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good morning to you. it is sunday, july 13th. i'm ainsley earhardt. here's what's happening at our nation's borders. >> while we are over here trying to get family, we've got everything dangerous coming through on the right. >> a view from the border that you have never seen before. and a message to you about the president from actor jon voight. >> let us not forget the way many were left to die in our veteran hospitals. let us not forget the i.r.s.
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scandal. does he think the american people are stupid? and it goes on. voight's epic takedown of the obama administration. we have the whole thing. stay tuned. and how is this for a lesson in paying attention? caught on camera -- the moment that a woman with her head buried in her phone face plants into a pool. there's a lesson in that for all of us. "fox and friends" begins right now. >> well, that was not from america? >> that's encouraging. good morning to you. nice to see you, ainsley. >> good morning. good to be here. >> one in three american couples
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have financial infidelity. lying to their spouse about the amount of money they spend. i didn't buy shoes. >> one in three? >> one in three. >> do you think that's accurate? >> i think it is very accurate. >> one out of three couples out of everyone else. >> send us your e-mails. have you experienced marital lying about money? e-mail us to friends@foxnews.com. >> what's the name of the online shoe store? >> zappos? >> zappos! speaking of problems, we have a firsthand look at what is happening on our southern border. while you were sleeping at night, we have taped exactly how illegal immigrants are crossing our border. this comes from the documentary film made by david michael. this is footage he put together.
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take a look at this. >> they are trying to apprehend the families that are coming across. move over to the right, you can see this car completely empty, but today at 4:00 it was filled with border patrol. where they have gone, i have no idea. completely empty. and this is what scars me to death. over there you have mexico. and that's the rio. and you can see the lights on the cars. those are all scouts and they have little boats that are coming across and wave runners and keep going back and forth. and the wave runner is bringing over drugs and is bringing over people. so while we are over here trying to get families, we've got everything dangerous coming through on the right. >> and it looks wide open. a lot of americans are wondering, how does the southern border become such an easy place to come through in the first place? we heard yesterday the station is 45 mile ace way from where
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they are going their work. hector garza was down there talking ab exactly what happened and why things are so wide open. take a look. >> 45% of the border agents have been reassigned for administrative duties including the processing, transporting aliens and this is the poorest border in the country. the reasons the agents are being or crossing the river is because the coartels are going to try u the border patrol agents and at the same time they can cross the dangerous criminals and things that don't want to get apprehended. >> if it was not helpful to the democratic party, the massive immigration we have had for years now, do you think the obama administration would put up with this and not shut down
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this border? this has saved the israelis a lot of death from putting up the wall, but to put up a wall is totally unacceptable. and again, these are voters. >> actor jon voight was on the huckabee show and made predictions about obama and how to handle this country. he brought some thoughts along last night. let's listen. >> let us not forget the veterans left to die in the american hospitals. let us not forget the i.r.s. scandal. does he think that the american people are stupid? and his newest and latest destructi destruction, which you have just seen on this show, encouraging and allowing millions of poor illegal children from central america who will be a great
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burden monetarily for our country, and they are already spreading tuberculosis, scabies and chicken pox and putting our own children at risk of getting these diseases. and the great benefit is not to benefit the american children but to benefit the 2016 democrats in the election. >> you have democrats saying the reason we can't control the borders is because the agents are busy processing, feeding, transporting the illegal immigrants. and we also heard from congressman jim briansteen who finally got to see what one of the facilities looks like. he said all his concerns were validated and saw lots of diseases and even a chart, a board put up with all the diseases listed and the number of children or illegals that has or had these diseases.
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many of the kids were abused or trafficked. professionals are working hard to get the diseases under control and the people working inside, the americans and health care workers are doing a great job. but we'll hear from him. >> somehow this good for america? if everyone decision was valued on the basis of that one question, we would be in much better shape. is this good for the country? there's no way this is better for the country. >> many democrats think it will change the voter base in texas, a, and more people will go to the catholic church. many people believe the catholic church is encouraging enough because they want to help the needy but want more individuals going to church. and most of the folks in south america are catholic. here's what's happening in the news this morning. now to other stories making our headlines. we'll start with this news alert. overnight israeli troops were involved in taking out a special launch site.
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four special agents were hurt after the raid from the militant group hamas claimed responsibility for firing ten rockets in tel aviv. they are also calling for a cease-fire from the u.n. security council. and a heroic girl whose family was massacred by her uncle in houston is out of the hospital. cassidy stay made her appearance at the memorial service for her family. >> i am feeling better and am on a straight road to recovery. i know that my mom, emmett, beckett and zach are in a much better place and i will see them one day. >> if it weren't for her, the whole extended family could be killed. cassidy survived the ordeal by playing dead after the bullet
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grazed her head and called 911. her uncle ronald is charged with capital murder. lightning strikes again at a colorado park killing another person. a group of tourists hiking at rocky mountain national park stopped at the overlook point when the storm was moving in. lightning struck killing one man and hurting 12 others. friday a woman was killed after getting hit by lightning and seven others were injured in that same lightning strike. unbelievable. and did you get to see last night's super moon? it was the first of three this year. check out these shots from around the world. this picture was taken in romania, which next to a lighthouse there, and then in kansas city with the american flag flying. that's beautiful as the super moon is in the night sky. and the super moon was caught on camera during a baseball gauge at dodger stadium in los angeles. huge! that super moon looks super. it happens when the full moon is
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closer than average to the earth. the next one is august 10th and then september 9th. it's really cool. my mother-in-law saw it yesterday and said, did you see the fuel moon, it was so beautiful? i said -- yes, i knew because i worked yesterday morning. all of that fed to our children, we now have a list of the top five lies that parents tell their kids. listen carefully and ask yourself, am i guilty of saying any of this to my kids. >> before you say it, kids, you have to leave the room. we can't let you know what we are lying about. >> they are not awake yet, hopefully. i did this first one yesterday. we were at a water park playground and my son didn't want to leave. it was dinnertime and i said, i'm leaving without you. he stopped for a second and did this one thing like, wait a minute, if i stay here, they are not going to be here. should i go?
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should i stay? maybe i'll go. and then he decided to come with us. >> did you do the one, two, three thing. i'm going to give you until three to come over here. >> i hate it because we did a story a year ago on the show how that is bad for kids, but yeah. >> i'm leaving without you. you might increase the abandonment issues. >> let me read the next one. tell me if you have done this with your kids. it says if you drink your milk, you will grow big and tall. >> milk is disgusting. do you know where it comes from? i'm not into it at all. >> your kids don't like milk? >> i don't drink milk. it's nasty. i do this a lot too if someone has to go to the bathroom in the car. i say, we're almost there! it won't hurt, i promise. >> i'm not lying to you, this is
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really going to hurt. >> tucker doesn't believe in aloe parenting. rip the band-aid right off. i always know when you're lying. i told my son super man has certain super powers and that's my great super powers. i always know when you're lying. >> i don't think that's true, it's a lie. my journalist is to tell when people are lying. i know when you are lying with the mommy and daddy. >> send out your e-mails on this topic. terrible. send out your e-mails on this topic to let us know what you lie to your kids about. but keep it clean. >> keep it clean! that's true. ? it is crumbling under war and violence so white our our soldiers getting a pink slip. we'll talk to the army specialist soon. you may not what lol means
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well, the defense department sent pink slips to more than 1,000 troops. some officers receiving word while still deployed in afghanistan. one retired army captain said the cutdown is going to cost us. >> for the last 14 years, the conflict in afghanistan and iraq have been fought at the junior officer level. those guys have the knowledge base of counter insurry ji generalcy operations and special tactics, failing to let them pass on lessons to upcoming lieutenants within the pipeline is just minds boggling. >> but it is just the beginning, budget cuts are predicted to shrink the army to the second
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smallest size before war. how will this affect military families? joining us is rita hick, and we are grateful to have her on. rita, thank you for coming on. >> good morning, thank you for having me. >> tell us your response to the fact that the defense department is issuing pink slips to soldiers in a combat zone. >> honestly it was a gut-check. because you have a situation where we are over a decade into war and many of the soldiers have been deployed multiple times and are in a combat zone now. and what they should be is laser focused on their mission, but instead that he are given this bombshell news. so instead of worrying on the mission, they have to worry about what is happening to their family when they get home. >> i can't imagine the stress for those at home. the military spouses and children not only worried about what their husband is doing but what they are going to do next
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as a family. >> that's absolutely right. honestly, that's a huge point of stress because many military families are single-income families. when you decide to make the military your life, that whole family sacrifice is often military spouses are not able to main taint their own career because every two to three years they follow their service member to a different place. many of them are teachers, nurses or attorneys and every time they move they have to go through the process again. they don't look attractive to employers so maintaining a career while following your service member in this country is nearly impossible. now you have the military families with a military life and there's a huge blow being told there's no place for you. but now they are scrambling trying to figure out how to care for their family. >> does the army help at all? >> yes, the army does help and
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there are private resource that is help military families find jobs. and there are resources for those who want to try to hire military spouses through the u.s. chamber of commerce, in your career, there are a lot of resources to help but that doesn't change the process of figuring out what to do next. now you have a service member scrambling to find a new career when they thought the military was going to be their life. and the military spouse also currently is trying to find a career so their family is okay. >> to learn that while at an outpost in afghanistan strikes me as flat-out insulting. >> it absolutely is. it's a huge flow and a betray. when you've been serving our country for so long. many of the years are being let go, multiple deployments, that's a lot of sacrifice and then being told there's no place for
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you. let's point out, it's not because we need the drastic, immediate cuts. even democrats are saying this is because of sequestration. nobody thinks it's a good idea to let people go this dramatically and quickly and should be fine-tuning but instead it's a sledgehammer policy. >> reda, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. what happened that needed a police rescue here for the cake boss? we'll tell you. and your spouse may have been unfair to you financially. many people lie to their spouse about money. are you one of them? we have the tips to solve your problems, coming up.
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. caught on camera, people rushing for the exit at a bike show in atlanta. some say they heard gunfire but police say that's not true. ten of them suffered minor injuries during the stampede. and more than a month after being involved in a horrific car crash in the new jersey turnpike, tracey morgan south of physical rehab and headed home. a spokesman said he'll continue to recover with aggressive outpatient treatment. the comedian suffered a broken leg and broken ribs when a truck from walmart careened into the limousine van he was in. one person was killed in the accident. thank you, tucker. here's a revelation, your spouse might have been unfaithful to you. financially.
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>> according to a new study, one in three people admit to lying to their significant other about money. 47% say it caused an argument. 33% say it results in less trust in their relationship. and 10% said it resulted in divorce. so how do you make sure you won't be one of those couples? the finance contributor for thestreet.com is here, nice to see you, lauren. >> you too, clayton. >> we hear this is one of the number one causes for divorce in this country. >> absolutely. money is a stressful topic whether you are single or married. but take two people and combining finances, of course conflict will arise. >> let me start there. should we combine finances? >> it's a good question. it will be different for other couples. some people it works well to share everything. and some people like to have a joint account. >> a lot of to people get married older. so you make your money, and then you might have some of our money, but frankly sometimes i
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think it's none of your business how i spend my money because i work hard for my money. >> as long as the joint bills are getting paid, i have no problem with people keeping secrets on how they spend their money. >> lying about the money, tip one you say, schedule some time to talk about it. i think that's great. >> it's important to put a meeting on the calendar weekly or monthly with your spouse. don't have the spontaneous agreements that coming up about money. money is rarely an emergency. if you have a conflict that comes up, wait for the meeting because then you are 100% going to deal with it and resolve things. >> and start with the easier stuff. >> if you have disagreement that is have come up, start with something fun and easier. talk about retirement dreams or the next vacation. talk about something fun with financials before you get to the hard stuff. >> a goal as to why you are saving your money or whatever.
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>> talk about the current lifestyle choices or adjusting those. what does that mean? >> if there are problems, you are going to have to change something. >> like not buying shoes, ainsley! or not going out to dipper, if you spend $400 on dinner -- cooking at home, whatever it is. >> it will be hard to make the changes. give each other space to make mistakes or time for that conversation to resolve. >> if you go to the movies five times a month, go just once. and don't be afraid to consult a third party. are you available to be hired out? >> no, i'm not taking on new clients but certified financial planners can help so much when it comes to a couple having trouble in their marriage with money. don't be afraid to ask for help. >> why, lauren, do people do this and lie to their spouses? >> i think it just comes down to our money.
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money is emotional. we were raised in different families and it is hard to talk about it. if you talk about money with your spouse, you can talk about anything. this is an important thing to work on. >> great to see you here this morning. check out the financial information at thestreet.com. it wiped out millions of people in the middle ages and appears to be making a comeback. a man diagnosed with the plague, can you believe that? what you need to know this morning. and how is this for being caught on camera. a woman buried in her cell phone face plants into a pool. hey, i hope that text was important. the video that you have to see, next.
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shot of the morning, folks. "fox and friends" staffers are taking on the obstacle course. >> it was designed by navy s.e.a.l.s to test strength and determination. you saw the rope climb and the water can carry. >> and the paintball stegment stays put there as well. john won it all including the "fox and friends" trophy. >> they did it in flannel shirts and shorts. >> you go ahead, no you go ahead. >> are the staffers really that nice to each other?
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>> they really are. we have a lot of great folks working on the show. some fit into this age group, the 18-29 age group. and a new poll out this morning shows just what these millenials believe about their federal government. and it's kind of shocking. we put this poll up on the screen and it's exactly what most of us would believe, right? that the government is pretty darn wasteful and insufficient. well, millenials think, 66% of them, believe it is inefficient and totally wasteful. that's a big increase. >> it's a big increase because obama wouldn't be president if it weren't for millenials. it is sad how some of the -- these are people who expected the president to walk across the reflecting pool. >> well, they were -- 32%,
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that's the more shocking part of this. 32% of them don't think government is wasteful and inefficient. >> maybe they just don't trust the government anymore. >> or they are in colorado. joni blasted the president just before being deployed by the iowa national guard. take a listen to this. >> the problem in america today is that washington is full of liberals who think government is the solution to every problem. they think that nothing can be solved unless washington is involved. so they grow our government every year making it more and more more intrusiment tells us what light bulbs to use and in some places how much soda we can drink. >> i like the light bulb comment. >> actually, bush signed the light bulb bill.
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>> but it is government. >> i think the democrats are much worse on this than the republicans, but all of a sudden they can tell you what to do. >> i was going to say neither party has reduced the size of government in over 6 years. at a certain point, we'll have mandatory flossing. let me read you the headlines this morning. a man in colorado has been diagnosed with a bubonic plague. officials say he contracted it after his dog died from the same disease. according to the cdc, the bacteria is most commonly found in the western united states. no word yet on the man's condition now. there have been nine fatal cases
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of the plague in colorado since 1957. and buddy valastro stopped by "fox and friends" last week but when it comes to boating he needs help. buddy and his family were sailing in new jersey when a dense fog rolled in making it inpossible for him to see. using the fdny they were able to locate the 36-foot boat just as it drifted into a dangerous canal. next time we go out, i need to check the forecast. -mywifewantstokillme. and if you're going to walk and text at the same time, pay attention to that. closed dir cut tv caused a y
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ukraine woman fall into a pool while texting. remember, look up and watch where you're going if you're texting. well, let's be honest, we all know there's special text. we know what lol and jk are, but according to a website the top 60 are here. they include irl, which means in real life, ncm, or man crash mond monday. fbo means facebook official. or ttyn means talk to you never.
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that might make you fyh. >> talk to them never, why would you say that to someone. >> aunt sally died, lol and lavend lavender. >> that's not good to text that. >> i have never heard ttyn. i use ttyl all the time, though. >> what does that mean? >> talk to you later. i'm trying to use -- you also used lmao, what does that mean? >> it's a singing group, that's what it means. >> everything you can shorten in a text is all i do, basically.
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as you are waking up, a few problems going on. enjoy today across the east coast with heavy rain moving in. today the rain is moving across parts of michigan, lower michigan that is, and then stretching across northern indiana into illinois over towards parts of missouri and southern nebraska. front is on the way to bring us severe weather. out across the four corners. this is great news, the best time of the year across the southwest with the rain coming in to get pretty good stuff coming. here's the severe weather threat today as we most lie talk about the wind threat. then that moves tomorrow off to the south and east. including the big cities, monday and tuesday, some areas getting three to five inches of rain.
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take a look at the cold green temperatures. 61 in marquette. 76 in kansas city. by wednesday we're talking about highs in the 70s across parts of oklahoma. so a nice break from summer right smack dab in the middle of it. guys? it feels like fall out here today. thank you, rick. the federal government now leaning on churches to help with the explosion of illegal immigrants crossing the border. and some brand new royal baby rumors this morning. could kate middleton be pregnant again? [ male announcer ] hands were made for playing. legs, for crossing. feet...splashing. better things than the joint pain and swelling of moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. if you're trying to ma, now may be time to ask about xeljanz.
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we have a serious hairball issue. we clean it up, turn around, and there it is again. it's scary. little bit in my eye. [ michelle ] underneath the kitchen table, underneath my work desk, we've got enough to knit a sweater. [ doorbell rings ] zach, what is that? the swiffer sweeper. the swiffer dusters. it's some sort of magic cloth that sucks in all the dog hair. it's quick and easy. pretty amazing that it picked it all up. i would totally take on another dog. [ kevin ] really? ♪ welcome back. some quick headlines for you, could be another royal baby on the way. friends of prince william and duchess kate say the couple have
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been trying for a second baby. some say she's already pregnant. plus, pippa middleton is spilling the beans and saying her sister is expecting. and everything pippa says has been true. and new details on the deal lebron james signed to get back to his hometown of cleveland, ohio. james will reportedly make $42.1 million for two seasons of play with the option to become a free agent after just one year. >> that's it? $42 million? in order to avoid future clashes like this in murretta, california, the obama administration is turning to the catholic church for help. >> california churches are providing food, medical and spiritual care for up to 140 people arriving every three days. >> the church views this as a humanitarian crisis, but some
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parishioners fear the spread of diseases. so what is the role of churches? father jonathan is here with us. >> an important principle is that we should not turn churches into the ordinary regular safehaven from the law. and in the past that has been done, making churches into a refuge from the role of law. that's not healthy for religion or our country, but when there is a time of absolute emergency. when there are minors here abused and people with no homes and those being trafficked, then of course anybody with a heart has to step in and say, we're going to protect them. >> for many years organizations that like that -- then putting
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it on to the taxpayers. >> i'm not encouraging immigration, but -- >> encouraging immigration, you see it in maine and wisconsin, churches are helping to resettle refugees from other countries. >> it's the help settle. this needs to be encouraging the legal amry face. >> the church needs to bring responsible for those they bring here. >> it is unfair to force taxpayers -- i don't know of churches encouraging those to come. i think a great principle is that on the one hand, there's a natural human right now to immigrate what leait means in t country. the natural right to leave the country and search for a better life, but there's also responsibility of every sovereign state to control
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immigration. so the role is in soccer state. if these catholic churches are helping the federal government take control of the crisis, we can't get into the situation where we say, you can keep letting this unsecure border and this situation is something you don't want to continue. >> many of the countries have been a safehaven for hundreds and hundreds of years. people in the communities would seek refuge throughout south america. why aren't they doing that snow. >> they can't provide -- you can get across the border. it's a broken system. and it's a hypocrite situation.
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you have to live in these showers in an unmanufactured jail. how do we handle taking care of god's children. we take care of those in need. we continue to allow the crisis to continue? no, but when somebody is right in front of us who is really suffering, who children, minors who have been abused. you don't throw them across the border. you have to help the one in crisis right now. >> maybe if they are sent home, we can get in touch with churches to make sure they are
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being taken care of. >> i love to argue with tucker. >> i am just asking questions. the most transparent in the history, ever? >> transparency will be the touchdown of this presidency. this is the most transparent administration in history. zblechb journalism groups are slamming the and a restaurant worker finds god. jonathan, listen to this. inside an eggplant. >> i'm not so sure about it. >> he's going to be back to talk about this live with us. so stick around for that.
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well, it is impressive at an italian restaurant. in the eggplant you see the word god. joining us the cook who made the divine discovery is jamarcus, good to see you this morning. >> good morning, how are you doing? >> i'm doing great. i want to hear the story, how did this happen? >> it was a normal day slicing eggplant. after i cut into it, the word
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was obvious in the eggplant. >> what was your reaction? >> my first reaction was a blank state of mind. i had to show someone else because i didn't believe what i was looking at. >> and those seeds are perfectly placed. you didn't move any of the seeds around? that's what it looked like when you cut into it. >> i 100% didn't touch it. that's exactly how it came out. 100%. >> you knew going forward you were going to have skeptics and those who don't believe you, so why are you coming forward with this? >> i actually didn't think it was going to be this bad. people would think it was fake or anything. but after looking at it and looking hard at myself like, this has to be sure because i didn't do anything for it to come out like that. >> jemarcus, why do you think this happened to you? what is god trying to teach you, why you? >> probably because i pray and ask for a lot of direction. and also i guess because he knew
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that i was actually going to second this out to the world to share it, but that doesn't make the reason why he chose me. but that's how i feel. >> so you say your faith has gotten you through your life? >> yes, ma'am. >> tell me more about that. >> well, i have been through many things. i have been evicted from my home and there have been times when i didn't have a vehicle and had to walk to work. i went to culinary school, throughout life i was raised by my grandma and granddad. so since they died things have been really hard and i have four kids also, so it's been real tough trying to keep bills paid and clothes on the kids' back and so forth. >> wow. so how does this help you going forward? >> actually, it helps a lot. way more than anything because now i see that this really is the only thing i can depend on and man i cannot trust.
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>> do you see this as a sign? >> yes, ma'am. >> so what happens next? what do you think this means for your future? >> spreading his word. >> we appreciate you doing that. especially on a sunday morning. many people are watching fox and getting up and going to church. and this is such a really nice story. thank you so much. god bless you, jemarcus. >> thank you. >> and your beautiful family and four children. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. president obama wants to spend a whole lot of your tax dollars to deal with the immigration crisis. but will it really fix anything? a border state lawmaker says absolutely not. we'll tell you why. and can "planet of the apes" be one of the top movies of the year? kevin mccarthy will break it down for you, next.
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viagra. talk to you doctor. good morning to you. it is sunday, july 13th. i'm ainsley earhardt. illegal immigrants may seem like a distant problem for those who don't live in the border states but you're wrong. the immigration crisis could soon be affecting you and your family and we'll tell you how. and it promises to be the most transparent administration ever. >> transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency. >> but now even reporters, some of them have carried his water from the beginning, but now they are slamming president obama for failing to live up to that promise. one of the photo journalists is joining us, straight ahead. and hail no.
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>> hail no! >> caught on camera, the moment a hailstorm pummels beach goers. they had that one in reading, pennsylvania. all the cars dented with hail and now they kent sell them. "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. welcome to "fox and friends" this sunday morning at 7:01 on the east coast. much earlier on the west coast. we are glad to see you. >> good morning. thank you for waking up with us. national french friday. >> that's right. >> we celebrate this every year. >> every year. >> a big blowout with french fries. >> that's one of the most fun battles with grease that we'll have coming up, but first we are hearing about the battle in texas in marietta, texas, where
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folks are funneling in. this is hitting other states right now as the wall street journal report that is governors as far away as nebraska and other states across the country are reporting 200 illegal children were sent to their state this week without any federal warning at all. even over in delaware. >> delaware was asked if they had big facilities in the state to house some of the people crossing the border. and maybe taking a page from this doctor who was calling up facilities all over the state to make sure that these illnesses with respect spreading. >> california was a reliably
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republican state. it is wildly democratic thanks to immigration, but not just california. that's obvious. iowa, north carolina, north carolina voted for obama in 2008. why? because it's different people that live there. that's not immigration. i'm not attacking that but just saying there's a political calculation that when you change the population of texas could turn from a red to blue state as a result of immigration there. a person who knows the figure would is louis gomer from texas. why not giving your money to help with this problem? >> the truth is no child comes
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and unaccompanied. why? because the president says if you come you get to stay. so we are luring children here i'll look at the $3.7 billion the president says he needs to have. i'll have the problem here on our border. it is outrageous. >> on the other side, democrats say this is what we need right now. we need this money to get out because advertising, parts of the billboards are high i --
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>> no one knows what this is going to cost. >> a lot of it is for social immigration. you can't have immigration in a welfare state. why? because you turn your country upside down. you are encouraging people to get free stuff. this is the problem, crystallized right here with will give you house lawyers -- >> such an important issue here domestically, but there's also a lot going on internationally. so we'll give you that fox news alert. while you were sleeping israeli troops entering gaza could take out missile launch sites. hamas not slowing down. the militant group still firing
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the rockets toward israel this morning. let's go to david lee miller with more. >> reporter: army forces have entered ghana. a commando unit went down through the long range missile attacks overnight. among the targets, the home of the hamas police chief. at least 21 people were killed. many of the injured were reportedly leaving a nearby mosque. israel says the death toll so
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far now stands at 167, including many civilians, many of whom are children. israel, meanwhile, has been trying to evacuate. they are soon going to describe as what they call a brief military operation and just a short time ago, guys, he is a number of air strikes taking place but not the barrage of air price that is are there. >> thank you, david. now to your headlines this morning, lightning strikes again at the colorado park killing another person. a group of tourists hiking at the rocky mountain national park stopped at an overlook part when the storm moved in.
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lightning strikes from over the weekend, a woman was killed after she was there in the park. and cassidy stay is remembering her parents and four siblings. >> i know that my mom, dad, bryant, emily, beckett and zach are in a much better place and i'll be able to see them again one day. >> wow. cassidy's grandfather says if it weren't for her, the whole extended family may have been killed. 20 people total. cassidy survived the ordeal by playing dead after a bullet grazed her head and called 911. her uncle died.
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he is charged with capital murder. a boston murder mar thop marathon victim lost both of her legs when hit by shrapnel. she ended up getting a service dog named koda. when she took koda to the t.j. maxx store, the owner said the dog had to be put in the cart. she was upset and embarrassed and t.j. maxx has since apologized. and a crowded beach in
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russia receives hail. you don't expect that at the beach, do you? a fierce hailstorm taking beach goers by surprise helping down the people. the people did find shelter under a shelter house there. and one man tried to use a newspaper, that's not a good idea. rick reichmuth is standing by now, remember in pennsylvania a month ago they had the huge hailstorm and they were like this big destroying all the car dealership there is? >> it's the season, guys. it's the season for hail. it happens all over the place and a lot in the midwest with the gigantic hail. we'll see more of it today. unfortunately, i started late
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and don't remember that time in pennsylvania, but it is the time for that to happen. hey, guys, i have a family here, welcome. you guys came h because you won in at a silent auction. and you want to be an anchor. >> i do. >> well, you are off to a good start. ainsley, she says you're her favorite. >> she's my favorite, too. she's been in the studio with us and maybe i'll practice with her later. >> if you want to know a look at the weather, get ready for really cool air. if this was september or late august, you would be bummed with it coming in so early. today across the northeast, get ready for severe weather moving in. a lot of the rain is with us for
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monday and tuesday. along the big cities today, a little bit of severe weather as well. back to you device inside. thank you, rick. he promises administration would be the most transparent in american history. but now journalism is slamming president obama. one of the journalists leading the charge is coming up. and when is the worst possible time to drink coffee? what about working out? like tucker does at 2:00 a.m. the science is in and the answer is not as obvious as you might think. we'll break it down, next.
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the president says he's transparent. >> i have a track record of transparency. we'll do it in a transparent way. i want transparency and accountable. so that the american people can be involved in their own government. let me say this as simply as i can, transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency. >> if only 38 different journalists thought differently about this. subsequent executive here with
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us this morning, david, thank you for being with us. can you talk about the president being transparent the last six years? >> we have seen a lot of message management. information control. reporters being required to go through public information officers instead of talking to government employees. being required to take them on tours of the facilities, these kind of practices are growing and infused throughout the bureaucracies and it is getting worse. >> you are seeing at the freedom for education act which gives all citizens the chance to be
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transparent? >> well, i was skeptical. it's a trend and beyond the presidency. since it is not about journalists versus government, this is the people of america getting information they need to self-govern. and we have kind of seen this happen behind the scenes, the information war that goes on every day, and we finally felt like we were okay. >> you can't get any information about how many personal servants they have because that's
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classified. is that part of the excuse, do you think? >> absolutely. it is used all the time. now, the government should be able to keep secrets but for our safety there are standards that need to be kept. but they are useing inappropriae ways to use our taxes. and we have to have the information to know that. >> a lot of people hold the obama administration responsible. do you think the report show that is many are frustrated by him by and large. that's a reason all the groups came together to support the
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this /* shift. they have seen the shift over the decades and it is getting in the way of people getting information. >> david, thank you for the interests information. thank you for coming on this morning. the first photo of tracy morgan hit the newspapers. we'll show you more. and kevin mccarthy breaks down the top five films you have to see this summer. stay tuned.
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welcome back. time for news by the number. 4.9 million is how much frank sinatra's penthouse is selling for. the four bedroom, six bathroom pad sponsored many a-party back in the day. and $18 is how much a ridiculous hidden travel fee is. those in venezuela have to pay just to breathe fresh air. the breathing tax helps pay for the purification air system. and 72 minutes is how long the longest trailer for a movie ever is. the movie is 30 days long and only be shown once in 2020. that's odd. after that one screaming, the film will be destroyed. let's see if kevin mccarthy will sit through a 30-day film.
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nice to see you this morning, man. >> good morning, ainsley, clayton and tucker. how are you doing today? >> great. we are excited to talk about the best films of 2014 so far. the ones you have love sod far and you have seen even movie there is. but you are the greatest movie reviewer in the united states. >> tucker, i want you to be my hype man. can you follow me around everywhere i go? >> and i believe that, actually. so let's go in reverse. >> i'm going to do five to two. the first movie i have not revealed. number five, "the lego movie" that was such a surprise. i think everybody walked in not expecting anything. it had an emotional pull to it with the animation gorgeous. it was amazing. everything is awesome is still
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the best original song i have heard in theater this is year. coming in at number four, "planet of the apes" opening this weekend on track to make $70 million at the box office. andy circus is one of the best actors of all time and it's a summer blockbuster really floor ed. coming in at number three, i have to go with "captain america: the winter soldier." this movie is the best marvel to date better than the "avengers" and the best "royal."
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and number three is "the grand budapest hotel." this movie is phenomenal and shot in and directed -- have you seen bob? >> we can't wait to hear what is number one. >> this movie absolutely blew my mind. my first five out of five this year and opened up in five theaters across the nation.
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and it's about a young boy who grows up. everybody in the film is phenomen phenomenal. imagine watching the same actor for 12 years. it is an emotional depth where you care for the characters and is unlike anything you have seen in your entire life. i want to see it again so bad. this film deserves to be in every theater of the country. take out "transformers" and nut boy d boy. as a parent i can't imagine watching this. >> most of us just watch the trailer. >> as you guys are parents, imagine watching your child grow up over 12 years on camera.
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it's the most mind-blowing film i have seen. >> kevin mccarthy, the only downside is you sign ed they cannot operate someone more than seven years. >> enjoy the rest of your weekend. thank you, kevin. coming up, buddy finding himself in a serious situation. what happened and how to get police to help out. we have the science. we'll change your life, so stay tuned. ♪
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♪ ♪ at last my love has come along ♪ >> can you feel the love in the air or do i feel something else? i don't know. but the list of the most popular wedding songs of all time have been revealed. can you imagine where this sits on the list? >> number one. >> i think it is a great song, but hey, we are getting to the wedding and oh, we forgot our wedding song. >> no, girls think about this for years.
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one of my roommates says when i get married this is going to be my song. even when she met her husband, jack. and that was her song. very cool. i loved you enough, jason mraz. ♪ because i won't give up >> number three on the list, ray montagne. "you are the best thing." good song. >> and another one, john legend with "all of me." >> and a hawaiian singer, jack johnson. "better together."
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>> we did two songs combined in one because we loved two of them. starting in the wedding songs, i asked my wife what her favorite wedding song was and she didn't know you picked one. >> i love that your wife doesn't know, either. >> the soviet union still existed when we got married. that was so long ago. >> we couldn't find the tapes!
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>> that's always a neat topic. we have french fries coming up in a moment. so you do the headlines. a young girl dice from a brain eating amoeba. she had been scanned four times over the past few weeks but doctors believe there is a reason. god picked us for a reason. >> only two have survived the brain-eating amoebas. the cover of the new york post shows tracy morgan being
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wheeled out to a waiting car and then a spokes person for month more michigan says that walmart could be negligent. and buddy valastro was rescued on his 36-foot stranded boat drifting into a dangerous shipping canal. buddy later tweeted, next time we go out at night, need to check the forecast. #mywifewantstokillme. glad they made it out okay. and trying to schedule your day? here are the worst times to do certain things. 7:00 a.m., don't have an
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argument. experts say it will put you in a bad mood for the rest of the day. 11:00 a.m., the worst time to go to the doctor spent catching up. and 1:00 p.m., don't learn something new because you are more sleepy after lunch. and caffeine, not after 6:00 p.m. it will make it harder to go to bedtime. >> those are all true. >> don't kick off your day with an argument, right, rick? >> whatever, man. >> pick up after yourself, okay, man? >> i'm not going to fight with you any more, clayton. >> listen, it is always about you. >> exactly, exactly, and you have a problem with that? take a look at the weather maps this morning. some big changes coming this week. take a look at the cooldowns
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it is not clear where this was. and mickey mouse is 5'2", 110 pounds according to his driver's license. police in washington state found this i.d. along with hundreds of other fake driver's licenses, credit cards and forged checks. four people have now been taken into custody. clayto clayton? thank you, tucker. the internet is an outlet for expressing outrage. from a facebook page to an obvious death threat beginning over a texas cheerleader hunting a game to a progressive liberal website comparing a parent to a terrorist. why are people taking to the internet? maybe. >> nice to see you both this morning. we saw a couple stories this past week. the cheerleader posing with pictures of herself with big game she hunted over in africa.
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well, people took to facebook and twitter and just showed an absolute -- she was in wage. why do people durnt on the internet? >> in terms of anonymous comment this case will say anything, but when it is not anon mouse and there's outrage in people just wants wanting to jump on the mentality of helping people out. >> this goes back to the '60s and '70s when we had neighborhood and community activism. there was a great boycott that caesar chavez became famous for
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and everyone was saying in your worldwide neighborhood are the issues you think important and you want your voice to be heard. >> we see him kill dal's -- no, we are not going to kill them but share some outrage. >> it is interesting people say these things online that they would never say in person to each other. that's what is fascinating about all this. what happened to the etiquette behind all this? even the things you share are definitely connected online. >> but i think that's part of it. what you put in life. when a young girl knows perfectly well internet safety at this point and are make it available to the entire
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population. they have to know there are going to be some people who report them and reject their ideas. maybe they do it for popularity or to get some fame in and knowledge. >> if they are, at what point does it become too much? when you say you want to kill someone or offering photos two year years -- are we saying, people love spielberg's movies but they are going to stop watching because he killed this dinosaur? i'm disappointed in you and not watching your animals again, animal killing, "jurassic park"
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is dangerous. >> you always have big, awesome feelings to animals. the outrage, people need a safe way to get the anger out because you are not going to hurt somebody. so maybe it is better than physically hurting somebody. >> perhaps, but then we see stories of bullying and suicide. people are driven to the theories online. we would like too thank you for coming on the show. coming up, the lawyer jailed in mexico over a wrong turn.
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good morning. our next guests were only toddlers when their family broke up breaking all contact between siblings. it wasn't until 2008 they finally reconnected via social media although several attempts to meet in person failed. until now. watch as the brothers both in the army finally reunited at
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soldier reunion 37 years after they were torn apart. joining us now army sergeant louis sierra and army command sergeant major roy sierra. thank you for being with us. >> good morning. >> you were separated at age 3 and 4. you saw each other 37 years ago just a few days ago on july 1st. how did all this unfold? >> i found out that he was coming home. i didn't discuss it with him. he came to fort carson too but deployed to kuwait. and i waited to finally meet him. >> both at fort carson. when he comes home you both meet, what was the first meeting like, the first hug? >> it felt like i already knew him. we have been in touch with social media for a few years
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since '08 and '09. we were deployed together in iraq but still separate doing the social media stuff. we have another brother who is in the navy who got us together during that timeframe. when we met for the first time, it was -- >> it was nerve-racking. it's funny, the hug kind of made that closure and stuff -- but it is pretty easy when you have another brother in the army. so it was -- -- as far as who is this guy, that was all out the window. being in this great army and just knowing that he stands for the same thing that i stand for, i don't have to worry about trusting him. i know that there's trust there. we have the same army values.
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a man in uniform, we believe in the same things with the same values and standards. working for the same professional, so it was pretty easy as far as trust. there was no trust issue here. >> how did you guys get separated at age 3 and 4? >> bad parents. >> i guess it was just -- i'm the old nest the family so i know that, i guess about 37 years ago, and then the front stairs of some apartment, i remember getting into an argume argument, and walking out with louis. >> gentlemen, thank you for serving our country. we are proud of both of you. we wish you the best going forward.
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thank you. young people played a big role in elect iing could they b breaking down some ships? we'll break down the numbers.
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good morning to you. it is sunday, july 13th. i'm ainsley earhardt. >> we were bringing over drugs and people. so while we are over here trying to get families, we've got everything dangerous coming through on the right. >> a view from the border like you have never seen before. and ahead of the midterms, the poll democrats don't want you to see. why millenials, the group that put president obama in office, are finally fed up with the government. and you might know what lol means, but what about sbo?
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we are deciphering the online language. clearly we are out of touch. "fox and friends" hour three starts right now. welcome to "fox and friends" on this beautiful sunday morning here on the east coast. that's tucker carlson, ainsley earhardt and i'm clayton morris. i was at my dad's 80th birthday party a few weeks ago and a lot of "fox and friends" viewers were there. and they complained, you never say who you are. you never introduce yourself. and all the shows on fox say who they are. i thought i was sean hannity with the hair. >> you kind of feel bad because you don't want to toot your horn, but you are in your living room and bedroom in the morning
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so we need to introduce yourselves. >> are we in your bedroom this morning? >> we are glad to be here. prepare yourself. we have pictures of what exactly is happening on the southern border. you followed the story about the unfolding crisis on our mexico/texas border. well, last night on the "huckabee" show. a documentary filmmaker was live on the border with pictures of what exactly it looks like. watch this. >> right now there are border patrol, tons of them, in that preserve trying to apprehend the families that are coming across. move over to the right, you'll see this park. it's completely empty. and this is what scares me to death. over there you have mexico, and that's the rio. you can see the whites on the car, they are owl scoots with dingies that go back and forth. and the wave runner is bringing back and forth drugs and people.
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>> this is all unfolding. it didn't look like many people there were helping to stop the situation at all. if it is so easy to funnel the individuals across the border, well, that's because governor mike huckabee was talking about this on the show. a number of the border agents are miles away from the border trying to do their work. and now we know the border patrol agent had this to say on the show yesterday on fox news channel about how 70% of the border patrol agents are busy with other work. >> approximately 75% of the work entries have been reassigned including transporting aliens and leaving a very poor border in our country. many of them are crossing through the river to get here. and they are going to control
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our border agents with the fact that they need these. >> the judges are handling the 375,000 cases in front of them. >> on average it takes the -- >> the person says income inequality and unemployment bother them. then they say, i care about employment in this country. really? if you did, you would put a stop to this immediately. is it a cheap labor for them. >> you are not looking forward to the congressman trying to get into one of the facilities.
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>> he asked to go to one of the facilities. they said, congress, you can't come in but send us an e-mail and we may get back to you. no, i want to see one of the facilities and he finally did. >> the other branch of government, the legislative branch, have has heard this before. now for other headlines this morning. we'll start with a fox news alert. right now israel is calling for residents along the gaza strip to evacuate after israeli strikes three other parades earlier in the day. the two are ignoring a cease-fire agreement from the u.n. security council. plus a scare in the sky. a flight from israel to new york was forced to dump fuel and make an emergency landing.lta flightm tel aviv airport and turning
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around a few miles away. 375 were on board. and a group of tourists hiking the rookie mountain national park stopped at an overlook point when the storm moved in and lightning struck killing a man and hurt 12g others. friday a woman was killed by getting hit with the lightning and the other one the moon. this was taken in romania next to a lighthouse. kansas city, an american flag flies as the super moon is lighting up the sky. that move the super moon only
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happens when the moon is the closest to earth. it happens a couple times a year. >> i'm not all for that. it's too big. the blue should not look like that. as you were healing last night you shouldn't have to look at that. not to correct you, but this is when the moon is closest to the earth with the full moon out there. >> we didn't know the difference. why did you correct us? don't correct your loved ones in public, rick. >> i know. the writer can agree to change
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that for later. here you go. we have very heavy rain following today across parts of the great lakes, eastern great lakes now. that is a cold front moving through. it will bring some severe weather along with it throughout the afternoon. and then out across the west, we continue to see the very heavy rain showers across the area. here's where we have the severe threat moving farther to the east. high temperatures, very warm across the southern plains. 100 in dallas. but get ready with the cooler air moving in. look at the overnight lows monday morning, 47 degrees in international falls. back to you. thank you. we were talking about music stuff way over the headses of my lep ya millenials who voted for president obama heavily in the last election.
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well, things have shifted to the millenials and we asked them a new poll about how they feel with the federal government with president obama on top of it. look at the numbers, is the government inefficient and wasteful? 66% agree. >> it is. and it's a direct correlation to the most hopeful voters in 2008. their vote was in inexperience. and it meant the reality was not there. take a listen to this. >> the problem in america today is that washington is full of liberals who think government is the solution to every problem. they think that nothing can be
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solved unless washington is involved. and so they grow our government every year making it more intrusive and more involved in our lives. what kind of light bulbs you use and how much soda you can drink is decided by government. >> we'll if you can't choose your toilet, shower head or light bulb, at that point, what country will put up with it. i went to stabilize my shower
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head with the whatever i want. >> come get me, fbi. >> it is crazy. >> the old light bulbs are the best. i stockpiled them. >> you spend the most money when you run them. that makes them the best. we'll talk about the millenials and their lingo because when you look at social media you probably have no idea what they are talking about. the social media is talking about what your kids are tweeting and saying. irl has been around for a while, in real life. of course, the whole concept of real life is utterly distorted by the internet. we are not sure what that is. mcm is mancrush monday. i have no clue what that means and don't need to find out soon,
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but your kids may be talking about that. >> fbo, facebook official. what does that mean? >> i don't know. why would you right that? one of the officials said it's been spoken about in real life. >> and this one is fun, ttyn. >> talk to you never. is that when you are mad or angry? >> i guess so. >> so cutting. that is like dorothy parker of soci social. >> our pruers are saying that's what you say when you break up with your boyfriend. >> the fact that you are breaking up with my text. i don't care. >> send them a letter, get on the phone. coming up on the show, while the u.s. is opening its borders, a u.s. marine remains jailed in mexico at this hour. for simply taking a wrong turn. is it time for the president to step in to bring him home?
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a judge orders a u.s. jail in mexico to remain behind bars after making his first official appeance in court. sergeant andrew tahmooressi's attorney is confident that his case could be released because of his mishandling by the jail.
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>> we have heard news of this case being tainted by several rights violations. the further we go into that topic, the more clear it will become. >> the judge did allow andrew tahmooressi to talk to us after the hearing. she's joining us from miami this morning. thank you for coming on. what did you say when you spoke to your son? >> well, it was at the end of the seven-hour hearing and he was despondent because he honestly thought that after the judge heard his statements that the judge would have released him. >> so the mexican legal system is an ugly joke. no one pretends otherwisewise. what is the administration doing to get your son released from that? >> well, the executive level, we put in that we the people at the whitehouse.gov petition and got
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the signatures required by the white house, but as of this morning we still haven't gotten a response. so they are silent from the executive branch. >> that's unbelievable. now there are reports that your son was in mexico several times in the days prior to his arrest at the border. what was he doing there? >> well, the day of he walked into tijuana, a popular place where the marines tend to visit. so he walked out at 10:30 at night and got into his truck that holds all his possessions because he still didn't have permanent housing, and took the onwrong turn driving his truck into mexico. he didn't mean to do that. >> thankfully because the media came out he was moving to a prison where his life wasn't being argued alike.
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he is under surveillance and being isolated. >> why do you think the white house has not come to his aid and has not spoken out on his behalf? >> well, i can't speak for the white house. andrew and i both honor the position of presidency and know that president obama has a lot of his plate. >> a lot on his plate, this is a u.s. marine being held unfairly in a third world country with an abuse system known to kill people. what is more than that? >> i i have to say that with serious, grave concern. >> i guess it's just like hobby lobby. thank you for speaking with us. >> thank you. how is this for a lesson on
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quick headlines for you. another violent week in the city of chicago. three people killed and 21 others hurt in shootings since friday. most of the shootings are gang-related.
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this comes after a fourth of july weekend when 16 people were killed and 82 others were hurt in shootings. for a city that has t stri strictest rules in america. and buddy valastro was stranded on a boat with his family this weekend when the thick fog rolled in. the fog was just drifting into a dangerous shipping canal. all were saved and safe. buddy later tweeted, next time we go out at night, we need to check the forecast. #mywifewantstokillme. can the bible inspire you to lose weight? dr. manny alvarez searched through the holy book and found proof that the bible can be your very own health manual. he joins us now to explain all of this. good morning, dr. alvarez. >> good morning. >> how are you? >> listen, not only to lose weight but live a healthy life. i get bombarded here at fox with writers and books and talking
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heads, everybody has a new seed that is going to make you look younger. everybody has a new product and recipe. and in the old days, i started thinking about all the products that we have online that we see on television, and if you look at the bible, long time ago somebody called god and wrote very specific ideas on how to live. if you look, for example, i know you want to talk about the specific things that i'll point out, but if you look at daniel, daniel talks about -- one of the things they mention is a vegetarian diet. you know, daniel talks about the king, eating vegetables or water for ten days and i'm going to look better than you. if you read between the lines, here you talk about the vegetables and almost sort of a cleansing diet, if you will. which is very healthy. nowadays in 2014, people are
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selling books for $29.99 to tell you the same thing that was right there all along. the same thing if you look at leviticus full of goodies. there's an aspect to talk about cholesterol in the sense, not cholesterol, but don't eat fatty meats of any sort because it is bad for you. this will tell you how to handle food. don't eat any leftovers. we talk about a whole segment on food safety for the fourth of july to make sure that you cook itted it properly. it's been there all along. and one of the biggest themes in the century is, in matthew, take it easy. don't worry about things. don't worry about your clothing and what you look like.
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this is in the world of plastic surgery and people that are always trying to look like the kardashians at the end of the day. >> do you want to read this one out loud? i love the matthew one about stress. can we put that back on the screen? matthew 6:25. >> therefore i tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink, or about your body, what you will wear, is not life more than food and the body more than clothes? exactly right. and we are obsessed with these reality shows. we have to stop all this nonsense. go back to the basics. and fortunately god gave us a lot of instructions a long time ago and that's why i wrote the article. >> do you talk to patients about this? >> all the time. >> what is their reaction? >> for the most part, people understand where i am coming from. everybody is so near us have about something going wrong all the time. half of the problem is we make
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it in our minds. >> and there's research to prove those in the hospital, the ones who pray and are surrounded by people do the best. >> you have to believe that you will get healed and at the end of the day faith carries a lot of positive energy. >> thank you, dr. manny. we appreciate it. coming up, a pool party coming to a screeching halt after an suv crashes into the pool. the incredible ending that we'll tell you about. and a popular barbecue game everyone loves called hornho cornhole. but did you know you can go pro? we'll talk to the expert, next.
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♪ welcome back to "fox and friends." here's your shot of the morning. put your eggs and bacon down and come to the screen. this photo is dubbed the most disastrous wedding picture taken. tyler faulkner from spokane, washington, jumping on a beach in jamaica, but look closer. his pants splitting right down the middle. and to make things worse, he kicked his bridesmaid in the face. >> we don't know if that's the groom or the groomsman. >> i can't imagine a groom would wear -- >> he's probably drunk. >> this has more than 1 million viewers this morning.
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that's awesome. >> that doesn't seem disastrous to me. >> splitting your pants? >> and kicking a bridesmaid in the head? >> sounds bad. we have a list of the most popular wedding songs. the songs you first dance to once you're married. and the question is, are these songs something you played at your wedding? the most popular song according to our survey is "at last" by etta james. >> that's a good one. i don't mean to disparage everyone, but if you don't have a wedding song and you're on your way to the wedding, and you're like, oh, shoot! i forgot to pick one. "at last" is a good one. by a show of hands, how many of you had "at last." >> i don't believe you. >> the second one is jason mraz "i won't give up." it's pretty popular now. >> "you are the best thing" by
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ray montagne. >> i like that song. it's got the '60s soul. >> and the fourth one is "all of me" by john legend. that's a good one, too. >> you know what they probably do, they just google popular wedding songs and choose it themselves. it snowballs from there. "better together" is by jack johnson, a great song. >> and louis armstrong's "what a wonderful world" is what we had and then we rolled it into "new york new york." >> the prettiest bride ever.
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>> oh, thank you. >> erika wrote in and said, my husband, rich, and i danced to "you're the inspiration" in chicago. she writes, we have been happily married for 29 years and have two beautiful kids. our wedding songs were "we've only just begun" and "time in a bottle." >> great songs. >> there is their picture. enrico says, we cha-cha'd. >> i love when you practice. we didn't do that. >> jenny writes, this is us in 1966. we were 18 and are still married 40 years later. our love song is "will you still love me tomorrow." >> look at her dress.
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>> that's a long time. our 1983 wedding song pat writes was "you are" by lionel ritchie. is the mustache still in operation is the question? >> here's erika's picture. >> oh, beautiful picture. her dress is gorgeous. >> "you're the inspiration." >> our producer megan said, hello. >> we are pro-marriage here on "fox and friends" weekend. so send us your wedding pictures along with the shong yong you d to. >> thank you very much. let me tell you the headlines this morning. talk about news here. the girl whose family was massacred by her uncle is now out of the hospital. cassidy stay made her first
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public appearance in honor of her parents and four siblings. >> i'm feeling a lot better and am on a straight-forward task to recovery. i know my dad, mom, bryant, emily, beckett and zach are in a much better place and that i'll be able to see them again one day. >> cassidy's grandfather says if it weren't for her, the whole extended family may have been killed. that would be 20 people total. cassidy survived the ordeal by playing dead after the bullet grazed her head and called 911. her uncle ronald haskell is charged with capital murder. a man has been diagnosed with the plague. he contracted it after his dog died from the same disease. according to the cdc, the bacteria is mostly commonly found in the western united states. no word on that man's condition. there have been nine fatal cases of the plague in colorado since 1957. and talk about a party crasher out of -- look at this,
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an out-of-control suv crashing through a fence ending up at the bottom of the pool during a party in cleveland. the driver nearly missed several dozen swimmers, thank goodness. and the party goers, one man dove into the pool to pull the woman out of the open window. several people were struck with debris but no major injuries reported. >> why didn't they carpool? >> ha ha. and a normal day of prepping food for a restaurant turned into a miraculous event when he sliced into an eggplant to see the seeds form the word god. jemarcus brady joined us earlier to tell us why he thinks this happened to him. >> because i pray and ask for a lot of direction. and also i guess that he knew that i was actually sending this out to the world to share it,
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but that doesn't make it the reason why he chose me but that's just how i feel. >> jemarcus says even though he's had a lot of hardships in his life, he can turn to faith, god and eggplant. isn't that really cool? reliable rick reichmuth is out here somewhere. >> i wonder if you plant the seeds that it will grow more eggplant exactly like that. >> if you plant it it will grow a vine all the way to heaven. >> there you go. behind the rain much cooler air is moving in. chicago, the high temperature of 70 for much of this week. here's your forecast across the northeast. for today, we'll see thunderstorms moving through. some of them will be severe. especially by the time we get through the day tomorrow. temperaturewise, looking really pretty nice. down to the southeast, we are also going to see spotty showers throughout the afternoon.
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just warm day heating up when you see the thunderstorms from time to time. and into the northern plains, we are cooling down behind the front here. look at the temperatures just into the 70s and 60s and a few more showers. get ready for the big cool air to come in later on this week. >> rick, it is perfect for a game of cornhole in your backyard barbecue. did you know a favorite barbecue game is also a professional sport? >> i had no idea until this morning. >> cornhole, the game is holding its annual world championships this wednesday. here to tell us about the sport is joe grand from the american cornhole association. and toby smith is going to teach us how to play it. nice to sees you, joe. >> i have to correct you, the american cornhole organization, not the association. the american cornhole organization. we are actually the only professional organization. >> you are professional. >> absolutely. this started in 14th century
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germany, believe it or not. back in america it happened -- about 100 years ago, a little more than that, in kentucky. and no one can actually say the exact origin of it, but it came from there. >> i would imagine a bunch of drunk people were in a pool -- >> sometimes it gets to that. >> toby is here as well. show us -- how many do you get, four bags? >> four bags apiece. alternate your throws. i throw, steve throws. >> and this will go on for hours? >> it can because you cancel to the your score. if i throw it in the hole, he throws it in the hole, nobody gets points. >> do you play to a certain number? >> first one to 21. you can't go over, you have to hit it exact. >> okay. you guys are amazing. just watch it. unleash it. let's get a game of cornhole going on here. joe, you can commentate. so basically steve is throwing like professionals. >> they like to throw it
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flatter. these guys can hit them nine out of ten times. >> toby, tell us how you do this? because this is a little bit of technique to it. >> the idea is to be flat. the bags can do different things. you want it to be flat when you throw it. >> think about it like a handshake and release your hand flat. >> there you go. >> man, you are doing great, clayton. you could be a world champion. >> we found a sport that clayton can do well. >> throwing bags in a hole. >> what i want to know is can you guys make a living at this or toby, how much money do you make if you win this? >> the money is not there. we need sponsors and that sort of thing, but you can pay a way for your trips and have a good time. >> and to answer your question, rick, we are getting there. we are getting there. that's why they brought me on board. and a world championship is coming up wednesday through saturday in charleston, west virginia. come out if you're a fan of the
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sport. even if you're not, it's a great time. great people. and we're just there to have fun. >> perfect. >> my producer sometimes schedules segments on the show, and this will be a distraction for me the rest of the show. >> ainsley and tucker -- >> next hour, i'm done. >> you guys are some of the greatest cornholers i have seen in a long time. >> we are having a great time watching you, thanks, guys. transparency and the rule of law will be the touch tones of this presidency. >> general groups are mad. we'll hear from the head of one of them, coming up.
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headlines, in seattle, washington, the city's first recreational pot store has been forced to close down after running out of stock. cannabis city opened on tuesday with 10 pounds of marijuana to sell. by thursday evening it was gone. the store will reopen on july 21st. and if you're going to walk and talk at the same time, pay attention. closed circuit tv caught this woman tumble into a pool. she gets out and walks away like nothing happened. >> in ukraine, that's nothing. like that's the worst thing happening in ukraine right now? there for all of you who have complained, and i'm among them, about the treatment of this administration with censorship, now there's intense
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backlash over the secrecy of the presidency. >> 30 groups have come out to slam the obama administration for censoring their message. the press corps says this is politically driven suppression of the news from the 38 different news organizations. >> they also list some examples of censorship. like blocking reporters access to specific staff people and excessive delays in answering interviewer requests. refusing to give reporters what should be public information unless they agree to anonymity. and then federal agencies blackballing reporters. >> for sure. absolutely. we are interviewed david coulier earlier in the show, here's what he said. >> we've seen this happening
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over the past 34 years. it's a trend and beyond the presidency. this is a secrecy culture developed in our government. and it's getting out of control. and like you say, this isn't about journalists versus the government. this is about the people of america being able to get information. we need to self-govern. and we have seen this happen behind the scenes with the information war that goes on every day. and we finally felt we had to speak up. >> you see where i live in d.c., they are closing intersections so the secretary can get to lunch on time and valerie jarrett with her secret service protection cruising through d.c. giving her finger to normal people. they don't even wait at red lights. that's how cutoff they are from the rest of the country. they are not answering your stupid questions because they are on god's side and you are not. we are the ones they are waiting for, is their view, and that's
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the way they act to the press. >> they don't want to talk to the press because they don't want the real information out there. tell us what you think about that and weigh in on that and more. coming up, the federal government is handing out pink slips to those in the battlefield. and "fox and friends" has the top five employers ready to hire our nation's heroes as well. and when is the worst possible time to drink coffee? what about working out? the answers are not as obvious as you might think. ugh, this dress.
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welcome back. well, the defense department has been sending pink slips to over a thousand troops, even some deployed on the front line.
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the army spouse of the year says this has given soldiers more to worry about before they come home. >> many of these officers have been deployed several times. they should be focused on their mission, but instead they've been given this bombshell news. they have to be worried, was going to happen to my family when i get home? >> so to try to alleviate some of that worry as our heros return home, companies are helping them go from deployed to employed. >> we knew this was coming. at the beginning of the year, we saw at least 90,000 men and women were going to be basically without work because they were going to be leaving their military service. it's unfortunate what they have deal with, they're facing coming home but there's more than 7,000 unemployed veteran necessary this country now and most of
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them are post 9/11 iraq and afghanistan veterans. so there are a lot of companies out there. >> pop a lock national, what's that? >> so this is a franchise opportunity. i've brought a lot of these franchises to the show because think give deep discounts. many of the veterans i talk to, they want to be home, in their hometown and don't want to have to move to find a job. the operating officers of the country is a veteran. it's a locksmith company. but there's mechanical skills are great for frenchs and you inn your own franchise, which i like, obviously. >> number two on the list, spectrum health. >> this is paid internships. basically, they bring you in. it's three-week rotations and it's hospital. it's health care, things like that, but they give you different jobs in there. >> number three on your list?
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>> the big ohio company, i've worked with them in the past and have been talking to them. they employed anywhere from 12 to 40,000. this is drivers, they provide uniforms and things like that and services for the hotel industry. a lot of it is logistics. that's something you learn, obviously, in the military and can use elsewhere in the world. >> ubs. >> ubs is one of my favorite banks when it come to hiring veterans. ubs is not just saying they're hiring veterans, they actually hire veterans. financial services are great for veterans. you can go out there, be like a money manager that will train you and they've got a great training program for the whole transition into -- and then there's jobs at the bank. so that's why i'm a big fan of ubs. >> that's wonderful. check out casoni exchange.com. that's the website. you can learn more about the jobs that are available. >> and by the wab, fs job
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the top five fibs all parents tell their kids. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. >> oh, good morning, ladies and gentlemen. >> good morning. >> hello, everyone. good morning. >> holy smokes. >> so if you're at home and watching the show, get the kids out of the room because we're going to be talking about some of those fibs that you tell your children. >> we're going to get and call them lies. >> but first we're going to talk about what is happening on the boards, what does the battle look like down there? it's fascinating because the different border states right now are dealing with the direct impact of this illegal immigration. you but it turns out many states across the country are feeling those same effects, even as far away as nebraska, for crying out
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loud. >> nebraska's governor says 200 illegal children were sent to his state this week without any warning. then there's delaware. >> the governor there says he was asked if there were any facilities they could use for people crossing the border. immigration has completely remade the map of the united states and also the political map. if you're wondering way obama won north carolina in 2008, how exactly did that happen? it's a southern state. isn't it conservative? yes, it was, but immigration completely changed who lives there. if you're wondering why the president doesn't seem too concerned, it's because he's the beneficiary of it. >> and also issues whether or not the federal government is handling all of these
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inflections across the border. we've heard catholic charities and other organizations getting involved and helping that. so when the federal government can't house these individuals, when the administration calls up and says, hey, governor, do you have any places where we can store these people for a while as they're being processed, organizations get involved and we talked to jonathan morris about this earlier on the show. >> we should not turn churches into a safe haven from the law. in the past that has been done, making churches into some refuge from the rule of law. it's not healthy for religion and it's not healthy for our country. but when there is a time when there are minors here being abused, people with no home and who are really being trafficked, anybody with a heart has to step in and say we're going to protect them.
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>> there are organizations encouraging illegal immigration. what i find distressing is when churches that truly are charged by god to minister to people, to help people who feed the soul and body turn to those immigrants and say here is how you get federal handouts. i think they have a christian mission to help people not to pass the buck on to government. that's distressing. >> send us your comments. you want to help other people, but you have to help people here -- but you help people, you don't turn them over for taxpayers to help them sfoop. lightning strikes again in a kol park killing another person. a group of tourists stopped at an overlook point. we've all done that. that storm moved in, lightning struck and it killed a man and hurt 12 others. on friday, a woman was killed after getting hit by lightning. several others were hurt in that strike. a man and his wife were
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caught start ago fire. mr. smoke was delivering material and the exhaust from his truck ignited a patch of grass. the fire has burned 4 1/2 miles and is 50% contained. tracy morgan is out of rehab and this is the first picture of him since that crash that killed his friend. the cover of the new york post showing the comedian being wheeled out to a waiting car. a spokesperson for morgan says he will continue recovering with aggressive outpage program. and are you trying to sell your day? here are some of the worst times to do certain things. 7:00 a.m., don't have an argument. experts say it will put you in a bad mood for the rest of the day. 1 1:00 a.m., that's the worst time to go to the doctor because you're still catching up -- or the doctors are catching up on all their morning appointments. and then 1:00 p.m., don't try to
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learn something new. our body temporary res dipping after we eat lunch, making us all sleepy and less likely to learn. >> that's also the worst time to have a job interview because the person interviewing you is slee sleepy. >> and don't hit the coffee shop after 4:00 p.m. because caffeine six hours after while you're trying to get to bed will make it hard to sleep. israel is telling residents of the gaza strip to evacuate hamas sites immediately if they want to avoid being killed by air strikes. david lee miller is live along the israel gaza border for us this morning. david, what's the latest from there? >> well, for the first time since this conflict die got under way, israel forces crossed the border into gaza under cover of darkness. a commando uvent launched an
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attack in gaza city going after those rocket launches. four israeli soldiers were wounded. it all happened only hours after central israel came under heavy attack. >> residents in tel aviv in the surrounding area much of saturday night were racing to bomb shelter. hamas issued a threat about an impending attack. israel overnight continued air strikes in gaza. are at least 21 people were killed during a strike at the home of the hamas police chief. many were reportedly leaving a nearby mosque. israel is targeting homes as part of its defense. in total, 120 homes have been bombed. so far, more than 150 people have been could in gaza, many of them civilians, including
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children. israel accuses hamas of using its own people as human shields. >> for the past day, israel has been dropping leaflets over northern gaza warning people to evacuate their homes for what is, quote, a brief military operation. this is an area home to over 100,000 palestinians. in the last few minutes, we have seen a number of air strikes taking place in this area, but nowhere near the intensity that has been anticipated. so far today, there have been at least 60 rockets fired. one of them just outside a hotel in southern israel that houses foreign journalists. back to you. >> david lee miller, live for us on the boarder, thank you, david lee. >> thanks, david. let's get over to rick who is standing by with a look at the temperatures. >> we have a birthday back here.
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take a look at the weather maps. we also want to show you a picture. it's the super moon. everybody is talking about the super moon when the moon is closest to the earth and it's at a full moon. this is from northern michigan, the u.p. of michigan. christ tin davis sent this in to us. tonight will be another good looking moon, but not quite as full so not quite as spectacular. we have rain falling across areas of northern missouri, very heavy line cutting across parts of illinois this morning. and then all this rain will turn into a little bit of severe weather, mostly strong winds later on in the day. we're watching for mormon soonal activity across the desert southwest. here is where your severe weather is today. we'll see more strong winds likely for most of it, but behind this, it's just a much colder air filtering in all week long. we're going to see that colder air get in across parts of
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oklahoma, highs into the 70s. crazy, but a nice break in the middle of the summer. back to you. >> thank you, rick. parents tell a lot of lies. they tell a lot of little white lies to help keep their kids in line. and a new survey has broken down the number one lies. it starts with one i was telling me son yesterday as we were telling the water park. he didn't want to leave. i said fine, we're leaving without you and he ran and caught up to us. >> that's a good one. i like it. it not only gets them to move but it gives them a lifelong abandonment issue that they'll fill with alcohol. >> right. >> if you drink your milk, you'll grow big and tall. >> well, you will grow fat, but tall seems a lie. >> your bones will be dense, like super man. here is one you have to use, right? because if a kid is about to go pee in the car and you don't want to pull over on the highway and they say, are we almost
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there? yes, we're almost there. can you hold it? even though you have another 20 minutes. >> in geologic time, we're all almost there. >> the next one is, it won't hurt. it won't hurt, i promise, you know, when your kids get a shot. >> that's a tough one. and then this one, which i use many times, i know when you're lying. do you believe that? because as george kastanza says, it's not a lie if you believe it. i do believe it as a journalist. >> we asked you when we did this segment hours ago to send in your comments. i'm anxious to read some of these. mark says, if you cross your eyes, they will stay that way. i remember that one. >> i used to hear that one all the time. here is a tweet from shell she says, or he, i used to tell my son that i have eyes in the back of my head. >> yep. >> this is from mark. we told our children all the signs in stores said no crying. i like that. >> that's a good one.
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>> until they can read. >> this one is from roger. when the music is playing, the ice cream truck has no more ice cream. >> that's cruel. >> that's hilarious. >> daddy drink because you cry. >> yeah, please keep sending these in. >> i'm going to use that. >> mommy and daddy were only wrestling. sends yours. up next, oklahoma congressman jim reidenstein initially was blocked from touring a detention center in his own state. next with what he saw there. and this vacation didn't go exactly as planned. caught on camera, the moment that hail storms pummeled beach goers. hail. >> hail no. >> what the hail? i'm randy and i quit
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take a look at this picture. an oklahoma congressman being kept out of a detention center in his own state. after two weeks, congressman jim bridenstine was finally let in. congressman, we're grateful to have you in this morning. before i ask you what you saw in the facility, did you ever get to the bottom of how they had the gall to ineffect bar you as a congressman? who did this and why? >> that's an interesting question. i can tell you that the folks that were there yesterday were extremely accommodating, even though we received an e-mail that told us we shouldn't ask questions and if we have any questions, we can e-mail it to somebody and they'll get back to
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us. they actually were very accommodating. they answered our questions. we talked to the medical staff. the gentleman that turned me away the first time was not there. i don't know what happened to him, but certainly they were accommodating yesterday. >> i bet they were accommodating. you got all kinds of publicity and we can be certain that he wasn't fired because nobody is ever fired. tell me what you saw inside this facility. >> so i can say that my worst concerns were validated. there are stories in that facility of children who have been abused, who have been trafficked. there are stories of children who have friends that didn't make it. the concern here is a lot of these children have parents in the united states that are here illegally. they are paying coyotes down in mexico and other places to have their children brought here. those coyotes then have to pay transnational criminal organizations in northern mexico. so these children, if the parent aren't paying, these children in many cases end up even into
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forced labor or forced prostitution. this is why this is such a human tragedy. there is suffering happening here. these children, again, a large number of them have been abused. and they are the lucky ones. the ones that made it to the united states are the lucky ones. the accounts down south are even worse when it relates to turning your children over to these organized criminal groups in northern mexico. >> well, the risks are obvious and profound. so in order to take them, parents must believe once they get their kids here, they can stay. that's why they're coming in the first place, obviously. why do they think that? >> well, that's true. and interestingly, the children that get here are calling folks that they know in the country. those folks are mostly illegala children are being released to the illegal aliens in our country. this is another big concern of mine and we need more answers on this. who are the children being
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released to? in some cases, it is their parents. in other cases, they are not. the requirement is that they have to have a relationship to the child, not that they have to be related to the child. how do you do a criminal background check on somebody who is not in our country legally? this creates a lot of questions, a lot of concerns, and hundreds of these children, over 500 of them, have been released to folks in this country. >> it sounds so chaotic and disorderly and disastrous. congressman, thanks for coming on this morning, for telling us what you saw and good for you for getting in as is your right. thanks. >> thank you. help at first sight, new reserve says release of early dementia may start with your eyes. we'll explain what scientist ves found. and the fairytale ending is as old as time itself. ♪
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now for quick headlines from the medical world. scientists announcing a simple blood test could help diagnose alzheimer's.
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proteins building up in your eyes might allow scientists to diagnose that disease sooner. residents in san fran and in berkeley are planning a vote on the sugary drink packs. this extra charge would add two pennies an ounce in san fran and one cent an ounce in berkeley. proponents think this tax will cut down on the obesity rate while others think it will hurt businesses. clayton. the fairytale ending is as old as time. ♪ but it turns out today's millennials are having such a hard time with the concept of marriage, that colleges are having classes now to teach them how to date. here with his take is tie lard ward, author of the brand new
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book, marriage rebranded. >> thanks for being here. >> nice to have you here. let's start with the premise that millennials are having trouble with dating and marriage. >> we came in, first year of marriage was amazing, got married in our mid 20s, i would say. i would say about 18 months in, we started to hit kind of the very unnatural phase of marriage where the expectations we brought to this very unique relationship started to seem a little shallow. >> so what were the unreal expectations? >> sure. well, i think some of the ones we've confronted in different conversations, it's actually the idea that coming from an instantly gratified culture, we come into marriage and i feel like millennials in general and younger people, as well, we come into marriage expecting the benefits of love very quickly. once again, it's kind of this instant gratification. however, you know, for me in particular, i certainly came, walked the aisle, put a ring on
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it and felt like, you know, i could reap the benefits of love pretty quickly. >> that leads us into our first myth that you take on in the book, which is this idea of falling in love. >> sure. >> tackle this one. i found this fascinating. >> yeah. actually, modern thought says we meet someone, we date them, we eventually fall in love and that gives us grounds to get married, right? and honestly, i feel like it perpetuates this thing of us bringing the loaded expectations. in a sense, i feel like the kind of love we're all looking for, which is the true long-term benefits, emotional connection, physical connection, all these things we're looking for, trust, i don't believe that kind of love is something we fall into. i think that's cultivated over a long period of time. >> great. so you build it. so we've got two more myths let's get to. love is free, number two. what do you mean by that? >> slily, the ideal that -- and this was a misconception i
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certainly brought to the marriage. the idea that if we find a right away and if we marry a good spouse, that the process together would be natural and easy and it was going to slow. and the reality is marriage is work. and in the end, you know, it comes down to i guess the most beautiful components of marriage is often the sack official giving. that's the currency of this very unique relationship. and once again, i don't feel young people give it the chance to blossom in a marriage. >> myth number three, happily ever after. goes with the other one, right? work at a marriage, it will be fine, you don't have to worry about it. we'll continue this way. >> happiness is going to be part of the millennial situation any way we cut it. we use happiness in terms of marriage. this person is going to make me happy. i got married because i wasn't happy as a single. in the end, i feel like we make the goal of marriage to make us
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happy. unfortunately, i think we completely missed the point of marriage altogether. our object session, our modern object session with happiness makes it easier to be loyal and to love happiness more than we actually love another person. >> great stuff, great stuff. the book is called marriage rebranded. the book maybe every young couple should read out there. thank you for joining us. >> appreciate it. thanks for having me. coming up on the show, kate voss. what happened that he needed a serious rescue? watermelon is a classic summertime recipe. did you know you could grill it? our unique twist, coming up on the show when we come back. many of my patients still clean their dentures with toothpaste.
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♪ >> that's your shout of the morning. two of our producers take on the battle frog obstacle course. >> it was designed by the navy s.e.a.l.s, testing strength, skill and determination and it's made up of five courses including stand, rope climb and water carry. they nailed it. >> we put or producer john up against our writer, matt. and it was a close race, but jon pulled ahead at the end and wins it all. >> and he were gentlemen as they did it. talk about sportsmanship. >> that's hour our producers are. we have the craziest show in all of television, am i right? >> we really do. >> this morning, take the brown m & ms out of my bowl. please. >> you're like britney spears with your writer in the green room. >> you don't like the green jelly rooms, either? >> no. >> he's a diva. >> things you might not know online, weird things popping up
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on the internet. sometimes we jump on social media. i know sometimes when i read things like instagram, it's all high row glifs and i don't believe what people are communicating. just a person ael names might be the only thing i understand. >> and it all changes. as soon as you learn lol is laugh out loud, there's a new one. this is irl, in real life. >> this is some of the new social media speak. >> mcm, mancrush monday. >> when do you use that? >> i think men -- >> oh, men have a man crush? >> yes. >> i thought mcm was a date. >> yes, it is. super bowl mcm is coming up in a couple of years. fbo, facebook official. >> and ttyn, talk to you never. aren't you talking to them if you're writing them? >> we have the biggest language in the history of language. we have more words in english
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than any language has ever had ever, since beam people went from growling to talking. why not use some of them? >> because they're texting so quickly. >> talk to you never? i i can bang that out faster than i can capitalize. no? >> that's true. >> you have a deeper command of the english language than most people. >> not really. there's a lot to choose from. >> i understand that argument if you're talking about cuss words. you're an intelligent person. >> i always spell out every cuss word. >> and by the way, they don't spell correctly. >> you should know. didn't your parent ever tell you, never sign your name to anything that has a cuss word on it? >> no. i wish i grew up in south carolina, but i didn't. let's talk about the headlines. one person is dead, 18 others are injured after a greyhound bus collide wes a car in indiana. this is happening about 70 miles east of indianapolis and witnesses say that the bus ended up off the shoulder and the car was so crushed, the wheels
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couldn't be made out. and it's not clear what exactly caused that crash. we have new details also about the plane that made that emergency landing on a remote island in the pacific that we've been telling but this weekend. there were more problems before takeoff. passengers on that united airlines flight from honolulu to guam reported smelling a strange odor. five hours later and halfway over the ocean, the smell returned, the cockpit filled with smoke and systems began to feel. the quick thinking pilots were able to land safely on midway island and all 350 people on board were picked up by another plane. buddy knows how to take charge. >> we've got to go. >> this cake is due today. come on. >> but when he's out boating, it's a different story.
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he might need a little help. buddy and his family were sails in the port of new jersey when a dense fog rolled in and made it impossible for them to see. using special infrared division, the fdny was able to locate his boat, 36 foot boat just as it was drifting into a dangerous shipping canal. buddy then tweeted next time we go out need to check the forecast. #mywifewants #mywifewantstokillme. and it's hurry up and run at a crowded beach in russia. a fierce hail storm taking beach goers by surprise, pelting down. as you can see, they're all running for cover. people were still in the water swimming when that storm rolled in. most people found cover under an iron shed. but one guy was trying to head underneath a newspaper. what do you say to this story, clayton? >> well, no, tucker said it.
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but i didn't even know-- in rus. >> that's the least terrifying things that happened yesterday in russia. a nuclear power plant melted down, unexploded ordinance exploded. vladimir putin riding naked on a horse. >> we've been saying all morning -- >> and no one noticed because they were drinking vodka because it was russia and this is par for the course for russia. >> but clayton this morning has been saying hail no. >> hail no. >> hey, rick. >> by the way, that wasn't that big of hail. >> good point. >> across parts of the plains, people in south dakota, north dakota, nebraska, you can tweet us and tell us something about hail, you get big old grapefruit sized hail. that was not any of that. good morning, everyone. let's take a look at your weather maps this morning. take a look at what happened. 47 degrees in international falls. monday morning in des moines or tuesday morning, i should say, 51 degrees.
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wednesday morning, 58 in st. louis. i think a lot of people are going to enjoy it. if you think this is good news, please, let me know what you think. a very nice break right in the middle of summer. today your forecast across the northeast, put this in motion, we will see showers and thunderstorms move in throughout the day and it's going to turn into a rainey monday and tuesday along much of the northeast. down to the southeast, we'll see showers firing as the day heats up. nothing that's going be a washout of anybody's day, but it's going to be very, very warm there. we'll see thunderstorms firing again and the colder air begins to move in. quickly out across areas of the west, it is hot. in the northern plains, it is boiling across the northern parts of the northwest. >> all right. here you go, this will be refreshing. >> it's watermelon time. >> good to see you again. >> great to have you back. >> thank you. >> about watermelon, she's entertaining in lifestyle experts trends good girl. you're telling us how we can use our watermelon for fun appetizers and drinks for the
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summer. >> exactly. not cutting it up and eating it as fruit, but other ways. we're going to make some watermelon gespatcho. cut up accumulate couple betters, vegetables, whatever you like. then pure yeah about six cups of watermel watermelon. >> this would norm by be doe may toes if you're making gazpacho, right? >> yes. and i add some hot sauce and it gives it a smokey flavor. put it in the fridge for about an hour or two and i put them in shooters and people can come and it's not so messy. >> do you want to taste it? >> it's a great idea. i will. >> so here we have -- sweet. >> just like a gazpacho with tomato. good. >> what i've done, similar vegetables, you cut them up bigger, some lime, and pair them with some -- here he have some
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glutino tortilla dippers. >> you can serve it with fork, it would be delicious. >> over park or over fish, it would be great. here what we've done is making some strawberry and watermelon sorbet. take two cups of strawberries, four cups of watermelon. then dissolve sugar. so normally -- so i'm used domino quick dissolved super fine sugar. what's nice about it is it dissolves in hot and cold water. >> that's nice. >> exactly. now you just pour that in, some lime juice. then you blend it and put it in the freezer for overnight. >> that's awesome. >> and it's delicious. >> you're amazing. >> thank you so much. we're going to eat. >> all these recipes will be on "fox & friends".com. complicaton and tucker, back to you guys. >> she is so good. coming up, is the immigration crisis the problem our nation can afortd? maria bartiromo has the bottom line on that, coming up.
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more than 52,000 illegal children have surged into the united states across the border since october. we want to know exactly how much will this border crisis cost you, the taxpayer. >> here to discuss is the host of sunday morning futures, marie ka bartiromo. >> some of these numbers we haven't jumped into. more specifically, we keep hearing about that $7.3 million that the president keeps talking
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about. >> it looks like the cost is going to be a lot bigger than that with just 1.5 billion for the department of homeland securi security. you can go on and on what the numbers are as more children come into this country. i think the tab is still being recorded. i don't have a full number for you. this is not only going to be tragic for so many people, but also quite docostly. >> and doesn't it cut to the argument you often here this is a net gain for the united states. how could this ever be in the monetary sense a net gain for the u.s.? >> it sounds extraordinary that it's a net gain at all. in addition to that, look at the human tragedy here. all of these kids are coming and they don't know what their future will be. we have jeff on today, congressman from d.c., basically saying he has solutions to this. this is an enormous problem. everyone is pointing fingers and now we're looking at the costs which is going to add to an already very, very tight and weak economy, frankly. so this is obviously a story
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that is not going away. and we're hoping to get some solutions today and in the next couple of weeks. >> maria, can we afford this? >> no, we cannot afford this. we're looking at an incredible debt and deficit every year for this country. it's a solution that really needs answers. and hopefully we will see a solution in the next couple of years. i doubt anything happens before the midterm elections. >> so we've got some other numbers. these are estimates and in general estimates tend to bloom much larger. this what we have. department of health and human services, hhs, 1.8 billion dollars. >> that's just one department. >> yes. >> and here is more for diplomacy. state department, so these international programs, one of the programs, i understand, actually, is them going to central america and taking out advertisements in local media to educate the people here that, hey, don't come into our country. so we're buying television advertising, print advertising and leaflets to drop into central america as part of an education program.
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>> because there's so many confusion. a couple of years ago, these kids were told, look, you can go to america and go through the process and become taxpayers and voting citizens. now we've got a completely different situation where people are saying wait, we have to deport these folks back. so there's so many confusion. >> 300 million bucks, if obama went to the rio grand, cross herelingly and we'll send you right back. >> instead of sending jay johnson down there the other day. >> and maria, now we're learning in order to get them through the justice system, that could take up to five years. they're backlogged in the immigration department. so the justice department is going toned up spending $64 million on judge teams, legal representation, attorneys for the federal agencies, the list goes on and on. >> and when you see the border and see those kids, actually seeing the chaos that's going on, but the cost certainly is something that very few people are talking about. >> once you'll be talking about
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sunday morning futures. can we have a sundial? we're outside now. it's ten minutes from now. >> ten minutes, 12 minutes. >> one of the great shows on fox. >> we have lee talking about the irs. of course you know the federal judge demanding now that they go to testify underoath to find out what happened to those e-mails. and it's a big week for the economy in business this week. corporate earnings kicking off. we're talking to the chairman and ceo of alcoa. big aerospace exports. we're talking economy, jobs, in addition to border control and the irs. >> you have great guests. >> you're going to love keith on my panel. my producer said, that guy can sell me anything. he's on our panel allude with judy miller and ed rollins. >> thanks, maria. >> thank you. coming up, they photo proves just about anyone can be a victim of identity theft. look at that.
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♪ now for some quick headlines. if you're going to walk and text at the same time, please pay attention. closed-circuit television caught this ukrainan woman tumbling into a pool of water. there she goes, whoa! after a few seconds, gets up, walks away, as if nothing happens. i hope her phone was okay. and mickey mouse is 5'2", 110 pounds, at least according to his driver's license. police in washington state found this i.d., along with hundreds
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of other fake driver's licenses, credit cards and forged checks. four people are now in custody. by the way, isn't today mickey mouse's birthday? 1928? i don't know. somebody look that up. google it. aimsly, over to you. >> thank you so much, clayton. look who we are with, ms. rodeo 2014, page nicholson. thanks for being with us. >> so happy to be here. new york city is awesome. >> is this your first time? >> yes, my first time in the city. >> ms. rodeo america, no less. when did you become ms. rodeo america? >> it's like a pageant, and they judge us on personality, appearance, and our talent is horsemanship. so that's what we use for the talent contest and they also judge us on our knowledge of pro rodeo history, rules, and current events. >> how did you grow up in the road o? >> my family owns a farm, and rodeo has always been a passion of mine. >> there is something different between women's and men's row rodeo. and you have a different salute i hear? >> rodeo queens are the people
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that interact with the crowd. so when they introduce us at the road o, we run around and wave like this to the crowd. so if you're not looking where you're going, that's how you get the crowd amped up and ready for the rodeo. >> we haven't asked you. where are you from? >> i am from lawrence, mississippi. >> okay, wonderful. so you're competing against girls in the south and southwest, is that right? >> yeah. there were 30 contestants in the pageant. there's even a ms. rodeo new jersey. >> really? >> page gave a little lesson already. >> she set me up for success. so this is how you do your rodeo. >> that's it. you're locked and roaded right there. >> i'm locked and loaded? >> what you want to do is circle over your head in a downward angle like this. don't let me hit you. >> do you rotate your wrist like that? >> yep, flip it over. >> let me watch you do one more.
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>> don't let me hit you. >> you're much better at this than i am, obviously. whoa, good job. >> all right, throw it on there. go ahead. >> is that right? am i doing this right? is there a secret, like keep your eye on the bull or anything? >> throw it don't let it go in there. there you go, boom. that's okay. >> here we go. oh! >> you almost got his tail! >> you've got to remember to let go with your left hand. >> is that right, page? clayton, let me try to get you. >> well, that's what i'm -- what i wanted to try is right here. can you get a shot of him? can you get a shot of chulo real fast? >> you know what, page can get you? >> can we get a shot -- page, can you rope -- can you rope a cameram cameraman? >> yeah. >> ready chulo? >> stiff rope. >> rope it. >> oh!
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>> we'll be right back. >> chris is in love now.
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welcome back. earlier we were playing your first wedding song, the song you danced to. we asked for your wedding picks. kerry lee says we got married in 1983, and our songs were "we've only just begun" and "up where we belong." >> great songs. ben richie, "forever" back in 1990. here's the picture of the beautiful bride. >> and steven and lindsey "you're my best friend" by queen. >> that's cute. >> january 14th, 2012, "someone like you" by van morrison. >> and abbey tweeted us,
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"guardian angel" by red jumpsuit apparatus. >> wonderful. >> one more? >> this is stacy. "it had to be you" by harry conic. >> see you tomorrow, everyone. good morning. finding real solutions to our border crisis. hi, everybody, i'm maria bartiromo, this is "sunday morning futures." nearly 60,000 immigrants, many kids, causing a humanitarian crisis. we'll talk to a republican congressman who wants to stop pointing fingers start finding answers. another federal judge ordering the irs to explain what really happened to lois lerner's e-mails. so what happens if the agency does not meet the judge's 30-day leadline? speaking of deadlines, a judge just pushed a big decision on the keystone pipeline to at least september. could that impact the midterm elections? we're looking ahead on "sunday morning fu

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