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>> hello and good morning friends, today is saturday, the 25th of april 2015. i'm anna kooiman and a fox news alert. dozens dead after a massive earthquake rocks a major city overnight collapsing buildings and crumbling homes. the breaking details just coming in. >> and he set off bombs at the finish line of the boston marathon, murdering innocent americans. but now you the taxpayer, are paying for dzhokhar tsarnaev's family to stay in the u.s. hundreds of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money. we've got details coming up. >> she stands with rand paul. but now she is being targeted for supporting him because she is black. the shocking facebook post that left this teen
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disgusted. and, america too. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ >> hey everybody. welcome in to "fox & friends" weekend. peter johnson jr. in for clayton morris today. >> great to see you. >> nice to see you tucker. >> thank you. we're going to get right to your news headlines saturday morning. we start with a fox news alert. this is breaking overnight. a devastating deadly earthquake hits nepal and leveling buildings and homes in the capital city of cath cath man do you. kathmadu. residents search in debris including the rescue of auto people trapped inspect a 19th century old tower. officials urging folks to stay after building after 13
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after shocks after a 16.6 tremendouser hit the area. triggers avalanches in the mount everest regions. dozens of mountain nears are feared missing. >> brand new arrest in the case of 6 minnesota men accused of plotting to join isis. now a 19-year-old has been charged with threatening to kill people connected to the case including the u.s. attorney general. the fbi saying abu carr saeed tweeted out tweets like this. the feds are getting two choices. either they are going to free my brothers or they are going to have a massacre happen. saeed is also accused of posting a photograph of the feds' confidential informant calling him a snitch. new overnight a scare in the air southeast airlines flight diverted to denver as it made its way from denver to milwaukee.
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taken off the plane after it encountered pressurization issue. one person had to be taken to the hospital after a fall. everyone else expected to be okay. former olympic gold gold medalist bruce jenner shocking the world after a major interview with abc diane sawyer. are you you a woman? >> um, yes for all intents and purposes i am a woman. my whole life has prepared me for this moment. so i want to take advantage of it and i want to do the right thing. and be true to myself. >> jenner, who has undergone several cosmetic surgeries over the years says he began hormone therapy back in the 1980s, the 65-year-old now plans to live his life as a woman. his three exwives, 10 children and stepchildren all supports his decision. and those are your news headlines. >> rick reichmuth standing by with the latest on the natural world.
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>> i like how you say that. 65 degrees in kathmadu as they are digging through the rubble. a little bit of rain for them there. >> sad story. >> such a horrible story. back here at home we have severe weather today incredible cold hanging on into the northeast. 38 degrees in cleveland. same with new york. caribou 33. more humid down south ands that where he we will see severe weather today. snowflakes flying across the northeast. southeast we have tornado watches in effect this morning. start off with run round of severe weather and later on in the afternoon another round will move through and then down across parts of texas still where you have had the weather. today we have it there tomorrow it moves back across parts of the south and then we see this stretch in across parts of the deep south. severe weather is upon us, guys, we will have it all weekend long. >> thanks for the bad news, rick. appreciate it. >> we want to give you
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update. a code da to the boston bombing story. we have now learned that the family of the dzhokhar tartar november the man convicted of boston marathon bombing last year have been living in a hotel paid for with u.s. tax dollars. >> we're not sure about initial flights but for each foreign fly from amsterdam to the united states it was $2,500 per person for them to get over here. they are spending about $200 a night for hotel stays around the clock security is costing 100 grand and peter lawyer fees are are still unclear. not revealing that yet. >> it could be 10 times that. the federal government is picking up the tab for the defense here and that includes bringing the family means here apparently who will testify in this case. but let's remember who some of these family members might be and what they've said in the past. remember this after the verdict in the boston bomber's mom texted out "america is the real
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terrorist and everyone knows that. my boys are the best. one who was killed as a result of his assault and the other convicted and may lose his life as a result of it they were the best. we are giving them the best. $200 a night hampton inn in revere and security. >> i know the hampton route 1. pretty depressing. will these family members stay in the united states? will they claim asylum as tsarnaevs did already? will they go on welfare as tsarnaevs did? america is not a terrorist but we are awfully soft on people coming to our country, hating our country allowing them to stay and enjoy the benefits of tax dollars. >> look what dzhokhar doing now to the camera. i do look all right? i do look okay? he was on the cover of rolling stone and revered almost as a rock star a lot of people were saying. the reason the court is doing this is they don't want to have issues with
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appeals in the future they want to make sure they get this done right so all the americans and america as a hole whole will not have to go through this over and over again. >> what do you think about it? one marathon survivor pointed out he couldn't get lunch and parking money to attend that trial and if he had moved out of state they would have to go there on his own. what do you think about this? are you outraged by this? let's see. >> unbelievable. >> the penalty phase picks up monday and defense is up next. >> speaking of justice there could can be major legal problems on the horizons for bill and hillary clinton. >> some veteran lawyers say the clinton foundation's questionable handling of money could, in fact, lead to criminal charges. >> criminal charges. leland vittert live from washington, d.c. to explain. good morning leland. >> good morning anna and good morning guys. the main question still revolves around the difference mere aappearance of donors to the clinton foundation and some type of play to pay.
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a number of interests where the big donors fell under the purview of secretary clinton including a deal where the state department blessed the sale of a uranium mine to a russian-backed firm. >> there has been no evidence presented that suggests that somehow donations to the clinton foundation had any impact on any policy decisions that were made by secretary clinton or anybody else in the state department. >> the clinton team defense is saying there is not a shred of evidence. that's because all the evidence was shredded. and, also, it sounds rather weird. instead of saying this is not true, this didn't happen. they are saying show us the evidence. you know it's really hard to find. >> now some experts say there is a possibility that the justice department or congress could begin looking into the accusations, trying to see if there is any firearm associated with what appears to be, guys, a whole lot of smoke so far. >> thanks, leland. >> and we know the speaker
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of the house john boehner has indicated that he is considering a full house subpoena to madam secretary clinton with regard to some of these charges including the email loss, the benghazi deaths and perhaps some of the things we're finding out now. >> they could have subpoenaed those a long time ago. i followed the clintons since i worked at the newspaper in arkansas 20 years ago. i have never seen a more serious set of charges against the clintons and i have seen a lot of charges. these are unbelievable took money from foreign governments to effect american policy and those policies were affected. >> essentially briberiry. >> that's what you would call it, correct. >> unbelievable. you have been covering politics since you were this high. how long is this going to be effecting? this story is a bit complicated and the average american voter may not be following it super closely you. >> let's just be really clear about it, the clintons personally not their
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foundation but through speeches tens of millions of dollars in the last few years at a point when hillary clinton was the chief diplomat for the united states. when she became secretary of state their income went dramatically higher as foreign governments tried to buy. >> devastating. >> what about this morning a 19-year-old by the name of zury davis just raked over the columns coals media female. african-american for. this here is a picture of her i stand with rand. look what showed up on facebook page. female african-american standing with rand? she must not realize the platform the fact that is he pretty much regarded as racist. sexist a-hole along with the rest of the party. she is going wait a minute just because i lovehe constitution and i happen to agree with his platform i'm supposed to care more about
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social issues just because i'm female and african-american than what's in my heart? >> and she is has punched back in a pretty profound reply. and there have been thousands of facebook friends that she has garnered as a result that have stood up for her right to choose who she wants for president of the united states. >> this is the logical extension of identity politics. each person votes with his tribe and anyone who doesn't is stoned to death by the mob. we are in this witch-hunt period in politics where anyone who deviates is slammed on social media. good for her for ignoring it. >> strong woman. >> mentioned that he was conservative for the most part. she said are you a republican? he is kind of in that box too. just because he is different on some social issues and because he is he in hollywood, somehow you can't be a conservative? >> you think of conservatives as resisting change but not bruce generaller. >> interesting interview too. a lot of people talking
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about it. >> coming up, the president taking blame for the deadly drone strike. >> as president and as commander and chief i take full responsibility for all our counter terrorism -- operations on behalf of the united states government i offer our deepest apologies. >> could the hostage death been avoided with better intelligence? our next guest says it's possible. >> a trip to the gas station turns into one wild ride. this guy hops on to the hood of his suv to try to stop a carjacker. ♪ she said don't give me no lines and keep your hands to yourself ♪ that need to be kept at 41 degrees. while being shipped to a country where it's 90 degrees.
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killed in drone strikes. drone strike rules are now under review. could this have been avoided though with better intelligence? that's a question some are answer asking. here to react is lt. general michael. thanks for joining us this morning. >> good morning, how are you? >> thank. is an example of lack of human intelligence? >> i believe he it is. in these operations you want to have intelligence from multiple sources. human intelligence, electronic intelligence. sources, physical intelligence you gain from raids, cell phones, maps, computer laptops and i think we've becomome overreliant offer solely reliant on aerial platforms and collecting by electronic eavesdropping from 10,000 feet. the way this should work and the way i seen it work in the past is understand the threat network and identify key individuals who should be targeted because they present an inherent and
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immediate risk to u.s. or coalition forces or they are actively involved in attacking these forces and then you build a case for putting them on a target list. this evidence must be collected from multiple sources. human sources on the ground. electronic sources and alsos the physical evidence. and then you look for patterns of life and targetable actionable intelligence from sources. he is moving to this compound and. it's got to be based on multiple sources. >> someone who has commanded troops in the combat zones. for politicians the appeal of electronic intelligence is it's pretty much risk-free. >> antiseptic. complex threat. the networks are complex organisming that require a complex approach. when you limit yourself to one approach, one source, and one response, you're going to limit your results.
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and the evidence is pretty clear. i looked at the number of drone strikes since 2004, in yemen, somalia and pack stone. pakistan 415 dresden strikes. yemen 111 drone strikes and somalia 13 drone strikes. can anyone say to me pakistan, yemen or somalia or r. stabilized successes? have the networks there been significantly degraded? so it's a flaw in that we're relying on one source of intelligence and it's a flaw that we are responding with one source. >> we drop more ordnance in vietnam than was used in the entire second world war and we still had to leave. i wonder does anybody in the military does anyone actually commanding troops believe that air power can win a real victory anywhere? >> i don't think so. i mean, we have lived this. we have seen this now for over a decade. and, you know, my experience back in the surge, when we were successful and in
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really defeating these networks, it was a combination of conventional networks on the ground. special and electronic and other sources of intelligence. it's a fight for intelligence. if you're going to attack these networks you first must understand them and it's a fight for intelligence through every means possible. and when you limit yourself to one source at 10,000 it feet you're going to limit the results. tragically we have seen that mistakes will be made. >> interesting. really nice to have your specific this morning general. thank you very much. >> tucker, thank you very much. >> chic fillet ruffling feathers at one university after the student government votes against it on campus. up next a student who says it's part of a dangerous trend of intolerance on college campuses. and the baby thrown off a flight by armed police, they called that child a security threat. has america gone completely insane? it's a story you've got to hear coming up. ♪ big girls
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hey everybody, good morning. the final three band members involved in the hazing death of drum major robert champion quicked of manslaughter. the 26-year-old was beaten oon the band school bus after a football game in orlando. he died after losing too much blood. defense attorneys planning an appeal. and protesters in baltimore want to shut down the city with a massive march today. they are upset about the death of freddie gray. the 25-year-old suffered a mysterious spine injury
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while in police custody. six officers are suspended. no word yet if charges will be filed. peter, over to you. >> thanks, anna. no more chicken at johns hopkins university. the student government association there voting this week against a proposal to potentially bring chick-fil-a to campus because of the owner's support for traditional marriage. they have a resolution saying perspective and current students, staff faculty and other visitors who are members of the lbgt community would be subjected to the microaggression of supporting current or future development plans. this is the latest in the series of tempts by campus officials to silence those are different opinions. andrew guernsey is a junior at jhuu he has defended the vote. he joins us live. so you lost that vote. why? what's going on at johns hopkins university?
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>> good morning peter. it's great to be on the show with you. >> happy to have you. >> what's happening on my campus and can i speak as the president of the pro-life club which they even blocked us from having a club on campus. now we are seeing them blocking a chick-fil-a even a hypothetical one on campus. the reason is increasing intolerance towards students who have a religious or socially conservative point of view. >> what did they say about why there couldn't be a chick-fil-a and what did you say in vociferously arguing against that position. >> when i came to hopkins university -- and i'm very blessed to be there -- i thought there would be a free exchange of ideas. what i'm finding is increasing intolerance from my piers and student government in particular has led them to say that they literally feared for their physical safety because students have different opinions on the campus. and the idea that students, like me, who you would agree with dan cathy that marriage is between moms and dads and
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hate speech should be banned from campus is incompatible with the the university's position on free speech. >> are you surprised by this at johns hopkins university that there isn't an ability to exercise the kind of discussion and kind of freedom in terms of first amendment opinion that there should be? >> well, george will wrote about this when he wrote about our case. it seems that colleges and universities are seeming to value diversity in everything but thought. this is disturbing trend on college campuses like mine. >> last question, andrew. you mentioned something about a pro-life club that the university didn't want any part of or they gave you a hard time about starting it. >> right. >> quickly, tell us what happened with that. >> well, even just last week they tried to ban a fetal model feetly accurate of little babies. this is a medical school too. johns hopkins is big enough to have people with different points of view on campus. >> points of view are important andrew guernsey.
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thanks for efforts for freedom of expression at johns hopkins thanks so much. >> thanks for having me on the show, peerpt. >> what do you think at home? is this right or wrong? let us know. strange, strange issue. it's a national disgrace. our veterans harassed by drunken frat boys. >> you guys are standing up on a balcony and they were throwing big champagne bottles down on us. >> but this morning there is a major update on this story that you want to hear. that's coming up next. then it's the video you've got to see. a guy hops right on to the hood of his suv to try to stop another man look at that from stealing the car. way to go ♪ singing we will, we will rock you.
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[crying] >> the quake level buildings and homes in kathmadu. the number of dead is expected to rise as searches search the debris including 19th century old tower that crumbled in the quake trapping auto people inside. urging folks to stay out of
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buildings after 13 after shocks hit the area. the quake so strong it triggered avalanches at mount everest 100 miles away. dozens of mountain nears are feared missing. hunt is on right now for a serial shooter in colorado. police shooting for someone who may be targeting innocent drivers. 2 o-year-old corrie ramiro shot in the neck when another young driver fired a got. >> drivers near denver warned to be on alert. >> and a british family is kicked off a plane in israel because the crew called their crying baby, quote: a security threat. the 19 month old became upset after she was told to sit on her parent's lap. well the pilot turned it the family over to armed police. mother says it was like a terrorist incident. airline spokesperson says all passengers must follow the safety rules. and a desperate attempt to
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stop a brazen carjacker caught on camera. watch this. this guy gets out of his suv and runs into his oklahoma city gas station that you where to see here. but then this man in blue gets out of that white car and sees the suv's keys inside. after casing the area. he boldly steals the car. the owner steps out of the store and jumps on the hood of the car. he was driven for about a mile until finally he fell off. is he fine, we're told. but the carjacker still on the loose. look at that those are your headlines. >> would you do that rick? >> man that is scary. >> to save the family volvo? >> i don't know. you always wonder what you would do in that moment when it's a split second decision. >> depends whether you have insurance or not. >> probably not the wisest idea. all right. lots of storms going on across much of the country this weekend. in fact, it's been a really rough couple weeks. this morning down across parts of the south we he have got some storms. we have snow across parts of
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upstate new york and new england. severe weather going to watch this afternoon. already getting going this morning tornado watches. southern parts of alabama be very very careful. this morning we were going to watch this all day long. all part of some energy out across parts of the rockies continuing to bring rain and how mountain snow. they desperately need it. higher level snow as well. that severe weather today i think the biggest chance of tornadoes is going to be across parts of kentucky and tennessee. that's the spot we are going to be watching. janice is going to be here as well tracking the storms. >> outstanding. thank you. >> you bet. we have update now for that university of florida story about the fraternity that allegedly was insulting wounded veterans. disabled veterans, spitting on them, urinating on them, allegedly throwing up on them. just being absolutely nasty. well now the school has suspended zaid da beta fraternity. public intodges, theft
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causing physical and other harm to property. >> explaining what those boys did while drunk. watch. >> these guys are standing up on a balcony and throwing big champagne bottles down on us. urinating off the balcony on to the flags. one event we were standing there, you know, chitchatting with each other and a group of people came by they ripped the american flag out of the ground which is right in front of our conference room where we were standing at and they started to walk off with it. >> well, it's clearly shocking there? no excuse for this stupid drunken redick luz behavior. >> you've got to wonder if it was integral to the fact this was a fraternity that they were fraternity brothers. they were at a fraternity event drunk young men behave like this sometimes. you kind of witch some of these veterans would have put them in their place physically you. >> that would have been you talk about a code code da.
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good morning todd, what do you think about. >> it good morning from memphis. i'm very glad to hear about this. we also know that the university of florida's chapter of that fraternity actually expelled several members. and i think that, you know, i'm very happy with the way the national fraternity jumped on this immediately took action a quite frankly has promised to make things right. we have seen this video over the past couple weeks our colleague sean hannity and his team have done a great job of exposing the debauchery at panama city beach. you wonder how could it possibly get any worse? now we know now it could possibly get worse. one thing guys, i want to make clear here. the good people of panama city beach thanks to their generosity they bring all of these veterans in and give them a week at the beach
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free of charge. they cover all the costs. these are good patriotic people. i want to make sure that folks understand that. >> it's great you broke that story. and now you are in memphis this weekend with hundreds of other christians. so last night you delivered the key ♪ at the missional marketplace summit about how to carry christ outside of church. with your permission we will show a little bit of that. >> sure. let the army as we were just saying rise up and let the cry go out from bill street to by. to new york city that these united states are still one nation under god. >> preach, brother starns. wow, what a message. >> i didn't know you had it in you todd. that was barn burner. >> i put a little red bull in my fruit loops guys. >> tell us more about the summit going on down there. >> you know, anna, this is a huge thing for people of faith. trying to figure out how to,
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you know, integrate faith with what they do. this has become a big issue across the country. we saw this happen in indiana with this religion religion -- religious liberty bill. protect people of faith from being attacked because of their religious beliefs. and how timely was it that last night just a few moments before i spoke we got an update on some christian bakers, erin and melissa klein. they refused to bake a cake for a gay wedding. they were found guilty of discrimination. just last night they were fined $135,000 just because they chose to stick to their religious beliefs. those are some of the issues that we were talking about at this amazing conference. >> well, you brought me back to my childhood todd, i thought i was he at the camp town meeting association in ocean grove, new jersey. what a great great set of remarks. >> well, peter just some great folks at german town baptist church and of course memphis is my hometown and
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it's always great to get back you. half the city is watching "fox & friends." you guys have a lot of fans here in the mid south. >> good deal. thanks so much, todd. i'm actually going to be heading down there tomorrow for the grand opening of the bass pro shop. >> and the pyramid. thanks todd. >> thanks, guys. >> coming up next, chris christie went from the very top of the polls to the bottom as a potential presidential candidate. can he make a come back? how will he do it if he does a fair and balanced debate coming up. >> plus, your diet pepsi may never taste the same. big changes coming to a can near you. ♪ why so serious ♪ so raise your glasses ♪ and all the right ways ♪
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welcome back on this saturday morning. you know, some quick health headlines for you. an alarming new study reveals a spike in antibiotic shortages. researchers found hospitals across the country ran low on nearly 150 drugs over 13 years. often for months at a time. and a popular soda brand set to undergo a big face lift. ♪ how could it be. >> diet pepsi can. >> it's beautiful. >> some things never change. >> diet pepsi same crisp taste, fresh new look. >> pepsi will fizz out the use of aspartame in diet pepsi after studies link the artificial sweetner to some cancer. finally, think your morning yogurt is good for you? think again. research says it doesn't actually provide the health benefits you think it does. this doesn't mean yogurt is bad for you. it just may not actually
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improve your health. tucker, keep that in mind. >> well, chris christie might be trying to rekindle his presidential hopes brand new fox news poll has the new jersey governor behind all the candidates washington examiner susan cab tree. former communication spokesperson vermont governor howard dean christie welcome to you both. christie start with you. >> sure. >> chris christie, the other christie is at the bottom of the -- four.5% in the average of all the polls over real clear politics, but i mean boy do we have a lock way to go before the nominee is chosen. are these early numbers significant? >> somewhat, yeah. let's get a few caveats out of the way. it's definitely still early. field is still 100% still influx. he has also made some smart moves of late. whatever your politics.
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i think the governor's appearance on jimmy fallon was pretty great. it's not a great thing for chris christie to be starting out at the bottom here because the fact is that a lot of people across this country do know him and they have a negative impression of him. so he is starting out as sort of damaged goods even a more positive fitting where he may be unknown but he has potential for a lot of growth. christie has the opposite problems where he is starting out in negative place. >> susan, there are an awful lot of conservatives in the republican primary electorate, chris christie though as remarkably talented as he is may have problems on issues like guns specifically. how familiar time should he be be spending trying to win them back? >> well, i think the presidency as have you eaten over the last three presidents is really a -- personality. christie has this in spades. that's a deficit that hillary clinton is lacking. i really think that chris christie can emerge right now but he has to work twice
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as hard as he had in the past. he would have before the bridge gate scandal. i really thought back in 2013 early 2014, he was the only candidate who could beat hillary clinton because he had such a remarkable personality and he was really good on attracting both democrats and republicans. his mother was a democrat. his father was a republican. he comes from a blue state. he crosses the factions. he can attract hispanic voters african-american voters. he has done so in his re-election campaign. women voters. so i think if you look at the last three presidents we have had they were able to do the same thing. and it's really who you want to sit down and have a beer with and i don't think that we have the candidates in the republican field right now that are up to the same par as christie in their personality. >> that's the point, isn't it christie? republicans and democrats who analyze the race are forever saying the republican party needs to expand its appeal here.
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a guy who won an awful lot of democrats to his side election of governor. >> that's why he was such a formidable candidate as late as 2012. all of that changed after bridge gate. predominant image is the one loud mouth possibly corrupt governor from new jersey. and it's the corrupt thing that's knew. >> republicans new jersey thing that's mort of the problem. but, yes i would say to the extent that he was able to win over democrats and hispanics and women and, you know, all sorts of that durablely democratic constituency groups in the past i'm less sure that he is going to be able to do that in the future simply because of bridge gate so partisan and so corrupt. >> christie makes the point susan that governor christie is a loud mouth. i mean, there is really no getting around the fact he is a guy emotionally kind of just out there. what you see is what you get. is there a case though that maybe that's what america wants someone that direct?
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>> i think if you look at the candidates in the republican field right now they are only appealing to certain factions of the republican party. the jeb bush factor, he appeals to a broader swath. people are complaining he is a lot like mitt romney. elitist status he comes from bush dynasty. chris christie pulled himself up from boot straps. not part of a political dynasty. he is he someone who after public corruption, and new jersey is a very tough state, you know, politically, just like chipping is. and he really went after 130 public officials in that state. so there is a lot of vendettas against him. and i think that he can overcome this bridge gate, but he has to work very hard to do it. he has to really start talking about policy and get away from the epics. you know hillary clinton -- the benefit that he has is hillary clinton is tarred by
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ethics scandals as well. >> that's for sure. susan cab tree thanks for joining us this morning. >> that's a pleasure. headlines across the country. veteran tackled to the ground and arrested for standing up for the stars and stripes on a college campus. but now one may be standing up for old glory in a big way? what he just brought to that school. we'll explain that story. then we told you about this. university canceling the screening of the "american sniper" film after some students complained it was mean to muslims. well a big update for you this morning. stay tuned.
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hi everyone, good morning. the video has gone viral michelle man hart arrested all over the stars state of university georgia. thousands showed up in support of the american flag. our next guest frankie gay is an alumnus of the school and yesterday he passed out 10,000 american flags during the rally.
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the flags came from his company inspired by the death of his son who was killed in afghanistan. good morning. tell us about the day and tell us about the impetus for you bringing these flags, what a great thing. >> good morning peter. you know, these flags it was one of the easiest and most honorable things i have probably ever had to do. you know, there is nothing more honorable than to watch thousands of our hometown heroes and veterans and wum and children alike to rally yesterday all holding flags flying it high. it was very proud day for valdosta and our hometown. >> cancelled some of the classes. they were concerned there might be violence and given the headlines this story had reached on such national levels, did you experience anything like that or was this more just about being
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patriotic? >> it was really to me more about patriotic. to me, the flag is more about the veterans, the men and women that put their life on the line every day for our freedom. and you know, the flag means a lot many different things to many different people, the freedom really really speaks volumes. our hometown valdosta we he have moody air force base. we are a very patriotic city. you know, we are labeled as wintersville u.s.a., town u.s.a. it all stands true when it comes to our military. everybody rallied yesterday behind the flag and we rallied as one. it was a very moving day and a day i will never forget for the rest of my life. >> did you remember your son in a special way yesterday? you lost your son your family lost your son serving our country. what did you think about your son as you were at that campus and you saw these flags waiving? >> you know, i thought a lot
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about him. in fact, i didn't bring it out yesterday but i actually took my son's flag that was draped across his casket when they flew him home to me. i took it out there. that was more of a personal note. i wanted him to be a part of it. and, you know, it meant a lot. you know, these soldiers, when we fly these heroes home from overseas, i was thinking more about than just my son. a lot of his brothers, a lot of his sisters, you know, when our children, when we -- when they go to war when they go into the military, they sign a blank check with their lives. and they sign that signature, they are putting their life on the line for us. and we need to remember that. >> yeah, we absolutely do. you helped america do that yesterday handing out flags your son. and in light of the terrible situation with the stomping of the flag that happened a few days ago flanky gay thank you for your time
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today. >> thank you anna. i appreciate you all having me. it's been an honor. >> breaking overnight. a massive earthquake devastating. buildings breaking to pieces.
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hello friends, good morning, today is saturday the 25th of april 2015. i'm anna kooiman and here is a fox news alert. now, devastation oversight a massive earthquake leaving more than 100 people death dead and that death toll likely to rise. we are live with the breaking details from nepal. >> and are criminal charges on the way for bill and hillary clinton? the brand new details on the money they took from foreign governments seeking to influence ours? we're live in washington with the latest. >> plus, workers on the job have baked? >> used ken in logan's record? i will give you 5.
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>> he autographed them himself. >> colorado businessman now close up shop and move to a new state to get away from the stoners. because mornings are better with friends. >> hey everybody. come on in and stay a while. tucker carlson peter johnson jr. at your service today. >> great to see i you peter. >> and to you and you. >> we have been doing with friends segment all week long and now we are doing it weekend edition today. rick reichmuth is going to be doing a picnic on the plaza. i will be be cooking with my cousin coming up. >> excellent. that is fantastic. i have no relatives who cook so i am going to have a restaurant guy come in. >> chaos on the streets after devastating earthquake hits nepal killing 100 and leveling buildings in the capital of kathmadu.
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[siren] >> at least 30 people killed in neighboring countries including 20 in india the number of dead unfortunately expected to rise dramatically as panicked residents in nepal's capital city of kathmadu desperately search the debris including 19th century trapping people inside. officials are urging people to stay out of buildings after 1313 aftershocks hit the area. >> tucker, the quak was so strong it also reportedly triggered avalanches at mount everest. 100 miles away. dozens of mountaineers are feared to be missing and rick you really do have an expertise on earthquakes. what are your thoughts on in this morning. >> the base camp and peak season for climbers that go partway up to that base camp there is an avalanche there i'm reading four reported
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fatalities there at the base camp. >> this goes across a lot of area. really active area size logically. you think about the mountains there. himalayas. you have the plates coming together. and that causes these kinds of earthquakes. here is the u.s. wheel fly over to where this is across the himalayas to the north of india and right there nepal and kathmadu. 71 degrees. this happening noon local time. 4:48. sun set at 6:33. important number of hours coming up here guys, once we get about two hours from now dark. first night obviously is a bug important time or the first day you want to be able to get in there and search for any survivors as possible getting into nighttime is going to be very very tough for them. i have got to tell you historically they have had very large earthquakes in this area. this is one of the larger ones that they have seen the last hundred years. couple not this strong
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killed over 100,000 people. this potentially i could be a catastrophic thing for the folks there. from. >> as you mentioned the coming hours very critical for rescue and recovery. >> all right. also this morning there could be legal problems on the horizon for the clintons. >> major legal problems. lawyers say the clinton foundation happened ling of foreign countries could lead to criminal charges. >> and leland vittert is live in washington to explain this expanding story. >> good morning guys. still very speculative in terms of any possible criminal investigation or criminal inquiry. the main question still revolves around the difference between the mere appearance of favorable treatment for large donors some type of pay to play thing going on. peter sweitzer lays out a number of instances where the interest of big donors fell under the purview of then secretary clinton. including a deal where the state department, which she ran at the time, blessed the
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sale of uranium mine to a russian-backed firm. >> there has been no evidence presented that suggest that somehow donations to the clinton foundation had any impact on any policy decisions that were made by secretary clinton or anybody else in the state department. >> the clinton team defense is saying there is notv@÷ ui and also it sounds rather weird, instead of saying this is not true. this didn't happen. they say show us the evidence. and, you foe it's really hard to find. >> and as the questions grow. there are some experts who say it's a possibility that either the justice department or congress could actually begin looking into these accusations trying to see if there is any fire with what appears to be a whole lot of smoke involving a lot of money. back to you guys. >> you got it, klee land. thank you for that update this morning. it does seem a bit bizarre. if somebody accuses me of something i didn't do that's
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the first thing i do i didn't do it. i don't say there isn't any evidence that i didn't do it. you can't pin it on me or prove it. >> classic defense this is a right wing smear it ran in the "new york times." not a right wing publication. the allegations are extremely serious and the allegations do suggest criminal behavior. of course, that has not been proven. but that's just how big this story could potentially be. they are accuse of taking money from foreign governments in order to influence policy on behalf of those governments. it's clear in a bunch of cases the state department governments. was it because they paid off the clintons? we don't know but the appearance is bad. >> i think it clear legally and morally that there will have to be an explanation of each of these specific instances that have been laid out in mr. sweitzer's book. he details dozens of particular instances that will need to be replied to. so clearly the facts will come out on these issues.
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it may be difficult to find some of these facts based on the fact the secretary of state's emails have mostly been destroyed. ten its of millions of dollars personally. clinton family bill and hillary clinton took tens of millions of dollars from foreign countries. a lot of them dictatorships that hate america. why would they do that? >> was the white house aware of it? were they aware of any ethical breaches. we see now there have been refuse for rations and changes in the tax returns that the foundation has posted. with regard to the millions of dollars. >> there were errors were, they intentional or mistaken. >> next time you file a false tax return it was error not false. >> what are democrats thinking right now she has been able to clear the field. yes she has campaign money coming in. yes, she has the clinton name recognition behind her. she is half of that political machine that is the clintons but long term, i mean what are democrats
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thinking as this evidence keeps mounting up? >> there has to be a fair hearing. a fair hearing will require sleuth full disclosure as to what occurred. >> all right. we will continue following that right now we need to get to these headlines. another fox news alert. brand new arrest in the connection with the arrest of six minnesota man. 19-year-old charged with threatening to kill people in the case including the u.s. attorney general. abu carr said tweeted out threat like this. quote the feds are getting two choices either they are going to free my brothers or they are going to have a massacre happen. said is also accused of mosing a photo of the fed's confidential informant calling him a snitch. safety concerns now being raised over that terrifying stage collapse in indiana that left 16 high school students injured. ♪ don't stop believing ♪ [screams]
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>> officials in westfield say the stage was only a few years old and they are not sure if it was ever inspected or if inspections are even required under state law. the stage gave way thursday night during the final song of the musical america's pie. all injured students are now out of the hospital, we're told. and he tried to murder president ronald reagan but now he just wants to play some tunes? psychiatrist for john hinckley jr. says hinckley loves music and should be allowed to start his own band. his lawyer and treatment team believe he's ready to live full time with his 89-year-old mother in virginia. hinckley was found not guilty by reason of insant insanity for the 1981 attack. bruise jenner shocking the world with major announcement during an interview with abc's diane sawyer. >> are you a woman? >> um, yes for all intents and purposes, i am a woman. >> my whole life has
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prepared me for this moment. so i want to take advantage of it and i want to do the right thing and be true to myself. >> jenner who has undergone several cosmetic surgeries over the years says he began hormone therapy for a time during the 1980, the 65-year-old now plans to live life as a woman. jenner's three exwives, 10 children and stepchildren all support the decision. those are your news headlines. >> thanks, anna. >> well maryland state delegate and formerrist marine is organizing an "american sniper" screening after officials at the university of maryland cancelled the screening on the grounds that the movie was mean and anti-muslim. >> they had two screenings scheduled for the first week of may and they have postponed it indefinite live so he said you know what? let's -- i'm going to take things upon myself and i'm going to take care of it and let my constituents watch it here is what he says. his name is david boat the iii. maryland state delegate. for me it's a two fold
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issue, the group against it came out suggesting it was dramatizing war and glorifying war against muslims. that's not the case. as a u.s. marine i take that free speech personally regardless of the lifestyle you lead or ideological background you have, veterans have put their lives on the line so that u.s. citizens could enjoy the first amendment. these groups that are coming out against "american sniper" i feel like they must not have watched the movie "american sniper." i went to go see it. it does not glorify war at all. it shows the terrible things the terrible realities that these armed service members go through losing of limbs. the losing of their mind they feel when they come back with ptsd and the terrible thing their family has to go through as well. >> the thought that a public official would have to -- because the first amendment was being sprelsed go to efforts to actually screen that film himself. it's really incredible. >> well, it is. it also shows how frivolous colleges are that they are
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even weighing in on this. there are lots of stands that you can take as a public official and conservative. i don't know if defending a movie no matter how great it is is the most important one. >> if it's being suppressed in some way. i think there is a particular situation here that yeah, absolutely. >> colleges take a lot of tax dollars too, by the way. >> they do. coming up next. >> go ahead tucker. >> is homeland security working overtime to add new americans in swing states just in time for the 2016 vote packing the electorate? our next guest says it's been part of president obama's plan all along. >> then it's a major green project. but it's not so earth friendly. thousands of birds dead as a result?
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there are 13 million legal permanent residents in the united states. the department of homeland security say a new program is urging them to become citizens in time for the 2016 election. almost all of them will vote democrat so you can see the motive there the 20 states with the highest green card populations 14 of those are holding senate races in 2016. see a pattern? joining me now former department of justice official and p.j. legal editor christian adams. >> good morning tucker. >> this is a case don't like the election rules get new voters, isn't it? >> it is. that's what the democrats particularly obama administration is so good at. and that's using the levers of power to preserve power. and so what they are doing is doing a full-court press on getting all of these aliens, 9 million of them
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registered as citizens in time for the 2016 election. they are redirecting resources of dhs to this effort, this campaign. it's really integrated part of a political campaign to get aliens turned into citizens just in time for the next u.s. election. >> u.s. integration knew euphemism. outlines immigration plan that will advance our nation's global competitiveness and ensure the people who live in this country can fully participate in their communities. now, the hard and political truth is here that the overwhelming majority of first-time immigrant voters vote democrat. if they voted republican, you know, if they were all michele bachmann voters, do you really think the obama administration would be encouraging them to register to vote? >> of course not. notice in that letter, tucker, it says fully participate. a green card holder right now someone who is a legal permanent resident can fully
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participate in everything except one thing. guess what that one thing is? voting for president in 2016. they say it nakedly in this letter it's all about politics. the irony and sad part is right now while all these immigrants from the the central and south america are being steamed into our system as fast as possible. immigrants and visa applicants from eastern european countries. communist countries are being stonewalled. they know what this is all about. they have seen it before. and so those guys can't get admitted to the united states as easily. >> i love how republicans are constantly told if you say anything about this. if you complain about it you are a bigot,ner get hispanic vote. they have been cowed into silence i noticed. >> a tragedy. a deliberate shaming fear mongering, it's a deliberate strategy to shut up opposition to get people and i hear it all the time from
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republicans on the hill from some members of congress we tant talk about this. this is a campaign going on to fundamentally transform the country. if you don't talk about it and confront it you will lose all the other issues you care about. >> there are a lot of cowards out there unfortunately. you're not one of them. jay christian adams. thank you. >> thanks, tucker. >> the train and car collide ending nothing short of miraculous. everyone involved walked away alive. we will tell you how that happened. and bruce jenner stuns america. >> but my heart and my soul and everything that i do in life, it is part of me. that female side is part of me. that's who i am. >> huh? so what's next? olympic gold medalist. we have the inside scoop on that. ♪ because you're amazing ♪ just the way you are ♪
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our news by the numbers. first, 3500. that's the number of birds killed by a solar energy project in california. it uses mirrors to direct sunlight to three towers to generate steam power. those mirrors burn the birds in mid-air. next 1400, that's how many mini bottles of liquor a cleaner at kennedy airport job. investigators found the booze hidden in a closet. and finally $4,400. that's how much money a wal-mart employee found in the parking lot of his main
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store. the employee gave the cash over to cops who then returned it to its rightful owner. i'm sure a reward is on the way. anna? >> all right peter. thanks so much. olympic gold medalist and tv personality bruce jenner confirming in emotional interview he is he transitioning to become a woman. >> are you a woman? >> um, yes for all intents and purposes i'm a woman. people look at you differently they see you as this macho male but everything i do in life it is part of me, that female side is part of me. that's who i am. >> the last tv interview he will do as bruce. here with more is hollywood.com reporter chloe, thank you for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> you actually spent the afternoon at new york city at an event with kim kardashian. >> yes yesterday. >> what was leading up to
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this? >> she said she was hopping on a private plane back to l.a. to watch the interview with bruce with all of her sisters. i'm not sure if bruce's other children were there like brode and brandon and better. i'm assuming yes and with chris jenner. the idea that there is this divide in the family over bruce's admission that he is becoming a woman it's actually not true. >> some of the main points here highlighted on the cover of the daily news that the interview everybody is talking about. he first dressed like a girl when he was just a young boy. he started hormone treatment in 19 will 80s, stopped because of his faith and he didn't want to hurt his children and his sister kept secret for some 30 years. chris jenner said this not only was i able to call him my husband for 2 a years and father of my children, i am now able to call him my hero. so what do you say about this? >> the entire family has completely rallied around him. but he was very open in the interview with diane sawyer
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saying that look, it has not been easy. my first priority was making sure that my kids were okay first with this news and that he has been talking with them for a year about this. but that khloe kardashian is the one that had the most difficult time with this and that kim and kanye west have actually been some of his strongest supporters. >> lowly, thank you so much for giving us an update on that interview everybody is talking about. 226 minutes after the hour. here is what is coming up on "fox & friends." workers on the job half baked? >> 7 bucks for a used kenny logans' record? >> he autographed it himself. >> a colorado businessman says he has had to close up shop and move to a whole new state to get away from the stoners. plus, we see quote natural on a label but s. it always best. the dos and don'ts to keep us safe. i can't wait for that first check in with eric bolling
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or a loan what's coming up on "cashin' in." >> government at its worst. president obama calling for million electric cars on roads by 2015. so far he is only about 700,000 short. he has still a few months ago. in wakeup mercury saw the liberal created man made water crisis in about 90 seconds or so. "cashin' in" 11:30.
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>> new and used record store he gets to talk about music all day. perfect job for a stoner. >> 7 bucks for a used kenny logans' record? >> i will give you a. >> he autographed it himself. >> i will give you four. >> so you thought delayed reaction time and eating a lot of cheetoes and late night tacos and all that was going to be the only thing that was unintended consequence of pot being legalized in colorado? well no. one businessman there who owns a scunting business is blaming stoned workers for having to pack up the business, shut it down in colorado and head to south carolina. the man's name is mark brawner. he says the. marijuana got into our industry. half the sculptures will come in high. as soon as we catch it, they would be let go. we went through you 2 a sculptures, only five of our
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sculptures either were quality or would show up unimpaired. >> just to be fair, do i think that some the sculptures were high before. >> potentially. this is. >> work place peril for sculptures. but it has changed clorl. every time we do a marijuana setting i get hostile email. does america need to be spacier and more passive? >> no. >> and you will probably see more work place injuries in terms of people doing stuff that might be dangerous. mr. brown has said when we are asking you to sculpt, when you are high you can't see it good enough when the quality suffers. >> he said afterwards that some of his comments were kind of miss construed on that and he was offered money to go down to south carolina. it was pretty clear that he talked about a problem involving a lot of the kids being kind of doped up.
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>> but if you're being asked to sculpted a giant dinosaur it's possible marijuana is involved anyway. i'm just throwing that out there. >> okay. >> more on that later but right now we need to get to this fox news alert. this is what sky news is reporting now. very unfortunate news. more than 600 are dead following a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake in nepal. buildings leveled and homes crumbled in the capital of kathmadu. [siren. >> the dead include dozens in neighboring countries. india. the death toll expected to rise as panicked residents desperately search the debris. including 19th century old tower that crumbled in the quake trapping auto people inside. officials urging people to stay out of buildings after 15 after shocks, 4.5 magnitude or higher have hit the area. 8 bodies have been recovered in mount everest after the
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quake triggered avalanches there. dozens more are feared missing. and a dramatic seven hour standoff ebz with a gunman dead and police canine injured. can you he see the gunman firing at police while hold up inside a bus at a wal-mart parking lot in oregon. the store was put onlikedown after negotiations failed an armored swat car rammed the bus and ripped it apart. the gunman fell out of the bus. he had several warrants out for his arrest. and brand new surveillance video showing the terrifying moment a train slams into a car in seattle. you can see the white car turn left, directly in front of the train and crash just seconds later. the impact carrying the car several feet down the tracks before coming to a stop miraculously though the 50-year-old driver only suffered very minor injuries and no one on board the train was hurt. are you just too good looking to get a job? >> i remember thinking wow
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you were good looking. maybe you can do for a career. >> do what? >> be professionally good looking. >> a brand new study from the university of maryland suggest handsome man are less likely to be hired because they intimidate their bosses. a candidate is more likely to get the gig if they work as part of the team and get the job if the interviewer cease them as competition. men, stop doing your best zoo lander face, stop practicing in the mirror because your potential bosses may not like it. >> say that again. >> excellent. boy that's excellent. want to get hired? have another ho ho. >> rick reichmuth standing by in the weather center. >> what are you accusing me of. across the south rough weather this morning including a tornado watch across parts of the south. get those graphics to go back there so i can show you. there we go. right here this is the
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tornado watch box across alabama and florida. one tornado warning that we have been watching just to the south of this line of storms here. this morning big storms going from atlanta stretching down across interstate 85. tornado warned in the northern part of panhandle of florida. going to watch that redevelop today. severe weather across parts of the ohio river valley and tennessee river valley and down across the southeast. biggest tornado threat is going to be from areas louisville and maybe chatville. that threat he is going to move in across parts of texas and oklahoma again. send it over to you. >> talking beauty now. thanks rick. we all want to look our most natural and beautifulselves right? how do we abelieve both while keeping our skin safe? joining us with tips on the products and services to and services and things we ought to go away from and going to cost us too much. we have sophie and. >> yuliano.
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>> sorry about that. >> gorgeous for good is the name of the book and you are a lifestyle expert we're going to first start off by talking about ahss, what are those? >> alpha high droxy acids. these are completely natural. they are very important for our skin as we get older. what they do is that they unglue dead skin cells from the surface of our skin. so unless we want our skin to look dull and tired we need to use these every day. >> what is the cost on that. >> under 14 bucks. they come from fruits. very natural. >> next up is retinal some say it's too harsh on their skin. >> retinal for any woman over the age of 35 you need to use your retinal the
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reason why as we get older our skin thins. retinal will thicken it up and reduce the wrinkles. them one is a great brand right here. this is by my shell. this is a buy owe retinol. it doesn't have the effects of peeling and redness that a more prescription-strength or traditional ingredient might have. >> these are great products for us because a lot of folks are telling want to take my beauty regiment but not something as permanent as botox or chemical pill. peal. >> that's how i feel natural, nontoxic but it's got to work. >> pep tieds. >> oh, i love peptids this firm the skin.
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this is a lovely brand from andalou. natural beautiful ingredients. i look at the ingreed yentsd along with the peptid. nourish my skin. nontoxic but full of strong peptid. >> what does vitamin c do for us. >> vitamin c is the most important antiaging ingredient. we need to use it every single morning. it builds coal coal again and prevents sun damage. been sitting in cream or lotion it will be completely useless. >> you are saying we can make it ourselves. >> we should make it ourselves. it's going to be very strong and potent. get yourself a type of water soluble vitamin c powder. this is what it looks like here. then all you need do is just pump your regular moisturizer, mix it together. >> may i try some of that? >> absolutely. let me give you some that
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there. make your own serum for pennies instead of dollars. >> saving cash. >> recipes are in my book. >> very nice. what about things that we need to stay away from formaldehyde. >> it's a scary one, it's a known carcinogen. this is something i really want people at home to stay away from. where you will find it typically is in hair straightening treatments. we hear about kerrotin treatments. they are fine formaldehyde free. if it's going to straighten your hair. >> i used one of those years ago and it tried my hairs out. >> next up is pair paraban in hundreds of products. luckily nowadays for natural skin care great alternatives. choose bruit. and they very clearly staid state that think are pair
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ben free. parabens disrupt our hormonal system. >> you don't want to do that for sure. >> sophie, thank so much. once again the book is called "gorgeous for good." so you can be natural and beauty all at the same time. thank you. >> thank you. >> 41 minutes after the hour on saturday morning. did bill and hillary clinton build a fortune on exchanging favors for cash. a fox news special is following the money where it all came from next. plus a trip to this store could be a marriage disaster. >> have you ever been through an ikea? do you know what we are walking into? >> you know what? i like myself. i have good taste in drapes. >> i wish i had died and never met. >> you boy is ikea really a relationship curse? ann summers is here going to be live weighing in on that and more ♪
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is this about favors of government in exchange for money and what's the proof? >> well, that hasn't been proven. what we do know is just gross money grubbing. and in no universe is it okay for secretary of state to have her spouse out there getting enriched by foreign interests. and you look at this example it's so striking because bill clinton is in on this deal from the beginning at helping make it happen. and peter the clintons say and their defender as well the foundation did lots of good works. if you have a nasty person who gives money that goes to a lot of purification project, what's wrong with that but there is a reason these donors weren't going to the red cross because they weren't going to get the political influence from the red cross. the head of the red cross wasn't the spouse of the secretary of state and possibly future president of the united states i have been in government and politics and helped republicans and democrats. i have had a good feeling
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and idealistic and want to believe the best. if i want to believe the best about hillary clinton and bill clinton whether it's a conflict of interest or not, why is this important to people who want to believe the best? apart from people who are already discounted hillary clinton as a candidate. why is this important to americans across the board of? >> i think we can all agree that there is certain ethical standards basic standards that should be met in our government. and one of them is you should avoid even an appearance of a conflict of interest. so again you look at the uranium deal, maybe hillary didn't do anything differently than she would have done otherwise. but we don't know. >> well's look at the facts in a bear way. about the uranium dealings in 2006, frank don't united states 31 million to the clinton foundation. then in 2007 the rumor one acquires u.s. iranian concerns. then in years 2008 to 2010. 8 million donated to the clinton foundation by people
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affiliated with uranium one. in the last 30 seconds, what should congress be doing to find out what happened. >> time something curious. you can't prove she affirmatively went out and did anything to approve this deal. maybe what you are buying is the assurance that she is not going to oppose the deal, which is again why the standard of government is avoiding even the appearance so you don't get this question. and congress should go after this hammer and tongues. it should go after her server hammer and tongs. it's almost certain she considered them all private and she tried to delete them. >> rich lowry great to see you. >> thank you. >> he set off bombs at the finish line at the boston marathon killing innocent americans, murdering them. now you the taxpayer are in fact paying for the boston bomber's family to stay in the u.s.? how much to the tunes of
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hey friends, good morning just call it the ikea curse. >> chris i need to ask you something. you have ever been to an ikea? do you know what we're walking into? i like myself. i. >> i wish i had never met
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you i'm going back to cute bums. >> i swear to god i will stab. >> you all those decisions can be very stressful. a friendship to the furniture store could spell doom for couples. >> but is it really true? actress and author suzanne somers is on the curvey couch to weigh he in. hey, suzanne it's great to see you. >> good morning how are you. >> let's talk about what a lot of people are talking about. bruce jenner special last night on abc. what are your thoughts about that and you know bruce jenner a little bit quickly tell us i think the worst thick to have to do in life is to not be who you really are. thisson accomplished. great savvy great understanding, finally reaching a point where he couldn't hold it in any longer. i feel -- i admired him last
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night. i understood the sin drm better after watching him. i thought diane sawyer was awesome because she was us and she asked respectful but from a curiosity place that in a way that i thought she really did a great job. >> thank you. interesting. so the ikea curse. why should my wife and i never -- not that i have ever been to an ikea but why should we never go? >> see, i was looking at that and i thought one of the great things about getting older is don't care anymore. you that couch get that couch. when you are younger you fight about everything. no it has to be green because the rest is all green. i used to have to -- everything had to be perfect and i go, yeah, they don't all match so what. >> half of the problem with ikea and i know this is is a new yorker because a lot of the furniture i had from north carolina would not physically fit through the door of-apartment. i ended up having to buy ikea furniture you buy it in a box and put it together in your apartment. when you get home you are
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fighting over how to get the whole thing together. how stressful can that be. >> sometimes they turn the rubber mallett on itself. >> well, i am over the ikea blues. [ laughter ] >> that's the spirit. we all have that to look forward to. >> how about your book tox-sick. you and your husband were both diagnosed with illnesses that you say you never even had because why? >> i'm so proud of this book because i think that we all are experiencing an environmental assault. how can we think that this bombardment of chemicals can possibly be good for the human body. in fact, it is not. so when our house burned down we moved into a beautiful house in malibu. beautiful. modern. i said why don't we buy this instead of going through the aggravation. in the four years we lived there we started getting sick. took me four years to piece together. underneath the house unfinished room black mold
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calling crawling up in the drywall. my husband eats fruit and nuts he is so healthy. he started having chronic sinus and sneezing and red eyes. red eyes are indicator of poor health and then he started having facial spasms and grimacing. >> oh, gosh. >> that he couldn't control. it's vulnerable thing. >> he is a great guy. >> diagnosed by one doctor oh this is parkison's. i said it is not. it is not. >> it turns out the black mold got into the base of his brain right here at the -- where the central nervous system runs by the cerebellum. eating away and causing the. my black hold got into my intestines which dislodged a doorment fungus that a lot people in the southwest have it's life threatening. i was put in the hospital for anna if a atlantic shock for six days and told it was cancer it wasn't cancer. >> and also for all those is that have is add or adhc or
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[broken audio] maybe some cracks. and what do you hear on the death toll at this point and what is expected in terms of the devastation? >> well, the death toll has
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risen quite quickly an hour ago was 70. and now it's topped 600 maybe 700. we will see that continue to rise. most of these figures is coming from the city. the city is very densely populated. a lot of it is poorly constructed. very well known it's vulnerable to earthquakes. not a surprise people should be killed here. >> we we are having a tough time with your signal. we will check back in with you if we can make our connection a bit better. a 7.8 magnitude quake has hit nepal killing nearly 700. our rick reichmuth has been falling the story overnight and into the morning. rick that number is expected to rise. >> yeah, in fact, they are able too do estimates based off of the population in the area. the intensity of the earthquake. and at this point it looks like there is a 17% chance is what they are giving it of over 100,000 fatalities. there is 49% chance of over 10,000 fatalities. at least.
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>> so you are saying there is precedent for this. this is the strongest earthquake that has been in that area in over 80 years. they have had large earthquakes in this area. it's a very populated area. the kathmadu valley has 1,500,000 people right in that area experiencing the strongest part of this quake. and most people living in buildings that are not wilt to the same kind of standards as we deal with here. so those structures are much weaker potentially cause loss of life that tower was built in the 1800s. i don't know if we have a before picture of that tower. hard to make out what that was. when we get you a before picture of it you will get a good sense of that they have got about an hour left of daylight here as where in the beginning stages as they are in the beginning stages of search and rescue about an hour left of daylight. and so it's going to be a really rough and scary night for them. and they are dealing with constant after shocks. there have been 15 after
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shocks of at least 4.5. you are dealing with that. all of the rubble has already fallen. now things hanging in precarious positions. you have after shocks happening after it. makes it a dangerous time even as they are continuing the search and rescue. >> what would technology be like there as far as communication goes? i mean, you imagine that a lot of that would have been knocked out which would hamper rescue efforts. >> hard to imagine that there is much left in the way of telecommunications in that area. i don't know exactly what it would be but it would be hard to imagine that there is good communications going on. >> we had trouble just even talking to our reporter on the ground there. >> thanks for yours expertise on this. appreciate it. >> could criminal charges be looming for the clintons following this story now some veteran lawyers say the clinton foundation's questionable handling of donations could lead to big legal issues. >> this story is big and getting bigger. we turn now to leland vittert. is he live in washington with the latest. god morning leland. >> good morning tucker and everyone. still very speculative in terms of if there could be a criminal investigation.
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certainly long before any kind of criminal charges. the main question here still revolves around the difference between the mere appearance of favorable treatment for large donors to the clinton foundation and some type of pay to play. the new book you are looking at. the clinton cache by peerlt sweitzer. pell under the purview of then secretary clinton including at deal where the state department blessed the sale of a uranium mine to a russian-backed firm. >> there has been no evidence presented that suggests that somehow donations to the clinton foundation had any impact on any policy decisions that were made by secretary clinton or anybody else in the state department. >> the clinton team defense is saying there is not a shred of evidence, well that's because all the evidence was shredded. and also, it sounds rather weird, instead of saying this is not true, this didn't happen, they are saying show us the evidence. and, you know, it's really hard to find some experts
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say there is a possibility that the justice department or maybe even congress could begin looking into these accusations trying to see if there is any fire associated with what appears to be a lot of smoke and certainly a whole lot of money. back to you guys. >> thanks a lot leland. a big story and it will continue to unfold we suspect. republican contenders for the nomination head to iowa this weekend. the biggest news making it out of there chris christie. she left her job on wall street making of a a million dollars there. no longer. she has left focusing all of her attention on her husband's 2016 bid for the white house. >> this is a statement for press secretary governor chris christie says mrs. christie has decided to take a hiatus to spend time with family and young children. she recently resigned her
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position in management. >> and earlier in the show, tucker had hosted a great kind of discussion and debate between susan crabtree and christie setzer on the race. take a listen to what they had to say. >> it's not a great thing for chris christie to be starting off at the bottom here. the fact is that a lot of people across this country do know him and they have a negative impression of him. starting out as danged goods rather than a positive footing where may be unknown but he has the potential for a lot of growth. he has the opposite problem he is starting out in a negative place. >> i really think that chris christie can emerge right now, he has to work twice as hard as he had in the past. he would have before the bridge gate scandal. i really thought back in 2013 early 2014, he was the only can candidate who could beat hillary clinton because he had such a remarkable permanent. >> i wonder what he would be like with a one-on-one debate with former secretary
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of state hillary clinton. is he very likeable by a lot of people because he is so candid. and that's something that she struggled with. >> think about what america might look like on election day 2016 if these, for example, antipolice brutality protests were to turn into riots this summer, imagine that it's happened before it could happen again. america might be in mood for a law and order candidate like chris christie. that's who he is he is the one guy i think in the field who could credibly say you want to restore order to the streets? elect me. i don't think that's a bad way to run for president. >> it's not a bad way but we have is going to be riots. >> of course we don't america could look different in a year. >> he is not afraid to express his mind. a lot of americans may be looking for someone who has executive experience. exactly. >> as a governor of the state and used to dealing with policing and law enforcement and a lot of
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issues that effect americans. >> i guess the argument from outside washington, too. >> i wouldn't write him off. everyone i know is writing christie off. i think it's maybe a too early you. >> none of these guys can be written off. >> he we need to switch gears and talk about headlines now. breaking overnight a brand new arrest with the case of six minnesota men plotting to adjoin isis. 19-year-old charged with threatening to kill people connected to the case. that includes the u.s. attorney general. the fbi saying abu carr said he tweeted out threats like this. two choices either going to free my brothers or they are going to have a massacre happen. said is also accused of posting a photograph of the fed's informant calling him a snitch. it happened today in baltimore planning to shut down the city with a massive march. upset about the death of freddie gray. the 25-year-old suffered unexplained spinal injury after being handcuffed and
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loaded in the police van. the commissioner said he did not get timely medical care and not buckled into safety belt. six officers suspended. no word on what if any charges will be filed former limp bruce jenner shocking announcement during interview with diane sawyer. >> are you a woman? >> um, yes for all intents and purposes i am a woman my whole life has prepared me for this moment. so i want to take advantage of it and i want to do the right thing. and be true to myself. >> jenner, who has undergone several cosmetic surgeries over the years began hormone therapy for a time in the 1980s. chloe joined us earlier. she says jenner's three exwives and 10 children and stepchildren all have his back. >> the entire family has completely rallied around him. chloe kardashian is the one that the most difficult time
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with this. and that kim and kanye west have actually been some of his strongest supporters. >> the 65-year-old now plans to live life as a woman giving last interview as bruce. >> those are your headlines. >> pretty sad. >> here is what is coming up on the program. horror on the highway. after a driveway is hit by a bullet. >> somebody just hit mee and i'm bleeding from my neck and i'm scared. >> she may not be the only victim. is there a serial shooter on the loose? the scary details next. >> the million-dollar mansion about to crumble. desperate attempt to save it from falling into this lake. ♪ we're living on the edge ♪ meet the world's newest energy superpower. surprised? in fact, america is now the world's number one
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in the neck. >> i'm somebody just hit me and i'm bleeding from my neck and i'm scared. >> the 20-year-old frantically calling for help and now police are trying to figure out if someone is targeting innocent drivers. two other cars in the area north of denver just had windows shattered by what may have also been gunshots. do we have a serial killer on the loose? joining us now is former homicide detective rod wheeler. good morning rod. >> good morning peter. >> i'm always so happy and so comforted when you are on this show. >> thank you. >> is there a serial shooter at risk, perhaps? >> correct. a lot of people in that community out there in colorado is trying to answer. now, what i think we have a at this moment is maybe a spree shooter.
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what's the difference between a spree shooter and a serial killer? what we have here is someone that is randomly shooting at vehicles that's moving along the roadway. now, this shooting, period is a little wit different from the dc sniper case as you remember i was heavily involved with as far as tracking. it's a little bit different. the dc snipers actually targeted their victims. with this case peter right now from, reading published reports it appears as though the victims are all random and moving as a matter of fact, it will be interesting to see what the investigators find out looking at larimer counties. we have four different attacks what should people think as they are driving along the road? is there anyone to protect yourself from an attack like this. >> not really. the reason i say that is because we have not seen a specific pattern that's been established by whoever this shooter is. one thing we do know though is that the shootings have all occurred within a 20-mile radius it seems like if you kind of stay out of
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that area you will probably be okay. luckily no one has been killed at this point. but at the same time, it's been very close because just like you reported, there was one woman that was shot accidently in the neck. >> yeah. >> the thing is she was looking forward when she was shot. it's a very dangerous situation and the police are working frantically to try to figure out who this person is. >> in our last 15 seconds how will this case be busted open on human intelligence or somethingnk it's going to be a combination of human intelligence hard police work, and a lot of forensics, ballistics reports. that's going to help out a lot in solving this case, peter. >> i witch rod wheeler were on this case. great to see you today. >> thank you appreciate it. >> good to see you. up next on the rundown. fire in the pit. a race car goes up in flames and it's all caught on camera. look at that. then she just won the biggest battle of her life. this little girl beat a bad cancer, but now she faces a hard new fight.
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look how steady he holds the camera. hiker shoots this. it's the exact moment that volume know calbuco erupted
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earlier this week. many areas are covered in more than 2 feet of ash. no word on what happened to the hiker who shot that. and a huge fire breaks out on pit road at a nascar event in the state of virginia. three crew members went to the hospital to be treated for burns. one cress crew chief says sparks lug net on the road. >> 12-year-old michigan girl beat cancer only to be kicked out of school for not recovering fast enough. the dismissal letter reads. this. while we have made significant adjustments to our standards in an attempt to help rose. we are dismissing rose from saint joseph's middle school in light of her inability to meet our academic and attendance records. the family has since filed a civil rights complaint but is the school being too harsh or following the rules. thank you for being with us. >> >> thank you.
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>> rose, so happy to hear that you're doing well. i understand you were diagnosed in 2012 with this cancer of the blood cells and that you began recovering in 2014. what was life like for you when you were trying to go to school and study while also dealing with your treatment? >> it was really hard because you're kind of like in two different worlds. you have to -- you are stick all the time but then you are trying to live a normal life and go to school so it's kind of hard. >> what was it like for you to watch your daughter throw through all of this and suffer the backlash from the school saying you need to be in class. >> it's very hard for any parent, of course, to watch their child suffer with cancer or any chronic illness. we did our best to help her through it the best we could from the health standpoint and also academics as well. >> rose, what was it like for you with treatment?
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i mean, were you feeling nauseous? saw the video there your hair was falling out. what was that like for you? >> it's hard. i get a lot of nausea which happens in the mornings, so i'm not able to go the school all the time. >> and the trouble really started though you say when you wanted to join the basketball team and they said look, if you want to play in the afternoons, you have to come to class in the morning and where did the trouble begin for that? they said if i wanted to play basketball i have to come the school the entire day. not the same. because the nash shah really makes me not feel well. i don't always feel good in the morning but in the afternoon i do. >> the thing to keep in mind is we have had medical documentation this whole time even saying that recovery can take several months after treatment has
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finished. and we have had issues starting there but continuing ever since the dismissal was just the final thing. but we ask that they follow the rules and rose will follow the rules too. if thee choose to make the occasional exception for her in a positive light then that would be fine. our problem has been that they haven't followed their basic rules that are listed in the handbook in a negative way toward rose. rose would go to the doctor and bring in a medical excuse note. that's in the handbook. they would let other students with my grains and migraines. >> that seems to be the problem, there was not an equal paying field for other students. certainly accommodation met for someone going through cancer poor little girl when they're making exceptions for headaches. i want to read a statement from the school now. they say after much consideration. after the story has made national news we have decided to invite seventh
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grader rose mcgraph to return to our school as soon as possible. so will rose, will you be returning? >> i don't know yet. i want to think about it because a lot of the things i don't really think i was being treated fairly there. >> we filed a couple months ago before this dismissal. the complaint office of civil rights based on what we felt was discrimination and also retaliation since i started advocating for rose. there has been numerous instances, over 20 that are listed in the complaint of this discrimination and retaliation. >> and i actually talked to father on the phone yesterday he called us right before he released that press release and he said they need a cooling off period and they would like to meet with us and, you know mid next week. meanwhile she is missing more school are you going to do 504 accommodation and other things for her and he wouldn't comment. had no idea. >> exactly. >> i would say if they are
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willing to work with us and have had a change of heart more than just trying to get past this media problem of theirs. >> right. barbara. >> 504 accommodations i apologize, barbara we're coming up against a hard break and we have got to go. i apologize. we really hope that things work out. let us know how things go with the civil rights complaint. rose, good luck with your education and also your basketball. we hope you win a lot of games. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> 28 minutes after this hour on this saturday morning set off bombs on the finish line boston marathon killing innocent americans. now you are paying for the boston bomber's family to stay in the united states. you won't believe the price tag. plus grab your basket. we're going on a picnic shift. ryan scott has the recipes for your next outing. you don't want to miss it ♪ saturdays in the park ♪ i think it was the fourth of july flonase controls six.
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hi friends, good morning, a fox news alert. we have been following it all morning long. the death toll is rising. 758 people across four countries now dead following a powerful 77.8 earthquake in nepal. countless billings are leveled in the capital of kathmadu. [siren] >> that death toll is expected to rise possibly dramatically as panicked residents desperately search through the debris for
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survivors. officials urging people to stay out of buildings. there have been 18 after shocks to far. some measured as high as 4.5 magnitude. >> and 8 bodies have been recovered at mount everest base camp after the quack triggered avalanches there. dozens more are feared missing and that's an area where there are earthquakes virtually every year. some would tens of thousands of people killed in the past. one famously in 1934. >> yeah, rick telling us this is is the worst one in the last 80 years though. there is less than an hour left of daylight. so that is hampering efforts for rescue crews. >> unbelievable. we want to take to you boston now. new details from the trial of dzhokhar tsarnaev. his family, it turns out was flown some of them from abroad amsterdam to the united states and put up in a hotel in revere massachusetts over a period of weeks. they are also provided extensive security. the downside? you paid for it.
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>> yep and we are breaking down the numbers for you. at least $2,500 per person to fly them over. that flight as tucker mentioned was just from amsterdam not to mention the flights to get them to amsterdam. $200 for hotel room per person. around the clock security costing $100,000. the lawyer fee peter still unclear. >> and will skyrocket. let's remember what the boston bomber's mom said in a text after the guilty verdict. she said, quote: america is the real terrorist and everyone knows that. my boys are the best. i mean, we haven't heard that since ma barker talked about her criminal family. and so now we get word that you are paying for the family trip to the boston area to defend this murderer. >> which shouldn't surprise you because have you been paying for it since day one. mrs. tsarnaev was brought here along with the boys, the ones she claimed were wronged at your expense. they claimed asylum and then
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immediately went on welfare like some others. they have been living at taxpayer expense on the doll all these years and now their extended family are doing the same. >> the court is arguing that the reason they are doing this and spending all this money is they want to make sure that the appeals process does not happen over and over and over and over again. they want to get it right the first time. it's unfortunate though that this is what is the result, peter. >> absolutely. >> all right. we'll get to other stories making headlines this saturday morning now. starting with another fox news alert. rocket fire near kabul as the taliban officially launches its spring offensive. the terror group also targeting afghan government buildings. no one was hurt in the attacks. it could come crashing down any day now. -million-dollar lakeside mansion in texas is about to collapse. the foundation of the home south of dallas is slowly eroding caused by i years of heavy rain. every day the pricey mansion crumbles piece by piece. officials say the damage is
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too severe and the home can't be saved. >> it's a video that will have you smiling all weekend long. a four month old boy captures our heart as he falls asleep mid jump. first time he nodded off in bouncer. he just got big enough. >> nice trick you don't have to put them in the car in a car seat and take them around the neighborhood. >> should try that at home. get a large one. rick reichmuth is standing by with the on what's happening outside the studio. >> exactly. i want to wish happy birthday to july i can't. happy 14th birthday great parents from tupelo, louisiana brought you here. very good, enjoy. take a look at the weather maps. want to show you what's going on. severe weather going on not right now in new orleans but a little bit to the east of that.
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tornado watch across parts of the panhandle in florida and southeastern areas of louisiana, excuse me of alabama. that is in effect until noon today. we will likely see more severe weather firing as the hassan goes on. it's kind of a rough little pattern across the southeast next days dealing with that northeast and parts of the great lakes another chilly day still feeling like late winter. not feeling like mid spring by any means and down to the south. this is where we have that severe weather still continue watching. warm across texas. 911 and humid today across places like san antonio. across the northern plains. see some of those rain showers and out acontrols the west we have got some snow going across the higher elevations. know snow, that's not what you are thinking of. we want to start thinking spring. spring is in full bloom in many places. what better way to celebrate that than with a picnic. >> ryan scott. thank you for being with us. we are cooking with friends all morning long. my cousin is waiting in the green room. we are going to be making a dutch cheese that my mother
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made. >> what i brought is the san agree a a fun little one take to the park. berries and white ryan in there. i did a great hickama and corn slider. and then start with tuna sliders. this is my star kissed gourmet. i want you to mix up little bit of olive oil and salt and pepper in there. take some slider buttons okay? is it do it right chipotle mayonnaise. >> this is a little bit of chipotle peppers and a little bit of mayonnaise. >> out of the can right? >> you can open it out of the can or exactly put it in qui san quisinart. >> here is the kicker. i like it spicy do you like it spicy? >> i like it spicy.
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>> my favorite the green chilis. i have green chilis right here that go right on top. this is fun to make with the family, the friends do this ahead of time, take it to the park, enjoy the picnic because you know it's great weather going on. >> you can wrap up each one of these and then all like ready to go for a picnic. >> pepper jack cheese. jalapeño over the top. little bit of mixed greengs fancy lettuce on a slider and you have a simple and delicious little bite just like that. >> you want this and i will make one too. >> this made anna very happy. >> the corn salad i you took corn and you can do the corn raw. and i pick hickem in there it's a mexican potato. dies it -- dice it up. lime juice. cilantro. it should pop and nice. little bit of acid to it. >> that's awesome. >> makes it fresh. fresh can go with the san
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sangriaa too. >> go to chef ryan scott. >> we're going to put these recipes on the web page. thank you very much. picnic one day. >> cheese tart is coming up next. actually, got to wait an hour for that. >> are you going to make it. >> yeah. >> andy griffith used to say hmmm hmmm aunt bethat's delicious. >> republican party answer to winning back the hispanic vote. fair and balanced debate on that question next. >> plus, hybrids are so yesterday, americans ditching them for suvs. we have the best family, friendly ones out on the plaza. we will look at those cars. >> but first and don't go away. here is what comes up next on america's news headquarters. >> hello everybody i'm uma pemmaraju. clinton foundation and bill's lucrative speaking
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madison square garden tucker? >> thanks. presidential hopeful senator marco rubio of florida planning the hispanic vote even in presidential campaign announcement. watch it? >> both of my parents were born to poor families in cuba. used to tell us all the time. [speaking spanish] [cheers and applause] >> that means in this country you will achieve all the things we never could. >> republicans are very concerned about winning the hispanic vote this season. is marco rubio the answer to that problem? joining us now to debate it the white house -- under george w. bush and jennice fuentas. >> is marco rubio the answer? what about rubio other than his fluency in spanish and
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his sur name appeal to hispanic voters. >> he is one of the answers. governor jeb bush is also one of these candidates who can win the hispanic vote. specifically on rubio is the fact that he has a very compelling immigrant story. he knows how to communicate it effectively. with that being said, when you look at the latino voters, they are generally more socially conservative. there are individuals that are religious and actually the electorate there is also quite young. so the median age is about 27. so here you have a candidate who is incredibly charismatic who can talk the initials a way where he can help connect with the hispanic community on achieving the american dream. the big thing for latino families. as swell young. so at this point i think that he really can get to that number which that number is, tucker, 40%. the g.o.p. needs to get 30% of the hispanic vote. >> so jennice the hispanic term is a term we throw around. i'm not sure what it means. some different groups for so
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many different places and languages. >> exactly. >> what are so-called hispanic voters looking for other than immigration? that can't be the only issue that they voted on. >> of course we are concerned about all the social issues that mercy just referred to. she also referred to senator rubio speaks to the immigration story and the immigrant story. and i have to suggest that he really doesn't because we must differentiate the difference -- i'm sorry to repeat that but the difference between the cuban immigration story and mexican american immigration story. it's a very different story. i think we all know cubans come here for the political refugees and mexican americans, which are the bulk of the numbers of immigrants we have here are more for economic reasons and have a really hard time adjusting. if you look at the numbers i mean, it is -- yes, is he supported by the cuban american community and about 46% of them live in one county florida's miami-dade. >> right. >> so if you look at the numbers, there is 1/3 of
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latinos and immigrants and people in this country hispanic dissent that do not know who he is. my answer is if the g.o.p. is going it rely on him to bring in the hispanic vote i think the answer is no. >> here is one of the latest polls we have got. who would you vote for hillary clinton 46% of people say they would. among hispanic voters that number rises to 61%. marco rubio got 42% overall but only 36 among hispanics. i think republicans are hoping to win 40 in this election meaningful. >> tucker, we are early in the process. we don't know who our g.o.p. nominee is going to be, if marco rubio is the nominee. level tell i something. don't estimate him. in florida he won 55% of the hispanic vote which as we know florida has changed there are the cubans but as we know there are the puerto ricoians and the columbians and there is a very diverse group there the question will be can he make that into a large scale? can he win that mexican vote? i would like to say that his story does, is very much
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relatable to the mexicans in the sense that his family over to the united states with nothing. bartender, you know, his mother was a headlines. his story can basically relate. the fact that latino voters yes they vote on the issues incredibly important but also about the character of the candidate. >> i'm sorry to give you short trip. totally out of time. anyone who vote american anymore? we are out of this. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> 2016, making fourth trip to iowa. will scott walker announce a run for the white house any time soon? he himself the governor of wisconsin will join us live top of the hour. plus, rick is going for a ride. we have the best family-friendly suvs. newly popular suvs on the plaza coming up. ♪ life is a highway ♪ i want to ride it all night long ♪ you're going my way ♪ i want to drive it all night long. [
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we got cars, lots of great new cars. in just the first three months of this year 22% of car owners have switched from electric or hybrid cars to full-sized suvs. what's going on? why? low gas prices. the average gallon of gas is about $2.52. so if you're one of those people looking to make the switch who knows best? phillip reid. he's the consumer advice editor at edmunds. hey, phil. good morning. we have three cars with tucker and anna. what's this beautiful blue car? why is this a great car?
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>> well this is wonderful. this is a honda crv. this is redesignd this year. it gets 34 miles per gallon on the highway. this is phenomenal if r a car this size. this is about $33,000. depending on how you option it. if this has all-wheel drive, it could be more. >> should you have all-wheel drive if you're in a warm place or if you're going offroading i guess? >> well mainly in the ice and snow and rain it's a huge safety feature. >> you like this car. you picked eded it out first. >> very much. when you turn on your turn signal. it shows you what's in your blind spot. >> let's go to brother trucker with our next blind spot. >> how fast is this car. >> this is a v6 engine with 260 horsepower. it sets it apart. you could peel out. you could do anything you want. >> thivehicle. what set this is apart. >> this was redesigned this year too. one of the cool features is
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cross traffic warning. so they have radar sensors that tells you when cars are coming that you can't see. like if you're in a crowded parking lot or something like that. it will save you a lot of money. how much is this by the way? >> this one could be as much as $40,000. >> that's a good looking vehicle. and anna has the red car. >> i have the red one. the mazda cx5. tell us about this. >> this is more of a crossover, because you notice the really sleek styling of it. but what a lot of families may pay attention to is this got very good crash test ratings. >> okay so this fits five passengers. >> that's right. i'm realizing it's a pretty classy interior. keyless. >> it gets 32 miles per gallon on the highway. >> what does this start me at price wise? >> this would be about 30,000. >> is that limited? >> well if you get the all-wheel drive, it's always about $3,000 more. >> good deal. got the nice sunroof.
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>> so what's your top pick of the three? is. >> well i've always been a honda guy. but lately i've really liked the nissans. i'm kind of split. zblft once again, gas price is down to $2.52. >> right. and it looks like they're going to stay low for the summer. >> so suvs are making a comeback. >> absolutely. >> safe and good looking. thank you, phillip. i love it. >> when we come back the top of the next hour. stay tuned governor. scott walker of wisconsin joins us on the a block. it will be a great interview. and dana perino. absolutely.
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it's great to be with you on fox and friends weekends. i'm anna with a fox news letter. alert. breaking at this hour. hundreds dead and buildings demolished after a powerful earthquake hits nepal. we're live with breaking denails as the search for survivors begins. >> and then are criminal charges on the way for bill and hillary clinton? they took millions from foreign governments, hoping to influence united states policy. could a big legal trouble be ahead, and will this affect lilry's run p rlil ry hillary's run for the white house? governor scott walker joins us to react. plus a mysterious note left on a police cruiser. inside a heartwarming thank you for keeping us safe. we found the mystery writer. she and the officer join us live here on fox and friends where mornings are always better.
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>> hey, good morning, everybody. great to be with you here. and peter johnson jr. is joining us today. nice to have you with us. >> thank you. >> we've been following it all morning long. death tolls rising after a massive earthquake in nepal. 758 people across four countries now dead. the 7.8 magnitude quake leveling buildings in the capital of kathmandu. >> the death toll expected to rise and panic residents desperately search the debris. >> familiar with the region and earthquakes in general, our own rick. what do you think is likely to happen? >> sunset was about 12 mutes ago. now you're going into the dark hours. now it's certainly chaos as
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people are trying to search through the rubble. you have a general getting up in the normal setting. now it's collapsed but you have the after shocks continuing to move the rubble around. now it makes it very very dangerous. and now it's going to be dark and they have to go through the nighttime hours. so it's a very scary time. that what you're looking at is the tower. we have a picture that we can show you of this tower beforehand. to give you a sense soft what that is. that's what the tower looked like before. now you can see what it looks like after that. that came down. that's just one of the images there. think of all the buildings in the area. not built up to the same codes that we have here in our country. so much of it with maybe not as good of construction. had earthquakes in the area. very prone to earthquakes. but large ones like this are not that common. they've had a couple until the past hundred years. this is the strongest in 81
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years now. and we're probably looking at many mayfatalities. you can take the scientists in the area the population in the area compare it to the strength of this earthquake. we have one graphic that gives you an estimate of what they put out. you see all the numbers in the red. the the red is the percentage chance over a thousand fatalities. the highest number there, you see 17%. 17% chance there's over 100,000 fatalities from this. and 49% chance we're dealing with over 10,000 fatalities in this. so that's very rough developing news. >> that's grim news. and the loss of economic revenue in the future. tourism is one of the biggest industries there. and imagine what what they're going to be left with. >> tourism in nepal and all the people that climb mt. everest. this is beginning to be the active season to climb mt.
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everest. everybody knows about the base camp at mt. everest that people climb to before they climb toe the finals a assent. >> yeah that was 100 miles away about. on other stories making headlines on this saturday morning. a brand new arrest connected to the case of six minnesota men accused of planning to join isis. a 19-year-old threatening to kill people connect odd the case. that includes the u.s. attorney general. the fbi saying he tweeted out threats like this. the feds are getting two choices. either they're going to free my brothers or they are going to have a massacre happen. said is also accused of posting a photograph of the fed's confidential informant. calling him a snitch. also new overnight, another scare in the air. a southwest airlines flight diverted to denver as it made its way from las vegas to milwaukee. 175 passengers and six crew members were safely taken off
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the plane after it encountered a pressurization issue. one person had to be taken to the hospital after a fall. everyone else is expected to be okay. and heart stopping surveillance video showing the terrifying moment a train plants right into a car in seattle. you can see the white car turn left directly in front of the train. seconds later, they collide. the impact, sending the car several feet down the tracks before it finally comes to a stop. miraculously the 50-year-old driver just suffered minor injuries. and no one on the train was hurt. and a major announcement from former olympian bruce jenner as he candidly speaks with abc's diane sawyer. >> are you a woman? >> um yes, and for all intents and purposes i am a woman. my whole life has prepared me for this moment so i want to take advantage of it and i want to do the right thing and be true to myself. >> jenner has undergone several
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cosmetic surgeries over the years. he began hormone therapy for a time back in the 1980s. his family is standing p behind him. ex-wife kris jenner tweeted not only was i able to call him my husband for 25 years. i am now able to call him my hero. kim kardashian adding love is courage to live the truest best version of yourself. bruce is loved. i love you bruce. #prouddaughter. the 65-year-old now plans to live life as a woman. that was his last interview as bruce. he did not reveal who he will be known as. only her is what he was referring to himself as. so let's switch gears and get to this. could criminal charges be looming for the clintons? >> some say the clinton foundation's questionable handling of donations could lead to big legal issues. what could that mean for her presidential run? well joining us now to weigh in is the governor of wisconsin. and believed to be a presidential candidate.
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thank you for joining us this morning. >> great to be with you this morning. so we just saw the governor of virginia and his wife go to prison for influence peddling and taking a rolex watch and small potatoes amount of money. here you have the clintons who personally received 10s of millions of dollars from foreign government hoping to influence american policy. should there will be a criminal investigation into the the allegations? >> well i think it's part of a pattern we've seen. there's a different set of rules for the clintons than the rest of americans. americans need to look at this closely and say is this we want? in this case a whole different set of standards. america wants people to live by the laws the same set all of us have to live by. >> i guess the question being asked, governor is should there be a criminal investigation
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based on the allegations that have been made in this book. does this rise to the level of a grand jury asking more questions about the connection between contributions, payments to former president clinton, and state department policy changes. >> well i've seen the top line reports of this? if it goes where it appears to be headed that would be warranted. it's a legitimate concern to see what was the influence there and whether or not as many of us raised concerns about the e-mails, it was real questions about sensitive information conveyed about state department issues and national security issues. at least they were certainly sensitive. we saw a different set of rules with the the e-mails and how the clintons responded to that. and i think it's legitimate to have investigations. >> before we continue on with a
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different topic, just quickly. as you look down the track, how much of an impact is this going to have on hillary clinton as the evidence mounts up? it's not just right wing media covering it, "the new york times" the covering it. but it's a complicated story. and how much does this matter to the average viewer? are they starting to glaze over? >> well two parts, yeah. she certainly can't convey the phrase she used that it's a vast right win conspiracy when plenty of publications are raising brood concerns about this. i think it's part of a pattern. people like at what hillary clinton represents. he's not just a third term barack obama. she's going to portray a bill clinton. it's note that at all. it's a third term of barack obama's policies. most of us look at the difference and see hillary clinton represents top-down government knows best. washington will tell you what to do when to do it how to do it.
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that's not what americans want now. >> so governor walker you made a clear point, when you said it the other day, low income americans. you were pounced on by ted cruz a senator from texas. he said this to the washington examiner. i think it's a mistake for any politician to embrace amnesty and for those here and seek to restrict or punish legal immigrants. the right approach is to secure the border follow the rule of law and embrace or improve legal immigration. how do you respond to that? >> a lot of what we hear out of washington are people that misinterpret it tell you what's not accurate. i believe in someone that has become a citizen. they need to go back to the country origin and get in line like anybody else. we have to secure the border. uphold the law in the country. whether it's a small business,
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big business farmer rancher, anyone else. as we go forward, as we look at legal immigration. under this president today we already have limitations. we're not talking about putting restrictions on. we have them today with barack obama. when i talk about what should be the policy on legal immigration that should be driven by the economic impact, and number one of on the list of priorities if unemployment is high and labor participation is low, why open the door and flood the market with own workers at a time when our own people are looking for work. of course we can look at ways to open the door for immigration. we're a country of immigrants but also a country of laws. we should be looking out for the american worker in everything we do. >> amen. >> you kicked off a tour in iowa. you're at the face and freedom summit.
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your fourth trip this year. they have the first nominating contest in the the 2016 presidential campaign. you're saying that you're waiting until june to declare because you want to make sure the wisconsin budget is finalized. . what is that going to look like? is when you decide to throw your hat in the ring. it's the hallmark of each of the campaigns i run for governor in a state that favors iowa. a state that hadn't gone republican for president since 1984. if we chose to get in we would be talking about the things i'm talking about today, not through more government but by getting government out of the way. talking about how to reform government. by taking the power out of washington and putting it in the hands of taxpayers and talking about how to provide safety for the children and grsh by securing not just the mortgage.
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>> amen. governor scott walker of wisconsin joining us from iowa this morning. >> good luck and be safe, governor. >> 13 minutes after the hour. the owner supports traditional marriage. one conservative student says it's part of a dangerous trend of intolerant liberalism. you'll hear from him ahead. plus, her first publisher told her it would never sell. dana perino's book about her days as press secretary is number one on amazon. literally in the country. she's right here. >> good morning.
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well it's a brand new book by fox news channel's own and our friend dana perino. it's about her career her life
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her days as press secretary with george w. bush. it's about her view of the world. and it's a story her first publisher told her would never sell. that turned out to be wrong because the good news is as you see right there, it debuted and has been number one on amazon all week. i just checked. it's still there. joining us now, dana perino. >> i like to defy expectations. >> you certainly did. number one on amazon in the world. it's unbelievable. >> i'm so grateful. it's a story that reaches a lot of different people. obviously the typical vibes of the book. but young women are buying it romantic. people interested in politics. historians. i heard that he had just seen a big name presidential historian and he said i had to buy dana's book. it's a personal look.
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it's very open. but it also fills in a piece of the history that has not been written about yet. everybody has written about the politics the policies. but nobody wrote about how president bush became more than just my boss he was like a second father to me. he was somebody that i learned so much from and i had no connections with the bushes or the cheneys. and i want people to know across the country, thaw you don't have to grow up in a big fancy city or go to an elite school, or ivy league school to end up advising the president of the united states in the oval office. i grew up in wyoming and colorado. >> i read the book, not to brag. and i loved all that. but what really got me is the story of you meeting your husband peter. which is one of the most unbelievable stories. >> men who are reading this book love the love kelly's husband, who
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is amazing and i've never written anything longer than a press release. you're quite vulnerable. i thought, what are they going to think about it? and he loved it. he said his favorite part was the fact that i was going through a quarter life crisis. i thought everything was never going to happen for me. couldn't find anyone to date in washington, d.c. and i get on the airplane to go from denver to chicago, and in two hours i remember looking out the window and saying i know i asked you to help me to find someone. but he lives in england. he's 18 years older than me. he's been married twice before. did i mention he lives in eng lan? choosing to be loved was not a career limiting decision for me. >> no! >> even though you moved to england for a year and took yourself off the the grid. the amazing thing was not only did you know the second you met him, this is the man i want to spend my life with he felt the same way about you. >> yeah we were going to live
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in san diego our whole lives. but i gave advice on how to keep in touch with five people a month. you never know what will happen. one was working at the justice department. mindy tucker of southern california now. you know mindy tucker. she calls me after 9/11. she says i need another spokesperson at the justice department. could you come back to washington? and i started packing and i never went back. peter is leaving blind his surfboard but he comes to washington and gives me everything i need possibly support wise. >> and we haven't gotten do the dog segments. >> you should have me back and bring the dogs. >> totally should. it's such a good book. everyone feels that way. it's number one on amazon. >> well mysterious note left on a police cruiser. inside a heartwarming thank you for risking their lives to keep us safe. the mystery writer and the officer join us next.
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thank you so much for being with us. >> oh no problem. >> and that asset you were referring to is mike johnson who was fatally shot back in march. >> terrible thing. >> it was horrible. >> but what compelled you to leave this note? we've seen so much bad publicity about the cops. but you're saying no no no. you risk your lives every day for me and i want to show you that i care. what made you do that? >> you know sometimes you just get a tug on your heart, and tchs just one of those moments where i just felt like this was something that i needed to do. i needed to let whoever, you know i didn't know man or woman. you know. just needed to let them know that they were appreciated. and that i was grateful. >> and officer, it's interesting that it was on a piece of a church bulletin that she had taken just before easter.
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but from far away you couldn't tell what that was. you thought someone was writing a you a nasty note saying you cut me off. you didn't use your blinker. >> yeah shame on me. i succumbed to the worst part of human nature. i thought, oh boy. i did something bad to someone. who do you think you are kind of note. i was pleasantly surprised. it was a really great gesture. and i looked around the parking lot to see if there was somebody standing outside watching or if there was a camera or something. no. i just tucked it in my vest and got in my car and left with a smile on my face. >> and you're still smiling. >> did you expect this to get so much attention? this thing is going viral. everybody is talking about it. >> yeah. definitely not. but yeah tfrs a big sur prize. it's been a crazy last couple of
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days. but you know i'm super grateful not for the attention, but to be able to have the opportunity to just encourage more people and give that push for people to use their voice to encourage others. >> yeah it's the little random acts of kindness. to open the door for somebody or say thank you. put a smile on everybody's faces. it's a gift that keeps on giving i guess. >> yeah. >> lauren, thank you so much. lieutenant thank you for your time as well. and we wish you and the whole department the best and also the family of that fallen officer. thank you for your time. >> thanks. >> god bless. bye. >> 27 minutes after the hour. this saturday morning, chick-fil-a banned from a college campus because the owner supports traditional marriage. one conservative student says it's part of a dangerous trend of intolerant liberalism. you'll hear from him ahead. plus are you just too good looking to get a job? >> i remembered thinking wow,
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♪ ♪ clap along if you feel like a room without a roof ♪ ♪ well, this next segment is going to make me happy. i hope it makes you happy as well. my cousin is in the house. making the christmas can cheese start. she's definitely the chef of the family. she just got engaged last weekend. coming on the to make a dutch christmas cheese tart. >> why does it not surprise me everything is made from scratch, it's all healthy, and everyone is in a good mood? >> that's not really the case. the calories don't count with cooking with friends. let's get right to this. we have stories making headlines. the family of convicted boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev is now in america on your tax dollars. his family members expected to
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testify monday in the death penalty phase of his trial. the cost of all this, huge. flights, bringing in at $2,500 per person. hotel rooms, 200 bucks a night. around the the clock security totalling more than $100,000. bullet holes left in windshields, one serious injury and now the chance there's a serial shooter targeting innocent drivers in colorado. 20-year-old corey ramero was shot in the neck. she's expected to be okay. three other vehicles had window blown out. rob wheeler explained why this case is especially challenging. >> we have not seen a specific pattern that's been established by whoever the shooter is. one thing we do know is the shootings have all occurred within a 20-mile radius. it seems like if you stay out of the area you'll be okay. >> drivers near denver a warned to be on high alert.
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and chick-fil-a plucked from john hopkins university. the student government association vote against bringing the restaurant to campus. one student saying this is the latest in a series of attempts by campus liberals to silence those with different opinions. >> the idea that students like me who would agree that marriage between moms and dads amounts to hate speech is incompatible with the university's commitment to free speech. >> well he says the university also blocks the pro-life club from campus. and are you simply too good looking to land a job? >> i remembered thinking wow, you're ridiculously good looking. maybe you could do that for a career. >> do what? >> be professionally good looking. >> be professionally good looking. well a brand new study from the university of maryland suggests handsome men are less likely to be hired because they intimidate their bosses.
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a candidate was more likely to get the gig if they weren't considered competition to the the interviewer. i guess they're expecting every boss is a man intimidated by the man. maybe the women bosses would like it. kevin on facebook writes oh i think that is why i do not get promotes. >> tom says skip that job. who wants a wuss for a boss? you go tom. and grace says it's true for women too. >> that's interesting. >> yeah. here's what is straight forward. rick is standing by to tell us what's happening outside. >> guys a lot going on actually. we've been talking about nepal. but a lot going on in our country as well. take a look at the maps. we have severe weather threat for the next few days. today it is cross the ohio river valley, tennessee valley and down across the southeast. we'll likely see a few tornados as well. we're going to watch that closely. tomorrow that threat moves back in towards the texas area where
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we're dealing with the threat there as with el. across areas in the northeast and around the great lakes, temperatures remaining very very cool. that's the only map i got for you. i'm going to send it back to you inside right now. >> that was pretty good, considering the technological limitations. >> exactly. >> we'll be eating out there in just a bit. folks, tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern. a marathon of strange inheritance with a special episode about a rock 'n' roll legend that got pretty emotional. ♪ >> i'm crying. okay. ♪ ♪ i pray that you ♪ ♪ anything you want you got it ♪ >> well look at that. jimmy colby sitting in with the
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orbinsons. the host of strange inheritance. good morning, jamie. >> i have my own marathon. i don't have to put on sneakers. tonight on 8:00 p.m. everyone ka catch up to start shooting season two. >> those are the orbinson boys. that's the one episode that really was a life changer for me. to hear the boys the sons of roy orbison find a cassette with the song called "the way is love." it was written for them. it was never released. they have now played the backup and sung vocals with their dad's voice, which was reengineered by john carter cash johnny cash's son, who is a friend of theirs. johnny cash was their god father. and we were a part of it. every one of these families let us in to be a part of the ancestry a part of their lives and to see amazing historic arti
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facts. >> the whole show is a window into people's lives. >> i'm so grateful they let me in. and now some viewers of ares who have sent in their own strange inheritances. i hope people follow me. >> we got renewed after five weeks. >> and the second episode you call the ride of their lives. >> so you were asking me before the strangest episode. i think inheartriting an amusement park is strange. not only do they have one of the oldest and most spectacular carousels in the world, in the world, the pex erts tell us. they would rather spin children on a carousel than build condos. but that go-pro on the roller
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coaster, it was really cool. it wasn't me upside down. i do upside down. i try anything. >> i would rather have a carousel. >> znt that cool? >> yes, and i saw you had suzanne somers. at 68 she's opening in vegas. so anything is possible for women who just want to go out there. >> you have a long time before you're 68. >> my high kick is pretty good. >> this is a great show. you'll want to watch it on the fox business network. to find out on your cable provider go to fox business online. >> see you tonight. want to drink on the streets? go ahead. cities are looking to let low level crimes like that slide by. but is this just the opening for more trouble? we're doing to debate that next. >> plus look who is stopping by
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the plaza. that's hanna's cousin. they're going to cook up a specialty that looks delicious. >> but first we're going to check in with neil kafor a look at what's coming up on the cost of freedom. >> and the administration rushing to get more gitmo guys out. marco rubio says we should be rushing more in. and forget lifting sanctions on day one. are we about to give iran a $50 billion signing bonus right now? and thought you only had to pay for your kids' college education? well you better save up for some illegal tuition, too. we'll see you soon. but what if that thing is a few hundred thousand doses of flu vaccine. that need to be kept at 41 degrees. while being shipped to a country where it's 90 degrees. in the shade. sound hard? yeah. does that mean people in laos shouldn't get their vaccine? we didn't think so. from figuring it out to getting it done, we're here to help.
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(rock climbing sfx) when kevin jorgeson needs light, he trusts only duracell quantum because it lasts longer in 99% of devices. ♪ ♪ .. a potential showdown is looming over proposals to decriminal size certain low level crimes. things like drinking on the street in new york city. but could this just open the door to even more crimes in more
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communities, especially poor communities? here's a debate. former nypd detective and attorney at fox news contributor, tamara holder. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> tamron public consumption of alcohol, being in a park after dark littering, unreasonable noise. you say none of that should be a criminal violation. give people a civil ticket like it's a parking dispute. why? >> well because we need to stop criminalizing every single act. every single thing should not be an arrest. what happens with an arrest is especially for people who don't like maying taxes or having high taxes, we have to pay for these things. we have do pay for the police officers on the streets, the judges the prosecutors, the public defenders t jails.
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and then the long-term effect people with criminal records can't get jobs. whether it's the smallest record or the largest record. and that's an issue. >> so bo bo bo, is tamara making sense? >> he never thinks i make sense. turnstyle jumping day one. they want to make it civil. what happens wen a cop goes to somebody and can't asking for identification. if he says his name is mickey mouse and i live in disney world. that's what they're going to put. we have to have the cops be respected. if someone is urinating in public i'm not saying arrest them but you should have the ability, you should are the the ability to bring them into the station. there's warrants out there. one turnstyle jumper there's week. he had a loaded gun on him. >> you had too much coffee this
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morning. >> you live in disney world. that's the problem. >> you're in chicago, right? >>. >> no that's not fair. that's not fair. now come on. how do you respond to this? mayor de blasio, police commissioner bratton, they say your position is all washed up. it makes no sense at all. >> well i think de blasio is a wimp and is afraid to make a decision. because what people are saying is de blasio is going to turn new york city right to left. he's going to turn it into a toilet. but the problem is bo had way too much coffee. if a guy jumps over a turnstyle you can't ask for his id. if police have a reasonable suspicion, they can ask for your id. he's making this up. >> let me finish. bo let me finish. >> you don't have to give an identification if it's simple. >> so what's the point here bo.
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your concern is we're going to lose the ability. >> i talk to cops every day. you're taking the heart and soul out of cops. why don't we stop the police department and let everyone walk around and do what they want to do and have an ar key. stop and frisk is stop these cops are out there they can't do anything. >> they continue to talk as i raze the tease. got bless you both. up next on the rundown. a baby thrown off a flight by an armed police. they call her a security threat? the story you've got to hear ahead. plus anna and her cousin are cooking something right out of their grandma's kitchen. stick around. boy, that looks good. come on back.
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some quick headlines for you. look at this terrifying criminal. does she look like a security threat to you? that's what france airline workers called this 19-month-old little girl after she began to cry dangerously and had israeli police pull her and her family off the airplane. the baby got upset when she was told to sit on other parents' lap. in the state of texas for more than 1,000 teens ordered to prison in the past three years, the reason? they're not going to school and getting truancy fines they cannot afford to pay, now they're locked up. all right, we're cooking with friends this morning and guess who is joining us?
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anna's cousin meredith flew from north carolina to help with their special recipe. how are you doing? >> good. just got engaged last weekend so congratulations. >> thank you. >> i had to fly you up to see the ring in person and give a big old hug. what's going on? >> today we make our grandma's dutch tart something she makes every christmas morning. we look forward to it every christmas. i'm sure she'll be pleased this is what we're making today. this is what it will look like. >> how do you do that? >> first we start with melted butter that we mix here into fresh bread crumbs and then grandma always shreds the cheese. >> what kind of cheese? gouda? >> yes, soft cheese which makes it dutch and then you mix it all around to get it nice and mixed up. >> uh-huh. >> and then -- >> you said aunt carol told us
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what's the little piece of trivia? >> apparently the hilton in new york made this for the first time for a dutch queen many years ago, and to celeb operate her 25-year, so this is made for a queen. >> then you take this and press it down into a pie shell. >> start pressing it into a pie shell. >> regular pie shell. and then if you grab the cheese and tomatoes. >> yes we do. more gouda or another cheese? >> this is gouda. >> and it is good-a. >> i agree. >> and then a cheese filling. >> yes. >> love it. >> bread and the cheese so every christmas morning our house smells amazing, and where do anna and caroline go? >> typically a long run while i am -- it. >> while she cooks. >> the bumper sticker on your car i love.
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>> i do have one that says people cook tasty food my fiance and i love to cook together. >> who is this man? >> chris johnson. >> lucky man. you guys are getting married, cinderella. >> facebook and instagram, i get hungry just looking at them all the time. should we feed everybody? >> yes. we have our finished product already. >> i can't wait to taste this. look at that. >> this is good. >> perfect. >> this looks amazing. >> are those mushrooms on top? >> yes, we put mushrooms on top, too, you can cover it christmas eve, keep it in the fridge and pop it in the oven in the morning. >> is this traditional dutch pie? >> it was made for a dutch queen. >> are you dutch? >> yes, probably so.
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>> i think we have pictures of us sitting on the fireplace at grandma's house. we can see the cousin pictures. >> our cousin ben looks just like the little boy from "home alone." >> macaulay culkin. >> looks like kevin, and when we'd be doing shopping people come up and put their hands on their face ahh! >> how much was it growing up with anna? >> it was great. we lived two hours apart, it was fun. i'd always get her hand-me-down clothes which was always exciting. >> come on now. >> tastes like christmas. >> i liked you the second i met you and i like you more now. >> well good.
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>> thank you. >> try to beat that. ♪ the american dream is terrifying. american history is the history of the scary thing being the exact thing we have to do. cross that ocean. walk on that moon. fly. none of this makes rational sense. it only makes american sense. here, the hard things show us who we are. leaving your job to start your own thing. having a kid, when you still feel like a kid. signing a 30-year mortgage on a home. scary sure, but no match for our colossal self belief. we're supposed to do scary. without scary, we don't get to be brave.
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♪ you got a friend in me you've got a friend in me ♪ >> i love that song. >> i have cheese stuck in my teeth after that. you are doing a cooking segment together? >> we're cooking breakfast. >> turkey bacon? and fresh orange juice and a lot of different stuff. all good stuff. i'm going to fresh squeeze it do it out here in the street. >> oh! >> we don't cook in my house but we do eat out a lot. we're getting phil merlino, best restaurant in new york doing the
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meatballs. >> and tomorrow the air force academy aband, unbelievable show. miss it at your peril! see you tomorrow. the rush is on. the administration said to be racing to release more gitmo detainees before congress votes on blocking the moves. presidential candidate marco rubio says we should be rushing to get more bad guys in gitmo, not rush them out. this is "bulls and bears" gary b. smith, jonas, john layfield and hadley keith and chuck rocha, welcome, everybody. gary b. siding with rubio or the white house? >> i have to side with senator rubio on this. i hate to boil it down to math but this is

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