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hi, everyone. good morning, today is sunday, the 19th of october, 2013. i'm anna kooiman. we begin with a fox news alert. she disappeared more than a month ago and now a grizzly discovery in the search for hannah graham. human remains found near the family home of a suspect already in custody. the developing details straight ahead. and a meeting saturday night at the white house on the ebola crisis, but one man who wasn't there? the president's new ebola his czar. where was he? this as the president doubles down on the travel ban. >> we can't just cut ourselves off from west africa where the disease is raging. trying to seal off an entire
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region of the world if that were even possible could actually make the situation worse. >> but can we cut ourselves off? should we? the debate ahead. and keep your eye to the sky today. you won't want to miss this super-sized comet. because it only happens once every million years. you probably won't see it again if i was a betting man. "fox & friends" begins right now. welcome in. >> good morning. >> welcome to "fox & friends" this sunday morning. coming up, we'll tell you what marketing companies are doing to your social media photos. for instance, tucker, you posted a picture of yourself eating a baby belt cheese. they are going to target you for advertising now because of what you post on social media. but first, an alert on
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breaking news. a body has been found connected in the search for the missing university of virginia student hannah graham. it was discovered not far from charlottesville, virginia, on an abandoned property that happens to be just steps away from the home of the chief suspect in this case, jesse matthew. >> the body or remains of morgan harrington were found after she was abducted, raped and murdered. graham's parents have been notified by law enforcement. they did this ahead of holding a press conference. they are saying that they are not certain that these human remains belong to hannah graham, but they have called off the search, which was set to begin again today. they have called that off. let's take a listen to what law enforcement had to say. >> today's discover sri a significant development. and we have a great deal of work ahead of us.
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we cannot jump to any conclusions regarding today's discovery. so i ask for the public's patience as we pursue a new death ongoing investigation. >> a lot of questions are still unanswered because the identity of the body, we know it could take weeks to truly identify the body from dna evidence, dental evidence. we're going to have a forensic expert on the show to break down how this all goes on behind the scenes and what they are looking for. >> why it is important to have a body in all of this. and when you start connecting the dots with all of this, with jesse matthew being a dna match to evidence found with the harrington site and her body. and also being a match for a sexual assault where the girl was a i believe to get away in 2005 and come up with a sketch
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for a face that looks very much like jesse matthew. >> we are learning a lot more about his background. the background of 32-year-old jesse matthew. there he was on the screen. he was forced to leave two separate virginia universities. liberty university in lynchburg, and christopher newport, after two women accused him of forcible rape. he was not indicted in either case but forced to withdraw after two women accused him of rape. also n the interviews, various bar patrons said he was a familiar person on the scene, often seen lurking in the shadows of the bars following girls very drunk. >> and a week after she went missing, hi bizarrely showed up at the police department, asked for a lawyer and drove off as fast as he could after being named as a person in the case. >> and they found him camping on a beach in galveston, texas, and
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took him into custody for abduction and attempts to file. they presumed he was wanting to sexually assault her like the other women we have mentioned. >> we'll have more on this as the show continues. we'll talk about another big story we are following here, which is ebola. and the president is holding a meeting with his top communications team yesterday. it's a similar meeting to one he held on friday but noticeably absent from both meetings was this guy, ron clayton, the new czar of ebola under the obama administration. but he wasn't there. so you think your top guy in charge of this investigation and leading this coordination effort would be at that meeting. the all hands on deck meeting. >> he's probably at the house doing his rounds. wait, he's not a doctor by a lobby best and a party hack. and he didn't bother to show up. the white house's explanation is he doesn't start for a couple more days.
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oh, really? his union contract hasn't been finalized? >> we are going to give him the weekend off. >> because ebola is taking a break, why don't we. >> he still has paperwork to fill out they are saying. texas congressman michael burgess say this is is bizarre having an ebola czar who has no medical experience. many people are saying, is this the right guy for the job? >> can i say it is bizarre in this czar? for two weeks i keep saying the president needs a point person, a general in this war against the virus because we are not whipping right now. i actually wanted to see a military person to be able to do that because he needs someone who can cut through all the layers of federal bureaucracy. >> of course, still at this hour, the president is doubling down on his idea to not issue a travel ban while other experts are coming out to say even ahead of the medical center saying, we've had a long history of doing travel bans or at least
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quarantining individuals to come into the united states going back to the cholera epidemic in new york city when people would get off the boat, we managed to stop that dead in its tracks. >> this is the president's rational for this. he laid it out in as clear terms as he had. watch. >> we can't just cut ourselves off from west africa where this disease is raging. our medical experts tell us the best way to stop the disease is to stop it at its source before it spreads even wider and becomes even more difficult to conta contain. trying to seal off an entire region of the world, if that were even possible, could make the situation worse. >> this guy has no idea, literally no idea what he's talking about. first, you can work to fight ebola in liberia and still restrict travel to united states. you don't need a perfect solution, but no solution is not good. we are not going to get ebola under control in west africa as long as there are wars going on
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in west africa. that's one of the reasons the disease has spread in the first place. people are coming from the interior of the countries to the cities, monrovia, for example, fleeing war. it's disorder. it's chaotic. that's why this is happening in the first place. are we going to fix that? no, we are not. >> initially the president said it is important to send in the medical workers and then they said, let's add charter flights instead. it will make americans less safe if we have a travel ban because people are lying about travel history and won't seek medical attention. how did thomas duncan get here in the first place? he lied about his travel history and about not caring for a woman who had ebola. last night on fox news colonel allen west said we need a travel ban. >> we need to quarantine the nurses we have here in the
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united states. why are we so concerned about the fact that the one nurse, amber vincent, was able to get on a plane and travel. so the obama administration needs to go back to make sure they understand the number one priority is to protect the american people. and if they have some type of restricted travel ban in place, mr. duncan wouldn't have gotten here to the united states of america. >> the first thing i would do is -- i don't fault anybody in liberia or any of the countries for why they come here. this guy came from liberia, what did we do? spent a half million on medical care. he died but the united states helped him. that's the mess age to everyone else. rational people come here, why wouldn't it be? >> our federal government has a responsibility to protect its citizens. we we are talking, some of the conversations before the show were crazy and fun. we were talking about ground beef this morning before the show. >> not in flattering terms. >> but if there's e. coli in ground beef and we are worried about it coming into the united
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states to sicken the people in the united states, we cut it off. >> you are not going to import it. >> you are not going to import it. we won't do it until it's safe for the american public. let us know your thoughts on this on our facebook page. >> there's a political component to this, we'll state the obvious. that the president feels like it would offend his base if he were to put a travel ban in place, there's no question about that. there's a midterm election in a few weeks. that plays a role. >> go to our facebook page to answer the questions there. we have the headlines now. we'll start with another fox news alert. overnight a pumpkin festival turns into a night of mayhem at a new hampshire college. students in keene state are flipping cars and lighting fires. riot police attempting to detain the crowds as witnesses blame
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drunken festival celebrations that just got out of hand. >> they started letting off fireworks, kids started climbing up trees, throwing buckets. everything started getting kind of crazy and that's when the riot police started coming in. >> this guy was hit with a rubber bullet, he was like, dude, help me. i said, no. they started closing down the street and pepper spraying people, it was crazy. >> several people were hospitalized with minor injuries. there is no update on how many were arrested. and the search for accused cop killer eric frein back in full force in the pocanos mountains. a woman walking her dog near a local high school is claiming she came within feet of frein who was covered with mud and carrying a rifle. police have been searching for him since september 12th after they say he ambushed a state police barracks killing one trooper and injuring another.
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right now a warning to hundreds of people on or near san diego state's university campus after a freshman student dies of meningitis. 18-year-old sarah steltzer dies just days after contracting the virus. they want members of her sorority and those who attended frat parties earlier this month to get preventive medication. and have you heard? a once in a million year event happening today. a mountainside comet call ed sighting spring is set to pass within mars, a third of the distance from the earth to the moon. you can watch a live stream on the space observatory website starting at 2:00 p.m. eastern. >> we have a camera there, looks
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fan that fantastic. the outer bands of hurricane ana are shutting down highways in hawaii. it reaches tropical storm status by tonight. let's go to rick for the latest. >> not a direct hit from the hurricane but very strong winds. this is the center of the storm right there now moving to the western islands of kauai. we are not going to get a direct impact at all, but we'll see the outer bands to bring rain and strong swells. so be very careful out at the beaches in hawaii today. here's your temps, notice a much, much cooler day across the eastern seaboard. look at the temps, 30s across the jersey mountains. there you go. fall is here, my friend. thank you. coming up, more on a "fox news alert." the search for the missing university student takes a grizzly turn. new remains are found near the
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also, they found it in a place that could be more -- it could be a structure. they weren't very clear about that, which mean that is the body could be rather preserved. >> not too far from morgan was found, but not found in a field, so the difference here is finding the bod academy a structure would help authorities? >> absolutely. because skeletal remains make it very difficult to determine any kind of manner of death. you saw that in the casey anthony trial. nobody could determine whether the child was murdered, so of course the jury went not guilty. this case could be really complicated because, in fact, they know that jesse matthew was with her that night. so to find some of his dna on her would be natural. it wouldn't necessarily mean that he killed her at all. so it could get complicated. >> okay. so dna can be of different sorts. what about finding semen or other body fluid? >> that's a different story.
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if the body is well preserved, they will find other things. if it is skeletal remains, because it's been five weeks, you won't find any of that. so that's the complication for this. >> how difficult for prosecutors will it be to put together a case based on the evidence you know right now at this stage? >> it seems really obvious to most of us, but i think that if there's no forensic evidence that is of that type, you know, if it is not semen or a bodily fluid, he was with her. there's no reason a piece of his hair could be on her. so it could be complicated to prove it. >> so we are hearing now at one of the schools he attended that he was forced to withdraw from, there was one woman who disappeared while he was there. do you think police are treating this potentially as a serial kill her? >> i think they have to. especially because they have released there's a dna link with harrington. so it's exactly the same kind of crime as this. and it just is very obvious to
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the rest of us. when you get down to the actual criminal trial, it could be dicy. >> we have a few weeks so understand from your expertise that this will take a little bit of time for them to confirm this is hannah graham. what are they looking for in that time to confirm that? >> well, like i said, depending on the status of the body, uh know they already have her dna and have jesse matthew's dna. so it could go faster than average. >> jennifer, thank you. nurses high on drugs while taking care of you. they were fired, right? well, not so fast. a disturbing investigation is next. and it's not just your friends checking out your selfies. this is what clayton was talking about. curt the cyber guy is talking about how big companies are keeping an eye on you. how to keep your information safe is coming up. come on in.
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good morning, everyone. 24 minutes after the hour, some quick headlines. u.s. oil strikes hit key oil facilities in isis. top generals say cutting the money flow will limit the terror grown up's ability to find in iraq. and a spectacular sendoff for the navy's newest warship.
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the "uss detroit" launch ed and is delivered to the navy in 2015. 1.8 billion photos are sent to instagram every day. big brands are now using software such as one called ditto to scan photos to look for clues about prospective customers. how to keep your information safe and do we need to worry about it? here is curt the cyber guy. >> you read this, look at the story and see what ditto looks at. brilliant people got together. they are doing stuff that is really smart, but at the same time just raises my dander on privacy because you cannot control any of this stuff. what they are doing, here are
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the basics, ditto labs is going into the 1.8 billion photographs. and now that number just mounts and mounts, and they look through the photographs. they have developed software to pick up logos and 2500 different details in the photos. then they align your face and store it with that logo. and are you happy? they actually have a way to measure your emotion on your face and store that along with that particular product. >> if you're holding a coke, you're happy drinking coke, they will target advertising to you. i can imagine this would be valuable to sell to facebook and other places. one of the key points you make is, don't post to public sites. don't back them up there. maybe you sustain them on a backup hard drive or store them in smugmug. >> or just the photo site you're on, you go to change the settings if they are there where they are not public. a lot of people have an
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instagram account but it is not public. check the settings and set the privacy controls and really tighten it up. once it is out there, you really have no way to bring it back in. and while this sunt seem harmful at the onset, i just don't want people collecting photos on me, matching my name with it, matching my family with it and saying, guess what? because kurt wears adidas, he could be in the 12% of people who also like justin timberlake. that's what they are doing. they are matching up, if you buy this one thing, chances are you also want the three other things. good way but also put us in a pigeon hole. >> don't post your photos at all. >> that's the extreme reaction. just don't post any photos at all and none of this will be a problem for you, especially if you don't let your other friends post. that's extreme reaction to it, but this is an interesting way
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to see what is happening in social media with your photographs on there. it is surprising to people. go to foxandfriends.com and we'll have additional tips to walk through and kind of get a handle on this as best as you can. >> kurt, great to see you. >> great to see you, clayton. halloween get-up goes adorably wrong. >> are you getting a picture or video? >> i'm okay! >> pick up that minion. the cutest video you'll see all day, that's next. and brad pitt is back at the box office this weekend, but is the new film fury worth your $10? kevin mccarthy with his review, next. >> you think it can't get worse and it can, it will. the dying's not done. >> i promised a long time ago i would keep them alive.0n0 mack!) (whoooosh! smack!)
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spontaneous. the video is going viral with a million views and counting. >> the dog is eating all the bugs. >> and his cheeks are fluttering. a fox news alert to start with, moments ago a carnival  passenger carrying a1w monitored for ebola returned to dock. the health care worker may have handled contaminated specimens from thomas duncap, the first ebola patient inside the united states. thedid not have direct contact with duncan and is not showing symptoms. a horrific site on the streets of california after a pickup truck slams into two women on purpose. the driver hitting them not once but twice ticked off. >> all of a sudden the red truck bulldozes he out of nowhere. one of the girls went flying. when she hit the ground, the truck ran over her again. >> as police arrived the truck
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returned leaving cops on a chase. the 21-year-old man was arrested. the hit-and-run was motivated by a bad breakup. the condition of the women has not been released. and a scary thought, nurses abusing drugs while on the clock just like the tv show "nurse jackie." >> i started relylying on painkillers, totally self-correcting. >> i need to go to rehab. >> the new york post is reporting 50 new york city area nurses have been disciplined when they used drug use while working and are reportedly getting slapped on the wrist. still being allowed to work because the board of regents takes too long to review their cases. and this halloween costume is one in a minion. >> okay, here, hold this. are you getting a picture, a video? oh! >> i'm okay!
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>> his "despicable me" costume is a little heavy for the toddler inside, be through little guy gets right back up. the outer bands of hurricane ana hitting hawaii with strong winds, waves and heavy rain stranding motorists. >> ana centers 100 miles away from honolulu reaching tropical storm status by tonight. we'll go to rick for the latest on the status. >> this is the third storm this season they have had, which is unheard of getting three kinds of tropical storms or hurricanes in the area. this is not making a direct impact but bringing lots of rain and wind and big waves. this is the radar picture out of hawaii. you can see honolulu there getting most of the rain. we will see it increase in kauai where you see hawaii receive the brunt of this and pull off to the northwest away from the
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area, which will be some good news. it will be done by tomorrow. all right, back across the lower 48, a chilly day across the northeast. the chilliest day so far we have seen this year, but it will be mostly dry. down across the southeast, a dry day with a spectacular one and rain showers moving in across west texas and eventually in towards parts of new mexico. look at the temps across the northern plains, 70 today in bismarck. for mid-october, you have 70. 68 in minneapolis with plenty of sunshine. it is a great day to enjoy. then out across the west, we have a very light rain across new mexico. higher elevations into colorado and parts of eastern arizona. a bunch of california is looking great. then more rain showers into this area by this afternoon with a rainy week ahead across the coastal areas. all rain, not snow. still too warm this time of the year. back to you inside. 71 this time of the year in wyoming. beautiful. >> and teaming up at the box
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office to take down the nazis. bill murray takes on his first role as a babysitter. with his reviews of the top movies, our friend kevin mccarthy. >> good morning, claytop, anna and tucker. how are you doing? >> so are they worth it? >> "fury" is interesting. brad pitt plays an army argument who essentially is commanding a sherman tanker world war ii and his film crew is behind the lines. you are in the sequences with the actors and characters. it is realistic but one of the things is that david air uses a lot of real effects instead of the computer images, so you feel like you are there. it starts out slow but gains a lot of traction with a lot of human drama and the action is fantastic. the sound effects are insane. i give the movie a four out of
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five. when it comes to warld war ii films, those are the classic move vies, the best years ofí#0r lives. it doesn't live up to the classic status but is a solid world war ii movie. my grandfather said the best world war ii movie was called "the best times of our lives." i spoke to brad pitt on the red carpet here at the premier, and he said to me about his kids, i wanted to know, can your little kids watch your r-rated movies? and this is what he had to say. >> it will be different. it's not certainly one for no age limit, but i saw interestingly, even hard-core films at a very young age, and i'm all right. i'm all right. so i think as long as they understand and are getting to see the world and all sides of this, the world is a lovely place but also a very violent
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place. >> my original flight club ticket from "[ñ1999. >> wow. that's geekum. >> wow, that's geekum. he was looking for a nice word to say. >> ic think he was a little creeped out. >> i'm a huge fan of bill murray, what is this about? >> "whiplash" is unbelievable. i can't begin to describe to you the intensity i felt in this film about a young drummer who is in a jazz conservatory and being mentally and physically abused by j.k. simmons. i'm telling you, come out and you will hear the name for an academy award nomination. it's the most intense in horror action movies i have seen. i'm telling you the performances are amazing, the editing is amazing done by a 29-year-old guy. it's incredible to watch. five out of five.
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out of 100 movies i have seen, i've given four a four out of five. definitely see this movie, a five out of five. the movie you're mentioning is ca called "vincent." >> there's another nerd alert. >> anna, you are the best, i love you. >> thank you, kevin. >> thank you, guys. coming up, zero health care experience. none. but he's the democratic party political hack and has been tapped by the white house to take on the ebola crisis. is this the right pick? and the cat burglar in the truest sense of the phase. but he didn't know he was caught on camera. my name's louis, and i quit smoking with chantix.
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welcome back. some quick headlines for you. a real cat burglar caught on camera stealing a massive inflatable halloween decoration. right from the front yard of a texas home. first he takes the stakes out of the ground and turns off the fan and deflates the giant cat. once all the air is out, he gathers it up and walks away. i'm not sure if they caught him or not. and the 11th pumpkin regatta going on in oregon. the winner getting cash and bragging rights. anna? thank you, clayton. president obama appointing a
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former democratic member ron klain as the ebola czar. he was a lawyer for the al gore 2000 recount and a lobbyiest for fannie mae. and he was displayed by kevin spacey in the movie "recount." radio talk show host richard faller and michael warren are here to debate this. cthank you for being here with us. richard, i'll start with you, you think he's the right man, why? >> with the midterm election two weeks away, ifst the job of one party to show leadership, but if you talk to a lot of doctors, they say you want somebody who is not necessarily a medical professional but somebody who says the train needs to run on
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time with the ebola crisis. the government has no control over america's hospitals so there's no tease here, just information gathering to make sure you move along the trains and the pieces at the same time. i think ron is very capable of that. >> the federal government is trying to stop ebola from our shores and failing to protect health care workers from being exposed. now they think frieden is not the right man for the job, but they need an ebola czar, is this just as much of a political problem as an ebola problem? >> he's a democratic operative working in the senate on the you dish area committee when clarence thomas was was being confirmed and all of that chaos there back in the '90s. so i think that it tells you a lot about the white house's perception of what they need to do with this ebola crisis, that it is a p.r. crisis and something they really have to have explained to the american people. but it doesn't really sort of
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justify a new position. i actually called the white house on friday to try to figure out what exactly is ron clayt clayton's position. i don't think they have been very clear who he is answering to and what his authority is. i think that's a real problem if we are doing or dealing with a public health crisis, to be what this is. >> richard, is this part of a broken promise from the president who said he wouldn't have any lobbyists in his white house and he was a lobbyist for fannie mae. >> the truth of the matter here is that the federal government nor could anybody do anything to stop ebola from getting to our shores. this is not necessarily a crisis. let's be real, there are three individuals diagnosed with ebola all stemming from one hospital and one passenger who lied on his entry papers into the united states. so what this president is doing here is showing the country he can lead and what ron klain's
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job is to make sure to trains are running on time. and to make sure the three individuals are the only ones who havehñ  ebola. there's no more cases since these three have been diagnosed. >> i'm going to give you the final word on this, michael, the president held a rare meeting on saturday about ebola yet the new ebola czar was missing. do you find that bizarre? >> yeah, i don't know what the ebola czar is going to be doing. you have to make sure the trains are running on time, but the problem is coordinating with agencies. >> wait a second, that's exactly the problem. the problem is to make sure the coordination is happening from the federal, state and local level. the health care workers and according to management, managing the state health care officers, they are coordinating with the federal government. that's exactly what we need here. >> right. administrative health and being an expert in implementation, but
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it appears the chief of staff is not necessarily administrative position either. both of you, thank you for your time today. we'll continue this during the commercial break. appreciate it. >> thank you. 48 minutes after the hour, coming up, it is not land of the free unless you are inside the zone. >> can you move to the free speech area for me? make the residence more comfortable with this situation. >> if we don't move, what is going to happen? >> i'm going to call the ashland police department. >> outside of the freedom of speech zone? does this really happen? and they went through it all in vietnam and then separated for decades. you have to see the heartwarming reunion 40 years in the making. crest gave one friend crest 3d white whitestrips,
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welcome back. students in southern oregon university claim they were bullied by school officials for handing out constitutions on campus. according to the university, they were outside the free speech zone. >> can you guys move to the free speech zone offered? >> if we don't move to the free speech area, what happens? >> i'm going to have to call the ashland police department and it's going to get a little more complicated in what you guys are doing here. >> no, it's only 1% of the
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college campus. is student freedom being oppressed? decemb reform.com is caleb, thank you for joining us. 1% to which the son ciconstitut applies. >> yeah, southern oregon university, they made a mockery of the first amendment with this. so does every other university across the country with spree feature zones restricting a student's right to 1% of the campus. it's absurd and has been proven time and time again in federal court to be unconstitutional. >> well, also the southern oregon university is firing back to say, that video is not real. here's what they had to say about it. students were not forced to move to the free speech zone or prevented from handing out their literature. what do you say to them? >> they ultimately were not
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forced and forcibly moved over there, but if you watch the leadership movie at ca campusreform.org, the students were trying to hand out the constitution and were trying to make the point that free speech should not be delegated to one tiny little area on campus. they were trying to interact with students in a civic engagement and the administrators are clear. they say, look, you have the right to free speech, but you have to do it over there. and that is what the problem is. one in six colleges all across the country have free speech zones. even though they are proven to be unconstitutional. and students are standing up concerned about this and trying to change things. >> well, wait a second, here you have authority telling the kids to call the police if they exercise their constitutionally protected freedom of speech where. is the justice department in this? they have no trouble swooping into other jurisdictions when it
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suits their politics. have they come in to tell the school to back off to exercise their first amendment rights? >> yeah, they have told the kids to -- they are fine doing what they do now because we published the story. >> where is ccsu on this? >> good question. coming up on the show, a body found not far from where the uva student was last seen. and the city of houston not backing down demanding pastors tun over their sermons. one of the men says they chose the wrong map to deal with. more on this coming up. you got the bargain kind?
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life opens up with a whiter smile. hello, good morning, it is sunday, the 19th of october, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. we begin with a fox news alert. she disappeared more than a month ago and a grizzly discovery found in the search for hannah graham. human remains found near the suspect already in custody. more details straight ahead. a cruise ship full of people including a woman who came in contact with a texas ebola patient justrbmocked in galveston. a live report from the ground is coming straight up. and they were brothers at arms in vietnam. then separated for decades. you have to see this heartwarming reunion 40 years in the making. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now.
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hello, everyone. welcome to "fox & friends" this morning. >> police are confirming they have found human remains in the search for the missing university of virginia student hannah graham. >> authorities are still awaiting confirmation from forensic scientists. so what are they looking for and what can we learn from the latest developments? joining me is homicide detective and fox news contributor rod wheeler. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> you have been following this story for a month ago, 35 days since hannah graham was last spotted on the surveillance video, what do you make of the recent development is this. >> the most recent development as we all know, there were remains found yesterday right outside the walnut creek park, which is only 9 1/2 miles from where anna was abducted. what is huge about this and this is a huge development, guys, that the police now have a crime scene that they can go in and try to recover more evidence.
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and that's exactly what they are doing right now as i speak. they spent all day yesterday on the crime scene gathering evidence. what they want to try to determine is whether or not, and this is critical, whether or not matthew's was at the crime scene at some point.;2iç they were -- i think they will show that pretty quickly. they will also know the identification of the remains by tuesday at the latest. based off dental records, although one of my sources has told me that law enforcement was able to recover some items of clothing from the crime scene, which closely resembles that hannah was wearing the night she disappeared. >> we see that in the video, right? from the homicide detectives point of view, rod, are they using the termer is yal kill her? serial kill her? >> not yet. we do have a serial killer. we have an individual and i honestly believe it is jesse
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matthew. connect the dots, we simply connect the dots. look at the similarities with all these cases, even morgan hardi harrington's case. this is not far from where morgan harrington was killed back in 2009. so all these things will be related and i think the police pretty much now have a good lead in terms of where they are going to go to gather more evidence and pin as many of these cases as they can on jesse matthew. >> i think they have a lot of circumstantial evidence. what is likely that he will confess to this? is the lawyer preventing them from talking to him? >> as far as i know now, and this is what my very reliable (q says, jesse matthew claims he won't say anything. and that's okay. with the crime scene from yesterday, the police now are able to gather a lot more direct physical evidence, i believe,
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that is going to link jesse matthew to the crime scene. i think we'll see a charge of murder in the first degree come down probably very quickly in this case. remember, that's all that is left in this case, to link him to the crime scene. and i think using bodily fluids, i think the mud and grime from his car that matches probably the crime scene yesterday. all of these things are going to be evidence used against jesse matthew in the case. >> we have the side by side of morgan harrington and hannah graham and jesse matthew in the middle. but it is not just two women, his dna is found in a sexual assault from 2005 when he was accused of rape twice. the charges were never filed as the women never brought charges. so are authorities focusing on this case or doing what you're mentioning, connecting the dots to try to link them together? >> i think a combination of both, anna.
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they are focused on this case to charge him with murder if the remains show she was murdered, and we do believe she was. at the same time, they are working with agencies here in the d.c. area and down in charlottesville to see what other similarities they can match that would ultimately lead them to a person such as jesse matthew. i think they can do that relatively quickly now. >> how open is the crime scene and the location to relatives for jesse matthew? >> it is huge. as a matter of fact, let me give you an idea of this area. and i'm very similar with the area right off highway 29, which is a major roadway that leads directly from charlottesville to north river virginia, which is a small town where the remains were found. it's a direct shot. this is an area, this is and area that jesse matthew was very familiar with.
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he grew up in the area, so the police looked many the area before they looked again yesterday. and now they are able to locate that. >> thank you. moments ago the carnival cruise ship carrying a woman being monitored for ebola docks at a texas port. good morning, will. >> reporter: so far none of the passengers have been able to come off the cruise ship that came to port at 5:00 a.m. central time here. on board the lab technician that dealt with thomas eric duncan's specimens. duncan is the liberian man who died in dallas. the last technician did not have direct contact with duncan but just handled his specimenspecim. a helicopter flew to the scene to get blood samples from the woman, but the ship has not been
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able to make it to port before now. she's one of many people being monitored across the united states. >> this is a critical weekend. if we don't see new patients to see the remainder of those 48 that we were tasked with following come off the list. >> reporter: as for those who came down with ebola, nina pham is in fair condition. we learned her boyfriend and three family members are now in isolation being monitored for ebola symptoms. amber vincent is in atlanta at emory hospital in stable condition. vincent is the nurse who flew from dallas to ohio and back last week. we are now learning that 100 people are being monitored in ohio for ebola. and then you can expect the cdc to change the guidelines to require health care workers deal
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with ebola patients. they will be covered head to toe and all of this happens while they are continuing to be in the national debate for the travel ban. you can expect that to continue in the coming day. back to you. a cruise ship just pulled up there. thank you, will. >> another fox news alert, overnight a pumpkin festival turns into a night of mayhem at a new hampshire college. hundreds of students were seen flipping cars, lighting fires and tearing down street signs. riot police are attempting to detain the crowd with tear gas and rubber bullets. >> they started letting off fireworks, kids were climbing trees and throwing buckets.
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and that's when the riot police started to come in. >> a kid hit bay rubber bullet was down, and i was like, no, and i ran away. then they started closing down the street and pepper sprayed people. it was crazy. >> dozens of people were arrested and several others were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the search for accused cop killer eric frein is back in full force this morning in the pocanos mountains. a woman walking her dog near a local high school claims she came within feet of frein who was covered in mud and carrying a rifle. police have been searching for him since september 12th after they say he ambushed a police barracks killing one trooper and injuring another. right now a warning going out to hundreds of people on and near the san diego state university campus after a freshman student dice of men united states. 18-year-oldseltzer passed away just days after being
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diagnosed. now officials are contacting 400 people who may have been in contact with her. members of her sorority and those who attend ed a get-together with her should get tested. rick bueller and joe martinez became best friends as teenagers serving with the u.s. navy. but after the war they lost contact and had no luck finding each other until martinez'smlaa relatives found mueller's address online. the pair promises to keep in touch and will promise to vacation with one another and their families. and we'll check in with rick and the latest on hurricane ana. good morning.
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>> we are seeing a lot of rain across hawaii, especially oahu and later this afternoon we'll see -- we are six hours different, but we'll see that move into kauai. take a look at what is happening across the u.s., 45 degrees in care bough where we'll see today's high temperatures. and i think we have the wrong weatheréo2ód maps up there. check weather 8 for me. here's your high temperatures for the day. 71 in kansas city. if we don't have weather right there, then this is all i have for you right now. it is. there you go. we have some cooler temps across the northeast, but today is looking good. back to you inside. >> that is all you've got? >> that is all i've got right now. coming up. a huge win for voter advocates
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here is jay christian adams. thank you for joining us this morning. >> good morning. >> i want to read you a quote from the till attorney general eric holder about the supreme court decision in favor of elections, he says it's a major step backyard to let stand a law that is federal court after a leng lengthy trial was designed to deskr deskr deskrim desciminate. >> you can't change the rules before the election so one last time to use voter i.d. in texas, but here's what eric holder is scared about. if they hold this election in texas and all of the claims that minorities will not be able to vote prove to be untrue, because
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there will be data, they can tell, if all the claims that voter i.d. is the coming of jim crow and stops minorities from going to the polls, it will be egg on his face and look like they are crying wolf from the very beginning. the same thing happened in north carolina where the supreme court allowed rules to stay in place there and it has these civil rights groups and the d.o.j. in a very tough position if the facts on the ground prove otherwise. >> when did we all agree that having to show an i.d. is racist? can't you say that this is used to prevent people from driving vehicles? are those racist, too? >> those things aren't in the constitution like the right to vote, free of racial discrimination. but you know what? getting married is and so is owning a gun, but you have to use i.d. for that. here's the problem for texas. that court down in corpus christi, a federal court, found that this law was enacted for
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racial intent. that is a factual finding. and it is almost impossible to reverse that on appeal. courts of appeal let the judges below have their factual finding. what texas aught to do with what governor perry aught to do and attorney general abbott aught to do is immediately call for a special session or get new legislation that parents south carolina or georgia or any of the other places like arizona that have had their voter i.d. held. just pass the same law and cut the legs from out of eric holder. >> have they made the case that, there's a lot of voter fraud in the united states, is there not? does the administration not think that's a big deal? >> well, they put that evidence up and that's the problem texas has is that the lower court found that this law was enacted with a racially discriminatory intent. it is almost impossible to escape from those factual findings, whether we think crazy or not, but the lower court
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found it. so the problem is this law is probably doomed. and the way that texans care about the integrity is to pass a new law quick. >> it lub interesting to know how they prove intent. do they have e-mails from one election official to another saying let's disenfranchise people based on their skin color? >> it is hard to prove. i proved it in a mississippi voting rights case. what you do is this complicated thing where you say, they did things a little differently in texas and held a special session, they did it quickly. they talked to these people and not those people. it is not like a liee detector test but the circumstantial evidence. but that's good enough under the vote rights act. >> okay. as long as we're scrapping idea laws for voting, i hope we scrap laws in favor of everything else. i'd be in favor of that. thank you for being here. coming up, how about getting paid to screen for ebola? we'll tell you which airport is hiring and we'll tell you how
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time now for news by the numbers. first up, $19 an hour is how much potential employees are being offered to screen for ebola at jfk airport in new york city. next, $500,000 is how much 23-year-old chris sanchez makes per year off ads on his twitter feed called uber facts and billed the most unimportant things you'll never need to know. he had over 7 million followers. and 262 miles per hour is the new record for the world's fastest speedboat. the record smashed during a race on lake havasu in arizona. tucker? anna? the fight for faith now in the city of houston accused of ordering pastors to turn over their sermons. now the city is revisiting their demand and requesting all speeches being handed over instead. >> but will the amend ed law mae
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a difference? thank you so much for joining us, both of you. so pastor, you weren't aware that it was illegal to criticize your mayor in houston? >> well, we certainly weren't when we started this process. we were just engaging in our first amendment right to oppose the city ordinance we thought was wrong and moved forward from there. >> kerry, we'll take a look at the mayor's tweet. she said, if the pastors use pulpits for politics, their sermons are fair games and now it's their speeches. is this their way of shipping things around for p.r. purposes and still getting what they want? >> it's total political thsplit. they demand they turn over speeches, presentation, private text messages between them and parishioners. the city is sending a message to the pastors, if you speak up,
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we'll make you pay. >> i hope you're not going to comply with this, are you, pastor? >> no, of course not. i'm going to clarify, nobody is afraid of making their sermons public. and everybody pastor loves to do that. we are not going to yield to this sort of government demanding and violating our first amendment rights, however. >> do you feel like pastors across the country need to speak out against this? you felt like there was a problem with the gender-neutral bathrooms to allow men to go into women's restrooms and now you're being published for making a stance on that? >> that's absolutely right, but this is all the result of the basic voting rights of the citizens being violated that we turned in more than double the amount of signatures required to put this on a referendum vote. and the city attorney is the one who basically committed a crime interfering with that requiring them to sue us. that's why we are here now. >> i want to put on the screen for the viewers under the impression that we are still
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waiting on the subpoena that you received. this is what you got from the city. you're required to produce the following records, all documents and communications in your possession referring to any of the following, the talk of equal rights, civil rights, homosexuality or gender amenity and anything having to do with the mayor, so what happens if you don't respond to this? if you ignore their demand for your personal and public communication? >> well, perry can speak to the league issues on that better, but we certainly know that we are not going to yield our rights and are standing resolute on this encouraged from the outpouring all over the country. but the five pastors who basically were picked on, we represent hundreds of pastors and these five are incredible leaders. and there's no waivering on this at all. >> we'll get you to speak to the legal side of this, what is next, kerry? >> we are going to continue to ask the pastors to speak out,
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exercise their constitutionally protected right. because no pastor should be punished by the government. simply for speaking out. like pastor welch mentioned, two of the five passengers actually escaped regimes in vietnam and cuba coming here because they wanted religious freedom and wanted the opportunity to speak. for this to be happening on our soil to the passengers is particularly tragic. >> crushing individuals in the name of equal rights. thank you both for joining us. >> thank you for having us. >> thank you. coming up, one of the greatest sources of debate on ebola. should we travel to west africa to control the outbreak. the government has weighed in and now e-mails are pouring in. we'll read them. and it was called the wheel of misfortune. a teacher creating a firing squad in class using rubber balls, but will she lose her job in the huge debate is next. patented sonic technology with
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>> if you're wondering what you're looking at, the shot of the morning, no match for 8-year-old gabe. the players diving all over the field as he makes his way to the end zone to score. gabe has down syndrome. his big brother plays on the football team in wisconsin greeting him in the end zone. gabe made honorary cap pin on that day. >> hip, hip, hoorah! we posted this question, you responded on facebook. do you think a travel ban from west africa is a good idea? an effective way to limit america's exposure to ebola responding in force? galen says, this virus should not be politicized by obama. it is his duty to protect the citizens and it is time to close the borders.
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>> and christopher says a travel ban would eliminate the possibility of americans already over there from returning home for treatment. >> keep your comments coming. some other headlines now, shots fire california. three people were taken in for questioning. nobody was hurt. apparently that's the wrong video. and she humiliated students with her miss fortune but the teacher won't lose her job. the teener is being hit by a firing squad of rubber balls. and that wasn't just one of the many punishments on the wheel. school officials chose not to fire her because she didn't mean to hurt anybody. the wheel has been removed. what do you think about that? this is the definition of
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showing off his impeccable moves. but not his buddy, but that's okay. the other one is just a little thirsty. >> look at that russian bus driver, that's the best thing i have seen ever. >> the driver has a baseball bat. >> russia has cameras everywhere. that's the most hilarious country ever. out to hawaii with the outer bands of hurricane ana hitting hawaii. strong winds, waves and flooding rain are stranding motorists out there. >> the center is over 100 miles from honolulu but it will weaken to reach tropical storm status overnight. rick has details on what is going on. i am not getting direct landfall from the storm but getting the wind and rain nufrls. take a look at the weather picture with the satellite image there. a pretty who tent storm, 80-mile-an-hour storm with peak winds offshore. today we'll watch the rains move from oahu over to kauai.
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the big island, you're pretty much done with it, but we'll see localized flooding in towards oahu as well. in toward mainland usa, we have a rainy week across much of the northeast, but today enjoy it. and a rainy week across the northwest. both corners getting it, but in the short-term things are looking good. it is sunday and that means it is football sunday. are you ready for tailgating? here are options for everyone to enjoy. our chef cindy avala is here. >> i need lots and lots of comfort food when i tailgate. >> i don't see vegetarian food as cover food. >> you're going to love this. >> let's start with buffalo wings. my favorite food for football. >> so often the carnivore version is with real chicken, but i like to bake them instead of fry them to make sure they
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don't get too greasy or soggy. and today i used a korean red pepper sauce. my favorite because i'm korean. >> i'm going to work on this. >> it is kind of hot. >> i can handle it. so, obviously, the meat version is what we are used to. >> i am using a veggie-based protein that is a veggie patch. you can use this along with a vegetable to get a healthy product. but also the same great buffalo flavors and lots of protein. and i made it into a slider. all the things you love with the buffalo stuff, blue cheese, carrots and celery all in a slider. >> that's a little messy. >> i love the slider but the meat -- i'm a midland, i'm sorry. >> so good. >> this is my 30-minute chili with the recipe coming your way. i have beans topped with bacon
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because everything is better with bacon. >> i want you to feel good with chili, this is from a great school that has butternut squash in it and beans, lots and lots of flavors. you're going to love it. >> it's a little bit sweet. >> it has a little -- because of the spicy stuff, you want a little -- >> urbanremedy.com makes the amazing sweet potato hummus. it is better with bacon on top. i added that to dip that in there with sweet and salty. >> i'm going for the typical artichoke dip. but we are using the urban remedy barbecue.
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michelle and i are using and sharing great chips that are organic. >> i'm giving you that one. >> let's keep going with the bloody mary. bacon or veggies. either way. >> i have a fun vodka. it is flavored as siracha. >> all the flavors are on the website. and we have good, healthy options. >> kid options, soda stream. >> thank you very much. the carnivore and the vegetarian. coming up on the show, the government keeping a close eye on your social media posts claiming to weed out misinformation. did you hear this story in is this a direct violation of america's freedoms and values? and the iconic motorcycle from the movie "easy rider"
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fonda rode on is being auctioned off for $500,000. but another man says he has the original. he met fonda and got the certificate of authenticity signed when he got the motorcycle. the debate continues. i tell it like it is and call them like i see them. ly speak to you in plain simple english. that bringing us to tonight's word. truthness. >> it will monitor your social media posts to study what you call social pollution, but does it violate your freedom of speech? we have edgy pi here with us this morning. nice to see you. >> nice to see you.
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>> tax payer dollars are used to monitor what we say on twitter. is this a good use of our dollars? >> i don't think it is when there are genuine scientific priorities. when there's a government-funded initiative to monitor how people express themselves politically on twitter, that raisesitutiona >> what is going on here? they study what we say and how we say it looking for what? >> truthy is according to its own website aimed to detect misinformation after political smears and other social pollution on twitter. and according to their pitch to the national science foundation that ended up to fund them to the tune of almost $1 million, they hope this research will help mitigate propaganda and other times of legitimate opinions on twitter. that raises concerns across the
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political spectrum. >> what is the illegitimate opinion on twit her? >> that's the question. and it is one thing for researchers to study on their own how different people express themselves, but once the government decides to fund a project like this, i think we enter into dangerous territory. and the impulse to control what is often a messy public discourse is understandable but no reason for the government to intervene in any way. >> i totally agree with your piece in "the washington post" and thought it was great, but i don't understand how -- i'm curious as to what twitter says about this. the argument on the other side, i'm trying to find a devil's advocate side to this, you put your post out on twitter and they are not owned by me. as soon as i log into twitter, my posts are not owned by me as well. twitter can make money off of it or sell books off of it. what is twitter saying, if anything? >> the argument i have seen is that, look, we just want to study how different means or political themes end up generating themselves to be
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popular. but in this case, if you look at the study parameters, the researchers themselves identify social pollution to stuff out hate speech in social pop beg propaganda. this is an objective way to see how these develop on twitter. this is an area where whatever legitimate research may have been done here seems to flush away considering the concerns it raises. >> you uncovered something from a 2012 paper from the project's leaders to point us in the direction as to why they are doing this. what did you find? >> what i found is the lead researchers of the truthy project identified in 2012 that a highly active densely interconnected constituency of right-leaning users were using twitter to express themselves politically and gave different examples how this could be a potentially dangerous thing, especially for the elected
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officials. but it seems to me that's what america is about. previously unheard voices expressing themselves in the public arena thanks to the platform of social media to make their views known. that's the political discourse at its best. >> free speeches and monitoring what we say on social media does not sound like america to me. egty, thank you for joining us. 50 jobs in all 50 states. they will tell us what they found going across the country, that's next. and everyone has a favorite drink including our president as well. the oval office secrets reveeld next hour. in the nation, it's not always pretty.
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good morning. just four days after their wedding. the newlyweds embarked on an unusual trip. they set out to work 50 minimal wage jobs in 50 states as his wife filmed it for a documentary. he and alyssa pageant have been on the road. >> congratulations on your marriage. >> thank you. >> when did you decide on the c conventu conventual honeymoon. >> she challenged me and said, let's go visit all 50 states. that sounds awesome. we didn't want to just travel
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around but want admission for what we were doing and something to keep us grounded. not just meaningless travel. so we decided it would be fun to work a different job in all 50 states and learn about work and meet people to hear their stories. >> it is so cool. what a great idea. so what were some of your favorite jobs? >> my favorite job was at a winery in alexandria, minnesota. we can walk onto a place to tell the employees are a family. they let us taste wine and took care of us. it was wonderful. >> you are finding the jogs at snagajob.com and try to get a couple workers and chat with them, you worked at a clam shack and loved that? >> bob's hut in maine is just a quaint clam shack. >> i have literal ly eat up there. i go all the time. >> i may have been working, i
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don't know. >> fantastic service. >> yeah. >> when you took a beating from children at a taekwando shop. >> that was not my worst job, but i got kicked around by kids. >> it was hilarious. >> what did you learn for the nature of work? >> i learned there's a misconception people have from the outside looking in that people in hourly wage positions, it's that a lot of people don't want to be there and maybe this is the best they can get. but what i learned throughout working 30 jobs over the last few months is a lot of these people are in positions because this is what they want to do and this makes them happy. and a lot of them have had opportunities for salary positions and better jobs but ultimately they chose something to pay them less but find more meaning and happiness. >> what did you learn from the hourly wage? who is paying for your gas and funding this? >> we don't get paid for the
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jobs that heath works, but snagajob helped us financially and we go off the will of the people on the road, people giving us meals or letting us park in their driveway and things like that. so it's an american effort. people across the country helped us out. >> you're shooting the film. you're the videographer. when is it coming out? >> we hope to finish filming in december and release this in august of 2015. >> has it helped or hurt your marriage? >> it's been amazing. >> it's good. >> so cool. come back when the film comes out. >> thank you. coming up, a body found not far from where uva student hannah graham vanished. the latest on the developing story in a live report straight ahead. and she's so bad at parking. how bad is she? she had to crawl out on the passenger side. how she ended up this way is hilarious. it's going viral this morning. we'll have details.
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good morning, everyone. today is sunday, the 19th of october, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. we begin with a fox news alert. hannah graham does appeared more than a month ago and a body was found near the former family home of the man charged with her kidnapping. we are live on the ground. and another fox news alert this morning. a cruise ship full of people including a woman who came in contact with an ebola patient has just docked in galveston, texas. those are live pictures there. we'll tell you what happens next, coming up. and he had big football dreams until he lost his sight, but that didn't stop him from getting back in the game. >> i never coached a boy that loves football as much as you. >> i'm thinking you should come back on the team.
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>> i can't catch the ball. >> so you're going to have to play center. you are a pitbull. >> now his incredible story is coming to the big screen. he's here live this hour. there he is. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. good morning, everyone. >> come in to stay a while. we have a jam-packed show full of news today. >> we have a fox news alert today because a body found in the search for missing university of virginia student hannah graham. >> leland vittert is live where the remains were found in virginia with the latest. >> reporter: well, good morning, anna, claytop and morris. police have yet to confirm if the remains are that of hannah graham but suspended search efforts that began more than a month ago when she disappeared and they have called her parents about this latest discovery. hannah graham disappeared late
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one night while walking on the downtown charlottesville pedestrian mall. we are told the place that this body was found in an abandoned building is reportedly very close to where the suspect grew up. that's jesse matthew, thedown man seen on surveillance tape with hannah graham just after she was down on the charlottesville mall. police were visibly emotional in their press conference. >> this investigation is complicated. it's a complex investigation. and it's unlikely we'll have any information in the very near future and perhaps the days to come that we'll be able to share with you about what we learned today. >> and where we are just to set the scene for you is roughly about 20 minutes outside of charlottesville past the university in terms of where the body was found from where i am, a half mile down the road where police set up their command post.
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they stayed here overnight and are continuing to search for evidence this morning. keep in mind, also, this is the second person that jesse matthew is linked to. the other is morgan harrington who disappeared from a concert. her body was also found on an an b abandoned property. >> the girl was able to get away. >> and he left christopher newport university after he allegedly committed rape there. matthew was forced to leave that college and another immediately. >> where leland was near where the body was found, we understand it was in some sort of a structure. which as forensic experts point out is good news for police because they may be able to
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gather news, jennifer ballenger has been on this case. >> i'm wondering if the clothing was distinctive and is on the body. because i can't imagine them calling the parents if they were not rather certain. and it could be a structure, they weren't very clear about that, which means the body could be rather preserved. >> preserved with no rod wheeler was on earlier and law enforcement sources told him there were pieces of clothing on the body probably distinctive to match what we saw in the surveillance videos. >> this was a well-known figure around charlottesville and downtown around the mall.
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yot, the idea that this guy could be aer serial killer liv in the middle of this college town is horrifying. >> and video shows hannah graham falling out of the bar with him just whipping around after her. >> and similar details to morgan hardingtop. there were reports of her tripping and falling and hurting her chin and being disoriented as well. if this is a serial predator on our hands, that's an f as now, but hopefully it has. we have breaking news with doctor at the various ports to bring us the latest at this hour. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we are still waiting for passengers to come off the ship that came aboard at 5:00 a.m.
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central time. this morning we learned one passenger had gotten off. that's the lab technician that dealt with eric thomas duncan. duncan is the liberian man who d die. yesterday the galveston health authority say this is is a critical weekend. >> if we don't see new patients this weekend, then we're going to see the remainder of the 48 that we were tasked with to come
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off the list. >> reporter: amber vincent is in atlanta at emory hospital in stable condition. as for the hospital, texas press presbyterian apologized a letter for misdiagnosing. >> thank you. he's waiting for the dis disembarking from the ship there. how should the u.s. government respond to ebola? many in congress including democrats are pressing the president to put restrictions on travel from west africa to shut down his latest justification. >> we can't just cut ourselves off from west africa where the disease is raging.
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our met call experts is a to stop it. sealing off that world if that were even possible would make this worse. >> as if some in west africa couldn't do that. you own the -- make no effort to restrict travel from an infected area to a non-infected one. that's crazy. this is political. if this were happening in scandinavia, we would block access from sweden tomorrow. his base on capitol hill and elsewhere doesn't want the travel band. so they have a travel ban and it
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would make people lie about their medical history and not seek medical attention. but who lied to get into this country and during his declaration to get in. >> if i was coming from west africa, i was going to say i would do anything to get to the united states. >> and patietwo patients have b battling ebola as well. all even bust, army specialist. we shouldn't have a ban for those comingmeing /* across. we should be concerned that amber vincent got on a plane to travel. the obama administration needs to understand the number one priority to protect the american people. if they had some type of restrictive travel ban in place, mr. duncan would not have gotten here to the united states of
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america. >> go to our facebook page right now and kick ff weekend do. you support a travel ban coming up later in the show. overnight, a pumpkin festival turns into a night of mayhem at a new hampshire college. hundreds of students at keene state flipped cars and tore down stop signs. cops say the drunken celebration just got out of hand. >> they started letting off fireworks, kids started climbing up trees, throwing buckets, everything started getting crazy and that's when the riot police came in.
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so right away we ran away. >> dozens of people were taken to the hospital for minor injuries. and the search for eric frein is continuing this morning. a woman walking her dog near a local high school claims to have come within feet of frein covered in mud and carrying a rifle. police have been searching for him since september 12th. for they say he ambushed a state police barracks injuring one and killing another. 18-year-old sarah stelzer passed away days after being
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diagno diagnosed. with meningitis. let's go to rick reichmuth. >> this woman just said her husband gets really grouchy in the morning if he doesn't watch us, is that true? >> yes, it's true. >> we're glad you're here. take a look at the weather maps, we have a storm out in hawaii. this is hurricane ana. the center of the storm is on radar there and will not make landfall in hawaii but brings plenty of rain across oahu and kauai over the next few hours. we also have what we see is very rough sea there is. get ready for a cool night across the northeast. we have folks here from california. get ready for a cool morning tomorrow morning across areas of the northeast. it will warm up a little bit, but we're going to watch a pretty unsettled week across the
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northeast. get ready for the coastal storm to develop to keep things rainy and gloomy tuesday to friday. back to you. thank you, rick. 13 minutes after the hour, coming up. he's got zero health care experience but plenty of political pull. is the man tasked by the white house to take on the ebola crisis? chris wall last on, next. take a look at this. this is how she parks. take a look at this. so i can reach ally bank 24/7, but there are no branches? 24/7 it's just i'm a little reluctant to try new things. what's wrong with trying new things? feel that in your muscles? yeah... i do... try a new way to bank, where no branches equals great rates.
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welcome back. president obama officially named former democratic aide ron klain to take on the job of ebola czar. but is he fit for the job? >> he was a lawyer for al gore during the recount in 2000. he lobbied for fannie mae and was in the movie "recount." >> is he a problem solver or a political appointee? joining us is chris wallace. good morning to you. thank you for being with us. >> good to be with you. >> on friday josh earnest was asked to know what he knew about ebola and he said, we were not looking for an ebola expert but the implementation expert, does that hold water? >> i think to a certain degree it does. you've got a number of people in the administration who know about ebola or know about infectious diseases. we'll be talking to one of them
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at the top of the hour, anthony fouche. i can understand both sides of the argument. on one hand, you need a public person if not an ebola expert. on the flip side of it, the argument i suppose is you're not going to -- particularly in the middle of the crisis, put a new person in charge of cdc and it makes sense to have somebody who has some management experience or knows the administration and can get things to run more efficiently. now, the fact that he's a political operative, he's good at messaging and we are two weeks out for the midterm election and ebola is a political liability. that is something they were interested in as well. >> you see the travel ban become this political issue and the democrats running for election in tight races like north carolina coming out to criticize the president's position. what the the political rational for the white house officials on not restricting flights to and from africa?
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>> i don't think there's political rational for it but the easiest way would be to protect a band. and there are plenty of public health experts. we'll talk to dr. fouche from minnesota. i see both sides of the argument. one argument is, why do you want the people coming here? the other argument is they are going to find a way to get here anyway and it's easier to track them if they just fly in. and the fact is, for all the talk and concern about this, only thomas eric duncan, the only person in this whole month that has come from this part of the world with ebola. >> who else is coming up besides dr. anthony fouche. >> we'll talk to congressman tim murphy from pennsylvania who headed that panel that had the very critical hearing the
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response from the government. and i'm going to talk to fouche about the statements made by the government so far. and we'll talk to the head of up tech, diseases. he says this is a marathon that will get worse before it gets better. and we'll have the first joined appearance this whole year amazingly enough between reince priebus and debbie wasserman schultz. we'll talk to you about the president's popularity, all kinds of good things on "fox sunday." >> thank you, chris. >> bye, guys. he had big football dreams until he lost his eyesight but that didn't stop him from getting back in the game. watch. >> i never coached a boy that loves football as much as you. i'm thinking you should come back on the team. >> i can't catch the ball. >> so you're going to have to play center. that was and actor but the
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how about that? you don't need your sight for that, do you? >> no, sir. the real travis is joining us this morning. great to have you on the show. >> great to be with you. >> how are you handling the media attention? >> it's a whirlwind. just enjoying it, having fun with it and trying to take it all in. >> the big movie premier is this weekend. >> tomorrow night here in new york. we are hear for the movie released on 600 skreeps across the country on the 24th, on friday. and we are excited about it. >> so what does it feel like to know your story has made it to the big screen? >> it's a humbling thing. when someone comes to your and says, we want to make a movie about your life, you don't think it's really going to happen. but here we are. it's been a long journey. and tony hoover and dylan baker and gary donatelli came on as
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director and producer. i'm grateful how they handled my story. it's not the travis freeman story but it is inspired by my story and raptures the feeling of my story. >> you were a typical kentucky kid playing football, really a hero on and off the field. then what happened one day? >> one day i developed a severe sinus infection that reached the most deadly state that it can reach and kills 70% of the people who have it. and i was just one of the few people that it affected the eyes. it went from perfect 20/20 vision to no vision at all. >> what was it like the next day after that happened? >> well, i don't remember the first time i realized i couldn't see. but my parents tell me that when they came in and talked to me about it after the doctors told us i was probably never going to see again and i said, i believe i will see again. but if i don't, i can't wait to
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see what god is going to do with my story. and that has been my attitude from the very beginning. i'm not going to allow my blindness to hold me back. i want to overcome this and beat this. and it's turned into the message of my story in the books with the lights out and the movie t blast" is the story. >> how can you go from being on the football field and then the coach says, we're going to do this all over again. how do owe relearn the game? >> i had a great coach who was a visionary with this. my parents went to him and said, travis, we want him to get some exercise and be a part of the team. we don't expect him to play or anything. and the coach said no, he'll be the center, the guards are lining up to tell him where his man is. once he snaps the ball to the
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so if we can get them in the jails before they get an opportunity to go out and re-offend and create more virk tips, i mean, for us it is just a bin/win situation. >> the immigrant-friendly policies get them released in other districts forcing agents to hover them down again. >> i started leaping on. >> the new york post reports just this year 50 new york city area nurses have been disciplined for drug use while working and are reportedly getting slams on the wrist being a -- and now the president's
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favorite drink is being revealed. the bermuda rum swizzle. and finally, president obama likes a beer. there is a special white house honey ale. sounds tasty. those are the news headlines. what's going on back here? sorry. the focus is that teddy roosevelt's drink, what it was called. >> sometimes it is difficult to find the door. >> they are not here, clayton. they are somewhere behind the couch. look at the weather map. we have a great picture from
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lake havasu city. this is sunset last night from lake havasu city. we just saw a great reflection in the pool with the lake out there. spectacular. 72 degrees as the sun comes up today. this is 95. this is why people live out there for this time of the year, not for summer but this time of the year it is spectacular. much cooler air moves across the northeast. overall, temperatures won't be that mad and most of the country is looking good precipitationwise. the rain to the north of the minnesota area is going to dive across the great lakes to become a bit of a coastal storm for tuesday to friday all across the northwest. you're looking rain moving into the pacific northwest by tonight. back to you. well, thank you. we just did a segment on this following the story front and
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center in the fight for faith. a new lay in the city is making it impossible for businesses to segregate bathrooms by sex. whenever you think about the law, the real controversy came into effect when pastors criticized it to spurt the mayor to say you're not allowed to do that. and the city promptly repealed communications to criticize her or the law. >> she tweeted out initially saying, if the five pastors used politics their sermons are fair game. >> you are required to turn over your sermons. this mayor is the first gay mayor of houston. >> no matter where you are on this, this is terrifying. i don't understand why liberals
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aren't in arms about this. the government is saying if you have an opinion we don't agree with, we'll use the power of the law to crush you. you criticize me? how dare you do that. >> we have also spoken to dave welsh who is one of the pastors involved. listen. >> no one is afraid of making the public aware of this. ronnie writes, i live in texas and am totally ashamed by the city of houston. this is totally unconstitutional and they need to be removed from office. >> larry says, if they're that interested in the sermon, perhaps they can sit in church and listen to it.
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>> and jean says, this is what is meant bicicey separation of h and state. this is a debate with nothing more important going on in history right now? >> liberals always say they are tolerant but then they are intolerant when something like this happens. >> see this at the bottom of the scream, ffweekend is where you can weigh in to give us your thoughts on the story. 42 minutes after the hour. more on a foox news alert where hannah graham disappeared. the former d.c. detective has forces on the ground with new information you won't hear anywhere else, next. and she's so bad at parking. how bad is she at parking? look at this. she had to crawl out of the passenger side. should she be allowed to park every again me we'll tell you
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a major fox news development for you in the missing case of the college student hannah graham. authorities found human remains at an abandoned property in virginia. >> forensic tests are underway right now. a suspect is already in custody in connection with her disappearance. so where does the case go from here? joining us now is former d.c. homicide detective and fox news contributor rod wheeler. >> good to see you, road. where does this case go from here? >> this is a huge, huge lead in terms of the investigation, guys.
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there's new information i have learned again this morning is that the actual remains were found outside of the rear of an old abandoned farmhouse. and it was underneath, the remains were found underneath a shall doe grave according to my sources. and the police were able to make a quick decision in terms of who this person could have been by the clothing found on the crime scene. there were articles of clothing found at the crime scene police believe belong to hannah graham. within an hour of fighting the remains, they immediately contacted happen in's parents and informed them of their findings. the forensic investigation unit is on the scene. they were there all night last night and were there all day yesterday. they are gathering so much information. this is critical in the investigation. real quickly, what they are trying to do is to make sure they can place jesse matthew on the case or the scene where the remains were found.
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i think they can do that based from the evidence they have been able to find so far. >> jesse matthew was also linked to the harrington case. but the remains of hannah graham were found in a structure. can you compare the two? >> the two remains were found very close to each other. the other thing significant is that jesse matthew's mother owned a home a block away from where the remains were found yesterday. and this is an area that jesse matthew grew up in and is familiar with. the remains yesterday were found a straight shot, 9 1/2 miles from the area where hannah was abducted. >> really interesting. thank you for the latest.
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siding spring sets a path within 87 now miles of mars. that's a hop skip. to watch a live stream logon to slooh.com starting at 2:00 p.m. eastern. if at first you don't success seed try and try again. a driver attempting to park into a spot in the czech republic but not having much luck. it took her five times before she finally makes it. she still a little too close to the next car so she used the passenger side door to get out. well at least there was no one filming it at the time to embarrass her. >> we're not showing it over and over. >> my favorite piece of video of the morning. >> the focus was on faith and family values at a two week vacation meeting of catholic leaders that just wrapped up yesterday. >> there appears to be no consensus on the idea of welcoming nontraditional families. >> fox news religion contributor
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whose book "the wave of serenity" is on the "new york times" reading list for four weeks. you were just saying in the break that some of them weren't that accurate. >> no. but, you know, even our introduction picked up what the general news is saying out there. there was a big question of whether the catholic church should welcome, for example, gay couples into the church. of course. i think every bishop there and certainly the pope and all the cardinals say welcome, of course. what is the church for but to welcome people. what happened was a mid-term report was put out there which is a normal thing to do. but, this was a very -- these were very controversial issues. mid-term report made it sound like welcoming, could also mean we're changing doctrine. >> right. >> right. because that's the headlines. the headlines. what does it nene welcome.
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should we welcome? of course we should welcome everyone. i always say in my church when there's a baby crying and people are looking back, get your baby in order. the baby is the only innocent voice in this whole church. okay. >> you say that? >> of course. >> excellent. >> we're all sinners. of course we should find way, creative ways to welcome and at the same time not change the bible. you know, we actually believe in the bible. so they put out another report the end of these two weeks of meetings in which i think there was a lot of clarification in a good way. this is very catholic churchish. whole year of studying and live it and next october pope francis will meet with them again and issue a statement. it comes down to what pope francis says. he was fascinating in his last remarks. should we welcome? not only welcome, we should go out and look for people, right, who are in irregular difficult situations. that's what we're called to do.
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it was a fascinating, very upfront meeting. >> did he go even further to say let's try to pray the gay away or stop short of that. this can be very controversial in a tricky situation. >> it is difficult and i think they are going to have to make decisions next year of what that means. real practical situations, a gay couple comes in with their child, for example, to baptize the child. should the child be baptized, of course. every couple should say we'll raise them in the catholic faith. as a priest or minister how do you deal with that? what does that exactly mean? i found it refreshing. people were very frank in their discussions. normally quite honestly these meetings are very boring. this one was not. i wasn't in the hall. i was outside. but it was a blessing. >> we love to do a show with you. >> even if you don't get in you
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reunion. wow. 40 years in the making. we'll tell you more about it. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. good morning, everybody. happy sunday. welcome to "fox and friends weekend." >> it's 9:00 a.m. on the east coast. somewhat earlier on the west coast. we're glad to have you. >> we got a fox news alert to get right to, because breaking news. a grizzly find in the search for missing university of virginia student hannah graham a body found near the family home of a suspect already in custody. >> leland vitter is near where those remains were found. what's the latest? >> reporter: anna, good morning. police have not formally confirmed this is the body of hannah graham but they have suspended their search efforts and have also called hannah's parents to let them know about this fining. it began about noon yesterday
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when a law enforcement search team that's been going around these parts, a very rural virginia for the past 35 or so days since hannah disappeared came across this discovery inside an abandoned building. police believe this is the remains of hannah graham who disappeared more than a month ago. the person she was last seen with is jesse matthew. that was on surveillance tape at about 1:00 in the morning. and police now are focused in on this southern area here outside of charlottesville, about 20 minutes or so and we have learned that reports indicate right now that this is very close to where jesse matthew grew up here and police who have been part of this investigation, certainly the chief of police who has really taken this personally got a little bit emotional at his press conference. >> this investigation is complicated. it's a complex criminal
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investigation. it's unlikely we'll have any information in the very near future and perhaps days to come that we'll be able to share with you about what we learned today. >> reporter: and the police command post is just about half a mile past this road block here and police are continuing to search for clues in and around this abandoned building and this property here in this rural part of virginia. meantime jesse matthew remains in jail on charges related to hannah graham's be a ducks. so far he's not been charged with murder. keep in mind he's been linked to one other missing girl here in this part of virginia, morgan harrington who disappeared a few years ago. she was also found dead in abandoned property. near that crime scene, what do we know about this location near the suspect's mother's home and does this bring any other concern about the other missing woman, morgan. rod wheeler was talking about this location and how important it is.
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listen. >> reporter: very significant, anna, they were found so close by, maybe two miles from each other from where morgan went missing from where the remains were found yesterday. the other thing that's very significant is that jesse matthew's mother owned a home about a block away from where the remains were found yesterday, and this is an area that jesse matthew grew up in and very familiar with. where these remains were found yesterday is a straight shot, only about 9 1/2 miles from the area in which hannah was abducted. >> this just may be the beginning. jesse matthew apparently was tossed out of two different colleges after coeds accused him not of raping them. there's reports that at least one other woman disappeared and has never been found at the time he was a student at christopher newport university in virginia. we believe this story may get a lot bigger.
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>> morgan harrington, hannah graham, the one incident where the woman was able to get away. two rape allegations. then a sixth. >> we don't know if there's a drerkt linkage. police are looking at this not as an isolated crime but a serial pat person. >> they are connecting those dots. we get some creepy information about matthew hovering around this mall and waiting at the end of the night for the drunkest girl in the bar. we know from that videotape as hannah graham came out she was strumbling out drunk and he swoops in. >> same with morgan harrington leaving the metallica concert. she had a bloody chin and became disoriented. also happening around the same time of year in september and then october. more on this story here on fox news channel. some other stories making headlines. another fox news alert. overnight chaos at a pumpkin
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festival in new hampshire. hundreds of students at king state college flipping cars and lighting fires. tearing down "street signs." riot police attempting to tame the crowds with tear gas and rubber bullets. cops blame drunken festival celebrations that got out of hand. >> riot gear showed up and started closing down the street and chased people like pepper spring. it was crazy. >> dozens of people were arrested. several others taken to the hospital with minor injuries. five ten year football coaches caught up in a hazing scandal at a new jersey high school suspended. state law says they can keep their pay during the investigation. the head coach for sayreville war memorial high school was part of the five let go but officials do not believe the coaches knew about the hazing. seven players ages 15 to 17 now
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suspended and facing several charges including aggravated sexual assault. right now a warning going out the hundreds of people at san diego university state where a freshman student dies of meningitis. in wisconsin football dreams really do come true. check out this little guy. he'll take it all the way. the opposing team diving and falling all over the field but they were no match for the 8-year-old. the play all in good fun. he has down syndrome and made
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honorary captain of the high school football team. they carried him off the field. >> sweet story. let's get it out to rick who is looking at the weather. >> love that. guys, get ready for cool air coming in across parts of the northeast and we're still dealing with hurricane ana. this is radar picture. you can see the center of that storm of hurricane ana to the southwest of oahu and south of kaui. not a direct landfall so that's good news. here's your current temperatures. very cool air. 35 this morning in chicago. 43 in cleveland. so that cold air is there and tonight will be the coldest night we've seen across much of the northeast. get ready. a few areas seeing freeze. we have freeze advisories in effect. we also are going to watch this system that will pull across the great lakes today and tomorrow and eventually is going to kind of set up a bit of a coastal storm and it's going to be a very slow mover. not a strong storm but it will
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keep things gloomy and rainy from tuesday through friday across much of areas say from philadelphia up towards the northeast. just be prepared for that. temperature wise, overall i tell you what could be worse. we're looking at nice temps for much of this week across the central and northern plains. not that bad. could be worse. chilly day across the northeast. thank you, rick. we have an update in the ongoing tussle over voter i.d. laws. the supreme court has ruled that texas, the texas law that requires voters to show identification before they vote can remain at least until after the election. well, the administration part of its year long effort to make voter fraud easier is mad. this is the quote from the attorney general eric hoerld. major step back ward to let stand a law after a federal court has determined to discriminate. the outcome here is the least
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confusing to voters is the one that allowed most people to vote. >> this is discrimination according to the obama administration showing your i.d. before you go to vote. former doj official was on earlier this morning. take a listen. >> here's what eric holder is scared about. if they hold this election in texas, and all of the claims that minorities will not be able to vote prove to be untrue, because there will be data, they can tell. if all the claims that voter i.d. is the coming of jim crow and it stops minorities from going to the polls it will be egg on his face. it looks like they have been crying wolf from the very beginning. >> i think we're missing the big story. the big story the dmv refuse to give driver's license for minority drivers. why is it more difficult? if ichlt d. laws are racist why do we demand inch d.s for people to drive or get on airplanes. >> or to get into this
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building. >> then all of those are discriminatory laws. most people would rather have the right to drive than vote. this is a much bigger story. maybe the justice department ought to get on this right away. >> more on this story. coming up, democrats blaming gop budget cuts for the botched response to the ebola outbreak. meanwhile the cdc spend millions of dollars for guns as a public health issue. does that make any issue to you. >> adrenaline junky, base jumping hundreds of feet from west virginia's bridge day. not everything went according to plan. [ female announcer ] hands were made for talking.
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an boll crisis a pandemic in west africa and fears it could be moving to the united states. should in the mid of that the cdc, the centers for disease control be spending millions of dollars studying firearms? well they are. national shooting sports foundation survey shows that nearly 50% of americans say the cdc shouldn't be in the business of studying guns. what does it have to do with disease. 84% of americans think it's a criminal justice issue not a health care one. why is the cdc the agency tasked with coordinating our response to ebola dishing out funds to people who want to take your guns away? joining me is larry king senior vice president and general counsel for national shooting sports foundation. give us an outline what the cdc is doing about guns. >> well, on september 12th, after the third ebola patient had arrived in the united states several senators including senator schumer, senator blumenthal sent a letter to the
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head of the cdc wanting to know where they were on gun violence research that president obama in the aftermath of the newtown tragedy issued an executive order telling the cdc to spend money on gun violence research. so they were demanding to know after ebola had already arrived in the united states where the cdc was on researching gun violence and so we did a poll to find out -- >> that's crazy. >> well and the american public agrees. we asked the american public, do you think that gun violence is a public health issue or is it a criminal justice issue. 84% said it's a criminal justice issue. should the cdc be spending its resources researching gun violence or should it be researching diseases and infectious diseases. 88% said they should spend their resources on things like ebola. >> of course. firearms are not germs. i can't catch an ak-47 on the subway. what does it have to do with the
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mission of the cdc in the first place >> it has nothing to do with the mission of the cdc. in fact, back in the 1990s under the anti-gun clinton administration the cdc was spending money on researching gun violence treating firearms as if they were a pathogen and promulgating under the guise of research anti-gun control agendas to ban firearms and things like that. so congress under the clinton administration cut-out $2.6 million for the cdc's budget so they wouldn't spend it on this foolishness. but senator markey and congresswoman maloney have a bill pending where they would call for $60 million of taxpayer money be spent on researching gun violence as if it were a disease which, of course it's not. >> they are not coming up with some some kind of inoculation.
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this is pandering to the democratic base. >> so we hear terms like firear firear firearms epidiology. >> thank you for joining us. pretty shocking. coming up a halloween get up goes wrong. but adorably so. >> here, told this. >> i'm okay. >> we'll be dipping into our massive library of cute kids videos coming up. plus, a college professor thought she was too smart to believe in god until god reached out to her and she saw flight. she joins us with her remarkable journey on her journey to faith next. if you ware a denture, take the simple test.
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or go to lifelock.com/wi-fi. welcome back. some quick headlines. a spectacular sendoff for the navy's newest war ship. watch this. the "uss detroit" christened and launched into the river in wisconsin. now -- what is it? it will undergo testing and scheduled for delivery to the navy in 2015. i'm sorry, wisconsin.
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an emotional reunion 40 years in the making between two veterans who served together in vietnam. >> oh, my god. >> rick mueller and joe martinez became best friends as teenagers serving with the u.s. navy. after the war they lost contact until martinez's relatives found his address online. thanks so much. she was once an atheist professor that believed christians weren't very smart and then she found herself on a path to fining her faith. now a woman of faith she defends christianity. she's director of the apologetics program. she joins us now with her new book "not god's type an atheist academic lays down her arms." holly, thanks for being with us. >> my pleasure. >> i think all of us as we're
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growing up we try to make sense of this world. many go to faith. many stray away from it. when did you decide you were an atheist. >> it was really a slow process where i didn't decide one day. i was raised in a pretty nonreligious home not hostile and we had certain sort of cultural christian elements like having christmas carols on the stereo during christmas time. there was no bible, never went to church. i never thought about whether any of this was true or not. i went off to college, secular schools. good schools. got a good education. but i absorbed the kind of attitude that christianity was just a historic thing, a superstition that, up to date intellectuals didn't need it and that led me to then as i was doing my first masters degree -- when i started to encounter christians who were pushy and kind of aggressive in their evangelism the two things went
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together to make me start to self-i've and say i have no reason to believe this is true. i don't think it's true. i don't like what i'm saying and that's when i thought yes atheism is my view. >> you felt these people were being duped by the bible. but all of a sudden you found yourself becoming a christian so these very things you thought were duping people were dupe ug. what do you think about this? >> well, i have to admit, it was a very terrifying and embarrassing process because when i started to ask these questions to say are the christian claims actually true, i had to work past my own sense of awkwardness that well maybe these people that i had been dismissing, maybe they actually had some valid to say. and oddly enough it was poets rather than apologetic arguments who got me thinking about that. some english professor, i teach apologetics now but my background is english
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literature. it was in reading these great poets first as reading great literature as a child, then reading great poetry in college and having it stick with me that then as i was teaching literature i found myself really finally confronted with the fact that these great intelligent brilliant authors believed what they were writing about. that led me to ask some questions. maybe this isn't so simple. >> we have a picture of you being baptized. you say you've had some people call you a traitor who are atheists especially some trolls online. they say you were never an atheist in the first place. >> the question is what i believe true or is it not true? questions about how i got there are interesting in terms of the journey. i think very important in terms
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of how i came to grasple with the faith. really i think trying to focus on whether or not i fit a category of atheism is a bit misleading. for my own view i believed there was no god. i think that's pretty clearly atheism. >> so many people think, i would love to have -- they see what christians have and they would love to have what they have, that light inside them but i can't believe and that was what unit into and now you transformed. the book again is "not god's type." thank you. 27 minutes after the hour. our top story fox news alert a body found not far from where uva student hannah graham vanished. are we dealing with a serial killer. former nypd detective is sorting through the evidence next. the government keeping tabs on your social media post and
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welcome back. fox news alert. police now waiting for confirmation that the human remains found yesterday may be those of missing university of virginia student hannah graham who disappeared just over a month ago. what are forensic experts
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looking for and what could a positive i.d. mean? joining us now is former nypd detective and investigator thomas ruskin. what do you make of the investigation so far over the past day now that we have this body identified or partially identified. what will they do over the next week or so. >> chances are, it appears to be hannah. and the police wouldn't have gone to the extent they went to yesterday at the press conference if the remains didn't look like hannah or resemble hannah. now it's just a matter of positive i.d.'ing. they will determine it is hannah maybe by dental records, blood records, dna records and then what they will do is look for the cause of death. maybe tie it then further to matthew. >> obviously much easier to get a suspect to confess than have to go through the process of gathering evidence. is there any way, what tactics would you use to get him to
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talk? >> well, i mean, they obviously have tried to get him to talk. this is a man who chances are have committed more than one homicide and probably more than one sexual abuse and homicide. i mean, there are cases now that they are saying go back to '03 when he was in college where he may have sexually assaulted someone he was in college with. this is a guy who may have solved a bunch of open cold cases, cold cases that haven't been solved as of yet of people he killed, maybe raped and killed. >> until yesterday it was a missing person's case. they were going to go out and search for her today. that search has been called off because they believe it's hannah graham. now that we have a body how important is that for justice, for mr. matthew? >> it's going to be very important because now you may be able to charge him with a homicide. up until now when they locked him up in galveston they only charged him with the abduction
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and attack on her but didn't charge him with the homicide. now you have forensic evidence that may tie you definitively to matthew. he may have, if he did sexually attack her there may be dna left on the body or around the body that may tie him definitively to the crime. >> for our viewers just waking up who aren't familiar with where this location is. set the scene for us. how important is this structure where this body may have been found as opposed to being out in a wooded area where animals and the weather could have gotten to it. >> that's why i think they know it's hannah, they can see the body and they know that it resembles hannah and the fact of the matter is to your point, which is a very good point, the body and the area hasn't decomposed over the weeks well almost month and a half that it's been there. that's going very crucial to investigators that it's almost a pristine, hopefully almost a pristine crime scene. >> interesting.
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sad. but interesting. hopefully this does clear up cold cases. >> it brings closure to family. as someone who has been there when you have to tell the family, to anna's point it's always bean missing case. now the family knows if it is hannah that where she is and that she can rest in peace. >> thomas ruskin, thank you for joining us. we got another breaking story for you. carnival cruise ship carrying a health care worker who success monitored for ebola has docked at a galveston, texas port. passengers are now off that ship and they are talking publicly. let's check in now with will carr. he's live with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, guys central time this morning and the first passenger off was the lab technician who had been isolated on this ship after she handled thomas eric duncan's specimens back in dallas. local health authorities tell us this morning they do not consider that woman to be a threat, that she drove herself
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home and now has no restrictions. passengers tell us it's been an eventful couple of days. she's been low risk. they knew she was isolated. they say they got nervous especially when a coast guard helicopter landed on the ship yesterday to get a blood sample. >> my heart started beating fast and i got chills. i knew something was up the way the captain was speaking and when he said that someone had been on here who had possibly come in contact i lost it. >> we could have gotten off in mexico. that's the way it goes. that's life. >> reporter: several passengers tell us that they will definitely do more cruises in the future and that they still enjoyed their trip. as for the two nurses who have come down with ebola, nina pham is in maryland at the national institutes of health. her boyfriend and three family members have been quadranted and amber vinson is in atlanta at the emory hospital.
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100 people who she came in contact with are being monitored and we still don't know exactly what caused them to come down with ebola. health investigators say they are still trying to look into that. >> will carr thank you so much for that question. should there be a travel ban from countries infected with ebola, that's our question of the day. some other stories making headlines. this morning the search for accused cop kill earlieric frei full force. a local woman claims she came within feet of frein. he was covered in mud and carrying a rival. police have been searching for him since september 12th after they say he ambushed a state police barracks killing one trooper. >> your free speech under fire. truthy a new government project is monitoring what you say on twitter and using taxpayer dollars to do it. it claims it is studying social
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media pollution like political misinformation, smears. earlier on the show the commissioner told us there are bigger problems at hand. >> when there are current and genuine scientific priority like disease control, more importantly when there's a government funded initiative to monitor how people are expressing themselves political o'on twitter that's an area that raises some constitutional concerns. >> a million dollars has been spent on true feed. adrenaline junkies get their fix on base jumping in west virginia off a bridge. would you do that? 00 celebrating the holiday, taking a plunge off the nearly 900-foot new river gorge bridge. one day every year base jumpers can jump off legally. several landed in the trees and some landed in the water. ouch! and this halloween costume is
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one-in-a-million. >> okay. here hold this. can you get a picture. oh. >> i'm okay. >> i'm okay under here. >> this despicable me costume a little too heavy. the little guy gets right back up. >> can't keep him down. >> nor can you keep rick down. >> about every 30 minutes. for the last 8 1/2 years. hey guys. if you're looking for some nice weather take a look at this picture. out of new york up by the finger lakes. great wine country. spectacular. fall is amazing there. beautiful picture from kimberly. 37 degrees as you're waking up. you might see a few snow flurries moving through. it's chilly.
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keep sending them to me. we'll have some scattered snow flurries across higher elevations, interior sections but for the most part it's a chilly day. down across much of the southeast we're talking about a pretty nice day as well. little bit chillier. only rain is across west texas throughout some of the afternoon, high pressure will continue to bring that flow there. in towards the northern plains, a pretty spectacular day as well. we'll see a few clouds move through. maybe a quick sprinkle or two across wisconsin. out across the west we'll see some showers across parts of arizona, new mexico and colorado and then later on tonight the rain moves into the pacific northwest, maybe nene to morn california eventually. all right, guys. >> you're right about the finger lakes. skinny at lays, lake skinny at lease if you try to spell it you won't be able to do it. it's gorgeous, guys. >> it is. take a look at these gummy bears
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they almost look identical. one has marijuana in it. can you child tell the difference between the two on halloween night? >> the federal reserve chair person janet yellen said she's concerned about our shrinking middle class. maria bartiromo joins us on the widing gap between the rich and poor. when folks think about what they get from alaska, they think salmon and energy. but the energy bp produces up here creates something else as well: jobs all over america. engineering and innovation jobs. advanced safety systems & technology. shipping and manufacturing. across the united states, bp supports more than a quarter million jobs. when we set up operation in one part of the country, people in other parts go to work. that's not a coincidence. it's one more part of our commitment to america.
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>> to the extent of and continuing increase in inequality in the united states, greatly concern me. the past few decades of widening inequality can be summed up as significant income and wealth gains for those at the very top and stagnant living standards
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for the majority. >> federal reserve chairman janet yellen claiming the income inequality is why american economy is at a standstill. is she right about this? joining us now from our sister network fox business network, maria bartiromo. interesting person to be saying this because you say the fed is actually making it worse. >> it's like smirnoff complaining about alcoholism. >> everybody knows people who invest in stock market are people who have money to invest in the stock market and not living paycheck to paycheck. the fact that the federal reserve has been on this program for so many years to keep interest rates at rock bottom level has helped the high end because it's sending all this money into stock market because there's no other places to get any returns. in effect the fed's program has in fact wideened the income inequality story because it's helping the rich get richer. the fed cannot create jobs for the lower end.
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that's the federal government and policies that need to be changed. >> also walking in lock steps with administrations in the past decade or so encouraging people to go out and buy that first home and get 100% financing and we'll pay your closing costs because rock bottom rates. >> i think you're right on that. the fact is during the entire financial crisis of 2007 and '08 everybody pointed fingers at everybody including the bankers and business people. yet when you look at the regulators they were asleep at the wheel basically saying yeah go get a house. it's the american dream. don't be concerned. we'll make everything easier for you. easier for you to buy a house. so i agree there's a lot of culpability. >> now they are in foreclosure. >> every week i love asking who is on your show. it's this roster of amazing people. >> i'm excited about today's show. we'll talk about just this topic. i'll speak with larry summers. the market has been in a
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tailspin, so volatility. we'll talk about these global growth concerns. we'll talk mid-terms. government's response to ebola with wisconsin congressman paul ryan. he's going to tell us about his thoughts as we approach the final stretch going into the mid-terms as well as economy and what's behind all of these worries about things changing on the economic front. >> your show gets going in 13 minutes. >> on fox news channel. >> during the week, on our fox news channel in 13 minutes keep it right here. but also during the week find maria on the fox business channel during the week. go to foxbusiness.com/channelfinder to find out where it is in your area. >> thank you. >> demand it. >> thank you. >> we'll be back. coming up these gummy bears look identical. but only one will get you high because it has marijuana in it. can your kid tell the
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difference. >> this is a cat burglar in the truest sense of the phrase. what you didn't know, he was caught on camera. didn't he have something better to do than take away lawn ornaments?
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quick headlines for you. caught on camera. a real cat burglar in action. watch as he steals a massive inflatable halloween decoration from the front yard of a texas home. first he takes the stakes out and then he turns off the fan and deflates the giant cat.
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there's no indication why he would want the inflatable cat. move over kate middleton. the latest mrs. clooney named the most influential woman of influential women in london. kate middleton didn't make the cut this year tragically. >> thanks, tucker. the latest twists to spiking candy could turn this halloween into a real fright night for parents and children because there's concerned that pot tainted candy could make its way to your children's trick-or-treat bags. >> some of these products look so similar to candy that's been on the market that we've eaten as children that there's really no way for a child or a parent or anybody even an expert in the field to tell you whether or not a product is infused? >> that was a psa from the
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denver police department. what should you look out for? so this is really a concern? we've heard about these myths of what would appear in children's halloween candy going back to the '70s with weird things popping in. check our apples and things like that. this is concerning police. >> it's very concerning because the gummy bears laced with pot look like actual gummy bears. if your child eats one, which they probably would eat ten, they could get very sick from it. >> i have a keen eye here. i can see the one on the right you can see light through it. the one on the left, screen left is the pot gummy bear. >> if a teen gives a gummy bear to another teen and they eat it out of their hand thinking that it's real candy, it could be a pot gummy bear and if they eat , think how sick they could get. it could be lethal.
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>> you brought items in here. >> one of the things i like to tell parents if you're going around with your younger ones and you're chaperoning, have them use a small jar like this and bring a bigger bag. when they go trick-or-treating and they take that candy, you can dump it into the bigger bag. and then you have a lot of control because even if they want to eat candy as they go house to house, you can take it out of the bag and hand it to them and make sure it's wrapped. something like a gummy bear over here, we have gummy bears that are wrapped. you know those are safe. you don't want them eating loose candy or going into someone's home and sticking their hand into a bowl. >> do people put this out anymore? >> what if someone is having a party at their house, an adult halloween party, it could be there on the counter? >> candy corn. other tips that you provided with us this morning for kids. make sure you tell your kids to wait until they eat candy when
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they get home. >> yes. eat candy at home. that's not always easy. hand them candy themselves so it's wrapped. also you want candy that is from a manufacturer that you know. you don't want some strange manufacturer you never heard of. also those twisty candies like blow pops, be careful of those. sometimes those can be opened. >> what about homemade candies? >> no homemade candies. you don't know what's in them and you don't know what's this their kitchen. >> the family that used to make popcorn balls down the street from us, avoid those? >> not cool. >> rice krispie treats? >> amazing how year after year some family thinks they'll be cool and make their own lolli p lollipops. >> the or the family that hands out grapes and raisins. >> or toothbrushes? >> great to see you this morning.
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♪ ♪ i want to wake up in a city that doesn't sleep ♪ >> you came to the right city. ♪ king of the hill >> tomorrow, very early on this program, former lapd detective mark fuhrman and the latest on hannah graham. >> apple pay launches tomorrow. i've been testing it for the last couple weeks. >> i read apple pie.
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i got excited. apple pie tomorrow. >> who's hungry? >> let's make it a great day. >> see you next week. >> midterm elections entering the homestretch. the stage is set for drama with nearly a dozen senate races neck and neck. can republicans pull through with a victory? congressman and former vice presidential candidate paul ryan joins me in a moment. there are economic factors to consider. is our economy on the comeback or not? formerasury secretary larry

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