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>> good morning. it is october 11th and day 11 of the government shut down. deal or no deal. while you were sleeping lawmakers of both sides of the aisle meeting. are we closer to a deal to end the shut down? >> hours from now hundreds of truck drivers will hit the brakes in the beltway. their strong message for congress and the president. >> are terrorists planning another 9-11 type attack? yes. according to a memo sent to u.s. airways by lot. frightening details about a dry run that has already been
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attempted. "fox & friends first" starts right now. co ♪ >> well, maybe you are on your drive to work early this morning or you are just waking up. regardless, thank you so much for joining us here on "fox & friends first". >> it is friday. >> we made it. i am heather childers. >> i am ainsley earhardt. a fox news alert. lawmaker vs have been burning t midnight oil and talks of a government shut down. >> doug luzader is live for us with the latest. >> can these guys really hammer out an agreement? the talks are going to continue at the white house.
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seems as though the ice was thawing, we have a long way to go. house republicans less the white house after a negotiating session with the president say the broader part of an agreement was taking shape. they would raise the debt ceiling the president would agree negotiating budget terms that could lead to reopening the government. it sounded like things were on track. >> if they were to send a clean debt ceiling extension, no partisan strings attached he would sign it. >> but then problems if the president was willing to deal senate majority leader harry reid was not rejecting that stage plan outright. >> republicans were clear they wanted to renegotiate. >> that's not going to happen. >> are are we back to square one? republicans are hopeful
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something will work out. >> the president said he would go and consult with the administration folks and hopefully we can see a way forward after that. >> we will see if a way forward comes up here. meantime we know the markets loved it. the dow soared more than 300 points. heather and ainsley. >> doug luzader we are going to talk more about that in the business angle now. >> absolutely. >> a debt ceiling deal has sent stocks sky rocketing. ainsley, such a good day yesterday. republicans say they want to extend the government's ability to borrow six more weeks. stocks rally. we are talking the biggest point game for the entire year. the blue chip adding 320 points.
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the s&p that00 are likely have in your money market. of the stocks that make up the s&p, just 11 were lower. nasdaq rising 2 and a quarter percent yesterday. rally in a big way. you can call the reaction relief rally or optimism they will get a an agreement but investors were exhaling as they watched money on the side lines this week pour back into the market. there's a measure that shows how nervous investors have been. that fell sharply just 24-hours prior. so the rest of the world markets are following the u.s. stock market higher and our futures this morning indicate that today
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could be another good day. >> we will take it. president obama finally signs a bill to tapay death benefits to soldiers during the government shut down. they said the bill was not neglects since the charity stepped in. the last funding was blamed some on bad politics. last night on the kelly files congressman duncan hunter took aim at chuck hagel. >> i think he needs to they broke the sake cid trust of these families. these military families are not pawns to be played with to make pawns. that's the situation. >> the bill reinstates 100,000 dollar payments to military families and funeral and burial
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expenses. >> we have a fox news alert for you. this just in. the winner goes to the organization of prohibition of chemical weapons. the organization is overseeing the destruction of serious chemical weapons. ainsley? >> terrifying new memo warning that terrorists might be conducting dray runs to prepare for another 9-11 tistyle attack. the tv station in florida a memo from the unit that represents u.s. air pay pilot testing our procedures and reactions to an in-flight threat. the tsa says it takes all reports of suspicious activity seriously. >> are coats and socks as deadly as bullets and bombs. if you are using them to help the taliban then the answer would be yes. two new york city men are
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arranged ing shipments of socks and shoes to taliban fighters in afghanistan. they thought it could help level the playing field against better equipped u.s. forces. they face up to 7 years in prison if convicted. they will descend on the nation's capital to clog the streets. they are fe they are fed up on the changes in their industry. >> good morning ainsley. police smay be praising for wha could be a traffic nightmare. several thousands of truckers from around the country are planning to use their 18-wheelers to make their voices heard. they are doing so by clogging the capital beltway which circles around the district. they want to bring attention to what they say is government corruption specifically the lawlessness of congressman and senators who refuse to work for
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the american people. members are protesting low wages and high fuel costs. there's a chance they could bring these demands to the world war ii memorial and attempts to get the attention of lawmakers. >> what we would like to do is make sure people know that we are exercising our first amendment right our constitution tal rights. they a we are not coming in to cause any violence. we want to make othur voices heard. >> the group truckers rise for the constitution is calling for 10,000 drivers to show up for the next couple days. i will say traffic on an average friday is pretty tough to bear and there's also rain in the forecast. should be an interesting weekend. >> thanks so much. have a great weekend.
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secret service in capital police officers involved in last week's fatal shooting happened near the capital. they are now off the streets while the incident is being investigated. officials say they have been put on modified duty back at headquarters. marian kerry was killed after leading officers on a child chase through washington with her baby in the back seat. jurors deliberated for five days before reaching their decision. a motor corporation is not liable for the death of a california woman who was killed when her 2006 camry accelerated and crashed despite her efforts to stop. company lawyers believe the woman missed the gas pedal for the break. the suspect arrested in the road rage assault case has been indicted on the charges. officials aren't saying what the biker robert sims was charged
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with. he is the only one of the 7 men charged is indicted. this as another police officer admitted he was riding with police officers. he is a 5 year veteran with the police force. he has not been charged and is on full duty. >> eli manning with the giants in chicago. it didn't get much better last night. the giant's qb through three intersections. >> he's still our favorite, though. >> in the second they aired it out. brandon marshall scores making it 27-21. operation warrior wishes celebrated their 50th tailgate party. they will honor soldiers at every stadium across the country. >> you see so many that reach out to veterans and do so much to help. it makes you feel appreciative.
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they are spending time-out of their day to spend with us. >> their next stop is kansas city. it is time for your first degree weather update with maria molina. >> a lot of people will have rain and higawaii winds. some areas have not received as much rain as we were expecting. at this hour we should have had lots of rain. especially areas north of new england staying dry. across parts of pennsylvania and maryland so the mid atlantic really getting it hard. some places already picked up more than four inches of rain across pennsylvania. we have a flood warning in effect. at this hour that rain still coming down.
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it has been raining since yesterday. rain expected today, tomorrow and even into sunday. so we have several more days to go out here of heavy rain and gusty winds along the coast as well. coastal flood advisories are in effect. we saw some reports yesterday across the area you we were expecting to see severe weather parts of nebraska parts of kansa kansas,>> at least it is friday. at least the giants won -- i mean lost. i love the manning. >> they are a great family. >> 12 minutes after the top of the hour. a popular web browser putting your personal information at risk. the warnings you need to hear. >> another element try school refusing to let kids just be kids. where they are banning a game that has been a recess tradition for decades.
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>> good morning to you and your family. carings drivers already out and about this morning. thanks for watching fox and friends first. the trial of accused movie theater shooting james holmes after five months of testimony. it is unprecedented for the state in expense and surprise. the jury selection begins in
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february. heather? >> well, remember this dramatic video, it happened at a fertilizer plant. it was an explosion in west texas. the explosion killed 15 people and now the owner is being fined $1,800. the healthy administration or osha outlined 2 dozen safety violations including failure to have a site plan. marriage security flaws in the chrome browser. the browser stores everything from street addresses, social security numbers and credit card numbers. stores them directly into your hard drive in plain text making it easy for hackers to gain access. the intended function is to speed up display of web pages.
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google says they are lacking into it. >> we have all heard of it probably played it ourselves it might be a classics playground game but new hampshire is banning it. there have been too many cases of kids being pushed to the ground while played. the school's principles said they want the children jumping and running but in a safe way. >> tag, you are it. come on. >> the many mayors reach crossing borders. michael bloomberg involved in a food fight in another country. cyndi lauper was after all news cruz girls just want to have fun. ♪
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>> it is raining in new york city. looking at the avenues of america as we get started today. it's friday so we don't care if it is raining. glee saying farewell to actor corie monteith and his character in a touching tribute.
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>> co-star lia michelle breaking her silence about the death of her co-star. for me personally i lost two people, corie and fin. >> scott carpenter passed away at the age of 88. the he was one of the original 7 mercury astronauts and the 4th american in space. carpenter often spoke about the desire to keep pushing the limits of space exploration, saying, quote, this is something i would willingly give my life for. >> his name has been tied to 8 percent tax on soft drinks to
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fund weight control effort in mexico. they have higher obesity rates in the united states. the mexican government wants to use the money to install water fountains in schools most of which don't have them. >> girls might really just want to have fun after all. a new study reveals that women would rather spend time with their girlfriends than their husbands. ann gnaw kooiman as more on this. >> what do women really want? more time with their girlfriends. >> dinner may be coming in a bucket. you want to go out? >> yeah. >> we have to shake things up before we officially become boring. >> i say we go dancing. >> let's go dancing. >> it still happens but today we are all on cell phones. >> whether it's a girl's night
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out but now it happens on cell phones. half would spend time with girlfriends rather than husbands. while women spend their spouses time with female friends is incredibly valuable. here's how this thing breaks down. overyou'll 46 percent of women would rather be with their girlfriends over husbands. 33 percent say it is easier to talk about things with girlfriends. 20 percent say girls are interested in them han their partner. many women would love to have the household to themselves every once in a while. >> they are our lifeline sometimes, right? >> they are. yeah, they are just as important in a different way. we love them just as much in a different way. i spilled water all of the way down. i got cleaned up during the commercial. >> that leave us to our brew on this question of the day. >> would you rather have a
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question of the day your girlfriend or your spouse. go to foxnews.com. we will read them later in the show. >> the time now is 25 after the top of the hour. thank you very much. we have all heard of snow days but what about a sunshine day. one school cancelling questiocl because of good weather. >> why these people were throwing around thousands of dollars at the senate building. . . it's a stationery and gifts store. anything we purchase for the paper cottage goes on our ink card. so you can manage your business expenses and access them online instantly with the game changing app from ink. we didn't get into business to spend time managing receipts, that's why we have ink. we like being in business because we like being creative, we like interacting with people. so you have time to focus on the things you love. infrom chase. so you can.
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>> day 11 of the shut down underway. lawmakers meating while you are sleeping it could be hours not days away from a deal. we are live with a new development. >> hours from now hundreds of truck drivers also hit the brakes on the beltway. the strong message for congress and the president. >> an 84-year-old man is tied up and robbed at gun point while sitting at his own desk and the whole thing caught on camera. p fox and friends first starts right now.
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>> happy friday. you made it through the workweek amgd we appreciate you waking up with us. >> i am ainsley earhardt. wlau makers in washington burning the midnight oil in talks of to lift the government shut down. after a night of what the gop is calling useful talks are we any closer to a deal? >> republicans will head to the white house with additional talks with the president what republicans are talking about is raising the debt ceiling those republicans and the white house initially sounded optimistic.
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>> we will come back. the president said he will go and consult with the administration folks and hopefully we can see a way forward after that. >> listen to what harry reid said of the same plan? >> republicans want to negotiate. >> not going to happen. >> in as much as to guys need to talk, it may be a situation where the president needs to have talks with senate majority leader harry reid to get on the same page. the fact that any one is talking it is something of a break tlau. doug luzader live from
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washington. >> he pays a bill to death benefits of fallen soldiers during the shut down. this as the white house secretary said the bill wasn't necessary since the charity already put money in to foot the bill. last night on the kelly file congressman duncan hunter took aim at chuck hagel. >> chuck hagel needs to think about putting in his resignation. he broke the trust of these families. these military families are not pawns to be played with by this administration. that's exactly what happened in this i gos situation. >> the bill reinstates 100,000 dollar payments to military families and resume funeral and burial expenses. >> the national park could reopen as soon as today but for steve price the obama administration giving the green light for states to spend their own money to make it happen. places like arizona had offered
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to reopen the parks. they were refused because officials said they couldn't take the money in utah state legislators are working on a plan to spend over 160,000 dollars a day to reopen their parks. >> now it is time to take a look at who is talking. this morning it is dc lawn mower man chris cox. he took caring for the lincoln memorial into his own hands during the government shut down but was told to take a hike. he told this on the kelly files. >> once the trash can spilled over i was embarrassed. i didn't want our nation's capital to be showcased in pus papers around the world with trash pouring out of bins, veterans with half peeaten bananas. you name it it has been out there. i have had several volunteers show up. now after today i have word that people are coming in as far as
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california, texas, nevada, oregon, florida, are coming to stand with me. >> he says next time you go to a national park, don't bring a picnic basket bring a rake and a trash bag. >> they are warning terrorists may be conducting a dry run to prepare for another 9-11 style terror attack. a memo says there have been several recent cases that appear to be dry runs to test our procedures and reactions to an in flight threat. the tsa says it takes all reports of suspicious activity seriously. >> can they stop bullets and bombs? yes. new york city men are accuse of arranging shipments for socks and shoes and jackets and sending them to taliban fighters
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in afghanistan. the two thought the warm weather gear could help level the playing field against better equipped u.s. forces. they say it's up to 7 years in prison if convicted. >> the first suspect arrested in the road rage assault case has been officially indicted on charges. officials aren't saying exactly what the biker robert sims was charged with. so far he is the only one of the seven men charged could be indicted. this comes as he was riding with a group of bikers. this latest officer is the fooi year veteran of the police force. he has not been charged and it is still reportedly on full duty. >> three demonstrators arrested by capital police were throwing a bag of trash around the senate bark building. the money was real. the protestors were pretending to be lobbyists thanking politicians for their support. it was part of an anti chemical protest.
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the three were arrested and the police were left to pick up the cash. in a few hours thousands of truckers will clog the streets in protest. they are fed up with the government and new regulations on their industry. elizabeth prann has more. >> they are calling for thousands of truck drivers to show up and block two lanes of the beltline highway around the washington district. the rally kicks off about an hour and a half from now. these protestors are taking to the airways to bring attention to what they say is government corruption particularly the lawlessness of senators who refuse to work for the american people. the web site is also calling for a number of demands such as the president's resignation untouched debt ceiling as well as global wages and lower fuel costs. they could bring the demands to
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the world war ii memorial and present them all in attempts to get attention of lawmakers. >> to get the attention of our unrepresented members of washington, d.c. to let them know we the people have had enough. the government is too big, too intrusive, too many regulations, too many departments. it is weighing down everything in this country. every problem in this country none of them can be fixed by government. >> as long as they don't break the law the truckers will be allowed to drive. >> back to you ainsley. >> happy friday. students and staff members are playing hooky today classes have been canceled because sunny skies and 80 degree weather make it too nice to be couped up inside. after years of cancelling
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classes for bad weather around the head master decided it was time to cancel classes for great weather. students and staff have the day off they can go out and enjoy. >> i would love that. >> many of you will be in for a wet end to the workweek. maria molina has more. >> we have low pressure. some areas were expecting rain across new york city and parts of new england have not been getting a lot of that rain. it is effecting pennsylvania parts of southern new jersey also across delaware and maryland. we have significant rainfall. we are talking more than 4 inches of rain in a short amount of time. flooding is a concern out here. we have several flood warnings in effect. coastal flooding is a concern because you have the on shore flow northeasterly winds pushing the water along the coast. a number of coastal wind
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advisories are in effect. expect to see the rain not just today but as we head into saturday and sunday across so many of the areas. otherwise damaging winds large hail and isolated tornadoes a concern across sections of minnesota, north and south dakota as we head into later on this afternoon and also into tonight. temperature wise across the country warm across texas 91 for your high in san antonio and the great lakes. 76 will be the high in chicago. heather and ainsley beautiful weather like you mentioned upper 70s in atlanta and sunshine. >> good for them. thanks so much, maria. nice for the weekend. the time now is 20 minutes until the top of the hour. coming up disgraced lance armstrong but what did girlfriend sheryl crow know. what she admitted when she testified against him in a tell all book. >> jetblue about to make it a whole lot easier to use your sky miles.
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>> starting the weekend early with us on "fox & friends first". we appreciate it as always. california foster farms remain open despite a salmonella outbreak. the usda will not close foster farms. the california processing plant possibly linked to the salmonella outbreak.
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throwing the junk mail in the dumpster. he was running late and wanted to get back to the post office on time. now he could face federal charges. >> so much for the obama care web te being up and running. a small amount of people have been able to complete their applications and the glitches could make a while to fix. diane macedo has more on that. >> the department of health human services finally answered that big question saying so far 51,000 people have successfully signed up for health insurance using the federal internet marketplace. up until this point everyone from the white house press secretary to the treasury secretary to the secretary of health and human services have dodged this question saying they didn't have that information available. but the stores said not only did they have the current data, they even had the number for back on october 1st confirming
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independently that 6200 americans signed up on the first day the system opened to the public. if that continues and the state exchanges have a similar response rate that would put the national tally at approximately 2 million people enrolled by january 1st compared to the 7 million the congressional budget office said it needed in order to keep the program from financial collapse. it is possible the weekly rates of enroll will increase after the glitches in healthcare.gov is fixed. some say it could take months or even longer. >> we have all tried to get on, it is difficult. >> thanks so much, diane. >> the time now is almost 10 minutes to the top of the hour. coming up, are you taxed to the max? find out if your state is unwith of the worst for taxes in the nation. that is up next. plus, can just kiss the girl. why puckering up could be the key to finding true love. use those lips, ladies and men. first let's check in with steve
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doocy to see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> giant pucker up. coming up steve gelebe joins us after a meeting with other republican leaders. what was said in the room. plus seven sisters all diagnosed with breast cancer even though there was no family history. medical a team looks at how that can happen. >> we are joined by a girl who brought a so-called fat letter home from school. her family is not amused. she is not fat. plus comedian frank kelly is here as we wrap up this friday. "fox & friends" kicks things off in 11 minutes right here. j. soon, the world's most intelligent servers, designed by hp, will give ups over twice the performance, using forty percent less energy. multiply that across over a thousand locations, and they'll provide the same benefit to the environment
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>> nine minutes till the top of the hour. police are looking for two
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people who attacked and robbed an 84-year-old man and it was all caught on camera. pretty disturbing, this surveillance video. the 84-year-old still working, sitting at his desk at his real estate company, one that he owns, when two guys burst in, hold him at gunpoint and rob him. >> scary. upsetting. unnecessary. if i can work, anybody can work. >> the family of the man who says -- the family of this guy who was robbed says he's shaken but he's going to be okay. new york crowned with a not so glamorous title. for the second year in a row new yorkers ranked as having the worst business tax climate in the country. the tax foundation said new york and new jersey are at a virtual tie for last place. wyoming and south dakota ranked as having the best. new york's governor said the report is subjective. >> shocking claims about
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wheel man about lance armstrong's doping conspiracy. the book claims his former girlfriend, singer sheryl crow was aware of armstrong's doping habits and said she witnessed him doing a bland blood transfusion. wheel men hits shelves on tuesday. female models are still making more money than their male counterparts. according to a new ranking from forbes magazine, male models are still making a fraction in annual salary when compared to their female counterparts. why the difference? experts believe women are more involved. if you're having trouble finding mr. right it is time to pucker up. researchers at oxford university found shipping allows women to
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>> three minutes till the top of the hour. before you leave the house here's what's happening today. day 11 of the government shutdown. g.o.p. lawmakers in washington call last night's budget talks useful. the president expected to meet with republican senators today. thousands of truckers getting ready to block the washington, d.c. beltway as part of a three-day protest. they hope to create enough of a backup to express their frustration with the government. the nobel peace prize was announced. this year's winner the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons. >> time to look at the good, the bad, and the ugly. we're going to start with the good. a missouri family reunited with their golden retriever honey. here's honey three months after she ran away. honey was found 600 miles away from her home in georgia. rescuers were able to trap down the owners using a micro chip.
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the bad. a woman in montana called 911 because she was too drunk to get out of her car. she was charged with drunk driving. finally the ugly, angry with congress? a new website is allowing you to put in your phone number and then it connects to you a capitol hill office. the site even offers recipes for specific shutdown cocktails. >> time for your brew on this responses. it turns out girls really do want to have fun. earlier in the show we told you about a study revealing that 46% of women would rather be with their girlfriends over their husbands, some saying their friends are more interested in what they have to say than their husbands are. >> here's some of your responses. wayne treated. we are -- tweeted we are some tough people to be around. >> typically what women want is the opposite of
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whatever they have. luckily for me my wife wants me all the time. >> michael tweeted thank god for girlfriends. happy wife, happy life. >> thanks to all who responded. we appreciate it. "fox & friends" starts now. we'll see you on monday. bye. >>elisabeth: good morning. it is friday, october 13, 2013. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. wheeling and dealing. republican leaders offer president obama a deal in a closed-door meeting at the white house. but was it a grand compromise or a concession? we report. you decide. >>steve: the president signs a bill restoring death benefits to the families of fallen soldiers. what took him so long and is there some blame to aim at somebody in d.c.? we're going to talk about that. >>brian: it is no secret. girls just want to have fun. that great philosophy sin d.w.i.

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