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>> hey there, good morning it is saturday, october the 5th. i'm anna kooiman. we do gipp with a fox news alert. the united states facing multiple severe weather threats. at the same time tornadoes spotted in the northwest. winter-like weather buried wyoming and south dakota and snow and tropical storm karen continuing path towards the gulf coast. we have all the latest on this wild weather. >> while the white house and congress continue punches members of generations continue to break barricades at world war ii monument. we will hear from them coming up. >> nor rain nor sleet nor front lawn. could this the latest postal worker of all time?
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[ laughter ] you are running over my rose bushes. ha? "fox & friends" starts right now. beep, beep. and how perfect did that lawn look, too? the homeowner was out there probably with scissors. >> i wonder why they are bankrupt? >> well, they are not saving money on gas. can you see that hello, everyone, welcome to "fox & friends" on this saturday morning. feels like an indian summer here in new york. is that the accurate term indian summer? >> i think that is that is not the case in the rest of the country. >> we have got some extreme weather, don't we? we have our rick reichmuth coming in here. 15 people hurt after a tornado slammed through the great plains. multiple tornadoes, one of
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them a mile wide spotted in nebraska, south dakota. >> the latest coming out of wayne, nebraska. they counted 17 possible twisters yesterday. only six have been confirmed so far. >> this is the same system that dumped 33 inches of snow? south dakota, killing three people. for more we can look at today check in with rick reichmuth. hey, rick. >> all of that going on. snow on one side of the storm. severe weather on the other. tropical storm i'm going to tell you about as well. wayne, nebraska was the town that took the brunt of that from the tornado at least most of the damage because the tornado went right through nebraska. northeastern nebraska. very oddly. these are are a bunch of little towns. all of these towns dotted across the areas have anywhere from 300 to about 1,000 people from that norfolk over towards sioux city area. eventually went on either side of sioux city tonight. a lot of damage in there.
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we are very fortunate fatalities at this point. that is certainly great news. that storm continues to pull off towards the east. you see where that yellow is there anywhere from around milwaukee to madison to wisconsin tells and alls way down into arkansas the threat for severe weather today. i think maybe an isolated tornado or two. yesterday we had the large destructive tornadoes. i don't think that's what we're looking at today. probably more damaging winds and little bit of hail with it it still snow on the back side of this storm. maybe another 3 to 5 inches a few spots across south dakota and north dakota. the heaviest of the snow that fell is gone. this right here is the other story talking about this week. this is tropical storm karen and barely tropical storm. we had thought this potentially had some chance to strength maybe to a hurricane before making landfall. that is out of question at this point. you see you all of that energy there. no activity going on at the center. you have to have those two things come together. to have any significant storm going on here.
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you will see this continue to pull off to the east. getting battered with waves. not really anything in the way of storm surge. see some areas maybe two to three inches of rain. nothing that's going to cause any big impacts in across the gulf. that's good news. another tropical system without having big impact. >> was i right about the indian summer? doesn't it come after like your first big frost? >> i don't know the answer to that question. i don't know if -- you know. >> somebody call google or wikipedia quick. >> we will call the chief meteorologist and find out. [ laughter ] >> well, it's not like like a technical meteorological question. >> thanks, rick. >> we are going to get to your headlines now because we do have brand new photos to show you at the moment after a harrowing road rage beating that happened earlier this week. everybody has been talking about it. one photo shows the driver of the suv lying on the ground after he was beaten. the other photo shows his
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wife and daughter looking on. police are hoping these photos can help identify more of the bikers involved. we are also learning that at least one undercover cop was a part of the motorcycle gang but he didn't intervene because he said he didn't want to blow his cover. last night, the man you see smashing his helmet 38-year-old reginald chance turned himself in to police and is now in custody. well, gitmo prisoner now a free man because is he considered no threat? ebrahim was captured with al qaeda fighters in 2001 and sent to guantanamo bay. he suffers from schizophrenia and diabetes. after more than a decade behind bars he has been released because officials say he is too sick to be a threat. he reportedly will return to his native sudan. and a fugitive witness wanted for getting in the aaron hernandez murder case is captured by u.s. marshals. alexander bradley appeared in court friday after being
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found at his girlfriend's home earlier in the day. he split town this summer before testifying about a double homicide case linked to the former football player. bradley is the same man that filed a lawsuit against hernandez for allegedly shooting him in the face outside of a nightclub in february. long lost work of leonardo da vinci was found. pulled from a swiss bank vault from 200 other workers. appears to it be a complete version of pencil sketch. believe the paint something one of da vinci's master pieces but further analysis still needs to be done. will this be be the new mona lisa. >> i love how these people find this stuff in their attics. grandma just handed this down. >> unbelievable. >> today is day five of the government shut jowp and
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thousands of federal workers are out of work and the blame game continues. are we getting any closer to a deal? the house was at work yesterday passing some small spending bills to fund the government agencies. today, another rare weekend session is scheduled. >> elizabeth prann is live in washington with the very latest for us. elizabeth, what is going on'? >> well, lots going on. the back and forth which started the week is ending the week in which really no clear resolution. the outside strategy on this current crisis has been passing smaller funding bills that would make it difficult for any lawmakers to oppose really. they voted on half a dozen this week alone. two of those past. one bill would open fema and national weather service ahead of that tropical storm. another would fund nutrition services for women and children in poverty. the white house has threatened to veto those measures. they say they want to force speaker john boehner and the house leadership to pass a clean stop gap funding bill. speaker boehner says he won't let the nation default. he also said he wasn't planning to just add to the country's debt. today, the house is due to
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vote to make sure federal workers get become pay after this is all over. the white house has said that they do support it, but we will certainly see how they act. tucker, anna, clayton, pack to you guys. >> thanks a lot. elizabeth prann for us in wught. americans are united on one thing. they are disgusted with the behavior of the federal government. the white house trying to blame republicans. republicans blaming the white house for the shutdown. people across the country believe it's both their faults. >> they are not even discussing tactics right now. it's all about process. who is not talking to who. you are not talking to me. i'm not talking to you. we can't even get on the phone. the president yesterday using pretty heated rhetoric. john boehner firing back about some things he is hearing as he will. take a listen. >> when it comes to negotiations, i said i am happy to have negotiations with the republicans and speaker boehner on a whole range of issues. but we can't do it with a gun held to the head of the american people.
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>> >> this morning i get the "wall street journal" out. it says we don't care how long this lasts because we are winning. this isn't some damn game. the american people don't want their government shutdown and neither do i. >> it seems that the initial thinking from both sides really was that this potential shutdown, when it was just a potential shutdown would hurt the g.o.p. more than it would hurt democrats. but it doesn't seem like that necessarily is really the case. isn't the president supposed to be the adult in the room? the adult at the table between all of these bickering factions and at some point it seems that the american people are going to get fed up and think that the president is the big figure head of the united states government and a symbol of everything going on in washington so those poll numbers may continue to plummet. we do want to show you a fox news poll over what the american people are thinking. who was responsible for this shutdown. republicans like boehner? well, 25%. president obama 24%.
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tea partiers like cruz 17%. democrats like reid 8%. everybody 20%. so nobody is really winning here. >> a little background on what the speaker of the house was referring to he had the "wall street journal" in his hand. "wall street journal" piece came out. they quoted unnamed white house source saying we don't mind how long this goes on because we are winning. the white house has denied saying that, but it's demonstrablably true it's clearly how the president feels. the longer this goes on, the better it is for the white house. that's one of the reasons they have been consistently torquing up the pressure, punishing the american people, closing down jogging paths. spending more money to shut it down than it would take to keep it going. >> don't you think that eventually it's going to make his poll numbers plummet? is he not the big figure head in washington? is he not the one that is supposed to be the adult in the room. >> the whole point from the white house point of view is to make this as painful as they possibly make it going out of their way to
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punish the american people with the hope that republicans will be blamed. make no mistake their strategy is to hurt the public with this government shutdown. >> they learned something from 2011 when they negotiated with republicans. i don't think i have ever seen the white house this firm on anything. they have been absolutely firm. we are not going to negotiate with republicans at all on this. things are getting hurt too. you mentioned national parks and running paths. we saw what happened with the world war ii memorial this week. you remember when a couple members of congress came down there with some of the members of the greatest generation to try to go to this open air memorial. this world war ii memorial. and some park rangers were saying you can't come in here. i'm sorry, you can't come in here. well this now, they are adding a wire around the outside of this thing to make sure that people don't try to break through. this happened last night on greta. take a listen. >> we're going to break that down. >> they are not going to stop you? >> huh-uh, no way. nothing else did. >> what do you make of this fence around the world war ii memorial with a sign that says closed?
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>> what a bunch of -- stuff. you you don't want me to it say what i really think this is cable. >> this sun conscionable. unbelievable that they would pull this kind of crap on people like us. >> now, bear in mind, folks, this sin feweriating. think about these brave men who stormed the beaches of normandy on d-day to try to get into france and stop the horrible atrocities that were unfolding in europe. you can't even go to the cemeteries that are in normandy in france those united states cemeteries in france are also shut down. our government shutdown has also -- if they wanted to fly here to normandy to see where their fellow comrades had died on the beaches of normandy. >> how you can shut down a cemetery or park. it costs nothing to keep a piece of open land open. it costs nothing to keep the world war ii open. the only reason they are doing this is to make people suffer. it's appalling.
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the government is acting as your enemy? has this ever acted before? i have never seen anything like that. >> the republican national committee is offering to keep it open so veterans from honor flight are going to be able to ogo and see this because who does it honor? it honored them. it doesn't seem fair. especially we are going to talk later in the show, too, about some things that are continuing to be funded. and president obama has offered to pay out of his own pocket for the museum culture. republicans national committee paying for this. we will talk about that coming up in the show as well. >> one the bikers that terrorized the family through the streets of new york city. he is not facing any charges. why some say is he getting away with a crime. >> caught on camera, a postal worker taking the easy way out. the easiest possible way, in fact, driving right across the front lawn to deliver the mail. what happened to her after this video came to light. ♪ ♪
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j. >> it's the road wage story that are parked outrage across the country. motorcycle ride turned violent after hit riders on highway. >> the manhattan d.a.'s office making decision not to face charges one of the men believed to have terrorized the driver and beat his family and scared his family half to death. the two undercover cops were at the mob at the scene of the assault and did nothing to stop it a
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former nypd detective and the president of cmp security group. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> these guys, under cover police officers, sworn to uphold public safety watched this happen and did nothing. >> we are not sure what they saw or where they were with the group. this is a very large group of biker who's are driving long lower manhattan. you know, we don't know if they were making calls that they are seeing this and, you know, what's happening. they are sworn to uphold the law. and maybe one of them, if they were up in the front, stopped the assault. we don't know that but, this will help the investigation let's talk about the investigation now. this will help the investigation under cover can give testimony because that's what they are used to doing. >> certainly, it doesn't do anything the revelation out this morning is they didn't want to blow their cover is
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that okay for them to do? >> it depends where they were in the group. if he they were in the back of the group they may not have even seen the incident. we don't know where they were as yet. the fact they are making these arrests so quickly makes me think that one or two of them have given information very quickly to the police not to blow their cover but to also make sure that the people are arrested. >> they may be making the arrest. but then what's happening with the d.a.'s office? a lot of people are wondering how on earth does these people being arrested but then they are being charged and prosecuted. >> one of them it looks like the d.a.'s office has d.p. the case. declined prosecution on the case. the d.a. has either turned him as a witness and maybe felt they didn't have a strong enough case against him as they do other people and they want this person as a biker to give information or to bear testimony in court. or they just didn't feel like they had enough to go ahead. >> didn't have enough to go ahead. we have a lot of this on tape. how would you respond? you are in the car with your wife and small child. you you are surrounded by
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100-plus bikers. smashed the windows of your car and grab you out and beat you you. that's horrifying. how could that happen? >> it is terrifying. i can't imagine what that family is going through. it looks from the tape and thank god there is that tape from the biker's cam because otherwise it would all be conjecture at this point in time. it appears to me that the motorist with his wife and child accidently bumped that bike. it didn't look like he purposely did it. it didn't look like it was a road rage thing on his part. and then they attack him it had to be terrifying. >> so wild. you said that you have seen something similar like this happen and multiple people in the building at fox have seen the same thing. this is raising awareness about it. >> thanks for having me. >> still ahead, she has been missing for nearly seven years. this morning police say they may have the key to solving the madeleine mccann case. we will tell what you it is coming up. >> plus, you may know someone like this. they are happy all the time. so what's their secret? and can it be learned? we'll be right back.
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>> there you are. 24 minutes past the hour. quick head lines for you. is jodi arias finally tired of the spotlight. one of the most attention-seeking criminals now says she doesn't want cameras in the courtroom. she is facing a sentencing retrial to see if she will get the death penalty for the murder of her boyfriend travis alexander. and the newly wed accused of pushing her husband off a cliff pleaded not guilty in a montana court yesterday. 22-year-old jordan lynn graham was hiking with her husband cody when they got into an argument. she says the fight got physical and he accidently fell off the fiscal cliff.
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all right, clayton, over to you. >> thanks, anna. government shutdowns and economic uncertainty no wonder we are all stressed why does it seem some have the capability to remain happy overall and others have a black cloud is it genetic or permanent shift to make it happier. joining us the author of the new book before happiness number two on the "new york times" best seller list right now. good to see you, sean, congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> that will make you happy. >> true. >> are we genetically redisdisposed to stay happy. we have pattern in our makeup room. she comes in smiling, happy, every day. how does she pull that off? is she faking it? >> right. for some people happiness is an easier choice than it is for other people that their genes make it easy to become positive. what we found that is amazing though. while genes set the initial baseline levels of happiness, there is a will the of things we can do to it ching our levels of happiness. we see identical twins,
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same genes, but have completely different visions of the world. levels of happiness, their personality trait. >> the research you have done in this book is remarkable and i read it cover to cover this week. i want to encourage everyone to go out and pick it up. why some people remain happy in the midst of chaos and others seem to to weather it how does that happen? >> so much that's out of our control right now with what's going on in the world and our families. what we found is one thing that is within our control is our ability to respond to the world. we did a study published in the top psychology journal that we did with two researchers from yale, alli crumb and peter and we went in and looked at how people perceived vets. and if people see stress as just bad for them which is what we normally tell people, stress is related to the 10 leading causes of death and disease. if we can change minds. what is going on in the world as a challenge instead of as a threat it turns out stress levels remain the same. headaches, back jane and fatigue drop by 23%.
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productivity jumped by 30%. some of the practical tips i like in your book simple to do. not all of these changes but just simple things. write a two minute email each day praising someone or thanking someone you know. why do that? >> what it does as you are doing. this you are getting control back over the world. you have creative a positive change for somebody else. it also deepens your social connection that you feel with other people which ♪ only the greatest predictor of happiness. your social support is as predictive as how long you will live as obesity, high pressure and smoking. we know how powerful the negative is and what we are trying to teach people how powerful even two minutes a foive might be. >> i tried doing this and you are right about. this another thing about journaling, write two minutes a day about a meaningful experience you had. like going to bed at night saying i'm thankful nor and puts a good spin on for a day it? >> is. one step further. write down every detail about what you remember for that one experience for two minutes. you are trying to relive that experience in your brain. your brain can't tell the difference between
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visualization and actual experience. the reason that's important is as you journal, you double the meaningful experience. you just reexperience it. and it turns out it's one of the most powerful ways of getting people to realize there so much meaning already embedded in our lives. >> i like this when you write down checklist of to do task. write down things you have already accomplished. i have already gone to the dry cleaner and i put that in my to do list. >> i wrote down that i wrote a checklist so i can can immediately check of it o your brain accelerators towards goals when you see progress, when we set resolutions and talk about our day. talking about all the things we haven't done yet. what turns your brain on to the highest level is seeing you have made progress. check those off and speed you towards those goals. >> go out and pick up this book. called "before happiness" grab it on amazon and kindle. great to see you. >> thanks for having me. >> obama care one week old. web site already down for repairs. you might need this
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happiness book as a result of that wait until you see the comment threads from people who tried to log on to the web site. he lost both of his legs trying to fight -- now he is getting the help he needs a new home fit for a hero. anna will take us inside this new home after the break. hi, i'm terry and i have diabetic nerve pain.
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but it doesn't usually work that way with health care. with unitedhealthcare, i get information on quality rated doctors, treatment options and cost estimates, so we can ke better health decisions. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >> president obama has officially canceled his trip to asia. he said he didn't want to be in indonesia not doing anything to solve the crisis when he could be in washington not doing anything to solve the crisis. if you are not doing anything, you might as well stay home. >> he is certainly not going to be the web master behind some of these servers. >> no he is not. as america's attention is focused on shutdown. obama care went on line it doesn't work very well. key parts of the web site
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have been shut down for repairs. routine repairs says the obama administration after five days. the obama care facebook page is riddled with users upset with the new law. let's take a look at some of the comments being posted there. >> here is what seth has to say. just did the calculator my premium also triple. deductible is through the roof. i don't qualify for assistance. this is a nightmare. >> one took up to three hours to find out that he couldn't get the plan that he wanted. leslie writes. i'm so disappointed these prices are outrageous. >> that one comment on facebook has he over a thousand likes by the way. jeffrey pounding hits keyboard in frustration i'm registered and can't log. in i registered using the same user word when i clicked on the link said i waited too long. did i it immediately. it does not work exclamation point. >> 1 auto likes on facebook. >> michael says nancy
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pelosi, guess what log in we have to get past it to see what's in it. >> nancy pelosi will not ever do that because congress has exempted itself from these requirements. why? do you know why congress has exempted itself from this and by the way on a bipartisan level because they say if they are forced to abide by the same law as the rest of us they will have a brain drain as members of their staff realized it's not worth working there if they have to follow the abomb that care law. >> that's why jay carney had trouble answering that question from john karl asking him that very point. one of the web site servers logging on to different ones across the country it wasn't one main frame if you went to oregon spanish site in utah were down. all across the country. >> only had three years to prepare. cut them some slack here. >> supposed to be as easy as buying something on amazon. one click. >> one click and be done. >> amazon is not run by the government, is it? >> not that i know of. >> that may be part of the difference. >> could be. let us know your stories.
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email them to us this morning. have you tried to log on to check in to see how much you could save on one ever these exchanges. let us know. >> people have so many problems. we need to get to your headlines on this saturday morning. brand new video released in washington, d.c. before a woman was shot and killed. [siren] [bleep] oh my. >> this video taken by bystander of a police cruiser slamming into a barrier while responding to the scene on capitol hill on thursday. 34-year-old miriam carrie led police on a case after trying to plow her car into a white house barricade. homeland security officials say she was delusional believing president obama was trying to communicate with her through radio waives. carey's family says had been suffering from post par item depression since the birth of her 1-year-old daughter. carey's daughter is in custody. she has been missing since 2007. detectives in scotland yard, in england believe
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cell phone records may hold the key to solving madeleine mccann's disappearance. she was just 3 years old when she vanished in portugal. analyzing data from phones belonging to people in the village. at the time, 41 people of interest have been identified. yankee slugger alex rodriguez is suing major league baseball and commissioner bud selig over what he calls a witch-hunt. he says they are trying to destroy his reputation and cost him millions of dollars over baseball's ped scandal. seeks unspecified damages. this as a rod is in the middle of arbitration hearings. attempting to get 211 game suspension overturned. nor rain, nor sleet nor front lawn could this the laziest postal worker of all time. watch as she drives up on the homeowner's lawn. that wasn't close you have for her. she goes right up to the front steps driving over the sprinkler system and the garden to top it off. she decided to toss the
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pang on to the porch. didn't even lay it down. >> that is a good question. somebody in our control booth wants to know when you give the tip. leave a tip out or something at the postal worker. >> at the holiday. >> you think she gets a christmas present a box of cookies. >> not from that family. >> for most innovative mail delivery. >> maybe lots of coal. >> check in with rick reichmuth who is outside right now. >> i love the way she just lumbered out of that thing and dropped it on the porch. >> lumbered. >> because she doesn't need all that extra exercise from walking from the curb. >> i was a paper boy for four years. i never would have ridden my bike across somebody's lawn. that's a bicycle. that's crazy. >> did you have good aim right to the driveway. >> of course, i still do. all right. guys. >> if the weather thing doesn't work out for you. >> always something else which is good to know. >> take a look at the weather map and show you what is going on. today, we do have severe weather threat right across parts of the mississippi river valley and up towards
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areas of the western great lakes could be seeing maybe an isolated tornado or two. mostly i think this is all going to consolidate into one big line of storms. much colder air moving in behind it anywhere to the east of that i will tell you we were talking about indian summer and it's just been very very warm across much of the eastern part of the country feel much like summer. here is what is going to happen across the northeast. take a look today scattered clouds, a few showers from time to time. temps though still very nice all across the area. down to the southeast, we have what is still hanging on to be tropical storm karen. barely hanging on. not going to see any big impacts from this at all. all of that moisture will eventually get pulled up in with that same front by the time we get in towards monday as well. throughout the day today, you will notice your afternoon temperature in oklahoma city much cooler 57 degrees for the cool air heading into that area. all right, guys. send it back to you inside. >> thank you, rick. >> three minutes after the hour now. when one of our warriors is wounded have a entire new
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battle to fight. even home can become an obstacle course of souter. one organization building homes for heros is hoping to aalleviate. recently i got to check out some of their work firsthand. >> >> thanks to building homes for heros, double amputee sergeant greg karen and his wife nina are about to move in to their dream house. >> it's very overwhelming and i just -- i appreciate everything that everybody is doing for me. >> sergeant karen's life changed forever in november of 2011 when he stepped on an ied in afghanistan. >> i lost both my legs below the knee and i have laceration on my right arm and shrapnel amputated the tip of my right middle figurer. >> greg was an easy pick. he came highly recommended from high ranking u.s. marine official. so it was an easy introduction. that's how a lot of men
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come to us. and you know, when we met him, we just fell allove with greg. nina are so nice. they are humble. >> you think i see this stuff on tv all the time. is this really happening? >> exactly. that's why this was great. they allowed me to scene and pick out everything involved. >> the open floor plan just itself is going to be a lot easier for me to get around in my wheelchair. >> how is this elevator. >> especially when i get older. i will be in this house the rest of my life. right now anytime a small bathroom when i wanted to bathe. i use the bathroom. i have to wheel to the door and my wheelchair doesn't fit in the door i have to lock my wheelchair, get on the ground and crawl to either the tub. >> kind of do a combat roll to get in there huh? >> do a combat roll into the tub and i bathe on the tub floor. i will wheel myself in here and transfer from my wheelchair to the bench and i will be able to shower. >> greg is a hometown hero.
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>> greg is definitely a hometown hero. i had no idea how many people knew greg before i got involved with the project. >> the least we could have done to give back to him to help. >> building house for heros relies on volunteers like this to donate the elbow grease and big corporations to donate the supplies. >> just to say thank you for what you have done for our country and thank you for your sacrifice. >> sergeant karen put me to work. >> when you see this and all the volunteers working and they are sweating and they are, you know, they are getting dirty, what does that mean to you? >> makes me want to get involved in it too. >> he would probably going to start another home in connecticut in the next three to six months. he wants to be the general contractor on the project. it's a huge undertaking. these guys come home charged up and full of energy. do something not just a job but something meaningful to help their brothers and sisters in arms it's a home run. >> it's coming full circle. he will get involved and starts helping them build
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homes for other wounded vets just like him. he actually got to move in with his wife nina last weekend. we will be showing you the big reveal of the homecoming up in our 8:00 hour. don't miss that. >> incredible. very cool. still coming up on the show. no deal in sight. what's with the hold up in washington. congressman louie gohmert says the shutdown is exactly what democrats wants. he joins us next. >> plus here is a story. beer and wine about to get a whole lot cheaper. we will explain the good news after the break.
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>> in news that will shock no one. hillary clinton may run for president. rumors of have a possible run have been years. flaring clinton herself. told a group of political leaders yesterday she would seriously begin a white house run next year. >> beer and wine. dollar stores in arizona. stores are adding alcohol to their offerings. about 40 general stores across the state granted liquor licenses in the past few months and another 30 stores have applications pending. tucker had an update half of the country just moved to arizona. >> thank you, clayton. well, as the shutdown heads into fifth day. the "wall street journal" reported yesterday that an unnamed white house official said in this: quote we are winning it doesn't matter how long the shutdown last is what
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matters is the end result. here to react is texas governor louie gohmert. thanks for joining us this morning. >> good to be with you. >> the white house has denied saying that quote in effect. it is true, is it not? >> this is their attitude. this is what harry reid and the democrats in the senate have said. and that became abundantly clear to most of us on capitol hill. but before the shutdown, when we had offered three alternatives. three compromises and the last, the fourth, was us just saying all right, all right. here is no offer. go along with whatever. let's just work it out. we are appointing negotiators called conferees and harry reid said we are not even appointing anybody to talk. we don't care to talk because we're going to win this showdown. and then you may have seen, tucker, but there was a park ranger that said it was disgusting, but they t as they ordered to make
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could. well, we knew that when you start putting barricades at open parking spaces, or turn around for buses at mt. vernon or shutting down facilities all over the country. that don't get a dime of federal money, they are run locally, then it was clear this administration meant to hurt the american people, and then we find out the military that gets their orders from their commander and chief, the military has ordered catholic priests who are independent contractors that if they showed up, they could be arrested, they could be glind, they are not to show up and do mass. this is an outrage. they are really trying to play some kind of civilly game when it is about the american people and doing what's right for them. >> priest can be arrested for baptizing babies. it's really unbelievable. yet, this same week obama care goes online. it's a disaster and maybe even worse than predicted. yet the conversation is all about the government shutdown.
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whose strategy is this? this doesn't help republicans at all. who came up with this? >> well, it wasn't a strategy. other than we knew that a majority of the american people were being hurt by obama care. we knew the economy was being hurt, that people were having -- they weren't able to keep their doctor. they weren't able to keep their insurance. the ones that could keep their insurance, shot up like crazy for nearly all americans. and so it is an outrage. it is not our strategy. we just want to do what's best for the american people. and so at least we're asking not a whole lot but the last thing we did before the negotiator was, look, let's at least give the same breaks to the american people that the president is giving to big business and his cronies. that should not be too much to ask. >> no, it certainly shouldn't be. congressman louie gohmert from texas. thanks for joining us this
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morning. >> this will end as soon as they realize their political games are not working. then it ends immediately. >> thanks a lot, congressman. >> thanks, tucker. >> coming up do you find yourself slouching over your computer? how about when you are watching television? turns out your smart phone is adding to your bad back and your bad posture. we will explore the i pain coming up. and is it creepy or cool? google street view of homes is not sitting well with everyone. up next how to hide your house from people you don't want to see it on the internet. it's possible. we will tell you how it's done. okay ladies, whenever you're ready. thank you. thank you. i got this. no, i'll get it! no, let me get this. seriously. hey, let me get it. ah, uh. i don't want you to pay for this. it's not happening, honey. let her get it. she got her safe driving bonus check from allstate last week. and it's her treat. what about a tip? oh, here's one... get an allstate agent. nice! [ female announcer ] switch today and get two safe driving bonus checks a year
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plates plain as day. i thought let's get rid of it. why have that out there. so easy to do. everybody knows about going on maps dot google.com to to find an address and get around and directions. we put in the address and here is what it is. you look around and this is what you would get when you hit the little person and get down to the street level. very few people know about this right here report a problem. all you do is dial in your home address step number one. step number two go to report a problem and up will come this little form and i will zoom in a little bit so you can see it's easier to see at home. and you click privacy concerns. then you click my house. i have found a picture of my house and would like it blurred. just say thank you very much. and you put in your address, you you make sure that it's lined up to your house. make sure you put in the secret word that we can all barely read and then submit. that's not my house right there. i don't want to blur these people's houses. you end up though with something that looks a lot
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more like this. so let me take this full screen. and it literally will be about two or three days will go by. sometimes are faster. sometimes they are not. you will end up with a street view where you're touring around your neighborhood and you get to your address when you get there and you will see what they have done. and it looks like they have actually taken blurred walls, these virtually walls and put them in front of your house. shear house right here. boom. see those walls? look how that is just indesirablable. you can't tell what kind of house is behind that you can't tell where the door is and anyone can do. this and it's absolutely free to do. >> fantastic. pretty simple stuff go to maps dot google.com. how can anyone find you on twitter governmental to foxnews.com or at cyber guy. >> you will walk them through this. >> will do. >> great to see you after all these years. a gitmo prisoner locked up for more than a decade now
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"fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> well, good morning, i for one have total sympathy for the sleeping bus driver. >> do you? >> narcolepsy. i don't judge. >> we used to have a substitute teacher when we were in elementary and middle school who would fall asleep she was an elderly woman and wield get so excited every time we knew she was going to be our teacher. >> very quiet and allow her to fall asleep? that would be a good class. hey, also, send us your pictures this morning. we are going to talk about a thing that's sweeping the nation called i pain. younger generation, not older people who are getting slached over, necks and back from using their i devices. send in your tweets this morning. if you have any pictures snap them of your unwitting spouse and send them in to it us on ff weekend this morning we would love to see this. >> this is the way we look at each other. we just look down.
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we don't look into each other's eyes. >> rick's neck has been killing him for months. >> it has been actually. you made me realize this is what is it going on. >> extreme weather to get to. incredible videos posted massive tornado in wayne nebraska. wayne getting the most damage yesterday as a massive storm system really packed over the great plains there. >> the national weather service says 17 possible twisters were counted yesterday. only six have been confirmed so far. at least 15 people have been hurt. >> this is the same storm system that dumped at least 33 inches of snow in south dakota and parts of wyoming. killing three people there. the storms have caused millions of dollars in damage. let's check in with rick for a look at all of this and where that storm is headed. >> really oddly that tornado that touched down in wayne was a very large tornado and about 12 people at least injured there going right through the town. as a kid, i lived in a town called stanton which is around 20 miles away that tornado started in stanton. these towns have 600 people in them. very small little towns dotted right through there.
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when i first heard stanton i thought i can't believe that that small town getting the start of this and going over towards wayne. a lot of damage. a lot of damage for a very small town. obviously everybody there knows everybody and is impacted like that. the big tornado tracking on the ground for quite a while. eventually they say 17 tornadoes reported. same tornado continuing to drop down through the area. tracked from just around the nor fork, area which is where stanton is over towards wayne and sioux city and parts of iowa. today this entire -- i should say northwestern parts of iowa. today this storm pulls off towards the east and threat from severe weather from parts of wisconsin all the way down through the mid mississippi river valley. parts of the ohio river valley and then down towards arkansas. i think more we're talking about the threat for some strong winds and some hail but we can't rule out an isolated tornado. this gives you the picture. you see these pictures? 90 degrees in memphis today? very warm conditions behind it? much cooler air. you guys were talking about indian summer. indian summer. >> am i right about that or
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wrong? >> different reasonings have different definitions for indian summer. but in general it's a prolonged period of temps above 70 degrees once you are into the fall. >> once you are into the fall. after the first frost? >> in the northeast it's after your first frost. in different places it has different subtle definitions but the general is a prolonged period of temps above 70. >> all i know is it's hot and ridiculous. that's my. >> and i love it it i'm not complaining. >> brutal hot. >> thank you, rick. as the sunrises on the capitol, the government remains shutdown for the fifth straight day in the row. the blame game continues. are we getting closer to a deal. the white house is planning a rare weekend session passing small spending bills to fund certain government agencies yesterday. elizabeth prann is live in washington with the very latest with what's going on. elizabeth? >> good morning. the immediate answer to your question is lawmakers like you said remain at odds. not unlike what we saw at the beginning of the week. the house strategy has been to pass smaller funding bills to get anything moving to shake up the stalemate. making it difficult for any
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lawmakers to oppose half a dozen were presented in the past few days alone. just yesterday, two were passed. one bill would open fema, and the national weather service ahead of the tropical system approaching the u.s. another would fund nutrition services for women and children in poverty. now, in a statement, house speaker john boehner said in quote today this is referring to yesterday. the house passed two more straightforward bills to keep critical parts of the government running while senate democrats allow their shutdown to continue it hurting hard working people. the white house has said they would threaten to veto those measures trying to force speaker boehner and the house to pass a clean stop gap funding bill. senate leaders also say they are ♪ supporting many quote continuing resolutions. today like you mentioned the house is due to work make sure federal workers get pay after this is over. the white house says it strongly supports it so we'll see how they act on it, anna, republicans are
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not talking about specifically what they want scaled back. obama care is not specific programs not talking about that we are talking about process now and the back and forth yelling and bickering betwee sides. they say you are not talking to me. you are not talking to me. and the president is saying this. take a listen. >> when it comes to negotiations, i said i am happy to have negotiations with the republicans and speaker boehner on a whole range of issues. but we can't do it with a gun held to the head of the american people. >> this morning, i get the "wall street journal" out, and it says well we don't care how long this lasts, because we are winning. this isn't some damn game. >> it might be to one side and that was an unnamed source in that "wall street journal" article if you read it yesterday. and speaker boehner saying, look, the white house, the democrats are entrenched on this. they are not budging on this. they are treating it as if they're winning this and
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they are sitting there with their arms crossed and not going to talk to us at all. >> is this a good idea for them to try to infli flick as much pain potentially on the american people or could this potentially back fire. we heard from rand paul saying they may not have test polled the non-negotiating factor. at some point, you know, could the tables turn and then back fire against them? >> well, stories like this may haven that process. it turns out that priests who work for the u.s. military have been told, catholic priests that if they show up for work, even on a volunteer basis. not expecting any pay at you will a and perform their religious duties offering sacramentos during the troops. baptizing children and officiating at weddings they could be arrested. that is the position of the u.s. government of the obama administration. >> that sounds like a joke. >> it does. >> threatening priests with arrests for voluntarily performing a sacrament? >> they go to the military base the group specifically
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archdiocese for the military services here is what they had to say about it. john slather is the executive direct of it. >> arrested, thrown in jail for. this so you think is there a way around it? could you get some volunteers from the community, some civilians to come on to the bases? that apparently is not being allowed either. >> so the president's political advantage first amendment. the white house attempting to inflict as much pain as possible on the american people, including on our troops in uniform supersedes the right of a priest to voluntarily perform a religious sacrament. >> you sound shocked. >> that's actually crossed the line prosecute political posturing to authoritarianism. to threaten priests with arrest. >> tomorrow is sunday so it's going to be effecting a lot of people. >> it goes further than that if you want to go to any of the military
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memorials in washington, d.c., if you want to go to the world war ii memorial or go out to any of the national parks, you are going to have a problem with that as well. national park rangers are basically being told they are having to deal with this situation. you saw the yelling match that unfolded earlier this week between i think it was a senator or was it representative, a republican representative who was basically yelling at a park ranger saying you are not going to let in this veteran here who is in a wheelchair into the world war ii memorial? >> because it costs more to keep the veterans out than it would to just leave the place unguarded and unbarricaded. >> there is no wall around it. >> i was in wyoming this week. a lot of -- the county there is federal land. closing bridges and parking lots. they had armed guard stationed all over the town preventing people from driving on government roads because of the shutdown. there is no justification for that. >> look at this. they are putting up fences now. they put up a wire around the world war ii memorial. so it is an open air memorial so people can walk through. now they are putting up wire fences. >> what does it cost them to print those signs and
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put up those barricades and keep armed guards? the government is basically on strike at this point. the obama administration is on strike trying to hurt the country for their political gain. >> this is pulling on the heart strings of one of the world war ii memorial but also it's messing up vacation plans, wedding plans and things like that for people. >> it's pointless, back off, pull back armed guards stop pulling off placards and jogging paths and parking lots they might save more money. that wouldn't achieve their goal which is to win this battle politically. >> we do have some more headlines to get on this saturday morning. the woman shot and killed in washington, d.c. on thursday may have been delusional. homeland security officials say miriam carrie believed president obama was trying to communicate with her through radio waives. the 34-year-old led police on the chase after trying to plow her car into a white house barricade. getting a better idea how chaotic it was for law enforcement during the incident.
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>> oh my god. >> this video taken by a bystander. you can see a police cruiser slamming into a barrier while responding to capitol hill. fugitive witness wanted for questioning in the aaron hernandez murder case is captured by u.s. marshals. alexander bradley appeared in court friday after being found at his girlfriend's home earlier this the day. he stepped town this summer befo testifying about a double homicide case linked to the former football star. bradley is the same man who filed a lawsuit against hernandez for allegedly shooting him in the face outlines of a nightclub in february. a gitmo prisoner now a free man because he is considered no threat? ebrahim was captured with al qaeda fighters back in 2001 and sent to guantanamo bay. he suffers from schizophrenia and diabetes. after more than a decade behind bars, he has been released because officials say he is too sick to be a threat. he reportedly will return to his native sudan.
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>> a brave army ranger who was part of that mission recently took a trip back to somalia. return to mowing mogadishu. remembering black hawk down. >> what nobody has done at this point from task force ranger who was in somalia. nobody has gone back there a good friend of mine who was in somalia with me called me out of the blue and said jeff, are you interested in going to somalia? i was the one telling kenny do you realize how dangerous somalia and specifically how dangerous mowing dish -- mogadishu is? he said i'm willing to go if you are willing to go. >> kenny thomas joins from us dallas. good morning to you. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. hi anna. thanks forever the interest in the story. we appreciate it. >> we mentioned simply how dangerous it is and i was reading you were the last one out of the helicopter. what was it that made you go back to mogadishu? >> that's a good question.
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and both jeff and i were thinking why are we going back to mogadishu? what's the point? i think it's because we know that the story, the story is ours to tell. if we don't tell that story, who is gonna. the folks who fought in that battle and the folks who never made it home from that battle certainly deserve that recognition. honestly, we did it for our brothers. >> when you go back and see somalia still a failed state, still a disaster 20 years after all of those americans gave their lives, what does it make you think about the point of the original mission? >> you know, man, that's a big philosophical question. we could talk what's the point of almost any combat situation. and what you take out of it though as a soldier by the end of the day, it really has nothing to do with the flag and the mission and the political reasons we went it doesn't have to do with the greater glory of the range regiment. what you take from it at that point in the battle it becomes just about the guys on your left and right taking care of each other
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and making sure we all get home. that's really what we focus on. >> can i imagine how difficult it must have been to see the movie black hawk down number one to. go back and stand in that same area in mogadishu again. what was that like for you? >> it was bizarre. going back this time you went back as a spectator. you weren't a participant. and you were in -- your care was in the hands of these tired gunmen and neither jeff nor i felt all that safe and secure. we didn't have the ranger regiment around us on our left and our right. i will tell you what both of us took from that was just how fortunate we were that first time to make it out. i had just forgotten how crowded those streets. were how narrow the streets. were and it was not to be taken for granted. and, you know, jeff is a preacher now, so he has to tell that you it was god's hand and i'm going toll tell you that that's one of the things i took away from it man, we were good but i don't know if we were that
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good. there were so many people in those streets when i went back this time and i realized what a role god had in it in getting us out of there. >> all right, kenny thomas, thank you so much for your time this morning. i imagine it was very therapeutic to get back there and thanks for letting everybody take a peek into your too. >> we will watch it. >> thanks, guys. >> instead of praising students he taught hard work and dedication lie using tough love. how has that worked out for him? we will meet one of his student next. >> washington can't seem to figure out where to cut the budget. maybe uncle sam should look closer where its cash is going. millions for a lavish dog park. we love our pups but is this good or bad? life could be hectic. as a working mom of two young boys angie's list saves me a lot of time.
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>> time now for your news by the numbers. first, $5. that's how much the cost of a flight goes up every day you wait to buy a plane ticket for thanksgiving. for all your procrastinators that means tacking on almost 150 bucks. so, get to it. next 5 million. that's how many fede dollars went to a new york city dog park that includes well-kept lawns and dog friendly sprinklers. possibly the only good thing the government has done lately. finally, $50 million, that's how much the new film gravity is expected to bring in its opening weekend making it one of the best showings for an october release in a long time. anna? >> all right. 24 minutes after the hour. thanks, tucker. everybody has that one person in their life who really they are guided impacts them in unforgettable fashion. even if that guidance is shaped by a heavy dose of tough love.
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jerry better known as mr. k the sharp tongue demanding orchestra teacher whose lessons about hard work and dedication stayed with his students for a lifetime. joining us now is daughter melanie can a -- strings attached, one tough teacher and the gift of great expectations. i'm going to start with you tell me some of the types of really the tough love that was administered in the the classroom. >> so, in strings attached, we talk about mr. k who really was the toughest teacher ever. he was the guy who never praised us. his highest praise would be not bad. you know, he was the guy who was incredibly strict. such a a disciplinary. his greatest saying was discipline yourself. he pushed us harder than our parents and other
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teachers. he pushed us really beyond what we thought our own limitations were. and he actually made us better than any of us ever thought we could be. >> melanie, joanne says that he pushed her harder than her parents and a lot of other students. what was it like for you at home? >> well, he was my parent, so he pushed me a lot at home too and musically also. >> i want to get joanne back in here. you know, there is so much talk about parents and teachers and coaches. everybody gets a trophy that there is too much praise. do you think mr. k is really leaving a mark and is that what this book is trying to do? >> what we wanted to do with "strings attached" tell the story of a teacher incredibly harsh and tough and, yet, unbelievably successful and also left such a mark on his students. his students went on to great success in all sorts of fields. you know, we realize this something we realized
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belatedly and really what prompted "strings attached," what got to us even write about it is after his death this is a guy who personally myself i hadn't been in touch with him. he hadn't been top of mind. when i heard that he had passed away a couple years ago it struck me like a ton of bricks. it was like oh my god. this is the guy whose levies i use every single day in life like resilience and perseverance. >> a lot more than the cello or the violin. >> or the we ola in viola in my case. >> what was it like for you at the funeral and you see hundreds of students coming to show support? >> well, i just was so greater weight of the evidence -- graduate find to see even though he was tough and harsh, he was beloved by his students. and i think the reason that we all worked so hard for him is because we all loved him too. and i think that his
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students were grateful to him for the lessons that they learned from him and that's why they all came back. everybody flew in from all over the country and made music for him one last time. >> joanne, what is it like when your kids are about to, you know, start a new school year and there is a tough teacher that they are going i don't want -- are you saying, you know what that mr. k helped me maybe he will help you too. >> i try to use those lessons. melanie and i have talked about this a lot about how we try to bring this in our own life. i will tell you the most interesting thing, we really thought the book just came out strings attached just came out and it really is -- unfarn issue inned truth about a very tough teacher. we expected enter going to pulling on flack jackets for people saying oh my god how you can allocate this. the response so far has been overwhelmingly positive. we get all these notes back from parents and from
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teachers who are saying amen, hallelujah, it's about time. >> joanne and melanie, thank you so much for your time. >> thanks for having me. >> the book once again is called, "strings attached." 29 minutes after the hour on a saturday morning. brand new details this morning on that biker road rage beat down. turns out undercover cops were there how come they didn't step in? we will be talking about. this better buckle up the kids. school bus driver caught on camera sleeping at the wheel? what would you do if your kid was on that bus? ♪ wedding. i want peacocks. peacocks? walking the grounds. in tuscany. [ man ] her parents didn't expect her dreams to be so ambitious. italy? oh, that's not good. [ man ] by exploring their options, they learned that instead of going to italy, they could use a home equity loan to renovate their yard and have a beautiful wedding right here while possibly increasing the value of their home. you and roger could get married in our backyard. it's robert, dad.
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>> this government shutdown thing is getting old. national park is closed. zoo is closed. federal agencies are closed. our borders are wide open. don't worry about that come on down. oh yeah, come on down. no problem. >> put the zip ties on the world war ii memorial but keep the border open. >> yeah. crazy new details.
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did you guys hear about this crazy story this week here in midtown, manhattan? it happened on the west side highway. of course, they had this range recovery barreling down the highway. surrounded by all of these bikers when a huge brawl ensues as they track him down. he makes his way into midtown manhattan. we are learning more details about this. i'm sure you saw this story exactly who was involved in the biker group as this unfolded. turns out at least two of the members of this group were under cover new york city police officers who apparently saw what happened. the driver was pulled out of the range recovery. can you see there one of the bikers smashing the driver's side window with his helmet. pulled this guy out. beat him badly in the street in front of his wife and small child and apparently the cops who were part of this mob did nothing to stop it. now, we are hearing reports that the reason they didn't act in the defense of this motorist who was being beaten was because they didn't want to lose their jobs and their pensions. >> right. so we had tom rough kin on
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earlier a former nypd detective we asked him to way in and here is what he had to say. >> they are sworn to uphold the law and maybe one of them if they were up in the front stopped the assault. we don't know that this will help the investigation. let's talk about the investigation now. this will help the investigation and determine who was responsible because these officers, especially the undercover can give testimony because that's what they're used to doing. >> maybe it would have been nice if they stopped the assault before the motorist was beaten in public for the crime of being, you know, in the middle of a biker group that took over the highway. and, yet, apparently they did nothing. there is no video of them stopping this assault. maybe we will find out differently. at this point, it looks like they didn't. >> it's amazing when they respond to things so quickly in this city, here is what the district attorney's office says. prematurely charging individuals with low level crimes does not further the goals of the investigation it could weaken the case as we expect to bring against perpetrators of serious crimes.
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>> low level crimes? >> here is what they are talking about here. allen edwards one of the bikers has been arrested by nypd, has not, you know, been charged and formally prosecuted by the district attorney's office. so, that's why they're coming forward saying. this prematurely, yes, could it hurt them in the future? i mean, investigation? >> they're looking at cameras and all these photos right now. >> we saw the tape though. >> right. it's not that easy. can you see their faces? you have to like decipher license plates. match cameras around the city. probably not something they can do. this would be a technological nightmare for them to have to look through. pass by this building. get that tape. pass by this building get that tape. let's also then see the patches that are on their jackets. we have to track down where that patch was. what biker group is that? seems to me a lot of work to do. >> here is the problem with this. if i'm driving down the west side highway with my wife and baby in the back of the car and i i am pulled out of my vehicle because some biker smashed my window and beaten me in the street. that does not qualify as a low level crime.
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at least not to me. that's a serious crime that should be taken seriously by prosecutors and law enforcement. >> then you have seen some the local media reports in particular here around new york, a very liberal state, mind you, and they are almost blaming the driver for all of this. and, you know. >> that's -- >> -- the sob stories from the biker who's have been injured in this. of course, nobody deserves to be hurt. but didn't seem like they were valuing their own lives by surrounding moving cars on a highway like this. and this is something they do all the time. a lot of people around fox use this west side highway and they say they have seen similar situations happen. >> we have more on that story coming up here on the show. >> we do have other headlines to get to though 36 minutes after the hour now. yankee slugger alex rodriguez suing major league baseball and commissioner bud selig over what he calls a witch-hunt. he says they are trying to destroy his reputation and cost millions of dollars over baseball's pedestrian
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ped scandal. attempting to get to 211 game suspension overturned. a school bus driver in portland, oregon is fired after a student catches him snoozing at the wheel. the 17-year-old student says he noticed the driver dozing off for weeks. decided record it happening and sharing share it with his parents and teachers. the parent sent the video to the school transportation department who eventually fired that driver. the national weather service sneak ago not so secret message for lawmakers into their first alert forecast on friday. the anchorage office spelling out the words please save us. 4,000 nws employees are working out pay during the government shutdown. please could your mart phone be causing a pain in the neck. more people are slouching while they text it and it's causing an i posture epidemic. getting so bad 84% of 18 to
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25-year-olds had back pain in the last year. doctors say the easiest way to fix this is to follow with some traditional advice and sit up straight just like your grandma. >> what's remark sble older folks are having less of a problem with back pain than the younger kids are they are seeing epidemic young the younger generation. i tweelted out a photo of of my own slouching. rick reichmuth. the neck pain, the crank in the neck. going to breathe. send us your photos this morning on instagram and use the hash tag fox slouch if you catch what -- if you catch one of your spouses or something out there just using -- take an unwitting photo of them and send it to us. >> if you are catch one i don't have you are spouses that suggests you are engaging in polygamy and that is criminal. >> put anchor fox slouch clayton, tucker. >> i sent mine. in i have got that out of the way.
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>> i have had a lot of back pain this week right up there and i'm wondering that f. that is. i am constantly trying to stretch it out. who knows. take a look at the weather maps. it was three weeks ago that we had this incredible destructive flooding in the bolder area. take a look at the mountains right there in the front range boulder, incredible snow and cold temperatures. people are still dealing with a destruction and the clean up. now you have to deal with incredibly cold air. 32 degrees right now. today getting up to about 55. but it makes for a spectacular along the flat irons right there in boulder. so, thank you, holly for sending that. in keep sending pictures. i'm rick reichmuth on twitter. put them on my facebook page and i will show you. talking this week about tropical storm karen. threat of a hurricane. this map right here where you see that on the left. that kind of a brown color. that is dry air. hurricanes and tropical storms don't like dry air. that activity you see off
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to the right there. that's what thunderstorms there are. but they are not together. that means i think we are going to see this storm. it's already down to a 40 mile-per-hour storm. and we will probably continue to weaken. bit of a rough couple days with some rain and maybe a tiny bit of storm surge across the central gulf. they can handle it though. send it back to you guys inside. >> thank you. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. women battling cancer have one less thing to worry about cleaning their home. >> nonprofit organization cleaning for a reason provides free home cleaning for women with cancer. here is the president and founder of that organization debbie. this is huge, it seems to me. so you are taking up the slack for women who are being treated for breast cancer by cleaning their homes? >> yes. we started this nonprofit several years ago to help women who were battling cancer get their homes cleaned completely for free. >> i love the story behind this. what moved you to try to do this? >> well, i owned a cleaning
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service in dallas and i do cleaning business consulting. i took a phone call from a woman who called just to ask for a quote for services. and she told me she couldn't afford it at that time. she wasn't working. she had cancer i made the decision that day in my company we would give away free cleaning to any woman who called for help and told us she had cancer. >> given back to the rest are of the family too. it has got to be so tough on them as well. watching mom go through all of this. how does it work exactly? you say you started several years ago. not just one made service? >> well, since then in 2006. i turned it into a nonprofit. we recruit made services all -- maid services all across the country. so far we have given away over 14,000 free cleanings. we have a thousand maid service was in the program. what we are doing because of breast cancer awareness month is suwannee river and -- swiffer and wal-mart have partnered with us to get the word out about this
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service. >> this is a swiffer you brought in here. here is a look at it on your screen as well the photo as well. it's a pink swiffer. >> pink swiffer. you can find pink swiffers in wal-mart stores across the nation. they have gone pink specifically to help us get the word out. because we need more maid services and we would like to help more women. >> it's also a good color for a swiffer? >> it is. it's a great color. everyone loves pink. everybody is thinking about breast cancer during this time of the year. this service is available for any woman with any type of cancer. >> so wear pink and support cancer as well. you brought along a bracelet. >> i brought along a >> if people donate money what web site. >> go to cleaning for a reason.org. click on donations. or if they are a cancer patient. they can apply there. >> nice to see you this morning. >> thank you. thanks for having me. >> up next on the rundown. the president cancels travel plans this week because the government shutdown. is he getting too involved or not involved enough?
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how did president clinton handle this shutdown in 1996? we will take a closer look at that. >> just like a scene straight out of a hollywood thriller. attempting to kidnap a man right from his car. so, exactly what's going on with all of this? and it saved somebody's life. we are going to be showing you the pictures and showing you the story coming up.
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negotiate. too little too late? joining to us discuss is g.o.p. strategist karen nuple. >> great to be with you tucker. >> let's go back to the 1996-'9 a government shutdown under president clinton. did president clinton show more initiative in negotiating then do you believe than president obama is now? >> absolutely. the thing that is really different this time around is that nobody is talking. back in '95, '96. there were constantly talking constant meetings going on there was a lot of conversation back and forth between the white house and the capital that's just not happening this time. >> is the strategy pretty clear in this case. the obama white house believes the government shutdown helps the democrats. so they have no incentive to negotiate, do they? >> well, that may be true. but i think there is something a little different going on much the last time the president sat down in the speaker the democrats weren't too happy with how that turned out.
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they basically said to him stay out of the room. we don't want you in the room. so, i think that might be what's really going on here. >> well, every moment we are talking about the government shutdown, we are not talking about the disaster of obama care and its rocky implementation this week. that's got to help the white house, no? >> well, i don't know that this whole thing helps them much one way or othe other because what is now really happening is the whole debt ceiling debate coming is really what's going to start hurting here because if the markets start reacting next week which i think they will, it's really going to be bad for the when we. and -- for the economy and the president is going to the bear the brunt of that burden. >> you think the public will take a look at that time that debate and say the white house is responsible for this? yeah, i think they are going to take a sharst hit. he is the president he has to start leading the conversations here. that's what presidents do. he has all the tools. he has the oval. he has camp david. he has the helicopters and
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the plane. he has the tools to bring people together and start the conversation. up until now he says i'm not going to talk. >> camp david being the president's vacation home which is open while your national parks are closed. karen necessary sell thanks so much for joining us. >> >> thanks. >> god bless america signs or face a fine. hear from one veteran who has been affected by this straight ahead. plus, he has got more than 3 million followers on twitter. pope francis is ready to share his photos now. where the pontiff is heading next. we will tell you. (coffee being poured into a cup.) ♪ save your coffee from the artificial stuff. switch to truvia. great tasting, zero-calorie sweetness from the stevia leaf.
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>> 52 minutes past the hour. residents in maul town in florida were given a god bless america sign from a small church fourth of july holiday. they left it in their front yard too long. on wednesday they were told by the city to take the signs down saying they were in violation of a city ordinance. residents, including veterans are up in arms about it. a retired staff sergeant of the u.s. national guard. one of the people told to take down his sign and he joins us this morning to talk about it. emit. nice to see you this morning. what did you feel when you were told to take down this sign? >> well, thank you for having me. and i would like to make a statement first because i am here as a private citizen. and i feel that this has been an indictment that the city of barto. this whole incident could have been avoighted with a simple phone call or walk across the street.
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and i feel very badly for the city of bartow because it certainly doesn't represent our city in a very he great light. and it's just not true. >> the city is actually known for its patriotism nationally and for the celebrations that go on for the fourth of july holiday. it does seem a bit ironic. we have heard from the city manager and i want to get your thoughts on this. it is clear some recipients of the notices have interpreted them that their message of god bless america is in violation of city code. this inat the interpretation is not the case. sign not the message. not citation and therefore do not carry any fine or penalty. emit, what do you say to the city manager there? >> well, i know george long personally, and that may be
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true at this point in time but that's not what the people were told when the citations were issued. and i personally was not issued one. but i do have a sign in my yard. >> why does this personally offend you, imette? >> well, it offends me for many reasons one, it's an infringement on our first amendment rights and, secondly. as you stated earlier, bartow is a very patriotic conservative town and like i said, it why are we protecting the constitution and then denying the right to enjoy it? >> well, and you are not alone in this either, emit. a lot of people in the city are thinking about going to the commissioners meeting on monday night. what do you think needs to be done? what should be changed?
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>> well, i'm sure that it will be approached in a civil manner i have a great deal of respect for our city administration. and from my viewpoint, we will ask that the ordinance be amended to allow the signs. >> yeah, after all, you are paying taxes. it is your property to be able to put up a sign on your property in any sign you want seems like it's out of the city's hands. imette we appreciate you joining us from tampa. thanks so much. good luck. >> you are quite welcome. thank you for having me. >> 56 minutes after the hour now. coming up on "fox & friends." thought the recent irs scandal was the biggest of its abuse of power? turns out it was just the tip of the iceburg. make the filmmaker that's exposing the agency. >> while the white house and congress continue to exchange punches, members of the greatest generation are still being forced to barricades of the world war ii monument.
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which may cause kidney problems. if your pill isn't giving you the control you need ask your doctor about non-insulin victoza®. it's covered by most health plans. >> so nice to see you here. it is saturday, the fifth of october, 2013. i'm anna kooiman, we begin with a fox news alert. while you were sleeping, wild weather sweeping the nation. tornadoes leaving behind a path of destruction, autumn snow storm turns deadly. what about the tropical storm? we're tracking all you can expect today. >> and sorry, we're closed. just a few days after opening for business, the obama care web site is shut down for what the white house is calling routine maintenance. >> get ready for more pope self-yes selfies, he is --
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the pope is cheating. because is having someone else take photos for him. is he not doing a selfie, "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> oh, good morning. >> good morning. how is everyone? how are you guys doing? >> 8:00 on the east coast. anna kooiman good morning. >> good morning. tucker carlson, clayton morris, we have had plenty of coffee. >> have we? i don't know if we have yet. >> how many is that? i saw you pour another cup. >> last week, it's hard to top national coffee day last weekend i think we had 10 cups by the end of the show talking like this. >> voltaire drank 50 a danchts i bet he had withdrawal headaches too. 50 people hurt overnight after a powerful tornado ripped through neernl nebraska. massive damage now left behind in the town of wayne.
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>> that tornado was part of a system that spawned twisters in several other states. >> and before there were tornadoes, the storm was just a simple blizzard. 33 inches of snow fell in parts of south dakota and wyoming. in nebraska, sadly three people were killed in a crash from snowy conditions there. rick has been tracking this storm, which is changing by the minute. hey, rick. >> snow beginning to taper off a little bit today. still some severe weather threat. not as bad as yesterday though which is certainly good news. that snow is going to go down in places like rapid city as one of your biggest snow storms possibly, at least in the top five that you have ever had across that area. very crazy for this time of year this earlied in the season. we do get severe weather though in the fall. not as significant as in the spring but get the similar types of setups have the cold air coming down from the north and still that warm and muggy area to the south. that's what the setup was yesterday and severe storms moved through northeastern parts of nebraska. as it did bringing two big cells that had tornadoes with them going from stanton up through wayne
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and that cell you see down to the south both of those tracked on both sides of the sioux city area and unfortunately not going right downtown sioux city you see both of those continuing to drop' off those tornadoes. a rough night that we had last night. today we still have the threat for severe weather. it's from parts of wisconsin all the way down through parts of the lower ohio river valley and in towards that mid mississippi valley. what we see today will be more in the terms of severe winds and hail but we can't rule out an isolated tornado. we won't see any of those long track tornadoes like we saw yesterday. other storm is tropical storm karen. earlier we thought there might be a threat for it to get to hurricane strength before it makes landfall. not going to happen at all. in fact, all of the activity here has been pulled away from the center of the storm. the center of the storm way over here and all the activity this way. when they are apart like that, that does not bode well for any kind of strengthening. guys, i think we are going to be spared again this tropical system turning into nothing. >> after super storm sandy
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lacy year. >> late october. not done just yet. >> check all your predictions too. did you predict a heavy hurricane season. >> we did. predicted a really active one. all of the indicators indicated active season. one thing the amount of dry air that was off the coast of africa. you can't really predict that and thane hinted all of the activity all season long. >> forget the groundhog i will ask you from now on what's going to happen. >> that might be a better idea. seven years. >> i figured it out. four minutes after the hour and other stories making headlines today. hoping to sign up for obama care this weekend? think again. the web site is down for repairs. this after a less than stellar debut on tuesday with millions of consumers complaining of glitches. web managers say the site will still provide general information but not allow enrollment during off peak weekend hours. the obama administration is not releasing numbers on how many people successfully enrolled in the first week. and brand new video now of how tense it was on capitol hill just moments before the woman was shot and killed by police.
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[sirens] >> oh my -- >> you see a police cruiser just slamming into a barrier while responding to the scene on thursday. mean while, homeland security officials saying 34-year-old miriam carrie was delusional believing president obama was trying to communicate with her through radio waives. carrie led police on a chase after trying to plow her car into a white house barricade. her 1-year-old daughter was in the car with her. she has been placed in protective custody. a gitmo prisoner now a free man because is he considered no threat? ibrahim was captured with al qaeda fighters in 2001 and sent to guantanamo bay. he suffers from schizophrenia and diabetes. after more than a decade behind bars he has been released because officials say is he too sick to be a threat. he reportedly will return to his native sudan. all right, well, get ready for some pope selfies, pope francis is now on instagram. the pontiff already has a
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big presence on twitter are more that be 3 million followers. the vatican hopes to use instagram with another way to connect with people. as of this morning, he had more than 6,000 followers. and those are your headlines. >> all right. thank you. our producers wants to try to ban the word selfie. it's not going to happen. >> i'm on his side. >> it is pretty ugly. you know who is not and you know who is on my side sitting next to me is governor mike huckabee host of fox news channel. >> thank you for not saying its ugly. >> no, no. you are a handsome devil. >> you said something on our hair i think it was last -- on our air last week. you said it would be stupid to shut down the government. media seems to be be pointing blame clearly at republicans for this shutdown. republicans saying this is all the obama administration's fault. we tried to compromise it's their fault. who is to blame and what does the backlash look like. >> obama has been totally unwilling to even allow
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things to go ahead and lou things to open back up. in politics, reality is not reality. perception is reality. the perception is that the republicans shut the government down. here is my bigger colonel. the reason why i thought it was ridiculous thing to do. we were headed towards october 1st, the launch towards obama care, another disaster. the referendum of obama care election of 2014. right there in the nic of the moment, the republicans took the news, turned it into a rescue rope and pulled the democrats out of the fire and allowed them to change the subject from obama care to a shutdown for which they get blamed. >> you think that if the government had not shut down and we had spent this last week talked about the flawed implementation of obama care that the public would have a clearer sense of what a disaster this program is. >> absolutely. the story of the week was not obama care. it was the secondary story. the incredible glitches. the cost overruns, that was buried down on page b 4. what we had was shut down.
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now, i think the shutdown has been handled ridiculously by the white house and the democrats but it doesn't really matter. as the polls show people are just mad at everyone. the republicans had an advantage and they lost the advantage by the manner in which they played the game. >> do you think there is a potential the longer that the shutdown goes on that it will actually back fire against president obama and the democrats? isn't the president supposed to be the adult at the room at the table who is supposed to get everyone on common ground? >> absolutely, anna. the key of the executive whether the president, the governors, they all have to understand that they're the ones that bring people to the table and say guys, come on, let's work this out. he has no interest in working it out. look i have said this all the time. the democrats wanted a shutdown. they needed a shutdown. and as much as they may not believe in public prayer, they prayed for a shutdown. it was their rescue. they needed this to happen and it did. >> senate majority leader harry reid taking to the floor talking about decorum and the rules of order on the senate floor saying
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this is completely out of order. this is completely out of line harry reid doesn't appear to be budging or moving towards a compromise either on the senate side. >> harry reid has blocked every house bill. it would have opened up all the national parks and museums that would have fully funded national guard and reserve units. in other words, let's not make this painful to people who have nothing to do with our inner conflicts in washington. but and i think you guys have pointed it out. the white house needs this to be painful. they have purposefully gone out and said to world war ii veterans average aide age in wheelchairs. you can't come to the memorial. shut down the cemetery in normandy. insult for people who for a year and a half ago go and pay tribute to these incredible heros pay their lives so we are living free today and not speaking japanese or german. this is absurd. >> now the white house, the administration has told military chaplains on contract.
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roman catholic chaplain minister to our troops that if they volunteer to minister to the troops to say the liturgy they could be arrested. >> it's gone from being a hard ball political game to being outrageous affront to basic human decency and liberty. >> let's look ahead because this is infuriating so many of our viewers this morning. when you think of all the big programs we have to get to, talk about immigration. we were talking about trying to cut some of these run away entitlement programs. >> the president admitted that he was able to come to the table and work on all of that. it that just dead? >> the atmosphere is toxic in washington i don't see all of that happening. the tragedy is this. the president has this attitude i'm not going to negotiate with congress. because they are not going to get what they want. they are not going to get anything. >> politics is about not getting everything you want. but if you want to have the approach of i want it all and i want it now, you get nothing and you get it forever. i think sometimes the republicans have played that game foolishly, but
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the president is playing that game. the idea that i don't have to work with the congress. basic constitution 101, they are a third branch of government equal to his branch of government. part of the reason the framers created this very awkward cumbersome, even sometimes disgusting system is so that one person, ie a president, couldn't just run over the elected representatives. >> that's exactly right. >> let's keep looking down the line. october 17th is not far away from that debt ceiling and we're learning from the treasury wouldn't be long before we get behind on our bills. what does that look like? >> i think the president on this one. i have to say the president is right. is he right about the debt ceiling. now, let me be clear. the 2006 version of president barack obama, when he said just continuing to raise the debt ceiling without any thought about how much money we are borrowing from the chinese, he said it was irresponsible and unpatriotic. so, i think that president or that barack obama was probably more accurate than the barack obama who says
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i'm not going to negotiate anything. it's going to be my way or the highway. and i think maybe he will get the highway. >> you can give us just in 15 seconds you're john boehner what do you do next? >> i think they are now already halfway through the river. no point turning around. keep swimming, you don't have a choice. you put yourself there and hold the line. and don't surrender, even though the debt ceiling without some serious spending cuts because there is no point in a white flag at this moment. >> all right. who do you have coming up on the show? >> we have jason result myer one of the democrats who lost his seat because of obama care. james lancaster ford will will -- lank ford and scott brown's daughter an amazing country singer going to be singing a very lovely patriotic song. >> very tall by the way. >> i will stand on a box. >> governor huckabee, the huckabee show is 8:00 p.m. on the huckabee show. great to see you. >> thanks.
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>> the irs targeting scandal broke our next guest was not surprised. >> >> hundred years and evergrowing government has crept into every facet of our lives. our businesses, our homes, our churches, our charities, even our healthcare. >> not surprised but he did wanted to do something about it. so he made a film called "unfair, exposing the irs." joining us now is one of the producers. also a radio talk show host craig bergman. >> nice to see you, craig. >> nice to be here on "fox & friends." >> a lot of people talk and get fired up about this and they don't do anything about it you decided to do something about it? >> next april 15th is the 100th anniversary of you having to pay a direct tax to your government. we thought it was time to bring that debate to the american people as a result of these scandals that have broken and say enough is enough. let's start the abolitionist movement against the income tax and the irs. >> you know, first of all, thank you for doing that it's so frustrating watching this scandal which
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seems like the signature scandal of the administration using the irs to crush the president's political enemies and it's slipped beneath the waives. the president doesn't seem to have paid a penalty for this. >> that is the sad thing. he probably won't pay a penalty. we should move on from that issue and get he it to the political realm. everyone in politics talks about babies and guns. and you have an issue on those no matter what side you are on. we want to bring the tax policy into clarity. usually tax debate is boring. it's about numbers. it's about percentages. we want to make the moral case that it is unamerican to. violate first, fourth, seventh, eighth amendment rights on this system. >> have you been oa 32-day bus tour. visited 28 states. i don't know if you have upped that number so are fall. what are you seeing when you are out there talking to people. >> we are getting the stories. it's not just conservatives and political enemies and tea party. people who adopt children are audited more often than others because they assume well, if you have the money
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to do that you probably made a mistake. let's go after you. they are abusive and violent with it. rightere is the bus we have now. big unfair bus that's going around this country. >> i think more unfair living in washington i can say most people realize. people who are politically well-connected really do get a break in the tax code. carried interested interest being a perfect example. people get carveouts not everybody pays the same taxes. >> they don't. what we want to do is bring that debate to the simple. are you for the old system or are you ready for something new? >> that is movie drives home. >> that's the message. we are making the moral case against it not all the numbers. not the boring tax stuff. this will be a fun documentary and engaging documentary and really educate people from a heart position. >> thank you for doing this. when can people see it? >> april 15th, we hope. tax day 2014. >> perfect. we are going to need some good news on that day and this good news is this documentary may outline exactly how bad the problem is thank you for joining
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one of the most attention seeking felons does not want cameras in the courtroom. see if she will get the death penalty for the murder of her boyfriend travis alexander. small portuguese village hope to solve the 2007 disappearance of little madeleine mccann. anna? >> long time coming. 24 minutes after the hour. one of the sure fire ways to relationship disaster. a new survey finds that 50% of americans will steer clear of someone if they talk too much about their acts. so, if you want to get up on the right foot, what topics are okay to talk about on first dates and what ones should be avoided. diana if a zone and dating coach john keegan. good morning, guys. >> good morning. >> first dates. john start with you. what's okay? >> what's okay is talk about your interests and passions. what you are into. you don't need to be a maniac tony robbins but be able to share what you love to do. what your point of view of the world is. and you want to keep it
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positive. >> and, what do you think? i mean, you want to talk about your family i imagine? >> presenting your best self-here. you don't want to be debbie downer and make the person snooze and go why am i here? >> a lot of people find their identity in their job is that a good topic to talk about or is it too much? >> it's fun especially if you have a really interesting job. fun to share about it a lot of times it becomes too boring. you want to be able to be like who am i going to be with you. >> going to be going to dinner with you traveling with you in the park with you. you want to get more into these kind of things. >> don't give your resume that can be a snooze fest, too can't it? >> it can. >>. so things we don't want to talk about. we mentioned our ex 50% say if you talk too much about your ex, you are getting kicked to the cush quick. >> i dividing religion, politics. see if you like each other
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as people first. dating is about romance. so many people think it's about really giving a resume. you are looking for a life partner possibly. but you don't have to lose the element for falling for one another. >> john, what if something is a deal breaker. what if you are are a hard core democrat or liberal or democrat or conservative, rather, that's a deal breaker for you or your religion, you are jewish and imnot marrying someone who is not jewish. should you talk about it b. that if you that is a deal breaker. >> that's happened to me. do i like this person as a person because extreme points of view really block us from getting to know each other. it's like let's find that out and maybe we will end up breaking these rules anyway. if you are somebody who is really stuck in an old kind of traditional way dating in your circles. >> for the post part agree on everyone we have talked about how long do you wait to text or call? diana, go? >> being the woman, i would have to say that if someone really likes me, i want to
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get a text or call saying i had a good time even if it's directly after the date. >> john? >> that being a man what we learn is that we get some really negative feedback on that and one is the woman -- a lot of women will be this guy, he wants me too much. i'm on to the next thing or is he being too needy and it's a little scary. it's better for a guy to give a little space and build tension for the woman. not wait too long but maybe a day or two. it's not like disrespectful realm. >> real quickly you guys also say that when you get somebody phone number you shouldn't text them too much initially before the first date. >> once again, tmi. just want to make plans. you want to find out where you are meeting and maybe a hi, how are you? that's it. a confirmation if you are going out the next day and leave it be. because you will fall into that slippery slope of what we are talking about too much information. >> guys, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> 27 minutes after the hour. next on the rundown, shocking new details this morning on that biker road
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>> i could watch this all day. it's your shot of the morning. going to get you moving all morning. these two guys dancing behind unsuspecting shoppers at the mall. as you can see, most of them had no clue it was happening. i have seen teenagers, middle schoolers do stuff like this and have a good time. these are are middle aged guys makes it so much funnier. >> a lot of unemployed people don't find useful things to do. this is. >> you guys have. especially if it goes viral. they will get all kinds of money for this love cargo pants. reminds me of the night behind the rocks burry. "saturday night live" skit will ferrell. [ laughter ] >> it's a little creepy. >> that's a little creepy when you spy up that way. 32 minutes past the hour. take a look at obama care. this is the first week of obama care being implemented of course. on the web sites that you can visit. it was a bit of a disaster. trying to log in a disaster. that's right. if you have been paying
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attention to the government shutdown and the closure of the u.s. parks and the world war ii memorial, you may have missed the fact that obama care arrived with a thug. go to the obama care facebook page, you will find it filled with users upset with the new law, take a look at some of these comments. this is from robin who writes on the facebook page, quote: after not being able to get on for the last four days, i decided i'm not going to participate in any way. if the irs tries to levy a tax or penalty on me i will file a petition in tax courts with tens of millions of other americans. >> still not working though did i get 173 emails from healthcare.gov. truly a horrible experience. i wonder if i can get enrolled before december. >> james writes, mr. obama, tear down this web site. >> mr. obama! >> why isn't this site broken down by state instead of having the entire world trying to go on to one site? what genius thought this would work? >> and a i was worried about the government spying on me?
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they can't even get this right. >> that's a great point by the way. >> you can just feel the frustration. these are by the way the people wanted to try to sign up for obama care routine maintenance. >> they say at least off peak hours over the weekend. but, still, if you are trying. having a hard time as is demonstrated by these people. >> we had a number of people telling the administration this wasn't going to work, right? that you can't build this type of a thing and roll it out on one day and not think that you are going to have some kind of issue. look at amazon.com. even on the days and weeks leading up to christmas. you know how their web site gets hit. they have got all kinds of backup systems in place at amazon.com. president obama saying this is going to be as easy to do as going to amazon and buying a new tv. >> keep in mind that obama care passed three years ago now. there has been an awful lot of time. this was not a surprise. they knew this day was
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coming and they were unable to get their act together in time anyway. what does this tell you about their attempt to take over one fifth of the american economy? they are not competent. >> what does it tell you that they have to sign up for this? they have to do it. trying to get on there. report a guy getting off cobra payments. he got up early in the morning because he was going to get up off peak hours he spent over six hours trying to just log on. he couldn't get past the welcome screen. >> do you know who does not have to sign up for this congress? they carved out an exemption for themselves because why should they live by the laws they pass? >> that one year delay is southbounding better and --ter to a lot of sounding better and better to a lot of americans. more headlines, brand new photos out of the moment it was just taken the moment that it was right after that road rage beating that we have been showing you all week. one photo shows the driver of the suv lying on the
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ground after he was beaten. the other photo shows his wife and daughter looking on. remember, they were in the car when all of this went down. police are hoping that these pictures can help folks identify more of the bikers involved. and we are learning that at least one of the undercover cops there, was or one of the people in the motorcycle gang was an undercover cop but didn't intervene because he says he didn't want to blow his cover. that's new out this morning. and also last night, the man you see smashing his helmet into the suv. 38-year-old reginald chance turns himself into police and now in custody. the other suspect 28-year-old christopher cruz is also in custody. cruz was caught on camera starting the entire incident. >> a fugitive witness wanted for questioning in the aaron hernandez murder case is captured by u.s. marshals. alexander bradley appeared in court friday after being found in his girlfriend's home earlier in the day. he skipped town this summer and that was before testifying about a double homicide case linked to the
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former football star. bradley is the same man who filed a lawsuit against hernandez for allegedly shooting him in the face outside of a nightclub in february. hairstylists have been known to work miracles but never like this. >> well, there is something terribly wrong. you need to get in there. >> here is what happened. she saved her client's life by paying being persistent. the regular, who is a senior citizen there, at the store, was a no show for a hair appointment last week. the stylist called the client's neighbor to check on her. >> tried the front door and then they went around to the back, tried that. it was open. so i went in, and yelled out for her and she answered back that she was at the bottom of the stairs. >> the woman had been lying there for nearly 29 hours. paramedics say she had severe dehydration and wouldn't have made it through the night if they hadn't found her. those are your morning headlines. >> thanks, let's head outside to rick reichmuth
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now look at indian summer i'm calling it. 81 degrees now in the city? come on. >> upper 70s. we were 8 a or 86 this week. i mean, humid. so it fully felt like summer. it's not going to last. enjoy it now and take a look at where that is not the case. go out across parts of the black hills. take a look at the weather maps. releasing the brunt of this big snow storm. this is a picture coming in to me from sharon in rapid city. you are 32 degrees there right now. still, the blowing snow around, and today you are going going to get up to 38 and additional snow. although i think what additional snow you see is going to be an inch or so. i would rather be seeing fall pictures right now. so much nice fall pictures and been showing you snow which is crazy. send fall pictures rick reichmuth on twitter. or put them on facebook page and i will show you those throughout the weekend. snow storm you see still across the person part of south dakota, it's higher he will occasion there seeing more of that snow. also in towards part of north dakota. the severe weather is on the eastern side of this.
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that's where we have got the cold front now pulling through across parts of arkansas and in towards missouri. that's whereas the day heats up we will see a little bit of severe weather. that's also where you see the temperature difference. can you exactly see where that cold front is is 64 today for a high in kansas city and 90 in memphis. very much still summer. that right there is what is left of tropical storm karen. it's a 40 mile-per-hour wind storm at this point. and, in fact, we will see if it remains even tropical status over the next day or so. but a little bit of rain moving in across parts of the central gulf. no huge concerns and that's great news. all right, guys, send it back to you inside. >> thank you, rick. earlier anna introduced us to u.s. marine sergeant greg karen. >> in november of 2011, he was severely wounded when an ied exploded. he lost both of his legs below the knee. >> the organization building homes for heros decided to gift him a home outfitted specifically for his injuries. last week he got to move in, and i was there. >> double amputee sergeant
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greg karen is now enjoying the dream house he recently toured me around during the construction process. >> the open floor plan just itself is going to be a lot easier for me to get around in my wheelchair. >> how clutch is this elevator for you and your interviews? >> it's huge. especially when i get older. i'm going to be in this house for the rest of my life. >> sergeant karen made sure i got my hands dirty too. thanks for building homes for heros. sergeant carrie and wife nina are moved in after receiving a proper hero's welcome. >> welcome home. >> thank you. >> this is the opportunity for us to start the new chapter in our lives. we are ready as long as we are together. >> it's finally here. today is the day. and we are excited. >> inspired after 9/11, and founded in 2006, building homes for heros is growing quickly. they plan to give 25 homes next year. homes like this one mean a new lease on life for wounded veterans.
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>> give opportunity for him to be more independent. i couldn't imagine having to rely on someone all the time. myself, i can't wait for the shower. you know, the roll-in shower. i'm very excited about the man cave. i can't wait. >> i'm excited about the man cave. >> i haven't seen it in a little bit. i'm anxious to see the final product for sure. football is here. it's perfect timing. ♪ ♪ ♪ o say does that star spangled >> this is landmark day in ellington, landmark day in our country. i would like all of you to know for so many, over 200 companies that jumped in, nearly 1,000 volunteers, that we all share equally in this special gift. >> the organization relies on donated time, labor, and supplies. even greg and his dad gave a helping hand.
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>> a lot has been said today, but let's just say. this welcome to your new home. [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] >> it's a dream come true, really. once again, thank you to everybody that participated in this event. and built this beautiful home. thank you. really. >> i mean, all the right people are inside. [ laughter ] >> and such a humble guy, too. i'm interviewing him he is going i don't even know why i deserve. this i said are you kidding me? you have done so much fighting for our freedom and the injuries you are having to deal with another really neat thing about sergeant karen is he planning to become a general contractor for building homes for heros. >> i love that man cave. >> sergeant, i know you are watching right now. these guys want to come over for the barbecue.
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>> well it's day five of the government shutdown. vettel being shut out of the world war ii memorial. rnc has offered to pay to staff and have the memorial open democrats said no, called that a stunt. what is going on in washington? joining us now in the chairman of the republican national committee ryan priebus. thanks for joining us this
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morning. >> good morning. >> i'm confused. why would it take any money to keep the world war ii memorial open? it's an open air memorial. why are they closing this in the first place? any idea? >> it's hard to know, tucker. they are actually closing the grass, too, by the way around the mall. so, if you want to know how extreme it's getting. what we looked at we tried to calculate through the park service what five guards would cost for 30 days. just making that estimate. i think they have spent more time though putting the barricades up around the world war ii memorial than they do guarding the memorial. i don't know what there is to guard, however, given the circumstances we offered $150,000 to will park service, they said hey we can't take it because there is a law says you can't do that my view is have congress write a law that says if private people want to pay money that would otherwise be paid for by the taxpayers, why not
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take the money? >> well, of course. this is in line with military chaplains who are prohibited under law from volunteering their services to our catholic military personnel. they could be arrested for volunteering. that's crazy. what is the rationale behind that? >> i don't know what the rationale is. but apparently there were lots of folks around the country that have offered to keep the the war 2 memorial. wasn't just the republic national committee. according to the parks service through the "the washington post," there is lots of folks that would pay money to help keep memorials open. i think would think that if this is the case, even after the shutdown is over, it will be over one of these days, that the congress ought to pass a law to allow private people to pay for things that otherwise would cost us money. i mean, it's insanity. >> let's just be honest. you know exactly what's going on here. >> sure. >> the white house is trying to torque up the pressure and punish the
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population trying to make the people suffer so they hope they will duane some kind of political advantage out of this. >> we have -- my son goes to school at st. peters on capitol hill. there is a little park across the street that no one is ever at, as far as security or governmental people. there is a toddler's swing set in this grassy area. and they have padlocked and chained the park shut for the government shutdown. i mean, the obama administration obviously wants to make this as painful as possible. we're passing bill after bill to keep memorials open, to keep wic open. to keep the nih open. they are going to vote everything down because they want to make it as painful as possible. this is what this is all about. >> instead of the ceasing let's give cell phones to vagrants program they shut down your kids' swing sets. thank you very much for joining us. >> you bet. >> 12-year-old arrested for bullying his classmate. did the cops go too far or does the punishment fit the
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this is a story stirring up a whole bunch of controversy. a 12-year-old girl under arrest for bullying. she is accused of picking on her classmate so badly the girl considered suicide. the girl charged with disorderly
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conduct. did the cops go too far? fox news legal analysts. aresd, this is too far? >> yes. this is not a role for the police department. this is a role for educators, for professional whether child psychologist. this is a role for parents. remember those days? if you got in trouble, i would come home, my father would say go upstairs in your room, think about what you did then he would come up. he would take off his belt and whack me twice. i promise you, whatever activity i had done, i didn't do it again. that was it and it was over. there were no handcuffs. >> i don't know if he turned out all right. >> i have no criminal record. >> he is arguing for the parents and school administrators not to get involved. >> in this day and age, i don't think the cops have gone far enough. i agree if a kid bullies anybody, it's the parents' fault. kids don't teach themselves how to be jerks.
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they don't go to how to be a bully.com and learn the behavior. if you have a bully, the parents aren't doing their job. not only should the cops arrest this kid, she is going to get a slap on the wrist, disorderly conduct, arrest the parents and teach them how to do their job. >> only way to stop this was for the police to come in and stop the bully. >> we have a government shutdown. do we want to use resources on 12-year-olds or on people who are doing real bad things? >> the gi to commit suicide. she caused a 13-year-old kid to want to kill herself. >> the only other thing more fundamental, we don't want to start a culture where kids are used to the feel of metal on their wrists or if they didn't cuff her -- >> we don't want a culture of bullies either. >> you don't want kids to feel comfortable in the justice system.
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that should be a taboo. >> and they will be terrified enough they won't bully other children that they want to hang themselves in the closet after dinner. >> that is the job of educators and family. >> we see these shows "scared straight" where you have the police. >> this is an educational aspect. that is not you coming in and this kid's got a juvenile record. forget about the trauma of what she went through. she's the perp. a 12-year-old perp. >> if your parents are failing you that you're committing crimes, bullying, causing you to be a bad person, who better to step in than the police? >> the principal of the school. >> they've got 1,000 kids to worry about. arrest the parents. get the parents' attention. >> now she is shifting tactics. violation, shift of topics, 15 yards. >> goat arthur to the radiator
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hey there, good morning. it is saturday, october 5, 2013. we begin with a fox news alert. wild weather giving a punch to the northwest. tornados leaving behind a path of destruction and autumn snow, claiming at least three lives. what can we expect today? while the white house and congress continue to exchange punches, members of the greatest generation are still being forced to break barricades at the world war ii memorial. the latest on their fight straight ahead. she was by his side every step of the way during his presidential campaign. anne romney offering up what could be happening in washington
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right now if mitt had won. "fox and friends" hour four starts right now. welcome in on this saturday morning to "fox and friends." >> good morning. >> keep your photos coming of your terrible slouching. there is a new thing called i-pain. head craned down, neck pain. >> that's how we talk to each other. we never make contact. >> just tweeting. i can't stop myself. >> what is the hash tag again? >> fox slouch. send us photos. >> kind of like the harlem shake. it's the fox slouch. we do need to get to an extreme weather alert. incredible videos posted on youtube, a massive wedge tornado in wayne, nebraska, getting the
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most damage yesterday as a massive storm system passed over the great plains. >> national weather service says 17 possible twisters were counted yesterday. only six have been confirmed. at least 15 people have been hurt. >> this is the same storm system that dumped snow in parts of south dakota and wyoming. totals up to 43 inches. three people in nebraska were also killed in a crash on one of those snowy roadways there. just a mess. let's check in with rick stand buying. >> heavy wet snow also. for people out there shoveling, it's not that light fluffy stuff. it's the break-breaking heart attack stuff. people have to be careful. dangerous storm. snowfall totals are incredible. lead, south dakota, 44 inches, rapid city 29 inches. this is one of your biggest snowstorms that you ever had and we are in early october. to see this this early, unheard of. spectacular snow. still snowing across the western part of south dakota and into north dakota out to the eastern side of it is where we had the
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severe weather. the two sides to the same storm. yesterday the severe weather and today we'll see a little bit of severe weather again. i don't think we'll see large long-lived tornados like yesterday. anywhere you see the yellow from parts of wisconsin down towards arkansas and anywhere in between, the threat mostly for strong winds and hail. we'll continue to track that. be very cautious of the potential for severe weather. there's been so much other stuff going on, a significant santa ana wind event across southern california. winds 60 to 70 miles per hour. things are heating up in the canyon. the big fire danger. they are saying this is the worst fire danger they've seen across southern california in the last five years. >> and that's saying a lot. >> they get these events there. today and tomorrow conditions improve by monday. >> i flew into san francisco a week ago. there is just a massive wildfire. there is the fire. so common to see it this time of year. thanks. three minutes after the
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hour. we begin headlines with fox news alert a short time ago the military naming the four terrorists they say are responsible for last month's deadly mall attack. few details are known about them at this time. officials say they may have linked to other al qaeda operatives. al shabaab claiming responsibility for the siege that left nearly 70 people dead. the woman who was shot and killed in washington, d.c. on thursday may have been delusional. homeland security officials say merriam kerry believed president obama was trying to communicate to her through radio waves. the 34-year-old led police on a chase after trying to plow her car into a white house barricade. we are getting a better idea of the chaotic scene that was going on for all law enforcement around there during the incident. watch. this being taken by a bystander.
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you see a police cruiser slamming into the barrier while all of this is going on. all this going on as police are responding to that scene on california thursday. a prisoner a free man because he is considered no threat. he was captured with al qaeda fighters back in 2001 and sent to guantanamo bay. he suffered from schizophrenia and diabetes. after more than a decade he's been released because officials say he is too sick to be a threat. he will return to his native sudan. ladies, if you're trying to dress to impress the opposite sex, don't wear the following fashion fads. men hate women wearing leopard print, big earrings, big sunglasses and ugg boots. guilty. >> i agree with all of those. >> i do all of them. women hate men wearing pink jeans, girly scarves and fake
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tans. women would be less likely to accept a date if the man was poorly dressed. >> what guy would wear girly scarves and fake tans? >> that's like a preppie look. like you got off a yacht? >> sandals with socks. that is something i would never -- never say yes to. >> if you've been paying any attention to the news, you know the federal government is shut down. the president's golf course remains open and so does his weekend house. what is being shut down among other things is the sacrament. priests have been formed if they dare to minister to catholic members they could face arrest. that means saysing the liturgy, baptizing children. if they volunteer to perform these services for our catholic men and women in the armed services, they could be arrested
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and charged with a crime says the obama administration. >> here is what a spokesman for the arch diocese had to say about it. gs and contract priests who minister to catholics on military bases are not permitted to work, not even to volunteer and they risk being arrested. this is why moments ago house of representatives met momentarily to consider this bill deeming work by military chaplains to be okay because it would fall under the first amendment. >> what country is this? >> that we have to have this discussion on it. they metaphor a second bill on the day to consider doing back pay for the workers who have been furloughed. they are piece mealing sticking this together. >> shouldn't the obama administration have to explain, shouldn't jay carney have to explain whose idea it was to arrest military chaplains for saying the sacrament?
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>> they felt like their hands were tied because they couldn't get civilian volunteers to come in and do that. is this whole ploy by the obama administration, what critics are saying anyway, to make this shutdown hurt americans? it's going to turn on them and make their poll numbers go down. >> we'll find out 11:00 a.m. house republicans are going to hold a press conference and they'll blame democrats who are going to hold their press conference at 11:30 and will blame republicans. >> here what is we know for sure. there is a legal opinion issued by the obama administration, one of its executive branch employees, that you will be arrested if you say the liturgy if you're a catholic priest. that happened. >> further more, if you go into world war ii memorials which are closed to the public, they are erecting wire fences around
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these open air memorials, you will be arrested if you go on it. veterans who served on d-day can't go visit the world war ii memorial. >> maybe it's time for civil disobedience here. this is our government. >> park rangers are saying some of the private memorials like mount vernon, they've been asked to lay down the law. >> the french even may have commented on this. they said where is thomas jefferson? can someone wake him up because i don't know what is going on in america right now. the french are saying that about us this morning. we'll check in with washington. here is a story moving the dial over the internet. a biker beaten down for bumping into a member of a motorcycle gang that had taken over the west side highway the other day. over 1 behind men on motorcycles crowding the busy artery through manhattan. a man in a range rover driving with his wife and small child apparently bumped into one of
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these bikers. they bashed into the side of his car. two members of this motorcycle gang were new york city police officers who did nothing. they did not intervene or stop the beating. the question this morning is why. >> when you've got cameras all over the city and for a minor traffic violation you get pulled over in an instant here, the nypd do not fall asleep at the switch. when you have a situation like this where you're driving through the streets on the west side highway, people are saying it wasn't the west side highway. what was it? the hudson parkway. down into the city, cutting through the middle of manhattan, by the way. this morning we are learning that the bikers were outraged because he may have driven over the guy and may have killed him, but drove off 0. he didn't know, that's the accusation. he didn't know he drove over someone and ended up killing him. >> what would you do if you're this guy? you have your lovely young wife and small child in the back seat and all of a sudden you have
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what appear to be thugs how did he not take out more than just one of them in the first placthe exact same thing. sped off down, gone to a toll booth and say, hey, do you see what's behind me? call 911. i can't imagine not wanting to protect your wife and kid that way. >> the other thing is, alan edwards who is one of these bikers was arrested by nypd and now the manhattan district attorney's office is saying they are not going to be prosecuting at least in the here and now. they are not saying he is in the clear forever. >> if there is an argument for concealed carrying permits. it would be nice to defend yourself. >> not in new york city. who will get hit hardest by obama care? it's young people whose premiums are set to skyrocket over 200%. why would they want to sign up? >> caught on camera, a postal worker taking an easy way out, driving right across the front lawn of somebody's house to deliver the mail what happened
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a new report out shows how bad health care costs are going to rise under obama care. >> an average a healthy 30-year-old male nonsmoker will see his insurance option increase by 260%. >> do young americans, the ones who are funding obama care,
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actually want to be part of the program? let's bring in our guests. welcome to you both. >> katherine, this system doesn't work unless young people who really don't have many health care costs are forced to pay for the older and sick among us. >> right. at campus reform we are talking to young people talking about waste, fraud and abuse on campuses. unemployment rate for young people is so high. obama is admitting he is counting on them to pay for it and celebrity campaigns to distract. young people are saying it's going to take more than tweeting lady gaga to get us to fall for this. >> as you mentioned, the obama administration is using taxpayer dollars to promote obama care and make it seem like these young people need it. why don't they need it? >> the problem is it's not affordable for young people. as you mentioned for a healthy
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30-year-old on average, it's going to go up 200%. for people under 26, you might be able to stay on your parents' plan but it's going to cost your parents' plan. people don't have parents who can afford to add it. this bill is helping folks making $25,000 in retail. that's who you the hurts the most. delay this mandate. we can't expect to put one of the nation's biggest laws in recent memory and put it on the backs of young people. we have the highest unemployment since the great depression. >> you always read these polls, young people say we don't want government in our business. here is government getting right into your business, right in the center of it. are you noticing this? do you think it will affect voting patterns for people under 30? >> we are hearing it is going to. this is dependent upon young people. they need almost 4 billion young people to enroll to make this work. regardless of what anyone is doing, young people have the
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power to stop this. if they don't sign up, the law is not going to work. a lot of young people are feeling empowered by this. >> it may not be viable. ron, what's the deal? would it be better to pay the fine instead? >> remember the fine is not just $95. it's $95 or 2% of your income, whichever is higher. a lot of times it's higher than $ 5, talking $200 to $600 for folks in this range. that is a lot of money. that's why we have to delay the mandate. that's why what is happening in washington is so important. republicans need to fight for these voteable young people who will go bankrupt because of this law. they can't afford to pay the fine. they can't afford insurance. more than 3 million young people will have to pay $1,000 more because of these obama care exchanges. if they buy into the exchanges which aren't working anyway, they are going to have to pay $1,000. if you're working at burger king or a retail shop that doesn't provide health insurance, how do you come up with $1,000? >> the fines are still lower
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than the costs. those fines are going up. they will. thank you both very much. 18 minutes after the hour now. coming up on "fox and friends weekend" she may be the smartest football fan ever. >> who is the quarter for the seahaw seahawks? who is the running back? >> how does she do it? the pint-sized super fan. >> by his side every step of the way. up next, anne romney joins us. i'm phyllis and i have diabetic nerve pain. when i first felt the diabetic nerve pain, of course i had no idea what it was. i felt like my feet were going to sleep. it progressed from there to burning like i was walking on hot coals... to like 1,000 bees that were just stinging my feet.
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she was busy on the campaign trail with her husband mitt during his run for president. now anne romney is out with a brand-new book and it's not about politics. joining us us the wife of former governor of massachusetts mitt romney and author of her book "the romney family table" sharing home-cooked recipes and favorite traditions. good morning. >> good morning. >> i guess you're on a different campaign. you're all about spreading some lovely recipes. >> it's about home, it's about family and bringing people to the table. it's about those moments that i tried to capture that my mother and grandmother gave to me that feeling of security and just love that you feel from what you can do in the home. today we are going to demonstrate apricot coffee cake which was my really good friend sheila's recipe. a shout out to sheila because her recipe, we were tennis partners years and years and years ago. this is something that has
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become part of our family. >> that memory lives on. you say apricot, i say apricot. let's get going. >> this is the part where i like to involve my children and my grandchildren. when my children were younger, this is the part of the cooking i would do. we made the dough, put it in a springform pan. you open a jar of apricot jam, spread it around. you reserved a cup of the batter and made it more like a pastry dough by adding more flour to it. this is the part where the grandchildren get their fingers sticky. i love having my grandchildren get in the kitchen with me and get dirty and have fun with it. >> you have five sons and 22 grandchildren. >> 22 grandchildren. >> you say they are able to do all the taste testing for you. >> they are super. you just start laying the strips
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on and you'll make a crisscross. it's pretty darn easy. you put the crisscross on, bake it and end up over here. it is a family favorite. >> powdered sugar on top and you have a delicious apricot coffee cake. we serve it christmas morning, easter morning, favorite traditions. >> i guess you could do a room temperature or cold or warm? >> a lot of times it's eaten warm at my house because when it comes out of the oven, they are trying to eat it when the jam is still piping hot and burns their tongue. they like it warm, but it's very good cold, too. >> i imagine it smells so delicious in the kitchen. the idea behind the book is getting people behind the dinner table and to spend time together. fox news channel has been
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talking about the deterioration of the family and how that leads to teen pregnancy, violence and incarceration. how is the dinner table a great place to bring kids? >> it's a place where you have a safe environment. it's very important you bring children to the table and have those conversations. for my children, myself and my husband, when we sat down together there was conversation. the things we talked about, what's important in their life. what things happened to them in school. can we talk about the feelings they have? it teaches them how to communicate. they had to really argue a lot of times with us, have differences of opinion. >> learning debating skills. >> definitely. my husband deliberately will take a different position and have them defend that and have connections where they have to stand up for themselves and defend themselves. it's important to have those family moments. it's important for them to feel love and feel this is the safe place and the place where we are solid, we're together. this is important to us. you're important us to. we love you.
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i think the most important thing we communicated as a husband and wife is that we loved each other. then that translated and of course we love you children. that was really something that was important. >> as i was looking through this book, the pictures you see of the family and just the love that you share with your husband is so sweet and wonderful. i remember listening to the speeches at the rnc and crying because they were so beautiful. that was a side of your husband we didn't get to see so often. how hard has it been for to you see the state of the country, even us dealing with the aftermath of this shutdown? >> it's frustrating to me because i feel if mitt had been there we wouldn't be in this pickle, that we would have resolved things and gotten things done. it's always frustrating. the other frustration for me at the end of the campaign is people didn't really get to know who he was. of course, campaigns try to vilify the other person. you know that's part of the game. it's still a frustration. at the end of the day i wish people had known he was going to
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do something about this economy. he cared about everyday americans, wanted to make their jobs better. he is very upset there are so many young people underemployed or unemployed. he would like to see those kids employed and find a brighter future. >> we'll see if it gets people out to the polls in 2014. where can we find your book? >> everywhere, costco, target, amazon, barnes & noble. >> you are even lovelier in person. >> thank you. nor rain, nor sleet, nor front lawn. could this be the laidiezyiest person of all time. i want peacocks. peacocks? walking the grounds. in tuscany. [ man ] her parents didn't expect her dreams to be so ambitious. italy? oh, that's not good.
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it was a tie for best video of the day between this and the dancing kids at the mall. here is a postal employee taking the lazy way out, walking up to the front of the home, driving right on the lawn, drops the package off and drives to the next house. >> where is her uniform? >> i was outraged. look at this. >> it's more than a video. it's a metaphor. this is your government at work driving right over the sprinkler system. >> and the garden, too. >> much as my dad had me mowing the lawn three times a week growing up, i would be outraged at every piece of grass crushed.
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>> the drama surrounding the world war ii memorial after texas veterans found the barriers surrounding it wired together. >> this despite the fact national park service announced the memorial would remain open to veterans. >> make certain none of those dangerous 90-year-old veterans get into the memorial. good morning, todd. >> good morning, guys. a lot of activity out here. we have veterans from oregon and nevada that are out here being able to tour their memorial this morning. congressman michele bachmann, steve king was here and many of them like myselves, we brought our wire cutters just in case. there is at least one gate open here. everything else is still locked down, wired shut. i want to tell you about one of my favorite people though. congressman ralph hall. he's 90 years old.
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a world war ii veteran. he was on the committee that built the memorial behind me. when he found out that the texas veterans were coming down here and the barricades were wired shut, he grabbed his wire cutters, a bunch of other congressmen came down here and they were ready to commit an act of civil disobedience. the congressman tells me it's just not right. louis gohmer was here. they say this is knowing less than chicago thuggery. he said it's time for the president to stop this hissy fit. how did he happen to have a pair of wire cutters in his congressional office? he tells me after 38 years here at the nation's capital, he's got a little of everything at his office. he didn't have to use these or tucker you would have to bail me out this morning. >> i would be honored to do
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that, todd. >> thank you, tucker. i do want to add one other thing here this morning. we have congressman waldon here from oregon. his crew, they've got about 60 veterans that flew from oregon. they are honored to be able to tour this memorial. >> amen. >> thanks for the update, todd. >> put away the wire cutters. we have other stories making headlines this hour. are you hoping to sign up for obama care this morning? the website is down for repairs after than a less than stellar debut on tuesday with millions of consumers complaining of glitches. one manager says the site will provide general information but will not allow enrollment during offpeak weekend hours. obama administration is not releasing numbers on how many people successfully enrolled in the first week. a school bus driver in portland, oregon, is fired after a student catches him snoozing at the wheel.
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a 17-year-old noticed the driver dosing off for weeks. he decided to record it happening and share it with his parents and teachers. the transportation department fired that driver. residents in barto, florida, who had "god bless america" signs have been ordered by local officials to remove them. the signs were handed out during a fourth of july ceremony and sermon at the church there. what happens if they don't pick up the signs? they'll have to pay a minimum fine of $25 a day. retired staff sergeant of the u.s. national guard is one of the people told to take his sign down. he spoke to us earlier. >> why did we serve? why are we protecting the constitution and then denying the right to enjoy it? >> code an enforcement says its temporary sign ordinance dates back some 13 years. this may be the smartest
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little football fan ever. >> who is the quarter for the seahawks? >> russell wilson. >> the running back? >> marshawn lynch. >> kayley is a big fan. now instead of listening to bedtime stories, she learns a new player every single night. and that cute nighty she has on with the jersey. let's check in with rick for a look at the forecast. >> you know i might be getting a reputation because everybody always backs up soon as the camera starts on, they back up four or five feet. this microphone extends my arm so i can extend it farther out. happy birthday. >> thank you. >> visiting from jersey for your birthday. is it a big one? >> 65. >> awesome. happy birthday.
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take a look at the weather map since you're waking up this morning. we have been talking about tropical storm karen. we are not talking about it that much this morning. kind of turning into a lot of nothing. it's barely hanging on to tropical storm status. winds are at about 40 miles per hour. what we are going to see is maybe two to three inches of rain along the coastal areas. some rip currents across areas. even over towards texas. be careful if you're getting out there to swim in the oceans. if you've got a surfboard, a lot of people are taking advantage of this across the gulf. severe weather threat again today. that big system that brought the snow across areas of south dakota still snowing. that will taper off. we are going to see that severe weather today pull farther off to the east. areas of arkansas to the mid mississippi river valley through areas of the western great lakes looking for the threat, mostly for strong winds and hail. we can't rule out an isolated tornado. here are temps. cool across the rockies. still warm across parts of the east. that indian summer clayton is
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obsessed with is going on. >> it's the little things that get me through the morning. everyone is a photographer snapping pictures on their smart phones and uploading them to the web. should you always rely on your cell phone? matt, nice to see you this morning. people say the best camera is the one you have with you. most people have a smart phone with them. >> absolutely. camera can be even compact. you can carry a small camera like this with you. there are important moments. one of the things i always say, i own a camera store. people say of course you want people to carry a camera with you. we sell both. we have a big event for our cell phone today. we like both devices. there are certain moments when you need to have a camera with you. >> we are seeing commercials for the nokia phone which have zoom built into them. here is an example of two different photos. which one was taken with a compact camera versus a smart
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phone camera. the one on the top is far away. the one down here on the bottom is pretty tight. what's what? >> that was taken with one of the new blackberries and this was taken with this samsung galaxy camera. >> i played with this samsung galaxy camera. it has android built into the operating system. you can upload from the phone to the internet from there. >> that's right. there is no better device than this. it's got a 21 time zoom. >> it's a full frame camera. >> it zooms in. >> low light. this is a problem for cell phone cameras. i can bet taking a birthday party photo you want to get those great moments, that's got to be the cell phone camera. >> that is taken with an iphone. how many candles are on that cake? >> i can't tell. >> and the girl is lit well but you lose the family. >> then down here, looks like at least a longer exposure here. >> you are taking with a dslr
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and it's a faster lens. you're able to capture much better image. >> here is a football photo. i can tell the top one here, this looks like it's darn fuzzy. >> it was taken with an iphone. there's fast action there. the other problem with that picture, there are irrelevant things in the photo. you have the cart here. in the bottom photo when we go to that one, you can see the people's faces, the football players' faces and defocus the background which is an important technique. >> simple tips, crop a photo nicely, zoom in to make sure you're getting relevant stuff so you don't get the cart in the back of it. >> right. >> bottom line is, make sure you have a camera with you when going to the special moments and don't rely on the cell phone camera. >> cameras are not that expensive. these are the moments of your life. >> if people want more tricks and tips, where do they go? >> unique photo.com. we have a muscle car event today. come on by. >> thanks. coming up on the show, business owners call it a job
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they are waiting and seeing whether or not they are going to participate. you have to have more than 50 full time employees to be there. number one is if you don't have 50 full-time equivalent employees, and that's part timers as well as full timers, there is a formula. you don't have to worry about it. there is paperwork but you don't have to be required to have health insurance. that's number one. >> that is a sad solution that isn't good for the economy, that's for sure. >> it really is. i hear a lot of business owners saying i'm not going to grow my company past 50 employees, that is a sad statement. in is one way to get around obama care, not have more than 50 people. number two though, you could take what i call the mr. burns approach which is to say, i'm not going to provide health insurance at all. i have more than 50 people. i'll pay the penalty and the penalty will be $2,000 per full time person. less the first 30 people so there is a calculation you do. you just say to your employees,
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go out on the exchanges and get it yourself. even that $2,000 penalty would be less than what they are paying for health care. it's not a good thing for employees either, but it's an option for some employers. a lot of people are considering that. let me give you a third option that's been popular which is a hybrid. that is this. you say to your employees, we are not going to deal with obama care, we are not going to provide insurance and deal with the paperwork or bureaucracy. we'll tell you to go out and get your insurance yourself on the exchange. however, we are going to pay the penalty and we are going to bump up your paychecks so you get at least the amount of money you were getting from us before when we were providing health insurance. then you have the choice to go on the exchange and buy your own health insurance and decide what you want to do. a hybrid approach where the employer is still paying, paying the penalty, paying a little bit for your employees to get insurance. you're just avoiding all of the
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obama care regulation bureaucracy and all of that. >> it's amazing even paying a penalty and increasing salaries will still cost some less than complying with obama care. >> in many cases it will. if you're going to give your employees more money in their paychecks, you've got a tax effect. that will be taxable to them, as well. you have to be careful to that. another way is people are looking at the fine contribution plans. they are looking at setting up a formal plan for doing just that. that gets you away from any anti-discrimination practices or anything like that. those are the main four reasons that are out there for doing that. >> it's amazing what a drag on the economy all four of them are. a lot of them entail soaking taxpayers, in effect. >> yeah. in a way. the final thing i like to tell people as well, and it's a fifth reason is that you can always opt to get the minimum plan,
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which is the bronze plan. we'll hear a lot about that in the future. bear in mind a lot of small businesses right now, the ones that have more than 50 employees, they are giving plans right now equivalent to silver and gold level plans. we'll be learning more about that as obama care becomes more prevalent out in the marketplace. they are giving their employees good plans as it is and paying for them. a lot don't have to do that going forward. they can say, we are just going to have the minimum plan, the bronze plan. if you want to get more coverage, you're going to have to pay for it, which unfortunately is not helping the employee. it's helping the employer a little bit. >> the point is the overwhelming majority of americans have good health coverage already before obama care. gene marks, thanks for that. up next, lady liberty is closed. thank the shutdown for that. we've got a way to still see her. courtney scott is next with details on places that are open. [ male announcer ] campbell's homestyle.
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53 minutes after the hour. did the government shut downforce you to cancel your vacation to one of our national parks? >> don't worry. there are plenty of alternatives that have stayed clear of the shutdown and will provide you with a fun vacation. >> joining us the only person who could answer these questions, courtney scott. good morning. >> good morning to you. >> where do we go to avoid -- all of these parks are shut down. what's left? >> travellers are very resourceful and creative, and this is not going to ruin our travel plans. in maui, one of the parks is closed and that's where people love to go downhill biking.
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i recommend the road to hana. incredibly scenic and rugged road trip. you're passing through a rain forest, flowing waterfalls, scenic seascapes and end up in hana where you can lounge on the black sand beaches, and visit a tropical garden is nonprofit and publicly owned so it's opened. >> and they say pack a jacket for the end of it. and the dramamine too if you get motion sickness because there are so many curves. but this is a thing that everybody talks about with maui. >> it's one of the top things to do in maui. do not miss it. >> and a lot of people stop in san francisco before they go to hawaii. and i didn't realize this about the golden gate bridge, that it is privately owned so that's still open, but golden gate park around it, where you park to take photos of it, is closed. >> it's kind of tricky. the park is closed, so that includes alcatraz island and kbl any of the visitors centers.
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but the bridge is private so it's open. you can go across it. there are vantage points to take some great pictures and take in the grandeur of the bridge. i think instead of going to the muir woods, go to the botanical gardens. 8,000 different types of plants. instead of alcatraz islands, there are 10 different islands in the san francisco bay. you can go to angel island. the marin island. lots to do off the coast. if you want to kind of get out on the water. alcatraz isn't the only one. >> here in new york city, the statue of liberty island and ellis island are closed. so what's left? >> there are a couple of options to get to lady liberty. the staten island ferry gets you pretty close. but if you want a deeper understanding, all of the ferryboats offer cruises that give you a narrated history of the new york harbor and lady liberty. so that's a great option. if you want to get an alternative to ellis island, so
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many museums in new york really focus on the immigrant history. the italian american museum in little italy. chinese american museum, the ukrainian museum, and the tenement museum. definitely one of a kind experience. >> and the acadia national park is closed in maine, but you have some alternatives. >> lighthouse tours, fall foliage at its peak in a couple of towns. southwest harbor, bar harbor, kayaking through the islands. so much to do there. >> for more information, go to travelocity.com. great to see you. >> thank you. more "fox & friends" in three minutes. >> stay tuned. customer's not happy, i'm not happy. sales go down, i'm not happy. merch comes back, i'm not happy. use ups. they make returns easy.
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thank you so much for joining us this morning. courtney scott is here. she'll stick around for the after the show show and talk
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about more travel destinations. >> great. >> and tomorrow's show, what's really in your favorite beauty products? >> not so pretty. what you need to know. and also, beating the sunday blues and how to shed pounds on your lunch break. >> no lunch. that's the key. this is a fox news special presentation of the cost of re -- shutdown. what's up. now live from new york, neil cavuto. well, day five as the government is still shut down. today, though, we are open for business, asking simply, what's up? and whether these guys are any closer to a deal, because while the storm may be losing steam, well, this one is not. welcome, everybody. glad to have you on what it will be a very busy cost of freedom. i'm neil cavuto, where at this hour we could see a vote in the house that actually has support from both sides of the aisle, even the president of the united

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