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♪ ♪ hi, everyone, and good morning. today is saturday, the 6th of december, 2014. i'm anna kooiman and a fox news alert. breaking overnight. a u.s. hostage in yemen dead. luke summers reportedly murdered by terrorists during a failed rescue attempt to save him. the breaking details straight ahead. >> and rolling stones dramatic story about a fraternity rape crumbles to pieces. is it a hoax. the magazine now admitting they never fact checked their source, their accuser. what happened to their journalistic duty? the latest on this story. >> has this ever happened at your office christmas party? ♪ living is without you
>> yes. what you should and shouldn't be doing in front of your co-workers and your boss because warnings and advice for christmas are better with friends. >> it's time for "fox & friends." [rooster crowing] >> that poor girl sounded like mariah carey the other night. >> we had our christmas party and there was a lot of that there. >> and a lot of bullying? >> really glad to have you. >> get to that fox news alert we mentioned. breaking overnight the american photo journalist held hostage by al qaeda in yemen is dead. luke summers was murdered by terrorists during a failed rescue attempt. molly henneberg is live in washington for us with the breaking details. what do you know? >> good morning, anna, tucker and peter. just minutes ago the white house put out a statement from president obama on the
death of photo journalist luke summers. the president called the murder of summers, quote, barbaric and offered his condolences to summers' fame and the family of another non-u.s. hostage killed during the rescue operation. the president said the despair and sorrow of these families, quote, are beyond words president obama authorize dollars the raid he said because earlier this week al qaeda and the arabia peninsula released a video saying that summers would be killed within 27 hours if there demands were not met. along those lines chuck hagel said the raid went forward yesterday because, quote: they there were compelling reasons to believe that mr. summers' life was in eminent danger. mr. summers and another hostage murdered by the akap terrorists during the course of the operation. on behalf of the men and women on behalf of the u.s. armed forces i extend our condolences, thoughts and prayers to their families and loved ones.
the rescue attempt took place in central yemen and was conducted by u.s. special operation forces in partnership with the government of yemen. somers, as i said was 33 years old and moved to yemen in 2011. he was abducted by al qaeda in the arabian peninsula in 2013. secretary hagel says several al qaeda terrorists who had been holding somers hostage were also killed in the raid. one other note, one of the fbi's most wanted terrorists was killed in pakistan according to pakistan's military. a senior pakistani army officer said al qaeda's chief of global operations was killed in pakistan tribal region. he had been indicted in the u.s. over a plot to bomb new york subway system. the fbi had offered $5 million reward for his capture, but according to pakistan, he is now dead. back to you all in new york. >> thanks a lot, molly. apparently we don't have word about the condition of the u.s. special operators
who conducted this raid. we are assuming they are all okay. we certainly hope they are. >> one report being that mr. summers was wounded in the failed rescue attempt. well. not so failed and then died later on a naval ship. so condolences to the family. and then another important story, this fbi most wanted terrorist criminal being killed in pakistan. an array of experiences with him, with some of the biggest terrorists in the world. for the last 10 or 12 years. and so an incredible get. >> we don't have details how this happened. was he killed by the pakistaniy military. we know that ash carter, the incoming pentagon chief, the head of dod who will be replacing chuck hagel, this will be the first item on his to do list how to respond to isis and al qaeda. >> we will be following that story all morning long and
also this. you hear about this rolling stones story where this freshman claimed that she had been raped, gang raped, beaten and bloodied at fraternity party. it was in rolling stone. and now rolling stone is starting to have to backtrack on this. dana rolling saying this. in the face of new information there now appears to be discrepancies in jackie's account. victim known as jackie. we have come to the conclusion that our trust in her was misplaced. we were trying to be sensitive to the shame and humiliation after people feel after sexual assault now regret not to alleged assaulters to get their account. we apologize to anyone affected by this story. it appears there wasn't any cross fact checking on any of this. there was not even a party after the this fraternity house that night as she claims that one of the people who raped her was a lifeguard. nobody at the fraternity even worked at the aquatics center.
no room matches the description she describes. none of it really makes a lot of sense. >> many are saying it's a hoax. there is no evidence at all as of this morning that this rape took place. she alleged seven men raped her. the details are so graphic that we are not going to characterize them this morning other than to say they are horrifying. it turns out rolling stone decided to ditch their obligation as journalists and becomes a many have in this story advocates. advocates on behalf of a woman whose story to this moment does not add up at all. that did not stop the university from basically punishing the entire greek system at uva. shut down fraternities and sports for who sororities. >> you are a great greater and anchor over a long time. is that the norm. >> the story was absurd. >> an anonymous story about a group of people to not ask the group of people who are
alleged to have committed that act. >> by the third paragraph in this story, i called in one of my editors and said you have read this? this is the most liewfd chris -- so clearly false. impossible to imagine how this got through the editing process if it hadn't been about this subject which is so fraught with politics and emotion, there is no way this would have seen print. >> why would they do that? >> absurd. taking up the role of advocates. advocating on behalf of a position rather than to try to get to the facts of the story. in the process they hurt a lot of people. the frarnt that was accused apparently falsely vandalized. shut down. members are hiding in hotels. it's been crazy. >> fallout is bigger than that doing the opposite of being a advocate. what happens when people cry wolf in serious situations like this is then you don't take the real accounts seriously when women really are victims of sexual assault. >> you don't get to make allegations without proving it in general. it doesn't matter. our justice system is based
on the idea that you have to prove that something happened before you punish people. you can't punish them collectively, you punish them individually for things they specific dli. >> let's ask all the folks at home. the facebook question of the day is, was rolling stones apology enough based upon what apparently occurred here? what do you say? >> hit us up on facebook or twitter. firstname.lastname@example.org. >> saturday morning. this is horrific scene on amtrak scene to tell you about now. four people, including the conductor is unfolding. the suspect attacked three men and a woman. one of them badly injured. i see him have his fist up and i bring it down and i'm like oh my god he is punching the guy. then i saw him bring his fist back up and i noticed that there was something in his fist resembling a knife blade. the had 4-year-old suspect is now in custody.
police used a taser to take him down. happening today, a cajun state showdown in louisiana. voters heading to the polls in a runoff election between democrat mary landrieu and bill cassidy. neither landrieu or cassidy reached the needed 50% of the vote in the november election. recent polls show cassidy with a significant lead. the polls open in just under two hours. a nuclear spy under arrest in virginia. civilian navy engineer ahmed weapons of mass destruction destruction -- waad trying to steal schematics aircraft carrier. he was caught trying to give under cover. if convicted awad could face 40 years heend bars. >> nic buchanan found a wedding ring while hiking in 1997. he learned the rick had belonged to a woman who had gone missing along with her
husband after a small plane crash in 1959. after online searching, he tracked down the couple's daughter joyce wharton and returned her mother's ring. wharton calls it her christmas miracle. speaking of christmas miracles. >> hardly. >> rick is standing by and back from repelling in stanford, connecticut in one piece. 320 something feet. >> i'm always thankful the day after. i feel like that's done. i don't have to do that again and the next year it comes back and will be there again. ♪ >> do you know what? let's go back to the beginning here. there you go. here are your temps as you are waking up right now. not that bad anywhere. kind of balmy across parts of the south. that's where we have a lot of rain going on here. across parts of the ohio valley and tennessee investigative and much of the eastern seaboard is going to be a rainy day and snow across far interior sections of maine. that will cross over into
rain. get ready stay inside and shop online for christmas or do decorating inside. not a great day to be inside. central part of the country looking great. more moisture coming in across parts of california which continues to be great news. even up towards the pacific northwest. one thing you notice we had all that cold air we were dealing with for so much of november. rain in across parts of california and that also means we are getting temperatures that are really kind of mellowing out and high temperatures today to 29 in fargo. not that bad. go into your day for sunday. and you are even above freezing. in general, we are talking about temperatures that are going to be a lot nicer. going to feel more like november than december when november felt like december. make sense? >> that's okay. >> make sense? >> yes. >> it's upside down world. >> you bet. peter, what's coming up? >> they murder americans but hillary clinton says don't hate our enemies. empathize with them. >> showing respect, even for one's enemies empathize with their perspective and point of view. >> so, has hillary clinton
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policy and research. good morning, gunny, how are you? >> good morning, peter, how are you? >> hillary clinton says we should empathize with our enemies, should would he be holding our hands or cutting their heads off. >> which enemies, referring to iran wants to annihilate israel. assad killed cop pick christians and murdered people with chemical warfare. or talking about isis who right now is beheading all americans on westerners on veap. you know who she should empathize and respect is her military. go visit walter reed san an san antonio. v.a. respect for the military versus the enemy. >> empathy means what? your mind? >> in her mind, she seems to
think that they may have a justifiable argument you want to show compassion toward that argument which implies to me she doesn't understand the united states is having a threat to very freedom every single day by enemies. thousands of americans, their blood son the hands of these terrorists. >> gunny, let's talk about where we are in terms of threat. we just talked about luke somers killed by al qaeda in yemen. does that prove that the threat is as great or even greater than ever? what kind of qualities should we expect in a president in terms of ensuring that americans are safe and that the global terror threat stopped big time? >> well, you know, the first thing this president did is he said that there was no more war on terror. he decided to withdraw us out of iraq and say it was over. of the enemy has a vote. of the enemy will decide when your battle is over. this war on terror is alive
and well and our new secretary is going to have to face this challenge. i wish this administration would come to grips with the reality that the war on terror has existed and because we withdrew. because we didn't leave anything behind to assist in this battle, it now has exploded and ignited the entire region. >> jesse jane, how do our enemies react when they hear great american leaders say that we should empathize with them, that we should understand their problems, that we should respect their point of view? what is that reaction? does that make them say oh, america is our friend or does that embolden them for future action? >> absolutely. what hillary clinton how weak we are and tender hearted we are. the reality is the united states marine corps, the army and air force have always hit with explosive punch. that's why they have also respected us. if you want us to go into contact and try to shake
hands and make piece, that is not a negotiating skill. when american lives is consistently at threat we need to demonstrate it will not be tolerated. hey we are a little soft on the under belly that is not satisfactoriy in my mind. gunnery sergeant jane jesse duff. thank you for your strong mind and body and service to our country. bewill look forward to hearing you from a lot in the future. >> thank you very much. searchy semper five, peter. >> a new campaign wants a no gender december. is this the pc police gone too far? we're going to debate it coming up next. plus, he never saw this coming. a chunk of ice, wow, smacking him right on the head. the story behind this video coming up ahead. oh my god. coverage that's smaller
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his hard hat took the brunt of the hit before flying off of his head there as you see all right tucker over to you. >> thanks, anna. new sparking controversy it's called no gender december. consumers are encouraged to buy more inclusive gender neutral toys, whatever those are, in contrast to the barbie dolls and ji joes you grew up with. does this campaign stake it too far does it make any sense at all. here to debated it peggy nantz concerned women for america and author of the princess problem rebecca haines. i thought this debate went away in 1978. apparently it didn't. the woman sponsoring it, the senator from australia says gender based toys are a contributor to domestic violence and the wage gap. that seems insane, no? world health organizations
when gender and iniquities exist in society there is more gender violence in that society. they are positing a link between toy stereotypes and gender equities. the key point to bear in mind about this campaign is it's not about making things gender neutral it's about the marketing and letting boys shop for whatever toys appeal to them and girls shop for whatever toys appeal to them. there is not such a thing as a boy's toy or a girl's toy. >> penny is there such a thing as a boy's toy or girl's toy? >> honestly, tucker, this is where the feminists start to lose us. they think there is insidious plot by toy manufacturers to force little girls to play with dolls. that's just not true. national federation of retailers. top five toys are dolls. it's basically not learned behavior. it's innate. we can find it ought we want to. by the way we should make
available to girls legos and other toys. we want girl engineers. we can't fight mother nature. we can't fight nature and it's a great thing. weave need to embrace those differences. we are proud to be women. >> what about that, rebecca? i have got a bunch of kids can, you probably do too, most people who have children who notice kids gravitate towards gender based toys. my kids never watched tv. boys still wanted boy toys and girls still wanted girl toys. that's nature, isn't it that's totally true, nobody thinks girls shut should stop playing with dolls. when i was doing myr my book, bd girls would wanted the toy that was fronted in the boy's aisle or the girl's aisle or felt ashamed or oembarrassed about wanting that toy. i think where you see chemistry sets the science dits are boy toys and craft kits are marked as girl toys. what's wrong with those being organized by interest
rather than by gender tucker? >> penny, if you were to create a hierarchy of concerns in america in 2014, where would this rate. >> yeah. this isn't it. let's be honest there is a dark side to this. if you go on the mommy blogs whole drive for gender neutral parenting and the moms on there were bragging about the fact that her son was two and a half years old and didn't know he was a boy. and cross dressing their kids. so, look. you know, if you want to screw up your kids, you can. there is a big difference between making everything available and letting them go to their own interests and trying to create this gender neutral child. that's very frightening to me. >> guaranteeing work for future generations of psychiatrists. thank you both very much. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> well, forget kale, assuming you remembered it. next super food is bones. dr. segal is on deck to explain what that means. and then, sony hit by hackers again. and this time after
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♪ i can't live ♪ if living is without you ♪ i can't live. [off key] >> the beginnings of romance. well, this morning we are talking about the perils of the office christmas parties. have you had your holiday party yet? what shut you be doing and not doing? >> i think you know what you shouldn't be doing at the holiday party each year. go ahead and christmas party. you shouldn't be getting so drunk that you don't humiliate yourself. a lot of people don't take that advice. >> 9 out of 10 workers have seen their colleagues drink too much. is that an accurate number? aaccording to new study almost everybody who works in an office have seen his
or her colleagues humiliated themselves because of alcohol. >> half of them have gone to work with a hangover after the crems party because i guess very often it's open bar. >> and then 28% have heard colleagues revealing secrets in terms of their life. >> these numbers seem low. >> this is so low. i'm for. this i think it's the whole point of a christmas party. it brings the office together when people reveal parts of themselves they wouldn't all year. >> team work. >> 364 days to forget what you learned about your co-workers. >> shared experience. >> hopefully they have had so much to drink they don't don't remember all the secrets. lovable lush louise might turn into loose lips louise and start saying way too much. >> all about the productivity. productivity, productivity. in my office we have never had a single problem at a
christmas party because we have low expectations. >> folks at home email us email@example.com. >> you have the same low expectations at home? what have you seen? let us know. we will read some of them and keep others for our own personal use. >> all right. some other stories making headlines on your saturday morning to get to right now. super flop. instead of spending money to help our heroes the v.a. spent thousands of dollars super bowl ads. agency spent more than $5 million to woodpile studios to produce the ad. one problem they did nothing to raise awareness about v.a. services. despite the failed campaign the v.a. renewed the contract for another $5 million. firings continue for the now elm if infamous architect after calling americans stupid. >> basically calling it the stupidity of the american voter or whatever but basically that was really, really critical to getting this thing to pass. >> pickwell a firm that
analyzing healthcare choices severing ties with gruber. previously been touted as part of the firm's expert team until videos surfaced of him bashing the american public neither pickwell or gruber are commented. another hack attack on sony. several menacing emails sent from a group calling themselves the quote guardians of peace or the g.o.p. the he email said employees family could hand in harm's way another 100 gig bites of confidential information posted to a share site, there is speculation north korea is behind the cyber attacks due to sony's upcoming movie the interview. here is a story about how a can of pumpkin spice made a washington couple millionaires. lisa plumb never purchased a power ball ticket before while shopping for pumpkin spice on thanksgiving she decided on a whim to buy two tickets which became a great decision. she nailed the $90 million
prize. she and her her us is say the first priority is just to take care of their family. happy thanksgiving. >> good for them. the government sends a clear message. don't work. you are dumb if you work. exactly right. send us money for the lottery. rick, is that your plan. >> tucker's favorite thing. you might sing a different note if you got 90 million bucks. >> i would never play. >> there you go. >> can't win if you don't play. take a look at your weather maps as you are waking up this morning. pretty mild day for much of the country compared to where we were last month in november so bitterly cold and we had all of that snow. a lot of that snow has melted. less than 30% of the country covered in snow right now. a lot of that snow is going away because we are warming these temperatures up here in december. this is what your first alert forecast looks for the day northeast down towards the mid-atlantic. we have a rainy day, little snow behind it but for the most part most lay
rainstorm. deep south in towards the carolina coast line we're just cooler parts of texas today. northern plains starting off with cool morning. most places warm up into the upper 20's and 30's. tomorrow you will warm up a few additional degrees. but we are looking at a clear day across much of the northern plains. at least no precipitation. that's very very nice. rain and mountain snow. starting out with rain and clouds across parts of california, that ends by the afternoon. and then we will see some of that rain and snow move in across parts of the four corners. all right, guys. that's it. >> thanks a million, rick. >> beautiful out there. winter wonderland. 37 minutes after the hour. latest epic adventure brought to the big screen. >> what can anyone do? >> the hobbit, the battle of the five armies is out december 17th. let's step into the fox light with micah tamara. i had a chance to sit down
with the all star cast. >> it's hard to believe over 2 oyears, two thrillings, one of the most successful franchises in hollywood history. coming to an end december 17th. these movies have grossed over 2 billion domestically a billion worldwide not to mention the merchandise. a million books sold. so, in my mind, it begs the question is this really it? you know, because hollywood loves, you know, to make a buck like the rest of us do. and everyone i spoke to said as far as peter jackson is concerned who directed all six movies, is he definitely done. you know, big question now is whether they can get someone else to do it and get the family on board there is enough material to do some more movies. we caught up with the cast in london for the world premier and we asked them what it was like to be part of such a huge successful franchise. >> as an actor, being part of telling this story been a
huge honor, actually, you know, to be part of something that is in children's lives from the age of 5 or 6 as a book and now peter has been able to imagine those. i take that responsibility quite seriously. >> meter is a fan of the fans so i think that, you know, the sense that my son will watch these movies and hopefully his son and one day i will be great great great grandfather, you know, when i'm dead and gone. that's a nice thing to think. >> jackson does such a great job with this movie tying up the loose ends and teeing up the lord of the rings which comes after it. >> gave your personal recommendation. >> either you love them or hate them. >> i love them. i'm a big fan of them. if you love the series. >> cinematically you have seen these movies at all? they are quite incredible movies. you know, it's tough to keep the plot straight sometimes and sometimes. >> if you haven't read the
book. >> i think i'm watching the same movie over again. great movies and great way to spend the afternoon or evening. >> you can a k. catch it on december 17th. >> how tall is big bag begans. >> he is actually like 5'4". he was kind of short. >> don't want to go there. >> playing a dwarf basically. >> a hobbit. with hairy feet. >> catchall my interviews in the fox light.com. find me on twitter for all the celebrity buzz at fox light michael. >> see you, michael. >> coming up, still ahead, this car taking police on a wild chase, slamming into other vehicles along the way. and the craziness didn't stop there the dramatic end next. >> are you traveling this weekend? we are exposing hidden fees going to hit you in your pocket and pocketbooks. tips on how to avoid them coming up next.
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we have got your headlines this morning. the wild chase edition. an accused bank robner california hails a cab. steals it and then crashes. police say the suspect made get away in a taxi after demanding cash from a teller. when cops pulled him over the thief jumped behind the wheel and drove off. crashed into another car and was promptly arrested. and a reckless car chase through los angeles last night. take a look at this. the driver plows through an intersection hitting cars along the way like a pin ball machine. he and the passenger then hop out, taking off on foot. both arrested. anna? >> hey, tucker, thanks so much. planning to through the
hectic holiday season beware of fees. kim vance is here to tell us what to watch out for and how we can make our trip even better. good morning, thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> very often we get online and price compare our airline particulars. there is a reason sometimes the number may be very low. >> absolutely, if it looks like the deal is too good to be true especially if there is a big gap between that fare and another. probably is too good to be true. be careful and read the fine print. baggage fees are supposed to be disclosed with booking engines now. they have gotten more and more clever how to get you once you get to the airport. a the lo of these deep discount airlines, spirit allegiance they will charge you $25 if when you check in online for carry on bag you can pay the deep discounted price of $25. >> for your carry on. mind you?
if you make it to the gate $100. i watched a woman cry at thanksgiving handing over $100 at the gate to the guy. very tricky and shady. >> we need to know about our health insurance, car insurance covers. he we may need to buy travel insurance. >> another one of those things you have to budget for when you are planning to travel. if there is weather delays, the airlines aren't responsible. so, you want to get covered with insurance if you you possibly can. >> often in a ticket counter, especially for rental cars, you just need to ask for upgrade and you may get it for free. >> just ask ask ask. call ahead, too. use the phone, pick it um. and it can often lead to really unexpected things or if you have military. i was married to a military guy for along time, ask, you might find something. a.a.a., aarp, just go ahead and ask. >> yeah, you may deserve it. >> also when we goes to resorts good deal. all inclusive you have to pay 20 becomes for a towel. >> this is the one inside myself i would probably call it rage when i think about this topic. this is ever growing resort
fees are something that are the true hidden cost of doing all this travel right now when you see an artificially low price in a booking engine for a room or resort some big hotel chain and you arrive and then they tell you we also have this 20, $30 aday fee we add on resort fee or some call it luxury fee if they are being real tricky. what happens is you have to question what is going on here. why. >> we need to ban together and get on social media and start using #s. >> question it. why do we have to an v. an expert come on television and tell us how it to find shady hidden fees. the system is really corrupt. i think we can actually usurp it a bit and banning together and complaining. >> other thing to know those resort fees and things like that they are coming right out of your pocket straight to investment groups. so it's these private equity firms who have bought up these large chains and it's bypassing the resort.
it's not going towards upkeep and the gym. it's going straight to a billionaire's pocket while he sits on one of his many yachts. >> we don't want to line their pockets anymore do we. >> no we don't. >> get to grandma's house to christmas. last minute travel tips for us. >> right now things are really really high. three weeks out is still okay to book and still going to get a good fare. again, question everything. and i brought this because. >> what is this? >> if you make it to a counter and somebody tells but a fee. people should give them a lump coal. real war on christmas lump of coal. >> thank you for your time today. >> thank you. >> 48 minutes after the hour. here is what is coming up on "fox & friends." forget kale, next super food is bones? dr. segal on deck to explain next. and christmas comes early for one of our nation's heroes. the big surprise that just made a disabled veteran a thousand dollars richer. the holidays are filled with love.
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dr. marc siegel is this true? >> it is not scientifically proven. a lot of so-called health experts are going around saying oh it's got all of these minerals in it. it's great for you there is a diet called gaps out there which is called gut and psychology. meaning take that bone broth and it will help your brain and help your gut. well, that's not sign tiskly proven. also part of the paleo diet which is the old caveman diet. that's not scientifically proven. it's got lot of great minerals in it though. it has potassium and magnesium something called is i seleniuming can something that causes prostate cancer. 7 to 10 times more lead. >> i'm reading these claims, mark. if i have a leaky gut. if i have a lot of inflammation. if i have want to look better, them i should be having some of this bone soup. so,.
>> you look great, peter. you don't need it it. >> i had some this morning. >> what did it taste like? >> really excellent. >> he see, has he the problem. they go with these claims. leaky gut? what's a leaky gut? >> why are we so susceptible to quack healthcares. >> just take this pill or drink this bone broth. the truth is, it's really a watered down version of what is really great for you. chick cannen soup. i mean, you know what? do you know how my grandmother made chicken soup? when w. chicken bones in it. >> but no feathers. >> no feathers, the carrots and the onions and the noodles and the chicken itself. why take all that out and just leave the bone. >> don't be extreme. if we want to get the marrow and nutrients that are associated with bones. then it can be part of a soup, but this notion that you are going to -- well, i need some bone broth or bone soup, that may not be smart in terms of medicine or even in terms of nutrition.
>> absolutely, peter. let me show you how this works. something glucose mean glucasomine. dog better and then got better. >> if it helped the dog i want some. >> showed it was only mildly effective in some people. guess what bone broth has? it's got glocosamine. going to help your joints. never proven to help your joints even in the pill form. >> does the dog like it? >> absolutely. >> if we want to get informs for russ and potassium and all these great things that you can get from these bones, what's the easier way? what are the things we need instead. >> of course you can get it from bone broth. i'm telling you it's probably not harmful and even my warning about lead hasn't been proven to work with led levels in the blood.
iriron you need. you don't need to eat bones to get iron. you get it from the meat you eat. >> i'm having coffee this morning, peter, not bone broth. >> doctor's orders. thanks, doctor. breaking overnight, american hostage killed by al qaeda terrorists by rescue mission by u.s. forces. latest details live report at the top of the hour. >> rolling stolen's story about frarnt rape crumbling. they never fact checked the source, the accuser. what about their journalistic duty? we report, you decides.
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saturday. hostage murdered by terrorists as the united states went in to rescue him. we are live with the breaking details jon stewart weighing in on the michael brown and eric garner cases. one county d.a. slamming him right back. television show like that that has millions of viewers. whether you use a brush like that and misstate facts, it can create problems and issues. i mean -- >> turns out the facts were completely wrong. we'll give you the apology that followed. >> and then christmas comes early for one of our nation's heroes. the big surprise that just made a disabled veteran a thousand dollars richer. mornings are better with friends.
and this is tom lopez and i'm john snyder you are watching "fox & friends." yeehaw. >> dukes of hazard are watching. >> i saw them yesterday. >> did you really? >> absolutely. >> everyone combings through the fox studios, anna? >> good morning, tucker, good to see. >> you crossroads of the world. thank you for joining us. right to that fox news alert anna mentioned. overnight the american photo journalist held hostage by al qaeda in yemen was murdered. luke somers killed by terrorists during a failed rescue attempt by u.s. forces. greg palkot is on the phone live from london with the breaking details. good morning, greg, what you can tell us? >> peter, tucker, annualna, we have been speaking to our contacts on the ground in yemen. we spent a lot of time there covering the al qaeda chapter there they confirm to me the tragic news that's been broken by secretary hagel, president obama, and others that, in fact, luke somers has been killed during this raid by special forces in a remote area of
yemen. the nuances that i'm getting, guys, and it's been backed up by one other source is that, in fact, somers was still alive when the special force operatives reached him, that he was, in fact, shot, badly injured by al qaeda militants while a raid was ongoing but when the americans reached alive and indications are that he was brought away from that location for medical treatment maybe on a u.s. navy ship off of yemen somewhere in the process he did die. washington has been a little bit more direct. they simply say that he was murdered by al qaeda during the raid. again, one way or another, it's a tragic ending to a failed rescue attempt. it was in remote area of yemen, the raid happened yemen time early in the morning. and we are told 10 militants of al qaeda were also killed in the raid. there are some reports that civilians were killed as well. but the details of this thing still coming, in guys. >> greg, a little bit more. this is information from our green room.
somers was 33 years old. born in briton but apparently had american in wisconsin. it certainly is a tragedy. apparently abducted in december of 2013. are you aware of any other efforts to try to save him previously? >> yeah. certainly there was one other attempt and was confirmed to me two days ago that this earlier special force raid in which some hostages were rescued from al qaeda was the main target of that was somers as well. that happened last week. but i am told that the al qaeda militants got somers out of there and a few other hostages out of that location before the special forces reached there. so for the u.s. tried to save him twice. unfortunately, a tragic end today, guys. >> greg, just to be clear, no u.s. special forces were injured or killed during this. >> no injuries. no casualties. it is confirmed to me, too,
that the yemen government was involved as well. they want to definitely seem to be on the side against al qaeda in that country. like a lot other countries, guys in that region it is a very rough neighborhood. al qaeda is a dangerous force there. >> greg palkot, thanks for the latest, greg, really interesting. >> >> all right. we're also going to get to this now as more and more americans continue to be on edge about al qaeda and about isis, we hear from hillary clinton, she was speaking at georgetown university. and she said what do we need to do with our enemies? do we need a tack them and be more on the offensive rather than the defensive? now we need to sympathize them and get in their minds. take a listen what she said on wednesday. >> this is what we call smart power. showing respect, even for one's enemies, trying to understand and insofar as
psychologically possible, empathize with their perspective and point of view. let's just really try to get in their heads and understand why they want to savagely behead innocent people. >> yeah. i mean, it's hard to take this seriously. filled with all kinds of buzz words. i would love to hear a more precise definition, i doubt there is one. she is clearly trying shift away from the obama administration's position on things. but, i got to say, there is a kernel of truth in this that i don't think she means that you obviously you want to know what your enemy is doing. and so you can stop and kill him. but i don't think that's what she is saying. i think she is saying something much dumber. >> very confusing and appears to be dumb in a the lot of ways and jesse jail-time duff retired army army -- jesse jane duff. she responded to soft concepts with hard words
earlier on "fox & friends." watch this fiery response. >> which leaders is she talking about? which enemies is she referring to iran who wants to annihilate all of israel? is she referring to assad who has killed coptic christians and murdered his own people with chemical warfare or talking about isis who right now is beheading all westerners and americans on vape? you know who she should empathize and respect is her military. in her mind she seems to think that they may have a justifiable argument. and you want to show compassion towards that argument, which implies to me that she doesn't even understand that the united states is having a threat to its very freedom every single day by these enemies. and we are not in the wrong. there should be no empathy because thousands of americans, their blood is on the hands of these terrorists. i think shy sums it up she doesn't understand. it's easy to make broad statements, generalizations, soft power. what exactly are you talking about? let's get rely precise.
how should we attack the threat from size -- sis -- isis. why does the world respect our military power? it is because we have shown our strength. we don't show weakness. >> you are absolutely right. today as we talk about the death plaintiff summers and the sacrifice of navy seal team 6, thankfully not injured or killed in the two different raids to bring him back to america, the notion of empathy seems even the more absurd. the fact that we have to lay our lives on the lines to bring back americans so to empathize with al qaeda to. pandemic theisman with isis to. empathize with those who want behead. hold hostage. blow up towers in the united states. that seems to be absolutely alien and frankly to everything that we believe. certainly what we want our presents to -- presence to be doing. >> they is v. a point of view of you too, peter.
you need to be sensitive. >> seen all these examples in two recent months of police coming into contact with people they believe committed crimes in both cases they did. who died subsequent to that. one here in new york city. the other famously in ferguson, missouri, these are being taken as metaphors by the left for police brutality. they say there is an epidemic where police are targeting people based on their race. jon stewart jumped on the bandwagon recently and brought up yet another case. this one from california. watch. >> these are merely an unending, bizarrely similar series of isolated incidents. >> this is an isolated incident. like the police shooting of time rice in cleveland or donte parker in san bernardino country or dated in pasadena. or or monday bennett in new orleans. >> out of all that glibness and smugness, do the facts really matter? evidently for jon stewart they don't really matter.
what really happened in the case of donte parker? he was tasered, he was not shot. according to the san bernardino district attorney he was attempting to assault a sheriff's deputy. let's hear what d.a. mike ramos said "on the record" in response to jon stewart getting it all wrong. television show like that that has millions of viewers, when you use a brush like that and misstate facts, it can create problems and issues. the deputy sheriffs that handle that case in san bernardino county were very professional. they were protecting others. protecting themselves. they even called for medical assistance for this individual who lost his life in overdose of pcp. he was not shot. to make those statements, it creates problems. especially right now with what we are seeing across the country and again when are we going to start talking about the law
enforcement men and women really putting their lives on the line for us every day. >> the bigger picture for me is men and women of the honorable profession of law enforcement and how they are being attacked in this time period in the united states of america. >> the bottom line is really you can't just make up facts or ignore facts. just to get your point across or for a good gag on comedy central. >> yeah, the guy died of a pcp overdose. i know that doesn't fit into the the neat, more rattle play currently facts do matter. metaphors, they become useful objects in someone's political strategy. they don't matter. the mean, the narrative, the joke require the facts to be right. >> yeah. and ramos made a great point. he said, look, we leave the state in california and
officers killed in line of duty. nobody is marching on their behalf. all these cops that got called killed. nobody seems to care. >> i watched greta on the record last night she visited the memorial of 2 0,000 police officers who died in the line of duty they are not being spoken about. your thoughts on these stories. email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or hit us up on twitter. saturdays morning, horrific scene on amtrak train to tell you about now. four people, including the conductor all unfolding in michigan. train was traveling from chicago when the suspect attacked three men and a woman. one of them badly injured. >> i see him have his fist up and then bring it down and i was like oh my god he is punching the guy and then i saw him bring his fist back up and i noticed there was something in his fist resembling a knife blade. >> the 44-year-old suspect is now in custody. police used a taser to take him down. >> and just under an hour,
voters will hit the polls in the cajun state showdown in louisiana. democrats mary landrieu trying to hold on to her seat against republican bill cassidy. neither landrieu or cassidy reached the necessary auto% of the vote during the november general election. recent polls show cassidy with a significant lead. also this morning, racial profiling will be allowed at airport security checkpoints and border crossings despite a new policy by the obama administration. the white house wants to stop the fbi and other law enforcement agencies from considering religion and ethnicity during investigations. but officials now say the department of homeland security. full details about the policy expected to be announced next week. and christmas coming early for a disabled veteran. mike hay, a part time parking lot attendant in norman, oklahoma, received a huge holiday tip of $1,000.
and it was from a complete stranger. he couldn't believe he got such a large amount of cash for a job most people don't even notice. >> take the good and the bad, you know, every day and any job, i guess, that i love this little part-time thing. it just gets me away from the house. it keeps my wife happy. >> he plans to use the money to spread christmas cheer by helping others. and those are your evidence lines. >> that is so -- >> americans are pretty nice. >> that's a wonderful story. >> coming up, rolling stones dramatic story about a fraternity rape crumbles to pieces. some are calling it a massive hoax. the magazine now admitting they never fact checked the source. what happened to their journalistic duty? we have got breaking details coming up. and then this mugshot going viral for all the wrong reasons.
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shocking new report rolling stone magazine backtracking after a university of virginia rape story published last month. originally claimed that a girl jackie was brutally raped by members of a fraternity there. but now that magazine is taking back the report, at least in part. saying, quote: there appear to be discrepancies in jackie's account. taking this seriously. we apologize to anyone affected by the story who want to say they no longer have confidence in her. some are calling it the biggest hoax in years. joining us now michelle zeiler director of the law and journalism at the law school. thanks for joining us this morning. >> happy to be here, tucker. >> >> sounds to me like rolling stone stopped attempting to journalism and decided to commit advocacy when they
ran this piece. >> i couldn't agree with you more. there were reports that the author of the article was searching for a rape victim to right about. so she had a point of view to get across and that's that there are a lot of rapes on university campuses and i'm not denying that being in love with this story so much stopped her from acting as a journalist. >> you don't get to just make sweeping claims in journalism. you have to prove it. maybe there are a lot of rapes on college campuses. i don't know. prove it to me. that's the point, right? >> right. though i can see how she might have done what she did, how the heck did the editors, the fact checkers and the lawyers allow this to get through? >> they never even contacted the people they had accused of a violent felony. the seven of them. here is what also confuses me. today, there is every indication this is a hoax. even the rape crisis folks at uva are saying hey, we don't believe this story. but we are still not reporting her name the "the
washington post" has her name, i don't have her name. i would report it if i did. why are they protecting her? >> i don't know that it's a hoax. she may believe it to be true in some level. >> we know the name of the fraternity being accused they have been destroyed. shut down. >> exactly. >> we are hiding her name because why? >> i don't know. i want to say, too. something you said when you spruced the story is that you said that the "rolling stone" claimed that something happened. i want to say that is true. the story never said she alleged anything. the story put this forward as fact. leading the reared to believe that this had been fact checked. and that's just an advocation of duty entirely. >> it named again the fraternity where this supposedly took place. thanks for joining us this morning. i hope you will get back when we get to the bought of this and "rolling stone" continues to apologize we hope. millions of dollars spent on french horns and snow shoes. huh. did you know you bought
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>> get mugshots instead of make selfies on social media. >> it's famous all the same. absolutely. now, on to wallenda, is he clinton eastwood? fresh from stanford, connecticut, after a 22 story repel with santa, rick reichmuth. >> or none of the above. another box. >> don't sell yourself short. >> at least i was tied into something unlike the wallenda brothers which are never tied into anything, which is crazy, crazy. i'm always happy the next day once that's done. i'm out here with without a jacket on because it's a pretty spectacular day, at least temperaturewise across a lot of the eastern part of the country. only real cold we have is in the far northern plains. even that is certainly not all that bad. here is your first alert forecast for the day today. look at all of that on the map. green and white. it's just going to be a pretty gloomy day. it's saturday.
i know a lot of people want to get outside if you can do some shopping snad or deck core rating or cooking or whatever it's a good day to be inside for the most part. not that windy and temps not that wad. a lot of precipitation down there. rain showers across parts of the carolinas and into the tennessee valley. you will notice across oklahoma and texas, looking at a much nicer day in florida. looking really pretty great today. into the far northern plains. temps not all that bad. warming up across the high plains. getting to a 1 degrees and see quite a bit of sunshine as well. out across the west. that's where we have one system moving into the pacific northwest and eventually by this afternoon it will bring some snow in across the central rockies. all right. that's a look at your first alert forecast. peter, send it back in to you. >> thanks so much, rec. months ago we introduced to you garth callahan. he shared the story of special bonds he built with his daughter emma by dropping napkin notes in her lunch since she was a little girl. she is now in high school. the notes took a deeper
meaning three years ago when garth was diagnosed with cancer. now garth wants story has been turned into the book napkin notes. joining us are garth callahan and lovely daughter emma. i'm so happy to have you both. napkin notes and i read a good portion of it very very early this morning, is probably one of the most meaningful books that i have read in many, many years. your story is now that you are fighting cancer again, stage 4 cancer. and that the odds are very difficult stage four cancer, kidney cancer. >> correct. >> tell us how this book came about and what the meaning is for you and your family. >> a few years ago after i was first diagnosed with cancer i discovered emma was saving the notes that i was writing to her. and i took a look at how she was saving them in a little composition book and i thought gosh, this is a really good way to share the notes with other families and maybe inspire parents to write notes to their kids. >> and you wrote about 826
notes that you received, emma over that that time. what do your father's notes mean to you especially in light of the fact that he is fighting so hard to get well again. >> my dad's notes mean everything to me, especially having that connection even when he is not there always have some of the notes. >> let's look at a couple of the notes. >> if you always try to be normal you will never know how amazing you can be. you quoted maya angelou there. what were you saying? >> i really wanted emma to understand that normal is not okay. it's actually better to be exceptional. in anything that you can do. >> and is that what you got out of that? you have read maya angelou before? >> i have. >> absolutely. another note that you wrote, garth. dear emma, success consists of going to failure to failure without the loss of enthusiasm. and you quoted winston churchill. you have been in business
and you worked at circuit city and you have been successful in your career. what's important understanding failure. >> if you are always afraid of failure you probably won't try. and if you don't try, you can't succeed. >> and i i think you understand the uniqueness of daughters. i have got two daughters that i love you wrote dear emma. don't be afraid to be yourself. you are awesome. and i'm proud to be your dad. now, when you got that note, s. you remember getting that i do. >> and what did you feel then and what do you feel now in talking about it? >> i mean, every time i read a note, i'm inspired all over again. and i think about my dad and i think about how great is he particularly courageous man as well as a great, great author let's look at one of the final notes particularly interesting and moving to me.
dear emma. sometimes when i need a miracle, i look into your eyes and see that i've already created one. how does that make you feel, emma? >> it makes me feel great knowing that my dad loves me that much and that he finds inspiration in me even though he is the one being inspiring in this. >> he is garth, how can people do this in their own lives? even people that are not suffering and fighting the way that you are fighting and i believe that you're going to win. how can they do this every day? >> i think the easiest thing to remember is that this is not difficult. i'm not trying to climb mount everest or win a gold medal. take a pen and some type of paper or note card and take that commitment once a day for 30 or 45 seconds and write a note to a loved one. >> if you are not able to overcome this cancer and you have overcome it so many times already. what does this book say for
you, for emma and your good wife going forward? >> the purpose behind that side of the book is that neither emma nor lisa will ever wonder what i believe in or what i stand for. that at any time in the future they can stand up and look around and say okay this is what garth thinks. >> garth and emma, this is going to be the subject of a movie. and this is going to be the subject of a lot of information on saturday in the united states of america. moving inspirational, encouraging dramatic story with a lot of wisdom and a lot of good points, even for me in living my life. garth, emma and callahan so proud of you knockout. it's a great, great book. >> thank you so much. >> merry christmas. >> nice to he see you. breaking at this hour. american hostage killed by al qaeda. strong as ever, lt. general, tom mac ernie mcinerney
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difference of a few minutes but the findings could help doctors understand better sleep disorders. atlanticer. >> why, thank you, peter. >> well, cross the united states, thousands continue to protest against the death of eric garner in new york and the lack of an indictment by a grand jury. this after the violent and very destructive protests we saw out of ferguson, missouri, over of the same decision by a grand jury in the case of michael brown. >> well, are these demonstrations showing a racial divide in america? joining us now is pollster and fox news contributor frank luntz who sat down with the focus group on this issue. good morning, frank. how are you? >> good morning, i have toll it you and i thank cbs for allowing us to use. this this is the most powerful focus group i have ever done in my career. they told me the truth. they argued. they were emotional. they were passionate. and they looked each other straight in the eye. white and black and hispanic and took each other on and we have got a really powerful segment now that shows you how quickly this
thing did i involves in real anger. take a look. >> are race relations in america getting better or worse. >> worse, worse. worse. wave worse. >> i blame obama for doing it. >> so you go right to politics. >> right to politics. because we have a president who has made everything political. >> how sad is that? >> this is the very beginning of the session. we had not done more than five, ten seconds and someone brings up politics. but then it did i involves it gets even worse. i want to get right to this. because it's really powerful television. take a look. >> by show of hands, who believes america is more integrated today than it was 20 years ago? who thinks it's more segregated today? so more people say segregated. >> i think the very hard to it have a race conversation when it's not peaceful demonstration like martin luther king standing up for rights and this is and having a message. it was a messaging. now we see looting and shooting and breaking stuff
and acting poorly. >> what do you if 24/7 the man is on your neck. >> the man is not on anybody's neck. the bottom line is this. >> really? >> listen, i have kicked down a lot of white people's doors, too. i'm former law enforcement. >> that was really what was so powerful. african-american law enforcement official challenging other african-americans about how the police behave. and it got worse and worse. >> i want to go back to the first comment, your question have race relations gotten better or worse. most people think. ironic that the president elected on the hope of bridging the gap between black and white has presided over this disintegration. >> you say ironic. >> and i say how tragic it is. someone could have stepped in and said enough. you basically challenged both sides. that is not wh has happened here. that's why there is this great frustration. the white population believes that the police are essential is. here is the key point and i watched rudy giuliani talk about this. the greatest benefit of
police protection has happened in those neighborhoods where the greatest crime existed that you had precincts that had 50 deaths in a single year that were cut down to 5 over 8 years. were the police appreciated for that? no, they were condemned. >> it would be the wild wild west. >> why don't you take the police out for one week. remove them from the neighborhoods and say okay, you don't like us? we will go away for a week and see what happens. of course you can't do that but, all aspects of american society now are so divided. republican and democrat. >> you hear people say what we need is a real conversation on race. eric holder is said that my sense is always, they don't want a real conversation. they want to soliloquy, monologue on it. is that possible. >> what happened when this group was over is that people walked out together. they actually stayed. the group lasted two hours they were there another 45 minutes on their own continuing the conversation. exchanging names. here is the key, tucker, it wasn't politics.
the moment the politics gets involved in race, then you have got the perfect concoction of a disaster. politics is destroying race relations. politics is destroying civility. politics in a democracy is is destroying civility. it's supposed to be a positive. unfortunately right now in washington, d.c., it's a poison. >> thank you. coming up next, new york city's mayor calling for the retraining of all police officers following the eric garner ruling but is a complete overhaul really necessary? while you were sleeping an american hostage murdered by al qaeda in yemen. does this mean the terrorist lieutenantseerr general tom mciy lieutenantseerr general tom mciy joins us live. taof my geico app. oh, that's so cool. well, i would disagree with you but, ah, that would make me a liar.
a fox news alert this morning, a live look right now where outgoing defense secretary chuck hagel holding a joint news conference with the afghan president in kabul. his surprise visit comes as news breaking overnight that the american photographer held by al qaeda in yemen has been murdered. 33-year-old luke somers killed by terrorists in a failed rescue attempt by u.s. forces. he was taken hostage in 2013. >> could this act be a warning sign the terrorist threat is still as strong as ever? >> fox news military analyst lieutenant general tom mcinerney, good morning. >> good morning, peter. >> is the threat strong or stronger than ever now that we see the sad news about a hostage taken and killed again? >> yes, it is. it is strong and it's getting stronger. we've had more americans, peter, beheaded in the last 12 months than we have had ever since
9/11, 13 plus years. we have a problem. we have a strategy called counter-insurgency that was winning hearts and mind. it didn't work. we need a counterterrorism strategy. isis is sweeping across syria, iraq, but in lebanon and now hamas we have a growing threat and we're not addressing it. >> general, ices seems like the by-product of middle east that is collapsing, the old order is obviously falling apart. can you sum up with the american strategy toward the region is? i've lost track of it. >> well, i have, too, but let me give you my best effort, tucker, because it's an excellent question. when we moved out in 2011 december of iraq, we created an instability that we didn't fully appreciate, and it's very complex, but it's instability. then you had the problem in syria in which that became more
unstable, and you now see that they are gaining success, the radical islamists, that's what they are, and only islam can solve this phlegm. we can help them, but until they start getting them out of mecca and medina saying people that kill innocents, that attack the west are unholy warriors and will forever live in damnation, until we get into their decision cycle and ideology, because it is a very evil ideology, as evil as communism, fascism and naziism, and we must address it that way, and we have not. >> quickly, do you believe that the new secretary of defense action, carter, is going to be able to break into that inner sickle in the white house? >> i do not. but the fact is, he is a very honorable man. he will tell them what he thinks. there will be more friction. he took the job knowing how complex it was, but the problem is there, until they fix the problem, and work the problem in the white house, and let defense do the things that they do best,
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conference right now in afghanistan on the issue. >> and molly hendenberg is live in washington with breaking news and all the details. what can you tell us this morning? >> reporter: peter, tucker, anna, good morning. president obama authorized a rescue attempt inside yemen because there was information leading u.s. authorities to believe that 33-year-old luke somers' life was in "eminent danger" and part of the calculation, the president said, was that al qaeda in the arabian peninsula, a, qap, put out a video threatening to kill somers within 72 hours if demands were not met. the president confirmed somers and another non-american hostage held by aqap were killed. he said "the united states strongly condemns the barbaric murder of luke somers at the hands of al qaeda terrorists during a rescue operation conducted by u.s. forces in yemen, in partnership with the yemeni government. on behalf of the american people
i offer my deepest condolences to luke's family and to his loved once." somers, a photojournalist was kidnapped in september 2013. senior yemeni official says somers was shot by the al qaeda militants but survived the initial raid and was badly injured when u.s. special forces got to him. this official says somers died as he was being transported to another location for medical treatment. a south african aid organization, gift of the givers, says the other hostage who died in the raid was one of their workers. defense secretary chuck hagel says several terrorists were killed in the mission and that the rescue attempt took place in central yemen. one other note this morning one of the fbi's most wanted terrorists was killed in pakistan, according to pakistan's military. senior pakistani army officer says al qaeda's chief of global
operations was killed in the tribal recentlion. shukrajuman was indicted in the u.s. over a plot to bomb new york's subway system. the fbi offered $5 million reward for his capture but now according to sources, he's dead. back to you in new york. >> thank you, molly hennenberg in washington. joining us now as he joins us every saturday, mike huckabee. >> i join you whether you want to or not. >> we appreciate it. >> thank you, great to be here. >> you saw hillary clinton's comments we need to empathize with and not taking it out of context, she said that and we need to respect our enemies, those who are holding. >> we need to hold them in contempco contempt. you how do you have empathy, which means you can identify with them? i cannot identify with people who think it's okay to brutally
slaughter a totally innocent person and cut the heads off of children. there's no empathy there. no. that's the most ridiculously just assinine statement i've ever heard come out of a person's mouth. >> the statement you should reach out and hold hands -- >> with people who are trying to cut your hand or head off. you have to recognize how evil they are and you have to call it out for what it is and then you have to say, one of us isn't going to survive this and i've decided that you're the one who is not going to survive. that's what you got to say. these are not people that want to sit down, have a cup of tea and say gee, i didn't see it your way until now. they're not going to get that. this is a clash between civilized people and barbarians. and we've got to stop kidding ourselves that they are like us, except just have some different views. that is naive nonsense. >> let's continue on the topic and talk about the icy
relationship between the evidence and the pentagon. gates wrote critical books about president obama and we have ashton carter coming in, is he going to break into that tight circle and be able to shake hands with susan rils ace and t president a little easier? >> better men and others have not been able to. let's hope he can. let's not kid ourselves. the person really running policy at the white house is valerie jarrett. the irs, the omb, the epa, you know, and everything but f.o.x. >> who in the white house is capable of micromanaging a defense secretary? >> no one is capable of it and one of the things you would want in a defense secretary is someone who is professional enough that you send them to do their job and you allow them the freedom to do it because if they don't have that kind of capacity, then it's not just that you're hurting them, you're
hurting the entire military structure, because nobody has confidence in the leadership. you've got to have confidence in the leadership, and the president has to have someone with whom he has such a close relationship that they are almost like just one in their thoughts, their minds, and they meld together so that when the defense secretary speaks, he truly is speaking for the president and vice versa. >> good point. >> preotests continue in new yok city and ferguson. are they racism problem, police problems or family problems? >> the easy thing is to blamt cops. it's heartbreaking to see some of the video. let's try to be very, i think politically incorrect but honest. we have a breakdown within our social structure in america, and it is accelerated since the early '60s when we decided that fatherhood isn't really all that important, and we started paying people to have babies out of
wedlock, and daniel patrick moynihan warned us in 1964 when he was a young lawyer in the labor department that this was going to be an increasing problem, and that's back when unwed births were something like less than 25% of the african-american community. it's now over 50% and overall it's like 40% of the white community and he said if this gets much worse there's going to be a social meltdown. now look what's happened. when you see kids raised in an atmosphere where they don't have both a father and father who are educated and employed and committed to each other in a monogamous marriage you see 75% increase in drug abuse, you see an 80% greater likelihood they won't graduate school than their peers. the statistics are irrefutable. it doesn't mean a kid growing up in a single parent home can't make it. it means the odds are against him in a way that is staggering. >> there's no debate about what you said. social science weighed in quite a bit. the numbers are there.
so given that, why hasn't the president ever, one time in six qulee years not once say you ought to get married before you have kids. >> this president could be a phenomenal role model within the african-american community to say get march rid, stay married, be there for your kids. you know what? i have so many disagreements with barack obama but the one thing he's done a great job, he's a good father. he loves his daughters, he publicly and privately seems to be a good, loving father. god bless him for that. why doesn't he use that powerful, bully pulpit to speak about the importance of fath fatherhood? >> it part from changing the family structure, how do we improve things now, what methods in our society should be saying to people in terms of responding to police, in terms of obeying police. i'm going to get arrested, i may not have done anything but the government is saying i need to come in and be held accountable. what do we say to folks?
>> two sides we need to make sure the police do a thorough investigation, that they air out their laundry and let us see what's out there, and they need to have nothing but transparency when it comes to specifically this case with garner, but on the other side, mothers and fathers need to sit down with their kids and say look, if a policeman stops you, this is not a time to see how many curse words you've learned. this is not a time to see how tough you are. if you want to think the cop is wrong, then there will be a time for that when we have an attorney and we go down to the police station and we file a complaint, but on the street, when he says stop, you stop. if he says show me your hands, you show him your hands and you don't reach for his gun and you don't backtalk him because there will be a time when we'll take that up. >> as a lawyer and a father that is great advice. >> that's a mom and dad thing, peter. i was raised if i got in trouble with any authority, school, police, i was in bigger trouble at home and we don't raise our kids to respect authority and we raise them to rebel against
authority and we're reaping the results. >> governor mike huckabee, great to see you. >> great to see you as always. >> thanks. other stories making headline this is saturday morning, a horrific scene on an amtrak train, a knife-wielding man stabs four people, including the conductor. this all unfolding in michigan. the train traveling from chicago when the suspect attacked three men and a woman, one badly injured. >> i bring it down and i was like oh my god, he's punching the guy and then i saw him bring his fist back up and i noticed there was something in his fist resembling a knifeblade. >> the 44-year-old suspect is in custody. police used a taser to take him down. just a few moments ago the polls opening up for a cajun senate showdown in louisiana. mary landrieu trying to hold onto her seat against republican bill cassidy. neither reached the necessary 50% of the vote.
recent polls show cassidy with a significant lead. and royal fever hits new york city, prince william and his wife, kate middleton, will arrive in the big apple tomorrow. the duke and duchess of cambridge have never been to new york. they'll visit the national september 11th memorial and also host a fund-raising dinner. tickets being sold at, get this, $10,000 a plate. a lumber jack from washington state finds a very special christmas gift for a new jersey woman. nick buchanan found a wedding ring while hiking back in 1997. he learned the ring belongs to a woman who went missing along with her husband for a small plane crash in 1959. >> i just was hoping that there was a daughter or a family member that i could turn it over to. >> after some online searching he tracked down the couple's daughter, joyce wharton and returned her mother's ring. wharton calls this her christmas miracle. those are your headlines. >> that's an unbelievable story.
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safe, and not just from some of the painful realities, crime and violence, in some of our neighborhoods, but are they safe from the very people they want to have faith in as their protectors? >> in the wake of a grand jury decision not to indict a new york city police officer in the chokehold death of eric garner, those comments from new york city mayor, is mayor bill de blasio this week. some cops say he threw them under the bus. he's ordering a retraining of all police officers in new york city. the question is, is that necessary and will it do more harm than good? here now, retired nypd inspector, joe cordeiro. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> most people consider the new york city police department the single best police department in the world that presided over the single largest drop in crime in human history. you listen to the mayor, he makes it sounds like the police department is a threat to
ordinary citizens. which is true? >> the truth lies in that the police department is the best trained, the most effective, the most professional police department in the country. >> yes. >> no doubt, and their achievements are undeniable, and the comments, the mayor's comments were, in my opinion, inappropriate, and clearly polarizing. you know, he talked about centuries of racism leading to us this particular event. >> right. >> and then as a solution, the administration offers training. you don't train racist cops. >> this is where you're missing it. i watched the garner tape. i thought it upsetting. i didn't like it. i hated it actually but i didn't see it as racist. where does the mayor get the idea, is there proof this was a racial act? i'm missing that. >> to me this was a prescripted narrative waiting for a time and this was the time that the mayor
chose. clearly you can debate what you see on video, you can debate the grand jury decision and there's strong opinions on both sides but clearly there is no indication, no evidence of racism, so we say that we're brought to the situation because of race but then we offer training. training is a good thing, a phenomenal thing. how do you cure race imfrom training. we start off with a premise, then we offer a solution that clearly goes to the problem, can the nypd be better trained? absolutely. will they pen fit from training that helps them to de-escalate situations, absolutely, relate to the community in a better way. in camden county i said the cops need to go to the communities on foot, introduce themselves, find out what's going on in the community, prioritize the
problems and develop a plan to attack. >> bottom line quick, what do you think the odds are two years from now new york city's crime rate will be considerably higher than it is today? >> i think there's a fair chance. officers are now uncertain about what happens if i do my job, and i do it correctly, but it ends up with a bad result, and that can happen. am i going to become then the pawn in this political or ideological -- >> it's so depressing. dangerous city doesn't help anybody especially the poor. joe cordero thank you for being here. >> thank you for having hee. tens of thousands out of jail and back on the streets speaking of crime and you have the obama administration to thank for that. plus a christmas gift that will give back, with a goat? one can save an entire family. we have the goats and the details on that, so don't go away.
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hi, evan. good morning. happy saturday. some quick headlines. washington, d.c., voters are on board with legalized marijuana. congress may block the proposal. new amendment would prohibit local and federal funds from the law. this engineer allegedly tried to steal schematics from our newest nuclear aircraft carrier and give them to egypt. over to you, peter and ellen, with the goats. >> if you're looking for a
last-minute christmas gift, why not give a goat? buying one can help save an entire family in war-torn south sudan and here at home as well in the united states. that's the mission of goats for the gold goat. we have the founder of that organization, the great fox news contributor ellen rattner. goats for the old goat. >> i started it for the 60th birthday because i was an old goat. you get a picture of the recipient and your goat, so you know that somebody actually got a goat. >> okay, so who do we have with us today? >> we have mrs. claus and frosty. >> beautiful. >> they don't have long ears but i love them, yes i do. >> we know you love the goats. what can people do and what do they get once they make a contribution? >> you make a contribution you can give a part yol goat ial go
full goat. you get a picture of your goat. we also have the beautiful hearts made by women who have seen somebody killed in front of them, yes, right in front of them, peter, here, and swarovski crystals, comes with the whole story about the women who make the hearts, i'm wearing one. we have different colors as well. >> that is beautiful. >> you can order those, we have three different sizes, small, medium and large. all the money goes to people and if you donate a goat today or any time before the first of the year, there's money from that goat that helps hungry people in the united states. we have a donor that gives money for every goat that's sold. last year we sold 1,500 goats and got a lot of money for people hungry here in the united states. >> so what do people say in the sudan when they get one of these goats? what's the reaction? >> well the reaction is i'm just going to pick up this little goat here, the reaction is that they're amazed, because you know, it's like one month's salary to have a goat, and one goat can provide enough milk, a
liter of milk a day. we only give out she goats and people get their photograph with the recipient and the goat, we're the only animal group that does that. >> these goats are dramatic and we bought some goats in our family and they are so cute and so important around the world, and you're going to do some great things for people that need food in the united states, especially during the christmas and holiday season. >> food in the united states, food in south sudan, by buying a goat. >> it's great that you do this and we're proud of you, ellen. >> thank you so much. >> you get these crystal pieces of jewelry as well. more on foxnews.com on the "fox & friends"ed when site. thanks, ellen. sony hit by hackers again and this time they're sending a chilling threat. plus, have a tight christmas budget? stick around. all these awesome kid gifts under 30 bucks. ♪ and a real famous cat all dressed up in red ♪ ♪ and he spends the whole year
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christmas party. what should you be doing and not doing? you ought to eat and drink in moderation, maybe dance in moderation, too? >> that's exactly what you should be doing. if you want to be a memorable co-worker, that's exactly what you should be doing. >> if you just learned to gyrate in the latest j. lo video now is your time. >> that's at the tempo, shake your booty. no self-consciousness, no inhibition, just let it go. >> a lot of people following our advice. brand new study found nine out of ten workers have seen colleagues drink too much at the annual christmas party. >> 48% have gone to work with a hangover of atheir office party. at least they showed up. >> 28% have heard staff revealing colleague secrets. >> i've heard many more secrets than that. sober in the makeup room you waited on this, gloria writes "one lady got so drunk and obnoxious she held up our entire cruise for an hour.
her husband had to drag her onto the bus, so embarrassing." >> yinny says i was an at an employee christmas party some drunk employees got in a fist fight and landed in the middle of the company residence table, president's table and that obviously ended any further parties. >> lisa on facebook, we have an alcohol free christmas party this year, so glad. so obviously no stories. >> i don't even drink choshlgs i am alcohol, but on the other hand i'm for memorable events. >> encourage people to engage in the eggnothing? >> i want a christmas party to remember every year. if the price of that is a fistfight i'm for it. >> life is short. other stories making headlines on your saturday, secretary of defense chuck hagel announcing an additional 1,000 troops will remain in afghanistan. this brings the total troops left in the country to just under 11,000. hagel says the additional troops
will not change the withdrawal timeline. he has faith the afghan security forces will be able to defend themselves. the obama administration has released more than 30,000 foreign criminals into the united states' cities and neighborhoods, this comes from a federal document showing the patterns of immigrant enforcement. isis sent only 9,000 of about 180,000 migrants back to their original countries since 2011. another hack attack on sony, several menacing e-mails were sent from a group calling themselves the guardians of peace or the gop. the e-mails said employees' families could land in harm's way if they did not assist the hacker group. another 100 gigabytes are confidential information posted to a share site. there is suspected north korea is behind the attack due to sony's new movie. one of the most famous
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that is certainly great news, we'll warm things up a little bit, now that it's december. we all want to stay on budget this christmas, can that be hard when your kids want the latest and greatest toys? >> lucky for you, toy expert elizabeth werner has some great ideas and they're all under $30. she's here to show them off. good morning, elizabeth. >> good morning, thanks for having me. >> what a great array. >> so much fun. we'll jump here to the end, this is called plushcraft, pillows our little ones make themselves. they come aassembled, numbers o the front, little pieces of fabric and a stylus to pop them in, they can use them for room decor. >> and it's under 30 bucks. >> exactly. this is bounce off, a lot of fun. we flip a card, shows us a pattern. when we see that pattern it's our job to bounce our balls into there and try and get them in, into that pattern. we're working for an l. it's great for all ages 7 and
up, kids are loving this in college. >> coordination and a lot of things. >> peter, can you take over for now? i want to play this for the next -- >> these are little pets, these birds chirp, they come to life, you can pet them, play with them, they'll talk to you. you can talk to them, happy holidays, "fox & friends." >> happy holidays "fox & friends." >> they repeat, a lot of fun, really cute. >> you can put whatever you want in there. >> all little birdies, come with a cage. >> i love that. >> teenage mutant ninja turtles. remember stretch armstrong? these are the stretch teenage mutant ninja turtles. kids love the ninja turtles, and everywhere kids are looking for them. this is the airstorm fire tech
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he crashed into another car and was arrested. and if you're a dish network customer and wanted to watch some of the nfl games this weekend, you may be out of luck. the satellite provider pulling cbs from its line-up over contract negotiations. the network is seeking more money in fees. more than 2 million customers in 18 major markets across the country will be affected. tucker? satanni isatanists won this place this angel falling into flames in tallahassee florida's capital. they changed their mind after a church state activist group threatened a lawsuit. joining us is the pastor of the bible-based church derek d. mcgee. thanks for coming on this morning. >> thank you for having me on the show. >> i'm assuming there aren't a ton of satanists in tallahassee.
i assume there aren't really any at all, and this is clearly an attempt to stick a finger in the eye of christians in florida. is that correct? >> that would be correct, tucker. it is definitely a ploy and a scheme and a mockery of those of us who are believers of cris jesus, that's their attempt, yes, sir. >> the rationale here is that a satanism is a he will yit mat religion? >> it is a standard and policy open-ended by the state agency that allows us to take place is in a way they met the guidelines and met those guidelines in that regard so they're forming themselves as a religion under the first amendment free speech right. the display is not that at all. >> of course not. they must be pretty stupid guidelines. i wonder as a christian if there isn't maybe an upside in this, in that it reminds christians no the to take their faith for granted and perhaps unifies them
in the face of opposition. >> absolutely. and that would be the message i would give to all those, this is an opportunity for us in this display to also show the love of cris and to do all that we can and also to be mindful of the reason for the season, which is the birth of our lord and savior jesus cris and allow this ploy to change that. it will not change the message and the power of the gospel. >> hmm, so what would be your message to the satanists, presuming there are any, behind this display? if we had one on the show what would you say to them? >> i would say is simply this, you cannot spell christmas without spelling christmas. no matter what you do jesus is always the reason for the season. >> do you think there's a legitimate conversation to have with them or do you feel like they just be mocking your religion? >> i believe they're mocking it but here is the important thing, tucker, is you won't find any christian organization in tallahassee that ever rejected the opportunity to have a sitdown open dialogue and we
would extend that to the satanist temple, to anyone who wants to have that conversation. to date they have never reached out for that conversation, and i doubt that they would want that conversation. >> right, they don't want the conversation, look, there are 51 other weeks in the year, they wanted to get this during christmas week and just to be totally clear, you would not have an objection if a jewish group or a muslim group or a behai group or hindu group, some group representing a legitimate other religion wanted to display in the state capitol? >> no problem and historically there's always been menorahs in the state capitol and conversation and no objection whatsoever. >> this is inability to draw reasonable distinctions between reality and what is in fkt a pretty offensive prank. pastor, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you very much, i appreciate the opportunity. >> pastor derek dr. mcgee joining us.
they murder americans but hillary clinton say don't hate them, respect them. >> showing respect even for one's enemies, empathize with their perspective and point of view. >> whoa! what does that mean? we'll try to figure it out. ann coulter will help us, she weighs in next hour. have you seen this christmas card? former prime minister tony blair of great britain and his wife, going viral not for being picture perfect. huh? up next, how to make sure you get yours right this year. don't be like tony blair. ♪ freeze frame, freeze frame, freeze name, woo, now freeze ♪
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christmas card this week. people are calling it menacingly odd, fabulously awkward, even creepy. has your christmas card become the fodder of -- good morning, thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> we also have the perfect picture especially when the kids are young and crying, and not wanting to but we'll show some good and bad photos. first up. >> we're trying to create a christmas theme right there, but it's overdone. there's too many objects in there, even confusing. and a picture is supposed to be about a memory. >> so we have a good one. >> you want to keep it simple. in order to create that christmas theme, all you required was the christmas hat that. uses the from the rile of thirds. the baby is in the center,
nicely lit. >> that will look perfect on anyone's -- >> and very simple, it's a very simple way to do it. >> next up a photograph of a woman and her son. >> right. >> wow, that's a lot of leg there. let's see another one. why are they two bad. first of all, feet for memories are not the way to go. so, you know, maybe you want to turn around, so even in the feet picture, it almost looks like she's naked. i don't think you want that memory. and their expressions don't really match. this is way better. >> they're both dressed the same, like the expression. keep it simple, don't try to overdo it. >> the neighbors always compete against each other. here's a photograph of the bad version, you say. >> exactly. in this photograph, this is something you can take with your smartphone or camera, but you
lose a lot of the detail. this is one time when you're going to need a real camera to get a good picture. you can see -- >> that's the same house. >> that's exactly the same house. see, i brought a really cute camera. one of the things that people always complain is the cameras are too big. here's a really small better changeable lens camera, about a $900 camera, it takes interchangeal lenses, and you put it on a tripod with a timed exposure. >> even if you have the 6-plus monster. >> these cameras are amazing today, and you can do something like a timed exposure. and the bad family photograph, everyone seems unhappy. >> i always have a rule. never photograph yourself holding alcohol. you never know where that picture is going to end up. this is supposed to be a family photo. they're not happy, not dressed
right. do you want to see this picture a year from now? let's see the good version. >> keep it simple. keep it simple. get down to the level of the subject. and you're able to take a good picture. we teach all of this stuff in our camera store. as a matter of fact we're running a big expo next week, 50 free classes, people can come and learn about photography. we have vendors. it's a big event in new jersey. >> and on christmas morning, the photographs all look icky, because we haven't brushed or hair half the time, some people haven't even brushed their teeth. what tips do you have for the average family? >> just think it through. even if you're a bit off, if you just try to have everybody look like i meant to take the picture, that's the way to go. you don't want to tease people with -- when you tease them with a picture, they don't want to be in it.
so make sure every everybody is happy is really the good word. >> thanks very much. "rolling stone's" dramatic story about a fraternity rape fell to pieces. the magazine admitting they didn't check the facts. we report, you decide. are you afraid to punish your kids of how they may retaliate online? that's happening with some parents and our parent panel is here to talk about it. ♪ it's all been done ♪ it's all been done ♪ woo-hoo ♪ it's all been done before makes me want to light up. my world without cigarettes? huh. i say we take this one less cigarette at a time. that's what i'm doing. and that's how zonnic helps me quit.
details. and "rolling stone's" magazine about a college rape falls to pieces. the magazine admits they never even fact checked. we have breaking details next. hillary clinton says don't hate our enemies. >> showing respect even for one's enemies emphasized their perspective and point of view. >> did she just blow her chances? ann coulter has an idea and joins us live this morning on "fox and friends" because mornings are better with you. good morning, everybody. >> good morning. thanks for have been me. >> abk, pjj. good to see you.
this morning make sure you stay tuned. we have a great choir to perform, and deals are on the website, foxandfriends.com. breaking overnight, the luke somers murdered by terrorists. our catherine herridge, what do you know? >> i'm sorry the news is not better, but we've had confirmation from u.s. government officials as well as officials in yemen that there was a second rescue attempt for this dual national luke somers, a british and american citizen. in the process of that raid, the information we have is that he was shot by this al qaeda affiliate, al qaeda in the arabian peninsula and died before he could have medical attention. a second non-u.s. citizen was
also killed in the raid. we're still gathering additional information, but this group had promised it would kill luke somers within 72 hours after they released a video of him on thursday, so the time was ticking down, and a rescue attempt was made, unfortunately not successful. >> catherine, this group, the aqap group seems to be all about money and that's what they're looking for. is this characteristic to go through and kill the hostages? >> i'm glad you said this. this may indicate a change in strategy. this group had a singular focus on bringing down u.s. passenger jets with non-metallic explosives. this is the same group behind the failed underwear bombing of that plane over detroit in 2009. it's been a group that's used hostage-taking to get ransom. it has not been a group that's
taken a similar strategy as isis in the execution of its hostages. this is a somewhat unusual situation. the initial reporting suggests it was in the course of this rescue mission. nonetheless, it does represent a shift for this terror group. >> apparently this is the second rescue attempt, catherine. there was some questions at least raised during a wow press briefing whether in fact the white house responded quickly enough to the navy s.e.a.l.s question to engage in such a mission? >> i'm glad you raise that, peter. based on my own reporting, one of the complaints that you hear privately from some intelligence and military officials is there is a tendency of the white house to ask for the intelligence to build up further before these rescues attempts are okayed by the white house. this is a very different thing to do, and i'm not trying to minimize the decision making,
because you put a lot of lives at risk when you decide to go in to get an american. but unfortunately there does seem to be a pattern where there's a sense that the bar is being raised too often by the white house and this is creating delays which has frustrated these rescue attempts of the white house, as they have said again today, they sign off on the missions when they feel there is strong intelligence and there's a strong operational plan. just as sort of a final wrap-up point, the one thing that has also been hanging over all of these cases as we head into the next week, is the release of the senate intelligence committee report on the post-9/11 cia interrogation program and what the international ramifications will be when that program is released, specifically the ramifications for these americans hostages who are held overseas.
>> catherine herridge, thank you for the reporting. >> thank you for having me. we want to bring you the latest on the "rolling stone" piece. the magazine came out with a very detailed story, a first-person account from a uva student that said she had been assaulted during a fraternity party. we're not going to characterize them. it shocked people. the university immediately shut down all the fraternities and so errorities and began what it looks like a witch-hunt in retrospect, calling people oat for this brutal rape, et cetera, et cetera. now we are learning that grave question versus arisen about the acrae of that piece. >> and journalistic integrity is being called into question when we learned the fraternity did not even host a party on that night. one of the alleged attackers apparently worked as a lifeguard, but nobody in the fraternity worked at the aquatic
center, and the room this victim described, there's not a room in the fraternity house that match that is description period, so the managing editor of "rolling stone" has been forced to make an apology -- there now appear to be discrepancies in jackie's account and we have come to the conclusion that our trust in her was misplaced. we were trying to be sensitive to the unfair shame and humiliation that many feel after the assault and now regret the decision to not contact the -- and what about all the other women, people who will potential victims of sexual assault anywhere? when people cry wolf like it, as it appears, it diminishes the whole thing. >> it trivializes and also hurts a lot of people specifically on that campus. they basically, tucker, shut down as you were saying earlier,
the fraternities. >> and we're hearing a lot about the chilling effect. this is about a very specific set of allegations which turns outs are untrue. i believe this is a hoax, and those allegations hurt a very specific group of people. i know it's unfashionable to say maybe we should feel sorry for college boys, but which college boys are accused of violent sex crimes unfairly, i think it's right to say we apologize, and the school has not apologized, by the way. that fraternity house was vandalized, the kids had to leave campus, and nobody has apologized. they're the victims here. >> and for no one to ask it is people who allegedly perpetrated it, did you do this? did you not do this? and no one to fact check the allegations made by this alleged accuser? >> in this kinds of crime, that's not necessary. someone is accusing of of
embezzlement, but in this specific species of crime, that's considered irrelevant, she made the claim, therefore it's true. that's not the way our justice system works. >> and not the way our journalism sim should be working, either. here's a take earlier on our show. >> there are reports that the author of the article was searching for a rape victim to write about, and so she had a point of view to get across and that there are a lot of rapes on university campuses. i'm not denying that, but her being in love with this story so much stopped her from acting as a journalist. the story never said she alleged anything. the story put this forward as fact leading the reader to believe this had been fact checked and that's an abrogation of duty. >> the third paragraph i said to
one of my editors, i said, this did not happen. it's just not believable at all. who would believe the story? you know what i'm talking about? read the piece and ask yourself that. >> and america is speaking on an overwhelming way. mark on facebook says it's kind of like apologizing for the fire after your house is burned down, referring to this "rolling stone" explanation of what happened. >> they never even apologized. >> david on facebook says a from a tirnt was damaged, and the entire greek system derailed. i hope virginia back tracks and resins the unwarranted penaltied immediately. >> they should stay out of the news stories. >> that about says it all. >> totally agree. what is aerosmith doing? that's the only question they should be asking. other headlines on your saturday morning we'll get to, but we start with a fog nubs
alert. chuck hagel announcing an additional 1,000 troops will remain in afghanistan. this brings the total troops left in the country just under 11,000. hagel says it will not change the withdrawal timeline and adds he has faith that the afghan forces will be able to defend themselves. we're learning more details. a man accused of stabbing four people, include the conductor, now charged with assault with the intent to murder. the train was traveling from chicago through michigan, when police say the suspect attacked three men and a woman, one badly injured. >> i was like, my god, he's punching the guy, then i saw a fist brought back up and there was somebody reassembly a knife blade. >> police used a taser to take down the suspect. >> the poll is now open for a
cajun showdown, mary landrieu trying to hold on to her seat over caddy. recent polls show caddy with a significant lead. and this story will make your kay. christmas is coming early for disabled veteran. mike hay, a part-time park pg attendant in oklahoma, making just $28 a day, received a huge holiday tip of $1,000 from a complete stranger. he says he couldn't believe he got such a large amount of cash for a job that most people don't even notice. >> you've got to take the good and the bad every day on any job, i guess. i love this part-time thing, it gets me away from the house and keeps my wife happy. >> he's already given some of the money away to others, and he said they needed some holiday cheer as well.
>> he wants to make everybody happy. pretty good. >>. rick, where are you? >> hey, guys, i'm outside. we have a huge crowd. who's your friend? does your friend have a name? >> nyla. >> and i'll bet you're going to a store a bit later on. there's a big store with those things around here. enjoy. good luck. take a look at the weather map. temperaturewise we're looking pretty good. in fact this week it will be much warmer. great news. starting off across the northeast. we'll see a bit of snow across upstate new york, but for the most part, it is just a rainy day, a cloudy day for almost everybody, so good day to kind of stay inside, if you can. cooler across oklahoma and texas, some scattered rain showers will move through the deep south. in the upper 20s, tomorrow
warming a bit further, so a pretty great day. finally out across the west, more rain across northern california and the pacific northwest and that will turn into snow in some parts of the four corners. i hope you have fun at the american girl store today. >> thank you. i'm glad you corrected that. there's a store with those things. >> you know, um-hmm. >> nyla is a cute little girl. here's what's coming up on the program. they murder americans, but hillary clinton says don't hate with our enemies? did he just blow her chance for the white house? ann coulter has ideas. and a chunk of ice almost kills him f we'll have the story on the video. ♪ you're as cold as ice ♪ you're willing to sacrifice our love ♪ find big savings on great gifts.
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this is what we call smart power, using every possible tool and partner to advance peace and security, leaving no one on the sidelines, showing respect each for one's enemies, trying to understand and insofar as psychologically possible emphasize their views. >> don't hate your enemies, empathize with them. that's the word from hillary clinton, taking a lot of heat from those comments. she made them at georgetown. she's considered to be the front-runner for 2016, prohibitive for many. are her chances diminishing. joining us is ann coulter. thanks for joining us this morning. how much do you respect and empathize with isis? >> excellent way of putting it.
now maybe we can get her to empathize with her enemies, the middle class, the working class americans who can't get jobs thanks for democratic policies. >> i think it could be explained away. >> but you have to constantly explain this one. >> that's exactly my point. would her husband have ever said something like that? >> no, no, she's getting to be like joe biden with these comments, then she did the follow-up on obama's you didn't build it, what does she say? something along those lines, no corporation. >> right, and she knows, because she was poor, someone who hasn't driven a car or made her own breakfast in 30 years. but she was -- what does this bode for her presidential campaign, which we all assume is about to kick off? >> i do not think that she is
the automatic nominee. which we're being told, mostly by msnbc, but their argument is we owe her. well, no, we don't owe her. you're the ones who dumped her for trophy wife obama. is the rest of america supposed to feel guilty for that? she isn't that likable. >> if you compare her to someone like elizabeth warren. a lot of dismiss her views, but there's a coherence that i don't sees from hillary clinton. >> if elizabeth warren meant what she said, which she doesn't, i would agree, but the phony attacks on wall street while she's elevating barney frank and chris dodd, you know, their wall street -- i want a lot of democrats to run, i want let a thousand flowers bloom, i want de blasio, jerry brown, and
webb is apparently running, bernie sanders, whereas on the republican side for the first time ever, i would really like if we didn't have a bunch of crazy candidates. if you haven't been a governor or senator, preferably a governor, please do not run as president. i love carly fiorina, but she can't run. same for ben carson. we can't have congressmen, no wasting tine. it's down to romney, ted cruz, chris christie or scott walker. that's it, republicans. >> it's going to be a long campaign season. that's why i'm so glad you are here. ann coulter. thanks a lot for joining us. >> good to see you. if you didn't get a good sleep last night, you might be able to blame your genes. we have that story next. then, are you afraid to punish your children because of how they might retaliate against you online? that is actually happening. our apparently panel is here to tell you about it.
let's get up and moving. thanks for spending your saturday with you. sony hit with another hack attack. this time over 100 gigabytes were put on share sites, some containing financial details on movies from 2013. menacing e-mails were also sent to employees threatening their families. and did it ever give you a headache? probably nothing compared to what this guy is feeling. >> you threw your connecticut -- >> wow, what happened here?
serbia's energy minister lucky to be alive after luckily hi hardhat took the brunt of that hit. call it social media shaming parents, now reportedly finding it tougher when it comes to disciplining their kids. that's because they think too harsh of a punishment could end up online. could the internet be creating a generation of fear in parents? let's ask or panel that question. chris contends her, sydney flicker, relationship expert, and mother of seven rachel camp pose p. >> good morning. >> i say you can't be in fear of raising your kids. i have four children, two step children, two of my own. in my house, my rules. the first thing when anybody gets in trouble, i take away the thing they love the most.
that is their phone. they could videotape me, and if they did, i would be produce. if you don't like my rules, collect your change, move out and get your own place. >> are they really videotaping their parents? >> i've seen a couple out there. if that happened to me, i would probably wear it as a badge of honor. i would say, please keep videotaping. this is the kind of popularity i want with your friends. i'm the mean guy. >> listen, i got mire start in television on reality tv, on "the real world" so i already have a lot of bad moments in my 20s. you know, if you're latina or italian and you parent with some yelling, it can strike the fear of god in some people. the family is an intimate place. >> thought just yelling. i'm jewish. i'm always yelling, but i happy to think i don't want my kids growing up with entitlement
issues, pick up the things and put them in the dishwasher. >> about but this came from a story in "the daily mail." if they're posting, you've probably already lost control at this point. so this is about taking back control as a parent. >> and can you get control by saying you post something on me, i'm going to post something on you? >> i will say, our generation might know -- we might have more trouble seeing yourselves online, so i do see how parents could be freaked out by that, but i think you have to get over it. these kids post everything. >> the second topic, does separating boys from girls help students perform better in school? now, in the past we've had girls' schools, boys' schools, different catholic and other religious schools where they split the sexes? >> i say it depends on your child. in my home i have a 12 wlorld
boy crazy and a 15-year-old who is girl crazy. i think it would help them concentrate more -- my kids are in the front of the class. it's the teacher and my daughter, sophie, and she still finds time to turn around to see what tommy is doing. so it depends on your child. >> i think you're learning use you are subjects, but the other thing you're learning is how to be with people and be with the opposite sex. i think that's as big a part of school as -- >> they're going to meet and hang out with boys outside of school. i can look at myself to know how much time i spent getting ready for school. i think that time wifb spent thinking about academics and not good the cute boys in class, and by the way, all the fights we have with our daughters before school. >> and what they're wear, absolutely. >> weekends -- >> why does it take girls --
>> because they're doing it for the boys. they're doing it for the boys. they also have time to mingle and mix. i agree that we need to teach them how to communicate with the opposite sex, that's what life is about. their weekends are filled with parties. their social calendar is -- >> and they're learning to interact with you and your husband interact as well. >> if the school is struggling, and they're trying something new and they -- i think that's probably worth while. >> studies are showing that it does help. >> well, that's pretty good. siggy, chris, raching, thanks for being part of this panel. come back soon. >> thank you so much. much next, he called you stupid. now jonathan gruber is out of another job, who just said you're fired. plus grilling season may be over, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy a mowuth-watering
by a baboon? he was playing in the challenge in south africa. when the primate came running across the fairway. sinks a birdie putt on that hole. >> we didn't hear the screaming "fore." have you enseen a baboon before? >> no, he's acting like there was a little fly coming by. >> no, there's nothing to fool with. they have huge teeth, meat eaters. >> look out. >> you wouldn't want to see one on the golf course. >> calm under pressure. some terrifying moments on the hollywood walk of fame. police gunned down a man allegedly carrying a pocketknife near a busy intersection. lapd opened fire when he approached them. so far no word on his identity. the now imfamous affordable
care act again out of a job. >> basically that was really, really critical to get the thing to pass. pickwell, a firm that analyzes health care choices severing tying with gruber. he's been touted as part of the expert team until various videos surfaced. -- despite a new policy by the obama administration. the white house wants to stop the fbi and other laws enforcement agencies from considering religion and ethnicity during investigations, but officials now say the department of homeland security will be exempt. full details about the policy expected to be announced next week. and dream on. how well you sleep may all depend on your genes. researchers at harvard saying your dna influences how long you snooze. this usually only makes a difference of a few minutes, but the findings could help doctors
better understand sleep disorders. those are your headlines. if you don't sleep, all blame your mama, parent. >> rick, over to you. >> hurry up with the studies. don't you think? we have some rain across much of the eastern part of the country for your day today. the mid-atlantic, in and around the ohio river valley, down towards the tennie river valley. also some snow and freezing rain across interior sections of the far northeast. the central part of the country absolutely spectacular. in the west more rain and snow across parts of at least parts of the pacific northwest. this also switched to rainy pattern across parts of california and the west coast means we'll see temps really getting more seasonal across much of the country. so things looking pretty good. one last little things tuesday
and wednesday and thursday, but mostly rain along the coast and snow across interior sections. >> all right. that's not bad. it's cold outside as rick just said, but it is grilling season inside. you don't have to sacrifice a steak dinner just because you can't do it on charcoal on your deck. >> here to show us how it is done, brian chrisman, the executive chef at the double eagle steakhouse. del frisco has awesome stuff. >> what is 1/3 meat logs? >> a roasted tenderloin, something easy to do in your oven. >> i'm reading chateau briand, that's correct. you can pick this up at were your butcher shops. get to know your butcher. the quality of the meat is where it starts. make sure you have high quality.
don't cheat that. >> is this an expensive? >> it can be more reasonable than some of your high-end prime steaks. so you can save a bit selfmoney, but yeah, still an expensive piece. >> this is like christmas dinner. what happens next? >> it's a nice lean cut of meat. i'm going to crush summer garlic up. or you can use the back of a knife, whatever is easier for you. you want to break the garlic, so you get the aroma and flair. >> just goes in the pan. >> you want the rack here so some of the juices can drip off. we only use salt and pepper at del frisco's. it's high quality, we let the flavored of that meat come out.
>> i like fresh hers, rosemary, we're going to oven roast there at your home, 250 degrees. >> and just having these things in the pan around it is enough? >> 250 for how long? >> around an hour, you want an internal temperature of 120 degrees. this is the end product. that took me less than an hour to do today. >> that's beautiful. >> can we have some? >> absolutely. >> when you're going to present this, slice it this way. >> brian, one tip for people at home, what is it? >> high quality plate and invite a lot of friends. >> and the key is getting to now year butcher. >> brian, thank you very much. del frisco's is always great. up nest -- my mouth is full.
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knew about it and the program's fail the entire time. finally, two french horns and hundreds of tvs are bizarre items handed out to the pentagon police department. the excess equipment distributed around the country. there are only in middle school, fwu boys of st. paul's choir were performing with world class symphonies and the pope at the vatican. they just released their first album, christmas in harvard square. the boys are joining us and
their director. thanks for being with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> how does this compare to performing for the pope, performing for us? >> it's a tricky question, but equally important. we are cligted to be here and bring this recording to as many people as we can. >> we have heard these young men practicing this morning. they are incredible and handsome young guys. what's it like every day for them to practice? they go to school, they pursue their catholic studies,al the things they do. tell us about the long day. >> it's a long day. we go through the day studying the normal things they study. that's what brought us to this recording in harvard square. >> they must be disciplined. i ran into them in the news room at 5:40 this morning. they were completely awake. how do you take boys this age
and get them on track? >> we have been preparing them to perform at this level and sing this beautiful church music. >> what is the age span? >> they range in age from when they enter, they are 9 and they graduate at 14. >> they have to audition to get into the school and have a great voice? >> we have a friendly and enabling process. >> how does the discipline of practicing music affect the rest of their lives? >> i think it translates into different spheres of their lives, the way they have to concentrate in this performance that goes to the other things they do in life. >> they are going to sing "angels we have heard on high." it is one of the great, great. we look forward to hearing them. >> thanks. ♪ ♪ angels we have heard on high
good morning, we are back with the boys choir. >> the best. >> yes, very, very good. >> man, they were smoking. you are great. this goes up to eighth grade. if you missed it, go online and get their new album, which is worth getting, the cd. it's available on amazon or itunes. >> after the show, they are going to perform as well. log on to fox and friends for that. tomorrow, we have a big show lined up for you. >> plus, trees for troops this
holiday. >> and the worst christmas toys. >> yeah. >> we have some great ones today. >> go to foxandfriends.com for the end of the show show and this incredible choir. leaders of the donkey party on the run. now running away from the costly health care law. meanwhile, no one can run away from this, our national debt topping 18 trillion. that's with a "t," dollars. will this number keep running up? unless we cut big government programs down. i'm brenda buttner. this is bulls and bears. tracy, jonas, john and jessica. welcome to everybody. john, they are running up our visa bill here. no one is doing anything about it. no minimum payment. >> yeah, they are doing