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>> good morning everyone. i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather childers. >> it is april 24th, thank you very much for watching "fox & friends first". >> this morning we have brand new photos of the gun battle that broke out between police and the boston bombers leaving one brother dead. it is believed to be a pressure cooker bomb. it is taking tamerlan stsarnaev down. he bought two mortar kits at a
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store. that store is in the same chain that sold time square bomers the what he need to do make his bomb. molly has the latest for us. >> good morning path at thti an heather. he has been upgraded initially listed in serious condition, now he is listed in fair condition. and we are getting some new information about who authorities would like to speak with in the coming days and weeks federal authorities asking to inted view the famili-- inte family members. american investigators traveled to russia yesterday to question the father of the brothers. u.s. em pass see officials told the associated press. here at home fbi officials are questioning the wife of tamerlan a 24-year-old who grew up in rhode island and converted to
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islam. the two have a daughter together. the lawyers representing her say she knew nothing about the bomb plot and in a statement to the press she is doing everything she can to assist in the investigation. katherine and her family were stunned these reports, by the involvement of her husband and brother in law and that came as a complete shock to them. it is worth noting the russian government is cooperating and assisting american authorities overseas. >> live in boston, molly line, thank you. there is more questions about what the department of homeland security knew about tamer man -- tamerlan tsarnaev. >> was your department aware of his travels to russia and if you weren't, the reason? >> the travel in 2012 that you are referring to, yes, the
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system pinged when he was leaving the united states. p by the time he returned the matter had been closed. >> that contradicts what republican senator lindsay graham was told by an assistant director. he told tsarnaev's name was misspelled and the fbi had no knowledge of him leaving or returning. time now for the top 5 stories making news at this hour. the two men accused of working with al qaeda in canada facing a judge for the first time. refused a court pinted attorney and claiming the charges are unfair. the second suspect bleeded no not -- pleaded not guilty. charges are conspireing to an attack and association with a
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terrorist group. they were going flow up a bridge as a passenger train from new york passed by. >> a bogus tweet yesterday claimed there were two explosions and that president obama was injured. the white house quickly said everything was okay. the ap suspended its twitter account to resolve the issue. the fake tweet sent the dow plunging 143 points but it later recovered. the owner of a fertilizer plant that exploded in texas now facing two lawsuits. a dare grain incorporated is being sued by a single mother and several instrument companies for negligence. this massive explosion killed 14 people hurt 200 others and nearly wiped out the entire town. many killed were volunteer firefighters.
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their co-workers are saying the firefighters knew the site would explode but they stayed to get people out. closed because of the sequestration. signs like this are popping up in north carolina. operational change due to sequestration and they have the logo of the national park service. lawmakers are urging sally jewel to explain who put up the signs and how they were paid for. critics say the obama administration is trying to play politics with the budget cuts. >> two years of construction slunk down to two minutes thanks to this. it shows how the george w. bush presidential library was built over the past 29 months. the video a brainchild of laura bush. she thought it would be a great way to document the construction of the center which opens
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tomorrow. >> if only it was that easy. >> and that quick. >> that's your 5@5:00. a scathing new house report is faulting the highest levels of the state department that includes then secretary of state hillary clinton for a lack of security at the time of the benghazi terror attack. elizabeth pran is live in washington with the details. members of the u.s. house of representatives releasing a progress report on the investigation into the assault on the american compound in benghazi which killed four americans. that report is the joint pork of republican chairman of foreign affairs jude dish ry over site and government reform and select committee on intelligence. there was a reduction in security before the attacks on benghazi. approved at the highest levels of the state department all of the way up to secretary clinton. that statement contradicting what she said back in january. >> the specific security request
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pertaining to benghazi are handled the security department. i didn't see those requests. they didn't come to me i didn't approve them or deny them. that's one of the findings bams dorr hick coreings and mullens made these requests don't ordinarily come to the secretary of state. >> the report claims the white house and state department altered talking points which had been prepared by the intelligence community. >> i think the important point here is what we know through unclassified sources tells us our people were denied security in advance, they were denied a rescue mission for 7 and a half hours, and they denied the true cause of this attack. >> in response to the report national security council spokeswoman katelyn hayden says the report changes questions asked and answered and the body called response to the attack
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they called it timely and appropriate. patti ann, back to you. >> elizabeth pran, thank you. three weather alerts. the midwest is bracing for more flooding. water levels are continue to go rise. here is maria molina with today's forecast. >> good morning heather and patti ann. we are talking about rising water levels in states like indiana and illinois even areas further south. what happened out here last week we saw significant rainfall amounts falling from a storm system. up to 8 inches reported in some areas. that has produced a lot of flooding and water levels will continue to rise in areas further downstream. we are tracking a number of flood warnings across indiana and illinois and areas further south. that's exactly what we have a storm system producing areas of
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more rain. 1-2 inches of rain is here. we have moderate rainfall over missouri and indiana. we are also going to keep a eye on mississippi river further downstream in tennessee, mississippi, arkansas and down into louisiana. we could be seeing flooding out here as the flood levels continue to flow further downstream. temperatures waking up very chilly behind the storm system in the 30s. minneapolis only 27 in the city of denver. maria molina in the weather center. thanks. here's what we would like for you to brew on today. a school's new dress code has parents up in arms. they are live individual that their daughters have been banned from wearing scrapless dances from the annual 8th grade dinner dance. the reason why? the principal at reading ton middle school in new jersey says they are too distracting for the
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boys. >> the issue here is having someone interfere with my right to raise my children in a way that i think is appropriate. >> this year our school has enforced dress code a lot. i don't know why this year more but they are definitely getting more strict about it. >> the parents are petitioning the swochool board to over turn the policy. they stais a violation of the children' rights. tweet us at fox friends first or e-mail us at would you give out your facebook pass word if your job depended on it? some people have to hand it over to their boss. we will tell you why. >> one teen standing up for what he believes. he's returning to the classroom with the same t-shirt that got
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the 8 i hth grade student suspe and arrests suspended for not changing his t-shirt he returned with the same t-shirt that says protect your rights. he was met by several supporters and will continue to fight for freedom of speech. heather? >> thank you patti ann.
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more trouble for lance armstrong. the department of justice is going after the disgraced cyclist. they are suing armstrong over the united states postal service sponsorship. lauren simonetti joins us with those details. >> the justice department suing lance armstrong for an estimated $40 million that the u.s. postal service spent to sponsor him from 98 to 2004. that's when he went on to win 6 of his 7 tour defrance titles. the government wants to recover three times that amount. the use of drugs is indeed a preach of contract and he was unjustly enriched. his attorneys calling this opportunistic and insincere. >> unjust lyenriched. >> police would consider it unjust.
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employers asked for your facebook pass word. >> at one point you might have been require to do give them to your future boss. last week they passed the cyber sharing and protection act. it will help the government react to cyber security threats by making it easier to share information to private companies. according to critics it would force companies to give up user's private information like their social media pass word. in one pro fission it would have made it illegal for companies to ask for prospective job hires pass words. as a result handing over facebook and twitter pass words to your potential boss could be legally a condition of getting hired or in some cases keeping your job. this legislation has slim chances of passing. the white house has already threaten to do veto it. as we talk about cyber security we might have to hand over our pass word. >> people need to start talking it now for the solution.
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>> welcome back. 20 minutes after the top of the hour.
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here's a quick look at some headlines for you. the personal secretary of osama bin laden seconspireing with th terror leader to kill americans. he was one of four men convicted in 2001. four months before the september 11th attacks. one intelligence worker or from one to another. you can call former cia director david petraeus professor petraeus. at the city university of new york. he starts august 1st. he left the cia last year you may remember after it was rev l revealed he had extra marital affair. thank you, heather. you have finally found your dream home but one problem, it's not for sale. does that mean it can't be yours? maybe not. personal finance expert vera
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give v gibbons is here to talk about home stalking. >> it's happening. yes, if you are interested in finding that dream home a lot of people are knock, knock, knock on homes that are not for sale. first off you want to go to a web site blog which has a make me move section. these are homeowners who would move if the price is right. what it would take to make them move. we are seeing a lot of activity there. 148,000 listings there currently. it has a no longer listed section. these are properties that have been taken off the market for one reason or another. if the timing is right for the homeowner if the price is right they may be willing to actually move if everything is aligned. >> you can get e-mail alerts. >> real estate listings will give you an alert on any home if it is for sale or not.
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you are the first to know goes right into your inbox. >> you can also contact the homeowner directly? >> 132 percent over last year. last year 20 percent of sellers who sold their home without a real estate broker did it because they were contacted. sales are down 14 percent even more so there's not a lot to look at. you have buyers knock knock knocking on the doors sending letters written notes whatever it takes to generate a potential sale. >> it sounds like a recipe for over paying. they know you want that. >> the other alternative we are seeing is bidding wars. they are back in those hot desirable neighborhoods. >> the next important tip is to
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be complimentary. >> this will go a long way. homeowners need to be shut off by the approach. be personal saying this is the neighborhood i grew up in or i love your home, i love what you did with it. gouge where you are coming from and they are coming from and play it safe. >> i love your home get out please. >> lastly you say have patience. >> if the homeowner says no that may mean not yet. that may not be the price they want. maybe you can work out a rent to home type of situation that is mutually agreeable. if they say no it potentially means from my perspective not right now. >> when you say rent to own they have moved to assisted living or they are not ready to part with the house. >> a lot of it is the timing. homeowners want their price, too. if the time something right everything works out.
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>> vera gibbons thank you very much. these may look like ordinary wipe boards but they could save kids lives. he crashed his car and got lost in the woods for 8 days. we will tell you how he stabilized. this day in history on this date in 1990 the hubble space telescope launched into orbit lie business cover re. -- by discovery.
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>> good morning. welcome to "fox & friends first". >> it's about 29 after the hour. this morning there are brand new photos revealing the dramatic gun battle that broke out between police and the suspected boston bomber leaving one brother dead. what is circled is believed to be the pressure cooker bomb. >> we are learning tamerlan wo mortar kits from a new hampshire fireworks store. that is the same store or the same chain of stores that sold times square bomber the explosives he used to build his failed car bomb. molly line is outside of beth israel hospital with more. >> he had been in serious
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condition for the several days he had been at the hospital. federal investigators are look to go speak to his family members. they want to know what the brothers accused in the bombing knew about their actions in the days weeks possibly years before it occurred. russia telling the ap it hopes to speak to the father of the two men accused of this crime and get some information about where the older brother may have traveld in russia during a trip there in 2011. they are also here at home speaking with tamerlan's wife the 24-year-old woman who grew up in rhode island and converted to islam after meeting ter nesa. she knew nothing about the bomb plot the lawyers say and in a statement to the press she is doing everything she can to assist in the investigation.
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the russian president is also cooperating hoping to line up interviews in their country. they are the ones that initially warned the united states about the older brother tamerlan. the story continues to unfold. as authorities continue to investigate the boston bombing there are more questions about what the department of homeland security knew about tamerlan tsarnaev's trip and ties to the extremist group. >> were you aware of travels to russia and if you weren't, the reason? >> the travel in 2012 you are referring to, yes, the system pinged when he was leighing the united states. by the time he returned all investigations had been -- the matter had been closed. >> you heard what she said just
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then. that actually contradicts what republican senator lindsay grsgm was told by the director. graham was told tsarnaev's name was misspelled and the fbi had no knowledge of him leaving or returning. >> now for your 5@5:30. the top five stories making news at this hour. the two men accused of working with al qaeda to plan a terror plot in canada are facing a judge. one refused a court appointed attorney and claims the charges are unfair. the second suspect pleading not guilty. the charges include conspiracy to carry out an attack and murder people as part of a terrorist group. they conspired to blow up a bridge as a passenger train from new york passed by. iran denies any involvement. charges against a man accusedohbement. charges against a man accused of sending pous son nows
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letters to obama and others have been dropped they found no ricin in paul kevin curtis' home. >> this past week has been a nightmare for myself and my family. my mother suffered as well as my children. i would like to get back to normal. >> meantime authorities searched the home of a potential new suspect. curti pau neighbor. the two reportedly don't get along. curtis believes he was framed. the neighbor says he did not send the letters. the school district is rolling out a new line of defense against the gunmen. that is a bulletproof wipe board it weighs only a few pounds and can be used to shield students in the event of a school shootinly d >> this shield is the most unbelievable product in school safety i have ever seen in my life.
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>> 200 boards will be distributed in the school district along with training for teachers and staff. >> an update on a story we brought to you last week. a veteran's group now suing the city of new york for making them take down this flag. the flag has been used by the navy and marines since 1775. they say it is too political and associated with the tea party. this >> this is an american flag and they are going to lose in court big time. i predict a bunch of them are going to be turned out of office. >> theughteterans maintain the fl> thi is not associated with one group. talk about an incredible story a man lost in 8 days in the california wilderness says he
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survived eating pine nuts. he set out on a solo camping trip when he crashed his car. he had no cell service and the 25-year-old got lost in the woods while looking for help. police eventually found thompson after campers alerted police to his car. that is your 5@5:30. >> the heist levels including sephetary of state hillary clinton ignored repeated calls for increased security as part of the benghazi terror attacks. a scathing report by part of the house. we are live in washington with aore. this brand new report was put together by five different committees in the republican controlled house of representatives. it goes into a lot of details about the run up of the 2012 raid in benghasec. specifically the denied request
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for more security. state department officia hi had repeated requests for additional security that were denied in washington despite ample documentation of the threat poseed by violent extremist militias. another chunk reads red utions of security levels prior to the attacks in benghazi were at the highest levels of the state department up to and including secretary clinton and in fact contradicts her testimony before the house foreign affairs committee january 23rd, 2013. we went back and watched part of the testimony and clinton flatly says requests for increased security never made it to her desk. >> i didn't see those requests. they didn't come to me. i didn't approve them. i didn't deny them. that is obviously one of the findings that ambassador hick coreings and mullins made.
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those couldn't ordinarily come to the secretary of state. >> they are dintonending secret clinton and the administration write ago letter of their own and accusing speaker boehner of trying to politicize the attack. we have heard from the national security council who says the questions raised in the report appear to have been asked and answered by the administration in the 010,0afe p> thie -- 10,0 pages of documents. peert doocy live. tharem you, peter. >> now the midwest bracing for even more flooding. maria molina is on top of it. she has today's forecast. >> good morning again. good to see you patti ann and ureather. we are looking at more flooding across sections of the bhisd. this started last week from 7 to 8 inches of rain out here in places like michigan, indiana,
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parts of illinois. that in itself cost ficooding. we are seeing river flooding very widespread in states like indiana and illinois. that's why we have flood warnings. unfortunately today not helping the situation is a brand new storm system rolling through the area producing 1-2 inches of rainfall. that in itself wouldn't cause flooding but because we have a ground saturated we would see more issues. as the water continues to flow downstream we could be seeing issues aphoss states lie re arkansas and even mississippi. temperatures today patti ann and heatherughtery chilly in minneapolis in the 40s. in new york city much warmer today 67 degrees. >> nice. i like that. >> it is time totrentertain thi. beyonce releasing brand new video from her recently lucinchd
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world tour. >> extravagant costumes and back scenes for her fans. >> a health scare meanwhile for duane the rock johnson. he is recovering from hernia surgery. he tweeted this. called surgery a success. also super man is on the mend along with that picture of him in a super man shirt and a surgery cap. >> he had a movie that just opened up. i dondor know abod. that one. now for the starting lineup. top sports stories the heat continues to sei sp ill in the playoffs. miami eat take a 2-0 series lead. the game 3 is in milwucie ree. beating boston 87-81. boston hosts game three friday. the nuggets beat the waggiors.
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>> welcome loght . almostagan5 miroltes to the top the hour. unbelievable case of road wage caught on camera. you can see a driver ramming his car into a bicyclist and throwing it in reverse with the ageclist still holding on. luckily he is okay. this whole thing stemmed from an earlier fight. tops still looking for that driver. when caught he will face attempted murder charges. >> dd.ches of cambridge with cheering students. she was showered with gifts as she showed off her growing baby bump. kate is 6 months pregnant. she is cose in mendly. patti ann? >> heather, the associated press seemed to have sent out a very
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teggen own president o loma that sent wall street and the dow plunging. turns od. the twirt feed was urace re at urere now with more on thaty is diane macedo with fox msiness networtree >> panic hit wall street as a tweet came down from the twitter account saying close breaking two explosions in the white house and barack obama is injured. while weictnow that report was the true and was sent by hackers not the associated press it only took a few seconds for it to send our mare ret into aagan pet free fall. ac corporate communications sen. a correction tweet and the man andets recovered there afte. but it raised questions about incrs s !ulnerabilities trading algorithms. scanned news and traded quickly on it. two months > thio twitter resete pass words on 350,000 accounts after hackers broke into the system. while the company has aempounce
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plans for an authentication option that made it impossible to hack into the accounts the system hasn't been released yet. twitter has been gaining lenigtimaage in the mare ret it would add twitter to the terminals used by every major r t whatever the purpose of this attack was it seems to have been pretty self containe at some cucitious rigc1 now others feeling okay. >> it gave the market a square there temporarily. >> diane, thank you. >> 46 after the hour. still ahead you hate it when your predatoes touch your green beans? do you insist on using separate platesif3 doctoricteith ablow will tell u en you are normal or not. >> the best jobs in the world, we will tell you what that is when we come back. checking in with steve doocy to see what's coming up on "fohe d friends"."
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>> 10 minutes till the top of the hour. here are quick headlines. a california couple forced out
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of their home by a freak land slide. it their home is teetering on the edge of a cliff. water main break could have caused the slide. no one was hurt. you want the best job of the united states you better brush up on your math. the top job is actuary. the gig is challenging but has little stress and pays well. the second and third best jobs biomedical and software engineer. the worst job newspaper reporter because of the high stress and tight deadlines. heather? >> i don't think we have the best j -- i still think we have the best job. it is a question we ask ourselfs from time to time, am i normal or am i nuts? dr. keith ablow is here to answer your e-mails. thank you for joining us this morning. >> it's a pleasure. >> nice seeing you. >> the first question comes from a husband. it's about his wife. he says is my wife nuts. she sometimes uses multiple
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plates when eating because she cannot have any of her food touching. i have heard about kids doing this. i don't want my green beans to touch my mash potatoes. >> when it is your wife and she is grabbing separate plates to prevent this from happening it's a little crazy a little nuts and a little bit on the obsessive come compulsive disorder. what else does she fear is contaminated if she gets too close to it in terms of her own boundaries. that's the question. make sure that's not invading other parts of the relationship. a little therapy can help. a little melting ice cream touching a cookie can help. or eat a sandwich. >> coming up next, i am a hand washing fanatic. it began 28 years ago when my daughter was born and now i am 58 and my hands are a nightmare with dryness, cracking
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especially in the winter. is it a problem to wash your hands too much? >> it is in this one who like the first question is even more so obsessive compulsive disorder. it's a behavior you don't want to do but you are doing again and again. 28 years it's as if people haven't heard how good psychiatry is at helping folks. medicine, counseling. this guy may be able to rid himself of that compulsion. >> two people that need to come see you. >> together preferably. >> finally my friend an attorney was laid off four years ago. lately he just stays home in his sweats and let's the day float by. he has stopped looking for work and i am worried about him. >> i wish this weren't the norm. sadly when you can't find a job and yourself esteem is wrapped up in that career as it should be people can become very despondent. maybe a few friends rally to his side maybe a few confrontation
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cases to do. you lack inside yourself, if i can't find a job, i am starting a firm. i will just start taking cases. sometimes that really gets people ignited when you have an idea. maybe i shouldn't wait for the world maybe i can create my world. >> not unusual. >> totally human. >> thank you dr. ab low. appreciate it as always. >> you can e-mail dr. ab low with your questions. he will tell you if you are normal or nuts. the time now is about 6 minutes until the top of the hour. coming up, anna story -- a story of incredible luck. this boys scaping with just scratches after a tree falls on his vehicle. the 8th grade dance dr. ab low. can you believe it?
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>> it is now two minutes till the top of the hour as we take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly. up first, the good. a five-month-old baby boy lucky to be alive after a freak accident. a tree fell on the truck that his mom was driving crashing on to the hood.
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the boy just had a few cuts from the broken glass. up next, the bad. an arizona man allegedly uses his wheelchair-bound mother to go on a shoplifting spree and then sold the items at garage sales. >> as we see good valued at more than $130,000. finally, the ugly. an indonesian soccer player punching a referee in the face angry over a penalty call. the ref was taken to the hospital with a bloody nose. time for your brew on this question of the day responses. we told you about a new jersey school's decision to ban girls from wearing strapless dresses to a dance. >> amy tweeted if young ladies were taught to dress appropriately and modestly school dress codes would not be needed. >> kitty, let the kids wear what parents okay. tired of


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