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with a fox news lart. tens of thousands of people in the midwest picking up the pieces after dozens of powerful twisters turning their neighborhoods into piles of rubble. >> storm chasers capturing this incredible video of the storm that left six people dead and as many as 37 others injured. the tornado outbreak reeks the most havoc in the city of washington, illinois. you can see the path of destruction it left behind. homes completely crushed just like cardboard boxes. >> i went back to that end of the house and i heard some glass. we don't have any windows in that end of the house. we stood in the hallway where there were no windows and just held each other. >> a powerful scene. take a look at this. this american flag blows in the
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wind atop the debris. emergency crews will be out searching all of the damage to find survivors. an area of cold city was also hit hard with tornadoes causing buildings to collapse. >> joining us now by phone the public information officer for grundy county, ema. what have you seen so far? describe the scene for us? >> so what are with we have seen we have seen quite a bit of damage to residences and commercial businesses in the area. we have seen some businesses and buildings that have collapsed. luckily we have not had the people injured as well as through out the streets and they were transported into the hospital. we were lucky enough not to have fatalities. there was quite a bit of damage to our area. >> this is heather.
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how long have you been in this area and when have you seen others to this extent and can you compare it to other outbreaks in the past? >> i have grown-up in the area quite a bit specifically to the cold city area. this is the first that i know of that is specific to this. >> nick, i was reading earlier that police had to take dogs out. you clook at these pictures thee houses are crumbled piles of debris now. i was reading police were taking dogs out to hneighborhoods because so many were trapped in this. >> we only had one location where our fire crews were out of this building. beyond that everybody was able to self extra kate themselves. i believe most were due to the early warnings they received from the national weather
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service. >> thank you so much for joining us. appreciate you taking the time-out. we know you are busy there and we are praying for everyone in the community. one man turned to god. >> thy kingdom come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. give us this day our daily bread and for give us our sins as we for give others who trespass against us. >> this is anthony calvary and he is siting the lord's prayer. adam will be live on fox and friends this morning at 6:30 eastern time. >> the worst is over for residents of the midwest. how do tornadoes like this form? for that we are going to check in with maria molina with the
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latest in the weather center. states from illinois and indiana hit really hard. how many reports of tornadoes did we see yesterday. 68 tornadoes in states like illinois, indiana and even across portions of ohio. we received over 300 reports of damaging winds. basically winds in excess of 50 miles per hour. what happened yesterday we had the strong cold front pushing eastward and basically you have warm air east of cold fronts behind it you have colder air. it really starlints to produce e retation in the storms. that is what does produce these tornado touchdowns. this particular outbreak could go down in the record book as one of the top five worst tornado outbreaks in history for
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the months of november. it is unusual seeing this kind of activity during fall time typically we see the activity during the spring months with warm air ahead of it. we have a thunderstorm watch early this morning across parts of the northeast. we had severe thunderstorm warning north of the new york city area. our thoughts and prayers with all of those people in the midwest. >> absolutely. we will continue our coverage through out the morning. thank you so much maria molina. >> shocking video captured as a man plunges from the third death of the stadium in buffalo during the bill's game. you can see the man straddling the balcony. he hit the orphan hitting him on the head. the man who fell injured his
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shoulder. luckily both are expected to be okay. this morning an investigation underway following a deadly mining accident in a southwestern colorado town. investigators say two u ray miners died on carbon monoxide poisoning. there was an incident with explosives. two remain hospitalized. >> 50 people are dead after a boeieau jetliner crashed while attempting to land in kazan. when it touched down on the runway it was destroyed and caught fire killing yefrp one on board. this according to the spokesperson from the russian agency. it was not clear why it was your honor successful. it will provide assistance to that crash investigation.
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this includes $37 million from the u.s. government. 3 million people are still in need of food and shelter and water. nearly 4,000 have died since the powerful storm made land fall a week ago. meanwhile cleanup is underway with 1,000 people still missing. the president is calling him back up to help bail out his sinking obamacare project with members of an organization called organizing for action. >> kelly wright is breaking it all down for us. >> obamacare is not only causing disruption for the american people, it is also causing problems for the president himself. president obama is trying to undo the disruptive effects of the signature policy affordable care act. he is trying to regain the trust
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and confidence of the american people reaching out to the strongest support organizing for action telling them via e-mail quote i have just over three years left as president. there's a lot left on my to do list. that's why i wanted to talk with you you are the ones putting in the time and effort to achieve real progress and fighting to make the agenda americans voted for last fall a reality. the reality for many americans is a flawed web site. making it difficult for people to find and ensure. millions of people receiving cancellation notices of their health insurance or losing their preferred doctors. because of that democrat law americas are worried about their chances for reelection. >> we have to remain calm clarify misrepresentation about it, but it is the law of the land it is an important economic
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security issue for the american people. >> republicans are demanding the law be struck down. >> it is time to start over. american people are losing their insurance and their doctor their premiums are going up. >> president obama wants to cut through the noise and talk directly to supporters about the fight for change. plans to get on the phone tonight with supporters at 8:15. back to you. >> kelly wright we will see what comes out of that meeting. >> a shocking report has terrorist attacks doing work on a nayed doe facility last year. they supplied bomb making materials with enemy forces. the general for afghanistan reconstruction said hiring is part of a larger pattern.
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what caused a drone to slam into a cruiser during a training exercise. the uss chanceler is back in san diego after it hurt two of the sailors. both treated for minor burns. the drone was used to test the ship's radar. they are looking at the cause of that malfunction. it is time to brew on this. hot head actor alec baldwin is trying to tone things down with major outbreaks with the press. the daughter he once called a rude pig says her dad has anger management issues. >> he got into a shouting match in the wake of his outrageous reporters. his show was put on hiatus and this weekend he threatened to
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quit acting all together. ireland baldwin says this, we sometimes let other tempers get the best of us. they are like wildfires something or someone can easily fuel the fire. >> do you agree with baldwin's daughter should everyone leave him alone. e-mail us at we will read them later in the show. >> they have reached a record high. lauren simonetti from the fox business network has more on this news and top business stories. that's great news. >> excellent news. the dow noun 39 points shy of 16,000. it's 2013 continues to be a banner year it has been good for your 401 k, too. average 401 k balances reaching a record high of 84,300 in the third quarter up 11 percent from last year. most of the gains fueled by the stock market rise.
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only in name meaning stripping him of all of the power. this just days after he was stress stripped of key powers already. he is ready for whatever happens. >> i am going to do what i have been doing for the last three years and put these side shows aside. i have learned from my mistakes. we are going to move forward. i will continue to fight for the little guy. continue to save tax payer's money. if they want to strip me of my powers that's up to them. >> i have admitted to using illegal drugs for the past year. i have admitted to drinking too much. okay. so um dealing with it. i am training every day i am in a jim for two hours every day. i am not an alcoholic. i am not a drug addict. have i had my outbursts in the past? absolutely i have, john. >> they haven't gotten a chance
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>> well kwom back. 24 minutes after the hour. a rapper's dive goes horribly wrong. ♪ >> look at that. the man fell 40 feet into the crowd after jumping off lighting equipment at a concert in london. one fan broke her arm. you can see the rapper get lifted out of the audience. eventually he was raushed to the hospital but is expected to be okay. fearing the threat of a meningitis outbreak he warned students to stop sharing drinks
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and even avoid shifting. it is not covered by the vaccine widely available to the u.s. so the centers of disease control has approved to import a foreign vaccine. university trustees will decide if they will distribute the vaccine to students. >> the pope says he has the right medicine, prayer. pope frances held up a rose air rein a box for a packet of pills before they distributed thousands to them. the sign on the boxes a human heart. he advises to have them as prayer. >> las vegas known as a party destination. what about a mare-a-thon party. more than 30,000 runners flocking to vegas to take part in the rock and roll marathon. the race is everything you would expect in vegas music lights and a lot of people having a great time. runners dressed up in costumes
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>> it is monday november 18th. heartbreak in the heartland. recovery efforts across the midwest are under way this morning after torn tornadoes rocked that area leaving 6 dead and destroying cities. it is on display in front of city hall several churches in a police department but that didn't stop vandals from defiling a u.s. flag thrown to honor veterans. the shocking details behind that crime are just heyed. >> listen up, if you didn't like how breaking bad ended you might like the alternativeeneding. there is one. it is being leaked on-line. does walt survive? fox and friends first starts right now.
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♪ >> good morning. it is monday november 18th. welcome to "fox & friends first". i am heather childers. >> i am ainsley earhardt. it is 30 minutes exactly past the hour. we are going to start a fox news alert. take a look at this video. a woman has a powerful twister coming toward her as she is driving. >> oh my god it's huge. it's huge, it's huge, it's huge. >> as many as 80 tornadoes were recorded across seven midwestern states. it left as many as six people dead 36 thousand others hurt in the aftermath complete neighborhoods destroyed. >> the strong storm even delayed an nfl game the bear's ravens game at soldier field in chicago was success pended for almost two hours. >> fans forced to take cover under a concourse until the threat was over. many are rushing to aid those that are hurt from all of these
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tornadoes in illinois. the town of washington strongly seeking help after many of their neighborhoods were completely wiped out. >> karen sucker is a social woman for the american red cross who was in washington illinois last night. today i understand, karen, you are in from peoria. brid bring us up to date with what you witnessed your ser. what did you see in terms of damage? >> i have made the driver from peoria into washington dozens of times. i usually take the same route. last night going in it was already pitch dark. a little more than halfway to washington there's no power. the entire route was pretty much dark. the closer i got to town the more i saw downed power lines andree limb -- and tree limps. the closer i got i saw national
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guard setting up blocks to keep folks out unless they were residents. it was unbelievable to see the devastation this storm really took without power. were a lot of folks filling up the shelters? >> we set up 4 emergency health shelters. we had 20 two in washington. i don't know how many folks stayed in the sherlts last night. the one i was in>> oo
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>> new video evidence set to be revealed on the two-year anniversary of the disappearance of a woman went missing hours after appearing on people's court after a dispute with her ex fiancee hunter smith. her cell phone was discovered under water near a bridge. there is no trace of parker, however. he is the prime suspect but has never been charged. a man and woman are in court after one of their foster children are found cuffed to a porch. they are facing several charges
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including intentional child abuse. the union county sheriff's office says the 11-year-old boy was handcuffed by his ankle. he was found shivering. he had a dead chicken draped around his neck. that boy is now in state custody along with four other foster children under the couple's care. >> president obama is resorting to back up health to get him out of his observe care project. he will ohost a call organizing for action. who are they? >> a lot of people want to nor -- know. >> this is getting more and more complicated for the president as he tries to fend off attacks but makes sure the democratic ranks hold. he l allow people to keep their
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preobama dare insurance programs. on fox news sunday representatives are insurers and insurance commissioners are uneasy about the proposed fix. >> the commissioners want to make sure it doesn't shift costs that insurers face and risk insolven insolvency. supporters from his org sglazing for action crew that's in response to de flexions within his own party including the house vote when 39 democrats joined obamacare. the troubled west side didn't help matters. >> it is an issue that has to be belt with. it doesn't mean oh it's a political issue so we are going to run away from it. no it's too valuable for the american people.
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what is important about it is the american people are well served. >> plenty of democrats are concerned about who gets re-elected. many of them come from moderate districts moderate states. states that this obamacare issue could really engender voter backlash during mid term elections next year. >> doug luzader joining us live this morning. thank you. >> thanks, doug. >> seattle voters have elected the first socialists to city council. he ran as a socialist on that platform where she called for a raise in minimum wage, rent control and a tax on the rich to fund public transportation. she shocked many by beating out 16 year incumbent richard conlin who had the backing of the political establishment. >> video catch as moment of a fan who plunges from the third story of the balcony. he is straddling the balcony
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then falling to the deck below. he p landed on another fan hitting him on the head. the man who fell injured his shoulder. both are expected to be okay. >> talk about a bad hair day. cardinals running back andre ellington takes the ball and is met by a wall of defenders of one defender walking away with a handful of ellington's hair. he comes up with a large chunk of his dread locks while painful it is a perfectly legal play. ouch. >> it is time to brew on this. alec walled bin is trying to tune things down after a week of a meltdown with the press. the same daughter he called rude and a thoughtless pig is rushing to her defense saying he has anger management issues. >> ireland baldwin take to go twitter saying this, sometimes we let other tempers get the
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best of us. they are like wildfire something or someone can easily fuel the fire. >> do you agree should everyone leave them alone? >> the dark world dominates the weekend box office. the super hero sequel held on to the number one spot with $38 million. not too far behind with $30.6 million. it was nearly $9 million. we know what's going on in the midwest. but what is going on with the rest of the country. time for the first degree weather update with maria molina. >> good morning heather and ainsley. we are still tracking the storm system that produced all kinds of tornadoes and damaging winds in the midwest. heartbreak across the nation's
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heartland. now further east there's a slight chance for severe weather. we are looking at large hail and damaging winds. be concerned about the new york city area long island southern parts of connecticut and widespread sections of southern emergency new jersey. this is in effect until 10:00 a.m. eastern time. severe weather risks much higher. we have severe weather forecast in terms of strong winds across parts of the northeast so up state new york and pennsylvania we could be seeing wijdz today 50 to 60 miles an hour. we have a number of advisories and warnings in effect. out here we could be looking at strong winds gusting up to 30 miles an hour but no advisories or warnings in effect for you. >> that area doesn't need any
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more devastation. >> temperatures in the 40's. so many people without power. with you will keep an eye on that. >> 20 minutes until the top of the hour. still ahead europe's most active volcano is at it again. the eruption and the science behind it. >> unemployed americans feeling the pain might get hit again. why jobless benefit exceptio -- exempts are set to end.
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exemption. >> welcome back. 15 minutes to the top of the hour. hope you are beginning your week in a good way. people are experiencing shard ships so keep them in your prayers this morning. this happened back in august. the pilot of a small plane forced to land on route 43 in pennsylvania after a piece of the propeller came off the plane. the pilot is being charged thousands of dollars to pay the cost to those who responded to the incident. >> i landed without incident to myself my passengers or people underneath me or any damage to road or sign or power line or bridge in the area. >> he got permission to land on the highway after making a distress call. he says it looks like he will have to pay the bill but he plans to go down fighting. jobless benefits for 1.3 million people looking slim. an emergency program set to
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expire next month. the program provide employment benefits after state benefits run out. it was last extended at the beginning of this year as part of a deal to divert fiscal cliffs with spending cuts. the chances of that happening again don't look very good despite a push from congressional democrats and the white house. the program is still necessary due to the sluggish recovery and still high jobless rate. it will cost 250 billion and more. they will discuss the right stance on this issue yet. they are struggling to find alternatives in sequestration cuts. the chances of an extension before congress adjourns are slim. if the program does expire as many as 4.8 million affected is
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the last he estimate received. >> a fox news alert to tell you about this morning caught on camera. how the twister is woring across the midwest doing incredible damage. look at that. wxin reporter liz jill lard is in indiana where a state of emergency was declared. good morning, liz. >> good morning. that state of emergency has been in effect all night. city officials telling residence dents if you don't need to go out, don't. this is a dangerous situation. much of the area is without power. power lines are down. we are here at fire station number 6 an area also hit hard our first responders in this storm. you can see where the roof collapsed on to the fightre eng here at the station. emergency responders have been working all night. power crews are in the area as
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well. we do expect the national weather service out here sometime this morning to tell us if in fact the storms that rolled through yesterday produced a tornado. severe damage at a car dealership. i talked with the owner's daughter there and she told me that 5 to 600 cars on the lot could be damaged. will the fronts part of the glass of that dealership just completely blown out and the buildings are gone. officials are just beginning to assess the situation and clean up. >> back to you. >> a lot of families and businesses affected. sorry for them. >> the time now is almost 10 mints until the top of the hour. coming up it is on display in front of city hall several churches and a police department. that didn't stop vandals from defiling a u.s. flag flown to honor veterans. the shocking details behind the
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crime just ahead. >> if you didn't like how breaking bad ended you might like the alternate ending. there is one and it is being leaked on-line. does walt survive in that new ending. first let's check in with the guys coming up on show. >> we will have continuing coverage of the powerful tornadoes that slammed the midwest in our morning telecast it starts in about 10 minutes. donald trump and special report host bret baier on the latest news out of washington including president's affordable -- make that not so affordable care act. he was backed by duck dine nast stee and he won. they elect vance mcallister joins us live. meet the stars of church rescues. it is resurrecting faith all over the country. doctor oz reveals the two most miss he had looking words on the food level. we are going to catch up with linda schmidt after being a target of one of alec baldwin's
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welcome back. about eight minutes till the top of the hour. 74 american flags shored in texas. they were part of a veterans day flag display set up for the holiday. vandals cut off the flags and bent the poles. rotary club volunteers were shocked and angered by what they found. >> there was anger but the main one was disgust, disgust that there are people in our nation that have so little concern for the nation. >> the flags were on display at city hall. several churches and even the police departments.
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this morning small eruptions continue at europe's most active volcano. mount etna arrest rupted over the -- erupted over the weekend. villages along the mountain slope, they were not in danger following the eruption. the explosions have become more violent and unpredictable. scientists are unsure why. the last eruption was in october but it also was not a major one. >> it's the breaking bad ending you never saw coming. >> you're god [bleep] right. >> what is it? what's the matter? >> i was this meth dealer. >> this spoof alternate ending to the amc show popped up on youtube and went viral almost
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immediately. jane kashmir is believing he dreamt his entire mess expected to be part of the breaking bad d.v.d. package that comes out next week. >> 55 minutes after the hour. he is the chain-smoking toddler. he quit however but word is he has a new addiction. >> alec baldwin's daughter speaking out in defense of her dad. should he be left alone by should he be left alone by the media? on the u.s.s. saratoga in 1982. [ male announcer ] once it's earned, usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve current and former military members and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve.
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two minutes till the top of the hour. cleanup and recovery across the midwest where tornadoes left a deadly path of destruction, the storm hitting 12 states and leaving at least 6 people dead. president obama hosting a conference call tonight for his organizing for action supporters. he's expected to ask them for help saving obamacare. toronto's crack smoking mayor rob ford facing a
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city council vote today aimed at making him mayor only by name. >> time to look at the good, the bad, and the ugly. first the good. a fire fighter crew in illinois say two pit bulls trapped inside a canal, they pulled them from the water to safety. next the bad. the chain-smoking toddler from indonesia quit smoking but now he has a new addiction. doctors say the toddler weighed 56 pounds, double for a size his age. >> the driver of a car weaves over lanes and crashes into a fence on the side of the road before veering back into the truck's lane. >> time for your responses to our brew on this question of the day. we asked you do you agree with alec baldwin's daughter ireland. should everyone leave him alone? >> jean says if he wants people to leave him alone maybe he should keep his big mouth shut. >> jeffrey says if he chooses to kep his opinions to himself he should be
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left alone. if he cluess to spew opinions to -- if he chooses to spew opinions to everyone he should expect feedback. >> he got into a feud with a local reporter. that's going to be on "fox & friends." and that show starts right now. by spefplt good morning. it's monday, november 18. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. we begin with a fox news alert. over 60 tornadoes ripped through the midwest killing at least six people and leaving a path of devastation. petrified locals turning to hope and prayer. >> father in heaven, hallowed be thy name. >> today we are live on the ground with the very latest. >> millions of americans have seen and now felt obamacare and they aren't happy. but nancy pelosi has a different take. >> when people see what is in the bill, they will like it. and they will. and so while there's a lot of


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