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good morning to you. it is sunday the 20th of october, 2013. i'm anna kooiman. we start with a fox news alert. the hunt is over for two convicted felons. the latest on the dramatic takedown ahead. more than one year after the terror attacks in benghazi, the president finally responding to the victims' families. there's one problem -- >> the two most important questions he did not answer, first off, who gave the order to stand down. >> you'll hear from the father of one of the americans murdered there. it's a question we all ask, what makes successful people
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successful? could it be the way your pillow faces or a nighttime walk? "fox & friends" begins right now. hey, good sunday morning, everyone. welcome in to "fox & friends." get your coffee and get out of bed. >> do you have a nighttime ritual? >> i get my outfit ready for the day before. >> every night? >> not the night before. >> i go into tucker's room, he likes to hang -- >> it's unusual and elaborate. let me put it that way. >> how about you? >> i just read a little bit. my wife has a 20 minute procedure. can you please just get into bed. we'll have more on that. >> all right. we're going to get right to your sunday morning head lines. finally the man hunt we've been telling you about is over.
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two convicted killers who escaped the florida prison on bogus paperwork are back behind wars. charles walker and joseph jenkins were found hiding out in a panama city hotel room. they gave up without resistance. an interview with one of their associates helped pinpoint their location. the two fugitives were serving life sentences but duped the system with forged signatures on a document from judge perry. and a 29-year-old man is under arrest this morning after trying to carry a bag full of weapons on to an airplane at one of the nation's busiest airports. cops at j.f.k. airport found more than a dozen knives, cigarette lighters and matches inside timothy sciago's carry on. it was unclear whether he was trug trying to bring this arsenal on
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board. the united states is trying to quietly bring in aid to pakistan. top officials say ties have improved while others, including former chairman of the joint chiefs, admiral mike mullen, are still questioning pakistan's commitment to counter terrorism. guys, ready for the world series? the world series match-up is set. >> and now they've won the pennant. >> wow. there's nothing like it in all of sports. the boston red sox coming from behind to beat the detroit tigers 5-2 last night winning the al pennant last night. shane victorino, grand slam over the monster the bottom of the seventh. former philadelphia philly breaking some hearts. boston's third trip to the world series in ten seasons. they will face the st. louis
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cardinals, game one wednesday night. the october classic at fenway v classiest guys. >> we should talk about this this morning because now that we've seen the rollout of obama care, congress wants some answers as to what exactly has unfolded and gone wrong with the way in which obama care, health.gov has been implemented. we know that kathleen sebelius had been asked to testify before a congressional hearing. she is now not going to do that. >> no, she is going the night before to a gala. this is a scheduled conflict the white house says. she'll be in boston, massachusetts. they're refusing to let lower level officials available. >> can they do that? >> so rocky?
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>> can they do that? >> he why, thyes, they can do t >> if you're asking a constitutional law question? you may get a different answer. >> she did not ignoring the request of john sturn stewart. we saw her on "the daily she has to go to a gala event wednesday evening, wine and cheese. she can't go to congress to testify about her job, the very thing she's been focused on for the past few years. she can't go in front of congress. >> here's what we're hearing from a spokesperson. we are in close communication with the committee and have expressed our desire to be responsive to their request. meanwhile, we're learning that the administration is saying some 476,000 obama care applications have been filed.
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one of the biggest problems is that people simply can't log on. let's hear from ann coulter who was on judge jenny's show last night. >> looking at the numbers, i think maybe they were pulling our legs on 40 million uninsured unless they were including all of the illegal aliens coming in through amnesty and their relatives. 36,000 have signed up. we're about 25% through the signup. i think you have to understand that obama care designed to fail is doing a great job so far so they can move to single payer. >> i'm not surprised at all. reorganizing america's entire health care system to help a relatively tiny number of people who didn't have health care but who wanted it. most people had helts care they liked and in fact the number
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shows pretty good health care. >> that number, that 476,000, that's the number of people that have applied, not enrolled. we don't know the number of people that have enrolled. charles krauthammer earlier friday said that's because they don't know how many because there are issues with the website or they're embarrassed and don't want to say. >> another big story that didn't get headlines because of the obama care, benghazi is not on the page one of any newspaper, now we know the father of one of the victims from the benghazi attack had written a letter to president obama with a number of questions he wanted answered from the administration. charles woods, he's the father of ty woods, one of the special forces men who was killed in bengha benghazi. he has gotten a response from president obama. take a listen. >> the two most important
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questions he did not answer. >> and what were those questions? >> first of all would be who gave the order to stand down? now i wanted to make sure that there was an order to stand down so i actually contacted the reporter that initially reported that, and that reporter told me that they personally talked with a friend of ty who was on the ground with him and there were three orders to stand down. now that not only probably would have saved the life of our ambassador had there not been that delay three times, plus the fact if ty was ordered to stand down and told that -- not to -- that there wouldn't be any supporting rescue for the ambassador, there sure would not be any rescue for him. >> so mr. woods wants to get answers how his son died, why his son died, and he has to get them from a reporter. the u.s. government sent these people to libya, we don't know why we were there, he was there
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serving our interests, he gets killed and the u.s. government doesn't bother to tell the parents what happened. he has to go to a journalist. that's over the top. >> president obama's response was, look, if my family was in harm's way, we would have to respond the same way. we didn't have enough military strength to get there in times. it appears the house investigative panel may confirm that the administration military didn't have the resources to get there. however, that doesn't answer why there weren't military placed in that region in the first place. they want more answers from leon panetta. they're asking the defense secretary to come back in front of congress to get more answer. why was it so chaotic? why were they scattered in the wind. >> mr. wood spoke to huckabee. really, that's what you would have done if your family was in harm's way? if that was me in your position,
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i would not have left my soon out there to die. first, rick is standsing by over in the weather center. hey, guys. >> do you have your winter coats? >> no. i am in denial about it. >> wednesday. you've got until wednesday. >> really? >> not like hard core winter but it's going to feel like hard core winter. we haven't had any temps like this. one cold front, there's the southeast, 48 degrees this morning in atlanta and only 47 in dallas. the cold front has moved through. you can see that right here with these rain showers on the parts of the carolina coast line. the ultimate storm track is up to the northeast. see some snow flying this morning into north dakota and minnesota. there's another storm headed back. the one behind that is what's going to move through and drop temperatures down. west coast you're fine. all of that is going back until tuesday, look forward to tuesday. cold air will move into the ohio valley and northern plains. wednesday and thursday this is
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all going east. you'll receive temperatures likely around 50 degrees below average. big change from what we've been seeing. >> official fall. >> have to dig mine out from under the bed. >> rick, you're a successful guy. what's your nighttime ritual? >> my bedtime ritual is i cannot get myself to go to bed. >> that is on the list. we're looking at why certain people are successful. >> some big-time writers, michael lewis and others, say they can't go to sleep and they write overnight. >> a lot of writers can't and i did that for years. they turned off electronics. not watching television in bed, turned off their phones, stopped doing e-mail and they allowed themselves to unwind.
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>> cheryl danberg on facebook, she's a big part of a huge tech company. cheryl sandberg. if someone wants to get ahold of me, they can get ahold of me the next day. >> she checks her e-mail the next morning. the blackberry is not going bing, bing, bing all night long. steven king makes showers all of the pill lees apillows are faci same way. >> kenneth chenault writes down three things he wants to accomplish. ben franklin writes down, what good have i done today? joel gascoigne says he walks. >> i read a real book rather than doing e-mail or read a magazine, i reserve that time
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for reading an actual book. i do that and i find it rewarding. >> you're not getting the blue light being i will lurm my nated from ipad screens. >> when are you going to read a book? never. you're getting 400 word bites. >> fsn weekend. 13 minutes after the hour. whatever happened to religious freedom? the government forcing all businesses to buy contraceptives under obama care. wait until you hear how they're fighting back. this guy is taking daddy time with his daughter to a new level. selfies. i have low testosterone. there, i said it.
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southern baptist groups fighting the contraception regulation in obama care. they are suing the federal government. is religious freedom under attack by the obama administration? and what makes this lawsuit so important. we bring in russell moore, he's president of the southern baptist ethics and religious liberty. how does obama care impinge on your religious liberty? >> obama care is requiring groups and organizations to pay for contraceptive devices and drugs in ways that violate our consciences. we simply can't participate in these things, and what the administration is attempting to do is a number of things. one of those things is to define religion very narrowly as though our religious liberty simply has to do with what happens from the time we get to the foyer and pew
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and out the door on sunday mornings when, in fact, our religion compels us to live our lives in a certain way. it has to do with the way our consciouses are being formed. these rules simply do not reflect the way we have lived as americans in the past respecting one another's consciences. >> and they provide no exception then for religious liberty? they're forcing it on you, whether you want it or not. >> well, they provide a very narrow category of what a religious organization is in ways that simply don't reflect the way that religious people live out our lives and so they're saying if you're a house of worship, we're going to exempt you from these things but not from other organizations doing all sorts of things from religious motivations not to mention people who are doing business who are motivated by their religious consciousenceco. >> won't obama care cause some
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charities to shudder their doors? >> absolutely. you can see this happening all over the country, not only related to obama care, this is just one fiery rafter in a burning house. religious liberty is under assault all over the country in ways that i think are probably more pronounced than we have seen since the founding era. that's exactly what's happening. people who are doing good things in their communities motivated by religious convictions are being driven out of the public square because they won't sing out of the hymn book of the church of the sexual revolution. i don't think we can live this way as americans. >> mr. moore, thanks for joining us. >> i appreciate it. it happened on the show "homeland." a hacker shutting down a
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up and at 'em. 23 minutes past the hour. i'm anna kooiman. the trans worker strike in san francisco now taking a fatal
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turn. two train workers killed by a train running in automatic mode. one of the victims was crossing the picket line and was struck. the union says its 900 workers will not picket today out of respect for the victims. jpmorgan chase reportedly reaching a tenttive $13 billion deal to settle civil investigations into the bank's mortgage backed securities. if the deal goes through it will be the largest settlement the government has ever made with a single company. a criminal investigation of the bank's conduct is still ongoing. clayton? >> thanks, anna. here's an odd story, could terrorists really hack into a pacemaker? you see that? that was "homeland." the famous scene from the show. while it seems like a scene right out of hollywood, there may be some truth to t. now for the first time vice president
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dick cheney revealing this exact thing could happen to him. even had his doctor disable the wireless function of his pacemaker. can this really happen? we are joined by cyber analyst and ceo of connected to the cause. morgan freeman. >> i know you know something about philly, clayton. >> i do, indeed. take care of my good city. dick then any was worrying about it. was he being paranoid? >> no, because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're out to get you? this is something that has been demonstrated. i'll tell you why, clayton. the range is 400 megahurts. there are public radio stations that are in that same area. it's about reprogramming the insulin pump, and you can pass the wand within five to six feet and putting new commands in there. you can be up to 50 feet away
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with this wireless technology and actually accomplish the same thing. no, he's not paranoid. because he's obviously the vice president of the united states, he has every reason to worry about new threat factors. we never thought people would fly planes into the buildings. >> right. you never know who's out there. listen to the vice president in a "60 minutes" interview set to air tonight. >> i was aware of the danger but i found it credible but i knew from the experience we had and the necessity for adjusting my own device that it was an accurate portrayal of what was possible. >> so what was possible but have there ever been any documented cases of this actually happening? >> well, clayton, here's the funny part. how would you know? i know that we've had dr. michael biden on fox a lot of times, but they're forensic pathologists.
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they're not computer forensic investigators. i don't think there's a documented any cases. it starts off as proof of concept. it's been demonstrated it can be done. the security worker who was supposed to testify about this died a week before they testified and showed it with an insulin pump. this won't be done over the internet, right now it will have to go doing clouz will you mtd gilg ksz zsh it starts off as a proof of concept but it could happen. morgan wright, nice to see you this morning. thanks for joining us. >> fascinating. >> you bet, calculaton. next up on the rundown, just in time for sunday brunch. wait until you hear the story behind these bite size bagels with the twist. move over cronut. till death do us part. one woman trying to kill her
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it's your shot of the morning.
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dad's taking the shot with his newborn daughter. posted on the facebook page. eddie wheeler says his four-week old daughter macy is also making funny faces. you know what's amazing about his daughter, usually at that age, four weeks old, they don't have that animated of facial expressions. >> what did we ever do without the forward facing camera? >> no way would you know what look would be on the baby's face. >> adorable. >> thank you forward facing camera. >> we'll end up doing our sunday football day, my daughter. i try to get her to do touchdown faces. >> get her started young. >> welcome back to "fox & friends." >> 32 minutes after the hour. we'll start with news headlines. new push back on the charges facing the two girls accused of bullying a classmate so badly she took her own life. one of the attorneys spoke with the young. >> two young girls with
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felonies, aggravated stalking and saying that their actions caused someone to kill themselves is pretty extreme. >> well, the attorney doesn't think the criminal charges will actually stick. this comes as the sheriff investigating the case discusses charging the parents of the alleged teen bully with criminal charges. >> we have looked diligently and at this point in the investigation we can't find a way to bring charges against the current parents under florida law. >> the stepmother of one of the teens is currently facing child abuse charges. talk about a wife from hell. the wife was a police informant. while taking officers to bust a drug dealer in florida, she told them she hated her husband and wanted him dead. they set her up with an undercover officer posing as a
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hit man. she gave him a shotgun and he gave her a pair of handcuffs. terrifying video as a speed boech crashboat crashes into a party. >> oh, my goodness. since the video was released, there's now discussion about whether the woman driving the boat may have crashed into the party on purpose. >> she wasn't invited. >> serves them right, huh? >> that'll teach you not to invite me to your party. >> unfortunately, one person was injured. a purse snatcher in texas is no match for an 8-year-old boy. surveillance video shows a man opening up a woman's car door to take her purse. her two children were inside. her 8-year-old boy was able to fight him off. he got her wallet before he
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stole the purse. let's check in with rick right now. >> those are some stories. >> horrible wives, bad party, great kids, rick. the future is looking bright with the great kids. >> we should feel good about society. >> i guess so. you know how new england is supposedly beautiful in the fall. >> supposedly? >> this is proof. in honor of boston winning the game last night, this is what it looked like in boston yesterday. spectacular colors. this is from needham, you can see the prudential center, 55 degrees to 62 degrees. keep sending me those pictures. here's a look at what's about to happen. today's high temperatures, pretty nice temperatures. the blues that we're a little bit afraid about. the winter air is moving n. tomorrow, chicago, your temp drops to 48. tuesday the blue though is getting much closer. one last day across the eastern
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seaboard on tuesday and then everything kind of changes. going to be looking at hurricane conditions. most of them are tropical storms. i don't think we'll be looking at a big storm soon, but we have to watch it. could see some activity developing in the gulf over the next couple of weeks. i'm coming over to you now. we're going to test. >> a brazilian sports doctor often asked, how long am i going to live? this brazilian sports doctor came up with a method. people who have difficulty getting up off the floor are most likely to have fewer years left. grampa's got to get up. difficult to get up off the floor. you might have fewer than five
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years left if you have a hard time. >> it's called the sit and ride test. >> why is grampa on the floor? >> it's called the sitting-rising test. stand with your bare feet. i'm going to be the judge because i'm wearing a dress. >> smelly. >> peeuuu. >> now you have to lower down into a seated position. >> lower down and try to get back up. >> you don't use any points of contact. >> try this at home. tucker, try to do this. >> tucker's going all in. >> you can't use the knees? >> you can't use the knees, an elbow, a hand to get back up. >> all right. so try to get up now. wow. now from this position you have to get up without using an elbow, hand, knee. >> maybe we should sing coombaya
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while we're down here. >> get up without using elbow, anything. >> the sides of your feet. >> that's ridiculous. rick's got it. he's a yogi. >> that's why you need socks off. >> all right. i did it. >> whoa! >> save you. >>. >> knee down. >> we let everybody at home judge. >> i think we've established that tucker is going to die early. >> i didn't understand how you would do that. >> you have to use the sides of your feet to get up. once you lift your socks up. >> rick was stretching in his office. clayton is the one who found the survey. >> the problem is, you can't do it with -- whoa. >> don't do it with a suite coat
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on. >> suite is a little restricted. >> will you leave flowers on my grave? >> the whole thing is so you'll take a footstep into a gym. >> start to do yoga or something. >> i know for a fact you could just pop up like that. >> she could do it with one zbleg while eating sugary bagels. breakfast has the donut hole and cronut. i paid a visit to a manhattan couple who dame came up with th idea. >> froks and friends helping you eat your breakfast. >> welcome, anna. >> nick, alexa. what is a bantam bagel. >> a bantam bagel is a mini bagel ball that's filled with different kinds of cream cheese, butter. we have one with pb and j.
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>> all right. would you like to be an honorary member of our staff today? >> as long as i can do some taste testing. >> you guys would lose so much money if i worked here because i would eat everything. >> french toast, cinnamon nutmeg. the buffalo, more of a savory one, celery carrot bagel filled with buffalo chicken cheem crease. >> the young couple got their start on wall street and now on bleaker street, they say setting up shop in this area is attracting couples. >> there's so much going on with food. i think it's been a void in the bagel world. it's been incredibly well received. >> do you want to? maybe not a first date food. >> maybe not a first date food.
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>> the best way to bantam? >> so you're supposed to bite the hole where the filling is. >> it would be like eating a jelly donut from the prong side. >> you're a pro. >> activating the yeast. >> you can pour it in however you want. >> do not hit the big red button. there's 13, 1400 in this bowl right now. >> wow. clearly tli is for a katering order. >> katering has been huge for us. you're a pro. >> you're hired. >> bantam bagel, baby. >> we have dreams being everywhere. not just in the united states but abroad. >> so i brought some goodies for everybody to try. we have to eat them the correct way. my favorite is the friend one. >> that one is called everybody's favorite, the everything bagel. you have to eat them like a jelly donut.
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you ee you eat them with the filling part out. >> huh. >> oh, that's delicious. >> that is delicious. i forgot to mention we're doing our sit test this morning, send us your instagram photos this morning of your spouse trying to do this. >> this is our training, by the way. >> yeah. #ffweekend. >> if you have dvr, rewind it and show us your favorite part. >> it's not the iphone and i can't get out. coming up next on the weekend, going to pot. another state testing the waters to make marijuana legal for the fun of it. the hit show profiling the lives of preachers. >> p. diddy and others aren't the only ones who should be living in big houses and driving ferraris. >> this guest says this is an
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in big houses and driving big cars. >> nice hair there. >> this oxygen reality show "preachers in la" centers on the life of six preachers. they claim it's shamed the church by revealing the greed and arrogance of the preachers' stars and mocking the christian faith. >> joining us is one time congressional candidate, the reverend markell hutch chins. thank you for being with us. >> jesus promises suffering to his followers and somehow that message has been translated by these guys as jesus promises a ferrari. how does that work? >> it's embarrassing really to the church. it's antithetical to the church. it's displaying a degree of on
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pew lens and greed. this culture of overconsumption and greed and uncontrolled oppulence that we have seen pervasive in the hip-hop industry has begun to rear its ugly head in the church. some of them must stand up and cry out loud. this is not an accurate representation of christianity. >> reverend, a lot of our viewers are waking up and they're with us and they're feeling they're promised a life of prosperity. they may like the idea themselves of having more money than they have. maybe not necessarily driving a bentley but is there any truth into the message of what the show does send? >> i think -- you know, i don't seek to question these ministers and their sincerity. i think jesus wants us to prosp prosper. there's a big difference between pros perg and prost elwill he
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advertising. flamboyance is what we see. the message of jesus came that we have life and have it more abundantly. you can have an abundant life but not driving a ferrari. those resources should go to serve the community. i think in this hour where the most powerful and religious leader in the world pope francis has set a new standard for all of us, and that is that moderation and discretion is the order of the day, particularly in a world that is suffering as much as we are suffering in america and around the world. >> so it's easier for a camel to get through the eyes of needle than it is for a man to get to heaven. what do the preachers make of that line? >> i think they must be reading from a different bible, from a different book altogether. to a large degree shows like this one is visectemizing what
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the black church has and the church in general to speak to the social logical, moral, ethical, spiritual challenges that we face as a nation. when we still have an america with growing unemployment, we still have a struggling economy, we still have political gridlock in washington, the conversation that emanates from the church must not be about what one can acquire in terms of material possessions. >> right. >> these preachers seemed to have turned the corner from being servers to being served. >> it sure seems that way. >> reverend hutch chins, thank you for your time. 10 minutes before the hour. do you believe in mediums? >> what i get from you, somebody had a heart issue, heart surgery, this feels like a father figure. this is either a father figure or father. >> my father had quintuple
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welcome back. well, it's every parents' worst nightmare. losing a child in a crowded place. how much better would you feel if you could keep track of your child's location from your smartphone? our next guest invented just that, the buddy tag app. after a scary incident with his daughter at an amusement park. willie and bethanie wu join us. thanks for getting up early. >> thank you for having us. >> so, willie, how did you
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decide to come up with this app? >> well, it happened last year. my wife and i took the kids to six flags in texas and it was at the end of the day. we were heading home and we lost bethanie. we lost track of her. she was 6 years old and she was lost. and it took us a while to find her and it was such a traumatic experience for us so by the time i got home that night i went online to look for a product to help me to solve this problem. i couldn't find anything that was working, cost effective, that's easy to use. >> now, bethanie, what did it feel like to be lost from your family at six flags? >> it felt kind of scary because like if i'm just with a store keeper, you don't know if he's bad or good. >> willie, show us how the app works. bethanie has the button on her person that she can press.
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>> right. >> show me how this works. >> right. each buddy tag comes with a wrist band. inside the wrist band there is a blue tooth buddy tag. it has the blue tooth. it talks to the app on iphone via blue tooth. this one, the key feature is whenever she walks too far away from me, the app will detect that and will sound the alarm and vibrate and pop a message up and let me know she's too far away and let me grab her back. another great feature about it is the panic alarm. we can demonstrate over here. i often let her go to the bathroom by herself. if bethanie's in an uncomfortable situation. she can press the panic alarm. >> go ahead, bethanie, press that. >> and it sounds the alarm on my iphone. panic alarm. i can take action right away to help her out. >> finally, willie, how much is
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ishares by blackrock. cwhich includesres finvestment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. good morning, it is sunday the 20th of october, 2013. i'm anna kooiman. we start with a fox news alert. the man hunt finally over today for two inmates who escaped a florida prison using forged documents. the judge, whose name they used on those fake papers, here to tell us how we can prevent something like this from happening again. and from glitches to glore to low enrollment, very low. the obama care rollout has been riddled by snafus. kathleen sebelius is skipping a hearing before congress and refusing to explain the disastrous rollout.
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details ahead. ladies, it's a symbol of your love and commitment. would you ditch your wedding ring to get ahead at your job? a study revealing it's more common than you might think. taking your e-mails and tweets on this. straight ahead. would you take your wedding rick off to get a better job? "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. was that real outrage, was that faux outrage? >> i said during the graphic, what an appalling story. would you do that? >> ladies, talking to a man, pop off the wedding ring, all right, i'm up for this job. >> one of the ideas behind that is you may be more viable for the company because you're not going to leave and have kids immediately. >> if you're single you'll work long hours because you have no life. >> as if you can be married in an office and no one will know. >> more on that.
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>> we need to get to your sunday morning headlines. a 29-year-old man is under arrest this morning after trying to carry a bag full of weapons on to an airplane at one of the nation's busiest airports. cops at jfk found more than a dozen knives, cigarette lighters, cigarette and matches inside timothy sciavo's carry on. it's unclear why he was trying to care any this arsenal on board. tragedy in florida. 62-year-old mark kerto started his jump or fell out of the airplane. hundreds of onlookers saw that incident. >> instantly i thought about him just being out maybe on some adventure and how shocking this was going to be to his family. one minute it was a happy moment to what went wrong. >> the faa, national transportation safety board has taken over the investigation. all right. we are learning more about the
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twitter threat made against senator ted cruz. the fbi now confirming they are helping capitol police with the investigation. authorities have reportedly interviewed the person responsible for posting the threats along with a home address for cruz. now they are keeping an eye out for anyone trying to keep an eye out for anyone in that investigation. officials have not said if there's a credible threat against the senator. are you ready for some college football headlines? major upsets, ole miss hosting lsu. fourth quarter, ole miss with a chance to win it. a 41-yard field goal. ole miss beats lsu, 27-24. in college station, auburn stunning, johnny manziel. auburn's tre mason runs it in five yards. they retake the lead, 45-41 stretching for that touchdown. >> and a late game, number five, florida state and number three,
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clemson. the seminoles steam role clemson. florida state wins 51-14. it was a mess. >> that's pretty serious. speaking of a mess, did you say it was a mess? >> a total mess. >> better than the obama care rollout though. new events in the capitol hill obama care rollout. kathleen sebelius will not be appearing at a congressional hearing on thursday. congress has asked her to come and explain what the heck is going on, and she's too bugsy. >> she is saying she has to go to some sort of gala event the night before and, moreover, hhs will not be providing lower level officials to explain why the glitch is. >> are they allowed to do that? if congress were to call any of us and ask us to come in to testify about something, you'd think you'd go. >> the sequence are calling. >> they're supposed to. you can't just ignore congress if you're the executive branch.
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they have the oversight role. >> right. >> in this case they are. we're also learning how many people have signed up for obama care, 476,000 applications have been filed but the idea is they were trying to reach 7 million to be enrolled during the first six months. there's a difference whether they have applied or actually enrolled. we still do not know how many have enrolled. ken kuch chi nelly spoke about this and he said obama care is an embarrassment. >> president obama's ideas are deeply flawed and this has been a national embarrassment. let me be plain, the law that carries the president's name is the hallmark of a reckless federal government that has lost its way. there's a question whether or not millennials are turning away from the website because they can't log on.
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the website is telling them to come back later. are young people turned off by this? let me tell you about some research. it turns out if you go to a website, four out of five people, if it takes longer for your eye to blink for the page to load, you will click off of it. 400 milliseconds. >> i'm annoyed by the website and i've not been there yet. look, here are one of the reasons why so few people have been to the website and sign up. very few americans need obama care. very few americans ever needed obama care. we went through all of this drama, spent all of this money and had the government take over our health care system for a tiny percentage that didn't have health care and wanted it. there are 315 million people in this country and less than half a million, according to by the way a source in the administration, have even tried
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to sign up. >> along with all of these glitches on the website that these young people are going, i'm healthy. it may be more beneficial for me to simply faye the fine instead. they're already upset about obama care because their unemployment rates are higher. they think obama care is making it more difficult to get jobs. we're going to switch gears and talk about pakistan. >> on fox news.com, new go there, you'll see a big headline. the white house has released over $1.6 billion in pakistani assistance money. you remember that this money had been held back, right, for a number of reasons following the raid that killed osama bin laden. we felt like the pakistanis were come police sid in hiding osama bin laden in that part of the country for a long time keeping it quiet. why would we continue to give them money? what has changed that we're giving them $1.6 billion? >> pakistan created and sustained the taliban going back
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more than 15 years. they hate us. on the other hand, pakistan has a lot of nuclear weapons. it's one of the most volatile track records. i hope every one of these dollars goes to securing these nuclear weapons. instead, a lot of this was humanitarian. do we get a single thing as americans? probably not. >> especially when we were hitting 17 trillion dollars now. unbelievable. >> you look at the countries where we're giving more money. afghanistan, $15 billion. $15 billion. israel, $3.1 billion. pakistan at 2 point poip $8 billion. that's an estimate. iraq, over $2 billion. egypt, 1.6. you look at those numbers and you go, where does that get us? >> that's the point. i don't think anybody is against foreign aid if we get something in return. the last ten years there are a lot of countries and the population still hates us. the government still acts against our interest.
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what is the point? these dollars ought to be targeted in a way that serves our interests. >> great point. back in the '70s we had a choice. which country became the world's largest democracy? india. which company has aided and abetted terrorists for the past ten years? pakistan. we've given more money to pakistan. india is one of the thriving countries. >> india was roughly in the soviet orbit but with the united states as the soul super power, our goal is clear. we want less chaos and we want our interests respected. giving money to people who are undermining our interests -- >> we want less craziness and y chaos in our own lives. what do successful people do before they go to bed. one thing sheryl sandberg does is she decides she's going to turn off her cell phone before she goes to bed. shoo he said that it can wait until the morning and that way the blackberry isn't going ding,
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ding, ding all night long. >> stephen king, one of the most prolific authors of all time, he makes sure that all of his pillows are pointed a certain way. >> my wife does this, too. she wants the pillow cases pointing in towards the bed so they aren't facing out. i don't understand it. she said that's the way you make a bed proper. >> i'm on her side. the ceo of american express says he writes down three things he wants to accomplish. >> not one person said, i talk to my wife. i'm serious. you didn't see a single person say i take time for intimacy. >> too embarrassed to talk about it. >> maybe they're so focused on getting ahead and they forget that. that would be a huge shame. >> we should celebrate. we talk about violence, all of these other things. we should celebrate love. that's great. there was a study two months ago that showed that people who were intimate at night before bed or
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whatever with their spouse were more successful. >> of course they are. >> yeah. that's something that one of our viewers shared. this one from beverly. i make sure my tv is set to fox news so when i wake up in the morning and i turn it back on, there you are. >> here's dave. he says i listen to three songs. usually halfway through the second the eyelids are heavy so rarely i get to the third song. >> for me, not bad for led zeppelin. marlene writes i read four newspapers back to back and i watch fox news. >> wow, that's a long ritual. >> that's a lot of ink on your hand. >> it starts at noon. she gets in bed at noon. >> speed reader. >> ron from alabama writes i kiss my wife, good night, i love you. if i don't, i can't sleep. >> thank you. 11 minutes after the hours. two killers back behind bars this morning after using a
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welcome back. 15 minutes past the hour. the man hunt for the two killers is over now. the two used forged documents to walk out of jail.
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now they're back behind bars. the question this morning is how can we prevent this from happening again. joining us is florida circuit court judge judge belvin perry whose name was used to sign off on the documents. they used your forged signatures, judge. when you heard that news, what did you think? >> well, i was amazelated to fi out they were captured last night. that nightmare is over. now we begin to put measures in place to make sure this never happens again. >> is this a florida thing or a united states thing? it seems like it's on criminals to sign the forms and hand them over. that doesn't seem right. >> well, what happened in this particular case, someone came to the clerk of the court's office, which is a separate
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constitutional office, and they filed these documents which was a notion correct an illegal sentence. also at the same time, which is somewhat unusual, an order which granted the motion. the clerk took those documents, processed those documents and transmitted those documents to the florida department of corrections who got the documents acted upon them. >> by registering -- a warrant is issued for their arrest. we know the legislative process can take a long time. is this likely to happen again? can other criminals watch the news and pay attention to what these guys did and do it themselves? >> they can attempt to do it. i doubt very seriously if this will happen again. number one, the department of
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corrections will be calling to verify that the documents are, in fact, awe thuthentic when yok about early release of inmates. we have put measures in place to make sure the documentthey are department of corrections are in fact verified that they are in fact the real mccoy before they get to the department of corrections so you're going to have two layers. >> that's good. good news. before i let you go, they forged your signature. did it look like your signature? did you look at it? >> well, i looked at it and it's more than likely my signature. thousands of documents were placed on the worldwide web in the case of casey anthony. all they need to do is cut, paste and slice and that's what they did. they lifted it off of a document
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and pasted it on another document. >> judge belvin perry, thank you for joining us. coming up here on the show, as if there isn't enough waste in washington, now some furloughed federal employees may get paid twice for not working this month. plus, the unbelievable sitdown i had with a spiritual medium. >> what i get with you is there is some heart -- somebody had a heart issue, heart surgery, and this feels like a father figure. so this is either a father or grandfather. >> my father had heart surgery, quintuple bypass. >> more of that revealing interview when we come back. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] if you suffer from a dry mouth
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23 minutes after the hour. how are you feeling? yesterday clayton and i sat down with a spiritual medium and author of "awaken the spirit within." by rebecca rosen. >> she told us how she had this gift and she had a few surprising messages she wanted to deliver to me. take a look. >> this is fascinating because i asked you a little while ago when did you know you had this ability. were you a little kid? little kids know at 2 or 3 years old? >> no, for me it happened when i was 20. i went through the first 20 years of my life having no idea. all of a sudden my dead grandmother starts talking to me and i'm hearing her in my head, in my mind's voice. i thought i was going crazy. it took me a good two years to really believe because i was skeptical, why all of a sudden can i do this?
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>> what do you go through to become who you are today? >> a lot of it is the more you work it, the stronger. it's a sixth sense. it's a muscle. you have to use it and trust it. that's how it got stronger. >> in your book you say your grandmother came to you. you need to go teach this to other people, how to get in touch with their intuition. >> the book is really focused on how to wake up to your intuition and the purpose of your entire life. the first step really is all about reflecting. it's about going within. you do that through meditation. and then the second step is about resetting. it's about remembering. we all have this innate gps system that i call intuition. once you acknowledge it, like i said, you can then work with it and use it to make your life what it's meant to be. >> then finally you rise up. how do you do that? >> you rise up. you rise up by embodying who you
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are. we're souls. then remembering why you are. who are you? why are you? what's your life's purpose. >> so i asked you, well, you know, you had that 20-year-old experience and then you suddenly then start finding yourself attuned to other people's energi energies? >> so i would be walking in the grocery store and i would start hearing things. it makes no sense to me when i'm hearing grampa james, who died of a heart attack, but then once i asked somebody and they can validate it. >> all right. can i put you to the test? am i open enough? i guess that's the other question, am i open enough for you to feel anything? is there anybody in my family you might be -- >> what i get with you is there's some heart -- somebody had a heart issue, heart surgery and this feels like a father figure. so this is either a father or grandfather. and they want me to talk about anniversary now, which would have to be -- when i say now, it's right around now, october,
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who has had an anniversary, anniversary of a death. >> i don't know. but my anniversary is today. >> happy anniversary. >> that is bizarre. >> that is it. >> and we were talking this morning about your father having heart prob 3w4re789s. >> my father had heart surgery, quintuple bypass. this is your dad's dad. your dad is going to be okay. so your father's alive, correct? >> correct. >> he's going to be fine because they're showing me everything is good with the heart procedure. that's a green light. that means tell your father the grandfather is wishing you a happy anniversary. real quick, do you have two kids? >> yes. >> okay. because i am seeing the grandfather watching over the two and he's showing me not to worry. grampa really, really is guiding you. >> on my mom's side or my dad's
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side? >> father figure. on your mom's side. the first father -- the grandfather who came in in the beginning was watching over your dad. that's your dad's dads. >> wow. >> there's a b initial of one of them. >> ben. >> that's it, ben. >> that's my middle name, benjamin. >> that's who that is. your mom's father? >> yeah. >> he's your guardian angel. your dad's dad is watching over your dad and is the one who said your dad will be okay. >> wow. >> h'm. >> generally i'm quite skeptical of this type of thing but watching yours -- >> you're going to get your turn coming up the next hour. we're going to show yours -- >> my romans, when will i ever get married. her response was classic. >> grain of salt maybe. >> if you then switch your whole life, you never know. you could switch your whole career, your whole life as a result of that. >> yeah. >> i'm trying to restrain
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♪ ♪ apparently some women are looking for somebody to give them some money, and that's their reason for taking off their wedding rings. one in three women will remove their wedding rings during job interviews and at work to get ahead. we're asking everybody at home is this okay? is this something you have ever done? >> one in three women? in what country? >> in the united states. according to compare jewelry.com, the survey found one out of three women will remove their wedding rings when it isn't necessary to do so. of those, 35% of them remove them at work and 25% at job interviews. they think they'll get a job if they're more likely to remove their wedding ring. >> not just talking about because you're washing your hands. >> cooking or something.
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that is incredible. 22% remove their rings when they socialize. that would be a red flag. if your wife is taking off her wedding ring to go to bars -- >> yeah. >> the same study, a british study, one in ten do it to cheat on their partners. >> only one in ten. the idea is a woman without a wedding ring has an advantage in a job interview. >> that's the bottom line. what does that say about the bosses? >> i was about to say, not in a job interview with me. i like hiring married people. >> it makes them more stable. >> exactly right. they don't live out their emotional lives at work. they're happy, stable, committed, obviously able to see something through long term. >> i used to have a boss a number of years ago, ten years ago, said he refused to hire single people because they were usually a mess. you're right. he would hire people that had a boyfriend or a significant other because he could kind of depend on them. >> or there ends up being some
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inner office romance problems that tend to arise too. the other idea is women feel like in a job interview they would seem more valuable to a potential employer because they wouldn't run away and have kids. >> you'll hire them and six months later have a baby. oops, i got married. i didn't mention it. >> yeah. i failed to mention it. >> share your thoughts. is this bad? 34 minutes after the hour. on to some sunday morning news headlines. the furloughed workers may be getting double pay thanks to the government shutdown. several states will allow workers to collect both unemployment and back pay. about 400,000 federal employees were furloughed during the 16-day shutdown. it is expected to cost taxpayers as much as $24 billion. the biker charged in the road race case is now out on bail. he surrendered to cops after he was identified in a video clip.
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according to police. he was part of a group of bikers. seven other motorcyclists have been charged. an ohio building is collapsing on top of a demolition workers. the building started to lean and the worker protected inside in an excavator cage walked away unharmed. >> a simple test may predict how long you live. it involves sitting on the ground and trying to stand up without using your hands and feet. we tried it earlier in the show. >> come on, that's ridiculous. >> rick has it. he's a yogi. >> that's why you need socks
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off. all right, i did it. knee down. >> you lost. >> whoa! >> oh, man. it looks -- it's harder than it looks. >> i don't think it could be harder than it looks. >> than it sounds. >> rick pulled out his back. he said, my back hurts now. >> are you okay? >> we asked our viewers this morning to send us in their photos of them doing it on #ffweekend. get your spouse or somebody in your house doing it. else' that difficult. rick, are you still hurting? >> no, i'm fine. it's a good thing those are big double pain windows, otherwise i would have been out on the street. >> it is insult to injury. not only is it hard, if you fail to do it, you'll die sooner. >> oh, no, i can't do this and i'm almost dead. it's incentive to stretch and work out, i guess. that's the whole point. >> that's the moral. >> that's the moral, tucker.
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just saying. >> thank you. i'm sorry. i'm late for my ballet class. >> don't let this show interrupt you. all right. let's take a look at your weather maps, guys. this incredible picture coming in to me from bucks county, pennsylvania. it's along the delaware river that separates jersey and pennsylvania. take a look at that. beautiful fall colors. 43 degrees as the sun is rising. plenty of sunshine. a lot of people out across the areas of the northeast doing leave peeping. that's the official term for it. here's what your forecast looks like across the northeast for the day. we'll go through the day. see a few scattered showers. lake enhanced rain showers but no snow at this point. temps remaining cool by the evening hours at least. down towards the southeast, a front moves through yesterday. we'll see a spectacular day, maybe a shower or two across areas of florida.
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temperatures feeling like -- a couple storms will move through. it will drop temperatures down. we'll see a few snow flurries from time to time. maybe three inches or so accumulating. not across areas of the west. a pretty spectacular day. phoenix back into the 80s with plenty of sunshine. back in to you. all right, rick. welcome back. >> must have or must not? we've seen all the ads. we've watched them on tv. we've heard the claims. as seen on tv products often sound too good to be true. are they? >> megan meany put some of these popular gizmos to the test and she's here to show us what is a must-have and what is a must not. >> hey, after that move i told you you might need the chilo for any injuries. >> you fill it with seven or eight cups of water. fill it with water.
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put it in the fridge. chill it up. i'm going to tell you, it wasn't very cold after four hours. it didn't seem like it was going to stay cold all night. it was leaky. you're supposed to uncork it, let some air out. that was a messy job. there was water everywhere. >> leaky. >> it was leaky and not very cold. it's a must not for me. if you have a head injury or hot flash, i don't think it's for you. the side pocket, have you seen these? doesn't it drive you crazy when you can't push your toaster in, the lamp is in the way. you have a side socket. you see what i'm saying. >> there's a little swivel here, too, if you need a little swivel action just to reach the cord. basically everything can push up against the wall. space saving. and it's got ain't surge
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protection. like ten bucks and you get two of them. i know you love this. >> this is the most clever thing. >> must-have, the side socket. this is so cool. you pour it in and clockwise and counterclockwise. you want to give it a try there. in both directions until it absorbs into this bristle lining. it doesn't spill. >> look at this blond hair. it's go the to be gray. no, it's not. you just flip out this liner, wash it off. $26. you can climb the ladder without a wobbly can of paint. genius. must-have, right. >> i don't know how much you guys cook, but this is supposed to -- this is the slice-o-matic, it's supposed to julienne those vegetables. that was not easy to put together. about 10:30 last night my husband was still helping me
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trying to assemble it. this was a must not. once you get it together, it doesn't kind of work. it's a little flimsy. you have to really hold it down. my feeling is it's going to be just as quick for me to grab the buescher knife. it doesn't go in the dishwasher. >> a lot of springs, have you to clean that? >> yes. >> sorry slice-o-matic. >> did you try this? >> we did some video. the air curler. we have the same issue. we had about five people. >> put the hair dryer in it. >> look at it. it's supposed to curl your hair with the air of a hair dryer. govina said, no, mamacita. this is too complicated. i prefer my hair dryer. >> she feels like she'll be out of a job. >> i tried it and i don't work here full time. it didn't work for me either.
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my hair is short. didn't you feel like your hair tangled. >> i tried it. it went crazy. it pulled my wig off. >> if you want to see more, go to megan's must-haves. two out of four ain't bad. >> if you're on the golf course, this would come in handy for something else. >> drinks? >> picking up divots. >> coming up here on the show, she was asked to write about her hero, so she picked god. then her school said, no way. this morning a big update. >> where did i put that? ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] raise your hand if you've got savings whiplash.
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don't vote for me. the 70-year-old running is bob wiser. he's running unopposed for a second term. he says he's lost interest and is tired of butting heads with local lawmakers. good news for the ten-year-old girl in georgia who was told she couldn't write about god. she turned in this assignment and got an a on it. this week the school reversed its original decision. pope francis has won rave reviews for his seemingly revolutionary tone, but some catholics are not so happy about his modern take. for clarification we bring in our fox news religion
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contributor, father morse. >> the pope is a very orthodox christian but some are very sus spish shus. it's so bad in many ways. we need somebody to stand up and speak about the moral objectivity of right and wrong. yes, that's what he's saying is, you know what, let's lead with mercy. and people will get to that. so it's a little bit different and some people certainly you see it all over the blogs and others are saying, you know what, this guy is a liberal, he's crazy. maybe more accepting. he's leading with mercy.
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we've had discussions about young people leaving the church and fleeing the church. a way of including the younger generation of people in the catholic church? >> i think what he's doing is connect with jesus. remember the short guy who climbed up the tree? he was a bad guy, right? because he was a tax collector. he was taking money from his own people, his own jewish people. he was known as being a real sheister. when jesus encountered him in the tree he said, hey, zakius, come down from there. i want to spend time with you. he didn't say, i know who you are. we're going to deal with this. he doesn't talk about jesus once calling him to the carpet and what he was doing wrong, but by loving him. remember the woman caught in adu adu
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adultery, he didn't say, don't sin anymore. he didn't say anything. he said, if you're innocent, throw the first stone. he led with mercy. that's what pope francis is inviting us to do. >> father, for people who are not okay with this progressive message and tone he has, he's been speaking a lot about abortion rights and gay rights. what message do you have for those people? >> read his daily home homilies. super simple, off the cuff, filled with mercy. he's leading with mercy. he hasn't changed any church teachings on those issues. he can't. it's the bible. he's teaching us to love. if i was meeting with tucker, you know, spiritual direction, the first thing -- >> mercy full. >> i wouldn't say get a haircut, tucker. it would turn people off. it would turn him off. you start with things like, that's a nice tie.
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>> that's a great tie. i love that tie. >> your ministry at face value and get a haircut. >> you'd have a meal first, and get the haircut. >> it would come so obvious. >> i don't care what anybody says about you, tucker, i like you. coming up first, there was fast and furious and now another single linked back to the atf. this time it involves grenades. how does this keep happening? then a clerk chases off an armed would-be robber in turn? what did he get back? a pink slip. now he's firing back. that clerk up next on "fox & friends." ♪ but your erectile dysfunction - itld be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you cabe more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph like needing to go frequently or urgently.
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53 minutes after the hour. when a store clerk from new
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hampshire was threatened by a robber carrying a knife, he took action pulling out his own gun to protect himself. >> that move very well may have saved his life. unfortunately, he was not able to save his job. shannon kaufman was ultimately fired by the company for defending himself with a firearm. he joins us now. boy, thanks for joining us this morning. so you had a gun, he came at you with a knife. do you have any doubt if you hadn't been armed you would have been hurt? >> oh, no. i most definitely would have been harmed. i have no doubt in my mind. >> what we want to get in this statement from the employer because you were carrying a gun and it was against their policy. they say we do respect the constitutional rights to bear arms, however, we feel the best way to keep people safe is to not have weapons in the workplace. >> there were 20 robberies in
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the area. what made you decide to carry the gun even though it was against company policy. >> like you said, it was a decision. working a job like that especially with the hours i work, there's always risk involved. i could find another job. it's very difficult to find another life. >> so the company is saying you're not allowed to defend yourself. did they do anything to defend you? was there an armed guard protecting you? did they do anything to keep you safe or was the onus totally on you to keep yourself safe? >> there is no armed guard, no drawer system to deal with customers after a certain hour, no glass. the counter is open only on one end so, i mean, realistically, yeah, it's fine for them to say, don't defend yourself. don't do anything, give them whatever they want except in a situation where you feel your
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life is threatened. >> would you go back and change your actions at all? it certainly seems possibly to have saved your life. what would you say to other people in similar situations that work these odd late-night hours? >> i would not go back and change my actions, but i would say if you are in a similar situation you need to weigh your decisions very carefully because there's always consequences to every action, whether it's a correct action, incorrect action, ambiguous action. there's always consequences. >> better to be unemployed than death. shannon cothran, thank you for joining us. i'm impressed. good for you. i'm sorry you were punished for it. >> you've never had any trouble with the law. he had a permit to carry it. >> you're a criminal for defending yourself. ridiculous. a year later one of the fathers of the soldiers killed in benghazi finally getting a
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good morning. it is sunday the 20th of october, 2013. i'm anna kooiman and on to a fox news alert. the man hunt over for two inmates who escaped a florida prison using forged documents. this morning we're hearing from the judge whose name was used on those fake papers. >> more than 13 months after the benghazi attacks, still no answers for this father. >> i could not and would not have gone to sleep until i knew that every effort was made to rescue. no effort was made. >> why he says the president could have done more. and this simple sitting test can predict how long you will
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live. ah. all right, i did it. a knee down. >> okay. so you lost. >> whoa! >> no hands. have you tried it at home? we've tried t. we're going to ask you for your pictures in a moment. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. it was pretty embarrassing. welcome to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. the test will show basically how much longer you'll live. >> the test doesn't show how much longer you're going to live. >> according to the doctor. >> according to some crack pot crank -- >> you're just mad because you lost. >> not only did i lose -- no, it doesn't show -- >> a couple of things we lost during that segment. send us your pictures. >> come on. >> rick fell through a window. >> why don't you try it? >> try it at home. get out your cell phone camera.
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use #ffweekend. on our facebook page, ffweekend be. we'll show you our pictures. >> if you're watching us on dvr, rewind it and freeze frame the favorite shot. one minute after the hour. we'll get to your news headlines. we have to get to this. two convicted killers are back behind bars and expected in court. charles walker and joseph jenkins were found hiding out at a panama city hotel room. they gave themselves up without resistance. an interview with one of their associates helped pinpoint them. they dupd the system with fake documents granting their early release with forged signatures from the florida judge belvin perry. he said this earlier on "fox & friends." >> i doubt very seriously this will happen again. number one, the department of corrections will be calling to
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verify that the documents are, in fact, authentic. we are putting measures in place in orange and osceola county to make sure that they're verified. >> more details are expected to be released at a police news conference at 10:30. a 29-year-old man is arrested this morning after trying to carry a bag full of weapons on to an airplane at one of the nation's busiest airports. cops at new york's jfk found more than a dozen knives, cigarette lighters, scissors and matches inside timothy sciavo's bag. they can fly with knives and scissors but they must be checked in luggage. the u.s. is quietly releasing more than $1 billion of military and economic aid to
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pakistan. top officials say ties have improved while others, including form jaer chairman of the joint chiefs, admiral mike mullen, are still questioning their commitment to pakistan. a football fairy tale. the homecoming queen and king had something special in common. >> andrea mardino and your football king val romine. >> the new homecoming queen and king are both football players. the two are also high school sweet hearts. here's a happy ending for you. even though the queen got hurt during the game, she's going to be okay. her team played on and they actually won the game, too. >> that would be hard to continue playing if your sweetheart gets carted off in an ambulance. >> why do you say that? >> carted off in an ambulance. >> totally bizarre. just for a grounding, brings back to reality, rick is
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standing by with an update on the natural world. >> i thought you wanted to get back to reality about not being able to get up off the floor. >> i've fallen and i can't get up. >> we won't let it go away. >> on normal tv shows don't they prevent you from embarrassing yourself? >> on normal shows. not ours. >> we ordered tucker a life alert so when he falls down -- >> tucker never watched this show before he joined. >> apparently not. >> this has been going on for a long time, buddy. if you're waking up across the northern parts of the plains, the coldest day since last may. you have temps into the 40s as far south as, say, the hill country of texas. there we go. chicago, here's the cold air on its way. today you'll get to 61. by tomorrow, cold air moves in and you'll be in the 40s. the cold air is there. the overnight temperatures are below freezing almost every morning. there's a series of storms moving in here. all of this rotation. it will bring snow at times. by tuesday we'll see the next
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batch coming in across the farther plains. temperature wise today, not that bad. the cold air gets across the eastern part of the country. put away your computers. >> all right. doing some work here. >> what? why, thank you, rick. some updates of course this morning on benghazi. something we haven't been talking about. i'm sure the obama administration has been pleased about that given the government shutdown talk and of course what has been going on with obama care. we haven't been talking about benghazi. now there's an update. president obama has responded to a letter from the father of the victim of the benghazi attacks. he wants questions answered. i don't know that the father necessarily got his questions answered. >> no, he didn't. not according to an interview he did with governor huckabee. watch this. >> this is a father-to-father personal question from my heart. now i don't know about him but i know myself, i would not have
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checked out for seven hours as the secretary of defense says the president did and not even worry about it. i could not around would not ha checked out and gone to sleep until i knew every effort was rescued. for three hours ty's body was on the tarmac. not only was it not sent to rescue but not pick up his body. when it says, we didn't have time to respond. how do you know you didn't have time to respond? this was almost an eight hour battle. >> that grieving and outraged father says the president tried to offer reassurance, i did everything in my power and charles wood says, absolutely i would not have left my son out there to die as you and your administration essentially did and he's just heart broken by all of it. >> he's also confused because he has a number of questions, such as why weren't planes scrambled to come to the assistance of
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american forces in benghazi and libya and he can't get an answer. by the way, the only answers he's received so far are from journalists. he's had to appeal to reporters. the u.s. government owes this man, owes all of us, but especially a father of one of the men who gave his life for the united states some kind of answer, adequate answer and they haven't bothered to give him one. >> our own james rosen recording this morning. we haven't heard this from the administration, he heard that they may have come to the same conclusions that the obama administration did about the military response, that it was too far and it wouldn't have helped to get the military there in time. they couldn't have done it. however, that still doesn't answer the question as to why the military wasn't anywhere near this hot zone in the first place. that still hasn't been answered. >> what were they doing there in the first place? >> charles wood says i want a name. i want a name that told them to
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stand down. the president didn't answer that. there are reports out that the atf allowed grenades into mexico. they're popping up among deadly fights in mexico in the cartel. >> he says this whole thing was filled with errors from the beginning. take a listen. >> well, it was just a comedy of errors under the same vacuum of leadership that was going on. it wasn't part and parcel of the fast and furious investigation, it was dynamic in its own way. clearly the leadership of the phoenix field that was responsible for fast and furious did not enhance our abilities to prevent the components from going into mexico. that's the fact. it still boils down to nobody who had their hands in the decisions of fast and furious or
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any of the debacles that we exposed through our collective interviews and whistle blowing has suffered at all. not one person has been fired or demoted. >> in case you haven't been following this story, the administration allowed a suspected arms smuggler from illinois, an american citizen, to go back and forth into mexico without apprehending him. he brought grenades on some of those trips. he was in the end arrested by mexican authorities, not u.s. authorities. unbelievable. >> e-mail us this morning, friends@foxnews.com. plus this. you saw my reading with a spiritual medium. what did you think about that? we promised we would do anna's next. >> i'm next. >> you don't want to miss the revelations she makes. >> romance or lack thereof. >> i don't believe it for a second. ignore the fortuneteller. >> did you know the new debt ceiling has no debt ceiling. that gives the feds a blank
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oo. 14 minutes after the hour. this week the house committee is set to investigate the horrendous glitches on the obama health care website. >> health and human secretary kathleen sebelius has a conflict and she won't be there to testify. >> joining us is the host of "fox news sunday" chris wallace. thanks for joining us. >> good to be with us. >> pretend i am a 3-year-old and explain this to me. if congress calls and asks you to come down and answer a few
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questions about one of the biggest programs in the country right now and you say, i can't show up, are you allowed to do that, not show up to congress? >> well, yeah, unless they subpoena her, but it is a curious decision, there's no question about it. obviously -- and you can already see it, even in the mainstream media, that now that the government is no longer shut down there's a lot more focus. i saw the other night nbc nightly news led with the story about the problems with the rollout of obama care. and, you know, i think there's growing concern about this. and so the idea that the secretary who's in charge of it, secretary sebelius, would not testify, this is the first time that a major congressional committee, the house commerce committee, is -- you know, is calling for an investigation, a hearing. she's not going to testify. and what makes it even worse is she said scheduling conflicts, but the night before she has time to go up to boston for a
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gala for the kennedy library. i think it's wonderful that she's going there to celebrate president kennedy but i don't know why she couldn't make it back to washington for this hearing. interestingly enough, there's a story out that president obama met with his staff and is quite concerned and understandably concerned about the rollout and will have an event monday on which he will supposedly own up to all of the problems that obama care has had in these first couple of weeks. >> chris, earlier, last week you heard a number of high profile democrats say out loud that very thing, boy, this has been a rocky launch and it's embarrassing. has that grown louder, that chorus, or has it stopped? >> no, it's grown louder. it's like the old line about what do you believe, me or your lying eyes? all you have to do is hear all of the horror stories. it's not just fox which has been on this since the beginning, now
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the mainstream media has begun to catch onto the story and talk about all of the problems. interestingly enough, the administration over the weekend has put out a story that says 476,000 people so far have filed applications on either the federal or state websites, but i still won't say how many enrolled. the application process is complicated. you have to give all kinds of information, then they have to rule that you're actually eligible and then you enroll. yes, application is good. that's at least a number. 476,000. we don't know how many people have enrolled. the government is counting on 7 million enrolling in this first year. >> quickly, chris, to stay with health care for a second. is there any chatter that there will be an extension of the deadline before people start getting fines because, you know, in order to sign up you have to be able to sign up and people haven't been able to do so. >> not so far. there are republicans calling for it. i think democrats are going to
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resist it and president obama. remember, you take out -- there are various things and some would argue that he's delayed too many things already or not enough. you take away the individual mandates, that's the only way insurance companies can do all the things obama care can do, like take people with pre-existing conditions, they'll get people to pay their premiums. that's money that can go to others. you take away the individual mandate, obama care falls away. >> who is coming up on your show? we have these budget negotiations. i imagine you'll be talking about that. >> we'll talk about that. we'll talk about obama care. we'll talk about marco rubio who is talking about reopening the government. he is one of 18 americans who voted against it. we'll talk to dick durbin and roy blunt, a member of the
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republican leadership from missouri. somebody you've never heard of before, michael needham, 31-year-old who's head of heritage action said no, most of the members ended up siding with the 31-year-old. you'll meet michael needham on "fox news sunday." >> chris wallace, host of "fox news sunday." catch it. you saw my reading with the spiritual medium last hour. next up is anna. >> who was a strong -- there's a cross. represents strong faith. very much into his relidge gone. is that snem. >> yeah, my sweet papa sesaw. >> we promise you won't want to miss what happens next. >> another monster sea creature washes ashore. now a big mystery.
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quick headlines for you. the second time in less than a week a sea serpent washed up on a beach. the oar fish washed up this past week. this is the second one in two weeks. it can grow to more than 50 feet. they live in deep waters. there's not much known about
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them. biologists say the two findings are coincidence. the world series match-up is set. boston red sox coming from behind last night to beat the detroit tigers. the score 5-2. they won the al pennant. it will be the boston team's third trip to the pennant. game one of the world series is wednesday night at fenway park in boston. well, earlier we introduced you to renowned spiritual medium rebecca rosen who has been giving guidance from the other side to all sorts of people including myself and big-time dleb bring the tis. >> as we continue to sit down, i told her i'm a skeptic of the so-called six 9 senseth sense -- sixth sense. >> i'm somebody who's skeptical so i'm wondering if i'm a good client. >> do you have a father who passed? >> no. >> there's a father figure.
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did you know that grampa? >> yes. >> who was a strong -- i'm seeing a cross. it represents strong faith. very much into his religion. is that them? >> yeah. my sweet papa cecil. he's showing me there is someone bigger, something beyond religion. you're not married right now? >> no. >> wait. be particular. be picky because -- >> she is. >> -- you can be and there's something about moving meditation. do you run? >> that's the way you would get in touch with your intuition and connect. i have -- >> how i'm going to meet my man? >> they want you to stay put, which means don't move, keep everything as is. do you have a little dog? >> i have a big dog. >> that dog is like your guardian angel right now. that dog's not leaving your side. and they're showing me -- are you dating somebody? >> go on. >> break it off. break it off. he's not the one. >> wow. >> i hope he's watching.
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>> michael i'm supposed to tell you is significant. >> say that again. >> michael is my brother. >> that's important. they're showing me, this is your grandparents or your grandfather on your mom's side, and something about you reaching out and connecting to michael. make the effort. >> i'll see him in two weeks. >> yeah. >> you will end up married but it's not until you're around 40. >> 40. wow. i've got 11 more years. >> yeah. late 30s, early 40s. take your time. >> okay. thank you. well, now you've ended one relationship here. rebecca rosen, the spiritual medium and author of the new book "awaken the spirit within" jaw dropping stuff. >> thanks for having me. >> 11 years. >> i never would have guessed that you run or know someone called michael. >> or have a dog, which is on my facebook page. >> really, brilliant. >> it could all be true.
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>> it is true that the odds of you running and having a dog and knowing someone called michael are about 100%. >> i don't have a dog. >> brilliant. >> you're definitely a bigger skeptic than i am. coming up next on the show, look out. the frightening moment a speed boat comes crashing into a group of people. it might not have been an accident. sit, stand and repeat. this says how long you'll live. you saw us try it out. we want you to do it at home. e-mail us the picture. friends at fox news.com. first, happy birthday to tom petty. believe it or not, he's 60 years old today ♪ free falling ♪ 6
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. it's your shot of the morning, literally. flu season is here. it's time to get your flu shots so target pharmacy is helping us out. >> rick is outside to help us with what's new with the flu. >> i just got my flu shot. target came here. anisa helped us out. target has flu shots. >> yes, we do. we have four different types of flu shots available for our guests. right here, the first one is the standard flu shot which is inside your muscle. next one is the shorter needle
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flu shot. >> important for people afraid of big needles. >> the next one is the flu mist. nasal spray, needle free. it's also quadravalent this year, it covers four strains of the flu. the last one is the hydo vaccine which is for our guests older than 65 years old. >> who should be getting a flu shot? >> the cdc recommends anyone older than six months of ainge getting the flu shot. there are high risk groups such as pregnant patients, patients older than 60 years of age. >> every target that has a pharmacy has the flu shot available. there's no shortage of them? >> no. every target, we do have vaccinations. >> what's a better way to get them.
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>> go to target.com. >> expect a beautiful day across the northeast. >> down not southeast, a fantastic day. sunshine for everyone except in florida. snow across much of minnesota and into wisconsin and out across the west. little bit of snow in the northern rockies. aside from that, everybody else looking sunny. a great day to get out there and get your flu shot. thanks so much, rick. earlier this morning on the show we were talking about before bed rituals. some of the most successful people in america and asked what do you do before bed that helps you wake up ready to accomplish your goals. here's the question. stephen king likes to do the
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pillows. he has all the pillows facing one way. sheryl sandberg says she turns off her phone. paul ramirez writes us. i take my meds. it sucks to be old. daniel parker writes, pray for my nation and my daughter, grace an turning 4 on the 30th. >> mary ambrose writes pray the rose ri. >> go to bed early, rise early. da daily bible. >> go to our facebook page ffweekend. >> billy carter wrote in? >> can you believe it? >> plug in the phone. he likes to plug in his phone. >> i like the american express ceo likes to write down three things he wants to accomplish the next day. >> right. >> that's a good one. >> that's why he's the ceo of american express. >> ben franklin, he's not with us anymore, but when he was he used to go to bed and ask, what good did he do that day. >> that will keep you up.
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>> reflect. 34 minutes after the hour. sunday morning headlines. new push backs on two girls accused of bullying a classmate so much that she took her life. >> two young girls 12 and 14 with felonies, aggravated stalking, and saying that their actions caused someone to kill themselves is pretty extreme. >> the attorney doesn't think the criminal charges will stick. this comes as the sheriff investigating the case discusses charging the parents of the alleged teen bully with criminal charges. >> we have looked diligently, and at this point in the investigation we can't find a way to bring criminal charges against the parents under current florida law. >> the stepmother of one of the accused teenagers is currently facing child abuse charges in an unrelated case. terrifying video out of brazil as a speed boech crashes into a wild party on the water.
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oh. since this video was released, there's now discussion about whether the woman driving that boat may have crashed into the party on purpose because the group was getting too rowdy. one person was injured. and till death do us part. literally. a florida woman under arrest accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill her husband. it doesn't end there. the wife was a police informant. while taking officers to bust a drug dealer in florida, she told them she hated her husband and wanted him dead. so they set her up with an undercover officer posing as a hit man. she gave him a shotgun and he gave her a set of handcuffs. did oprah have a falling out with president obama. according to "the new york post", the media mogul is refusing to support the health care bill. the president was keen to persuade her fans to sign up but she is not lifting a finger. winfrey feels she's been frozen out by the obamas since the end
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of the 2012 campaign. >> ice. >> trouble in pair a diez. what a shame. so we have an interesting discussion earlier this morning on the show about what a doctor is doing in brazil. a brazilian doctor figured out based on the patients that he sees on a regular basis how long you're going to live based on how quickly you can get up off the floor. when you sit down on the floorks how quickly you can get up. >> it's called the sit/rise test. the way you have to do it. try it at home as you're having your coffee. stand with bare feet. lower into a sitting position. don't lean on anything. stand back up. try not to use your hands and knees. i got to be the judge. >> did i it. >> knee down. >> so you lost. >> whoa! >> it's hard, right? >> it's really hard.
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>> extra points -- if you're good at yoga, you'll be good. the trick is -- and i'm not -- use the outside of your feet. >> yeah. on the outside of your feet to be able to get up like that. that's how you propel yourself up. we want to see your pictures at home. >> if you're good at pure wed, you are you'll be good at this. >> sure it predicts. you live or you will die trying. not a nice thing for my 61st birthday morning. >> no way. i have bad knees are fatal. >> based on that test, tucker may not live through the end of the program today. that's what i'm thinking. can i buy very short term insurance? i'm checking it it out on my iphone. >> @71, i am happy to be able to get off the floor no matter how i do it. >> i'm pretty sure i tore the meniscus in my knee. >> sorry. >> that's exactly right. donna writes lol, unclear what that means.
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i'm going to live forever. >> we're not factoring in the risk of the test. >> right. if you fall into a coffee table. >> monica writes us on facebook, just watched the segment even at 4:30 in the morning i did it twice. >> e-mail us or hit us up on facebook or twitter @ffweekend. how do american people really feel about the congress? >> dysfunctional, impractical, spoiled, out of control. >> jordan? >> babies. >> knuckleheads. >> knuckleheads? that's not all. wait until you hear what pollster frank luntz heard from his focal group. going to pot. one state testing the waters on making marijuana legal for the fun of it. [ male announcer ] even ragu users a.
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>> knuckleheads.
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rise and shine. 42 minutes after the hour. quick headlines. is the east coast ready for legalized pot? an upcoming vote in maine is soon to come. voters in portland are going to be asked if they want to let adults 21 or older to possess but not sell marijuana for recreational use. two of the greatest inventions, the light bulb and wireless internet being put together. a group of scientists inventing the first light bulbs to give off their own wi fi. they're calling it li-fi. tucker, over to you. >> thank you, anna. have you watched what happened over in washington the past couple of weeks. we know what you think.
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what do voters in the rest of the country think? what is to be done about our spending and who at the federal government should be fired? who better to answer than pollster frank luntz. you sat down with your focus group. what did they say? >> well, all it took was about 3:00, tucker, before they got so angry before it was impossible for me to separate them. the bitterness is deep and it's problematic. i want to focus first on the number one issue that makes americans most angry, and that is wasteful washington spending. let's take a look at what real americans had to say. >> the country spends a small fortune, in fact a large fortune, supporting other countries around the world and we can't take care of our business at home. >> i believe anybody who came up with the idea, let's not pay for things we already bought. you can't -- >> nobody had that idea. i don't understand what you're trying to do. >> the debt ceiling is about
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things we've already bought and you want to not pay for them. try not paying for your credit card bill and see what happens. >> whoa. >> inzblens out of control. it's intense. those are republicans and democrats. there's an even group between them. everyone thinks that interethero much wasteful spending. >> when was the last time you saw people this wound up. >> 2010 with obama care, angry with the president and not happy with congress. the next clip is how americans feel about their elected leaders. everyone in washington ought to pay attention. this is going to be your wake-up call. let's take a look. >> give me a word or phrase to describe congress. >> dysfunctional, imprick particular call, spoiled, out of control. >> jordan? >> babies. >> knuckle heads. >> pet two lent. >> give me a word to describe barack obama. >> principle. >> sad. >> resolute. >> unbending. uncompromising.
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>> huh. interesting. so was the split along partisan lines with the obama question? >> everybody hates congress and the democrats -- republicans and democrats alike and democrats like barack obama. that what you just heard is the difference between how the president performed in the shutdown than how the president performed. they thought he did -- your listeners will be angry with this, they show he did better than congress. we have one more clip, tucker, which is the anger that the public has towards what's happening with obama care. this is the greatest tragedy of the shutdown is that it obscured just how difficult the signups have been. take a look. >> who believes that obama care will add to the deficits? >> a majority of you.
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>> would you fire someone? >> i would fire the president zwr you can't do that. >> there's a lot of anger judging by what we just saw. >> yes. i must say something publicly that i don't think others have said before, it deserves being said. it will cause an uproar, but for the first time you actually have to consider the possibility of speaker pelosi. the reason why is that independents are angry for republicans standing in the way of the president. conservatives are angry for them not standing up more strongly. they have agitated everybody and that's good for the democrats for 2014. tucker, it's a year away. you have to consider it. >> as of today you see democrats united and you see republicans
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you night snd. >> correct. it's that war. the viewers, they have to go to luntz global.com and sign up. we'll do these focus groups for the next 13 months. go to luntzglobal.com and you can yell and scream at the television. >> and meditate on what speaker pelosi would mean. get ahold of yourself, voters, please. >> frank luntz, thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. two teens charged with bullying a girl supposedly to death, it sparked a national debate about what their parents should have known and whether or not they ought to be held responsible. we'll debate that coming up. we all remember this scene from "psycho." what are the other best halloween movies of all time? our favorite movie nerd kevin mccarthy joins us with the list. stay tuned. [ male announcer ] campbell's homestyle soup with farm grown veggies.
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welcome back pop heal low wean just around the corner. what better way to get into the mood for this spook-tacular holiday than with must-see movie flicks. here is kevin mccarthy. happy halloween in advance. >> hey, kevin. >> good morning. >> so good to be here. thank you so much for having me on, guys. i really appreciate it. >> in order of release date is how we're going to do this for your picks. number one you have is "psycho." >> yes. but the movie "halloween" and "the exorcist" are two extremely great films to watch.
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"psycho" is a classic. janet lee dies in the first 45 minutes in that classic shower scene which took seven days to shoot. it's only three minutes long and is over 50 cuts in the scene. hitchcock had to build a special shower head to get that famous shot so the water didn't drip down on the lens inside scene. the blood was chocolate syrup and the sound of the knife stabbing was a sound of a knife stab ago melon. it was great what he did back in the day. a must-see before halloween. >> number two on your list, stephen king himself than the been a fan of this film, but others are huge fans of this film. >> "the shining" is an absolute master pete piece. i prefer 2001 when it comes to the stanley cubric filmography. coming down that hallway and
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seeing those two girls still haunts me to this day. the famous baseball scene in that film was shot 127 times. we have a cool clip here of the famous jack nicholson scene. check this out. ♪ >> here's johnny. >> oh, man. >> so classic. so classic. and that movie still holds up today. i honestly think that is one of the scariest movies ever made. check that out before halloween, for sure. >> next up, we have "scream" this was one of in my favorites. i snuck into the theater to see this one because i was being naughty. but "scream," what are your thoughts on it? >> i snuck in, as well. i had my buddy's dad buy us tickets. i loved that film so much. it perfectly blended satire and horror. and wes craven played a lot of
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homage to "psycho" by killing off drew berrymore in that scene. it's a classic movie, a lot of references to classic horror films, a must-see before halloween. moving on, clayton, you and i both love this film. this is a british film that dealt with six women who went cave diving. they get stuck. it is one of the most claustrophobic experiences i have ever had in a theater. there are two versions. the american version and the british version. if you get the dvd, make sure you watch the british version, much, much darker. one of the scariest movies i have ever seen. >> we're too cheerful a country for that. finally, cabin in the woods. >> yes. much like "scream," it's a game changer in the business. this is a film that flipped the horror genre upside down. written by josh weeden, he also
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created buffy the vampire slayer, the last 30 minutes of this movie are jaw dropping. you've never seen anything like it. i highly recommend it. by the way, i want to mention there's a new book out right now called the fight file which features 150 movies you should watch before halloween and it's available on amazon. >> i don't know if we have time, but i like the idea. >> by the way, you have to mention "alien" and the "exorcits" and "halloween." >> i think they shot that during the summer. they had the bring in bags of old leaves from the midwest into california. so if you watch that this week, think about that. kevin mccarthy, great to see you. great to see you, as always. >> great to see you, kevin. >> the obama care rolled out, filled with glitches.
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kathleen sebelius has no time to answer to congress. she would rather go to a gala. hey, ann. >> and she's got her new book. ♪ twins. i didn't see them cing. i need a new investment pn. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. ishares core etfs are low-cost funds. so you can keep more of what you earn. get started with the new ishares core builder. design a personalized plan that can help you achieve your investment goals. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus, which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal.
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nice to see you here at "fox & friends" weekend. we start with a fox news alert because the manhunt is over for two inmates who escaped a florida prison using bogus documents. where were they found and what happens now? the breaking details. and the obama carolout filled with xwlichs defined by them. really. but hhs secretary kathleen sebelius has no time to answer to congress, she said. she would rather go to the kennedy library in boston for a party. where is the accountability? >> would you rather go to a party or be grilled by congress? >> ladies, it's a symbol of your
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love, so why would you ditch your wedding ring to get a job? it's more common than you think. your e-mail, tweets on that one, straight ahead. fox & friends" hour four starts right now. good morning. so nice to see you here at "fox & friends." finally, the statewide manhunt for two convicted killers is over. charles walker and joseph jenkys are back in prison this morning. the two gave up without resistance. an interview with one of their associates helped pinpoint their location. the two fugitives were serving life sentences, but duped the system with documents faking
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their release. >> i doubt very seriously that this will happen again. number one, the department of corrections will be calling to verify that the documents are, in fact, authentic. we are 3 putting measures in place in this circuit to make sure that the documents before they are transmitted to the department of corrections are, in fact, verified. >> more details are expected to be released at a police news conference scheduled for about a half hour from 234now. tragedy in florida as a parachutist falls to his death at a florida air show. authorities aren't sure whether he started his jump or fell out of the plane. hundreds of onlookers at the air show and in surrounding neighborhoods watched the accident. >> instantly, i thought about him just being out maybe on some adventure and how shocking this is going to be to his family. one minute, it was a happy
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moment, to what went wrong. >> the faa and national transportation safety board has taken over the investigation. and we are learning more about the twitter threats made against senator ted cruz. the fbi now confirms they are helping capitol police with the investigation. authorities have reportedly interviewed the person responsible for posing the threats along with a home address for cruz. now they are keeping an eye out for anyone who might try to take action base odd that information. officials have not said if there is a credible threat against the senator. a purse snatcher in texas is no match for an 8-year-old boy. this is amazing video. take a look. surveillance video shows a man opening up a woman's car door to take the purse, but the woman anticipates two children were inside. the 8-year-old boy tried to fight him off. the boy was able to get his mom's wallet out of the purse before the man took off and he even tried running after that thief. wow. those are your headlines. incredible. >> oh, yeah.
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we have a counterbalance with the bad news and the human world with what's going on in nature. >> that depends on your point of view. >> we can get out our winter coats now. a lot of poem love that. >> i'm actually kind of excited. we deserve it after a long, hot summer. >> it was that hot of a summer for a lot of people. let's begin. we're going to see demps well below average. it has been a spectacular month, month and a half across the eastern seaboard. this is the cold air that's on its way waking up across parts of texas. 47 across parts of san antonio. this is a front that moves through. everything behind it has some cooler air, but there's some snow here across parts of the northern plains. a couple of systems will continue to pull through here, bringing the next three to four days some scattered snow showers. but the western u.s., you're looking absolutely fine and you'll continue to do so. the snow track will remain to the north.
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as it does, it's going bring in much cooler air. the coldest air is here by tuesday. by wednesday evening, it gets in towards the eastern seaboard and stretches farther towards the south into thursday and friday. those temps are going to be around 10 to 15 degrees below where you would normally be this time of year. tomorrow and tuesday across the eastern, it's going to be nice. kansas city today, 71 degrees. you're going to drop quite a bit tomorrow. there you go. cold coming. but it's not horrible. it's not horrible. 50s. we'll take it. >> ann coulter is here. do you mind the cold? >> i hate it. >> you hate it? >> yes. i'm going to use extra aerosol. i'm hoping to jump start global warming. >> fantastic. now, you have a new book. i should just say, unlike most famous people that come out with books regularly, you write your own books. >> yes, yes. >> good for you. >> i love researching and writing. and i used to be asked which do you prefer, the book tour part
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or the writing part. and i never really knew because i like going on tv with nice people like you. but when i was writing about three books back i thought, oh, no, hands down, i like the writing. >> "new york times" best selling author. >> you can tell when ann is writing auto book because you won't see her publicly for months at a time. you got to sit in your bunker while you were writing this book, we the go to see the debt ceiling negotiations. now we learn this morning that kathleen sebelius is the head of the health and human services. she will not be testifying before congress. she says she has scheduling conflicts. it turns out it's a party up in boston. what did you make of this when you heard this? >> well, it's very surprising and then you wonder, well, why don't they subpoena her? and i suspect they are afraid that the subpoena would not be enforced. you would need the police to go arrest her if she refuses to respond to a subpoena.
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it sdut show you a government completely out of control where you can't have enforcement of a subpoena because otherwise i don't know why they don't subpoena here. >> here is the hhs statement on this. quote, we're in close communication with the committee, that is the commerce committee, and essential expressexpres expressed our desire to be responsive to their request. now, you've been around a long time. what does that mean? >> no, i think there are upsides to obama care. they caught those two fugitives in florida because they were trying to sign up for obama care. they were sitting on theng -- w have them. we'll be there in about an hour, but they're still on the computer. >> and it's wild, too, that the "wall street journal" is reporting low level officials aren't going to be available to talk about this. brit hume went on the record and said where is the accountability from the obama administration? >> normally when something goes
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terribly wrong inside a department, the buck stops where? it stops at the top according to the old tradition. presumably, there would be consequences. but as i say, that's an old custom. you see it in a place like japan, but you don't see it here. you don't see it in this country. >> so this is the president's signature program here. what kind of damage control are we going to be seeing? >> well, luckily, democrats have the media. i do think it's worse now, but it wasn't -- you know, there wasn't a lot of responsibility taking during the clinton administration. there was the greatest murder of american civilians by the u.s. government at waco. and remember, janet reno went around giving speeches to get standing ovations by announce, i'm taking full responsibility. what did that consistent of other than those words coming from her mouth so she could get a standing ovation. and i think what this shows is, meanwhile, after abu ghraib, remember rumsfeld offered his
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resignation. so you get plenty of responsibility from republican administrations, none from democrats. and i think it's, once again, a problem of a bias mainstream media. >> abu ghraib, 20 years ago, all those children killed, what does this mean? never trust a liberal over three dash especially a republican? >> it's kind of a joke reference to remember the hippies had the -- never trust a liberal over on 3. joshua did not but i asked him if he liked the title, anyway, and he liked it so i stayed with it. especially republicans. i wanted a particularly good column comparing attorney generals. remember they were hysterical about alberto gonzalez? and i wasn't a big fan of his, but i went through number of civilians killed by this attorney general compared to other attorney generals.
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number of innocent boys, number of innocent men sent to prison. janet reno provided over one of the -- remember the child mow le molestatition case. there were hysterical soccer moms putting four people in prison not only for crimes they didn't commit, but for crimes that never happened. janet reno did that and they have the you a das toy to complain about gonzalez? >> the book is "never trust a liberal over 3." >> you can still beat them when they're under 3. >> you know, ann, you're famous for your opinions. i don't think you get credit for being hilarious. >> i will be shameless in my sucking up, but i'm -- >> thank you. i'm going to my favorite website book party in tuesday on washington, daily caller. >> we are having a book party
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for you, i know. >> all of the conflicts. >> i know, i know, i know. >> ann, great do you see. >> great to see you. thank you for having me. coming up here on the show, two teens charged with bullying a teen to death and it sparked a national debate about if their parents should also be held accountable and charged. judge alex ferrerer weighs in on that next. and, ladies, would you ditch your wedding ring to get ahead in your job? a study revealing it's more common than you may think. we're revealing your e-mails on this, coming up. no matter how busy your morning you can always do something better for yourself.
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took her own life after intense bullying. the arrest of her bullies has sparked a national debate on whether their parents should be held responsible. here to weigh in is judge alex ferrer. good morning, judge alex. >> good morning, anna. how are you? >> so people are saying that this would be a stretch that, yes, their parents may have had a tough go at it with the kids or that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, but can you prosecute and charge a parent for being a bad parent? >> well, yes, you can, and absolutely understand some circumstances you should. but that's not to say that erchblt a child does something online a parent should be responsible. let's face it, even the best parents can't control their child's behavior on all occasions and some children took out to be bad seeds despite bad parenting. however, we have laws that make parents responsible for the actions of the children. truancy laws, for example, where the parents are head lible for their child's going to school.
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parenting is more than just being the donor of genetic material. it involves supervising your children. parents can be held responsible for child neglect when they don't parent. it's not that much different to say you're responsible for the safety of your child and you're responsible for the safety of other people when you know or were you not grossly negligent would know that your child is a risk to others. in this case, that's a good example of where parents should be looked at. they knew their child was bullying. the school had already taken action. the victim had to be moved to another school. and then the bullying goes on for a year? for a year you don't know what your child is doing online? what if your child was talking to a predator for a year? >> you're saying you would have to prove a failure to act and then there are laws on the books that would allow these parents to potentially be prosecuted or not? >> i'm not sure that the laws that are on the books right now are really intended for this, but they certainly could be written. my poirnt was that there is press debt.
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there is a legitimate state interest in preventing bullying and in holding parents responsible for something like chronic bullying. not something that just happens occasionally, because as i said, parents can't control every act of their child. but in a case like this, you certainly could write a law that is constitutional and that is geared towards a situation where parents totally abdicate their responsibility as parents and let a child run amuck. >> and what type of evidence would be taken into account where the parents would potentially be prosecuted? we saw that the mother of one of these alleged cyber bullies was charged in an unrelated case for essentially beating the stuffing out of two other kids and cursing at them. so what type of evidence would be taken into account? >> well, the kind of evidence that you would need is evidence that they did not do their parenting, that they were not supervising their child or that they were unnoticed that the child has been at risk or they
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should have been unnoticed that the child was creating a risk. we have laws involving children with cars and guns. wa we're talking about here is writing a law that says, you're a parent just like truancy laws. you're a parent, you have an obligation to get your child to school, make sure they attend school. you have an obligation to make sure your child is is not online bullying another child, encouraging them to kill themselves for a year. that is clearly stalking. under florida law, that's aggravated stalking. if you're a parent and you don't know this is going on, you really should or you're not doing anything to supervisor your child's online behavior and now it's resulted in a death. >> judge alex, thank you so much for your time today. point your sunday. >> 18 minutes after the hour now. coming up "fox and friends"" that guy in the crane escaped without a bruise when this building comes crashing down. the whole thing caught on camera, we'll show you.
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for carrying guns in public. 19 hours, the world's longest commercial airline flight. singapore airlines will take you 9500 miles from new york, new jersey, to singapore. i've been on that flight. i got off in germany. and $1.6 million, that's how much the violin played on the sinking of the "titanic" sold for at auction. the violin was found at the bottom of the auction 94 years after the titanic sank. anna and tucker. >> thank you. 23 minutes after the hour. one of the hottest trends for kids are these rainbow loom bracelets that you've seen everywhere. but they've been banned from a couple of schools saying they were distractions. >> so is this rule a bit of a sketch? we're going to ask the founder of diva moms.com and parent of two boys. it seems to me here you have kids being creative, engaged with their hands, making something.
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so this is a threat now to education? >> it's absolutely ridiculous. i hope the educators are watching the show because there is no reason to ban this. these children, they're sitting here, using their imagination, their creativity. their math skills. they're doing on something, sharing one-on-one. they're using so many skills that they should be using in school and maybe the school should put this into the curricul curriculum. >> it reminds me of when i was goig up we did the bracelets with the broid thread. here is what the principal says. the children are playing with the bracelets during class without permission from teachers. they are playing with them at recess and it is causing conflict between xhirn. therefore, starting immediately, your children are no longer allowed to bring any rainbow loom bracelets or kids to the school. is the principal of this school and the other school, do they have a point there? >> so here's what i think. i think if they feel that in the classroom -- every classroom is different. and if they feel that in the
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classroom that it's taking away or distracting, maybe the teacher should set a reminder and say, you know wa, guys? today i don't want you to talk about your bracelets during school. if they are, she can go over quietly and remove the children and say, you know what? now is not the time. i don't think to ban them is the way to go. i think the way to go is to talk to them at the beginning of the class. >> but kids are learn ago valuable lesson about authority, aren't they? the complaint is they're doing this without permission. it's a totally you a authoritarian response. i have three girls and all of them make these bracelets. but are there tom toms in the night that we don't hear? how do they know that these are the thing to have? >> it's become a fad and a really great fad. these kids are doing something and, woulding and growing learning as a community to go together. they can go online and talk to one another about what to do. in fact, my niece made this
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bracelet for breast cancer awareness. these kids are now selling them to make money. this is not just a hobby and not just a fad. they're actually making something and doing something with their minds, which to me is amazing. >> i think our clayton morris is -- there he is. i was wondering what you were up to over there, where you were off to. >> i'm trying to make a diamond shape. remmy is helping me and i screwed up her bracelet. i screwed it up. i put too much wrong colors in there. >> and the girls are doing it, boys are doing it, parents are doing it and they're really, really using their imagination, learning about shapes, math skills, colors, everything. >> and it's an inexpensive hobby, too. >> yes. >> and you can make a powerful shrink shot out of them. >> and they're sharing them. >> thank you so much for coming in. >> thanks for showing us how. >> the voice of common sense in the wilderness. next on the rundown, as if there isn't enough waste in washington, some furloughed
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the rainbow starts here and i had ends here, right in front of our car. oh, my god. >> the rainbow. no way, what kind of luck does that mean you'll get? >> have you ever wondered what is at the end of the rainbow? you drive for hours to try to get there. >> there's a bought of gold. >> it looks like there's -- yeah, this was posted on youtube, or somewhere, and -- oh, wait. >> we just gave away what we were doing. we were raising the roof. >> this is how you do it with the teleprompter. sometimes you raise it up by going like that and it goes up. watch that. >> the first tv station i work at, i had to run my own teleprompter with a food pedal. >> we should get a foot pedal.i
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like that. >> it was a massachusetts couple that posted that on youtube. here is a story that's remarkable. one in three women according to the survey out of the uk remove their wedding rings during job interviews. and it works. they believe this helps them get ahead. do you take off your wedding ring is the question? >> people are so furious about this so social media. just reading our facebook page this morning on fox weekend on facebook, people are fired up about this. they can't believe you would do this. one-third of women, though, remove their rings, they admit, when it isn't necessary to do so. so not like cleaning, you don't want to lose it down a drain, they take it off for job interviews. 22% remove it when they go out to soeblize. >> what are they looking for? that's the question. one in ten said they would try to cheat and that was why they were doing it. the other people, are they just looking for attention from the opposite sex? >> i guess with a boss. but i used to work for an
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executive producer ten years ago, he said he doesn't like hiring people who aren't in a relationship or who aren't married. so he would actually want to hire someone who is -- >> more stable. >> i hair a bunch of people. i like hiring people. they don't live out their emotional lives at work and they tend to be sober, responsible citizens. >> maybe less risk of a romantic drama going on in the workplace, too. i think one of the reasons they do this, is that person going to go off and do this when they go on maternity leave and those are not questions that are able to be asked during job interviews. >> the government tells you what you can ask in a job interview? >> oh, sure. sure. >> if it's your company and it's a voluntary arrangement, no one is forcing anyone to work for
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anyone at gun point. you ought to be able to say anything you want. job recruiters point out, it is the law. if you don't get the job, they can be sued because, they asked me about my religion or whether or not i'm married or not. >> that was the women. how about the men? do men take off their wedding rings? 51% of men take it off when going -- 51%! wow, that's awful. >> let me just say clearly, this is not our country. this is great britain. 16% of men -- >> and they live there. >> 16% of people remove their wedding rings while at work. i've never met -- i've been here for 44 years. i've never met a single man who takes his wedding ring off when he goes to a bar. >> one viewer wrote in and said years ago maybe i would have taken it off to do work. now i've put on so much weight i can't take it off. he said i'm thrilled about that. it's on there and it means a lot to me. cheryl writes this from south
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carolina. so what about the men who take off their rings to socialize? let's get those statistics. well, we just did for you, cheryl. >> about half in the uk, though, mind you. from james, he e-mailed us this. i do understand how an employer might discriminate against a female due to the fact she might be inclined to miss more work than a man. >> john writes, it's a manipulative why regardless if they have ultimate terror motives. that's to sure it is. and billy writes, rings make no difference to relationships if you are true to each other. >> and then some people have it tattooed on there. leonard said just as wrong as a man doing the same, if you can't make the commitment, don't get married. thanks, everybody, for weighing in. we have one more. robin says -- >> waitresses in sports bars, restaurants do it for bigger tips. >> that's obvious. >> yeah. i don't know how many married hooters waitresses there are, anyway, but i'll take your word
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for it the. 30 minutes after the hour, on to some furloughed workers getting paid all due to the government shutdown. several states will allow workers to collect both unemployment and back pay. 400,000 federal employees were furloughed during the 16-day shutdown. it is expected to cost taxpayers as much as $24 billion. the eighth biker charged in the road rage assault case in new york city is now out of bail after pleading not guilty to assault charges. police douglas surrendered to cops after he was identified through a video clip. according to police, he was part of the group of bikers who attacked the driver of an suv last month. seven other motorcyclists have been arrested so far, including an off duty police detective. and talk about a close call. dramatic video showing an ohio building collapsing on top of a demolition works. this backhoe operator, pulling down a 10-foot horizontal beam.
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all of a sudden the building starts to lean in and the worker was protected inside an ex ka indicators cage. walked away unharmed. >> it might have been this cat. the cat manages to let his buddy, gizmo ow. the pet's owner thought the first time he left the door open. the second time he thought there was a break-in. but then the third time he set up the video camera and caught the duo in the act. red handed. and those are your headlines. oh, rick is standing by to make all things good. rick, where are you? >> man, i wish i could do that. but thank you. >> i'm setting a high bar for you. >> i know you are and i guarantee you i will fail. but this is good. take a look at this picture. i've been showing fall pictures. take a look at this one from the blue ridge parkway. this is nelson county. out of all the fall pictures i've seen, i think these colors look spectacular.
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sherry took this picture. about 46 degrees as you're waking up today. look at that, all that sunshine. a spectacular fall day across a lot of the east coast. this is your forecast across the northeast in towards the mid-atlantic. we'll see temperatures into the 50s and 60s. a few showers going right around the great lakes, but nothing that is going to be a problem. down in the southeast, a few lingering showers around parts of florida, but aside from that, we're going to see a ton of sunshine all across the area. into the northern plains, however, it's snow and it's going to be snow from north dakota in towards wisconsin. the u.p. of michigan by the afternoon and that cool air stays there. west coast, not much to say other than spectacular in the west coast. >> beautiful right now. it is fall and it's halloween. we can combine those altogether with a good cook tail. it doesn't make a lot of sense. >> no, but that is the thing that brings us altogether. >> we've got guests coming over to the house, right? we have leigh here. she's an entertaining lifestyle
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to show us how to make a bloody maefr. >> what we're going to do is take some store bought bloody mary mix, throw in some chili sauce. you have to spice it up a little bit. it has a little bit of a sweetness to it. that's okay. that is the jim beam jacob's ghost white whiskey. the white whiskey is -- >> wait, you skipped over these. >> oh, wait. we asked skipped over it. you'll see. hold on. you can shake it up. here we have these raddis and olive eyeballs, right? it took a little while to skin these and make them. >> you made those by hand? >> yes, i made them by hand. we put mccormick black food coloring in it so it has a black
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rim. and to top it off, some horns. >> ta that is brilliant. >> very clever. >> now you have a devil -- >> rick, i know what you're thinking because i had lasik surgery this week. this is what my eyeballs -- that is what they looked like yesterday. now, not so much. >> what we're going to add is 1 1/2 ounces of madori lemon liquor. then the sky infusion, the blood orange vodka zb some pineapple juice. >> cream alleges freaks me out a little bit. >> but what happens is it gives it that consistency that looks creepy, but tastes delicious. >> gotcha. >> put that in the glass and put some gren dean in it. the next is a glotini. we got these fun party glow sticks from party city. break that, throw it in your
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drink. break it. it's bombay, sapphire, quanro and some martini on top. >> he's never seen a glow stick, apparently. >> when rich was out last night i had a glow stick. >> i went straight to it. >> all these recipes will be on fox & friends.com. are you on twitter? >>@limor. >> awesome. we're going to drink some and we'll send it back to you inside. >> have fun with those radish olive eyeballs and dirty martinis and bloody marys. >> are people of faith treated unfairly by the media? luke russ either of nbc news thinks so. >> the current world in which we live in, specifically with the media, snark. and it's very easy to come after people of faith. what do you think? weep debate it, coming up. >> we'll talk about that, coming up.
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sfwhoo we're taking a look this morning at how the press conference religion. are being of faith unfairly covered by the news media? >> the current world in which we live in, specifically with the american media, snark is valued. and it's very easy to come after people of faith, no matter what their religion is. if they're jewish, catholic, hindu, you're purely tasked with
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not being understanding of others with different viewpoints. and i think that's kind of -- it's lazy, number one, and i think it's just something that feeds the snickering masses. >> to weigh in, media buzz host howard kurtz and fox cob attributer boren ashburn. >> thank you, tucker. >> if the press treated gay tess way they treat evangelicals, it would look a lot different than it does today, wouldn't they? >> that's an interesting question. i think there's often a con descending tone towards people of faith, but i wouldn't agree that there's an effort to come after them. i think it's more of a cultural divide because news rooms tend to be secular places. >> lauren, you've been in the press a long time. how many colleagues have you had in news rooms who faithfully go to church every sunday or oppose legal abortion? >> you know, that is also another very interesting
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question. and i find that in news rooms, religion isn't discussed. you don't see crucifixes or stars of david or anything else on the desks. and i think that there really is almost a bias against covering religion. and when he talks about snark, that really hit home because i think that lt a lot of people, especially on twitter and blogs, do not pay attention to the universal rule do unto others as, you know, they're supposed to do unto you. and i think that you find this is such a negative environment, the media environment, that religion gets squeezed out. >> so we talk a lot in this country about diversity. we spend a lot of time trying to brick it about, but the news media look nothing like america, they're way more secular, way more likely to be from the coast than the average american. isn't that kind of a problem? >> i think that's particularly true in the big cities, tucker. but, you know, i've tried to
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book a sunday show and a lot of times people can't come back they're going to church. i don't think this is true in every instance. the coverage of pope francis has been very favorable. when i was on with bill o'reiley he said, wow, that's because he's trying to move the church to the left on the issues of gays and abortion. but i think it's more than that. he's very humble, he's very accessible to the media. i think there's a cultural disconnect that they just referred to. >> i think the pope is in his own category, this pope. if you look at the last pope within cardinal ratzinger who was attacked in the media very often, and i think this pope -- i happen to almost agree with o'reiley on this one, that it's different because he is speaking the language of love. >> yes. i think that's right. dare they treat the head of the southern baptist convention with respect. thank you both very much.
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second termer but he he's lost interest. >> good news for the little girl in georgia who was told she couldn't write about god for a class assignment. she turned in this assignment and did get an a because the school reversed their original decision. >> a bit of controversy this week. the indianapolis colts owner jim irsay is under fire for criticizing his former quarterback, peyton manning. he said, we've changed our model because we wanted more than one of these. irsay is referring to a super bowl ring, and it seems he's implying manning wasn't able to get the job done with his 14 years with the colts. here with reaction, fran tarkenton. nice to see you. >> thank you. nice to be with you. >> what do you make of irsay's comments? >> i thank you they were totally classless and inappropriate. in the history of the national football league, i have never known an owner to shout out on
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his quarterback or any player he had. peyton manning may be the best football player that's ever played. certainly considered one of the greatest quarterbacks to play. while they were at indianapolis, they went to the playoffs 11 years. the year he was hurt, they finished last. they won two games. he's a classy guy. the whole family's classy, and this irsay guy, this is not his first rodeo. he goes and called peyton out and said that we've moved to a new model. we don't miss peyton manning. >> what's the new model? i don't understand that. >> we want the playoffs, but we only won one super bowl, that's not enough. i want the ring. jim irsay, you never stropped on a jack, never tackled anybody, never completed a pass, never caught a pass, never played. what you know about football, the average fan knows more, and you're going to call out peyton
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manning who is just one of the great human beings ever to play the game. as a former player and a person very grateful to be a part of the national football league and played 18 years, i find it totally disrespectful, and you'll see that no owners come to his defense. no coaches come to his defense. >> you're right. >> no player has come to his defense. >> did he have amnesia. did he forget peyton manning where a team was kind of lack luster for a couple years willed them to win, carried that teal on his back for a lot of their mediocre season. >> his father bought the colts in about 1972 for $19 million, now worth a billion plus, and he ran them into the ground, then he took them out of baltimore at midnight with an 18-wheeler bringing all the equipment to indianapolis. left the baltimore colt fans without a football team. and then he ran -- indianapolis
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was going nowhere until peyton got there. they won three games the year before. peyton made a winner out of them. without peyton manning, there is no lucas oil stadium. it's just unheard of for this kind of disrespect. >> if you agree with fran, fwran is on stwtwitter, fran, undersc tarkenton. you can talk to him. enjoy football today. we'll be right back. i think we lost our satellite there for a second. twins. i didn't see them cing.
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we showed you the sittin sitting/standing test earlier. one viewer said, i can't stand up. it's still early in the morning, though. we have an e-mail from 11-year-old madison. this is hard, but i did it. >> you've got to see this video of the viewer trying to get up.
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>> here's our viewer trying to get up. >> a simple technique to stand up from sitting without using your hands. lean forward, push up with your ankles. >> he did it so easily. what's the trick? >> see you tomorrow. all right, everyone. a fox news alert to get things started. back behind bars. this is good news. that massive search for two escaped inmates, both of them convicted of murder and serving life sentences. well, that's over because the fugitives were captured at a florida motel. they're breathing a sigh of relief this morning. good morning to you, everyone. welcome to america's news headquarters. i'm jamie colby. >> i'm eric shawn. the dangerous pair. they didn't scale the prison walls or dig out a tunnel underneath. guess what. they literally walked right out of the front door, due to forged docu

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