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good morning friends. today is saturday 7th of march. fox news alert breaking right now. assassination arrest. two suspects in custody for the murder of a long time putin critic.he hadshadow of the kremlin. and the justice department cleared darren wilson, but eric holder isn't done with ferguson. >> does that include dismantling the police force? >> if that's what's necessary. >> the feds try and take over american law enforcement. good idea? good question. and students at one major university banning the american
flag because they want to make the school more culturally inclusive. this you have to hear to believe. fox and friends begins right now. good morning. >> good saturday morning everyone. welcome in. thanks for welcoming us into your living rooms and bedrooms. this is the last day where -- the clocks bounce forward tomorrow. >> and congratulations on spring. this is really america's rebirth. i know it's a little chilly, but that will change. >> just don't be grouchy when you don't have as much sleep tonight. >> can't be grouchy. >> we want to get right to that fox news alert. >> two suspects arrested in the shooting death of russian opposition leader according to their federal security service. it's unclear if either suspect is believed to be the shooter.
video shows a vocal critic near the kremlin moments before he was gunned down. many believe putin was involved. bob menendez remaining defiant in the face of possible corruption charges. the justice department reportedly said to bring criminal charges against the new jersey senator. he's accused to of using his office to push the interests of one of his donors for gifts. menedez denying any wrongdoing. p. >> let me be very clear. very clear. i have always conducted myself appropriately and in accordance with the law. i fight for the people of our country every single day. that's who i am. and i'm not going anywhere. >> the charges are reportedly expected to come down in the nexñ few weeks.
iraqi trops are driving isis militants out of the key city offing a al baghdadi. iraqi forces moved in. isis took over the town last month which is just miles from an air base where hundreds of u.s. troops are training iraqi soldiers. this is all part of a major offensive aimed at retaking the city of tikrit. actor harrison ford is recovering there surgery after crashing his vintage plane. ford reportedly broke his pelvis and ankle in the wreck and now we're hearing from the doctor who saw the crash and jumped into action. >> a passenger lay in the airplane slumped over so i think the first instinct was, you know, i don't want this to cash on fire. he was stunned, but he was conscious, he had significant scalp lacerations and trauma. >> an investigation into the crash could take a year. >> wow. p.
>> those are your headlines. investigations take a while. speaking of another fox news alert for you brand new evidence sheds some light on what was going on within hours of the benghazi attack. >> in youly obtained e-mails show two top aides to then secretary of state hillary clinton were running interference. katherine has the details. >> these e-mails obtained show the former secretary of state's principal gatekeeper were running interference during the 2012 benghazi terrorist attack. while receiving updates in real time mills told a spokeswoman to stop answering reporter questions about the status of ambassador chris stevens who was missing an later found dead. but also clinton's statement was never corrected or challenged that night.
>> cheryl mills was instrumental in making sure the big lie was put out there what is notable thus far is that we received no e-mails from or two mrs. clinton. and you have to wonder whether these aides went off line and were using these secret accounts to communicate with her about the benghazi attack. >> reporter: on friday the spokeswoman was pushed to explain you how the department will review the clinton e-mails under foia and what will be made public lick. >> we will use foia standards for the review. >> reporter: littered throughout the e-mails are references to a so-called benghazi group with a source telling fox news that was code for the cheryl mills task force. back to you. >> thanks a lot. we now know that no charges will be filed against darren wilson who is the policeman in ferguson, missouri now resigned from the force who shot mike brown over last year, caused all
the riots. but he will not be brought up on federal charges. that does not mean the feds are done with ferguson. >> eric holder was asked on friday what now? what will happen some? do you plan to dismantle the uájtqq(artment in ferguson, take it apart? and that's what he had to say. >> does that include dismantling the police force? >> if that's what's necessary we're prepared to do that. >> and why you may ask. well, this report uncuffed aovered a couple things. all of the false statements that seemed to have emerged from this whole thing were approach false, the idea that he had his hands up, the idea he may have reached in to the police car, that was proven false by eyewitness testimony. but one part of the story that came out by the department of justice had to do with the way in which municipal officials were tar %9 specifically to get traffic tickets and other, people who couldn't afford to pay them,
going after minorities in the neighborhood, routinely targeting them and they couldn't afford to pay these $100 traffic tickets and they were locked up as a result. >> so if this indeed was happening, is it an effort to bring in revenue or targeting minorities? the ferguson police department a majority or at least many of them may be caucasian. their skin color may be white. does that mean they can't arrest anybody who is minority, anybody whnt skin color. >> so the president has made a lot of this this is just another example of white racism, which is america's biggest problem. he made that point gwenn in the interview with joe madison. and don't let this fool you, joe madison is way fair out on the issues. but here's what he said. >> i don't think that is typical of what happens across the country, but it's not an isolated incident. i think that there are
circumstances in which trust between communities and you law enforcement have broken down and individuals or entire departments may not have the training or the accountability to make sure that they're protecting and serving all people and not just some. >> they need help in other words. where is the help going to come from? >> well, the department of justice. because it seems that they didn't look at the united states as a whole and figure out are there systemic problems within law enforcement across the country. some are arguing andy mccarthy being one of them takehat what the department does is wait for an incident like ferguson to go in and dismantle police departments. take a listen. >> they come in, usually on some incident that gets attention they don't have a prayer of making civil rights case on the individual incident on the basis of the law, but they use it as a
pretext to go in and do what they call a pattern or practices case which to make&í a long story short does a statistical analysis of all the arrests and if you look at it the way racial bean counters look at it, they deduce that there must be racism becase of the number of minority people arrested compared to the number -- >> well what about that? >> let's be totally clear. communities have a right to educate their kids and police their own neighborhoods and communities. right right? the federal government is trying to take over law enforcement, turning it from a local responsibility to a federal one. in the name of ferguson in the name of eric garner the justice department is now going to impose strict affirmative action standards, sensitive training, et cetera, et cetera, so police department as across the country. a function that used to be
controlled by ordinary people. let's go to the university of california irvine now where patriotism may be a thing of the past some critics are saying. students are voting to ban the american flag there. >> yeah, this is a quote from the university of california's resolution that was published. they say this, the american flag has been flown in in-stachbss of colonialism and imperialism. flags not only serve as symbols of patriot civil or webs for nationalism but also construct cultural mythologies and narratives that in turn charge that is alice national list tick sentiment. >> trying to be more culturally inclusive. we want to make sure they feel comfortable and not fly the american flag? does this make sense to anybody? >> does anybody believe that anybody at the university of california irvine is getting a
superior education some? i mean college is in a lot of ways counter productive. >> these kids will feel much better about themselves when they go to class now if there aren't american flags. >> in my sixth grader wrote a sentence like that, i would say it's moronic. >> they should stop speaking english, too. >> they can't write it. >> what do you think? go to our facebook page or you can e-mail us. it's that time of year when we turn to rick pleading here. we think some sort of mythical ability, but you didn't. >> i broke out a lighter colored suit. trying to fight back against it. look at the temperatures. no real signs here yet of spring coming. but we do have the clocks changing tonight, which will make shall people happen except the four of us who get an hour less sleep. so tune in tomorrow because
we'll be groggy and probably unwatchable. another cold morning, but that's about to change. no big precipitation anywhere in the country today. in the east looking pretty good. a few little snow flurries across the great lakes but very light. across the west looking incredibly dry. we will start to watch a lot of moisture start tomorrow in across parts of texas and about a four to five day period of rain across the southeast. so enjoy today, get outside, it will be a really nice one. tomorrow the rain starts. but take a look at what happens temperature-wise. 61 today in kansas city. go to tomorrow, we're up into the 50s in kentucky which is great after you had that two feet of snow this week. going to monday, mid-60s across the mid-atlantic. an take a look at that, tuesday in chicago 54 degrees. >> wow. nice job, rick. >> it's the lighter suit. >> it is the suit. >> love that. ignore the groundhog, it's the suit. coming up, president's new
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splitting from the president's plan against isis. is he right some joining us now just back from a trip to the kurdish region of northern iraq lieutenant general michael bar bearborrow. do you agree with ash carter is this. >> absolutely. i have enormous respect for him and his judgment and his capabilities. and he's stating the obvious. arbitrary time lines do not work. and it's especially dangerous to base decisions and time lines on political considerations back in washington. so he has it exactly right. the enemy gets a vote. decisions must be based on conditions on the ground, not on conditions in washington. >> you just got back from that region. what are the conditions like there on the ground and what do we need to do to stop isis? >> the kurdish region i'd say is stale. they have pushed isis back across their front. they're very appreciative for
u.s. air strike. but they remain very frustrated with our policy of failing to adequately arm them, provide them heavy weapons and insistence that all aid goes through baghdad. another huge concern is the rise and activities of the iranian forces and shia militias. they fear they will eventually have to face them. administration officials describe this fighting led by iranian forces as positive. and it's anything but. there are huge costs associated with this that we ought to be very concerned about. >> new fox news poll out echoing what you just said. is the president more interested in a, down playing the threat of isis? 5 54% believe that's the case. 36% in stopping isis.
the question i had regarding the politics associated with ash carter's statements many of these former cabinet officials leave the white house and write a book about it. there ash carter is right there saying he disagrees with the president. he doesn't have to write a book about it. >> no. as i said he's stating the obvious and that is typical ash carter. he's brilliant. he sees what the strategic end stage should be. he understands strategy and he understands how to put together ends, ways and means. until you now when there has been a clear mismatch in the ends ways and means that we've applied in this fight against isis and our strategy has been deeply flaw. >> boots on the ground, general? >> the right boots on the ground. special operator robust intelligence collection assets, and really serious effort to train and rebuild the iraqi security forces. we trickled in something like 1700 forces over eight months. that won't cut it. we don't need u.s. combat force
we need the right types and right numbers. >> general barbero we appreciate you joining us this morning. >> thanks. coming up here, baseball legend curt chilling's daughter attacked online. m)=ibuáttut dad, though, not backing down. >> it's not twitter's fault, it's not facebook's fault it's not the internet's fault. it's people's fault. >> now he may take legal action. so does he have a case? we'll debate it next. and so much for composure. golf super star rory mcilroy chucks his club into a pond after an errant shot. what has him so fired up? here's my guess. goff. why do people count on sunsweet amazin prune juice to stay fit on the inside?
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. some quick headlines for you this morning. a potentially dangerous prisoner on the run in the state of california after attacking a deputy at a san jose hospital. john l. carter an accused sex offender in jail since last year is now on the run. he escaped while being treated for an unknown medical condition. there he is. and in florida, a teen also using a hospital trip as an opportunity to slip past officers. ft. lauderdale cops say the 17-year-old girl was still wearing happened cuffs when she escaped. police not releasing her name or giving details about her medical condition, but she's on the loose. anna. former mlb pitcher curt schilling making waves this week after he called out his daughter's cyber bully by name. one man lost his job and the other getting hit with a suspension from his community college. but schilling now defending his decision to speak out.
>> there are young ladies, there are families who don't have the platform or the voice that i have or don't draw the attention that i do when they talk who don't have their daughters because somebody that they didn't know talked trash about them on the internet. it's fo not twitter's fault, it's not internet's fault, it's people's fault. >> schilling has vowed to explore all legp& options against those bull list.yiesbullies. does he have a case? steve, you think curt schilling deserves father of the year >> father of the year. i mean there are rules, there are expectations accountability. i'm sorry when you do something as shappened there, you should be punished. you should be suspended, terminated. i think it was fair and just. >> and what do you say? >> i think there are two different things going on. i don't fault curt schilling for doing what he did it. a father has a right to protect his daughter and his family
members from physical danger, from offensive comments. where i find fault is with the employer and with academic institution. i don't think the employer can go around and be a moral barometer for what is right and what is wrong for an employee on their off time or on twitter or if in social media. sfwlnd. >> and you are you're saying because he $as some status, that's why the attention is being given to this case. but on the flip side, he's using his status in order to potentially change legislation even. >> absolutely. >> so does he have a case to be able to do this? >> absolutely. you're way off base, no pup intended. but, yes, absolutely. because i think from an accountability standpoint from a criminal standpoint these people voice their opinion with reasonable expectation to do and harm someone. i think that we have to look at it from a legislative perspective, make people accountable for their actions. >> and what could you do legislatively to change this? words can cut deeper than a knife whether they're written or whether they're spoken.
and this is a very real new thing that teenagers are dealing with these days. >> again, i think the issue is whether an employer or academic institution should be in the business of disciplining people for what they say in social media. i find the comments many of them offensive. i also think they're locker room talk and that many people say many things in the locker room, on facebook in twitter that are offensive. how can an employer police that and should they? and i'm not sure they shouldn't. i think it's frankly a slippery slope. >> what legal recourse do the schillings have? >> i think look, there is potential harassment. if you look at it potentially criminal in terms of rape. if you read those tweets they're pretty offensive. so i think there are accountability and actions that have to take place. you have to do diligence and follow up and i would hope to think something happens like this. >> thank you so much for your
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good morning. hope you're doing well. 32 past the hour. we all know live tv can be full of surprises, but you what about a reporter getting caught at the drive-through? >> what's the latest? >> hello. looking forward to the next -- >> is it too early to get a sandwich? are we live? i'm in the car since 4:00. i'm starving. just getting something real quick. a fish sandwich. can i help you? can i get a fish sandwich? how much do i owe you, buddy? >> i told you you we were coming to you. >> that guy is a huge mcdonald's fan. >> like 50 chicken nuggets.
>> and a bright orange beard. there is more going on here than i think we're learning. >> well, that was baltimore fox affiliate traffic jam jimmy. he was caught trying to get a snack during a live traffic hit. he's out there on the road, working hard. >> i'm not buying it. i think traffic jam jimmy or whoever he is a silly guy trying to make everyone laugh. >> also it's known as filet of fish. >> one of the most processed food you'll ever eat. >> yeah 100% fishlike. this is a shocking story. a pair of would db bsh-be foster parents told they cannot adopt. they have been married 24 years and they want to adopt a pair of 12-year-old siblings. >> that's because you have to store your guns and ammunitions in separate places in their community in neff. so they have been told because they have conceal carry permitsces
in their community in neff. so they have been told because they have conceal carry permits, they're not fit to be parents. >> and the father spoke out at a nevada state assembly. take a listen. >> my wife valerie and i have been together since high school. 24 years now i believe. we have allege planned from early on that we would adopt later in life. in 2013, we decided it was now time to go ahead anded a aded a adopt and complete our family. a lot of older children in the system need home. we have 12-year-olds that let's be honest, a sad truth not as many lining up to take those kids and give them a good home. fortunately we were in position to do that. p. >> so this couple wants to give these children or a child at least who is being shipped around from different family to different family potentially in the foster care system, he with an wants to give them stanltbility
and they're not able to do so because they carry a gun.withan wants to give them stability and they're not able to do so because they carry a gun. >> in the report they cited this, a concern about the ability of a child to gain access to a loaded weapon. that's nonsense. of course if you have a conceal carry permit, you've already demonstrated responsibility the fact that you're a law abiding person. they just don't like guns. they're lifting left wing politics interfere with this family's desire to adopt. you think of all the creepy people who get to adopt kids and then all the kids floating around in the foster care system, to get in the way of this is appalling. >> let us know what you think. should the family be allowed to adopt a child because they have a gun in the house? let us know. i'm sure we will read a few of them a little bit later. and other stories making headlines, a chilling jail cell interview from the man accused of plot being an attack on the u.s. capitol. christopher lee cornell was arrested in january outside a
gun shop. he told the local fox station in cincinnati if he hadn't been arrested, he would have gone to washington to shoot the president and opened fire on lawmakers. core felllonelrnell says it's all revenge for attacks on isis. too fast to touchdown? feds are eyeing the pilot's speed in the crash of that delta jet that skidded off the run way at lagardeaguardia. mtsb gathering cockpit data that could show how they nearly crashed in to the flushing bay. all passengers on board were evacuated, three taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the fbi is offering a $25,000 reward to help track down the people who shot a federal judge in the leg during an attempted robbery. detroit police say two men tried to force judgeburg oig inside
his home, but he refused. they do believe it's related to his time as role or federal prosecutor. he remained hospitalized. rory mcilroy's he day going from bad to worse. >> i'm sure he's going to try to fashion some kind of high cut. and this is pulled -- water. check this out. the club, as well. >> don't we all feel like doing that sometimes? he took it out on a 3 iron. rory said he knew he wouldn't need it for the rest of the round, so why not. he's been struggling. now eight shots behind will the leader at the cadillac championship. >> one time i was playing with a guy, he just got a new set of clubs he swung it and it flew off into the cornfield. he couldn't find it p. >> you know who would never do
that? >> because he couldn't be caught on the golf course. >> i would be be frustrated. i'm going to go out on a limb oig and say this is the last day we see this kind of temperature here. we have record breaking low temperatures again across places like d.c. this morning. and a lot of areas around the mid-atlantic and around the great lakes, it is going to get better, though, for tomorrow and then we'll watch some rain. take a look at these maps. this is future radar done across the south. this morning nothing going on. and for much of the day today, things will really be pretty calm. but watch that moisture start to stream in tomorrow across texas and it stays there throughout the day on sunday and then again into much of the day on monday. and that will be our general pattern for this week. expect a lot of rain. today, however a few light snow flurries moving in across areas of the northeast, upstate new york in around parts of the mountains. nothing that will cause big problems. but be careful on those roads. do you know to down to the southeast a pretty day. a lot of sunshine and temps
beginning to warm up. so enjoy today. tomorrow that rain moves in to texas. so today the day to get out and enjoy it. northern plains, 60 degrees in lincoln, nebraska today. 57 in quincy illinois. out across the west a ton of sunshine. sunny skies today for almost everybody. great news today. right? sunshine. >> we have the videotape of you suggesting that this will never happen again. >> yes, i'm willing it, also. >> thank you, rick. kevin bacon is back for a brand new action packed season of the following. >> punishing us for killing his family last year. these murder scenes are recreations of their deaths. >> season three picks up with a whole new story line with cult leader skroejoe carroll on death row. three seasons. >> and just when you out the show couldn't get any more intense, this season promises to be even more harrowing than of
before. how much do they expect me to be able to handle? i talked to the cast ahead of the new chapter. >> to kill is only the beginning. p. >> while the following is back with a new search tracking down a serial killer and his cult. >> you have no idea what is coming. >> when you have a serial out there it's really challenging. and i'm amazed at what writers can do over the course of multiple years. >> his co-star says this season takes viewers on a whole new ride. >> it's a new chapter in the show. and, you know things start out good for our characters. but being the following quickly deteriorates about. >> this show scares the bajesus out of me. >> good. >> this is the age of joe carroll. >> my name will live forever. >> joe carroll is probably one of the creepiest characters on tv. >> the characters start the season in a good place, but don't expect that to last long.
>> we try to make it a scary show and it's good to know that it's working. >> season three unravels a brand new twisted web of violence and it's only the beginning. >> anything you'd like to add? >> no. >> catch it monday nights at 9:00 on fox. as always, all myiy interviews in the fox light.com or follow me on twitter. >> we're just graduate to have you back in new york. >> i've been on the road i know. coming up president obama saying racial bay as oigof by bias is a national problem. >> plus could these jet setting newlyweds be settling down in
welcome back. a quick look at your headlines. amal clooney is headed to new york city. he'll be teaching at columbia university this spring. he'll also be in new york filming a new movie. and a giant green inflatable pig is missing. just days before it was supposed to star in a st. patrick's day parade. organizers in california say it was snapped from an outside storage facility. the same thing happeneded a ed aa few years ago and it was returned
right before the parade. well, racial bias and discrimination in the ferguson police department were findings in a federal report. is it only in ferguson in president obama says it's everywhere. >> i don't think that is typical of what happens across the country but it's not an isolated incident. individuals or entire departments may not have the training or the accountability to make sure that they are protecting and serving all people and not just some. >> is that true? is white racism the biggest problem in america's police departments and poor communities? well, we are honored to be joined by dr. a lee take king niece of dr. martin luther king. we're glad to have you this morning.take king, niece of dr. martin luther king. we're glad to have you this morning. >> thank you. how are you this morning? >> couldn't be better.
so some are saying that the president's plan is on basically nationalize police departments under the justification that they are irretrievably racist and therefore need to be run by the do you think that's a wise thing to do? >> i've been talking to milwaukee sheriff david clark, this morning police chief ed mullins and working with restore the dream. and i go all across the country. so these kinds of outbursts and issues are occurring all over the country. but the real solution is bringing heart back to the people, to the police departments. because when it's revenue driven when you tell officers that they have to write so many tickets, make so many arrest they begin not to see people. when you tell people be afraid of these folks you know they forget that they're there to protect us. so the answer is to not
privatize or nationalize the police services. but to really look at what the systemic issues are and work on those systemic issues. p. >> certainly getting ticket quota seems like not a good way to serve the public. p so the 50th anniversary of the march on selma is coming up and you're headed down there. as you prepare to go down and you think about how the country has changed in these past 50 years what do you think? >> i remember my dad of course marched on the bridge on bloody sunday. my mother was cleose friends with the woman killed because she just went down to help. so we do have the right to vote, but voters now sometimes apathetic or angry. i don't want anyone to give up hope. and you know, back then we were fighting about skin color and being able to vote because our skin was brown. but now there are 55 plus million people who will never get to vote because of 73. so i
will be marching for the babies and remembering the sacrifices that my dad and uncle made and congressman john lewis for instance. so many. viola. but i want to remember now that the vote is still very important and that it has to be protected at all -- by any means. >> thanks a lot for joining us and welcome to fox. really gladded to edto have you. >> thank you so much. coming up, scandal surrounding hillary clinton's private e-mail accounts rose, but the man who ran against her says it won't affect her chances at all p. dennis kucinich joins us. and you're losing an hour of sleep tonight, but don't let it ruin your rest. tips to get the best possible sleep you can under the circumstances.
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hey, good morning, everybody. tonight is daylight-saving time when we spring forward and lose an hour of sleep. studies show the monday after we set clocks forward there be 25% more heart attacks 17% more car accidents, and a 6% spike in workplace accidents. >> so how can you be sure you still get that much needed rest? here with tips a member of our fox team. nice to see you. >> good morning. hoe you got your seven hours of sleep last night. >> i know. right. >> the fight against this -- it's so annoying, daylight-saving time every year. we have to readjust our body clock, doesn't make a lot of
sense. people wonder why we even do it in the first place, you have to say, tips, take it easy before we get to bed. wind down to make sure we don't have a big problem. >> you would seem, what's the big deal? it's only one hour. sometimes you lose an hour of sleep because the kind of lifestyle you have on tv but you still survive and nothing happens, but there are changes that happens physiologically you're not aware of. the numbers just mentioned. on monday morning the study shows there's an increase of 25% heart attack or 17% car accidents. >> wow. >> what do i do? i always try, on days like this, i try to get on the roadway before anybody else so you're not exposed to these kinds of accidents. there are things you can do. for example, on saturdays today, i always change the clock already, because my system has 24 hours to get used to it. zoom in on this watch. you can see that the time is already changed. so between now and tomorrow, i'm already ready for this. >> it's like, to travel internationally, a lot of people do that, to fight off jet lag. we're essentially going to be
jet-lagged monday morning? >> exactly right. by one hour. go to bed earlier by one hour or things to do to make your bedroom comfortable. no caffeine or alcohol before you go to bed. temperature around mid-50s, not too hot or cold. don't exercise right before you go to bed because you'll be wired up, and put your cell phones, put them away. >> keep them in another room. plug them in. >> what about eating? >> so not a huge, fatty food right before you go to bed. a have gr pointood point. you'll be uncomfortable and be up. i recommend a cup of tea. chamomile tea is really good. if you have trouble sleeping take a very small dose of melatonin. very small dose of melatonin kind of calms you down. for me, the trick is change the time today on saturday, by the time you get to tonight i'm already set for it. >> morning exercise is best.
don't overdo it throughout the afternoon and stay away from the electronics and caffeine before bed? >> absolutely use something natural, like melatonin as opposed to a different sleep aid? >> yeah. i don't like the drugs. i don't like any of the drugs. there are some after effects, but it's not worth it. melatonin is good. chamomile is good. talking about warm milk, banana if that works go for it. it never works for me. >> he's a very wholesome man. >> thank you. >> good to see you. >> all right. remember, these guys? the five terrorists released from gitmo by the president from exchange for sergeant bowe bergdahl? one returned to terror. details at the top of the hour. and dishing homework, telling students to go outside instead. who's really benefiting from it? the kids -- or the teacher?
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hi everyone. good morning. it's saturday the 7th of march 2015 i'm anna kooiman a fox news alert. assassination arrest. two suspects in custody for the murder of a longtime vladimir putin contradict gunned down in the shad oeft kremlin. the developing detail, straight ahead. remember these guys? the five terrorists released by gitmo by president obama in exchange for deserter bowe bergdahl, looks like one returned to terror. details coming up. an students at one major university banning the american flag because they want to make the school more culturally inclusive inclusive. today it goes to a vote. has political correctness gone too far? you're weighing in. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. hey this is curt schilling.
you're watching "fox & friends." >> hey everybody. >> curt schilling, he's the best. >> fantastic. welcome into "fox & friends" on this saturday morning. today or this evening what, 2:00 in the morning, daylight-saving time. >> don't add the s. daylight saving. >> there's no s on day lyelight saving. you'll see ss added. >> it's appalling. >> stand up for, this is yours? the lottery? preys on the poor? >> not add an s to daylight saving on this show the next three hours. >> but you'll hear a lot of anti-daylight saving from a man waging a one-man war on time-keeping. >> you'll be very grumpy tomorrow. fox news alert. breaking now, two suspect arrested in the shooting death of russian opposition leader
boris nemtsov. sutsov a vocal critichris critic's vladimir putin moments before he was duned down. many believe putin was involved. democratic senator bob menendez remaining dedefiant. set to bring criminal charges against the new jersey senator accused of using his office to push the interests of one of his donors in exchange for gifts including flights to the dominican republic. menendez adamantly denying any wrongdoing. >> let me be very clear very clear. i have always conducted myself appropriately and in accordance with the law. i fight for these issues and for the people of our country every single day. that's who i am. and i am not going anywhere.
>> the charges are reportedly expected to come down in the next few weeks. a medical helicopter burst into flames overnight after crashing on its way to a hospital in st. louis. the pilot was killed. he was the only person onboard. the helicopter was on its way to pick up a medical team. it's not yet clear what caused the chopper to go down. funeral arrangements are set for the former archbishop of new york edward cardinal ian. a public visitation will be held noon eastern monday at st. patrick's cathedral and the funeral set for tuesday at 1:30 p.m. the cardinal may be most remembered for his compassion after the september 11th terror attacks. he died from cardiac arrest on thursday. he was 82 years old. another fox news alert now. brand new evidence sheds light on what was going on at the state department within hours of
the benghazi attack that left four americans dead. >> documents show that two top aides to then secretary of state hillary clinton were running interference apparently for political reasons. fox news chief intelligence correspondent has new details. >> reporter: clayton anna and tucker, these amails show the secretary of state's principle gatekeeper and another at clinton's side for decades were running interference during the 2012 benghazi attacks. receiving information realtime told to stop answering reporter questions about the status of the ambassador missing later found dead. that also meant mrs. clinton's statement, the first by the administration to wrongly ling the attack to an tooub video was never questioned that night. >> making sure the big lie was put out there.
what's notable thus far we received no e-mails from or to mrs. clinton. you have to wonder whether these aides went off-line and were using secret accounts to communicate with her about the benghazi attack. >> reporter: on friday the state department spokeswoman was pushed to explain how the department will review the clinton e-mails under the freedom of information act and what will be made public. >> we will use foya standards for the review. what we determine appropriate will be public. >> reporter: the state department e-mails, references to a so-called benghazi group with a diplomatic group telling fox news, code for the sheryl mills task force whose job was damage control. clayton anna and tucker back to you. >> live in washington. okay. from the very beginning critics have said if you release prisoners from guantanamo bay, from the american prison there, president obama, they will return to fighting against the united states with the taliban or al qaeda. turns out the critics were
right. >> recidivism rate often cited as a reason we shouldn't do this. according to a new report u.s. spy agency is specifically looking into whether or not one of the five taliban leaders remember the taliban five released during the bowe bergdahl swap, returned to the battlefield and joined up with the hierarchy of the taliban once again. >> right. so how comfortable can you feel, anyway, having these five four-star generals, five-star generals, essentially, leaders in terror activity to be just in qatar? is that okay? especially were the recidivism the way it was. >> there's no chance they're going back to the battlefold but, of course, they have. for what? as we watch americans get executed beheaded in syria by isis and hear the federal government say we don't negotiate with terrorists and then you watch the federal government negotiate with terrorists to get back bowe
bergdahl, maybe there's a double standard here? >> another guest on saying this is ridiculous. we can't trust the qatari government and heard the admiral at the time, very comfortable with the qatari government and are watching them. listen. this was a few months ago. >> we have is a good security partnership with the government of qatar. they have provided assurances and i can tell you that we are comfortable at the defense department that we can mitigate any threat posed by any one of these individuals in terms of terrorist activity. again i can't talk about the details. i can tell you we're very comfortable comfortable, though, and can mitigate that threat. >> all part of the campaign of wanting to make good on a campaign promise to close guantanamo bay. is that what's really going on? >> turns out more complicated than he thought when he first promised to do that. a new report predicts more detainees will return to the fight. 116 of them already have. >> look at this. >> the numbers. >> unbelievable numbers put up on the screen.
116, tucker mentioned. of the 647 that reen gaugegaged, 69 may have already reen gauge-engaged according to the report. >> a quote from the report on gitmo from the director of national intelligence. based on facts we assess some detainees will seek to re-engage in terrorist or insurgent activities after transferred. this is basically the end of the conversation. i don't think the administration after seeing that in print can release anymore prisoners from gitmo raising the question why not try them in court, in military justice system or in civilian justice system? i've never understood that. these people committed crimes against the united states. our just it system is the best in the world, we should be proud of it. why don't we put them on trial? >> it's a legal mess. >> weighing on that plus this -- are you fired up about this? absolutely.
happening ining ining in uc irvine in california. voting whether or not to ban the american flag on campus because it's culturally insensitive. >> america a melting pot, right we want to be culturally inclusive but do it in the name of patriotism? >> what they in geraldo tothey had to say. flown in interests of colonialism, constructs cultural mythologies and narratives in turn charge nationalistic sentiments, to that -- >> it's hard to think of a more moronic sentence ever and think of all the parents, i admit, i'm one of them, spend all this money on college, worry about it. you spend your whole life worrying how to pay for college. your kids go to klemp and learncollege
and hate you and the country. why are we doing this? >> a crime if they wanted to pass out a constitution. something like that. take it a step further and ban english from college students, too? probably feeling uncomfortable. english as a second language. >> students at irvine don't want to fly the american flag on campus they should not be upset if they don't get any loans or federal assistance. >> i join your prayer. >> a slap in the face of all veterans and americans john says. >> and also perhaps those students should spend time in a country other than america to see how good they have it here. i doubt they could ban the chinese flag or the russian flag. >> keep your comments coming. all right. and standing by in his lighter colored suit in honor of the impending spring. hey rick. >> my first major, spanish lit. english was forbidden in my
classroom. >> that's all right. >> but not the flag. and meteorology, i'll stoic that. more appropriate. boston, thought we would maybe get to the record for the all-time snow jest season. did not happen in the last storm. two inches below. it is not happening this week. maybe next weekend snow moving in and we can break the record. not that you want more snow but you might want to break the record. look at this. it's cold. 18 in new york. 21 raleigh. 30 in atlanta. tonight's low temperatures are going to be a little warmer. so we're starting to see warmer air make its way in. good news. today almost nobody is seeing real precipitation. a little bit of snow moving in and around parts of the great lakes that won't cause problems today, and out across the west, high and dry. you notice this kind of moisture stream here. that is what's going to impact areas of the southeast for about the next four to five days, starting tomorrow in texas and then monday it moves in across areas of the deep south. get ready.
temperaturewise, watch what happens. warmer temperatures had 42 on nond boston. feel amazing. good to get this slow warm-up. a lot of snow there. really warm temperatures and rain could have a massive flooding problem. we want to see a number of days of 40s. >> such a good spin on it. i like that. >> that's the way it works. >> gracias. >> you're welcome. the scandal surrounding hillary clinton's private e-mail account grows by the day. but the man who ran against her says it won't affect her 2016 chances at all. former democratic presidential candidate dennis kucinich of ohio joins us next. and then what happens when you blindfold someone and then have them try a slam dunk? we'll show you, coming up. >> always wondered that. glad we have an answer to it. >> i lost sleep last night thinking about that. introducing new flonase allergy relief nasal spray, now available over the counter in full prescription strength.
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welcome back. hillary clinton in hot water for using a private e-mail account while secretary of state, but is the growing scandal enough to ruin chances of a 2016 win? not according to a man who ran against her. >> former ohio congressman and two-time presidential candidate dennis kucinich join us live from washington. nice to see you. >> nice to see you. >> good to be with you. >> seems like a big deal. i mean, this e-mail account was set up for the express purpose of voiding disclosure laws. so this won't hurt her as she mounts a run for president? >> two things. first of all it depends on the content. and that's going to remain to be seen, and that will depend on what a congressional committee comes up with. if there's connections to foreign policy the clinton foundation, other things that could be a problem but at this point i don't know that this
really registers with the american people and the voters in the primaries concerned about jobs, wages, retirement security. health care. foreign policy, energy, environment. those are things that people are paying attention to. >> but doesn't this play to the narrative, though, of the clintons? and isn't that troubling for voters this idea that they're secretive, have shady behind-the-scene dealings going on? doesn't that just play to that narrative? >> it could but at the same time, at this point and i'm talking about at this point in time it could, to some people seem like a niktechnicality. it could be bigger but i'd be cautious about projecting from whatever information is available at this moment, because we just don't know. >> i'm interested in the point you made a second ago that the democratic base, primary voters. people who actually choose the
nominee hillary clinton took more money from wall street than anybody in the united states senate when she served there. not a populist an elitist. they're going to nominate her? why? >> well secretary clinton has a great deal of affection among the democratic base, based on her years of service. now, if she is challenged in a primary her position on some of those issues should come up but at this point, it's not clear that she's going to have any opposition in the primary. and so there is in a sense a closing of ranks that's occurred behind her candidacy, which may or may not be affected by the kinds of events you're reporting this morning. >> can she decouple herself from the obama administration? to tucker point, yesterday we saw a cover story in the "new york times" about, yes, this economy is burning and churning, wall street doing very well but wages stagnant not rising with this grows economy. can she decouple herself particular the legacy that has given us those stagnant wages? >> she can and she will. the -- what the secretary would
have trouble explaining though, is the long-term impact of trade agreements that happened during the time that bill clinton was president, but you know, again, i think that the issues that will take shape looks like at this point they'll take shape in a general election. so it's very difficult to forecast from this moment that e-mails will be an issue in a general election where i think international policy economy, wages, jobs environment. those things will matter. now, if the content of those e-mails connects to foreign policy decisions, clinton foundation, political matters, campaign, then you're looking at the potential for a whole new ball game, but that's not clear at this point. >> we'll find out. congressman dennis kucinich. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you. coming up -- sorry tucker? thousands of inmates walking the streets free. why you can now thank california
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getting in a settlement with the team. the cheerleaders say they were paid the equivalent of $2 an hour for their work. they'll now get about $6,000 apiece. nice hair toss. finally, 32,100 dollars is how much one of the cars used in "herbie "herbie," the lovebug movie, was found a junkyard and restored. a first grader suspended in the state of colorado for making a gun with his fingers like that. did the punishment fit the crime and how young is too dwroungyoung to suspend a child. joining us austin and his dad. thanks for coming in and bringing elijah. tell us what happened that led to the suspension. >> yes, sir, good morning. well, we were sitting at home, and got a, we received a phone call from the school stating that he would be suspended.
he could stay there for the rest of the day. the next day we went in there to find out why he was being suspended because we didn't get much on the phone. when we went in there we were notified that he had made a finger gesture, bang, your dead to another student, and pulled him into the office had about a five-minute conversation. if he knew what dead was. 6 years old. and, you know, they let him stay for the rest of the day. >> wait. so just to be totally clear here -- his finger didn't go off and shoot anybody. did it? >> no, sir. no, sir. >> his finger wasn't loaded. right? >> no, sir. >> okay. so he didn't actually hurt anyone? >> no, sir. >> huh. how do you feel about this? >> i think the policy that they followed and the punishment they
gave out do not fit the crime. not to mention after this story aired on the news about it, we received four more accusations of him getting in trouble at school without any documentation, or us being notified. so i think this is an attempt to give him problems, and -- further complicate situations. >> i guess that's what you get for complaining. we have a semiintelligible statement from the school. we encourage parents to be an integral part of disciplinary actions. our administration considers the offending behavior and past with infractions. i don't know what that means. bottom line,ñi elijah put his finger in the shape of a gun and that in effect was unacceptable. what affect do you think this is having on him? >> i don't know if it's having
much affect on him but it's just later down on the road, or whenever just bringing up situations that could trouble him. >> so who -- >> if i can ask, who specifically fingered him if i can use the phrase, for this crime? was it a teacher? was it one of the other kids? >> it was the assistant principal. she had walked up on to the class that he was in, and elijah did not know the april assistant principal principal was standing there and made the gesture, bang you're dead. >> has the school shown any sign of embarrassment, acknowledgement, that maybe they overreacted a little bit? >> in a sense, yes, but they haven't -- you know, take didn't that far, as to letting us know that. >> all right. >> you know, she -- the principal that i met with yesterday, you know, if she can't make a judgment call like
that -- >> right, on. >> on a reasonable punishment all she is a high-paid message from the government. >> well, i'm no expert, but it doesn't look dangerous to me. good luck. >> thank you sir. what do you think? did the punishment fit the crime? we await your e-mail. and ditching home work telling kids to go play. who's benefiting? a plan on part of the teachers' union to have less work for teachers. and she fought for freedom and came home, struggled to find a job. this morning is working and tips you need 0 win the job search battle. that's coming up.
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where he predicted earlier on the show keep him to this, this is the last time we'll see these really cold temperatures this season? >> i think there's a good chance the last time we'll see this cold of temperatures this season. tucker a couple minutes ago asked a good question. tucker asked me this question. >> why on your weather map which you made yourself do you include provo but not the much better known salt lake city. >> exactly. a question i get a lot. because salt lake city is a really long word on a map. if you put that on the map, then you can't get any kind of other cities on there. provo, very close it, super short and you can fit other cities on there. >> salt lake city like it strong-armed? >> 2 didit did. >> i could put slc, but nobody would know what it was. there are a lot of cities -- [ sirens ] >> all right guys. that's it. look at weather maps. ask me those questions on twitter and see what -- i'll
explain those things. tonight, wake up at 2:00 and turn your clock to 3:00. and then you'll be right on time for work tomorrow. that's the thing, if you work on a sunday morning. tonight is that magical night. tomorrow night, sunlight later on. your forecast across the northeast for the day today pap few scattered snow flurries moving through the area. nothing that will cause big problems. an inch or two in higher elevations. temps better than yesterday. temps ss warms up in the south. closer that average across areas of the southeast, remaining cooler across parts of texas, and into the northern plains today especially the high plains, look at temps. 60s in western parts of nebraska. that's going to be great, and chicago getting above freezing today which is going to be very nice as well. there you go. that's the map explanation. some maps have them, some maps don't. guys? >> albuquerque is mad. >> thanks rick. unemployment among iraq and
afghanistan war veterans is 6.7%, well above the national average of 5% at half a percent. how can we help make the transition from military service to civilian jobs easier for our returning heroes? >> a marine corps veteran who found the job search a challenge and now is the director of operations and logistics at plated a new york city meal delivery service and here with tip what's she learn and her journey along the way. good morning. >> thank you for having me. good morning. >> thank you for your service and for coming in. you say when you got out of the marine corps you had no idea that it was going to be such a challenge to find a job? >> no idea. i didn't take a lot of time to think about what i wanted to do. i came to business school and had the opportunity to select a career path. there are many options available. i did not sit down and think about it. as a result i chased a lot of leads that made no sense for me to chase. wasted a lot of time. very frustrating. i mean, you're used to being in charge and running the show and now you're at the mercy of a system you're not familiar with. >> now you're employed. there are a lot of folks
wondering, how did that happen? you have tips. number one, list what you want. a clear head. understand exactly what you're doing after? >> a very difficult thing to do. it's hard to prioritize for anyone, not just a veteran. i had it sit down and think what i wanted from a career, where i wanted to live, what kinds of jobs i wanted 20 do. unfortunately i didn't do it until a year and a half in. a little late. do it immediately before you leave the military and stoic that. if you chase something on that list it's not going to make you happy and you're going to waste time, honestly. >> and craft a confident 60-second pitch. >> a tough one. a lot of veteran used to talking about themselves. the military's not about you. it's about the people that work for you, the people next to you, the organization as a whole. so it's very difficult to talk about yourself and to sell yourself. so you get to that point in an interview, everyone gets to that point, tell me about yourself and i wasn't used to selling myself. it's nothing i ever had to do. so i sat down, thought about it pushed into a 60-second pitch i
practiced all the time. until i was comfortable and didn't feel like i was not being true to who i was and the experiences i'd had. >> a nice word track. somebody asked you boom. i gotcha. your elevator speech? >> it's not boasting. military people are uncomfortable, think they're cocky, you earned the right to auk about your experience and you should. >> good for them. the only hesitant to brag about themselves. >> i like that. >> and a lot of experience from the military sometimes it may not translate well enough to the employer, they might not understand it. how do you translate those experiences to the workplace. >> it's tough. i can tell when in an interview i'm trying to tell somebody about an experience and it's not computing. spend half of my 60 seconds, whatever it was explaining myself. not everyone's going to understand it. that's fine. a marine squadron, you can't translate into 60 seconds. i chose to go a different route and take stories little
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oh good morning. quick headlines for you. a new york city elementary school is now a no homework zone. officials banning homework pre-k for fifth grade students to play outside instead. that's what they say. after a year of analyzing effectiveness of homework, critics suggest make teachers don't want to correct the homework. and the movie "fifty shades of grey" too steamy to watch. >> idaho, banning serving alcohol when showing the film. banning alcohol for movies with "racy scenes." huh. clayton. >> thank you, tucker.
while shoot ngs new york city are up 17% from the same time last year and the city's police commissioner is pointing at colorado's permissive stance on pot. >> the seemingly innocent drug that's being legalized around the country in this city people are killing each other over marijuana more so than anything having to do with what we dealt with in the '80s and '90s with heroin and cocaine. it's a causal factor and palmsalmost an influence on everything we do here. >> and former chief scientist at the office of national drug control policy. doctor, nice to see you this morning. >> good morning. thank you. >> how is this possible? >> marijuana is a serious drug with serious consequences and we're finding it out and new york city is finding it out fast. new york city is sort of a microcosm for something that's going to be happening all across
the country. this is actually a classic example, clayton, of what is known as broken windows policing problems. the broken windows theory was in an arena in a fwlabd there'sthere's a broken window you don't fix it sends a message. next week all the windows broken. after that someone's living there, and they're going to burn it down. you have to pay attention to the small things and reinforce the moral norms. commissioner bill bratton, new york city, he knows this. it's, he's an advocate for it. he knows how to reinforce the morals for in the community to create civic spees so people don't withdraw and get fearful. when mayor de blasio changed the rules, no longer arrests for marijuana use, no longer stop and frisk, will no longer have buy and bust it sent a message hey, it's a free for all. you can bring marijuana in and pretty soon, guess what? the violent consequences started.
marijuana has consequences, and it's now degrading the neighborhood with a huge increase, surge in crime and including murder. >> the nypd says the murtders are a result of dealers being ripped off. >> yeah. >> but i think, you know, for our viewers, help us understand how crime in denver could plummet, but crime in new york city could rise? do we have enough data to suggest the two are totally related? >> actually, the crime situation in denver is -- it pretty much is in flux. we are seeing a number of pathologies and indicators ouch colorado that are actually very negative. traffic fatalities, crime rates, school difficulties and delinquency problems. public health emergencies involving burns, involving overdoses from marijuana, it's a very very bad record that's appearing there from the actually billions of dollars of a cash business that is starting to attract just as we saw in amsterdam in holland as we saw in vancouver organized crime,
racketeering impact, sex trade, prostitution and scandal. the violence that accompanies the presence of an addictive substance, predators and prey start to show up and degrade the neighborhoods. here's a fact for you. in new york city, 52% of the men arrested for any crime, for knocking over a taxicab or for assault and battery had marijuana in their system at the time of arrest. >> wow. >> we know this from urine analysis. the drg imcompares their ability to think clearly and it's linked to crime and also linked then to community effect for drawing more crime, more violence. so new york's microcosm is seeing the surge in violence and in murders is actually going to happen across the country as colorado dope is spreading beyond the borders of colorado proper. that's why states like nebraska and oklahoma are suing the law enforcement in rocky mountains, already established 40 states
have received smuggled marijuana, very high potency, qualitatively different dope that has a huge impact on youth and on the community where it arrives and this is starting to spread. the nation's going to go in the same pathway. it's a self-inflicted wound, clayton. we didn't have to do this. >> very troubling, and fascinating at the same time. dr. david murray. appreciate you joining us and enlightening us about this. thanks, doctor. coming up here on the show wisconsin about to become the 25th right to work state in the nation. so are actions like this making scott walker a 2016 front-runner? we'll ask the former governor of new york george pataki. plus love taking selfies? like our own anna kooiman? how your face and social media habits could score you free stuff on your next trip. selfie queen.
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>> right? >> no. >> and down under now to sydney, australia. 1888 hotel. what are they doing? >> i bet you didn't know there was an instagram hotel? known at the 1888 hotel, they jumped on the instagram bandwagon early on. started to reward guests with 10,000 or more followers a free night's stay off the bat. they stopped the program in december but are continuing to give random free night's stay for anyone who takes a selfie on the property with the #88hotel. >> make sure you do the correct hash tag. >> the hash tag is important. >> and finally -- >> kicking off a series of insta meets. beyond the property. it's fun. started in the guild hall property in new york city and the next in april at the miami thompson hotel. so -- they are giving the best photographers from the tours free night's stay and other gift
cards and prizes. so it's a really fun way to get out and explore with other like-minded photographers. >> and a drat way to meet people as well. >> exactly. >> look at the pictures. everybody's become a photographer these days with sites like instagram and twitter. >> it's easy to do and you can now really earn more for your photos. >> and a cool vibe as well. courtney scott. >> thanks. and 56 after the hour on your saturday morning. remember these guys? the five terrorists released from gitmo by the president in exchange for sergeant bowe bergdahl? looks like one returned to terror. details top of the hour. all they wanted to do, adopt a child. you won't believe this. adopt a child and give them a happy home. this couple got reject bawd they have a legal gun permit. tell us what you think about
good morning. it's saturday, 7th of march, 2015. i'm anna kooiman and a fox news alert. a medical chopper crashes and bursts into flames. one person is dead. the dramatic video and what went wrong. the justice department cleared darren willsen in the shooting death of michael brown but eric holder isn't done with ferguson just yet. >> does that include dismantling the police force? >> if that's what's necessary we're prepared to do that. >> so the feds want to take over the police department. will that make the country safer or is ta power grab? we'll tell you, coming up. this man, fighting for the right to be a dad but told he can't adopt because he's got a legal gun permit. your e-mails are pouring in about this one. we'll play some sound from him. shocking. "fox & friends" hour three begins right now.
hey this is john ratzenberger and you're watching "fox & friends." >> and hope you had a good night's sleep because you're going to lose an hour tonight, unfortunately. >> daylight-saving time begins. the good news spring. maybe not officially in our hearts spring is here. made it through the winter. the re-birth begins today. >> that's right. looking into the history of daylight-saving time. first really used during world war i to conserve on coal but the guy that came up with it was a new zealander and wanted to hang out in his yard at night. just wanted to bic daisies. >> no joke, by the way. >> brought to us by hard working immigrants. >> right. a fox news alert to start with. breaking overnight. a medical helicopter burst into flame after crashing to the ground and hitting a parked truck on its way to a hospital in st. louis. the pilot killed, the only person onboard. helicopter was about to pick up a medical team. it's not clear what caused that chopper to go down. and new overnight russian
authorities arresting two men in the shooting death of russian opposition leader boris nemtsov. russia's federal security service saying they i.d.'d the suspects or surveillance video. that video shows nemtsov a vocal critic of russian president vladimir putin step in front of the kremlin moments before being gunned down. many believe putin was involved. and bob menendez remains defiant over possible criminal charges. the new jersey senator accused of using his office to push a donor in exchange for gifts. >> let me be very clear, very clear. i have always conducted myself appropriately and in accordance with the law. i fight for these issues and for the people of our country every single day. that's who i am. and i am not going anywhere.
>> lately, menendez has ban thorn in the side of the administration. criticizing president obama over his deals with both cuba and iran. some now wondering if these charges are payback. actor harrison ford is recovering from surgery after crashing his vintage plane on golf course in california. he's surrounding by family members including his wife, calista flock hartkckflockhart. the doctor who saw the crash and jumped in to help. >> a passenger lay in the airplane slumped over. i think the first instinct was i don't want this to catch on fire. he was stunned but conscience, had significant scalp lacerations and trauma. >> an investigation into the crash could take up to a year. those are offheadlines. all right. officer darren willsen in ferguson missouri. he's the one who shos mike brown after mike brown went after his gun.
the justice department looking at it ever since. we now know no charges timed against him but the story doesn't end there. eric holder now says the justice department may dismantle and take over the ferguson police department. >> does that include dismantling the police force? >> if that's what's necessary we're prepared to do that. >> why? because two parts of this investigation, one to tucker's point about darren wilson unpacked the whole case showing the eyewitness testimony disproved a lot of what was said that his -- that his hands were up in the don't shoot position the entire time, may have reached into the police car, that apparently did not happen. the other side of this report though shows what some are calling institutional racism in the city of ferguson going after what some have also called low-hanging fruits in e-mails. that is minorities in the community who couldn't afford to pay traffic tickets going to prison as a result of it. municipal court judge specifically targeting those individuals in e-mails and released documents basically
saying you can't afford to pay the traffic tickets so you go to jail, targeting them to fulfill a quota. >> because these instances may have been happening once or twice in this police force, or in other police forces, is this just one bad apple, or is this part of the culture among police forces across the country? here what president obama thinks. >> i don't think that is typical of what happens across the country, but it's not an isolated incident. i think that there are circumstances in which trust between communities and law enforcement have broken down and individuals or entire departments may not have the training or accountability to make sure that -- they are protecting and serving all people and not just some. >> not just some.
there's a word for that. it's called racism and exactly what the president is saying. taking over health care, education and now take over your police department. that's exactly what's going on here pap federal attempt to federalize local law enforcements and the inpose speech codes sensitivity training and more federal control nap is the story here. >> yet there are serious problems with this report. i mean, when you look at the fees created as a result for instance, ronald brockmeyer the judge in ferguson that municipal court judge specifically boasting about creating these fees, targeting these individuals, there are problems with it. >> big time. >> but is it nationwide? dr. aveda king was on the show and said, yes, there is a problem, but federalizing it is not the solution. listen. >> the real solution is bringing heart back to the people, to the police department because you know, when it's revenue driven. when you tell officers they have to write so many tickets, make
so many arrests they begin not to see people. when you tell people, be afraid of these folks, they forget that they're there to protect us. so the answer is to not privatize or nationalize the police services, but to really look at what the systemic issues are and work on those systemic issues. >> and just to be clear. i'm not defending the ferguson police department. i have no problem believing it was substandard. there are a lot of substandard police departments but communities have a right to field their own police departments to protect themselves and the federal government doesn't run police departments but now are trying to and we should be totally clear, that's what's going on. >> and good leaders would be behooved if they would foster environments that made the community members get along with police officers and is that what we see from president obama? is that what we see from eric holder? >> writing on facebook when it comes to federalization of local police, if things were tough before wait until you have a group of officers with no
connection to the local communities. good point. >> and scott doj has no right to go into a local police department. tell that to them. >> go to our facebook page ffweekend on facebook. and hearing it is possible one of the five individuals in the taliban five released from guantanamo bay a number of months ago in the bowe bergdahl swap which had gone back to qatar, watching them like a hawk, worried one may have returned back to the battlefield and joined back up with taliban leadership. a new report says that is likely happened. >> sorry to laugh. this is exactly what everyone who was watching this carefully said. you take people out of gitmo and no one thinks gitmo's the perfect answer to anything but once you release these guys what do you think's going to happen? now it turns ouá that's exactly what happened, and this is not something made up by opponents of the president. this is the determination of the
director of national intelligence this happened. rear admiral kirby asked about it when the bergdahl swap happened. here's what he said at that time. >> we have a good security partnership with the government of qatar. they have provided assurances and i can tell you we are comfortable at the defense department that we can mitigate any threat that could be posed by any one of these individuals in terms of terrorist activity. again, i can't talk about the details. i can tell you we're very comfortable though, we can mitt ghat threat. >> mitigate the threat and trust the gat tarry government. they're watching them. turns out everything's fine. >> all five of still in qatar. an argument can be made. well, these guys are rock stars in the terror community. does that not mean they're helping recruit and radicalize from afar when we hear reports at least one is communicating with terrorists? >> the report from the director of national intelligence reports, predicts flat out for detaineeless return in the fight against the united states and says 116 of them already have.
116 out of 647 released. >> and 69 of them may have engaged in jihad and look at this. 12 of them have returned to the battlefield this past year alone. >> the director of national intelligence has put up this biannual report saying this based on drentds phied during the past 11 years, some detainees currently at gitmo will seek to re-engage in terrorist or insurgent act tivgties after they are transferred. >> kind of the end of the story. no? is it possible that the white house, you know what? we'll release a few more and hope for the best? after that report from their own director of national intelligence? i don't think they can do that. can they? >> can't close gitmo. release them a few at a time like this. >> the other argument get them back into the job force. some released down to central america who didn't want a job. too lazy. >> because they didn't have federal job training programs. that's what they need. those taliban. >> and standing by in his lighter colored suit rick, in
honor of impending spring. >> amen. >> you got will to do happen somehow. >> you're doing it with clothing. >> doing it with -- >> doing your part. >> i'm going to do it. not this morning unfortunately just yet. still cold. breaking records again across parts of the great lakes into the mid-atlantic and northeast with low temperatures but then we'll see the warm-up happen this week. looking at temperatures getting into the 40s and 50s across parts of the northeast and in towards the chicago area by the time we get to wednesday. also watching heavy rain move across parts of texas. enjoy today. today guys kind of the one nice day we have this week. this weekend across every part of the country. tomorrow the rain moves in across parts of the south but everybody is starting to see this slow inch up of temperatures, and that's great news. more sun. higher temperatures. >> thank you. not too fast. >> thank you. we call it climate change. >> climate change? >> love it. coming up here on the show, governor scott walker fought hard against unions to make wisconsin the latest right to
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desk said to sign it on monday. this is a new fox poll revealing gop voters like walker leading the pack of other potential 2016 contenders. where is the race now? and who else may be getting in? here to weigh in is the former governor of the state of new york george pataki. glad to see you this morning. thanks for coming on. >> good morning. nice being with you, tucker. >> for those watching this race it's muddier and more confusing than it's been in my lifetime, anyway. it's not clear what will happen. what are republican voters looking for? >> it's not clear what will happen. that makes it extremely exciting. you mentioned governor walker. obviously a very strong candidate if he chooses to run but there are a great many strong republican candidates, and to predict this is like predicting the weather a year from now. you just can't do it. so all you can do is look at the ideas and the issues and the records of the people who are out there and see where we go from here.
>> so if you could boil it down to a single issue there are many out there the world is falling apart, but narrow it down to one that will be prime in this season of primaries what would it be? what's the main issue? >> i think the main thing is we have to restore the american people's confidence in our future. we've always been a country dreamed and believed in a better future and today if you ask too many americans they say the best of america's behind us. not because of the failing of the people. it's a failing of government. we have to retake washington. mick them understand they're not our masters dictating our lives, they're our servants. if ke do that we can bring americans back to believing the best ask ahead. >> yes. tame the arrogance of washington. are you getting into this race? >> i'm in iowa now. the first-ever iowa ag summit and really looking forward to it. probably there will be eight or nine or ten of us considering it. i believe that we need to change the direction of this government more than we ever have in my lifetime. i can't say i'm in, but i'm
certainly looking at it. >> the iowa ag summit? where are you on ethanol? >> well, that's a complicated thing, but the big question is how do we revise rural america society and economically? i have a lot of thoughts on that. i grew up, believe it or not, governor of new york grew up on a small farm in upstate new york. i have a lot of thoughts on ethanol. i don't believe in government mandates or in government telling people what they have to buy but i think there are a lot of opportunities for clean, domestic renewable fuels like ethanol in the united states. >> so those of us who are following you when should we look for to you make this decision, whether you're in or out of this presidential race? >> i don't have a time frame on that. the important thing get out and talk to the american people. been here in iowa doing it, in new hampshire going to the freedom summit down in south carolina, and i'm just enjoying the dialogue with the american people, and giving me a chance to express my views as to how we go forward from here. >> it's a nice country.
governor george pataki, i hope you'll come back, if and when you jump in. >> it's a great countries. thank you, tucker. an athlete and prom king who died of a caffeine powder overdose days before graduating from high school. now his parents are suing amazon for selling him the caffeine. do they have is a case? coming to adjudicate, on our set, next. then, students pick their prom theme. communism. they think it's funny. is it? you decide. the world is filled with air. but for people with copd sometimes breathing air can be difficult. if you have copd, ask your doctor about once-daily anoro ellipta. it helps people with copd breathe
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welcome back. a quick look at headlines now. the fbi is offering as 25ds,000 reward to track down the people who shot a federal judge in the leg during an attempted robbery. detroit police say two men tried to force judge berg into his home but he refused fighting back to protect his family inside. berg remained hospitalized. president obama and the first lady head to selma, alabama, today marking 50 years since the turning point in the civil rights movement. in 1965 hundreds ever demonstrators were attacked by police. presidents george w. bush and 100 members of congress will also attend. anna? thanks so much. 8-year-old logan steiner died suddenly just before his high school graduation last year. the ohio teenager had a lethal amount of pure powdered caffeine in his blood. more than 23 times the average coffee drink. >> most people aren't aware that
could happen, but it did happen and now his parents are suing retailer amazon online company and others who distribute that powder causing wrongful death. the question do they have a case? >> former circuit court judge joins us to talk about it. great to see you. >> great to be back. >> do they have a case? this week we had a story about a guy getting his face burned by putting it too close to fajitas. an obvious risk. does this fall into the same category? obvious risk? >> considerably different, and i wasn't very knowledgeable about powdered caffeine, but i'm certainly warning my kids about it, because it is a product that is very, very intense. the actual dose you're supposed to take is like 1/16 of a teaspoon. well it's very easy for people, especially young guys to just take a teaspoon and add it to their protein shake, which they do. they add it to protein shakes, to drinks. everybody's taking those power
drinks, energy drinks to be able to go clubbing at night and things like that. well one tea spoont equivalent of 25 cups of coffee. the difference between a safe dose of powdered caffeine and a lethal dose is very small. and when you're dealing with a product like that, the duty to warn is very high. in fact some would argue it should be banned. >> but the question is, aside from the dangers of powdered caffeine, which sound real, does amazon have responsibility to protect people from their own behavior? they also sell kitchen knives, and curling irons? >> those dangers are obvious. hey, don't stab yourself in the throat you might kill yourself. they're obvious dangers. the difference if i sell awe liquid fertilizer to use on your ornamental plants one dose is good, if you double the dose, it could blow up and kill you that's not obvious.
though you have to warn adequately-- >> it's a marketplace. amazon is a marketplace. a store, go into a bodega, is it the store's responsibility to know the ingredients of every item in the bodega? >> it is because in product liability law what the courts have done, wait. who's the best one to accept responsible for the dangers of a product? the consumer, doesn't know relying on warnings about the danger, or the people who put it in the stream of commerce? their view a retailer can negotiating the risks with the manufacturer. i'm going to carry your product at walmart. i expect you to indemocratnify me if there are problems. >> looking for the deepest pockets, why they're not just looking at the productmaker but other retailers online? >> a lot of times they are. a lot of times the manufacturer
is a foreign manufacturer or out of business. a manufacturer in china, yeah i can carry a billion of them. the consumer gets injured. in some states the laws vary, you can't go after the retailer unless the manufacturer cannot be reached. there are different laws. >> good we're bringing awareness. >> stay away from caffeine powder. i absolutely would. >> great to see you. >> great to be back. coming up all they wanted to do, adopt a child and give that child a happy home but reject bawd they had a legal gun permit. we'll tell you the details. is the food in your fridge past the expiration date? turns out it still might be safe to eat. we're going to break down what you can and should throw away when you come back.
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hey, good morning, everybody. happy saturday pap shout-out of the morning to show you. the dopiest answer ever seen on "wheel of fortune." take a look. >> i would like to -- >> carefully. go ahead, dopey grumpy doc bashful, happy, sneaky and sleepy. [ buzzer ] >> i'm sorry. >> no. that's a jersey shore character. >> a-choo! >> not a disney character. >> oh man. >> mentions a sneezy.
>> of course but she didn't. therefore, she lost. >> did you see like a few weeks ago, there was the amazing -- >> that's the -- >> duplicitous, all the seven dwarfs. >> a few weeks ago a "wheel of fortune" one letter and they got the answer. one letter and the person got the answer. >> now the butt of the joke for everybody across the united states, but they're under so much pressure. >> here's something everybody bit as shocking but unfortunately not a joke. a couple in the state of nevada by every measure decent people married 24 hour, nothing on their record told they can't adopt a 12-year-old child. why? because they have a legal concealed carry permit from their own state. >> the father that denied father, brian wilson, is speaking out. here he is talking at the nevada state assembly about this issue. listen. >> my wife valerie and i have been together since high school. 24 years i believe now we're
at. we have always planned from early on that we would adopt later in life. we, last in 2013 decided it was now time to go ahead and adopt and complete our family. there is a lot of older children in the system that need homes. we have siblings, we have, you know, 12-year-olds that that's, let's be honest, the sad truth, there's not as many people lining up to take those kids and give them a good home. fortunately, we were in a position to do that. >> the reason carson city cites. there's a regulation on the books their munitions and firearms have to be in separate polices, separate containers. if the guns are bullets are inside the gun, then it's not allowed. >> here's what the -- here's what the council said about this. they said, a concern about the ability of a child to gain access to a loaded weapon was the reason the family services,
the child family services, denied their request. >> they're ideologues, hate guns. the sad thing, all the kids lav languishing in the adoption agency, and leslie wrote, the law needs to be changed. >> marilyn e-mails, trying to offer children a life where somebody cares, is willing to take them into their family, love and teach them et cetera. exactly what u.s. needs more of. >> and shameful. wanting to share their lives with an older child denyied because they exercised their constitutional right to carry. let us know what you think. you can weigh in on that story and more. other stories making headlines, the chilling jail cell interview from a man planning an attack on the u.s. capitol. 20-year-old christopher lee cornell arrested in january outside a gun shop.
he told the local station in cincinnati if he hadn't been arrested he would have gone to president to shoot the president and open fire on lawmakers. cornell says his plan, revenge for attacks on isis. and too fast to touch down? the feds eyeing the pilot's speed in the crash of a delta sdwlaet skidded off the runway at laguardia airport. ntsb officials gathering cockpit data that could show how the plane hop add sea wall nearly crashing into the frigid flushing bay. the pictures, startling. wow. all 127 passengers onboard evacuated. three people taken to the hospital with minor injuries. when you think of prom you think of nice dresses, dancing but not communism. well, that's the theme students at a prep school in new mexico just picked for their april dance. they're calling it promunism and not everybody thinks it's a good idea. >> we have a lot of jokers in our grade. so they kind of wanted it to be
funny, and a lot of them are really intense with, like, politics. >> i don't think it's something that they should be choosing at a theme for a dance. i don't understand. >> local leaders have not yet approved that theme. and sometimes it's not always easy for kids to leave the nest. >> my other son brennan, was going to be moving into his own place, but he was recently let go from his job at petsmart, so he is going to be living with us. >> not exactly why a spanish court decide add 31-year-old woman's father must financially support her, but here we go. dad has to dish out $450 a month until she's able to pay her own way way good job, and get this. payments are open-ended, around 25% of adults in spain are unemployed. those of your headlines. now it's time for the great weather standing outside.
>> good morning, guys. a chilly one and we have california and florida represented this morning. welcome to the cold. >> thank you. >> enjoying it? >> very much. yes. >> that's good. because we're not enjoying it anynymore up here in this cold. it's almost over. a look at weather map. what's going on. windchill, 13 degrees what it feels like here. down into parts of the south, 37 in new orleans this morning. chilly air settled in. not lasting much longer. tomorrow morning temps for almost everybody around 5 to 8 degrees warmer than this morning and we'll kind of continue that trend a few days. today across the northeast another chilly day. a few snow flurries flying around parts of the higher elevations, in towards areas of upstate new york. the southeast, starting to see temps climb up's in national, 52. a lot of areas of kentucky seeing temperatures into the 50s. that's going to start to melt the snow you saw this week. mild conditions across the high plains and warming up around the great lakes. plenty of sunshine and out across the west a spectacular
day. 67 degrees in portland. we'll just see basically sunshine all the way around. all right guys. back to you inside. >> thank you, rick. well, is the food in your refrigerator indicating the past fresh date? >> and nice to see you. labels can be misleading. throwing away way too much food? >> expiration dates of voluntary dates that the stores put on more for quality not for safety. so when you see that expiration date, don't just toss the food. some foods can be eaten after the expiration date pap great way to save money and save food. >> and the cash. some of your favorite foods, you want to eat it. that's why you bought it. >> absolutely. >> first up talk about milk and meats. >> so meats, you want to cook them or freeze them within two to three days of bringing them home. they're really the ones -- meats are the things that can make you sick, if you eat them after the
expiration date. when it comes to milk five days. at least five days after the expiration date once it's been opened. yogurt once yogurt is opened, about week. you know, i literally have opened unopened container of yogurt, a month after and it's fine. >> what if you see mold growing in it? pick the mold out and eat around it? >> a great question and that means that the bacteria are starting to be killed often. your best bet, toss it. you don't want to pick around any mold in cheese or dairy products. just get rid of it. >> what about eggs? this is surprising. >> wegeggs? weeks with eggs after the expiration date. if you drop an egg into water and it sinks it's good. but if it floats then it's not good because they're porous and the gases are starting to get into the shell of the egg. if you drop an egg in water and it floats, it's not good. throw it out. >> tucker changed my life recently about cheeses. saying don't refrigerated cheeses anymore. keep them in a cheese -- how
long can we keep cheeses before they go bad? >> hard cheeses, parmesan romano, weeks for hard cheeses. it's it's soft cheeses the brie, you want to use them within a couple days. >> tucker's had a block of cheese for four years he's been working on and eating. >> pulls 0 ut a block of cheese out of his pocket this morning. >> my mother-in-law is dutch and they don't refrigerate their cheese at all. they leave it out. the hard cheeses you have a really long time. your nose, your eyes and your tastes are really a good determination, too. >> dig down. freezer burn on the freezer stuff? >> frozen stuff, it's really all about quality. not about safety. freezer burn all heard of freezer burn. you'll know when you take it out, smells like freezer burn, doesn't smell well. frozen products really can last relatively indefinitely. through the armageddon. >> yes. >> how about these dried products? cereals? popcorn? >> if they're not crunchy, they're stale, can last a very, very long time in an airtight
container. it's your taste and smell. toss it if it smells soar stale. >> finally, baguettes. >> bread products. i broke that one. >> stale? >> it's not stale. the key with bread product while still soft not using them, freeze them. bread freezes great. pop it right out of your freezer. >> okay. >> the other thing is canned goods. i mean acidic foods like tomatoes and pineapples may not last as long. you have years in canned goods. you just want to check to make sure the lids aren't popping or anything. >> when you see the zombie apocalypse movies they're always eating the canned goods. they last forever. >> my mother always had canned goods in the cellar. when will we use them? you have a lot of time. >> amend thanks to mag tagueytag for bringing in the refrigerator. this is ready to go so we have breakfast here in the morning. >> another take-home. thanks. becoming a disturbing trend. teens leaving this country to join isis terrorists in syria.
before you think it couldn't happen, you need to hear the warning coming from the fbi. that's coming up next. do you know anyone like this? >> good morning! >> good morning. >> good morning. >> oh, and in case i don't see ya, good afternoon, good evening and good night. >> a brand new study, rethinking your mood. we'll tell what you that means. stay tuned.
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benefits for players. and a failure to follow the drug testing. forfeit 108 wins and given a five-year probation. staying up beat could be good for your heart. >> good morning! >> good morning. >> good morning. >> oh and in case i don't see ya good afternoon good evening and good night. >> scientists found optimistic people have healthier hearts and more foun have dinner with. contrast pessimistic people had heart attacks and twice the rate and, they saw it coming. >> a fake smile on your face. terror on the home frornt. the fbi and homeland security, on high alert that american boys and girls are rushing to join isis. a 17-year-old teen busted last week recruiting for the terror group. sources say cops are tracking lots of similar cases around the country. joining us with his take retired special agent tim
clemente. nice to see you. were you surprised by this story out of virginia? >> surprised it came out of virginia but not surprised by the story. the fact is that this type of recruitment for radical groups has gone on my entire lifetime. think back to the '60s to '70s were when an heiress to a publisher can join the liberation army and other individuals from good homes joined manson and heaven's gate and lots of other groups, jim jones in guyana. this radicalization might be different in we face an ideological that's global making it much more of a threat. i can understand why the fbi would want to warn law enforcement to alert people in their communities this could be a problem anywhere. >> who's most at risk for this type of recruitment? >> i would say young kids that are either looking for answers in life or want to belong. it's no ditch than kidsfferent than kids in the inner city wanting to join gangs only this gang is global.
not just the poor and underpoliticalunder underprivileged, they are individuals that can come from healthy families be well-educated as we've seen in the report on jihadi john. hijackers on 9/11, degreed individuals that came mostly from wealthy or moderate families. this isn't a family that fits in one socioeconomic group. the ideology can permeate anybody, anywhere including those outside the muslim faith as wreev seen recently. >> what advice are they giving to stop this? >> community outreach is a big, big thing. we have to get into the muslim community where the bulk of these kids are coming from and alert the parents and neighbor could be a leader, imams in mosques, anyone that can influence these kids to make them realize what is right and what is wrong. because i think they become
vulnerable searching for answers and when radicalizers come to them via the internet books, television or other individuals, they prey on shame and guilt primarily and make them feel guilty about living a western way of life in a western world and shame them into joining the fight to protect muslims in the rest of the world. >> highly articulate and is a spink tim clemente. thanks for your thoughts this morning. well done. coming up on the show the justice department cleared darren wilson in the shooting death of michael brown. a plan to dismantle the police department in ferguson, by eric holder. and a charity event cancelled because one student complained a maracas on it are racist. is this political correctness gone too far? did they ruin nacho night?
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oh take a look at this flier. does it seem incredibly offensive to you? if not, you're not in college because a chart event designed in quinnipiac university had to be canceled because a single student found the maracas so offensive offensive, she couldn't deal with it. >> and stereo types, so shameful. >> is this going too far? joining us catherine tim. nice to see you.
the whole event canceled. one student outraged. >> no nacho night. the whole event was canceled and the sorority members had to take down. god forbid someone sees a maraca maraca. >> the student is a mexican student and said this is my culture, you're appropriateuating my culture. maracas aren't a stam l. you need to make it a history lesson anytime there's going to be a taco. no bands ban it all, no pictures, this is ridiculous. >> it's impossible to keep up with the rules. they're not really rules just impulses. do they have time to study? they seem to be offended so much of the time. >> that's what they're learning so how to be offended. this is a former foster kid who had been helped and she said, what i supported the event i
can't believe it's canceled. normally normally, when i support manager, i handle it differently. you know, why did she do it? you're just seen as the social justice hero if you get offended. >> how far can these types of incidents go? california irvine is voting weather to ban american flags because they want to be culturally inclusive. >> this isn't the first time i've come on talking about racist nachos, tacos. pretty soon the only party theme is going to be going by yourself at halloween. >> we want to read the graveling apology. we'd like to express our most sincere apologies to win in our community who may have offended by o event. it was never our intent to hurt
anyone. our sisters have decided to cancel the event. >> this is absolutely horrible. people say what are these kids going to do in the real world but when you think about it these kids are going to be the real world. what are we going to do? >> p if shemts she wants to complain about manager, she could go to taco bell. >> that's not mexican culturally -- >> oh my gosh. >> lighten up. >> great to see you. coming up, it was a rough week for hillary clinton and the state department and it may have gotten worse thanks to marie harp. person who knows about being in the line of fire dana perino is live with us. >> and banning the american flag because they want to make the school more culturally inclusive. goes to a vote today, but first, we want to hear your thoughts. tweet us. ♪
book now at choicehotels.com good morning, everyone. today is saturday the 7th of march. a fox news alert. a medical chopper crashes and bursts into flames. one person is dead. the video and what went wrong. >> and the justice department cleared darren wilson of ferguson, missouri in the shoot shooting death of michael brown, but eric holder isn't done just yet. watch. >> does that include dismantling the police force? >> if that's what's necessary, we're prepared to do that. >> a federal takeover of local police departments. dana perino joins us live with her reaction. it seems that one major university banning the american flag wants to make the campus more culturally inclusive. this, you've got to hear to believe. hour four starts right now.
>> thank you. it doesn't -- can it improve? it's daylight saving time tonight. we're cutting an hour off the show and passing the savings an to you. >> it's also national serecereal day and we'll show you how to cook with cereal. >> do they still make count chock la? >> and grape nuts pancakes. we have a foxes in u alert and breaking overnight, isis militants launching an attack on christian villages. kurdish militia men figing back, killing at least eight isis terrorists. this is the same region where isis kidnapped more than 200
christians last month and a medical helicopter crashed into flames overnight as it crashed outside of st. louis. the chopper had its landing lights on and was flying low before it crashed. the pilot was killed. he was the only person on board. bob mendez firing back in the face of looming corruption charges. the jus disdepartment set to bring charges against him for using his office to push the interests of one of his donors in exchange for gifts. >> let me be very clear. very clear. i have always conducted myself appropriately and in accordance with the law. i fight for these issues and for the people of our country every single day. that's who i am. and i am not going anywhere. >> lately, he has been a thorn in the side to have the obama
administration, criticizes thing p president over his deals with cuba and iran. some wondering if these charges are payback. and a massive blaze gutting two armt a buildings outside of albany new york. officials believe one person is dead and five ores still missing. temperatures reaching single digits as dozens of firefighters tried to hose down the flames. stunning images showing everything coated in ice. the cause of the fire is still unknown. >> those your headlines. rick is here to comment on them. >> so -- >> not this time. >> sometimes, i cover the last headlines, but not this time. all right, so, most of the country is really pretty calm after the really rough week we had. east coast you're looking good. we'll see a few showers in florida, a few clouds, nothing big. then we have this next
disturbance moving across the great lakes and that's mild. in the west, that's mild. this is an indication of how strong this high pressure is across the west. it's been that way all winter long. all of the moisture going to the north or south and the southern branch is going to be really active. look at what starts to happen tomorrow. you see this moisture coming across northern mexico, into texas and that's going to be our story probably into thursday and friday. continuing to see strings of moisture there and the deep south by monday and we're going to be looking at significant totals. a lot of the area needs rain. the it's been fairly dry, but we could see flooding and snow melt because temperatures are going to be climbing, especially in the kentucky area. tomorrow, up towards 51 in louisville. enjoy this week. 54 in chicago by tuesday. wednesday, 55 and we're going to be pushing 50 across the northeast by the time we get to wednesday. >> we hope the temperatures are climbing up slowly so there's
not too much. >> ladies and gentlemen, the great dana perino has joined us. >> the great. >> thank you. >> it's really nice to see you. glad to be here. >> we dragged dana into this. the first issue is ferguson, missouri. so the feds are have decided not to charge the police officer at the center of this darren wilson, the one who killed michael brown last year, with any federal crime, but that doesn't mean they are done with ferguson. eric holder says the feds are considering dismantling the police department there. >> does that include dismantling the police? >> if that's what's necessary, we're prepared to do that. >> federal takeover of local larm. is that what's needed? >> well i haven't seen a report, perhaps the attorney general of the united states thinks that kind of a drastic mesh is necessary. there cloerly was some problems. you wouldn't have had the reaction after the situation if there hadn't been something
there, so i think the jus tuss department goes in, they're looking for something, but i don't think it was too hard for them to find something that needed to be fixed, but you might be able to say that about many different police forces, but dismantling it taking away the local police officers and replacing them sounds like a very drastic move and i don't think it would help solve the problems. >> isn't this just another chapter in the same story of federal takeovers, health care education, now the feds are requiring i think all police departments to go through sensitivity training and affirmative action standards. isn't there a power grab underway? >> and a fact yur to recognize what they're doing for most poor communities in america. police officers save more lives than anybody else. they help prevent crimes, just here this new york city, the police force, more than half of the people coming into the police force are not white. they are joining the police force from all different cultures and ethnicityies and
they're out on the front lines. the what the administration failed to do and what government can't heal is the family. so that is the root cause of it. federal takeovers of all america is not going to change the fact we have a serious breakdown in the family, which is leading to a lot of problems. >> there is twoparts of the report, also the alleged targeting of minorityies minorities. for things like traffic violations and things to bring in revenue. in other words, racism. president obama responded. >> i don't think that it is typical of what happens across the country, but it's not an isolated incident. i think there are circumstances in which trust between communities and law enforcement have broken down and individuals or entire departments may not have the training or accountability to make sure that
they are protecting and serveing all people and not just some. >> how do you respond? >> i think that sounds perfectly reasonable and smart and sounds like he is as commander in chief, the president of the united states, he's saying there are some problems in the local communities that we would like the local communities to try to fix and they have the justice department as a backstop. i thought that was quite reasonable. >> the training, that's the term that jumped out at me. the implication is we come in there and tell you how to police your communities. >> well, i don't know if the president is prepared to back up those actions with providing resources and i think also, that each community the is very different. it's the federalization of what a local problem is. the problems that are happening that might be happening in ferguson aren't necessarily ones that are happening in stockton, california, so there are vary rations and i think that you can have federal backstops, but more local control in education and police forces, all sorts of
different aspects of american life. >> and not all news the is created equal. different communities, california tends to be a hot bed of crazy news stories. california and florida but this morning, we've got a story out of california. uc irvine students are voting today, we're hoping clear heads will prevail, to ban the american flag on campus because they say that it shows cultural insensitivity. it's not inclusive enough when you have the flag flying on campus. >> yesterday on the five, we did a story about california a school in california, ucla that basically was so bigoted toward astudent and she had to go through a process and be approved by the rest of the board members and they asked her do you think you could be unbiased given that you're jewish? where is this come ging from? >> i think i know. i see it in my own children's
education. the curriculum is basically a litany of american sins. >> before you get to college? >> absolutely. if you tell kids throughout their entire career in cool, america's terrible why should you be surprised when they hate the flag? zbr i'm worried about the future. your previous guest when you said they are our future, we will be living under their leadership, i don't see how do they change their minds. >> it can't write. you want to read this because this is what tucker's referring to. this is the statement from the school, the university of california. the resolution. the american flag has been flown in instances of colonialism and imperialism. they serve not only as symbol but also cultural mythologies and narratives that in turn charge nationalistic. if you were at the podium and you spoke like that would reporters look at you
quizzically? >> when was the last time you -- >> what if you went back an said no flags are allowed, so the rainbow flag, not allowed. it's offensive to some, so therefore, we will have no flags ever. what would they do? they would freak out. you would never be able to do that on campus today and i'm not suggesting it either. >> of course not. >> i'm saying it's absurd. >> everyone on facebook says i stand with the flag. that's unpatriotic. >> if they wish to remove the flag, they remove all-state and federal funding at all levels. if you can't support the flag, you can't get the free domes. >> send them somewhere else for a while and i guarantee you they'll come back wanting to fly in their own front yard. >> next thing we'll be wanting to ban english. >> dana's going to be sticking around for this next story. it was a rough week for hillary clinton and the state department and it may have just gotten
worse. thanks to marie harp what she just said that's raising more eyebrows. >> plus the tsa is used to finding guns and drugs. would you believe what they found inside this bag? whoa. buckle your seat belt and stay tuned. man (sternly): where do you think you're going? mr. mucus: to work, with you. it's taco tuesday. man: you're not coming. i took mucinex to help get rid of my mucusy congestion. i'm go od all day. [announcer:] mucinex keeps working. not 4, not 6 but 12 hours. let's end this
but listen to what she said yesterday when the state department realized they would need documents to respond to the benghazi state department. >> we have had an ongoing process as nara has had, too to update regulations, clarify policies, to have the records we need. that was part of this process. this predated the p request from the select committee. >> joining us now is someone who knows what it's like to stand in the podium and answer questions. when you see that, part of you needs to feel sorry for her because you have to. >> i do. >> how did that happen? >> you remember when you were a kid and got to go to the circus and there was the high wire act, that's how i feel. she's going to fall and there's no net. i wish she would just take my advice and stop talking about it because there are no good answers here. every time she gives an answer, within 48 hours, it's going to have to be reversed. it was true on the clint
foundation taking foreign money. she said the state department we clear eded those. in a reversal. that's the main lead of two ap stories she has had to correct in a reversal. if the ap is saying in a reversal, you have done something wrong which means you don't need to prepare for the day's briefing. you need to prepare for the one three days ahead of you, so you need to have psychic powers or some sense. no one is protecting her and she's not protecting the boss she hopes to work for in 2016. >> that's why i feel sorry for them. they are trying to defend the indefensible. however, it's hard to believe that tho one at stapt department, the archive, in the records management didn't once raise a red flag to say, oh, my gosh you realize the secretary of state is out of compliance with the federal records? >> you obviously worked in the white house. you know this intimately.
reading reports from others who have worked in the federal government have said it's one of the first things you're told. you have to comply with the way. >> you have to sign a document that says you got your ethics briefing. you have to use a government account for a government e-mail. you can have a personal account. i have a personal account that says, peter, did you pick up the dry cleaning, then i might say on my personal account did you pick up the dry cleans and we're cuttinging off aid to pakistan. if i said that, that would have to be pasted and copied. you can't do your entire government business on your personal e-mail and then say the burden of proof is on the recipients of the e-mail. when she said it had nothing to do with the benghazi committee, it's not true and easy to find out, which makes me worry about her being on that tight rope with no net because there's no one supporting her. no one says, actually, it was
the benghazi committee. and they let her go out there and say things that have to be reversed and it's hurting her kai career, her credibility and the credibility of the united states. she is an official spoke person for the state department. everyone around the world is watching. >> and no one comes to her defense. >> and so, there. >> great to have you on today. >> i'm all fired up. >> saturday mornings. >> coming up remember the gitmo five? the men the president released in change for bowe bergdahl? new reports, that one may have returned to terror. one school says, hey, forget homework, let the kids go play instead. who's really benefits? the kids or the teachers so they don't have to grade papers?
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for all the confidence you need td ameritrade. you got this. 23 minutes past the hour. harrison ford recovering from surnlry after crashing his plane on a golf course in california. he's surrounded by family including his wife. he reportedly broke his pelvis and ankle in the wreck and charged with murder. grand jury formerly indicting eric -- for the road rage shooting incident. the mother of four knew he was gunned down outside of her home. after a blow up argument with her alleged killer, the family says she was somewhat of a mentor to him. >> lots of twists and turns in that story. today's homework, go outside
and play. f that's what one new york city public school is doing. the principal doing away with homework and telling kids to go play instead. outraged parents are threatening to pull their kids out of school. but is all homework no play is that the way to go? here to debate is child psychologist susan lipkins and former teacher whitney neil. thinks it's a great plan. >> i think play is really important. it helps kids to learn the information they got during the day. it teaches them how to socialize, how to be emotionally appropriate. why? because we don't have enough time to play. it's an absolutely fabulous idea. i'm really happy to hear it. >> but when kids bring their work home to parents, dubt that encourage parents to be involved in the education process and to see hey, mom and dad really value this education learning is important.
what do you say, whitney? >> i agree. kids bringing homework home gives the parents what kind of idea of what's happen ng the classroom. it connects that parent and teacher together with the child. and when you remove that opportunity, it's detrimental to the parent. now, play is wonderful. i support the fact we're encouraging more play. we should also be encouraging parents and teachers to communicate in the education of their child. >> this is what the principal says. here's what he says. she says there have been a variety of studies conducted on the effects of homework in the elementary grade and not one of them could provide any evidence that directly links traditional homework prak miss tiss with future academic success. so for the importants who think they're kids won't be able to keep up later on in future grades and schools in college, for example, how are they going to keep up if they've never had to go anything on their own? >> i don't think homework is the
way to learn how to keep up. i think we have to teach them kind of skills they will need in the future and if kids are having problems and need repetition, they need to be dealt with specifically for each child's problem. >> there's another theory out there. that this is all the unions and their employ to make teachers not have to do as much work. what do you say about that whitney? >> as a teacher, i encouraged tuntds to treat every child as the individual they were. some kids may have had a different assignment the to supplement skills and things they needed to work harder on. i firm lyly believe that reasonable amounts of homework treating every child as an independent kid is not going hurt children. in fact, it's going to like i said, parent and teacher involvement and those good teachers sh the teachers that see their students can grow and can be better students from having access to opportunities to learn outside of the classroom, i think those would be disappointed in this policy because you've taken their
ability to make that decision away. >> is there a balance that could be reached instead? >> absolutely, there could be a balance and that is basically what we're doing. there's a work life kind of balance people want as adults and why shouldn't kids have that and they need to play. the curriculum has been crushed down to little kids, 3, 4, 5 and this is a great idea. >> we appreciate your thoughts this morning, ladies. very nice, spirited debate. and everybody at home, what do you think? is this a good policy? should your kids come home and just play? e-mail us or hit us up on facebook and twitter. 27 minutes after the hour a couple wanted to adopt a child in need and give them a home, but was rejected because they have a legal gun permit. tell us what you think about this. we're going to be sharing your thoughts on that story as well. plus, turn that morning bowl of cereal into tonight's
stand up. perfect. all right. stand up. swim. right. >> tummy time. >> little cutie can't walk just yet, but she's got the makings of a pro surfer. dad's giving her expert lessons although she's not quite ready to hop on board. >> i love watching the old videos of the kids from tummy time. you spend an hour just to get them to lift their head up a little bit. >> major accomplishment. >> 32 minutes after the hour. we have some headlines. returning to terror, one of the five gitmo prisoners traded for sergeant bowe bergdahl has reportedly reestablished contact with the taliban. new intelligence reports say one of those men, it's not clear
which one of the five though, is now being closely watched for further communication. military court now forcing the u.s. army to call chelsea manning she. from here up. you know the story. the former u.s. soldier is serving 35 years in prison for leaking secret documents and videos. manning has been transitioning from a man to a woman and no longer wants to be called he. the gender nutrition rall private first class manning can also be used. a nevada couple is fighting for change after being told they can't be foster parents because of their concealed carry permit. child and family services say they don't want loaded weapons to wind up in a child's hand. nevada lawmakers are now considering changes to the rule. we ask what you think at home. hope says a system to deny constitutional rights. hope they fight this and win. henry says unfortunately arizona has the same restriction restrictions. it has deterred us if becoming foster parents.
the trk sa is use used to finding illegal items stashed but they weren't expecting this. a chihuahua. laguardia airport officials finding it curled up with the woman's clothing. the woman said she had no clue the dog climbed in while she was climbing. fortunately the puppy wasn't hurt. sometimes, dogs get upset when you take the suitcase out because they know you're leaving them. >> they're smarting thank people think. my cat used to curl up in there. rick is standing by. he's outside. >> hey, gois, a chilly morning again, but at least the sunshine is back. take a look at the maps as you're waking up this morning or maybe you've been up for a while watching us. chilly pretty much everywhere. even across parts of texas. 34 in dallas. take a look at the forecast across the northeast.
we'll see a few scattered snow flurries, maybe a rain shower in pennsylvania pennsylvania, but overall, pretty calm an tomorrow will warm up. down to the southeast, a really nice day. temperatures warming up from where you've been and we'll see plenty of sunshine. rain moves in to texas tomorrow. into the northern plain, especially the high plains across the west, a spectacular day with really nice temperatures and even not that bad across much of illinois. across the west and there you dpo. nice temperatures and plenty of sunshine and salt lake city made it way on to this map. we were even able to squeeze it in. >> 101 pounds of cereal every year. >> this stuff, supposed to be good for you. >> breakfast of champions. ♪ snap crackle pop rice crispies ♪ >> they're great. >> in fact, we love it so much
today has been named national cereal day, also celebrated in other countries. >> we're celebrating with chef mark bailey. he's here to show us creative ways to cook with cereal. >> breakfast. i'm the breakfast guru. >> you really came up with some home runs here. this was a staple of my diet. >> fruity pebbles. who didn't love this? but they got a little bit of an adult twist on here. they have a milk punch. i didn't put any alcohol in this, but it's using the cereal milk now. so, you pour the milk in, let it soak the sugar. >> exactly. topped with a little whip cream. and there's a little vanilla extract in there as well. you could put bourbon in there
to give it a little kick. >> these are virgin, okay. >> and they're great. childhood classic. >> so, grape nuts are the cereal your mom wants you to eat. what can you make? >> pancakes, oatmeal as well. grape nuts give it a little crunch. fiber and whole grain. >> i'm going to handle the pancakes. are they crunchy? >> you get a little bite. >> you should warn people before you serve. >> granola is pretty popular. >> are you milling it out? crushing it down? >> just throwing it in the batter. >> also honey bunches of oats. bombay mix. this is a snack the whole family can enjoy. it has a little indian spice flavoring in there.
>> curry arewith breakfast sere rall and it's a party mix. get the party started. >> can you show us how to make these peanut butter bars? these have been calling our name. >> this is what we have herere. >> in this bowl is some brown sugar, peanut butter and light corn syrup. >> that's easy. >> what's in there? >> that's the crushed cereal, shredded wheat crunch. got a lot of clusters in there, so you'll get that good crunch. then you're going to have peanuts. and those are raisins. and you're going to get that you know know, mix that all up and it's going to get clumpy and look something like this. you're going to pat it down into a dish, get it looking like that. just let it cool. >> fix it and forget it. >> so when the power goes out, you can still make this.
>> exactly and you just chop it up into little bars. >> wow. >> really great. >> straight alcohol. >> for breakfast. >> it's great to see you. >> thanks for having me. making food america loves. coming up, the true cost of president obama's plan to give millions amnesty. the numbers will shock you. then, they've been playing music for more than two decades and this morning, it continues. one of christian music's biggest acts, third day performs here. but first, let's check in with neil cavuto. >> hey, guy good morning. after delaying deportations what if i told you the president is getting out his pen again to hike taxes by the billions and great scott you know we talked to governor scott walker as unions all worked up yet again. he is about to do something that
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while a court has halted amnesty, they've learned the true cost. joining us now with the details, tom fitten from washington. thank for coming on this morning. this plan rngs which again is on hold right now but likely to take effect at some point, has been billed as basically a bill for civil rights. there's been no attention to its monetary costs. what are they? >> obama's discretion is going to cost upwards of a half a billion dollars a year. nearly $484 billion a year. by the admission of the obama administration. and a they want to hire 3100 people. they're paying in one build,
$660,000 a month in rent and in the first year, they've handled 1.4 million applications. this is a massive amnesty program and all this money again, no authorization and law. >> so these are direct costs. not taking into account the effect of wages that will be depressed by more low wage immigrants or the competition american born workers will have for jobs. these are just direct government costs. >> and a that's right. dhs doesn't have incident spending, even though it is a federal agency so the money has to come from somewhere and our experience with the last dream act amnesty which was also illegal, basically, the handling of legal applications for green cards shut down, so if you were a u.s. citizen trying to get your foreign born wife into the country, you had to wait a year, but if you were an illegal alien, you're stamped right through. >> so, the united states is paying just again, direct costs,
many other costs associated, but half a billion dollars to break u.s. law. why? what's the purpose of this? >> well the purpose is to enact president's, the president's discretion and essentially allow you if you're here for a certain period of time to apply for provisional status or legal status and be able to work and the administration's encouraging you, even if you don't think you'll pass and get the application approved, come in and apply any way and you'll get the benefit of not being deported. essential essentially, would allow virtually anyone who's here illegally to continue to stay here and as i said, upwards of $484 billion a year, a million dollars a year, but that's just for the first year. think of it every year from here on in. and of course, it's going to draw more illegal aliens in, so the cost will just increase over time. >> all democratic voters. the same administration that's
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product unreasonably dangerous. judge alex joined us earlier. he thinks they have a case. >> one teaspoon is the equivalent of 25 cups of coffee. the difference between a safe and lethal dose is very small and when you're dealing with a product like that, the duty to warn is very high. in fact some would argue it should be banned. >> and the tam p bay buccaneers tackled by a settlement with the team's cheerleaders. they say they were paid the e live lent of two bucks an hour for their work. clayton, big guess. over to you. >> they've been one of biggest acts over the last two decades. their next album is out today and third day joins us live. nice to see you guys this morning. it's a big double set, which you don't see a lot of.
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as an army wife, daughter sister, granddaughter, i stand completely behind the flag as well as those who have sacrificed for the flag. freedom isn't free. >> this is completely disrespectful for our military and our entire american way of life. this is our usa. fly our flag. >> because of that flag they are able to bring up these ideas. sad part they don't realize it. >> another big story was that couple, heartbroken couple out of nevada trying to adopt a child but they were declared unfit because of the concealed carry permit they have in their family. we'll have that family on the show tomorrow to talk about that. >> does that mean no playoffs in nevada can adopt children? >> good question. diana was fired up about it. it's a sad day when the life of a child, family unit is offended by this politically based decision to deny their request. >> the system failed a child who needs the love of a family so much for our constitutional rights to bear arms.
>> just the fact they have concealed citizens proves they are good law abiding citizens. come on. >> i agree. >> see you tomorrow, everyone. unions all worked up over a new bill that could get more people back to work. hi, everyone. i'm brenda buttner. this is "bulls and bears." as the economy adds 300,000 jobs last month, big labor taking on republican governor scott walker over private sector jobs. this monday he is planning to sign a law protecting private workers from being forced to join a worker and pay union dues. is that the ticket to get even more americans working? here they are, the bulls and bears this week.