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>> today is friday, january 24th. a deadly pileup on a major interstate. the chain reaction crash that continues to cripple traffic this morning. >> justin bieber out of jail, but his troubles far from over. the latest on the top star's arrest and how his father may have played a part. >> a young boy run over by a run away car. somehow he walks away. "fox & friends first" starts right now.
♪ >> a beautiful morning but a cold one here in new york city. good morning to you wherever you are. i am patti ann browne in for ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather childers. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". it is friday. justin bieber posed for a mug shot. the 19-year-old accused of drunken driving resisting arrest and drag racing in miami. this morning he is out on bail but the trouble is far from over. >> anna kooiman is here to tell us how both of bieber's parents allegedly played a part and also what really happened behind bars. >> good tornimorning to you. this baby faced pop star is hollywood's latest bad boy. ♪
>> justin bieber seen here leaving jail. the 19-year-old climbing on top of his suv saluting the crowd after his arrest. the singer almost i am ue lating michael jackson when he jumped on his suv and waved to fans after being cleared in his 204 trial. we saw a different justin bieber dawning a jump suit. the young eyes out in a holding cell after his bond was set at $2,500. he is accused of drag racing at 4:00 in the morning. bieber's father helping his son block off the streets so he and his friend could race. he admitted to drinking smoking pot and taking prescription pills. tmz reporting he got those pills from his mother. the singer is under investigation on allegations of egging his neighbor's california home. they found ecstasy in his
friend's room. bieber could be one of the highest profile immigrants to be kicked out of the united states. if he were charged and convicted he could be deported. >> that could be interesting. >> that leads us to today's brew on this. >> is the bad behavior a typical teen phase or is he heading down a dangerous path? >> send us your comments on facebook, twister or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will share them later in the show. >> a pregnant woman in tech as is allowed to be taken off life support. he was always clear she not be kept on life support. however texas law says no pregnant woman can be taken off of it. her husband is now suing to have her taken off and a judge is holding a hearing in the case
today. an attorney for the family also say that tests show the fetus now 2 two weeks old is not developing properly and already has extreme health problems. developing overnight at least five people are dead and dozens injured after two explosions rocked cairo, egypt. a car bomb exploded at the entrance in cairo killing four and hours later another blast near a subway station leaving at least one dead. the explosion is coming on the eve of the third anniversary. >> three people dead and others injured on i-94 near michigan city, indiana. the victims include a 66-year-old chicago area man and a couple from grand rapids, michigan. the accident shutting down both sides of the interstate for several hours with drivers stuck in the backup waiting in below
freezing temperatures. ice are to blame for the crash. the sequence of events so far unclear. >> more than 30 years after the $6 million heist immortalized in the film "good fellas" an arrest has finally been made. >> how much was taken in a daring predawn raid at kennedy airport. the fbi says $2 million. the port authority says $3 million. >> now 78-year-old former mob boss vincent ascaro is arrested along with four others. he is pleaded not guilty to the charges which his lawyer says he will fight. he accuses him of being involved in the 1978 heist at kennedy airport in new york. 5 million bucks cash and 1
million in jewelry was stolen. the money was never recovered. >> fox news polls sos support for obamacare hitting record lows. what does all of that uncertainty mean? >> doug luzader is live to tell us about the stormy outlook for health insurers. >> the white house has been saying all along as the public learns more about obamacare that public opposition will begin to fade. a poll shows it may not be working out that way. they support the new healthcare law. that is one of the questions we ask. 36 percent say they do. compare that to 59 percent who oppose it. take a look at the numbers compared to back in june. a shift of 9 points. we have been asking this question for a while this is an all time low for the healthcare law. when it comes to the impact of the law people seem to be bracing for the worst. 63 percent think obamacare released to higher taxes. 62 percent say health insurance
will go up. they have an increase in federal deficit. 36 percy a better outcome in quality of care. health insurers may be bracing as well. they have lowered the outlook from stable to negative because of all of the uncertainty surrounding the implement takes of obamacare. all of this is surrounding efforts they will dig deeper into the poll numbers and also ask the question is your personal information safe when you enter it into the observe care web site. back to you guys. >> doug luzader joining us live this morning. >> president obama claims he is being targeted this time by conservative media out looks by fox news. they are making it harder for him to do his job. the president says the issue has
been the issue of the republican base so they feel persuaded i am not the character kau toshg ksh caricature like on fox news. he is talking about the president blaming the media for his sinking poll numbers. krauthammer saying this on the kelly files. >> it is unseemly the commander-in-chief the leader in the free world most powerful man on earth could reduce pieces of the planet to a cinder on his command to get so whiney. if you think as he does self righteously there's no way to oppose him and be patriotic and sympathetic to the american people it is evil to the other side who are preventing people who are receiving the message. it is a myopia, it is unbecoming and often becomes repulsive it's
a refusal to give respect to the other side. now the filmmaker behind the hit anti obama documentary 2016 obama's america has been charged with violating federal campaign laws. he is accused of directing donors to contribute to republican long senate campaign. >> a shocking new video shows texas gub torian candidate wendy davis' team openly mocking her opponent greg abbott for being in a wheelchair. now abbott is firing back. elizabeth prann has the latest on this heated campaign. good morning elizabeth. >> texas attorney general greg abbott is presumed to be running against state senator wendy davis for the governorship. a video that did surface shows battle ground texas staffers
which is a political group that promotes davis making a sense of comments about her opponent. the registrar was caught not only ignoring voter fraud but making fun of abbott and the fact that he is in a wheelchair. >> may have a personality disorder. he doesn't speak very well, he doesn't have a good personality and he's in a wheelchair. >> senator davis has responded to the leak. she writes the language used in the video about greg abbott is abhorrent. he has persevered through personal challenges to raise a family have a productive career and for that he deserves our request. texas deserves better quality and depth of character to represent their families. he says being in a wheelchair has only made him a better public servant. >> the accident that put me in this wheelchair when i was 26 years old has helped me understand the challenges the
people in texas and across this country face every day. >> abbott said his campaign did not attack davis or have anything to do with her personal story being picked apart this week. the time line has been refined abbott says are just distractions. >> elizabeth prann, thanks. communication satellites just got bigger. an unmanned rocket blasting into the sky carrying the latest tracking and relay satellites. they are used to support the international space station allowing for continuous two-way contact with those on board. 9 system is so vital it is considered a national asset. the next series will be launched in the early 2020s. >> talking about 2020s. can't believe we are talking about that already. >> first it was cold and now freezing rain. maria molina standing by with a
frigid forecast. >> today we are waking up to winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories very rare across texas and also the state of louisiana. these are in effect across houston, victoria and across portions of central louisiana. we have temperatures holding up for freezing rain and also snow early this morning. we are seeing reports in san antonio of freezing rain coming down and light accumulation has also been reported across eastern texas and into parts of southern louisiana. take a look at these windchill temperatures right now. in san antonio as you head out the door this morning it feels like 14 degrees. it feels like the single digits for you in denver andal quira albuquerq albuquerque. if the cold air is still in place next week we expect a number of clippers swinging through producing additional snowfall and also frigid
temperatures. take a look at the forecast over the next several days during the morning hours. on thursday the low temperature will be 19 degrees below zero 11 degrees below zero wednesday morning. we could see temperatures below zero here in new york city coming up next week sometime in the morning. we will keep you posted. >> next week is a big week here. thank you, maria. >> up next this video is hard to watch. a young boy's head run over by a run away car. what happens next, though, being called a miracle. >> that's unreal. >> then leave your charger at home. the new technology that can power our cell phone using your heart. ♪ mine was earned in korea in 1953.
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>> incredible video you have to see with your own eyes. we warn you it may be hard to watch. a grandmother and 5-year-old grandson walking in brazil when a car slams into a parked car and nows right into them. the to are flown to the ground. it runs over the boy's head. she suffers bumps and bruises. >> that is unrool. >> a texas man is indicted on a federal hate crime charge in a knockout game attack. punching a 79-year-old man in houston and breaking his jaw in two cases. he remains in custody pending a court hearing. he recorded the attack on his cell phone then he shared the video. his lawyer says he suffers bipolar disorder and was off his medication when the attack happened. >> caught on camera employees at
a burger king in miami scrambling for safety an armed ran bursts into the door. police responded in minutes but the suspect escaped through the back door. investigators are pursuing a lead but no arrests thus far have been made. >> if you want to visit the 9-11 museum you are going to have to pay. the they have a $24 admission fee scheduled to reap opopen th spring. families will be given free admission. it receives no federal funding. >> the neiman marcus data preach compromised the shocking amount of american's information. lauren simonetti from fox business network is here with that and your top business news this morning. >> we are getting details on the neiman marcus we told you about. the retailer says 1.1 million
payment cards may have been affected. the breech started last summer. we are only recently finding out about it. visa, master card and discover have found 2400 neiman marcus last call cards that were used fraudulently. the breech happened july 16th through october 30th. only customers who shopped at the stores were exposed. no social security numbers were stolen. the fbi is warning all retailers in an alert by routers that pos million wear crime will continue to grow over the near term despite law enforcement and security firm actions to mitigate it. last year a record 740 million data records were exposed. on a much lighter note and different note a toilet recall to tell you about. flush made recalling 351,000 of the series 503 systems. the problem is the system can burst near the welding which can lift and shatter the tank
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backyard to backyard. one pasadena resident videoed this. he is a regular visitor and is pretty friendly. the couple is shown leaving a home without even noticing that he was right next to them. police and wildlife officials searched for the bear into the early evening. they believe he went back to his home in the wilderness. >> just stopped to say hey. >> they can be dangerous. they look cute, you know. a brand new scandal brewing at the irs targeting conservatives. this time conservatives in hollywood. >> he jumped from a bridge. his para chute broke and somehow he survived. the lucky daredevil breaking his silence this morning. >> first on this day in history in 1993 "al lad tin because the number one movie in america. ca. it's not the "juggle a bunch of rotating categories" card. it's not the "sign up for rewards each quarter" card.
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>> today is friday january 24th. a deadly pileup on a major interstate. the chain reaction crash this morning. >> targeting top conservatives in hollywood? >> justin bieber out of jail but his troubles far from over. the latest on the pop star's -- pop stars arrest and how his father may have played a part. "fox & friends first" continues right now.
♪ >> it's friday you made it to the weekend. good morning. i am heather childers. >> i am patti ann browne in for ainsley earhardt. thank you for waking up to "fox & friends first". justin bieber the latest celebrity accused of drunken driving resisting arrest and drag racing in miami beach. he is out on bail but the trouble is far from over. >> anna kooiman is here now with how both of bieber's parents played a part. >> good morning to everyone at home. this baby faced pop star is hollywood's latest bad boy.
♪ >> justin bieber seen here the 19-year-old climbing on to his suv simulating michael jackson when he jumped on his suv and greeted fans after he was found not guilty. the young star cried his eyes out while in a he would whoing cell after his bond was set at $2,500. he is accused of drag racing at 4:00 in the morning in a residential neighborhood. here's where the father plays in all of this. he was helping his son block off the street so he and his friend could race. police say the 19-year-old admitted to drinking smoking pot and taking prescription pills. tmz reporting he got those pills from his mother. the singer is under investigation on allegations of egging his california neighbor's home. they raided his mansion and
found ecstasy. his friend was arrested in that case. justin bieber could be at risk of becoming one of the highest profile immigrants to ever get kicked out of the united states. if he were charged with a felony and convicted he could be deported. what would the tweens do then? >> anna kooiman, thanks. and now to our brew on this. we asked is bieber's bad behavior a typical teen phase or is he heading down a dangerous path? here are some of your responses:
>> what does this uncertainty mean? doug luzader is here to tell us about the stormy outlook for insurers. >> it could be bad news for the insurance companies. as a whole they took a big hit from moody's investors services. the service downgraded the agency from stable to negative. they site concerns about the lwy enrollment numbers about the young and constant screams of regulatory changes coming from the white house. as far as the public is concerned the president's numbers when it comes to healthcare are taking a hit. 38 percent of registered voters approve of the handling of healthcare. 59 percent disapprove. a lot may stem from the obamacare web site which is
runnirun into one trouble after another. the site appears to be functioning better now. this is a concern to registered voters. if you enter into the site it will be kept private. 9 percent are confident in the privacy of the site. down here 40 percent not at all confident that information will in fact be safeguarded. in november of last year they are confident. they show an uphill climb as they try to continue to sell obamacare. >> they could decide today if a pregnant woman in texas is allowed to be taken off life support. mar lease was declared brain dead in november. it w
she was always clear she not be kept on life stoerupport. no pregnant woman can be taken offer life support a. judge is holding a hearing in the case today. an attorney for the family also says tests show the fetus now 2 two weeks old is not developing properly and already has extreme health problems. >> developing overnight five people are dead dozens injured after two explosions rock cairo, egypt. a car bomb exploding at the main entrance of egyptian police headquarters in cairo killing four. then hours later another blast near a subway station leaving at least one dead. the explosion coming on the eve of the third anniversary of the arab springs. >> three people are dead and 20 injured after a pileup near michigan city indiana on i-94. a 66-year-old man is one of the
victims and a couple from grand rapids, michigan. drivers were stuck in the back waiting in below freezing temperatures. white out conditions and ice on the highway are blamed for the crash. the sequence of events so far unclear. a shocking sentence for the teen convicted of stealing celebrity chef lamborghini. he was found guilty of a slew of charges including trying to kill the boyfriend of a girl he liked. fieri's fancy ride was stolen in 2011. he is eligible for parole in 17 to 18 years. a shocking video shows wendy davis' team mocking greg abbott for being in a wheelchair. now abbott is firing back. we have the latest on the heated campaign. >> in texas attorney general
greg abbott is starting to react to video which did surface showing battle ground staffers which is a political group that promote davis. the registrar was caught not only ignoring voter fraud but making fun of the fact that abbott is in a wheelchair. >> wonder how it is going to work out. he's in a wheelchair and most of the slogans are stand with wendy. >> he's in a wheelchair but has no sympathy for any one. >> senator davis responded to the leak. she writes the language used in this video about greg abbott is abhorrent. she persevered over great challenges to have a family a productive career and for that erve better qualityespect. and depth of character to represent their families. he also says being in a wheelchair made him a better
public servant. >> the accident that put me in this wheelchair when i was 26 years old has helped me really understand the challenges of the people in texas and across this country face every day. >> abbott said his -- the time line refined over the week abbott says are just distractions. elizabeth prann live for us in washington. thank you. >> speaker of the house john boehner tells jay leno his life is too good to be president. making his first ever appearance on "the tonight show"" he was quizzed on everything from the government shut down to obamacare. he said this when talking about the top office. >> you ever think of running for president? >> no. >> you want to show tell them what you told me? >> i like to play golf. i like to cut my own grass.
i do drink and smoke cigarettes i am not giving that up to be president of the united states. >> meanwhile the time is ticking on leno's "tonight show" run. last show is february 6th. >> revealing the future political plans. he is considering a run for governor. this coming on the heels of his major announcement. his campaign seteam raised 4.5 million last year. should he decide to run the firi filing deadline is may. >> people caught a glimpse of a rare snowy owl in the district. they have thrown south in record numbers this year. in if dc and the great lakes region and the dakotas. >> this weekend more cold in
texas. freezing rain. >> maria molina joins us with the frigid weather. >> we are looking at freezing rain across portions of texas. it is working in parts of downtown area there. we have a number of winter weather advisories and also winter storm warnings in effect out here across texas and also into parts of southern louisiana. texas and louisiana getting hit hard with that early this morning. high temperatures not warming up as much through the northeast. stay in teens in new york city, teens in new england. single dig get high temperatures in the state of maine. you have to factor in a little bit of breeze and the windchill temperatures will be brutal. if you are hoping for relief, i have bad news in the midwest and northeast. we are expecting another arctic
plunge as we head into the weekend and early next week and also several clipper systems moving through producing areas of snow, very widespread, several inches expected. in minneapolis look at the forecast next monday and tuesday. we are not even going to make it above zero heather and patti ann. >> cold temperatures ahead. >> to say the least. >> i was going to say nothing to say about that. >> not even above freezing. above zero. >> up next the speed cameras at city views that send you tickets may have major flaws, they are usually wrong. >> could it be the next big scandal to hit the irs? this time the agency being accused of targeting top conservatives in hollywood. oh! progress-oh! [ female announcer ] with 40 delicious progresso soups at 100 calories or less, there are plenty of reasons
>> check out this awesome video. it shows lava spewing out of nef the most active volcanoes in the world. it is in hawaii. the volcano last erupted nearly five years ago. >> wow. >> baltimore's speed cameras over charged drivers $2.8 million in 2012. a secret audience showed the cameras were issuing incorrect tickets nearly half of the time. in january of last year the cameras were replaced with new remod reer models. new regulations could soon allow banks to do business with legal marijuana sellers. eric holder announced the policy shift saying pot dealers need access to the banking systems so they don't have large amounts of cash lisling around. >> controversy in hollywood this morning to tell you about in the middle of the left leaning town a new report shows the irs is targeting conservatives in the
entertainment industry. members of the organization say the government is even going so far as to ask members about what is going on. marianne rafferty joins us with more. >> mary ann? >> we are talking about hundreds of conservative members in hollywood. they are now seeking 501c3 tax exempt status. no partisan activities would be allowed if this happens. friends of aid said they have no political agenda but they are told they are targeted by the irs. >> we understand by our attorney that our agent at the irs was handling our file. i think that probably the reason we are targeted because we filed as a conservative education fellowship. >> for more than two years the irs has been asking questions including wanting to know names of members. actors like kelsey grammer and
gary sinise are members. this kind of targeting in hollywood can be difficult. >> they are vulnerable. therefore we have the walking in corporation. i think it's fair to say that we have been subjected to what goes beyond what might be reasonably expected. >> the irs declined to comment. but the agency doesn't comment on individual cases like this one. heather, patti ann. >> all right. marianne rafferty joining us. thank you. >> a man and his tractor plunged through thin ice. we will show you the race to save his life. >> scary. but first let's check in with brian kilmeade to see what is coming up on "fox & friends." we will be talking about justin bieber see if we can slip in this. phone may have security flaws
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a man on a tractor falls through an icy new york lake. temperatures were in the teens in tarrytown when the tractor removing snow from a reservoir plunged through the ice and crashed into the water. police say the driver managed to escape the sinking rig before it slipped below the surface. he was treated at a hospital for hypothermia before being released. and his parachute failed to
open, and he plunged almost 500 feet into a river, going nearly 100 mails per hour. but tim survived, and now he's telling his story. this video was shot from the same bridge just a few months before his accident. he's a base jumper who has completed over 800 jumps, but it was just one that left him with five broken vertebrae, a crushed sternum and a shattered ta tailbone. >> i believe i'm here, you know, the lord. i think i made a deal with the lord at that time and the prayers of my family, my friends and people honestly that i've never known. >> well, sumter is still undergoing physical therapy and says he has hung up his parachute for good. tori spelling's husband, dean mcdermott, is waking up in rehab this morning. news follows weeks of rumors that he was cheating on spelling. mcdermott didn't say what sort of treatment he's receiving but released a statement saying, i'm truly sorry for the mistakes i have made and for the pain i've caused my family. i take full responsibility for my actions.
spelling and mcdermott have been married for seven years. "snl's weekend update" about to get a brand-new anchor. >> i'm seth meyers. and here with tonight's top stories. >> seth meyers right there is leaving the show to host "late night" next month, and we now know his replacement will be colin jost, currently the head writer of the show, the youngest person ever to have that job. stay-at-home moms listen up. it turns out doing tasks like driving, cooking, grocery shopping and cleaning would add up to over $113,000 a year in income. well, a new survey shows the average nonworking mom spends 94 hours a week juggling tasks at home. working moms, meanwhile, spend 58 hours a week doing work around the house. well, coming up next, a video guaranteed to make you smile. an airman reunited with his best friend after serving overseas.
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two minutes till the top of the hour before you leave the house. here's what's happening for you today. bundle up because this cold weather isn't going anywhere, sorry to tell you. temperatures all across the eastern part of the country will be at least eight degrees below normal. former virginia governor bob mcdonnell and his wife arraigned in court accused of taking gifts from a campaign donor. and slushmate is recalling 351,000 of its siri flushing systems. the faulty system can cause a toilet tank to burst.
time now to take a look at "the good, the bad and the ugly." first the good. this dog, sherlock, could not contain his excitement when his best friend, staff sergeant tyler bigler, came home from deployment. next the bad. it turns out even miniature trains can cause some damage. this miniature train near the houston zoo crashed into a car that was parked on the tracks. thankfully no one was hurt. finally the ugly. people in one california neighborhood are being fined because their lawns aren't green enough. this while the state is in the middle of a drought. time for your brew on this responses. we've been talking about justin bieber, arrested for dui, resisting arrest and drag racing in miami. >> is he heading down a dangerous path? shirley says these young people always are rewarded for bad behavior.
let's hope he learned a lesson. i doubt it. >> vincent said, it's kids that get too much too soon. they think they're entitled to do whatever they want. this kid is a follower, not a leader. and thanks to everyone who responded. "fox & friends" starts right now. have a great weekend. good morning. it's friday, january 24th, 2014. days after she was busted for lying about her life story, wendy davis's supporters caught mocking her republican opponent. >> he doesn't speak very well. he doesn't have a good personality. and he's in a wheelchair. >> well, greg abbott's response is coming your way. meanwhile, joe biden says obamacare is here to stay. >> we will not go back. we will not go back. america has turned a page. >> because it's a big deal.