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hi. >>. good morning, today is sunday the 17th of may, 2015. i'm anna kooiman and a fox news alert. u.s. special forces take down an isis leader. what does all this mean for the president's strategy? we're live with the latest. and as republican hopefuls head to iowa this weekend, jeb bush is still taking questions on his comments on iraq. >> i can handle it. i was answered a question wrong. i answered a different question and look we're all going to make mistakes. >> meanwhile, hillary clinton
heads to iowa too and she's not answering any questions at all. as the -- hassed media noticed? she remains on the fbi's most wanted list for the murder of a state trooper. one university decides to honor her with a mural? smart choice. we'll debate. "fox & friends" begins right now. hey, everybody, come on in and stay a while. four hours to be exact. >> it's a four-hour tour. >> it's may 17th. >> you look beautiful this morning. you look lovely as well. we wrote a coder last week, he watches our show and he watches apps. got thousands of lines of code written during the time he watches our show. we need to talk about this
fox news alert. new details about the u.s. army raid that killed a top isis commander in syria. >> the army's delta force took out abu sayyaf. >> we're joined live with the very latest on this raid. >> we did learn these new details last night. a defense official confirms to fox news that some of the fighting that took place in syria was hand to hand. and women and children were being used as human shields. 12 members of isis including abu sayyaf was killed. fighting was intense. ancient artifacts were recovered, along with cell phones computers, and documents. we heard from the general
earlier in the day. >> think of him as the oil minister and finance minister combined. 0 so anybody like that as part of the top leadership in isis this will be a set back for isis. it won't stop their military operations per se. the mission was largely what we refer to as a capture-kill mission. the purpose is intelligence. >> the white house also speaking out after the raid saying that president obama did approve the operation after his intelligence officials deemed it it could be carried out successfully. like i said artifacts recovered, but also that intelligence material we also know that no u.s. forces were injured or kill during this raid. back to you guys. thank you. fascinating details about this raid and as "the new york times" reporting this morning, he was a mid level guy and probably easily replaceable. they are comparing him to al capone's accountant. he was the finance guy. the emir of oil and gas.
>> delta force, one of the more impressive special group of operators in the u.s. military overwhelmed this encampment. took him out. took his wife for inat the -- interrogation. apparently got a lot of information. >> they end up taking out 11 of these guards along with abu sayyaf, if anything, it's starting to change the mind-set of isis. syria is their strong hold are they going to have to start to change their strategy a little bit. yes, they are gaining ground in ramadi ramadi. here in syria, not so good. this is something we need to be doing more of. >> what's important here is that
we've taken out both a profit center of isis this guy was making money for them keeping them going, also an operations center, where these guys can no long are believe that syria is going to be a safe haven for them. this is a two-fer for us. to defeat isis we must defeat the network. first, we must understand it. we have to get in there, use human intelligence use belly button to belly button. >> perhaps having that intelligence on the ground instead of drone strikes is more effective. >> this is impressive. i'm confused as to the bigger picture. what is the point? do we want the government of syria to remain in control? do we want the shiites to keep control of iraq? what is our plan long term? you can defeat isis i guess, but then what next? it would be nice if the
president were to articulate what he would like to see in the region. >> hopefully, this intelligence will give us more of their mind set and their recruitment mind set. we've got some headlines for you. >> we're going to start with this extreme weather alert. overnight, powerful storms race across the midwest and they are packing hail high winds, even tornadoes. [ sirens ] >> oh, my god. >> since yesterday afternoon, there have been 29 twisters reported in nine states all the way from minnesota down to texas, and over to louisiana and iowa and kansas. the suspect tornado downing power lines and trees and knocking a tree on its side and dang -- damaging dozens of homes and businesses. no reports of serious injury. a notre dame falls to his
death just one day before he was set to graduate. police say he climbed on to the roof of the sports arena. he lost his footing and plunged to the ground. the 21-year-old colorado native was an engineering major and a member of the fencing team. brand-new information regarding the amtrak crash. the feds ordering amtrak to take steps to install automatic safety. the rail hopes to resume full service between philadelphia and new york by tuesday. and american pharaoh reigns in the rain in preakness.
he wins the second jewel of the triple crown on a rain soaked track at pimlico. all eyes shift to the belmont stakes in three weeks. >> he's a tough mudder. >> speaking of tough mudders, the toughest of all mudders, rick rick reichmuth is standing by. >> we had some big storms moving across a lot of the northeast, but the worst of, it you take a look at where the temperature contrast is right here. you can clearly see the cold front moving through. still warm and juicy ahead of it and there's going to be some more storms today. there's the storms that they are talking about that moved across pennsylvania and new york overnight. this is the big line of storms
that brought all the severe weather yesterday. it's consolidated into a solid line of storms and that's brought some really significant flooding swl the severe weather and we're still watching that severe weather including to the north of new orleans where we had a tornado warning this morning. out across the west clearing up just a little bit but this energy continues to pull into the northern plains and today that severe weather is right across thele mississippi valley. we're not out of the waters yet on this one. one more day. one more day. speaking of iowa yesterday 1,300 republican supporters candidates there were a lot of candidates that showed up here at the lincoln day dinner last night. they had ten minutes to speak.
here is a look at some of the candidates you are seeing some video of the folks that showed up. jeb bush disappointed some people there when he said he was not going to take place in that straw poll over iowa in the summer. he said i don't want to come in fourth place, do you? s. >> it's the ames straw poll. he's been getting hit on the question of the iraq war. 2003 would you have authorized it would you have done what your brother did? he's been asked that question several different ways and he's given different answers. he addressed it directly in iowa. here's part of what he said? >> i don't think so. i was asked a question. i answered the question wrong. i answered a different question and, look we're all going to make mistakes. if you are looking for a perfect
candidate, he probably existed 2000 years ago. >> many of you know me as george and barbara's boy, which i'm proud. some may know me as w's brother. i'm proud of that too. >> he won't take place in that this summer. >> he is answering the question which puts him ahead of someone else running for president. >> who hasn't done any sitdown interviews with the media recently. she answer the any questions about iraq or her family's foundation. she's going to be meeting behind closed doors. >> out of the glare of the press. listen to this from the "des moines register." clinton's campaign aides intentionally design her three-day iowa sting to be a listening tour staged in small
casual settings mostly out of the care of the press scrutiny. it's kind of a disaster the last time she was criticized heavily for kind of flowing in there and being aloof and not really meeting anybody. >> this is what humility looks like? >> it's smart. why does she need to answer? >> the media let's her do it too. co-dependent relationship. >> her poll numbers have ticked up recently because she's not answering questions. >> a co-dependent relationship. that is so true. i'm stealing that. it is a co-dependent relationship but it's time for some recovery as far as i'm concerned. this video is scary but this little girl is okay after a school bus drags her down the
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let's ask jim hanson who served with the army special forces. does this mean we need boots on the ground to be more effective against isis? >> it means that having boots on the ground means we have a chance to do something more than make the rubble bounce. it was a tremendous rage. this is a huge success. it's the second time we've actually conducted a raid into syria. the first time was the unsuccessful raid to attempt to rescue hostages. this time we returned a bunch of terrorists to room temperature. i don't think he's quite up the food chain as he was being portrayed portrayed. all in all, a very successful and a good start. >> so impressive. are you satisfied? do you understand what the strategy is? do you understand who we want to run iraq and syria in the end?
>> i don't think anyone understands the strategy. i don't think the president has put one forth. i think that would be a great start for the president to actually tell us what are we trying to do? if we're trying to take out isis who is going to run things in iraq who is going to run things in syria? are we trying to topple assad? none of that has been arctic cue latd. right now, we're basically serving as the iranian air force and commandos while they are the runs who are the allies the iraqi government. >> you don't think this target may have been the intended target and he wasn't necessarily a household name abu sayyaf. we haven't heard a lot about him. others have said this is not a good thing, not to put his name out there, not watching his back too much. we shouldn't be telegraphing our plans too much any way.
you say? >> this is absolutely true. this is another example of the obama administration doing an end zone dance, spiking the football. if we captured the intelligence we did, we should be exploiting it for the raids. rather than running to the news cameras and announcing we got a guy. it would be better if we took the time to look at what we found and scarf up some more bad guys rather than making a political point out of a strategic consideration. >> exactly right to tucker's point. very smart. at 6:20 in the morning, no less. great to see you this morning. >> thanks a lot. the school board said she went too far. punishing a student for bullying she was just doing her job? >> i never in a million years to say that to a student and put him in front -- that to me it's insulting. >> that teacher now fired and
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hope. a bill takes aim at online ammunition sales. the bill would only permit face-to-face purchases of ammo and would require dealers to report purchases of more than 1,000 rounds. the number of americans on food stamps has exploded from 17 million in 2000 to 47 million last year and, soon there may be even more because people may be able to sign up for the benefits simply by asking over the phone. is this making it easier for people to live off the government? will it encourage fraud? here to debate. it's great to see you both. >> good morning. >> this is going to increase fraud. how could it not? but it also will increase profits for the companies providing the food. >> so actually they have done a study and it actually reduces fraud.
the over the past 20 years, since we've been doing these studies, fraud has gone down to last 1%. this is a mass conspiracy out there that people are falsely signing up for food stamps. >> college students are signing up for food stamps. >> i don't know if that's necessarily true if college students are rich kids and they have access to the food stamps that they can sign up for. it still costs money, regardless. you have to qualify for it. these aren't just like anybody going in there and signing up. you have to prove how much you are making where you are coming from you have to have your social security number ready, the over the phone process eliminates government waste, it cuts costs. >> look the government wants more power. this gives them more power. >> listen i see this as a vote-buying scheme.
we have no idea who is going to be on the other end of that phone. are remember the obama phone woman, a phone, a vote. the state of california has 38 million -- it's a population of 38 million. over 45 million people are on food stamps at a cost of $70 billion. in 2000 there were 17 million. the regulations have been relaxed. it has exploded especially under president obama's watch. >> what are the effects of it? i notice the left is never eager to look deeply at the effects of the programs it espouses. why are food stamp recipients more likely to be obese? >> the reality is that people accepting the subsidies on behalf of the wheat industry the soy industry the industry that are perpetuating these problems. they are corporations. if you want to talk about subsidy subsidies. >> you are for the program, you have to expand it, people on the
program are more likely to expand -- to be -- >> we want people to be deployed not dependent on the government. this is what we're witnessing more government dependency and it's breaking the bank. what is our debt? we can't afford this. >> let's talk about the $1 trillion that we've given to corporations. corporations are putting money overseas right now. >> by the way they are the ones putting -- pushing this expansion. next on the rundown, she's on the fib's most -- fbi's most wanted terrorist list. one university just honored her with a mural. a hacker says he took control of a airplane and flew it sideways.
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>> daddy. >> happy birthday. >> it was surprising i guess. >> they say there's no crying in baseball but that's not true not in this case. emotions ran pretty high during this reunion, understandably. the 7-year-old thought she was randomly chosen to throw out the first pitch at the flying tigers game down in florida. she had no idea that her dad staff sergeant tony clark had just return home from the middle east. >> it never gets hold whether it's baseball football basketball half time there's never a dry eye in the arena when this happens. >> pretty awesome. the sheriff's association of new jersey has join a chorus of law enforcement groups to demand the return of a fugitive named joanne cheismard. she's a cop killer and suspected in other murders. she's been hiding in cuba ever
since. there's a mural at marquette university in wisconsin. >> here is what the mural looks like in tribute to her. as tucker mentioned. she changed her name. here's a little bit history of her. she's a black panther convicted of a murder of a new jersey state trooper, in 1973. in 1979 she broke out of prip and authorities believe she did move to cuba in 1984. she remains on the fbi most wanted terrorist list. put up a mural? >> that's a feather in her cap. >> what i find so striking in addition to everything else she was also like a complete racist who killed people because of the color of their skin. i'm so struck by the selective outrage of the left. how would the president react to a mural of a clans man?
it's like nobody pays attention. we now normalize relations with kraub -- cuba. fine. can we get this woman back? >> she broke out of jail. >> how would you like it if was your dad who got murdered by her? you know our address, email us. caught on cam remark the disturbing moment a school bus drags an elementary school at least 100 feet down a kentucky roadway. police say the girl was getting off the bus when her backpack got stuck in the door. the driver completely unaware until someone flagged him down. the girl who is either five or six was taken to the hospital with minor injuries we're told. is expected to be okay. the school district is investigating. remember the cyber security expert who said he could hack into planes through inflight entertainment systems?
>> we've actually primarily focused being in the airplane hooking up to the inflight entertainment. >> the fbi says chris roberts did just that making a plane fly sideways according to an fbi warrant, it happened while he was on board a plane in april. he also told the fbi he's hacked into planes 15 to 20 other times. last month, he was kicked off a united airlines plane after tweeting about hacking into planes. he hasn't been charged with anything. a teacher is fired and accused of public humiliation for bullying. >> i asked one of my students if
they knew that their actions and words were hurting their friends? i never in a million years would say that to a student and put him in front of that to me is -- it's insulting. >> well, several parents are defending lemire. she says this is a personal issue with the school and is planning to take legal action. just over an hour nearly 1,000 people will be making their way to the top of one world trade center all to raise money for military veterans. it is holding the first ever stair climb at the nation's tallest building. participants will be hustling up 180 flights. that includes retired army agent brian delerian. >> when i was employed everyone said climb to glory. it has a whole new meaning to
me. >> lost his limbs and is going to do it too. money raised will go to build homes for vet rarngs seriously wounded and educate children who have lost a parent in the military. >> isn't that a story? it gives you so much hope. he's going to do it without limbs. >> you could do it. i would be dead by the 50th floor. we'll see what the weather will be like at the top of one world trade today. rick reichmuth is outside. >> pretty optimistic that you made it to 50 tucker. >> that's a good point. >> but you would beat the rest of us. let's talk about the weather. so much going on this weekend for so many including a lot of flooding going on this morning. texas and oklahoma has seen incredible amounts of rain over the last week and anywhere you see the red on this map, those are flash flood warnings that are going on right now, including up in toward the ozarks around kansas city and the dallas area. both i'm hearing have water
rescues that are going on right now. so a very dangerous thing going on and we have more rain coming their way today. here's your forecast across the northeast. there will be a few scattered showers across thearea. mostly in and around virginia west virginia in toward delaware. new england, you are remaining fine for the day. southeast, that rain continues across the southeast. scattered thunderstorms, some severe across texas, and in toward the northern plains this is where we could see the threat for some tornadoes today. areas of illinois and wisconsin and minnesota, including chicago. i want to tell you you could be under the threat for a tornado or two today. by the end of the day, look what happens in minnesota, snow. some springtime snow falling
there. west temperatures remaining closer than average. we'll still see a few spotty snow flurries and a little more snow across the sierra nevadas. coming up here on the show new polls show more people identify as atheist than ever before. why do they shift? father jonathon morris is here with us next. underarmer turned iwojima into a big joke some say. how the company respond straight ahead. ♪ ♪ you owned your car for four years. you named it brad. you loved brad. and then you totaled him. you two had been through everything together. two boyfriends. three jobs. you're like "nothing can replace brad!" then liberty mutual calls. and you break into your happy dance. if you
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pulled his band of ballers t-shirt after complaints. it has a striking resemblance to the iconic flag raising of iwo jima jima. one coffee pot sells for 10 bucks at a popular seattle shop. the number of americans who identify themselves as atheists has doubled over the past seven years. this is a huge shift. what's causing it? here to join us is our friend father jonathan morris. this is a noticeable trend. what's behind it do you think? >> i find amazing that 97% of americans would not say that
they are atheist. three percent of americans say i don't believe in god. 4% say they are agnostics. 93% are willing to say i believe in god. because it's more prevalent to talk about it because of the internet because there are more atheist activist groups many more people willing to say i don't believe in god or i don't know i find it amazing in 2015 so many people do believe. >> you are a glass half full kind of guy. >> it's not even half full. it's 93%. >> it's like those billboards that say jesus isn't real. >> i find it absolutely acceptable to be i'm not sure i believe in god. it's a normal thing to have doubt. to have doubt is something that unites all of human beings at
different times of our lives. how does god allow that to happen? 93% saying to a pollster i believe in god, trying to get 93% of americans to believe in anything 93%. >> here's a change in the u.s. landscape right now. tell us your thoughts. unaffiliated back in 2007 16%, catholic about 23%. now, 2014 22% unaffiliated with any religious organization or church and catholics -- dropped by 3%. what do you think about that? >> i would say lack of leadership i would say, not only in the catholic church but in other traditional mainline protestant churches. in terms of leadership.
what i wrote about and for my parish bulletin when i wrote this weekend, get out in the streets. if there are 93% believe in god and 16 20% completely unaffiliated with any church what they need is somebody to reach out. i think that is what people are looking for, unaffiliated, and still have a deep belief in god. >> one thing we talk about on fox news channel is the did he go gra dags of the family. which one comes first. the is it because of the degradation of the family? >> many of them this summer have no summer plans, but they have
two parents working. what does that mean? imagine a whole summer sitting around at home 7th 8th grade, that is a major shift in the american landscape. many of them just have one parent at home with them. even those who have two, imagine, 7th and 8th graders hanging out in the bronx. that's one example. to show how the landscape in the united states has changed, which means we have to work doubly hard to find new ways to reach out and provide a safe protective environment where people's faith and human life can be supported. >> that's a recipe for disaster. idle hands. >> imagine. >> the glass is more than half full. >> i love that. >> my coffee cup. >> it's usually doctors who get all the credit. >> it's a beautiful day to save lives. >> thank you, everyone. thank you very much. >> is that mcdreamy or mcsteamy,
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how do you keep your info safe? >> a tech wreck happening for starbucks this morning. >> this is the app from starbucks and starbucks is quick to say not our fault over this. hackers are getting user names and passwords and going into people's apps trying them one after another, guessing passwords and going in and buying themselves some gift cards with your app. so if you like me have the reload feature on it, big trouble. because right now, i just added $25. all it takes to add another $25, $50, or $100 my credit card is already in there. you hit reload or worse you have the auto reload already turned on so they buy themselves another gift card. >> this is a brute force style
hacks. how are they getting them in the first place? >> they have been on the under ground network for ages. the older ones. the ones we use very commonly to log on to our email, those often get out and they get loose from us at some point simply by hacking, and what happens is those are sold bought and sold on line in bulk so hackers go and buy these and they try them. >> and very often these sort of -- the side -- side accounts that we use, like a starbuck or like a jc. peney county. you say you got to change your user names and passwords. >> i realized i have the weakest passwords managing my starbucks app which is exactly what starbucks is saying. it's my problem. but starbucks, for the people who have lost in some cases,
hundreds of dollars, they have been pretty quick to say hey we'll reimburse you and make good on it. >> we mentioned the change the name of passwords. >> one might be to put the word coffee or starbucks into your user name and password it makes it one more step more difficult. >> the auto reload -- >> convenience versus security. >> you are doing the jog ing in the morning, you say turn it off there. >> it's one step easier when you leave it on for someone to steal your junk. >> you say always dispute missing funds with the retailers. >> in this particular case with starbucks, any app that allows you to pay through their app, they don't have to make good on that. that's just starbucks' good
will. you should be holding any company accountable that you are having this glitch is. starbucks could make their app more difficult for a hacker to get into. for example, there is no stop if a hacker tries your password again and again and again, starbucks could do very well to switch that up and make it you may have three or four attempts it locks somebody out. >> or switching to the apple pay system. >> they have that now but you and i got used to the whole starbucks app. i found myself oh, i think i have money in my app. >> it's like home depot got hacked and they switched over to the apple pay system. coming up here on the show in his first commencement speech president george w. bush
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tornadoes touching down across nine states. >> oh, buddy! i hope we don't lose the windshield. >> the weather is wild across this country and we're tracking it. stay tuned for that. oh buddy. and graduates across the country got all sorts of messages from this weekend's commencement speakers including some of these. watch. >> as i like to tell the c students you too can be president. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> wow. from the good to the down right weird, we're rolling the tapes, straight ahead. more of that straight ahead. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. >> that was an impersonation of
cristina or maria carrey. good morning, everyone. we're going to get to that fox news alert. new details about this daring american commando raid in syria that killed a top isis commander overnight. >> the army's elite delta force took out abu sayyaf in the middle of the night as isis scrambled at the time. they were using women and children as human shields. >> disgusting. elizabeth prann joins us now. good morning. >> abu say yad was not a household name before yesterday, was a former leader controlling oil and financing for isis. at times hand-to-hand combat was used and people were being used as human shields. that includes women and children. his wife was captured. she's being held for
questioning. she's known to be a member of isis and participates in terror activities. fighting at times was pretty intense. helicopters and aircraft have been left damaged. many military experts say they are pleased to see the raids, saying it not only provides intel for the military but it also disrupts the internal leadership structure for isis. the raid sends a clear message. >> isis can no longer consider they have a secure rear area. they are pushing forward in ramadi but all of a sudden they have got people attacking their senior leaders in syria. i think this is very significant in terms of changing their thinking and maybe changing their whole strategy. >> we did hear from the white house. they say president obama did approve the operation. no u.s. troops were injured or
killed during the raid. anna tucker clayton, back to you guys. live from washington. so the raid in syria comes at a pivotal moment for isis which is gaining ground in ramadi. it's a very important country in iraq. much of which is now controlled by isis so the question is what's america's next step? last night's raid was successful spectacularly so but is it evidence of a larger strategy? >> do we have to have more boots on the ground to lead an effective repellent to isis. jim hanson was on the show earlier this morning and he's for the center for security policy. he also served in the u.s. army special forces because it was a spectacular raid. he's not sure that we have any kind of a strategy. listen. >> i don't think anyone understands the strategy. i don't think the president has put one forth. i think that would be a great start for the president to actually tell us what are we trying to do. if we're trying to take out
isis who is going to run things in iraq who is going to run things in syria? are we trying to topple assad? none of that has been articulated and it's a gaping hole in having a strategy and right now we're serving as the iranian air force and commandos while they are the allies of the iraqi government. >> how much should we be telegraphing our strategy? you know the delta force has been praised yesterday and today for not necessarily putting his name out there, so he's not looking over his shoulder all the time and then pouncing in an unsuspecting fashion because he was not a household name and the media wasn't talking about him so much. >> he wasn't one of the top, top guys. he was a mid-level guy. he was his financier, he was the guy in charge of funneling the money but as others have reported he's going to be quickly replaced.
he wasn't a top guy. these other mid level guys may be looking over their shoulder. >> ths a propaganda victory for the united states more than isis which is just the opposite of what's happening in ramadi. >> it's a great day. the u.s. military is impressive. we ought to celebrate all victories, including this one, i think hanson's point is a really smart one. it's a super complex region. and every time you beat back the sue anies -- sunnis you beat back isis. what is our end game? who do we want to be in control of this country? should the president tell us? i think he aught to me. >> hopefully the integs hfs -- intelligence that was gathered from the cell phones and the laptops and the files that were
recovered and the intel recovered from his wife will lead to more of us understanding their mind set and hopefully defeat them. >> we'll have much more on that with experts joining us later on in the show. first, we've got amtrak news in the headlines now. >> we're going to start out with brand-new safety regulations. the feds now ordering amtrak to make immediate steps to install automatic train controls in the northeast corridor. just days after learning the train may have been hit by an object before crashing we now know rocks being thrown at trains has been a problem in that area for years. authorities still not saying what caused the crash. >>. fou an extreme weather alert, powerful storms rage across the midwest, packing tornadoes, high winds, and hail. >> oh, buddy. i hope we don't lose a
windshield. >> since yesterday afternoon, there's been 29 twisters reported in nine states all the way from minnesota down to texas. in louisiana, iowa and kansas a suspected tornado downing power lines and trees knocking down a train to its side. while damaging dozens of homes and businesses as of now no reports of any serious injuries. thousands of mourners pay their respects to the second mississippi police officer beguned -- gunned down urg a traffic stop. a funeral was held yesterday for 25-year-old liquori tate. marvin banks shot the officer when they pull his girlfriend over for speeding. hillary clinton going all hipster, the highly edited campaign video showing the democratic candidate glad handing locals and posing for
pictures. the video making it seem like she's like everybody else. we know she's not. she and bill hauled in $30 million for their speeches and book deals. everyone has a book. >> that's what i got paid. >> rick right muth -- reichmuth is working on his book right now. >> we'll call it a pamphlet. here's your temps as you are waking up this morning. this right here is where you can see ultimately the colder air beginning to move on in. it's brought in a lot of severe weather as anna was saying yesterday and a lot of rain for so many people especially the central part of the country. take a look at some of the video coming out of wichita, kansas area from yesterday. they saw almost four inches of rain in just one day there and that caused big time flooding concerns there. flooding not just in wichita.
fairly widespread across much of the central part of the country. after all of these storms. and this morning, it's going on headed toward st. louis and then again back toward dallas where we have flash flooding going on right at this moment. all of this is part of the upper level energy that's been pushing off to the east. it moves further up toward the east and northern plains get ready potentially for some tornadoes where you see this bull's eye across parts of wisconsin and illinois. even chicago and madison and milwaukee potentially getting on it. tomorrow a little more severe weather but it's across parts of southwest texas. not a mamg outbreak as they expect tomorrow. we'll probably be doing this next weekend. >> thanks for that. at least the weather held up for some of these commencement speeches yesterday. we got to see some really odd stuff. let's start with something normal. president george w. bush giving his first commencement speech at southern methodist university. this is his first one since
leaving office. this one went well. we'll show you some other fun ones. >> when i mentioned the speech to some of my pals they were surprised i was going to give it. i haven't given a commencement speech since leaving office. my decision is quite practical. i got a phone call from my landlord landlord gerald turner. rather than raising the rent or threatening to hold our security deposit, i was relieved to hear president turner ask if i believed in free speech. [ laughter ] >> i said yeah. he said perfect. here's your chance to give one. those of you who are graduating here this afternoon with high honors awards and distinctions i say well-done. as i like to tell the c students you too can be
president. >> he's good. he's funny. he was always good at the white house correspondents dinner. i always felt he had a self-deprecating sense of humor. matthew mcconaughey gave a speech yesterday at the university of houston. let's see if it paid off. here's 12 seconds you can enjoy. watch. >> it was not aticket it was not a voucher, free pass go to anything. so i ask a question what does your college degree mean? it means you got an education. >> it means massive amounts of debt for you and your parents so they can pay 140 grand for an actor. i'm not against matthew mcconaughey but 140 grand, as parents are mortgaging their lives to send their kids to get a fake education? the whole thing is pretty
distorted. >> college campuses are so liberal and green too. let's spend 10 groond the private jet to bring him in. >> but it all paid off, because when you can bring in maya rudolph, when she ends her speech with a parody of the national anthem she was pretending to be ma rye i can't i can't carey. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i'm laughing. >> i got to say that. can you imagine doing that? would you think of it? pretty bold. >> you would pull that off. you could do that. >> i do think it's cristina aguilerra, not mariah carey.
jeb bush is still taking questions about his position on the iraq war. >> i can handle it. i was asked a question. i answered the question wrong. i answered a different question and, look we're all going to make mistakes. >> hillary clinton meanwhile is in iowa too but she's not taking any questions at all. she says is the press going along with it? >> we're going to debate that. also making daddy proud. figuring out to you to get millions. she's suing for millions. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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i was asked a question. i answered the question wrong. i answered a different question and, look we're all going to make mistakes. if you are looking for a perfect candidate, he probably existed 2000 -- 2000 years ago. jeb bush still taking questions about his controversial comments on iraq. this is hillary who heads to iowa too. don't expect her to answer to the press. why does she still get a free pass? here to debate it. good morning to both of you. thanks for being with us. >> lisa i'll start with you. why is it that hillary clinton continues to get a pass? she's thrown her hat in the ring five or six weeks ago and hasn't down for a single major media interview. >> it's absolutely ridiculous. why the question to jeb was fair they have fielded
questions is president obama christian and ted cruz heritage in question and hillary clinton hasn't been answering a question in over 20 days. she hasn't been asked a question on policy issues like trade, gay marriage iraq or criminal justice. if we want to put the war on iraq under a microscope why aren't we questioning hillary clinton's cheerleading and defending of president obama's withdrawal of troops from iraq which gave rise to isis and em boldened iran. >> clinton's campaign aides intaenctionally designed her three-day iowa swing to be a listening tour staged in small, casual settings mostly to avoid the glare of press scrutiny. her strategyists she had sell take take a more humble approach this time than during her 2008
presidential race. >> only in certain media world could you be under the microscope with cameras on you constantly sitting around with everyday people answering questions for hours, and it be said you are not answering questions. that's exactly what she's doing and we're seeing it. >> come on she's not answering questions from the media. >> go to social media. listen she did a listening tour when she ran for the senate in 1999 exactly like this and you know who wasn't happy about it? the press. do you know who is not unhappy about it is the voters? look at fox news' own poll she's doing better against other democrats than she was before her candidacy was announced. >> that's a great point. lisa i'm going to give you the last word. it's almost like a co-dependent relationship that the media has with hillary clinton. they continue allowing her to
use her youtube videos. >> they should be put her under the scrutiny that the other candidates are under. she's going to have to answer questions about her email controversy, the clinton foundation shady donations from foreign governments. >> it's dysfunctional enabling. 20 minutes after the hour coming up on "fox & friends." it's usually the doctors who get all the credit. >> it's a beautiful day to save lives. >> thank you everyone. thank you very much. >> well, now one author claims the real heroes are the nurses and she's got their secret confessions such as why should you avoid going to the hospital in the month of july? hmm. those details are next. this woman is getting married and graduating. that's not all. you have to hear this.
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it's that time again. the highlight of my day. it's time for news by the numbers. first one, $5 million, that's how much al sharpton's daughter is suing new york city taxpayers for after she fell on uneven pavement something that's very common here in new york city and sprained her ankle. we'll continue following that story. next third grade, a teacher in north carolina doing her best breaking bad impression by running a meth lab. her name is laurie whiteley she was supposed -- suspended with
pay of course following depending an investigation following her meth production. and next time it snows, we'll make a snowman together she will be there, she promised twice. working moms forget the guilt, researchers now say daughters of working mothers make 23% more than the daughters of stay at home moms. their happiness meanwhile was not measured. usually it's the doctors who get all the credit like this. [ applause ] >> thank you, everyone. thank you very much. beautiful day to save lives. >> but our next guest says the nurses are the hospital's true heroes. alex alexandera rob ins, she
joins us now with their top confessions. nice to have you on the show. welcome. why did you decide to write this book? >> nurses actually asked me to write it. they wanted their views and their secrets represented in a book that's sort of fun to read to curl up in and get lost in. i followed four fascinating nurses for a year interviewed hundreds of others across the country and i included some under cover reporting to find out what's really going on in hospitals that the public should be aware of. >> when we watch that grey's anatomy clip there, does television get it right when it comes to the operating room? >> no television about gets the picture completely wrong. the nurses i followed ripped aside the curtain for me. they see patients for maybe a few minutes at a time. it's really the nurses who coordinate patient care administer medications, and know every detail about patients' at
all times. nurses are truly the unsung heroes of the hospital and it's time we treat them right. >> we were talking about this early in the show there is a particular month of the year you don't want to get sick and go to the hospital. what's the worst month of the year to go to the hospital and why? >> it's july. don't get sick in july. the reason is because death rates spike at teaching hospitals in july between 8 and 34%. this is because that's when medical students graduate and become interns or first year residents, first years become second years and so forth. new doctors make mistakes. >> if you are going to have a stroke save it for august. >> or go to a nonteaching hospital. >> there are hospital vip sections? >> nurses say they want to treat every patient equally, but some hospitals force them to cater to
vips. they have different furniture, menus. politicians don't necessarily experience it like the rest of us do. >> some people bully people into forcing them into surgeries that they might not need. >> some hospitals and doctors have incentive to push procedures on patients that they don't need. nurses told me about several instances in which they would have advised patients not to get the procedure done if only they had asked the nurse. >> there's also another fascinating revelation in the book say you may be speaking to a nurse impersonator not a nurse. what's that all about? >> nurses are skilled, educated trained professionals. not just anyone can be a nurse. >> it's like paralegals they are doing all the work in the hospitals. thank so much.
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do you think the punishment is deserved? >> it's a great question michael. asked by a great guy. >> do you feel any responsibility for the patriots million dollar fine and loss of two draft picks? >> you know it's another great question and i admire your passion. i know my wife does too. >> tom, you think a couple of ounces of air made a difference in a 45-7 win? i have one thing to say to you. i have no comment at this time. support our troops and god bless, usa. that's your shot of the morning. snl having fun with the deflategate investigations.
>> he >>. now to your headlines, this morning, caught on cam remark the disturbing moments that a school bus dragged a kentucky student 100 feet down the road. the driver completely was unaware at the time until someone flagged him down. the girl was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. meanwhile, while you were sleeping a dangerous man surrounders after escaping from custody. he apparently attacked a sheriff's deputy friday while being moved from a hospital to jail in the state of indiana. he forced his way into a home and barricaded himself inside. the home owner escaped safely. he was originally arrested for attacking another officer. and actress and liberal --
activist susan is asarandon slams ronald reagan. blaming him for america's homeless problem. >> i think the conversation changed around the raegan era while everything was your fault. you were blamed for not trying hard enough you know from drinking for drugs, whatever. >> the academy award winner making the comments while promoting her son's documentary on homelessness. she blamed the former president when asked if the homeless issue was still on the radar for discussion. >> ms. sarandon has not had an original thought since the raegan administration. you think you've had a busy weekend. yesterday, anna scar graduated from medical school promoted in the air force and today she's getting married. to top it off, they bought their very first home this week. the air force captain starts her two-year medical residency next
month before getting her assignment in the military. no word on her vacation or honeymoon plans. those are big life moments and got them all done in one week. let's head out to rick. >> it's been a rough weekend. take a look at the maps we'll show you what's going on today. we had some severe weather across pennsylvania and upstate new york. we're going to see scattered showers across parts of the mid atlantic throughout the day today. southeast, more rain that threat for more flooding and the heavier rain is across texas and the dallas area. we're going to see that rain continue throughout the day today. i think the worst of the severe weather is going to be a little farther to the north. parts of illinois and wisconsin, iowa and minnesota, we will being looking at a tornado or two today. look at the white, that is snow across parts of north dakota that is starting tonight.
sorry to tell you that. and out across the west we will begin to settle things down just a little bit, but another day we're going to see some of these storms going on. well, we are getting it right and getting it tight here on the plaza at 48. >> can you do a push-up more than doing push-ups you can do push-ups and help your heroes? it's part of an annual campaign called push-ups for charity. it's kicking off this weekend. >> here with details, joey jones. good morning, and welcome back. >> thanks for having me back. >> what is the boot campaign? >> it's really simple. we get celebrities to wear boots. >> what do we do with some of that money? how does this benefit? >> it's really awesome. when someone gets in the
military and we don't learn to balance a checkbook and financial planning all the time. people end up maybe they can't pay their bills for 90 days while they are transitioning out, but maybe they are still in and they aren't able to buy a plane ticket to go visit their folks. >> it's a great way to our service members. in 2010 you lost both of your legs? >> i stepped on an iu -- ied. >> you do some pretty good push-ups with your new leg. >> i can. >> should we do some? >> so this push-up campaign is lawnkling today? it goes through september 19th. >> how does this make money for you guys? >> we ask people to go to push-ups for charity.com. once they do that they pledge
to do as many push-ups as they can in 90 seconds. when they do that they take that link and they get people to donate to their push hops. they do all those push-ups to show their way of doing patriotism. >> if you don't want to do push-ups you can donate at least. >> it doesn't matter how will you are doing. >> how much money did you raise last year? >> raise year we raised over $500,000. >> leave to anna to make this workout a little more difficult. >> our goal is to do over a million push-ups. last year how much money did you guys raise? >> we raised almost half a million dollars. >> and we did almost half a million push-ups. this year our goal is a million and a million.
>> notice they are talking as they do this. >> those rick push-ups are all the way down. >> you and i are just drinking coffee. >> they are impressive people. >> i'm exhausted just watching them. i wouldn't have to work out all week watching them. he wanted to be a martyr and left a note praising allah. the prosecutor has one message. >> the defendant claims to be acting on behalf of all muslims. this was not a religious crime. >> our next guest worked on the case. he says the prosecutor is wrong and he can prove t that's next. plus two siblings in texas hand their bully a bible. what happened next? it might just be a miracle. their proud pastor father joins us live coming up next.
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welcome back. a quick look at your headlines now. chevrolet just unveiling its brand-new camaro. the sixth generation 2016 model is lighter and slightly smaller with a fastback profile. it goes zero to 60 i less than six seconds and gets 30 miles per hour. after seven seasons, the madness must come to an enled. the series finale of "man -- mad men" ends tonight. well, he wanted to be a martyr and he left a note praising allah.
pretty explicitly islamic. that would be the boston marathon bomber. the prosecutor who tried him said ignore all that. >> make no mistake. the defendant claimed to be acting on behalf of all muslims. this was not a religious crime. and is certainly does not reflect true muslim's beliefs. it was a political crime designed to intimidate and coerce the united states. our next guest was actually involved in the case and he says the prosecutor is entirely wrong and he can prove it. dr. is hesebastian rorka says it's wrong. she said this is -- you said this is lewd country krous. >> as someone who was brought in to study the case and advise on the ideology of the perpetrator,
it's absolutely absurd to make such a statement and perhaps it is done under political duress. this is an individual who had more than 2000 pages of jihadist literature videos audiotapes on his hard drive which has been disclosed in court and also the real smoking gun is the note that you've mentioned that he wrote in the boat just before he was captured. that is purely about the holy war and nothing else. >> so why is it that the left this prosecutor is hardly the first person the president has done the same thing repeatedly, so inten on elect touring the rest of us that what we can see is not true and none of this has to do with radical islam. >> they have made an ideological decision here in the administration several years ago to make the assertion that jihad, whether it's al qaeda, the boston bombing, 9/11 the
beheadings by isis, none of that has anything to do with religion. they say it's about root causes it's about poverty, unemployment. remember the famous quote from the state department deputy spokeswoman about jobs for jihadis, this is an ideological decision which is bad for u.s. national security. when you have a man who writes in his note we look down the barrel of your gun and we see heaven i'm jealous of my brother because i want to be a martyr too. then you are closing your eyes to the reality and it makes it very very hard. >> well, it's also bizarre that they are doing p.r. for radical islam because, of course if there's one group that radical muslims i would saydie spies would be the left. they will be the first to go.
the first people against the war would be the secular liberals. if you don't believe in religion, if you see yourself more sophisticated than that you cannot understand a jihadi warrior. i don't think they have the mental wherewithal to get out of their little box and understand there are people out there who want to kill you for god. >> yes. it's bizarre. if you don't understand religious faith, it's very hard to make wise decisions. you by contrast have made many more wise observations you can go to his website, which is thegorka dais s briefing.com. is this a shift on the war in terror? two siblings in texas hand their bully a bible. what happened next? it might be a miracle.
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well hey, everybody, good morning, friends. two texas siblings were sick of being harassed open the school bus. it turns out all it took was a bible to get that bully to stop. >> i gave it to him, and then like two minutes later, when we stopped to get off, he just said thank you and sorry for that stuff we did to you. >> well the bully hasn't bothered them since.
joining them now is their father. >> good morning. it's an amazing thing that you did and a lesson that a lot of parents can learn from. tell us your story about your two children who were on the school bus getting harassed by this bully. what was the bully doing to them? >> the bully was taunting them and calling them names and picking on them. my kids are pretty mild mannered. as they came home for any parent no juan likes to get their kids picked on. i let my wife go to the school first and speak to them and the school did an awesome job. they sat down with the kid and told him he needed to stop what he was doing. it did pause for a while but a few weeks later it picked back up. i've been a pastor now.
my first option of any the bible, you know. i kind of cut a few jokes, crack him in the nose but after praying and laying down just really seeking god, i fell the spirit told me no get this kid a bible, let him know that jesus loves him and invite him to church and the love of christ would be a great idea. >> what do you think your kids learned from this? not just turn the other cheek. hand out a bible. kill them with kindness and faith. >> the bible teaches us to love our enemies and we definitely try to live a christ-like lifestyle lifestyle. i'm thankful they were able to see in action. not only did they do it but they got to see great results from it. i believe, every man has a measure of faith and that i believe that extended their faith to believe in god. hoel when they get older they would look to the about bible to look for a solution. >> yeah. to end the humiliation and to
end all of the tormenting and to really teach this child. you know it's hurting people who often hurt people. maybe this will turn this child's heart around. some parents would say i would rather them just turn the other cheek and say something nice but a bible, your fact has no place in a school environment but what can all parents learn from this? something i learned in church was if somebody is picking on you, you say i'm sorry you are having a bad day. i hope it gets better. what else could parents tell kids to do? >> thinking outside the box and looking for different means, but i think it's the love of christ. whether it's a gave a bible or something else just the act of love in the midst being reciprocated by him abusing or bullying them. i think he had an awareness of christianity and what the bible went and i think when he saw it
it was a reminder how he should have been living his life. my pastor always tells me don't take the high road take the highest road. >> very nice. >> that's what i'm trying to teach my kids. >> you lead my example and lead in love. thanks so much. >> god bless you. >> this t-shirt sparking outrage after veterans say underarmour turned iwo jima into an ad campaign. and university students demand walk only signs be removed because they are insulting to the disabled. microaggression in america ahead. ♪ ♪ you show up. you stay up. you listen. you laugh. you worry. you do whatever it takes to take care of your family.
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it's sunday the 17th of may, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. human shields and hand-to-hand combat. what does this all mean for the president's strategy? we're live with the latest. and republican hopefuls in the state of iowa this morning where jeb bush is still facing questions about his position on the iraq invasion. >> i can handle it. i was asked a question. i answered the question wrong. i answered a different question and look we're all going to make mistakes. >> meanwhile, hillary clinton is also in iowa. she's not answering any questions. she's not taking any questions at all. she's posing for selfies. a star spangled message for the class of 2015. listen to this. >> ♪ ♪ ♪
>> comedienne maya rudolph with an off keynote. i think she sounds pretty good. that was at tulane university. but some people aren't laughing. "fox & friends" hour three starts now. that was funny. >> that was funny. >> she was pretending to be cristina aguilerra, i suppose. >> i was amused. great to see you this morning. >> welcome into the show. gets right to the fox news alert. a daring u.s. commando raid that killed a top isis commander in syria. >> they took out abu sayyaf in the middle of the night as isis scrambled using women and children as human shields. >> we're joined by elizabeth prann. >> not only were ancient
artifacts recovered during this raid but a trove of intel materials. some of the fighting which took place in eastern syria during the delta force raid for abu sayyaf was at times hand-to-hand combat. isis was grabbing people using them as human shields, that includes women and children. his wife was captured. she's being held for questioning. she's known to be a member of isis even believed to participate in terror activities. fight th at times did become intense. helicopters were damaged. experts say they are pleased to see the raid. it interrupts the internal leadership structure of isis. we talked to general jack keen just yesterday and here's what he said yesterday about the raid. >> he's one of the top leaders because he's thinking as the oil minister and the finance minister combined.
anybody like that is part of the top leadership in isis. this will be a set back for isis. it won't stop their military operations per se. but the mission was largely what we refer to as a capture-kill mission. the purpose is intelligence. >> u.s. defense attorney ash carter directed the raid after the white house approved. the president deemed it could be carried out successfully albeit risky. no u.s. troops were injured or kill during the raid. and a broader analysis now of the strategy against isis. this seems to be a change obviously in the plan which was to use drone strikes, pin pointed drone strike. >> air power. >> air power only and only boots on the ground as this show of broader shift. we had what this does it is two fold really. it shows isis can't hide.
they have to be looking over their shoulder. they never know where they are they have a secure rear area. stop and think about it. they are pushing forward in ramadi but all of a sudden they have got people attacking their senior leaders in their rear area. they have to think about what they are doing in ramadi and the rest of iraq there. i think this is significant in terms of changing their thinking and whole strategy. >> syria is their number one domain and now they are going to be looking over their shoulder a little bit more and even for their leaders who are not household names and aren't making headlines in the media, you know names that we're talking about on this channel and other networks that possibly that is the strategy you know and then they pounce when they least expect it. >> it's remarkable projection of u.s. power. it's wrong, though and reckless for the policy makers of the u.s. government to use the u.s.
military unless it's in the service of a strategy that helps the united states. so somebody at some point needs to figure out what's the biggest threat isis or iran? they are basically fighting each other. which do we think is the bigger threat to us? i don't see anyone at the white house publicly articulating that. they don't seem to have any idea what the end game is i think it's wrong to use the military unless it's in service of some broader goal. >> we need to worry about all the lone wolf style attacks happening here at home as well. we're crossing our fingers that intelligence officials will be able to gather info from the cell phones and computers and documents and the wife of abu sayyaf to get information. some of this game up last night at the 2015 dinner for the lincoln day dinner out in iowa.
it's a preview of what we can see in the 2016 race. >> nearly a dozen presidential contenders taking turn at the mikes during the annual lincoln dinner. >> mike emanuel was there. he's live for us in des moines this morning with the big moments from last night. how was it? >> it was a lot of fun. the expectations were really high for wisconsin governor scott walker who leads in the early polls here in iowa. walker focused on foreign policy which has been considered a weakness as a governor. >> it is time to remind israel they have an ally in the united states. it's time to remind the world we stand with our allies. for the rest of the world there is no worst enemy. they heard from 11 potential gop candidates who gave ten minute speeches each.
jeb bush talked about his family. >> many of you all know me as george and barbara's boy for which i'm proud. some of you may know that w. is my brother. i'm proud of that too. whether people don't like that or not, they are going to have to get used to it. >> and no prize, there were jabs at hillary clinton no answering reporter questions. she will be back for events in iowa on tuesday. this swipe was on foreign policy. >> someone needs to ask hillary clinton was it a good idea to topple gadaffi in libya. i think it's a disaster. >> after the speeches most of the candidates had hospitality suites to meet and greet iowa activists. their hope is that it will help them on caucus night. thank you. there's a mad scramble for advisers and endorsements in
that state. jeb bush getting a lot of scrutiny over his relatives. he's been hounded all week by reporters asking him about the 2003 invasion of iraq that his brother, of course was in charge of. would you support that has been the question and he's given slightly different answers each time and he was kind of forced to come out and defend his family last night. >> yes. he came out and qended his family and said he had answered the question incorrectly and look if you are looking for a perfect candidate, you are not going to find one. maybe one existed 2000 years ago, referring to jesus but you are not going to find one in this field of candidates now. he is going to campaign in iowa he says but he's not going to take place in the ames straw poll this summer. would you want to come in fourth sifthth or sixth place. >> the question is not whatabout your relatives.
bothering him about his relatives? that seems low. >> the fall-out from the interview he did with megyn kelly. this continues to go on and on and on. >> he didn't help himself, to be fair. >> he didn't come out afterwards. he answered a different question. he didn't ans the question that she posed. >> sure but then on day two and three. >> he should have come out. >> but at least he answered a question. >> this is when you hide from the cameras, this is what hillary clinton is doing now. >> she continues to get a pass by the media and the media continues to cover her and show these highly produced youtube videos that she's doing and her talking points are getting out there. she's getting the koxing and she doesn't have to get off message. >> i see three cops and two ordinary citizens so in that
shot right there. >> the secret service. >> her security detail outnumbers voters. >> she's going to be in iowa as well but she's not going to be meeting with the press and taking questions. this is according to the des moines register. they are saying clinton campaign aides intaenctionally design her three-day iowa tour to be a lynning tour. she will take a more humble approach this time than during her unsuccessful 2008 presidential race casting the focus away from herself but on ordinary americans. >> who wrote that? that's a press release. >> this isn't really about her. it's about you. a humble approach is answering questions about why you are running and what you believe. an arrogant approach is walling yourself off from any kind of scrutiny at all. there's nothing humble about this. >> tucker you are missing the point. >> apparently. >> if you go to hillary clinton.com, you can read about
all her information. >> she's got a website. >> she went to brooklyn yesterday to hang out and take photos with everyday folk down there. she was popping around brooklyn trying to show she's a normal person just like you and me. look at the end of the day, it's working for her because the poll numbers reflect that. she's not having to answer questions. remember what she got into trouble when she had to walk back questions about being broke when she left the white house and it took her a few weeks to figure out how to revise that answer. >> they grew up in brooklyn. she's a product of the streets of brooklyn. she played stick ball. she's like jenny on the block. >> all right. >> we are going to be following this of course. other stories making headlines. we're going to start with extreme weather alert, hail high winds, tornadoes, slamming the midwest overnight.
[ thunder ] ] sirens ] >> since yesterday afternoon, 29 twisters reported in nine states all the way from minnesota down to texas and over to louisiana and iowa and kansas. the suspected tornado do you think power lines and trees and knocking a train on its side. as of now, no reports of serious injury. and brand-new safety regulations following the amtrak crash that killed eight people in philadelphia last week. the feds now ordering amtrak to take immediate steps to install automatic train controls to the northeast corridor. the system applies the brakes if a train is moving too fast. and now the fbi is investigating reports the doomed amtrak train and two others may have been had shots fired or rocks thrown at them. moments before derailment transit police dispatchers can be heard on scanners talking
about a commuter train that was hit by an object. and american pharaoh reins in the rain. american pharaoh winning the second jewel of the triple crown on a rain-soaked track at pimlico. if farrow wins he will be the first triple crown winner. a tough mudder clayton. coming up more on our top story this morning, the special forces raid that took out a top isis commander in syria. does that success mean we ought to shift to a ground game? we're going to talk to chris wallace live from washington next. and veterans say underarmour turned iwo jima into an ad campaign. how did underarmour respond? we'll tell you.
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on to the fox news alert. top isis commander abu sayyaf killed in an army raid in syria. >> does this proof we need boots on the ground to defeat the terror network? we ask the host of "fox news sunday" chris wallace. what does this suggest our strategy is? who does the administration want to run iraq and syria at the end of all this? >> well, we would like a unified government in iraq certainly, that includes all of the
factions sunny as well as shia. if you are asking what our wish list is with iran not turning iraq into a client state, it's more complicated in syria. i think ideally we would like to see free saryn -- syrian secular moderates running the country, that's not likely to happen any time soon. a couple of points to make about the raid. one, what an amazing operation, and it does indicate that our intelligence is better the fact that we knew this guy was in this place at this time. also the extraordinary bravery of two dozen delta force commandos to take off in northern iraq to go there under cover of darkness to take on -- they didn't know exactly what they were going to be taking on obviously if anybody had been taken hostage, we've seen what they did with that you don't rememberian dan -- jordanian pilot whom they burned alive. it's a big difference.
i don't think that the american people and certainly the american congress would stand for an invasion of syria. we do have to get boots on the ground. why isn't the u.s. doing more for instance to arm the kurdish peshmerga, or the iraqi army over the course of the last years of the civil war? i don't think we want to put 10,000 u.s. troops on the ground in syria. some of the biggest questions you'll be asking senator marco rubio on show. what else are you going to talk about him? >> i think he's in the top tier of candidates. we sat with him yesterday, talked with him about half an hour in depth. he says he's the candidate of generational change. we'll talk to him about his new ideas, foreign policy, his
changing position on immigration, he was for for comprehensive immigration rx reform. we'll talk about that at the top of the hour. check your local listing for "fox news sunday" in your town. thanks so much. next up donald trump. is he running for president or not? wait till you hear what he just said. and university students demand "walk only" signs to be removed because they are insulting to the disabled. the ridiculous examples of what's being called microaggression in america. that's ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ there's people who care where i'm going ♪ ♪ and good friends to welcome me home ♪
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welcome back. a quick look at your headlines now. tragedy overnight. a sailor is kill after falling from a hotel balcony in bahrain. he had time off while their ship was decked. the circumstances surrounding the fall are unclear. and donald trump says he's ready to make headlines. >> in june i'm going to be making an announcement. the announcement is going to surprise a lot of people because i cannot take the political nonsense any longer and i watch -- >> i hope so. i hope so. trump has considered a presidential run in the past. this teaser coming at last night's iowa gop dinner. >> we're rooting for him. [ sirens ]
>> the p.c. police are on the scene once again. microaggressions are on the rise on college campuses. that's when someone feels discriminated against in some way. there's more sensitive group than college students and they are upset. >> now we have a definition for this. are these universities simply taking it too far? kathryn simpson joins us with three outrageous examples. >> the first one is from a report by the university in illinois where anybody who walks into a classroom or sits in a classroom full of white people automatically feels a microaggression. >> the school is counting it as a microaggression. they took a study and they found 800 examples of microaggression. not being called on class in this one. what are people supposed to do? >> if you are a white student and you are attacked by the university that doesn't qualify
you? >> no because you are white. >> some of them did have merit. what were some of those? >> there was an asian student come up to go back to your laundromat. maybe address the actual problems rather than say everything is a problem. >> at u.c. berkeley the jewel of the california university system public health is actually related to microaggression. how is that? >> they had a little forum saying that it's a public health issue, you know like diabetes or cancer. this isn't just a school. harvard released a study saying it could make you die sooner. >> getting your feelings hurt. >> it builds up and builds up and then you die. it's called life. our third example is the arizona state university there. they have a petition to change walk only signs. they are insensitive to disabled people according to this petition. >> yes. of course it has nothing to do
with the actual path that they are accessible. they have assistance for handicapped students. it was about the word walk. some kid was on crutches. i never look at a crosswalk and said you know what i'm upset. >> the idea is to keep the skateboarders and bicycles off the area. >> the irony of all this you can't change these signs to protect people's feelings but in each case the university is attacking people because of these rules. >> there are serious consequences. we have these school reporting systems for microaggressions. >> some people's feelings matter. >> yeah. and no matter what you say, oh, a teacher didn't call you on you, it must be because the teacher is racist. >> is witch-hunt one word or
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hope and vow they will prove his innocence. the disturbing moments that a school bus drags an elementary school student 100 feet down a kentucky road. her backpack got stuck in the door and the driver had no idea until somebody flag him down. the girl was taken to the hospital with minor injuries but is going to be okay. the school district is investigating. and in california students who curse at their teach evers or ignore instructions will no longer be suspended. oakland is banning spenction for willful defiance. the new rule goes into effect next year. that will teach them to respect authority. you won't find this controversial t-shirt in stores anywhere. underarmour just pulled their band of ballers shirt after
complaints it was disrespectful to our nation's hero. the shirt holes men -- shows men holding up a basketball hoop similar to the iwo jima memorial. a lot of wet weather going across the central part of the country causing some flooding. we have these very heavy rain showers, part of what is now consolidated into a steady line of storms and some of them severe but primarily it's bringing big floding concerns from around austin up around that i-35 area in across western parts of arkansas. flash flooding going on that line making its way toward st. louis. today is the day it heats up. we're going to be watching severe weather again fire. we could be seeing a few tornadoes across areas of minnesota and wisconsin, maybe down toward the chicago area. so if you are in that area this afternoon as the day heats up
certainly watch out for that. tomorrow we'll see another little threat across western parts of texas, certainly less of a threat than we're seeing the last can couple of days. good news. temperature wise we're warming up across much of the eastern seaboard. hot and humid, 87 degrees in raleigh and sticky. and tomorrow up to 90 degrees. the heat is on. we're going to see snow tonight in fargo. and on monday only getting up to 41 degrees. cool temperatures coming in. is this distracting? >> clayton is doing his best to try to distract me. i am laser focused. >> i am too. >> most of us are focused on memorial day. don't forget about the entertainment. >> we know well-known games like horse shoes and bocci ball. we have fun, much lesser known games to spice up your party. >> here with more is our lifestyle expert cristina
gibson. let's get started with kuba. i'll show you how to do it. you are trying to ring the kooba in the center. these are magnetic darts with arrows. >> named for cuba gooding, jr who invented it? >> are you going to drop that? >> good job. >> not dangerous enough. >> this is really cool because it was invented by a veteran. you are going to take the roller and roll it. >> take the roll and roll it. that make sense. >> i did it wrong. you are supposed to do it like that. there you go and whatever side it lands on is how many points you get. >> can you do it overhand or under hand? >> i wouldn't recommend doing it overhand. we don't want to hurt our audience. over here we have ladder
golf. you got, 3, 2, 1 points. you are about trying to go to the top. >> there's a young girl and her family behind me and over that? am i worried about hitting them in the head? you guys want to move out of the way. clear out. >> an or ridge nal hunting tool. >> was a bolo artist back in the day. >> good job. >> i used to hunt boar this way. >> that's awesome. >> this is scatter. these are called skittles. are we tasting the rainbow? >> skittles? >> you try it, anna. >> you roll it and you want to hit them. if you hit one, you get the points on it. and you hit more than one, you get the number down. >> runaway skittles. >> clearly we need to work on our scatter. >> these range in price from what to what? >> $49.95 to $149.95 on this one
here. >> the trouble with that is somebody has to go and set that back up again. >> that's what the kids are for. >> that's why you have children. >> this is giant tumble tower. the goal is to knock out one brick with one hand without toppling the whole thing. that one doesn't seem -- i think i got one. >> i got it. >> this is the most nerve-wracking game. >> this is giant -- >> higher. >> you can get it with your custom logo or company name. good for corporate picnics. >> i think i can wake one of those. -- i could make one of those. >> with a circular saw. go for it. >> good job. let's see what tucker is going to get. >> it's probing for weakness. like an interview. >> for the next hour of the show let's play an hour of
jenga. that's the most exciting round of television we've ever seen. >> skillful. >> anna knows what she's doing. >> clayton, it's all you. >> take one out of the bottom. >> we built this. >> don't screw it up. >> you are a risk taker. >> he's going. he's going over. like sand through an hourglass. >> i found a weak link. it's like me on this show. >> you are the weak link. >> i love it. >> stop. >> good work. >> wow! >> this is going to continue into commercial break. we'll tell you how it winds up. but coming up next three trials and two overturned convictions later, this millionaire father accused of killing his wife could stand trial for a fourth time. is this how justice should be served? is it double jeopardy? that debate coming up here's an amazing claim, a hacker says
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you sure are looking good on your sunday morning. quick headlines. the fbi now says a cyber security expert hacked into a plane and flew it sideways. chris roberts allegedly told the fbi he did it by hacking the inflight entertainment system. he claims he's hacked into planes 15 to 20 times. and this gives new meaning to pot of coffee. marijuana-induced k cups are now
available in states where pot sales are legal. one pot says for $10 at a popular seattle pot shop. 14 years and two previous murder qirkses a mistrial was just declared in a new york mill ordinary accused of killing his wife. prosecutors say kyle harris murders his wife on september 11th 2001. prosecutors must decide if they are going try him for a fourth time. here for debate for this fascinating case. nice to see you here. >> you are on the prosecution side on this. did they screw up? >> here's the thing. it's an entirely circumstantial case and those are the toughest cases to prosecute but there is evidence in this case. there is blood in the house. there's a missing woman andeath threat by mr. harris made to a witness who said i heard him say i'm going to kill you right to his wife. >> was that enough?
apparently not. the defense did a great job or did the prosecution screw it up? >> it's speculation, hypothesis guesswork. it's a weak circumstantial case. you can't prosecute a case based on speculation. the defense did a great job poking holes in this case. we have a constitution here. you got to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. >> can they do it without a body? >> there's blood in the house. there's blood with her dna in the kitchen and also in the garage. that's more than circumstantial evidence. >> you think he did it? >> here's what i think. i think the prosecution should dismiss without evidence and reinvestigate this case. if they go to trial again, it's another hung jury. >> blood splatter in a house is not -- when you live in the house, it's not significant at all. these are little particles of blood where you live in your house. if it was someone else's house,
it's significant. >> what are they going to do fourth time? the first two convictions overturned the third trial, a mistrial can they do a fourth? >> i think they make a mistake if they go to trial again right away. right after she goes missing, he has a garage sale for awful her goods, that's it she's gone. what does that tell you? >> there's no playbook to how someone acts as someone disappears. >> can they do a fourth time? >> they can absolutely do a fourth time and i think they are going to lose. i don't think there's enough evidence here. it's a horrible set of circumstances. >> it's a mistake from a prosecutorial standpoint to go a fourth time without more evidence. a prosecutor's job is to do justice. not to do cases. >> they had an expert -- >> i didn't like the expert. if they use the same expert not a good result. the expert could not explain blod in the house, could not explain it consistent with a murder taking place in that house. that's why the jury hung. >> because you can't explain it
no matter how many experts you have on this case you are just not going to win. there's not enough evidence. >> it's fascinating to me. >> we're talking about little particles that exist in every hour. little specks. >> all right, david. >> i don't know about your house. >> there's blood in every house. >> he defended the clintons on division without telling you he gave them tons of money while doing it. >> i should have gone the extra mile to avoid even the appearance of a conflict. i apologize to all of you for failing to do that. >> is it too late for george stephanopoulos to safe his career? pitch perfect fans is the sequel worth it? we're live with the review next. ♪ ♪ here at td ameritrade, they're always working. yup, we're constantly making thinkorswim better. like a custom
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good morning. after 30 years the franchise mad max is releasing it's newest film. mad max fury road starring tom hardy and charlise theron. >> i wasn't excited to see it until i talked to kevin. you're praising this thing. >> i've seen it three times now. i just went and saw it again yesterday in los angeles. i mentioned this on friday to you. in my entire movie watching career there's three times that can pinpoint movies that i watched an action film that was going to game change action movies.
18 you it was terminator two. then the matrix. this was one of the most incredible action films i've ever seen. the director did the first three mad max movies but also wrote the happy feet movies. this movie is mind blowing from start to finish. the mad max movie but she is the lead of the movie. we need more female lead action movies in hollywood. this proves it can be done. i was on the edge of my seat and by the way, 90% practical effects. real stunltts. real car chases. i gave it a 5 out of 5. i'm seeing it again on thursday. i love this movie so much. it's a blind blowing action film and thriller. by the way i sat down with tom hardy that plays mad max and his stunt double to talk about the balance of letting an actor do a
stunt and then bringing in his stunt double. >> it's how much speed you can put your talent in and how much duress you can put your talent in before you lose your talent under the wheels of a vehicle where as jacob could go under the wheels of a vehicle and we'd find another jacob. >> we're expendable. >> well you're not. we want the talent into as much of it as possible but it has to always be safe. >> can you imagine doing those stunts. it's really happening on camera. >> he's a fan of that stuff. doing the batman film. >> how about one i want to go see pitch perfect 2. >> that's why i love you. >> so are there other hits coming out of pitch perfect two? >> yeah the new song is called flashlight. i loved pitch perfect 2.
the first one i liked. this one i loved. we're in an international competition trying to regain their respect and it's really one of those movies that makes you laugh from start to finish. elizabeth banks directed this movie. this is her feature film directorial debut. it's the funniest film this year by far. the new song is flashlight. it's well done. i think anybody that loved the first pitch perfect will love the sequel. i gave it a 4 out of 5. it's leading the box office for weekend as well. >> big weekend for movies for you. i'm impressed. >> it was. clayton you see my breaking bad tie clip. this is amazing. you have to get yourself one of these, man. >> what is it? >> i'm going to get one of those. >> kevin thanks. >> i will send you one. >> bye guys.
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hi friends, good morning. it's sunday the 17th of may, 2015. this is a fox news alert. dramatic new details on the terror take down by u.s. special forces. a top isis commander used women and children as human shields. what does this all mean for the president's strategy in we're live with the latest. >> plus she remains on the fbi's most wanted list. she's hiding in cuba. she murdered a state trooper and
then broke out of jail but as police troops demand the return of this fugitive one university is honoring her with a mural. we have details just ahead. >> hilary is heading to iowa tomorrow but won't be talking to the media but she is posing for selfies in brooklyn. fox and friends hour 4 starts right now. >> oh the selfie. >> she got the angle right. >> it's a double chin. you do it from the bottom. >> maybe that's my problem. >> unbelievable. >> good morning, good to see you. >> nice to see you, sir. >> we have sunny anderson coming up. we'll be whiffing up tasty treats in just a bit. brand new details about the u.s. army commander that built in
syria. he flew deep into syria to take out a commander of isis. it happened in the middle of the night last night. isis used women and children as human shields but it didn't work in the end. >> we have the latest on this raid. good morning. >> good morning. he was killed in the raid along with 11 other isis fighters. perhaps he's a name that you haven't heard before yesterday but he was a formidable character among the terror networks. one congressman telling fox news he should be viewed as the cfo of a defense organization. delta forces at times did resort to hand to hand combat. isis fighters were grabbing women and children and using them as human shields. the gun battle left black hawk helicopters and v 22. >> aircrafts damaged. many are saying they're pleased to see the raid saying it not only provides for the military but disrupts the internal
leadership structure of isis. while it does send a clear message it doesn't mean that we should back down in the face of isis advancements. >> in raids like this that gather this type of information we can use it and leverage it and we need to be doing more. we need better insight into what this threat is doing in their backyard. they're going to continually be into that. >> the white house says president obama did improve the operation. his wife was captured and is being held for questioning. she is also known to be a member of isis and believed to participate in terror activities. no u.s. troops were killed or injured during the raid. >> i'm encouraged by this raid because remember in the early days of isis or at least the unfolding of isis one of the criticisms was we don't have any intelligence on the ground or people there being able to infull trait and get
assessments. the fact that they knew where they were hiding and able to infull trait them and get in there under the cover of darkness is remarkable. >> the intelligence will be able to get to the computers and cell phones and documents seized from this compound. a lot of military analysts are praising them for what they did for the intelligence community for getting them the information that lead them there and the obama administration for pulling the trigger and making this bold move to do this but they can't forget what's going on there either. they're gaining ground and that's a huge strong hold. so some strategists, jim hansen is the executive vice president of the center for security policy. he served in the united states army and special forces. he says the president needs to do even more. >> i don't think anyone understands the strategy. i don't think the president has put one forth. that would be a kick start to tell us what are we trying to
do. if we're trying to take out isis who is going to run things in iraq or that has been articulated and it's a gaping hole in having a strategy and right now we are basically serving as the iranian air force and commandos while they're the ones that are the allies of the iraqi government. >> that's exactly it. the beauty of the u.s. military they send them on a mission and complete it successfully and put hair lives on the line while they do so. it's incumbent on the leaders to have a strategy. it's wrong to send american troops into harms way unless there's a purpose for them being there. what is the purpose in this case. i'm celebrating the death of an isis commander. amen that's great. delta force, amazing group. but what is the plan. the president needs to articulate what the plan is. >> that was the question to ask during the iraq war.
what's the exit strategy here? what's the plan once we topple saddam hussein? >> it's such a fine line though. you don't want to telegraph your exact plans and let the enemy know your cards either. >> this is one of the big talking points and discussions last night in iowa. the annual lincoln day dinner. 2016 gop heavy weights all showed up there. 11 of them. >> just short of a dozen. each one of them got a chance to pitch themselves for ten minutes and their ideas. >> mike emanuel is live in des moines with last night's big moments. >> good morning to you. governor scott walker probably faced the toughest expectations as the early front runner in iowa polls. walker talked about what he would do. the impact he could have if elected president. >> if a state as blue as wisconsin is a state that hasn't gone republican since 1984 can make those changes there's no
doubt we can make those changes. >> jeb bush allowed us into his meet and greet giving us exclusive behind the scenes at his hospitality group. in a speech bush spoke about his experience as governor of florida. >> i'm proud of my record of accomplishment and integrity as governor of the state of florida and i believe it's time to change the record of what's going on in washington d.c. >> the lincoln dinner featured 11 potential republican candidates. they were given a maximum of ten minutes to speak. the one appearing to have the most fun was south carolina senator lindsey graham that showed his sense of humor. >> the more you drink, the better i'll sound. so keep drinking. i'm thinking about running for president. you get a house, a car, and a plane. pretty good gig. >> a number of the folks that
spoke are still considering whether they're going to run in 2016. we know that donl trump is close to announcing plans and then there will be several more during the month of june. back to you guys in new york. >> mike emanuel in des moines iowa. great city. it's pretty soon we're going to be there. this winter. it's going to happen before you know it. so the straw poll. >> that's always in the summertime and jeb bush announced he's not participating it on the grounds because the winner is usually the guy that brings in the most fake supporters with him. >> they truck them in. >> it's still interesting. >> one of the key points he made is a lot of people think i'm super moderate but i governed as a conservative. >> which he did. that doesn't mean he's running as a conservative. we'll find out. but he was a conservative governor and popular one too. >> donald trump says he'll be making an announcement in june.
i talked to him the other day. he sounded serious about it. >> that will be interesting as well. in the meantime he'll be selling a lot of ties. he's getting a lot of publicity all the way around. other stories making headlines, police just releasing surveillance video of a person of interest in the mysterious washington d.c. arson that killed four people. a hooded figure is seen running past an unidentified building. a corporate executive died with his wife his 10-year-old and housekeeper. three of thome had stab wounds. police are looking for information about this person and the family's car. they found it dumped and set on fire in maryland. >> the fed is now ordering amtrak to take immediate steps to install automatic train control to the northeast corridor. the system applies the brakes if a train is moving too fast and now the fbi is investigating reports the doomed amtrak train and two others may have had shots fired or rocks thrown at
them. moments before the derailment transit police can be talking about a computer train hit by an object. >> now to extreme weather overnight powerful storms rage across the midwest packing tornadoes, high winds, and hail. 29 twisters were reported in nine states all the way from minnesota down to texas and over in louisiana and iowa. in kansas a suspected tornado downing power lines and trees. as of now no reports of serious injury. >> and hillary clinton going for a stroll through brooklyn. this shows her posing for pictures. the video making it seem like everyone else although we know she's not. she and bill hauled in $30 million for their speeches and book deals in the last 16
months. >> 5 million dollars for a book nobody read. i'd like that deal. >> a lot of names dropped. >> rick may have that deal coming up if the weather continues to be dramatic. >> she wasn't wearing her brooklyn hipster clothes. >> complicated glasses on. >> all right guys. we had big weather yesterday and we're going to have more today including a lot of flooding. it's been big rain for the last two weeks. look at the maps and we'll show you what's going on. you can see where the cold front is. the blue color off to the left of the screen and yellows and greens to the right. that's what is driving some of the severe weather and you can see this line of storms from around austin texas and hill country up to i-35 corridor just exiting dallas now but some of these storms have been severe and a lot of rain falling and because of that we're getting quite a bit of flooding. we still have this upper level disturbance and it's pulling cold air in across the northern
rockies and montana and eventually that moves in across places like north dakota and we'll be watching windy cold snow. today we have severe weather again. minneapolis and maryland and over through chicago. >> thanks rick. >> you think we're going to put up a mural of a fantastic hero american. there's a long list of people to choose from. >> even activists or people that made a difference in the community. >> she was a black panther and also a convicted murder. she killed a state trooper in new jersey in 1973. she apparently killed a lot of other people too according to the police. 1979 she broke out of prison
with the help of armed polices and fled to cuba where she remains. she's on the fbi most wanted terrorist list and she's a hero at marquette. >> they put up a mural in honor of her. here's a long speech of hers they put up on the wall. >> it's really simple a small group of people university administrators have a massive amount of power, you mortgage your whole life to send the money to your kids can be air quote, educated and they hate this country and your values and they get to wag it in your face. >> there's a $2 million award for her capture. she's the first woman on the fbi's most wanted list. >> they could bring her back but they don't want to because she's a freedom fighter even though she's a full on murderer. >> the school is letting these criminals pollute the minds of these students. should lose the backing of
alumni state and federal programs. what good will come from these messages. that's not the way it works you. be quite and keep sending money. >> i hate their decision to glorify a cop killer. but i'm not surprised by it. >> respect for law enforcement is at an all time low in america. i'm sure this makes the widow and family of the trooper feel like his life mentd nothing to marquette university. god bless all law enforcement in this difficult time. >> they hate you. the people that run yufrtduniversities have total contempt for you. >> that's unbelievable. >> he defended the clintons without telling you he gave you extra money. >> i should have gone the extra mile to avoid the appearance of a conflict. >> is george's job in jeopardy? it may be.
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even though i made it to stop the spread of aids help children and protect the environment in poor countries i should have gone the extra mile to avoid the appearance of a conflict. i apologize to you for doing that. >> he is offering an apology for not disclosing his donations to the clinton foundation. seems like his problem is he's too good. he's too virtuous. he cared too much about the children. >> he could have given to any
charity in the america except the clinton foundation because of his history of a clinton operative. he reminded everybody about his partisan past after spending 18 years at abc news. >> what i found so surprising was his interview on his weekend show. really kind of went after him. he said you don't have the goods. it's hard to believe that as he was doing that interview which was more a lecture, that he didn't think icon tributed to this foundation. i should say something. >> it's inconceivable that he didn't feel the need to tell his bosses. he covered the clinton foundation story in other ways while not letting people know he had given all of this money. and my question for abc news is how is this not a problem for your network. abc rushed out a statement defending him. honest mistake.
they told me on friday that this was a violation of the network policy but he's going to be paid to lead our 2016 campaign coverage even though he removed himself from moderating the republican debate but if he can't do that how can he interview presidential candidates. >> that's a great question. apology deserves air quotes because it was an explanation of what a great person he is. he hosts the sunday show and he's the chief political corr address spontaneous dentd for the channel. he's the top guy at abc news. they can't fire him, right? >> it doesn't look like it. i'm not calling for him to be fired but abc for their own credibility could put out a statement or reprimand. this was a violation which i think he now recognizes if we take him at his word with the apology and this doesn't go away. it's going to cast a shadow.
every time people tune in and watch him either conducting a tough interview with a republican or not so tough with a democrat or if he tries to be hard on a democrat they're going to think is this related to the fact that he's a clinton partisan that gave his money to the foundation. >> he just cares more about children than you do i guess. thank you for joining us. good to see you. media buzz is airing at 11:00 a.m. as it always does here on fox news. so tune in. well the video is scary but this little girl is okay after a school bus dragged her down the street. the driver had no clue it was even happening. how this happened and what happened at the end. we'll tell you coming up. >> plus do you like sipping on smoothies during the hot summer months? how would you like to get paid for doing it? the top summer jobs still available is coming up next. hey america, still not sure whether to stay or go to your people? ♪ well this summer, stay with choice hotels twice
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welcome back. a quick look at your headlines now. al sharpton's daughter suing new york city for $5 million after falling on uneven pavement and spraining her ankle. the tumble which took place on a city crosswalk left her severely injured. >> vladimir putin, russian president and hockey super star. he laced up his skates and hit the ice for an exhibition hockey game in russia. he scored 8 goals while playing with retired nhl players. putin's team won 18-6. if putin is trying to score against you, do you just let him score? come on. fear of what's going to happen to your family i guess. >> thank you so much. whether you've got a teenager
looking for a summer job or you yourself are looking for new tuns to jump start your career which jobs are heating up along with weather? cheryl is here on the plaza with some of the top companies hiring for summer. good morning. >> all about the jobs this summer and it's all for the kids whether it's high school or college and one of the companies we have hired today is mr. handyman. tell us. >> it's the largest handyman service company in the united states. >> 200 jobs will be added. is that right? >> yeah, between 115 service technicians. >> and the pay is good. anywhere between 40 and $55,000 per year but even for a summer job. >> yeah. >> what kind of things will they be doing? >> something on your to do list to improving your home such as a deck. >> you get a nice spray tan while you're at it. expanding everywhere. everybody loves a good barbecue. >> do you grill? >> i live in a new york city
apartment so i don't. i wish it could. >> this is the founder and ceo of bar-be-clean. >> they get filthy. we'll get it completely clean. a clean barbecue is a healthy barbecue. >> how many jobs will it be creating? >> we have plans to add 0 plus franchiseees over the next 18 months. >> 20 to $30 per hour for your technicians. >> technicians will pay 20 to $30 per hour and each franchisee will add maybe one to two techs. >> maybe you'll get a free hamburger or hot dog while you're at it. >> smoothie time. this is mike the ceo and by the way, this company was started i understand because the owners wanted to have healthy options for the kids when they were going to music festivals around the country. >> anything bad for you,
gluten-free, fat free super tasty. >> 5,000 jobs will be available. what will people be doing. >> everything we're in festivals, major league baseball concerts military bases, hospitals, opening stores brick and mortar we're everywhere. >> while you're making smoothie and coffee shakes you get to listen to concerts and great music and watch a baseball game. >> not a bad gig. >> you also get to wear flip flops to work. that's big. >> yeah. i'm the ceo. so we're recruiting. >> 10 to $12 per hour and colorado texas, ohio and valanciunas california. >> you have one more. >> all about the kids. you're expanding as well. how many jobs do you have available? >> hundreds of jobs available all year round and not just in the summer. people tend to want to have a career with us and be owners as
well. >> how rewarding is it for your employees to know they can be saving lives? >> all the time. children drown every minute of the day in this world and we know that way we teach and the way we teach our teachers to teach saves lives all the time. >> even for infants. >> three months. we start from three months. >> you have partnerships with l.a. fitness. i want you to show anna what you were showing me earlier. that's the proper way to put a baby in the water. >> what happens is when a child falls into water or an adult they tend to fall face down what we teach instantly is to turn their shoulders so that they can go on to their backs and breathe and cry for help. statistics show that children are never far away from an adult but because they go face first it's a silent drowning. >> and even if you infants don't understand the words you're saying they remember the muscle memory. >> that's exactly right. that's exactly what we teach.
muscle memory. >> thank you so much. >> thank you rita. >> good stuff. >> lots of jobs. getting kids jobs this summer. to find cheryl go to fox business.com/channel finder if you want to watch her during the week. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> here's what's coming up on fox and friends. a hacker says he took control of an airline and flew it sideways. how has this happened and are our skies safe? and talk about a mangled mess for the class of 2015 why some graduates aren't laughing at this off-keynote speech. the world is filled with air. but for people with copd sometimes breathing air can be difficult. if you have copd, ask your doctor about once-daily anoro ellipta. it helps people with copd breathe better for a full 24hours. anoro ellipta is the first fda-approved product containing two long-acting bronchodilators
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leave it to anna to have to make this workout a little more difficult. >> it's your shot of the morning, it's your shot of the week it's your shot of the year. it's rick and anna going beast mode on the plaza for an annual push ups for charity event. you'll notice they're high fiveing and talking. >> i'm being very critical going i should have -- >> yeah you were slacking off there. it's all part of the boot campaign aimed at helping our heros transition back after returning from deployment.
earlier we spoke to retired staff sergeant joey jones about how it works. >> when someone is in the military and they get ready to get out, we don't learn to balance a checkbook and financial planning all the time. maybe they can't pay the bills for 90 at as while they're transitioning out or maybe they're still in and can't buy a plane ticket home to visit their parents. we apply the financial assistance in their lives. >> i was out there breaking a sweat. take a look at what tucker and clayton were doing. >> back inside to clayton and tucker as we continue this workout. >> notice they're talking as they do this. >> those rick push ups are all the way down. >> and you and i are just drinking coffee. >> somebody has to drink coffee. it's not going to drink itself. >> that little skinny mocha
mocha lata. >> i don't think we get credit for the physical demands of this program. >> we're eating less and moving more as part of the fox and friends lose 15. >> for information on how to get involved visit push ups for charity.com. >> if you're somebody that doesn't want to do push ups or can't, you can still donate. >> you were telling me herschel walker does 1300 push ups every day and 3500 sit ups. he never goes to the gym. he only does push ups and crunches. yesterday was commencement day at colleges across the country. some of which were interesting and some of which were flat out weird. >> when i mentioned it to some of my pals they were surprised i was going to give it. i haven't given a commencement speech since leaving office.
you know my decision is quite practical. so i got a phone call from my landlord gerald turner. rather than raising the rent or threatening to hold our security deposit, i was relieved to hear president turner ask if i believed in free speech. i said yeah. he said perfect, here's your chance to give one. >> those of you who are graduating this afternoon with high honors awards and distinctions i say well done. and as i like to tell the c students you too can be president. >> and the crowd went wild. >> which is true by the way. >> also matthew mcconaughey was at university of houston. he was paid $140,000 to go there. we want to show you the video of maya rudolph.
she did a parody of the national anthem. here she is playing christina. ♪ oh say can you see ♪ ♪ by the dawns early light ♪ >> i bet she can really sing in real life. but anyway some people thought it was disrespectful to the national anthem. others thought she was being silly. >> now this is what a commencement speech should sound like. love you and miss you president bush. >> albert writes my sister was a c student as well and just recently retired after more than 40 years as an rn. c can stand for class as well. >> robbie on facebook $140,000
matthew mcconaughey should be giving that money to charity. >> is he? >> all celebrities give their money to charity. they never specify which charity. eric writes this there's nothing funny or amusing about distorting the national anthem deliberately as was done by maya rudolph. >> the disturbing moment a school bus drags an elementary school student at least 100 feet down aiken ken roadway. cops say she was getting off the bus when her backpack got stuck in the door. the driver had no idea until somebody flagged him down. the girl who was five or six years old was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. she will be okay. the school district is investigating. >> it's a story we told you about. a cyber security expert that claimed he could hack into airplanes. >> he's primarily focused on physically being in the airplane. hooking up to the in flight entertainment but you can also
leave devices behind and remotely get in through the on board wires. >> the fbi is saying chris roberts did that. making a plane fly sideways. he also told the fbi he hacked into about 15 or 20 other planes but hasn't been charged yet. >> susan slams ronald reagan blaming him for the homeless problem. >> the conversation changed around the reagan era when everything was your fault so you were blamed for not trying hard enough you know? for drinking for drugs, whatever. >> the academy award winner was promoting her son's documentary on homelessness. she made these comments when asked if the homeless issue was still on the radar for discussion. >> and pope francis getting the rock star treatment at the vatican robbed by excited nones. several phones and cameras
hoping for a good shot as the pope walked by while others were in tears as they kissed his hands. >> that's pretty cool. >> pretty good. >> first you got to win the nuns over. >> first a look at what's happening. >> do you know what's nice about it warming up? the crowds come back. journalism students. >> yes. >> from where? >> maryland. >> very good. are you going to be on tv one hopefully. >> yes, absolutely. >> four future journalists. we're going to watch that on tv. take a look at the weather map. you can waking up this morning. quite a bit of storms. very heavy rain falling across areas of oklahoma and texas and stretching throughout missouri and arkansas and we have all kinds of flash flooding going on. we'll continue to watch that throughout the day. this storms moves to the east and brings more severe weather. here's your forecast across the
northeast. new england you're looking good in fact quite a spectacular day. we'll see again some of the scattered thunderstorms. they'll move to the east throughout the day. and across the northern plains we stand to see a few isolated big storms. possibly a tornado or two and look at the white in north dakota. snow falling by tonight. some of it a little heavy at times. >> you're getting the one direction treatment out there. >> i know. >> they're going to carry you away. don't take rick. coming up here on the show isis makes a million dollars a day on black market oil sales but will a top commander's death put a wrench in their cash flow? maria weighs in and is live with us next. >> odds are you'll be grilling this memorial day. why not help a veteran at the same time? food network star and veteran sonny anderson is at the grill with those details next. ♪
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the head of isis's oil and gas operations killed by u.s. special forces in a rare ground attack in syria. >> isis relies on millions in oil sales to fund their reign of terror. how will this hurt them? we're joined by maria. good morning. it's kind of amazing that isis makes all of this money from selling oil and gas. how does this work? >> there's a couple of players out there that people are speculating are guying that oil like turkey is one of them and others who want the oil. i don't know -- we don't know specifically who is buying it but speculation is it is largely turkey among others but this is where they get their revenue. this is how they're funding the killings. this along with robbing banks and kidnappings is their
livelihood. you would expect that to be interrupted but this group is very adept at putting a new guy in there. i don't think it will be long lived that the oil sold on the black market is going to be disrupted for that long. >> but it's about taking in the intelligence from the computers and cell phones and all of that. you could figure out who is buying this dirty oil and figure out where the trail leads. >> you're absolutely right and they said that they had taken this cell phones computer records because apparently this leader of this gas business was also very much in touch with the overall mentality of isis and how they're going about business. not just the oil business. so we're learning a lot in terms of the intelligence. >> he is being compared to al capone's accountant. i imagine you'll be talking about that and more this morning. >> we have congressman michael mccall coming up. he's the chairman of the homeland security committee and
will talk about the latest killing and what he thinks the significance is. richard shelby is the chairman of the banking, housing and urban affairs committee. we want to get behind the amtrak derailment and whether or not we're going to see more money going into infrastructure. that's what people would like to see. that's what the presidents want and then we have the ceo and chairman of wells fargo talking about housing and whether or not it's easier now to get a mortgage than it was during the throws of recession. >> show starts in about 12 minutes. you would be foolish to miss it. >> thank you. >> right here on the fox newschannel. to find maria on the fox business channel go to fox business.com/channel finder to see her during the week. >> you can join us for grilling if you like because coming up we'll be grilling this memorial day. food network star and air force
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we've got some quick headlines for you. think your weekend is busy? this will humble you. this michigan woman is doing everything this week. her name is anna. she graduated medical school. she was promoted in the air force. and today she's getting married. if that wasn't enough she and her fiance just bought their first home the other day. amazing. right now, nearly 1,000 people are making their way to the top of one world trade center raising money for military vets. the tunnel to the tower's
foundation is holding the event to build homes for wounded veterans and educate children who lost a parent in the military. it's 180 flights. say a prayer. >> they're going to have some sore bones tomorrow but for a good cause. all right. here we are. we're grilling on the plaza. just in time for memorial day, she's back. >> food network star and air force vet herself sunny anderson is here to launch her new cookbook "grilling for heroes." 100% of the profits benefit our veterans. she's brought some with her this morning. i was trying to get closer to the food. nice to see you. all of these dishes have a story. >> yes, they do. at grillingheroheroes.com you can buy the cookbook that was actually crowd sourced from your fans and viewers. i have to thank you guys so much because we initially came here to talk about working with the propane and education research
council. we were putting together a cookbook that would benefit hope for heroes but we needed the recipes. so all of the viewers sent if their recipes. we picked the 50 best recipes. all of the recipes have a story attached to them about a military member or someone that's affected their life or something like that. then all the proceeds go to hope for the warriors. it's a really cool thing. log on to grillingforheroes.com. it will take at least $5 and you'll get a full cookbook. >> and one of those contributions comes from you. beef and broccoli. >> it's really simple. the marinade take some orange juice and reduce it down until it's about half its volume a little thicker and sweeter. then just take a plain steak and marinate it in it. then a quick rub of some garlic powder some onion powder a little bit of rosemary here.
you can do some hungarian paprika, chili powder and some salt. get it on your flank steak on both sides. kind of rub it in. that's why it's called a rub. you want to get your hands involved there. you want to rub it down? get your hands in there. >> i was born for it. >> i love it. >> so what is that? that's good looking. >> this is another recipe from one of the viewers that saw us here talking about grilling for heroes. it's in the online cookbook. all the proceeds 100% go to hope for the warriors. they're here today with us enjoying the meal. so excited about it. big shout out to sean. she made this recipe with the chicken. you want to get that on the grill? you've rubbed it up. >> can you guys hold this? >> like lady gaga. >> i've had several members of
my family join the armed forces. my uncle was one of the first to serve for the war in iraq and we lost him. my heart and prayers go out to all those still fights and defending our beautiful land. thanks for the recipe. >> thank you so much for that. >> tucker has been eyeing up this one. >> i'm a burger man. you can probably tell. >> that's the pizza burger. check that out. i can read the story from that one, if you like. it's from a 28-year-old navy veteran, 1979 to 2008 that, says i truly appreciate the sacrifices my family has made prior to the first gulf war. i left my wife of eight months pregnant with my first child, and she didn't return until 11 months later. 23 years later, the daughter is a naval officer in flight school and soon to be a navy pilot. that's crazy, and those are the burgers that inspired that story. >> thank you, paul. >> pretty cool. >> grilled corn. >> grilled corn is delicious. >> not your average grilled corn. >> it's not your average grilled
corn no, no. the grilled corn is delicious. what i love about summer is grilled corn truly is like the fine of summer. this comes from a blogger that appreciates the sacrifice that the men and women of our armed forces make. that's what they wrote us to. every single day, so we can enjoy our freedoms and the great country. and that's what the military is all about. just talking to our veterans today at hope for the warriors we all kind of share the same thing. they're army and our force vets. i'm an air force vet. we're just honored to serve. >> well thanks for your service as well. head to grillingforheroes.com for the cookbook. >> we'll be right back.
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we have three veterans from hope for warriors here on the plaza enjoying our barbecue. you want to wave at the camera? thanks for coming in. >> we'll see you next week. good morning. a key isis leader killed in an incredible ground fight with u.s. special forces. how big of a blow is this for the terror network? good morning, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures. futures." that isis commander in charge of the group's oil supply and production. plus the feds ordering amtrak to ramp up safety efforts days after a crash that killed eight people and injured more than 200. i will ask senator richard shelby if more funding for amtrak will result in safer travel. and taking a look into the crystal ball of the housing market ahead of a big week for