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hi friends. good morning today, it's sunday theed third of may, 2015. i'm anna kooiman, as tensions between cops and citizens reach an all-time high, an nypd officer is shot in the head multiple times. as protesters celebrate the arrest of six arrests of cops in baltimore, where's the same outrage when a cop is shot? >> all of a sudden there is a cause of arms there's a demonstration and they want to call for somebody's head.
>> is there a double standard at play? it was one of biggest nights in the world of sports. >> floyd mayweather. >> from the kentucky derby and the boxing what were you watching? "fox & friends" begins right now. good morning everyone. >> look who is here. >> you must be a conflicted sports fan. what did you watch yesterday? >> i went to the rangers game yesterday. i get back in trouble back in d.c. when i say i root for the rangers, it was hard to be a caps fan when there are nine fans there. when you are in d.c. 40 50 100 rangers fans there.
if you are a caps fan, you get beaten up. welcome to new york. we have much more on the big day in sports a little bit later on the show. first, we want to get to this fox news alert. you see what happened here yesterday in queens city in new york. this police officer, 25-year-old brian moore shot in the head while sitting in his car with his partner, when he noticed an individual carrying something suspicious in his belt buckle and asked him, hey, what's that in your belt buckle. >> this all happened at 6:15 last night and when he went and tried to confront him, that's when shots were fired and he ends up getting shot multiple times. he was in plains clothes at the time unmarked car. totally devastating situation. >> the early report is that the round may have entered his
cheek. he's in a drug-induced coma. there's home -- hope he can live. police officers are not perfect, but they are out there trying to protect us. >> this comes on the heels of the two officers that were shot in brooklyn of course. we saw the violence spilled out on twitter at the time who said he was going to seek revenge for the michael brown shooting and shot two officers in the car and fled into the subway and shot himself. the suspect is demee tree us blackwell. he had been arrested multiple times. >> he's a frequent flyer in the system. we don't know if he's politically motivated as the other situation was. nonetheless, it's a tough situation to have five officers shot cht they go into these
drug-infested neighborhoods, and putting their lives on the line every day, and their names have to deal with this. you wonder where's out remaining when police officers get shot. you see these protests and riots and the looters and the arsonists going on in baltimore, the terrible things that happened in ferguson where's the outrage when a police officer gets shot what's exactly what sheriff david clark wants to know. >> it's always like these cop haters are immune to this stuff. they are the same way on the black on black crime, shrug their shoulders. let any officer, shoot a suspect, all of a sudden there's a cause to arm and demonstrations and calls for somebody's head. it's really warped. these men and women put their best foot forward and the overwhelming majority do it the right way. >> and the lack of support for police officers doesn't end there. go fund me the website denied a
page for baltimore police charged in the death of freddie gray. >> they recently changed their terms of service because they didn't want people who are fighting a legal battle to set up pages to raise money and this was set up by the fraternal order of police and within 40 minutes or so of having set this up it was pulled down. they raised a lot of money and this was -- they are saying we're supporting the families while they are out of police custody at this time while they are free on bail this money was to go to support their families help them get food on the table. that's what the money was meant for cht. >> and you hate to hear that but at the same time if there was somebody on trial for, you know child pornography or child rape or something like that and they had a page set up for them you could hear the outcry from the other side as well where would it end? >> hopefully the police union will find other ways to raise
money for these officers. while they not are on go fund me they will find other way. >> protesters are celebrating like this. >> we're live in baltimore with the latest on yesterday's round of celebrations. >> it was a celebration here and what an awful, awful contrast we see in between what happened here and that police officer being shot in new york city and the pendulum has swung way, way too far in the wrong direction, a lot of people would maintain. but it was another quiet night in baltimore as that 10:00 p.m. curfew continued and police came up their pace of slightly more aggressive and proactive policing in response to dispersing the crowd. 11:00 last night, there were 20 arrests in baltimore and that after a day of insendary
speeches out there, calling for them to rise up against police officers. one photograph was a protester with a traffic cone busting out a police officers car window. his mother urged him to turn himself to police and he's facing i 500 d rus,000 -- $500,000 bond. >> any time a child busts a window out of a pcar, his bail was $500,000. we did not a -- we cannot allow them to tear up democracy in our face. >> we are expecting another day of rallies perhaps as not as well organized here. the aclu is calling for the curfew to be lifted.
it's taking a terrible economic toll here. the inner harbor in baltimore has been very quiet. the hotel was expecting two conventions, both canceled. 25% occupancy. you are seeing this across the city. >> the optics weren incredible. the orioles game crickets not a single player in the -- >> no fans allow. but there were some trying to look in. headlines, a nuclear deal with iran approaching a june deadline the obama administration may have to strike a totally different deal. major weapons and security guarantees in exchange for john kerry's iran nuke deal. the council will meet with president obama later this month
to ask for fighter jets missile batteries and more and they will outline terms if united states would intervene if iran. the husband of sheryl sandberg's 47-year-old husband suddenly died. it's unknown how he died. the family says they are shocked by his passing. >> awful. >>. a u.s. college student locked up in north korea accused of ending the country illegally, according to north korea's state-run media, the 20-year-old confessed to entering the country. he's a junior at new york university. he's originally from south korea but now lives in new jersey. and a rare earthquake
rattling western michigan security cameras catching the moments a 4.2 tremer hit. it was felt across the state and all the way into parts of ohio illinois and even canada. no injuries were reported. the quake even woke that woman up. we've got janice dean in the weather center. >> i helped head pick his pocket chief. >> yesterday, i tried on different hats every hour and i could put different pocket squares every hour. >> tune in! >> very nice to have you, ed. let's take a look at the radar right now. fairly quiet this weekend. we are looking at the potential for some severe weather to set up across the upper midwest and the central u.s. as we zoom in. there's your forecast radar. we could see isolated tornadoes but this is going to be a severe weather outbreak. if you live across the upper
midwest, minneapolis, wisconsin, parts of iowa keep an eye to the sky and ear to your local weather forecast. the good news is it's going to be warm. we're going to get a warm up as far east as the northeast. it's been cooler than average. look at the temperatures 81 in dallas 77 in new york city. back to you, ed and anna and clayton. did you get to watch some sports yesterday? i'm sure you did. i'm sure you are probably conflicted out there because there was so much going on. it might have been the greatest sports evening or afternoon ever. the big fight was the highlight was it last night at midnight. >> it got a late start. >> the kentucky derby, of course. >> nfl draft and nhl hockey playoffs and red sox versus
yankees. >> did you watch the mlb basketball? >> it's really hard. >> it's a lot easier to hit that big ball though. >> i saw this yesterday, i had a really difficult time getting to vegas yesterday. it was hard for me to get there. i flew my private jet in there yesterday, i don't know if you saw how hard it was for me to park down there. if you see the parking lot, it took me five minutes to land my jet down there. >> there it is. >> which one is yours? >> the big one? >> i couldn't find a place to park. it took me five minutes. >> that's not even where the most jets were. kentucky derby, 177, berkshire hathaway meeting, 174,
mayweathre-pacquiao mayweathre-pacquiao, 14 it. >> we're making up sporting events. >> did you watch the mlb basketball game? let us know. email us if you saw them. >> nhl boxing was great too. coming up on the show this morning while protest evers are celebrating the charges filed against the six baltimore police officers experts wonder if they have enough to support the charges. >> one day after kate middleton gives birth, she's out looking great. ♪ ♪
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gray. officer cesar goodson faces the highest charges of second degree murder. what's the chances they are convicted? here to break it down. all six were charge. you say that marilyn mowsby had to do this why. >> she had to charge everyone who was possibly involved in freddie gray's death. from the beginning, we knew there was an illegal arrest and two officers three officers put him in the back of the van and we don't know exactly what happened from that point on. so she had to charge everyone in order to get to a conviction. >> in other words, it was a method to get them talking and possibly telling on each other? >> yes. absolutely. we don't know exactly their involvement and she may not know either but in order to get some people to turn on others in order to get people to start talking about exactly what happened you have to have something over their heads. if they are not facing charges, then why would they tell on
their comrades at all, that way when you have officers charged in looking at 63 years in prison 50 years in prison that will influence anyone to break down the blue wall of silence. >> some have said they think the charges were too stiff that she was over charging and one of reasons could be a plea or some type of bargain later. let's cut through the legal jargon. the second one -- the first one is second degree deappraised heart murder. >> that charge is on the driver. he drove the van and tried to kill freddie gray bumpy ride. >> that would not be intentional murder. >> the recklessness comes into the invor voluntary manslaughter. they didn't call the medics they didn't give him the
attention he needed when he asked for the inhaler. >> and second degree murder. >> it's very similar situation, second degree murder and then the misconduct in office, that is one that's confused a lot of people that means you have to physically be in office, that is misconduct while being a police officer on duty a lot of them were thinking misconduct in office was doing something with paperwork or files. that means they were doing something while they were functions as police officer. >> while unlawful imprisonment. >> unlawful arrest. they didn't have probable cause to actually arrest them that's where the false imprisonment comes from. >> we'll continue to follow this. >> it's going to be fun to watch. coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, americans trapped in yemen can't rely on the united states to get them out. >> when you said that you
alerted them to opportunities to leave the country -- >> correct. >> what are those opportunities? swim? >> leaving our own citizens behind. a retired green beret with his message to washington next. it started as a dare by her daughter. find him the best-looking man and give him a big old smooch while you are running the boston marathon. she's on a mission to find this guy.
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quick headlines now. afghan and taliban officials day two in reconciliation talks in quatar. and devastating new pictures show the desperate scramble for supplies dropped in one of nepal's remote villages. it's been eight days since the 7.8 magnitude earthquake in mountain areas are still waiting for aid. the death toll now past 7,000. clayton and ed over to you.
>> hundreds of americans trapped in yemen amid the chaos there. forget about relying on the united states to get them out. >> it's not that we can't. there's always a decision different factors are weighed whether it's a security situation, whether it's how we would be able to do this. >> when you said you alerted them to opportunities to leave the country. >> correct. >> what are those opportunities? swim? glare there at the end. check their website for details while trying to hitch them to a ride along rescue efforts around the country. and here is former green beret. when you hear the state department say check our website. >> i looked atir website. one of them struck me there's a french frigate that's available
to you. it's not in sport. -- port. you are going to get out from the land to the french frigate. that's boggling to the mind. things like mogadishu in minds of officials. >> it speaks more do you have the ability and the will. we obviously have the ability. not only do we have the ability, but we just recently had the u.s. s. roosevelt, we have a full carrier task force in the region and i think there are a still few more ships. we have the ability, but i think we've lost the will to do something. >> it would be a complicated mission, right? we're talking hundreds of millions. you have al qaeda in the arabian peninsula there, which is the concern. if you send american troops there, they would be at risk. this is a difficult mission but
obviously you feel worth the effort. >> first i should say when the state department issues you a warning and says look it's time to get out, you should take it seriously. there was an american killed last month to rescue his daughter and his wife. they are dispersed throughout the city. there's no real way i think to get them all into a certain area. that would be difficult. however, i would say that let's consider what the risk would be if we don't. right? now that this is all over the international media, who else do you think is watching this? you have you've got al qaeda in the arabian peninsula and isis what a coup if we can get 100 americans, let's think of 100 americans laid up on a beach on their knees. that's something i don't want to see. >> critics say we're leaning too
heavily on our partners on the region. >> the loyalties there, yemen has always been conflicted you've got conflicts within the tribes conflicts between the tribes. you have this proxy war between iran and saudi arabia. we had the best footing there possible. we had a special operations task force that was there, that had to leave and we left about $400 million worth of equipment by the time counting on other nations to come to our aid -- >> tough choices. benjamin collins thank for joining us. liberal billionaire george soros has been dodging for years. walking across the country, to make sure everyone knows the sacrifices the military makes while serving our country.
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>> here ye. >> introducing the newest princess to the world yesterday. looking like prince charles and princess diana 30 years ago. a two-year-old prince william walking into to london to meet his little brother, harry. and bringing george to meet his little sister. and how amazing did she look just ten hours later? she has a whole squadron. >> she looked just as beautiful ten hours after pregnancy, after giving birth, my wife is watching. >> dear jesus i love you, you are awesome, please let me look half as good as kate middleton
after giving birth, amen. >> i'm not okay with how good kate middleton looks after giving birth. this isn't fair. she looks better than me on a good day. >> this is floral dress, jenny pakaow dress. these fashion designers are very lucky. >> think about the baby clothes. that's going to be a boon for the baby clothes too. harry is now fifth in line. other stories making headlines. a horrific mass slaughter by the islamic state.
huns of yazidis murdered. isis captured thousands last year when they attacked their village. thousands fled to the nearby mountains and trapped there. two crew members are recovering after being injured during a ten-car crash. it slapped into the pit roadway walking those crew members over. both men are out of the hospital. the driver was not injured. he was also involved in a pit road fire during the last race in virginia. three crew members injured there. your morning dose of irony. george soros an advocate for higher taxes on the wealth may soon face a tax bill of nearly get this -- $7 billion.
he's reportedly been delaying tax payments for years thanks to a loophole in u.s. law. that loophole just closed by congress and now soros will likely owe taxes on the $13 billion he made in that time period. he reportedly until 2017 to pay up. right now, a tennessee woman is looking for the mystery man she kissed on a dare while running her first boston marathon. she looks great after running 26 miles. her daughter dared her to kiss a good looking man. the single 55-year-old delivered some lip service to this guy. the mother and daughter duo will join us tomorrow. >> i wonder if she's going to go. she's obviously more fit than he is. >> perhaps. i love the man, i didn't shy away from it.
a random woman wants to kiss me. >> janice dean is outside. >> anything is possible right now at 6:30 in the morning, hello? that guy? >> we'll hunt some down. you know that i will take you up on that challenge. let's go to the map, shall we? let's take a look at the temperatures. 51 here in new york city 66 in new york city 52 in provo, 81 in phoenix. we've got a tremendous warm up here in the northeast. everyone is very excited about the 80 degree temperatures mondays and tuesdays and d.c. looking good too. feeling like summertime. let's take a look at the radar. not too much going on in the map here, but later on today, this afternoon, into the evening hours, we're going to be looking at the potential for hail damaging winds, maybe an isolated tornado, today, maybe tomorrow and portions of texas. just real quick, can you believe we're going to be watching the tropics later this week.
perhaps our first tropical storm. this is pretty early. hello anybody? >> come on down free kisses. some people on social media wondering how does she do it and a lot of people are wondering how janice dean does it. >> mystery machine wrapped in coffee. carry the load honors fallen heroes with each step. the president of marine corps law enforcement foundation they join us now. joshua tell us about the program. >> so carry the load was started back in 2011 and what it is is basically provides an opportunity for americans to come out and be reconnected with the sacrifices of our military law enforcement, firefighters and rescue personnel. the relay itself starts in west
point new york and travels down to dallas 24-hour period rain or shine, regardless of the weather. >> a lot of people think on memorial day, they are going to the beach, have a barbecue. what else do you want them to think about? >> the sacrifice our military made over the years. i was a vietnam veteran, when i came back in 1969 it was a different atmosphere. we were treated with indifference at the best and disdain at times and now to see this group carry the load bring it up another notch -- >> what's the difference you feel now with our feks coming -- folks coming home from iraq and afghanistan? >> myself it touches me when you talk about iraq and mosul and to know individual like lieutenant who laid down his life while operating in the streets of mosul and my
situation compared to ed was much different, much warmer individuals were in the airport looking to greet you us. >> tell us about clint bruce. >> clint bruce, he really -- it was his experience in the military and the friends that he had lost that brought him to a state where he decided after one of the memorial day barbecues that we celebrate, and the sales and friends are having a good day off, and he said he thought this isn't how i want to remember my friends who given up their lives. he strapped it on in dallas. it's an opportunity to connect with our communities where tragedies have struck so much with them. >> as average citizens see them carrying the load making this walk it gets it going. thank you so much. for more information, log on to carry the lord.org. you can -- carry the load.org.
coming up here on the show. forget the national guard, would baltimore be better off sending in the moms? >> i just kept asking him what did the police do to him to be out there trying to do what police have already been accused of doing, two wrongs don't make a right. >> should more parents be like toya graham. are parents too soft on their children? the tough love lessons all parents can learn from her. is hillary turning on her former boss and her husband? that's next. ♪ ♪ ♪ i can't go for that ♪ no no no can do ♪ ♪
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this morning. a quick look at your headlines. a traffic stop traumaticizing one police officer. >> step out of the car! step out of the car! 3-22. 3-22. >> after arresting the driver the officer spotted a wanted man hiding in the backseat. he took off with the car with the officer desperately holding on. in a scary moment in a golf tournament in san francisco, holmes hits a ball which bounces off a tree and smacks a volunteer in the head. the man was down for several minutes, but he's doing just fine. fore! ed wow. she's running to keep a democrat in the office but is hillary clinton distancing herself from the two most recent
democratic presidents many her husband and her former boss. will this approach help her? >> what do you make of hillary clinton? we knew that she might distance herself from president obama, she was secretary of state, it's going to be hard for her to separate on some of these foreign policy issues that are hot spots, but all of a sudden she's distancing herself from her husband. >> yeah if you look at his policies tough on crime, he was absolutely for traditional biblical type marriage, she's supported those back then and she's changed. one thing that is similar, after her husband would victimize women, she would victimize them and now she's still victimizing victims of crime. >> let's listen to what she said this week and what her husband said. >> it's time to change our approach. it's time to end the era of mass
incarceration. we need a true national debate about how to reduce our prison population while keeping our communities safe. >> 100,000 more police officers on the street. [ applause ] >> provide boot camps for first time nonviolent offenders, more space for the hardened criminals in jail. hillary clinton and other democrats are saying whoops we went to far. >> it's a real shame. we go through these things as a former judge who has tried every kind of felony there is we see this we see the waves. for a while, we're going to feel sorry for the criminals, and then crime increases and increases and then we have a crackdown where we're going to be tough on crime, and then crime goes down for a while and we're at that way where crime has gone down and so now you
have all these people going back. i can't help but wonder there are a lot of democrats that worked very hard to make sure that felons in some places can start voting. maybe she needs their votes. >> on jeb bush for example, right, he's not going to be with george w. bush and with his father george h.w. bourbon -- bush on every issue, what's with hillary clinton? >> it's more like revolving. you'll see her focus on is more her vision for the future. any time you have such a sordid history of accomplishments, like benghazi she didn't provide the protection she needed and when they were under attack she left them alone. she reset russia so now they would feel free to go after ukraine. i mean, with her past she's going to have to talk about the future. >> she's only been a candidate
for three weeks and already i suspect there's a big debate ahead. >> she's been a candidate forever. clayton. coming up forget the national guard, would baltimore be better off sending in the moms. >> i just kept asking him what did the police do to him to be out there trying to do what police have been accused of doing, two wroks don't make a ride. >> should more parents be like toya graham? the fight of the century, floyd mayweather versus manny pacquiao. behind the scenes ringside next hour. doug. you've been staring at that
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the best buy rated mattress with sleepiq technology. know better sleep with sleep number. and welcome back. forget the national guard. would baltimore be better off sending in the moms? this mother seen around the world speaking her mind. >> i just kept asking him what did the police do to him? let me not say that i understand my son was angry for a lot of reasons, but to be out there trying to do what police have already been accused of doing, two wrongs don't make a right. what lessons could parents learn from her? let's ask, co-authors of the new book "be the best mom you can be." >> your reaction when you saw that mom, what did you think? >> i commend her for having a
vision for her child. i think she loves her child and she doesn't want him to be a part of the pattern of her own past. i think all of us moms and i put myself firmly there, i wrote a book "be a better mom" not a perfect mom. this is dealing with reality in the 21st century, whether we're in baltimore or in our own communities, we're dealing with lots of issues on discipline. one of the realities of this new world is single parenthood. here's some statistics out of baltimore. 64% of kids live in a single-parent household there. 35% of those kids live in married households. it's a big problem. >> it's a huge problem. what we see statistically, children in single parents home have a much higher incidence of drug abuse and incarceration and suicide and all these very negative statistics. moms and dads are important and
that's why we wrote this book to help moms be better. >> what are some tips out of this book? it's called "be the best mom you can be" you mentioned vision. what do you mean by that? >> it's critical for families to sit down at the beginning of their union together to discuss what they want in their marriage and what they want for their children and as their children grow older, it's important to sit them down and have a continuing conversation through the years about where they see themselves in their families so you all feel that you belong to each other. >> belonging is what you mentioned is the second tip in the book. what do you mean by that? >> belonging, it's so important that we have to belong to something, human beings we're by nature social beings and unfortunately if we don't belong to the family as children we're going to belong to a gang or something else. so it's so important whether it's a single mom or single dad or a traditional family to have a sense of belonging one to
another and the children in this group which is bigger than just themselves. >> it all gets tied together with love. >> absolutely. this generation is getting hit very hard with the stresses of the 21st century. three, suicides is the third leading cause of death for teenagers. parents have to address these issues. the world doesn't shy away from these issues and in the family that we have to you know really deal with this. >> thank you guys for joining us. the book is called "be the best mom you can". your military family for every one copy folks buy out there, you'll donate one to a military family. >> we hope it's a double blessing to the folks who buy it. we're not perfect parents. everybody needs to get better and to our u.s. military moms and dads who are serving and god bless them. >> thank you guys. >> thank you. it's a privilege. plus coming up here on the show it's a packed show
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i'm anna kooiman and a fox news alert. breaking overnight as tensions between cops and citizens reach an all-time high an nypd officer shot in the head and the suspect has an extensive criminal past. updates this morning. protests in the street after six officers charged. guess who is fanning the flames? >> they point the evidence take four or five months to study it and come back with nothing. why al sharpton is saying this prosecutor got it right but in
ferguson and new york they got it all wrong. she was fed up with her ten-year-old son's bad behavior. she called the cops and had him put in handcuffs. was it tough love or bad parenting? you decide. "fox & friends" starts hour two. welcome into "fox & friends" weekend. ed and carlton here this morning. janice wanted you to switch up your pocket squares. >> i didn't realize janice helped dressed you this morning. >> technically, i did too. >> she dressed me in the green room. >> it's a pleasure to have you here this morning. >> tag team dressing this morning. we're going to a fox news alert now. >> an nypd officer is
hospitalized in critical but stable condition at this hour just hours after annex couldn't victim allegedly shot him on the head. he was on duty in queens when an man opened fire on an unmarked police car last night. >> 35-year-old demetrius blackwell fired two shots. that's when he and his partner confronted blackwell. >> blackwell has a long criminal rap sheet. he was arrested less than two hours after the shooting. >> doctors say it could take days before they follow the extent of his injuries following surgery. he's the fifth new york officer to be shot in as many months. >> you are not seeing outrage about this police officer's shooting. this comes on the mention of the heels of what we saw in brooklyn and those officers
shot in cold front in -- blood from the michael brown shooting. thousands of protesters celebrating in the streets. turning a march into a victory rally. take a listen. >> lives matter. >> black lives matter. their cheers coming one day after six cops were arrested for freddie gray's death. we've got the latest. >> when the pendulum swings too far in one direction and when the rabble rousers, that shooting coming on many days of speeches in baltimore. we have one speaker cited winston churchill.
and another one, a photograph appeared in the paper, his mother and stepfather urged to turn similar he have -- himself into police. he did that and facing $5 h 00,000 pond. >> we cannot allow them to tear democracy up in our face while we pay for it. when is a man's life worth less than a damn car window? a car window? he turned his self in. and in that one case you see so many of the sociopathologies of the inner city. he had a string of juvenile offenses. his mother was arrested for prostitution. one out of every four of the houses were boarded up. they are once populated by
baltimore's blue collar class, the machinists steel workers, they all moved to china and third world. >> jobs gone. thanks a lot. one of the reasons that governor hogan is calling for a day of prayer and peace today. guess who was there fanning the flames again? can you guess? who would you think flew down there? it's al harp ton -- sharpton. he's raising some interesting questions about the prosecutor. he's saying she acted swiftly, she made the right choice but she's not fearful of the police unions that others are fearful of. that's why she was able to act so quickly and decisively. >> critics are saying she moved too quickly.
they will find out if they have the evidence later on. >> when you have prosecutors that don't fear the police union and don't fear there is going to be some backlash they go by the evidence. when you have prosecutors that are playing politics they put the evidence aside, take four or five months to study and come back with nothing. >> on the other hand you have critics say can she make an impartial decision on this? she acting more like an activist partially because of her connections, one of her mentors is the freddie gray family attorney who donated the maximum amount to her campaign under the law.
he said look as an attorney as a prosecutor that's who you raise money from all the time. he said i don't care about that at all. that's the other side of it. >> she could make a decision that isn't emotionally involved. >> the news conference when she announced the charges, she said no justice, no peace, i hear you. that suggested that was -- that politics was at play. if there was a rush to charge these officers it's going to come out. does chef a bias? does she have a larger bias that would prohibit her for being fair and objective in this? and the daily caller uncovered some quotes. it's been 78 days since michael brown was shot in the street by a police officer. it's been 101 days since eric garner was choked to death by a police and 54 days since the new
york city medical examiner ruled that incident a homicide. officer darren wilson ended being exonerated. calling for an indictment turning out he was not culpable is a great contrast. you wonder what the reaction will be if the officers are exonerated. >> we're going to take ben carson's take on that. this also making headlines. another fox news alert, an horrific mass slaughter by the islamic state. hundreds of yazidis prisoners murdered. isis captured thousands of yazidis if you remember last year during attacks on their villages and thousands more fled
to nearby mountains. tragedy in the tech world, the husband of facebook's chief operating officer sheryl sanberg has suddenly died. the couple lived in california with their two children. riept, it's unknown how he died. his family says they are shocked by his passing. obama care financial woes nearly half of the 17 states with health care exchanges are struggling financially. some states are considering raising fees on insurers sharing costs with neighboring states or asking more federal grants. the fight of the century goes to floyd mayweather. he beat manny pacquiao. and it comes down to two minutes? >> dortmund coming to the
finish american pharoah and victor espinosa has won the kentucky derby. >> in front of a record crowd of 170,000. the horse was favored five-to-one, he is pi nose za won last year with california chrome last year. janice dean nice to see you this morning. >> you brought up yesterday that it was national naked gardening day. >> i cannot say, but i had to wear a lot of sunscreen yesterday. >> no tan lines for j.d. >> i did tweet out a picture of my garden gnome. did you see that? >> let's do the weather. we've got some radar happening and a little bit of a storm system moving across the upper
midwest and the great lakes. the potential for severe weather today. if you live in these areas, the potential for large hail damaging winds and isolated tornadoes, trying to hold it together. so if you live in that area just be aware, we could see the hail damaging winds, isolated tornadoes and the flooding threat as we go through the week this week especially across texas. tornado threat we're right on target for tornado alley, so these are the areas that we typically look formal tornado probabilities and our highs today very nice for much of the country, feeling almost like summertime. back to you. i wonder what the spf was. what would you do if your fifth grade son was talking back not lynning. whou call the cops? >> she's under fire for calling police on her ten-year-old son, slapping him in handcuffs.
he thought he was being arrested. she's trying. -- he's crying. >> this is certainly getting attention where the mom grabbed her son and said you better be not part of this looting and it really captured the attention of the nation. >> calling the cops might cross a line. >> you run into the dramaticizing area. look at his face. >> when you turn to violence and this type of behavior my humble opinion that there's a lack of communication and it falls back on the parent to be a better parent so you are turning to other people to parent for you in this situation, a ten-year-old. >> it was her decision. it wasn't like the teacher's decision to call the cops and teach him a lesson. i'm not a parent. will be one day hopefully. ic see the other side of it too. this parent knew this this type of discipline would work for her child. just like your kid is cussing on the playground or something, you
decide when he comes home that you decide to wash out his mouth with soap. >> i hope some of viewers have tweet you the @fox and friends. >> friends and fox news.com. coming up, it's been run entirely by democrats for the past five decades. and a high school principal student athletes in an optional prayer meeting, now he's out of a job. more ahead.
welcome back. riots in baltimore now putting another failing american city in the spotlight. it's been run by democrats for more than 50 years. the question this morning, are liberty policies to -- liberal policies to blame for the chaos there. >> here is lieutenant colonel alan west. >> you say that liberals are embracing the rahm emnanuel never let a crisis go to waste. >> they are trying to stir up a sentiment and emotion but they are not really talking about the real issue. earlier in the program, you had two individuals who talked about the out of wedlock birth rate and the number of single parent
household families 64%. lyndon johnson said we will give a check to a woman had a child out of wedlock and as long as she kept the man out of the house, they will continue -- she will continue to get a check. thankfully that mother came out and took care of her son, that was one of six children where was the father where was the dad? the rate is 72% nationally. it's 68% in the hispanic community. the city council has been exclusive exclusively democratic and school leaders, and the mayor, i wonder what you would do differently. you were just talking out of wedlock births. what would you do differently if you were in charge of this city? because you are a conservative who doesn't like government
programs how do you deal with these problems? what would you do differently? >> well, first of all, i would go back to the fundamental principals of booker t. washington at the tourn of the century for the black community. he talked about education, snirp and self-relying and all of those cities that you see, baltimore, chicago, detroit, new york you don't see that. first and foremost we have to be better education opportunities. we need to come in with school choice vouchers charter schools and maybe even promote home schooling? some instances. i find it very odd that first black president canceled the school voucher program and yet he sends his kids to sidwell friends. we have to get capital reinvested into the inner city so we can have small business entrepreneurship once again and most importantly is self reliance we have to break the
tentacles of the welfare-nanny state. you have to have the right tax policies that reignite production and manufacturing in this where i country so we can get that growing. we've got to start producing and manufacturing in america and get those jobs in the inner city. get those blue collar jobs back. it's a story we told you about, a college protester stomps on the aflag. now his disrespect for america takes a whole new sick level. >> i am about to do the eric shepard challenge. hands off [ bleep ]. >> you can't even watch that. a former navy s.e.a.l. is going to be here to react on social media. >> it's the event everybody is talking about this morning.
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there were your gaggle of stars, of course. >> tell us what it was like ring side. we heard about michael jordan and robert deniro and donald trump was there. and beyonce and jay zee were there. >> i saw tom brady, and jake gyllenhall and i turned around up in the bleachers was a person of interest and they were sitting in the bleachers, which made it difficult. >> you had better seats. >> it was crazy. truly crazy. >> what i wonder is when you were talking about, you made a good point about the pay per view you are paying a lot for those seats there and the fight, mayweather threw 435 punches. pacquiao threw 429 punches
about, the same but mayweather landed 148. pacquiao only landed 81. the efficiency in part we're told pacquiao actually had a shoulder injury we did not know about until last night. >> well it's interesting that we didn't find out about that injury until after the fight, but i suspect that really didn't have much effect on it. it was basically a boring fight, and i do -- you could feel it when we all left the stadium. people were deflated. it wasn't -- it didn't live up to its hype. >> that is a good point. you are getting right down and being very blunt about it. we hear your voice. we want to make sure you get some tea, honey, lemon, but you still look fabulous the morning after. thank you for joining us. a high school principal leads student athletes in an optional prayer meeting and was
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baltimore cops arrested and charged in the death of freddie gray. he died while in their custody after suffering a spinal injury. and though the prosecutor has provided some details about his exact cause of death, our next guest says the case is still surrounded by suspicion. joining us now is dr. ben carson. with your unique perspective, being a local and also a physician, medically, what do you think happened? what could have happened? >> i think putting all this together and i haven't seen the records, but from what i've been able to hear that when he was arrested he was put on the ground and somebody's knee went into the back of his neck. now, this was not an intentional injury. this was a way of subduing the suspect. that probably produced the instability, and then by putting him in a van and having him
rattle around that's when the spinal cord injury occurred. >> you also said doctor you were happy to see the prosecutor marilyn mosby coming out sooner rather than later. she's been criticized for that. why do you say that? >> because tensions were mounting. this is clearly something went wrong here. there's no question about that. people don't develop spontaneous trauma of this nature to the spine, so that was just going to fester and create more discord and violence and that we don't need. you know a charge has been made. obviously, the system will now work through it and, you know medical experts will be called in the evidence will be analyzed quite carefully. it will be possible to make a pretty significant determination of exactly what happened and that's the way the system should
work. >> dr. carson you are in detroit, where you are from you are getting ready to make a big announcement in 2016. you've already made a video how you want america to heal survive and thrive. are you going to announce whether or not you are running for president? >> i'm going to make an announcement about whether i'm going to run for president and why. there is no question that our nation is in very dire straits. we have a very amount of division going on. we need to address that because we have people outside of this country who want to destroy us and our way of life. why would we help them? we need to talk about the economy which is causing a host of the problems including thinks going on in baltimore. you hear a lot of people saying that the economy is great, unemployment down. why can't these people find jobs? we got to put our brains into
gear and start thinking about these things. and the whole leadership issue is lacking. i'm very glad anterior -- there are a lot of people who are running because the people will get an opportunity to really hear of a variety of solutions and make a wise choice. >> you talk about a divided america under president obama. how do you alter leadership and when there's a tragic situation like the freddie gray death that is dividing america further? how do you unite people and help these communities like baltimore to thrive? >> well i think you have to be even handed. we need to be just as outraged when a police officer is killed as we are when a citizen is killed. police officers are very important. what if they weren't there? people would come in your house. they say i want this t.v. better still, you get out, i'm taking your house. it would be total chaos. they are the only thing between us and total chaos. we need to be able to look at
both sides. we need to be equally outraged but more importantly we need to be establishing appropriate relationships within communities. that's something that somebody with a bully pulpit with down. the first encounter with a young man should be a pleasant encounter with a police officer. police in our community. they are not all bad. of course not. >> tuesday, we will hear an announcement about a possible announcement correct? >> actually monday. >> monday. >> tomorrow. >> you are to go on our show on tuesday. >> he's ready to go. >> tuesday, it's old news. dr. ben carson, great to see you this morning. thanks for your perspective on this. some other stories mang making headlines. yemen officials say at least 20 arab coalition troops are in the
country on a mission. citizens are advised to check the state department website for the next rescue opportunity. >> you've got aq al qaeda in the arabian peninsula. what a coup. let's think of 100 americans on a beach laid up on their knees. that is something i don't want to see. >> the state department says it's working with other countries to help rescue americans. scary moments obdidn't orb an a virgin flight. it turned around and landed with fire trucks waiting on the tarmac. it turned out to be a problem
with a fan and the flight took off shortly after. and a school district throws the book at a high school principal but not the one he read from a prayer meeting. he was fired after reading the bible. >> i am proud to see our football team taking knee and pray before and after games, and also in clubs and we're just shocked. >> and he says he was only filling in for the person who normally leads the class. regardless the district superintendent put him on indefinite administrative leave just two kas after the meeting, he was only filling in for that as we mentioned. and the avengers are proving mighty once again with the new release of "age of otron".
>> you are a puny banner. >> take it away clayton. >> i saw it on friday. early estimates have the summer block buster hauling in over $200 million in its opening weekend. ultron is on track to surpass that. it looks like it had the second biggest opening day in history. >> did you see it? >> i'm not going to go. >> i'll see it twice. i'll see it once for you and janice are you going to see it? >> of course. you didn't tell me is it any good? it's fantastic. >> in comparison to the other ones does it live up to the hype? >> nerds are taking over we're in charge now. we're in charge. >> we could put that on a
24-hour loop on "fox & friends" and they would be glued to the set of hulk and tony stark and all those other guys. and we have the review of the film. nerds here. let's take a look at the maps. i'll show you where we're in for some pretty nice weather across the country. 50s and 60s for most. 79 in phoenix. we've got cooler air moving across the northern rockies. a little bit of a set-up here for severe weather, including hail damaging winds and isolated tornadoes across the upper midwest. we're into may and it is this time of year. the forecast is spectacular. we're going to be in the 80s for a lot of these cities monday and tuesday and heading toward the south, a lot of 80s on the map with plenty of sunshine. great news there. across the upper midwest, that's where we're going to see the rain and the potential for some flooding. a little bit of snow across the colorado rockies which again it's the time of year where we
see the springtime snow a little bit rain as well as that system moves east ward and i want to point out it's very early to see tropical activity across the southeast coast but we might see it heading into next week. the first day of tropical season is june 1st. this would be early. we'll be watching the tropics later next week. back inside ed clayton, anna. coming up here we told you about a college protester stomping on the american flag. how his disrespect for america takes a new sick level. watch this. >> i'm about to do the eric shepard challenge, hands off e.j. [ bleep ] play. >> a former navy s.e.a.l. here to react to this disgusting social media trend next. it's the last thing you want
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thanks so much. it's a story we told you about. a college protester stomps open the flag and now that disrespect for america takes a whole new sick level. >> my name is erica walker and i'm about to do the eric sheppard challenge. hands off e.j. [ bleep ] play. >> america is upside down. this is so hard to watch. it's dawl the -- called the eric shepard challenge, a self-proclaimed terrorist, a member of the new black panther party. where does this come from? this girl obviously thinks it's cool to stomp on the american flag. this is a growing problem in my generation, generation y we don't respect authority and the rights and privileges that we have. people like this need to be showed up. i'm a small government guy but i would say that it's time for our
lthers to introduce something to make it illegal to disrespect the flag and treat it like a citizen. >> this guy has helped to organize protests before. >> we tolerate it. we continue to let people go and they glorify it on social media. this is the problem with our society. we have this access to social media where one dumb person can make a massive statement nationwide and get other people to follow him, which is disgusting. >> it's obviously a sick knock-off of the als ice bucket challenge and she's got this jovial look on her face as people do when they do the a.l.s. ice bucket challenge before they do it. how disrespectful is this to this group too? >> it's incredible. my brothers and i went overseas and fought very hard for what america stands for and that is briptd flag. if you are a citizen and you see this happening, stop it. i don't care what the
ramifications are, you need to stop it. >> this is a lack of education. does this woman not know if she went to another country, she would be a woman treated like a second class citizen in many other countries? do you think she doesn't know? . >> try in china or north korea and see what happens. their slogan says crowd funding for earn apparently that doesn't include the officers facing charges in the freddie gray case. is this a sign? it's probably the last thing you want to watch midair. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> a new instructional video of a plane crashing is not only terrifying tech coming to you. the cyber guy has those details next. ♪ ♪ ♪
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i learned a lot when the camera stopped rolling and i talk to the director who had been there for 12 years. i said how do you fly differently with your family? he said let me just tell you. he had a laundry list of airlines that he won't get on none of which we'll ever cross here in the states certainly and really about how to get out of the plane and 86% of all airline accidents are survivable which is a surprising statistics. >> is this going to be installed on air crafts so our next flight we get a look at this. >> this is the future of flight training. we're going to see flight crews training this way very soon and we'll see now that at home for anyone who has got a sense of a fear of flying. it's a life jacket the first one, let me go to this one. first you have an app that does this. if you have a fear of flying and you are wondering oh, my gosh what are my chances, this app will predict it.
it's called am i going down it is $1.99 at the itunes store. if you are really scared about flying you put in the departure airport where you are aright airline, when they are green like that you are looking good on your airport, and the yellow the london heathrow means there's a greater chance of an accident or incident at that airport. they come up with stats. i will be run over by a truck or struck by lightning before that plane crashes. it makes me feel better. >> that's light -- like the death countdown app. i don't see i don't want to see this. >> learning to brace. i thought i know everything. i've been toll flight training school. this app actually let's you interact with your screen on any smart phone. you brace for the impact simply by guiding how you would posture
yourself in the seat in the event the aircraft were going down. >> that one called learn to brace. >> and what i failed on when i took this test is how i grip behind my afternoon kels. here's what you end up. you drag these yellow objects around and you put yourself in the right posture. you tighten your belt. you brace forward. i originally had put my hands incorrectly on the seat in front, and no that was the wrong thing to do. to put your hands behind your legs, which are tucked underneath you is the thing to do. >> life vest. >> this is one from the same folks showed you start to finish it's all based on the ditching in the hudson. this one takes you from in your seat how to get the life vest out and the tricky thing is putting the belt around and
tighten in while you are seated and belted in. it's kind of tricky. this will walk you through all of that. >> three interesting apps and the future of flying training. thank you so much. you can check out cyber guy.com news letter. protesters in baltimore celebrating in the streets as six officers face charges in the death of freddie gray. guess who came down to fan the flames? >> they put the evidence aside, take our or five months to study. come back with nothing. >> why al sharpton says this prosecutor got it right. find the best looking man during the marathon and give him a big kiss. now she's on a mission to find ain. she needs your help.
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♪ hi everyone and goerng today is sunday the 3rd of may, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. a suspect with an extensive criminal past just charged after shooting a new york city cop in the head. the latest on his condition this morning. and shutdown. a funding page supporting those six baltimore police officers charged in the case they have now been pulled from online after 40 minutes. is the public rushing to judgment? and did you stay up late to watch this? >> landed for pacquiao and mayweather. >> floyd mayweather jabbing his way to the top. the highlights from the ring and all of yesterday's major sporting events "fox & friends" hour three starts right now.
♪ ♪ hi everyone. so nice to have you here. "fox & friends" weekend. >> welcome in. thank you for joining us in our living room. >> we have a guest on the couch this morning. ed is in. >> you are a conflicted sports guy, you are from new york and your capitals are in the playoffs and you went to a raenkers game. >> i went to a rangers game. i was rooting for the rangers. i am conflicted. i'm from new york. >> one of five capital fans. >> they beat you up if you start rooting for the kapps. maybe i'm just a wimp. the fox news alert, we learned the man accused of shooting a nypd plain clothes officer in the head has been charged.
>> demetrius blackwell opened fire on 25-year-old officer brian moore in the unmarked police car last night. >> blackwell was taken into custody right after the shooting. moore is in critical and stable condition this morning. doctors say it could take days before they know the extent of his injuries following the surgery. he is the fifth new york city police officer to be shot in as many months. you remember the tragedy with rafael ramos and wan jen liu. no justice, no peace! >> their cheers coming one day after six cops were arrested
following developments in freddie gray's death. >> it looked like big celebration instead of protests. >> what a contrast to what happened in new york city. a terrible situation. it was another quiet night in baltimore last night after that 10:00 p.m. curfew took effect. the combination of that curfew, also the charging of the six police officers and a little bit more aggressive policing as the week has progressed has really paying off right now. we saw only 20 arrests as of 11:00 p.m. last night. in a rally here at city hall yesterday afternoon, we heard some provocative rhetoric from the speakers. one evoking the words of winston churchill and another speaker citing the case of allen bullock. he was photographed smashing a police car window with a traffic
cone. after his parents saw that photograph in the baltimore sun, they urged their son to turn himself into police. he did just that but now he's facing $500,000 bond and the prospect of eight years in jail. that while other arrested rioters were merely set free. >> we cannot allow them to tear democracy up in our face while we pay for it. when is a man's life worth less than a damn car window? a car window. he turned his self in. the six police officers charged in freddie grey's death has all been released on bond ranging from $250,000 $350,000. the governor of maryland, larry hogan is calling for a day of prayer and peace. this is a city that badly needs it. ed back to you.
>> doug mckeller live in baltimore. the protests were mostly peaceful guess who is fanning the flames? al sharpton. >> shocking the msnbc host flew down there. he wanted to tie this altogether in one large narrative. he said look she's not handcuffed by the police unions in baltimore and doesn't need to be fearful of them. take a listen. >> when you have prosecutors that don't fear the police union and don't fear there is going to be some backlash they go by the evidence. when you have prosecutors that are playing politics they put the evidence aside, take four or five months to study it and come back with nothing. also taking this opportunity to call for body cameras on aw law enforcement officers but on
the flipside of what al sharpton is saying is the opposite. others saying that marilyn mosby had a rush to judgment. and we heard yesterday on our show our guest said he's going to be exonerated. something clearly went wrong here for freddie gray to die tragically but whether or not these officers are going to be sentenced and going forward with the prosecution, remember this prosecutor in maryland months ago said that ferguson wasn't moving quick enough on a prosecution and in the end officer darren wilson was exonerated. >> we no, i don't all the circumstances, all the evidence that will come forward mere in -- here in maryland. >> many say this was rooted in race, when we looked at the mug shots, half of them were white and half of them were black.
there was a go fund me page that was set up for them to raise money for their leg fees and also for their families and what happened clayton? >> it wasn't for their legal fees. from what the website says and the fraternal order of police they said it was for their living expenses while they were out on bail so this -- you know against their ems terms of service were just changed recently. go fund me doesn't want people creating controversial pages so you can support their legal defense fund and the fraternal order of police saying this is when they are out of bail and trying to put food on the plate of their family when they can't serve their community. >> you are saying this page shouldn't have been taken down. >> think about it. we do this politically correct moment with go gunned me can you -- go fund me what if there
was, we're not comparing these people at all, what if it was some lone wolf style terrorist awaiting trial, the outrage we would have that people are actually pouring money into a terrorist page. >> a child predator or something. >> it's an interesting discussion. we love to know what your thoughts are this morning. go to fox and friends news.com and let us know. >> we're waiting to hear their side of the story as well. other stories making headlines, this other fox news alert, horrific mass slaughter by the islamic state. hundreds of yazidis prisoners murdered. thousands more if you remember fled to nearby mountains and were trapped there. tragedy in the tech world,
the husband of facebook's chief operating officer sheryl sandberg has suddenly died. 47-year-old dave goldberg was best known as ceo of the website survey monkey. the couple lived in california with their two children right now now his cause of death still unknown. a 3.9 magnitude earthquake outside of los angeles and western michigan also rocked by a earthquake 4.2 centered near kalamazoo. tennessee woman is looking for the mystery man she kissed on a dare while running her first boston marathon. barbara says her daughter dared her to kiss a random good-looking man and take a photo of it. she delivered lip service to
this man. they join us tomorrow as they try to find the mystery man. it was such a crazy day of sports yesterday. what were you watching yesterday? because you had a long list of things to pick from. huge boxing event was late at night. anna was up late watching that. mayweather versus pacquiao. pay per view there. mayweather won that. the kentucky derby, always exciting. the nfl draft is exciting at the beginning, we're now on day four five -- >> the 30th round. >> who is left at this point? the nhl playoffs. >> big show down between the red sox and the yankee as well. kentucky derby winner is american pharoah and the same jokey from last year with california chrome. >> his last one was 2002 the
trainer for american pharoah. >> his name is espinosa, the jockey. will he race at the belmont and the preakness on the back of that horse? that doesn't necessarily happen. >> we haven't seen a triple crown since the early 70s. >> i think you are right. >> we had some viewer responses this morning, people weighing in on what they saw. >> kathy on facebook wrote, the brewers. they actually won a game. >> i'm right there for you. >> the derby, of course. >> the clippers they upset the reigning champions, the san antonio spurs. the fight was too rich for my blood and the nfl draft was over in a half hour on friday night. mayweather is a defensive
fighter and all of them were going to watch this fight to reenergize it. >> people were saying mayweather was hugging pacquiao. other thing we're learning about is pacquiao hurt his shoulder. he said it was not a huge factor but at his post fight news conference kept mentioning it because they threw about the same punches. over 400 punches each but mayweather landed far more punches than pacquiao. >> you heard the boos there as the unit nous victory was red. clearly the crowd in favor of pacquiao. he got two rounds of boos last night. mayweather did last night. >> people are saying the punches were counted incorrectly. >> ths a two-way conversation.
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why. the whole leadership issue is lacking. i'm very glad there are a lot of people who are running because if people will get an opportunity to really hear a variety of solutions and make a wise choice. that was gop hopeful dr. ben carson earlier on our show and this week he's expected to announce a run for the white house and he's not the only one. joining us now with a preview of 2016 expected announcement and a preannouncement of an announcement before his announcement on fox news sunday. good morning, chris. >> good morning. it really does show how strong this republican field is because you are talking about three folks who are going to anous this week that they are running for president. ben carson a world famous neurosurgeon an extraordinary story, came up from the streets and extremely under privileged
childhood in detroit. obviously not a professional politician. that's a good thing. carly fiorina, the first woman, the head of a fortune 100 company. and you've got mike huckabee who won back in 2008 the iowa caulk can you says finished second to john mccain that year and the interesting thing, while they are all interesting, all have interesting things to say, i think will all add to the debate i think honestly you have to say at this point none of them are top tier candidates that gives you a sense of how strong this field is. >> there were voters frustrated while all the republicans were running, and bernie sanders says
he runs 20 -- 2016. >> he will certainly go after her from the left. after said that if you look at the polls, it's not much of a race and there's very little of a reason to think it's going to become much more of a race, in the iowa caucuss, he may be able to push on issues of wall street and the billionaire class, in terms of being competitive in terms of the democratic nomination that would be a huge. >> all the unrest in baltimore, do you think that's going to have an impact? >> having said that there are a lot of interesting things you can say. you saw hillary clinton this week talk about restoring trust between the police and the community. you can talk about various social programs. i don't think it ends up being a
top tier issue in the race. i mean generally speaking what are the top issues always in presidential races? peace and prosperity national security how you are going to take on the threat from russia and from islamic radicalism and what are you going to do to jump start the economy. now, that has an impact in terms of the inner city but it also has an impact more broadly in term of the middle class across the country. >> you have some guests from baltimore today. >> we do indeed. we're going to talk to donna edwards. she's going to be along with the lawyer for freddie gray's family billy murphy. talking to them about the situation on the street and tough charges against those six policemen and what happens if they are not convicted. there are some people demanding convictions. that's not quite the way the criminal justice system in our country works and we're going to talk to another potential 2016
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like this. i think it worked. >> he's ten-year-old it seems like -- critics think she may have screwed up for a number of years and she's pawning it off on someone else. >> it sounds like it wasn't so extreme. it doesn't sound like it's a constant behavior pattern. it sounds like this boy is a little disruptive and it sounds like the school and parents failed him. it takes the power away from his mother by not dealing with it with the school coming together figuring out a plan and making sure something happen. calling the cops is the last resort. if you have tried every other obstacle and nothing works. >> people are comparing this to
hitting a kid. it's on par with that. you disagree. >> i disagree. if you look back of the history scared straight program -- >> you see them on tv the specials on the scared straight. they come into schools. >> it started in 1978 and it's shown it doesn't work. i do know that and taking that knowledge, i think in certain instances it can work and if you are at your wit's end as a mother she was trying to mother and parent. i don't really take issue with it. >> isn't he traumatized now? >> absolutely. he's too young. if he's 16 and it's a constant behavior pattern and nobody gets through to him, i'll talk about it then. this is a ten-year-old. i have a ten-year-old. he's been disruptive in the school. i'm working with the school to figure out what works. i'm not calling the cops to parent my child. >> at 16 i don't think you are going to change the behavior pattern. it wasn't extreme. it was a five-minute ordeal.
>> it is extreme. did you see his face? >> i think he gets the message. >> look at that. >> that face. we would love to hear from our viewers this morning. i remember you used to be a former fight doctor at madison square garden. what did you think? >> i was a little disappointed. i wish it was five years ago, but i like all the stuff surrounding it was a lot of fun, but it was a little boring for me. >> how are those boxers feeling torng -- this morning? >> a little sore. no one took a really big hit. it's hip accuracy the liberal billionaire has been dodging uncle for years. the south is known for some good home cooking. we're learning the secrets to perfect fried chicken just like mama used to make.
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morning. >> i'm the town crier. the duke and duchess introducing the newest princess this morning. >> take a look at thxt on one side a two-year-old prince william walking into the hospital to meet his brother harry. and on the other, william bringing his own little son meeting his little sister. >> the princess is unnamed at the memo we're still on princess baby name watch. >> anna, i i'm thinking. >> oh, that's nice. everybody on facebook and twitter, they are fired up how does princess kate do it? this is amazing. >> it was ten hours after. she got some make-up on. clearly, she has a team. >> she's got a squad. >> on social media, dear jesus i love you, you are awesome,
please let me look half as good as kate middleton after giving birth. amen. another one says i'm not okay with how good she looks after giving birth. this isn't fair. and kate looks better than me on a good day. you know what she's also so much scrutiny and that's kind of an unfortunate think, princess deanna that was one of her demons too. any time she would wear pink it was oh, that's a sign. this is a jenny packem floral dress. it's going to be flying off the shelves at the store. >> you could have told us it was from the gap. i would believe you. >> let us know your thoughts on it. a u.s. college student is arrested in north korea, accused of entering the country illegally. according to north korea's
state-run media, 20-year-old waun mu jau is arrested. he's a jean i don't remember at -- junior from new jersey. he advocates for higher taxes on the wealthy and liberal billionaire george soros may face just that with a tax bill of $7 billion. congress has closed the loophole and he will likely owe taxes on the $13 billion he earned in that time period. he reportedly has until 2017 to pay up. and they undergo hours of grueling training to become firefighters but a woman who failed the physical test will still graduate. how do you feel about this? 33-year-old rebecca west will
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>> let's meet some friends here. name a town. >> atlanta. >> and your name? >> atlanta. leah. >> kelly, mississippi. >> mississippi. happy birthday's right? >> right. >> where are you from? >> florida. >> name? >> carla. >> roseanne. >> nancy. >> and you guys have a little happy anniversary. how long have you been married? >> 25 years. >> congratulations. you like southern fried chicken. >> absolutely. >> stick around. let's take a look at the weather maps real quick. a beautiful day in new york city isn't it? >> yes! 54 right now. 50 in rapid city. a little cooler across the northern rockies. we do have the set up for the potential of severe weather today if you live across the upper midwest, we could see large hail damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. that could move across texas and new mexico tuesday.
we were talking about southern fried cooking. anna with matt moore. >> how are you today? >> good. >> based on your book "a southern gentleman's kitchen." >> i'm going to go on record and say this is the best fried chicken recipe ever. >> what's your secret ingredient? >> it's my grandmother's recipe. i'm going to walk you through this. we're going to season this up with a little bit of salt and pepper. >> even i could do this and i'm very cooking challenged. >> you know what i love about this it's five ingredients, salt flour, pepper water, and chicken. that's the theme about this. cooking should be approachable and fun. i want it to cook through the book. we've got some flower and --
flour and water here as well this is a simple dredge. we're cooking today. >> can i help? >> you can. a little more flour and the secret to this is a little light batter. you'll see that i got some down here oil about 350 degrees. >> salt, pepper flour and water. >> what is the key to perfect fried chicken? you do it without burning it. >> it starts with a very simple dredge like we have here. let's get one of these pieces in. we are shallow frying in cast-iron. i'm a huge cast-iron guy. >> is it true your wife has fewer shoes than you have cast-iron skillets? >> it's true. we want it really nice crisp and golden brown. >> your mom is here.
>> every southern man loves his mom, right? she taught me after football practice to do my laundry and i would get in the kitchen to learn all the recipes from our family and it's a great honor to showcase family and food and showcase all that. >> you brought along some side dishes. >> is he a moma's boy. >> he's not a mama's boy. he's got a wife and a baby on the way. >> not everything in the south is fried. we've got an oven fried okra. i've got my other grandmother here with a classic southern caramel cake. i cannot think of a time when we went to enterprise mississippi where this was not showcased. >> janice and are hungry.
>> online the recipes are at fox and friends.com. it looks amazing. janice dean a cooking machine. coming up, the critics say the prosecutor in the freddie gray prosecution is biased. sidelined his dreams to play in the nfl to serve his country. his story will make you proud to be an american. straight ahead. this allergy season, will you be a sound sleeper, or a mouth breather. well, put on a breathe right strip and instantly open your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicines alone. so you can breathe and sleep. shut your mouth and sleep right. breathe right. you're here to buy a car. what would help is simply being able to recognize a fair price. truecar has pricing data on every make and model so all you have to do is search for the car you want
in march, the fbi did not say which sites were affected. america's friendly skies are now safe from hackers as the faa replaces the massive computer system controlling u.s. air traffic. the $2.5 billion upgrade came after a federal probe pin pointed issue with the system. links between the gray family attorney and prosecutor marilyn mosby have many asking about the motive behind her very quick move to bring charges against these officers. here to debate former prosecutor johna gillsbor. there was a donation from the family attorney of $5,000 to the mosby campaign. that's the maximum donation under maryland law.
he also served on her transition committee after she was elected the prosecutor. should she recuse herself? >> she should but not for that reason. the reason she should recuse herself is because when she made her decision to charge these six officers and she took that microphone she didn't just come out as an objective prosecutor who is set on prosecuting these six people. she came out and gave her closing argument. she aligned herself openly with the violent protesters who will be the jury pool that is going to sit on the trial of these six -- five men and one woman. that's why she should recuse herself because she tainted the jury pool on purpose. that's an impmportant point. what say you, counselor about the allegation on the campaign contributions, she should recuse herself? yes or no. >> i would say no. there's no grounds there. both sides have donated to her
campaign. normally the police are not asking for the prosecutor to recuse herself. normally it's the other way around because the prosecutor has an innate need to protect the police because she has to work with them in the future. so the fact that there's any connection whatsoever to the victim only balances the scale. >> let's get to the broader point, when these charges were announced, the prosecutor came out and said to the protesters i hear you, no peace, no justice and made it sound like these officers were not just being charged, but they were guilty. >> uh-huh. >> she's the prosecutor. she's making a case for herself. she's making the allegations. she just filed criminal charges in the belief that these are men are guilty. of course she's going to advocate her position. >> she should say we have evidence we're going to bring this case. and you were talking about the jury pool out there, has it been
tainted? >> oh, absolutely. she basically said to them i am one of you. this is a moment this is our moment. that's directly from the prosecutor's mouth. you don't do that. you don't talk from the investigative report as if those facts have already been proven which is exactly what she did. had she waited there will be an gag order in this case so that neither side can talk about the case. she needs to recuse herself from the case. she was speaking not just for those in baltimore but somehow this was a bigger mench venlingt she was elected by the people of baltimore and people of baltimore have spoken very loudly that they want this situation addressed. she's telling them i'm look -- i'm moving forward because of evidence. you are not tainting the jury pool unless she put the evidence out there. >> she did. she read from the report. nobody had a chance to look at
it. no defense attorney had a chance to look at it. s she's the only one. >> what evidence has she discussed. she's come out and said she's prosecuting. >> one or the other. >> you both made some strong points. bring it to the judge. we're going to get a ruling at least open your case. coming up it's the movie everyone is talking about this weekend. >> you are bruce banner. don't mention puny banner. >> that's right, clayton earlier told us the nerds are uniting. the avengers "age of ultron" is coming out. he sidelined his dreams to play in the nfl to serve his country. now he's got a brand new chance to play in the nfl. his story is going to make you
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nfl after having to take this big break, of course and serving your country, is that right? >> yes, sir. i went down to the veteran combine back in march out in tempe and, you know things went well for me. it was almost in my eye, a near perfect workout for all 32 teams, and just very blessed to have that opportunity and a chance to get back trying to pursue my dream. >> i hear you've been working, you know doing two a days and even when serving, you were finding time to train and keep your football skills up to bar. >> why would you be an asset to them off the field too. being so patriotic, what else could you add to a team besides your skills on the field? >> you know i think that's one of big things that i bring is just the intangibles, being in the military and serving as an officer and being an our finest men and women for two years, it
was the most humbling experience of my life and you know not only did i learn a lot, but they taut me a lot. they taught me what it is to be a leader to be able to step into any type of environment and take control. you know i pride myself on always taking control and trying to be that leader for those guys and, you know like i said it was a humbling experience and to know that i had that in my background should prove a lot for me for teams hopefully in the near future. >> trent, we saw a picture of you and a lovely lady a moment ago. i understand while you were waiting for the nfl, you are not waiting to walk down the aisle, are you? >> i'm not. it's coming in just about a month. it will be here before i know it. >> you were almost drafted by the baltimore ravens back in 2013. they were keen to sign you as a free agent. of course you had to put that on hold. what was that like knowing you
were that close to your dream? >> you know it was tough. it was real tough. ever since i picked up the game of football at the age of 7, that's been my lifelong dream. i think for any player who goes on to play collegiate football that's what they aspire to be. that's what they dream to become is a professional football player but you know fortunately for me it was a blessing the good lord had a different plan for me and that was to go serve my country for two years and i wouldn't trade those times for anything in the world. like i mentioned before i learned more and became a better man because of it, and, you know it's all going to work out the way it's supposed to be, but at the time you know it was tough for me to know that my dream was right there at my fingertips only to be put on old. it was something that you know i slept on a lot at night and it kept me up but you know for me a lot of praying and just kind of thinking back and
sitting, i knew there was a different path for me. >> chip kelley from my philadelphia eagles gave you a call would you be willing to go to philadelphia? >> i would be willing to go anywhere but absolutely. if there's any nfl teams out there listening right now, i'm open. >> i'm pulling for you. i think any team would be a dream team with you on it. >> chip give him a call. >> good luck next month as you get hitched. coming up on "fox & friends," a fox news alert, an nypd officer shot in the head and he's fighting for his life. the question was why was the suspect on the streets in the first place. plus it's the epic fight everyone is talking about tonight, floyd mayweather versus manny pacquiao. we're recapping the highlights at the top of the hour. ♪ ♪ ♪
hope you're doing well this morning. it's sunday the 3rd of may, 2015. a fox news alert right now. a suspect with an extensive criminal past just charged after shooting a new york city cop in the head. the latest on his condition this morning. >> as protestors celebrate the arrest of six cops in baltimore where's the same outrage when a cop gets shot. >> we need to be just as outraged when a police officer is killed than when a citizen is killed. >> did you stay up late to watch this last night? >> floyd mayweather jabbing his way to the top.
the highlights from the ring and a look at a little thing called the kentucky derby. straight ahead. it was a big sports day yesterday. fox and friends hour four starts right now. >> hey, everybody, welcome in to fox and friends. welcome to you. >> good morning. >> people say hey, you guys mentioned all of these other sports events but you forgot to mention nascar. nascar the xfinity race on fox sportsnet. no mention of the golf either. we got it all. there was a lot in there. >> we're going to do another three hours. >> four hours in sports. but meanwhile we want to focus on what's happening in baltimore this hour. i tensions between the police and the citizens there. we saw the riots and protests there. now in new york city once again another brutal shooting of a police officer here yesterday
ooerge evening in queens new york. >> two plain clothes police officers were sitting in their unmarked car in queens. >> one officer. >> two of them in the unmarked car. and they saw the suspect that apparently was carrying a gun and he was tucking it in his waste band so they approach him and that's when officer brian moore was hit in the head by the suspect firing several shots into his head. the 25-year-old is now in stable condition. we're told. he went through surgery and was put into a medically induced coma to release pressure on his brain. >> the suspect is charged with attempted murder criminal possession of a weapon and assault. those charges coming this morning. he has an extensive criminal history and 5 nypd officers shot in the past five months. >> we're not sure of his motive here. he was asked what was in his belt loop.
and he was fiddling with something. and when confronted with police at the time that may have been why he took action and fired the weapon. in those other situations of course the brooklyn the two officers that were shot brutally in cold blood while they were sitting in a police cruiser they saw the social media posts ahead of time by the suspect at the time saying he was getting revenge for michael brown shooting and fled into the subway where he took his own life. >> you wonder where the outrage is. you see everything in baltimore with the unrest and riots and arsonists and looting and you don't wish that upon any community. certainly none of us are advocating that when a police officer is murdered. where is the outrange? we had dr. ben carson on the program earlier. he's expected to announce his run for the white house tomorrow but he was speaking on this issue. let's take a listen. >> we need to be just as outranged when a police officer is killed as we are when a citizen is killed.
police officer are very important. what if they weren't there. people would come in your house and they'd say i want this tv. better still, you get out i'm taking your house. it would be total chaos. they're the only thing between us and total chaos. we need to be able to look at both sides and be equally outraged but we need to be establishing appropriate relationship with that community. >> officer brian moore is from a law enforcement family and these officers put their lives on the line every single day. >> in every city. >> crime ridden neighbors, drug infested and this happens and it's a family's worst nightmare. >> dr. ben carson came to the defense of the prosecutor in baltimore saying that he thought that her responses were swift and needed for this community because it was descending into chaos. so he supported her swift call to judgment. not entirely sure they supported her politically charged comments but the fact that she came out
so swiftly in that but there is new information this morning that the daily caller has found from back in october. so is it a double standard here? back in october she gave a speech where she said it's been 78 days since mookel brown was shot in the street by a police officer. it's been 101 days since eric garner was choked to death by a police officer and 54 days since the new york medical examiner ruled it a homicide and there was no indictment. >> there was to indictment because he was exonerated. there was still a thing but there was need for an indictment because they were exonerate aed. it was not deemed to be a murder. her comments will be compared to how he said last week about we
need to move quickly. >> many think she sounded more like an activist than prosecutor. where she said to the youth i hear you. this is your time. >> at the end of the day she is going off the medical examiners report. severe trauma to the spine. that doesn't just happen. >> governor larry hogan in maryland saying statewide he wants this to be a day of prayer. >> press pause. all right. some other stories making headlines. this happening overnight, at least 20 airco ligs coalition troops landed in yemen while hundreds are trapped there amid the unrest because the state department claims it's too risky to rescue them. is adviseing citizens to check the website for updates on the next rescue opportunity. well earlier, ben collins told us leaving them behind is not an
option. >> you have al qaeda in the arabian peninsula and isis. what aif they can get their hands on 100 americans. let's think of 100 americans layed on a beach on their knees. that's something i never want to see. >> they're working with other countries to help rescue americans. >> scary moments on board a virgin atlantic flight. the plain was forced to make an emergency landing after they noticed a burning smell on the flight deck. it turned around and landed with fire trucks waiting on the tarmac. turns out there was a problem with the van and the flight took off shortly after. >> a 3.9 earthquake rattled los angeles and western michigan knocked by a rare earthquake. there were no reports of injuries.
and do one of you boys want to take this away? >> floyd mayweather wins the fight of the century. manny pacquiao challenged him early but mayweather countered with strong defense. timely punched of his own. mayweather won by unanimous decision and is 48-0 in his career now. interesting because some people say he hugged his way to victory. the fastest two minutes in sports meanwhile comes down to the wire. >> american pharoah and victor espinosa won the kentucky derby. >> galloping to victory in front of 175,000 people. the horse was 5-1 to take the victory. he also won with california chrome at last year's derby and on to the potential triple crown. >> and she was rocking the
kentucky derby hats for us. >> each hour i had a different hat and i want to talk to ed henry because there's something different about ed on the curvy couch right now. >> janice this morning helped dress me. i should say here at fox. >> disclaimer. >> take a number -- yeah. >> i don't know what that means. >> but she said she was going to help me pick my pocket squares so i had one earlier that was all purple. this one she thought was too colorful. >> no. >> here's the other one you were wearing earlier. >> here's the thing, ed henry you are the king of the pocket square. i want to know where that came from. >> i can't pull off a pocket square. >> why did that come from though? >> you get tired of just using a tie, a tie is like your only statement. >> peter johnson jr. can pull off. you can pull it off. how come you can't pull it off? >> i look like a dork. >> i don't need more help looking like a dork. >> janice get to the weather.
>> we'll talk about #pocket square later on. there's a look at the temperatures. 58 in new york. 64 in chicago. a little cooler across the northern rockies and that's going to give us the set up for the potential of severe weather today across the upper midwest and central u.s. down toward the southwest on monday and tuesday. so hail damaging winds, isolated tornadoes for you across the upper midwest. we're not talking about an outbreak of tornadoes but the potential for big thunderstorms later on this afternoon and taking a look at tuesday across portions of new jersey and texas and wow we are in for a warm up across the northeast. it's been such a long winter so finally temperatures in the 80s for new york and d.c. and we'll be watching the potential for tropical weather to start to perk up earlier this year across the southeast. so watching this potential tropical storm later on this week. back to you. >> the fashion machine. >> thank you. >> pocket square. >> what would you do if your
fifth grade son was acting out in class and wasn't listening to the teacher, was being disrespectful, would you call the copse on him? >> clearly. that's what she did to her 10-year-old son down in georgia. she said we tried everything in the school. tried getting him to follow the rules at home. so we called police. they agreed to come to the house, put him in handcuffs and throw him in a police cruiser. >> we're getting a lot of reaction on facebook. one person said so many kids are out of control and it's the mom criticized for cracking down on him. give me a break. >> marilyn says so already he doesn't like the copse. bad idea that mother is a disgrace to do that to this child. they should put her in a cell. >> when my son was in the first grade he thought it was a cool thing to do to take others belongings. i had a friend at the police department and asked them to do the same. my son has never been in that
kind of trouble again. at least you're doing it. >> this one seems a bit extreme. when you look at the pictures of the young child. >> he's tormented. >> traumatized. >> you should send a message but a message in this case might backfire. >> doctors are saying this is going to be a trauma this kid won't be able to guest past for years to come. you have to be -- if he's 16 years old and having problems and you can't communicate with him and you've tried for years to reason with him. >> i'm not advocating this but do you remember the video of the mom of the year who went out there in baltimore -- is that mom of the year either? i mean it seems like people are speaking out of both sides of their mouth. this guy is older. >> to clayton's point about a 10-year-old. it seemed more traumatizing for 10-year-old to face the police. >> resorting to violence and that type of behavior shows a lack of parenting. if you let it get to that point and you result to violence.
>> we're going to talk more about this coming up as the nation watched young people rioting in baltimore. the big question where are the mentors and leaders? our next guest said he was a troublemaker but found an out let for his anger. his message is next. >> one minute she was in labor, the second the royal baby was born. here she is. stunning as ever and social media is lighting up saying how on earth does kate middleton do it?
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that will develop structural and systemic changes for generations to come. you're at the forefront of this cause and as young people our time is now. >> baltimore city states attorney promising the city's youth that justice will be served but as the nation watched baltimore's youth attack buildings, it is clear community mentors and leaders have dropped the ball. our next guest started a nationwide tour to help at risk youth interact with police officers. he's a former alabama state trooper, air force veteran and the recipient of the fbi community leader award. i'd love to have your resume. thank you for being with us on fox and friends weekend. >> it's great to be here anna. today is the best day of my life. would you like to know why? >> tell me. >> i get to share with the world what i'm committed to do. i get to help them think
strategically about their future. get your grades up, get your panlt pants up and never give up. >> the headline is dear black people stop running from the police. some would say that's a provocative headline. what did you mean and what is your message? >> do the right thing. when you make the right moves you get the right results. evil will never win over good. all you have to do is make the right move and good things will happen. >> no doubt there's a risk between many communities and, you know law enforcement so what is it that you're advocating. do police officers need to go to where the kids are and where do you go when these communities are socioeconomically really under hardships. >> the main thing you have to realize is power in illusion. when i was a state trooper i had
the blue light, the badge a, the bullet proof vest but you have to treat everybody you stop like the most important person in the world. power is an illusion and whatever you do for others you're doing for yourself. so treat people like the most important person in the world and you won't have any problems. we're all one. universe means one. so the key to success in all fields is take care of people and treat them better than you want to be treated and all the problems will go away. >> critics have said too much money has been thrown at this problem and not enough action has been thrown at this problem. it's also the result of failed liberal policies since baltimore has been under democratic leadership for so long. do you see that as a fair assessment the cause and the effect of democratic leadership? >> well everything starts with leadership and if you're following a follower you're not going to get anywhere. we need people to be leaders and we need people to work with
facts and good information. often times we're acting on bad information and we are not acting on the right information. when you listen to the wrong people and you make the wrong decision you get the wrong results. we have to find the facts and search for truth. we have to respect each other and help each other because we all are one. >> we commend you and just so impressed by what you're trying to do. thank you. thanks for your time. >> 20 minutes after the hour. coming up on fox and friends it's a story we told you about. a college protestor stomps on the flag. now his disrespect for america is taken to a whole new sick level. >> i'm about to do the challenge. hear how a former navy s.e.a.l. reacts to this disgusting social media trend. that's ahead. >> plus it's the movie everybody
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this is the movie that everyone in the nerdy universe and comic university wants to see. >> we waited three years for it buddy. >> i know. the first time we ever talked was about the first avengers in 2012. the movie is opening up this weekend. the first one did a billion and a half dollars worldwide at the box office. the third highest grossing movie of all time and now the new avengers out right now. the idea here is tony stark, iron man creates ai essentially, artificial intelligence that is a global peace program called ultron that ends up backfiring and they have to assemble avengers to try to stop ultron from running the
world. i had a lot of positive and negative things to say about the film. i love the action and the one liners. there's one specific shot you're going to freak out about where all the avengers assemble a long continuous action shot where they're all fighting in the same scene and it ends on this epic jump that moment is worth the entire price of admission. i would pay $20 to watch that on a loop for 2.5 hours. that scene is so epic. on the negative side it's lightly under the first avengers but i did really enjoy the action overall and marvel fans are going to like it. >> it's more of a hawkeye film. i'm a huge hawkeye film. he takes a bigger role in this film right? and it's a little bit darker too. >> it's much darker and hawkeye is one of the big stars of the film. they expand his role. there's no end credit scene at the film. at the end of the movie. there's a small one in the middle. also the imax 3-d is worth it.
one of my favorite scenes in the film they all try to lift thor's hammer at a party and i want to know how they make his hammer feel that heavy. this is what chris evans and chris hemsworth said about it. >> i actually couldn't lift it. >> i was like guys it's not that heavy and they were like actually it is. everybody was like we're all worthy aren't we amazing. and then they couldn't pick it up. >> is it like nailed down? >> they did nail it down. initially they nailed it down and then we lifted it and the whole table came up so ultimately they ended up doing something with it. kind of secured everything. >> they had to like bolt it into the floor. >> they couldn't pick up the hammer but they could pick up the whole table. >> exactly. the guys are incredible.
the movie is a 4 out of 5. not as solid guardians but a solid effort for marvel fans. they'll be nerding out all over the world this weekend. massive numbers. >> saw it on friday. fantastic. probably have to see it a second and third time just to make sure that i caught everything. >> we need to go together and nerd out together. we need to hang out and go to a movie together and cry nerd tears. >> we almost did the marathon where you watch all the marvel films back to back to back to the lead up. i'm getting too old for that. >> that's true. >> have a great weekend everyone. enjoy avengers. >> thanks a lot clayton, bye. >> clayton is a nerd but he's our nerd. coming up, high school principal leads student athletes in an optional prayer meeting and gets fired and he was filling in for a co-worker. that's next. plus national burger month with a fox and friends burger. the tips you need to make it this summer.
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this is what happens when you air raw footage but there's also a strange beauty. two warriors locked together. two of our actors have left the sketch to go watch the actual fight in wiz khalifa's dressing room. let's just say manny pacquiao won. no reason to change the channel. >> not too far off but uber was totally shutdown yesterday. the car book service. people trying to book cars and cities. you couldn't get a car anywhere because all the uber drivers were watching the boxing match last night. >> they were taking them to where ever the party was. >> no i'm off duty. >> not worth the money to them. >> right. we have to get to the 2016 republican field about to get a little more crowded. >> in the next few days three more names will join the race for the white house. elizabeth is live in washington with the preview of the big announcements. >> good morning, the next wave is upon us.
announcements are expected from former arkansas governor mike huckabee as well as dr. ben carson. the official word from dr. carson as early as tomorrow in detroit. he did appear earlier on fox and friends to discuss the possibility. >> i am going to make an announcement about whether i'm going to run for president. and why. there's no question that our nation is in very dire straights. the whole leadership issue is lacking. i'm very glad that there are a lot of people who are running because if people will get an opportunity to really hear a variety of solutions and make a wise choice. >> also tomorrow we can expect to hear from carly fiorina via social media. as a former corporate executive fiorina is touting her experience. she has been vocal in attacks
against clinton such as equal pay, women's issues and foreign policy matters. governor huckabee will announce his run the day after. he'll make his official announcement from arkansas on tuesday. after the three announcements from the potential candidates they are expected to head to iowa, the same state where huckabee won during the 2008 caucas. the republican party already has three serious contenders. ted cruz rand paul and marco rubio. the democratic landscape looks different though. bernie sanders is the only candidate to come out opposing the clinton's ticket. back to you guys in new york. >> like game of throwns.nes. >> tragedy in the tech world. the husband of facebook's chief operating officer has suddenly died. 47-year-old dave goldberg was best known as the ceo of the website survey monkey. the couple lived in california with their two children. his cause of death, still
unknown. we have been telling you about this story. a college student stomps on the american flag sparking a sick new media trend. >> my name is erica walter and i am about to do the eric shepherd challenge. [ bleep ] your flag. >> this video should come with a warning. it's called the eric sheppard challenge and proclaimed by the member of the new black panther party. how do we get to this level of disrespect? earlier former navy s.e.a.l. told me this. >> this is the problem. we tolerate it. we continue to let people go and they glorify it on social media and this is the problem with our society. we have this access to social media where one dumb person can make a massive statement nationwide and start to get other people to follow them which is disgusting. >> sheppard is on the run wanted on a gun charge and also wanted under investigation for making terrorist threats.
>> a high school principal reportedly loses his job for leading a student prayer meeting. he said he was fired after reading the bible and praying with students who voluntarily attended the fellowship of christian athletes meeting. >> i want prayer in this school. i am proud to see our football team take a knee and pray before and after games. and also in clubs and we're just shocked. >> he says he was only filling in for the group's organizer but the district superintendent put him on indefinite administrative leave just two days after the meeting. >> and just hours after giving birth the dutchchess of cambridge looks flawless. showing off her new princess. one person tweeting dear jesus, i love you, you're awesome. please let me look half as good as kate middleton aafter giving
birth. amen. >> i'm not okay with how good kate middleton looks after giving birth. >> probably if anyone had the hairdresser and dresser on the ready she too would look amazing. >> certainly she has a whole squad. hair makeup wardrobe you name it. janice they give us a little bit of help too. everybody should see us when we walk in the building. >> it takes a village. i'm doing something i have never done before. i'm wearing an apron. that's never happened before. my husband can tell you that much. let's meet some friends here. what's your name. >> dan. >> dawn. >> jimmy. >> where are you from? >> pittsburgh. >> what are you here for? >> anniversary. >> anniversary and to eat some burgers? >> yeah. >> all right. we're going to do that. thanks for everybody that came together. let's take a look at the weather maps and then we'll talk about burgers. there's our radar. across the upper midwest a slight risk of severe weather today with isolated tornadoes so that is the risk today heading into monday and tuesday.
it moves a little bit further south and then we'll get the rain threat. heavy rain and the potential for flooding across texas and the midwest. highs today and oh my gosh we're going to be talking about burgers with smash burger. >> oh janice. it's national burger month. of course and we're out here to celebrate with a very special burger right? tom ryan he's the founder of the delicious smash burger. you know him and love him. nice to see you this morning. >> thank you for having us here. >> fox and friends burger by the way. >> we do actually you know we were asked -- we do a local burger in every mark and we thought about what it must be like to be up as early as you guys are. we do this great burger. it's a smash burger with american cheese and fried egg and bacon. >> it's on the menu. >> it's on the menu for you. >> you guys make fantastic burgers. how do we make a good burger on the grill? >> great ingredients.
one of my favorite beevesfbeefs to make is an gus. so don't squeeze it. >> i thought you were going to smash it down. >> no there's a special smasher. >> we cake the grill with butter. we put parchment on the burger and these are our smashers. so ten seconds. metal to metal and i'm sering this. you can do it at home in a skillet but i'm sering the bottom and setting up this loose texture so when you bite into this burger it gives everything up at once. so you get this heavily juicy in every bite. >> have you patented that at smash? >> we have. >> a lot of times people will flip it and they don't flip the char with it but that's tastey goodness. >> that's criminal.
after ten seconds. >> see they baked in their own juices. and then we season it. seasoning is really important for a great tasting burger. >> that smells like summer right there. >> kosher salt black pepper garlic and special seasoning that gives us our brand flavor. >> i guess it can actually dry out the beef if you do it before you put it on the grill. >> never season in advance. it makes it tight in texture and you can see thousand juices actually bubble up through this burger so they actually beastaste themselves in their own juice. >> that might be the most beautiful burger. >> thank you. it's important we get that sere to come off with the burger. >> what's that called? >> that caramelized layer is a beautiful thing but that's the heart and soul of a smash burger and it's actually really key to make great burgers at home. >> as the founder you know your burgers. you're not stepping back and saying i'm handing this over to somebody else now. i'm handing over the skillet.
>> i like that it has american cheese. >> good point. >> you want a meatball. >> we have a whole lot more coming up. >> where can people find out more about smash burger. >> smash burger.com. >> there you go. thank you so much. >> hypocracy at its worst. he has been dodging uncle sam. maria reacts next. >> plus it's the epic fight everybody is talking about this morning. floyd mayweather versus manny pacquiao. we have the full wrap ahead.
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hi good morning, friends. he advocates for higher taxes on the wealthy and liberal billionaire george soros may soon face just that. tax bill of nearly 7 billion after years of dodging the irs. here to react, maria. >> irony or hypocrisy. i don't know what you want to call it. well the american family has not seen their wages go up in seven years, you have this progressive agenda that is being pushed by george soros where he tells everybody that makes more than $200,000 a year that they have to pay more taxes and then he uses every tactic on the planet to actually avoid paying his own taxes and now the bills are coming due and it's interesting to note this is happening on the same weekend that warren buffet has his big to do going on in
omaha where he too pushes this political and progressive agenda the buffet rule telling everybody to pay more taxes yet he doesn't even get paid an ordinary income. he chooses to get paid in stock so he can avoid the tax. >> did you happen to see the photograph of all the private jets. >> yeah. >> and all of these people are advocating against climate change. >> so ramp up all the regulations from the epa and obamacare and dodd frank and cost the american taxpayer more money. >> talk a little bit about sunday morning futures because hillary clinton is facing this pressure from the left whether it's elizabeth warren and bernie sanders, she was more of a friend to wall street but i'm sure you're looking at the broader political climate this morning. >> she has to try to do this really weird balance where she is going to try to distance herself from the obama policies in terms of some of these same
things. raises taxes on the average gal out there as well as trying to push the income inequality subject where at the time she is living with all of this. >> top of the hour who do you have? >> senator coming on to talk about the issues in iran. the bill will probably get a final vote this next week in terms of giving congress the ability to weigh in on this deal if in fact there is a deal. former treasury secretary hank paulson coming on the show as well to talk about china as we see once the promise of growth for the world slow down in a big way and the ceo of ford motor coming on as well. talking about technology and cars and recent recall. a lot to come. looking at the economy as well as the upcoming 2016 election. >> don't miss it at the top of the hour. >> you always have the best guests. >> thank you. don't forget to catch maria weekdays. log on to fox business.com/channel finder. >> coming up the fight of the
welcome back. from the kentucky derby to an epic showdown in the boxing ring yesterday was a huge day in the world of sports. >> here with the recap is rich "big daddy" of coastal advisers. >> great to see you. >> boxing mayweather, pacquiao. >> a big day in the draft. any big surprises on the third day of the draft? >> funny thing is that one of the guys i work with went in the
second round. i think everyone knew who he was. a division iii kid to go so high especially in the second round, i think that was really one of the big shocks of the day. then i think the quarterback from ucla went fourth round to green bay. that was kind of shocking. then obviously collins, who didn't even get drafted with that pending investigation going on. >> let's run through the crazy day yesterday. mayweather pacquiao. the horse race in the kentucky derby. the nfl draft. the basketball playoffs in the nba and baseball. i'm yankees fan. playing the red sox. two things. yankees are quietly having an unexpectedly good year. part of that is a-rod is having an unexpectedly great year at the plate. now has tied willie mays. but the yankees are skittish about honoring him. >> i think because that asterisk that everybody keeps talking about being on there. you know if you've punished all
these other guys for being, i guess, not clean or dirty, what do you do with him? right now he's under contract. you're paying him, he's your team player. still, everyone is going to say eh. >> $6 million bonus. >> good for him, but i think the yankees are going to have something to say about that. >> that had to hurt because they were playing the red sox. the big boxing match last might. the big takeaway. a lot of people saying it was surprisingly boring and all of these eyes on the boxing world to maybe reinvigorate boxing once again, but a lot of people saying, you know it was boring. did this hurt the sport more than help it? >> yeah you know what i think everything was so much focused around who was going to the event instead -- >> the stars, right. >> you looked through the crowd, it was a who's who. but mayweather won on points. he got his shots in. i thought it was going to be
more, you know, knock them down. >> he's a defensive fighter. the fear was by the match he was just going to be hanging back the whole time and there wasn't going to be much action. didn't match the hype. >> and every time pacquiao did get a little jab in mayweather backed off and circled back. >> it turns out pacquiao had a shoulder injury we didn't really know about. you think that's an excuse? >> should have could have would have. i always say the old saying is sometimes you have to play hurt. >> i'd be remiss if i didn't get your predictions for the nfl season. who do you think is going to do it big this year and got some draft picks that can get their way to the super bowl? >> well, the unitegiant, every year they play the afc east they go to the super bowl and win. in '07 and '11. both times, afc east. >> eagles are probably going to have an awful year.
>> eagles are going to be horrible. >> big daddy, great seeing you. >> absolutely. thanks for having me. >> more "fox & friends" straight ahead. ♪ (piano music) ♪ fresher dentures, for the best first impression. love loud, live loud polident. ♪ ♪ fresher dentures... ...for those breathless moments. hug loud, live loud, polident. ♪ ♪
>> i was just going to say thanks for being here. >> appreciate it. >> very nice. >> thanks big daddy. thanks everyone. see you on the after the show show. good morning. peace being restored to a city in turmoil over the death of a 25-year-old man after being arrested by the police. hi, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." we're looking at the decisions made by local city leaders and handling of protests over fred freddie gray's death. plus just how much is our economy influenced by china. hank paulson talks with me about china's changing economy. plus the future is bright for an american auto giant. the ceo of ford motor with me about the state of the business and the big changes to s