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dzhokhar dzhokhar tsarnae today is june 16th. it's father's day. happy father's day. thanks for joining us. new details this morning. may have helped thwart a terror attack in other countries, may the leaker have more information about u.s. security he might disclose. and while you were sleeping, north korea wants to talk but is it just lip as far as. developing details an request for high-level meeting with the united states. >> good morning, everybody. then just how close are you with the folks you work with?
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more an more millennials say they want their co-workers to be their second family. thoughts and friends on this father's day starts right now. >> wow, midtown manhattan is so empty. >> wow, look at that. >> all the dads are waiting for breakfast in bed. >> beautiful. hi, everybody. thanks for joining us bright and early on this father's day. thanks to jeff for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> happy father's day. how many do you have? how many kids? >> two girls, two twins, 20
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months' old. my second official father's day. so excited. >> so adorable. i have twin girls as well. did you bring pictures? >> i did bring pictures. >> i have twins, too, but i don't talk about them. they are in cleveland. my two daughters are probably watching this morning, too. >> great to have you in for a clayton as well. lets talk about the big news of the day. we're gettingormation today, just came out yesterday, about all the terrorist plots that the nsa says it successfully thwarted as a result of this big surveillance program. they released this to congress yesterday and the senate intel committee has now released it to the public. they say there was a terrorist plot, as we've heard 2009 to blow up new york subways but they also now say there were 20 other countries where terrorist attacks were thwarted because of this. >> that was not the idea of the whole program started over seven
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years ago to keep us safer, especially what happened to us here on 9/11. that was the idea. they are saying they are touting their program here. this is why we did it, to thwart these attacks. let me say something unfair. >> yes. >> if they are that good, why did we miss an obvious one with the boston boys? why did we miss an obvious one with nadal hasan. that probably is a little bit unfair. what is the percentage of attacks we're thwarting. >> they are not being very specific. they are saying there's 20 and they have only named two specific ones, mumbai in india, they got the guy after the fact. that didn't prevent anything. >> doesn't count as thwarting. >> the guy that tried to bomb the subway in new york city. the fbi could have done that themselves. the one they are pointing to aren't necessarily great successes. >> to answer your question, what they are saying they are doing is working to declassify all this classified information
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because they know the public has questions like this, like why don't we know more details, exactly what were the details, was it before or after? could they have done it in another way. they are saying over the next weeks they will try to declassify this so we will have more trust in the program and it will have more value. >> that's it right there. we would probably believe all this and all the good information they are giving us if there wasn't such mistrust with all the scandals going on. >> that's exactly right. palin, actually, governor palin spoke about this the other day. check out what she had to say. >> our government spied on every single one of your phone calls but it couldn't find two pot smoking deadbeat bostonians with a hot line to terror central in chechnya. really? and it's built apparatus to sneak into all the good guys
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communications but oops daisy, it missed the ft. hood mass murderer of our own troops despite this islamic terrorist declaring his ideology declaring in numerous sessions and on his own business cards. but no red flags there. really? and our government passing something called obama care, but the affordable care act. i'll repeat that, affordable care act. it's cheap results making our health care premiums enormously unsustainably more expensive with death panels to boot. hiring 16,000 to 20,000 armed irs agents to implement this act. >> if you missed those oops daisy comments sarah palin will be on fox & friends starting at 8:00 in the morning. >> tune in for that. governor palin will be on fox &
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friends the entire hour. she was talking, what's very interesting about this whole nsa program, as you know blurred the lines between liberals and conservatives. now conservatives are against -- sarah palin sounds like against the nsa program where i don't recall sarah palin talking about that with george bush and with the patriot act. the blurring of lines, was it okay then. we know from michael hayden at the cia that these programs were started well before they have been leaked. it's been growing and expanding for a long time. so now why is everybody talking about it? >> so true. so interesting to watch people tap dance around their position years ago and their position now depending who is in the white house. >> the partisan swing. exactly. i think in 2006 when they pulled the nsa program, democrats were against it 60-40. now that president obama is the main guy that's driving this thing, they have gone 60-40 for
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it. it doesn't make sense. >> it doesn't. strange bed fellows as we say in politics. >> who is supposed to oversee the whole thing, congress. >> they usually have their eye on the ball. >> how much does this guy snowden, how much does he know? is it the tip of the iceberg? don't you think chinese police know where he is, want to talk to him? >> he was in hawaii. there's spies running wild there, chinese, korean spies. it's a who had bed. if he's co-opted bit chinese government, the chinese government doesn't have to hack us. they will have everything from this guy. it's very troubling. >> last night on janine's program, a former nsa official and whistleblower talked bow how this could be the tip of the iceberg. >> i believe we've only seen the tip of the iceberg. i see the secret surveillance programs, became very aware of
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them. i provided witness evidence, material evidence to the congressional 9/11 investigations in 2002. it wasn't just for them, the major teleco, it's a vast scale. we're talking about turning united states of america into equivalent of foreign nations on electronic surveillance on a large scale. i think there's a lot more to come out. >> i think it looks like the military industrial complex might be exposed here. google, verizon, obama administration working together and collaborating to create this surveillance state. i don't know if the american public will be down with this. we'll have to see. >> let me know about the information. find me on twitter. >> i'm still using google. you know what, there's a guy you'll meet in a little while on your show, he created his own google. he doesn't trust google, he
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created his own. we can use his google and i'll tell you what the name of it is. >> lets get to headlines. we have a lot of news to tell you about. while you were sleeping north korea changing its tune. the country's national defense commission now says it wants to have high level peace talks with the united states. this coming days after it canceled a meeting with south korean officials over recent months north korea threatened to launch a nuclear attack on american soil. u.s. and north korea have not had high-level discussions since 2009. there's been another midair scare. this time a new york bound flight intercepted by british fighter jets and escorted to scotland after a threatening note found on board. a passenger on the egypt air jet found the note in the bathroom and said, quote, i'll set this plane on fire and listed a seat number. the pilot diverted to scotland where it was isolated and surrounded by police. plane sat on the tarmac three
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hours while they investigated and interviewed more than 300 passengers. no arrests have been made. it looks like a nuclear blast. that's how officials are describing devastation from a deadly colorado wildfire. that fire is now 55% contained at this hour but look at the damage. this beautiful green neighborhood now completely charred. two people were killed by the fire and nearly 500 homes destroyed. in this neighborhood only two homes somehow escaped the flames. evacuees left waiting for answers. >> want information, want to know when we can get back in. what's burned, what isn't. real things. >> investigators are working to figure out if the fire was intentionally set. mike, can you read? >> phil mickelson, is he going to do it this time, chasing his first ever u.s. open championship. he's been in second place like fie times. on a day that might be destiny, mickelson going into the final round at marian in philadelphia. he could be celebrating father's
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day with a victory, which also is his birthday. he is the father of the year. no question about it. >> that sounds like good timing. >> yes. >> lets bring in rick. >> hey, rick. >> hey, guys. how is it going? >> happy father's day to you both. >> i have no kids. >> that you know of. >> we're now taking phone calls if someone knows differently. >> all right. with that said, lets go to your weather. pretty nice temperatures on father's day. still warm across the area, phoenix, typical right now. satellite look good across the east, some rain showers over the overnight hours across the great lakes, mostly light in nature. a few across kansas and nebraska. we'll see it again and across the west. mostly dry again. the severe threat today is right here across parts of the high
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plains. could be seeing a few tornadoes but mostly across the western side here with not a huge population zone at least in that area but could see a few thunderstorms. the beneficial potential side to this is we're going to get a little more moisture the next couple of days across the high plains in colorado. where we had these fires we're going to see a little more moisture that hips with the fighting efforts. flip side, we could see lightning and that potentially sparks fires. a mixed blessing across colorado. temperatures 80 in colorado springs the next couple of days with a few thunderstorms. here you go. highs for today, 108 in phoenix, 95 in dallas. guys, back to you. >> hot, hot, hot. >> thanks, rick. you bet. >> straight ahead, the baseball play that shocked the nation. >> expecting impact. off his head. >> tampa bay rays pitcher hit in the head by a line drive. >> detroit, motor city
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the city of detroit has a problem paying its bills. >> where we are right now is a culmination of years and years and years of kicking the can down the road. borrowing from wherever we could borrow. we're tapped out. >> the motor city is still trying to avoid bankruptcy, asking collectors to take $0.10 on the dollar on a $2.5 billion tab. how did the city end up in this state? mark ash is ceo of a company which specializes in transforming public and private organizations. he's also with the city of detroit. >> good morning. >> i was actually in detroit in march and was shocked. it looked like somalia, homes were burned to the ground. people didn't even answer 911 calls. how did the city of detroit get into this mess? >> it doesn't happen overnight. it's been 50 years of elected officials driving at high speeds
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without looking at their dashboard. now we're literally in a position where detroit can't afford to turn its streetlights on at night. for over 50 years i've had people driving blind. >> the bailout. we kept hearing about how big a success that was. detroit was bailed out. how is detroit doing after the bail out. >> put the city of detroit's financial condition in context of what we saw with general motors. for gm, for every dollar of asset they had $20 in debt. the city of detroit is $33 of debt for every dollar of asset. it's 65% worse. they are in a very tenuous position and you've got to be very concerned, just as an american, about the position of detroit going forward. >> so the money is going where? when you pay the bill, it's going where? bonds get paid, pensions get paid and health care and other payments. so what money is left? >> there's not a whole lot of money left for cops or
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firefighters. that's the problem they have, they have got these legacy costs which are just massive. the whole idea of a pension is to be able to prepare people for this golden years. it's not supposed to be gold plated at the taxpayers expense. >> is this a foreshadowing of what we can see in other cities, california? does d.c. need to wake up and look at troy and see we need to start paying attention. >> you need to look at detroit. take that to america, we spend 46% more money than we take in every year and you have to worry is detroit a precursor for what we're looking at going forward as a nation. >> thank you, mark. it's an american city, a gritty city. they work hard there. >> indeed. >> but they need to get their act together. >> absolutely. putting the father back in father's day. our next guest has some tips to make the dads in your life feel for valuable. >> this is what happens when you
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royals baseball game in tampa. >> off his head and the throw to first is in town and alex is straight down. >> top of the fifth inning eric snatches 100 miles an hour line drive at the pitcher's head. he goes down. training staff says he suffered a mild concussion and all tests came back normal. thank god. >> we've all seen portrayal of bungling dad in movies and on tv shows like this. >> nobody tells mom. >> bungling or great dad. >> great catch. >> all jokes aside our next
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guest says it's time to put honor back in father's day and realize the true importance of dads in society. >> the author of "from the hart. hi, betsy, welcome to the show. >> good morning and happy father's day. >> how many kids do you have, four? >> actually eight. my new husband and i have eight together. >> eight? >> yes. >> the brady bunch has broken out. >> yes. >> i got tired of that bumbling dad. that's why it was so refreshing to have the cosby show come on. what do you mean honor dad. seems like we ought to have a father's day because we love mother's day. >> i worry it's a co-mom's day. we have important trails in culture of either at best dads are unnecessary, an extra pair of hands for mom. at worst they are the bumbling dad we just saw.
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thank goodness he did catch the little guy. but we need to get back to remembering dads really matter and it matters when they are married to mom. kids do better when dads are married and in the home. right now we have a culture that cares whether dad is in the birthing room when he's born than whether he's in the home when the baby grows up. we have to turn that around. one of the ways we do that is moms and our culture talking about, hey, dads matter. they bring something unique to the home. >> what do they -- >> we've got to celebrate it. >> just out of curiosity, what do they bring. not that i don't know. my husband brings a lot to our family. but what do you think the real value of dads is? >> studies will show overwhelmingly dads are more likely to rough house, let them explore further, take more risks. they are more likely to let them wander, for instance, on the playground before they run after
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them. there's that balance of what that brings with the mom that really provides the best upbringing for a child. they provide a sense of security, strength, protection. dads are much more likely to care about whether or not they are the breadwinner and whether or not they are providing for their families. that just balances mom and gives some strength to mom and some support to her that she's not just going to get from having somebody else like her in the home. until we start saying that role really matters and data is so clear kids do so much better when they grow up with a dad in the home. look, there's heroic single moms. i hope i was a good enough single more for the eight years it was my life. i can tell you as a single mom, it really matters to have dad married to the mom and living in the home. why not start saying it and celebrating that instead of taking the politically correct out saying, dads are just kind of an extra mom and nice to have around if they really have to
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be. >> the perfect guest for today. go out today, work on it today, go to our dads and say i really do value you as my father. betsy, thank you very much. >> you bet. thanks for having me. >> don't forget the gifts, physical gifts, too. i'll take your hugs but i want a gift as well. >> up next, the worst father's day gift you should never give to your dad. in case you're procrastinating, don't get these. socks, anyone? >> my sister or my mommy. do your co-workers need to be your friends or even more like a second family? the shocking new study from america's youth. yeah. >> this is private bryan in afghanistan. i want to tell my dad and grandpa happy father's day and i want to tell my family i love you and i'll see y'all soon. ahhh let's leave the deals to hotels.com. perfect! yep, and no angry bears.
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happy father's day to everyone out there. we want to show you some pictures from our staff and their dads. this is our writer kate lynn and her dad matt. >> beautiful. >> here is wonderful producer and her dad john. that's great. >> shooting pool out in the wilderness. >> here we have him with his grandfather. >> that's great. >> samantha and stepdad, john, and their family.
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>> beautiful. >> then clayton's dad, don morris with clayton's son miles. oh, my gosh. i'm going to start crying. first of all, miles is the cutest child ever born. >> true, my kid. >> better than your kid and my kid. better. he's so adorable. >> what i've learned now. you know what's better than being a dad, being a granddad. i have a 2-year-old daughter, it's fantastic. >> congratulations. >> i'll show you pictures later. >> that's great. lets talk about things you don't want. you have gifts you hope you're not getting today. >> yes. anything i have to assemble or put together, don't get me that, please. please. i'm not good at that to begin with. my father at one point got me a lawn mower as a gift. i you should are it. it was about $300. there's no way i'm going to unwrap it, put it together and mow my lawn. >> i was going to give you a key
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to my kia. >> lets see how cliff huxtable dealt with father's day. >> are these serious presents? i'm telling you, last year i sat in the living room all father's day, children walked past, hi, dad, nice to see you. hello, dad. somewhere around 4:00, someone said, is the mall still open? >> the funny thing is, it's usually the mother who buys the gifts. it's dad's cash she's spending, so don't go overboard. >> excuse me. women have their own cash. what era are we living in. >> that's true. >> year after year i would get stuff made out of popsicle sticks, change holders. i love that stuff. >> lets talk about things you should never get for dad. if you're still shopping for dad, don't get these. this is what i was going to get my husband, his and her matching
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velour track suits. i like to wear them shopping. >> it kind of freaks me out when for father's day i get underwear. >> on valentine's day my mother gets my boxer shorts. now i'm thinking, is that weird? >> yes. >> and she still does it. that's weird, i think. >> it says here in the article, decided what we should not get fathers. please let the man in his life buy his own undergarments. you should not get dad a mug apparently. he has enough. don't add to that collection. >> the lawn mower is on the list there. >> that's right. it's a big no no. >> a note i found. new survey, millenials, those are humans born -- >> between 1980 and 2000. they say they want their co-workers, like all of us, to be more like their second family. back in my day, back when i was alive, i don't have to be your friend or family member. lets just go in, do the work and go back home. they want a sense of family at
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the office. >> i don't buy that. i think a lot of co-workers try to sabotage you anyway. >> wow. >> cut throat. mike just slipped something in my coffee. he wants to see my crash and born. you can't trust people at work. on the straight and narrow, don't mix world. >> on the other hand when i was single and younger, my work colleagues were my family. we'd go to dinner together, had lots of meals together, stayed lei late together, overnight together. >> that's true. >> it was great. a complete bonding experience. before you're mattered, it's nice to have them as your family. >> now you don't know their names. >> jesse. >> nice to see you. >> weigh in on facebook, twitter whatever. >> find us all on twitter. meanwhile here is somebody we consider my work husband. hi, rick. >> that's true. we spend a lot of time together. we even eat together sometimes. don't you think that happens. not that you want it to be. my family lives in arizona, so
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you kind of create new families. >> it's good when the co-workers pay. just like your family. they treat. >> there's some people whose paychecks are bigger than mine. these are the families -- allison -- you can hang out with. talk about your weather this morning as you're waking up. a pretty good day for almost everybody this sunday, father's day. take a look at the weather maps. see temps. temps looking good pretty much everywhere. northern rockies, missoula waking up at 40. overall temps not looking that bad. we'll see scattered showers. not a washout anywhere you see the blue doesn't mean you'll have a washout, just passing showers from time to time, towards d.c., parts of west virginia, around cleveland and columbus, ohio. also plenty of breaks in the sunshine to get up and do stuff with your father. down across the western side of florida, a few showers as well. spotty thunderstorms around the southeast, garden variety
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thunderstorms. temps warm and humid. into the northern plains, this the one spot we'll see showers, a little more significant in the afternoon, that area of nebraska and kansas, could be seeing a few severe thunderstorms. the beneficial side, especially the western kansas area, incredible drought going on there, so they need some rain. over the next couple of days we might squeeze out two to three inches of rain in a few spot and that's welcome news. out across areas of the west, tons of sunshine and warm temperatures down to the west, l.a. looking great at 74, seattle mostly sunny skies and 76 degrees. although you see a lot of blue on that map there, no big problems for anybody today. we're looking on the bright side for dad. >> looking on the bright side. we like that. >> perfect. >> get to headlines. show you what's been happening. >> new overnight, a strong earthquake that shook mexico city. mexican officials5.8 magnitude quake could be felt throughout the capital. residents say they could actually see buildings shaking.
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homes and businesses were evacuated as soon as triple tremors began. fortunately no casualties or major damage has been reported. a show of force bringing an end to an 18-day protest in turkey. as you can see police fired water cannons and tear gas at demonstrators cleared out the main park in istanbul. dozens were injured. this started as an environmental protest but spiraled into angry demonstrationings over prime minister's rule. the park is sealed off. protesters say they will not stop their fight. here is what happened when the pilot tries to wing it. he loses a wing. brazilian plane was trying to park at jfk airport without a grand crew to guide it. the wing hit the hangar and tip got stuck at the side of the building. one worker on the plane had a panic attack and was treated by
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boom! >> what was it? >> found out. a manhole explosion rocks the streets of midtown manhattan, blast sparked by a transformer. witnesses say a nearby building
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shook from the explosion. nobody was hurt but at least one car parked over the manhole cover was seriously damaged. in fact, it caught fire. over on 52nd avenue. and kim kardashian a new mom. the reality star gave birth to a girl in los angeles just in time to celebrate father's day with her boyfriend kanye west. he was buy kim's side as the baby arrived five weeks early. they have not revealed what they are going to name the new little girl. alisyn. >> that would be a good name. imagine sitting down to a nice dinner right next to some screaming, crying kid. that won't be happening at one sushi bar in virginia. >> the new restaurant has banned not just kids but anyone under the age of 18 sparking outrage. joining us is the co-owner of the sushi bar bill blackburn. good morning, bill. how are you? >> good morning, guys. glad to be here. >> i understand what you're talking about. my kids can be hooligans where we go out to eat, have you to be
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judicious where you decide to dine, but was there a specific incident that occurred that made you change this policy? >> no, we started from the start with this as an 18 and over restaurant. the neighborhood we're located in, delray is a family oriented community, strollers, dogs. we listened to the community and we got feedback, wouldn't it be nice if there was a place we could go and get away from our kids. we thought, that's a great idea. lets go at this niche. >> i bet. so your customers like this and they support it but online you're get a little criticism. what is the problem people are saying? >> well, there's been some criticism. but overwhelmingly it's been positive. online there's some people who are upset by it. but we've been open for 10 days now. we've had nothing but great
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feedback, both on the policy and more importantly on the sushi. >> how vigilant are you guys? do you check ids at the door? is there a screening process? how do you delineate who is of age? >> no dna checks. it really hasn't been a problem at all. people come in. unless they look under 21 we haven't carded anybody. >> what happens if somebody shows up with a double stroller like jesse and i have? >> we just tell them, hey, look, guys, this is an adults only restaurant. fortunately we also own two other restaurants on the same block on either side of the sushi bar, pork barrel barbecue and holy cow burgers. we send the families to the right or the left. it's worked out great. >> would you be thinking mothers would take a 6-year-old to eat sushi to begin with? is the ban necessary, do you think? >> there are some kids out there
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that like sushi. parents like to bring their kids everywhere, too. even if they aren't eat it can be an issue at times. there are kids that like sushi. we've been told that. fortunately in alexandria, there's plenty of restaurants. for families that want to take kids for sushi, plenty of options, no one is being excluded here. >> sounds like you have everything figured out. you have a restaurant for every single need. check out the sushi bar. thanks for coming in. >> thanks for having me, guys. straight ahead. a storm chasing student goes missing on his latest mission. what happened? >> are you sick of using google and snch engines that watch your every move? our next guest was, too, so he decided to create one of his own. he's next. >> i'd like to wish a happy father's day to my father. i'll be home soon. all your impts in just minutes.
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welcome back, everybody. are you wary about which search engine to use after worrying the government may be spying on you? one web page has been getting a lot of attention for the unique way it operates. it doesn't track or store any of your personal data. over the past week traffic on this search engine duckduckgo is up 40%. how can you google proof yourself? joining us now is the ceo of duck's duckgo gabriel weinberg. >> thanks for having me. >> can i say you created your own google? >> yes, i started five years ago. i set out to create another search engine. you go to wikipedia. my thought was you get answers
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from those sites, put in the link and get their faster. >> google launching giant weather balloons, putting them up in space to have a better way to serve us as we use their search engine. have you seen those? >> yes. >> is that good or bad? they are hovering over us? >> the reality is they store user data. if you store user data you have to turn it over with a valid warrant. >> why duckduckgo, why did you pick that? >> no reason. i liked the name. i thought it was a cool name. >> i understand why you're getting more searches. you say you get rid of our personal information. how can we trust you? >> i made this decision personally. i was lucky enough for my last company to be acquired. i set out to be this.
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i realized two things, it's really personal what you type into google, medical information, personal, financial, it's creepy the certainly engine can know so much about you. >> don't i have to give you the information. >> when you send it to us, we just throw away your computer information all together. if you look at our site, it's all anonymous. >> what does google do with the information, pass it to other people? >> they use it to target for the rest of their services. like all the big tech companies they have lots of services. some of them don't make a lot of moip. they have to use ads and follow you on the internet with ads. >> how are you making money if you're not selling. >> you type in a car, you get a car ad. there's no reason to search you on car search, it's for e-mail and youtube. >> why are they trying to crush you? you're taking on big folks, google and bing. >> there's a lot of
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alternatives. >> are you rich? >> i was lucky enough to have my last company acquired so i could do this and do things like not track data where other big companies wouldn't go. >> are you as good, though, as google? am i going to get the same information back? you have to admit, they are pretty darn good. >> i would argue we are better. you like yelp, imb, we put them on top of the links. >> how many people are using it? >> after the story, 2.5 million a day. >> this controversy helped you. >> absolutely. people wanted not to be tracked. i know you reported on that. it's just a matter of knowing about private alternatives they can switch to without sacrifice. >> i'm switching. couple of things. also a philly guy. >> yes, near valley forge. >> i'm going to duckduckgo from now on. >> thank you. >> thanks for coming in. there's an unintended
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good morning, everyone. today is sunday june 16th, happy father's day to everyone out there. i'm alisyn camerota. why congress will not write a check for some of the
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president's health care laws. >> new details nsa data grabs may have helped thwart terror attacks in 20 countries. if that's true how did they over look boston bombers? >> happy father's day. another father's day, classic movie moments. >> dad, i met a man in rome and we're getting married? >> i'm sorry, what did you say? >> i'm getting married. >> that movie makes me cry and laugh at the same time. we'll reveal our favorite films this holiday. "fox & friends" starts now. happy father's day. >> find a fishing hole today.
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it's going to be hard to find. >> are you going fishing, jesse? >> no, i've never been fishing. i think the one time i went fishing, i actually caught a boot. >> i caught a plastic bag as well. >> it was this big when you caught it. >> everybody celebrates father's day differently. happy father's day to everybody out there. we'll show our favorite father's day movies coming up. scandals we've been talking about over the last several days, four or five of them. obama care is here. it has to be funded. how do you do that? congress has to decide exactly how we're going to do that. does the irs scandal now factor into that? the irs is going to be in charge of kind of enforcing obama care. so now that we've kind of lost trust in them, does congress need to take another look at this? >> president obama asked for $12.9 billion, an increase for the irs to help with the affordable care act.
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that's a 14% increase over current spending. now republicans in congress, namely congressman crenshaw of florida says i think it's safe to say they are not going to get the kind of increase they are asking for because they want to know how the irs is going to spend it and not squander it as we've seen over the past few years. >> like giving booze to an alcoholic. they have spent $32 million on conferences last year. what do they teach at the conferences? line dancing. what does an irs official need to know about line dancing. >> team building. >> i have no idea. the irs was caught seizing 60,000 private medical records. the main enforcer and implementor of obama care now is teetering. it's under threat. if that doesn't work will obama care work. >> just as governor palin says big government is all about the government too big. >> when our founders declared our independence, they pointed
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to a long train of abuses, from a distance, arrogance and dictatorial government. that train is leaving the station again. that challenge, first, to see it for what it is, and then to stop it in its tracks. the problem isn't bureaucrats in cincinnati going rogue, and it's not honest reporters and their parents being targeted for just doing their jobs, and it's not 20 something security contractors leaking government documents, the problem is government grown so big that it intrudes into every aspect of our lives. it's grown so arrogant that it thinks that we work for it instead of it working for us. >> governor palin got a lot of applause at the freedom conference yesterday. also conservatives from herman
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cain to sarah palin were speaking. of course they were talking about the nsa and surveillance program. today there's new information to share with you. according to nsa they have just released this information to congress who then made it public. they say they were able to thwart terrorist attacks because of this huge prison program in the united states and 20 other countries. of course, the details are scant. they haven't told us what terrorist attacks, what level, how close they were. people want more information. >> that's what i don't understand. if it's such an important program why isn't the president himself defending it. you're getting leaks from anonymous officials to associated press about all these successes, but i think this is something the commander in chief needs to come out and explain to the american people, this is why we need this program, this is why it's effective and these are the safeguards. so far he's been mia. >> speaking of the american people, what are they saying?
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are they keeping track of this? so many scandals over their head. you checked that out for us. >> we went to midtown manhattan and took a poll of folks to see what they said about this stuff. >> what would you think if your private conversation was violated? >> a little violated. >> anything to hide. >> pictures. all guys are, you know - >> i have a big -- >> when you call someone on the iphone, who do you think hears that? >> myself and the person i'm talking to? >> you think that but the government is sucking up and collecting electronic communications with almost every american. >> didn't know that. >> absolutely. >> as long as there's security for the country, i guess do what you've got to do, right?
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>> do what you've got to do. >> makes you nervous with things like martial law, feels like you could be overpowered. >> lets hide places. >> the way terrorism is happening now, it's almost necessary. >> almost like living in a terrorist country. it's a problem. >> they can't be doing what they are doing, but they are. >> the guy that admitted he searched the web for pictures, he knew we were on tv. i told him, this is national cable and he volunteered that information. i can't explain it. >> you get a lot of good information out of people. i notice you seem to target good looking people. was that all it was. >> it's not good looking, demo friendly. demographically friendly. we want to look at people young, vibrant, vivacious, like you.
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>> i like that of. >> i never see supermodels at grand central station. >> while you were sleeping, the country's national defense commission says it wants high level peace talks with the united states. many here in the u.s. are surprised by this development considering the recent threats north korea has made to launch a nuclear attack on american soichsoil. the u.s. and north korea haven't had high level discussions since 2009. another midair scare. this time, escorted by british fighter jets and escorted to scotland. a passenger found a note in the bathroom and it said, quote, i'll set this plane on fire and it listed a seat number. the pilot diverted the flight to scotland where the plane was isolated and surrounded by lis. the plane sat on the tarmac three hours while police investigated and interviewed more than 300 passengers. no arrests have been made yet. the search continues for
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20-year-old university of chicago student and storm chaser. before he went missing, his family said they think he went out to track the violent storm through the midwest last week. chicago police say they are setting up a dive team to search lake michigan. his disappearance came a day after another university of chicago student went missing. ultimate dad, fitting title for one man who donated one of his kidneys to his ailing son. leonard burk received devastating news in march when he found out the kidney his wife donated failed. that's when dad ronald stepped in. >> give my son an opportunity he can be around. it's a wonderful thing. >> this is probably one of the best gifts i'll get for father's day. >> leonard says this new lease on life allows him to watch his
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18-month-old daughter isabella grow up. >> wow, beautiful. >> top that gift. >> nothing beats that. >> socks aren't going to work after that. lets talk about our favorite father's day movie. i have a whole list. i think on theton of my list, "father of the bride." >> yeah, but i like spencer tracy version. >> i don't know what that is. >> that's the first version, original version. i like spencer tracy movies. i like steve martin also. >> i just related to this so much when my daughter jessica announced to me she had met a man named russ, just like this at the dinner table. this thing played out at my house just like this. it made me so sad. they go out and play basketball in the driveway, he, the daughter and steve martin's character. it's a good movie. >> so did you for bid your daughter from getting married. >> i threw the guy out of the house. now they are marriedened and have a child. he's a gladiator guy, russ.
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>> mine, "the last crusade," there's one scene where he's out of bullets and there's a nazi plane flying in on them to shoot them down. he doesn't know what to do, so his dad takes the umbrella, flushes out the seagulls. the seagulls fly up, smashes the plane's window and the plane comes crashing down. he strolls down by his son, pen is mightier than the sword, indiana. >> that's very cool. >> lot more action in yours. >> there is but yours is sentimental. >> you should use the wedding planner guy. >> what kind of cats do you want? martin short, wasn't it? >> i think so. >> my favorite was, it starts with the hapless dad, then becomes more confident, "mr. mom." >> cleanup in produce.
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>> i'm sorry. >> kenny, did i tell you -- >> at first he doesn't do anything. does that ever get old, showing the befuddled father. >> it does. >> that was me. >> grocery shopping. >> i agree with yours, too, i love national lampoon vacations, christmas, all of them. >> chevy chase in his prime, nobody was funnier than that. we never took a vacation in a plane. every vacation was a car completely packed up like that, five kids jammed into a station wagon and everything that goes wrong with it. that's pretty much always it. >> it's closed, that's what happens. it's closed. >> exactly. all the best intentions and then there's always some sort of catastrophe. then the dad who can completely
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make it work. >> by the way, get on facebook or twitter and tell us what your favorite father's day films are, too. >> i'll check my twitter. >> lets talk about weather. if you're planning on taking dad out somewhere. for the most part looking good. you see rain, not all that heavy, scattered showers and thunderstorms so plan accordingly. look what's happening in the next hour or two and bring an umbrella. for the most part looking good. some rain across kansas. that's good news. this is the drought monitor. it's where we have a lot of drought going on and where there isn't any. the split across nebraska, kansas, oklahoma and texas. anywhere east, a lot of rain and flooding. the western side, high plains we call it is where it's been incredibly dry. over the next couple of days, a little rain across this area. that's good news. areas of western kansas, dodge city. some of these spots here may be seeing two or three inches of rain. some for northern kansas and areas of nebraska. that's good, beneficial moisture we're going to get. it will come at a price for the
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threat of severe weather. could see a tornado or two together and certainly large hail and winds across the high plains as well. all right, guys. back to you. >> twitter. everybody's dads seem to be excited about beer and laying around today. >> lay around. we deserve it, alisyn. we deserve it. >> not complaining about that. >> i'm a big fan of laying around. >> i am myself. the government is holding hearings on the irs scandal, right? the fbi hasn't talked to any of the tea party groups targeted. so what's going on with this investigation? >> forget bunk beds. cafeteria food. college students are living it up in luxurious accommodations. did you have a pool, a tanning bed or fireplace in your dorm room? >> hot place. [ male announcer ] with free package pickup
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know the status of the investigation with the irs targeting conservative groups. >> tell me basics, how many investigators you've assigned to the case? >> may be able to do that but
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i'd have to get back to you. >> can you tell me who the lead investigator is. >> off the top of my head, no. >> most important issue in front of the country in the last few weeks and you don't know who is heading up the case. >> as we talked about yesterday, is that embarrassing or what? lets ask fox news contributor and author of "lincoln unbound." does that concern you, his answers? >> yeah. the way an fbi investigation usually works, a i understand it. you go hard really early, talk to as many people as you can, establish relationships that are going to be useful later and get to people before any stories change. usually it's very aggressive. here you have a director who has no idea who is heading his own investigation. >> wouldn't he be in charge of putting that person in charge of the investigation? >> you would think so on such a high profile matter. >> i guess the deputy could do it, it's high profile. >> it's been a month.
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you have tea party groups saying no one talked to them. again, maybe you want to talk to irs officials first before you talk to tea party groups. we have been besieged, from the very beginning when congress asked irs are you doing targeting over the course of years, no, we wouldn't do that when the story breaks, what's their version, roots in cincinnati, nothing to do with washington. that's exploded. since people were micro managed, they are frustrated. some of them considered leaving because they were frustrated by getting delayed by washington doing such oversight. >> president obama's lincoln diluti delusion, you wrote an article about this. president obama likes to say he's a class warrior, wants to spend money on infrastructure and cloaks himself in the mantle of lincoln. lets take a listen?
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>> what is it that makes lincoln such a seminal figure in our story. this man, first republican president knew better than anybody what it meant to pull yourself up by your bootstraps. during the civil war lincoln had the foresight to set up a system of land grant colleges. where i derive inspiration from is the writings of lincoln. >> lets take you back, senator obama kicked off his presidential campaign in 2007 in illinois, land of lincoln, references to lincoln 230 times since announcing his candidacy for president in 2007. that's what you're really kind of talking about in your new book, rich, "lincoln unbound." >> this is a project, goes back to technical r., fdr, they want to claim linc oln as the father of big government. you had no market whatsoever.
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welcome back, everyone. did you ever happen to encounter someone who helped you get where you are today or stop to ask why was that person in the exact place in time. to some people they are coincidences, to others they are not. joining us now, the author of "divine alignment." one woman who had a god experience. great to see you guys. sasha kelly is who you are and
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you have an incredible story. lets get right to your father. your father was named emmett kelly. he has an iconic face. he was the sad clown of ringling brothers barnum and bailey. there we go. a picture of your dad. >> a few years ago. >> your dad was only captured on camera once smiling and it was the moment he found out he was going to have a daughter, you. >> that's right. >> okay. now, sasha, tell us about the moment you had this divine alignment. there's the picture of your father getting the news. tell us about the day i died. >> i was in colorado. i needed to fly home to sarasota and take care of my mom and feeling. i got on the airplane and i was not feeling so great. the man next to me said, why are you so sad? i said, well, i picked up the newspaper, it was on the front
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page. i said, it was because my father, emmett kelly died and i'm going home for the funeral. he said oh, my goodness, on the day you were born i was the upi photographer who snapped a picture of him smiling for the very first time with your news. >> i get goose bumps. >> you say what are the mathematical odds of that. 25 years had gone by. there he was divinely aligned to be in that seat to give her a hug, really, a measure of comfort. >> we call those things called god winks. >> god winks are something you would otherwise call coincidence but you knew they came electric a divine place. divine alignment, you pull back the lens and look at the connections of god wink all along your path in life that cause you to be in the right
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place at the right time to move us along. >> it's often said there's a plan or god has a plan for our life but we can't see it. >> that's exactly right. divine alignment are the moments you can see it. >> you can. it's a concrete connection with somebody up there. here we are in a day and age where we're wondering, who is watching us, who is listening to our phone. actually the gps we want to be on is god's positions system. >> what did you think at the moment where that happened? >> i felt so warm and like things were going to be okay. i ended up developing a wonderful friendship with this man who brought me to atlanta for a broadcasting career. things were okay and things are okay. >> he was the photographer who took the pictures at her wedding. >> wow. it goes on. it does. >> it just comes full circle, but it does give people -- when you have those moments some
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people call coincidence but they feel bigger than that, they feel like they are not by accident. it does give you the feeling you're not alone or your loved ones may be watching. >> that's right. in divine alignment, i lay out the seven steps you can follow that give you a certainty about things that are now uncertain. >> the book again is "divine alignment." it's so great to talk to you guys. thanks for sharing your story. happy father's day. >> thank you. all right. coming up, forget bunk beds and cafeteria food. college kids these days are living it up in luxurious accommodations. did you have a pool, fireplace, tanning bed in your dorm room? here are kids experts that will ensure you take the perfect picture. sergeant jeffrey booth here in afghanistan. i just want to give a shout out
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lunch, that is her expectant tummy. >> how about our producer deb and her dad. >> cute. >> beautiful. >> there's writer matt's dad george and sister katie. >> that looks nice. where are they? producer joanna and dad john. >> meteorologist and her dad norman. again, why are they on boats. >> i know. god, i'm jealous. maybe i should be a writer. >> that's for sure. >> that was great. okay. lets gorick. tell us how father's day weather is going to look. >> so much fun to see everybody's father. maria looks just like her dad. such a great looking picture. take a look at the weather maps. talking about fires across areas of colorado. take a look at the maps. can you see temperatures out there still warm but we're going to see conditions improving just a little bit. that means we got a little moisture moving in, fires around colorado springs. we had the chance for some
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showers. that certainly helps, more moisture in the air helps. also a chance for thunderstorms. some of that lightning could spark fires, a risk we start to run this time of year across the rockies. a little more moisture moving in, fire conditions get a little worse by the time we get to wednesday of this coming week but a good couple days. northeast, scattered showers, a little cloud cover. not a wash out for anybody but we will see scattered showers for the day down across the southeast same story, garden variety summer thunder pop-up storms. temps into the 90s. into the northern plains, we could see severe weather acrokc nebraska and west, mostly plenty of sunshine and warm temps. back to you inside. >> looks like beautiful weather for my daughter today. she lives in northern california. >> that's very nice. is your daughter named jessica. >> you knew that. i have two daughters jessica and jill. >> i believe one of them is on the phone right now. hi, jessica. >> hey, happy father's day.
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>> thank you, jessica. it's awfully early, 4:30 in the morning. bet you love this call. >> oh, my gosh. anything for you, dad. i wanted to be the first one to wish you a very happy father's day. >> oh, my gosh. who has a tissue. >> jessica, tell us a little about what mike was like as a father. we only know him as our co-anchor. he's hilariously funny, unpredictable. was he like that as a father? >> absolutely. he was the best dad ever, still is the best dad ever. as you can tell he's a wonderful grandfather as well to little teddy, our daughter. growing up, he was the best, you know. >> jess. >> yes. >> we're looking at the dorky picture. >> are those mom jeans. >> oh, no. who is wearing the mom jeans, me? >> all of you. all are wearing mom jeans including your dad. >> is it a mullet. >> oh, my god. >> wow. >> wow, look at that guy.
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>> again, who has the mullet, me or him? >> your dad does. i didn't know your dad used to be in wham. >> george michael here. >> george michaels brother. >> he looks just like him. >> this is a family reunion. i drug you, 105 in washington, i said, you've got to learn history. arlington national cemetery. look at their faces. >> look thrilled. i think she's passed out on the right. >> many memorable road trips. >> was he an overprotective dad? did he show up at the door with a shotgun when you brought a girl -- a guy home? what was he like, strict? >> you know what, just the right amount of strict. limits but also just the guy you wanted to have fun with as well. he was the perfect mix. >> jess, remember when we'd get if the car and spy on your
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boyfriend? >> yes. >> that's why. that makes sense. >> yes. he was definitely the dad where you tell them all about the boyfriend and he would absolutely load up in the suv in high school with a load of my girlfriends and we would drive around the neighborhood spying on our boyfriends. he was the dad that would do that for us. >> oh, my gosh. jessica, these are great photos. i want to just cancel the rest of the programming for the rest of the show and look at these old photos. >> i wish i could see. i wish i could see what you guys are looking at. keep showing them and have a great father's day, dad. >> thanks, jess. i'll call you after the show. give a kiss to teddy. >> i love you. >> love you, too. >> you're a softie. >> stop it. stop it. there must be another shot you could be on right now. >> it's onions. we had onions here earlier. >> so great to talk to your
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daughter. >> my gosh. my daughter jill lives in kansas city and i'll talk to her after the show, too. she's also great. >> thanks so much for sharing that. >> thank you for doing that. lets get to headlines right now. we'll tell you what else is happening. this is new this morning. president george w. bush home safely at his ranch after a scare in the sky. we just learned a plane he was on was diverted after the pilot smelled smoke. it was forced to make an emergency landing in kentucky, then rerouted from philadelphia to dallas. no word on what happened. we'll bring you more when we have it. an 18-day protest in turkey. police fired water cannons and tear gas to clear out a park in istanbul. dozens were injured. started as an environmental
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protest. the park is sealed off. the protesters say they will not stop their fight. are college kids ditching dorms for upscale luxury housing, spas, tanning beds and fireplaces are some of the perks of off campus living. developers say they are trying to keep up with competition. real estate says business is booming because enrollment is up at colleges and housing demands are growing. academics do not like it saying it takes away from the college experience. meanwhile lets go over to mike. >> thank you,allie. happy father's day to all the fathers out there. a top gift for dads on father's day is sometimes a digital camera. i would like to have that. what a perfect occasion to take family photos. some great and simple tips to help dad create memorable moments. president of unique photo in new jersey. hi, matt, how are you? happy father's day. a lot of guys open up, a camera.
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instantly you take a picture of the kid. >> first natural thing to do, you go out, put the camera together, take a picture of the kids and end up doing something like that. >> a lot of us take bad photos. lets go through tips for the perfect photo. the first one, lovely and all that. you don't need the stop sign and car in the background and that kind of stuff. >> what goes wrong. we live in a 3d world and a picture is 2d, so you tend to not see those things in the background, and when it compresses together you end up with a stop sign or arrow pointing at a child. in this one they have antlers. >> out of the kid's head. framing, take a minute to look at the subject matter. >> frame your picture always. >> here is the second example, same girls. now, that's lovely, too. are you saying it's still bad framing, though. >> i think you can do better. it's a decent picture.
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dirt in focus, branch above in focus, a little far from the subject. it's hard to see eye color. you want to get in tighter. it's not bad but you can do better. >> you're not taking a picture of the trees. you're taking a picture of these two daughters. >> that's right. lets get in closer on them. >> this picture is the typical picture you see taken with this camera, i brought in one of the most popular sold, one of the lightest, fastest cameras out there. it comes with a standard lens, 18 to 55 liens, doesn't get a wide apeture. this is a 15 millimeter lens, it allows to you refocus the background. look at the third picture. what happens, you get in tighter, defocus the background and subject becomes the main part. >> i'm seeing that there. same trees. they are kind of blurry. these two faces are absolutely clear. >> look how much tighter we are on the subjects in that case.
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you can see their smiles, eye color, really see the expression on their faces. you really need a prime lens to do that. >> what's your website. >> unique photo.com. if you go to uniquephoto.com/fox, all the tips there are and where to buy this and all the other good stuff there, too. >> good job. how about this, news of the nsa whistleblower has many outraged. snowden is not the first to leak government secrets. will history tell how this will play out? our next guest says yes. he's going to weigh in. something wrong with this picture, matt. the huge spelling fail, setting a bad example for a future generation. [ children laughing ]
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the nsa whistleblower has many outraged. edward snowden is not the first to leak government secrets. even the past leaker of the pentagon papers penned a piece writing, quote, in my estimation there been a more important leak than snowden's.
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history tell us, will new case, how will it play out. here is nick. how are you? >> good to see you. >> ellsberg, he leaks pentagon papers, which makes nixon look terrible about vietnam. then that created the unit. he went after leaks trying to plug them and you had watergate. what happened actually happened to ellsberg. >> he worked for the pentagon. he leaks the pentagon papers not really to get at nixon because but remember pentagon papers talked about early involvement in vietnam which implicated kennedy and johnson. then nexton took it as an outrage, created the unit, as you eveningsed, went after him. they broke into a psychiatrist's office to get reports on him. they really tried to discredit him. what ultimately happened, he was the first indicted under the espionage act. because nexton tried to break in and get evidence, the case was dismissed and he got off scott-free.
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it was the first big leak in the country's history where there was true outrage but nothing became of is because of nixon. >> along the same lines you have deep throat. everybody knows about deep throat but no one knew who that was until a few years ago. who was deep throat and was he ever punished? >> no. again, deep throat was never punished. if you remember, he was a character in woodward and bernstein's book, "all the president's men" and the reporting. he to remain anonymous until outed because at the time if he had come forward as a source, he was the number two guy in the fbi, it would have created a lot of outrage. even in the time of watergate when trusting government was low, there was still this need to be anonymous about leaking. as a country we still weren't comfortable with high government officials leaking information. so he remained anonymous until a couple of years ago when he was revealed and people said, you're a hero.
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forty years ago i don't know if he would have been viewed as a hero. >> ben franklin was a leaker apparently. i did not know this. what did he leak and what happened with that? why did he leak something? >> franklin is actually our first original leaker, believe it or not. in early 1770s, he was in england as a representative of the government. the royal governor of massachusetts, which was appointed by parliament wanted to crack down on colonist and be more forceful with the military. he got letters showing that and leaked them. he wanted people in boston to know the world governor, not england, was being tough. it had the opposite effect, created outrage among colonists and fueled revolution. so franklin's strategic leak back fired completely on him. >> unbelievable. just goes to show you, trust is everything. if you don't have credibility you don't have anything. thank you very much. >> thank you guys. >> okay.
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who said nice guys finish last? tim tebow landed a spot on new england patriots because of his great attitude? our next guest with that. >> i want to give a shout out to my father doug mccain for father's day. hey, dad, i want you and miss y can't wait to see you again. look after mom and bailey and i'll see you when i get home next year. thank you. . we all have one. that perfect spot. a special place we go to smooth out the ripples of the day. it might be off a dock or on a boat.
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this is right up your alley, football talk. >> whoever said nice guys finish last? must not have meant tim tebow. new england patriots' owner bob kraft is applauding his spirituality and great attitude with a spot on his team now. >> nathan whitaker is the co-author of "through my eyes,"
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and he is with us this morning. welcome to the program. okay. so why -- all the other teams didn't seem to want to hire tim tebow. why the patriots, do you think? >> you know, i think there were a couple of things that made him a good fit for new england. one is bill belichick is a master of finding guys who are good football players who want to win games and using them in unique and creative ways. and other teams have been locked into trying to make tim exactly who they want him to be. and coach belichick has been good at doing just the opposite, of taking their talents and making that work. the other thing is as bob kraft, the owner of the patriots, noted, his wife, longtime humanitarian before she passed in the last couple of years, did a lot for new england and that community. and mr. kraft, i think, was enamored with the fact that tim is focused on that. and that's very important to him. >> and nathan, it seems like some of the other teams didn't want the controversy that may come with tim tebow. but bob kraft didn't see it as controversy. >> right.
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you know, from an ownership standpoint, from mr. kraft's standpoint, certainly not a controversy. when you look at the things that make tim controversial, always saying the right thing, always doing the right thing. being in the right place at the right time, not getting into trouble. those things are sadly controversial at times with folks. but the other thing that also new england, with bill belichick, is just immune to, you know, if anybody decided to take out a billboard, if anybody decided to pick it and suggest that tim should play over tom brady, which i'm not sure that anybody's going to be racing to do that, even though people do love tim, you know, coach belichick's just immune to that. he's not ever going to fall subject to what the folks say out there. >> look what bob kraft had to say, the owner. having tim tebow on this team, he's someone who believes in spirituality. he's very competitive, works hard, has a great attitude. he's a winner. there are plenty of people who
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are successful in the nfl who don't have great character. character matters that much, nathan? >> you know, i think it does, mike. i've spent a lot of time with tony dungy. and one of the things tony said was, he wasn't always necessarily looking for choir boys, although he tried to look for guys who did the right thing. but at some point character is manifested on the field. that if you're not in the right place, if i can't rely on you to be in the right place on friday night, can i rely on you to be in the right place on fourth and one around the goal line? >> that good character spreads to the other teammates. it's going to be so interesting to see how belichick uses him. he normally has great success, you know, with reclamation projects. nathan, congratulations. i hear you're writing a book with tony dungy. come back on the show when that's done. >> great. thank you. i will. the nsa data grab has everyone talking, but what is former vice president dick cheney saying about it? chris wallace is here with a big preview to his interview. kanye west celebrating his first father's day just in time.
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now. >> i do. ♪ good morning, everybody. thanks so much for joining us on this father's day. great to have you in for clayton. >> it's only 8:00 eastern time, and i've already cried. >> you missed it. it was a very touching moment. jesse, we're going to try to do the same thing to you. >> yeah, i'm going to try not to cry, though. >> we'll see. >> okay, we will see. will i cry? meantime, let's talk about the news that's just come out today. yesterday the nsa had released to congress more information about the massive surveillance program because everybody's saying, does it really work? has it really caught terrorists? >> is it worth it? >> is it worth it? they claim that this big p.r.i.s.m. program has helped thwart potential terror attacks here in the u.s. we know about the new york subway bombing plot. but now they say also 20 other countries, though they haven't given us many other details. >> dana perrino was saying this
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the other day, the spokesman for president bush. she wants to defend this program, but she doesn't know how because the administration now is not helping her. they're not giving anybody information to allow the defenders on the right and the left to help defend the program. >> let's say this snowden spilled the beans during the bush administration. >> oh, boy. >> how would this be different? i don't think people would be -- i don't think there would be a hubbub like there is now because president bush, i believe in the patriot act, it is what it is. we enacted it. now let's go use it. let's do this. >> and the mood in the days after 9/11 was possibly much more trusting of government. >> yeah. >> than today amid all the scandals. >> and there weren't that many scandals. >> right, you have the irs scandal, benghazi, eric holder tapping a fox news reporter's phone and deceiving congress when asked about it point blank. you didn't really have that kind of, you know, credibility crisis during the bush administration the way you have right now. >> sarah palin was appearing at
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the faith and freedom conference. and she talked about this program as well. >> our government spied on every single one of your phone calls, but it couldn't find two pot-smoking deadbeat bostonians with a hotline to terrorist central in chechnya. really? and it's built apparatus to sneak into all of the good guys' communications, but whoopsy daisy, it missed the fort hood mass murder of our own troops despite this islamic terrorist declaring his ideology in numerous army counseling sessions and on his own business cards. but whoops, no red flags there. whoopsy. really? and our government passing something called obamacare, but the affordable care act. i'll repeat that, the affordable
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care act. and its chief result, making our health care premiums enormously unsustainably more expensive about death panels to boot and now hiring up to 16,000 to 20,000 perhaps armed irs agents to implement this act. >> a couple points of clarification there. she used the 16,000, 20,000 new agents. that number different fact check organizations have said that that number is too high. it won't be that high. in fact, foxnews.com says it's about 2,000 new employees. but in addition, the death panels that she raised again, the end-of-life planning has been spiked from obamacare. >> right. >> particularly because she raised it years ago, and everybody was worried about that, that doctors would be too embroiled in your personal decisions. so they've gotten rid of the end-of-life planning from obamacare. >> right. and drilling down on two really specific things she said. the boston bombers were calling chechnya, okay?
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the fort hood shooter was e-mailing with al awlaki, that radical cleric in yemen. where was p.r.i.s.m. and surveillance there? seems to me they're looking at these things after the fact instead of preemptively. >> i mean, we don't know. we're not privy to the percentage of success that the nsa is talking about either. >> but they do say that they are trying to get these things declassified so that we can have more information and perhaps know whether to be for it or against it. right now we have little dribs and drabs coming out. 2010 terrorist attacks thwarted. that sounds good. who were the terrorists? we need more information. >> sarah palin will be on "fox & friends" at 8:00 tomorrow morning. watch for that. meanwhile, let's get to your headlines. north korea, while you were sleeping, the country's national defense commission said it wants to have high-level peace talks with the united states. many are surprised by the development considering the
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recent threats north korea has made to launch a nuclear attack. critics say north korea wants to come across as cooperative so they'll be given economic aid. and the search continues this morning for 20-year-old university of chicago student and storm chaser austin hudson lepore. he went missing last wednesday. his family says they think he went out to track the violent storm that rolled through the midwest last week. chicago police officials say they're setting up a dive team to search lake michigan. his disappearance comes days after another university of chicago student went missing. here's what happens when a pilot tries to wing it. he loses a wing. this is a brazilian t.a.m. plane, and it was trying to park at jfk airport without a ground crew to guide it. the wing hit the hangar. and you can see the red tip got stuck on the side of the building. one worker on the plane had a panic attack and was treated by ems. no one else was hurt. mike, this is your favorite story. >> sure. kim kardashian now a new mom. the reality star gave birth to a girl in los angeles just in time
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to celebrate father's day with her boyfriend, kanye west. he reportedly canceled an appearance at his own cd release party. yeah. >> what? he's that committed to this baby? >> yes. he was by her side as the baby arrived five weeks early. both mom and daughter are doing very well, they say. the couple has not announced the name of this baby girl, but i'm sure we'll get it soon. >> five weeks early is nothing to, you know, overlook. >> there were concerns. everything's going okay right now. >> we hope everything's fine. >> those are your headlines. tell us about the weather. >> do they still call them cds? well, it said "album" in the discriminate, and i know that's wrong. >> eight-track in. >> let us know. so and so has a new whatever coming out. what is it? >> i don't know. i just steal it from the internet. >> you download it. a baby and a cd. >> anyway, there you go.
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east coast, looking good. we do have showers across parts of the ohio valley stretching across down towards that mid-mississippi river valley. none of it is all that strong. maybe a little more heavy this morning, and then it will loosen up a little in the afternoon. here's some showers moving across parts of the high plains. it's good. we need any moisture we can get across that area. we'll have a little more today. west, looking good. maybe a few light showers in the pacific northwest. for the most part, west coast, you're looking great. here's where we have the chance of severe weather across the plains. some of that moisture will move in across places around colorado springs. so that helps with firefighting efforts and the drought we have. it also comes at a price with severe weather. certainly hail i think today and wind, maybe an isolated tornado or two, but nothing that's going to be all that significant. temperaturewise today, looking like this. we're warm across the high plains again. dallas, you're 95 degrees. 87 in atlanta. so it's warm and sticky. tomorrow, we remain warm here across the south. and we'll be only cool across
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the far northern plains and great lakes. all right, guys. what's all the -- >> laughing? >> -- the laughing going on over there? >> we were talking about ties, actually. and father's day. that's the notorious standard of gifts on father's day. getting another tie. >> you don't like that? >> no. in fact, it reminds me "the cosby show" years ago. he put on all the stuff -- the dad put on the stuff, mr. huxtable, that he got for father's day. didn't like any of it. >> are these serious presents? i'm telling you, last year, i sat in the living room all father's day, children walked past. hi, dad. nice to see you. hello, dad. somewhere around 4:00, somebody said, is the mall still open? >> so you know what? if you're bob beckle, you want suspenders. suspenders is the way to go. >> he wears them well. >> he does. >> there's a new study, dads don't want this stuff.
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and i bet youprobably already wrapped up and waiting for him this morning. underwear. i don't want underwear from my daughters. >> no. they say don't buy a grown man underwear. that's weird. also, mugs. your father has a collection of mugs. he doesn't need them. >> wait a second. unless it's a factor mug, a no-spin mug. then maybe get two. >> well played, jesse. well played. >> all goes to charity. >> now, the first one, as i've told you, i think tim and i would look great in are his and her matching track velour brown outfits that i want to wear to the boardwalk next time we're there. i don't know why he's resisting this. >> do you buy, tim, your husband the gift and say it's from the kids? did you do that yet, and why haven't you? >> she can't even say yes. look at her. >> because the kids are making him handmade things. they're young enough, we're still doing the handmade stuff.
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>> i got a letter holder and coin holder made out of popsicle sticks. i still have it. i love it. that's all we want. >> save the receipts, okay? save the receipts. please. >> if there's one bit of advice, save the receipts. they also -- you don't want anything that says "the greatest dad"? >> because the t-shirt never fits. your man boobs show. >> it's too big and you're swimming in it. like you wear it once. and then never again. and then you'll lose it in the laundry. >> here we are. we're screaming at the tv. we don't want gifts -- yeah, we still want gifts. we want nice stuff. >> what is that? >> some kind of techy thing. how about a flat-screen tv. >> yeah, get dad a flat-screen. >> not going to happen. how about i just lay on the couch and drool and drink beer. >> you guys just want free time. >> one day. >> one day of free time. >> you can give us cash. we'll take cash, too. >> you guys are real sentimental fools, huh? >> that's right. >> let us know what you're
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getting your dad or the worst gift you've ever gotten. what's coming up, jesse? >> okay, what's the difference between president obama's spy sta tactics and those in place under president bush? chris wallace sat down with former vice president dick cheney, and he joins us next. what is wrong with that picture right there? you see it? you see what's wrong? >> you know, if one "l" is good, three is better. >> what the "l." setting a bad example for our future generation here? come on. let's learn how to spell. new honey bunches of oats greek yogurt and whole grain. here we go. honey cornflakes and chunks of greek yogurt. i'm tasting both the yogurt and the honey at the same time. i'm like digging this yogurt thing. i feel healthy. new honey bunches of oats greek.
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part of the president's defense against the nsa spy tactics, well, president bush did it first. but is there a difference in these two presidents' tactics? chris wallace sat down with the former vice president under george w. bush, dick cheney, and he joins us now with a preview. hi, chris. >> good morning. no, i haven't sat down with him. i'm going to be sitting down with him at the top of the hour live here in studio. we're very excited. i got the feeling that the vice president's excited about this, too, alison. when we invited him to come talk with us, he was out at his summer home in jackson hole. he got on a plane and has flown to be live here in studio at the top of the hour to talk about this. he, of course, has been one of the big defenders, in fact, one of the architects of the whole idea of government surveillance as a way to fight terrorist ever
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since 9/11 happened. >> you would think, then, he's happy that it has continued under the obama administration, but what's the sense that we're going to hear from him? what are the differences between the two administrations? >> honestly, i don't know. i mean, we'll find out. it will be interesting to hear what he has to say. basically, the program that the president inherited from -- at the end of 2008 is the one that he has continued. now, that's different than the one that the bush administration started. you may remember they had warrantless wiretaps where they didn't have to go to a judge and get approval before they were going to start targeting people. but a lot of that changed in the latter half of the bush administration as we got a little further away from 9/11. the courts got involved, congress got involved, and the administration agreed to have some more outside oversight on the whole thing. now, having said that, president obama says, well, he took a look at what happened, even what he inherited in 2009 and that he
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scrubbed it up, and he put in more safeguards, and it's different. we'll ask dick cheney about that. >> and if you're president obama, chris, and you see dick cheney out there, and if he does defend some of these terror surveillance programs that you've now taken over, do you think the president's base and the democrats want to see someone like dick cheney out there kind of backing the president's tough terror tactics? >> no, it's an interesting question, jesse, and i've thought of that myself. they must figure the last thing they want, particularly from the critics on the left, is to have the endorsement of dick cheney about how good these programs are because that, of course, is one of the complaints about the left wing. and let's be fair, there are people who object to this both on the right, people like rand paul, and mike lee, as well as on the left. but particularly on the left, the good housekeeping seal of approval from dick cheney i think is probably a very dubious distinction. >> chris, as you pointed out,
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this has been going on for a long time, but it seems as though more came to light this past week. we didn't know the scope of it. we didn't know how many of our phone calls were actually being tracked. we didn't know that they were working with facebook and with google and a host of other high-tech companies. i mean, it seems like it has grown exponentially even if maybe that's not the case. >> no, i think it has grown. and certainly in the case of facebook, i mean, let's face it. over the last 10, 12 years since 9/11, there's been an explosion in social media. and so there's a lot more one, communication, and two, information, to be gained from all of those sources. and we'll talk to vice president cheney about that, about the way that this has changed and whether there need to be any reforms. let me also add, i mean, there's a lot of other news in the world. we're also going to talk to dick cheney about the change in the president's policy on syria just announced on thursday night, i guess it was, that the president
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now finally, after two years and 93,000 people being killed, is going to send small arms to the syrian rebels. we'll ask dick cheney, is that enough? was it too little, too late? and we'll also talk about the scandals, the irs and, of course, also benghazi. so it's going to be a very interesting half hour. >> okay. we'll be watching, chris. thanks a lot. >> check your local listings. still to come, the play that shocked major league baseball. ouch! >> back leg expecting impact, and he got -- oh, look out! a shot right back off his head and the throw to first. >> a pitcher hit right in the head by a line drive. we have how he's doing today. and don't get burned this summer. what sunscreen works and what's a waste of money? when we come back. [ children laughing ]
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summer is almost officially here. and if you're planning on spending any time at the beach or the pool, you'll want to make sure you're prepared. >> so when it comes to sunscreen, do you really know what you need to know? why is this so hard? dermatologist dr. gervais gershner is here. i love what you've done with the patio. >> thank you. >> it's very tropical. >> we have some sand here. we'll get a shot of that. welcome. >> thank you. >> how many sunscreen segments have we done over the years? why is this so hard? can you straighten this out for the very last time? >> there's definitely a knowledge gap out there. >> there is. >> yeah, there is. there's a new study out that shows 50% of women give
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themselves a failing grade when it comes to their knowledge to sun protection. >> labels, labels, labels. >> exactly. labels, very simple. there are new guidelines out there. you want to look and make sure something's broad spectrum. that means uva and uvb. so both uva and uvb. >> now it says "broad spectrum." >> look for the word "broad." because that means it's going to protect you against skin cancer and wrinkles. all right? and a sunburn. >> and you don't have to just go high end. which ones are most effective and which ones are least effective? >> exactly. all of these have very affordable. i love this one. this one's $10.99, l'oreal paris. it's a luxurious oil. and again, broad spectrum, but also you want to look at the numbers. so for day to day, walking in the city, spf 15 is perfect. but on a sunny day when we're at the beach, spf 50. >> why don't you just lather on the biggest number? what's wrong with that? >> you know why? because no longer are they waterproof. they're water resistant.
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and they're going to wash off. you're going to get into the water, wipe it off with a towel. you need to reapply it. >> reapply is the key. now, you go to a drugstore like walgreens, let's say. >> exactly. >> can you get good sunscreen in the drugstore? >> you can get fabulous sunscreen at the drugstore. at walgreens, this was ranked very high by consumer reports. it's a continuous spray, great for when you're in sports. >> spray is okay? >> spray is perfectly fine. >> a lot of parents say they don't like the chemicals. >> and there are ways around that, too. alba is one that has no parabens in it. kids like this one, too. my kids like this one because they love the nourishing oil part of it. but, again, you find one that you love. that's also the take-home message. find one that your family loves because if you love it, you'll wear it. >> so the change is water resistant. you see that on the label. broad spectrum. >> yes. >> and -- >> shop at walgreens. >> and shop at walgreens. >> or your local drugstore. >> and reapply the darn stuff.
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>> exactly. you have to reapply it. and then you need enough. you need a shot glass. keep your little shot glass by the pool for many reasons. and you need an ounce. you need an ounce of sunscreen every time you apply it. you need to put it on 30 minutes before you go out in the sun and then you need to reapply it. >> that's the last sunscreen segment we're ever going to do. >> until tomorrow. >> thank you. >> doctor, thanks so much. well, speaking of too much sun, remember the fan mom from new jersey? oh, my gosh, she's in trouble again. but this time it's not for spending so much time in the sun or a tanning bed. >> uh-oh. i can't wait to hear what it is. and what's wrong with this picture? an embarrassing error at the college world series. >> what the -- uh-oh! guess what day it is?? guess what day it is!
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how many times can we say it? but it's worth saying. >> never enough. >> over and over. one of our head writers and good friends, kelly kramer, her dad, bob. hi, bob. >> beautiful. here's our director, scotty, and his dad, bill. oh, they look terrific. >> very nice. >> how about reporter anna coyman along with her dad and the rest of the family. >> beautiful.
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executive producer's husband, dennis, and their son, jackson. oh, gosh, look at how cute they are. >> the baby. lindsay oliver with her brother, mark, and her dad, jack. >> that's great. our producer. that's great. our staff, all very attractive. >> now, it's jesse's turn to cry. jesse's turn to cry. your dad is on the line with us. steven? >> here i am. >> how are you? happy father's day. >> happy father's day to you, jesse, and the whole crew. >> spill the beans. >> tell us what jesse was like growing up. >> oh, how many hours do we have today? >> as much time as you need. >> the pg version, dad. >> jesse, the joy of our lives, however, always with a huge imagination. i wish he had pictures up for you. we have 30 albums filled with jesse's pictures. usually in costume. >> what are you implying?
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that i like to dress up? >> i'm saying that you always wore your spider-man outfit, your batman outfit, incredible hulk outfit. you became a superhero. >> dad, i want to let you know, we have a picture of you up in a bathing suit holding me at the beach here. >> adorable. >> okay? full beard, full hair here. you know, i want to apologize, but i had to blow you up on this because this instance, this is when you took me to the beach when i was a toddler with no sunblock, okay? we don't have the before and after pictures, but i look like a martian. >> another red costume you were putting on. >> that's right. >> i guess what your viewers might know also is that in terms of you growing up, you always were the risk taker. i'm sure the second photo would have been you running to the water, not being a swimmer, but diving in because that's what you always would do. >> that doesn't surprise us. >> i have a risk-taking photo of your son. who would smoke a cigar over
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their freshly born twins? >> jesse watters. >> they have a shot of me with a stogie with the twins in my arm. that was not lit. that was just for effect. >> number one, you're not a smoker. and two, you love to have the image. you love to play the role. >> that is a total phony photo right there, okay? >> i'm not so sure about that. >> that was an exploding cigar. >> mr. watters, it's great to talk to you and to see all of these old pictures. >> i wish i could see more because in terms of those twins, jesse has been so blessed, as we have also, to have found a well. and now being the father that he is, to sophie and ellie. he's a person who can laugh easily but also openly cry easily, too, especially when he's around sophie and ellie. >> dad, don't pour it on too thick. i promised mike that i wouldn't cry. i'm doing my best not to, okay? i just want to wish you a very
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happy father's day. i love you very much. thanks for giving me everything and doing everything for me growing up. i love you. i really appreciate it. and one more thing, you actually jetted off to vacation. you're actually in maine right now. you're not even here for father's day. so you know what i'm going to do. your gift you're going to get on the way back. guess what it is? >> a mug or a shirt? >> a lawn mower, okay? you're getting a lawn mower back that you gave me. >> because we both love to work, right? >> we love to sweat. >> you did a great job. jesse turned out just great. >> thank you. take care. bye-bye. >> that's adorable. you guys are such softies when you talk to your family. >> i need a tissue. >> we'll get that. meanwhile, let's get out to rick. we can all have a little moment. >> mike was trying to make you cry. how many fathers out here? all right. there you go. happy father's day. is this a trip for father's day to new york, anyone? >> not us. >> all right.
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enjoy new york on father's day. take a look at the weather maps. a nice day across the northeast for the most part. there will be scattered showers at times, maybe a quick thunderstorm, but it's not going to be a washout for minimum across the mid-atlantic and northeast today. down to the southeast, kind of the same story. your garden-variety pop-up thunderstorms. a little bit warm and humid. and that's why you'll see some of those storms fire as the day heats up. into the northern plains, in the far north, you're looking good. we will see severe weather across nebraska and kansas. could be a tornado or two. they'll be small today. not looking for a big severe weather outbreak. mostly hail and wind and beneficial rain across areas of kansas. and out across the west, just warm temperatures. 84 in spokanspokane, 105 in tuc. plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures continue. guys, i'll send it back to you inside. >> thanks so much, rick. let's tell you what's happening, if you're just waking up. it looks like a nuclear blast. that's how officials are describing the devastation from a deadly colorado wildfire. that fire is now 55% contained
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at this hour, but look at the damage. this beautiful green neighborhood now completely charred and brown. two people were killed by the fire and nearly 500 homes destroyed. in this neighborhood, only two houses somehow escaped the flames. evacuees are left waiting for answers. >> we want information, when we can get back in, what's burnt, what isn't, you know, real things. >> they're working to figure out if the fire was intentionally set. and a scary moment at the rays/royals baseball game in tampa. watch this. >> back leg expecting impact. oh, look out! a shot right back at cobb off his head. and the throw to first is in time. and alex is straight down. >> eric ausmer smashed a line drive at cobb's head. trainers say he suffered a mild concussi concussion, and all tests came back normal.
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he later tweeted that he was okay. talk about embarrassing. a big typo on top of the third base dugout of the college world series. college has an extra "l" in it there. it could be a bad omen for the team sitting underneath it. louisville used it last night and got shut out by indiana in the opening round. maybe the "l" stands for loss. let's go outside to mike and jesse. >> well, i tell you what, ali, all morning long jesse and i have been saying what we don't want for father's day. i'll tell you what we do want. we want to eat and it's not too late to give your dad a nice brunch. you can do this at home. >> okay. here we are with chef and entertainer george durand. good morning. how you doing this morning? >> very good. i'm a father myself. and what i want for father's day is bacon, chocolate and sausage. >> i love you. i love you. >> absolutely. >> we can do this at your house today. so let's make it fairly easy.
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what do you got? >> everyone has a french toast recipe. what you do is a lot of it tends to be a little soggy, which is perfect for this recipe. and all you're going to do very simply is take some chocolate spread, hazelnut or chocolate spread. >> i've never seen chocolate on french toast. >> low-calorie french toast. >> this depends how much you love your dad. >> trying to kill him. >> then when you put the chocolate on top, you top it with bacon slices, very simply. we're getting better here. i'm telling you, chocolate and bacon are a wonderful combination because you have salt and sweet. >> i like it. >> do you have enough bacon on there, george? >> there's no such thing as too much bacon. >> do you make a sandwich out of it? >> exactly. you add more of this chocolate spread. you close it up. and because this is kind of already cold french toast, you put it in the panini maker right in here. >> look at that. >> and you grill it. i'm telling you, guys, you've got to get the right panini maker, the one that has the
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little notch. >> give me the name of a good one. >> this is from imusa. >> i-m-u-s-a. if i don't have one of these, how can i do this? >> you can do it on a regular frying pane and put another frying pan on top. >> you're about to get your finger cut off. >> no, never. that's a good sign of a good chef is a good finger cut off. the bakeen is really hot. let it cool down a little bit. let's move on to our next one. so what i love about this next one -- let me get the towel here. you can actually make your breakfast in a slow cooker or a rice cooker very simply. we're going to start by scrambling some eggs. go ahead and crack all those eggs in there. >> all of them. >> all of them. mike, we're going to take regular potato hash. this is frozen hash. and just dump it in there. >> i hope you like eggshells in your omelette. >> a little help crunches. it's not a problem. go ahead and throw it all in there. make a layer. very good. once we add one layer of that and a layer of sausage already
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cooked. this is all frozen stuff. you can just add it right in there. dump it in. we're going to mix that a little more. we're going to add cheese in there. about half of that cheese, we'll say the whole thing is fine. >> is that mozzarella? >> yeah, we're going to add that to the rest of the hash. a little more of that. pretty much hash browns, sausage and tomatoes. and then we top it with cheese and flatten it out. you see how simple that is? are you mixing that? >> am i doing this correctly sf. >> that is the slowest beating i've ever seen in my life. >> beat it. >> putting all those ingredients in a row, put them in the slow cooker or rice cooker. pour the eggs in. >> this is the first time i've cooked all year. >> isn't this simple? very simple. you can make this for your dad. it overflows. overflows is a good thing. >> get me out of the kitchen. >> eggs will soak down through all that. >> you love it. you need a good rice cooker as well. and you have this beautiful casserole here. >> come on in. you can't see down on these darn bowls.
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>> look at that. >> look at that. beautiful casserole. and i'm telling you, this is one of the most amazing and simplest dishes to make. two forks for you guys. >> that looks like lasagna. >> isn't that fan tasic? >> aliyson, sorry. >> what? >> and then you've got the n nutella bacon. >> ridiculous. >> bacon, chocolate, french toast. that is going to be the happiest man on earth. >> na na na na na na. >> isn't that fantastic? >> do another one next hour, okay? >> you bet. no, you guys do the tease. i'm sure it won't be a challenge. >> i've got new information about my new girlfriend. >> i've never seen a guest heckle the fans. they're giving it out now. very nice. coming up, the tanning mom is in trouble again. this time it's not for tanning.
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minneapolis-st. paul airport. workers called police. she was not arrested but sent to a temporary detox to sober up. and "superman" continues to soar at the box office. as of last night, the new movie "man of steel" is estimated to have raked in $150 million worldwide to break the weekend box office record, it will have to earn more than $207 million, and that was set by "the avengers" last year. let's go over to jesse. >> yet another sign this morning we're living in an entitlement nation. a new report claims that government spending on food stamps is five times higher than government spending on veteran job training. joining us now, deneen barelli, author of "blacklash." good morning.
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>> good morning. happy father's day. >> thank you very much. food stamps have exploded under president obama since 2009 at the end of the bush administration. 20 million more americans have been added to the food stamp rolls. do you think there's a political agenda behind the president's push for more food stamp recipients? >> no, i absolutely do. i think it's buying votes with food stamps. and the left is pushing this agenda extensively. and where you'll have freebies for people and then they'll vote for the left. but this is obama's agenda. he has been pushing this effort, trying to make people more dependent on government instead of people being self-sufficient and standing on their own. the advertising spending is through the roof with these ads. in 2011, $41 million of our tax money was used for advertising to get more people dependent on the government. it's really outrageous. >> yeah, they actually have one of the ads right here. let's take a look at it. >> becomes more challenging, if you're unemployed or working but have trouble making ends meet,
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food stamps can help. even if you own a home or have savings, you may qualify. to check your eligibility for food stamps, health insurance and other programs, visit mybenefits.ny.gov. it's a quick, easy, confidential way to get help. >> now, newt gingrich called president obama the food stamp president. and he was criticized for doing so. but president obama's now spending millions of dollars trying to recruit people. do you think the president's proud that he's adding to the food stamp rolls? >> again, he believes in redistribution. he believes more in the power of the government than in the power of individuals. i mean, look at our seniors, for example. they should be comfortable with their lifestyle from when they've saved money to prepare for the future. but unfortunately, our advertising for food stamps, targeting senior does citizens g food stamp parties. seniors are already being
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squeezed with high gas prices. >> a candle and government cheese? >> really, that's what they did. >> the point is is to get americans off food stamps, not celebrate it. celebrate it.
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we're not talking about the couch. here to fill us in on some of our nation's most remarkable park packages is courtney scott. great to see you. >> great to see you. >> national parks is the way to go this summer. what's so great about them? >> they are. it's a beautiful way to spend the time with your family outdoors, soak up the summer sun and really have a once in a lifetime experience. not, all national parks are rustic. you don't have to rough it. for example, we're starting in washington, dc. $392, you're staying at the omni. it's an elegant hotel right off of rock creek park. >> rock creek park is spectacular. it's one of the things that makes washington, dc so beautiful. there's a lot to discover there. >> that's right. an urban escape. 32 acres for hiking, and it's also free to the public. free planetarium for the kids, and the thompson boat center, bring your kayaks and enjoy the park. >> it's terrific. the next one you're suggesting sounds fabulous, volcanos
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national park. >> that's right. it's summer. you want to be on an island. the big island of hawaii, the sheraton kona, it's $1, 007 for four nights. it's the closest to volcano national park. take a two-hour scenic road trip, then hit the crater rim drive. beautiful vistas, lava, incredible experience. hawaii. you can't beat it. >> first, let's stop at golden gate national park. >> another urban escape, a beautiful hotel. it's the galleria park boutique hotel right off of union square, and golden gate, it's not always great weather in san francisco, so when it is, hit this park. alcatraz is there, muir woods, beautiful on every level. a great deal. >> then if you have more money to spend, let's go to wyoming. grand titan park. >> you can stay at the snake river lodge and spa.
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expect in summertime to see bears, bald eagles, elk, and of course some scenic road trips with the family. a photographer's dream, and if it gets too hot, fly fishing for everyone. it's an incredible escape, a really great value. peak season, so this is a good deal. >> gosh, it really is. courtney scott, thanks so much for giving us this little break from mid town manhattan. great to see you. >> thanks. meanwhile, researchers reveal a scary fact. we're easily manipulated by search engines and we don't even know it. how that could be used to win elections at the top of the hour. what makes your family smile? backflips and cartwheels. love, warmth. here, try this. backflips and camm, ok!s. ching! i like the fact that there's
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did did did did did did did is . good morning, everyone. today is sunday, june 16th. happy father's day. i'm alisyn camerota. the irs busted for targeting conservatives. that could cost obama care big bucks. why congress may not write a check for the president's health
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care law. we'll explain. and brand new documents the white house calls proof that the nsa spy tactics are a good thing for stopping terror attacks. if that's the case, why did they miss the boston bombers or the fort hood shooter. >> hi, everybody. i'm mike in for clayton. happy father's day. in honor of father's day, classic movie moments. >> i'm sorry. what did you say? >> i'm getting married. >> oh, no. she's getting married. we reveal our favorite films for father's day. "fox & friends", our fourth hour on a sunday, starts right now. ♪
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>> welcome back, everyone. this is a look at mid town manhattan. great to see you guys. happy father's day. >> hi, everybody. > >> alisyn: come on down. we have brunch food for dads. >> i've got brunch on my pant leg. it's all over the place. >> you really did. >> jesse is in for tucker today and mike is in for clayton. good working with you guys. happy father's day. >> thank you very much. >> meanwhile, let's talk about what's happening for the past couple of weeks and all the scandals that have broken out in washington, dc and whether or not they'll have any effect on the affordable care act also known as obama care. president obama had wanted congress to pass more money for his health care plan, something like between a 6 and 14% increase for the irs. >> the irs has to enforce obama care, right? >> that's right. >> that's right. you know what they actually discovered, when they were billing millions of dollars to the conferences that had line dancing and elvis impersonators.
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when they were asked about it, the irs said they can't find the receipt. if you can't get the receipt and you're the irs, how are you supposed to enforce one of the biggest pieces of legislation in the last decade. >> they want us to present our receipts. where are theirs? the irony. >> the funding of obama care is affected if you can't trust the irs or other agencies. will that play into senator and congress people's minds when they think about this? it's all part of trying to do all this when big government is involved. it's what sarah palin addressed just the other day. >> when our founders declared our independence, they pointed to a long train of abuses, from a distant, arrogant, and dictatorial government. that train is leaving the station again, and the challenge now is first to see it for what it is and then to stop it in its tracks. the problem isn't bureaucrats in
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cincinnati going rogue, and it's not honest reporters and their parents being targeted for just doing their jobs, and it's not 20 somethings security contractors leaking government documents. the problem is government grown so big that it intrudes into every aspect of our lives. it's grown so arrogant that it thinks that we work for it instead of it working for us. >> and you know that will be a topic of conversation tomorrow morning. yes, governor palin will join "fox & friends" tomorrow starting at 8:00 in the morning. >> for an entire hour, 8 to 9, so tune in for that. all right. meanwhile, let's talk about the latest information just out today about the big nsa surveillance program. the nsa has now released more information to the senate which has then made some of it public because they know the people want to know what exactly the surveillance program has solved. has it cracked down on terror
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attacks? they now say that yes, it has, and the terror attacks were thwarted in at least 20 countries including here in the u.s. >> we'd like to trust the government. we hope they protect us from terrorists, but when you have a credibility crisis now with the irs scandal, rosen, benghazi, when they're collecting all of this personal e-mail and communication, what are they doing with it? >> without all those scandals, do you think it will be an easier pill to swallow that we're being spied on? >> after 9/11 there was intensity in the country about protecting us. ten years later, it's not there so much.ore concerned about civil liberties and also massive government abuse of power. >> one of the things they admitted today is they keep the records for five years. >> and then throw them out. >> and then throw them out, supposedly. >> that's what they say. >> i don't know if that's supposed to comfort or terrify us. is it important to keep them for
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five years? it's hard to know all of this without context. that's why congress is saying they're pressing to declassify some of this information in the coming week or so from the nsa so we can get more information. >> i think every day citizens are not absorbing this as well as they would have years ago because of the scandals. >> jesse, you talk to people on the street all the time. >> i'm actually going to talk to people on the street now. >> beware, here comes jesse waters, people. >> all right. so let me ask you this. this nsa surveillance situation, how concerned are you that the government is using this information effectively to protect against terrorists or do you think they're maybe using it in some political ways? >> i hope they're not using it in political ways, but i hope it does thwart some terrorism. >> let me ask you over here. when you make a phone call, you e-mail a friend or something like that, who do you think listens to that?
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>> i don't know. >> i mean, one thing your mother might look at your facebook page. if it was the federal government, how concerned are you about that? >> concerned, i guess. >> what about you? >> i'm pretty concerned about it. i'm pretty concerned that they're in our business. >> okay. >> is this something that you think needs to be investigated more fully because right now the fbi is looking into it? there's multiple things on the hill going on? do you trust the government to investigate itself? >> no, i don't. i think they -- i don't know if they need to do any more investigating. it seems like all they do is investigate in washington, dc. >> okay. well, watch what you say on the internet and on the phone, thank you guys very much. >> another aspect of it. we're investigating each other so much through all these scandals, are we getting any work done? >> there are a lot of congressional committees set up. we don't necessarily have a lot of answers but they're tasked with finding and hopefully in
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the next few answers. >> as everybody pointed out, it will be helpful to hear from the president about what we're doing in terms of all of these various directions we're taking. in the meantime, we'll get to headlines. just moments ago the white house responding to north korea's sudden interest in high level peace talks, and national security council spokesperson said the u.s. will keep an open line of communication with north korea only if it adheres to un regulation. the white house says north korea will ultimately have to denuclearize before it can truly believe in its peace efforts. there's been another mid air scare. this time a new york bound flight was intercepted by british fighter jets and escorted to scotland after a threatening note was found on board. a passenger found the note in a bathroom and it said, quote, i'll set this plane on fire, end quote, and it listed a seat number. the pilot diverted the flight to scotland where the plane was
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isolated and surrounded by police. the plane sat on the tarmac for three hours while police investigated and interviewed more than 300 passengers. no arrest have been made. well, the search continues this morning for 20-year-old university of chicago student and storm chaser austin hudson who went missing last wednesday. his family said they think he went out to track the violate storm that rolled through the midwest last week. chicago police officials are setting up a dive team to search lake michigan. his disappearance comes days after another university of chicago student went missing. let's talk golf. ali. phil mickelson chasing his first ever u.s. open championship after many second places throughout his career. on saturday the 17th hole, he rolls in a birdie putt to take the outright lead. he's going into the lead under par, 1 under par. he could be celebrating father's day with a victory and a couple kids.
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by the way, it also happens to be his birthday. he would finally get his first u.s. open. is it going to go in? they say the hard metal flag stick at the marion course in philadelphia was to blame for that. normally -- he could, actually. >> sometimes the poles give a little bit more, but at that particular course, they're very firm steel sticks. >> good to know. >> thank you. >> use that later today. >> thanks so much. let's go over to rick reichmuth and see how your father's day is shaping up. >> ali, there will be a quiz on that on the poles on different golf courses coming up soon. all right. take a look at the weather map. a pretty nice father's day in general for almost everybody. here's your temps as you wake up this morning. 80s down across the central gulf. a little warm and humid. because of that we'll see scattered showers popping up throughout the afternoon. for this most part as you're starting your day, a bit of cloud cover across the ohio valley. a lot of the moisture not making
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its way to the ground. that's good news. we'll see some of these scattered showers. in the west you're looking great. plenty of sunshine again and temps remain very, very warm. there will be a threat for some severe weather today from around nebraska towards oklahoma and western areas of kansas and parts of texas as well. any kinds of severe weather will be hail and wind, maybe a small tornado, but some beneficial rain. that's the important part there. here's your high temperatures for your day today. 100 degrees in el paso. 108 in phoenix. 88 in kansas city. and a nice 65 up in caribou, maine. >> did i tell you my daughter lives in kansas city, my other daughter, jill, that we didn't talk to? >> let's call her. >> i love you too, jill. >> let's call her. what's coming up. you know google is a powerful company, but powerful enough to sway an election if you manipulate people a little bit? our next guest says oh, yeah, and he can prove it. forget bunk beds and
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cafeteria food. some college students are living a life of luxury. did you have a pool, tanning bed, or fireplace in your dorm room? >> mine was like a jail cell. >> it was, actually. >> they locked you up. >> yeah. >> hi, everybody. ♪ aut
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>> we all know how powerful google can be. did you ever think it could be powerful enough to swing an election? dr. robert epstein, senior research psychologist, uncovered how search engine results could put democracy at risk. good morning, doctor. >> good morning, jesse. >> so let's break this down. if you go to google and you type obama, certain results will pop up and the ones are higher and then it goes lower, lower, lower. the ones that are higher are more important. what effect does that have? >> well, we know from research on consumer behavior that the higher the search results, the more people trust it, and that's a very big, big effect, and that's why companies now spend $20 billion a year in north america to try to push their product and services up higher
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because people really trust those high entries, so you know, we ask well, since people trust them so much, could we alter the way people would vote just by putting high entries that favor one candidate that make one candidate look good and the other one bad? you know, i thought we'd get a really small effect. we got a huge effect. we can actually push votes one way or the other by 15% or more just by altering search rankings and even more scary, we can do it in a way so that no one knows they're being manipulated. >> that's amazing especially how close elections are. google donates heavily to president obama, collaborates with the nsa. the ceo of google visited the white house on a number of occasions. are you worried this is a dangerous influence in the american electorate and have you asked people about it?
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>> well, i'm extremely worried because google, of course, is dominant here. in many countries around the world, google has no competitor whatsoever, so in other words, whether google is doing this or not, they have the power over time to change the face of government in democracies around the world, so i'm very concerned. >> okay. well, google says they like transparency. we'd like some answers from google about what kind of algorithms they're using and if there's any influence whatsoever. thank you very much, doctor. >> you're very welcome. hurricane sandy destroyed their home and turned their plan for a dream wedding into a nightmare, but thanks to the generosity of others, they were able to say "i do". hear their story ... next. what's your favorite father's day movie? we'll tell you which ones makes us kno nostalgic. ♪
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these could be signs of rare but serious side effects. is your cholesterol at goal? ask your doctor about crestor. [ female announcer ] if you can't afford your medication, astrazeneca may be able to help. >> time for your news by the numbers. the father's day edition. 70.1 million. that's about how many facts there are in the u.s. that's nothing compared to the nearly 85 million moms out there. next. 176,000. that's the number of stay at home dads last year in the country. that number has doubledd over the last decade. dads now account for 3% of all stay-8-home parents. finally, nienl 95 million,s how many fact father's day carde given in 2012, making it the fourth largest card-sending
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occasion. well, a tree gross in brooklyn. apparently out of the cement in meant as well. hi, ali. >> good to see you. >> a happy couple, samantha and christopher, they had -- oh, such a wedding planned, a destination wedding in aruba. doesn't that sound great? then a hurricane ruined everything. remember sandy from about eight and nine months ago? their home blown away. look at that mess. now you've got to save the money, fix up the house. there goes the destination wedding in aruba. that just stinks. >> less than a year later, they got their fairy tale ending, thanks to the generosity of local vendors who had been so touched by their story and joining us now are newly woods samantha and chris. welcome, guys. >> you got married anyway. >> we did. >> yeah. how did it >> once your home was destroyed by sandy and you didn't have the money for the wedding, who all
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came together to make it happen? >> so after the storm i had entered a contest through theknot.com to win a dream wedding. i was like our luck can't get any worse, so this may lead us somewhere. >> you won? >> we didn't win. >> it went to a vote, we didn't win the vote. the pr director for the knot just, you know, fell in love with us and wanted to make sure that she didn't leave us out in the dust after everything, and she managed to pull a bunch of people together using her contacts. >> it looked like a beautiful ceremony. i know it's not aruba and all that, but you got married, chris. >> it actually felt like aruba. it was 95 degrees. it was really hot. >> stuff like this sometimes tears a couple apart. what happened with you. >> it actually brought us closer. >> you think? >> i do. >> how so? >> we just kind of went out on the front porch and sat there in
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shock and said we've got to start cleaning and get >> we made it through. we felt bad for you, so we dumped the sand on the cement. we would like to have you share your money moon right here. >> oh, yeah. >> is this good enough. >> once again, the ceo of aruba
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tourism, come in here and stand here and tell us the expression surprise that we have for this couple now. >> good morning. i'm the ceo of the aruba tourism. on behalf of the island of aruba, we would like to surprise you with an all expenses paid honeymoon to aruba. >> oh, my gosh. >> we know you had your dream wedding planned on our island, and we learned about it and we were deeply moved by that. >> she's a cry baby. >> yeah. >> it's been very emotional the past couple of weeks. that's wonderful. thank you so much. >> you get to spend four nights on the island and the ocean front all inclusive where you have unlimited access to the beach, the restaurants, the multiple pools and bars, and we would love to personally take you around the island. >> wow. >> and offer you an offroad
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adventure on the island where you get to see some of the desserdesert and interior of the island. >> mike and i are coming along. >> wonderful. >> you're more than welcome to join us. >> so you gotta choose right now. is it this sand pile or aruba? >> aruba! >> thank you so much. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >> have a great life together. >> thank you guys. >> best of luck to you guys. thank for sharing your story with us. have a great time in aruba. send us a picture. >> thank you, we will. >> thanks so much. >> all right. coming up, are you being forced to defend your religion rights because of obama care? is that fair. father john is here to weigh in. forget the cinder block walls and twin beds you shared with your roommate in college.
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college kids are tanning and have pricey posh new digs. how is that possible, and where is it happening? ♪
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look at that. our tech man is here. hey, mario, and his son. >> it's beautiful. beautiful. >> our production assistant is here with her dad. a good looking family. >> producer marissa dunn with her dad john. >> this is one of our producers with her step mom and dad. >> our producer, megan and her dad and her family. >> and senior producer gavin and his sons gavin and cole. >> oh, my gosh. >> look at that. >> cole is a newbie pretty much. he's right in there with his older brother. >> our producer of this hour, brian and his dad mike. hand some men. look at them. there he is. >> wave, brian. >> there he is.
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>> something is brinking. hit a different button, brian. >> here we go. alisyn, we have your husband tim on the phone. welcome to the program, tim. >> good morning. >> hi, honey. >> how are you? >> i'm well. happy father's day. >> thank you. >> tim is a wonderful father, and tim is on duty while i am at work all weekend every weekend. tim does incredible things with our kids. he's the coach of their soccer team. yesterday was their final game of the season, and they won, and you can see tim there. that's an action shot. >> sure. >> action shot. >> he's walking. >> i took these shots so they leave a lot to be desired. >> thank you. >> you really stink at photography. >> tim, what's happening at home today? >> just working through the to-do list you left me. >> have you seen the kids this morning? >> do you know where they are? >> they've been fed. i made a father's day omelette. >> did it have chocolate and
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bacon in it? did you follow the rules? >> exactly. yeah. everything has to be fried, right? >> yes. >> and tim is a lover of bacon, of course, but no. tim is -- my hat is off to tim because he's on duty all weekend. he's taking the kids to sporting events, making them breakfast and lunch and i come home and have to immediately go to bed because i'm exhausted t exhaustr show. he's a great father every day of the week. >> thank you. >> tim, have the kids given you any gifts yet? >> no. i haven't seen any gifts. i wasn't expecting any. >> do you usually not get gifts on father's day? >> jesse, you know he alisyn. she's not a shortstop. >shopper.>> what's the worst gin father's day, a mug? >> you know, that's a good question. usually when i get gifts, they're pretty good. i don't need a lot of stuff. i'm not a huge gift person. the kids are a lot of fun this morning. we're having a good time.
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>> tim, all you need is the love of alisyn. >> exactly. >> and you need one more thing. you need a velour jump suit. that's next on your list. >> i do remind her when there are cooking segments, i'm often surprised that nothing makes it home for us. >> sometimes he thinks i'm going to bring home great burgers or bacon. today i might be able to. i do have the matching track suits that i got for us, and i know you would love to wear them out when we go to the movies, like a velour track suit. >> i like it. >> i'll bring it home, too. >> his worst nightmare. >> tim, thanks for being with us. >> thank you. happy father's day to you guys. >> go find the kids. >> thanks. >> see if they're in the apartment. hey, rick. what about your dad? >> i gave my dad the best father'father's day gift this y. it's 6:30 in the morning in arizona. i'm letting him sleep in. >> that's nice of you. >> i hate waking him up at 6:00 in the morning on father's day.
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these are my parents. this is the last time they were here. maybe two months or so ago. every year they wanted new pictures taken for the next time they were on the show for the trips. anyway, those are my lovely parents and my amazing dad. i wish him the absolute best father's day and all of us kids are so lucky to have him as a dad. five of us. he raised five kids. amazing. let's talk about your weather, guys. temperatures you're waking up to this morning, pretty nice day across the board. warm and a bit muggy across areas of the southeast. that kind of warmth will bring a few scattered showers from time to time. overall, not a washout by any means. heading towards the southeast, a little warm and muggy. the day will heat up, but not a washout for anybody. the biggest area of instability is in the kansas yeah. mostly in the form of a bit of wind and small hail, but we
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can't rule out an isolated tornado or two. and we need the rain there, so we're going to get rain. that's great news. there will be a lot of farmer fathers that are happy for that. out across the far west, it's just warm and it's sunny. arizona where my dad is, prescott, it's hot. back to you guys. >> rick, thanks so much. let's get to the headlines and tell u you what else is happening at this hour. president george w. bush is home safely after a scare in the sky. a plane carrying the former president was diverted to louisville after the pilot reported smelling smoke in the cockpit. no word yet on what happened. well, the deadly wildfire in colorado now 55% contained this morning. officials described the devastation like a nuclear blast. look at the damage. this beautiful previously green neighborhood now completely charred. two people were killed by the far and nearly 500 homes destroyed. in this neighborhood, only two houses somehow escaped the
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flames. evacuees are left waiting for answers. >> we want to know information. we want to know when we can get back in, what's burned, what isn't, you know, real things. >> investigators are working to figure out if the fire was intentionally set. police are looking for a group of maryland teenagers who allegedly treated themselves to the movies on a stolen credit card. the group not very smart. >> no. >> they made a trip to the theater's photo booth and posed with the prize piece of plastic and left the photos and the credit card. the card was reported missing earlier this month. i guess they'll be caught soon. >> good-looking kids. are college kids ditching the dorms for luxury upscale housing? >> this gives you the option of feeling like you're off campus even though you have the convenience of being close and getting right to the library. >> spas, tanning beds, and fireplaces are some of the perqs
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of living on campus, kind of like jesse wattters went to college. real estate experts report business is booming because enrollment is up and housing demand is up as well. academics do not like it because they say it takes away from the college experience. >> nothing looked like that on my campus. i'm talking about the co eds. wow. >> okay. let's talk about favorite father's day movies. did that come out right? >> yes. >> for some reason, this movie makes me angry, makes me cry, makes me laugh. it's father of the bride, the one with steve martin. spencer tracy maid a good one -- made a good one, too. it's so relatable for me when my daughter jessica, who we met on the show, came to me and said i want to marry this man named russ. tough to take. we're at the dinner table, and she turns. this is what the dad sees. she's an adult, but he sees her as that little girl, still, and that's the way i felt, too. >> that's great. >> i was going to choose that
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one, but i thought it was too much of a chick flick. >> it is. what are you saying? >> i'm glad you embraced it. i'm glad you embraced. >> you're going with uber macho. >> i went with indiana jones and the last crusade. you have sean connery and harrison ford. they fought off the nazis together. there's a great moment where the father sprays seagulls into the window of a nazi war craft and they crash and burn. the guy comes back and looks at harrison ford and said you know, i know what i'm doing because i'm a wyoming man. it's a great, poignant moment. >> you and your dad actually fought nazis? >> we did, we single-handedly turned away the third reich. >> i like when dads are shown as befuddling fools that can't make a meal. >> thanks, ali. >> and mr. mom. they don't know how to grocery shop, they don't know how to clean the house, they don't know how to take care of the kids.
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look at this great scene. >> i like it that you can strap the kids into the shopping cart. that's the only saving grace when you're at the supermarket with the kids or you put them on leashes. >> you don't do that. >> no, i don't do that. i've considered it, though. >> he's trying to be cool. he's trying to steal some crackers. >> you know what i thought of? i was thinking back to your pick, jesse. your dad had a beard. >> right. >> kind of like sean connery in the movie. >> you've gone freudian on me. i've tried to grow facial hair. i can't grow it. i don't think i've hit puberty. >> there's your dad. >> oh, my gosh. there's a similarity. >> i don't have the facial hair. my dad does look like sean connery. he does. oh, my god. look at that. >> can he ride a horse? >> no, not a horse. >> he can't grow hair and he doesn't know how to ride a horse and he's never been fishing.
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>> but he's a macho dad. come on. >> that was cool. are you being forced to defend your religious rights because of obama care? interestin topic. is that fair? father jonathan is here next to weigh in on that growing debate. and an amazing image from the sky of the world's tallest and newest building. >> beautiful. i'm phyllis and i have diabetic nerve pain. when i first felt the diabetic nerve pain, of course i had no idea what it was. i felt like my feet were going to sleep. it progressed from there to burning like i was walking on hot coals... to like 1,000 bees that were just stinging my feet.
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the health care mandate is forcing many employees to choose between their religious beliefs or fork over millions in fines. >> congress announced the threat against religious liberties last week. >> mr. speaker, the hhs mandate is also a form of discrimination. it primarily targets people in faith communities. no american should be forced to choose between their deeply held reasoned believes and the law. >> father jonathan joins us now. every day is father's day for you, but happy father's day as well. >> very good, mike. >> what happens august 1st? >> august 1st is the ce deadline that the administration has given to comply with the mandate we just heard about right now in that clip. remember that the administration said to religious organizations don't worry, you've got a whole year. we're giving you the gift of a year before breaking your conscience or being fined incredibly.
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so august 1st is that deadly, d- deadline, and i look at this as a missed opportunity on the part of the administration. why? because religious leaders including catholic bishops, evangelicals, jewish groups have been in the forefront for many, many years pushing for accessible and good health care for everyone, and now they're being the ones -- they're the ones being forced to choose between either offer some of these abortion-inducing drugs and sterilization and contraception that they don't agree with or else be fined up to $100 a day per employee or else not getting health care at all and being fined $2000 a year per employee on something that obviously is not very good for jobs and not very good for health care. >> what's the answer? >> the answer is for the administration to decide that they are going to go back and respect freedom of conscience as the united states has been respecting for all these years. let me give you an example, and i don't think it's all that
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different. right from the beginning of our country, we recognize that some people do not want to fight wars. they're pas pacifists or for example, amish that do not want to participate in a war. there are pretty compelling reasons that people are asked to fight for their country and yet the country always said no, more important is freedom of conscience? yet now for some reason the obama administration has decided it's so important for our country to offer you, to offer all these things for free for your employees. why don't we just go back and say you know what? we're going to offer an exception for anyone who said this is going against their conscience. that is the solution. >> is there a chance of that happening? >> there is a chance of that i believe in the conversion of heart and i also believe in political pressure and i also believe in the court system. right now there many, many
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challenges in the court system right now that we hope are going to prove to be good for fre frem of conscience. >> your father, father. >> the father's father. >> happy father's day to him. >> sometimes people are surprised that i have a mother and father. >> in that case, how do they think you got here? please. >> this is a picture of my dad in the middle. these are three of my nephews. i'm the guy with the 1980s head band. >> that's you? >> that was 2013. we were building that deck. my dad turns 80 in october. sixteen nieces and nephews i have, seven children, not me, my mom and dad. he's just been a wonderful dad. i'm so proud of him. >> what a hand some family. >> beautiful. >> father, thanks. >> so dad, happy father's day. i love you very much. >> how nice. >> thanks, father. good to see you. >> father, hang around, because we have a feast coming up. >> oh, good. >> oh, yeah.
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>> food is the way to your dad's heart. we have delicious recipes to whip up for a father's day brunch ... next. [ music ] [ male announcer ] with free package pickup from the united states postal service a small design firm can ship like a big business. just go online to pay, print and have your packages picked up for free. we'll do the rest. ♪ we'll do the rest. new honey bunches of oats greek yohere we go.ole grain. honey cornflakes and chunks of greek yogurt. i'm tasting both the yogurt and the honey at the same time. i'm like digging this yogurt thing. i feel healthy. new honey bunches of oats greek.
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headlines. a massachusetts man found what turned out to be a piece of the russian space station in his backyard. he was taking a stroll when he stumbled upon it. nasa officials say the station
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burned up and landed on earth in pieces after it was decommissioned in 2001. check out this incredible photo snapped by a delta airlines pilot. one world trade center peeking above the clouds. the tower measures a symbolic 1776 feet tall. the photo went viral on facebook generating more than 4,000 likes. >> beautiful. >> that is really cool. >> i like that. okay. if food is the way to dad's heart then you'll be his favorite child by serving him up some delicious, homemade brunch today. >> mike. >> squeezing out some orange juice for you. >> what dad doesn't like a martini in the morning? here's how to make this amazing combination is chef and entertainer george durrand. >> dad wants a drink. you want to make a glorified fresh squeeze the orange juice. i take fresh squeezed oranges
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juice. you want to press it down. >> it looks like he's having the most exercise he's having all month. >> he's sweating. you might want to get to makeup. >> this is impressive. >> doesn't this squeezer make it easy for you? >> it actually is. who makes this thing? >> i am u.s.a. makes it as well. you put a lemon in there, too. you want a little tartness. >> lemon? >> yeah. to counter act that tartness. i rimmed the martini glass with colored sugar so when dad wakes up in the morning. >> very festive. >> fresh squeezed orange juice with colored sugar and you can add ginn. >> what should we feed dad? >> going a little healthier alternative. before i made panin is with chocolate and bacon. i added egg white with fetta and
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tomatoes. then quesedilla. you have egg whites with a little bit of low fat cheese. >> egg white, feta, tomato, melted cheese. >> leaner dad. >> dad's more conscious of his weight. depends how much you love him with your dad. if you want to kill him, give him the paninni with the chocolate. >> kill him happily. >> that's right. this is perfect. whole wheat tortilla with cheese. this is the secret. you fold it like a book like this. you press it down. you have your half paninni and i'm going to cut it up. >> yeah. >> you make your favorite scrambled eggs. >> my goodness. >> you want to try this? >> you notice rich always shows up strangely enough -- >> great timing. >> imagine? >> mmm. >> egg whites. this is low fat, believe it or
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not. you can make an egg but dad will be happy. orange juice martini. mike, you are doing a fantastic job. >> i just ruined an entire orchard for one cup. >> go ahead and pour it right in that martini glass rimmed with a little bit of sugar. this is heaven. >> george, thank you for showing us. stick around. we're going to eat more when we come back. >> how is it? >> pulpy. >> that's delicious. >> yeah. >> thank you. these are delicious, by the way. >> they're a little neater to eat chthan the chocolate. ng a french fry. yes she is, yes she is. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. 100% vegetable juice, with three of your daily vegetable servings in every little bottle.
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happy father's day to everyone out there. happy father's day, jesse waters. >> thank you very much. >> do you want to send that out? are you going to eat it all? >> that's great. >> they're really delicious.
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>> that's right. >> george, thanks so much for being here. in the after the show show we'll show you more treats to make for father's day. >> fox and friends.com. and we start with the fox news alert this morning. there are new developments in the breaking syrian civil war going on at this moment. u.s. will arm and train the rebels as the american patriot missiles and f-16 fighter jets are poised on the syrian border. now other regional powers being drawn into the violent conflict that have so far claimed nearly 100,000 lives. some fear this all could spin even further out of control pitting assad's regime, as well as iran, russia, all against us. good morning and welcome to a brand-new hour of "america's news headquarters." i'm eric. >> and m

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