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pounds from doing the workout. >> no way. >> way. >> it's for everybody and every fitness range. >> all over the country. thank you. >> a ten-minute workout on >> stay tuned. fox news alert. new details coming in on the terrifying shooting at the los angeles international airport. as you know, tragically left one tsa officer dead. this morning, we have brand new video that's been emerging from inside that terminal as the chaos unfolded. >> everyone on the floor! on the floor now! on the floor. >> you're looking at the scene just seconds after the 23-year-old accused gunman opened fire inside the airport. police saying the suspect shot the tsa agent at point blank range before turning the weapon on the crowd and allegedly
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returning to shoot the officer a second time to make sure he was skilled. investigators also say he had enough gunpower to turn the entire place into what they call a killing zone. quite a frightening scenario. welcome to america's news headquarters. >> more than 100 rounds. federal prosecutors have now charged paul ciancia with the murder of a federal officer. and she's also accused of injuring at least five other people in that incident. if convicted, he could get the death penalty. we're also hearing from the wife of the tsa agent killed in the shooting. the first to die in the line of duty. girarerardo hernandez would hav turned 40 years old this week, and standing outside her home in california, grieving widow ana hernandez, talked about meeting her husband for the very first time. >> we are all heartbroken and will miss him dearly. we met in 1994 when i was 15 and
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he was 19 and have been together ever since. we married on valentine's day, 1998. and have two beautiful, wonderful children. >> his wife went on to describe him as someone who was, quote, always there to help anyone in need. hernandez spent three years on the job as a tsa officer. today, the lapd is wearing a black band on their badges in his honor. tsa workers at the airport i was at last night were as well. >> gunfire also prompted a brief lockdown at north carolina state university there. a 21-year-old man was hit by a bullet fired from a considerable distance, they say, on ingreensboro campus. he was reportedly taken to the hospital with serious but thankfully not life-threatening injuries. it's not, though, immediately known at this hour if the shooters had a specific target. police are on the hunt for four male suspects they say were
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carrying handguns. to obama care now and the website that is at least for the moment back up and running. shut down last night so the feds could fix a number of problems that continue to plague it since going online on october 1st. meanwhile, embattled health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius will go before the senate finance committee next week when she's expected to answer more questions about this disastrous rollout. peter has more on that from washington. great to see you, peter. >> good to see you, too, jamie. there's a brand new banner on the home page of announcing daily outages from 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. eastern, so technical improvements can be made. the outages are going to impact the online application process, but other parts of the site will remain online throughout. earlier this week, president obama visited boston to compare the affordable care act rollout to the roll out of mitt romney'
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health care plan in massachusetts. however, mitt romney said in the last hour or so, those comparisons are no good. >> the key, i think, that has really undermined the president's credibility in the hearts of the american people is that he wept out as a centerpiece of his campaign and as a centerpiece of obama care over the last several years saying time and time again that fundamental to his plan was the right people would have to keep their insurance plan, and he knew that was not the case. he could know it by looking at massachusetts and seeing people there lost insurance. >> but the so-called architect of obama care, dr. emanuel, is now defending the president's repeated insistence that americans would be able to keep their health plans if they wanted to. he's now blaming insurance companies for acting unexpectedly and dropping plans that do not comply with new mandatory minimum standards. >> passed the law, we said any plan that existed before the
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date the law was passed would be grandfathered in unless lots of changes were made. now, you know, we have to imagine obama care not against a blank slate but what against insurance companies regularly do. >> now, david axelrod the white house senior adviser in the initial debates over obama care said it would be a huge mistake to define the entire affordable care act by the website debacle alone. >> peter, live in washington. thank you. eric? >> jamie, to the middle east now where secretary of state john kerry is in egypt, trying to mend fences after that country's foreign minister called relations with the u.s. in turmoil. it's mr. kerry's first visit to the nation since the ousting of mohamed morsi in july. he goes on trial tomorrow. during a meeting with the country's foreign minister, secretary kerry called for an end to the recent wave of violence and emphasized the
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importance of a stable and democratic egypt. >> to a quarter of the arab world, egypt plays a crucial world in the political, the cultural, and the economic leadership of the middle east. so let's be clear. what happens here is profoundly important to the region and it is in the interest of the united states. >> but egypt has been one nation with strained relations with our country, from the reporting nsa spying on world leaders that has outraged them, to unhappiness with our policy over egypt. it seems a growing list of nations angry at america. what happened? >> john bolton is a fox news contributor, former u.s. ambassador to the nations, and he joins us from jerusalem this morning. good morning. >> good morning, eric. how are you? >> egypt suspended millions of
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dollars in aid. it seems in doing so, washington has isolated the islamists and the military. what happened? >> there's almost no one in egypt today who will stand up and defend the united states, the administration's position over the last two years has varied like a metronome, and so bad is it that kerry had to arrive in cairo under the same procedures that are used when he would visit a war zone like afghanistan. the first time an american secretary of state has faced that. with the trial, as you mentioned, of former president mohamed morsi about to begin tomorrow, the risk of instability in egypt remains very high. >> woucould that spread to othe areas in the region more so than now? >> i think so. the i think the entire region is on the verge of collapse, particularly as friends like saudi arabia see the administration trying to appease iran because of its nuclear
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weapons program. the complete debacle of our policy in syria has led many friends as diverse as saudi arabia and israel, to wonder what's going on in washington. >> what are you hearing in israel? you're there right now. >> this is a place where the president's popularity is somewhere below the basement, and with good reason. they see syria in turmoil on the northern border. the sinai peninsula opened to tear rstzs and smugglers. iran ever closer to nuclear weapons and they wonder why the united states doesn't perceive its own interests or those of its friends and allies. >> the president would say he's acting in the american interests, in our national interests with some of these policie policies. >> there's nobody in this part of the world who agrees with that. what we have seen is a decline in american power that's unprecedented in its speed and amount. we've seen russia and china moving in to fill the gap, and our friends here in the region really shaking their heads,
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saying what is wrong with the united states? why can't they get their act together? why can't they understand that a declining, withdrawing america, simply contributes to regional chaos or gives opportunists like aron and russia a chance to advance their own interests. >> we had the nsa scandal, the but why is that different?ela >> well, i think what we see is that the potential risk to the united states of leakers like edward snowden changes the calculus of who we conduct intelligence against. i don't think there should be any principled reason not to spy on allies, but you have to take into account the risk it's going to be disclosed and that can be harmful. it underlines the extent of edward snowden's treason that all of this is out in public. our intelligence gathering has
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been damaged in ways we can hardly talk about. >> you talk about both sides, conservatives and republicans, are commenting about this. let's read two examples of that. one is from investors, business daily, they have an editorial. we seem to be going out of way to alienate friends and allies in recent months. they all have found to varying degrees an unreliable partner in the united states under president obama. they're conservative. let's look at what's in the "new york times" this morning. i've seen an america that was respected, hated, feared, and loved, but i was confronted repeatedly with an attitude toward america that i've never heard before. what's up with you guys? we look like a life-long mentor who has gone on a binge and is no longer predictable. what happened? can we get back and how can it be solved?
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>> this demonstrates the erratic nature of obama's policy. i don't think any objective observer can say over four and a half years of the obama administration we're more secure in the world, that our friends are more secure, or that our interest s are better protected. we're on a downhill slope here. i think that can be corrected, but let's face it, there's three years until the next presidential election, so i'm afraid there's a lot of damage that can be done. and this is a danger not simply because of what our adversaries will conclude, but what our friends will conclude, that in the interim, they're going to have to look after their own interests because they cannot rely on the administration in washington. that is very, very troubling and should be to all americans because it touches our daily lives in many, many ways. >> what does that mean for us as we go forward? >> i think it means america's interests around the world will continue to be challenged, certainly in the middle east, the threat of international terrorism, the proliferation of
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weapons of mass destruction, an increased challenge to american influence by the likes of russia, china, and maybe others. >> and the second round of talks with iran on their nuclear programs set to begin. we'll see what happens. john bolton, as always, thank you so much for your insight. >> thank you, eric. >> the so-called architect of obama care is speaking out on fox news sunday this morning. coming up, chris wallace on what he had to say about the health care rollout and how it's going. >> and have you heard about this? another issue. ebay, why that popular auction website are now being forced to apologize to survivors of the holocaust. we'll tell you why. and you know, today's the big day, eric. thank gosh we can sit in the chair and not have to do the new york marathon which kicked off this morning. thousands of runners, tens of thousands making their way from the starting point in staten island over the bridge into brooklyn. next, we're going to show you all the added security they will
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well, they're out there right now, huffing and puffing in the new york city marathon. new york city's police commissioner, ray kelly, saying that the marathon is the most protected race that a runner can enter. goes for 26.2 miles. that route begins in staten island. as you can see, winds through the other boroughs before ending in manhattan central park. they say there are sgaun00 surveillance cameras, bomb-sniffing dogs and police officers with radiation detection gear moving through the crowds. and they seeven say scuba diver have been checking bridges for
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any suspicious devices. runners also face a new layer of scrutiny, including bag checks and the public will have limited access to the finish line at central park. all in response to the tragedy just six months ago. the bombings at the finish line of the boston marathon that killed three people and left hundreds of other injured. >> it is a heated debate and you're about to see it today on fox news sunday, about whether americans really need obama care. chris wallace brings together two experts with very different opinions. listen. >> they don't need the federal government telling them what they need to get. many people -- >> remember the individual -- >> let him finish, please. >> they're perfectly happy with. you'll hear stories all over the country of people who had perfectly fine coverage today. they're going to lose it. >> wait a second, the individual market, before obama care, insurance companies could throw you off when you got a disease.
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>> that's what we're talking about. >> that's the comparison. >> let me finish. >> let me finish. >> you asked him a question. let him finish. >> wow, joining me now, chris wallace. hey, chris, we haven't seen one like that in a little while. who won? >> well, we report, you decide. you'll have to see it. i have to tell you, it's exactly what i hoped for and expected. just so you know who the players are, dr. emanuel, ezequikiel emanu emanuel, rahm emanuel's brother, one of the architects of obama care. in 2009 and 2010, was instrumental in putting all of this together. a very aggressive advocate for the program. jim capretta is well versed on health care policy and very critical of obama care. they really go at it. they go at the whole question of these cancellations, the
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question of should the knumsgume telling you what kind of policy you have to have, what's going to happen to premiums, what's going to happen to people who aren't in the individual market which is what we're hearing about now, but employer-based systems and whether there should be a delay. it's a fascinating, fascinating, and i must say kind of entertaining interview. >> i saw, you had to pull in the reins there to give each equal time. >> out of control, jamie. >> i want to ask at the core of it, obama care, giving their expertise, what do they say about the quality of care folks will get if they can even get through the website debacle and sign on or call or get coverage? >> well, again, you know, they have different views about that. the supporters, the architects like dr. emanuel are saying, look, you're going to get better care. have more coverage. things -- because part of the mandate and part of the reason people are being kicked off their policies is because insurance companies are being forced to increase the coverage.
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now, sometimes some of it seems a little crazy. you know, middle-aged senior women are bogue told they have to pay for maternity care and pediatric services for substance abuse policies. there's a question whether there's overkill here. meanwhile, you get people like jim capretta who are saying you're going to end up with a lot of things you're paying for that you don't need, and once we see this, there's going to be terrible sticker shock. premiums are not going to go down. they're going to go way up. we're having this discussion trootry to see what lays ahead. >> did you hear both sides of you can keep your doctor if you want to? >> watch the show. >> all right, good tease, chris. i'm in. thank you so much. great to see you this sunday morning. >> you bet, thank you, jamie. do not miss this lively debate. we report, you decide, as chris said. tune in today, and also, south
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carolina senator republican lindsey graham. you don't want to miss chris. >> in an hour and a half, 12:00 noon eastern time, we'll talk to a doctor who is also a congressman, about the health plan. >> meanwhile, this weekend, wicked weather has been tearing across our nation. we'll tell you about that coming up. at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises.
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slamming into roofs in washington state. the storm knocked out power to more than 100,000 homes there. across the nation, there's been a similar situation. in indianapolis, you can see splintered trees and debris tossed around a play ground in indiana. thousands of homes there also lost power over the weekend as well. >> right now, it's being described as a significant public health threat. there's a shortage in the united states of prescription drugs. the feds and what they're doing to make sure you get the drugs you need. sunday housecall with doctors david samadi and marc siegel coming up next. stay with us. you don't want to miss that. americans take care of business.
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