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scrutiny since a man+++r the al qaeda linked al shab bobab group has claimed responsibility. a bomb under the seat of the bus was detonate i had by ed by remote control. >> a boat cap sizes in the sea. hundreds were crapped bind locked doors had no chance of escaping. the boat traveling from libya to italy flipped when too many people were crowded on one side of the ship. 2 dozen bodies pulled from the
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water. >> turning now to 2016, the race is heating up over the weekend. the gop took over new hampshire, and today it is hillary's turn. clinton expected to travel the granite state talking the economy. >> the only one running for president heads to the venue for the country's first presidential primary. hillary clinton will tour a small business and speak with others. she will host a similar roundtable with teachers and students. clinton will meet with new hampshire political leaders and ask for support. they are already targeting her months before the primaries have even begun. >> i believe a clinton presidency would be another four years of barack obama. up to this point i have not seen her distinguish herself on a
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single issue of what the president is doing now. i think it's true on foreign follow see. >> this as conservative group continues a similar line of attack on clinton already targeting a digital ad questioning her state department and focusing on tee deerdeterioration in the middle east. >> wasn't isho is expected to beat a republican. >> carlie will announce soon she is running for president her press secretary rei fuses to confirm her reports. lindsay graham says there's a 91 percent chance she is running. there are a host of other republicans expected to announce they are running for president including former governor jeb bush and scott walker from wisconsin and new jersey governor chris kriscally. >> not 90 percent. 91 percent. >> 91. >> thank you rich.
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>> powerful storms ripping through and deadly sized hail. >> a 65-year-old woman was killed when a treetop pelled over and fell on to her car. >> in alabama several reports of tornadoes tornadoes. a twister was confirmed there in russell county. you can see a gaping hole in a house where the roof used to be. >> there it is. >> maria molina is tracking a new threat. another one today. she joins us with more. >> hi heather and ainsley. this is the time of year where we tend to see this activity thunderstorms, hail in april and may and june. we are looking at an active weather pattern in terms of severe weather. not only today but over the next couple days. we are tracking a large storm system.
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there is a threat for flash flooding. a number of watches already issued through mid atlantic and also in new england. the storm system will move eastward producing travel delays and the risk area includes parts of pennsylvania and new jersey. looking at large hail damaging winds and the risk of isolated tornadoes that another storm system starts to get going. that risk continues to place across parts of the plains through midweek on wednesday there's a chance for tornadoes damaging winds gusts and large hail from the storms. you are feeling very spring like there 80's in rally further west and north cool cooler. heather and ainsley over to you. thousands paying tribute at a city memorial 20-years after the oklahoma city bombing took
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the lives of 168 men, women and children. former president bill clinton speaking about the selfless response to the bombing and how it united that city. >> you have reminded us that we should all live by the oklahoma standard, service, honor, kindness in the face of mad crazy people who think the differences are all that matter. >> the ceremony marked by 168 seconds of silence follow by the reading of those victim's names. >> today is the boston marathon. 30,000 people expected to run in this year's race as 1 million others line the 26 mile course. the people are encouraged to leave bags and backpacks home as security is expected to be tight. two years ago you will recall, twin bombs exploded at the finish line killing three people and injuring 264 others.
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convicted bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev faces the death penalty. his sentencing trial begins tomorrow. >> tim tebow is now one step closer to making an nfl come back. the nilphiladelphia eagles set to sign tebow later. they will use him as their fourth quarterback. he has been spending the last year as an analyst for espn. we wish him all the best. >> it was blowing up twitter yesterday. >> the 50th academy of country music awards turning out to be one of the most star studded events and emotional ones of the year. >> mir lan dau lambert taking home female vocalists of the year, luke briane bryan won entertaininger of the year.
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>> and taylor swift honored even after releasing a pop album last year. her mother revealed last week she had breast cancer takes the stage to present taylor with the milestone award. >> i have watched this milestone artist from the time she was a tangled hair little girl growing up on our farm full of imagination and creativity until right now as she prepares for her next world tour. >> classic country fans getting a treat when legendary duo brooks & dunn reunited with a special performance and to receive a milestone award. >> the most talked about tonight country legend garth brooks singing his tribute to the truth with members of the military filling that stadium. hear from garth brooks coming up at 5:0. -- 5:30. >> the capitol crasher speaking
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out. >> i had expected to be intercepted on the way. >> why that gyrocopter pilot still says his message is not being heard. >> who knew that was a word. >> pulled from her burning car. look at this. with seconds to spare the dramatic video as officers rush to the rescue just in time. >> welcome to the hall of fame. rock and roll unites the remaining beatles. ringo and paul together. we will take you behind this year's induction.
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>> welcome back. he flew freely right on to the lawn of the capitol. now this florida post man is
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under house arrest. crystal clark was at his home when he spoke out for the first time. >> the media frenzy continues. onlookers passing by slowly every few minutes trying to get the glimpse of the man who flew his gyrocopter on to the lawn garnering national attention. cameras snapping as dug hughes arrived to his home wednesday morning. >> made one single pass and took it where i intended to land. >> he described his airborne protests saying even he didn't think he could pull off the stunt. >> i had expected to be intercepted on the way. i didn't see any vehicles. >> he did make it through restricted airspace but was arrested before delivering his letters to congress demanding campaign finance reform. >> we have bigger problems in this country than making sure security around dc is ironclad.
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we need to worry about whether or not something that can be flying into dc but the piles of money going into congress. >> these small ultra light aircraft can fly under the radar as this one did. it exposed a vulnerability quite frankly in this case the guy was going postal literally and exposes the vulnerability that they can exploit. >> you think you are a patriot. some people say you are a what can whack job? >> everybody gets to make up their own mind about me. that's what i say. >> do you consider yourself a patriot? >> no, i am a mailman. >> house over site committee chairman says the gyrocopter incident shows a decline in confidence of the capitol security forces. >> one of the problems is you have a 32 federal agencies or 32
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law enforcement agencies i should say within washington, d.c. with some degree of jurisdiction. you worry about the coordination and communication. that aura of inevitability that law enforcement will preveal if someone jumps over the fence or has a gyrocopter that shine has begun away. when you don't take somebody down and somebody down hard say they are never getting into the capitol, what you don't do that you have deranged people and terrorists that could take a shot the a us. these are no fail missions. they can never, ever fail. >> turning to business retail giant target's web site nearly crippled not by hackers but by shoppers. jolene kent from our sister network fox business. joe targets under fire this morning. >> good morning ainsley and heather. the demand for lilly pulitzer
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was so huge the web site almost crashed. it went on sale and nearly sold out in the we hours. it went down several times due to massive traffic. a spokesperson has apologized for the experience. at the physical stores hundreds of people lined up for limited edition clothing. now analysts are wondering why they weren't better prepared for the launch. they likened it to the disaster of the roll out. >> i tried no luck. >> speaking of breaking records, it was a weekend breaking for furious seven. >> furious search stayed at number -- furious seven stayed number one hitting 1 billion. it's the highest grossing release in the 103 year history. all seven fast and furious films
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generated a record breaking $3.39 billion according to nbc universal. as always we are checking your stock futures. they are up across the board this morning, guys? >> thank you very much. to find fox business network go to surprising screens for help in a house fire. >> they could hear voices inside. >> wait until you hear whose voice firefighters actually heard. >> reality is too real for hollywood star ben affleck. what he wanted hidden about his past. >> eric church and keith urban performing at the country music awards. 40% of streetlights in detroit at one point did not work. at the time that the bankruptcy filing
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oo passengers on board a bus barely make it out as flames engulf the vehicle. the fire moments after all 53 people evacuated the bus in california in the desert. it sounded like a weird tire exploding prompting him to pull joefr. that's when he saw the back of the bus up in flames. he yelled for everyone to get off. >> wait until you hear about this. give polly some crackers, the parents are heros. rescuers rescuers hear cries for help and someone finding fire.
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they found parrots screaming inside the home. both birds were given oxygen and they are expected to be okay. >> the stars in line for the rock and roll hall of fame's 2015 induction ceremony. the final beatle getting the legendary status. i got an all access pass to all of the action. >> to be here and receive this is very emotional. >> bottom line is check this out, stevie wonder knows my name and the brother just put me in the hall of fame. >> why did you wait so long? that has nothing to do with me. you have to be invited.
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♪ >> i was really going to try not to try and be tough that's a little overwhelming there. thank you very much. >> i grew upturning down every drug and drink because it will bring me close tore the man i never met and never could. >> ♪ we all need somebody to lean on ♪ >> i remember singing lean on me in a middle school talent show. >> i love rock and roll and i love it for the rest of my life. >> to see ringo and paul perform
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together. >> that was an experience. >> remember lean on me when you are not strong. try meeting the guy who actually sang the song. >> 25 after the top of the hour. another security scare at the white house. another arrest proving the agency that protects the president is still in turmoil. >> de high grayings darrenings. the startling statistics of how drinking not enough water could be as dangerous as drinking and driving. >> george strait performs at the country music awards.
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>> fox news alertd taking down americans with terror ties. a national sweep netting young
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people trying to help isis. >> christian captives killed for their faith. the white house weighing in about the brutal beheadings at the hands of isis. a new worry the group's influence is growing. >> a house on fire a family with no way out. >> if we came to the front door to p find you how do i find you? >> up the steps right in the back hallway. >> a dramatic 911 call from the teenager trapped inside who helped save the day. "fox & friends first" continues right now. >> good morning to you and your family. welcome to "fox & friends first". i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather childers. we begin with a fox news alert. breaking overnight home grown terror. six people raised accused of planning to join isis fighters in syria. >> the suspects taken into
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custody in minneapolis and san diego as part of a terrorism investigation into young men being radicalized. investigators saying those arrested overnight did not have any active plans to target people in the u.s. the u.s. attorney's office and the fbi are planning to announce details about the suspects at 10:30 this morning. 28 other americans have been arrested this year trying to take the terrorist group. >> appears to slow the mass slaughter of ethiopian christians in libya. kelly wright is the latest on this disturbing story. how is the white house responding? >> we are going to get into that in a moment. right now u.s. officials are analyzing the video for confirmation. but it is a chilling clip proertedly showing ethiopian christians being executed.
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in the video isis claims to shoot and be head groups of catholic ethiopian christians. they condemn the attack saying these terrorists killed these men because of their faith lays bare the vicious census brutality. they are widening their path of terror afflicting more atrocities on christians and people of faith. >> isis is growing idealogically and in libya and afghanistan. terrorism sont move and we don't have an effective strategy to effect it. >> a number of christian leaders from around the world gathered to discuss persecution in the middle east and globally. they can't afford to be silent. they are taking their message
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and telling the u.s. action as to be has to be taken. >> what steps are being taken to stop it? >> it is spreading through out the middle east and africa. >> it has sympathizers even here in the u.s. they are providing support for iraqi forces fighting isis. >> meanwhile i took these pictures on thursday to show the effect of isis influence. this banner hangs over the entrance to the church of the holy seplicur. they are trying to bring awareness to everyone to pray and challenge isis. >> there are new reports a person tried to jump the fence armed with a suspicious package. doug luzader is live with the latest. >> with so many of the
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incursions happen along the white lawn of the white house. it is right along pennsylvania avenue there. this one is unusual it happened right along the south lawn. it is not the only big incident around here that's raising a lot of questions about security in the nation's capitol. the white house fence may not be easy to climb yet somehow people keep scaling it even over the points that are already there at the top of the fence. there's no indication this fence jumper made it very far. this comes in the wake of a number of high profile security breeches in the nation's capitol. one man made it already inside of the white house. a second row of temporary ber kadz barricades has been added. they unveiled plans. they looked at the fence here and all of these existing points are determined if they ooededadded more spikes here between each of these points they would be able to stop more people from jumping. this has been a long time coming. it's not clear how long it will take to modify the fence.
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ainsley? >> thank you, doug. comingturning now to 2016. hilly hillary clinton turning to new hampshire to talk about the economy. the mud already being slung from both sides of the aisle. >> rich edison is live with the latest on the race for the white house. >> the new hampshire primary traditionally the first in the nomination process is early next year. already presidential contenders are courting voters there. top republicans spent the weekend there. up next former security ry of state hillary clin -- former secretary of state hillary clinton. she will host teachers and students in concorde. clinton will meet with new hampshire leaders and ask for their support. >> while she is the only democrat running other liberal democrats are joining and attacking her. fellow democrats claim she is
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too cozy with wall street. >> whether hillary clinton or republican can out there if repaired to take on the big money interests who control so much of our economy. >> meanwhile conservative group america rising is focusing on clinton in new hampshire targeting a new ad against her it called trust worthy looking at her potentially destroying dozens of words as she raises 10 of thousands proo. rich has been joining us this morning. so it begins. thank you. the 50th academy of country music awards turning out to be the most star studded emotional shows of the year. ♪ >> love that song. miranda lambert taking home the most countries including female
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vocalist of the year. luke ryan winning the 9th biggest entertain of thor year voted on by fans. >> taylor smith presented with a milestone award presented to her by her mother who revealed she had breast cancer. a milestone award wowing country music fans by reuniting with a special performance. >> the most talked about moments of the night country legend garth brooks singing a tribute to the troops with members of the military filling the stadium. stadium. ♪ >> totally awesome. brooks, the best selling artist in music history. also given the milestone award.
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>> the flag the fireworks. awesome. >> the chance for some severe weather across the east. maria molina tracking what is ahead of for us. >> good morning. we are going to need the umbrellas across the northeast. even a risk for flash flooding across parts of new england and the mid atlantic. here's a look at the storm system right now. areas of rain across parts of the great lakes and also into parts of the northeast. on the backside of it we have heavy rain that has already developed across parts of eastern kentucky and also through parts of tennessee. you can see it moving through right there. the concern as we head into the afternoon and evening hours it is for severe weather. that will be a concern across parts of georgia the carolinas through pennsylvania and new jersey. risk of large hail and damaging winds and isolated tornadoes as we head into tuesday and wednesday you have that risk now
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moving into parts of the plains with another storm system. over the plains that risk is going to stay active out here. they have large hail damaging winds and large hail possible. temperature wise across the country it is feeling spring like for many of you across the east coast. 80's across the carolinas. cooler than it has been for the last couple days. in the 60's in kansas city. 50 for you in chicago. along the west coast not bad either. from seattle down to la. head over to you heather and ainsley. >> appreciate it. it was pouring in north carolina. that's all i know yesterday. >> 21 minutes to the top of the hour. a security expert grounded for flying. the reason is to protect other passengers. >> search engine google making changes to the sites you see. how it could be bad news for small businesses. >> picture perfect, the adorable photo bomb giving this military
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(rock climbing sfx) when kevin jorgeson needs light, he trusts only duracell quantum because it lasts longer in 99% of devices. ♪ ♪ >> today is 4:20 the unofficial holiday for pot enthusiasts. they handed out dozens of citations. while recreational use of marijuana is legal in colorado people still can't use it in public. >> grounded united airlines banning a cyber security expert who warned fox news that the computer systems on airplanes could be hacked. >> there are two-ways of doing it.
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we primarily focus on being in the airplane looking up to the in flight but you can leave devices behind and remotely get on board wireless. >> he works to expose security risks before they are exploited. but he was just stopped while boarding a flight from colorado to california the airline saying preventing him from flying is in the best interest of the customers since roberts has talked publically about altering plane's technology. >> last week the fbi was waiting for him as he tweeted about hacking the plane's system while on board. a hush on history. he wanted to stall off one of his family tree. finding your roots to not reveal he had a slave owning ancestor according to leaked e-mails on-line. the show which traces the ancestry of celebrities never aired that information.
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pbs and the show's host said they didn't sense toreor the slave owner's details but instead they found more interesting ancestors to highlight. >> you have a web site you want easily accessed on-line you need to upgrade. ashley webster is here to explain. >> google is changing the ranking system to save businesses who have mogul friendly web sites. that means sites that can be easily read on smart phones minus the flashy content that slows the process down on your phone. a falling google search rankings could cost the business thousands of dollars or more. experts estimate 40 percent of the top web sites not exactly noble mobile friendly. how can you adapt your sites? you can go to the test page to see if you pass. if not go to your local web site
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hosts so you can have the tools to transition your web site. you can go to the web master who can farm out the work for you. if you are not ready by tomorrow don't panic most are found through directory services not through their web site. >> i like that. what does this mean for the average google user who is not a small business owner? >> it means there will be more sites easily used on your smart phone. google says the smart phone is the hub of all of our daily activity. i can attest to that. more sites easily used on your smart phone the better. >> speaking of smart phones all you have to do is go to >> it is 14 minutes before the top of the hour. dragged from her burning car moments before it bursts into flames. the dramatic video of an
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unconscious woman pulled to safety with seconds to spare. >> hating on hillary from the grave, it is going viral this morning. >> first let's see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> overnight americans under arrest for trying to join isis. yes, even more. details on the federal terror sweep straight ahead. plus it's being called the most feared book of the presidential election cycle. the shocking details that actually could de rail hillary clinton's run. wait until you hear about this. plus can you monitor your baby with a device -- a baby monitor, can that be hacked? is it happened to one mom. she is here live with a warning every parent needs to hear. busy three hours kicks off right here on your channel for news. stick around you are watching "the fox news channel.
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the boston marathon is happening today. if you didn't know with 30,000 runners hoping to cross the finish line this year. one million others will line the course to cheer them on. people are encouraged to leave bags at home as security is expected to be tight. two years ago you'll recall twin bombs exploded at the finish line killing two people and injuring 264 others. convicted killer dzhokhar tsarnaev faces the death penalty. dramatic video out of new jersey. two police officers pulling an unconscious woman from her car. the driver pinned inside the car as smoke begins to rise. just moments after pulling her free that car catches on fire and explodes. the rescue started when police got calls about an erratic
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driver. they found the overturned car. the driver survived and she was charged with dwi. new calls reveal the dramatic moments as a boy and his sister become trapped inside a house on fire. one of the children jumped in, took charge and saved the day. >> if it's safe to do so stay low -- >> i can't breathe. >> it's too hot. >> the window is too hot? >> no, everything is hot when i get up. >> we're going to die. >> hold her hand, you're doing a great job, okay. >> stay right here. breathe. >> marcus, he's hailed as a hero. he and his sister and three tudlts managed to escape the
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fire. bobby brown has stunning news about his daughter bobbi kristina. >> brown sharing the big news during a weekend show in dallas. not elaborating. bobbi kristina his daughter with the late whitney houston has been in a medically induced coma since she was found unresponsive in a bath tub in january. he may not be wearing a suit and tie justin timber lake is showing off his baby boy. >> ♪ >> the star introducing all of us to his adorable baby. this is the first photo of the baby since he was born on april 11th.
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silas is ready to cheer on the memphis grizzlies there. >> beautiful. ties to terror, the brand new sweep and where the feds nabbed americans trying to join isis. dehydration dangers. the startling statistics about how not drinking enough water could be just as bad as drunk driving. lady antebellum's performance at the american country music awards. ♪
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but what if that thing is a few hundred thousand doses of flu vaccine. that need to be kept at 41 degrees. while being shipped to a country where it's 90 degrees. in the shade. sound hard? yeah. does that mean people in laos shouldn't get their vaccine? we didn't think so. from figuring it out to getting it done, we're here to help.
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it is two minutes before the top of the hour. here's what's happening today. a federal terror sweep nabbing six americans accused of planning to travel to syria to join isis. they nabbed them in minneapolis and san diego. let's keep talking about this. what do you think is contributing to the rise of all this home grown terror? you can look on to the "fox and friends first" facebook page. use the #keeptalking.
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charges pending against a when you say fence jumping. someone jumped the fence carrying a suspicious package. clinton is expected to focus on the economy. time now for the good, bad and the ugly. up first, the good. a picture perfect homecoming for one soernl who surprises his son by photo bombing him. when the photographer shows the photo he turns around and hugs his dad. driving dehydrated is just as bad as drunk drivingment they made the same amount of mistakes. larry upright's dying wish you don't vote for hillary clinton. he was vocal about his political views. when he passed the family
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decided the obituary should say not to support hillary. good morning to you. it is monday april 20th. i'm elizabeth hasselbeck. a fox news alert. isis' reign of terror takes another turn after a video shows two groups of christians getting executed overnight. here at home a cross country terror sweep lands several suspects behind bars. details on their plot to wage jihad straight ahead. it's being called the book that could derail hillary's run. the shocking new details about the clinton's cash, where it came from, and how many mountains of there are. and from taya kyle, a night to remember for country music. >> i've watched this milestone artist from the time she was a tangled haired little girl


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