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stay tuned for that. hope you have a great labor day. "fox & friends" starts right now. hey, everybody, and good morning. today is monday, september 1st, 2014. it's labor day, everyone. i'm in for elisabeth hasselbeck. just call them jihadis gone wild. could have been a bit shallower for them. but it's not summer vacation video. these rowdy partiers are islamic militants celebrating inside the united states compound they've just taken over. >> and there he goes again. alec baldwin flying into a fit of rage. surprise, surprise. and wait until you hear what set him off this time. and three weeks after he killed a fellow driver on the track, tony stewart makes his nascar comeback.
>> tony stewart! [ cheers and applause ] >> but his triumphant return ends early. those details and the video, straight ahead. mornings are better with friends. you're watching "fox & friends," the number one morning cable news show in america. >> great to be with everyone. thanks for joining us. jesse watters. >> the hodgepodge right here. >> i'm in for elisabeth. we'll be asking for your labor day pictures, how are you celebrating, how have you celebrated in years past? we want you to be a part of the show, the barbecues, the parades. right now, ainsley has the weather. >> and i'm filling in for heather! >> we are the "a" team. >> all right, let me tell you what happened over the weekend. there was extreme weather over the labor day holiday. terrified beach-goers running for their lives as lightning
strikes three people on a new york beach. two of the victims, a father and his teenage son, were taking shelter under a tree when that lightning bolt hit the tree, sending them flying at least ten feet. take a look at this photo. the lightning was so powerful, look at that, it shredded their clothes. >> it was really loud, like, just, boom! like a bomb blew up. >> lightning hit the water. >> it hit the water? >> it hit the water or the sand. you could see an explosion. >> just things lifting up and people just running. and this picture out of florida. thunder and lightning forcing the florida gators football team to postpone and then cancel their home opener. terrifying moments at a church bazaar in texas. two people are seriously injured after falling nearly 30 feet to the ground midcarnival ride. fire crews believe the ride malfunctioned, but witnesses say at least one person who fell was not wear his seat belt. the victims' conditions were not yet released.
a massive hacking scandal hitting hollywood. racy photos of more than 100 celebrities, including jennifer lawrence and kate upton, leaked online. a glitch in apple's icloud storage system apparently allowed the hacker to get into their iphones. jennifer lawrence's publicist saying "this is a flagrant violation of privacy. the authorities will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos." coming up, we'll tell you how to protect your iphone from hackers. >> every guy in studio paying attention to that story. a bittersweet return to r e racing for tony stewart fans, thrilled to see him after a three-week break, but a flat tire forcing him out of the race. they seemed, though, very happy to see him back behind the wheel. >> we all look at him, you know, just to lead us and to guide us. and you know, it was good to have him back. we look forward to going on to the rest of the year and getting him back to victory lane. >> stewart still troubled from the tragic death of kevin ward jr. three weeks ago. and those are your headlines. back to you guys. >> all right, ainsley. thanks so much.
well, it's jihadists gone wild, throwing a pool party at the cia annex in libya. how in the world did this even happen? peter ducy joins us live from washington, d.c., with the answer. good morning, peter. >> good morning, anna. and the latest video out of libya looks like a party theme from a movie about having the neighborhood over when someone's parents are away, but the backdrop isn't a house, it's this cia residential annex in tripoli, and the men on screen are not harmless teenagers, they are reportedly jihadists with a group called dawn of libya, who look like they're having a blast, cheering each other on, diving off the roof and into the pool. apparently, these militia men moved in a week ago, but it's been more than a month since american personnel moved out, with the state department saying "at this point, we believe the embassy compound itself remains secure, but we continue to monitor the situation on the ground, which remains very fluid.
the primary reason the united states temporarily relocated our personnel and operations from tripoli recently was the ongoing fighting between militias occurring very close to our compound." furthermore, ambassador to libya, deborah jones, tweeted "per my knowledge and recent photos, the u.s. embassy tripoli compound is now being safeguarded and has not been ransacked." right now we still don't know exactly who the u.s. government hired to guard these specific buildings in libya after all the americans left, but it doesn't look like those guards did a very good job. back to you. >> all right, peter. thanks so much. >> interesting. doesn't look like it's all being that well protected. >> no. it looks like justin bieber's house over there. high-dives and carrying on. >> yikes. well, today, britain's prime minister, david cameron's going to be laying out a counterterrorism plan. we already saw him raise the terror threat level to severe, the highest it's been in some three years. and he's going to be cracking
down on passports, making it easier to strip terror suspects of those. this is something that we've seen from a lot of commentators, saying the president is showing a real sign of weakness, not leading in the way that david cameron is. this no-strategy strategy is not working for him. >> and he quickly raised the terror level threat and already is coming up with a plan, stating that today. it's creating mixed feelings, even among the democrats. one democratic congressman had this to say yesterday on the house intelligence committee. take a listen. >> i know the president was criticized saying we don't have a plan. you just don't come in and bomb unless you know where you are, who you're going to get. you don't want collateral damage killing other people. and when the time is right, we will do what we have to do. you just don't rush in because the media is talking about it. you don't rush in because other countries aren't going to tell
us what to do. >> interesting. what does rush in mean? i mean, it's not like this hasn't been going on for years and now, suddenly, we say wait, we don't want to rush in. >> and they say we don't want to rush in like the bush administration rushed -- let's remember, the bush administration put together a huge coalition. they had u.n. resolutions, they had a vote in congress, there was a year leading up to that. so, i don't think anybody's accusing obama of rushing in. i think everybody's taking their time. but i think the point is, if you're going to announce that you don't have a strategy and then you're going to go play golf, i think the american people, after we've had an american beheaded, are wondering, why are you playing golf? why aren't you working on a strategy? there's a big disconnect here with the president and the american people. >> yeah, and we've heard from senator dianne feinstein, of course, a democrat, who says that, you know what, isis doesn't want to stop until they spill our blood and that the president is simply too cautious in his foreign policy, especially in this instance. take a listen. >> jordan's at jeopardy, lebanon
as the jeopardy, the uaa and other countries are in jeopardy. so, there is good reason for people to come together now and begin to approach this as a very real threat that it in fact, is. >> the president back in january told "the new yorker" magazine's david remnick that isis is the jv team. that was clearly wrong. >> well, i think it's wrong, too. i think it's a major varsity team. >> what do you think about the uprising in 2011 in syria? the president has said several options put before him, according to mike rogers. he says this is simply the president not wanting to be engaged. he's had time, he's had the options, and this is methodical, this is on purpose. >> and also directly contradicting the president. so, completely, exactly the same -- not what the president is saying. take a listen, though, to what one of the republican congressmen is saying, mike rogers. he is saying it is very simple. this is the president's plan. it's intentional, he just does not want to be engaged.
>> we're spending a lot of time talking about things that we won't do. that's the problem. the president wants to tell you what he won't do. he's having a hard time putting the coalition together to talk about what they will do. you're not going to humanitarian aid isis out of iraq and syria. it's going to take more than that. there have been plans on the table. the president just did not want to get engaged in any way. that is a decision. that is a policy. that is a strategy. and it's not working. >> this does seem to be the strategy, is that there is no strategy. he doesn't want to get engaged. you saw it in libya. he led from behind. it was a total disaster. he led mubarak in egypt basically be deposed and did nothing. he drew a red line in syria, and assad is still there and genocide's taking place. so, he's actively trying to not engage, because i think truthfully, he thinks u.s. military power is going to have a negative effect on the region. i think a lot of people disagree with that. a lot of people are looking to join the coalition. but why would you join the coalition?
he's pulled the rug out from under our allies with the red line comment. he's alienated some of our best friends in great britain, in germany, in israel. i think a lot of people don't trust the president to follow through on what he says he's going to do. >> yeah, they think it's a foreign policy failure all the way around and that, certainly, our adversaries are watching this coalition that is hopefully going to be formed at some point during this nato summit on thursday and friday in wales. it's going to be addressing not just isis, but also what putin's doing in ukraine. >> we're going to get a lot more on this this morning. guess what else is in the picture this weekend, labor day? >> our buddle. >> our buddy, alec baldwin. coming unhinged again, getting into a scuffle with photographers. there you go. he's outside a hamptons playground. police are dispatched to handle the situation. the photographer was out there trying to take pictures of him and his family at the playground. and the cops had to be called. >> you know, in some instances, it's like, you feel bad for these celebrities, right?
they can't go anywhere. they can't even go out to the hamptons and new york and enjoy a nice day at the playground with the family, but who acts like this? and it's not as if alec baldwin doesn't have a history of getting into scuffles with the media. >> right. i mean, people say this photographer was provoking alec baldwin and his wife. it's a he said-she said, you don't know what to believe. it's like you poke a bear and the bear's going to attack and run wild, but you don't really give the benefit of the doubt to alec baldwin. he's getting into scuffles almost every week with these guys. it's like a cottage industry. it's good for him, i think, his career now, because whenevhe pua ka areaman and he's back in the picture. >> he grabbed his shirt and apparently the guy didn't press charges. apparently, alec has to behave until january. the cop told him if you have any more problems, it's going to escalate. so, the photographer did not press charges on the guy because he said alec just wants to be with his family, can tell he's a good family guy, loves his kids,
didn't press charges. so, maybe either alec's learning and calmed him down or he realized, i have until january. >> i wouldn't give him to october to behave. we'll see. we'll follow that closely. >> we see how alec baldwin is spending his labor day weekend. what about you? what are you up to? barbecues, pool parties, neighborhood parades, fireworks? send us your pictures and we'll be sharing them throughout the show. all right, coming up, the boston marathon bombing and ft. hood shooting committed by radical muslim americans, but tell that to the fbi. the latest domestic terrorism report doesn't even refer to islamic terrorist threats? and it's a close call for swimmers at the beach. the shark encounter forcing them to scramble. it's a video you have got to see. at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in.
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hey, everyone, good morning. both the boston marathon bombing and ft. hood shooting were committed by radical muslim americans, but tell that to the fbi. their latest domestic terrorism assessment doesn't even refer to islamist terrorist threats. here to weigh in is president of american islamic forum philosophy and retired navy officer dr. jasner.
good morning. great to have you with us. >> good morning. it's great to be with you. >> i want everyone to see what is involved with the fbi extremist list. it says "antigovernment militia groups, white supremacy extremists, black separatists, sovereign citizen nationalists, anarchist, animal rights extremists, environmental extremists, abortion activists and puerto rico nationalists. they're stealing the headlines today, aren't they? it's jaw-dropping that islamic extremists are not on this list. what do you say to this? >> as a muslim who has been fighting radical islam, you wonder why the voice of moderates aren't getting out? you have two major issues. one is, clearly, the administration and homeland security are in a deep state of denial, rooted in political correctness and, basically, a fear of engaging the ideology. they're just afraid to engage it. secondly is, this really is a sign of the deep, profound influence of muslim brotherhood legacy groups and the
organization of islamic cooperation lobby in defining the language that we use in this debate. i mean, abroad in the middle east, they call themselves islamists, and yet, we can't even use that diagnosis to call them. and now we wonder, there's over 200 americans serving in isis, and that just happened in the last few months. it was happening when this report was made and they weren't even talking about it. >> right, and you think back to ft. hood and the shouting of al you akbar, and somehow, it's considered workplace violence. and then take the headlines from last week when we had the two guys from minneapolis who were radicalized and ended up being killed while fighting for isis. we've got estimates of hundreds of western people who have gone, they have western passports. they can come back and hurt our homeland, obviously. what kind of a danger are we in if we don't recognize this issue? >> we're in danger of continuing to be in a whac-a-mole program
where we continue to do the same thing in an insane way without learning the lessons that we have, because we aren't engaged in solutions. the only solution is to engage in muslims that fight against this islamo patriotism that pulls our muslim youth into movements like isis, hamas and other radical groups and pulls them back into american nationalism, british nationalism, western loyalty. and unless we engage muslims like our group that has the muslim liberty project or our american islamic leadership coalition to have a seat at the table, america's going to be more at threat than ever before. i'm sorry, this report is a pre9/11 mentality. and muslims that are fighting for reform are being left in the shadows, because it's as if there's nothing going on within the house of islam, and the oic lobby and the muslim brotherhood groups are driving american policy today. >> dr. jasser, why do you think more muslim groups aren't speaking out like you? you have a unique perspective, being muslim and having served
in the united states navy. but why aren't more speaking out to share the divide and make americans realize that we need to do something about this? >> because the government doesn't want to engage islam and muslims. it wants to pretend no problem exists so we don't even exist, but we exist. we're making statements. if they listen to us, you'll hear more of our voices. >> okay. dr. zuhdi.jasser, happy labor day. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. coming up on "fox & friends," this woman accused of killing her own daughter, but she'll still get the child's trust fund, even if she's convicted? how does that even work? and there is a massive water crisis in california, but critics are saying a new bill would give fish more rights than farmers. it's the latest version of government gone wild. ♪ i wanna know have you seen the rain ♪
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welcome back. some quick headlines now. five people are dead after their small plane crashes into a field north of denver. barely missing nearby homes. witnesses heard the plane sputtering shortly before crashing. it's not clear if the plane was taking off or trying to land. and the search for a pilot who crashed a small plane off the coast of virginia is halted after a boater finds what's believed to be the aircraft's wheel and engine cover. the coast guard says that they are unlikely to find anything else. the pilot is believed to be ronald hutchinson, a retired harley-davidson executive with 43 years of flying experience. jesse. >> thanks, chris. a new law regulating the pumping of groundwater being sent to the california governor.
while it would protect fish in the delta smelt, critics say it takes away property rights and hurts farmers already struggling in a three-year-long drought. tim donnelly is a republican on the california state assembly, and he joins us now from los angeles. good morning. >> good morning, jesse. >> so, let's get this straight. this is not a result of global warming, this is bad liberal government policy. one of the things that's happening is that they're not storing water for times in crisis. they're letting this excess water, basically drift out into the ocean because they want to protect some fish? why is it so important that we now defend this fish? what is this fish? >> well, the fish in question is the delta smelt. and essentially, in order to protect four buckets of minnows from dying every year, they have deprived farmers and ranchers of their basic fundamental allocations of water. you have a state water project that was supposed to build a ton
of dams, and then they were going to have a peripheral canal to keep the excess water that comes down through the rivers and be able to use that for agriculture and ranching and also even residential use in southern california. but instead, they let it run out into the delta, because in large part, they've got to flush out the raw sewage that the city of sacramento and other cities are dumping in there. and that's really killing more fish than anything else. >> so, the same liberal politicians that ended up creating this policy are now trying to come in and save the day. and so, they have this new plan that they're going to do, and then they're going to try to regulate private property.
under the purview and control of the state water resources control board instead of under the control of local communities who have elected water boards. this board is unelected, it's unaccountable, it's based in sacramento, and you're talking about literally -- at some point, they're going to wind up charging people for their own water that they're drawing from their own land. and of course, that will create inflation and food will cost more, all because of the government. >> that's exactly right. now you're seeing, you know, high jobless numbers in these agricultural areas. you're seeing food prices already going up. i don't even know if this is taking a toll on governor jerry brown, but listen, we've got to
go. thank you very much. hopefully, you guys get some rain out there, okay? >> great. thanks. >> all right. coming up, remember this kid catching heat from his neighbor for running a lemonade stand? the ironic trouble that the neighbor now finds himself in this morning. and it's a close call for these swimers at the beach. a shark encounter forcing them to scramble. it's the video you've got to see for yourself. but first, happy birthday to our friend, dr. phil. he turns 64 today. ♪ ♪ baby get your shine on ♪ (car starting) great. this is the last thing i need. seriously? let's take this puppy over to midas and get you some of the good 'ol midas touch. hey you know what? i'll drive! i really didn't think this through. brakes, tires, oil, everything. (whistling)
knocked down power lines and tossed trees into homes. one person struck by lightning. maria marina. that's the word that i messed up on after all that. maria is tracking the storms for us today. >> reporter: hey, good morning. good to see you. hello, everybody! happy labor day. we're all here watching the weather very closely to see what our outdoor plans look like. and like you mentioned, we had extreme weather yesterday across parts of iowa, parts of the plains seeing severe weather. by the w massachusetts, in wooster county -- i believe i'm pronouncing that correctly -- they had a confirmed tornado. an ef-0 with maximum winds there at 85 miles per hour. thankfully, no injuries. and unfortunately today, we could be looking at more severe storms stretching from parts of eastern kansas up into the great lakes. large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes will be a concern. and we are still heading into the peak of the atlantic hurricane season, and i want to take you now to the gulf of mexico, because the national hurricane center is tracking an area of showers and storms,
pretty disorganized right now moving through parts of the yucatan peninsula, and it does have a high chance, about 60%, of being a named storm or a tropical depression within the next 48 hours. temperaturewise, it is going to be a hot labor day across parts of the south and parts of texas. 99 degrees for dallas, 102 in del rio. that's very typical for this time of the year. it's been hot. parts of the southeast also into the 90s. but take a look at rapid city and minneapolis. out there you're only in the 60s and 70s. factor in the humidity across portions of the southeast, and it's going to be a lot hotter, or feel a lot hotter than what it reads like on the thermometer. 99 is going to be your heat index value in the city of memphis. let's head back inside. >> thanks, maria. yes, summer is here finally. we haven't had summer at all. >> it's the end of summer and now it's here. >> worcester, massachusetts. it's worcester. >> remember we told you last week about this cute little
12-year-old who set up a lemonade stand? many of you or your kids have done it. >> yeah. >> well, apparently, he had this crochety neighbor, doug wilkey, who tried to shut him down because he didn't have a license. well, those who throw stones shouldn't live in glass houses. apparently, this guy also is running a business out of his home, allegedly, a financial business, without the proper permitting. >> amazing. amazing how that happens. you know what, this kid is selling lemonade and mowing lawns so he can pay for his own cell phone bill and take his mom to dinner. i mean, how amazing that? >> what a good kid. >> what a good kid. those are the kids we want to be supporting, we want to be raising in this country, not people who are going to run that business out of their homes later on without a license. >> you can't even be a kid anymore. i mean, everyone says go outside and stop playing video games. all of a sudden, the guy goes outside and gets shut down because he's trying to sell lemonade. i mean, you can't play football now because it's too dangerous, you know. you can't sell lemonade, you can't play tag because it might offend people. can't even say merry christmas these days if you're a kid.
it's totally crazy! i don't know what's going on. >> we had d.j. guerrero on the show last week. listen to what he said. >> this lemonade stand is a very good business and that everybody else is supporting the lemonade stand. so, i think he should, too. >> he says it's very loud and some of the people that come there use profanity. >> it does kind of make me upset, the fact that he is kind of lying, because nobody does that. but everybody else is supporting me so much, so that just brings me right back up. >> yeah. and here's the other ironic twist to this. since the neighbor who tried to shut him down, little t.j. has gotten an influx of customers, obviously, because he's been on tv, not just around his neighborhood in florida, but in new york city, in europe, everywhere. he's been given donations, free limo rides and had all kinds of extra customers. so, you know what he's done with that, aside from taking his mom to dinner and paying his cell phone bill?
he's donating himself to things like the humane society. >> a great gift. something tells me that doug wilkey, the man running an illegal business out of his house, will not be getting a boost to his business. >> and if he's smart, he should have hired this kid. the kid's obviously a entrepreneur. bring home to the team! what's going on, guys? >> e-mail us. let us know what you think about this @foxfriendsnews.com. ainsley earhardt has a look at the headlines. >> lots of people hitting the beach, so listen to this. a close call. a hammerhead shark hunting its dinner, getting far too close to two oblivious swimmers in destin, florida. >> get out of water! >> he's coming towards you! go, go, go! >> wow. those are the two swimmers in the forefront of that shot. you can see the shark in the background. the shark was chasing a stingray, but it eventually took a turn, and that's when the two
swimmers saw that shark thrashing around in the water. they immediately -- look at that, they're running on to the beach to get away, just in time. just three days after implementing a new domestic violence policy, the nfl gets its first test. 49ers defensive end ray mcdonald arrested in san jose on felony domestic violence charges. team officials saying that they're aware of the arrest and they're looking into the facts. mcdonald out now on a $25,000 bail, says that fans will know what happened soon enough. >> the truth will come out. everybody knows what kind of person i am. i'm a good-hearted person, i mean, you know. >> well, the nfl just announced a six-game, unpaid ban on players who violate the league's domestic violence policy. a mother charged in her own daughter's death could inherit the girl's million-dollar trust fund, even if that mother is found guilty. nicole diggs, accused of withholding food and medical
care from her 8-year-old severely disabled daughter. but as long as she isn't charged with intending to kill her daughter, she could get all of that money. the trust fund was created in a malpractice suit settlement surrounding complications during that child's birth. he is known for owning trendy restaurants around the country and appearing on "iron chef usa," but now todd english arrested for driving drunk on long island. the 54-year-old celebrity chef getting pulled over around 3:30 in the morning and then later in port posting a $1,500 bail. and those are your headlines. back to you guys. >> hmm, didn't overseat, i guess. he just overdrank. >> yes. he was overserved. >> overserved, one way or the other. coming up, caught on camera, illegal immigrants storming a california beach in broad daylight and what happens next is shocking. the eyewitness who took this video as it happened is here with her experience, here live. and a massive hacking attack leaks the nude photographs of
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hey, everyone. good morning. we have a fox news alert now. the family of jones rivers praying for a miracle this morning as doctors try to wake the 81-year-old from a medically induced coma. let's get right to wnyw reporter theresa priolo live outside of mt. sinai medical center in new york city. good morning. >> good morning. the family remains optimistic but are in a holding pattern, a wait-and-see approach. they have to determine once joan rivers is awakened from her coma if, in fact, she is able to lead any sort of normal life at all. the family over the weekend said
"thank you for your continued love and support. we are keeping our fingers crossed." the feisty and very funny 81-year-old stopped breathing during a routine throat procedure thursday. it occurred at an east side clinic here in manhattan. doctors when she arrived at mt. sinai hospital placed her in a medically induced coma, and yesterday they tried to bring her out of that coma, a process they say will take about three days, anywhere from two to three days. and once she awakes, they will be able to determine exactly what her status is, what type of life she can lead, what her injuries are, and her family will be able to make some type of informed decision from that point forward. this is a woman whose career has spanned six decades. she appeals to all generations. and yet, just the night before she fell ill, she was having dinner with longtime friends who said that she was joking about dying and what she would leave to friends in her will, and she saw this minor procedure as nothing more than a simple little procedure that would be nothing. certainly, no indication of what
was to come on thursday morning. we'll stay here live at mt. sinai hospital to see if the family has any further statement and certainly any change in joan rivers's condition. that's the latest from mt. sinai. anna, back to the studio. >> we're certainly pulling for her. from stand-up comedy to "fashion police," a lot of fans. rick, over to you. >> so true. so, there's a massive hack attack hitting hollywood. racy photos of more than 100 celebrities, including people like jennifer lawrence and kate upton, have been leaked online. the hacker was able to get the photos through a reported glitch in apple's icloud service. so, what do you need to know about protecting yourself with any sharing device? here to explain is kurt ka neutzen, the cyber guy. how's this each happen? >> that's a great question, the first question we need to start with. first of all, the list of these celebrities goes on and on. ariana grande, kirsten dunst or are a couple more.
the website is where all of a sudden, these nude photographs, and apparently, a video that's about two minutes long that would not be the kind of video you would want mom and dad to see of jennifer lawrence is also out and about. and somebody at that site is saying that they'd like you to transfer some money by paypal in order to upload it somewhere else, and they've also commented that they want to keep the fbi from getting involved. well, guess what, buster? if you're in the u.s., the fbi is not only going to be involved, but they will be after the type of break-in that has happened here. the question leads us now -- i mean, this affects celebrities' value in the marketplace. it either ups the ante or, in some cases, it damages the celebrity's future earnings. you and i using icloud -- now, there's no reported confirmation that this did come from icloud. what we know is that anonymously, people have posted at the same site that that is the source of this type -- these
photographs. >> so, we don't know for sure. >> we don't know for sure. >> in a sense, it doesn't really matter. if the photos are out there somehow, the thing you and i and all of us at home need to know, how do we keep that stuff safe? you take a picture on your phone, whatever it is, your kids, your parents, something that you want to be your own personal information. how do we know that's safe out there? >> you may not have the type of information that these celebrities had on their phones that are out there, but here's some tips to get right away. go with a stronger password. it doesn't matter if you're using icloud or another cloud service, you're going to have stuff up there that you want protected. a stronger password is going to take you. on "fox & friends" website, we show you an instructional video how this morning you can logon and see how to make a stronger password. >> quickly on the password. sometimes apple will stay, here's our suggested stronger password. if i pick their suggested stronger password, does that mean i'm then susceptible to that hacker who's getting into that system? >> no, not necessarily. i'm not familiar with the
technique you're talking about. i think that might have been a process that they used in the past. >> okay, got you. >> today they're going to really go for, honestly, they've done a very, very good job at apple locking up icloud and making it very difficult for someone to break in. this, though, underscores the fact that no matter where your information is, it's not safe. >> got you. >> and no matter what, you've got to protect it. >> okay, and i interrupted you on your tips here. what are some of the other tips here? >> all right, you've got to see, what do you have stored? you may not have nude photography, but you might have financial information. >> sure. >> you might have stock certificates. i've scanned those. but i store them locally at home. i will not put them on an icloud device. not because i think it's going to be broken into, but it could. but because i'm just clumsy and foolish and i'll leave my ipad somewhere unlocked, which is another tip. lock your devices. if they don't automatically lock now, they need to lock in the future. now, if, indeed, this was icloud, let me just give you the basic 101 of how that works.
like, how would a celebrity's nude photographs be able to be in the hands of somebody else? >> sure. >> icloud is a cloud-based serving system. so, it's a bunch of computers stored somewhere else with your name on a particular part of them, and that belongs to you. that's where all your information is backed up, photographs of these celebrities are backing up there as well. and when you have that photograph, say in your ipad, it shares it also with your phone and your desktop or your laptop. so, wherever your photos and documents are, it makes it easier so that you don't have to constantly transfer it back and forth. >> there's a lot of these cloud services out there. >> yes. google drive is another very popular one. >> do you think we can trust these things? >> all right, you can trust them about as far as you can throw them, which is, you can't get your hands on these kinds of things. >> sure. >> virtual servers are giant farms somewhere else. no matter what, know that whenever you put something on
your phone or you take a nude photograph, the chances are, it's not protected. >> scary. kurt knutsson, thank you very much. great information. scary times. all right, remember when al gore said the melting polar ice caps would flood the world? not so much. the real inconvenient truth catching up with him. then, illegal immigrants storming a california beach in broad daylight and what happens next is shocking. an eyewitness who watched it all unfold is here next. ♪ coming to your city ♪ gonna play our guitars and sing you a country song ♪ ♪for a snack that isn't lame ♪but this... ♪takes my breath away every time you take advil you're taking the medicine doctors recommend most for joint pain. more than the medicine in aleve or tylenol.
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aliens storming a san diego beach in broad daylight. >> this didn't just happen once. it happened again the very next day. an eyewitness who watched it all unfold joins us now. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. >> you were visiting from phoenix. you're in san diego and cooking breakfast for your daughter. look out the window and what do you see? >> i saw a red boat. it looked odd to me going parallel to the shore. out of nowhere, it made a bee line at the con did he and beached itself. >> so what do you do next? >> i grabbed my phone, obviously and ran to the window and two heads turned into four and turned into 20 and they jumped out of the boat and started running up the beach and all i could do was keep snapping away. >> in your wildest dreams, do you think they're illegal immigrants coming across in broad daylight? are you worried about your safety? do you think it's terrorists? what's going through your mind?
>> i think i was in shock. i knew something was definitely not right when they started running. the way they were dressed and the way they left the boat behind. i wasn't sure if i should go wake up my uncle and my husband and ask them to do something about it. i didn't know what to do. >> when you saw all these illegal aliens and scatter, what were the people on the beach doing? were they trying to help them piece? were they running away? was anybody contacting the authorities? >> i didn't see many people on the beach, but i did see a construction crew and i did notice he was on the telephone. the other ones were just standing there pointing, too, in shock. it was in daylight. >> the reports that we're getting is that seven of them were apprehended, but that left everybody else at large. who knows where they are and who knows what happened to the seven that were apprehended. were they caught and released? still in custody? but then what's really wild is that it happened again the next
day. do you think that these people are just getting so bold that they think hey, the borders are open, let's come on in broad daylight? >> i don't know what they're thinking, but it was pretty bold that it happened in daylight. it happened that far up the california beach in mission beach. they did kind of walk, some of them, like they were confident that it was okay what they were doing. >> fortunately, border patrol was waiting for them and there were 20 illegal aliens at that point and those were apprehended. >> they looked pretty brazen, in broad daylight. did you have a preconceived notion about this illegal immigration controversy going in? has this changed your opinion of the immigration crisis in the country after what you saw? >> i definitely feel like we might want to adjust our resources, give them more manpower and the ability to protect our borders and our beaches a little bit more. >> there are reports that the president is going to delay immigration reform until after midterm elections for political
reasons. what do you think about that? >> i think we probably need to adjust our situation right now and take a deeper look at it. >> thank you. i'm glad you're okay and keep snapping those photos when you see something. really appreciate it. >> thank you. >> coming up, alec baldwin flying into a fit of rage. and wait until you hear what set him off this time. remember when al gore said melting polar ice caps would flood the world? turns out not so much. this morning the real truth about the inconvenient truth and it's all catching up to him. ♪ ♪ for over a decade,
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hey, everybody. good morning. today is monday, the 1st of september. labor day. i'm anna kooiman in for elisabeth hasselbeck. they're jihaddists gone wild. can you believe this? islamic militants storming a pool party after taking over a u.s. compound in libya. here he goes again. alec baldwin flies off the handle. and wait 'til you hear what set him off this time. and overnight, some of hollywood's hottest stars exposed. nude photos leaked by hackers who allegedly broke into apple's icloud. is your data vulnerable? you better believe it. mornings are better with friends. >> it's "fox & friends". not only is it labor day, it's september 1. that's the thing that's freaking me out about what today is. >> summer is over.
is it official? >> summer is over, yes. >> but you actually say we'll check in with maria with this. but summer is on the way. >> it will be a really hot week. really the hottest of the summer. so summer didn't happen. here it is. >> it's jihaddists gone wild. islamic militants throw ago pool party. how did this even happen? peter doocy joins us live from washington with the answer. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. normally when you see people jumping off a roof and into a pool on youtube, you expect the amateur dare devils to be harmless young teen-agers. but that is not the case in this video because the men are jihaddists with a group called dawn of libya, a i militia group that moved in there one week ago. the building you see them swan diving off of as others cheer them on is a c.i.a. residential
annex in trip apply abandoned earlier, which means nobody was captured or injured, which turned into a big pool party. right now the state department says we believe the compound itself remains secure, but we continue to monitor the situation on the ground which remains very fluid. the primary reason the united states temporarily relocated our personnel and operations from tripoli was the ongoing fighting between the militias fighting very close to our compound. u.s. ambassador to libya has tweeted this now, to my knowledge and per recent photo, the u.s. embassy tripoli compound is being safeguard and has not been ransacked. right now we still don't know exactly who the u.s. government hired to guard these specific buildings in libya after all the americans left. but it doesn't look like those guards did a very good job. back to you. >> all right. peter doocy live in washington,
d.c., thanks for that. it's unbelievable to see those pictures. >> it's embarrassing as american. >> it is. so just a couple days after british prime minister raised their terror threat in the u.k., today he's making his plan to announce his efforts to combat that terror threat which is great, that he's on the ball here. we have not seen the exact same thing happening obviously from president obama. but some of the democrats are saying that that's all right. so we've heard from one of the top democrats on the house intelligence committee saying that we don't really have enough intelligence. listen to what one democrat had to say. >> i knew the president was criticized saying we don't have a plan. you don't just come in and bomb unless you know where you are, who you're going to get. you don't want collateral damage killing other people. when the time is right, we will do what we have to do. you don't just rush in because the media is talking about it. you don't rush in because other countries aren't going to tell us what to do.
>> it's really sad that they had to have poor dutch go out there and take the heat on this one. obviously a huge guy for the president to admit we don't have a strategy. there has been warnings about the crisis on the border, didn't do anything about that. there were warning signs about the v.a. scandal. didn't really do much about that. and you have the russian invasion of crimea, he issued a warning and now they're deep into ukraine. so it looks like there is military options on the table. that's what the military's job is. the president just hasn't pulled the trigger on anything. >> this has been growing for a few years now. if you remember in january when the president called isis jv, we heard from diane feinstein, another democrat, who says no, isis actual israeli a major jv team. this president is cautious on foreign policy and in this case, certainly too cautious. there is a republican, representative adam kinzinger from illinois, an iraq war veteran, air force pilot, served
on the foreign affairs committee, said perception is everything and the president needs to sound strong. >> that's the battle in this is public perception and not just public per session of the american public, but our enemies. if the president said we're going to take our time to find out where the targets are, but isis should understand they're not going to survive, period, they would quake in their boots because they're no match for the fierce united states military. >> i don't think isis is quaking in their boots when the is the says there is no strategy and then the president says this is just a humanitarian mission. could you imagine if during the bush administration an american was beheaded and the president of the united states says we don't have a strategy? he would have been crucified. but this goes back to what we were talking about before when you show weakness and when you make empty threats about a red line and things like that, there is going to be consequences and then you don't follow through and it emboldens the enemies. it emboldens china, isis, putin. this is what we're seeing as a consequence of this.
>> i think it's great to have a measured and thoughtful response. if that was the case, i could appreciate that. but to say there is no strategy, but the pentagon saying there is plenty of strategies, nobody is making any kind of decision on what to do with that. >> mike rogers, also from the intelligence committee, says the president is doing this on purpose. he do not want to be engaged. we heard others say he would rather push the problem to somebody else and hope that somebody else handles it. there is going to be that nato summit going on thursday and friday in wales and hopefully a coalition of some sort is formed not just to deal with isis, but also to figure out what to do about putin taking over all this territory in ukraine. >> it's time for a look at our headlines. we'll send it over to ainsley. >> thank you so much. good to see all of you. i'm filling in for heather. happy labor day to you. two teen-agers plunged 30 feet from a carnival ride. it happened at a church bazaar in el paso, texas. both teen-agers are hurt.
one critically. a third person had to be rescued from that ride. fire crews believe it malfunctioned, but witnesses say at least one person who fell was not wearing a seatbelt. five people are dead after their small plane crashes into a field north of denver, barely missing nearby house. witnesses say they they heard the plane sputtering moments before it crashed. no word on what went wrong. a bittersweet return to racing for tony stewart. fans were thrilled to see him three weeks after that dirt track tragedy in new york. look at that. a standing o for number 14. a touching reaction for stewart, but the race was cut short for him. he was forced out of the race after slamming into a wall, damaging the suspension and a tire. next week's race in virginia is a must win if he wants to participate in the chase for the sprint cup.
a mad dash for money, armored truck crashing on a rhode island highway dumping bags of dough all over the road. people swarming that scene, it's still unclear if anyone walked away with any money. those are your headlines. >> what to you think? >> i'm sure there are lots of good samaritans there. >> do you remember two years ago that guy robbed a bank and was throwing money out of the car? people were running for it and no one returned the money. >> thanks, ainsley. have you seen the latest antics from alec baldwin? he's spending his labor day in the hampton, something that many of us can't imagine getting the opportunity to do. but wheel he's on a playground, he gets into a bit of altercation with the media. >> pictures wanting to take pictures of this guy, maybe to illicit a response like this because go crazy. one of those, the paparrazzi was there taking a picture, he grabbed his shirt, told him to
stop. and then obviously the cops are called. >> you make a lot of money when you go and get attacked by alec bald in. he probably got this picture and sold it to tmz. the thing is, can you imagine if he was a republican and this guy was just assaulting reporters and members of the media left and right? he'd be killed? but everybody laughs it off because he's this nice democrats and donates all this money to charities. it's a total hypocrisy. >> if he was a republican, he probably wouldn't be getting any work in the first place. >> probably true. >> i think he'll have a hard time with career, unless he just keeps it calm for a number of years. he's kind of lucky because he had fallen out of favor for a long time. he hadn't had a huge hit in a long time of the a lot of celebrityies when you -- they end up at the macy's parade, and a lot of the older actors are so gracious and kind because they've had a long career, which alec has had.
you would think he had more gratitude. >> when the paparrazzi bother me on vacation, i let them take photos. >> there is a small part of me that feels bad for him. he can't dependent away from the media. they follow him around everywhere. and it is like poking a bear. >> poor alec baldwin. >> you know, that's the price you pay for a $10 million paycheck. >> exactly. >> we showed you this ridiculous video. terrorists throwing a pool party after taking over a u.s. compound in libya. up next, why these partiers pose a more dangerous threat than you might think. and a brawl on the gridiron, but this goes way beyond a heated competition. police are involved. ♪ ♪ who's more excited about back to school savings at staples?
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should the united states be concerned another group just like isis could be growing in the middle east? lieutenant colonel tony schaefer, author of "the last line," joins us now. good morning. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. thank you. >> is this them taunting us? this video seems like more something from high school or college spring break. it's jihad had -- jihadis gone wild. >> that's the issue, they have gone wild. this is the best possible face on something very bad going on. these folks are moving out smartly. they're going into all the ungoverned spaces that we helped create and as they go, they actually go about doing things to undermine any governance that's there, which in turn then -- we talked about isis and the extremism in syria and iraq, these folks have the same methodology, same basic ideology, and wherever they go, you will see bad things happen. again, this may look funny, but it really isn't in the long run. >> it's absolutely not. this is so wild, the state department has given us this
statement. contrast that to the video. at this point we believe the embassy compound itself remains secure, but we continue to monitor the situation on the ground which remains very fluid. have they not seen the same video we're showing right now? >> if that's true, i've got some swampland in florida i want to sell you that's really good for development. the state department is completely out to lunch on this. so is the white house. there is this policy of wishful thinking. they all wish this will go away. that's why you don't have an adequate strategy to deal with this as a regional issue. you saw dutch talking about no intelligence. that's a choice. we have the best intelligence system in the world and they've made the choice to not collect because they don't want to have to deal with this. >> so who are these groups and are there any moderates when it comes to terrorists? >> you've got al-shariah that did the take down of the government in -- the consulate in libya back several years ago. you've got the al nusra fronts,
the quote, unquote, moderate element in syria, which we're supposed to be dealing with, who just took prisoner a bunch of u.n. peacekeepers. you have organizations like one of the organization i faced early in the war on terror that used to be called the southwest group of preaching and calm and combat. we defeated them in combat, but because of these ungoverned spaces, because we reopen the door for this, they have come back. when you set your guard down -- i'm not saying we have to be the boots on the ground. we have to work with our ally, you will see these folks come back. and the long run, they'll all come together and do what they want regarding their radical version of islam. >> the united states can't act alone. of course we need some sort of coalition. but what do you think these arab nations need to be doing? >> well, one of the things we've recommended short-term is we partnered with elements that will help push isis and these folks back. the egyptians right now are in libya trying to defeat the folks
there, the folks we've been fighting all this time and we need to look at a long-term solution, nato, if you will. the egyptian, saudi military, the jordanian, we've all trained. they can be the boots on the ground to do what's necessary to bring stability. stability is the key to any sort of democracy. any sort of economic promise. we don't have that, there will be no end of this terrorism. >> yeah. they'll continue taunting us and do worse than throw pool parties. thank you so much. >> thanks. coming up, it's no secret illegal immigrants are flooding our border. but can terrorists do the same? how real is the threat? a former border patrol leader joins us ahead. and didn't al gore say the melting polar ice caps would flood the world? this morning the inconvenient truth catching up with him.
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22 minutes after the hour. time for news by the numbers. first seven years ago. in a real inconvenient truth, former vice president al gore once famously claimed the north pole ice cap would be ice free by now due to climate change. but scientists say the ice cap is actuallyç expanded and is nw twice the size of alaska. next, 90 years. that's how long this arab mascot that's been on the side lines at the southern california high
school now it's been removed after complaints from an antidiscrimination group. finally, 16 years. that's the age of the formula one race driver who crashed his car while showing off and doing doughnuts. the dutch teen-ager will be the youngest formula one driver and was not hurt. it's a struggle that few people truly understand what it's like to be a veteran returning home with the physical and mental scars from war. >> now you're dependent on everybody for everything and it just -- you're mad at the world because that's not who you were and it's just difficult to overcome that. you just don't know what's going on. your world is turned upside down. >> fox's greta van susteren getting a firsthand look into the night on the record labor day special. >> it's called "the next battle" when our hereries come home." griff jenkins joins us now. great to see you. you had a really great
opportunity, there is so many different groups that are doing great things for our veterans. what is special about this group and how did you get involved with them? >> good morning. happy labor day to you. this is a remarkable special because having had the opportunity to see firsthand our brave soldiers, sailor, airmen and marines in ballot, a lot of people don't know the toughest battle begins when you come home. even after you've fixed the broken and banged up pieces that war gives you, there is the reconnecting with your wife, getting your life moving forward. as we heard from mike rawlins in that sound bite there, your world is turned upside down and greta and i traveled up to alaska, bristol bay, it's gorgeous, it's pristine, and reverend franklin graham has this retreat that allows military warriors and their spouses to try to reconnect. we did some amazing stuff. it's hard to put in words just
how therapeutic and wholistic it is to take some wounded warriors struggling with world problems and go see bears up close, bears that are in a stream just ten feet in front of you catching fish. it allows the time to step away from your lives, to get out of the military hospital, to get out of the v.a. and find what matters in life. that's what was so unique about this special. greta and i were lucky to be just journalists witnessing this and to be involved. this is greta's second time to go up there. she asked me this year. she said hey, you want to go up there on the fourth of july? bring a camera. we'll shoot it. i said you bet you. it's quite a remarkable thing, guys. >> since 9-11, almost 50,000 wound warriors have returned home and like you were saying, they don't just come home and everything is the same. they have a dependency on someone else they never had, the world is upside down. but their spouse, either their husband or wife, that takes a long time to heal. what was it like being close to
this kind of intimate healing of these relationships with these people threw in alaska? >> well, we certainly give them time to breathe. so we don't roll the cameras in the intimate moments, but what you do realize is just how remarkable this country is. one of the men you'll see in this piece and i have a sound bite i'm about to play -- chief warrant officer three marine ron perez, he is a first generation american, came to this country, served his country and spent eight tours disarming ieds that have blown up, countless americans, ron perez, here is a little bit of what he has to say tonight. take a look. >> we lost a lot of guys out there to ieds and i knew that i would be called to go back to combat doing that. i felt like every ied, every bomb that i disarmed, that was
one young man, one young woman, husband, wife, son or daughter, that was going to come home. >> so theed going off, but clearly as you can see, the damage remains and you're going to see a fascinating inside look tonight at 7 p.m. >> all right. very excited to watch it. thank you for doing that. great thing to be able to go up and have that kind of experience and these guys need all the support we can give them. watch tonight at 7:00 o'clock. >> coming up, massive hack attack, exposing nude pictures of hollywood's hottest stars. the tips you need to protect your own data. and jenny mccarthy and donny webber tie the knot. but where was marky mark? why the groom's famous brother was a no show. ♪ ♪ introducing nexium 24hr finally, the purple pill, the #1 prescribed acid blocking brand, comes without a prescription for frequent heartburn.
♪ ♪ >> happy labor day. we're asking you all morning long how you're spending your holiday over the weekend and today, whether it be parades, barbecues, hanging out with the kids. >> it's kind of unofficial end of summer, makes me very, very sad. >> we're going to play so much more beach days. don't worry. ted sent a tweet that said i'm at hawaii volcano national park look at the crater. nod bat. >> tony kelly writes, finishing a 48 hour shift at the pennsylvania national guard operation center. then a quick nap and barbecue this afternoon. >> you have to barbecue first. and amanda says, abbey, sophie and laura spending labor day weekend at mount mitchell state park, north carolina. been there a few times. >> and chris rogers tweets, golf all day today. pinehurst, north carolina. this is the first hole.
>> keep them coming. we love to see how you're spending today. i had one from a truck driver who said i'm delivering groceries for americans today. >> we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> so you keep on sending these pictures to us and thinking your pictures are safe, we just shared them with everybody. but the pictures on your phone may not be so safe. a massive icloud attack. jennifer lawrence, kate upton, ariana grande among others have been exposed in a massive nude photo leak. so is your icloud at risk? >> yeah, it makes a lot of people nervous just thinking about it being out there and not being able to have these physical copies of things. i think probably the first lesson if you don't want people to see you nude, don't take a picture nude in the first place, even if you think it's for your and your husband's eyes only. >> need to get a polaroid. >> that's right. that's a fail safe method. that's right. do you know what this could be? publicity stunt.
this kind of reminds me of when all of a sudden these nude photos leak and then all of a sudden, someone's got a movie coming out the next week. it's just the timing seems a little bit odd. >> but it's 101 celebrities, unless they all band together. >> i want to know where we find these photos that goes through every guy's mind, where are the photos? >> this isn't just that and for these people. think about all the other things. i a lot of times i will take screen shot of a bank statement or something i want to have later on down the road. that's i think what most of us might be dealing with. earlier i talked to kurth the cyber guy and he had something to say about this. >> virtual servers are giant farms somewhere else. no matter what, know that whenever you put something on your phone or you take a nude photograph, the chances are it's not private. you may not have nude photography, but you might have financial information. you might have stock certificates. i've scanned those. but i store them locally at home.
i will not put them on an icloud device. it doesn't matter if you use icloud or another service, you'll have stuff up there that you want protected. a stronger password will take you there. >> a strong password and multiple passwords. >> you know what else scares me? i don't even know how to put something on the cloud or on to my local server and i'm pretty smart with the computer. i think that's a problem for most of us, you don't even know that you put stuff into a cloud. >> yeah. i didn't even know what a cloud was. i thought it was up in the sky before we did this segment. i'm kind of clueless about this stuff. but i do know your password has to be bigger than 1234. >> or your dog's name. >> right. put an exclamation in there, maybe an asterisk. this is a brave new world out there. you have your health records now potentially going on line, the nsa is look at all your e-mail. there is red light cameras everywhere. you got to be careful. >> i'm concerned about the iphone 6 is rumored to be about to come out. one of the things aside from having a bigger screen is it will be a lot easier to pay with
a swipe of your phone rather than carrying around your different credit cards. is so sensitive information is leaked, how is everything else not going to? >> it's also rumored to get a deleted photo back. so think about you think i'm delete ago photo, now it's gone. but now if there is a way to get it back, clearly that photo wasn't completely gone. so that makes it more scary. clouds, speaking of clouds, clouds that i understand a little bit better and someone is here with us, brand-new video into "fox & friends," the aftermath of a tornado that tore through worcester, massachusetts. 85 mile-per-hour winds, toppling trees and cars. this happened last night after it was dark. maria molina is here tracking these storms for us for labor day. >> hi. good morning. that's right. that tornado stood on the ground for almost two hours in massachusetts. today we have the risk for more severe weather stretching from portions of the plains including parts of kansas, parts of oklahoma, up into portions of the great lakes and the concern
out there today is going to be some damaging winds. i think that's the biggest concern. there is still that risk for isolated tornadoes and also some large hail with some of these storms. that's going to be something to watch. we have a line of storms early this morning pushing through portion of missouri. now switching gears into the tropics, we are heading to the peak of the atlantic hurricane center. we're almost there now. you can see the national hurricane center is tracking an area of showers and storms out there across parts of the southern belt of mexico, across the yucatan peninsula. 60% chance of this system developing into a tropical depression or the next named storm system. 70% chance over the next five days. clearly they think there is some possibility of development out here across this region. we'll keep an eye on that. otherwise temperature wise, it will be a hot one today across parts of the south. take a look at parts of texas. 99 for your high in dallas. you factor in the humidity out there, and it's going to feel hotter than that. it will feel like 104 in the city of dallas and 98 in tampa.
if you can, head out to the beach along parts of the coast. let's head over to you inside. >> thank you. >> get some more summer in. it's not done yet. ainsley earhart has a look at the news headlines for us. good morning. >> good morning. thank you so much. much needed support for a u.s. marine sitting in that mexican prison. a florida motorcycle group, here is some video of them, they're made up of fellow marines and raised money for sergeant tahmoreesi. his legal fees are nearing $100,000 now five months after he was arrested for making that wrong turn across the border with three legal guns in his truck. this coming as the white house finally responds to at that petition demanding his release. coming up at 8:40, his mother will join us live to discuss that long-awaited white house response. 49ers ray mcdonald free on bail. he was arrested on felony domestic violence charges. the arrest just days after the
nfl implemented a new domestic violence policy. mcdonald accused of having an altercation with his fiance during his own birthday party. the fiance allegedly showing police officers bruising on her body. mcdonald claims that fans will know what happened soon enough. >> i need the truth to come out. really know what kind of person i am. good hearted person, i mean. >> a hearing is now set for september 15. if found guilty, mcdonald could be benched for a while. the nfl just announced a six-game unpaid ban on players who violate the league's domestic violence policy. a brawl breaks out during a high school football game. both benches clearing in ohio after one player hits another on the opposing team. the game canceled as police have
to move in and they do arrest three people. at least two others were taken to the hospital, including a football player. new kid on the block, donnie walberg and jenny mccarthy are newlyweds. they tied the knot in front of 80 people in chicago. one vip guest noticeably absent, donny's brother, mark. he was at his 11-year-old daughter's birthday party. but sent well wishes via instagram. >> congratulations from all of us. wish we could be there. >> congratulations! >> love you. >> congratulations. very happy for you. see you soon. >> inside sources say mark and jenny are not on good terms. those are your headlines. >> is that carmen electra? >> it was mtv. >> i would never admit that.
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praying r a miracle as doctors try to wake the 81-year-old from a medically induced coma. live outside mount sinai hospital in new york is our reporter. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. the family is really in a holding pattern right now. they are waiting to see what happens over the next few days. it will really be very telling to her condition when she gets out of this coma what her prognosis will be. the family released a statement yesterday saying thank you for your continued love and support. we are keeping our fingers crossed. the feisty and very funny 81-year-old stopped breathing during a routine throat procedure thursday at a manhattan center. doctors here at mount sinai hospital where she was brought put her in a medically induced coma and there are sources reporting that she's on life support. yesterday they began taking her out of that coma and said it would take a few days before they really understood the gravity of her situation, the extent of her injuries, and what
her long-term prognosis would be. just a day before she had that very routine procedure, she was out to dinner with friends, she was joking about this, saying it's nothing. it's just a simple little procedure. let's hope that she is able to pull through this situation that she's going through right now and really have the last laugh. that's the latest from live outside mount sinai. back to you. >> thank you so much for your time today. the white house already caught offguard by isis in the middle east, could it happen again here at home? >> the cause of the condition of the border from the standpoint of it not being secure and us not knowing who is penetrating across, that individuals from isis or other terrorist states could be and i think is a very real possibility that they may
have already used that. >> ron coburn is the former national deputy chief of the u.s. border patrol and just returned from ha trip to the border and he says we should all be on high alert. you just got back from the border. is there actual intelligence that you're seeing that shows that isis is reaching out to mexican drug cartels and potentially crossing the southern border into texas? >> yes, there is significant evidence and chatter to call it that to being discussed amongst the intelligence community here in the united states that organization such as isis are in fact reaching out to the very unscrupulous cartels and cartel leadership in mexico. they are a marriage one might call, that is quite a high risk to the united states of america. if we think that the terrorist organization in the middle east are dangerous, beheadings, all
one has to do is look just south of our border to see the cartels as dangerous and compared to past years where we thought law enforcement community that they had some screwles or lines they would not cross, this new generation of cartel leadership has no limit and would they facilitate the entry of terrorists into this country? absolutely. i think we need to be watching this coming 9-11. >> the president has not been to the border recently when he was asked to go down there. he's cut funding for the border patrol. he eliminated building the border fence. you were just down there. how is morale down there? do you even think the president believes in borders? >> actually i will be going back to the border after this show this morning. that's how focused i am right now on what is going on in the state of the border.
last week i was in el paso, texas, the day after a high number of border patrol employees were served letters by this administration informing them that they will be reduced in pay by as much as 20%. >> wow. >> which means they'll be reduced in hours of work, which means fewer agents on the border. morale is at an all-time low in the 35 years that i have been doing this kind of work. >> in terms of the solution right now, if we had a president that did want to fortify the border, during the bush administration we had a hot spot in arizona, they addressed the situation. they flooded the zone. we had reduction of illegal crossings from about 2700 to just six. what lessons could we learn from that to apply to today? >> yes. i was chief in houma sector when president bush visited houma a first ever for that community twice, once in 2006 and a follow-up to see the progress
made in 2007. significantly the example you used, smugglers at will, they're choosing a location of their choice would load up vehicles, whether it was ten illegal aliens or 1,000 pounds of narcotics, we didn't know. we recorded 2706 known drive-throughs. a year later with the tactical infrastructure fence, we reduced that to six and we caught all of them. we reduced cross border illicit trafficking and crime by 95%. it can be done. but i think right now we have some leadership all the way up to the white house that don't even know the border patrol and have never been down there and actually one wonders whose side they're on. >> wow. stunning. please keep us posted. thank you very much. >> my pleasure. coming up, a new laptop sounds like a pricey end of the summer splurge.
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outdoor. retailers are moving things out to make room inventory for things like snow shovels and leaf blowers. first up we have a gas grill, a char broil grill. it's normally $199. it's on sale for 169. that's a savings of 15% off. you can get that at the home detail and free shipping. look for that on your big items. free shipping will be key for large items like that. >> that makes sense. patio furniture also? >> yes. for the big outdoor item. for me and you, we have this great coffee and cream colored outdoor patio furniture set. it's aluminum, great for all weather. it's five piece, comes with the willows. normally 2 thousand dollars. you're going to get it today for $899. what an incredible savings. >> good deal. kids going back to school. you need computers. >> yeah. this is an incredible savings from staples. they're having a blowout from electronics. you don't have to wait for cyber monday. this is 34% off.
in store, normally $499. but there is like $100 off in store. another $20 off. fifty dollars rebate that really drives down the price. also you can get great deals on digital cameras this time of year. don't forget the great school supplies. fifteen cents. when was the last time you put a dime and in this case toll buy something? the mini sharpies, 25 cents each. what a great deal. >> awesome. clothes, you can get good deals on? >> yeah. for kids for back to school, now is a great time to stock up on all the fall basics. we have faux leather, nice warms and cozies to take them into fall. also we have a great graphic up. great summery dresses. now is the time to stock up end of season, you can get great deals on zulilly. >> you just have to have storage for all your summer stuff for next year. >> absolutely. >> thank you very much. we're going to send it back to you inside. >> thanks so much. 7:56 now. they're jihaddists gone wild.
good morning, everybody. thanks for being with us today. it's monday, the 1st of september, it's labor day. i'm anna kooiman in for elisabeth hasselbeck. they are jihaddists gone wild. unreal. islamic militants throwing a pool party after taking over a united states compound in libya. is this another example of a foreign policy failure? ed henry weighs in straight ahead. and there he goes again. alec baldwin flying into a fit of rage. what in the world set him off this time? your e-mails are pouring in. some of hollywood's hottest
stars exposed literally. hackers claim they cracked apple's icloud and leaked celebrity's personal photos. is your data vulnerable, too? you better believe it. mornings are better with friends. >> you're watching "fox & friends." that's a great way to begin your day. >> yes, it is. we are all fill-ins this morning. >> that's right. i am so happy to have a job on labor day. >> yes. >> i'm happy i have a job. it's about labor day and being able to work. >> we're working hard this morning. >> that's what it was initially about in the 1800s. i think it's more about the unofficial end of summer. unfortunately, we've got sunshine on the way for the rest of the country. >> summer is still here. >> that's right. let's hit the beach. >> this morning we have the pleasure of bringing in ed henry from washington, d.c. to talk about the hot topics this morning. great to be with you. thank you for joining us. >> great to be with you. >> what did you make of this wild pool party that jihaddists threw at a united states
compound that they overtook? this looks more like something from spring break from colleges and high schools. >> it certainly does. i don't want to make too much of it and make too much light of it because you're right. this is pretty goofy, but meanwhile, this is a very serious security situation on the ground throughout libya and frankly throughout the middle east as well right now with jihaddists running wild. not just going wild. this is a very tense time right now all around the world. what fascinated me was the reaction from the american government and the libyan government as well. the american government, state department basically said, look, we think things are still pretty secure. everyone kind of calmed down. doesn't look that secure. thankfully this doesn't look like they were smashing things or that anyone was harmed. remember, our u.s. personnel had been taken out by president obama several weeks ago fearful of a desperate security situation like benghazi, number one. number two, libyan government said everybody calm down. these guys that are there, these jihadis are helping to protect
the compound. so these are the guys -- i'm not sure they're supposed to reassure us. these are the guys who are supposed to be protecting things. meanwhile, they're sort of running wild. it's a very bizarre situation on the ground in libya right now. >> also bizarre, the statement you alluded to from the state department, this is exactly what it says. at this point, we believe the embassy compound itself remains secure, but we continue to monitor the situation on the ground which remains very fluid. it certainly doesn't look very secure there. some said this group of terrorists isn't as barbaric as isis. is there such a thing as a moderate terrorist? what has to be. setting alarm bells off at the white house right now is the fact that beyond the republican criticism the president has been getting for appearing to be slow in reacting to isis is you have a top democrat, diane feinstein, senior member of the intelligence committee there, the actual chair of the committee, saying on "meet the press" yesterday that she thinks the president has been too cautious, saying in general the context is he's had a very
cautious foreign policy. she thinks sometimes that can be good instead of just jumping into things. but in this case, she said, she's concerned that the president's got to get going with this strategy that he referred to at the news conference last week that he doesn't have yet. >> exactly. speaking of strategy, there is a strategy coming out of the u.k. and today the british prime minister is laying out his counterterrorism plan. so is president obama's no plan strategy a signal to the rest of the world, especially isis and our enemies, that the white house has kind of withdrawn from the war on terror? >> reporter: certainly our key ally in david cameron is not doing president obama any favors by doing this very specific speech today that's coming up in just a couple of hours, laying out what his plan is. and on friday, having this news conference where he appeared to be very on top of the situation, talking not just about this specific situation with isis, but saying more broadly, radical islam is a problem and the brits are not going to sit back and wait. for that to happen 24 hours after the president's news
conference here in washington where he said he didn't have a strategy yet to deal with isis militarily inside syria was an awful contrast for the president. think about it, i'm heading to europe tomorrow because the president is going to estonia and then to wales where he'll see david cameron at the nato summit. they were supposed to be talking mostly about afghanistan, but you can bet now russia and ukraine as well as isis and spreading throughout the middle east will be a big issue at the summit and david cameron has shown a contrast to the president. >> it looks like the white house is still reeling from the president saying we don't have a strategy to defeat these guys. let's listen to what mike rogers, republican, had to say on the sunday show about that. >> we're spending a lot of time talking about things that we won't do. that's the problem. the president wants to tell you what he won't do and having a hard time putting a coalition together to tell them what they will do. you're not going to humanitarian aid isis out of iraq and syria. it's going to take more than that. there have been plans on the table. the president just did not want to get engaged in any way.
that is a decision. that is a policy. that is a strategy and it's not working. >> ed, the president was at a fund-raiser the other day and he was saying, you know with a? if you watch the nightly news, you think everything is falling apart. and he said the world has always been messy, but now you hear about it more because of things like facebook and twitter. that's world class spin right there. what are you reading to that that? >> remember who his audience was, it was hard core democratic donors. these are his fans who were at the fund-raiser in new york and rhode island of the he's probably hearing from them what in the world is going on? he's trying to calm them down because they've got these big midterms coming up. he needs to raise his campaign cash despite these crises because he's got to hold on to control of the senate. that's very much up for grabs now. it's interesting spin to say look, the world has always been messy, but the president told these donors behind closed doors, it's because of social
media we're hearing about it more. that seems bizarre. chuck hagel a couple weeks ago said the world is burning, the world is on fire right now. and that isis, this is like nothing we've ever seen. worse than al-qaeda pre9-11. it's odd for the president, he seems a little out of step with some of his own cabinet. >> also out of step, i was reading something like 32 grand or something per grand. >> fundraising is one thing which he's doing, but campaigning is another thing and there is a lot of democrats who don't want him going anywhere near their campaigns. with the mid terms right around the corner, are there more problems for president obama with the democrats? these battle ground states issues have kind of made a no fly zone for president obama. >> yeah. i think that's a phrase that's in politico this morning, that some of these states, i think this has always been expected to be a problem for the president. these key senate races that will decide control of not just the senate, but control the president's agenda for his final two years are in battle ground states where the president just
frankly is not very popular. the south is one of the worst areas for him. it's the area that he couldn't win in 2008, 2012. so for those senate battle grounds to be in states where he's not very popular is difficult for him and you're probably going to see a lot of these democrats saying thanks but no thanks, mr. president. we've known that for a while. >> i want to talk to you, is the relationship between the pentagon and the white house as icy as it seems? we've seen a totally different tone from the two. >> i'm glad you raised that because one of the things that didn't get as much attention at that news conference last thursday, i was sitting in the front row, the president beyond the no strategy comment also said look, the reason why we don't have this strategy to deal with isis in syria now is we're still waiting on the pentagon. josh earnest repeated that on friday in his daily briefing. i've talked to some senior military analysts and folks at the pentagon who say they've had plans for a long time. they're waiting for the president to make his decision. and they're not necessarily criticizing him. they're saying he's got to
deliberate. he's got to go through this. but to suggest they don't have plans yet is not entirely accurate. so again, it does seem like if you look at some of the public statements by his own defense secretary, as well as general martin dempsey, who a couple weeks ago said you can't defeat isis. he said this publicly. it's not any secret. at a news conference, he said to defeat isis, you have to go in to syria. so for the president then a couple weeks later at a news conference saying we still don't have a plan to deal with isis in syria is a serious disconnect. >> from the tone of general dempsey and also from chuck hagel, it seems like military action was about to happen. >> they seemed to be hipting at it. i think that was the other things that got lost in the president's news conference because of that statement about news strategy is what he wanted to do was put some brakes frankly maybe on his own national security team and say -- they keep saying the media is pushing us towards war. no. his own national security team, general dempsey and others, were
suggesting we were pretty close to it. >> ed, thank you very much. ed will be on "special report" tonight. we will be watching. >> thanks. now some headlines. >> thank you. labor day weekend plans end in horror when two teen-agers plunge 30 feet from a carnival ride. this happened at a church bazaar in el paso, texas. both of the teen-agers were hurt. one of them critically. a third person had to be rescued from the ride. fire crews believe it malfunctioned. witnesses say at least one of those people who fell was not wearing a seatbelt. five people are dead after their small plane crashes into a field north of denver, barely missing nearby houses. witnesses say that they heard the low flying plane sputtering just moments before it crashed. no word yet on what went wrong. a bittersweet return to racing for tony stewart. fans were thrilled to see him three weeks after that dirt track tragedy in new york.
a standing ovation for number 14, but the race was cut short. he was forced out after slamming into the wall. damaging the suspension and a tire. in virginia, it's a must win for him if he wants to participate in the chase for the sprint cup. alec baldwin caught on camera flying into a fit of rage in the hamptons. he went after a photographer who was snapping some pictures of his wife and baby. witnesses say that baldwin grabbed the guy's shirt, grabbed him and tried to put him in a head lock. you can see the cop trying to calm him down. the photographer decided not to press charges. this is not the first time baldwin has had a violent temper tantrum. last year he got in the face of that fox reporter and she was trying to interview his wife. he was screaming, calling her all sorts of names. those are your headlines. what a gentleman that guy
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same path. thanks in part to videos like this. >> you guys only knew how much fun we have over here. this is a real disneyland. >> that recruitment pitch came from a minnesota man killed in 2009. it's just one of many videos that peaceful muslims in minnesota are trying to stop. among them, somali community leader who joins me now from minneapolis. so minnesota, specifically minneapolis, is a recruiting ground for isis and they're targeting this community because there is a lot of young, impressionable muslims. what propaganda techniques does isis use to recruit these kids? >> well, they take advantage of the conditions of the young people. a lot of people argue the internet and videos and social media. i think that's partially true. but that's not the fact. the fact is that there are
recruiters on the ground that embrace these young and engage young men and women for years before they elevate them to videos and social media. >> you're an expert in trying to combat this. what techniques do you use to try to counteract this propaganda and then in the same token, non-muslims in america, what should we be doing, 'cause we're the first line of defense. what should we be doing to try to counteract this radicalization here at home as well? >> i think what we need to do, which is very effective, is that we need to engage young people into protective and positive activities. for example, if you look at all the young people who were radicalized and brainwashed were young people who are not -- most of them -- were not engaged in any activities or after school
programming, or leadership programming or anything. so we need to -- the recruiters and leaders are here. they are in every other community. not only in minnesota. we need to compete with them for the hearts and minds of the young people, from poverty into employment, into skills training, into programs that guide them and mentor them into positive way of life. >> all right. thank you very much. you're in a very unique position to help combat this home grown radicalism. we really appreciate what you're doing. thank you very much on this labor day. >> thank you for having me. coming up, a brand-new drug claiming to cut heart disease death by nearly 20%. is this too good to be true? we're break down the facts next. and caught on camera, illegal immigrants storming a california beach in broad daylight. eyewitness who took these pictures sharing the shocking
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5.1 million people in the united states suffer with heart failure at 24 million people world wide live with the condition. but experts are saying a new drug could change all that. >> dorks say the drug from pharmaceutical company nevartis is the biggest potential advance against heart failure in more than a decade and studies show it lowers the chance of death and hospitalization. >> what does it mean for the medical community and is it right for you if you have symptoms of heart failure? joining us is a physician at nyu medical center. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> because this could potentially be on the market by next year even, how does it work? >> first let's do a little background. heart failure is a very, very common situation in for americans. the heart muscle is not pumping as effectively as it should. there are different classes, different degrees of severity and yes, you can still live if
your heart is not pumping as adequately as it should. >> this is you live with chronic heart disease. >> right. reasons for people having chronic heart failure could be previous myocardial infarction, where the heart is not pumping as well. over the last few decades, there have been different medicines designed to enhance or improve the heart's pumping capabilities. what's interesting about this drug and why we're so excited about it, why is it so ground break is that there hasn't been a new f.d.a. approved treatment for heart failure in almost a decade. and what makes this so amazing, this study was an incredibly well designed study. that's very, very important to think about in terms of what are we doing? are we having a large enough patient population and sample population? what this drug has shown to do is to decrease cardiovascular death, decreased the hospitalizations for heart
failure and decrease all cause mortality. what i like is that we're taking what they understand about the physiology of heart failure and what's happening to the heart and they've specifically designed a drug to target those things. >> i also read that people who might be doing with this, it also makes their lives better. they don't have the symptoms in the same way. >> exactly. if you think about statistically, if we're doing this study to see how well it's performing and one thing that's interesting about this drug is that the study actually met all of the primary end points. it's also clinically meaninger for patients. are they more comfortable? able to walk further without shortness of breath and the answer is yes. so not only are they potentially living longer, but the time that they are alive is much more comfortable for them. >> sometimes when new drugs come out, people think whether it's lowering their cholesterol or blood pressure, that means their lifestyle doesn't have to change. is this drug going to be a magic bullet? >> look, the number, while statistically significant, the primary end point is what
percentage of patients died and the number was 20%. so it's not a cure for heart failure. it's basically going to improve the quality of life and improve long-term morbidity. >> this drug doesn't have a name yet. but when can people expect that this would be out in the market here in the u.s.? >> it's now being fast tracked for approval by the end of the year in this country. what that means is that it's going to enable the f.d.a. to sort of not necessarily bypass loophole, but get this approved more quickly for people who are clearly in need for it. again, the study is robust. >> the start of the coming year, doctors could talk to patients about it? >> yes. >> coming up, remember this kid catching heat from his neighbor for running a lemonade stand. the ironic trouble that that neighbor now finds himself in this morning. and a massive attack exposing pictures.
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♪ ♪ >> wow! how have you been spending your labor day holiday weekend? you've been tweeting and e-mailing all morning long. this comes from marie. >> she writes, my daughter and i went to ocean park, manila. the highlight of the day was feeding the penguins inside their nice cold arctic adventure exhibit. >> and john tweets, are we there yet? weekend trip to monroe, louisiana with rescue dogs camp.
>> sherry tweets, happy birthday. the weekend to my little one. >> and gregory tweets, labor day weekend, south plat river just outside of denver. that looks good. >> and linda tweets, labor day morning in asheville, north carolina. lot of carolina lovers. >> absolutely. here is major dan rooney at the folds of honor golf day supporting the families of our wound and fallen heros with pga legend jack nicklaus. >> i'm not going to lie, it looks like everybody is having a good weekend. >> yeah. >> i'm going to take a nap after this. >> so we told you last week about this cute little kid, t.j. guerrero, i believe, from florida, trying to sell lemonade like so many kids do. he's got this crotchety old neighbor trying to shut him down. take a listen from last week.
>> this lemonade stand is a very good business and that everybody else is supporting the lemonade stand. so i think he should, too. >> he says it's very loud and some of the people that come there use profanity. >> it does kind of make me upset the fact that he is kind of lying because nobody does that. but everybody else has supported me so much so that just brings me right back up. >> yeah. so he says that illegal businesses cause excesstive traffic in the neighborhood, illegal parking from too much noise and the large amounts of trash. first of all, if this kid is getting more traffic coming to the neighborhood for his lemonade stand, good for him. he's doing something right. >> he wants to be an entrepreneur. this guy, 61-year-old neighbor, is now being investigated himself for running a business out of his home without proper permitting and licensing. apparently some sort of financial business that he hasn't legally registered. >> this little hypocrite. it doesn't surprise me.
everybody is a hypocrite these days. there is a war on kids going on right now. you can't even go outside and sell lemonade. you can't have a pick sale in school. you can't even go like this, bam, bam in school or you'll get suspended. can't play tag, can't play cowboys and indians. football is too dangerous. we can't do anything anymore. >> what's so great about a kid with a lemonade stand is a kid saying i want to work. i want to support myself. i want to pay for my own something. i had a paper route since i was ten years ole making our own money. >> he said he wanted to pay his own cell phone bill. and wanted to buy his mom dinner. now that he's been making not just headlines here on "fox & friends," but international headline, even in europe, he's been getting an in flux of customers and made all kinds of cash and now making donations himself to things like the humane society. what a good kid. >> something tells me that the other guy is going to lose a little business. we asked you what you thought and someone on facebook said, it's pretty sad when a lemonade stand is a focus of adults. >> all right. and facebook from april, isn't
this almost always the case? the person break the laws is the one trying to divert attention of the supervisor, government. >> rhonda says, you know the old saying, what goes around comes around? it's true. you go, kid. >> that's right. karma got him. >> ainsley earhart, you're here with more headlines. >> got some other news to tell you about this morning. thank you so much. the family of joan rivers praying for a miracle this morning as doctors try to wake the 81-year-old from a medically induced coma. her daughter, melissa, releasing this statement saying, quote, thank you for your continued love and support. we are keeping our fingers crossed. sources telling the new york daily news the family's considering a lawsuit now after rivers stopped breathing during a procedure on her vocal cords at a new york city clinic. doctors are concerned the lack of oxygen to the brain could leave her if a vegetative state. a massive hack attack hitting hollywood. nude photos of more than 100
celebrities, including those two beauty, jennifer lawrence and kate upton, just leaked on line. the hacker was able to get the photos through a reported glitch in apple's icloud service. so how can you protect your phone from getting hacked? earlier on "fox & friends," kurt the cyber guy shared these tips. >> go with a stronger password. it doesn't matter if you're using icloud or another cloud service, you're going to have stuff up there that you want protected. a stronger password will help you. lock your device. if they don't althoughly lock, they need to lock. >> he also recommends if you have any important financial information, store it locally at home of the not on the icloud. the images are shocking. a mystery boat and group of about 20 illegal aliens storming that san diego beach in broad daylight. earlier the eyewitness who shot that footage shared the outrageous details. >> they didn't kind of walk,
some of them. like they were confident that it was okay what they were doing. >> at least seven of the illegals she saw were apprehended while the rest got away. by the next day, however, all 20 of them were u.s. border patrol -- in u.s. border patrol custody. he is known for owning trendsy restaurants around our country and appearing on iron chef usa. but now todd english arrested for driving drunk on long island. the 54-year-old celebrity chef getting pulled over around 3:30 in the morning. later in court posting a $1,500 bail. those are your headlines. back to you guys. >> thanks. so there is extreme weather out there. brand-new video into "fox & friends." the aftermath of a tornado that last night tore through worcester, massachusetts. 85 mile-an-hour winds tossing trees into cars and people's homes and this happening in the dark, which always makes
tornadoes much more scary. maria molina certainly knows all about that. you're tracking these storms for us and through your labor day. >> that's right. that storm happened yesterday between 8:10 and 8:14 p.m. eastern time in massachusetts. that's when that tornado touched down. it stayed on the ground for 1.7 miles. today we do have the risk for more severe storms stretching from parts of kansas up into portions of the great lakes and you are going to be look at that risk for more tornadoes, damaging winds and even large hail from some of the storms. the greatest tornado potential is going to be including portions of southwestern missouri, eastern parts of kansas, and also northeastern parts of the state of oklahoma. so that's going to be a big concern out there, especially during those afternoon and also during those evening hours. we do also have an area in the tropics that we are tracking and that storm system does have about a 60% chance of becoming our next named storm out there. tropical depression or a tropical storm over the next 48 hours as of the 8:00 a.m. update from the national hurricane
center. that's eastern time. the storm still looks relatively disorganized. we're still looking at an area of areas across the yucatan peninsula. hot across parts of the southeast, southern plains, you're looking at highs there, widespread in the 90s. low 90s in atlanta. for your actual high, but then you factor in the humidity. it will feel like 95 in atlanta. 98 in raleigh and 99 in the city of memphis. i'm going to toss it back inside. by the way, rick, i know you know about this, but today is the first day of meteor logical thaw. not astronomical fall. that's not 'til september 22. we'll see the shift in temperatures. it doesn't really feel like we've seen summer. >> until now. finally summer is here. people don't realize the typical conditions for a season don't coincide with the calendar.
meteorlogiccally rightng to one there. >> she was not. we are good buddies. coming up, after months of waiting, the white house finally, finally acknowledges the marine stuck in a mexican prison. but the response not what they had hoped for. marine sergeant tahmoreesi's mother spoke with her son and joins us live next. these moves are hard to ignore and she's 97 years old. the video that will have you laughing all day long. that's coming up. ♪ ♪ dad, i know i haven't said this often enough, but thank you. thank you mom for protecting my future. thank you for being my hero and my dad. military families are uniquely thankful for many things,
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we're a petition to free andrew tahmoreesi from a mexican prison received more than 134,000 signatures and finally it seems to be capturing the attention of the white house. seems like a victory. but will it finally help to fast track his release? jill tahmoreesi, his mother, is with us now. you just spoke with andrew. how is he doing? >> he's holding on. he's a marine, so he's got a lot of courage and valor. >> jill, 134,000 signatures, wasn't it supposed to be 100,000 signatures from the american people and the white house would address the issue? that happened back in may. what do you think took so long? >> i'm not sure, but what i asked for was the white house to urge or to expiate the due process to influence the due process and that hasn't hopped because the judge presiding over the case had to sanction the customs official in mexico for them to even release the border
surveillance tape. just now the 911 tape is in the judge's hands and the border surveillance. i would hardly say that was an expeditious due process. it's been six months. >> you think about what he's been going through and struggling with and then you hear from the white house and their statement just seems very straight to the point and very bland. i want to read it for you. we will continue to monitor the case and work with the mexican authorities as this case proceeds through the mexican judicial system. we continue to urge the mexican authorities to process the case expeditiously. is this enough? >> i would say that it is not been effective because andrew's case is not being expeditiously processed. there is a high serious urgency with this case. so i would expect things to move along. in fact, we don't even have another court date hearing. so i would say that it has not been effective and it needs to be ramped up. >> what's the latest with the
proceedings? is he going to be there for months, do you think? i remember you mentioning a winter coat. >> well, unfortunately, if there isn't even another court date set on the calendar, i can only presume that we could be approaching winter before there is a decision on this case. the presiding judge has two years to make a decision. >> let's remember the story goes back to that 911 call that your son made saying i'm lost. what can i do and they said son, i'm sorry. you're in mexico, we can't help you. he didn't mean to cross the border with those guns that are legal in the united states, illegal there. and he's being held against his will there. it's so unfortunate. if the president is watching this morning, jill, what do you say to him? >> i would say please, president obama, escalate that level of urgency that you say that you are asking mexico to expedite because one more day is one day
too many. >> you've had a long road with this and we do hope that it gets moving. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. 46 minutes after the hour. coming up, the u.s. open honoring veterans in a special way this week. how this wounded warrior made it to be one of the biggest stages -- beyond one of the -- be on one of the biggest stages in pro tennis. that's coming up next (vo) get ready! fancy feast broths. they're irresistabowl... completely unbelievabowl... totally delectabowl. real silky smooth or creamy broths. everything she's been waiting for. carefully crafted with real seafood, real veggies, and never any by-products or fillers. wow! being a cat just got more enjoyabowl. fancy feast broths. wow served daily.
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investigation. is this torture for cats? noah just can't figure out how to catch the evil red dot. turns out his owner put a laser pointer on his head. so every time noah moves, the laser pointer moves. and this video is sure to put a smile on your face. this grandma has all the right moves. see for yourself. ♪ ♪ >> 97 years old. >> we might be being punked on that. all right. from chasing enemies on the battlefield to chasing balls across the court, these wounded warriors are defying the odds, earning their place in the coveted role of ball person in this year's u.s. open. it's all part of the u.s. open's tennis association military initiative. and here to share their stories are retired sergeant first class todd reed, who is also the oldest ball person this year. sorry to give that you
designation. and retired sergeant chris bustamente. this has got to be an incredible honor. >> it is. it's been amazing. >> you've been do this for two weeks. since the open started. >> correct. >> i've got to imagine, first of all, you're 53, so you're the oldest. how does that feel? >> oh, it's wonderful. i'm glad to be out there doing this and to still be active like this and hopefully it inspires others to get out and do more. >> yeah. you were injured in desert storm. >> yes. >> how does this rank up there in some of the exciting things that you've had happen to you? >> it's right there at the top. it's definitely been a lot of fun. >> you guys are both tennis fans is that right? >> yes. >> so you've been out there now. what has been the most exciting part of being out there at the open and the single most exciting experience or person you've been able to work their game, their match? >> for me, actually watching the players kind of pick themselves up when they're down. i have seen a lot of players getting a straighted with mistakes they're making. but they walk off to the side
and sometimes you just think that they're trying to get it together. but they're actually talking and they're like come on, come on. you can do better than this. let's get back in the game. or you'll hear people in the audience be like, come on, rooting them on of the for me, i love watching them kind of self-motivate and then they jump right back into it and before you know t they're really back in the game again. >> here i thought you were going to say maria sharapova or something like this, and he pulls out something that tennis and sports teaches us, how much your mind plays an important part in that. talk to me about that. over your experience after your accident and losing your leg, what is the mind and how do you control that and how do you motivate? >> i think after my accident, losing my foot, the biggest thing is i wanted to get back in shape and get back into sports. that was a huge motivator for me at the time. and i've always been a huge softball fan. so to get back on the ball field was something that really pushed me. >> yeah. and chris, tell me about that.
what message do you have -- we have so many people who have returned from these wars who have physical and emotional issues that they're fighting right now. what kind of a message do you have to them from this experience for you? >> basically despite your injury or your disability, you have it within you to actually overcome and push forward and accomplish. so it's never too late to get back in the game, no matter what it is. >> that's so great. todd, tell me, of all of the players out there, there is a loft tennis fans, the most attended sporting convenient in our country. this happening right now. of all of the players out there, what is their reaction to you guys as you're out there? >> i would say probably -- my best experience with that was with victoria azarenka, i worked a matching a. after the match, she did an interview in the center of the court and then came directly over to the corner where we were standing and shook my hand and just basically said she wanted to tell me how much of a trooper i was and shook my hand, which i
thought that was great. >> that is incredible. that's incredible. guys, thank you so much for your service and enjoy this honor. how many more days do you think you'll be out there? >> i'm going to try to finish 'til the 8th. and on that note, i'd like to thank the program for having us. it's a real honor to be here. >> certainly it is an honor for you to be here. >> and it's great that they have military appreciation day and invited several wounded warriors to attend and watch the matches. >> awesome. thank you very much for your service and for being here with us this morningful enjoy your time. >> thank you. stay right here because there is more "fox & friends" coming up. one for the road is next. ♪ ♪
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we got one for the road. >> my last weekend after the napa earthquake, i went to napa and there was a winery who was incredibly gracious to let us go and shoot there at 12:30 in the morning. >> tough job. >> seriously, it was a tough job. i have some pictures from what it looked like after the -- is what it looks like now. we took this from my camera. that's with it looked like after the earthquake knocked all of those barrels of wine over and she sent me this. they sent this to me and they have a new -- it's all clean. >> they said it's good wine. >> all weekend long we celebrated national bacon day on the show. so i had to get some bacon strips. >> george bush making an appearance over the weekend, baylor unveiled a new statue in his likeness. and george w. did the coin toss, very nice, to see him back in
action. >> that's great. he offered last words of encouragement to bryce petty. >> yeah. speaking of football, florida state, that was a close one on saturday night. got it in there. >> after the show show coming up >> chaos continuing in libya. it reached the abandoned up s. embassy in tripoli. that embassy being guarded by that islamic militant group. all of the area near by has been overone. >> the so-called dawn of libya group he telling the associated press that they have been in control of the abandoned post