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the march of dimes charity. 238 pounds. how do you grow something that large? >> incredible. >> so much pumpkin bread you could make with that. all to charity, though. "fox & friends" starts now. good morning. it's monday, october 28. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. overnight the lights go out on the latest glitch knocking out service in all 50 states. the obamacare rollout debacle continues and we have all the details today. >> the entertainer chris brown goes for the knockout and gets himself locked up. why the rapper is waking up in the slammer this morning down in d.c. >> he put himself in the line of fire, dodging a barrage of bullets, even being hit, all this to save a fellow officer. his heroic story and how he's being rewarded is coming your way.
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"fox & friends" on this monday's edition starts just about now. >> this is jimmie johnson. you're watching "fox & friends." ♪ ♪ >> jimmie johnson, nfl? or jimmie johnson the driver who almost got if fisticuffs. >> i think that is the driver. i was in dallas this weekend, the land of cowboys. >> how was that? >> it was great. i went to my daughter's homecoming. i'm exhausted. >> khoeplg -- homecoming can do that for you. >> so far the affordable care act, the rollout of obamacare has been absolutely flawless, right? i'm being funny. another debacle. last night verizon which apparently runs part of the data hub, can you hear meñ no, nobody can hear anybody in 50 states. phi stkopb says failure --
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verizon says failure of the networking components. any way, it didn't >> connectivity issue is a problem. on saturday kathleen sebelius was bragging how well the program was working and how it can perform quick calculations. none of those calculations were working yesterday during the shutdown. blaming parties going on because they were blaming the contractor, a part of verizon, for this issue. but all the information hubs, that hub holds your social -- nothing important -- your financial information. that is now being looked at as being exposed potentially. >> you're talking about exposure. the big question is, kathleen sebelius is going to have to answer she thought a set of questions. now she is going to have to answer hub questions. then she will have to answer security questions this week. the high-ranking guy with the f.b.i., representative mike rogers, now in charge of security in the house
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says i've got a problem with the security on >> it was very clear to me in the hearing that they do not have an overarching solid cyber security plan to prevent the loss of private information. i am even more concerned today than i was even last week. i know they've called in another private entity to try to help with the security of it. the problem is they may have to redesign the entire system the way the system is designed, it is not secure. >> you got the gist of what he was saying. when you put in all your personal information to find out what you're going to be paying for your plan, now you've got to be hesitant when you log on that this information is not going to go public. >> even worse, if it is not secure, imagine if every person who applied could potentially be the victim of identity theft. that's a new wrinkle in what has been a debacle. it's been so bad the
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geniuses across the street at "saturday night live" saluted kathleen sebelius this past saturday night. did you miss it? >> it still isn't loading properly. we're properly just overloaded with traffic. millions of americans are visiting, which is great news. unfortunately the site was only designed to handle six users at a time. so if you're in a rush, consider using our low-risk website with simpler fonts and graphics. >> that's funny. >> funny but scary because the truth is that this is a huge problem right now. and senator john barraso, the republican, he actually said sebelius is a complete laughingstock and i think he means it in a serious way. >> you talk about secretary sebelius and her comments. she's already the
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laughingstock of america, so she's lost considerable credibility. >> he, by the way, is a doctor. valuable insight there. senator barraso has been out and about about this. the big question is, is this not working because certain states have decided not to set up their own exchanges? or is this not working because they haven't planned it well, haven't gotten the right technology just bad? that question is a perfect question, steve, to put to the kentucky governor, who happens to be a democrat. >> he is. he was on with "meet the press" yesterday and it was revealedñr a whole bunch of people in his state are signing up, but they're not signing up for obamacare. listen to this. >> at 12:01 a.m. on october 1 when our exchange opened up to enrollment, kentuckians started swarming all over our exchange, all over our toll-free lines. and in about four weeks we've had over 300,000 kentuckians trying to find out and finding out about
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affordable care act. we've signed up over 26,000 people. >> mostly medicaid. it is not the young and healthy people getting the insurance plans that are really necessary to make this system work; correct? >> of the 26,000, 21,000 are in medicaid. 5,000 are in qualified health plans. but we've got another 10,000 going on to the plans that are in the process of choosing. >> by the way, that was the magic of the follow-up question. there's 5,000 people who signed up for obamacare out of the 26,000 who signed up in kentucky, considered one of the few bright spots on the whole case. bring up this too. ten separate democrats called for a delay in obamacare. i think that number is only going to grow if this continues. >> ten democrats that are representing americans. so many more americans, to your point, would love it to be delayed. they're seeing their doctors pulling out of programs. they're getting letters from their insurance companies. now here we have this situation where our security information could be anywhere. then we have a system
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that's clearly not working. those ten democrats may be representing millions in america. >> i think the delay gives the president a bailout. giving him more time to get it going. >> you think we should let it fail. >> let it go. then he avoids another election where the american people talk about theory and not implementation. >> i think it is not in his d.n.a. to say the republicans were right. they were right all along. that is what the whole government slimdown senate shutdown was about. you've got to at least delay it. of course they wanted to defund it. what's interesting about what is going on in kentucky is it looks to some as if obamacare really is medicaid. and if you're on medicaid, you know that oftentimes it is very, very hard to find a doctor. so is that the future? if that's the future, it's not what we -- >> you said maybe the president, it's not in his d.n.a. listen to one senate democrat, joe manchin, on
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what bothers him about this program. not the implementation of the website. listen. >> we have a bipartisan group which we've had before when the shutdown, to get it back open. seven republicans, six democrats and an independent. nobody should be forced to buy a policy that costs more than what they had and is inferior to what they had. >> oops, that's what a republican has been saying and that's what people are finding out right now. that is a senate democrat who says if my constituents are paying more for a policy they don't want, that is not okay. >> common sense to me. >> exactly right. i think the people in the administration have known all along that everybody -- aside from the fact that the very sick and the very poor, i think they've known that the middle-class health care bill is going to go up. there is an item in the l.a. times, of all places yesterday, that said in california, the average middle-class family's health care costs, policy were going to go up 30%. there is one quotation i saw on-line that said i was
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all for obamacare until i found out how much it was going to cost me. >> promises broken, but we're going to keep our promise and go to heather nauert with headlines. >> good morning. hope y'all had a great weekend. steve, glad you're back from dallas. got headlines to bring you. while you were sleeping michael jackson's former doctor walking free. conrad murray served two years of a four year sentence for giving michael jackson a deadly dose of propofol. murray says he plans to try to get his medical license back in the state of nevada. developing this morning, israeli air force attacking the gaza strip shortly after militants fired two rockets at southern israel. rockets causing no injuries reported so far. according to israel defense force, hamas is responsible for that rocket fire. we'll keep watching this one as it develops. singer chris brown waking up in jail cell yet
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again. this time police say he attacked a man outside a hotel in washington, d.c. over the weekend. the 24-year-old is still on probation for beating up rihanna -- remember this -- back in 2009. if he is found in violation of his probation agreement he could face four years behind bars. he'll face a judge this morning on felony assault charges. this morning we're remembering rock and roll legend lou reed. ♪ ♪ >> that is a song he is best known for, a solo hit "walk on the wild side." he was born in brooklyn, new york. he was the lead singer for the vet vet underground -- velvet underground in the 1960's. a lot of musicians remembering him. steven tyler tweeting from masses to the masses you
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made the world sing. from lenny krav i tz, peace on the wild side. lou was 71 years old. i think every generation remembers that song. >> did a lot of music and a lot of living. >> it was his second liver. coming up straight ahead, a suspect shoots straight into a trooper's car. that trooper put himself in the line of fire on purpose. wait till you hear why. >> regulations giving the government even more control over your own backyard. what's the e.p.a. explaining now? 11 minutes after the hour. ♪ i'm angela, and i didn't think i could quit smoking
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welcome back. it could be one of the e.p.a.'s most dramatic power grabs ever, enforcing a federal regulation to gain control of nearly all the water in america. is this government bureaucracy out of control? let's talk to fox news contributor jeanine. good morning to you. how are you? >> fine. how are you? >> fine. i'm a little disturbed when people learn of this. clean water act, sounds great. we want to turn on the tap and have clean water coming out. now the e.p.a. is grabbing a part of our water we didn't know they had their mitts in. >> this is what government does. government overreach. it is a power grab. but what the e.p.a. is doing is they're being the judge, jury and executioner because they're writing the laws for the clean water act. and the clean water act is so broad, vague and confusing that the e.p.a. is stepping in to try to impose regulations on
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bodies of waters like wetlands that don't connect to bigger bodies of water or streams that don't run all year round. it is a power grab. >> as we look at some lakes and we look at some streams and rivers right here, what does the e.p.a. want to do with those? >> if this is on your property, this is about control. the e.p.a., and a lot of them are environmentalists. they care about rocks and trees. they don't care about hard-working americans who own property, who pay taxes. these regulations could be -- keep you from developing your property, keep you from perhaps fixing a storage issue, drain issue on your property, if you have water drainage issues, you need to fill in some holes or something. these regulations will keep you from doing what you want to do, what's best for your property. >> you know, it sounds, in addition to a great big power grab, it sounds like this is also a way to create some fine revenue, where if you're doing something wrong -- and who knows what it is -- it's
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broad enough they can say anything is wrong, they're going to start levying fines against people for standing water on your property. >> right. or you have to get a permit. i think the bigger picture is about control because environmentalists don't want land to be developed. they don't want oil or gas or coal to be drilled out of the ground. remember, the e.p.a. has regulations on the coal industry. it's killing jobs and it's bankrupting the coal industry. when you think about it, it's a power grab across the board and people should be concerned. >> let's talk a little bit about, i believe she's now a former e.p.a. -- >> lisa jackson. >> she's the one who famously had the -- >> private e-mail accounts. now she's making a lot of money with i think apple and has not been held accountable for having those accounts. >> now we've got somebody new in the job. >> gina mccarthy. >> in charge of the current power grab. >> it's scary. you're a private property
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owner. you own that land. you pay taxes on it. why should you be under the e.p.a. with what you want to do with your land? >> when i was growing up in kansas and we had ponds on our land the cows and horses would drink out of, now the e.p.a. will say do some tefgs or fine us for -- do some testing or fine us for something we've done for years. >> there are a lot of people tied up in red tape fighting government. if you're a landowner, you have water on your property, whether seasonal or all year round, you should be concerned if this passes. >> thank you, deneen borelli. is socialism headed into your kids' classroom? details about a textbook that praises fidel castro. it's the worst storm in decades in the most unlikeliest of places and it is causing headaches for travelers all around the world.
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quick headlines. overnight police in china evacuating tiananmen square after a jeep drove through a crowd. three people killed. police are investigating whether the crash was an accident or indeed deliberate. it's being called the worst storm to hit the country in decades. right now hurricane-force winds are slamming the united kingdom. a teenager feared dead after being swept out to sea. 7,000 people already without power. heathrow airport canceling flights and it could have a
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ripple effect across the globe. elisabeth? >> a philadelphia city council green lighting a resolution to make a controversial history textbook required reading for high schoolers. the problem, howard zeinst promotes socialism. to our guest, good morning. we have city council, i can't understand why they're intervening when it comes to required reading. >> give a $100 million deficit in philadelphia, they are intervening because they do this all the time. they don't want to fix the basic problem. they get distracted. they are pretty radical and that is why they went into this book. >> radical. howard zinn's writings
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included ideas of socialism. you were wise enough to question one of the council women on this, genie blackwell. you asked her when you interviewed her, he's an apologist for fidel castro. why should this be required reading? what did she have to say? >> she said essentially in the interview what's wrong with castro? he must be doing something right. otherwise he wouldn't stay in power this long. she also said people's parents like marco rubio's who fled, he said let's be for equality, white, black and brown and these people didn't want equality. that is why they went to the united states. >> i want to throw out a couple of quotes we have on him. he said, quote, how can you have a war on terrorism when war itself is terrorism? talking about civil disobedience, he said civil disobedience is not our problem. our problem is civil obedience, our problem is people all over the world have obeyed the dictates of leaders and millions have
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been killed because of that obedience. what a statement to have essentially mandated to the high schoolers to read. is this a real possibility? >> yes, it is a real possibility. elisabeth, i'm right in the center of america's most historic square mile, independence hall. i'm a block away. then attack the deck raeurgs of independence -- declaration of independent is a ruse by wealthy white guys to become wealthier. this is a real possibility with city council i'm told that once they get the money going, they want to put zinn's book in and raise a generation of kids like howard zinn. >> a declaration -- a generation of kids that think the declaration of independence is a money scam. how real will this be? the board will still decide what is required reading? >> yes. but like everything else, this guy needs the money,
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the largess coming from here. here, there's a lot of ignorance. some of these members on city council, they don't understand what howard zinn is about. they keep talking about inequality, the voice of the people, power to the people, et cetera, that is what it is about. the school district will decide but these are the people who control the money. >> you interviewed ms. black well there. what should parents do? >> what people should do in philadelphia, and what they should be aware of nationwide is watch for this coming your way. watch for this name howard zinn. he sold about two million books usually on the college level. what parents in philadelphia ought to do is they ought to tell the school reform commission -- they are the ones that run the city -- they ought to let them know on national news now, come on, this is ridiculous. any google search of this
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guy will tell you it's wildly inappropriate. >> thank you for the headlines on this. thanks for joining us today from philly. >> thank you. >> coming up, brand-new details about that horrific accident an an amusement park. police now saying this was no accident at all. were people hurt on purpose? clint eastwood has never been shy talking politics. what about his son? will he follow in his father's footsteps? coming up. ♪ before they sat down, one more time, just for themselves. before the last grandchild. before the first grandchild. smile. before katie, debbie, kevin and brad...
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much torture it would be for the dog because the dog would want to eat the turkey. and yet the turkey is a dog. >> he'd never stop licking himself. >> i can't wait to see everyone's costumes for their pets. >> e-mail us your pictures of your dog in halloween costume. send them to us at e-mail >> here's the other thing. this is a good era to be a pet. pets get more and more attention, they're getting costumes. they're getting walked regularly. health care. >> they got insurance. >> the grandparent pets in my day, we didn't have costumes. >> pets were just there. >> let's turn over to heather nauert who joins us right now. >> even dogs can get masssages nowadays. >> my dog sometimes gets
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sent to a doggie chiropractor. >> is there such a thing? we could go on and on. good morning to you all. this morning president obama says he did not know that his own spies were bugging world leaders, including german chancellor angela merkel. however a german newspaper cites an n.s.a. source claiming the president knew everything as far back as 2010 and gave the go ahead to boost surveillance. we'll be hearing more about this one. 911 calls released from the terrifying moments five people were thrown from a ride at the north carolina state fair. >> yes, we're at the state fair and a ride turned upside down and dumped everybody out! there's people bleeding very bad, like their hand and stuff. >> five people fell [inaudible] >> the ride's operator, timothy tutterrow will face a judge later today. he was arrested for assault
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with a deadly weapon. investigators say that ride was tampered with and safety devices were compromised. more arrests expected. this one sound like a scene from a movie. four inmates escaped from jail by climbing through a trap door above a shower. oklahoma police say the inmates crawled 30 feet and then escaped through that door. >> this time all they had to do is push the door and walk out because it's not in the jail. if it's that easy they need to revamp. >> the trap doors above the showers were supposed to be welded shut last week but workers apparently missed two of those doors. a pennsylvania state trooper received the international officer of the year award for his heroic actions to stop a gunman. take a look at this. dash cam video shows timothy is -- strohmayer ramming his truck because the gunman rammed down
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another trooper. on the left side of your scene, the shooter walking in the direction of the cruiser. strohmayer ended up being saved by his bullet-proof vest. wounded, he managed to take down the gunman. amazing. those are your headlines at this hour. >> when you're taking that bullet, you're still feeling like you got punched in the gut. it is not easy to take a bullet, i understand, even though you have a vest on. >> i was going to ask if you'd done that. >> i've seen other people do it and we have six soldiers who wear kevlar regularly. >> meanwhile, to tell us the weather story for this brisk monday, hey, there's maria. >> a brisk monday across parts of the northeast but it is going to be warming up a little bit in the northeast and especially across parts of the southeast. that's all because of a larger storm system that's organizing now across sections of the rockies, producing significant snowfall today and also into the next several days. we're talking locally up to
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15 inches of snow in some of the higher elevations. by mid week the storm should be across the center of the country and out here it will be producing showers, thunderstorms, heavy rain on the backside of it some snow across parts of northern plains. we already have that risk for severe weather today especially in kansas, damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes being a concern. otherwise again, temperatures east of the storm warming up. 88 today in san antonio. you're in the 80's in dallas and new orleans. now let's head to brian with sports. >> we have a lot of to discuss at 24 minutes before the top of the hour. st. louis up two games to one. game four, let's go to the sixth inning against the red socks. johnny gomes3-1 shot. ninth inning, cardinals are routing. guess who is at bat? mr. clutch in the post
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season. red sox win 4-2, game five tonight 8:00 on fox destined to be a seven gamer. nfl football sunday round, the best of the best of the best. we had a record-setting day in the tph*fplt -- in the nfl. sunday night football -- >> number one -- >> there you go. recorderall go all the way -- corderall goes all the way. packers win 44-31. best clutch play of the day, no doubt about it. time running down. lions receiver calvin johnson, second best overall day in the history of the nfl. that catch obviously the biggest. they go on to beat the cowboys 31-30. best run of the day, we head to the west coast. oakland raiders quarterback
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terrell prior would go 93 yards, longest run of the day by a quarterback ever. raiders win by a score of 21-18. let's go to nascar. race is over but not the action. two racers go after it after the match. jimmie johnson, steve says he looks handsome. bumped into greg biffell sunday morning. jimmie johnson comes in second. biffle finishes back and blames him for bumping him and causing him not to they start screaming at each other on camera. they just tweeted an apology to each other later. but the national television saw unvarnished anger. >> is that how it works? send out a tweet rather than call somebody? >> it's good for everyone to know you apologized. >> in other news, oscar winner clint eastwood is one of most legendary actors in hollywood.
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his son scott is also in the business. michael tammero steps into the spotlight with more. >> good morning. had a chance to sit down with scott eastwood. while he's going into the family business, there are some ways he's distinctly different from his pop. >> mr. president, how do you handle -- how do you handle promises that you made? >> oscar winner clint eastwood made headlines speaking to a empty charity 2012 republican national convention. his 27-year-old son scott has proved he can make it in this business and finally took on the eastwood name, but when it comes to politics, it is not necessarily like father, like son. >> i have to ask you, you have the looks, you have the name, the charisma. >> i don't know about that. >> the smarts. do you ever see yourself in the arena? >> never say never, but i don't think it's for me. >> despite not having the
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same political drive as his father, he can't deny acting is definitely in the blood. with that comes the man's man persona his father plays so well. >> go ahead, make my day. >> somebody who is a man of their word. when they say they're going to be there, they show up, and they don't [inaudible] >> scott is not shy when it comes to the strong bond he shares with his dad. as his father gets older the relationship gets more important to both of them. >> i think that's an important thing in my life, my relationship with him, and to really enjoy the time he's got left. >> we can't forget his mom, jacqueline reeves who he says he owes a lot to. >> my mom is my best friend, my biggest cheerleader. i love her. and i love her. and she -- i think she taught me honesty.
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honesty is the best policy. family's important. you know, family and good friends. we're only on this planet for a very short period of time. you take the people you love and care about, and you hold each other. >> good boy. we asked you guys to tweet your favorite clint eastwood one liners. here are some responses. no question on that, a man's got to know his limitations. >> aren't you going to use the eastwood voice. >> linda catherine smith says it's my turn to talk, and of course go ahead, make my day. >> tim tweeted his favorite eastwood one liner, right turn, clyde. >> clyde was the orangutan? >> yes. >> coming up, why must
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according to the latest census poll in 2011 more than 49% of americans received some form of government assistance. >> this includes 108.6 million people on welfare. at the same time only 101.7 million people had full-time jobs. >> is the number-one occupation in this entitlement nation now welfare?
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stuart varney, host of "varney and company" joins us right here. it looks like more people could check off, you know, full-time -- >> you want to sum it all up, you have to say that president obama has been extremely successful in transforming america, remolding america in the shape and form that he wants it to be. >> which is? >> which is redistribution. you take in now more money than ever before in tax revenue. that's money coming into the united states treasury. you're pumping it out to more people than ever. 151 million americans, almost half the population, get some kind of check from the government. that is redistribution. it's totally changed the american economy, and he's changed the way we feel about america and the way we feel about working. >> all he did was return the tax rates to the clinton level. and he did take over during a crisis. >> no, tax rates on wealthier people have gone up above and beyond the
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clinton level because of obamacare. the fees and local taxation that you pay has gone up across the board, all across the united states of america. we're paying more in tax and we're putting out more checks to more people than we've ever done before. that is a transforming of america. don't expect it to change. the president opposes any move to reform all of these handouts, whether it's social security or food stamps. and essentially he is buying votes. that's a political opinion on my part. i think the man is buying votes. >> sure. once you have more people on programs that depend on government and the person seen as handing them out is the person running, is that necessarily even a free vote if you're worried about those things going away otherwise? >> number one, you're trapped because you're getting something. it makes more sense to keep getting something than go work for it. and you're trapped in the sense that you will always vote for more of the goodies to come to you. so you'll always vote left.
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and that perpetuates the redistribution and the change in america. >> let me ask you this then, because don't you think a component of it is actually a symptom of the bad economy? i mean, we've got this gigantic number, almost half the country on the dole in some fashion, but at the same time, it's like a large chunk of the country, the economy has not kicked into high gear for them. >> that is accurate. what happens with the next recession? more and more people need, more and more benefit checks going out, less income coming in. your debt explodes. what happens in the next recession is not a pretty picture. >> painful -- >> i hope we can do like we did in the 90's, reform in a bipartisan way. >> growth of the economy and reform of entitlement is the answer. >> we'll go to varney and company at 9:20 eastern
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time to see what you're doing. >> love that time of day with you, stuart. coming up, whalgd -- what would you do? a man steals your wallet at the grocery store. do you call the cops? do you tell the management? a woman did neither of those. instead she confronted the thief herself. >> take a look outside on our plaza. that's the defend freedom bus, and the folks on it are fighting for our veterans. >> and they are veterans. >> find out how you can help as well as we roll on live from new york city. ♪ ♪ ♪ stick with innovation. stick with power.
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the defend freedom bus tour has been on the road for the past three weeks, stopping in 27 cities, spreading their message of service, friday dom and defending the american dream to the american public. here with us to talk about the resuspicion they received, the ceo of concerned veterans for america, along with several other members of the military family from the tour. pete, first off, what made you put this together? n it was take the message of our organization of continued service, the vets giving back, fighting for the freedom we fought for on the battlefield. we want to value begannize more veterans to get involved in fighting for the country here at home. >> like you did running for office. >> in any way. >> we've got army ranger here who wrote a book. jean horton. her husband was a sniper killed in afghanistan. amber, helicopter pilot, served
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in iraq and afghanistan. steve russell, the author of "we got him." he led in the capture of saddam hussein. his wife, cindy, military spouse. and then karen surround, her son was a member of seal team six killed in 2011. i want to highlight these timberwolf they gave their spouses or sons gave the ultimate sacrifice and they continue to be an incredible voice of what service really means. >> absolutely. do you feel -- do you feel as though america has given the sacrifice that you and your family have been going through? >> no, i feel like there has really been a complete absence of acknowledgment that we still have men fighting there now. that's what frustrates me. we need to get back engaged in this war and realize men and women are doing every month. we need to understand that there is a cost being paid, that there are real people with real families, not plastic toys that
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we play with. they're human beings and we need to start addressing some of the issues going on. >> that's why it was important for you to be on this bus? >> absolutely. and also just to restore america to the core values that aaron grew up loving. it made him want to serve and defend and protect this nation. that's what i want. i just want to get it back to what my son died for. >> i agree. i think it's a great thing you're doing and taking action. you talk about capturing saddam hussein. do you think people are forgetting that? >> sure. but the good news is, we got 20 million veterans in this country. there is nothing that we can't solve if we pull together. yet many veterans won't investment that's what we're trying to do is get people to lend their voice to ours so we can make a difference. >> you had talked about sequester. people are like well it's good, we can handle it. the only people paying the price for it are the military. >> absolutely. we've been seeing how the military veterans have been used as political pawn, especially over the past month.
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we understand that freedom is not free. we understand that we need to preserve the freedoms and liberties that we get to enjoy each day as americans. so that's why this tour is so important, to continue to defend freedom. >> do you think over the last ten years when people say we're battle fatigued, do we have a right to be war torn? >> we need to pay attention to the wars and pay attention to the sacrifices and those that have chosen to tie up their boots and defend their country and volunteer to make sure we're free. >> you've done that with you're book. >> i hear congressmen and senators say my constituents are war weary. there is nobody more war weary than the veterans in the military. they're a staggering underrepresented demographic in >> if you had the time, get involved in politics 'cause then we'll get on the right road. great message, guys. >> thank you. >> let's go back to steve and elisabeth to find out what's coming up for the next two hours. >> all right.
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getting your vegetables every day? when i can. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. two full servings of vegetables for only 50 delicious calories. good morning. today is monday, october 28. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. it's not just a glitch anymore. overnight a complete blackout of health knocking out services to all 50 states. can the administration still defend its signature site? >> and he gave michael jackson the deadly dose of propothol. now conrad murray is a free man. the outrageous things he plans to do next. >> ladies what, would you do if your boyfriend tried this? >> heidi?
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>> are you crazy? >> howie mandel's new prank show, seeing how far people will go to be on tv. howie is with us live. "fox & friends" hour two for this monday starts right now. >> this is morgan freeman. robin williams and george w. bush. you're watching "fox & friends," man. >> frank caliendo. >> he's got more voices in his head than we do. >> i would like to think so, which is hard to imagine. if you take control of the control room, how many people are yelling at you? >> they get me every time. >> coming up, we'll share some of the hundreds of photographs you are e-mailing us of your pet in a halloween costume. >> they're so funny. in the meantime, we're going to go to heather nauert to start with some headlines this morning. >> good morning. steve, you were saying this morning you want to walk on the wild side. try that with heidi klum, see
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what your wife does. >> let's do that. i did the impractical jokers. you should do howie's show. >> all righty. one minute after the hour. while you were sleeping, michael jackson's former doctor has walked free. conrad murray was released from an l.a. county jail at 3:00 o'clock eastern time today. served two years of a four-year sentence for giving michael jackson that deadly dose of propothol. it was for good behavior, they say. he says he now plans to try to get his medical license back in the state of nevada. singer chris brown waking up in a jail cell yet again. this time police say that he attacked a man outside a hotel in washington, d.c the 24-year-old is still on probation for beating up his then girlfriend rihanna back in 2009. if he's found in violation of his probation agreement, he could face four years behind bars. he'll face a judge later this morning on felony assault
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charges. 911 calls leased from the moments that five people were thrown from that ride at the north carolina state fair. listen to this. >> we're at the state fair and the ride turned upside down and dumped everybody out: there is people bleeding really bad. >> five people fell down. >> the operator of that ride, timothy, will face a judge later today. he was arrested over the weekend for deadly assault with a weapon. investigators say the ride was tampered with and safety devices were compromised. more arrests are expected. country legend kenny rogers celebrating a major milestone this morning. ♪ down in south alabama ♪ ♪ white, white lightning, mason jar in my hand ♪
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>> remember that? that was a couple weeks ago here on "fox & friends." over the weekend, the 75-year-old was inducted into the country music hall of fame in nashville. that was him performing his new song on "fox & friends." after accepting that honor, he said, quote, this is like the culmination of my career because i've done pretty much everything else and i think without this, it would have been incomplete. it would have been incomplete had he not had the chance to sing "the gambler" with all of us. that's what got him into the country music hall of fame. >> he tossed to that clip on stage. >> our song could have kept him out. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> joining us right now on this monday morning, as he does every monday morning, donald trump. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> and congratulations. i follow you on twitter. i saw the news on friday, you were awarded the t. boon pickens award on friday. >> for entrepreneur of the year. congratulations.
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>> american spectator a great group. thank you very much. >> congratulations. >> while you got to work and have success, we're not having you can success with oakey's pet funeral home & obamacare. then we find out the hub they were bragging out does even work, so we start monday with their guaranteeing by the end of the month, they'll get it on track. do you buy it? >> no, that's not going to happen. and i think a bigger problem is going to be the computer is a really big problem, but a bigger problem is the wrong people are signing up. people that weren't supposed to sign up are signing up. it's going to cost a fortune. young people that had a policy, these people are now finding the new policy, if they go through obamacare, is going to cost much more money and not be as good. that was not supposed to happen. it was supposed to be the other way. >> so they're taking the fine? >> yeah. they're taking the fine, many, many people are. i've had people tell me over the weekend, they say i can't believe it. i'm getting less protection,
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less of a product, if you want call it a product, and i'm paying much more money. it doesn't work. i'm not taking it. that's a big problem. nobody knew this was going to happen. that's a big problem. that's a bigger problem than the computer. now, the computer it could be a long time because from what i understand, and i'm pretty good with that stuff, you have to blow up the whole program to start all overment i don't think they can just fix it. i think they'll have to start over again. this is a mess. 635 million. by the way, that number is very low because they're just throwing money at it. >> she actually said -- kathleen sebelius, they didn't give them enough time and they said they didn't have enough money. >> well, she's got to be fired. look, let's face it, this is a woman that has done a terrible job and this is a woman that has to be fired. and fired immediately. and the president should do it. when something happens, when a baseball team loses five games and ends up doing horribly, the managers get fired. >> are we looking at mismanagement here?
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honestly, in any other corporation, you have to talk about leadership and hiring people who can do what you're asking them to do, implement the task at hand. this has certainly not happened. if you see this as a corporation o'clock the president would be the ceo, no? >> well, look, elisabeth, i guess he's not going to fire himself. i know a lot of people would like to see that happen of the let's assume, let's make that assumption that he won't be firing himself, he's got to fire her. no question about it. i think as bad as it is, it's horrible, but it sends a positive signal, at least something is being done of the you can't have the same woman continue to run this because it's been a disaster. this is gross mismanagement and they never recover from it. if obamacare had a chance, which i think is going to fall of its own weight anyway, but if it had a chance, this had to be seamless. and it's a disaster. >> sure. and it flies in the face of everything the president promised us.
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he promised you could keep your doctor if you wanted to. he said he would bend the cost curve down because health care is going out of control. it's not going that way. he said it would be cheaper than your cell phone and as easy as kayak or amazon and on all four of those counts, bupkus. >> they should have gotten amazon or google, that's more complicated. >> they vote for him and support him! why not ask them for a favor? >> incredible. they would have done it for nothing. if you would have said public policy, could you come in and give us the greatest web site ever? i guarantee you, the guyses at google and amazon, any one of five other company, let's not go crazy, they would have come in and done it as a public servant. they go to canada and take a company that had a horrible track record. i don't know if you seen it. this company had a record based on failures all over the place
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and they go to this company and pay $635 million and that number is nothing. that number is going to go up so much. and how do they negotiate the fix as a negotiator? all they're doing is saying, look, just please fix it. fix it! you think anyone is negotiating price? i don't think so. >> they don't and they haven't. let's take a look at this other major story. in spain, they're going to accuse us of spying on 60 million. and angela merkel sending her spy experts to meet with us. she's outraged at our behavior and says we've been spying, listening on her phone calls. now we find out from the nsa is saying, we never told the president that we were spying on angela merkel. we are a mess with our allies and our enemies. if this is you, donald trump, where do you stand right now in weather it comes to the nsa and our friends? >> first of all, i think it's a terrible thing and these are really good allies of ours. i think it's just so terrible. and it's on their personal cell
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phone. something interesting happened yesterday, the president said he knew nothing about it. he didn't know anything about it. and that was shocking that he didn't know about it. it almost would have been better if he did know, but he said he knew nothing about it and he's our leader. look, this has never happened. these kind of things have never happened with our country. our country is in a freefall and something better be done fast because we're a joke all over the world. >> there is a german magazine that says the president not only knew about it, but in 2010, he wanted to -- he reaffirmed it but because the quote was, according to an anonymous source, that he never trusted merkel. >> i think he knew about it, but he said that he did not know about it. i believe he knew about it. it's impossible to believe he didn't know about tapping the head of germany, the head of france, all of these big important countries, some of which are great allies, it's hard to believe the president doesn't know we're tapping their phone. so he said -- and i think it's almost worse when he said i didn't know about it, because that shows gross imcompetence.
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>> because apparently according to the stories out there, there is somebody below the president who picks the targets. and if they're picking world leaders -- >> i don't know. that person doesn't report to the president. does anybody believe that one? >> it's crazy. >> we have an interesting country going on right now, folks. >> we got a lot going on. that's why we're so lucky to have the t. boon pickens award winner joining us on monday morning. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. it's now 7:11 here in new york city. >> congratulations again. coming up for the first time, we're hearing from eyewitnesses on the ground in benghazi, what he knows about the administration and what they're not telling the american people, up next. >> and it's marlin versus man. the giant fish comes crashing into the fishing boat. and one of the guys goes overboard. it's the video you're going to be talking about all day long. >> he jumped for his life, didn't he? >> wouldn't you?
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all right. one of the top security officials on the ground during the benghazi attack breaking his silence last night. he says the u.s. government knew an attack was imminent and didn't do a thing about it in 2013 on 9-11. my next guest sending a letter out to the secretary of state, john kerry, demanding answers. not only does he want to know why those warnings were ignored, the other is why are the suspect s not out with -- >> what did you get out of the 60 minutes feature last night? >> the fact that the people on the ground for the first time
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have come forward to tell their story about what happened and what they saw when they got to benghazi before 9-11 were the black flags of al-qaeda flying. they saw the red cross embassy attacked, the british ambassador, assassination attempt on him, and then the third thing that they put this on the internet was to take out our consulate in benghazi. this was all foreseeable and warnings were made to state department in washington and a cry for help was made by the ambassador, those cries for help were not responded to. >> the crazy thing as you pointed out, and you pointed it out in your letter, if you really want to get the guys that killed our guys, we know they're al-qaeda. that's our chief enemy out of all the islamic extremists, they did it. you say there is no reward next to their name and not on the most wanted list. >> there is a reward for justice program that brawn down the
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world trade center bomber in 1993. yet these suspects, these terrorists have not been put on this list. i just think it's a sign from the administration they're not taking it seriously. it's not a priority. this could bring these terrorists to justice. it's been over a year. i think we had them in our sights and let them go and now this is the best chance we can get to apprehend them. let me say one more thing. these reports, when these guys came in to talk on "60 minutes" and saw al-qaeda flags and operatives, they telegraph that had to washington. when the attack occurred on 9-11 , it was it was a video in florida. >> they told that to the families! it was a video and we're going to get to the producers who did this. >> really offensive to the victims and we owe it to them to catch the terrorist. >> one thing missing out of the whole report last night was that these were hillary clinton's policies that they were following and not following and
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there was no follow through. >> she was behind all of this. i think it's going to haunt her in any potential presidential election. i was one of the last ones to question her in congress on foreign affairs committee about these cables, about these warnings and what was your response, madam secretary? i never saw them, she said. >> what bothers me most and it's a little out of your os pis, but when hicks was told, there is no help coming and tell those who are under attack at the annex, no help is coming, i still find that -- i know that's a different page -- inexcusable and it's never been explained to me. >> this one is the most disturbing and offensive event of all the tragedy of benghazi and that is the military teaches that man left behind. no man left behind. and we left behind our ambassador and three other -- a navy seal and two foreign services officer. we left them behind to die. they called for additional help.
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what was the response? we can't send any help. >> mr. chairman, what do you think it's like right now in benghazi? if there were al-qaeda flags then, what do you think it's like now that the british pulled out and everybody else? this might as well be al-qaeda country. >> this is the greatest threat to not only the region over there and the middle east, but also the homeland and that is that al-qaeda is spreading like a wildfire across northern africa. it's growing out of control. they are taking over libya, trying to take over egypt, syria, it's all playing out in syria. and i sigh again this is the greatest threat to the homeland. >> as bret baier broke a year ago, a gitmo detainee is running things over there. and world pressure let these guys go and this is what we get in response. always love having new studio. >> thanks for having me. >> all right. next up, new obamacare debauchle. why the problem in one state stretches beyond
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time for your news by the numbers. first, 60. that's how many saudi arabian women got behind the wheel on a day of protest against a ban on female drivers in saudi arabia. if the women are caught driving, they could face up to five years
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in prison and a big fine as well. 60 of them drove. next, zero. that's how many people in oregon have been enrolled in obamacare through the exchange web site, cover oregon. the problem? apparently that web site isn't working at all. so zero has signed up. finally, $32 million. that's how much the prank-fueled movie "add grandpa" made this weekend. it ousted "gravity" as the number one movie in america. it actually looked hilarious. elisabeth, over to a great story. >> thanks. you're right about that. imagine a thief steals your wallet. you catch him red handed. what do you do next? it happened to jessica. but she took the christian way out. from him, this is a scripture that she thought of, from him who takes away your clothing, don't withhold your coat also. jessica joins us from oklahoma. we're so thankful that you're here. tell us what happened. you you're shopping for
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groceries, got four kids under the age of eight. you go to reach for your phone and notice something else is missing. what happens next? >> i realized it was missing and thought, what's the best way for me to handle this situation? i just started skimming the aisles and i noticed him in a more crowded aisle and so i slowly and calmly approached him and i wanted to be quiet. i didn't want to make a scene. and, you know, a few weeks prior to that, i had been thinking about mission work and kind of researching global mission work. i thought, you know, in that moment, mission work can start right here in my community. so i walked up to him and i told him that jesus forgives me every day and that if he would give me my wallet back, that i would forgive him and i would pay for his groceries. and i did. >> jessica, that is outstanding. but how did he respond to that? what did he say to you?
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>> he was ashamed. he started crying when we walked to the front and he was embarrassed. he said that he was broke and that he had kids and -- i've been in those situations, too. i had a very dark childhood and -- but i had people in my life that really lit up my world, too. so i think that it's important when people are struggling that we be kind and he was very appreciative. but he was ashamed and embarrassed and i just kept telling him that jesus loves him and he has every opportunity to turn his life around and jesus loves him unconditionally no matter what he's going through and no matter what he's done. so it was a blessing to me and i hope that it was a blessing to him, too. >> it seems as though it may have been. most people would have called the cops, demanded their stuff back and put that person in big trouble. you did so much. you forgave him and then went to go pay for his groceries and i understand $28 -- correct me if i am wrong -- the $28 was a
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significant and important sign to you from god that this was all meant to be. and you did the right thing. >> it was. i hardly ever carry cash in my wallet. i think it's disgusting and i don't want it like, fondling my wallet. when i walked up there and i saw his total, you know, was 27 something, i opened my wallet and i had $28 in there. i just thought, oh, my gosh. this is totally god at work. it had nothing to do with me. it was jesus. >> his groceries totaled what? >> twenty-seven dollars and some change. i think 27.65 was the exact total. >> jessica, we need more of you out there, i say. thank you for showing us what grace and forgiveness and second chance really looks like. >> well, i appreciate that jesus shows that to me. >> you're pretty exceptional, jessica. you have a great day. >> you, too. thank you. >> thanks for being here. so what do you think?
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drop us a line on facebook. andfriends and what you think of jessica. next up, a dream vacation and drug smugglers, what could the two have in common? the real life nightmare up next. and ladies, what would you do if your boyfriend tried this? >> i'm meeting someone here for an interview. >> heidi? >> are you crazy? >> howie mandel's new show, seeing how far you will go as he is here live, walking in. howie. what are you up to now. wisest kid?
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♪ i was born country ♪ ♪ and that's what i'll always be ♪ ♪ like the rivers and the woodlands wild and free ♪ >> i love it. >> your shot of the morning. >> we asked for it. >> this pooch is dressed up as a cowgirl. we asked to see some of your pets in costume. you guys have been sending them. >> here is pearl, the dog, a
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nurse. hello, pearl. >> i don't want my nurse drooling, but that's just me. here is lily as the lion and dorothy inthe wizard of oz." >> halloween isn't just for dogs. this is bernice, the box turtle as a christmas tree. >> how do you trick or treat with a box turtle? you get one piece of candy. >> keep them coming. we've put them out on our "fox & friends" instagram, if you follow that. heather nauert joins us here in studio e with some headlines. >> good morning. speaking of halloween, we have a story to bring you on that fronts. a halloween hay ride takes a frightening turn at a camp in michigan. people watching in horror as a tractor packed with parents and children suddenly tips over, sending passengers flying right off this ride. >> i started seeing people being
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taken away on stretchers, children wrapped in blankets. >> i don't know how they would have flipped. you got a lot of hills and turns. >> eight people were hurt. their injuries are not considered life-threatening. a world war ii veteran brutally murdered during a botched robbery has been laid to rest with full navy honors. police say that 87-year-old lawrence thornton died two days after he was attacked and mugged on his driveway in mississippi earlier this month. four teen-agers have been accused of murdering the man who was affectionately nicknamed shine. they're charged with murder, robbery, and conspiracy to commit robbery. an australian couple who thought they won the trip of a lifetime, it turns out that they were being turned into blind drug mules. when they got home from a dream vacation to canada, they thought there was something suspicious about their bags, so they told customs officials right away. what did they find? $7 million worth of crystal meth
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inside. cops think their luggage was switched by drug smugglers in canada. >> i could have ended up in jail for 25 years. ruined my life. >> there was a suspect who was set to pick up those drugs in australia. he was arrested right away at the airport. authorities say that a bogus tour company called auscan tours has been running this scam for some time and tends to target older people. wow. it's one thing if you reel in a big catch. quite another when the big catch hurls stuff in your boat. look at this. you see that right there! these three fishermen were trying to reel in the marlin. the fish launches itself on board. it does all the work for them. one of the men not thinking twice, he jumps right into the water. did you see that guy, go right into the water?
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>> i was in bermuda, a time a guy hauled in a sword fish and it stabbed him right through the check. >> no way. is he okay? >> no, he's dead. it stabbed him and threw him out into the water. he died. i just had to be honest. >> we were looking for a happy ending. >> everyone should stop fishing. too dangerous. >> the good news is, in this particular story, it is just funny video. on the streets of new york city, maria molina is there where it's 43 degrees here at 48th and 6th avenue. >> that's right. a little bit of a chilly morning here in the northeast. but 'tis the season, it's supposed to start to get chilly. it's october. we're heading into november. temperatures are going to continue to be dropping. i want to take you out west. we have a big storm system that's going to be with us over the next several days. it's going to slowly move eastward. today it's already going to be producing significant snowfall across parts of montana, wyoming. we're talking locally up to 15 inches of snow. then it kind of intensifies and
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begins to produce a lot of heavy rain in the center of the country. by this wednesday, we're talking severe weather possible and a lot of heavy rain and even snow on the back ends of that snow system. today we could start to see severe weather across sections of kansas. damaging winds, large hail and also isolated tornadoes being a concern. east of this storm system, winds are generally going to be out of the south. that does mean that you're going to start to see a rise in those temperatures. already seeing that today in san antonio, with your high at 88. 80s in new orleans. we're talking only 60 today in the city of atlanta. but take a look at the extended forecast. back into the 70s by tuesday and it stays that way over the next several days through at least the end of the workweek on friday. let's head back inside. >> thank you. >> let me just tell you, howie mandel did not watch the baseball world series game last night. so i told him i would do these highlights. >> thank you. >> it's sponsored. >> in lou of tebow.
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>> yes. st. louis had a one game lead. jonny gomes blast has three-run homer. boston takes a 4-1 lead. let's go to the 9th inning. the cardinals aren't going down without a fight. but shockingly eliminated this way. beltran there. the quick pickoff play. wong out at first. leaving beltran with a bat in his hand. 4-2. this series tied at two games apiece. how much longer? gave five tonight on fox. get beard. >> could you act more impressed? >> no, i am. it was amazing. >> i missed some other stuff, too. >> we're going to find out. >> how would you like to read your own introduction? >> howie mandel has a new gig, convincing random people to pull hilarious pranks on unsuspecting strangers. i'm going to show you, is there a clip? >> yes. >> there is going to be a clip. >> i'm meeting someone here for
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an interview. >> heidi? >> are you crazy? >> now you can hear me. i gave you important information throughout the clip. that was from season 1. season 2 starts on tv yes, in march. it's got celebrities and they prank people. but you know what? as much as i want to plug and i want people to watch that show, do you know why i'm really here? >> to meet us? >> first of all, this one side, please leave all cell phones and electronic devices in the green room before entering the studio. there isn't one of you that doesn't have a phone, blackberry. you have too many here. >> there is a limit. >> we don't want you to be on tv and then the phone rings. somebody would call you and say, hey, howie, you're on television. >> really? >> it happens all the time. >> you know why i'm here, really, i'm an educator now. what way? >> i'm trying to educate people to this problem of a fib.
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>> it's an irregular heartbeat. >> this affects like almost 6 million people. >> so you know? >> i know. >> she's an educator. >> and if you have it, you're five times more likely to have a stroke. so go easy on yourself. >> i thought your heart was just beating 'cause you were here. >> i'm excited, but i'm very close to having a stroke. but if you want to know more about it, i want to send people to fibs or take a quiz. like deal or no deal. for everybody that takes the quiz, not only do you learn something, but you end up -- >> i got a little problem. >> what? >> you're worried about giving people a sudden shock and there is 6 million people with afib, yet you want to stun people with your pranks show. and if someone has afib and on your prank show, without knowing it, you could kill them. >> or you could save their life. >> no. the point is, this is so common and if you know about it, you -- >> i didn't know. >> how did you find out? >> i was going to do the show!
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isthis is not a joke. like before we did the show, you have a physical. didn't they give you a physical? >> no, steve just patted her dawn. >> was anybody in the room for this? >> really can't go into this. >> less when he and more about you. >> i was in a hotel, i wasn't in a doctor's office. the guy goes oh, oh that's not good. my resting heart rate was 170. i didn't know. i thought i was tired. >> those were your symptoms, tired and out of breath? >> i didn't know. >> the number shuck 50 or 60? >> yeah. i had no idea. now that i know about it, i'm able to manage it. >> so there is no pill to fix it. you can only manage it? >> you can manage it. there are medications, there is therapy. there is other things you can do. but the point is, the key is learn about it. that's why fibs it's a quiz. everybody who goes there, the people at bristol myers squib
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and pfizer will donate a dollar to the national stroke association. so if i have one, they'll know what i'm doing. >> we'll know, too, 'cause we'll play this tape back and say you predicted this could happen to you. >> i'm not predicting a stroke! i'm not. i'm taking care of it because i'm knowledgeable because i went to the web site. >> what's your relationship really like with you and howard stern? >> you know, right now he's like a scorned lover. >> in what way? >> well, i kissed and said good-bye. we kissed over the summer and then i haven't seen him. >> you did do that? >> yes. you ever go to camp, have like a little thing happen at camp and then you don't see them 'til next year at camp. my wife won't let me speak to him. she's very jealous. and i don't want to rock the boat. >> what's amazing, two comedic minds met on that stage as judges and you got along and you built on that rather than have a jealousy. that is rare. don't you agree? >> i'm a huge fan of howard. i think he's brilliant and funny.
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i've been a fan of the show before we got a chance to work together. >> you knew it was going to work? >> i did. it's like a dream -- just like this morning is a dream come true. i'm a huge fan of all of yours. >> really? >> and the fact that you allow me to come here and spread my work. >> i have a great idea, let's have lunch every day this week. >> we will. are you going to take the quiz? >> once again, the web site is? >> it's like a game. >> how do they get it? >> we're going to tweet it out and all sorts of stuff. we're going to educate america. >> i'll tweet it, too. >> thanks. you're something else. >> coming up, it was a horrific accident at a state fair. what are your chances of living through ride at a fair at a carnival -- peter johnson, jr. is here with that next. >> and 60 years ago, a navy pilot was shot down by the japanese. his name might have been forgotten if it hadn't been for a child.
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it is every carnival goers nightmare. riders of the vortex ride at the north carolina state fair were unbuckling their belts at the end of the ride when the ride suddenly started up again and threw a lot of them to the ground. listen to this. >> we're at the state fair and the ride turned upside down and dumped everybody out. there is people who are bleeding really bad, like their head and stuff. >> five people fell straight from the top, 20 feet. >> you know what's worse? investigatessors are charging
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the ride's operator with assault with a deadly weapon, saying he intentionally tampered with that ride. so what happens next? let's talk to fox news legal analyst, peter johnson, jr. >> good morning on this monday. what happens next is they're looking at other people as well. allegedly involved with the tampering of the ride. we don't know the details. we know that on the monday before, there was a problem that was allegedly fixed. we also know that there are questions across america about how rides like this are actually maintained. who is responsible? the state or the federal government? in north carolina, the state was responsible. they examine it before the ride begins and then at the end of the ten-day period. three times a day, the ride owner is supposed to do a self inspection on that ride. but there is a patchwork quilt of state laws across america that regulates this. >> my question is -- we don't know the nature of whatever the problem was earlier. but just the suggestion that
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something has been tampered with, they must have seen something. >> it's horrifying. if you look at the vortex ride, the cup goes up in the air and goes upside down. according to reports, people fell 20 to 30 feet to the ground, struck their head, were unconscious on the ground as a result of that. we know that in carnival rides, these rides generally, there is a one in 750 million chance of dying. one in 24 million chance of being seriously injured. about 900 injuries last year that required hospitalizations at rides like this in america. but there are billions of people, there are billions of rides that are taken on these amusement rides. >> so should we feel that they are safe? if the state looks at it at the beginning, at the conclusion, they check it three times a day, you would think that would be enough? but you can never -- if somebody is going to tamper with something, that's crazy. >> what's disturbing is we understand negligence. we understand that human beings can't be perfect, that they can try and do a great job and sometimes they don't. but the notion that somehow --
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we don't have all the details yet -- that someone acted in an intentional way to disable a safety feature, to act in a way that could cause people harm and death on this ride where people are relying on the thrill, but in the end, walking out after a minute ride to return to their families, that is absolutely incredible. they will look hard at this. hopefully it opens the issue again of whether there should be federal oversight of these types of rides. there is now, but they have very few people actually doing it. >> all interesting stuff. very disturbing story. thank you very much. >> good to see you. >> good to see you. straight ahead, six decades ago, a world war ii pilot was shot down by the japanese. today a 15-year-old boy claims that's him. the story of reincarnation that you've got to hear. that boy and his parents join us live next hour. first on this day in 1983, "islands in the stream" by kenny rogers who was just inducted
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the u.s. embassy in trane on november 4, 1979. the rally will include a contest for best anti-american photograph, poster, video, or charter. >> thousands of catholics gather not guilty saint peter's square to celebrate family day with pope francis. during his homily yesterday, he told those in attendance to find joy in their everyday family life. >> good advice. less than two hours, ellis island is set to reopen a year after being submerged by super storm sandy. >> now more from ellis island, big doings there today, stacy. >> reporter: yeah, big day here today. 9:30, the first boat will arrive with visitors. for more than a year, when sandy came through almost one year to the date, it completely flooded ellis island. eight feet of water washed through the main hall here, it destroyed the electrical system. it destroyed the boilers. so things have been pretty out of commission. but finally they are able to
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open it to the public today. it is not all the way there. there is still a lot of work to be done because workers here, before this storm, had taken all of the artifacts, a lot of photographs and moved it to higher ground. right after the storm, when everything was flooded, they removed it all to storage warehouses. that stuff has not been brought back because right now, ellis island is still running on interim power and heat. so still about six to eight months out from ellis island being totally back to normal. back to you. >> stacy, live. how can does it take to get the juice back? it's crazy, it's been a year. >> i agree with you. coming up, six decades ago, a world war ii pilot was shot down by the japanese. today a 15-year-old boy says he was that pilot. the story of reincarnation you have to hear. that boy and his parents join us live. do you still need a
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perhaps. "fox & friends" starts now. >> this is snooki from "jersey shore." you're watching "fox & friends". >> "jersey shore" was kind of bizarre. welcome. we get up early every day to bring you the news. but mondays special for bret baier 'cause he's got to get up early as well and he joins us from our nation's capitol. good morning to you. >> good morning. i talked to all of the affiliates, fox affiliates, i talked with the morning hosts on mondays, do this talk back. but this is the most fun i have. every monday morning. >> all right! great job on charles krauthammer special, by the way. >> thank you. that was a real honor. you can see i had a good time doing it, if you watched it. he's really special. we're lucky to have him. >> it was fantastic. the on-line hits are going and going. people can't get enough of it. you did a really great job. so wednesday, kathleen sebelius is set to testify.
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this weekend, saturday she's bragging about how well the system with obamacare is working. sunday it shuts down across 50 states, all the information gone. i don't know where. what kind of answers are we really going to get on wednesday, do you think? >> i mean, that's a great question. i think it will clearly be pointed on both sides of the aisle. you saw a few of these lawmakers, democrats had some of the most pointed questions up on capitol hill this past week about the web site. i think you're going to see a lot of that. when secretary sebelius sits down -- she's been defiant on the road in these different call centers she's gone to. it's interesting that she's pointing to the phones being up and running, but the web site not being up and running. but i think it's going to be really heated and a lot of fireworks come wednesday morning. >> you talk about the town hall she's had across the country. it's been really embarrassing. i was reading i -- i want to say the "wall street journal" or "washington post," that recounted some of her events where she's on a stage and she's
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got people in the background going okay, they don't have health care. go ahead and try to sign on. then nothing would work. you know what? we're working the kinks out of this. you know, do you think we're hitting a critical mass in washington, d.c. where eventually somebody's head will have to roll and it will be hers? >> i mean, it's possible, but i tell you, steve, i don't think that the administration is going down that road, just because one, they don't want the nomination confirmation process. going through a confirmation in the senate side during this would be brutal for the administration. i think they're going to try to get through the tough stuff here. they claim -- the white house claims that they can get the web site up and running by the end of november. you talk to tech experts, they say that's really optimistic to believe that the 500 million lines of code are going to be ironed out by then. >> you got to wonder, who is
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telling them to put themselves under a hard deadline again, because they're going to look like they have egg on their faces. now, i want to bring you to one of the other shows besides fox news sunday. on "meet the press," he had governor brashear on, supposedly telling the good news story of obamacare in certain states. listen to where this went. >> 12:01 a.m. on october 1 when our exchange opened up to enrollment, kentuckians started swarming all over our exchange, all over our toll free lines, and in about four weeks, we've had over 300,000 kentuckians trying to find out and finding out about affordable health care. we've signed up over 26,000 people. >> mostly medicaid, though. so it's not the young and healthy people getting the insurance plans that are really necessary to make this system work. >> 26,000, 21,000 are in medicaid. 5,000 are in qualified health plans, but we've got another
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10,000 going on to the plans that are in the process of choosing. >> yeah, they're thinking about it. so it's mostly medicaid. >> yeah. that's a big problem. if those numbers translate across the country because as you know, they need to sign up, according to the administration, 7 million people by march. of that, it has to be the right mix of young healthy people to older people and people who would use insurance a lot. people who are sick or have preexisting conditions in order for the equation to work out, it needs to be the right balance. if that balance is the balance across the country, you have much bigger problems than just a web site. >> ninety-five dollars fines is what a lot of young people will take in order to avoid prison time or whatever the ramification is. >> it's $95 or 1% of their adjusted income. >> and that's this year and then it goes up. let's talk about something else. the white house coming under fire about spying on world leaders and our friends. a new report is saying possibly that president obama knew of the nsa spying on merkel, germany.
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what do you make of this and is this something to be embarrassed about or not? >> that nsa story that he knew was in germany, "wall street journal" has a story out from senior officials anonymously saying he didn't know, that president obama did not know for five years that they had this program to spy on world leaders. so either way, it's not good. either the defense is that he was kept out of the loop, has been the defense this white house has used, or the spying on 35 world leaders, it's just not good public relations wise. that said, listen, every country spies and while it's a tough thing to sell to the american public and to the public overall, it does happen. >> it does. but what's disturbing is apparently -- and according to the nsa people who talked to the white house, a lot of people don't trust the nsa these days anyway because they spy on all of us. just the fact that the
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president, while he was president, this program was running for coming up on five years where they were spying on world leaders and apparently -- according to the "wall street journal" item -- apparently there are people below the president who decide who to spy on. so it's somebody else way down here on the food chain deciding, you know what? merkel. let's go after her. let's go after tony blair or whomever in the last five years. >> i mean, it's easy to pick at every administration has done some of this. so it's important to point out. but it's public relations wise, diplomacy wise, it's really awkward. and this all stems from edward snowden and all of these documents. there is another one out this morning that suggests that the u.s. was listening into some 60 million calls in spain over a year. so you have real problems diplomatically from this. >> it's unbelievable, too. like the peter king method of embracing it. it's called a hamburg cell, we
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need to embrace it and listening in. >> listen to them, don't listen to us. >> he said stop apologizing for this. >> have a great program, bret baier's program runs at 6:00 o'clock eastern time right here on the fox news channel. we're all big fans of that. >> have a good day. >> now for the rest of headline, we'll go to heather nauert. >> good morning to you. it looks like such a beautiful day in washington, d.c michael jackson's former doctor walking free. conrad murray was released from an l.a. county jail at midnight. this video shows him driving away inside of a cop car. murray served just two years of his four-year prison sentence for giving jackson a deadly dose of propothol. what's raising eyebrows, murray says he's planning to try to get his medical license back in the state of nevada. chris brown wake up in a jail cell once again. this time police say he attacked
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a man outside of a hotel in washington, d.c the 24-year-old is still on probation for beating up his girlfriend, rihanna, back in 2009. if he's found in violation of his probation agreement, he could face four years behind bars. he's set to face a judge in 30 minutes on felony assault charges. we'll hear more about that throughout the day. four inmates on the run this morning. they pulled a dirty trick at an oklahoma jail and this sounds like it's something right out of a movie. authorities say they pried open some sort of latch above a shower. they then apparently climbed onto a crawl space and then crawled 30 feet before they escaped through a door. listen to this. >> this time -- all they had to do was push the door and walk out because it's not in the jail. >> if it's that easy, they need to revamp. >> yeah. there were apparently some trap doors above the showers. they were supposed to be welded shut last week, but obviously that didn't happen. the workers missed them.
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four orange jump suits were found outside that jail. so be on the lookout for these guys. also this morning, we're remembering rock'n'roll legend lou reed. ♪ take a walk on the wild side. ♪ >> best known for that solo hit "walk on the wild side." he was born in brooklyn, new york. a lot of musicians are remembering him this morning. steven tyler tweeted, you're a great friend. from maxes to the masses, you made the world sing. i love you, lou. lenny kravitz writes, rest in peace on the wild side. he suffered complications from a liver transplant. he was 71 years old. see new just a bit. thank you very much. straight ahead, nearly 50 years after his assassination, some
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it's been 50 years since president kennedy's assassination in dallas, texas. but many people believe there is
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a mystery behind it and it has yet to be solved. joining us, former c.i.a. officer, mike baker, he's on the case. >> i am one floor above where lee harvey oswald was positioned that fateful day to take his three shots. and there it is. this is essentially the vantage point where oswald that day, he got clear point as the mode cade rolls through. he acquires the target, bam, bam, bam. >> mike is heading up a new investigation called "america declassified." first off, how did you get up there? >> that's what this whole series is about. it's taking the viewer basically to places that they normally won't be able to see on their own. ary restricted. top secret. there is some mystery or conspiracy wrapped an the location. then what we do is we try to peel away the layers and -- i mean, it's an informative show, educational, and very entertaining. which is exactly what you would think i would say. >> what did you discover from sitting up there at the book
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depository? >> you actually shot a weapon for the first time in 50 years from that window? >> not from the window f. deeley plaza. we were checking the second shooter's theory. that there is a picket fence and that's where the second shooter may have been. we were up there with a rival. we got permission from the authorities and we fired off a number of rounds from up there. now, if you want an entertaining reaction from pedestrians, go to dealy plaza and fire a rifle. >> what did you conclude? >> there is a witness who talked about seeing a puff of smoke, a muzzle flash, something. we saw where yes, he could have seen something. the second shooter definitely would have had positioning. he would have had concealment. there would have been an exit strategy. he could have gotten off. so it's a fascinating look at what has really hung on for 50
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years. people don't want to previous it was just lee harvey oswald in that book depository. >> right. november 3, that will be on, right? that's at 10:00 o'clock. also you look at cooper's mysterious disappearance. we have questions. you have answers. >> we're looking at all these various mysteries. the only unsolved american hijacker. we look at the escape from alcatraz in 1962. >> what do you try to recreate from alcatraz? >> we're looking at that night. in 1962 when frank morris and the anglen brothers escaped from the place you couldn't get away from. they used a home made raft made out of prison rain coats, went into the water and that was the last we ever heard of them. did they escape or not? and they would have been trying to get over to angel island, maybe two miles away. we were in the water for hours trying to paddle across the bay. it's a tough slog, i'll tell you that. but every episode, every story, again, it starts november 3, 10:00 p.m., this sunday.
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every story, we're out someplace taking the viewers some where that they normally are not going to see. >> as your agenters which i might be, get a body double. this is going to kill you by the end if you keep doing this stuff. mike baker we'll watch you sunday night at "america declassified" now on the travel channel. congratulations, looks great. >> thank you. >> look how cool you get o dress. >> it's my travel channel coat. >> that's fantastic. thank you. coming up, heart stopping video. a man fires directly into a trooper's car. that trooper puts himself in the line of fire on purpose. wait until you hear why. and six decades after a world war ii pilot was shot, a 15-year-old claims he was that pilot. the boy and his parents are next with this story of reincarnation. you got to hear it good job!
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>> you need your monday morning headlines. police in china evacuating tiananmen square overnight after a jeep drove right through a crowd, bursting into flames. three people were killed. police are investigating whether the crash was an accident or deliberate. was it terrorism? two people confirmed dead in what's being called the worst storm to hit the united kingdom in decades. third person appeared dead after being swept out to sea. 250,000 house without power. heathrow canceling flights, causing problems around the globe.
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>> it all started when their son woke up from a bad dream and began recounting stories of a fallen world war ii pilot. his mother and father never told him those stories. in fact, they think he may have experienced them in a past life. they have shared their son james' story all over the world in hopes of shedding light on what we do not know about the after life. the book gained so much popularity, it's been translated to ten different languages. joining me now are andrea, bruce and james. thank you all for being with us this morning. >> thank you. >> certainly we've been sort of hinting at this story all day and it gives everyone pause because it seems almost impossible. can you go through and tell us about james' story? he was two when he started having these dreams? >> right. and what happened? >> after his second birthday and he started having horrific night terrors, remembering he was in a plane that got shot down and crashed in the water. he couldn't get out of the plane. and the behaviors that he had when he was having the
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nightmares were mimicked, somebody who was trying to get out of something. like he was trapped in a box trying to kick the lid off. >> it seemed very real. bruce, when you heard this, did you think anything of it? certainly two-year-olds have nightmares, right? >> it was disturbing because it was four, five, six times a week. it just wasn't incidental night terror that children experience. >> there were drawings, too, james, that you would make that sort of indicated historic truths. correct? we have some images of those that we can put up. but it was how you would sign them, right, that would give everyone a little bit more information. >> that was one of our first clues. he started doing the drawings and it was almost a pathological process. he would put the planes and the ships in and then almost be acting out a battle. he would be shooting and firing. and started signing the drawings james 3. it was right when he was three years old, he couldn't even sign his name. audient know how to write his name, which i think people don't realize when you're three, you don't know how to write your name yet.
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>> exactly. >> but he isn't a third james. my husband's name is bruce. we kept asking him, how come you're signing your name james 3. he said, i'm the third james. >> what made your parents start researching james, what that really meant historically? you said the name of another pilot. correct? >> i said the names of many pilots, bob greenwald, jack larson. i stated all these names of people that if only you had been on the ship or you had been able to look at military records or you knew them personally, through a family or just friendships, you would know that person or their life. two, three, four, very young ages just talking about them. >> at two he knew the name of the ship. my husband had asked him at the railroaded where his plane took off from and he said from a boat. and he asked if he remembered the name of the boat and he said
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natoma, which is a bizarre word to come up when you're two. >> how do you make the jump from saying, okay, this is some information in my two-year-old or three-year-old's mind to he actually is re incarnated, this person is reincarnated in my son. how did you get to that point? >> he did three things very quickly. he gave us the name of the ship. he then gave us the name of a man he flew with jailed jack larson, and then he gave us a location where his plane was shot done. what i found out by contacting a veterans organization, never expecting to confirm this name jack larson, i asked a guy named leo, do you remember jack larson, he said oh, yeah, he flew off one day and we never saw him. it had led me to believe that's who was killed. >> james, you're young when this started.
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it seems like an awful lot of responsibility for a toddler to have, be carrying of the life of a world war ii veteran. if you can even just give us a brief games into what that's life and where are you now? do you still feel the way that you might have felt at three where you're having these visions and occurrences come to you? >> i don't have the nightmares anymore. they passed after we went and reconciled the whole problem with james houston. i got to say good-bye. i guess i kind of made that spiritual, just release from james houston. so i don't have the nightmares anymore. but a lot of people ask, well, how can something like this, you know, happen? how would you just know these things? and so i kind of give the well, what you want to be when you grow up? some people say, i want to be a doctor. i say, is there anything anybody
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can say, change how you feel about oh, i want to be a doctor, some people just have this innate knowledge from birth, but i know a lot about weaponry. i know a lot about the military and it's just -- i don't know where it comes from. some people just know a lot about specific subject. but where does it come from? >> maybe it comes from the exact place you describe. >> exactly. >> do you feel that you can live your own life or do you feel like you can not separate the two? >> oh, i live my own life every day. i think about james houston sometimes. i recollect on just -- i just think about him sometimes. but it's not -- i can just live my own life freely. >> good. james, thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> bruce and andrea, thanks for sharing your story. others may have similar incidents as well and we will have everybody facebook us if you have something you want to share with james. coming up, what would you do if
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your critter to sit still because with our dog charlie, for years, we tried to get the devil horns, he would shake them off. >> i have this thing with my dog because his head is so big now. we have to put down -- we don't put a chain around his neck. we have the slip knot. we have to sedate him to get it on. we go back and forth for like an hour. how you get these dogs to dress up -- >> has off to you. >> i have to figure out how to decorate my fish. you guys, earlier we talked to a christian mom, who you're not going to believe this, a thief comes and steals her wallet and she reacted in a way -- jessica eaves is her name from oklahoma. she reacted in a way that i'm not sure anyone really does anymore. take a look at this. >> i walked up to him and i told him that jesus forgives me every day and that if he would give me my wallet back, that i would forgive him and i would pay for his groceries.
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and i did. i hardly ever carry cash in my wallet. i think it's disgusting and i don't want it like fondling my wallet. but when i walked up there and i saw his total was 27 something, i opened my wallet and i had $28 in there and i just thought, oh, my gosh. this is totally god at work. this had nothing to do with me. it was jesus. >> wow. can you imagine, there you are, the victim of a crime and you turn around and you help that person out? >> sure. she has four kids under the age of eight. she saw a little of her in that man and then forgives him first. we asked you guys what you thought. sheryl said, all i can say is bless her. i would have tossed his butt in jail. >> lynn says, random acts of kindness, if there were more people like that in the world, it would be a better place and gets the salute. >> bob says, it was a nice thing to do, but she is in a way an
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enabler because he is free to go and do it again elsewhere. but by the same token, maybe he saw her kindness and he would not do it again. >> sure. that certainly happens often. you feel forgiveness and you change. >> anyway. great story and great reaction. thank you very much. in the meantime, we'll head right over to that gal right there who has our headlines. >> then we all hear about the story and inspires so many other people to do good things as well. i got some headlines. 911 calls just released from the terrifying moments that five people were thrown from a ride at the north carolina state fair. listen to this. >> we're at the state fair and the ride turned upside down and dumped everybody out. >> there is people who are bleeding really bad, like their heads and stuff. >> the ride broke across and people fell from the sky. >> the ride operator will face a judge later today. he was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. investigators say that the ride was tampered with and that
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safety devices were compromised. more arrests are expected. we'll keep watching this one. and is this a mysterious floating barge actually a secret google facility? experts say the giant shipping containers in california could be home to the tech joint's next marketing push for google glass or some say it's a data center. if this becomes a store, it's believed once it's complete, the barge will pull up to shore and then be open to the public. one big problem is that folks close to the local government there say that google hasn't gotten the proper permits. interesting to talk about this. and incredible video out of pennsylvania. a state trooper there displaying unbelievable bravery. timothy is captured on dash cam video putting his own life on the line in order to save a fellow officer. look at this right here. he's racing to catch up with a suspect who had just killed three people. he then rams his cop car into
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the shooter's truck as he tries to save the officer's life who is about to become the man's next victim. you can see the suspect coming in his direction. he manages to return fire, killing him. the officer's actions earning him the international police officer of the year award. how about that? amazing. and check this one out. a fun to her to tell you about. a flock of anotherly 50 ducks caught on camera just waddling their way into a cvs drugstore. this happened in saratoga springs, new york. they came through the automatic doors. eventually a worker lured them out with a bag of popcorn. they tracked a little bit of mud inside, but there was no other damage reported. really? how did 50 get in there? it's cute to see. let's head over to brian. >> speaking of cute. i'm going to give your ad libs. that's how i feel. thank you very much. st. louis had a one game lead heading into game 4 of the world series. would they get equalizer?
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jonny gomes would bounce back. he had a solid post season. boston up 4-1. you knew there would be a late rally. fast forward to the 9th inning. cardinals tying run at the plate. wong is picked off first base, leaving beltran at home plate. red sox win 4-2, evening the series. gave 5 tonight at 8:00 o'clock. it's been a thriller. especially after saturday's controversial call. football now. another round of great football highlights. let's break it down. the best plays of the day. best return, no doubt about it, the opening kickoff, patterson. he'd go the distance. 109 yards. packers would go on to win 44-31. what a frustrating season it's been for them. to detroit now, i love this game. the best clutch catch of the day. calvin johnson. over 300 yards in receptions. there he would score.
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everyone thought that stafford would spike it. he didn't. that would be a one-point lead. 31-0. finally, by the way, the sneak was 8 yards short of an alm-time record. coming up, we're hearing from an eyewitness on the ground of benghazi. what he knows and what the administration is not telling the american public. senator lindsey graham on that. pope francis is doing something we've never seen a pope do before. what? stick around to find out humans. even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems.
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welcome back.
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for the first time a whistle blower who warned our government about the terrorist attack in benghazi is breaking his silence. he claims the u.s. government did not take the threat seriously. >> the people that go out onto the edge to represent our country, we believe that if we get in trouble, they're coming to get us. our back is covered. to hear that it's not, it's a terrible, terrible experience. >> indeed. four americans of course died that night. aren't their families entitled to some answers because so far we have haven't gotten many? joining us from south carolina is senator lindsey graham, member of the senate arms services committee. senator, it's interesting, in that particular report on "60 minutes" last night, greg hicks, who was a deputy there in libya at the time that the ambassador was killed, he was talking about at one point how he was in the
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process of making his third request for additional security. but nothing ever happened with that. what can you tell us about that? >> i know that greg had a very specific request for security upgrades in tripoli, not benghazi, because of a well-known terrorist in the area and his request was spiked. not allowed to go up to washington. there had been four to five additional security requests for benghazi in tripoli that were denied by personnel in washington, d.c but we need to know why his request was never allowed to go to washington and we need to know the person who said he couldn't send it. that's classified. it shouldn't be classified. much of the information about benghazi is classified. i think for political reasons more than anything else. >> sure. also last night we learned that three months before an official had told ambassador stevens, one of the guys on the ground, you're going to be attacked.
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somebody else said -- there is the ambassador who died, our first ambassador killed overseas we also heard one guy say, look, i said this is going to follow al-qaeda's pattern. we've already heard they're going -- they prised they would hit the red cross, which they did. they promised they would hit the united kingdom, which they did. they promised they would hit the united states. you're next! and somebody told washington a number of times and nothing. those people died. >> why was chris stevens going to benghazi in light of all this information? how could someone in washington give it the level of threat being reported continuously by chris himself not approve additional security request? how did the consulate become a death trap? now we know this was a result of a preplanned al-qaeda attack with some very high level operatives involved in leading the attack. it was never a protest as a result of a video gone bad. the four americans were murdered
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by al-qaeda and inn a preplanned coordinated terrorist attack and how could the administration for two weeks or longer tell us that was not so? >> i think it's great that mainstream media finally catching up. cbs did this story on benghazi. i see criticism from the left where they go, you guys are covering a phony scandal. "60 minutes" doesn't cover phony scandals. here is what i thought was a glaring omission and that was in the entire 15-minute story, not one word about hillary clinton. >> i think the story was about the fact that our folks died in a different way than explained by the administration. they died as a result of an al-qaeda planned attack that you could see coming. they talked about security requests being denied. that leads to what to do next. if we don't have a joint select committee to get out of this stove piping problem, we're never going to get the truth.
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the congress should form a committee, the state department is blaming the c.i.a. the c.i.a. is blaming the state department. where was the department of defense? so i am calling for a joint select committee. but for god's sakes, let the house have a select committee where you get three or four committees together to look at this situation as one unit rather than stove piping. and where are the survivors? 14 months later, steve, the survivors, the people who survived the attack in benghazi, have not been made available to the u.s. congress for oversite purposes. i'm going to block every appointment in the united states senate until the survivors are being made available to the congress. i'm tired of hearing from people on tv and reading about stuff in books. we need to get to the bottom of this and to my house colleagues, darrell issa has done great job. to speaker boehner, form a joint committee to get away from this blame game and find out exactly what happened and where was hillary clinton during all these multiple requests for security? you could see this attack a long
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time in the making, according to the people on the ground in libya. why couldn't you see it in washington? who the hell told susan rice this story about a protest gone bad and who told the president there was no evidence of a preplanned terrorist attack in light of all this information? we're just beginning on benghazi. to the families, we're not going to let this go. congress needs to up its game. >> so many questions, easy answers. we just need to get to the bottom of it and sounds like you're going to. thank you very much today for joining us from south carolina. thank you. >> thank you. it is now 11 minutes before the top of the hour. next up, still need a halloween costume? keep the costs down with some great do it yourself ideas. those kids so cute, all home made costumes. meanwhile, bill hemmer, who -- he actually turns off his light on the door, halloween night so the kids go elsewhere. he joins us right now. >> yeah.
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hate those kids, right? stop it! i'm still working on my costume. i'll bring awe picture once i decide. good morning to you. another day, another computer crash for obamacare. what middle class americans will soon be paying. how is this going to go over? karl rove, kirsten powers, senator tom coburn and the revelations about benghazi in connection with al-qaeda, why are we just learning about this now and what will we learn next? and why is michael jackson's doctor walking free today? martha and i will see you about all that at the top of the hour. see you in ten minutes
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welcome back. it's time for quick headlines. thousands of catholics gathering to celebrate a family day in
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rome with the pope. the pope walked down the steps of saint peter's basilica to make his way through the crowd, mingling with the parents and children there. during his homily yesterday, he told church followers to find joy in their everyday family life. and the island that ushered millions of immigrants into the united states will finally see visitors again today. in about an hour, ellis island will be reopened after being closed for about a year due to super storm sandy. the national retail federation says consumer also spend less on halloween and 18% less will make a costume instead of buying one. elisabeth hasselbeck has made a costume out of chair cushions. >> we made the cookie. just a plain cookie. >> you are looking for some last minute ideas that you can make yourself -- >> that's right. laura, lifestyle director of parents magazine is here with some adorably creative ideas and models to show them off. we have some kids here.
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everyone is spending a little bit less. we did 6% less on halloween this year. they're going to make their costumes. >> there is a lot of home made costumes this year. these costumes are fun to make 'cause they are as clever as they are cute. >> for example, cookie, meet cook cree. >> emma, you are a smart cookie. >> she is. >> to make her costume, you'll need brown craft paper, stuff it with newspaper. her chips are brown construction paper. then she's got a graduation cap and book worm glasses. next up, we've got sarah. sarah is when pigs fly. you start this costume off with a pink base which most little girls have. you add some store bought wings. and then the home made elements here are some pig ears which are made out of pink felt and an egg
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carton nose. >> very nice. the next one, jamison is going to the drive-in with his family. when we went, we would wear our pajamas. >> this is great for last minute. get your kid to wear his pj's and all you need are cat ears and a cat face. >> then they're ready for bed as soon as they come home. i love that. >> exactly. >> what about caroline? >> caroline looks so dreamy. she is on cloud 9. >> are you on cloud nine? >> to make it, you need white tank top, sparkle shoes. >> we've got two more great costumes. great ideas. as we continue to roll on live from new york city. all right, kids? wave good-bye. we'll be back in two minutes. >> trick or treat it's a growing trend in business:
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>> well done. >> great ideas in parents magazine. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> we'll continue the conversation in the after the show show. kids, big wave good-bye. >> happy halloween! what you saw, an error screen that reads, please try again later. too many folks have seen that. welcome as we start a new week here on "america's newsroom," i'm bill hemmer. good morning at home. martha: good morning everybody, i'm martha maccallum. the issues as we said continue today as the obama administration is scrambling to get this whole thing fixed. but top republicans say they think this may just be the beginning into the website was supposed to be the easy part of this. so i see actually this is just the tip of the


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