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>> good morning everyone. >> i am patti ann browne. >> i am ainsley earhardt. it is friday. you made it through your workweek. it's april 26th. >> a shocking admission from dzhokhar tsarnaev. he told officials he and his brother had their sights set on attacking times square in new york. >> molly has more of this claim. >> this comes from a new york city press conference in which officials say they believe the boston marathon bombers were head to do times square with a
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plot to set off the rest of their bombs there. siting information from the fbi say the surviving suspect is talking and telling investigators the plan was to use the explosives they still had the five pipe bombs and the pressure cooker bomb similar to the ones in boston. the suspects were familiar with times square. >> we know that dzhokhar was photographed in times square with friends on or before april 18th of 2012. and that he was in the city again in november of 2012. we don't know if those visits were related in any way to what he described as the before's spontaneous decision to target times square. but the two brothers never made it out of massachusetts. they are accused of car jacking an suv that was low on gas when they stopped for fuel the victim escaped ran for help and a chase with police began ending in the
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shootout and the death of tamerlan the older brother. the surviving suspect told investigators they planned to use the rest of the bombs in the heart of manhattan. >> we were informed the surviving attacker said new york city was the next on the targets. they intended to drive to new york and detonate the additional explosives in times square. they had built these additional explosives and know they had the capacity to carry out the attacks. >> new york officials acknowledge that as the suspects made it to new york it is possible they could have carried out the plan there could have had many deaths despite the police presence there and many camer cameras. it is time for the top 5@5. a new jersey man raised for carrying homemade explosives.
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it happened before the boston bombing. they found him carrying two homemade explosives on a new jersey train headed for new york. they found bomb making materials in his house. they did not report the arrest the information came to light when the 27-year-old came to court. he received a summons. that investigation is ongoing. president obama said it would be a game changer in syria. >> a red line for us is we start sealing a bunch of chemical weapons moving across state lines. >> the white hughes says syria has used chemical weapons against its own people. many law americas are urging the administration to act. >> two years ago we should have intervened. it's a shameful part of american
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history. i hope this new report of chemical weapons make them act. from the statement i am not sure they will. >> the white house wants more proof before deciding how to act. >> the senate agreed to delay buildi voting on a bill that taxes. senators with states with no sales tax are against the plan. the taxes will be sent to the state where the shopper lis. >> why are they using a thousand rounds of ammunition more per person than the army. serious questions about waste and accountability are the focus of a heated hearing on capitol hill. >> seems it is just walking out the door doesn't seem to be the accountability. there's no accountability from where this ammunition is going. >> sir, i can assure you the
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ammunition is accounted for. >> where? we have been asking for this for a long time. >> records show homeland security has more than 260 million rounds in stock. but denies that it is stockpiling ammo. >> a historic day in dallas. the presidential library and museum at george w. bush dedicated at southern university. artifacts paying tribute to the two terms in office. marks the first time in history h that parents were able to see a son's presidential library. >> dad showed me how to be a president, before that he showed me how to be a man. 41, it is awesome that you are here today. whatever challenges come before us, i will always believe our nation's best days lie heyed. god bless. >> all five living presidents attended that ceremony. the center opens to the public
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next week. >> you see him getting choked up. >> the senate acted late last night to hit the brakes on long delays on fliers across the country. they passed a bill to end faa furloughs. the house is expected to vote as well. peter doocy is live with more. good morning, peter. >> good morning, patti ann. what happened last night was a rarity. the u.s. senate passed an important bill without a roll-call vote. all 100 senators approved it. as far as we could tell there was no drama on the senate there are floor in the 8:00 hour. if the bill could pass the house at some point the faa's hands will be untied. they will be able to free up 253 million from other less essential parts of the budget and redirect it for fully staffing air traffic controllers including at small airports until the end of the fiscal year
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september 30th. >> i am delighted the senate just passed a bipartisan bill to resolve a serious problem confronting the american traveling public and our economy. but this bill doesn't turn off sequestration. it just makes life a little easier for air travelers who saw at least 863 flights delayed on wednesday because of budget related staffing problems. what is interesting is the white house has issued a statement highly critical of this bill passed by the democratically controlled senate. late last night press secretary jay carney said it would be good news for the american traveling congress that means unnecessary delays but ultimately this is no more than a temporary band-aid that fails to address the threat by our economy by the mindless across the board cuts. the house is scheduled to be out of town as well. even though we don't have a firm
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time for them to take up this faa furlough big legislation there it is an incentive for everybody to rwrap it up today. >> peter doocy live in washington. thank you. and it is time for your first degree weather update with maria molina. >> good news for many of you. warmer temperatures are in store for parts of the country. >> good morning everyone. finally good news for many people across sections of the midwest the great lakes and even into the northeast. it's friday and the weather is going to be beautiful not just today but even over the next couple days. you are going to be enjoying a couple of days over the weekend that are going to be very nice. feeling like spring out here. temperatures in the 70s ray cross-sections of the midwest. upper 60s in chicago and new york city. for today your high temperature will reach 65 degrees. feeling like spring out here. in the city of minneapolis you haven't seen temperatures make it into the 70s since last year.
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we welcome you in the 70s. high temperature at 77. the bad news we have snow across sections of north dakota. that means it will be melting very rapidly as we head into this weekend. we could be dealing with flooding as we head into early next week on the red river across north dakota, parts of kansas and into missouri. there's a slight chance that we could be seeing severe weather today parts of oklahoma and northern texas but a slight chance to stay alert. a tragic end to the search for this missing brown university student. the body of 22-year-old has been identified using dental records. the body was found by members of the brown crew team in waters off of point park. he was reported missing back on march 16th and was wrongfully rumored to be involved in the boston bombing.
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the cause of death has not yet been determined. dozens of people have been sickened in an outbreak of salmonella with cucumbers. 14 people have been hospitalized. no one has died. the cucumbers have said to have been imported from two companies in mexico, california, arizona and minnesota have the highest number of cases. welcome to twitter. the real former president bill clinton o up for that social networking web site. steven colbert first signed him up earlier this month. the handle then was@prez billy jeff. clinton changed his handle now to a more formal name fitting for a president@bill clinton. >> it is time now to brew on this. it is friday. here's a recap of the viral videos to see which one you like
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best. first up we showed you this time lapse video of the george w. bush presidential library being built. the dallas library took two years to build. get ready to smile, these dancing babies are back. the evian water ad has already become a huge hit with more than 34 billion viewers in the first week. >> that is cute. >> finally look at this shark chasing a duckling. it's a cat dressed up like a shark on top of a robotic vacuum cleaner. the duck is doing whatever it can to avoid getting caught. which video is your favorite. tweet them to us at fox friends first or shoot us an email at foxfriendsfirst@foxnews.com. we will read some of those later on in the show. >> 11 minutes after the hour. move over apple tv amazon might be coming straight to your living room. new reports they may be
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launching a streaming video player. >> you may be able to smoke pot legally in some states but lighting up off the clock could still get you fired. [ male announcer ] how do you measure happiness? by the armful? by the barrelful? e carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do.
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eye>> colorado law says smoking pot is legal doesn't mean you won't lose your job for it. workers can be fired for using medical marijuana outside of the workplace. the court says federal law which still prohibits it trusts state law. >> samsung galaxy s 4 is a whopping 5.5 inches tall that is
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too big for pockets. future phones will be even larger. >> they were getting smaller now they are getting bigger. >> thanks so much patti ann. >> now stories you can bank on. a boost for homeowners that could help the housing recovery. mortgage rates hitting a record low. you didn't think they could go any lower well they are. joining us from the fox business network is lauren simonetti. >> long the fed keeps boosting the stimulus rates go down. 2.61 percent according to freddie mac. that gives many homeowners reason to refinance. many would be home buyers reason to get off the side lines and jump into the housing market. record low mortgage rates are fuelling the housing we have been seeing. new home sales are up 18 percent over the past year. builders are adding inventory breaking ground on new homes in the at the fastest pooifrs five
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years. it is just above the record level. >> it is just amazing if you can get the financing. >> if you can get approved it works out. >> but prices are starting to go up. there are different dynamics in the housing market. everything is low. >> very slow but housing prices going up. >> amazon, it started out selling books then you could buy pocket books, you could buy housing products. then the kindle. now they are expanding again? >> from tablets essentially to televisions. amazon streaming live content from amazon two-year television. amazon is looking to debut this service later this year. there's speculation that the price could under cut apple tv which is relatively affordable at $99. we know the kindle tablets are much lower than the i pads. who knows how much. >> maybe it will be cut in half. we will see. >> thanks so much margaret. happy friday.
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>> it is 17 after the top of the hour. high on the highway? teenaged drivers say driving under the influence of marijuana improves their driving skills. that's what they say. more on that shocking study. they were supposed to be the next big thing. robots in the operating room. now there's a little problem. some sthar not working. are robots safe in surgery? we are going to ask our doctor, doctor david samoti. as we go to break a look at the gasoline prices the new national average $3.51. that's the same as yesterday.
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>> welcome back. it's 22 after the top of the hour. alarming news about teenagers that hide behiget high behind t. 41 percent say it didn't have any effect at all, 34 percent say it makes them better drivers. >> an iconic snack cake will be on the shelves in july. hostess took it off the shelves when they went out of business. other snacks bike the ho ho's and the ding dongs will be on the way after the twinkies. the biggest thing in operating rooms these days is a million dollar multi armed robot named da vinci.
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it has been used in nearly 400,000 surgeries nationwide last year. this high-tech helper is now under scrutiny. several deaths have been langed to da vinci surgeries and there are over 500 reports of complications. which is better? a doctor or a robot? let's ask the doctor of the medical news team. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> it's not a doctor or a robot. you emphasize it's all about the doctor behind the robot. >> the answer to that question is you need to have a real experienced doctor plus the technology then you will have outcome. the problem we are having right now you have a lot of surgeons take a short course maybe a weekend course and they come on monday and start doing these kind of surgeries for long operations not having the right team or anesthesiologist. they end up having
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complications. the technology is safe. i have done over 4,000 of these cases zent had any issues. you need to have a program, you need to have the entire team with expertise then you put it together plus the technology you have the outcome. when i do these surgeries it takes only about an hour. there's no transfusion. all of the surgeons i did yesterday they are going to go home today. the outcome is good. the learning curve is steep and long and it takes time to get good at it. a oo the manufacturer of this da vinci program says the rate of death from the robot is consistent with the rate that you would see in traditional surgery. is that correct? >> it is absolutely correct. again the technology has a long history. this is not something new it has been around for about 12 years. you have to learn in the virtue reality and simulation labs. you need to practice outside of the operating room.
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if you use this just in the operating room you will have problems. it came to gynecologists using it for hysterectomies and that's one of the reasons we see complications. i think guidelines for this is absolutely important. hospitals have to put in the criteria. make sure the right doctors are behind these kind of robots and the patients really enjoy a good outcome and faster recovery. >> it is a faster recovery and there are certain risks are minimized such as the surgeon's hand getting tired or shaky, et cetera. >> it's a good point. if you watch the way i sit i do this operation sitting down. you have a camera that magnifies everything. you have 10-15 times magnification. three-dimensional views. when i was doing open surgery we were using our hands because we couldn't see well. blood was every where so we were using touch factor, now because
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i can see well i don't have to touch tissue. that's a huge advancement over the years. it's urergonomic, you don't get tired. these surgeries should be done in the hands of experienced surgeons. if you are watching the program make sure you watch the doctor find out how many cases they have done how many years what kind of complications, et cetera. we started a hot line this week for this particular one. people have questions they can call us we can help them. >> thank you, have a great weekend. >> 26 after the hour. still to come the video you have to see. nearly 9 months after the attack at the family research council new surveillance video has been released of the hero security guard fighting off the attacker. plus what would you do if you saw this giant floating head in a river? well that's exactly what happened to one college crew team. we will tell you where it came from. >> first this day in history in
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a shocking admission from dzhokhar tsarnaev. he and his before hrother had t sights set on bombing times square in new york. molly has more on this. >> a press conference yesterday officials said the boston marathon suspects were also headed for new york and headed for times square. they say they are siting information the officials say the surviving suspect has been telling investigators the plan was to use the explosives still in their possession the five pipe bombs and pressure cooker bombs similar to the ones used in boston. the suspects were familiar with times square. >> dzhokhar was videoed in times square with friends on or before april 18th, 2012. he was in the city again in
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november of 2012. we don't know if they were related to the decision to bomb times square. >> they were car jacking an suv which was low on gas. when they ran out of fuel the victim escaped and ended in a chase by police and ended with the older brother being killed in a shoot-out the surviving terror suspect said they planned to use the rest of the bombs in the heart of manhattan. >> we were foirnled the surviving attacker said new york city was next on the list of targets. he told the fbi that he and his brother that he and his brother intend to do drive to new york to designate the o-- detonate te o additional explosives in times kwar. they had built them and they had
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the capacity to carry out the attacks. >> it was spontaneously developed plan they came up with it in the course of the manhunt and the course of running out of town that it possibly could have been pulled off despite the police presence and cameras across new york city but there's no guarantee the suspects would not have been successful had they actually made it that far. ainsley and patti ann. molly, thank you. hour long delays at airports across the country. the senate took action late last night and the house could today. elizabeth prann is live in washington with more. >> in rare form the senators who are here convened drafted to end furloughs of air traffic controllers and hopes to alleviate the flight delays millions of folks reason feeling across airports, really across the country.
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with this bill the faa is able to transfer and prioritize money in programs that are in need. what does that mean for you and me? smaller airports will remain open and flight controllers will be able to keep their jobs, keep in mind the faa reported there had been at least 863 flight delays on wednesday alone. senator susan calling said they would have otherwise intolerable delays in the air traffic system and convenience in travelers and hurting the economy. >> that should prevent the delays that have been occurring and were only going to get worse as the traveling season reached its peak this summer. >> after the vote white house press secretary jay carney said this does nothing to alleviate the long-term sec ster cuts which is 845 million in spending
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cuts concerning the cut in the budget alone. this is no more hthan a temporay band-aid that reaches the over reaching threat to the economy plus the mindless across the board cuts. the bhildz over to the house today the last day before the house and senate heads for recess next week. it's a start. we will take at that. thanks so much elizabeth. >> thanks. >> it is time now for your 5@5:30. dramatic new video released from the disturbing shooting at the family research council last year. the video shows a man bending over for his gun before shooting ben johnson. we see the hman struggling with him. he has been charged with committing an act of terrorism while armed. they are seeking 45 years behind bars. >> we are learning more about what caused a deadly lion attack. diana hanson accidentally left
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the lion's cage door open while she was cleaning another cage. that led to this. 500 pound lion escaping and striking hanson who died from a broken neck. the attack was an accident and there is no liability toward the cat haven park's owner. an incredible story of survival. these siblings thought they were going on an all day fishing trip in puerto rico until their boat's electrical system failed. the boats stalled and water rushed inside forcing the brother and sister to jump out. they swam 8 miles over 14 hours until they finally reached shore. they were eventually rescued a local farmer. it is not your typical buoy. a college rowing team found this during practice. they were practicing in the new york hudson river when they noticed this 7 foot head floating in the water. it was made of stier row foam and fiberglas.
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they took it out of the water. apparently it's a theater prop. no one knows how it ended up in the river. it looks like the michael angelo piece doesn't it? >> well, they were all present, all five living presidents tanding the dedication of the george w. bush presidential library and museum. >> a couple of times a year in his second term george bush would call me just to talk politics. a chill went up and down my spine when laura said that all their records were digitized. i hope there's no record of those conversations in this vast and beautiful building. >> this also marked the first time in u.s. history in which parents were able to see their son's presidential library. >> dad showed me how to be a
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president, before that he showed me how to be a man. 41, it is awesome that you are here today. >> the center opens to the public next week. that is your 5@5:30. and before you leave the house this morning let's get your first degree weather update with maria molina. rain in the forecast and parts of the midwest we are hearing. >> good morning everyone. we are tracking areas of rainfall early this morning. it is across sections of missouri and kansas. as you head out the work this morning you are going to need to grab the umbrella. the area of rain moves further off to the east across parts of kentucky, indiana, illinois. there is still a number of flood warnings in effect out there due to river flooding. as far as this afternoon and this evening we could see strong to severe thunderstorms firing up across sections of oklahoma and also texas. keep that in mind if we get any warnings make sure you heed them otherwise temperatures on the rise for a large section of the
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country including parts of the midwest into the northeast. you are talking 70s in some places that haven't seen those temperatures since last year in october. the bad news is we could be seeing river flooding across places like far go and north dakota due to rapid snow melts. >> thanks maria. it's time to entertain this. more bad news for justin bieber. the tour bus was pulled over and raided they found drugs and a stun gun on the bus. they decided to search the bus after smelling marijuana. bieber and the crew denying no wrong doing. no charges have been filed so far. check this out. a special performance. >> not your typical street performer in new york. michael boob lay stopping by a new york city subway station and singing jackson 5 classic "who is loving you acapella."
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he's in town promoting his new album. >> now for your starting lineup. it's about the nfl draft. the first round of the draft is in the books. it's the year of the linemen. >> with the first pick in the 2013 nfl draft, the kansas city chiefs select derek fisher tackle central michigan. >> the offensive tackle was one of 6 offensive linemen taken in the first 11 picks. the jackson fill jaguar selected tackle. the dolphins selected dion jordan outside tackle. >> still to come passengers on one airline may now move out when they don't show up. why they are ending the free ride for no shows. do you use your birthday as your on-line pass word or do you use
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the same pass word several times? why more than 90 percent of on-line pass words are vulnerable to hackers. how to keep your pass word safe next. we had never used a contractor before
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>> welcome back. it's 44 after the hour. a fox news exclusive.
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u.s. military choppers badly damaged in a hail storm at kandahar airfield. they have been grounded there for repairs. the military says the repairs are top priority and will be done quickly. next to russia where a massive fire in a psychiatric hospital leaves 38 people dead. here's a shot of the building going up in flames. two doctors and 36 patients were killed in a fire. a nurse survived and was able to save two of the patients. investigators blaming the fire on poor safety regulations. patti ann? >> more than 90 percent of on-line pass words are at risk from hackers and with recent attacks how do you know your pass word is safe? fox business network diane macedo has tips to make sure you are pass word protected. >> hacking is becoming more and more common and causing major headaches not only from big companies like the associated press and their famous hacking recently but also for average americans. for those of us who don't want
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to follow in the foot steps here are the steps. avoid an easy pass word. you also want to make sure it has at least 8 characters since longer pass words are harder to crack. play around with characters and spelling. for example if you wanted to make your pass word diane you can use 1 or exclamation point or spell out the word eye instead. never disclose the pass word to any one. if you think someone knows your pass word change it immediately. even if you don't, change your pass word regularly. that doesn't mean recycling by adding a number 2 actually change it. on that note avoid using the same pass word for all of your accounts at least your most important account should all have different pass words. this way if they get a hold of one pass word the access to all of your accounts. that means there's more to
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remember but if you have to write them down be careful about where you store them and how you write them. best bet is to write them in a way you will understand but no one else will. never respond to requests to send a company your pass word via e-mail. no reputable company will ask you to do that. if they do alarm bells should go off in your head. good advice. thanks. 47 after the hour. still to come we are heading into the busiest travel season of the year. we are here to help you out with the best all inclusive resort packages. >> fired for not giving an attempted robber money. the employer's reason coming up next. >> right now let's check in with steve doocy see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> 12 men's from now jeff fox worthy a show favorite will join us live. joe mansion comes in on the faa furloughs. you will get where you are going
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faster. if you are going to the movies we have what's hot at the box office this weekend. it's national pretzel day. we will be making our own pretzels. anna kooiman on the farm. i think she is going to milk a goat. you don't want to miss it. 0@p÷ so...how'd it go? well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking.
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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.
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>> nine minutes to the top of the hour. a convenience store employee fired for not giving an attempted robber money. despite his actions the store says it is against store policy to not give up money and fight the criminal. he was immediately terminated. the employer speedway has not commented on the matter. the suspect got away and is still on the lose. no show fliers take notice. you will no longer be tolerated southwest airlines. they are rolling out a new no
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show policy. fliers who don't show up for booked flights will lose their entire fare. the way to avoid is cancel or rebook your flight. >> summer is right around the corner. if you are look to go get away on one of those flights an all inclusive resort might be the way to go. here with the best package deals is travelocity courtney scott. it depends on what your needs are. if you want to go to a resort with or without kids. the first one is for couples. >> couples love the amber resort in puerto vallarta mexico. it is a vacation package all inclusive, 1,291 dollars per person including a night and 5 night stay. couples and honeymooners love the luxurious details ultimate luxury. all meals included all top shelf drinks unlimited greens fees.
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$50 resort credit on top of this deal to use for all of these extra bonuses. >> for a massage or extra drinks. >> exactly. >> what about for a family? >> for a family mom and dad have the kids in a full schedule of activities through out the day and they love the ibera star resort. it's in dominican republic. beautiful area. $962 per person. kids stay, play and eat free. this includes a flight and five night stay. the kid's club is catering to children all day long they have experiences. swimming pool for kids. >> rock climbing. >> what about sijs? -- singles. >> the resort in cancun. it's a party resort. the real world was shot there. it's a jet set party atmosphere. cool parties dj's nightclubs and the rooms are really slick.
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there's blackout shades in case you took partying too seriously. you can tweet and post to friends how much fun you are having. >> south beach of the mexican caribbean. >> 1,065 per person. >> what about mature couples. >> the secret wild other kid in jamaica. >> have a wild time. >> it is all inclusive but no kids allowed. they cater to gourmet tastes and mature patrons. it is now 6 minutes to the top of the hour. coming up lions tigers and high even gna-- eye evehigh even gna. they are one big happy family. it's your last chance to vote. the time lapse video of the bush
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>> some quick headlines coming to you from our furry friends, five adorable animal babies in south africa proving despite differences they can get along. three lions, a spotted
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hyena and a tiger have become family after being abandoned by their mother. look at this elk. somebody thought it would be funny to put a tire around its neck. residents say it's been wearing this tire for weeks now and wildlife officials are keeping an eye on the situation. they say they're considering tranquilizing the elk so they can take it off. who would do that? >> time for your brew on this question of the day responses. we showed you these viral videos from the week. the time lapse video of the bush library being built, the dancing baby ad and the cat dressed like a shark chasing a duckling. which was your favorite? butter glove said i don't like the baby ad and the shark cat is a little funny but i appreciate the bush library. >> i like the duck chased by the shark. reminds me of humans being chased by their fears.
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that i- that shark cat is too funny. >> the winner is the bush library. 64% voted for that. the shark comes in second and the dancing baby is last. >> "fox & friends" starts now. >>gretchen: good morning. it's friday, april 26. i'm gretchen carlson. i hope you're going to have a great day. happy birthday, dad. communication failed. we know exactly who knew about the boston bombers and why the information went nowhere. we've seen this before. the stunning details straight ahead. >>steve: an amazing thing happened on capitol hill late last night. the famously slow-moving u.s. senate moved quickly to get air traffic controllers back into the tower, get them to work so there aren't delays at the airports. will you feel

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