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hey, there, good morning. how you feeling? it is saturday, the 12th of october, 2013. i'm anna kooiman. after almost two weeks of a standoff, the president and republicans are talking, but are they getting anywhere at all? and could the debt ceiling, could it be the leverage republicans were really looking for? and thousands of grocery store workers about to walk off the job making it a lot harder for you to put food on your table. and what's to blame? is it obama care? and do you know some places that it's illegal to be rude to your mother-in-law?
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>> right here. >> no, we're not kidding. the weird marriage laws you may be breaking and not even know it. be nice to your mother-in-law. "fox and friends" begins right now. >> good morning, "fox and friends." >> the call center is open. you can win a lovely tote bag for tuning in today. >> come on down. anna kooiman, mike jerric is here. >> interesting day tomorrow, will the eagles play their game? >> they may not play? >> a mercer outbreak in tampa, florida. >> we'll bring it up with you. more on that coming up in the show. we do need to get to your headlines. we start with a fox news alert, a u.s. oil ship with five americans onboard is detained by the venezuealan navy. it was surveying the sea floor
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when it was stopped and forced to move to margarita island. they say it didn't have authorization to be in its waters. well, tragedy striking the nfl. ♪ little ones to him belong >> a sioux falls, south dakota, community gathered last night to remember adrian peterson's 2-year-old son who died from head injuries. the suspect? joseph paterson, the boyfriend of the child's mother. paterson has been charged with assault and could face more charges. peterson said this, the nfl is a fraternity of brothers and i am thankful for the tweets, phone calls and text messages for my fellow players.
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a zookeeper is crushed to death by a three-ton elephant. officials at the zoo in missouri say that 62-year-old john bradford was trying to get an elephant named patience to another area of the open closure. that's when patience became aggressive and charged the worker crushing him to the floor. no one else was hurt. here's one we didn't see coming in california, governor jerry brown vetoed what would have been the country's toughest gun ownership law. the bill wanted to ban all semiautomatic rifles with detachable clips and require anyone who already owned a semiautomatic rifle to register with the state. >> i think he did the right thing and used common sense and realized that we have some of the strictest gun laws in the country already in place. >> governor brown says the bill was too-far eaching, but he did sign 11 gun control bills into law. those are your headlines. >> that's very surprising in california yesterday.
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all right. >> eric is standing by with ants in his pants. >> you know what it is, my pants are crawling up my leg. >> do you have mrsa? >> i have it in my calf or something. >> the spray helps to get the static out. >> is that it? >> yeah, that will work. go to makeup later. >> the pants get caught on your socks and you start to -- >> sorry to call you out about it. >> that's what we do. >> hey, rick. >> cool air across the west and that sticks with us for the next four to five days with temperatures above average in the east and below average across areas of the west. and a series of storms continue to bring more snow to the west also. we'll talk about that this morning, but this week has really been the story about this pesky low here off the midatlantic. some of the moisture from what was tropical storm karen, that storm that kind of wasn't out across the gulf, now it's kind of centered here across areas of
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the midatlantic bringing continued rain and continuing battering across the beaches and eroding the beaches. if you're in d.c., philadelphia or baltimore, you're looking at a gloomy four to five days with some areas picking up six inches of rain. we have another two days of this. the storm is stuck with high pressure to the north so it can't get there, that will continue to be the case. it will eventually weaken and get out of here, but we still have a couple more days to deal with that. here's your high temperatures today, warm again down toward texas texas,91 degrees there. and down to the south you're cool. speaking of cool, back to us. all right, the house and senate republicans both offer a plan to the president to reopen the government and avoid a first ever default before financial markets open up on monday. >> elizabeth pramm is all over this for us.
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>> the government is looking to reopen and void a first ever default. on the heels of a house leadership on thursday, republican senators met for an hour and a half with the president just yesterday. the meeting was said to be useful. reports include an immediate end to the shutdown and also raise the nation's debt ceiling through the end of the year. this in exchange for delaying or repealing the medical device tax in the president's sweeping health care law. also it proved that those who receive subsidies for insurance exchanges must verify their income. there was also talks on possible spending reforms. senator lindsey graham says the plans are viable options. >> there's a deal to be had to reopen the government, raise the debt ceiling in the next 48 hours that also will relieve some of the pain caused by the affordable health care act. >> that being said, just the night before the white house did reject house speaker john boehner's offer to raise the debt limit through late november to give the parties time to negotiate a broader budget deal.
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listen to jay carney here. >> it's been the president's position and just one that he holds to this day that that's not the appropriate way to go. and that we aught to remove congress, republicans aught to remove the threat of default as a point of leverage in budget negotiations because they're only doing harm to the american economy, they're only doing harm to the american people, and you know, the president cannot, as he said so many times, pay ran some in exchange for congress doing its -- fulfilling its fundamental responsibility. >> speakerbo eer boehner schedu meeting at 9:00 a.m. this morning. i think they will be working all weekend. >> i think we're close, shall i not say that? it is day 12 of the shutdown. seems close. >> now it seems like the
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president willing to negotiate, why now? why is the president finally coming to it? >> october 17th. >> the debt ceiling debate, we're up against that now. he said last week if you recall right now on the show, he said, i don't see them butting up against each other, it will be a separate issue and hopefully come to a resolution. now they are converging, but last night charles krauthammer said this last night. listen. >> the president is moving not so much the sequester i would argue but the debt ceiling. it's the one thing he cannot allow to happen because he's in charge of the economy and it would wreck it, and that's the leverahas. and that's why the president is negotiating even though he friends not to. on thursday, the republicans should stick to a short extension, push him on entitlements and tax reform and they might get a token gesture
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on obama care. but that's where the money is and that's where the leverage is. >> the token would be the medical device, that tax possibly, that could be it. >> but essentially what we're dealing with is $30 billion that we'll have left. the treasury is saying they are going to have a hard time writing checks that are actually going to cash and world financial leaders are saying, lawmakers in the united states really need to get their act together and act urgently so they don't completely derail the entire world economy. >> meanwhile, while all of this was unfolding, what wasn't being discussed was obama care and the problems. you saw a tick up in poll numbers. i maintain the reason we saw the tick up in poll numbers, 38% in approval rating for obama care, is because people weren't talking about the glitches that it was having. you only saw here on fox where we showed you, walking through the process, logging on to websites and not getting on the websites. >> the glitches are still there. >> you can't sign up. it says to come back later. >> applications, that's my
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favorite. we're working on it. >> so how is this really going to be affecting everybody across the country? here's what the white castle ceo said last night on "hannity." >> let's talk about obama care, what's the impact? i read you're going off some 35% in costs. >> that's what we're looking at right now. with the law currently standing, that will increase our cost 35%. while we work in castles, we don't have a treasury room with $10.5 million sitting around to cover the cost. so for us it's a big concern because one in four of our white castle team members have been with us for ten years or more. so these are our friends and family, and in the neighborhoods where we live and work, you know, it makes a big difference. it might not in washington, d.c. but it does in our castle neighborhoods. >> two things, one, they make a great hamburger. white castle. square, fantastic. but his costs are up 35%. that's staggering. >> and he's not the only one, that's just one example. in fact, if you go to foxnews.com, it's the lead story
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there. obama care mandate could lead washington grocery store folks to the picket line. grocery store folks to the picket line because of the changes from obama care, specifically these companies, qfc, albertson's, fred myer company and others. >> if you put them together, it's 30,000 or >> that could happen as early as next week. they essentially can't afford it and they said that obama care is a convenient excuse for them to have their benefits cut. it used to be 16 hours they would get benefits. now it's up to about 30 hours. so good luck if you live in washington state next week getting your bread and soda and everything else from the grocery store. >> i don't think they call it soda anymore. >> you're going to be eating just bread and soda. >> and your meat and vegetables and dairy, how about that? much more on the show,
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governor huckabee is joining us. we have a stacked show for you this morning. i want to get to this this morning, last weekend we mentioned a story about the president funding a muslim museum during the shutdown. he made a bad mistake by reporting a story based on poor research that was not true. we apologize for not checking the facts and for allowing the story to make air. all right. coming up here on the show, the government shutdown, the world war ii memorial but allowed an immigration rally on the national mall. how does that happen? a million veterans marching to the nation's capitol to demand answers. and did you know it's illegal to be rude to your mother-in-law? so stop it, clayton. >> what state is this? i'm moving. ♪
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welcome back, everybody. they traveled thousands of miles to honor the courage and sacrifice of our heroes, but many of our nation's bravest were turned away from memorials honoring veterans thanks to the government shutdown. now veterans and military families are about to come together to demand some answers in a million vet march on washington, d.c. this weekend. joining me from the rally is larry ward, the political of special operations speaks. larry, welcome to the program. what is the statement you're trying to make? >> well, right now what we're trying to do is stare down the president and tell him very clearly, it's not okay to inflict maximum pain on the american people. and it's absolutely deplorable that you're trying to do that to the veterans who served this country and who protect our freedoms and liberty. >> it is kind of silly, some of these memorials are kind of just
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open air, but you put up a barricade around one section of the sidewalk, that you actually can walk around, what do you think is the point? >> well, the point is exactly that, it's to inflict pain. he expected the 90-year-old man in the wheelchair to roll up to the barricades, to roll back and say, man, those darn republicans shut down the government, now i can't see the memorial. instead, what he did is rolled back and said, you know what? i'm calling 2,000 of my friends and we are going to tear down these barricades. this is the greatest generation that stormed normandy, and we need to respect them and we need to allow them to visit the memorials that honor them. we're asking people to, right now if you're watching this program and you're saying, i wish i could get there, we're asking you to get off your butt, get in the car, drive down to d.c., join these veterans at the vet march at the world war ii memorial tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. i understand that times are
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tough and gas money is expensive and the whole nine yards, borrow money from your neighbor, and if that doesn't work, find the closest call obama car and syphon gas out of that, just kidding. >> tomorrow morning at 9:00, get as many people there as possible. where do you want to meet, the world war ii memorial? >> world war ii memorial, rain or shine. go to vetmarch.com to get all the details. >> they have all the immigration rallies down there on the mall. >> they did. and what's funny, nancy pelosi said the other day, she said, she thanked the president for special treatment of the illegal immigrants. and illegal immigrants, illegal is criminal by definition, so the criminals get special treatment, and the veterans get criminal treatment. and that's got to end. we're living in a bizarre world. >> let's get that changed tomorrow. we'll see you down there at 9:00 tomorrow morning. thanks, larry. >> thank you. >> good luck. a frightening warning of
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i've got some headlines for you. a logging truck slams into a passenger train killing one person and hurting at least 23 others. the train was touring parts of eastern west virginia when the crash happened. and overnight, talks resumed with u.s. secretary of state john kerry and afghanistan's
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president, hamid karzai. they are making a deal to allow american troops to remain in the country after the nato-led military mission ends next year. here's clayton and anna. >> the second time may be the charm. in a moment, fans of the fox show "bones" have been waiting for. >> i ask you to marry me. will you say yes? >> if i say yes, will we get married? >> yes. >> actor david boreanaz from the hit series "bones" is here to talk about this and a new show you're doing. >> nice to see you. >> i was digging through the archives and thinking, "bones" is entering its ninth season, you're in pretty good company.
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"seinfeld," "cheers," did you think the show would last this long? >> no, just to get a pilot to survive that and get on the air, we are fortunate. i never thought of it as, oh, we'll go two seasons or four seasons, but to get to nine seasons is quite an accomplishment for everybody involved, the cast and the crew and emily's great. now here we are, and we have done this -- we are approaching this whole wedding thing, so it's almost like we are giving back to the fans for supporting us for nine seasons. they have always rooted for us to get together, but not only are we together with a child on the show, but we're getting married. so it's great to be part of those shows that you mentioned, and it's a piece of television history. >> everybody loves a good wedding, but what do you attribute the longevity of the show to? the writing or the characters? >> it's definitely the writing and the characters always maintain going back to themselves and to each other when solving crimes or whatever they're working on. so it's really that chemistry and that connection that has kind of maintained us to get
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through these nine seasons. >> there was a little bit of a controversy over the past few weeks because people were panicking, fans were panicking saying, you're coming back for a tenth season. and you took to twitter to answer that. so you are, in fact, coming back, if there's a tenth season. >> if there is a tenth season, yes. it's funny, i've always maintained that i'm working on what i'm working on right now. and that's monday morning, i'll show up to work and we're shooting episode six of season nine and that's it. same thing when i approached the pilot, this is the pilot, i don't have expectations to go further above that. so for me it's just being in the moment, but yeah, of course, if there's a season ten and we're blessed to have that, i'm sure i will be in those shoes, but that was just a rumor. >> and you have had -- you have come quite a way since 1993 as an extra and then "buffy the vampire slayer"ed that success. now you have this new show, "full circle," tell us about that on directv. >> it's a limited series.
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neil labute is the episode writer and it's a show that examines people's episodes and what's going on in their lives. the characters are different, they meet in a restaurant having dinner or lunch, then that character goes to the next character. i play a character named chase who is extremely narcissistic and kind of out there. it's an intense piece, and it was a lot of fun to do, but neil's writing itself is pretty much, i like to explain it as david mammoth on steroids. two actors doing lots of talking. the challenge with neil's words is you don't want to just throw out the monologues, you have to find the rhythm in it. there's the language you have to be very respectful to. so it was very challenging and very rewarding. >> was this appealing in a way because we see shows as . "bones" could go on for 12 and 13 seasons.
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ten episodes you know you're doing, is that appealing for an actor? >> i think it's new landscape for television, especially when there's networks that always have possibly 22 open souds, but they are starts to fade from that. they will probably do 16 to 17 tops now 267. 22 is kind of a dying breed. amazon and google are doing their own limited run series, and it's great for the person who wants to be a show director and go bounce over here, so it's almost like platform showcasing your work in different areas. >> david, thank you for spending time with us here on "fox and friends." good luck with that tenth season. >> thank you so much. well, coming up, i learned to fly through the air with the greatest of ease. i'm off to trapeze school, next. this isn't a guy trying out far boy band, it may be the worst proposal of all time. >> very high budget, though.
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♪ your love is like a river, peaceful and deep ♪ ♪ your soul is like a secret
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that never could keep ♪ ♪ so relax, let's go slow >> you're probably wondering what in the world you're watching right now. >> what am i watching this morning? >> this thing is so cringe-worthy it could be the most cringe-worthy proposal ever or the hottest. >> so that guy is proposing marriage to the woman in the little box on the bottom? >> if she's watching this for the first time, it takes 25 minutes, a 25-minute long video that he produced. he did everything from lip-syncing to filming a movie trailer. when he showed up to the restaurant to pop the question, he takes another five minutes to tell her how much he loves her. >> that's longer than their marriage will last. >> what's going through the bride-to-be's mind right now? >> what would be going through your mind? would you be -- >> i would be going, this guy is way more into himself than he is into me, right? >> i love this one with the tank top and the feathers floating down. >> how high budget is this,
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though? when i first heard it, i thought it was music to get your groove on or something. >> like the late night cd. >> gay marriage is prevalent in our country now. he's proposing to that woman, right? >> you thought he was proposing to another member of the boy band. >> yeah. >> speaking of digging ourselves out of that one, watch out, america, you could be breaking the law and not know it. we have surprising marriage laws on the books. >> i had a book, i love this book, it was a book you float around the coffee table, weird american laws. >> that are still on the books. >> people haven't taken these off the books. you could be arrested for them. these are marriage laws that still exist. let's go up to the great state of vermont. how weird is this law, wives must obtain permission from husbands before wearing false teeth. and i agree with that. like if you're going to wear dentures, i want to know about it. i better sign something, i better see something from you,
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you're going to come in one day with false teeth, i want to know about it. >> how about this one in my home state of kansas where i was born, wichita, kansas. the mistreatment of mothers-in-law can be used as grounds for divorce. if you mistreat my mother, i'm divorcing you. >> honey, i hope you're paying attention. my mom and dad are coming to visit us today. you better be nice there today. >> this is kind of an exciting one, grooms must kill six blackbirds or three yous to prove manliness. that's in massachusetts. >> are crows easier to shoot than blackbirds? >> the crows are a large bird. >> and also one grouse. in hartford, connecticut, it's illegal to kiss your wife in public on sundays. >> shouldn't there be one day we can't have pda? >> such a sinner.
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>> sinners! >> so anyone this morning on instagram, send us photos of you kissing your wife. we'll see if the cops come arrest you. good idea, mike? >> let's encourage everybody. let's go to rick reichmuth watching the weather for us. how funny are these? >> it is saturday. that law is for sunday, so you have to do that tomorrow. >> okay. >> send a picture of killing six blackbirds or three crows. or is it the other way? >> six blackbirds, three crows and a rough grouse. >> and a partridge in a peartree. >> actually, we don't want those pictures, to be honest with you. guys, look how dark it is out here. it's that amazing time of the year where the minutes go away so quickly. completely dark here. take a look at the weather maps, we don't normally talk about weather stories in far places away from here. this is a storm, this is super
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typho typhoon. this is the equivalent of what we saw with katrina. it's a katrina-like storm moving in to the coast of india across a very populated area and an area that is really quite poor. they have had to evacuate or are trying to evacuate a half million people here. they are going to be looking at a storm surge maybe up to 30 feet. there was a storm similar to this about 14 years ago, and it killed about 10,000 people. so we have potentially a catastrophic storm on our hands across areas of india. we'll continue to talk about that, i just want you to be aware. across areas of the northeast, get ready in the midatlantic area for more showers. i'll give you the forecast for the rest of the country coming up in a bit. back to you inside. >> when is daylight saving, by the way? >> that first weekend of november. >> okay. >> it will change. >> we were going to google it but we saved ourselves the
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effort. 36 minutes after the hour now. on to some of your saturday morning headlines, u.s. troops strike a major blow in the war on terror. the state department confirms a senior taliban commander in afghanistan has been captured. latif masseud was returning from a meeting to discuss swapping afghan prisoners for money when it happened. he is being held in afghanistan. the debate over the washington redskins name is coming to the classroom. the d.c. school is considering banning the team's gear from its halls, they say. and the reason is because a student reportedly told the principal she thought the name and clothing was offensive to native americans. the principal says the school is enforcing a strict dress code this year and will sit down with students to discuss the idea. air canada loses a passenger's precious cargo. you will not believe this one,
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2-year-old larry, the italian grey hound, was on his way from san francisco to his new home in victoria, british columbia. when the flight got delayed, one of the airport employees decided to walk the dog and that's when larry ran off. >> i specifically said the dog was never to be taken out of the carrier unless he was in a completely enclosed area. >> the local news station sent an e-mail to the airline looking for answers on how this could have happened. the e-mail they got said, quote, i think i would just ignore. it is local news doing a story on a lost dog. their entire government is shutdown and about to default and this is how the u.s. media spends its time. the airline says that e-mail was meant for another employee and not the media. >> you better believe it. >> when you accidentally hit reply all instead of reply. remember when anna learned what it was like to be in cirque du soleil? >> do we have to show this video again, really?
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>> apparently you didn't learn your lesson. >> now you're going over new york's hudson river. what are you doing? >> i headed over for a bird's eye view of new york in a trapeze school. ♪ >> reporter: it's all about the thrill. trapeze school new york is celebrating ten years. they now have six locations, also in los angeles, washington, d.c., boston, chicago and puerto rico. >> i did it! whoo! >> put your hands in the loops, down at your belly, roll out nice and slow. >> i got a little charlie horse
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in my bum there. >> people come in and are definitely braver at the end of the class. not only are they doing it but really well. >> reporter: a lot of first-timers, bachelorette parties and others try the school. repeat classes learn advanced trips. >> it's like a big game of simon says. as long as you're moving when the instructor tells you to move, it's going to work out well. >> it will be worth it. >> so, one more time. put your hands like this. >> not like this. not like this? ♪ >> are you ready to go up? >> i'm ready. >> okay.
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>> i'm in charge of this ship. you get on up there. >> ah! >> put your ten toes over the edge. >> all ten? even the baby? shoulder back, hips forward, good without changing your position, add your left hand to the bar. >> are you sure? >> i got you. go for it. >> perfect. >> i've always dreamed of flying and falling into the arms of a handsome man. here we go! whoo! yes, sir! that last one wasn't very graceful. i had a hard time talking and remembering what i was supposed to do. >> your brain was about to hit the platform. >> what's your brain telling you? i know you have a harness on? >> the first time you're up there you're not thinking anything except for freaking out a little bit. all you have to do is when the instructor says kick forward,
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kick backyard, if you do it like they say, you don't have to be coordinated. >> just listen to me. >> it is $50 for the afternoon. there are six different cities across the country where the trapeze school is offered. they say ages 6 and up, but there was a lady in her 60s, believe it or not. her body was incredible, you wouldn't know she's in her 60s she would does it for her workout, 6 and up. >> does every location have a handsome man to catch you if you fall? >> i don't know. >> you look pretty good yourself, anna. >> mike's willing to volunteer for that service. all right, coming up on the show, first it was footballs and soccer balls banned at recess. now another school is banning the game of tag. what's next, running? we're talking to one parent who says the school has gone too far. now do you see me? now you don't. the kit that can make you invisible and could be a game-changer on the battlefield. ♪
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14 minutes before the top of the hour. i'm anna kooiman. happy saturday. a man dies after accidentally overdosing on caffeinated mints. each mint has enough caffeine as a can of redbull. the company that makes them says he would have had to have eat up more than 300 to reach the caffeine levels he had in his system. and facebook is getting rid of one of its settings. the feature allows users only to be seen by their friends, but now facebook says it wants to improve their users experience. clayton, over to you. do you wish you were i
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visible? now you can be if it comes to the price of $20,000. senior research fellow conflict analyst at the war institute is here with us. there's a new product that lets us become i visib invisible. >> what's happen is a company called optics planet is a vendor that sells a range of tactical gear thought it would be fun to put together a kit from full range of the spectrum and make it available to civilians. >> i think we have pictures of it so we can see the pictures even though you can be invisible in it. what's the idea behind this kit here? >> this is your classic gillium. they included a wood version and a snow version, so two different types of terrain. unfortunately, they have not developed one for bars. sometimes people would like one.
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that pickup line didn't go as well as hoped. >> this is the physical costume. and you also can disguise the gear, so part of the 36 products in this kit include disguising your gear. what does that mean? >> if you're going to be i visible, it's there point if your weapons aren't invisible. you can wear that and it can hold your ammo, by ok linocular has great pockets in there. >> we are trying to get mike's scent to be covered up. people have said that about me after i mow the lawn. this works to cover that up? >> one is kill your scent made by cass creek. you wash yourself from head to toe and it removes your scent. >> dogs are on your trail, is
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can wash that away? >> it is used for that purpose, but it can also be used for dating, like we said earlier. that's one of the things they recommend the kit for, ironically. >> apparently hunt invisible is the fourth part of this kit. you're on the hunt for the kill, what part of the kit actually allows you to do invisible hunting? >> what we're seeing right snow the anti-reflection device. the best way to describe that is, you know in the movies when there's like that tell-tale giveaway, a flash, it's become something is reflecting so the enemy can find you. the idea is that honeycomb structures, i love this device, there are legitimate great pieces in here, not just fun stuff, the idea is that the honeycomb structure reduces that reflection. so it won't give away your tell-tale. it is not like a tell-tale sign of where your position is. >> wow. so from the vest, from the
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gilly, you could be i visible. the kit is over $20,000. it looks like it would be practical for the military. >> i think the great thing is you can pick and mix, too. you can buy the whole kidden it. >> buy the scent. >> the skunk one, too. they have a skunk one to disguise your scent. >> allison, thank you. i can still smell it. >> coming up, if you get all 40 members of congress together, they would solve our nation's problem. how would congress shut down? we are going to ask them? america taken to a whole new level to ban football and soccer balls. another prohibiting tag at recess. we are talking to one outraged parent. 24/7. i'm sorry, i'm just really reluctant to try new things. really? what's wrong with trying new things?
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. no contact here. >> the trouble of schools extending outside the classroom just this week alone. one school banned footballs and soccer balls on the playground. a school in new hampshire banned tag at recess because it's too dangerous. we have a parent here. good morning to you, bill. >> hi, how are you? >> when you first heard this, did you think it was a joke or because of the headlines you have been seeing recently, did you think, okay, here we go again? >> it was more of a here we go again. we have seen this creeping in. childhood is getting nibbled bit by bit. games are being taken away for
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safety. >> we are not going to have tag anymore. what is their concern? >> safety. they had a number of injuries, a concussion, broken wrist, multiple injuries. the game of tag has been around forever. any playground game is going to have a risk of injury. i don't want to be cavalier about kids getting hurt. it's been around forever. it didn't suddenly because death defieing. take the kids off the field that are dangerous. don't let them play. >> it's like we are bubble wrapping our kids. don't you learn something from the bumps and bruises and broken bones you get? >> exactly. they interviewed a fourth grader, i got knocked over, but i got up and went on. her dad was proud of her. this is part of growing up. you learn lessons in life. if you took away every activity,
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we would take away video games. >> the force with which students tag varies greatly and this game, in particular has been banned in many schools in the united states primarily to concerns about injury. some of the kids are overly aggressive. why not police that. if you are aggressive, you are out of the game. >> right. i really like this school. i'm glad my kids go there. i bought my house specifically to live in that district. it doesn't make them immune from mistake. i understand we live in a sue happy world, doctors practicing defensive medicine. people are afraid if anyone gets hurt, we have to stop everything. again, i understand keeping the kids safe, but we are overdoing it. who would have thought tag would be banned ten years ago? thank you for alerting us to that story. thanks for being with us.
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good morning. it is saturday, the 12th of october, 20136789 i'm anna kooiman. after almost two weeks of a stand off, the president and republicans are talking. are they getting anywhere at all? could the debt ceiling be the leverage the republicans were looking for? >> and one waitress doing what the government won't do. she's taking care of our troops by paying for their lunch out of her own pocket. and she's cute. sweetheart. what happened to personal responsibility? >> i made children, i supported the children. the ones i made. i don't want to support your
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children. i don't. >> come on. why not? more of judge judy's ruling on personal responsibility, next. "fox and friends" begins right now. >> you are watching fox and friends. >> hey, we have the myth busters coming up. >> i love them. >> we are talking punkin chunkin. >> it's when you throw a pumpkin, you have to use a catapult and they have big competitions to do it. we are going to see whether or not you can rocket one 400 yards. we are going have them live on the show. >> the next couple hours, they are shooting "spiderman" out here. >> why didn't you tell me that. i'd be there. see you guys. >> we'll take it down to -- >> what a nerd. come on. >> you have to be an extra.
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house and senate republicans sent a couple ideas to the president of the united states to get this shutdown stopped. let's get to elizabeth and discuss. >> from punkin chunkin to bill's passing in the hill, they are in a better place than a few days ago. senate leaders in the white house yesterday, just one day after house members discussions included a proposal to end the shutdown and raise the debt ceiling in exchange for delaying the medical device act in the health care law. those who received subsidies must verify their income. there's not much about repealing the health care law. >> he said he was not going sign in anything that gutted the act.
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he said it was not a perfect law. i agree. it's not a perfect law. i would like to change it. we are talking reopening the government without gutting the legislation but doing things to improve the effect it has on the economy. >> thursday, the white house said john boehner offered to raise the debt limit through november for more time for negotiations. jay carney has this to say. >> the president had constructive conversations with house and senate republicans and with house and senate democrats. his position that it's unacceptable to demand a ransom from the american people in return for not defaulting is not going to change. it's not going to change now or in six weeks. it's not going to change at any point during his presidency. >> congress will work for the weekend. they need to sell it to house
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republicans. back to you. >> thank you very much. >> do you want to try to get in on this "spiderman" movie with me? >> i would never, ever turn down a "spiderman" offer. >> let's all sneak in. >> why is the president willing to negotiate now? >> what's next thursday, mike? >> that would be the debt ceiling. for the first time in america, we would default if an agreement isn't reached. >> the president, on this show, on saturday morning radio address, he addressed it and an interview with the associated press. he said it's not going to happen. we are not going to have them butting up against each other, the shutdown of the government and the debt ceiling. it appears they are both about to happen. the reason the president is coming to the table and willing to have some negotiation here is because of that very thing, the debt ceiling. >> the trump card that republicans have that is moving the president is not so much the sequester, i would argue, is the
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debt ceiling. it's the one thing he cannot allow to happen. he's in charge of the economy. it would wreck it. it's the leverage the house has. the president is negotiating even though he pretends not to. he has to, it's on thursday. the republicans should stick to a short extension, push him on entitlements and tax reform. that's where the money is. that's where the leverage is. >> token gesture on obama care. meanwhile, many people argued the republicans going after obama care was a complete disaster, a failure. speaker boehner on it said it was a mistake. mike huckabee said, it took obama care out of the headlines, all the things unfolding with the exchanges, going on the website, got pushed to page five on the newspaper for the republicans. they ended up being the story, instead of obama. >> the glitches in the plan were
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pushed to page five and six. >> the gop shouldering the majority of the blame here, but the president's approval ratings are super low, at 37% right now. >> congress' is down to 17% and 18%. >> lowest ever, for a gallup poll. >> speaking of obama care, 30,000 grocery store workers in the state of washington are talking of picketing next week. the ufcw backs president obama to get him reelected for the second term are not happy about this. they think it's a convenience excuse for employees to end up not getting the benefits they had before. they were getting them if they were working 16 hours before. now it's up to 30 hours. >> there's major grocery store chains. albertsons is big on the west coast. fred meyer and safeway.
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30,000 people. >> this is a long line of union workers feeling the pain of obama care who supported the president with money and now being bitten by this. when you talk about this whole issue about taking personal responsibility, a big claim about obama care is it puts the responsibility on the government. other people are footing the bill. that's the discussion here. judge judy, yesterday, on kelly file talking about personal responsibility in this country. have we just forgotten our sense of it? listen. >> i think 150 years ago when -- when abe lincoln delivered the gettysburg address, everybody served in the army, big ones, tall ones, strong one, not strong ones, if you had an ear infection, if you could only see out of one eye. you did what you had to do in order to take that responsibility to the next
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level. well, i think if you have children, you have to do whatever it takes to support them. that's your job. i made children. i supported the children and brought them up, the ones that i made. i actually don't want to support your children. i don't. >> how many problems could we solve in this country if we listened to judge judy? >> right. >> and a simple formula of how to keep your family together. >> she had tough words last night. i watched the entire show. check it out if you haven't already. >> judge judy doesn't hold back. >> for all of you listening and want to send negative mail, don't, i'm too old. >> more on that coming up. now we have headlines. we start with fox news alert. a u.s. oil ship with five americans on board was detained by the venezuela navy. it was stopped and forced to
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sail to the margarita island. it was operating without authorization in the water. they are working to get the crew and the vessel released. a veteran zoo keeper is crushed to death by a three ton elephant. they think 62-year-old john was trying to get an elephant through an area of the enclosure and the elephant charged the worker and crushed him to the floor. no one else was hurt. a california man arrested enroute to a flight for al qaeda. the 24-year-old muslim convert is charged with attempting to join the terror network and lying on a passport application. they grabbed him as he tried to board a bus in mexico. he spent time in syria and lebanon and wanted to, as family members put it, protect his brothers. he'll be back in court next week. it was a super human
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surprise for one soldier's children. >> daddy! u.s. army captain and ohio national guardsman set to return from a six month deployment from afghanistan. he wanted to surprise his kids so he recruited a group of superheroes. cupcakes and the super homecoming was a success. >> that story is -- >> super. >> super. >> let's check with rick reichmuth in the weather center. >> i love this, over in the weather center. >> it's just across the hall. >> just over there. >> five feet away. behind you, see the truck? right there. >> i'm trying to figure out how to sneak into the movie as an extra. you have 1:15 while i'm doing weather.
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here is your weather as you are waking up this morning. cold air across the west. a trough is going to hang on. we'll see that pattern remain typical for the next few days. more snow headed across the mountains. across the east, we are warm. warmer than average. there's been a pesky system across areas of the mid-atlantic that is going to continue to bug you. if you are in baltimore, philly and d.c., you know what i'm talking anlt. be ready for more for about two days. this system here brought rain yesterday across areas of south dakota. last week, we had a massive blizzard. we are going to talk more about that, up to 75,000 herds of cattle died in the storm because of the heavy snow. now we have heavy rain. flooding is a concern there. this is the cold front. it's what the drop in the temperatures behind it. the next storm is across the pacific northwest. it will bring rain and more
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mountain snow. warm to the south and remaining cool across areas of the north. is he gone? >> on the street. let me point him out. i think i see him. hold on. >> you got it? i knew we were going to lose him. i knew this was going to happen. >> pretending to be in the movie. >> it worked. what a nerd, huh? >> that might make me watch the movie to see if it worked. >> wow. >> back to this show. he says, if you get all 40 members of congress who are under 40 years of age together, they would solve our nation's problems pretty quickly. aaron schock, congressman is here to talk about the shutdown and his solution. >> we are going to talk to him. and you have never seen pumpkins like this. the stars of "myth busters" are next. [ woman #1 ] why do i cook?
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welcome back, everybody. the president and congress both appeared to be pretty close to solving this shutdown problem. >> our next guest says if you put 40 members of congress under the age of 40 in a room together they will be able to solve the nation's problems in 24 hours. we are joined by illinois congressman, erin schock. >> good morning. >> what's your belief that 40 under 40 could do this overnight, essentially. >> the members who got elected at a younger age are focused on the long term problems facing this country. we are tired of washington,
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d.c.s focus on the three month problems, six month problems and one year problem. nobody is talking about what we are going to do for five, ten and 15 years out. that's what is driving the debt, long term entitlements and liability. the newer members of congress are ambitious. they want to get problems solved. they don't want to be here for their entire careers and entire lives. they are much less id logically rigid. they don't think they are going to get everything they want all the time. we have divided government. we have to make a deal between both sides to get anything done. that's why, i think, if you put the younger members in a room and locked us up, we could come up with a deal that would pass. >> when i first heard this, as an older human, i got irritated with you. there are 40 members who are 40 or under, 20 republicans and 20
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democrats. i think you are right. they probably all went to d.c. because they wanted to change. they are tired with the way things are going. >> they are really diverse. not only in ethnicity, but in gender, make up. we have stay at home moms that ran for congress, a lot of small business people that ran for congress. folks who really, on both sides ran because they are fed up with the country. they know the kicking the can down the road and inability to solve the problems are dead. it's really a tax on the next generation of americans. their children, themselves and if you are in your 30s or 40s or 50s, you are going to be here for awhile, lord willing. you are going to be dealing with the debt that's racked up over 30 years. states and municipalities that have huge amounts of debt. they raise their taxes to pay for the debt. more debt is really just a deferred tax on the next generation of americans. it's why younger people, i talk
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to kids on college campuses. they are the ones paying for washington, d.c.s inability to deal with the problems. >> representative, what do you think about, is it just a shutdown and the debt ceiling? is that the crisis that can be solved or the gop can get what they want to defund or delay obama care? >> i think the shutdown, right now, the immediate cr and funding of the government is about the long term problems. we want the president to negotiate with us on these long term problems. it's not just about funding the government for the next year. it's saying, mr. president, you said when you ran for office you wanted to cut the debt in half. it's nearly doubled in the four years you have been in office. it's time to stop the rhetoric and get a dose of reality and start solving these problems. whether it's fixing social security and medicare, whether it is making our tax code more competitive in the world so we
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are the favorite place to invest. these are things we can do to help, but put us on a path for greatness for the country so the next generation isn't going to be paying the debt for years to come in higher taxes. >> i like this guy. he's fresh, you little whipper snapper. >> one magazine cover you were on -- men's health. >> you can come to congress and be a young congressman. you are young, relative to washington, d.c., too. >> thank you. see you in a few days. thank you very much. >> 20 minutes after the hour. still ahead, a luxury cruise turns into a life saving mission. three men pulled from the water. we'll hear from the man that heard the cry for help. plus, you have never seen pumpkins like this. the stars of "myth buster," i love these guys here to teach us
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rotations this 9-year-old did in a minute setting the guinness book of world records. she's hoding a gymnastics pose. >> warm up for the show, mike. >> thanks. well, this weekend in new york, comic-con. the discovery channel's "myth busters" is making an appearance today. >> engineering gathered again. hurling gourds in the the heavens. this, my friends, is hundred kin chunkin. >> it's all part of their yearly thanksgiving special called punkin chunkin. joining us now are the mist buster hosts. we are kerry and tori and grant. good morning. >> good morning. >> what is punkin chunkin?
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is there a part of the country that doesn't understand what it is? >> it's a competition of seeing who can throw it the farthest. >> we are talking people are spending almost a million dollars on machines like air cannons and catapults. they are getting distances of 4,000 feet. >> this is serious stuff. 25 years this has been going on. at comic-con you have a panel set up. what are people going to learn today? >> we are going to give them a taste of what they will be able to expect from the punkin chunkin event. we'll have chunkers there. >> is that what they are call? >> yeah. they are wild. they are backyard engineers and they are crazy. >> you guys, you know this stuff so well from myth busters, you think i could go out in my backyard and chunk a pumpkin. what is the secret to making the best catapult?
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>> there are secrets in engineering they are not going give up. you need a passion to spend your entire year waiting for this one day. you can't go in your backyard and build this little machine. >> how far? 50 yards? >> almost a mile. >> what? >> there's a 4,000 foot club where they have air cannons that can fire a pumpkin 4,000 feet. >> what happens when it comes into contact with a rough surface? >> it explodes. part of the rules are, it has to make it whole all the way out to 4,000 feet or else you get disqualified. >> it can't explode? >> right. they are so adamant about picking the right pumpkin. everybody has their technique and the pumpkin is the key to winning the challenge. >> you are doing a lot of stuff. today, new york city comic-con. you have the panel where you are talking ability the show. you have a new special on thursday, a zombie apocalypse
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special. how to survive a zombie. >> we are doing a walking dead myth buster. i have been a zombie fan since a little kid. we have an experiment where we had 200 volunteers dress up as zombies, staying in character all day. >> were you scared? >> i'm used to being around zombies. >> wait a minute. >> i'm also a big fan of the zombies and getting into the make up and stuff is fun. we had michael roker come out and teach us how to be zombies. >> that will air thursday night on october 17th. zombie special. it's also the debt ceiling, did you time that? >> totally. >> a big plan. >> thanks, guys. >> the show is "myth busters." nice to see you. have fun at new york comic-con. >> thank you. >> we love getting kids excited about playing, too.
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good stuff. 28 minutes after the hour. punkin chunkin. what happens when you add college students to one of the most liberal states in the country? where is to blame for the shutdown? >> who do you think is responsible? >> i have to go with -- >> probably the democrats. >> is that guy wearing a tank top? >> more surprising answers coming up next. >> she's taking care of our troops by paying for her lunch out of her own pocket. [man]ask me... [announcer] ...every wish for a bed that could feel perfect under every part of your body... [man]ask me about our tempur-pedic. [announcer] they're sleeping on the newest tempur-pedic bed... the new tempur choice... [man]two remotes. [announcer] firmness settings for the head,legs,and back... these real owners get that famous tempur-pedic comfort how they like it. [woman]ask me about the lumbar button. [man]lumbar button [woman]lumbar
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i'm going to pay for your lunch. >> here is what the note on the check said. thanks to the government shutdown, the people like you that protect the country are not getting paid. however, i still am. lunch is on me. thank you for serving,ladies, have a good day. >> her name is sarah. she needs to get all the credit. is that a new hampshire national guard. they put this on their facebook page thanking her. they put up her picture and the receipt on their website. congratulations to her. what a great american. >> swing into her place today and say thank you for that. >> buy her a piece of pie, instead. >> 34 minutes after the hour. more headlines for you. u.s. troops strike a blow on the war on terror. they confirm a senior taliban member has been captured. he is a member of ttp, the group responsible for the 2010 time
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square bombing. swapping afghan prisoners for money when it happened. the tampa bay buccaneers need to cancel their game tomorrow? one doctor says yes. they are dealing with their third case of mrsa. it's highly contagious. quarterback jonathan may be the third. doctors say locker rooms could be a breeding ground for the infection. >> players playing against each other, rubbing against each other. if one of them has the infection, they can spread it. >> dr. mike. >> despite the risks, the game will go on as scheduled. 35 minutes after the hour. a luxury cruise ship became a search and rescue vessel. they happened to be up in the middle of the night and heard
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something strange. >> i went back into the room, i opened the door more, so i could hear more of the nature. >> someone was yelling, hey, hey, hey. then we heard whistles, strong whistles. we realized the noise didn't seem to be coming from the ship. it was out in the darkness. >> it sounded like distress. >> what would have happened if they hadn't woken up? they called the main desk. they took the report seriously, turned the ship around and began searching. they found three people whose boat capsized and were floating upsidedown for ten hours. those are your headlines. >> what would you do? hopefully you have a power ball with you. >> let's check in with rick reichmuth . >> there's a big crane going on. there's a spider cam, it says.
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that is clever of the spiderman people, having a spider cam. >> apparently, fire balls and they are going to have him in a costume swinging from the crane in a few hours. >> really? >> yeah. i know we have a lot of viewers in hotels, come down and watch this. you can watch us and spiderman being filmed. not too bad. look at this picture from colorado. incredible shot. this is from last weekend when they got the snow. i got it on monday. look at the fall colors and the amazing mountains. it makes me want to buy a ticket right now to go to telluride. we have more snow for tomorrow evening and tuesday. here is the forecast across the northeast throughout the day today. we are going to continue to see scattered showers from time to time. temperatures remaining above average. go to areas of the southeast. we'll see sunshine, at least across georgia and alabama.
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look at what happens throughout the day. the front slowly pulls to the east but stays out a bit. texas, you are going to see showers for your day as well. texas really desperately has seen the rain. you are going to see four to five inches. guys? >> thanks for that, rick. you would know him from "pirates of the caribbean." >> now, orlando bloom is making a debut in "romeo and juliet." he landed the lead role. welcome to the program. >> good morning. >> you got to talk to orlando? >> i did. brush up. shakespeare's "romeo and juliet" is making a return to broadway. it's the first time two cross lovers are displayed as an interracial couple. they didn't make it about race. romeo is played by orlando
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bloom. he's been part of some of the biggest franchises in the box office, "pirates of the caribbean," "lord of the rings." >> i'm back doing something i was meant to be doing. it's a part of my working life as an actor. i'm excited about it. it's great. >> were you nervous? >> oh, yeah. my mom was like so you decided to climb everest on your first trip up the mountain. it was my first time on broadway and my first time with shakespeare. romeo is a monster of a part. with that kind of adrenaline and buzz, i thrive off it. >> you know, sphakespeare can b intimidating. you get used to the rhythm. >> who is juliet? >> two-time nominee -- she's
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just lovely. she has a beautiful face. >> beautiful. >> you can catch "romeo and juliet" until january 2nd. you can catch the entire interview at, inthespotlight.com. what happens when you have college students in one of the most liberal states in the country? who is to blame for the shutdown? >> who do you think shut down the government? >> i think it was obama. i have to go with -- >> probably the democrats. >> that guy with the tank top has his backpack strap engaged. more surprising answers, yex. can you hear me now? don't blame your cell phone carrier. why the sun may be to blame.
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welcome back. quick headlines now for you. she didn't see this coming. a new york woman claiming to be a psychic found guilty of scamming $150,000 out of people. the woman who operated out of new york city was convicted of grand larceny. she faces up to 15 years in prison. blaming at&t and verizon for the dropped calls? turns out they may be coming from the sun and you need to blame the sun instead. according to a recent study, eruptions of hot gas produced shock waves that traveled through space and they disrupt satellite communications on earth on a weekly, if they daily basis. hot gas.
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anna? >> thank you. 44 minutes after the hour. our next guest wanted to find out. he headed to a college campus and asked a bunch of students. their answers may surprise you. take a look. >> who do you think shut down the government? >> i think it was obama. >> i have to go with -- >> probably the democrats. >> why do you blame obama in. >> because obama care is stupid. >> why? >> you shouldn't be required to have health care. >> i blame both parties. >> you blame the republicans? >> i blame the democrats. >> who do you blame for the government shutdown? >> obama. >> yeah, the university of colorado? >> university of colorado, obama's fault. >> our reporter for campus reform was there asking the questions. good morning to you. >> thank you. >> for a lot of people, this was shocking. the gop has been shouldering a
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lot of blame for this shut down. what made you decide to ask students on campus there? >> at the leadership institute, we are interested in gauging college students. we are interested in what they have to say. the polls are coming out blaming the republicans. we wanted to hear from a liberal university what the students had to say. i was shocked when a majority of the students i talked with blamed democrat leadership. >> the shutdown has stolen headlines about obama care, the glitches and all the problem that is happened there. it doesn't seem like these college students, at least the ones you talked to are falling for it. >> they are not. they recognize this is a real opportunity for the president to bring this nation together to find an actual solution to the issues we are facing, fiscally and partisan issues. what i think they noted is, when the president goes out and claims he's not going to negotiate. he's not going to negotiate as
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he said, with a gun to his head, or if they have ransom notes on the bills. they see that as not coming to the table as a leader. they see it as partisan politics. >> what a shift we saw from both campaigns he ran and how important young people were for getting reelected. >> it was surprising to hear these students. i had students interviewing people on camera hear my question when i would ask who do you blame for the government shutdown. they would be walking behind me yelling it's obama's fault, the democrats fault. it was surprising. >> you didn't have them just put a tally. what are their thoughts and concerns? >> they recognize the way the president handled this is narrow minded. it's not open to solving the problem. it's playing partisan politics, every opportunity he thooz bring
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the nation together, he uses to blame the republicans and convince the american people it's the gops fault. they are looking for a person to unite america, bring america back, lead america, not lead a specific political party. >> we have the final tally up there. i want you to see it and explain what you make of it? >> eight democrat votes, students that blame democrats. we had 15 that blamed obama and as you can see, there are three marked under the gop. two people kept their tallies for the gop. one rescinded it after hearing the statement that the president will not negotiate. he took a step back and said that doesn't sound like somebody who is trying to get the job done. that doesn't sound like somebody trying to keep the government open. >> that explains the squiggly mark. it's nonscientific but not what you would expect. 48 minutes after the hour. still ahead, it would have been the toughest gun law.
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the day, we're talking haunting. with halloween just a couple weeks ago, which is the best time to seek out the best hauntings in the country. >> boo! >> you got her. >> you did. >> let's talk about the places to go and scare yourself. courtney scott is here from travelocity. good to see you. >> good to see you guys. >> i was thinking new orleans. >> that is one of the most haunted cities in the united states. you can take a garden tour, a haunted garden tour, visit the haunted house on royal street. of course, the whole voodoo culture is huge. test out your magic and there's a new parade in the french quarter. if you are brave enough, stay at the hotel monte leon. they had child-like spirits,
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very creepy, check it out at your own risk. >> i love the cities that have hauntings, like chicago. >> the erie city has a great past from the great fire of 1871 to the gangsters of the 1820s. i remember taking the chicago haunting tour. there's a woman named ursela balescy. she runs these tours and will tell you about the theater that claims to be haunted. so many different places to go around chicago. and stay at the congress plaza hotel. the hotel ballroom has been known to be haunted. and also known to be owned by al capone. >> what about salem, massachusetts where, the witch trials were? >> yes, the salem witch trials in 1692. now every year salem puts on the festival of the dead for the entire month of october. so not just around halloween. you can conjure up your own spirits, dinner with the dead, recreating a witch circle
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yourself. you can get in on the ritual of the witches. and they also have an expo, which is a little bit odd. it's the psychic fair and witch expo. >> i go every year. >> not your grandmother's expo. >> they have a great funnel cake. >> you can get your own reading in a crystal ball. >> dinner with the dead. i had that last night. i decided to drop her. >> portland, oregon, head out to portland, what's happening there? >> the underground tunnels in portland, there's a legend that they are haunted. the legend of the shanghai tunnels is when sailors and workers came to portland and were kidnapped and taken through the tunnels to sea captains. you can discover the legend for yourself. i recommend staying at the benson hotel. there's a legend that the hotel founder is seen walking down the grand staircase. >> and in denver, colorado, if you want to go west. >> in denver already a lot of different haunted elements.
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there you are. so nice to see you at "fox and friends." i'm anna kooiman. as the shutdown enters day 12, the two sides are now talking. but are they getting anywhere? governor mike huckabee is live with us in just moments. and terrorists are training for their next attack on u.s. planes over u.s. skies. the frightening details and the call for action. plus, hey, guys, want to put a ring on it? you better prove your manliness. it's the law. we'll tell you which state has it on the books.
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"fox & friends" hour three starts right now. man up. >> this is florence henderson, and i'm on my favorite morning show, "fox & friends." alice, can you get me a cup of coffee? >> i haven't even had a cup of coffee. >> courtney wondered why i was in such a good mood. it's because i have had so much coffee. >> they are shooting the new "spider-man" movie out there. he'll be hanging from the crane and fireball. if you're here in midtown manhattan, you get to see andrew garfield dressed up as spider-man for the new movie. >> we have had to chain clayton in here. we have to get to your news headline this is saturday morning one minute after the hour. a u.s. oil ship with five americans onboard detailed right now by the venezuelan navy. the ship was surveying the sea floor when stopped and forced to
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sale to margarita island. the venezuelan government says they were operating without her mission in its waters. they are working to get the crew and the vessel released. tragedy strikes the nfl. ♪ little ones to him belong >> a south dakota community gathered last night to mourn the loss of nfl star adrian peterson's 2-year-old son. the victim of alleged child abuse. the boy died from severe head injuries. the suspect's 27-year-old joseph paterson is the boyfriend of the child's mother. paterson has been charged with assault but could face more charges in the child's death. the minnesota running back thanked everyone on twitter saying this, the nfl is a fraternity of brothers and i am thankful for the tweets, phone calls and text messages from my fellow players. a veteran zookeeper is crushed to death by a 3-ton elephant. officials at the dickerson park
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zoo in missouri say 62-year-old john bradford was trying to get an elephant named patience of all things to another area of the enclosure. that's when patience became aggressive and charged the worker crushing him to the floor. no one else was hurt. president george w. bush's recent health scare may have been far more dangerous than we knew. the national journal is reporting a major blockage front in his heart during an annual physical was potentially life-threatening. sources say 95% of a main artery was clogged. the 43rd president had a stint inserted to open the stoppage in august and is now back in good health. >> that's why you have to get those checkups. let's check in with rick reichmuth who just got his physical this morning. >> i gave it to him. >> he gave me a stint. none of that is true. all right, here's your weather as you're waking up. we've had this pesky storm across the midatlantic.
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we have beach erosion and rough seas from jersey down to the carolinas. we have another two days of this where we'll see more scattered rain showers. get ready. this is another storm we're watching, it brought heavy rain across parts of south dakota yesterday. and it will slowly move out, but then the next one moves in. so talk about south dakota, it was last weekend, guys, that we had this big blizzard that dropped up to four feet of snow across area os of the black hills in western south dakota. this ended up being a very tragic event. up to 100,000 livestock were killed in this storm. the rain happened and then the temperatures dropped and these cattle were completely exposed out there. 100,000 livestock dead. so the farmers and ranchers out across western and south dakota under a really dangerous situation and rough for their economy. and then they had two to four inches of rain yesterday that is causing flooding. we'll see a chance for more snow coming in over the next couple days, temperatures going back and forth, but those folks in south dakota need a lot of help and prayers because a lot of
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farmers and ranchers in rough shape from this storm. thank you, rick. let's turn our attention to governor mike huckabee who is joining us on the couch. nice to see you, governor. >> top of the morning to you all. >> you said on our show a few weeks ago before the government shutdown unfolded, you said republicans would be stupid if they let the government shut down. by all accounts, it's been a p.r. nightmare for republicans. however, it seems like, have they been crafty in this whole thing? have they been so crafty by pulling this off that now the president is coming to the table and they may end up getting what they were seeking all along. they may have gone the long way to get there, but did it work for them in the end? >> no, and what happened is, look, it was a mistake to go into it because it took the focus away from the launch of obama care and also made a lot of people made and an inconvenience. the reason it has turned against the democrats and obama is because obama overplayed his hand. when you start barricading
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outdoor memorials like the world war ii memorials and see 91-year-old veterans shut out from their up memorial, and then when the stupid stuff started, the national park service taking the handles off water fountains and putting up barriers so people couldn't stop and take a picture of mount rush more. and don't take a picture of old faithful sh it's like the kid in the backseat, don't even look at me. that stuff made people realize as obama would call it, it's a phoneny scam. >> he did have the upper hand in this argument and then overplayed. >> overplayed. in both cases, the republicans overplayed, the democrats have overplayed. so it's almost like two people who don't know how to play this game. it's amazing to watch this from the sidelines. >> they may be talking but we don't have anything set in stone yet in the debt ceiling, the limit or we could potentially be in default after october 17th, five days away. what needs to happen? >> they need to sit and have conversations and dialogues.
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they don't need competing press conferences. in the real world of governing, what you have to do is you have to sit down, build relationships with people, you have to do it in the calm atmosphere. you can't do that at the podium. you don't do it out making speeches and holding press conferences. you do that behind the scenes in a calm, adult manner, and you get things done. >> it seems like they are doing that in the last 48 hours or so. >> and the rumors are they are getting closer to something happening. they have done this three months ago and we wouldn't be here today. >> senator pat robertson from the state of kansas asking for the resignation of health and human services secretary, kathleen sebelius. >> i think that's significant because sebelius is the former governor of his state. typically you lay off somebody from your state, even if it's the other party, you don't go there. he did and i think that's very significant. but look, nobody in this administration has been held
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accountable. noter eric holder, not chuck hagel, not hillary clinton for benghazi, not anybody for benghazi, not lois lerner for the irs scandal. can you name me one person ever been held accountable for anything? i can't do it. >> people like to draw the comparisons between private industry. if she were the head of a private company, kathleen sebelius, would she be fired? president obama went to the podium last week and drew illusions to apple, remember? he was at the podium and said, hey, look, ios 7 shipped with a few bugs. apple fixed the bug the next day. >> the bug didn't make it inoperable. i have an ios 7 and the bugs were insufficient compared to the overall function. we have a system there, we paid $634 million and it's dysfunctional. it took facebook six years to spend $600 million. and the difference between facebook and obama care,
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facebook works. that's a big difference. >> so maybe he needs to take a page out of steve jobs' book and do a perception in front of a big screen, right? >> no, no. the thing is not overpromise and under deliver. overpromising this was going to be as easy as using amazon's website, one click and get your services. we have seen reports of people going on during different shows and trying to log into these websites, still to this day not able to log in. >> i thought the most sit moment was jon stewart who mutilated kathleen sebelius on air saying i'm going to down load every movie ever made and you try to log in to obama care and see who is done first. when the liberal comedians are making fun of this and they are realizing this, they can't defend it, then we're in trouble. >> it's so frustrating for them, a technical problem. >> does this speak to the popularity of obama care of them
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trying to get on the website? >> the drudge report has more hits per hour than obama care does. so that's nonsense. and, plus, if you say 30 million people are going to watch this insurance, then don't build a website to handle two or three people at a time. >> i was going to say yesterday, there's a couple new polls out and one of them says, are you happy with the way the country is headed? 83% said they're not happy with the way the country is going. >> who is the other percent saying, this is great? >> one of the headlines just out from the associated press says the poll, no heroes in shut down, gop gets most blame. so it seems like this is for the fun of it. >> is that media bias or is that true? >> the sad thing for me is that the associated press was once a very solid place of real
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journalism, decency and fairness. over the last decade or so, it has just become a shrill voice of the left. >> what should they have said, share the blame? >> i think it could be something very fair that says americans angry at the shut down and then analyze it. >> take a look at this poll, i don't know if the gop gets most of the blame, take a look at this right now. the president's approval rating, 37%. disapprove, 53%. and you're seeing the blame also for congress at 17%. the lowest it's ever been. everyone is getting blamed. >> this came from the article where the headline was we pulled. >> it was their up article. the numbers are so bad. one said more people believe hemorrhoids are less offensive than congress. now, when you go there, because look, think about it. it makes sense. congress has become a big pain in the rear-end. and i'll leave it at that. >> well, the headline was for people who don't read the article. >> of course.
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>> you do the headline and move on to your coffee. >> in fairness, the people who write the headlines are typically not the people who write the headlines, but the people who wrote the headline should have read the story to know what's in the story. just like nancy pelosi, you need to read it. we'll know what's in the story after we read it, not from the headline. >> we have you on to tell us who lob on "the huckabee show" tonight. >> we'll talk to folks all over the country. it will be a fascinating show of the real stories that you don't hear about, beyond the headlines, beyond the people at the microphones. then we have an incredible treat. pam tillis, lori morgan together in a duet. we are going to rock the house. >> and you playing base. >> well, that's how we are going to rock the house, absolutely. >> always great to see you. "the huckabee show" always at 8:00 p.m. >> in studio d?
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come on over. >> thank you, governor. 12 minutes after the hour now. how is this for scary? terrorists are training for their next attack on u.s. planes over the united states skies? the frightening details and the call for action with congressman john micah next. guys, do you want to put a ring on it? prove your manliness. and we'll tell you which states have the crazy marriage laws. you better pay attention. ♪ ♪ with an innovative showerhead plus wireless speaker, kohler is the proud sponsor of singing in the shower. what does that first spoonful taste likok. honey bunches of oats. ching! mmmm! mmmm! mmmm! wow! it's the oats. honey. yeah.
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boy, this is fairly scarily stuff here. security experts for a major airline pilots union issuing a warning saying terrorists have been conducting dry runs on
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flights inside the united states. here's part of an internal them row we found. bringing down an airliner continues to be the gold standard of terrorism. if anyone thinks that our enemies have been there, done that, and are not targeting u.s. aviation, think again. we'll ask john micah about it. he's calling for a congressional investigation. congressman, thank you for being with us here. if you would, give me an example what you're talking about. >> well, if you go back to almost all the terrorist incidents, even back to 9/11, we fail to connect the dots up to the boston bomber. we've had information and hints and actions by people that sometimes we've missed. we have been very fortunate as a nation that sometimes our crew, our passengers and others, they stopped the diaper bomber, they
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stopped the shoe bomber and others, but this is the kind of warning that shouldn't be ignored. >> so these pilots got into some specifics, right? movement on the airplane, heading to the bathroom, veering off left and right, from flights out of reagan national to orlando, florida. >> that's getting kind of personal because that's a flight that i and a number of central florida members of congress take. that one was reported by, i believe some u.s. air pilots. a flight we're often on. i didn't happen to be on that one, but again this needs to be checked out. and if you have repetitive patterns, other pilots reporting the same thing. we have 66,000 tsa employees, 51,000 screeners. we need to be using the personnel for security on people who pose a risk, not our
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veterans or little old ladies and others where they are shaking them down at every checkpoint. >> you say the tsa pilots union may be overreacting, that doesn't seem like the right response. >> again, i take exception to that. i think that the pilots know how things should go on their flights and who they think may divert from the normal pattern. when they give us warnings like this, it needs to be checked out. and if you have multiple instances, hey, these are red flags that we have a responsibility to and they have a responsibility to review. >> check it out. hey, can you bring me up-to-date, at what point i had heard that the white house was maybe trying to cut back on the air marshalls on the flights by 50%. >> yes, they proposed the dramatic reduction. we banded to the on the house side and i think the senate will agree, that's one area we should
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not be cutting back. again, 50,000 tsa administrators and staff we don't need there, we can cut there. and people who are first line of defense on the planes, those routes are into some of our target cities. that level should be maintained. >> that's for sure. congressman, thank you for being with us. >> good to be with you, thank you. coming up, thought the nsa spying on your calls was a thing of the past? wrong. why you want to watch your words. and think outside of the box. cereal is not just for breakfast anymore, what about dinner? or happy hour? cocktails and cocoa crispies. of course i had no idea what it was. i felt like my feet were going to sleep. it progressed from there to burning... to like 1,000 bees that were just stinging my feet. [ female announcer ] it's known that diabetes damages nerves.
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we are coming up on national cereal week here on the show. did you know you can have your favorite breakfast cereal at breakfast, lunch, dinner and happy hour. >> we have a chef here with us. these are real meals, too. what inspired you to do this? >> well, i tell you, cereal exists in 93% of american households, but we think of it as a breakfast thing. it's an ingredient in the pantry next to the cumin and the oregano. why not treat it the same? like, for example, cocoa puffs carbonara. >> what's in it, eggs, pasta? >> yes, cheese, bacon. >> that sounds crazy. this little nugget of cocoa puffs in there. wait a second, this is from my childhood.
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>> they look like little meatballs in the final product. >> do you do this at your restaurant in brooklyn? >> totally. right now i have pumpkin soup with golden grahams. it's a great thing working with general mills. we really get to celebrate cereal all the time. >> dig in here. i want to try this. you put a little hot bacon on the top. >> most definitely. i'm going to toss this in there with that. you do this off the heat so that the eggs don't curdle. >> see, i'm freaked out a little bit by the cocoa puff in there, even though i like the bacon. >> i tell you what, honestly, cocoa and bacon, it's got a nice texture krup ch. think how limp it would be without the cocoa puff. >> you need it. okay. up next, what do we have over here? >> those are kind of like a ramos gin fizz, but i use infused vodka. it is simple, fill this with vodka and strain the vodka out. >> great for big parties, i
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guess. >> try this. >> so that has trix on top of it. clearly not for kids at this juncture. >> it is 5:00 somewhere. >> heck, yeah. >> i'm a big fan of bean soup. this is a bean soup with breakfast cereal. >> it's banana honey-nut cheerios. split pea and banana nut are similar in texture, but this is a cheesy crisp here and cheerios. it's more like a nugget crouton. >> what is national cereal lovers week? october 14th through the 20th? >> yeah. basically all of next week. >> why do people love cereal so much? >> because it is awesome and makes us smile. look at the two of you. >> justin, thank you so much. >> the restaurant is in brooklyn. fun stuff. go down and visit him. great to see you this morning.
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it is celebrate national cereal week thanks to general mills. >> head to foxandfriends.com. you have heard of cage diving with sharks but how about can crocodiles? we'll take you inside the cage of death next. plus, feel the need for speed? rick is testing out some of the hottest hogs on the plaza. that's rick. he's never looked so tough. he still has his loafers on. [ male announcer ] even ragu users a.
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♪ wake me up! >> do you see that big crane right there? they are shooting the new "spider-man" movie on the plaza. they are going to be spitting fireballs. if you are in midtown manhattan, come visit us. i just had one of the most flattering moments here. some kind folks out here, "fox & friends" viewers, they said, clayton, hey! i said, are you here to see spider-man? they said, no, we are here to see you. >> ah. i used to have a book when growing up of the weird laws in america. you would be surprised how many weird laws, like you're not
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allowed to tie an alligator to a fire pump in louisiana. that's on the books, you can't do that. but there are weird marriage laws that are on the book that could get you thrown in the can. >> how about this one out of vermont? wives must obtain permission from their husbands before they insert false teeth. >> clayton, you think this is good? >> that's a big switch, right? i marry a beautiful lady and find out one day shoo she pops her teeth out. i want to know about it. >> it doesn't go the reverse, though. >> we just assume it's george washington with wooden teeth. >> in wichita, kansas, the mistreatment of mothers-in-law can be used as grounds for divorce. >> i can understand that. here's massachusetts. i like this one. a from must hunt and kill six blackbirds or three crows to prove their manliness. what moron put this on the books? >> i wonder what year this is
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from. what lawmaker said, we have to make sure people stay married, that's how they have to do it, shooting blackbirds. in hartford, connecticut, it is illegal to kiss your wife in public on sundays. >> no other day, just sundays, because you are a sinner if you do. in kentucky they are helping women make smarter decisions about marrying the same money multiple times. it is illegal to marry the same guy four times. three times is okay, four is not. if you have a great state law that you find odd in your home state, send it to us. we'll get to the rest of the morning headlines. the top secret fiza court is reapplied for authorization to carry out sweeping data collections every few months. this was one of the biggest bombshells released by edward
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snowden this summer. they announced it to be more transparent but some say transparency is not enough and there needs to be a change to that law. and a surprising move, california governor jerry brown vetoing what would have been the toughest gun law. he wanted to ban most semiautomatic rifles. governor brown said the bill was too far reaching. the classic game of tag banned at an elementary school in new hampshire. school officials say there have been too many cases of getting hurt. earlier this morning on "fox & friends" we spoke to the parent of a fourth grader at charlotte avenue elementary school where the ban is now in place. >> the game of tag has been around forever. it's any playground game that has a risk of injury, and i certainly don't want to be cavalier about kids getting hurt, but the game has been around forever. it doesn't all of a sudden became an exercise in death defiance defiance. if kids are being aggressive out
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there, take them off the field. >> the school principal says they want kids to run and jump around, just in a safe way. would you like to be up close and personal with the largest reptiles who are responsible for 1,000 human deaths a year? here's your chance. thrill seekers in australia will let you try out 15 minutes in the cage of death while the crocodiles are being fed. tourists are suspended above the crocodiles before being lowered in the crocodile pit. tourists? why do we have to air this? >> a shark tank or a crocodile tank? meanwhile, we decided to have rick face peril this morning. >> do you guys like motorcycles? >> i do. >> i like watching them. >> well, for the first time in north america, there will be a one-stop shop for all things bike. and it's the aim expo next week in orlando, florida. here to preview is the creator and vice president, general manager of marketplace events
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motorcycle group, larry little, and director of communications for motorcycle industry council. ty -- how do you say your last name? >> van hoidonk. >> he's got some interesting things that the motorcycle safety foundation will talk about a little later, but bikes like this one and the one we have here really reflect on how the industry has changed in the last five years as everybody's reemerged from 2008. we got some new product, better price-points. and we have an expo next week. >> these expos are typically very yeuropean things. >> it starts out with trade and press the first days, just like the detroit auto show. on friday afternoon it opens to consumers. friday, saturday and sunday we have consumers coming in. >> come over to this bike and tell me what this is. >> this is brand new from yamaha.
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850 cc triple. a sweet little bike. we find that when i talk about the new bikes, the price-point, this is only $7,900. that's very reasonable for the componentry on the bike. this is the 1190 rs. this is a hand-built race bike legal on the street. $43,000. at the show, they will be introducing a street version of this that will be about half that price, the 1190 rx. that's the world debut at the show wednesday. everybody gets to see that. >> when people go to your shows, it is not just about the bikes that are there. if people want to learn or relearn, i haven't rid and motorcycle in 15 to 20 years. i grew up riding them, but it's been a long time. you have training courses. >> we do. one of the things that you'll find at the show, we'll talk at the training courses, but with over 400 exhibitors, there are so many things for people to see. the jacket you're wearing --
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>> i like it. >> you probably don't know, but what i'm wearing is also a motorcycle jacket and it does not look like it. and these boots look like shoes. it's the new fashion in motorcycling that goes well with the scooters. what you'll find in the outdoor portion of the show, we'll have riding experiences where you can learn to ride a motorcycle, an atv, a side-by-side. >> where did my helmet go? okay, here we go. >> we have a helmet. >> okay. in less than an hour, you can have your first experience on a motorcycle. >> okay, or i can have mine right now. turn it on. >> we have the key. >> okay, guys. the camera is in front of me, so i'm afraid -- send it back to you. >> rick, are you able to drive a motorcycle with loafers on? >> do you have a license for that? >> i think he just took out the cereal chef. >> i think he did, too. >> his microphone is still
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working. >> what is that, a vespa? >> they have the ropes up. >> he's trying to be tough here. you're ruining my mojo. >> there he goes. rick is taking off down 48th street in midtown, manhattan. ♪ get your motor running >> he did pretty good for not riding a motorcycle often. coming up on the show, remember when the obama administration made all of these promises? >> i want to be clear, we are ready to go on october 1st. >> most of the stories you'll hear about how obama care just can't work is just not based on facts. >> well, is any of that true/false? the website riddled with glitches, so how can we trust them with our health care? congressman adam kinsinger is next. and google may be using your pictures to sell products and you may not even know about it. we'll explain.
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i want to be clear, we are ready to go on october 1st. >> on october 1st everyone will be able to enroll, one way or another. >> most of the stories you'll hear about how obama care just can't work is just not based on facts. every time they have predicted something not working, it's worked. these marketplaces will be open for business on tuesday, no matter what. >> no matter what. well, glitches have plagued the rollout of obama care websites with millions struggling to enroll. and officials say it could take a while to fix. so how can the government run national health care if they can't run a website? let's ask illinois congressman adam kinsinger.
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>> good to be here. thank you for having me. >> there's an indication this is a huge success. officials seeing upwards of 8.6 million people logging on to the website is why they have all these problems, and you say what? >> this is an indication this is a huge failure. look, they knew this had to be up october of this year. they knew they had to go, instead they have a website unable to handle any traffic. the whole system is falling, the whole thing doesn't make sense. the only regret i have is that i wished that october 1st, these would have been the stories all over the headlines instead of finding ourselves in the government shutdown. but we knew from the beginning this program was designed to fail. and i believe it was designed to fail to lead to a single-payer system. the problem is, maybe the good thing in the end run, is they didn't expect it to fail this quickly. i think it is pretty obviously this is not ready for primetime. that's where we sit as house republicans. let's delay the rest of the bill here because obviously you delay parts of it that weren't ready to go, let's just delay the rest of it. >> and one of the big rubs,
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without that delay, is come february people will get fined if they are not able to sign up. a lot of people aren't able to sign up. they are going to the website repeatedly, you hear stories from philadelphia, illinois, all across the country, people go to the website and they keep telling them to come back, but they'll get a fine if they can't sign up. >> this is the internet equivalent of going to the dmv, but every time you go to the dmv the line is too long and you have to go back to work or something else. every time you log in they realize -- you may even march 20 minutes into the thing and all of a sudden you're dumped out of the website. now they're doing this with the threat of the fact you'll get fined and you'll pay a fine for not being successfully able to do something we can't do anyway. just delay the fines and delay the individual mandate as you did for big business and the employer mandate, then you can work to get this together or whatever. but it's unfair to put the american people in a position that they simply can't succeed and can't win. and that's what's happening. >> who's fault is this and who
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should be held accountable? should somebody be losing their job over this? if this was a private company, someone would be losing their job. should kathleen sebelius be fired? >> of course, but if you look at benghazi, this or anything else, nobody gets fired in this administration. ultimately people should lose their job. there should be a shuffle around. as long as it's still to the fact that obama care is in effect and the websites have to be up and running, they should be held accountable. we know for a fact that the administration always covers up who is responsible and nothing will happen. there will be nothing out of this. >> congressman, you have a full plate in front of you this morning. you're not eating, you have to head over to the house because you have the government shut down to deal with in 15 minutes. any progress you've seen today? >> well, look, over the last 24 to 48 hours i have been feeling better. the president is finally giving the impression he wants to negotiate. he realizes republicans do have a legitimate seat at the table. i hope we come to an end to this
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because it's good for nobody. i would love to see the government reopen and see spending reforms, too. i hope within the next 24 hours to 48 hours we'll see something happen. >> congressman adam kinzinger, thank you for getting up early before heading over to the hill. >> sure. great to be here. coming up, after two weeks of a standoff, the president and republicans, as you just heard the congressman say there, are talking. but are they getting anywhere? dana perino is here next hour. then have a room that looks like this? but you don't have time to tackle a job. that looks like our closet. don't worry, you can rent a spouse. that's what we need in our house. honey, are you paying attention, can we rent a new husband? because i'm worthless. ♪ [ alarm sound for malfunctioning printer ] [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where you've learned a thing or two.
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ten minutes before the hour. quick headlines for you. a man dies after accidentally overdosing on caffeinated mints. each hero mint has as much caffeine as a can of red bull. investigators aren't saying how many he ate a. the company said he would have had to eat more than 300 to have the caffeine level he had in his system. google wants to use your name in photos and ads on the internet. this will only affect users with google plus. it starts november 11. you can opt out of allowing your information to be shareded. >> well, remember this tv show from the 'a 60s? >> you have given me the
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solution to my problems. i uh want you to be my wife -- occasionally. >> she went on salary as his occasional wife. >> occasional wife. one company has taken the sit uh-com and turned it into a reality. hire a wife. >> the los angeles brampbl of the occasion wife she calls a life concierge service. nice to see you this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> how did you come up with the idea? >> well, actually the founder founded it in new orleans. it's a friend of a mine. i have been in training for the wife business probably my whole life. i was my mom 's wife. really it's something everyone needs. >> my apologies. it said in the script morrison is your last name. your last name is roach.
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>> yes. i was excited to have a different name than roach. but, yes, roach like the bug. >> a sense of humor, too. >> sometimes we give your guests different last names, you never know. >> i appreciate it. i need it. >> how does it work? >> basically what we want to do is anything you don't have time for, within reason, of course, we'll help you project manage it. we are absolutely committed to helping people get organized. we'll also train you on how to keep the system in place going forward. i think that's the biggest fear for people. you can have someone come in and help you organize your home, help you pack and move. but then where does everything go on a regular basis? >> creepy people like me, you hear the term the occasional wife and go, ooh, that can be randy. are you getting criticism? >> that's right where mike's head went. >> of course. i knew it would come from a man. what i like to tell people is,
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you know, i would be making so much more money if that were actually what i was doing. but, no. we really are here for empowering women. we are here for the guy who is traveling all the time. you know, really you have a concierge at a hotel when you travel. why not have a home concierge to help you figure out how to get the day to day things done like moving, decorating for the holidays. >> i have heard of task grab it a friend of mine uses in the city all the time. you can hire a husband, too? how does that work? >> sit on the couch and drink beer? >> yes. and tell you that you missed a spot, no. we have husbands doing painting, handyman work. certainly not construction or anything. but we have twirling where say you are an empty nester. your son or daughter is at
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college. we'll help you twirl the room around, make it uh into a gym, turn it into a closet. we need muscle and know-how. we also have worker bees that will make sure the job gets done quickly. >> i knew twirling was involved. >> exactly. this is a brilliant idea. there is a picture frame i was supposed to hang up four months ago still sitting on the floor. hire you guys and it would be done in a day. >> $50 an hour. >> absolutely. $50 an hour. that's all. $50 an hour. worker bees are $25. i want to be reasonable. i think regular folks just need to get a handle on any of their tasks that are too hard to get to. more than anything, it is more personal than a personal assistant. i genuinely care about the customer and getting it done the way they want, even if they don't know how they want it. >> congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> jennifer rose, slash,
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morrison, it is the occasional wife. what's the website? >> the occasional wife.com. contact me, jennifer, in los angeles. >> thanks, general fer. four minutes before the hour. coming up, whatever happened to personal responsibility? >> i made children. i supported the children and brought them up. the ones that i made. i actually don't want to support your children. i don't. >> tough talk from judge judy. more from her next hour. >> then an ordinary couple doing extraordinary things. a husband and wife both doe the nating kidneys, but not to save each other. they join us live with their incredible story.
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top of the morning to you. it is saturday, the 12th of october 2013. after a almost two weeks of a stand-off the president and republicans are talking. are they getting anywhere at could the debt ceiling be the leverage republicans were looking for? >> plus, thousands of grocery store workers about to walk off the job making it harder for you to put food on your table. so what's to blame? obama care? >> then an a ordinary couple doing extraordinary things. listen to this. a husband and wife both donating their kid neys but not to the each other. their incredible story is coming up. it's hour four of fox & friends. i'm still trying to get on the set of spider-man which is being filmed outside.
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roll it. >> this is andrew dice clay, you're watching fox the and friend s. oh! >> no joke. they are filming the next spider-man movie out the there. >> get the crane shot. >> he'll be in full costume swinging out here today. there it is. >> the real actor or a stunt dude. >> probably a stunt guy. >> mark if we'll let him. >> i'm trying to sneak in. come to 48th and 6th to see our show this morning. >> let's get the latest on the shutdown, the debt ceiling. thursday is five days away, october 17. new plans on the table now. elizabeth has the details. >> it may not be as exciting as super man, but we think so. lawmakers are pushing to develop plans to re-open the government and avoid a first ever default. leadership from both chambers paid a visit to 1600 pennsylvania avenue in a bipartisan effort senators
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proposed an mediate end to the shutdown. they want to delay the medical device tax from the sweeping health care law and en force income checks for those who receive subsidies. lawmakers re main optimistic. >> the president said, and i agree, number one we should ex tend the debt ceiling as long as possible to get the cloud off. but we are not going to alaw lowe the country to default. republican senators are right. there is no reason we thouldn't immediately open the government. >> even if the senate proposal does sell they need to pass it to the republican controlled house. just after the plan to keep the government open temporarily was reject ed by the white house. there is no telling what they will vote without drastic changes to the health care law. >> we had a victory today. >> they will produce a product
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that will allow the government to be open for the year that will have changes to the affordable health care act. it's not a one-year delay. >> speaker boehner meeting with republicans in his chamber as we speak . of course both the house and senate will be working today and throughout the weekend. anna, mike, clayton, back to you. >> nicely do lly done. sounds like the president is beginning to be willing to negotiate. thursday would be the day we default for the first time in our history. >> was this a grand plan on behalf of republicans? we asked huckabee and he said they weren't thinking that far ahead. this comes back to the debt ceiling. it appears to be why the president was willing to negotiate. >> the trump card republicans have and what's moving the president is not so much the sequester, i would argue, but the debt krooling. it's the one thing he cannot allow the to happen. he's in charge of the economy. it would wreck it. that's the leverage the house
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has. that's why the president is negotiating though he pretends not to. he has to. it will be there on thursday. the republicans should stick to a very short extension, push him on entitlements and tax re form. they might get a token gesture on obama care. that's where the money is. that's where the leverage is. >> with that headline, $30 billion is what the treasury said they would have after a exhausting emergency funds and it would run out in a week or two. what will this be looking like in washington? looks like in the next 24, 48 hours we heard from adam kinsinger that something will be done hopefully under the wire which is how things get done. >> the length of extending the debt ceiling, a year, six months? a year is on the table. >> putting obama care off was a nonstarter for the obama administration. we're not going to negotiate at all. was that the trick, the smart
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move here? it was all eyes on obama care. we are now able to negotiate on entitlements and other things. look at white castle c eo jamie richardson talking about how obama care is affecting small businesses across the country, these are the stories, by the way, that got pushed to the back burner because republicans were talking about the government shutdown. that got the focus instead of stories like this. >> let's talk about obama care. what's the impact? i read you are going up 35% in costs. >> that's what we are with looking at now. with the law as it stands it will increase costs 35%. while we work in castles, we don't have a treasury room with $10.5 million to cover the costs. for us that's a concern. we know one in four of the white castle team members have been with us ten years or more.
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these are our friends and family. in the neighborhood where is we live and work, you know, it makes a difference. >> people are calling it real world consequences. in washington state, 30,000 grocery store workers from big chains are talking about going out on the picket lines. might be difficult to get food on the table. >> here they are for you. qfc, albertsons, fred mey er and safeway. 95% are in favor of doing this. they are assigning people to lead the picket lines already. they say obama care is essentially an a excuse for employers to cut the benefits for these employees who are just trying to make ends meet. >> that was the plan going in. let's talk about obama care as a negotiating tactic. senator john mccain saying we don't have the votes for this. we'll talk next about what
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speaker boehner needs to do and what's the movement going forward. first a fox news alert. >> a u.s. oil ship with five americans on board detained by the navy. it was surveying the sea floor when it was forced to sail to venezuela's margarita island. they claim the ship was operating without authorization in its waters. the oil company spokesperson said they are working to get the crew and vessel released. a veteran zoo keeper is crushed by a three-ton elephant. officials at the dickerson park zoo say 62-year-old john bradford was trying to get an elephant to another area of the b en closure. patience became aggressive and charged the worker, crushing him. no one else was hurt. a california man is arrest ed en route to a flight for al qaeda. the 24-year-old muslim convert is charged with attempt ing to join the terror network and lying on a passport application.
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the fbi grabbed him trying to board a bus to mexico. the man has spent time in syria and lebanon and wanted to be windshield family members say anyway -- protect his brothers. he'll be back in court next week. are you feeling guilty? you probably feel heavier, too. when people think about the bad things they have done it actually weighs them down. re searchers explain a guilty conscience makes people feel so discontent they don't ef want to help others. scientists say the research is new but gives us a be thor understanding of emotion. >> you feel bloated and physically heavy because you're feeling guilty about something you have done. >> you see the rounded shoulders? >> i have never felt so bloated. >> why is rick so straight? >> guilt-free.
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>> if i were sitting i would be like that. have you heard about this super typhoon about to hit india? when you talk about big weather events around the world this is one of the biggest ones we have with seen in years. >> gigantic. >> similar to the one that hit phuket and had so much devastation snm that was a tsunami from an earthquake. last time there was a similar-size hurricane or typhoon that hit india there were 10,000 people killed from it. we are looking at that kind of scope of event. it is in the bay of bengal. it's getting very close now to india. the low-lying area will be in inundated with a storm surge up to the 25, 30 feet. that will go in possibly for miles. just in the one state where it is about to hit it is a densely populated area. they are trying to evacuate 5,000 people. they are poor people without a lot of means to get out of
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there. a rough couple of days. the pictures will be scary. large loss of life in india. want everybody to be aware. back to the u.s. over the next four or five days, big rains across texas. a t lot of texas still needs rain. some areas, maybe four oh five inches from dallas to parts of the hill country. be prepared for that. temperatures across the country looking warm across texas. back toward 91, not feeling like fall at all. the cool air back across the rockies. >> and the people of india. that was terrifying. thanks, rick. coming up, deal or no deal? dana perino says washington better meet one soon. her message to washington, you're putting us in a bad mood. she'll join us. >> and one waitress is taking care of the troops, paying for their lunch out of her you will love the story next. customer erin swenson ordered shoes from us online
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welcome back for day 12 of the government shutdown. the debt ceiling deadline is less than a week away. the president has agreed to look at plans from republicans. why is change of heart? is it the slip in polls or something ils? >> joining us, former white house press secretary and co-host of "the five" on fox news channel. dana perino. >> hi. good to see you. >> if we could do this all over again where were the missteps? >> i would go back to august and president obama at that time should have taken a deal the
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republicans were likely to win on which was the delaying of the individual mandate of obama care for one year. that would have saved president obama a bunch of headaches. the roll out of obama care has been a slow moving fiasco. it would have prevented the mish-mash of the debt ceiling coming at the same time. >> i think to him delay meant repeal. >> there were pros and cons for both parties. it would have given republicans more time to watch obama care fail like they think it is going to as people are hit in the pocketbook, finding their plans are cancelled. not able to see the doctor they want to see. those things would have helped the republicans. on the democratic side they could have thought, we'll work out the glitches, get it under way. get people on the subsidies. >> republicans botched this from
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the beginning. speaker boehner was saying this is a bad strategy going forward. you have senators disagreeing with other senators. it was a mish-mash. last night sean hannity said speaker boehner needs to be fired. what do you say now going forward? >> a day doesn't go by where speaker boehner isn't told he should take a hike. my first day on the job was the first day of the first government shutdown in 1995 on capitol hill. speaker boehner was at the conference then. he's worked tirelessly. he said it was a bad idea, but he listens to his caucus. he moved forward. i don't think the it's been a complete disaster for republicans. well, if it has been it's also been very bad for the democrats. remember the beginning of the week. what were we talking about? the a.p. poll with president obama at the lowest approval rating since the presidency at
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37%. two days later the poll says republicans are doing badly. the reason the republican leadership is meeting now, as i speak, and the white house is trying to keep lines of communication open is they realize this thing whipsaws both parties, both ways. the nbc poll said 80% of the american people think we are on the wrong track. that number, everybody bears responsibility for that. i would argue, having worked in the white house. that the president bears the most responsibility after six years in office, 80% of people think we are on the wrong track. >> the economy falls on the president. i asked sk you again. you are a master communique uh tor. if you are speaker boehner at the podium, what do you advise him to say? >> they need to get more specific about the impact of obama care on your wallet. there have been ridiculous shenanigans that the administration has used like denying the world war ii veterans the opportunity to see their memorial. putting little barriers up so
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you can't take a picture of the grand teton mountains. that's silly. people have been seeing that their premiums are going up 60% on average for people with health insurance. the question i have on that, too, is are you getting better service for that? the answer, i think, is no. on the point of tea party versus establishment is this one. i was driving from new york to d.c. do you know people sit in the fast lane and go really slow and they are annoying so the person behind is on their tail and they are so frustrated. you know what? you can go around. if the tea party folks think they should be in pole position, by all means go for it. the establishment i believe has been helped in this is not the republican establishment. it's the establishment of the political left which will benefit from these shenahenanig for years to come. it if the republican party can't pull its act together, in 2014
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you want to see what president obama could do with a majority of democrats in both the house and senate? that could be catastrophic. i don't think that will happen. i think the republicans will get through this little thing. i think they will at least keep the house and overtake the senate. i think president obama will have a bad last two years. >> have a great weekend. >> thank you, dana. >> bye-bye. >> coming up, the debate over the washington redskins name headed the to the classroom. the strict move a school wants to make to ban the logo straight ahead. >>le and an ordinary couple doing extraordinary things. it's never been done before. a husband and wife both donating their kidneys but not for each other. no. you will meet them next. ♪ ho ho ho
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a couple of headlines for you here. co costco recalling rotisserie chicken from foster farms which may be linked to a salmonella outbreak. so far 300 people in 20 states have been sickened. it could be good news for amanda knox. police in italy say her dna was the only dna found on a butcher knife. prosecutors claim it was used to kill her roommate back in 2007. they say the victim's dna was actually not found on the knife. this could lead the to an
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acquittal for knox in her third trial. here's anna. >> this is my favorite story of the morning. the first ever, ultimate pay it forward. a husband and wife both donated a kidney to complete strangers. we are joined by the inspiring couple alexis and charles wesley. good morning. >> good morning. >> when a lot of oh people say they pay it forward they may give someone a dollar for a bus ticket or a turkey at thanksgiving. giving a kidney is incredible. what made you decide to do this? >> well, some people we know have given blood while their kids have been through surgery. we were looking at ways to give uh back. my husband huh read an article on kidney donation and how it is a great thing you can do with no long-term effects for the donor. so we just signed up for doing that. >> even more, you guys have two
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kids. layla and roland. they have needed help, too. you have been able to take advantage of that. >> that's correct. we have been the recipient of a lot of generosity from shriner's hospital and the ronald mcdonald house. our daughter had several surgeries. we have had friends come over and do therapy with the kids. it felt good to give something else to someone else. >> yeah. >> alexis, your husband did it first. what was the surgery like for him and for you? >> it was fun. i got to see him go through the process. it hasn't been as bad for me. so it was really monday night i had surgery. by tuesday i was walking the halls for two hours and slow dancing with my husband. by wednesday we were waiting to get discharged and news cameras came in. that's when we found out we were the first national couple. that was news to us.
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surprising. by thursday we were going out with friends to dinner. >> wow. >> i can move around. i'm just slow. granny speed. but i'm feeling good. >> it's so impressive. >> charles, to do this for one person would be amazing. ten lives you guys just saved together. >> well, yes. our donations facilitated other kidney transplants as well through donor chains. that was one thing we were interested in was being involved with the national kidney registry. so letting our kidney donations help facilitate other transplants as well. >> the national kidney registry, there have been 850 transplants since 2008. we have a full screen to show that gives information. while we do it, alexis, if you can encourage our viewers to consider doing what you and your husband did. >> that's my biggest wish is
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somehow this craziness leads the to other people donating. my big concerns were what if my kid needs the kidney. just asking those questions. what if our kidney fails? we go to the top of the list. we are taken care of so that never happens. what if my kid need s a kidney, the statistical chance is so small there is no way they would need it. if they do, kids are at the top of the list. they will never need it, but if they do they are taken care of. there is not a kidney that only i can provide or only my husband can provide. it made me feel better. i'm sell fush. if there was a 1% chance my kids could use it, they would get it. >> charles, you're inspiring us this morning. good luck to you and your kids. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> coming up, whatever happened to personal responsibility? >> i made children. i supported the children and
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brought them up, the ones that i made. i actually don't want to support your children. >> right. >> i don't. >> more from judge judy next. and we have tips for the perfect fall tailgate. too delicious to miss. don't go anywhere.
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♪ welcome back to fox and friends. a beautiful look down toward central park along 6th avenue. >> the sun is finally out. >> to the song "carolina" my home state. i picked this song. puts me in a good mood. >> when you say carolina, there are two. is there a default that's north or south? >> i live in new york city now. but i grew up in charlotte, north carolina. it seems whenever i lived across the country for this job people say she's from carolina.
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>> with all the bickering back and forth like mike and i were bickering back and forth. >> in the commercial. complaining about things. congress can't get anything done. back and forth. people pointing fingers. the question rs people wonder. 83% of americans are fed up with congress now. lowest approval rating in its history. president's approval rating is in the toilet. where is personal responsibility? >> i have a solution. >> you do? >> judge judy for president. >> listen to this. >> i think 150 years ago when abe lincoln delivered the gettysburg address, everybody served in the army. big ones, tall ones, strong ones, not so strong ones. if you had an ear infection you served. if you could see out of only one eye you served. you did what you had to do in order to take that responsibility to the next level.
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i think if you have children, you have to do whatever it takes to support them. that's your job. i made children. i supported the children and brought them up. the ones that i made. i actually don't want to support your children. >> right. >> judge judy for president. common sense. >> if i can pick one woman to be a role model for my girls i would pick judge judy. personal responsibility is important. the judge judd interview was a homerun. put her on a ticket with dr. ben carson. >> i'm glad you peppered that in. >> i watched the interview in our new primetime line-up on meg's new show. she said a few controversial things.
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she said, even if uh you want to accepted me negative letters don't send it, i don't read them, i'm too old. >> send in your e-mails. find us on twitter as well. >> we have to get to the news headlines on this saturday morning. u.s. troops strike a major blow on the war on terror. the state department says a senior taliban member has been captured. he's a member of the the ttp, the group responsible for the failed times square bombing in 2010. he was returning from a meeting to discuss swapping afghan prisoners for money. he''s being held in afghanistan. the debate over the washington redskins name is coming to the classroom. one school is considering banning the team logo from the hallway. a student told the president she thought the name and clothing was offensive to native americans. the school is enforcing a strict dress code and will sit down
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with students to talk about the idea. one waitress doing what the government won't do. she's taking care of our troops. after learn egg two national guard soldiers were furloughed, sarah hydall paid for their lunch out of her own pocket. instead of a bill the soldiers received a note. it said thanks to the government shutdown, people like you that protect this country are not getting paid. however, i still am. lunch is on me. thank you for serving, ladies. have a good day. >> the national guard put it on their website. we we need more people like that. right, rick? >> take a look at the crowd that showed up here. >> they came to see you. >> no, they came for the food. there is food. if you bring food, they will come. another spectacular picture from a sunset in east islip, long.
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the sun set is spectacular. mike sent it to me. another nice day. we are in a good stretch. rainy days across at least southern areas of new england. we'll be looking good. 60 degrees out there now. getting up to 68. keep sending your pictures. this is why we are in a pattern. most of it has been to the south jersey to d.c. and baltimore where they have seen rain this weeg. a couple more days of that unfortunately. one system moving across the century le tral plains. last week we had a huge blizzard, a record-breaking blizzard across the black hills of south dakota. at the time we were thinking, what an amazing storm, fun with snow. it turned out there were about 100,000 head of cattle killed from the storm. people there having a rough time. you will see more snow unfortunately as we get toward monday night. temperatures cooling down. more rain. think about our friends across the black hills of south dakota. >> i am going to do something
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selfish. my friend melissa is here. i am conducting a tailgate at the eagles, cowboys game next sunday, a week from tomorrow in south filly. >> fantastic. i will meet you there. >> you recognize her from tv? she's the winningest woman in barbecue. what does that mean ? >> it meaps i beat all the guys. >> memphis in may. that's a huge one. >> it's humbling. to walk across the stage is everybody's dream. >> i have your book. "smoking in the boys' room." you're blougwing away the guys. you're the best. i have never had glazed barbecuish scallops. >> those are pepper bacon wrapped scallops with a pineapple ginger glaze. >> may i?
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>> certainly. >> with your fingers? >> sure. but there is a toothpick. be careful. >> you say there are a few things for getting bar be cue right. one is the smoke. >> it's easy to overpower your meat with smoke. you have to be careful about the woods you choose. especially for pork which is what i cook. i like the fruit woods, apples and cherries because i want to taste the smoke flavor. >> you put the smoke -- how do you get that? do you put it into the barbecue, into the grill? >> usually we use a bed of charcoal and smoke like any other ingredient. moderation. >> woman. melissa. what is this big thing behind you here? >> this is a smoker that contains water and an indirect system. so i can get nice moisture to the meat, wonderful flavor. it imparts a beautiful smoke ring and great flavor.
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>> you have spices. these are yours? >> those are mine. >> if you're the world champion barbecuer i would say your spices will be good. >> your rub is the most important thing about your flavor profile for the barbecue. it sets the tone for the flavor you want the to go for. memphis is sultry. you want some sweet, salty, acidic and a kick in the back. >> here is the deal. you can get the recipes on foxandfriends.com. we'll eat now. thank you very much for being here with us. >> are you a married woman? >> i am. >> i'm sorry. back to you inside. >> any time mike is on the show we have to work in a barbecue segment. >> or 12 of them. >> mike's wasting away. we have to get him some food. coming up, think you sit in the waiting room forever? wait until obama care rolls out. the time it takes to see your doctor will get longer. we'll tell you why. >>ight. then it's one of the hottest songs on country radio.
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♪ you make me wanna roll my windowses do down and cruise ♪ >> do you know the man behind the music? meet nashville newcomer chase wright. >> first we look at what's coming up on the cost of freedom business block at the top of the hour. >> good morning, while americans say politicians in d.c. can't rupp a thing, is there one good thing coming out of the mess? the bull's eye is on the nation's runaway debt. ahead of tomorrow's million vet march a new plan to set national parks free from frustrationer forever and save taxpayers money. as most americans are giving the obama care ex change s the thumbs down why is the cashing in gang giving one thing on the sites a thumbs up. you have to here this. the cost of freedom is at the top of of the hour. see you then. [ male announcer ] has your phone turned you into a control freak?
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there are currently 47 million uninsured americans. an estimated 32 million are now eligible or will soon be eligible under obama care. >> the current doctor-to-patient ratio is already 88 doctors to every 100,000 patients. so who will take care of all the new patients? >> here to tell us is e.r. nurse practitioner and found of mid level u.com. >> thanks for having me . >> what are you starting to notice with only 88 to 100,000. is that right? >> eight primary care physicianses. >> it almost doesn't register. >> we are see ing that doctors, half of primary care doctors now are over 50. they are seeing fewer patients than they were four years ago.
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they are slowing down, wanting to retire. on the other hand, now we have the affordable care act with millions of americans becoming insured. the question is what are all these people going to do? right now, medical students aren't stepping up to fill the gap. only 11% of medical students are studying primary care in school. so we don't have anybody to take their place. >> what will that do to the level of care we receive? >> it will be harder to get an appointment with your doctor. you may have to travel farther. i think we'll start seeing nurse practitioners step up to take their place. >> >> let's project down the road and say 2025. what does the future look like? >> we are going to need an additional 52,000 primary care doctors by 2025. fortunately we have seen the number of nurse practitioner s increasing. in fact, there will be about 57% more nurse practitioners by 2025. we'll see more of a balanced system play out where you have a closer number of primary care
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doctors with nurse practitioners. >> how is it affecting your life? >> in the emergency department we end up providing a lot of primary care because people can't get in to their doctor. their doctors aren't taking call as much as i they used to. people are coming to the emergency department with problems that could be treated in the primary care system. >> is iwn the e.r.? >> we have seen the numbers increase significantly. it's not the place to provide effective primary care. we don't have time to talk about things like diet and exercise. we're good at treating the b problem you have today. but with can't provide the health coaching so many americans need. >> and lifestyle change s that people need to make in their lives. >> exactly. >> thanks, erin. hang around. do you like country music uh? >> i do! >> i can hear it in your voice. >> from nashville, tennessee. >> 13 minutes before the top of the hour. a performance from chase rice
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♪ you make me want to roll my windows down and cruise ♪ does every girl look that
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like that in the south? >> in your dreams. >> i love this song, though. you just like the video. >> i like jean shorts. >> the hit song "cruise" set the record this summer with eight weeks on the country songs chart on billboard. >> but most people don't know the minds behind the music. >> chase rice co-wrote "cruise," and his first lp is out next week. nice to see you this morning. >> you guys played a show last night, am i right about this? >> oh, yeah. >> have you slept at all? >> we have not fallen asleep yet. >> they were in philly last night. >> yes, booked it to here, new york. >> but the song you're going to be playing is already number two on itunes. >> what? did you write it? >> i did write it. and i sing it this time. >> you're a true country guy, right? tell us even about being a rear
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tire carrier for jimmy johnson. >> yeah. i lived in charlotte before i did country music, and i had a chance to work for hendrick motorsports. that was a pretty sweet job. >> ready, set, roll! >> we'll get out of your way. ♪ done it again ♪ all the way up to 10 ♪ looking so hot ♪ baby, you rock the spot ♪ heads spinning around and around ♪ ♪ burn down this town ♪ by my side, girl ♪ babe, we can run this town ♪ i can rock your world
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you fit right in, by the way. >> hey, coming up tomorrow on
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"fox & friends," this is something that mike's going to need. your best cures for your saturday night hangover. >> what? >> oh, man. this is important. >> here's one. i know you need to pay attention, too. sprite. we'll tell you more of the sunday morning cures. >> i like spright and vodka. >> also, kevin mccarthy is here with his box office wrap-up. we'll see if "captain phillips" is worth the money. >> and some do it yourself halloween costumes. make sure to join us at 6:00 a.m. tomorrow. and also go to foxandfriends.com. chase rice will be here, and he'll be singing another song for us. what will you sing? >> "how she rolls." >> you put the "roll" in everything. >> log on for our after "the today show." -- after the show show. can i borrow that? >> sure. something fishy. >> got to be a tambourine somewhere.
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>> give me the shaker! >> make it a great day, everybody. with the deadline nearing, lawmakers scrambling to reach a deal over the debt ceiling. without one, democrats predicting disaster. >> avoid a potential cataclysm is to pass the budget now. >> it would be dangerous to our economy. >> uncertainty is for any economy. >> crashing the global economy. >> even some ceos and banks saying that no debt deal will be a very raw deal for the economy and the markets. but some here say don't buy it. so who's right? hi, everyone. i'm brenda

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