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hello, friends, and good morning. today, is sunday 26th of april, 2015. i'm anna kooiman, a fox news alert. the massive search to pull survivors from the rubble of a devastating earthquake. nearly 2,000 victims killed including americans trapped on mount everyiest, the breaking details straight ahead. what began as a peaceful march soon turned into this. >> [ bleep ]. looting, burning, violence, protests turning bad over the death of freddie gray in
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baltimore. the situation so dire that thousands of baseball fans were stopped from leaving the stadium. we'll have the very latest on this this morning. and celebrities and politicians gathering for d.c.'s annual nerd prom. as we all know hilary's private email was got her in trouble. quite frankly, i thought it was her instagram photos. >> we're rolling along with you which is better with friends. we're going to get now to that fox news alert. breaking overnight, from after shocks of a massive 6.7 magnitude earthquake in nepal.
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>> out of the, out, out. >> this is days after a powerful earthquake killed 2,000 people. the quake also triggering a deadly avalanche on mount everest. two people are confirmed dead including two americans. one used to take pictures for google maps. >> what's being called the natural disaster to hit nepal in 81 years, united states plans to send a response team and $1 million in aid. >> let's talk to it gary who has
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spent several years in the area. >> how is the kathmandu valley responding to this loss what looks like to be 2,200 lives now? >> clearly, people knew that the capital was vulnerable. 1934 an earthquake wiped out the city. people knew and always prepared there during my time there, we dealt with these sorts of issues. back in 1996 cyclone hit, bangladesh was involved. the embassy was involved in rescuing hundreds of people. no one knows nepal better than peter bodey. there are thousands of americans there. there are two trekking seasons. one trekking season goes from middle of march to middle of may. the other one is in october and november. you'll have the largest number of tourists in the country and there are surely americans not
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only in the capital but also in two other regions, cluth one by everest. this is going to be a lengthy rescue efforts. >> give us some perspective on the base camp at mount everest. how hard is it to get there for rescuers? >> we've flown helicopters in there and rescued people. there was an american team there. there was a book that was written called "into thin air" a story about a people trapped on a mountain. there are so many people at base camp there are going to be hundreds of there. they can walk down from there to 15,000 feet below. it's a couple hour walk out. >> i imagine they are in fear too that it might happen again. there are reports that all of a
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sudden they felt the ground shaking and they went outside of their tent and seeing this huge sheet of ice coming toward them and oh, no what do they do now. >> there are 26 japanese that died at another place just below there, but the region between kathmandu and the pokaro is just as easily heavily trekked. there are thousands, if out there, and and there's another area that happened to be the center of the maoist revolt in that area. that is probably a place that had more difficulty but we're not hearing about it. there's very little communications in that region.
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>> we appreciate your perspective. baltimore, overnight violence exploded in the treat. thousands protesters were protesting the death of freddie gray. he died of a spinal injury after being arrested by police. last night, that protest turned violent. >> it got pretty nasty. one protester stole a police hat and stood on top of a car. you see multiple people standing on top of cars. police are coming out in riot gear trying to figure out what to do. all of this happened near camden beyond a reasonable doubt and the -- yard and the stadium there was asking the 36,000 fans inside as the baltimore orioles were playing the boston rs -- red sex to stay -- red sox to stay inside. can you imagine? >> this has occurred apparently as the result of freddie gray 25 who died on april 19th.
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he died of three broken vertebrae in his neck and a crushed windpipe. as a result six police officers have been suspended with pay. the department of justice is investigating and by may 1, the baltimore authorities say they are going to issue a report as to what happened in the transport of freddie gray who apparently ran after seeing the police and then allegedly was arrested with a switchblade knife. he went into a coma an our or two after he had been picked up and transported by the police and now as a result we see this rioting in baltimore yesterday. >> we're hearing from witnesses last night. people were having dinner outside camden yard the ballpark in downtown baltimore, when protesters game a mob, and smashed windows, and looted convenience stores. nobody intervened as they stood on police cars smashed the
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windows, trying to flip them over. the question is why? we saw this in ferguson too. the police standing back and allowing this stuff to happen. >> it's absolutely unacceptable and what you've seen now is 36,000 people virtually being held hostage to the activities out in the street and you see that scene there, where are the police? >> yeah we will hear later from freddie gray's sister who is saying this violence does not need to happen. she's calling for peace. we'll continue following this story as the morning rolls along. right now, we need to get to other stories making headlines. one person is dead and four sailors missing after sail boats cap-size off the coast of alabama. nearly 200 people were participating in a regatta. the coast guard is searching for more survivors. heightened security in l.a.x.
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new threats on isis calling for attacks on uniformed personnel. investigators say there's no specific plot but concerns increase as a result of intelligence from overseas. the u.s. government reportedly preparing hacking-related ready as we learned last year's security breach was worse than originally thoughts. "the new york times" is reporting hackers read president obama's unclassified emails. the white house says no classified information was affected. we already know that lebron james is one of the best basketball players in the world but now he's just showing off. >> [ bleep ]. >> oh! >> oh, snap! king james nailing a one handed full court shot during the
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cavaliers practice yesterday at boston. they have the chance to sweep celtics in their first round playoff series this afternoon. those are your headlines. it's like the time i did it from over the back. remember that? see you later. >> that was cool. >> at about 6 feet away though. >> so what? >> which was incredibly impressive. >> certainly not -- >> i didn't see you do it rick. >> i did not do it. this is what you are waking up this morning. temps i tell you for a lot of country are below average except for the parts of south. this is where we're going to see a few more storms today. severe weather a little bit of rain showers moving across parts of the mid atlantic. then we turn our eyes across the next storm moving across the corners of texas. oklahoma the dry line dividing area between the dry and moist air, we'll see some
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thunderstorms popping up there. tomorrow as you start toward the workweek it moves toward the deep south. temps will warm up for a lot of the country as well. last night, in washington the white house correspondents dinner took place. biggest party of the year in d.c. the president comes. lots of members of congress senators and of course the entire white house press corps and lots of celebrities there to celebrate themselves. >> let's watch a montage. watch. >> after six years your approval rating is 48%, and gray hair 85%. >> i look so old, john boehner has invited benjamin netanyahu to speak at my funeral.
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>> i'm excited about hillary running. i'm not sure she excited to run. i think she feels the way that meryl streep feels when asked to audition for something. are you kidding me? >> we all know that hillary's private emails got her in trouble. frankly, i thought it was going to be her private instagram account that was going to call her bigger problems. >> i love this one. playing for the last year i have a private bucket list. >> he's got good timing. all his self-department pra indicating joke were aimed at other people. >> that's a good observation. >> of course, the stars from fox
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news channel showed up at the dinner as well. let's take a look at some photos there. we've got heather childers and ainsley. >> and leon was on the scene. harris faulkner liz clayman. >> here we go. we've got jamie colby and michael komare. >> they improved the tenor of the property i would say. >> coming up he killed innocent americans during the boston marathon. taxpayers are paying hundreds of thousands of dollars for this family to be in the states. fellow americans are returning the favor of a man who served his country. >> it's a miracle. a real blessing being here.
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people ship all kinds of things. 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?
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the family of the convicted boston bomber here in the u.s. for the penalty phase, the death penalty phase of this trial have reportedly been moved from their boston hotel to a new location. this as you the american taxpayer is still stuck with the bill for the trip. hundreds of thousands of dollars. radio talk show host and boston harold columnist howie carr broke that story and he joins us now. howie, what's this story about? let's go through this. the cost of the tsarneav family road trip.
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$200 to stay at a hotel. round the block security costing $100,000 and on top of that the lawyer fees for this fellow are still unclear and you broke this. give us an idea of what this is really about. >> well, as you know peter the constitution says everybody is entitled to legal counsel, but i'm not sure this is what the founding fathers in this mind. this guy, he's now a convicted terrorist. he's a refugee, quote unquote, from the former soviet union. he's been convicted of murdering four american citizens. his brother that he inspired with to bomb the boston marathon murdered another 3 american citizens. he has seven scalp notches on his belt. we've spent millions of dollars on his defense. he has a team of lawyers fighting the death penalty. he has a jury consultant. he also has a pollster.
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the pollster conducted opinion samples in throw different u.s. cities. >> wait a minute. he has a pollster? >> yep. >> what was the pollster looking at? >> the pollster was sampling opinions in boston new york and d.c. to try to find out which community would be more -- least likely to sentence him to death. so they were -- they used that as part of an appeal to seek a change of venue. the change has said he's not going to release any of the billing documents until after the appeals are exhausted. most of us are not going to live that long. we know a famous beganster in boston they released part of his legal bills and he was up over $3 million and that's nothing compared to what this guy is running up. >> howie, do we know whether they looked at who these family
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members are before they came over? we know what the mother of this convicted murderer had said. she sent out a text after the conviction and basically said this we're the terrorists in this country. do we know what's going to happen with these folks? america is the real terrorist, and everyone knows that. my boys are the best. in the last 20 seconds, howie, have they vetted these people? >> we know she's not here because there's an outstanding warrant for her arrest. one of them is the aunt is one of the brothers who was over there learning to be a terrorist. >> well howie carr thank for breaking this story. we love listening to you. we'll see you soon. coming up a lawmaker goes to bat for an army chaplain he claims was wrongly warned about using religion for counselling. >> he had the audacity to share his own experience with depression and how his faith
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here's are some headlines you need to know this morning. a plane burst into flames when one of its jins failed. you can see a trail of fire and smoke as it makes an emergency landing in istanbul. officials are trying to figure out exactly what happened. no one was hurt. a search was on for a fisherman who defied the odds when he survived 12 days stranded at sea. his name is ron ingram.
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he has vanished again, unfortunately. this time his boat capsized while he was fishing off of hawaii. a georgia congressman goes to bat for an army chaplain he claims was wrongly warned about using religion in counselling services. >> in a time when soldiers are struggling he had the audacity to share his own experience with depression and how his faith helped him? what is it a chaplain supposed to do? >> this is one more example of a larger movement against religion in our military? that congressman joins us. >> tell us about what was so wrong in what he was doing and saying in his counselling. >> frank thri, there is nothing
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wrong. he was giving a normal brief on suicide prevention at the army ranger camp up in my district and after the fact someone up the chain of command decided that using scripture or talking about his faith was not something he should be doing. really everything we looked at and me being as a chaplain in the united states air force reserve, he did not do anything out of bounds. the army would not remove the letter of concern from his file. >> when you look at morale issues that are going on in the military right now, in fact, the washington times has cited that troop morale has gone down 30%. do you think that's because of policy changes or just an environment and a culture that some of these military members feel like they can't even express how they feel about things and their faith?
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>> well, i think right now what we're dealing with is people who claim to be tolerant are actually are intolerant. chaplains are there for everyone whether they have faith or no faith and the chaplaineds need to be operate within their own background and right now they seem to be under attack. >> what's the danger of this? when you can't pray in a trying time what's the danger? >> we're in an environment where our military needs to be at the top of readiness, it means not only physical well-being but also mental and spiritual well-being. that's why it's important that chap lanes be able to fulfill that role. good chaplains can work with people of faith and no faith. what's happening right now you have a minority group that basically wants to say that this should not be a part of the
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military. >> congressman doug collins. thank you so much for your time today. >> thank you so much. >> coming up on fox and friends weekend, concern growing on the grocery aisle. what the cdc is saying this morning? does this song make you happy? up next the top songs put a song on your face. that's straight ahead and we want your thoughts. ♪ everybody is shaking, staying alive ♪ staying alive ♪ ♪ ♪ staying alive ♪ how do crest 3d white whitestrips compare to a whitening toothpaste? let's see! the paste didn't seem to do much for me. the whitestrips made a huge difference.
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sexy back and 1999. >> those are all good tunes. >> but they are not as good as the ones that we pick. >> of course not, why would they be? >> there's so many. every song i hear that's the best song that's the happiest song. is it thrift shop or is it high hopes? as i picked out with frank sinatra? >> he has high hopes ♪ he has high apple pie sky hopes ♪ >> that is a good one. i love your thrift shop. >> i heard that before i was born. my mother went to say that in -- to see that in 1959. that's what i associate with that. high hopes. >> for me, it wasn't a close call. i settled on i'll take you there by the staple singers. >> great choice. ♪
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ain't nobody crying ♪ >> somebody help me. >> that is a funeral song if there ever was one. >> it's very disattracting. how about this one with danny and sandy when they go together. listen. ♪ ♪ we go together like ram-ram-rama ding a-de-dong. that's the way it would be ♪ ♪ >> song the singing and dancing. >> i can quote every second and line of it. >> what's your happy song? let us know. if you are not in a good mood now, we give up.
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>> it's going to be an hour of anna's dance party, her favorite music. it's going to be the highest ratings. >> can i be on the show too? >> yes. >> we need to get to your morning headlines this sunday. a missing college student is found dead in north carolina but the mystery of what happens to him remain. mario maorga was last seen leaving a club thursday night in greensboro. the school says he died friday. police say a man walking in a middle of a road was struck and kill that morning but does not satisfy if it was him. this morning, the federal government encouraging consumers not to give ice cream the cold shoulder despite recalls by two companies. both the fda and cdc say there's no link between blue bell
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creameries and jeni's ice cream. and a fundraising page for a shop that refused to bake a cake for a lesbian wedding has been deactivated. they were ordered to pay. go fund me took the page down saying it supported a hateful crime. the bakery will get the $109,000 already donated. we spent a decade protecting our country and now a florida veteran is getting a home for free. >> welcome home! >> oh, the army sergeant served in afghanistan but suffered physical and emotional wounds and is now disabled. the organization building homes
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for heroes heard his story and decided to give this family of five a home without a mortgage. >> it's a real blessing to be here and continue my path to recovery such a beautiful place to raise my daughters. >> i've done some stories with them building homes for heroes. it's amazing. they will have areas where they can wheel into the shower they can wheel into the area where you would cook. rick is standing by. where is he? >> outside. >> it's still a little bit chilly. we're almost in may and still temps well below average all across parts of the northeast. you can see that on the temperature map there. 35 this morning in chicago. 36 in cleveland, 37 in minneapolis. you get the point. it's still chilly out there. not the case across the south where it's very warm where we're
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going to continue to be warm across much of the week. the forecast today across parts of the northeast and mid atlantic not looking bad but it's going to be a little bit cooler than you would like this time of year. lability of morning -- a little bit of morning rain across parts of virginia. southeast, showers around parts of south florida. more the most part it's going to be a warm humid day. texas, perhaps some thunderstorms. plains and great lakes, we have a chilly day. we'll see plenty of sunshine. out across the west another day of mountain snow and valley rain. that will be the case for us new mexico into colorado. back to you inside. 38 minutes after the hour. it's a colossal case of media bias. >> it was bad enough when two
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hello, friends. let's get up. a wiley coyote leading police on a chase. the furry was subdued with a tranquilizer. 87-year-old woman hit a kaven in waterloo but the casino claims there's a glitch and she didn't win as much as they thought. this is what the news looks like when it gets badly
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distorted. >> it was bad enough when two small states like new hampshire and iowa were making the decisions as king makers now we're dpoun to two billionaires are doing this the koch brothers first they said it was going to be scott walker and oh, whoops spoiler alert, too soon. let's have little more of an addition period now they announced five semifinists who got roses. >> the koch brothers they are the ones who control american politics with their money? is it true? not really. here's perspective. megadon'ter megadon'tor democrats out spent five to one. here to react to the reality of campaign finance, is boston columnist adrianna cohen.
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great to see you. >> here are the numbers. obama $715 million, romney $446 million. it's not even close. the money is on the democratic side. why do you never hear that? >> exactly. this is a political tactic of the left. they want to blame the koch brothers for meddling elections and influencing elections, however, bill mahr is such a i am pri -- hypocrit. he donated $1 million to obama's pac. and tom steyer also donated plenty of money.
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bill maher is a big media person who is sharing only part of the story. he's spent $74 million in mid terms to convince americans to pay higher energy taxes to no effect at all. that got almost no coverage. i don't think the average person has any idea who tom steyer is. he's the single biggest contributor to american politics and he's basically unknown. why is that? >> exactly. again, liberal progress sieves, many of them are eliteistselitists they believe the rule don't alie to them. tom steyer has made a bulk of his money on dirty fossil fuels and now he wants to dictate policy to energy companies after he's made a ton of money, of
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course. i mean we see this all the time. al gore sold his media company to al jazeera which is owned by qater, which is the biggest fossil fuel producer in the world, so again the rules don't apply to them. >> michael bloomberg, three-term mayor of new york city and gun control advocate. no one is disarming his body guards and he doesn't get credit for the partisan player he is. tens of millions of dollars on behalf of democrats and that didn't get covered. >> and exactly, george thoros is very involved in politics. when democrats complain they should look in their own become
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yard because bill maher is one of the biggest supporters of democrat politicians. >> if you are a gun control advocate your body guards can't have guns. if you are a global warming alarmist don't fly in a private plane. coming up. she's being targeted for supporting rand paul because she's black and that's not allowed in the new america. this teen joins us next hour. hospitals now running out of crucial life-saving drugs more often than we imagine. should we be concerned?
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good morning, everyone. hospitals running out of critical antibiotics. the plob is on the rise. a disturbing new report claim hospitals across the country ran short of 148 antibiotics from 2001 to 2013. theage time without a drug was close to nine months. >> how concerned should we be? let's ask the host of fox news channel house call dr. david tsumati. good morning. this is really a frightening story for a lot of americans. especially one story which says in 2010 that 20% of patients have been adversely affected by the results of these shortages. to vanco my son, people may have heard of that.
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why is there a shortage and what can we do in american hospitals to make this better? >> it's obviously a big concern in all the hospitals for doctors and then patients. i think the statistics thaw mentioned. there are 148 antibiotics that you mentioned in this. we can deal with this. the last five years has been really bad. the statistic that you just mentioned, 20% time it had a adverse outcome on the patient. part of the problem is the super bugs are getting smarter than us because we overused antibiotics over the years. you've got mrsas these are getting resistant to our antibiotics and some of it is our fault. we're not making good antibiotics. there's not enough money in this business. the profit margin for these antibiotics and companies are not doing so well.
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we haven't had great ones coming in the pipeline. it takes 2 to 3 billion dollars to make one of these antibiotics. when they come the companies are not going to profit for this. furthermore, the government is pumping more money to hopefully in the next few years we'll have a better outcome. you mentioned there are some things that we can do as patients as well. for example, not going to the hospital not only does it clog lines if you are going for something that's not a serious ailment but you can also pick up something and get a serious illness while you are there. >> that's an excellent point because c.difficile is one of those infections. you get these at the hospital. don't go there if you have some cough or sneezing. you go to the hospital for serious stuff. 29,000 people died from c.difficile. try to ask for a private room if
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you can. hand wash. ask your doctor should i get this antibiotic. >> when people go to a hospital they expect that there's communication between the doctors, the nurses and the pharmacy and the people that are making these medicines and we saw in the survey there's no communication going on. so if i have pneumonia, if i have c.difficile as you are talking about, if i have some essential infection and the doctor says to me there's no antibiotic first-line antibiotic to treat this because the drug companies aren't making a profit what are we doing in this country to make that better? >> that's a very important point and it's a huge concern and your point is well-taken. we need to do a better job. we need to make sure there's better communication between the hospitals and pharmacies and manufacturer. sometimes, the manufacturer only makes one antibiotic and they can run out quickly. we need to beef it up and invest more in our antibiotics and protect the patients. the message to i allot of
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doctors is stop writing for antibiotics when you don't need them. when you need them -- >> when people go to the doctor they say give me a z pack. if they don't get it they are mad at the doctor. >> we can watch you on sunday house call at 12:30. i watch it every week. happy to see you. >> 56 minutes after the hour. the death toll rising as rescue workers in nepal did he have -- desperately search for survivors. watchdog he watches and the owners are not -- look at that x-ray.
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hi everyone and good morning today. it's sunday, 26th of april, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. this morning, the death toll is rising as a massive search for survivors from the rubble continues. >> out, out, out, guys. >> two americans among the dead. we're live in nepal with breaking details straight ahead. what began as a peaceful march soon devolveed into this. violence in the streets of baltimore as protesters loot stores in the name of freddie gray the man who died in police custody last week. the situation so dire that thousands of baseball fans were trapped in the stadium until it
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subsided. the white house correspondents dinner has plenty of jokes last night. no one is laughing at this. she's texting during the national anthem. how she's defending this one here on "fox & friends." let's get right to that fox news alert. 2,100 people now dead following the earthquake in nepal. >> this is after shocks sent people running for safety. >> out, out, out, guys! >> joining us live by phone by -- at the capital kathmandu. more on the recovery efforts going on there.
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good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's afternoon here. >> could you give us into what's happening this afternoon in the kathmandu area in the wake of this very horrible earthquake and after shocks? >> reporter: well people are still pretty nervous out here because just this afternoon we experienced an earthquake of 6.7 richter scale magnitude so it was pretty strong. people are still outside their buildings. very few have ventured into their houses unless it's to fetch something or get something. rescue efforts are continuing. i spoke to a police official. he basically said it's quite challenging in the sense, the challenge lies in enough water, food and shelter for those who are being rescued and those who are kind of stranded outside the houses. there's no electricity at the moment so a lot of utilities
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are not functioning. communications are not that great, but it's just a sense of another earthquake might hit that has got people kind of psyched up and very nervous still. >> you imagine even the transportation a lot of the roadways we're seeing are blocked with rubble or debris. you are seeing cracks there right in the asphalt. yesterday, there were reports of doctors and nurses having to come and put i.v. drips and makeshift hospital beds in the streets outside of homes because the hospitals were so overwhelmed. is that continuing today? >> yes. not right out on the road but around the major hospitals, outside on the grounds, they have set up makeshift kind of service centers. i visited a hospital late last night around midnight and you could see people kind of camping outside on the hospital grounds
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because there weren't enough beds or room inside and i think the health workers themselves are quite nervous. i just spoke to a doctor early on because these after shorks tremors are recurring, people are quite nervous. >> thanks for the update. we appreciate it. well kathmandu wasn't the only area to feel the effects of this earthquake. four separate countries faced effects of it and everest base camp was particularly hard hit that's at 18,000 feet and it's a stapling area -- staging area. there are hundreds of people camped out there, when the quake hit, and many of them were killed by an avalanche, including two americans. >> that's right. one of those is 33-year-old google executive by the name of dan freedenberg. here he is right here. he took pictures for them and is known as a google addventureadventurer.
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he has previously dated a chicago actress athea hill. she says that, you necessity, she still thinks of them very fondly. she says that he was one of the greatest loves of my life. he was one of the favorite human beings on earth. he was one of the great loves of my life he was one of my truest friends. he was a an incredible brother, a wril yant engineer and a damn good man. i'm devastated and simultaneously so deeply grateful to have known and loved him. >> about a thousand people at everest today and a lot of these folks are very very concerned. we heard communications have real problems. hospitals are overwhelmed and you saw the devastation that they have there and we've seen the eruption of tent cities
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there to shelter some of those folks. >> we don't have an accurate count of the number of killed and injured at everest base camp. there are two americans, so far. dan, the man we just mepged and a doctor who was apparently killed as well. in 1934 a less of a recollect -- richter scale earthquake 8,500 people died. protests over the death of freddie gray began peaceful but they soon turned violent yesterday when protesters began smashing police cars and looting stores. >> it's all happening in the city of baltimore. it's about 40 miles from washington where last night the white house correspondents dinner took place and at that very moment scenes like that were unfolding in baltimore, right outside camden yard.
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we're joined now by rod to share what happened. we see those pictures, looters, protesters angry, violent people. news cameras shot this footage. where are the police? why did they allow this? >> let me start out by saying first of all, good morning, guys the police response was a lot different in tucker yesterday than it was in ferguson and let me explain to you why. i have noticed yesterday when i was in baltimore, the police took an approach whereby they kind of stayed out of the picture. the other thing i noticed there was no indications of any military type uniforms or equipment or armored cars or anything like that. the police stayed back. right before we see this begin, police did start moving in a little bit, but they were all in regular police uniforms. they didn't een have on helmets at the time. it was a completely different
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generate response which i think generated a different response from the crowd. >> judge have that. you can't have people doing that. >> i think what we have learned, tucker over the past few years with these types of demonstrations is that when the police become more aggressive then we see the crowd becomes more aggressive. what we tend to do is let the crowd keep them within a certain area let them do the thing that they want to do but when they start to become destructive, then we start moving in. there were two police cars parked on howard street. and those are the cars that a couple of theage taters in the crowd started going after. for the most part it wasn't that bad. >> rod wheeler, thank you so much. breaking overnight one person is shot outside the
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minneapolis-st. paul napt. police were called to the seen. scene near the hertz rental car area. the driver was shot and taken to the hospital. his condition is unknown. the family of the boston marathon bomber was just moved out of the massachusetts hotel where they were staying. dzhokhar tsarnaev relatives are in the united states to testify in a death penalty trial. radio talk show host and howie carr broke the story and joined us earlier. >> we have spent millions of dollars on tsarneav's defense. the judge said he's not going to release any of the billing documents until after the appeals are exhausted. >> lawyers are making the case tomorrow they say thinks
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brother was the mastermind behind the attack. the 2016 gop contenders are in iowa and they are all taking shots at the president's foreign policy. >> the world needs a strong america. america is capable of rallying people around the world to fight evil. radical islam, iran's ambitions, china's territorial claims and vladimir putin's efforts. >> we're join live from iowa next hour by someone. after the mid term elections, my advisers asked me mr. president do you have a
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bucket list? and i said well i have something that rhymes with bucket list. take executive action on immigration, bucket. >> rhymes with. the president making fun of his own policies in front of hundreds of the media's finest at the so-called nerd prom but not everybody was impressed with the events of last night. it seemed like this washington post columnist was texting on her phone during the national anthem but she claims she was taking notes for her job and those were your headlines. >> still not the time to do it. >> what's she writing? oh say can you see? >> rick is going to join us now. very often, i will be taking notes or emailing something, and people will be why are you texting, but you are doing your job, in this case though this is the national anthem.
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>> you are not saying sup? >> how you doin'? a little bit of rain showers this morning across parts of virginia and we've even had some snow flurries flying across parts of ohio and maryland this morning. that is going to get out of here throughout the day. we'll clear things out. out across the west, we've remained very unsettled this week. we need rain and snow. that energy is going to dive down across parts of texas and bring the chance of severe weather today. today, texas and oklahoma and tomorrow moving in across parts of louisiana and southeast texas, guys. we're make making breakfast a little bit later. >> 12 minutes after the hour. here's what's coming up on "fox & friends." she's being targeted for supporting rand paul because she's black? this teenager is here to react to the shocking facebook post that left her disgusted.
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well, rand paul supporter targeted on social media for supporting him because she is black. a facebook post about the 19-year-old said this quote, a female african-american who is standing withland -- rand she must not realize the platform. the fact that he's pretty much
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regarded as a racist sexist along with the rest of his party. thank you for joining us this morning. you were targeted because of your color, somehow it was considered ill legitimate that a black woman would support rand paul how do you respond to that? >> i say it's really sad that we're getting caught up on subjectivity, i shouldn't be judged based on how i look for my political beliefs. there are certain things that are important to me as i indicate in the article. the most important issue is the constitution and i'm going to support whichever candidate supports the constitution not whichever candidate -- people put me in a box and say i should support. >> the modern tribalism of the left demands that each person choose a group and agree with everything a group agrees with and everybody who leaves that group is stoned to death. >> i think it's sad for a party that's supposed to be diverse
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when it comes to diversity of thought, the acceptance is not there, where are we if we don't have diversity of thought? how are we supposed to learn from each other and get a different perspective on life? >> that's of course is real diversity. why do you like rand paul? >> i support rand paul because i see that our constitutional rights are being taken away. as know my generation is being affected the most as we're being told our constitution doesn't matter anymore. rand paul shows he supports our rights. >> do you get hassled a lot for your views? >> i do get hassled. a lot. this is the first time it came from a stranger on social media. i would have people come up to the table and ask me how can i be black and a conservative?
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this article was posted on a pro hillary group and someone called me an uncle tom. the racism and sexism comes from kind of small minded ignorant comments like this. >> that's for sure. you are doing your part for real diversity. we appreciate it. great to see you this morning. coming up a new virtual reality app puts you at the scene of a shoot th death, in this case trayvon martin. is this a good idea? this is the worst kind of watchdog you can have. he actually eats watches. this is not the first time. otherwise, he's a good dog. with the help of comfort keepers, i'm keeping my mom healthy! i'm keeping dad on schedule.
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stomach. she has great timing. tah-dah. 23 minutes after the hour. a new virtual reality act re-enacts the scene of trayvon martin's shooting death designed to make users to feel they were really there. >> it's rather interesting. this is a freedown load and if you have samsung head sets it's a virtual reality headset. we recorded it. this is rather brilliant. emblematic journalist they have done a good job taking all the particular facts of this case it takes the testimony, the 911 calls. it even starts off with a candy store so you can play the role of trayvon martin in this particular case. in this case you will play the
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role at one of the witness testimonies that said we're hearing some scuttle outside. watch what happens with this couple. during this it's kind of concerning and you are watching this and you get caught up in the action. really well-done, way of telling a story. now, if you are not noni and you are about getting the truth and putting it together accurately, i think it causes some great concern to make sure that when we see these sort of game changer technologies come about that we're ready to say who is telling the story and why are they telling the story. >> there are moral issues ethical issues this brave new world of new apps, i mean, you can think of other apps that might be interesting as well. i'm going to do gettysburg d day, the kennedy assassination, and things have some p
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historical story as well. >> it takes you into an experience in history. >> it makes me very uncomfortable to see this. this happened after the zimmerman trial. what if this is a slippery slope, if you start doing it to what happened to the poor gentleman in baltimore, and it fans and enflamesage agitaters even more? >> i love what she's done with this as well. >> what a great perspective. thank you. >> for more check out with kurt's newsletters, cyber guy.com. no need for moms or dads in
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♪ ♪ i probably break down and cry ♪ ♪ whoa sweet child of mine ♪ that's the air force academy band blue steel performing "sweet child of mine." thank you. you guys are superb. i've heard you before. many high school students may be unsure what to do after they graduate. here's one great option that really opens the door to do anything go everywhere and fly
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high. watch. >> when i chose to go to the air force academy, people asked if i was going to be a pilot. sure i could do that. i could also be an engineer. i can be a doctor or a lawyer. i can work with missiles or satellites. i can become an astronat a four-star general, an olympian or even a national hero. >> wow, i should have applied. you can do all of that while serving your country. here to explain more colonel carolyn bonocek and a recent graduate. why should americans think about the air force academy and how do they do it? because there's a lot of questions. >> sure. great question. the air force academy is a four-year cleng and we're nestled right there at the colorado mountains. it's a great opportunity to get
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a world class education. we have 27 majors and across the board we're balancing our technical, our technology engineering, and math kinds of curriculum with the humts and sciences because we need our young folks to be technical and they also need to be able to lead people. >> you are leading. you also have a technical background in satellites. >> i do. >> which you learned in the air force? >> i did. >> what an inspiration. >> lieutenant you graduated last year. why did you decide to go to the air force academy? >> well, there was a couple of different reasons but the majority was it's a free education, you know you do have all your education paid for and then you have a guaranteed employment once you graduate you serve for those five years. i love it so far. i'm serving with the admissions office right now talking to high schoolers about my four years at the air force academy. it's a tremendous opportunity and i loved it. i played volleyball and soccer in high school. maybe i do want to cheer.
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i got to cheer at the air force academy. i got to travel all over. great opportunities. nothing else like it. >> an opportunity to serve our country. there's also an opportunity to go out and make money and continue to serve an industry and in medicine and all the things that we need in this country. >> yes, sir. that is absolutely right. as a matter of fact one of our 1988 graduates, martha mcfaley, she was able to fly, able to serve and go 0 on and now she's serving at a different level and representing our united states air force academy in total. >> you make me question my choices in life. thanks for being here so much. if you are interested in alying or you want more info go to academy admissions,.com.
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thank you, colonel benacek and lieutenant lacos. somali americans showing their support for alleged isis recruits. >> we want peace! we want peace! . >> families and supporters of the six minneapolis men accused of plotting to join isis gathering on the steps of the minnesota state capital. they are demanding all the suspects be released ahead of their hearings. all six were denied bail earlier this week. the supporters maintain the young men are innocent until proven guilty. talk about a full service school. four schools will soon provide breakfast, dinner and doctors for health. the program is helping poor
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says it always starts with the hips. >> all dancing begins right there. rick is outside. there's a lot going out on outside. >> that is my favorite video. i love that kid. today is national pretzel day and we're learning to roll one like a pro. joining us now is john fuss. national pretzel day, it's a very holy days for a pretzel maker. we're giving out free pretzels all day. go into a free pretzel in our stores. >> can i show you how to make a pretzel? >> let's take a strip of dough. >> i'm going to show you three
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♪ ♪ some quick headlines. in the wild animal edition, a wiley kie yeet tee, spent two hours running away from new york's finest. he was eventually subdued with a tran qielser and probably relocated. >> an alligator catching shade underneath an suv. the photographer says it looks like i'm not going home. >> true. >> potential republican house hostelries make the case for faith this weekend at the faith and freedom coalition in iowa. >> the debbie waserman shultz in this year when does live begin.
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>> most places on earth, they believe rights come from your government and laws. ours is founded on the rights come from the creator, god. >> you have a -- >> nine republican spokesmen did they toe the line on social issues to avoid alienating a group. one thing that is very certain is you can't fake religion. sometimes politicians fall into that i think. what matters to us is what these guys said before they were running for president. the way in which they lived before they started running for president. and i think they have to be very clear about the values that they believe in. not making stuff up in order to
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get votes, and then people will say, you know i like him even if i disagree with some of his beliefs, i like the guy that i can trust him to be who he is. >> how should faith inform a life? >> if it doesn't inform your life then it's not faith. faith is a set of beliefs. it's a belief in god. it's a belief that there are eternal consequences for your actions and i think a leader that doesn't have that -- a set of core beliefs that help him to make it an important part of his life. it's somebody that's hard to trust. >> for example, if the president is an atheist, are they qualified to be the president? >> i would say faith is not the most important thing, but wisdom in terms of a leader. yes, i think it makes a
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difference who that person is. i know they are telling me to wrap it up. >> maybe you would run for president. that's a direct answer. >> i would vote for you. coming up a major scare in the skies after an airplane's engines burst in midair. plus you know him and love him as frazier. ♪ ♪ ♪ you shake my nerves and you rattle my brain ♪ too much love drives a man sunshine ♪ >> wait until you hear where he's taking his musical talents this time. kelsey grammer sits down with "fox & friends" next.
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>> you know him as frazier, watch. ♪ ♪ you shake my nerves and you rattle my brain ♪ too much love drives a man insane ♪ oh what a thrill yes, what a thrill ♪ goodness gracious great balls of fire. >> now, kelsey grammer is headed back to broadway in "finding neverland ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> the man with the sword is on the couch unarmed.
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kelsey grammer, welcome. >> good to see you guys. >> i went to it yesterday and it is the best show i've seen on broadway in years. congratulations. >> thank you, thank you. >> in fact our chairman and his wife went and they loved it. >> there's nothing wrong with it. it's the best show i've done in my life. >> you've done some fantastic -- >> it is the best show. >> this is really going back. you started off singing, so this is comfortable for you. >> the first thing i was a 14-year-old and the star said i'm new in the school inevery boy in this room to come and audition for the choir. everybody sang yesterday. he threw us altogether and in six months we were out doing these shows in those little tuxes with the fringy shirts and
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all that. >> that's how the acting world found you. >> that's when i got into it. >> you don't think you would have gotten -- >> i was a surfer. that was it. >> wow. >> this particular show finding never land is kind of based on the true story about how peter became pan. >> right. it is loosely based on history. j.m. berry, the writer had an acquaintance and a friendship with this family of boys and in the end, i think it's accurate that he actually ended up raising them after all their parents died. >> in addition to being touching it is -- and i'm not big fan of music kals i love every song. >> it's emotional. >> i say to my friends if they don't cry at this show then i'm -- >> what's your favorite moment?
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>> my favorite moment is the boys jumping on the bed and you see them lifted up by guys dressed in black but all of a sudden they are flying and you think it's magic. >> here's the other question. by the way, i love musicals and i know you know that. >> you would like this one. >> this is an endorsement. >> the schedule twice a day, six days a week. seven days a week. >> it's a very tough situation. >> you do it twice today? >> no that was yesterday. >> every night, did you realize that when you signed on? >> well, you do realize it. you do know the job is dangerous but you take it. it can be pretty exhausting. i lost my voice last week, but i can squeak it out. i just do. it's very challenging and there's a big adjustment in terms of what kind of condition you are in when you start doing a play and you are six months in. >> it's getting incredible remarks, especially from steve.
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we absolutely loved it. we don't want anybody having any trouble in finding "neverland." >> it is very different from "cheers." >> is there a cheers joke in it? >> it's an homage. >> if you are going to new york city this summer come see "finding neverland" on broadway. >> so nice to see you, kelsey. well-done. boy, i want to see that. boy, kelsey grammer. coming up the death toll rising unfortunately as rescue workers in nepal desperately search for survivors of that devastating earthquake. a live report straight ahead. and a terrifying scare in the skies after an airplane's engines burst into flames in midair. we've got the heart-stopping landing for you straight ahead.
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an earthquake rocks nepal and beyond. more than 2,000 people are now dead as rescue crews rush to dig people out of the rubble. we are live straight ahead. it started as a peaceful protest in the city of baltimore but it devolved quickly into this. violence in the streets over the death of freddie gray in police custody. protesters snashing cop cars and looting stores. what happened? and the greatest hits from last night's correspondent's dinner. >> we installed a new state of the art security system. >> celebrities, journalists and
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politicians gathered in washington, d.c. for what they called the annual nerd prom. we have the highlights because mornings are always better with friends. ♪ ♪ we'll get right to that fox news alert this morning. more than 2,000 people have died following that massive 7.9 magnitude earthquake in the country of nepal. >> this as after shocks send people running to open spaces. >> out, out, out, out guys! >> we're live in jerusalem with more of the devastation. what can you tell us? >> that initial earthquake was felt from china to india but it was centered near the nepal capital of kathmandu. there are numerous after shocks
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in the entire region. on saturday a massive 9.9 magnitude earthquake struck the region around noon location time -- local time. more than 2,200 dead. that number will continue to increase as they pull bodies from the rubble. rescue crews from the united states and all over the world are in there to try to help with the rescue mission. two americans were killed. 29-year-old dr. marissa wong and google executive dan freedenberg. this is the height of tourist and climbing season in nepal. so thousands of westerners and tourists are there in the region climbing hiking touring. nepal is a poor country and many of the buildings there are crudely built which exacerbated the entire problem there. it is a country in desperate
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need of help. experts have long predicted that they were due for a huge earthquake. while they say this was a big one, there could be bigger ones on the way. >> oh, ominous. thanks a lot conor. emergency workers are fearful there could be more after shocks. we're going toic at that you to the city of baltimore right now. protesters pledging to shutdown baltimore in the name of freddie gray. they did make good on their promise. they shut the city down last night. >> well, initially it was a peaceful protest but it certainly turned violent. take a look at this video. you see people getting on top of cars. there's a report of one agitater who stole a police hat and jump
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on top of a car. all of this was going on as the orioles were playing the red sox. 37,000 people were urged to stay inside because of the violence outside. >> they were held oxing as protesters resorted to looting, property destruction, turning over of cars and eventually the police got it under control. as you know freddie gray was killed under circumstances that are being investigated by the baltimore authorities and the department of justice. he died of three fractured vertebrae in the neck and a crushed windpipe. they are trying to get to the bomb of what happened to him. six police officers have been suspended with pay. at the same time freddie gray's sister is asking for people in baltimore to keep the peace. >> freddie would not want that.
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his mother and father does not want this. violence does not get justice. >> those 36,000 spectators were held hoxing as are the rest of us as we watch the bonds of civilization fray. you are watching right now the end of civil order. people smashing police cars in the street and no one doing anything about it. this is not a civil rights act. it's a threat to civilization itself. >> it becomes incomprehensible how it got to that point. obviously, it got under control. thank god later, and after those events that you are seeing took place, but what was the delay? was there an effort or an inclination by the baltimore police to allow the crowd to play out, but up to what point do you allow a crowd like that to play out when people are killed? when people are maimed or injured? >> up to the point where they commit violence and that cannot be allowed. you can't allow a mob to commit
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violence. i'm not defending what the police may or may not have done to freddie gray. it can scplat -- escalate. you need to stop it immediately. >> even the family members of freddie gray are requesting that they stop. one person is dead and four sailors is missing after shale boats capsize off the coast of alabama. strong thunderstorms swept through a regatta. the coast guard is searching for more survivors. at this hour heightened security at los angeles airport amid new threats from isis calling for attacks on uniformed personnel. investigators say there's no specific plot but concerns increased after swelings intelligence from overseas. jaw-dropping video.
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a turkish airline bursts in flames. amazingly, none of the passengers were hurt. officials are still unsure if the plane caught fire before or after it touched down. a dog reunited with her owners this morning after finding herself in deep trouble. lucy spent two weeks under ground after she dug a hole so deep that she became trapped. after days of searching for the dog, the owners heard a quiet park and called 911 to rescue her. republican hostelries are making their pitch in iowa. >> fox news senior correspondent john roberts joins us live from
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des moines. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. the sun is finally shining. you know it was a big night last night, big event for the republican 2016 hopefuls and a big night for christian conservatives here. christian conservatives have a very important voting bloc here in iowa. mike huckabee was one of the people who took the stage toward the end of the evening last night. he's expected to declare his run for president on may 5th. there was a lot of talk about national security issues. huckabee spent a lot of time talking about the assault on religious freedoms in this country. mike huckabee and rick santorum is part of a new video that was released across the nation today, urging them with the supreme court arguments on gay marriage this week to really
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focus in on the fight to preserve faith and families. there was a blog post last week calling for the gop to grow a spine when it came to preserving religious freedoms. >> do you believe that the republican party has been falling down on the issue of defending religious freedom? >> i absolutely believe. a lot of people don't want to go there. i don't understand this. the very foundation of freedom itself the foundation of all the very basic rights start with religious freedom. >> earlier this week "the new york times" had an article highlighting the fact that senator cruz was at a fundraising event for israel that was hosted by two gay businessmen but what i found interesting and asked senator cruz about last night was the fact that those gay businessmen have now been boycotted by the
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gay community. here's what he told me about it. >> they are now targeting anyone who would have a conversation with someone who supports the constitution or traditional marriage. this level of antipathey it is a liberal fascism which is really scary. >> who is leading right now? it's governor walker from wisconsin because he's next door neighbor. >> that's really interesting. >> let's go from new york to iowa now down to d.c. for the nerd prom where celebrities and politicians flocked to the white house correspondents dinner. a lot of jokes were made last night and a lot of laughs. let's take a listen to a few of them. >> look at what's happening right now. every serious existent says we need to ask. the pentagon says it's a
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national security risk. it turns out jeb bush defined himself as hispanic back in 2009. it's an innocent mistake. it remind me i defined myself as american back in 1961. >> the washington hilton is great. i about the time when the president walked in and saw the bell hops he thought finally some decent security. >> the secret service are really focusing on some of the issues that have come up and they finally figured out a fool proof way to keep people off my lawn. there it is. >> a lot of joe biden jokes too. one of the jokes was why am i so relaxed during my last year and a half of my presidency. he said those joe biden massages are so great.
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>> self-deprecating remarks are aimed at other people. they are all partisan attacks, including on fox news which is interesting. >> if you were on facebook and twitter last night, you probably saw some of our friends, heather childer, and jamie colby, brian kilmeade had the weekend off. there he is with tony romo and brian with shannon bream. >> he's going to give details tomorrow. >> coming up next hillary clinton is trying to pass off her cash controversy as a little distraction from the right wing but could it actually derail her 2016 campaign. chris wallace joins us live next. does this song make you
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of that explosive book peter swhietser and we're going to get pushback from the clinton side lani davis who has a strong history. i've read the book. i would say it's very carefully reported. it lays out a very troubling money trail of bill clinton getting millions of dollars and the clinton foundation getting tens of millions of dollars from foreign entities that had interests before the state department. and peter schweitzer admits in the report that it doesn't have the smoking gun. >> it does seem like a lot of journalists from more liberal publications like "the new york times" are starting to look for fire where there's smoke and adding and building on his
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research and digging a bit more. but here's the question long te to mean for hillary clinton? it's the average american average voter going to pay attention to this? are they going to care? >> here's what i feel about it anna. we're talking about 19 months from now. we're in april of 2015. you are talking about november of 2016. do i think people are going to go in the voting booth and say, you know i really department like the speech that bill clinton gave half a million dollars in russia just before the youruranium deal. no. some people in the middle independent swing voters may -- it may add to the perception that there's a lot of clinton baggage, do we want to go back to these days? as we see in the clinton email scandal, her ratings for honesty
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and trustworthiness took a real hit in the last month or so. >> you went to the white house correspondents dinner last night. what was your assessment? >> it was fun. i'm exhausted today. i'm really strict about not going out on -- oh, look at that. wow, well that's me on the right, and the fellow on the left is tony romo the quarterback of the dallas cowboys and the beautiful person in the middle there is my wife. i was given him some tips about how to throw the ball especially on some of the deep post patterns, he seemed grateful for the information. >> maybe you should stick to soup. >> i don't know about baseball. or football. >> if you have a choice between sitting next to some senator or sitting next to tony romo he
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was very entertaining. he's a heck of a nice guy. >> what a positive experience. and you look fresh, even though you were up late. >> you would have never known. >> as soon as this show is over i'm going home and taking a nap. >> take care buddy. coming up next cars being recall because their doors swing open all by themselves that's fine except they do it when the car is driving. we've got those details next. she's a woman who never grows old but is the age of adaline worth the price of the ticket? he have -- we have the movie review coming up next. ...and takes the wheel right from your very hands... ...this isn't that car. the first and only car with direct adaptive steering.
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welcome back. we have some headlines for you.
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the u.s. government is reportedly preparing hacking-related sanctions as "the new york times" reports russian hackers actually read president obama's unclassified emails and gained access to the white house email archives. the white house says no classified information was actually affected. and ford is recalling close to 400,000 cars because some doors can fly open while you are driving. the recall covers newer fiesta fusion and lincoln mkz models all made in mexico. more than 200 people have already complained about the problem. i better check my ford flex on that. let's see. >> it sounds like every woman's dream to stop aging at the age
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of 30. here is more with kevin mccarthy. good morning. >> peter johnson, jr. i haven't talked to you a while, buddy? is this sweet adaline or not? >> she stops aging at the age of 29. when we meet her in the movie, she's 107 years old and what happened was she was born in 1908 in 29 she got into a freak car accident which kept her immune from the ravages of aiming over time. she deals with the idea of losing love throughout the year she doesn't want to explain to anybody why she doesn't stop aging. blake lively carries the movie really well. there's a younger actor, plays a younger version of hair son
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forward he was he was a imperson ator they found on youtube. that was a story about how they find that guy. the movie overall is a good solid movie. i grave it a three and a half over five. ellen burrstyn plays her daughter in the movie. i had a chance to sit down with blake lively about the movie. check it out. >> everything is different now that you are like it's just like cars. these are hazards. there's a door. i think, yes, i would be more emotional thinking it was like leaving -- being alive while my child was 80 years old. that would be harder now you that i've looked in her face. i've always sort of been
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innately a mama. >> the movie is a three and a half out of five. i understand you have a big birthday shut-out. >> yes, my grandfather watches every sun. he's 90 years young by the way. he fought in world war ii. he's one of the greatest men i met in my entire life. happy birlingt -- birthday grandpa. thanks so much for being the best grandparents ever. >> happy birthday. coming up, she's being targeted for supporting rand paul because she's black? hear how this teen responds to the shocking backlash up ahead. here's the fox and friends kitchen. there's me with my cousin yesterday, but rick this morning is turning up the stove, bringing the heat. he's whipping up the perfect
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♪ you will remember me remember me for centuries ♪ and just one mistake is all it will take to go down in history ♪ remember me for centuries ♪ hey, hey, hey ♪ ♪ ♪ >> that is the air force academy band blue steel, they are here coming -- keeping us rocking all morning long. >> does that song make you happy? some songs make people happy, they have look like an medicinal effect. all you need is love by the beetles. >> shake it off by taylor swift.
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sell wrags brags -- celebration, and staying alive, and sexy back and 1999. share your favorite songs that make you happy. what's yours? >> either thrift shop but i picked high hopes because i heard it before i was born in my mother's womb. love this song. so happy. ♪ ♪ >> those kids look happy. >> high hopes. >> i had to go a little bit two decades later. it was not a tough choice for me. it was "i'll take you there," by the staple singers. noets ain't -- noets ain't nobody crying.
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>> did that improve your morning. the producers asked us yesterday and i thought about it all day long. it's 20 seconds later, tucker is like i know what it is. for me i thought about it all day and this is what i came up with. ♪ ♪ we go together like ram-ram-rama, ding a-de-dong. that's the way it would be ♪ ♪ >> that is the perfect distillation of your personality. cheerful happy, energetic. we'll be recreating that tuck and i. wait and watch you'll see that during the end of the show. we asked what do you like? >> happy. >> good vibrations by the beach boys certainly cannot be overlooked as an all time mood changer. >> and what a wonderful world by louie armstrong. >> the pace of the song is slower. >> nobody mentioned cats in the
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cradle by harry chafin. >> i wonder why? gee. >> all right. other stories making headlines on your sunday morning to get to now. the family of the boston marathon bomber was just moved out of the massachusetts hotel where they were staying. police and the fbi refusing to say where they are this morning. dzhokhar tsarnaev's relatives are in the united states to testify in his death penalty trial and taxpayers are footing the bill. >> we have spent millions of dollars on tsarneav's defense. the judge said he's not going to release any of the billing documents until after the appeals are exhausted. which means most of us around going to live that long because these appeals are going to be going on forever. >> lawyers are making the case tomorrow. they say his brother was the mastermind behind the attack. and a rand paul supporter is
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targeted on social media for supporting him because of her skin color. a stranger wrote she must not realize his platform. here's how she responded earlier. >> i say it's really sad that we're getting caught up on subjectivity, i shouldn't be on how i look for my political beliefs. i'm going to support whichever candidate which supports the constitution. not whichever candidate people put me in a box and saying i should support. davis she's says been facing criticism since college when others questioned why she joined a republican club. a fund-raiser was blocked. the fund-raiser was ordered $35,000 -- -- the bakery was ordered to pay a fine by a
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judge. it was removed by the site. and those are your headline. let's hand it out to rick on the streets of new york. >> we have a great crowd out here? >> louisiana. >> take a look at this picture coming in from be maine. do you know how much snow you've had? this is what is left of a 20-foot snow pile that was in the yard of gordy up here in auburn maine. 46 degrees, right now, getting up to 55. still chilly going on today and it's going to remain that way for much of the day. in fact the next few days remaining pretty cool. we're going to see at least sunny skies for much of the area. southeast, it's hot in south florida. 97 degrees. we're going to see some thunderstorms across parts of texas and oklahoma and across
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areas of the northern plains we're going to be looking at a pretty sunny day. this continues. we are cooking with friends. yesterday, anna and her cousin made us her grandmother's delicious cheese tart. >> and now what are you making for us? >> peter sun with of the greatest guys around. you and your wife and your kids took me as part of the family. >> you are a dear friend. >> have these guys do it together and so we're delighted. this is our sunday brunch our gift for you. >> really for us. >> i do brunch a lot for friends and i make almost the same thing. i always make biscuits sausage gravy and eggs. a nice healthy breakfast. >> stick to your bones. >> this really simple biscuit
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recipe on the website. you put all the ingredients in. i don't like rolling it out. i don't have about like 1/3 of this counterspace but it's a drop biscuit, so you put all the ingredients in and whisk it around like that and drop it. >> what are the ingredients? flour, cheese? >> flour, baking powder baking soda salt butter. and then so you just drop them right there. >> whoa. >> get the egg going. >> is that over easy or how do you like it? >> i'm not really great at cooking eggs. in a cast-iron skillet, you end up getting the egg you end up getting. and the sausage gravy goes together basically you put the sausage gravy over the biscuits drop a couple of eggs hopefully
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the yellow is still runny and here it goes. >> then we have a garnish, we have a little kind of dessert. this is rick and peter's fruit salad. you drop some o.j. in this fruit. i would say put in maybe five or six sprigs of mint. we more than drizzle it with this wonderful, natural honey. make sure it comes from up high. look at that. that's fantastic. and that makes a wonderful sunday brunch. have some biscuits and gravy and eggs. >> i have a rumbly in my tummy for all this honey. >> i'll call you winnie. >> he admitted he was not good at cooking eggs. >> it's a non-stick pan.
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>> i love a cast-iron skillet. >> i do too. >> these recipes will be on our website. >> eat a biscuit right now. i need carbs. we have more coming up. next hour it's going to be you tucker. >> i don't cook but stay tuned for that anyway. coming up to shift gears pretty dramatically a drone strike kills two hostages including an american. is the white house shieg away from assuming responsibility for this? >> the president did not specifically sign-off on these two separations. jonah goledberg on this one. first up more from the u.s. air force band blue steel. here to perform "my hero." ♪ ♪ ♪
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secretary walked it back. >> the president did not specifically sign-off on these two separations. there are policies and protocols in place for our counterterrorism professionals to make decisions. >> not to be too literal. did he take responsibility or didn't he? here to aelucidate is is jonah goldberg? did he take responsibility or no? >> it's funny, earlier i was listening to how you president obama's white house correspondent speeches are self-deprecating. it's something like that this with this. he says i take full responsibility but i had nothing to do with it. right? that is basically the upshot of it and it's very strange and at first when the pentagon came out and said the president didn't sign-off on this. i really thought it was the pentagon trying to shift the blame on the c.i.a., but then
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everybody -- josh earnest comes out and does it too i think there's something of a pattern here. whenever there's bad news in government president obama said i only heard about it in the newspaper, whether it was lois lerner and all these things when it's good news the president is very eager to take credit for, it like the killing of bin laden. it looks like they are trying to take advantage of all good things are the products of his good will and all the bad things are when people fail to implement obama's goals and ambitions. >> it appears that it's to protect the president's reputation as a great man. >> there's a lot to that. people have been talking for a very long time that the preds is always in campaign mode. when you are in campaign mode
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the candidate is never wrong. everyone has to follow -- fall on theheir sword. this has been the way of his entire presidency. he's being the bigger man for taking responsibility for somebody else's failure. i don't blame him at all for these mistakes. these kind of things happen in war, but this idea that he isn't ultimately responsible for it when he set up this program -- if you set up a program where your guard dog attacks anything that moves, you are still responsible for it. >> i don't blame him either. why the weesasel war. a peaceful protest turns to chaos and violence in the streets of baltimore, all over the death of freddie gray in police custody. are the police taking too much time in getting answers? and animals coming out to
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play at the columbus zoo. we're getting a sneak peek. it is awesome. if you are in the mood for fur, stay tuned. expected wait time: 55 minutes. vo: in the nation, we know how it feels when you aren't treated like a priority. we'll take care of it. we put members first. join the nation. thank you. ♪ nationwide is on your side ♪ people ship all kinds of things. 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
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>> we're getting wild this morning. the weather is warming up and the animals are coming out at the columbus zoo. joining us is president and ceo of the columbus zoo. thank you for being with us. >> good morning. what a beautiful day in columbus ohio and we're so excited about animal encounter village opening. it's an opportunity for people to get up close to all of these beautiful animals from all around the world. i have a few i want to show you
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here. this animal here is a bush baby. a bush baby is a nocturnal animal. they're active during the night and found in africa. it's amazing to see. they have very large, large eyes and they're known for their jumping ability. they can jump leap about 10 to 12 feet from branch to branch. just a beautiful animal. very very light. only a couple of pounds. and they're eating insects. they're eating fruit out in the wild. they also can pollinate because they're traveling through the trees and bushes and then they actually will go from bush to bush and pollen will get on to their fur. it's amazing to see. it is awesome to see and the thing that i love about animal encounter village here at the columbus zoo and aquarium is you can see all the different characteristics. so it's not about tricks. it's all about what the animal would be doing out in the wild and you can learn more about it when you're here at the zoo. it's just absolutely so fun. i want to also show you another
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animal here in just a second. when we do different things we want to want to show special characteristics. we have a bird here that's a bird that you would see traveling through south america in the grass land mainly eating insects but when they come up to oh maybe a reptile like a snake or a lizard they'll hunt that as well. here he is. right here. this is just a plastic little alligator but he'll pick it and make sure t ready to eat and that's exactly what they do in the wild. an amazing bird you can see walking around the grassland and really they can fly but they spend most of their time on the ground hunting, looking for things. it's just amazing how fast they can run as well. unbelievable animal that you would find here at the animal encounter village at the columbus zoo and aquarium.
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we perform different programs throughout the entire day and it's amazing because every single minute every single hour there's a different animal that could come up. you could see a sloth walking right above your head and i also want to show you another animal. we have just a minute to go so if we can see it -- i don't don't you bring it out for me. we have a beautiful one that can jump ten feet in the air and they do it right here. let me see if we can get it out. we have to get it to step away and then we'll get that out. the thing that i love about the columbus zoo and aquarium is what makes us special is we give people taunt to get up close and personal with all of our animals to learn. it all comes down to this. it's leading and inspiring by connecting people and wildlife. that's why zoos are so cool.
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>> you have to get the bird away soon. >> the bird is in. >> babies and animals you can never count on them on live tv. but we can come up and, you know the thing i love about it is everyone loves to see these cats and when you see this animal here they are just amazing. look at this right here. let me see if i can get them upright here. the thing that i love is they're spotted. they're light. they have very very long legs and they have the jumping ability. i don't know if they can do it now before we go. let's see if it can see the feather. oh come on. there it is. >> he's like michael jordan. let's see it. come on. pretend like you're about to dunk a basketball. >> once again this is the columbus zoo getting ready for their animal encounter. thank you for your time. >> thank you. >> good luck and enjoy the sunshine. coming up hillary clinton is
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>> good morning. today is sunday 26th of april, 2015. a fox news alert. three americans, three, now confirmed dead. the tragic details that massive earthquake that rocked nepal. this is a brand new security camera footage we're showing you of the moment of impact. we have a live report with the breaking details. >> and hillary clinton still down playing her cash on the controversy blaming it on the right wing but it's real. could it derail her run for president. >> and celebrities and politicians gathering for what they're calling the annual nerd prom. >> as we all know hilary's private e-mails got her in
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trouble. frankly i thought it was going to be her private instagram account that was going to cause her bigger problems. >> but no one is laughing at this. one white house correspondence dinner guest texting during the national anthem. how she is defending this one straight ahead. mornings are better with friends like you. fox news alert we just told you about moments ago the state department is confirming that three americans, at least three were killed by that 7.9 magnitude earthquake in nepal yesterday. >> that number growing from 2 to 3 in the last hour with more than 2200 people were dead this morning and after shocks are causing panic as the long recovery begins. >> connor powell is live with the latest. good morning, connor.
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>> good morning, much of nepal's capital city kathmandu is reduced to rubble. that death toll at 2,200 people but the number will increase as the after shocks continue and they try to find more bodies but increasingly they're recovering bodies. on saturday a massive 7.9 earthquake shook the entire region around noon local time. panicked residents rushed to the street as the earth shook furiously. the initial earthquake was felt from india to china. the total destruction is just beginning to be realized. nepal is a poor country and many of the buildings are crudely built so the infrastructure has been devastated by these. bridges and roads have been destroyed. at least 17 people part of teams trying to climb mount everest were killed making it one of the deadly yesterdays on the legendary peak.
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it's the height of cliemgmbing season and hundreds of werners are still missing. rescue crews from the united states are in route to help and they already pledged a million dollars to help with the clean up and rescue and that number will also increase in the coming hours as well guys. >> all right. >> thanks a lot connor. >> as we mentioned we were reporting earlier this morning that two americans were among the dead. now we're learning of a third. we don't have an identity on that third. we'll bring that to you as we do but we know one of those is 33-year-old google executive who is also the former boyfriend of an actress you may noel sofia bush who is of chicago p.d. and one tree hill. they broke up about a year ago after a long distance relationship but still feels very strongly for him. she gave a statement. she said he was one of my favorite human beings on earth. he was one of the great loves of my life. he was one of my truest friends,
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incredible brother, brilliant engineer and a good man. i'm devastated and so deeply grateful to have known and love him. >> let you know this took place at everest base camp at an altitude of about 18,000 feet. to say it's remote is an understatement so information from that area is very slow on the coming. we have an i.d. for the second american killed. she is 19-year-old marissa, apparently a doctor. hundreds of people are gathered at everest baste camp as the beginning of climbing season. many were in their tents when a massive avalanche slid down the mountain and killed them as they slept. >> and she was born in new jersey but working for a seattle based climbing company called madison mountaineering. unfortunate. we're following other stories on your sunday morning. chaos in the streets of baltimore. protestors setting fire smashing windows and clashing with police.
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at least a dozen arrested. thousands gather to protest the death of freddie gray that died from an unexplained final injury while in police custody. his sister calling for police. >> y'all please please stop the violence. freddie gray would not want this. freddie's father and mother does not want violence. violence does not get justice. >> the protest heated upright outside camden yards. 36,000 baseball fans told to stay inside the stadium even after the game until things calmed down. >> at this hour heightened security at los angeles airport. there's no specific plot but concerns increased as a result of intelligence from overseas and monitoring of suspected radicals inside the united states. >> developing overnight one person is dead and four sailors are still missing this morning after sailboats capsized off the coast of alabama. a strong thunderstorm swept through a regada. more than 100 sailboats and 200
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people were participating in that race. one person was rescued from the water overnight. the coast guard is searching for more survivors. >> president obama letting loose and taking jabs at his staff during last night's annual white house correspondents dinner. >> some of you know a few months ago a drone crash landed out back. that was pretty serious. but don't worry. we installed a new state of the art security system. >> there's some for you. >> making fun of all the recent white house security breaches in front of hundreds of the media's finest at the so-called nerd prom. it seems like this washington post columnist was texting on her phone during the national anthem but she claims she was just taking notes for her job. not a good time. >> she is texting was the flag still there? yes it was.
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>> washington post workers never stop working. industrious group they are. >> yes they are. >> take it away. >> all right. if you enjoyed yesterday's weather across the northeast you'll like it again. still chilly but mostly sunny and a cold front has drived down across central florida and you have another really warm day in store. snow across parts of ohio and into west virginia. that last little bit of rain is going to exit over the next couple of hours and then clear out quite a bit but across the west this is the next system bringing rain and mountain snow. you have been plagued by it. some of that energy moves in toward the plains today and we're going to be watching for severe weather. maybe a few tornadoes. large hail going on here into eastern texas. start the west and move to the east and tomorrow we'll see it across east texas and much of
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louisiana continuing. could see a tornado or two. temperature-wise most of the country is a little bit below average except for the far southeast where it's above average. everybody else is maybe 5 to 15 degrees below average for this time of the year. warm up a little bit. tomorrow fargo you get to 71 degrees and eventually we see temperatures climb a little bit across the great lakes but in general no huge signs of a big warm up anywhere just yet. some of us might be ready for an 85 degree day. are you ready for that? >> i don't like the tease though. >> just give me 5 to 10 degrees. that's all i want. >> i like that. >> thanks. >> exactly. >> the 2016 hopefuls are in iowa talking about religion. >> marco rubio is there and ted cruz governor rick perry, just some of the attendees. >> and john roberts is live from
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des moines in front of the capital there. >> good morning. that was a big night for christian conservatives at the point of grace church where nine of the 2016 presidential hopefuls addressed a group of people very important here in iowa because in 2012 they made up nearly 60% of all caucus goers and while they talked about jobs foreign policy national security religion was front and center and the family research council released this video to churches across the country hoping that they'll play it saying in light of the supreme court hearing arguments about same-sex marriage this coming week it makes the fight to defend and preserve religious freedoms all that more important. in his speech last night texas senator ted cruz already announced for president was very much on the same track talk about the necessity for preserving religious freedom and in an interview with me prior to his speech take aim at businesses he says are caving to a left wing agenda.
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listen listen. >> big business is willing to stand against religious liberty. far too many companies are saying we're willing to trample on the first amendment rights of christians in order to give in to the gay marriage agenda of the democratic party. >> one of those fortune 500 companies they're taking aim at is apple saying that they can't understand why apple's ceo tim cook would assail the religious freedom law passed in indiana while selling his products in countries around the world where being gay is punishable by imprisonment or even death in some countries. >> that's a great point. thank you for going and bringing us the latest from there. >> interesting. thanks. >> coming up hillary clinton is trying to pass off her cash controversy as a little distraction but could it derail her entire 2016 campaign? ann coulter joins us live next. >> and you've seen the kiss cam
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>> a new book detailing tens of millions of dollars to the clinton's foundation and clinton's personality comes out in two weeks. it's garnering a lot of attention through a new york times article with some of its contents. >> joining us is ann coulter. great to be with you today. >> thank you good to be here. >> the story is complicated and winding and the thought by some
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democrats, the hope by some democrats is that the average voter isn't going to make heads or tails of it and will forget about it. do you think that's possible? >> well i think of all of the clinton canscandal this will impress the experts the most but fall the flattest with regular people because it is complicated. we know that by the fact that this is the story the new york times is going to be covering. not the one about hillary laughing about a little girl that was violently raped by hilary's client who she got off. that's not the story the new york times will be putting on the front page but i think even the fact that the clinton foundation collected $500 million and spent 400 million on its employees, ie the clintons and their friends, and another 25 minute and 500 million on travel. that's something that ordinary people understand immediately.
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they grasp that and it's more background noise. another scandal and what is it with this woman? it's one scandal after another. can't she learn? >> but there's no other explanation other than influence buying. if you're a foreigner dictatorship you could give money to the red cross or an organization that provides care to the people in need. you wouldn't give it to the clinton foundation unless united to buy changes in american foreign policy. >> no that's right and especially some of the donations and what appear to be changes in policy. it's always hard to prove those things and you know there will be an army of people denouncing those accusations and saying you can't prove it. there's no solid evidence for that. i think all of us will think it's pretty bad but i think a lot of the other clinton scandals are far worse. i keep thinking back to you see
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the clinton bragging something they used to always brag about that it was the new york times that covered white water first. well the new york times has a way of covering things to make them so mind numbingly boring that no normal person can follow the story as they did with white water and i think they'll be able to do that with the influence pedaling between hillary and the clinton foundation. but the fact that they took in $500 million and spent 400 million of that on themselves that needs no further explanation. we don't have to talk about any influence and i just think -- as i said in my column this week she is a very unappealing person being pushed on the democrats by the feminists the same way some not particularly electable candidates get pushed on the republican party by the national tea party leaders. and the real question is who the
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republicans are going to run. >> i want to piggy back off that thorn in the side of democrats come period meant you just made. if these allegations of bribery and corruption proved to have some sort of merritt that spells trouble for democrats so are they starting to think they need to get another candidate to throw their hat in the ring. >> it may still be hilary. the feminists will be mad if she doesn't get the nomination on the other hand you have governor o'malley and various others. i can think of a lot of more attractive candidates than hilary. she didn't come up through the ranks the way most politicians do. her claim to fame is she was married to a guy that had an affair and then obstructed justice and somehow feminists think that means the rest of the
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country owes her. >> but maybe that is her appeal she'll a woman and suffered at the hands of men and they can relate to that. >> i think it's getting old and tired. again ordinary people are sick of all of that and now we have to make her president to make the feminists happy? i don't think it will be a very appealing campaign slogan. >> you're very direct. that's why it's always great to see you in the morning. bracing bracing. >> coming up a peaceful protest turns into mayhem in the streets of baltimore over the death of freddie gray. where are police and their investigation of what happened? a fair and balanced debate on this next.
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minutes as police try to separate the fighting groups. wow. and a burglary suspect in the backyard of a colorado home. here the pan finally swings a golf club at a yorkie maltese. he is shown spraying them with a chemical called pepper spray. >> baltimore protests started out peaceful but turned violent yesterday. protestors smashing police cars looting stores and a fire and a dozen are put under arrest. are authorities moving fast enough in this case? and are they doing enough to quell violence in baltimore. two linked questions. joining us now for a legal
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debate attorneys, good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> what's your thoughts on this? you know we saw down in south carolina on the walter scott killing that there was an indictment within days. now they say we'll have some answers in may. is there a delay here or not? >> how much faster are the police expected to move? i mean this death occurred a week ago and unlike other cases we already have the police department coming out and admitting some degree of liability. in two instances they said listen first we didn't get this man medical care and we should have and we didn't follow protocol by strapping him into the van as we should have so at least we already know that the police department here is going to be responsible for some level of damages. do we want any old answer or do we want the right answers? if we juan the right answers it's going to take time to get there. >> but what about the fact that -- how did this thing morph into this yesterday? police understood there were protests. there were thousands of people
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and now we see police cars getting trashed and stuff on fire and looting and a lot of americans -- and i have gotten e-mails this morning that say what is that about? >> well i have no tolerance or sympathy for the protestors. we can't cow down to the protestors protestors. they're not the ones that need the answers. the people that need the answers are the family and the police personnel who is going to be disciplined or lose their job or pay out money for this. >> what do you say? >> you have an interesting perspective on who should be prosecuting this case. >> i think the operative word is the police. she stated the police about 20 times right now. the problem is the police investigating this. does anyone else see a conflict here? this police officer works for the police. my take on this is we need an independent prosecutor and independent investigators investigating these cases all across the country. the same department that the person works for can't be the department investigating and
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that's a reason why people are so out of control. >> and you're the former prosecutor and you say if you put an indepen dendent prosecutor in there. you take a lot of the passions out of it and you say okay we'll have a determination on the local and state level before we start to get to the federal investigation. >> it's the appearance. it's the appearance that everybody is in bed together. we have to take that appearance out. we need to change the jurisdiction where they're investigating. we need to change the prosecutor. it makes sense. >> in every case we can't give them an opportunity, the local police department to do the right thing? there's no indication that they're not doing the right thing. >> it's an appearance. >> we'll leave it there. two smart lawyers. two smart sets of opinions. thank you for being here on this sunday. coming up no needs for moms and dads. public schools are going to parent your children. do you think that's a good idea? do you think that's a good idea? we're going to report and you're
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♪ >> amazing, amazing. that is your shot of the morning. the song my hero by the air force academy band blue steal. they have been performing for us all morning as we promote the air force efforts to boost cadet recruitment recruitment. here to tell us more about the musical mission is julie bradley. you guys are awesome. >> thank you. >> thank you. the crowd is enjoying it very much as well. tell us about this. the air force academy, i will tell you as a kid we would always drive up i-25 to denver and you can see the academy from colorado springs there on the road and you think that's the most beautiful building and as a
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kid i want to go. you need more people to go to the school. >> we do and we're here in conjunction with the air force academy talking about the unique opportunities at the air force academy and thanking our veterans for their service and sacrifice. >> tell us about the unique opportunities students would have by going to the school. >> there's 27 different majors. it's competitive to get in there but they have a forum going on in pennsylvania on saturday. the 2nd of may that can give students information about getting into the air force academy and what it takes. >> what's it like going to school right there in colorado springs? it's such a beautiful area. the mountains all around? >> it's gorgeous and we love it. but we love it here too. >> how long have you been playing together? >> about 15 years. >> really? >> yes. >> it sounds like it. you're awesome. thank you for being here this morning. how can people find out more information? >> air force academy.com. >> that's it. thank you very much. all right. let's talk about your weather this morning.
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nice morning here in new york city but i want to talk about the weather in nepal. the efforts going on in the search and recovery of the earthquake. we're about 30 hours out from the earthquake. the sun is about to set. can it go into the second long night here. time running out. temperature 64. weather not looking that bad. back here across the u.s. into the northeast we'll be looking at a pretty nice day. still a little bit chillier than most of us would like. we'll see a scattered shower or two. down across the southeast, clearing out across much of the southeast but we'll see some storms this afternoon. all right. we'll send it back to you inside. >> the music has the power to make you sad to glad in like two seconds, right? well the telegraph has ranked the top songs that make people happy. we're asking you at home what yours are but here are just a few of the ones that made their list. the first one, all you need is love by the beatles. >> shake it off, taylor swift.
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>> celebration by kool and the gang. >> staying alive by the bee gees and sexy back by justin timberlake. >> and they said what do you guys love? i love high hopes frank sinatra. an oldie but goodie. yeah there's frank and the kids. >> high hopes. >> high in the sky hopes. >> that worked out. that has lifted my spirits. it's a place of euphoria unlike this song. i will take you there by the same singers. >> we'll travel with you. >> mercy. somebody help me. >> that's a funeral song if there ever was one. that's going to be at my funeral. >> a new orleans funeral. >> exactly. >> i thought about this all day long. i'm such a music person and i
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was jamming out all over my house. but the one i came up with i think we can all rally around. watch it. ♪ some day there's going to be an anna's dance party show on this channel. >> you were in the running for the remark of that. so i vote for you. >> yeah i can put on some black leather pants and tell me about it stud. paula on facebook said walking on sunshine. love love it. >> and janetta, sweet caroline by neil diamond always a crowd pleaser. >> and anything by kc and the sunshine band. >> they have been here and they're fantastic. who looks more like danny?
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tucker or me? >> he has the dimple chin. >> yeah i think of myself as more of bowser. >> was that grease. >> rizzo. or frenchie. anyway right to your news headlines. americans showing their support for alleged isis recruits. families and supporters of the six minneapolis men accused of plotting to join isis gather on the steps of the minnesota state capital. they're demanding all the suspects be released ahead of their hearing. they were all denied bail earlier this week. the supporters maintain the young men are all innocent until proven guilty. right now the search is on for a fisherman that defied the odds when he survived 12 days stranded at sea. now ron ingraham vanished again but it was destroyed when it
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capsized off the coast of hawaii. he was not wearing a life jacket. >> seaworld trainer barbie is now out. animal rights is praising the company for the move. seaworld faced intense scrutiny over their treatment of animals and safety of their animals. they have also done a lot of rescue and recovery efforts as well. 39 minutes after the hour. now one football team has a flex cam and it's proving you should never underestimate the power of a woman. >> whoa whoa what is this. oh my goodness. holy moly. oh my god. man, you have been stoned my brother. wow. look at this. >> this unsuspecting guy is no match for this jacked woman sitting next to him. the two were caught on the flex cam at the philadelphia soul arena football game. she is so jacked i think she
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might be a plan. >> i'm all for female empowerment but that is too much. >> she's in tremendous shape. >> yeah. >> coming up on fox and friends, over the past decade immigration in america has soared to record highs while your paychecks shrink. maria says this is no convince consequence. she joins us live next. >> and we'll show you how we make our meals in the fox and friends kitchen. it's my turn with the help of the executive chef of the best italian restaurant in the united states. don't miss this. i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24. learn more by calling 844-824-2424. or visit your24info.com.
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good morning a shocking new report shows as the foreign born population in the united states has grown over the past 40 years the income of american wage earners has declined.
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>> with immigration numbers expected to grow what does this mean for the future of the american worker? let's ask host of sunday morning futures, maria. what does that mean? >> it's a tough story for american workers. the fact is that immigration is at the root of so much economic development and in some cases lack of in terms of jobs. so as the immigration numbers have increased, here's the numbers. since 1970 the foreign born population of the u.s. is up 325% and at that same the same time frame wages are down sharply in the double digits and the amount of money that the 90% bottom in term of income earners has declined sharply. >> exactly. that's the point. the top 10% benefitted. everyone in my neighborhood is a beneficiary of increased low skilled innovation. most lose. >> most people lose and the issue is i think everybody agrees that this has been an
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immigrant country and that we are diversified and want to see immigrants in this country but when you start looking at the impact that it has on american workers you recognize these issues in terms of the path to getting there and keeping the boarders open are difficult and it does impact workers on the wage side the skill side and the opportunity to work. >> what about the argument that these are jobs that americans don't want? that these immigrant workers legal or illegal are taking jobs. >> it's hard to say these are jobs that americans don't want when you look at young people and the unemployment rate of young people today above 20%. young people want a job. so yes, at some point you want to see jobs that are high paying that require skills. those jobs going to americans but at the end of the day it's a job and when you first get ouftt of school you don't have skills and you just need a job. >> exactly. today you have quite a show put together and this is
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interesting. >> we have senator lindsey graham coming on the show. we'll talk about the economy, iran the 2016 race and of course he has been talking a lot about his own prospects of throwing his hat in the ring and we'll ask him about that as well if he is going to declare and we have the former ambassador robert jordon coming on the show getting the latest thinking out of the saudis in terms of yemen. first we thought the air strike was over and we see there were increased air strikes overnight and we'll get his sense of what's happening with the saudis and how much iran has been pushing against the saudis. that's next. >> you'd be crazy to miss that show. >> thank you so much. >> it's a smart interesting show. >> i appreciate it. thanks. >> see you in 15 minutes. >> thanks a lot. >> coming up no need for moms an dads. public schools are going to parent your children. is that a good idea? you decide straight ahead. >> and all week we show you how
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hi, everyone. happy sunday. some quick headlines for you now. talk about a full service school. four public schools in madison, wisconsin, will soon provide breakfast and dinner and homework help and even doctor visits for students. the program is aimed at helping less fortunate families take better care of their children. and she thought she was a
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millionaire, but an iowa casino refuses to hit up. she hit a $41 million jackpot at the casino in waterloo but the casino claims there was a glitch and she only won $1.85. the iowa supreme court agreed throwing her case out. oh man. >> all right. well cooking with friends this morning. earlier, rick and peter showed us how to make a delicious sunday brunch. >> now it's tucker's turn. he's here with the executive chef from one of new york's finest italian restaurants. >> it is the single finest restaurant in new york. >> i stand corrected. >> every week. i had dinner there last night as i always do on saturdays. i have the meatballs. he's going to show us how to make the best meatballs anywhere. what's in the balls? >> the ball is three types of meat. usually a beef veal and pork. >> how do the flavors go together so well? why all three meats?
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>> the pork compromises with the other two meats. it's very simple. my trick, i put a little ricotta inside. the onion i saute first. then i use a panko. parsley. >> had isthis is fascinating. you're reverse engineering the greatest entree i've ever had. >> after having a meatball sub. >> you can't have enough meatballs. i feel great. >> what's the one key of the meatball you have to make sure to get it moist or mix pded right, whatever? >> for me it's got to be very moist, the meat is not chopped too fine. it's got to be fresh. >> as you're cooking, i want to bring on another man here who
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has a signature feature of the restaurant. that is a massive block of parmesan cheese. each one of these costs $700. they're flown in from italy. when you sit down they come and tear off a chunk on your plate. >> i actually would take that guy down to take that piece of cheese home. >> it's unbelievable. i didn't realize it costs $700 but it's worth it. so you've mixed everything in there. >> we roll it. >> how do you size the meatballs? >> it's all by hand. each one is three ounces. we try to keep -- we do a little ricotta. >> these come on the plate in tomato sauce and i arericotta cheese. i don't even breathe when i eat these. >> the important question is when can we start to eat these? >> i'm ready.
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let's go. >> here's what i want to know. tucker since this is like you cooking with friends but you brought in a surrogate r you going to start making this at home? >> i don't cook. i know my skills. cooking is not one of them. i am an excellent finder of good restaurants. >> ladies first. >> i don't do a lot of twitter, but you can call me. i'm in the book. >> here's somebody who likes to make a meat loaf instead of a meatball. >> you can do that too, yes. also for cocktail you can do the little one with a little ricotta cheese. >> or you could go to the restaurant which you should do. >> thank you. so what do you think? >> don't go anywhere. this is my body of proof. proof of less joint pain. and clearer skin.
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♪ ♪ >> the air force academy band. amazing. we've been talking all morning about songs that make people happy. we asked what yours were. we got some great responses. >> peter on facebook says "jump
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bts by vanhalen. >> debbie says "footloose." no one cannot dance to that song. >> totally true. >> "just to see you smile" by tim mcgraw. >> good one. >> song makes me happy. >> that's pretty nice. they're so revealing, your song choices. >> it tells us so much. >> cheerful optimistic. >> once again, big thank you so the blue steel band. >> and thank you for making brek breakfast for us today. >> and thank you very lunch. >> a big show coming up tomorrow. we have donald trump fresh from receiving a big award from the marine corps. jenna lee and her brother zach. and rand paul is on tomorrow. that'll be interesting. >> and we have country singer tyler farr. >> great monday. that's a busy monday. you have a busy great sunday. >> everybody, hope you have a great day. we enjoyed keeping you company this weekend. log on to foxandfriends.com for
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our after the show, show. >> we'll have more with these guys more with the blue steel band. ready to play some more? all right. by the way, on twitter people are saying i love her voice. beautiful. just so you know. >> make it a great, great day. see you next week. good morning. iranian warships turning back in a sign of de-escalation in the arabian gulf. hi, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." chose warships headed home as saudi-led air strikes continue to pound yemen. we have the former ambassador to saudi arabia with us. and iran reportedly claims progress on the nuclear talks. lindsey graham lays out what he says he needs to see in any final deal. plus how are oil prices affecting the global economy?

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