it reveals something much different. kelly wright has more details. >> the white house warns there will be things that will not be liked republicans or democrats: president obama acknowledges it is not an ideal plan but he says it is a fiscally responsible blue print.
>> i have already signed 2.4 trillion deficit into law. it will not harm recovery. it surpasses the goal of 4 trillion of deficit reduction which many believe will stabilize our finances. >> republicans are not enthused overall the prepare po-- propos falls short on cutting spending on entitlements. will will there are nuggets which are optimistic but we are beginning to set the stage for the grand bargain. >> the approach of republicans is my way or the highway. their view is the only way to a plan is turn medicare into adoption program and enkt the romney economic plan. american people have rejected that and americans should be doubling down on that. >> democrats criticize the plans
in terms of his proposal to cut social security. the white house wants to find a deal that can jump start the economy plus reduce the nation's deficit. both parties want to do the same thing. they have the same goal in mind. there are still major sticking points to look for the possibility down the road. >> meeting with the 12 senators on wednesday night after he presents his budget. we will see what happens. thank you, kelly. the time right now 19 after the hour. next on the rundown there is a dangerous new health scare. we have dai about the new strain of bird flu. >> ice skates and a snow globe. which one of these things can you take on your carry on luggage when you fly? the answer may surprise you. stay tuned. i'm phyllis, and i have diabetic nerve pain.
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>> a man who spent two-years in prison claiming to have a bomb and taking several hostages in 2007 at a hillary clinton presidential campaign office sont run this morning. he walked away from a halfway house in new hampshire yesterday. it is not the first time he escaped custody. he cut off his ankle monitoring device and eluded police for nearly 12-hours. lilly pull litpul lit zer began making dresses around 1960. lilly pulitzer was 81. >> the tsasy allowing small
knives in carry on luggage. that's not the only surprising possibly dangerous items you are allowed to carry on. claire newal is here to explain all of this for us. it is particularly or not as the summer travel system seats up. >> it is all taking effect in a couple weeks from now on april the 25th. i claim on flights getting here the flight attendants are worried and nervous about it. >> let's begin with you can't take an ice pick in case you were wondering about it. you can take ice skates. although the blade can be dangerous even though it has the toe pick you have to make sure they are covered but you can actually carry them on board. the airline itself may say you have to put them in the storage bin or under the seat in front of you. they may take them away. you have to make sure the airline allows them on board.
>> number 2 on the list no to full sized or baseball cricket bats but yes to novelty bats, hockey sticks, lacrosse sticks, pul cues and golf clubs. it looked like a speer, people. it has to be the right length. tsa d tsa.gov. make sure the airline allows it in the bins or the seat in front of you. >> check with the airline. no gel candles and no ice packs but yes to snow globes. >> yes to snow globes. make sure it goes into the zip clob clear bag. one exception if for medical reasons if you need one find a medical doctor going through the screening they will allow it on if you have an operation or
injury. no unauthorized wildlife. you can take snakes on a plane? >> tiran actual laws as long as they are packaged tsa guidelines they could end up in a cabin beside you. >> it is crazy. >> that is crazy. people travel all sorts of pets these days. one thing to remember this is all happening april the 25th. if you are really worried about what to bring you can have a downloadable ap on the phone. it's my tsa. you can type in anything you may want to bring it will tell you yes, no. very user friendly. if you don't have this you can go to tsa.gov. >> great information. very interesting. thank you. the time is 26 after the top of the hour.
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>> good morning. welcome to fox and friends first. i am heather childers. >> i am patti ann browne. time for the top 5@5:30. we are hearing from one of the hikers lost in the wilderness. the 19-year-old offers his account of the ordeal that nearly cost him and 18-year-old kind dell jacks their lives. >> i was unconscious for about a day i believe so. i was really dehydrated. i had to handle the last pbit o water. i her her s-- remember her sayi don't close your eyes don't close your eyes. i sucked juices out of the plants. anything i could do to survive.
that was meant by god we weren't meant to die. >> after being treated for dehydration and neck trauma he says he can't wait to see kendall again. >> rocks fly hitting an amtrak train causing it to de rail. it knocked the dining car and two coach cars right off the tracks. >> got really rough and i had my back foot out in front of me and coffee bounced off and landed on the floor. >> mud slide hit the ground in front of us that went that way the other car went the other way. it skimmed along and stopped. >> the good news none of the nearly 100 people on board were hurt. >> taxpayers are outraged ore this sustainless steel bus stop with a million dollar price tag. the super stop in arlington, virginia both heated concrete floor and digital display board shows when the next bus will
arrive but it doesn't do inmucho keep commuters warm or dry. a backlash on plans to build 23 more just like it. >> doctors in the u.s. being warned about a new strain of the deadly bird blue virus. so far 6 people died of the disease in eastern china. more cases are being reported. most have been shut down. they are screening people for the flu at airports. there are no cases reported in the u.s. >> you are looking at the new wwe he beat duane the rock johnson at wrestle mania 29. the super bowl of wrestling. over 80,000 fans flocked to the event. it fae toured 10 different matches. fans say it was a once in a lifetime experience. >> the atmosphere the people the energy the screaming the yelling
it's all so much fun. it is everything i thought it would be. >> not just the popular live event. it is expected to break pay per view records. that is your 5@5:30. >> know you are a big wwe fan patti ann. >> not so much. >> the terror attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi libya. it led to the the death of four including chris stevens. sent an open letter to law americas. peter doocy is live with details. >> there's a group called special operation beat it has signatures from over 700 retired special operators on the brand new letter calling for congress to put together a special committee that would investigate the september 11th terrorist attack on the u.s. conflict the benghazi libya that left four
americans dead. they wrote in the letter we know from first hand experience from planning and executing missions and responding to terror attacks there are numerous serious conditions left seriously unanswered they do their duty and put together a committee with the power to put together a committee why it has been confiscated from the president and dominions. both sides of the aisle promised to do a report that provide some answers about the breakdown in intelligence and security that led to the attack. >> we need this to be a faculty based approach and we are finding there are anomalies that have to be addressed. >> what we need to do is bring closure to it. you have to find out how it happened, why it happened and make sure it didn't happen again. >> those law americas say they are on it.
house committee chairman said we should expect their report in weeks not months. the white house said repeatedly they are cooperati investigators. peter doocy reporting to us from washington. >> time to take a look at who is talking. we turn our focus oh north korea. a south korean leader says he misspoke when he said there's an indication north korea is repairing for a 4th nuclear test. there is an increased in activity at the test site. madeleine albright was on face the nation yesterday. >> i think primarily this is about trying to establish his position internally. a lot of this is domestically motivated. i think we have to see it from a
domestic program. the nuclear programs and technology is their own cash flow. he is exercising that and i think there's also the other level of the north south issue which has been an issue since 1/950 and international aspect of it in terms of how he is making frankly ridiculous statements in order to get everybody exercised about it. >> u.s. secretary moon is warning this morning that any further nuclear tests by north korea would be a violation of the u.n. security council resolution. we are following an extreme weather alert. parts of the country bracing for possible tornadoes while others could see snow today. >> it is crazy maria molina tracking the storms for us. >> good morning everyone. we are talking extreme weather through out this workweek.
we are seeing almost every single state in the lower 48 either seeing rain or snow or strong winds from the storm system. another extreme thing it is doing is producing mild temperatures ahead of it. new york city the high temperature will reach 70 degrees. you will be shy of 80 degrees tomorrow in new york city. 78 degrees for the high temperature in raleigh north carolina. today you will get up into the upper 60s. by tomorrow that high temperature could be 20 degrees. an extremely powerful storm system that will be bringing in the threat of severe storms. in illinois and aroy. we will have an eye on that.
>> april 8th it is? >> crazy. ryan rocked the academy awards in las vegas. ♪ >> voted him entertainer of the year. miranda lambert took home the most of anybody. >> kim kardashian revealing her baby bunch. the 32-year-old posed in a pair of black white legings and a white t-shirt. she has her shirt down in one in the other decide to do roll it up so you could see her pregnant belly if you wanted to.
brought in $26 million. gi joe retaliation with 21 million. jurassic park 3-d came in with 8.2 million. now your starting lineup. top four stories a new national champion will be crowned tonight overall number one seat louisville taking on michigan in the ncaa men's basketball finals. the cardinals over came a 1230i7b9 deficit to get to the championship game. the wolverines held off syracuse. game time set for 9:23. jimmy johnson continued dominance at martinville speedway for the 8th time in his career. it was his second victory of the season putting him in first place of the sprint cup standings. will joe flacco be as great on the camera as he was on the
field. he signed on to play johnny unitetis in a movie out later this year. still to come they broke the law served the time should they get free healthcare? we report you decide. >> a wild ride. some drivers taking the need for speed to a whole new level. so...how'd it go? well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking. you've mastered monkey-style kung fu? no. priceline is different now. you don't even have to bid. master hahn taught you all that? oh, and he says to say (translated from cantonese) "you still owe him five bucks." your accent needs a little work.
they were trying to be the first crew to row to miami. >> a toxic water leak took place at a nuclear power plant. it's the second leak in just the past few days. the company ma images the plant says toxic water did not get into the water supply but people remain concerned. pope francis taking time to pay tribute to pope john paul ii. he named it for the former pope. >> officially installing pope francis as bishop of roam. >> an illinois family is in mourning over the loss of their daughter a young diplomat killed in afghanistan. the family says she wanted to work in the dangerous country and ended up giving her life to help others.
>> the folks who want to kill people that's all they want to do are scared of knowledge. >> he was realing against the terrorists responsible for killing 5 americans with a single explosion. they targeted the convoy on saturday leveling it with an ed. a state department diplomat from illinois is among those killed. the health secretary carried two weeks ago during a visit to kabul serving as a personal guide. >> i remember her vivacious, smart, capable. chosen often byam ambassador being the lead person because of her capacity. >> secretary keri delivering the sad news to the young women's family. >> he personally informed us of ann's death through the suicide attack and the con stloirp in. >> in the home town american flags pay tribute. >> no man is an island. she was important to everybody
who lives here and she will be missed to lose somebody. touches everybody. >> the attack killed three u.s. service members a civilian who worked for the department and an afghan doctor giving help to those at a nearby school. the state department work was always a great adventure. >> the key thing is she was doing what she loved and doing something which really made a difference and a really positive difference. >> the time now 47 after the hour. still ahead why those energy drinks you might use to stay awake could have deadly connection with red meat. >> can you say wild thing? two deers throwing hooves at each other. >> speaking of wild things let's check in with steve doocy to see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> good morning to you ladies coming up on fox and friends 12 minutes from now the mother of a state department official in the
benghazi terror attacks says the obama administration is trying to keep her quiet. then weighing in on the monthly jobs report. it was a stinker. nicki fitness is here with ways to work out in the office. anna kooiman is live with gut busters to see what it takes to stand up to april showers when it comes to an umbrella. fox and friends kicks off 11 minutes from now on your channel for news. 1942. [ all ] fort benning, georgia, in 1999. [ male announcer ] usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve the military, veterans, and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto-insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve.
solidarity to the palestinian people to erase people from cyberspace. it was part of the annual holocaust remembrance day. bad news if you left state or energy drinks. they can both be bad for your heart. both contain compoundses to help with fatty acids. it can chicken the walls of arteries increasing the risk of heart disease. >> newly screened prisoners traditionally walk away with the ben ten ry of a bus ticket. many will be eligible to something else. medicaid healthcare. it will be required for low income adults including ex-cons
on parole or probation that's kierd to go state lines that has ex-cons with jobs make too much money could also qualify for federal tax credit to purchase health insurance through the state exchanges. like everyone else they will be required to have health insurance of some kind starting next january. the expansion is considered significant because this population is generally in worse health than the overall population with hire rates of chronic infectious disease addiction and mental illness. it should help reduce high mo mortality rate. it should give them better prospects tin the outside world and bring down chances of reoffending. they add they should make the care available but also help enroll in medicaid and link them to healthcare providers before they walk through the prison gates. the big question is how much about it cost and will it be
wor worth it. new york, california will find out. they already have programs aimed at connecting outgoing priz negotiates are medicaid. we will keep an eye on them. >> it is 6 minutes to the top of the hour. it's your last chance to answer our question of the day. earlier we told you about a new report showing complaints about airlines. we want to know if you have an airline her roor roar story. a dad shows her how to break it down. ♪ :
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benghazi terror attack. they sent an open letter to congress asking for a special committee to lead an investigation. >> the president of rutgers holding a town meeting today to address a basketball scandal on campus. this after video surfaced showing former coach mike rice abusing players. louisville takes on michigan in the ncaa basketball finals. that game starts at 9:23. >> time for the good, the bad, and the ugly. first the good. a dad showing off his dance moves for his daughters. breaks it all down in the stands, grabbing the attention the entire ballpark, and his little girl trying to be like dad, imitating his moves. i'm a little concerned there. >> next the bad. two deer battling it out on their hind legs, this happening in south dakota. wildlife experts say when deer don't have antlers they use their razor-sharp
hoofs to fight instead and then run away. finally the ugly, drivers caught speeding in the country of georgia -- in the country of georgia, let's specify. the amateur stunt drivers posted it on-line hoping to turn it into a hollywood career. the city of georgia -- not georgia the state. >> time for your brew on question of the day responses. we told you about a report that says airline complaints skyrocketed. they're up 20%. we wanted to hear your airline horror stories. here are responses. gene says his worst flight was supposed to be three and a half hours with one stop. it became a 19 1/2 hour flight with 3 stops. spoil -- >> bill writes i was traveling with my wife and three young children.
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