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♪ hello and good morning, it is saturday the 16th of november, 2013. i'm anna kooiman. call it the great defection. 39 democrats splitting with the president in support of the republican's healthcare fix but the president vowing to block it. so where does he stand? we break it down straight ahead. >> another day, another run-in with the media for actor alec baldwin. his target this time a fox news reporter that vial appalling and yet compelling exchange and his excuse for the confrontation straight ahead. >> guys, it looks like we can't win. new research revealing that your wife and girlfriend may stay mad at you even if the
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fight you two had was in her dreams. >> it wasn't even real. >> you wake up and go what's wrong, hope, you cheated on me in my dream. "fox & friends" begins right now. >> even if the web site isn't working as smoothly as it should being for everybody yet. >> i [inaudible] i swear to god! >> i love that story about the wife waking up angry. you know he what you did. you know. >> and it happens all the time. and the research is in and it's conclusive now and can you see it in her face too. you have got the dower look and you know you did something. >> you have one option, apologize. >> it was in our dreams. >> momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy. >> more on that a little later in the show but let's talk about obamacare this morning. hop on a phone call with me. >> hop on a phone call with me. that's what president obama has sent out for organizing for action, of the political
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action committee that's supportive of the president's plans and his legislation. he wants to basically apologize on monday in a conference call saying hop on the phone with me. that was the email sent out basically going to apologize for the fumbled rollout of obamacare. >> will it be enough to rally the troops behind him? and he needs that because yesterday he lost 39 democrats in the house of representatives who voted for a bill sponsored by congressman fred upton of michigan that would allow americans the freedom the promised them falsely which is to keep the healthcare plans they are satisfied with. 39 democrats broke with the president to support that by the way they had no choice. the numbers on this are compelling. >> part of that is because over 5 million americans and their families could be more than that severed ties with their doctors. congress men and women are thinking wait a minute i am up for re-election and what
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happens if my constituents are part of this group and it's not fair? they wanted to be able to go on record, i would imagine. we did hear some harsh words from both sides of the aisle mention that it was not split downtown aisle though. 239 democrats siding with republicans. let's listen to phil. he said it's a disgrace americans were lied to for part of this bill it? >> is disgraceful, greta, yes, we can take it all the way to the white house and then they finally say, well, executive privilege. and obama done that to us a number of times. we know they lied to us, lied to the american people. this bill that we passed today, of course, the president comes out the day before, tries to reelement that with some fiat or executive order, whatever. this is all about the american people and them having no insurance and a gap and then if something horrendous happens to him then that is a plane crash. >> at the heart of this is the question is whether government can do a large
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program like this and provide health care for everyone. >> have you ever been to a dmv? how long is that line. >> my wife was on the phone with the irs 102 minutes waiting for an answer. these are the people running your healthcare program by the way. making the point this could be the first step towards the collapse of this new form of liberalism listen. >> unless it is somehow rescued and they make it work. this will be a story of an epic collapse of the central element of a new kind of liberalism. and this ideology will go down with the policy. that's why liberals are so afraid of this thing collapsing and they are in horror at the train wreck that they are now witnessing. >> boy. of course, i for one hope that that's true. we should be totally clear though that this bill which passed the house has to get to the democratically controlled is that senate. that may not happen. the president has promised
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to veto it against these plans because they don't offer enough coverage. the truth suspect simpler than that. they need you and you and me and a lot of you out there to pay more than you need to pay in order to subsidize people who aren't paying anything right now. right? this is a wealth transfer. that's exactly the heart of this plan. >> go ahead. >> they need the healthy young americans to sign up otherwise, there is going to be this death spiral that we have been hearing about. >> the white house saying look, these plans are bad. they are saying these plans have what's known as rescission inside of them, which is, that, look, once you start piling up those medical bills, these are scam insurance policies that we are going to drop you from your insurance coverage because you got sick and you don't want these plans anyway. >> so supreme who can't build a web site are going to it assess what a good healthcare plan is? no the plans from the white house side because they are not expensive enough. the extra money you pay for coverage you don't need goes to people who don't have
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coverage. this again is a form of welfare and he they are not being honest about it. >> you have got it feel from these insurance companies because they have had three years of plan for this and six weeks of this rollout of the web site and now a month to fix things and shouldering the blame for this from the president. >> believe shed ago tear for the insurance companies? it's a strange day, i will tell that you. >> let's talk about benghazi this morning because new revelation this morning in that terror attack. cia contractors testifying this week behind closed doors in front of that house hearing. and we're getting new reports out this morning from our own catherine herridge who has been doing some excellent reporting on this. these five cia contractors and members of the cia who are actually inside that room were asked to sign second nondisclosure agreements. second ndas. normally contractors will often sign nondisclosure agreements. after the attack why were they then asked to sign second ndas? >> why? the results were politically
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damaging to the white house. look, the public has a right to know what happened here? why were this many cia officers in benghazi in the first place? we still don't have an answer to that question. in are asking, as far as i'm concerned and moreover what about the aftermath? why aren't people going after the perpetrators and we don't know the answer to that question. they are silencing the people who know the answers and silencing the others. it's an outrage. >> was there a lull in the fighting was there not a lull in the fighting? was there a thought from state side that potentially the fighting was even over. we heard from senator stephens last night warning about the intelligence committee. take a listen. >> it's wrong because if the state department denied send why. can i ask you very quickly is, it a fact that ambassador stevens spoke to your committee prior to his murder? >> ambassador stevens did spend some time with our committee prior to his
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passing. >> that's significant. you don't normally have ambassadors to libya speaking to the house intel committee. and that lays the foundation so the viewers understand for yet another question we should be asking about why he wasn't better protected and why he was even at that consulate on the 9/11 anniversary. >> that was mike rogers there talking about ambassador chris stevens who, of course, passed away, one of the four innocent americans there. >> yes. >> pretty amazing. pretty amazing for this reason. this story has not gone away. and i have to say not to pat certain news organizations in the back. while the reps of the news organizations were ignoring this fox was keeping it alive. it's not a political story it's about four americans who died trying to help their country and a white house that has refused to answer exactly what happened. the truth will emerge ultimately. it always does. >> excellent reporting by our own reporter getting
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ndas and talking to sources there talking behind closed doors. more on that before the show. >> let's get on to saturday morning news headlines. hot headed actor alex baldwin unloads on a fox reporter on the streets of new york city. >> the blonde? i do want to press charges against her. she assaulted my wife yesterday and almost hit her in the face. i at the present time press charges. >> okay. >> see that blonde woman i want to press charges against her. >> the blonde, wnyw reporter linda schmidt he falsely accused her of hitting his wife with her microphone thursday. as you can see the video there showing a different picture, baldwin later issued an apology for a week full of outburst at the media but it was too little too late. msnbc announced they are pulling his weekly talk show for at least two weeks. coming up in 8:00 hour linda schmidt joins us live to talk about exactly what went down with the actor. and while you were sleeping. u.s. and afghan negotiators
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hammer out a contentious security deal to keep troops in afghanistan after the 2014 withdrawal. president harr mead karzai says the deal will not go through unless a group of afghan leaders sign off on it first. officials say the situation is still an ongoing diplomatic process. well, the fbi is heeding a warning to government workers. beware of hackers. this comes after the bureau reported the group anonymous has cracked into computers at several agencies. and stolen the personal information of thousands of employees. the break-ins began last december after hackers found a flaw in software used to build government web sites. well, it's the headline warming the hearts of america. bat kid saves san francisco. this is great. bat kid or miles as 5-year-old cancer survivor. his dream was to be bat kid for a day and to make it happen the make-a-wish
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foundation teamed up with the city and thousands of volunteers. he had a busy day rescuing a damsel in distress. nabbing the riddler trying to rob a bank and rescuing the san francisco giants mascot who had been kidnapped by the penguin. the day ended with the best gift of all he was given a key to the city. >> he fought through cancer. he beat that and i think it just goes hand in hand that he is a fan of not only batman but super heros in general. so here is to our fighter. >> it's estimated that more than 10,000's people helped make miles big day a reality. >> there is some good in society. that's a great story. what a dream. all right. let's check in with rick reichmuth this morning for a look at the first alert forecast. >> the batman theme makes you happy. >> whole city got together and got a bat mobile. fantastic. >> very cool. >> temperaturewise, take a look at at this, these temps in the 40s like places across chicago cleveland and new york.
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warmer than you were for a lot of this last week with. great news warmer air out there, at least tempe rarely parts of the east. little bit of rain, parts of florida will continue to see rain for much of the day. see some rain exiting part of the mid-atlantic and in towards the northeast over the next couple of hours and dry up mostly for the remainder of the day. out across the west is where all the action is a big powerful storm moving. in a lot of snow, we are going to be talking about areas seeing maybe two feet of snow in the higher elevations and rain in the lower elevations. snow begins to pull out in the central part of the country. temperaturewise eventually it will cool down but take a look at warm up today and tonight parts of the central plains. chicago overnight getting to 64. all going to come at a price. severe weather today across the plains and tomorrow there is bigger severe weather, in fact, possibly a big severe weather outbreak. tornadoes for your sunday, possibly. >> wow. thanks, rick. >> you bet. >> a new study reveals big labor and liberal groups are paying top dollar to
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>> new center for public integrity new group sparing no offense public elections. during the 2012 campaign cycle. outside groups spend at least $209 million in a total of 38 states. what does this mean for the
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bank rolling of elections going snow shower here to break it down is justin wilson from the center of union facts. justin, good morning, thanks for joining us? >> good morning, my pleasure. >> for the past several years, the line from the white house has been the supreme court decision on campaign finance allows big biopsy to buy elections. i think most people think that the majority of money spent by outside groups comes from big business. that's not the case though. >> you know. it's such an easy narrative to tell that story and we hear it time and time again. what people haven't been reporting is that labor unions, being faced with near extension are resurgent and they are almost spending themselves out of existence if only so they can actually have some gain in terms of their long-term existence. what we have seen is that they have invested more heavily in state and local elections because they ultimately have an outside influence. whether it's a city council race or state legislature. we have seen labor unions invest heavily heavily in
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the last two years. >> this is all an outgrowth of the citizens united decision handed down by the supreme court that allowed this. i think the average person on the left. the average liberal is appalled by the supreme court decision and may not know that in fact it has helped the democratic party, correct? >> you know, exactly. unions are corporations in the same way that corporations are corporations. and as such, they are allowed to spend money out of their general treasury. what separates a labor union from a general corporation is they can get money from individual members' paychecks. every time a person gets a paycheck the union takes a small amount of that money and spends it on politics. the difficulty is we had this really frustrating disconnect between union members who are about 40% to 50% voting republican and labor unions who give almost 100% of political contributions to democrats. without any permission from the individuals, the unions take money from employees and spend it against their own political wills. the advantage or excuse meet one good thing this is that we have seen a bill introduced in congress just
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on thursday called the employer rights act that would actually seek to remedy this and force unions to get opt in permission from their individual members to spend money on politicians and state and local elections and federal elections before they could actually take the money out of their paychecks. >> what's so surprising in some cases, and i have experienced this personally in my own life, you are required, in effect, to join a union in order to have a certain job. you have no choice. you have to join the union and then your money is taken without your concept and spent on political campaigns you might not agree with that's pretty surprising. >> that's exactly what's going on in a lot of the right-to-work states in this country. what we have seen in this research. programs they make it next to impossible to opt out, which is the current requirement for political programs. well, they will say oh, next february, there is a two week period and you need to send a notarized letter to the union's junior council, we won't tell you what his
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address is, sign it and get it double standard and then you cannot participate in the union's political program. time and time again people find that impossible to not do. that's why the employers right exact an important piece of legislation. flip the tables on this. require you to get preapproval from union members. what we are going to see from a political perspective is that unions, if this bill is passed, would see themselves groping for a lot of the money that they are secretly injecting into our political system. >> interesting. next time somebody tells you citizens united empowered the coke brothers. you can say actually it was the unions who benefited from it thanks. >> thank you. >> new niewmg bombshell, $10,000 award for leads about the attack since the beginning of this year. why didn't we know this until now? you have heard this before. fighting a cold for a big glass of oj for vitamin c. does that really help? dr. segal here to separate cold facts from fiction.
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quick headlines for you. double murder case cold in north carolina could be solved. they have a person of interest in the 1971 killings of a young couple. the couples' bodies were discovered in the wood outside of durham. police have not released details on who that person of interest may be. an arizona couple's vacation in thailand became a nightmare when they were abandoned in the water while scuba diving. they were picked up just as darkness fell by another vote. anna?
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>> all right. thanks, tucker. cold season is in full swing and was close to 1 billion cold cases in the united states each year. it's important to know what really causes the common cold and how you can beat it. [coughing] >> here to debunk the medical myths this morning dr. marc siegel. morning. nice to see you. was s. behind the cold. coming off the subway behind gi. it's contagious i'm going to get whatever she is coughing in my face. >> contagious. a myth to think it's that easily. unless she really tries to give it to you. there is clayton morris. washing your hands is key to prevent ago cold. a study of naval recruits found that those who washed their hands were half as likely to get it standing in the same room with someone probably not going to get a room. if you start touching and sneezing and putting it on your feet. >> the problem is the hands on the doorknobs? >> absolutely pick up the cold verizons that way. >> what about late nights, the lack of sleep could that cause us to get a cold.
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>> absolutely anna. our immune system fights off colds and you don't sleep for example getting up 2:30 in the morning you don't goat enough sleep you are more susceptible to colds. when we get a good night's slip we are less likely to get a cold. we always see the medicine commercials on television so we automatically think that the pill, getting some sort of medication is the best way to fight a cold is that a myth or truth. >> absolutely a myth. the cold medications can decrease your cold symptoms a little bit, clayton, they can actually make you breathe better. the best way to fight a cold once you get it is to get out there and exercise and get on the elliptical and walk around the block. that really boosts your immune system to fighting off the cold. exercise is the number one treatment. >> sweat it out, huh? >> absolutely. >> so often someone gets a cold you bring them chicken noodle soup and oj. does that help. >> orange juice actually doesn't help. taking vitamin c can help ward off a cold in the first
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place. no evidence whatsoever. polling was wrong, vitamin c and orange juice do not help you fight off a cold. >> the orange juice council is hoping that would actually work. >> sorry about that, guys. >> what about some of the hot drinks? getting a warm cup of tea or some cam meal or something like that? >> there is a journal out there called rhinoology. juice doesn't work but hot drinks help. grandma you were right about that chicken soup. it dilates naval passages. fight off a cold and boost immune system and makes you feel better. chicken soup for a cold. and wash your hands. >> we're going to start doing that around here. >> orange juice forget about it, exercise, yes. good to see you so much. >> good to see. >> you 27 minutes after the hour now and coming up on "fox & friends," a restaurant owner punished for prism for putting up his military flag. you will hear from his next.
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♪ people let me tell you about my best friend >> we get a lot of emails here at "fox & friends," and among the top leaders in emails that we receive is can we see more pandas? we are bringing this to you this morning. >> the answer is you can never see too many pandas. panda from the atlanta zoo. he won't let his twip brother sleep. is he knawing on them. first surviving amanda twins. >> come on, wake up. it's time to play. >> like my night last night. >> hey, good morning, everyone. welcome back to "fox & friends" on this saturday morning. so, i'm sure men out there you can probably relate to this. have you ever awakened the next morning it find your wife or girlfriend or whatever really in a bad mood for some reap? you know it was something that happened in her dreams. it turns out it is probably because of something you did in her dream and she is still holding a judge and you are brushing your teeth and wondering what's going on and she says i just had a
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bad dream last night. it's your fault. science is now behind this, 50% of women do this to men. >> that's totally false. it's not true. >> 50%? it's 100% never not happened? >> auto% admit it. it happens in every family. >> one in 20 people give had a dream about it it have you ever had this experience? >> fired. maybe, maybe not. but certain work night mayor's not going to wake up for work. >> boyfriend? mad at your boyfriend because of something that happened in the dream. >> and you are trying to figure out why because so often you try to figure out did that really happen or was it not? >> a lot of my life has been lived that way it turns out i didn't dream and did i get fired. it actually happened. it was real. >> it was real? >> here is the news by the
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way. if your wife blames you for something that happened in her dream, the fastest way you could argue it, make a point it's not real. fancy dichotomy, give it up. just apologize. i'm sorry for invading your dreams. >> what if it was a dream you cheated on me. >> just apologize for it. >> you were hanging off a building while the skyscraper was on fire and you didn't rescue me. just apologize. next time do that what did a partner do in your dream to get you fired. email us, tweet us. ff weekend on facebook. does this happen in your life? let us know. >> we do have some more headlines to get to on your saturday morning. getting a look what happened inside a new jersey mall during a shooting last week. new surveillance video released shows people running away and the accused gunman richard shoup running around very calmly. >> the body language was that of somebody in a tactical position looking to take out targets or looking to defend themselves.
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basically of somebody who had a different state of mind. >> shoup fired off at least six rounds but no one was hit. he shot himself before confrontation with police. the state department reveals they have been offering a secret $10 million bounty for leads in the benghazi terror attacks for almost a year now. officials drop that bombshell after some lawmakers criticized the government for not listing benghazi as part of the rewards for the justice program. the state department defended their decision to keep the reward under wraps saying this. due to security issues and sensitivity surrounding the investigation, the events specific award offer has not been publicly offered on the rfj web site. tools can be used in a variety of ways without publicizing them on the web site. a georgia business owner cited for showing his patriotic spirit the owner of cj's hot dogs in
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mcdonoughs southeast in georgia says his restaurant is dedicated to police, fire, and military and that's why he put up the flags three months ago. but friday a code enforcement officer told him to take them down. i'm just floored and i said what are they for he said i'm in violation of flags flying above my restaurant. >> called him and told him the ordinance he was cited for was two vague and needed to be rewritten. for that reason the owner is asking that citation to be thrown out. here is some more fun animal video for you. this flamingo took a walk on the wild side as workers were herding flamingos in for the night. this one tried to make an escape. he tried to take a dip in the lake. chased the fugitive for an hour before one worker jumped in the water and grabbed that bird after the chase the flamingo was returned to the zoo. >> and those are your headlines this morning. rick reichmuth standing by.
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>> you bring your flamingos in for the night. >> of course you do. >> like covering your flowers during a frost. >> exactly they can run away and become ferrell flamingos. >> we wouldn't want that at all. >> i think we will be dealing with severe weather this weekend. generally in the spring. secondary season of severe weather and that's in the fall. that's kind of what we are going to see today and tomorrow. although tomorrow worse. today we will see this across parts of iowa, illinois, little bit of wisconsin and missouri. and i think mostly just some wind. maybe a little bit of hail as the storms move on. but tomorrow we are going to see this develop into i think a much more dangerous situation and moderate risk for severe weather storm prediction center. that's elevated risk and potentially we could be be seeing some attorneys. where you see that red is the bulls eye places like detroit, scenario half of michigan, down towards northern parts of kentucky. definitely illinois and ohio and threat for very strong
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winds and few isolated tornadoes. temperaturewise, it's been so cold this week all across the east all the way down to the southeast. today temps warming up a bit. cold air moves out across the west with snow across areas of the rockies, central and northern rockies and part of areas in towards the northern -- the northwest as well. tomorrow, temperatures though look like, this 80s back in towards parts of texas, back into the 60's. across areas of the east. this worm weather won't last long it will get cold monday and tuesday. enjoy a couple days of warm weather but watch out for the severe weather as well. guys? >> thanks, rick. >> you bet. if you have ever been to it memphis, have to go to grace land. mallards living in the peabody motel. >> i was there and had a chance to hang out with the famous ducks and become hahn area duck master. >> welcome to the peabody south grand hotel ♪ note. a memphis must see
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ducks on the historic hotel. >> i had the honor of sharing the duties of duck master. today is one of those days. ladies and gentlemen, please help me in welcoming our visit guilty "fox & friends" reporter ms. anna kooiman. come on up. we played host for every president since harry truman. television and sports. >> after sampling barbecue and listening to blues on tour street. tourists flocked to the hotel to waddle the red carpet. >> we are here to see the ducks. my work told me about them. thoif out it would be something she would enjoy. >> what do the ducks say? >> quack quack quack. >> the ducks march every day at 11 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. >> uh-oh. >> we lost a couple. >> encore, encore. all righty. [ laughter ] >> showoffs.
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the mallards spend their evenings in a $200,000 granite and marble roof top penthouse. they eat like royalty. >> they are the peabody ducks. they have standards. we have to serve them off of a silver tray. >> that dynasty, donald duck, rubber duck, ain't got nothing on these guys. >> i want to know what it means to be nominated hand honorary duck. >> the story goes 80 years ago the peabody gm had a boozey hunting weekend with a bit too much whiskey and let the ducks loose in the hotel. the mallards were a huge hit. the tradition sticks and my name has been adding to the hgm list. >> misanna kooiman has been chosen honorary duck master. >> thank you. >> the result of a boozey hunting weekend with a friend. >> brought back the ducks
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you. city council has stripped rob portman political appointments and his power to manage the city during an emergency. the second motion passed 41 to 2 with only the mayor and his brother voting against it. the council will meet again on monday. if you haven't been watching the news, rob ford in some trouble check youtube. well, it looks like tailor swift has some mixed reviews from performance at victoria secret after show. during the after part angel jessica heart said to me she didn't fit. asked whether swift could pull off being a model the model replied no. >> clayton, we report, you decide. all right. well, this coming week will mark the 50 years since the assassination of president john f. kennedy and while we have heard it count for those moments in people who were there in daily plaza that day we have rarely heard from journalists to brought the news of his death to the masses with accurate minute-to-minute coverage.
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call thomas was a copy boy. was in the newsroom as the story broke and joins us with how broadcast has changed thank you for being here. >> copy boy. >> things called teletypes then when the news was printed on rolls of paper and i ripped it off and gave it to the correspondents in the washington bureau and managed to save the initial stories that said flash, president kennedy dead. in this little book that i also got called four days which compiles the great reporting by merryman. they only had radio telephones in the car. smith was two cars behind the presidential motorcade and he had to telephone in this radio telephone the first reports the president had been shot. when he got to parkland hospital he had it to come man cam man deer old fashioned telephone had to dial 9 to get outside. had to find a pay phone after that near the operating room the emergency room the president was
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taken. >> where were you when you heard the president was shot. >> i was on river road in bethesda maryland 10 minutes from the road in listening to favorite rock and roll station. news bulletin the president had been shot in dallas. the first reaction was to roll down windows on both side of me. the president has been shot. the president has been shot. i raced to the bureau which was chaotic and amazing four days with hardly anybody getting sleep. >> things have changed so much the way we gather news. the immediacy of twitter and everyone has a smart phone in their pocket. we think about gathering news that day. think how many picture today would exist almost immediately if that assassination all of the people who were were there with their cameras. as you were telling me earlier no photos at all we didn't see any photos. >> if you go to the youtube and look at the nbc coverage. had you three guys sitting in a desk in new york black and white television. chet hutly and frank mcgee and bill ryan. they were on the telephone and they were repeating what
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they were hearing from reporters in dallas. it was only othe next day that we got live pictures when linden johnson the new president came back to washington and got off the plane, actually, it was later that same night with mrs. kennedy and her bloodstained clothes with robert kennedy holding her hand and the picture showing her getting into the ambulance at andrews air force base with her husband's body. >> what was it like in the newsroom that day when you finally arrived? had you rolled back up the windows and driven into the bureau that day. describe the scene there. chaos? >> it was chaotic. but it was the kind of chaos where had you professional people who were steeped in journalism. most of these people came out sandra van came out of the kennedy white house. news service background. professional journalists and knew what they were doing even though it was loud and people shouting and also periods of quiet as the moments sank in to all of us. this was not president roosevelt dying in office. this was not william
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mckinley being assassinated this was for me at least for me as a 20-year-old first experience a national trauma it was sobering but it was also chaotic but everybody was doing their job. >> well, we have a special here on fox news channel that programming note for our viewers this morning. that 50 years of questions jfk assassination hosted by bill hemmer will reair tonight at 10:00 p.m. here on the fox news channel. call thomas, great to see you this morning great perspective coming up on the show. irs making big mistake. sending personal information to the wrong place. details on that straight ahead. a dermatologist bad reviews on yep are killing his business. bigger problem he said none of them came from his patients. does he have a legal case? john and heather debate it next. this was the hardest decision i've ever had to make.
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i can't stand these review web sites. yelp is a decent place to go if you want to know where to get a good burrito.
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when it comes to businesses, parkways are like armpits, everybody has one. and there is no accountability for whether they are an actual review, a fake review or a competitor just trying to damage your business. and there is no accountability or liability on the part of the isps or the web sites. >> but, heather, you say this doctor doesn't have a case. why is that? >> he doesn't because the communication act protects people like yelp because otherwise they wouldn't have a business. if you can't put out people's opinions then why would you even have these would he be web sites. these are opinions not facts. first amendment applies. unfortunately doctors, lawyers, businesses really don't have a recourse. >> if the first amendment applies what would this be? is it fraud? >> that's what i think. completely fraud. in this doctor's case he is saying look these aren't even real people posting real reviews. this was yelp trying to get me to buy into yelp by hurting my business that i think comes out of the communications decency act.
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this doctor probably does have a case. the average person like me. if my ex-boyfriend or former client wants to damage my business by posting on their there that they think i'm the devil, they can do that we represent a lot of doctors and we talk about this all the time. only thing can you do is have your customers and patients and family to post positive reviews to outweigh the negative reviews. no different than word of mouth back in the day where you tell your neighbors the doctor you like. this is out on the internet like many other things. >> johnna, you actually had something similar that happened to you that you want to share. >> i had a former disgruntled client who had this online campaign to try to damage my business. he didn't go on and post this picture and didn't host post his real name. he went on as jonna sucks 1. john that sucks 2. and it's hard to pinpoint who it is when you have to prove it in a court of law. he got charged with harassment and stalking. >> because you found him? >> right. >> what if businesses aren't. >> people can post
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anonymously. on yelp. yelp was sued similar class action suit and they precede veiled. case thrown out of court. difficult to prove that yelp was posting these things. people are anonymous and lo loued to be. >> you want to put your opinion some place put your name but put your address. put something when you are not telling the truth. >> thank you so much. as a consumer, i guess, take it with a grain of salt and figure it out for yourself. 56 minutes after the hour. the president is getting hammered on all sides for his obamacare mess. so what kind of damage has it done to democrats up for re-election? plus, the smell of marijuana so bad in colorado now that it's legal that this con transportation, so it can fix it meet the naval ranger coming up. and just give them the basics, you know. i got this.
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good morning, happy saturday. 16th of november, 2013. i'm anna kooiman, the mainstream media at it again. this time the "new york times" compares the president's obamacare disaster to president bush's handling of katrina? can you you compare an natural disaster to intentional act? we report, you decide alec baldwin. this time he went after a fox reporter. watch. >> i asked you a question. do you want to apologize? get out of here. >> whoa. call them men with nets. what parked his latest outburst coming up. >> well, colorado legalized marijuana but now the stench of pot is so bad there is a new -- there is a new officer nosing around the street. meet the nasal ranger.
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>> huh? >> that's about the appropriate response. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. >> once again, i have made an ass of myself. >> oh, good morning. was that a nose telescope that he had there? would that really work? i can understand that for your ear canal. >> would you want smells more intense than they are. >> i have ole factory. you walk around new york city. >> i'm lying a beagle i couldn't handle it. >> good morning, anna how are you. >> so good. >> anna is looking at us weird bizarre man as we. >> in case you missed the "new york times" this week and if you did congratulations. the parp compared the obamacare rollout. flat out disaster of obamacare rollout to hurricane katrina. the idea they are morally equivalent. messed up obamacare and president bush caused kron. >> here is the quote. see if you can pars this at
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home. this is from the times. barack obama won the presidency by exploiting a political environment that devoured george w. bush in a second term plagued by sinking credibility. failed legislative battles. revolts inside his own party. president obama is now threatened by a similar toxic mix. the disastrous rollout of his healthcare law not only threatens the rest of his agenda but also raises questions about the competence. in the same way that the bush administration's botched response to hurricane katrina undermined any semblance of republican efficiency. >> here is the difference, of course, the obama administration isn't responding to obamacare they created. >> when over 1800 people died at katrina. that wasn't the bush administration's fault. you can't compare the two. >> you mean they didn't cause the hurricane? >> they didn't cause the hurricane. >> i thought he whipped it up in his lab. >> condoleezza rice out on a barge managed to create hurricane katrina. >> yes.
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intentional act can simply not be compared to a natural disaster. but it seems to me that this is one of the many headlines that we have began to see even from the left-wing media starting to distance themselves from the president some journalists feel like we were lied to as well you said we could keep our plan and now we can't. well, you know, the tide does seem to be starting to turn. and we are noticing it in hollywood as well. >> i think that's right. look, it's obviously ludicrous to compare obamacare to katrina. it's idiotic. if you are a "new york times" editorial writer that's the meanest thing you can say. that really is the ultimate lefty slur it's like katrina. it's like global warming. that's a cuff criticism. >> how many times has bush been the punching bag? >> punching bag over the mission accomplished aircraft land.
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come back to aunt them in political ads. some saying that the president's argument that you can keep your plan may go down as one of the biggest mistakes of his presidency and could come back to haunt him in more than one way. fred upton says if you like your plan you can keep your plan will go down as one of the most influential and infamous phrases in presidential history. take a listen. >> across generations presidencies are often associated with one famous utterance. ask not what your country can do for you. the only thing we have to fear, tear down this wall. and our current president will be no different. if you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it, period. for the last three years, the president repeated this promise in selling his signature law and he did so with the knowledge that it would not be met. >> yeah. he knew it wasn't true. meantime in the day after all of, this the president
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president met with more than a dozen. completely confused. the president comes out and offers his unilateral plan to suspend enforcement to allow people who fought -- who had their health insurance cancelled. what does that mean practically? they have no idea what that means to the insurance company. >> three days to get it up and running. three years to, would on it in the first place. by the way the reason the databases don't work. all the technical problems of these data businesses. all these insurance companies don't want to work with each other they are at oz. they are at competition. had this web site trying to pull in 50 different databases and make them talk with one another. that took three years and it was a failure. now in just a few short weeks you are going it tell them we want to roll it out so people with keep their plan and do it overnight and get this up and run buying november 30th. >> got essentially a month to try to figure this out. when you squeeze the
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toothpaste out of the toothpaste tube it's really hard to get back in there isn't it? kind of messy. i do have other news headlines new jersey mall. during the shooting last week. you are watching now shows people running away and the accused gunman richard shoup walking around very calmly. >> the body language was not of somebody who was in a tactical position looking to take out target or looking to defend themselves it was basically of somebody who had a different state of mind. police say shoup fired off 16 rounds. nobody was hit. shot himself before confrontation with officers. be in charge with enforcing obamacare. can they be trusted with your personal information. the irs exposes a man's social security number, wages and tax information when a fax was mistakenly sent to a california small
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business. it was supposed to go to an accountant across town. the data was seemingly exposed without the taxpayer's knowledge. and experts say it left him wide open to identity theft. the irs says they are now investigating. a 90-foot wide sink hole that opened up in florida appears to have stabilized some and crews are rushing to fill it before it can grow again. demolition crews tore down one of the homes that had to be condemned after the sink hole swallowed part of the house a day ago. a second home nearby will likely have to be torn down later today. the sink hole is now estimated to be 56 feet deep. >> legalized marijuana dealing with the smell. here you go, guys. the nasal ranger. complaints are pouring in about the drug stink odor, turning to a high tech nose telescope. it's a devise determines a smell violates the city odor law. the responsible party can be
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fined up to $2,000. >> i would like it see the guy walking down the street with that on his nose. let's get it over to rick reichmuth now. >> i like that it said the responsible party. >> responsible party. >> all right, guys, here is your temps as you are waking up this morning. not that bad for anyone. there is going to be some changes. storm starting out across parts of the west. show that you in a second. east coast, tailing end of a cold front here. it's going to linger across parts of florida for your day today. this morning we have had rain showers exiting the mid-atlantic eventually in throughout the northeast. quick brush of showers and it's gone. turn all our attention here out to the west. big storm moving out here. we are going to see some areas. maybe see over two feet of snow across some the higher elevations. good news for ski areas. a lot of places opening up today, this is part of the central plains. take a look what happens throughout the day today. we are going to see some storms firing. kind of the first part of the severe weather side of
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this across areas of iowa and in towards illinois. and that storm moves on throughout the overnight hours. and then a bigger develops as this pulls on tomorrow. get ready, big threat for aparts of illinois and indiana especially seeing a tornado or two by the time we are done with your day tomorrow. >> tornado or two. >> well, star of stage and screen, alec baldwin is at it again. mount alec. >> mount alec? >> just a short time after he unloaded on a fox news reporter, he has done it again. going after yet another fox news reporter who simply wanted answers to some questions. take a listen. [clearing throat] >> you are a good guy. >> you are the one who almost hit my wife with a microphone in the face. >> i did not almost hit your wife. i honest dli did not.
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>> do you want to apologize to her on camera? i asked you a question do you want to apologize? >> get the [bleep] out of here. >> did nothing wrong. >> i did nothing wrong. >> al electric. >> such a kind gentle soul. >> tolerant liberal in new york city. kind of sad. he has clearly gone off the deep end. like a homeless guy batting at the air. eating insects no one else wants to see. >> his wife defended that he doesn't have anger management? >> no,. >> if you are alec baldwin and there is a group of people with cameras outside your house screaming at them like a lunatic, it's probably not. >> if we can say anything at all nicely about him is this was after the stalker trial that was going on and so that was probably very trying on his emotions. >> but if there is one way to ensure that the paparazzi is going to live outside your house give them a report on camera is you
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acting like a crazy person. >> he was upset with linda schmidt there was a boom mike that almost hit his wife in the face or something earlier. this is the incident that started all of this, watch. >> >> do you have any comments about the woman being found guilty today? anything to say? >> i have something to say, get away from me. >> it wasn't a boom mike it was simply her hand held microphone it came nowhere near her face. >> talk to the hand. talk to the hand. >> i don't like the paparazzi either. this guy has lost control compleatedly, i think after the show i'm going down to his house to camp out. this is interesting. >> not the first time he had some screaming baldwin outburst one 1995. baldwin charged with beating a photographer. how about the next one we have in 2007, clayton? >> yeah. he called his daughter rude, thoughtless little pig. remember that voice mail and in 2011 kicked off airplane for playing words with
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friends because he wouldn't shut down electronic device. this twitter rant in 2013. and then he got in another fight with photographer in august of this year. but, meanwhile, you know, he has like a friday night show on msnbc. msnbc has suspended him not because of this latest row with reporters. he made a disparaging homophobe bic, made antigay slur yelling at another reporter earlier in the week and saying nasty things to him to which members of the liberal media became fired up at him and said we are sick and tired of defending this guy. andrew sullivan who is gay wrote this on his blog, this raging violent bigot cannot be defended any longer. if you look at the time line here, these incidents are coming more frequently. i think he is spinning out of control. i don't think this is going to end well. please, alec. take a vacation. >> let us know what you think. email us and hit us up on facebook or twitter. >> he has a forced vacation for two weeks. >> he would already seeing a split among democrats for obamacare. what would it mean for the
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how concerned are you that this rollout may help democrats chances in next year's midterm elections and your ability to advance other priorities? >> there is no doubt that our failure to roll out the aca smoothly has put a burden on democrats whether
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they are running or not. i feel deeply responsible for making it harder for them rather than easier for them. >> and it seems some democrats are already sick of the burden, in fact, 39 dems have already split with the white house and voted in favor of the republican obamacare fix. this is a sign of what's to come in the democratic party? fox news contributor and national review editor rich lowry is here and new york daily news contributor maxwell join us this morning. nice to see you guys. >> zerlina burden on democrats. what burden is he specifically talking about. >> you have a lot of bad obamacare news largely connect to the web site. a year from now nobody is going to be thinking about a web site when americans can can finally go to the doctor on january 1st for the first time having the security the bill that comes won't force them into bankruptcy. nobody is going to be talking about the web site and the glitches. >> so, rich, it's just the web site? there is no structural damage at all? no problems with getting young people to sign up at all? is that what zerlina is
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saying? >> the law was sold on a trinity of lies. owe many with that said you can keep your insurance if you like it, not true. said everyone's rates are going to go down, not true. said you can keep your doctor if you like your doctor, not true. your plan changes. paying the price for those lies and democrats are too. you have vulnerable ones like kay hagan in north carolina whose numbers have collapsed in recent weeks repeated that law over and over again. they should have known it was untrue all along the law is based getting people out of their individual insurance and on to the exchange. >> look at these pictures, democrats up for re-election and who are scared right now. >> you know, there is no question that they are scared. but, look, i think that the bottom line here is that people are going to be secure now. they are going to be saying thank god my insurance company -- it's not in the law. the insurance companies have always been dropping people. there was something called rescission that's a word that we don't hear too often now but that's what was going on before obamacare. just because it's happening now that the law is in
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effect doesn't mean it's because of obamacare. that's correlation not causation. i think democrats are a little bit scared. but they need to stick together here because this is how we got to this point. americans needed health insurance and democrats gave it to them. republicans blocked it it all away along. >> look it is causation. the exchanges don't work. >> that's not true. i have been on the exchanges. i'm currently uninsured and been on the exchanges. >> the exchanges don't work. >> not true. >> force enough people. >> not true. >> force people on to them that the insurance pool is stable. what is very likely to happen is you are only going to get older and sicker people on the exchanges. >> not true. >> then the premiums have to spike and then they don't work. >> we know young people aren't signing up for these things where are going to come from. >> until you are 25 you can stay on your parents' insurance. young people you are talking about, particularly women here are not going to be just like well maybe i don't want to go to the doctor, you don't roll the dice particularly when you are a woman the idea that young people won't go on to exchanges is very gendered. i think women they need preventative care and will
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sign up for obamacare. >> you say young people won't go on that's gender inclug guys and young gals. >> but women don't have the option not to go to the dock were to is my point. >> force them on the exchanges. >> no, you don't. >> women want to go to the doctor. >> that's not true. >> that's not true. >> so-called substandards. >> they are substandards. >> that's the whole point of the law but you are canceling them you are admitting. >> it no, they are substandard. >> yes you can go on to the exchanges and get better coverage. >> you are talking out both sides of your mouth. >> no, i'm not. no, i'm not. >> the insurance companies aren't dropping people. >> no, that's not what i said. >> find them as substandard and cancel them. >> they aren't substandard. the insurance companies are canceling them. not insurance air. >> no no, h.h.s. >> i can't understand why there are some problems with this whole rollout. it doesn't make any sense to me. rich and zerlina. >> has to do with the it and government contracting. >> after three years. >> got to leave it there.
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>> not true it didn't work in the beginning. >> the. >> i have been on the exchanges on myself. it works fine. >> rich and zerlina thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >> coming up on the show he is the dad and son's school had no idea that his son had a drug addiction. wisest kid, am i forgetting something? no holiday's complete without campbell's green bean casserole. wish you were here. ♪ [ doorbell ] [ gasps ] ♪ [ gong ] [ wisest kid ] m'm! m'm! good!
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>> welcome back by news by the numbers. $4.4 billion. that's how much federal tax dollars have been spent on state obamacare exchanges. most of that money was used to set up web sites and hire staff next $4.5 billion. that's how much j.p. morgan agreed to pay investors who lost money on mortgage backed securities before the housing market collapsed. dole still has to be accepted by the investors. and finally 206 pounds. that's the weight of an 8-foot long albino catfish
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caught near barcelona spain. look at that landing the fisherman the world record for the largest catfish ever caught. that's good eating. hanna? our next guest was the head of his son's school when he learned his son was a drug addict. >> how his family and son overcame that addiction. the author of the book crash course michael pratt joins us now from los angeles. thanks for coming on this morning. >> my pleasure. how did you find out that your son was struggling with addiction and what did you do initially? i first learned that my son using english teacher david has something he needs to tell you. when he told me he had eaten hallucinogenic america's newsrooms before his exam --
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hallucinogenic mushrooms. what i didn't know he was actually already addicted to drugs. >> well, i'm reading here that 80% of kids they experiment with substances before they graduate before, a lot of parents at home are thinking what do i do? clearly head of the school, ed cared trying to be a good father. doubt notice it first how do they notice? right i didn't notice at first. i asked myself some times how could i be a educator and see so many kids struggle and not notice. adolescents who use drugs are quite adept at hiding it. they have a lot to hide. parents should look changes in behavior, changes in friendships. declining grades in school. lack of interest and what had interested their children before. there are signs. >> this is just a nightmare of every parent, that you lose control of a child who
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heads off on a self-destructive course and there is nothing can you do. what do you? how much control can you have over your child's behavior at that point? adolescents begin to pull away from their parents and pierce are more important to them. having open conversations making sure actually have dinner with your children each evening is very important. focusing on their efforts and interests in school as opposed to the outcomes in school. also makes a difference. being engaged. >> well, let's get back to the kind of funny position that you you are in because you are the head of the school, too. and you did repair your relationship with your son. you joined allah none, dedicated to that. got accused of trying to overturn the zero teller rans policy and do you agree with those policies? >> i don't agree with zero tolerance policies. in fact the school i inherited did not have one. it was a myth in the school.
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but it made it very difficult for me to deal with the problem once it occurred. my belief is that school's first mission is to educate and to support and nurture students not to punish them. now there, there have to be consequences expulsion should be the last recourse not the first. >> exactly. thank you for saying that i hope the country is swinging back into a sensible direction and thank you for adding your voice to the chorus pushing it that way. thank you for joining us this morning. >> my pleasure. thank you. >> one school's anti-bullying campaign under fire. what the school telling students to do that has parents so upset. we'll tell you. >> and he fought to protect our freedom. now one veteran is fighting to sign off his emails with god bless america. why the move already cost him his job one time. my asthma's under control.
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signature. >> i do sense some sarcasm there? >> come on. >> it's hard to believe this actually happened but it dnch seeking legal council now to figure out exactly what his legal recourse is he was put on leave for insubordination. and when he returned to work this wednesday, combination of his lock, on his i guess lock on his actual locker in the hallway there hasn't changed. suspended because of email signature. >> this guy is not a problem. earned the distinction of employee of the year for his work in quality he said having this added to his signature of his email for the last year and a half. shocked and hurt by this. lost his job for aered poof time. unfortunately he belongs to one of the only groups in america that isn't protected by law. and that's just like ordinary people who want to express their faith in god
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and love of country and appalling. if he had written something, you know, that was politically fashionable. i'm sure he would be fine but god bless america is deeply offensive. asked for a response to the hospital much the hospital has not provided them with any sort of responses to their move. speak to retired u.s. army veteran he will join us live at 8:50 a.m. this morning tune in talk to them about this. love the cool name. 34 minutes after the hour and on so some more of your headlines. a california family that vanished without a trace in 2010. mexico. now the possible grizzly truth. authorities say forced skeletons found in shallow graves in the southern california desert are believed to be those of the missing san diego family. joseph, his wife some and two boys were all apparently murdered. cops say they will now try to piece together what led to the family's disappearance and how they ended up some 100 miles from their home. their remains were found
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monday by an off road motorcyclists. >> well today is the last day of the search for the man who fell or jumped from the small private airplane as it flew off the coast of miami. police identified the missing man as 42-year-old gerardado. island not far from the spot where the plenty's pilot said he went missing on thursday. authorities have no evidence of foul play. a classroom controversy in colorado anti-bullying campaign at james madison charter academy is requiring students to take turns being shunned, the school's principal says letting fourth through sixth graders what it is like to be ignored by their classmates is going to stop bullying. st.~paul the bullying problem. those against the campaign say the school should be focusing on stopping the real bully. professional race car driver pulls off the first ever
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360-degree barrel roll. check it out. >> there we go. known as the wild man, he performed the barrel roll in front of a live audience at the 2013 baja 1,000 in mexico. it's the first to be done with the truck. he says he is planning the jump for at least two years. >> how do you keep from snapping your axles on the landing? forget your neck. >> axles, forget about your neck don't wake up the next morning and need a back rub or something. >> just going over a pothole i get a sore back flipping 360. rick reichmuth is standing by. of drama in the world. rick, what's going on out there? >> how do you make the car move. >> stay on one side of that one ramp. >> the ramp is set, he is a stud driver on the weekend.
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>> back in the day. that's cool. >> hey, guys we have some severe weather this weekend. we have not had any for quite a while. in fact, it's been a slow season. take a look at the weather maps show you typically what we see for tornadoes in that kind of chrome column right there and the red what s. what we he have seen. only a couple months have we had above average tornadoes. november, however, might change by the time we get to tomorrow, anywhere you see that red bulls eye threat for severe weather. i think it could be tornadoes, if you are in illinois and indiana, parts of michigan and kentucky, get ready and just be alert for tomorrow as some the developing weather especially in the afternoon hours. today though, looking pretty mild ahead of that front and been so cold across a lot of the east we're going to warm up today and tomorrow. all right, back to you inside. >> all right. thank you, sir. >> yep. all right. well, billy crystal's hit auto biographical 700 sundays is returning to the
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great white way to the limited time engagement. the show premiered earlier this weekend a the red carpet was full of actors supporting legendary actor and comedian billy crystal. >> stepping into the fox light with michael tamara. you always get the best assignment. good morning. back with one ofe special nights that seemed to happen in new york city. tuesday night. the stars were out. events going on. feel the holidays right around the corner and all turned out for billy. kareem abdul jabbar. >> what does it mean 700 sundays, what is that? >> 700 sundays is the amount of sundays he spent with his father jack crystal passed away. >> that's pretty sweet. >> one man act and billy plays all the personalities and characters he knew growing up long island in new york city in the 50s and 60's. he tells lot of great stories. and when the first appeared on broadway in 2005. the "new york post" dubbed him the king of broadway came in with 10-million-dollar advance.
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covered the production cost in a couple of weeks. $14 million in profit. huge, big numbers for broadway. tells a lot of big stories. a scene where he backyard barbecue that turns into a family free for all. hysterical. at 16 his uncle goes to take him if i had ler on the roof at the imperial theater where his show is. a year since his father passed away. he gets the opportunity to meet the great actor who plays if i had ler and they go back stage and this is the story. >> i was intrussed to him, i was 16 years old. told him i wanted to perform and this was what i was trying to do with my life he was very encouraging if you you got to be funny work hard and be even funnier. try that keep working hard and he was so encouraging. and you know what? i'm in his dressing room. >> work hard. you can catch 700 sundays right here on broadway at the imperial theater now
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january 5th. limited run. you can catch all our photos from the red carpet by following me on twitter at fox light michael and instagram and check out our celebrity interviews at in the fox light.com. >> have to great white for that one. thanks, michael. >> coming up on the show the fbi says the biggest threat we face at home it's not terrorism, it's computers. cyber security expert explains how you can connect yourself. >> family motto is god wants us to all be millionaires. not sitting well with everyone. stars of new reality show thicker than water here to defend their theology. stay tuned for that they are the most critical people. >> you wasn't equipped with everything that you are usedbu to. i saw my doctor. a blood test showed it was low testosterone, not age. we talked about axiron. the only underarm low t treatment that can restore t levels to rmal in about 2 weeks in most men.
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♪ hold on to that feeling ♪ streetlights. >> the band is donating 350,000 to victims typhoon. go to providing over a million meals to people in desperate need there. christmas came early in line for a playstation four in dallas. that's cowboy's wide receiver dez bryant playing santa claus. he reportedly bought the new game console for the first few people in line wal-mart. one lucky shopper posted this picture. the it sells for about $400. anna? >> thanks so much. well, according to fbi director james cummings, there is a bigger domestic threat than terrorism. >> we have connected all of us, all of our lives, personal, professional, and national to the internet. and that's where the bad guys will go because that's where our lives are. and our money, our secrets, and our intellectual property. and they can go there at the
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speed of light. >> wow, creepy. what does this mean? and how you can keep your family safe online? here is what you need to know is cyber security analyst and the ceo of connected to the case.com. morgan wright. good morning to you, morgan, thanks for being with us. >> good morning, anna. >> what's your reaction when you hear this? it's not al qaeda. it's cyber threats? >> yeah. you know, anna, it law enforcement for a long time and saw the rise of technology being a factor. what's happened now post 9/11 there was obviously a big emphasis on terrorism. point about it is those are isolated events. cyber crime and cyber terrorism something has he happening 24 hours a day seven days a week, 365 days a year. just the inyears in that and the effect it's happening. that's why it's becoming such a huge problem. >> i can imagine our viewers' ears are perking up with the healthcare.gov and security there with sensitive information. you have say there are two types of attacks that we
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ought to be concerned about though. >> yeah. there is the types you see about, so like when we had the service attacks against banks or you see something visible happening like the original service attacks back in 2000, people could see those and take different action. the real insidious ones are the ones you never see. the ones where they get in using your personal information. get into your bank account or copy intellectual property or corporate secrets. things that are going to put your company out of business because somebody is stealing the idea and getting to the market faster. >> or following your key strokes. something like that. you do have some tips though that we ought to be paying attention to. first up, encrypt your wireless network. how critical is this? >> anna, no more than you would leave your credit cards with your user names and pass words open for everybody to see. you have got to encrypt these networks. too many networks i see even in my neighborhood are not locked down. that means somebody with just free programs can see everything you are typing. everything you are doing. your personal information, your sensitive information is at home. keep that thing encrypted.
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>> who should we share our user names and pass words with, anybody? >> the answer is nobody. that would be a jeopardy question. what is no one. never share your information. now, remember what edward snowden did he social engineered about 20 people reported out of their user name and pass wards saying i'm the system administrator to download documents. that's the real derek. never give your user name and pass ward to anybody. if they are really the system administrator they have different types of access. never give it to anybody. >> we need to be aware of our surroundings. don't log no your bank account with somebody peering over your shoulder, what else. >> sitting in starbucks and think i want to transfer some money. you don't know who is around. you don't know what they are watching and what somebody can see can't see like talking about. the key strokes on user name. happened over and over again. public wi-fi are popular places for people to steal your personal information. >> i know here at fox he we are very -- we pay a lot of attention to change our
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password a lot. you recommend doing it at least every six months? >> at least because, you know, you might think you have created really good password. chances are somebody out there has broken it already. you never want to be the victim of that. it's just good policy to change your password every six months. you know, make it a strong pars word. don't make it the name of your dog and your birthday. there is a loft programs out there that will help you generate and manage very strong pass words. that's your key to the house. don't let anybody have it. >> lastly, if it's too good to be true, it probably is. >> yeah. if you find a pair of jimmy choo shoes for $15. not only are you going to get ripped off. they have collected something more than the shoes, credit card, name, expiration date and name on the credit card. do a little bit of online research. if you are willing to drive 30 minutes to go to a mall to look for something. spend 5 minutes verifying it's coming from authorized resaler. christmas and thanksgiving coming up aflt lot of fraud. >> the jimmy shoes weren't
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blnt the identity theft? i'm teasing you. morgan wright, thank you so much for your time. those are great tips for us especially this time of year. >> you bet, anna. >> for the first time congress talking to survivors of the benghazi terror attack. congressman nevin newness was in that hearing and he now joins us with what we are hearing about it. move over housewives, a new reality family is in town and they do everything big. meet the tankers and their love of faith, family, and fortune. [ male announcer ] this is the age of knowing what you're made o
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i'm looking at a congregation of non-millionaires with the last name tanker and i'm wig to change that britney, what is your plan to become a millionaire? >> well, see, the thing about it is. [ laughter ] i thought i was already rich. because you were rich. you done messed up my whole plan. now i have got to redo my whole vision board. >> joining us now are the mother and father of this larger than life family ben and joel tankert. >> let me get to the theology first, i think every patient wants his children to be prosperous. the question is does god want us to be prosperous. a bunch of scenes all over the new testament matthew 19
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where jesus said very hard to get into heaven if you are rich. young rich man sell everything you have and give it to the poor if you want to get into heaven how do you reconcile that. >> the ending of that scripture disciple says jesus who can make it because we are all loaded jesus said with god all things are possible. so the lesson jesus was teaching was rich people can make it to heaven but you have got to do it with god. >> it's harder. he says that un equivocally. why encourage. >> we encourage our kids to go for the straight as, if you you don't make it bs and cs are okay. go for millionaire so they can bless people and hunger and homeless people, they see us give every single day so we say if you want to be able to give every day you need to ask god for more. and use your own gifts. >> there is scripture in john that talks about god desires for us to prosper in every single area in mind, soul, and body in everything. so, really it's not just prospering financially, it's
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emotionally, it's mentally and it's the person that you become on the way to becoming a millionaire. perseverance, diligence, integrity. treating everyone kindly. it's not just the material, it's the development of who you have to become to become successful. nobody goes to the olympics to shoot for the silver or the bronze. everybody is going to go for the gold. >> right. i think that's great. it's certainly great advice, great business advice. great life advice. the question is is it great advice as a christian pastor to give your con get congregants. do you believe that people who are poor are somehow failing. >> absolutely not. we certain isly don't want that message to be perceived. i was raised very, very poor. in fact, i still carry a package of coupons of food stamps around to remind me of how i was raised. we didn't have a car. we didn't have running water. i used to work shoveling chicken manure on chicken farm.
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had to go to school without taking a bath. kids picked on me calling my tankard stank. >> gospel musician. >> that's how we make our living. we volunteer to be pastors. >> we started in our home. >> so that can s. kind of the key. you don't take money for your christian ministry. >> no not at all. we are big entrepreneurs. >> become a millionaire in your business and give your time and money to god. >> absolutely. >> well, good for you. success.eally nice. i hope your show does great you seem such a cut above. >> you would love our blended family. >> i'm going to watch it thanks so much for joining us. the tankard family. >> thank you. >> well, thicker than water is on sunday nights 9 p.m. on bravo. thank you ben and jewel tankard. >> handling to president bush's handling of katrina.
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16th at a of noe, 2013. i'm anna kooiman. republican healthcare fix, so where do we stand? we break it down with governor mike huckabee in moments. alec baldwin mount al baldwin erupts again. this time going after a fox reporter. ask you. this do you want to apologize? i asked you you a question. get [bleep] out of here. >> will his head explode? what sparked the latest outburst? how will it all end? we have answers. the reporter joins us live with her side of the story
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coming up this hour. >> would a let a stranger sleep on your shoulder? the experiment and result this hour from a subway train. i think that's happened to me. i just pat the guy's head. >> i thought you were the sleeping one. >> "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. >> you are watching "fox & friends." that's the great way to begin your day. >> can i some of the craziest people on the subway though he. >> tell me the story again. what did you say? >> i fell asleep on the train and about 45 minutes i think a gentleman let me sleep with my head on his shoulders. >> because she is so sweet. >> you are normal though. you see so many how can i say this, just wild, creative? >> people like alec baldwin falling asleep on shoulder on the subway. >> take a look at this picture that i actually took a picture of on the subway yesterday? can you see this? he was emptying out his briefcase and his pockets. he was getting crumbs all over my shoes he was
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laughing. >> >> debellagio, new york. >> how long have you guys been dating? >> we have got to get to some headlines now. >> yes, we do. let's see that here we go. authorities thought a california family that vanished vanished back in 2010. now the grizzly possible truth. authorities say four skeltons found in shallow graves in the southern california desert are believed to be those of the missing san diego family joseph, his wife summer and two boys gee annie and joseph junior were all apparently murdered. cops say they will now try to piece together what led to the family's disappearance and how they ended up 100 miles from their home. some evidence found at the grave site will help complete that investigation. the remains were found monday by an off road motorcyclist. >> just hours after the afghan president anouns the final draft of a security deal with the u.s.
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a deadly bomb blast rips through the capital city of afghanistan. officials on the ground in kabul say one soldier was killed. eyewitnesses say that they saw several bodies in the area. it happened near the site of next week's meeting of elders where leaders will make a decision on that deal. the fbi issuing a warning to government workers. beware of hackers. this comes after the bureau reported that the group anonymous has cracked into computers at several agencies and stolen the personal information of thousands of employees, the break-ins begin last december after hackers found a flaw in software use to build government web sites. a curious toddler take as tumble while exploring on the tunnel. ice puddle. >> the little russian girl quickly learns ice is slippery and falls on to her
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head, luckily she was all bundled up in her coat and doesn't get hurt. the layers of the puffy coat saved her. that is important lesson to learn if you are growing up in russia ice is slippery. >> my grandparents met by falling asleep one of them fell asleep on the other's shoulder. >> that's so nice. governor huckabee in morning. >> turn to governor mike huckabee. has that ever happened to you. has anyone ever fallen asleep on you in a subway. >> no. thank goodness maybe some of those afflictionst would be covered under the affordable care act. >> which would my maternity benefits which i'm looking forward to and children's dental health since our children are all grown we don't have any kids and i'm probably not going to have a baby. unless i'm covered just in case. >> just this case. it's not a what does it mean
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that 39 democrats broke with the white house yesterday to vote for the upton bill which would allow people to keep their insurance that was cancelled. >> this was political cya. that is what this is about. these democrats are in real trouble. they know they can't go back home and defend. this far more people with cancelled insurance than they do with people who suddenly have this wonderful insurance policy that's costing them $2,500 less. that turned out to be a complete myth. people are seeing their policies double. quadruple. it's hostile. no democrat wants to go home and say i'm sure proud i voted for that they are trying to say i fix it. >> government should not be doing a program like this. cannot run a program like this. charles krauthammer last night on the kelly file had this to say. i want to get to you respond. >> okay. >> unless it is somehow rescued and they make it work, this will be a story of an epic collapse of the central element of a new
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kind of liberalism and this ideology will go down with the policy. that's why liberals are so afraid of this thing collapsing and they are in horror they train wreck that they are now witnessing. >> do you agree? >> i think liberals don't yet understand that the reason it's collapsing is because it is destined to collapse. already in the first week we finally got some numbers. we found three times more people are on medicaid than purchase the insurance and of those who purchase a lot of them are getting a subsidy. think what that means. that means that you have a whole lot of people getting free product, very few people paying for the product and the only way to pay for all the free product is to charge the paying people a whole lot more. this is something that ought to be a big shock to anybody. so i agree with charles that i -- liberals are in a panic but i don't know that liberals actually get it it i don't think they are that smart. i don't think liberals are smart enough to understand that you cannot continue to give things away without
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some day having to pay for it. somebody has to do that. >> not just the rollout of the web site but the program seems to be really a debacle. no denying that. the "new york times" recently comparing the obamacare rollout to hurricane katrina for president bush. can you compare the two. >> one is a man made disaster and that's obama's rollout and the other was a natural disaster. i will be the first to concede there were some real problems in the way that the administration, the bush administration handled the first few days of katrina. our state took 75,000 people n three days. it was a stunning 3% increase in our state's population. that's a pretty big jump. and so we dealt with a lot of challenges. but, they started did i power back to the states and letting people make decisions. worked out. it's typical of the "new york times" they have got to look for something. let's blame bush. why not. go ahead and say it's his
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fault. here is the thing the president is doing. he is he scrambling. i have never seen a president scramble so much. this ridiculous notion that he tells the nash companies go ahead and let them keep their policy shows how inept he is and how little he understands how insurance regulations work. it takes months to change an insurance regulation. you have administrative hearings. you have all this process. and for him to say just go ahead and offer those policies, it would be like the president of the united states saying to mcdonald's, we order you to put the mcrib on the menu. >> trying to make them the bad guy and not him? >> what i don't understand is it's not the president's job constitutionally. is he a constitutional law major supposedly. he signs the law. legislative branch decides of it. how can he he say parts of the law are are not working i will change them. >> not only unconstitutional, tucker. think about this. what has been the reason the democrats have held up any possible changes to obamacare some that i bet they wish they had gone ahead and accepted it.
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they use this phrase it's the law of the land. he goes in there and unilaterally decides which pieces of the law that he will either accept, change, enforce, or completely ignore. >> i didn't hear him say this at the podium but this undermines his entire argument that these are scam policies or bad policies. that they were all -- scam policies that people once they got sick with then be dropped from their insurance plans. these are better plans. and now i didn't hear him say that on the podium. >> of course he can't. this is like saying we have taken some really bad medicine off the shelf because it's going to hurt you. three days later come back and say you know we want you to go ahead and have access. what if it makes you sick? we don't care. it's our political rear that matters. not yours. >> go ahead and eat it. >> do we like when a president takes responsibility and says he is sorry? is this going to help him? does this wipe the slap clean for him? >> i think what he is sorry for is he a sorry that his plan is not working.
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i'm not sure that he sorry people lose healthcare or rates triple to the point it's unaffordable. irony of all of this is done in the name of affordable care act. most people that had insurance find it unaffordable. let's not forget we had 85% of the marketplace covered. is a% weren't. disrupting 100% for the 125. we should have carved out the 15. we could have done a backbone of medicaid. creating a pool for people who are high risk. it could have worked. you pay deductibles, co-pay, you control utilization. this could have worked and would have been simple. >> exactly. thank you for saying that no one remembers that. this was done in the back room deal. what do you have on the show today. >> rick santorum. he will be talking about obamacare and strategy of republicans going forward. a fascinating young man who has mba from fordham, can't find a job. sets up a table in front of the biggest brokerage houses
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on wall street coffee and donuts along with his resume. give him credit for the creativity. chris jans sen country singer will be with us tonight. >> catch that 8 p.m. here tonight on the fox news channel. governor, great to he sue. >> great to see you guys. >> survivors of the benghazi terror attack speaking out for the first time this week. congressman defensive -- devin nuns. he will be here next. >> would you let a stranger sleep on your shoulder? the results coming your way.
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gaps between terror attack on the u.s. consulate there congressman mike rogers said this last night on the kelly file. >> by the testimony we have received over the last few days, compared by the testimony that was taken earlier and it sync, up, it is clear there was intervals in the fighting. three hour block in the lull of the fighting. >> that may conflict with our next guest's i object ter presentation. a member of the house intelligence committee republican of california. thanks for joining us. >> thanks, tucker. >> tell us about whether there was a lull. >> i don't understand the significance to. me there was never a lull. for one, we have video so we have the drone feed qui have the video. provide the video whether or not there were bad guys out there. >> you are the house
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intelligence committee. what grounds are they denying you the video. >> well, there shouldn't be a time line issue. we don't need witnesses to tell us about the time line whether or not there were attackers. we need to know if they saw the attackers, that sort of thing. secondly, if there was this lull in the fighting. the reason they want -- the administration wants this narrative of the lull because they want an excuse as to why they didn't send in help. >> yes. >> that's why they want the whole issue with the lull. so there f. there was a lull, then what were these guys doing on the roof top at 5:00 in the morning. they didn't normally stand on the roof tops. >> exactly. >> furthermore, what on earth happened to the ambassador? we had a missing ambassador. there is no lull when the guy that all those people are supposed to be protecting the ambassador and he is missing? there is a lull? there is a reason that everybody just parks their cars and grounds all the airplanes and just doesn't do anything? nonsense. not reasonable. >> one of the reason we don't have answers to very basic questions and legitimate questions i think like those is that a lot of the people who were on the ground cia officers and contractors have signed ndas
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promising not to talk. why would the administration force them to do that. >> there is lots of lies and coverup in this. i don't understand why. i sent a letter with nine questions that the administration needs to answer. if they would just answer the nine questions, this would all go away. but, for some reason, they don't answer the questions. so this week we had a couple two different interviews. one on wednesday with people who are currently in the agency. and then thursday on people that are now retired, and these are all good people. if it wasn't for them, every american in benghazi would have been murdered that night. and, for some reason, the guys that are now retired there is orchestrated effort to discredit them. >> that's just disgusting. the overwhelming majority polling shows americans want answers to these questions and deserve them since they are paying for this since it's their country. here is a very basic question. why were there some two dozen cia officers in benghazi libya in the first place? >> it's a good question. some of that should be
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classified. >> how about give me a sense of it it. >> well, obviously, normally they would be there. that was a former war zone, so i'm sure there is a lot of bad guys on the ground there we know there is terrorists on the ground. it doesn't -- that's not really the question that we need answered. the question that we need answered is why did they not, if there were calls for help, why did no help ever come? >> right. >> we have a counter terrorism team at the state department that could have been deployed it wasn't deployed it normally is deployed in situations like this. so, now, then it took, because terrorism team was not deployed, then the fbi didn't get on the ground until three weeks after the attack. so now you have got all these bad guys running around loose. and there is -- it doesn't appear like there is any attempt to actually go get them. >> that's just unbelievable. i would love to know. if when jp morgan does something, the administration doesn't like. they're on the scene. but when four of our guys are murdered, three weeks it's outrageous. congressman, thanks a lot. thanks for coming on and
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explaining that. >> high school cross-country team meets their match when a kite joins -- coyote: going crazy this time on a fox reporter. that reporter joins us live next.
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>> 22 minutes past the hour. arizona couple's vacation in thailand turns into a nightmare. they were abandoned while
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scuba diving. imagine this. a boat's captain returned to the shore before the couple and two instructor and other divers return to the boat. they pop up out of the water, boat is gone. nearly an hour later another passing boat picked them up. didcan you imagine? check out the latest photos from volcano as the -- did you read that at the mall? sinabung. cinnabon at the mall? thousands of people have been. extremely hot ash, gas mount sinabung. >> okay. well, it's the rant that we have been telling you about all morning long. alec baldwin explodes on a local fox affiliate reporter. >> that's the one [inaudible] [clearing throat] >> you are a. >> you are the one that almost hit my wife with the microphone in the face.
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>> i did not almost hit your wife. >> yeah? do you want to apologize to her on camera? i asked you a question. do you want to apologize to her get the [bleep] out of here. >> did nothing wrong. i did nothing wrong. >> alec -- >> -- wow. >> that's a cry for help. it's been -- who led to his latest explosion? >> let's ask fox 5 reporter herself linda schmidt what was that like. >> i have eaten at cinnabon and i loved them too. >> it's not every day. >> i wanted to go on the record with that no, what happened here yesterday. i have got to give you the back story because, you know, he was involved with the trial. he had accused a woman of stalking him and she was convicted of stalking him on thursday. alec and hillara were not in court at that time. we were covering the verdict. found guilty. they are not there so we go to their apartment which you know is in greenwich village here in the city to get their response to the verdict. hillara was crossing the street. she clearly saw me
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approaching her. there was a long walk of me approaching her. i went up to ask her what is your response to this verdict? she didn't like me being there. she stuck her finger in my face and she said i have something to say. stay away from me. i put my microphone down, she crossed the street. went to her car. that was the end of it well, later on she ended up telling her publicist and husband that i nearly knocked her teeth out with my microphone. so that is what freaked him out. do we have that video? because i want to show this it does definitely tell a different story and i would love the viewers because they can be the ultimate judge on this if we have that video. >> there it is. >> do you have any comments about the woman being found guilty today? anything to say? >> i have something to say. get away from me. >> and the side story to all of this. she is not somebody brand new to microphones being put up to her and being asked questions because she is an entertainment reporter for another entertainment show on a different network and she does feature reports. this is not brand new for her.
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she had told her husband that i nearly knocked her teeth out by doing that so he snapped. >> is he okay? it seems like he has been living out on a subway grate panhandling. he doesn't seem like the alec baldwin from "saturday night live" he seems in trouble. >> second time in my life covering him. first time from a distance. he has no idea who i am. i have never been around either one of these two people before. i don't know them personally. but yesterday when there was the huge melee and the only reason that we were there yesterday is because there were reports that he had assaulted a reporter from the "new york post." as a result, my bosses said okay, look, we did not want to go down there again today. the story is over. we don't want to seem like we are piling on here, but, now there is this other report of him allegedly assaulting another reporter. let's go down there. that's the only reason we were there. >> and you weren't the first. >> we were not the first. >> remind the viewers robert moses and this confrontation that occurred with him
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earlier. take a look. >> did you hear what i said? yes or no. if you are here when my wife and kid come out here you know you have a big problem, okay? >> okay. >> that was early yesterday morning. after that incident happened. our bosses got together and had a conversation look we covered the trial. we covered the verdict. this story is over. we did the follow-up yesterday morning. robert moses did it the story is done for us. let's not pile on. then came the report of him allegedly assaulting another reporter. i saw the video and he did assault that reporter. that's why i was there. >> yelling at the police to press charges. >> against me, no, no, no. nothing happened there he has no basis for any charges being filed against me whatsoever. he has not charged any filed. the nypd came up to me after he finally left with his wife because they were packing to go away for the weekend they came up to me to ask me if i was okay. if i had been hurt in any way. so, it's unfortunate that it happened, but i do want to say, this i respect the man for believing his wife, because you should believe your spouse. so you have to respect him
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for that. that's what she told him. in this case though, she got it wrong and as a result he got it wrong. in this case. they are both wrong. >> yeah. that's obvious from the tape. be careful out there. >> i know, are you okay? are you good? >> i think i will be all right. thank you, guys. >> linda, thank you so much. >> well, coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, he fought to protect our freedom but his employer says he can't end his emails with god bless america and he has been put on leave. he is bringing his fight to "fox & friends" today. >> and she is the self-defense trainer that taught actress kerry russell how to defend herself as russian spy in latest tv role this morning showing off moves we can use to protect ourselves every day. >> lindsey moore, come on. [ eeping ] [ male announcer ] you hear that?
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>> if it was a sweet little old lady, absolutely. but you see some characters on the subway. >> someone like me, i wouldn't want somebody -- the picture you are looking at right now taken by some as a sign of progress in america or something. i don't know. i'm all for unity and togetherness, i don't want somebody drooling on my shoulder on the subway. >> get it together. >> does that make me mean? no. >> a city that takes so much out of you. and in any city, you know, life can just be hard and you need a nap every once in a while and this guy was literal person there. >> i have had some late nights. i have never passed on out an stranger on the subway. >> you passed out on the show one day. [ laughter ] that's a very fair point. >> people that are sleeping that slow lull of the train whistling by and it's just like -- people are sitting on there for like an hour and a half. and they are leaning over. i see it all the time. see them knocking them in the head. what would you do? knock them in the head?
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tap them on the shoulder this guy is just laughing. >> push them gently on to the floor. >> a lot of our viewers are probably not very familiar with public transportation in new york city. you can probably relate if have you ever been on an airplane. everybody falls asleep there too. we have seen similar videos. the woman was like literally drool was coming out of her mouth and the guy had an iphone camera and he was videotaping the whole thing. >> women drool it's cute when men do it's appalling. >> over half of american women in america admit they have woken up in a bad mood because their husband annoyed them in a dream. >> according to research. auto% of women blame their partner for things they did in the dream. i mean, i think that number, i think tucker you you brought this up earlier. that number may be low. >> may be low? first of all 100%. stud haves shown in60's about 100% of women wake up mad because they dreamt
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their boyfriend or husband cheated on them. >> or something else like stole money and there was a fire and didn't rescue them. didn't pull me out why duress could you that guy and not the other guy in the fire? what are you talking about? that was a dream, hope, it's okay. i'm with you here right now. my wife is a very visual dreamer. whatever she has watched right before bed whether it be seinfeld or something scary she will dream about it and then i will hear about it it the next morning. >> you are hoping for seinfeld and not scary? >> right because you never know what you are going to get. >> anna from pennsylvania writes this. isn't that because women have had those feelings before sleeping and dreaming as clay to be has suggested? yeah. jamie emailed us this. my husband was mad at me when in his dream i had an affair with the bailiff from the tv show night court. >> be annoyed. that is appalling. don't share that. i mean, if you have a creepy dream about having an affair with the bailiff. don't tell him. >> just share it on national television like did you.
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>> jill writes this twitter jelly beaten -- bean is her handle. i told him i was mad at him and he promptly apologized. >> is he a wise man. >> men are just beaten down. you are apologized for something that happened in a giving feedback. more headlines to get to this saturday morning though. we are getting our first look at what happened inside the new jersey mall during the shooting last week. new surveillance video released shows people running away and the accused gunman, richard shoop walking around very calmly. >> the body language was that of somebody that was in a tactical position looking to take out targets or looking to defend themself. it was basically of somebody who had a different state of mind. >> police say shoop fired off at least six rounds but no one was hit. he shot himself before a confrontation with officers. a georgia business owner cited for showing his
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patriotic spirit. the owner of c.j.'s hot dogs in mcdonough southeast of atlanta says his restaurant is dedicated to police, fire, and military. that's why he put up the flags you see here three months ago. friday a code enforcement officer told him to take them down. >> i'm just floored. and i called the guy and asked him what they are for, he said i'm in violation of my flags flying above my restaurant. >> a city administrator called the owner and told him the ordinance he was cited for was too vegas and needed to be rewritten. and for that reason, the owner is asking the citations to be thrown out. well, it's a headline warming all the hearts across america. that kid -- bat kid or miles as he is known is 5-year-old cancer survivor. his dream was to be bat kid for day. to make it happen the make-a-wish foundation teamed up with the city and thousands of volunteers came out. he he had a busy day rescuing a damsel in distress and riddler trying
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to rob the bank and san francisco mascot being kidnapped by the penguin. best of all he was given a key to the city. estimated that more than 10,000 people helped make miles' day a reality. nickname we should nickname this guy wiley coyote. runners in arizona got a surprise competition at a cross-country meet from a coyote and ran out on to the course during the high school state championship. and at one point it was running right alongside the race leader before dashing off into some nearby brush. >> looking for the road runner. >> check in with rick reichmuth now who is outside with the first alert forecast. hey, rick. >> got somebody from arizona. did you see that story about the coyote? >> i did. the coyote just ran right through and the runners just let him go. >> did you ever see them out there? >> no. oh, coyotes, yeah in my neighborhood all the time. >> coyotes all the time in your neighborhood in arizona. take a look at the weather
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maps. beautiful picture still feeling like fall and looking like fall in a few places. maryland, this is right down on the platomic, looking spectacular there. great shot. little bit of rain moving through this morning. most of the rain is drying out. cloudy skies, going to be overcast. keep sending pictures rick reichmuth on twitter or facebook. kind of a mild day across the mid-atlantic and northeast certainly compared to where we have been for much of this last week. warm up for at least a couple of days. down to the southeast you are looking pretty warm as well. there is some bad weather across parts of the central plains later on today we are going to see some stormy conditions across areas of iowa and into wisconsin. could be some very strong winds tomorrow is a worse day for severe weather at places across the illinois and indiana and ohio. be re very ready for what me might see tomorrow. out across the west, up to two feet of snow across the higher elevations of inner mountain west. anna send it back to you inside. >> hi, rick, thank you so much. would you be able to protect yourself if someone came after you. we all think it wouldn't
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happen to us. but anybody can find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time. here to teach us hue to not become a victim is self-defense trainer and she trained carrie russell for the show "the americans" now has a message especially for women. good morning. thanks for being with us. why is it important that we learn self-defense? all about really empowering ourselves and feeling confident, too. >> women need to know how to defend themselves because they can be a target of victim of violence for any reason anywhere and at any time. and not only speak from my personal experience of facing a sexual assault but, the stats show you every two minutes a woman is getting, you know, targeted for violence. as an american, it's staggering and very alarming. >> you turned your bad experience into a good one for a lot of other people. the four phases of self-defense is intercept, control, weaken and disengage safely. >> you are going to show me some moves. >> i'm going it bring on my
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attacker from here. >> hello. >> is he going to stand here and show you what is he going to do. >> okay. >> for example, when it comes to self-defense for a woman you want it to be very simple. modify just very basic defenses against the most common attacks so, from here if someone tries to grab my hairs you know as a woman it's very control. if you can control the head of the victim you can control the body. instead of trying to rip it off. i want to keep it here and prevent him from pulling me towards him from. me i control him and immediately deliver too weaken. you can do whatever you else you need do do to disrupt his thought process. so if the attacker comes here and grabs your hair instead of him pulling you and continuing pull you from here you want to. >>, o, if he does pull knew him it's great because now you can glue yourself to him and blade across his neck. here you have control of the whole body now when you get close you can deliver a
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combative to the groin, exactly. with a kick. >> you are basically using all angles to create some lang. even closer to the body it shows you as a woman you can control your attacker. if he comes at me from behind what do i need to do. >> i will show you quickly if my attacker grabs me immediately and wants to grab my hair i want to prevent me from pulling me into him. from here i same concept i come in and i close i do a knee from here i attack and then can i disengage from him safe limit. obviously a lot scary which which he are unfortunate, that's the situation. one of the worse cases that you would face. >> thank you for the demo. >> thank you so much for having me. thank you. 42 minutes after the hour now. and since president obama took office. hundreds of our top military leaders have left their post. why? and is this compromising our national security? and not getting enough rest
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an hour's sleep. clayton and tucker over to you. >> thanks, anna. over to 200 military leaders out of their post since president obama took office. why are we seeing this purge of some of our greatest leaders and what effected will this have on our national security? joining to us discuss this retired air force colonel and author of "the mercenary" dan hampton. it does seem like there is an exodus of leadership from the armed services. what accounts for that? >> well, you know, tucker, who can blame them? the military is basically an extension of the civilian policy makers and there isn't a policy coming out of washington. i mean, name a strategy, a coherent functional rationale strategy coming out of washington. i can't. neither can they. a lot of these guys disagree. professionally, with the white house. and as a result. you know, they are getting fired. the president being an amateur has chosen to surround himself with other
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amateurs. and he is not the kind of guy to take criticism. his egos writing checks that he can't deliver on. so his only recourse is to get rid of these guys and look what happened to stanley mckristol, right? >> we had a laundry list of folks up on the screen here we were showing. >> right. >> these guys being fired, forced out. how much of a role does the play in purging these guys and gals? >> well, you know, you are not going to find -- you are probably not going to find any memos or anything written down on it all it takes from him is a word or two in the right area. and these guys are gone. and the biggest thing -- the biggest gap that that leaves in the military then is people who now step in to fill these shoes, who may be doing so, you know, for political reasons, not necessarily because they are the best qualified. so now you don't have anybody left who is going to stand up to this clown act in the white house. look at the wave of sexual harassment prosecutions and convictions in the military. you know, this waive of political correctness.
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you know, there has been a couple of high profile cases lately that's cost us the services of two in the air force's case two very qualified and talented general officers, including an astronaut. because they overturned these sexual harassment convictions and that ran afoul of the political hierarchy in the white house and in congress. >> it's unbelievable. i read the other day the administration announced the diversity is essential in our military. why should i care what color my army is? what does it have to do with anything? don't i want a competent and ferocious army? like what is that? >> absolutely. it has nothing to do with it. you know, i spent over 20 years in the military. i could care less how the person next to me is dressed, what color they are, how they pray. i don't even care who they sleep with. what i care about is how they fight and are they going to get me killed or are they going to be able to do their job? >> is this affecting our national defense, colonel before we let you go. >> absolutely. look at claire mccaskill
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running around getting rid of these generals who gets in her way. doesn't pay property taxes and serves as a senator and gets rid of officers. air force cases we are going to be a doesn't pay property tax and can get rid of general officers. we'll be 1,000 pilot fighters short. they don't have to put up with this, enough, i'm gone. >> thanks a lot for joining us. thanks for that crisp and smart and pretty depressing explanation. >> always a pleasure to be back. thanks. >> coming up on the show, a family disappears more than three years ago. police thought this was them crossing into mexico now their bodies turned up. who killed them? breaking details. >> he fought to protect our freedom 30 years. he can't send e-mails that say "god bless america." he was put on leave for that. my asthma's under control.
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welcome back. he served in the army 20 years. he's been working in a california hospital using "god bless america" as a signature sign-off. his employer asked him to stop doing it. when he told them he wanted a lawyer, they put him on leave. nice to see both of you this morning. welcome to the show. >> good morning. >> boots, i start with you, the greatest name i ever heard. >> it's the one i was born with and may be partially responsible
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for who i am. >> how long have you been doing this? >> fourth of july, 2012. >> what prompted to you do that? >> i'm a patriot. i believe in america. i believe america needs god's good will and god's blessings. >> have you ever heard a complaint from anyone you e-mailed? >> never heard a complaint until just recently. >> why was the hospital upset? >> i think the hospital got upset not because of the e-mail but when they told me i would take it offer or i would or already had after they told me to and at that time i told them i would seek legal counsel. >> brad, you got involved in this. what was your thought when boots called you? >> it was pretty surprised and disappointing to hear a hospital
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who had taken this action initially because he put "god bless america." this man served 20 years serving our country and the fact they would think god bless america is offensive to some other employee. and not discriminate against other employees who have personal expressions is hypocritical and hostile to people with patriotic opinion. >> boots, where is the fight right now? >> the fight is with my attorneys. i am back to work. my attorneys haven't given me permanent yilgs to put it back on my e-mails. we've been asking for them to let me put it back on my e-mails or have everybody in the hospital remove their comments from their e-mails. >> right. >> boots and brad, we appreciate
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you joining this morning. we reached out to the hospital who did not return our call to be on the show. we want to thank boots and brad for joining us on the show. >> thank you. >> more "fox and friends."
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good morning. it is saturday the 16th of november, 2013. call it the great defection. 39 democrats splitting with the president in support of the republican's health care fix. the president vowing to block it. where do we stand? we break it all down straight ahead. >> and mount baldwin erupts again this time on a fox reporter. >> i asked you a question, you want to apologize? i asked you a question. [ bleep ]. >> what is going on with alec baldwin? is he okay? why is he pushing a shopping
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cart? we have all the details ahead. the reporter shares her side of the story. >> he just went to whole foods. >> every bride dreams of the perfect wedding day, never expecting this to happen. the story behind this delicious disaster. that is an awesome photographer. "fox and friends" hour four. are you counting at home? this is the fourth hour. starts right now. ♪ today is saturday >> oh, yeah. if you look down that street, you might see alec baldwin. >> there he is on the subway grate to the left barking at strangers. >> come on, guys. this song is supposed to put us in a good mood. this darien dean is one of our
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great crew members here on "fox and friends." >> and we are inside safe from alec baldwin who is roaming the streets yelling at people. >> we've been hearing about mounting pressure from democrats against obama care. having closed-door meetings, the vice president having to meet with democrats to quell their fears. now we are hearing of 39 different democrats who are splitting with the white house on this latest fix that the president rolled out yesterday. interestingly, it passed the house. whether or not it will actually make it through the senate will be interesting. whether or not the president will sign it, we'll see. >> there is some debate among republicans in washington whether or not this bill is politically a good idea. democrats are wholly responsible for obama care. it passed on a party line vote by one vote. not one republican voted for it. the question is why should the republicans in any way take responsibility for fixing this since it's entirely the president's problem? in any case he is seeing major
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defections from panicked democrats who will be punished for this in the next election. >> he is going on to do a conference call monday. if you are a supporter, those folks organizing for action, he wants to do a conference call monday to rally the troops. he says "hop on the phone with me. i've still got campaigning fight left if me." >> give mere speech. that will fix them. >> he says he has one campaign left in him. this is his effort to not just have the horrible legacy of the obama care debacle and not become a lame duck president. here is what mike huckabee had to say. >> this is political cya. these democrats are in real trouble. they can't go back home and defend this. they have far more people what canceled insurance than with
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people with insurance policies costing 2,500 left. people are seeing policies double, quadruple. they need to say, i'm trying to fix it. >> meanwhile, the white house has met with more than a dozen health insurance executives to swell their fears. meeting with democrats to quell their fears are meeting with health insurance executives. one of the big issues they have to deal with is having to revamp it to keep their plans. remember it took them three years to get them on the same page. we'll set up these exchanges which has been a debacle. this insurance company fighting with this insurance company. play nice. we'll make one data base we'll access with a computer system. they are in competition with each other. get on the same page to fix this latest thing about keeping your plan. >> in 30 days. >> the main response has been total confusion. the president comes out and announces a change to the law which is unconstitutional.
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the insurance industry is saying how do we do this? their request is can we sell our insurance directly to people? do they have to go through the exchange? no, says the government, you must go,000 our website. wait, it doesn't work. >> used to be the big foot in mouth term was, you didn't build that. now a lot of people are saying this is going to be the president's legacy. >> across generations, presidents are associated with one famous utterance. ask not what your country can do for you. the only thing we have to fear, tear down this wall. and our current president will be no different. if you like your health care plan, you can keep it, period. for the last three years, the president repeated this promise in selling his signature law and he did so with the knowledge it would not be met. >> we should note fred upton is
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not only one of the more powerful republicans in washington but the uncle of kate upton. >> don't get too excited. >> i think he makes a great point. these are words the president didn't say accidentally. he said them dozens of time and they hang in the air. they are false and knew they were false. >> do you think this will be the president's lasting legacy? that term or something else. friends and fox news.com. we have other stories making news today. authorities in a california family vinnished without a trace were thought to fled to mexico. now the truth. four skeletons found in shallow graves in the southern california desert are believed to be those of the san diego family, joseph, his wife summer and their two boys were murdered. cops will now try to piece together what led to the family's disappearance and how they ended up 100 miles from their home. remains were found monday by an
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offroad motorcyclist. while sleeping hours after the afghan president announces the final draft of the security deal with the united states, a deadly bomb blast ripped through the capital city of afghanistan. officials on the ground in kabul say one soldier was killed and another three injured in the homicide bomb. it happened near the site of next week's meeting of elders where they will make a decision on the deal. web rerutgers basketball coach mike bryce was fired for bullying his players? the university vowed to halt any abuse of his students. seven months later there is a new allegation of abuse this time involving the football team. defensive coordinator dave cohen is accused of verbally abusing and threatening to head butt defensive back jevon tyree during a study session. he said it drove him to quit the team. the school reports the episode was dealt with immediately and in a statement, they say "this
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was an isolated incident. at no time was there any threat of physical violence which was verified by an academic counselor who was present in the room." talk about a marital mishap. a newlywed couple tries to cut their cake. they knock it over on to the floor. the delicious disaster was caught in a photo taken by the wedding photographer. the couple keeping a good sense of humor about it just laughed it off. >> the key to this photo is it was her fault. she would never let him live this down. >> that would have been the shortest marriage on record. >> because she did it, he has to comfort her. it's okay, it's okay. and take the blame. i know you knocked it on the floor, but i'll take the blame for it. poor guy or lucky guy, i mean. chicago, you've been very cool this week. it's about to change today and tomorrow. temps at 64 tomorrow. then the roller coaster
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continues. things cool down a bunch. we'll have severe weather. eastern seaboard looking not that bad. florida, we'll see scattered showers throughout the day today. we had clouds and rain throughout the morning this morning. we'll dry out for the eastern seaboard today. this is the next storm pulling in. it's a lot of snow across the higher elevations of the intermountain west, not down towards california. tahoe area not the snow. oregon and washington and down through the rockies. some areas will see a couple of feet of snow. a lot of ski resorts opening this weekend. today a chance for severe weather. this is mostly a bit of strong winds that we are going to see across the central plains. tomorrow this system gets much more organized and the threat for much more damaging wind, and also isolated tornados, especially where you see this red. across michigan, down towards kentucky, illinois, ohio, indiana. you need to watch this very carefully. it could be a dangerous situation setting up top. eastern seaboard, enjoy temps
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warming up. we are in this roller coaster pattern. that's what happens this year. warm up into the 60s, back down to the 30s. that is going to continue. >> is that what happens at the end of november? we go up to the 60s? >> yes. it's very, very common to get warm temperatures. it becomes this roller coaster pattern. >> odd. you know what else is odd? you see alec baldwin? was he banging on the window? >> i'm the only one that has to go outside this morning. >> be careful. >> saw him collecting cans on 11th avenue. >> did you see this? linda schmidt, lovely reporter here was covering a trial alec baldwin was involved in. she was outside trying to get answers and was standing there when he does this.
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>> you're the one that almost hit my wife with the microphone in the face? >> i didn't almost hit your wife. >> you want to apologize on camera? >> i did nothing wrong. >> a gentle man here. >> another tolerant liberal. when michael jackson dangled his baby over the balcony, you hear someone saying why doesn't someone intervene. these are people in trouble, people in crisis. that applies here. >> we had linda schmidt on a bit ago. she said this is how it all really went down. >> somebody who is brand-new to microphones being put up to her and being asked questions because she is an entertainment
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reporter for another entertainment show on a different network. she does feature reports. this is not brand-new for her. she told her husband i nearly knocked her teeth out by doing that. so he snapped. >> he seems like -- >> what happened a couple of days ago she was trying to interview his wife. clearly, she did not almost knock out the wife with the microphone. it was simply like this. >> it was -- yeah, take a look. we don't have it. this isn't the first time alec baldwin has done these things. in 1995 he was charged with beating a photographer. remember that? then in 2007, he called his young daughter phone call, the voice mail, rude, thoughtless little pig on a voice mail. >> then he got kicked off the airplane in 2011 because they said power down your cell phones and he didn't do it. >> in 2013 in june he engaged in
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a twitter rant with a reporter, then deactivated hits twitter act. in august he pushed and shoved a photographer. then this. if you look at this timeline and draw out the alec baldwin saga, they are coming with infrequent frequency. he needs our help and compassion. this is moving in an ominous direction. >> nbc just suspended his show for anti-guy slurs he made. he's off the air for two weeks now as a result of that. he took to twitter to apologize. >> how long before he bites a starbucks barista, takes off his clothes in public. >> i hope we have cameras rolling. >> he has paparazzi around his home all the time which would be maddening. the reason they are there is because he reacts this way. you don't see paparazzi camped
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out. >> they are at risk, frankly. good luck to them, too. >> coming up, president obama offering up a temporary fix for his health care disaster. will it really fix anything? congressman sean dunphey on the impact on his constituents. fy o impact on his constituents. fy o impact on his constituents.
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the great defection from the veto of the white house. 39 democrats in the house voted to approve a plan that would go further than president obama's short-term fix for obama care and let people keep the plans they are already happy with. let's get remarks from wisconsin congressman sean duffy. thanks for coming on. >> good morning, tucker. >> how have these obama care regulations affected your constituents? >> everywhere i'm seeing my constituents losing health care
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they like at a price they can't afford. there are stories taking place. i have one constituent who is in line for a kidney transplant. she has insurance and it covers the transplant when she'll need it. she's got a cancellation notice. she is going to the exchange and there is only one option for her in rural wisconsin for health care coverage that will work for her in the exchange. it doesn't cover the transplant. she is losing her doctor, losing her coverage, and she is absolutely terrified. this is life and death for a lot of people. if we don't get this fixed, it's catastrophic. i have other kids, i have max a college student whose insurance is going up by $150. he can't afford it. he's going without. warren in wisconsin has a doctor in his community that is covered in his current health care plan and insurance. he is losing it and he has to travel 70 miles away to his new
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doctor. we are hearing these stories in congress nonstop. >> the irony is obama care was designed punitively for people like the ones you just mentioned, yet it's hurting them. why didn't the administration foresee this coming? >> i think we both know that the administration did see it coming. that's why the misrepresentation if you have your health care and you like it, you can keep it, period, is such a lie. in wisconsin, tucker, almost 95% of our citizens are covered with insurance. we could have worked to find that other 5%, 6% get them coverage instead of wiping the slate clean and taking a lot of people who have insurance, taking them off. the president said he was all about redistributing wealth. he's taking health insurance from middle class, hard-working families and giving it to people who don't have insurance. this is real why i painful stuff. oftentimes with this economy,
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when these prices go up for this new obama care insurance, our families can't afford it. >> as you know, the profile of the families losing their insurance, self-insured tend to be small business people, tends to be republican. do you think that's an accident? >> i think it's not an accident he is trying to get everyone into a more government-run health care system. i don't know if it was republican or democrat, but i do know it's hurting my constituents. we have to have a fix. you talked about the president's administrative fix that came earlier in the week. that is no fix at all. that's going to be another misrepresentation from the administration. >> thanks for joining us. >> up next, a blind man kicked off a plane because his guide dog was unruly in the judgment of one flight attendant. wait till you hear the incredible way other passengers came to his aid. the irs making a big mistake
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24 minutes now past the hour. quick headlines for you. the irs exposes a man's social security number, wages and tax info when a fax was mistakenly set to the wrong location. the data was seemingly uncovered without the taxpayer's knowledge leaving him open to identity threat. toronto city council voted to strip mayor rob ford from his ability to make political appointments. his power to manage the city
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during emergency. he's under fire after admitting to smoking crack and being caught on camera in a drunken rage. blind passenger kicked off a us airways flight for his out of control seeing-eye dog. that man says his dog was anything but. >> the flight attendant said the dog can't be here. he needs to be stowed under a seat. there was no time at all my dog was off leash and running around. >> fellow passengers agreed with the man. they took his side and eventually the airline canceled the flight all together. joining us now is one of the passengers, frank olhurst. you alerted the news stations soon as you got off the plane because you were upset about how this happened. >> yeah. once they kicked us off the plane, i felt people had to know about what what is going on. this was such an injustice to
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this individual. >> i want to let us airways have a say in this is. "we're particularly sensitive to those customers who travel with service animals and we partner with assistance dogs international. in this case mr. rizzi became disruptive and refused to comply when a flight attendant asked him to secure a service dog at his feet." they say it is still under investigation. you say this isn't really what happened at all. the dog was doing what? >> mr. rizzi was sitting in the last row on the airplane. it was a little turbo prop. there was no seat in front of him. they asked him to stow the dog, put the dog away. he said, all right, what do i need to do. they said the dog has to be under the seat. the passenger sitting directly on the left of him offered, you can put the dog under my seat.
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so they put the dog which was a labrador, not a little dog, under the seat. the person in the seat next to him sat indian style so the dog would have plenty of room. we sat on the tarmac for a good hour, 1 1/2 hours. >> you just start getting restless. did the dog become unruly then? >> all the dog did was stick his head out so he could touch his owner's leg. from what i understand these dogs are trained to be in constant contact with their handlers. the dog was doing that. the flightk a couple of times and said to him, the dog has to be stowed under the seat. mr. rizzi was like, okay, i'm doing what i can. i don't know exactly what you want me to do, but i'll do what i can and all that. finally we get to the point where we're taxiing for
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take-off. the pilot starts up the port engine because they taxi on one engine. we are in the lineup. feels like we are going to take off. he gets on the p.a. and says we have to return to the gate for another issue we have to resolve before we can fly. we thought it was all mechanical issue. we get to the gate and then security comes on to the plane and says to mr. rizzi, i need to you deplane right now. get off the plane. grab your dog and your bag and come off the plane right now. they start walking him to the front of the plane. we are all thinking they are doing an extra service for him, that we were all going to have to get off the plane because of a mechanical problem. they take him to the front of the plane. he says to the security individual, am i the only one getting off the plane? i don't hear anyone else getting
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off the plane. >> he was kgetting kicked off te plane. >> the individual says yes, we have to remove from you this flight because you're not being cooperative and not following instrucks. soon as we heard that on the plane, everybody was like. this is not true. let him sit back down. >> thank you so much for being a whistle-blower in this situation. it doesn't seem like the other passengers were disrupted by his actions. >> not at all. >> thank you so much. >> 29 minutes after the hour now. coming up on "fox and friends," the first time congress talking to the survivors of the benghazi terror attack and new details of what happens. a congressman in that hearing. he fought to protect our freedom, but his employer says he can't end his e-mails with "god bless america." he was put on leave for it. customer erin swenson ordered shoes from us online
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president obama has apologized to this whole health care debackle. he said today, we fumbled. that's what he said, we fumbled. a fumble is a turnover. that can happen to anyone. this is like we told everybody we're good at football, we actually suck at football.
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that's closer. >> could be accurate. >> or totally move the goal post and change the rules. >> welcome back to "fox and friends." 33 minutes past the hour. we are getting inside information from katherine about the five cia personnel asked to sign second nondisclosure agreements after the benghazi attack. some of this from the closed-door testimony before the house intelligence committee this week. we don't know exactly what unfolded during this testimony. we do know they were asked to sign a second nondisclosure agreement. why? why was the first nondisclosure agreement not enough? >> that is a great question. we learned from mike rogers that ambassador stevens who was killed at the scene, of course, warned the white house about his security concerns, apparently those concerns were unheaded or not taken seriously enough. >> we spoke to devon nunez who
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said there was no lull. that was the argument, there was no lull in the action. he says he doesn't understand that at all. there was no lull. listen. >> to me there was never a lull. for one, we have video so we have the drone feed, we had the surveillance video. provide the committee the video and we can get to the bottom of whether or not there were bad guys out there. the reason they want, the administration wants this narrative of a lull they want an excuse why they didn't send in help. that's why they want the whole issue with the lull. if there was a lull what were these guys doing on the roof top at 5:00 in the morning? >> the crux of this whole thing is that they are trying to find out who either at the cia or the administration thought it was necessary for these cia guys to actually not come forward and to talk about this. they are trying to figure out who gave this order? >> what were they doing there in
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the first place? i asked congressman nunez this question. that is the mice try at the course of all this. there were over two dozen cia personnel on the scene in benghazi. that may be what the white house is trying to protect with this secrecy. >> we are happy law makers are able to meet these survivors the first time. they hadn't been able to do so in the past and try to work to get some answers. why were the nondisclosure agreements, why did they have to be signed? the other thing we heard from nunez saying that there was no lull. mike rogers said there was on megan kelly's show last night. they are going to continue to scour over these transcripts and hopefully get more answers. it's strange they say two different things about was there a lull in fighting or was there not. >> video camera was rolling during the length of this attack which went over some number of hours. the intelligence community which
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is supposed to provide oversight will not release these tapes. on what grounds will they not release these tapes? i asked congressman nunez, he didn't know. we're just not giving them to you. can do you that? they have done it. >> more answers we still need on this story. first our headlines this morning. >> we'll get right to those. today is the last day of the search for the man who fell or jumped from a small private airplane as it flew off the coast of miami. the search began after the pilot made a may day call saying a man opened the door of the plane and fell out. police identified the missing man as 42-year-old gerardo nale from key biscayne. there is no evidence of foul play. if you're overweight or a smoker, you could pay more for health insurance next year. 40% of major u.s. companies are going to put health goals on like putting smoking or losing weight. if you don't meet them, you'll pay more. 5,000 companies already have
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similar programs in place. retired army sergeant boots hawks fought for his country 20 years. he now works for a california hospital and he's been using "god bless america" as his e-mail signature. recently his employer asked him to stop. when he told them he wanted legal advice, they put him on leave. the retired sergeant recently returned to work. earlier on "fox and friends" we spoke with hawk and his attorney to see if anything changed. >> they haven't given me permission to put it back on my e-mails, so we've been asked for them to let me put that back on my e-mails or have everybody else in the hospital remove their comments from their e-mails. >> we did reach out to the hospital and they did not return our call. >>. >> a professional race car driver pulls off the first-ever 360 degree barrel roll in a truck.
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known as "the wildman" he performed the barrel roll at the 2013 baja barrel race in mexico. this is the first 360 degree barrel roll to be done with a truck. >> wow. >> i did something like that in a cab on 8th avenue last week. i can say having survived it, it's harrowing. >> was it your fault? >> it wasn't moo i fault. it's a long story. it will make you up. let's check in with rick. he was on 8th avenue that afternoon. set the scene for us. >> no, i can't. check out there is a nice crowd out here. you know why? orange county choppers is here. check out these bikes. everybody, you want to stay tuned. we've got the guys talking about these bikes coming up in a minute. you like the bikes? >> yeah. >> you want to ride one? >> yeah. >> think they'll let you?
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>> the band now led by filipino singer is donating $350,000 to the victims of the philippine supertyphoon. the money will provide over a million meals for people in need. this winter is going to be cold, it could be. we'll find out from rick what the farmer's almanac has in store. things could be looking up. experts predict natural gas bills will be up 13%. electric bills up 2%. heating oil bills will average 2,046. that's the second highest on record. we've got tips now, how we can keep some of that cash in our pockets. heatha, nice to see you this morning. >> nice to see you, too. >> what do we need to do to get the thermostats down. what's the best way to save cash? >> first most obvious way is to turn down your thermostat. people don't understand, if you
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turn down your thermostat one degree, it's going to save you almost 3% on your bills. let me do the math. if if you take your thermostat down ten degrees and take it down over 16 hours during the day while at work or sleeping, you're saving almost 30% on your bill. if you have a $50 bill, you're saving $15 a month on that bill. >> what is great is, i'm a tech guy here. the nest thermostat our bill went down $300 because it's doing it itself. it's smart. it knows when you're home and knows when to shut it down. >> exactly. >> your next tip. only heat the rooms you use. when you're blasting that heat it's going into the closets, that bathroom you're not in. >> exactly. if you have more space, that bill is going to go up. if your family is like my family, we stay in the living room and kitchen most of the time in the house. my suggestion is heat the kitchen and living room or rooms you spend the most times in and
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block off the vents for the rooms you don't spend time in, foyer, guest bedrooms, the garage. that will shave money off that bill. >> here is something people don't do. clean and unblock their furnace. i remember talking to somebody once that said i didn't know you could do that. >> i didn't either until i started working on this piece. if you unblock that furnace, all that gunk is making your heating system function inefficiently. you can save almost $100 off your bill. >> put a new air filter in there, as well. l.e.d. lights. this is something i did in my house. it's fascinating how much money you can save by putting in l.e.d. lights instead of those fluorescent bulbs. >> those l.e.d. lights have longer shelf life and they use le less kilowatts per hour.
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you can save $540 per month. >> put them in the rooms you're most in all the time. invest in insulation. how can we invest more in insulation. >> if you're a diy person, you tend to lose a lot of heat in the houses through the roof. through the attic or ceilings. if you're diy, install insulation in there to keep the heat within the house. i'm not diy but hiring professional will probably cost you around $1,500 to $2,000. the savings is between 500 and $700 off your heating bill. >> hire someone to do that spray foam which is more expensive but could last you. >> and save you a lot of money. >> hitha, great to see you. >> thanks for having me. coming up, how would you like to own one of these beauties? they are custom orange county choppers.
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oh, yeah! they are back. the world renowned custom bike shop and its fearless leader paul sr. are returning to the world of reality tv in a new series "orange county choppers." >> i want to have a dragon bike. >> the dragon bike is going to be in the top five things that we've done in the last 11 years. >> roar! >> i want to you build me the offspring of a tractor and a chopper. >> yeah! >> thank yyou think you can bui bike this big?
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>> every bike shaq went on made it look like a mini scooter. you guys need to grow up. >> they took a break from the shop to join us. paul tuttle sr. is here, thanks for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> how much of this is stock and how much is fabricated? >> it's all custom. handle bars, gas tanks, the fenders. i think that's what separates these bikes from buying a harley or you know off the market. >> speaking of handle bars, growing this for movember? >> that's been growing for 45 years. >> don't mess with it now. >> the show is premiering on cmt tonight. are you excited to be back on tv? >> i am. i like filming. we've been doing it 11 years, 12 years, took a break. i kind of missed it. becomes like a way of life so i'm really excited about it and excited being on different station, cmt picked this up. we do what we do best.
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>> what is the premise of the show? >> it's really building bikes, you know, having a good time. it's mainly what we did before but we're having a better time this time and it's more pg. so everybody can watch. >> so tell us about the bike itself. what does it displace, how quick is it? >> first of all, i think the thing that separates us, this is a bike that we built maybe 12 years ago and you know it's a lot more improved so it's more dependable, more comfortable but it has 110 inch motor, six speed transmission, belt drive so it's very dependable and it's a cool ride. >> this is the kind of bike you just sit back and relax on. >> yes. >> how fast can it go? >> sit back and relax? >> it's like this, like a cruise on it. >> it really is comfortable but 120, 130 miles an hour. >> can i fire it up? >> sure, you could. >> awesome. >> you know how to do it in. >> yes. i rode one the other day. >> woohoo! looking good. >> oh, i got to turn the key on.
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>> nice. >> you got to pull the choke out.s#3 >> this has a choke? i want to make sure i got the clutch in just in case. >> it's in neutral. >> that sounds great. >> orange county choppers premieres tonight on cmt at 9:00. paul thank you so much. we have more "fox and friends" coming up. don't you go anywhere.
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good morning. lot of e-mails about the alec baldwin. dave says "i would not give alec baldwin any compassion. let his wife and family worry about the rude, crude and arrogant man. i wish you would stop covering that crazy man. it just encourages him to act out because of the publicity. he is a nut case, attention-seeking, looking for publicity --" >> whoa, clearly not on twitter. >> "he is a loser." wow. >> how do you really feel about alec baldwin? >> someone said something wise "i'm bothered by people who have everything and are still cruel thought that's a smart thing to say. it's right. i mean why treat people like that in. >> what does he have to get upset about? >> i'm sure there are things in
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his life that are not good but when you have everything you cannot treat people poorly. >> if you missed it he cursed in a reporter's face. >> if you don't have everything that's when you get to be mean to everybody. tomorrow, strange but true health tips like skip that anti-bacterial soap. >> i knew that, that's true. adding is all up, enrollment numbers disappointing, the number of cancellations growing. premiums rising. the health care site still embarrassing, and as the apologies keep on coming some influential democrats now calling for a single payer system, which is leading some to ask was the health care law designed to fail all along to force the need for government-run care for all? hi, everyone. i'm brenda but tner. gary smith, tracy burns

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