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hey, friends, good morning, today is sun, the this 24th of may. i'm anna kooiman and this is a fox news alert. the city of cleveland on edge after an officer is acquitted of murder. many is wondering if this is the next ferguson or baltimore? a big win for ben carson. republican hopeful picking up a victory overnight. but some democrats say it's not him they are scared of it's marco rubio. why they are worried. and why chris pratt is
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saying he's sorry to the pc police. we'll read his statement. "fox & friends" begins now. ♪ ♪ it is memorial day weekend. send your patriotic pictures at #pea tree yotic -- #patriotic american. peter doucey and tucker carlson today. >> are you ready for some memorial day trivia? >> the ba bad thing is i come
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here for two days and people think i'm done. >> fourth of july of trivia. flerts -- fox news alert nearly 40 people were under arrest in cleveland last night. more than 100 people swarming the streets after a judge acquitted a police officer in a 2012 shooting death of a an unarmed african-american couple. they led police on a 22-mile high speed chase. officer michael brelo was the only one charged. the victims' families want answers. >> whatever reason they didn't pull over we didn't know. what i can say they did not deserve to die for fleeting and eluding. that's not a death sentence.
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>> yesterday's ruling sparking immediate protests in the streets. most of people peaceful but police issued a stern warning to the public. >> we also want to make sure that our parents out there are aware of where their children are. we don't want anybody caught up in an unnecessary situation, especially our kids. >> now the doj is getting involved with the case. they will review all of the testimony and evidence in the trial to determine what if any additional charges should be file. of course this police officer is still on unpaid administrative leave at this hour and those administrative charges could depend on his fate. >> you remember the department of justice had done an investigation into the cleveland police department. found some wrongdoing. remember this car, the chevy malibu police thoughts were fired. turns out it just back fired. 62 police cars got involved in
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this chase. now, this morning, the city is on edge after these protests. it started out peacefully yesterday. walking down the street. people carrying fake covens with sayings will i be next. >> it looks like from the pictures we've seen overnight, people who are getting in the faces of police don't have their faces covered and what i saw in baltimore and from what we see in ferguson it's when the guys are have their faces covered that's when things escalate. before all this all, cuyahoga county common pleas judge put out a staple says look whatever i'm about to rule don't riot and don't celebrate. is that now the normal thing? where these judges have in the back of their mind while they are trig to figure out whether someone is guilty or innocent will this cause a celebration or a riot?
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>> and this is not the way the judge is supposed to be ruling. this is apparently what the judge decided to do. >> you remember the rush to judgment in the ferguson story. celebrities like lebron james coming out wearing the t-shirts. i can't breathe. that was related to the new york eric garner story in new york. but celebrities coming out and saying hands up don't shoot cht. >> and lebron -- he was telling people that he wants -- hey, you are all work up about this save your energy for tomorrow night because we've got a game. and -- >> go protest. just watch the cleveland cavaliers, and put all your energy into that. don't riot in the streets of cleveland. >> he wants people not to freak out and target police officers and not cause any property damage but is he saying that a protest over somebody dying is the same as a game against the atlantic hawks? >> i don't think he's saying
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that. this happening on a holiday weekend. is that going to be good or bad? is it good because people are paying more attention to their picnics and barbecues and fireworks? because they are not listening to the news cycle and not ware of it. we're hoping that the crowds stay -- maintained the way they are right now. >> we'll tracking this the next four hours right here. new court documents revealing three family workers raced against time to deliver the $40,000 ransom in the d.c. mansion murders. sav sava savaloupus aranged the money to be delivered to the
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house. a big win for big carson. the gop presidential candidate winning the southern republican leadership conference in oklahoma city straw poll. he left just about everyone else in the dust. ted cruz was the only other candidate to receive double digits. the nsa data collection program being taken apart after the senate failed to extend it. officials are starting the dismantling process now. the program was first exposed by edward snowden in 2013. since then american lawmakers have tried and failed to reach a solution to protect americans civil liberties while also
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protecting the country. we thank you. we pray that right now, whatever you are praying that you would deliver, because you are a god who knows how to make a way. >> christian says he stepped up to the microphone and got simply took over. extreme weather alert. strong storms across the midwest. >> in oklahoma, a firefighter now dead after being swept away during a water rescue near tulsa and rising waters in texas forcing dozens of homes there to be evacuated as well. weather suspected as a cause of this truck roll over that left three people dead. we're going to check in now with rick. not the way people want to be celebrating. >> no a really rough weekend.
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there were some tornadoes yesterday. and a number of tornado warnings and a rain falling at a record rate across texas. a dangerous morning because the rain is still going on. this is where we see the flood watches and warnings. the red is flad flood -- flash flooding going on right now now the blxt -- blanco river rose so quickly it washed away a bridge. you go little bit further toward the north, toward ft. smith and back across southeastern parts of kansas. that is going to continue on here. the rain continues to be very heavy this morning right here across parts of texas. and so some of the areas that have been seeing the rain are going to get more of this today and that means the flooding concerns as well as the severe weather. it moves a little to the east
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today. tomorrow it is back to the bull's eye across texas. guys we have more severe weather for memorial day tomorrow. the same exact areas with the flooding threat as well. it's time to get to the movies this weekend. >> if you can get there safely. >> there's a big movies coming out, there's injure rasic world coming out. he's on a press touring for juvassic world right now. he decided to issue a pre-apology. . he's fog to get in front of it. >> chris pratt is issuing this apology before he says anything. i want to make a heart felt apology for whatever it is i end up accidentally saying during the forthcoming jurassic world press tour. i am just dumb.
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plain and simple i try. i really try. when i do potentially commit the offensive for which i will never have apologizing. >> how far can he go now like does that get him in terms of coverage? okay. >> i told you. >> i said i was going to screw up and i did. i'm okay. i apologize before. leave me alone. really, how far can he go? how far does he have to apologize like a post apology? >> you remember the avengers. black widow, know that character is a little proceed miss cuious. she's a spy. she's an assassin and she was a little promiscuios.
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>> even celebrities are not guarded. >> he posted the thing on facebook which people who are not megastars to say something embarrassing and have to apologize to their friends at all. >> sweat pants was the number one cause for divorce. eva menendez. >> yeah. i'm going to issue an apology for the next four hours. >> isis sweeps across iraq special ops troops have a simple message to the white house. let us fight on the front line. >> she just wanted to look nice for her last day of high school. this dress is putting her diploma in peril.
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special ops troops say they want to fight isis from the front lines but the obama administration restricting their mission. one unnamed special operator says we're doing everything through cell phones. it's hard to do much when you can't go outside the wire. jim hanson served in the army special forces and is now the executive vice president of the senator for security policy. thank for coming in, this morning. >> good to be with you. >> why is it that all of a sudden these special operators who killed bin laden, saved captain phillips now, they are just sitting on their hands? >> well, president obama has
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made it abundantly clear that he's not going to lead from the front and he's not going to allow these guys to lead from the front. air strikes, okay acting as the iranian air force, that's okay but making enough of a commitment to take a run and winning and defeating isis doesn't seem to be within his strategy if you can call it that. >> he tried to get boots on the ground away that his strategy was going to be use special operators and drones and now it seems like the special operator part of that isn't getting much attention. >> and it's sad because i can understand nobody is really interested in rolling tanks from baghdad to damascus but at this point sending raids in to disrupt the enemy's command structure and keep them off balance would go a long way toward hindering their ability to operate. right now, they are not particularly worried about what's happening to them.
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if we can actually get them off balance and stop them from freely operating wherever they want we could slow down their rate of advance and hopefully start pushing them backwards. >> special operators are complaining not being able to do much. they are talking about the fight against isis now the way the things stand as a 15-year struggle. is that about how you see things? >> i think the war against the global jihad movement has to be a long war because it's bigger than just isis. the problem now is we don't have a plan to even defeat isis in 15 years. right now, if anyone is going to defeat isis, it's going to be the rannians. they have moved in heavy weapons. they have replaced us as the ones iraqis rely on. you are going to get heavy artillery and rockets launched
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by the iranians in support of operations and you are going to see more dead civilians. it's going to look like world war ii than you are zero dark 30. do you see any problem with some of these special operators now coming out and complaining about what the commander in chief wants to do? how he wants to lead the fight? >> it's not proper protocol and you are right it is against regulations in some way, shape, or form but it's a sign of how badly our strategy has failed that they are willing to speak out like this. we're losing the war against isis. they are expanding and we have no leverage or influence in the area. and the problem is with the iranians moving for this could turn into a shia-sunni war and
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nobody wants that. coming up america's social shift. more people are jumping to the liberal left as fewer identify as christians. what's behind the movement? father jonathan morris is here to break it down. and the mascot of the st. louis in trouble over this photo holding a sign supporting police. that's wrong with that ♪ ♪
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mueller the american aid worker taken hostage by the isis who later died. and general motors a federal probe identified criminal wrongdoing in the company's failure to disclose a ignition switch detective. a settlement of around $1 billion could be reached in the next few months. america is in a social shift. >> in the first time since gallup began tracking americans ie doology -- 31% identify as socially conservative. >> what's the reason for the
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shift? here to weigh in is the father jonathan morris. this sunday morning, let's use this as a point of discussion. >> the term of social conservativism is an old term. when you ask someone in their 20s, are you socially conservative they would say what does that mean? . abortion that was one of the foundations of social conservativism in the 80s and 90s. young people whether they are politically liberal or conservative are more against abortion than any other time in history. why? because science has caught up. what used to be a very conservative thing to be against abortion or late-term abortion it's not so much -- how about
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this? i'm against the death penalty. but i'm against it because i don't think government should be involved intaking life. i don't think that's the role of government. is that a conservative or liberal position? it's not so clear anymore. >> the reason why so many people are identifying as socially liberal is because they support gay marriage and legal pot? how does that qact -- impact the country if all of those people are supporting those things and saying this is an important part about who i am. >> gay marriage and pot? those were not the issues 20 and 30 years ago. i would say a poll like this is ral confusing. what i do find is that there are new numbers out there that say more people for example you mentioned at the beginning, an narc are -- anna are shifting away with identifying with a
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particular faith or church. i find more and more coming into my church are not coming in as catholic. but they are searchers. they are seeking the truth, and i find that to be very, very positive. as the culture changes i think there's an openness to find the truth. >> look at these numbers, 2007 the number of americans who identified as christians 178 million. now in 2014 down to 71%. 172.1. we talked about this last week 93% of americans still believe in god. that is huge. less than 3% 2.8% say they are atheist, 4% they are agnostic. 97% of americans are saying that they believe in god strongly or
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at least they are not sure. that's very high. i don't think things are as bleak as they look in the numbers. >> try to get anybody to rally around a cause like that get 93%. you don't find that very often. coming up here on the show more on our top story, the tension in cleveland after an officer cleared of murder charges and dozens of arrests overnight. she just wanted to look nice for her last day of school but this dress is putting her diploma in jeopardy. is this inappropriate?
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chase. officer michael brelo was the only one charged in the case. the judge ruled there was no proof that he caused the deaths. we want to make sure that our parents out there are aware of where their children are. we don't want anybody caught up in an unnecessary situation, especially our kids. >> now the department of justice getting involved with the case and investigating whether any additional charges should be filed. keep it here to knox news channel -- fox news channel. we'll have more on that as it develops. a possible shrine to isis found in the hills near los angeles. police in granada hills calling in federal investigators after hikers find suspicious items on
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a hiking trail. a bomb squad was called to the scene. no explosive devices were found and no criminal investigation was opened. a red bird firestorm. a mascot for the st. louis cardinals is under fire for holding a police lives matter. they are claiming that fredbird wasn't aware of what the sign said. 30 minutes left in her high school career an idaho teenager suspended over this outfit vem she wore a mint green dress for her last day. official say it violated the dress code because it's a few
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inches above her knees. >> i felt like that was very threatening and out of line for the teacher. >> school board trustees plans to dry and expunge that suspension from her record. who is walking around with a ruler to me in a rock and roll dream come true for one really excited u 2 fan. he asked them to play in god's country. they gave him a gay -- guitar and he started to rock. ♪ ♪
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♪ he even got into sing into the mike with bono. >> i'm going to be scared to shout out a song with that. >> at a billy joel concert, a girl requested to play the piano. >> you can practice that later on. let's talk about the weather maps going on out here. a lot of people will be going out to the beaches along the eastern seaboard this weekend, water temperatures not that bad. across florida you are great. but we have a big high pressure that's centered out there and
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we're going to be watching very strong lower and watch out for rip currents. here you go across the northeast, temperature wise looking a lot better today. plenty of sunshine as well. more rain across texas and oklahoma eventually into arkansas and louisiana throughout the day today. eventually clearing out by tomorrow night and into tuesday across areas of texas at least for a few days which would be good news. we're playing a game this memorial day weekend. we pause to remember and honor our fallen troops. there's also a lot of history to remember about the holiday. >> here to put us to the test fox nation dispatch's todd starns. >> hello, beautiful patriot people. >> the prop was up early this
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morning to get us ready. >> this is memorial day trivia. name the official birthplace of memorial day. was it callakalamazoo, michigan waterloo new york or philadelphia pennsylvania. >> a, kal ma zoo. >> the answer is b, waterloo new york. they first celebrated memorial day back in 1866. here's the next question memorial day originally honored soldiers from which war? was it the civil war, spanish-american war or world war i? and the answer everybody gets it right, it was the civil war. >> triple a.
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memorial day used to be known by which of these names. was it the day of remembrance, armed forces day, or decoration day? and the answer is decoration day. all right. you guys are -- i feel like jesse walters up here with smart people. which president presided over the first memorial day cemetery at arlington national cemetery? was it chester a. grant, u.s. grarnth or james garfield. >> i'll go with b just so we have one of each and somebody will get it right. >> anna the correct answer. james garfield gave a speech 90 minutes at that celebration. >> and you have abraham lincoln popping up there for two minutes to give the gettysburg address.
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americans are required to do what by law to by 3:00 p.m. on memorial day? >> sing the national anthem fire up the grill, pause for a moment of silence. >> i don't have a grill at my apartment, so i really hope it's not b. >> the correct answer is c. back in 2000 congress passed a law asking for americans to pause for a moment of silence at 3:00 on memorial day. who won? >> todd. >> what kind of game is that? >> we don't know. todd brought a #proud american photo. >> the trail men, they spent yesterday decorating cemeteries
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all over the country and this young fellow right here from troop 7 and doing some great stuff and a lot of patriots doing some great work yesterday. >> using the #proud american send us your photo. we'll share. >> we still don't know who won. republican 2016 field wide open but one gop hopeful already striking fear within hillary clinton's campaign. what senator marco rubio doing that has democrats shaking in their boots. you don't know "aarp". our aarp tek program helps people find better ways to better connect with each other. find more real possibilities at aarp.org/possibilities comfort keepers can provide a variety of custom in-home services for your aging loved ones, including medication reminders and transportation to the doctor. ♪
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good morning, and happy sunday. who is the one gop candidate that hillary clinton's team is most afraid of? according to the "new york times," it's this if guy? >> a leader from yesterday.
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began a campaign for president by promising to take us back to yesterday. yesterday is over. >> so what exactly about senator marco rubio makes clinton so nervous? joining us now is eric ericson. thank you so much for being with us. >> good morning. >> is senator marco rubio, is he the future and is his youthfulness something that clinton shaking in her boots? >> it is. to understand why, you need to go back to 1992 that was when bill clinton ran against george h.w. bush, his entire bridge was we need to build a bridge to the 21st century. clinton may look old now but in '92 he was the young, youthful
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energetic president running. they recognized it. >> here's what he said mark heco -- marco rubio scares me if you are a democrat he should be the one you don't want to face. he could significantly change the hispanic math in florida and the latino math out west. >> he's popular in the cuban community. he also lkds bridges into the hispanic community, he's got something else hillary clinton doesn't have. he speak spanish. >> and that's something that i heard some pundits say this is a real problem for hillary clinton. she really needs that hispanic vote? >> right, in fact. hillary has been looking at
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julian castro of san antonio. he's now the hud secretary. he would be a youthful significant for hillary clinton, although he's not really -- he's mexican by descent, but he was born in san antonio. it didn't translate well in texas with the hispanic community. she wants to look for a youthful hispanic running mate for herself. >> for get about swing states. jacksonville florida, could be the deciding twinge county in 2016. we're going to look at some stats. 842,500,0, it's the largest city in florida. 59% white, 30% african-american 7% hispanic 4% asian. and 201,000 versus 226,000.
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this could be a swing county you say? >> it could be. in fact jacksonville has been an interesting dynamic, because 2007 2011 and this year the democratic candidates have come out, it's so large, it's got suburban and rural areas. the dem graphs closely match the nation. and in 2011 and 2007 the obama ground team was able to pull off a wind. this time the republicans were able to pull it off. each though the clinton ground team was there trying out tactics. >> thanks for proudly showing the stars and stripes behind you. remember the college student who sparked this sickening trend of stomping on the american flag? well he's on the run. a fugitive from the cops for
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weeks and now he's speaking out. here is sickening comments coming up next. plus a sea of american spirit on display at the baseball diamond. here the message he's trying to send.
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♪ ♪ there's a real life field of dreams in new jersey. this year's volunteers have placed thousands of american flags there to honor the fallen.
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how did this idea come about? >> i would like to take credit for it, but it was john's idea. we thought we could do this in flags. we'll do it and call it a field of flags. >> this field, people can buy the flags. they donate money and it goes to where when they buy one of these flags? >> all extra funds are being given to the veterans fund new jersey. >> michael reeves, you say this is where this all started, barry? who is this? >> he is a veteran who lost his life in vietnam. we chose three veterans to
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symbolize all of the veterans. >> we have a picture here on the set as well. tell us about jacob. >> he's my grandson. he's 16 years old now. he started with us when he was five years old. he has is he bral palsy. his heart and his positive attitude makes him a great little boy. tell us what memorial day means to you and why you felt the need the calling to be involved in this project. >> we saw the tower of london poppy demonstration that they did this past november where they put down 888,000 poppies for all the soldiers who died for england in world war i, and we thought about the new jersey residents who had passed away since the founding of the
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republic and the revolutionary war. we found 15,433 new jersey residents had made the ultimate sacrifice sacrifice, on memory oral day we decided to do something like this. we took our feel of dreams which is a dream field for kids who are challenged mentally and physically. it's memorial day project. the dreams they didn't get to live. >> barry, what happens tomorrow at 11:00: 30 in the morning. >> we'll have a solemn ceremony at the field. we'll do the taps the national anthem and we're just recognizing those 15,000 people how important they were to us and especially to our kids that give them the chance to live their drem on that field. can anyone come? >> it's all free. >> guys, great seeing you this morning. can people donate to the cause
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as well? >> they certainly is. go to jersey field.com. thank you so much. ben carson waking up with a big win on the campaign trail this morning but some of the mainstream media already downplaying it. he tried to steal a car but he never saw this coming. >> you thought i was your friend so you woke up stupid this morning? >> you woke up stupid this morning. the owner forcing him to the ground and holding him at gunpoint. we're meeting that man at the top of the hour. ♪ ♪ ♪
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good morning. happy sunday. it's the 24th of may, 2015. i'm anna kooiman and a fox news alert. all eyes on the city of cleveland this morning. overnight peaceful protests turned violent after an officer is acquitted of murder. at least 40 people arrested. fights breaking out and many wandering if this is the next ferguson or baltimore. and remember the college student who sparked the sickening trend of stomping on the american flag? well he's on the run. a fugitive from the cops and he's speaking out. hear why ahead. and he tried to steal a car but this would be car jacker never saw this coming. >> you thought i was your friend? you thought i was your friend so you woke up stupid this morning? >> it's going to be my new tag
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line by the way. the man you don't want to mess with is going to join us live at this hour. hour two starts right now. don't wake up stupid. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ happy memorial day weekend everyone. in honor of fleet week if you are in new york city today, everyone is here in new york city today. >> 1,800 sailors, marines have flooded new york city and really big apple is rolling out the red carpet for them. people end up buying them drinks and there's all kinds of food specials around the city.
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they are wearing their uniforms. going to be grilling today and we're going to learn how to get your grill ready for the big barbecue. >> look at that. >> you need to do what i don't do clean the grill. >> i had a little fire yesterday. so we'll figure out if i'm doing it incorrectly or not. i can't imagine what the problem would be. >> peter is here. >> we got some pictures. we wanted you to send in some proud american photos this morning. here's one, paying his respects to his great grandfather. and this from couch, missouri. keep those #proud american photos coming.
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we're going to get right to this fox news alert on sunday morning. cleveland on edge this morning. a dozen under arrest when mostly peaceful protests turned violent. more than 100 people swarming the streets after a judge acquitted a police officer in the 2012 shooting death of an unarmed black couple. timothy russell and melissa williams were killed in a barrage of 137 bullets after leading police on a 22-mile high speed chase. officer michael brelo was the only one charged. he shot 15 times after they stopped the car. the judge said there's no prove he caused the deaths. >> for some reason they didn't pull over. we don't know. they did not deserve to fleeing and alluding. that's not a death sentence. >> yesterday's ruling sparking immediate protests in the
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streets. a mayor issuing a stern warning to the public. >> it's my expectation that we will show the nation that peaceful demonstration and dialogue is the right direction. >> now, the doj is getting involved in the case and investigating whether any additional charges should be filed and police officer brelo has been on unpaid administrative leave and continues to be as officials try to decide whether additional administrative charges need to be filed. the judge ruled in those 137 bullet holes to determine, he was unable to determine if he was the one responsible. he climbed up on the car and continued shooting. >> that judge seemed to know and this is something that i'm sure potentially be a legal problem, he seemed to know while he was determining this officer's guilt or innocence, he knew there could be riots. he put out a statement while he was reading a 35-page long decision which was very deliberate. he went step by step through
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explaining why this officer got off, but he said guilty or not guilty the verdict should be no cause for a civilized society to celebrate or riot. that's something, judges you would hope are not always thinking about what a verdict is going to do. they are there. they are the impartial arm of the law to say here's the facts of the case. i'm not thinking about anything that's happening outside or anything that could happen but that's the case here. >> not simply to quell the crowd one way or the other. we saw that in baltimore as well. we're going to have rob wheeler on a little bit to talk about it. a big win for ben carson overnight at the southern republican leadership conference. a new straw poll out this morning. he handily won with 25% of the straw poll results at 25%. scott walker checking in with
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20%. some would say this is not a great indicator of how poorly or how amazingly these candidates will do once the campaign gets heated up. more of a grassroots things. right. generally, you get the buses -- you go in and bus in your sporters and you have them vote. . >> you want a free sandwich. >> he was down about two weeks ago and now he's on top. two weeks ago, he was 13%, tied with jeb bush and pulling this one out. >> he's trying to make sure he secures one of the top ten spots in the polls so he can participate in the debate. >> he's already been out complaining about the way the first debate the fox debate is going to work where we're going to take the top ten ranked republicans in the field and those are going to be the ones
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on the stage. he's saying wait a second right now, that could be good for me but maybe not nor other em. >> what if 30 people get in? >> he says i'm an outsider just like donald trump, like carlyf iorna. >> if you ask him, he says he's running because god really wants him to run and he says that everywhere he goes he gets the kind of support that he doesn't think anybody else is getting. he could keep it going. let's see. >> let us know what you think. new court documents revealing workers raced against time to deliver the $40,000 ransom in the d.c. mansion murders. we know sava savapoulous was
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being tortured while waiting for the money. hours later, the mansion was on fire. svems, savapoulous savapoulous, wife and son and then housekeeper are also killed. the senate failed to reach a deal to extend. the program officially ending on may 31st. officials are starting the dismanteling process. iraqi forces now launching counterattacks against the islamic state, marching toward ramadi. the city that fell to isis last week. this is coming as special ops
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troops say they want to fight isis on the front lines but the obama administration is restricting them. >> it would go a long way toward hindering their ability to operate. >> in a new interview, one unnamed special operator says we're doing everything through cell phones. it's hard to do much when you can't go outside the wire. just in time for memorial day, an emotional reunion between a military father and his daughter at a school in philadelphia. >> daddy. >> sergeant trent shoemaker who is stationed in jacksonville florida, only gets to see his nine-year-old and her mother every few months but this
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visit, mom and dad kept it a secret. he has served in the army for more than 20 years. every girl needs her dad. now to extreme weather alert, brand-new video out of claire more oklahoma where a firefighter drown overnight during a water rescue. a suspected tornado in oklahoma damaged several buildings there. we have more severe weather ahead. >> we have more rain and severe weather. we've talked about this rain in this area this is the fourth weekend in a row we've been talking about this. this is precipitation just in the last 48 hours. a lot of this falling just last night. take a look there's some spots here just southwest of the austin area according to radar,
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it is record flash flooding. these bulls eyes areas, that's where we have flash flooding ongoing, all around the austin area interstate 35 closed down in both directions there is flood waters going across the interstate. over toward oklahoma city and interstate 40. we have more rain coming in today and we have more severe weather in the form of possibly a few tornadoes. once this moves on at least from oklahoma city we're going to see things clear out for the next couple of days. there is more rain coming the latter part of this week. remember that guy, that punk down invaldosta georgia, he was confronted by michelle manhart, when she saw him stomping on the
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american flag. she rips it off the ground and holds on it until she ended up getting arrested. >> they found a gun in his backpack. he's now threatening to kill anyone including cops who come after him and he's especially speaking out against white people. >> he says he's going to anile late anybody who comes over here. i am not turn myself over to any white man, i will insure this to self-defend and to anile light those who come after me. he's so racial in this very long rant he talks about ptsd post traumatic slavery disorder. he refers to pale skinned beefts. what was already a pretty gross
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protest against the american flag has taken a racial turn? he was spefle specifically threatening the graduation ceremony where kendrick johnson was rolled up in a wrestling mat and ended up dying, he made such specific scary threats about that graduation ceremony yesterday that the police took it seriously and they had to really beef up their presence there, so this guy who is out there, bad news. >> he doesn't appear to be an activist for the greater good. he appears to be a scumbag. people were posting these videos we have a video of a woman, there he is but we've got a video of a woman who is doing the eric sheppard challenge almost like the a.l.s. ice bucket challenge. so sickening. enough about that. weeding -- reading between
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good morning. 17 minutes after the hour. the state department releasing hundreds of hillary clinton's emails just in time for the holiday weekend. a nice document dump before memorial day. what's not in the emails is what may prove interests a cover-up. >> and joining us is lieutenant colonel schaefer. >> so we see this one email. let's put it up first, where sheryl mills writes. how are things going with the hearings and sheryl mills writes
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back just starting. had to have a little come to with some of our colleagues but folks now on board. what does she mean? why did they need to get on board? where were they moving these people? what were these moving these people about? >> clearly that's witness intimidation. if this was a rico investigation of the mafia, ms. mills would be indicted for witness tampering. this is really simple stuff. they lined people up they brought them up and say here's something we want to have you say, if you don't say it things probably won't go well for you. this is clearly a focus for trey gowdy's investigation. >> these emails have been cherry
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picked. she has given these to the state department who has now released them. does that lend something that needs to be looked through? >> let's talk about physics here for a second. a black hole. the most powerful part -- singlity. the powerful part is the center which you can't see. that's what's going on here. we know there are things all around this but we know the biggest piece are the pieces that are missing, i think again when we look at just the evidence on the periphery, we know there's a lot more in the middle. let me say this to be very clear. if we're using a david petraeus standard of missing evidence remember he got caught over an affair and it turned out to be classified information involved. they need to do a full raid of every device to include the server t that hillary clinton used to figure out what's all classified and what's all missing. this is not a small issue. >> you want to talk about stuff
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that's not in these emails. how significant is it that we don't see any talk about beefing up security in benghazi even though we've known for a long time ambassador stephens was complaining that he didn't think the american presence there could fend off a big attack? >> we knew. there was factual evidence before that those warnings were given. those are gone so it indicates they knew. >> there is a smoking gun there. >> thanks so much for weighing in this morning. 20 minutes after the hour. coming up he tried to steal a car but this would be car jacker never saw this coming. >> you thought i was your friend? you thought i was your friend so you woke up stupid this morning? >> the man you don't want to mess with joins us live next.
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23 minutes after the hour. time for your news by the numbers. the 99th annual indy 500 is happening in just a few hours. we have a special memorial day weekend race. 116 is the age a detroit woman just turned to become the world's oldest woman. and 500 million is how many android users are at risk of having their data fall into the wrong hands. ♪ ♪ welcome, a would be car jacker picked the wrong guy to
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mess with. >> you were just getting in random people's cars. >> i thought you were my friend. >> i thought i was friend. >> a would be robber hopped into the car while he was parked. but he turned the tables and held the guy at gunpoint until the cops came. thanks for coming with us. >> good morning. >> we want to hear your account of how this all went down. how was it that was videotaping? >> one of my technicians that was on site already. we were at the family dollar doing an install. we do field it for shim-tech. he was actually inside already. we were on the phone discussing an issue that we were having with that particular site. so when all of this transpired he could hear it on his phone and so he came outside and --
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>> this guy hopped in your car -- >> this guy comes in your car? where did the gun come from? he had the gun? >> no, i actually keep a firearm in my vehicle. one of those jess in case things. better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it. >> what department? >> i don't know what he wanted but his words were you know what this is he's hopping in the car. he says you know what this is. at that point, you know i go ahead and draw down on him. i'm not trying to find out what he's trying to take from me or -- he's not bringing me any good news. >> the line of the day so far is did you wake up stupid? where did that come from? that's my new twitter handle? >> i'm not sure i ever asked
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anyone that. at the moment i guess i have to say i was kind of irritated about the whole thing. >> then he tries to deny that he actually wasn't trying to be involved in a car jacking when the police got there, but they obviously bought your story and not his and did they even shaking hands with you. what was the interaction once the cops got to the scene? >> he tried to deny it. he said he made a mistake, which i think anyone would concur you definitely messed up. >> did you just go back to work after he held this guy at gunpoint and gave him over to the cops? did you then go back into the family dla dollar and finish your install? >> yeah. the work still needed to be done. we were there for a reason and we needed to complete the job. >> that's great. what did the police say to you? >> the officer -- the first one who approached me he said good job. we shook hands and afterwards
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he was saying that he always wished that he could come out on a call and have the bad guy already wrapped up. >> our hero. >> have a great memorial day weekend and glad you are safe this holiday weekend. >> you too. >> thanks for the one liner. did you wake up stupid? have a nice day. one school banning students from the school carnival because they can't afford the $10 fee. before you cook up burgers and barbecue what you need to know next? i woke up stupid and haven't cleaned my grill in two years. ♪ ♪ ♪
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i'm at the beach doing some rolls at the air national guard. >> did they give you the controls? >> they did, actually. that was the only time i was
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scared. >> your hair doesn't move when you are upside down. >> there we go. >> it ends up in the -- what do you call the dome that's above you? >> the cockpit? the thing on top? the canopy. >> i did some stand up. i did get sick unfortunately. >> you guys want some chips this morning. >> we're taking salties with sailors this morning. we're also sending -- taking your pictures for the #proud american. ready. come on clayton get in with thes chips. photo bomb. cheese. >> #proud american moment hanging our flag at our first home. it was awesome. hey, kelly. they just moved in. and this little proud american celebrating all of our nation's
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heroes including her dad who is in the special forces and is currently serving. send us your proud american photos this morning with the hash tag. rick is standing by with some folks taking some photos of you. this is the anti selfie group. we're too cool for theie. >> too sophisticated. we have some severe weather again we're going to watch today. little further toward the east. portions of that side of the mississippi river. tomorrow it switches back to texas again. we're going to see a few tornadoes and strong storms and continue threat for flooding. some spots in the eastern side of texas maybe another three to four inches of rain. across the northeast, it's going to be a spectacular day. 81 degrees in burlington vermont. 84 in hartford and plenty of
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sunshine. we have a lot of risk for strong rip currents across much of the eastern seaboard today so be very careful across those beaches. the rain continues across much of the south. across the west we continue to see a few thunderstorms and a little bit of snow. yesterday, we had learned a lot about our clayton morris. that he has some grilling challenges. take a look at what happened yesterday. >> how important is it to clean this afterwards? i was just remarking to me mine is charcoaled black because i'm too lazy about it. >> we have some good news for clayton morris and for you if you are out there thinking about how to get your grill prepped. we have the folks to help us get started. >> nice to see both of you this morning. >> happy to be here. my problem is i didn't clean the
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grill for two years. is that a mistake? >> it's a mistake. >> you know what else kill your propane tank too. how many times have you had a party, people coming over and oh, no you forgot to get the tank filled. you want to make sure your tank is full you turn your grill on high probably 15 20 minutes and a good sturdy brush can get it clean. once you get it clean, you want it to cool a little and get some oil because you got to have some russ rust. if you have a charcoal grill, anything you need to do to prep that one as well? >> same thing.
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except you are safe have a bag of charcoal. >> it's spring cleaning. show us we got to make some meat. we got to put some good stuff on the grill. what are these here? we start with the steak. >> if you want to make people happy at your house, bring a tomahawk steak. >> a two-inch thick rib eye with the bone. >> how do you season it? >> today, we're using a little olive oil and we're using a barbecue dry rub. i recommend salt and perp. it could be a montreal spice. >> or just garlic and oil. >> what do you call that? a barn yard burger? >> today we're doing the barn
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yard burger where we do the bake couldn't cheddar. >> you are slicing up the cheddar, putting pieces of cheddar into the beef. >> and they are fresh made every day. >> and barbecue pulled pork on top of a burger. >> this is the double double on a pretzel roll. this is our favoriteburgers. >> when you got to four you got to go to five. i saw you firing up some chicken too. >> it's another thing we do at fresh ground at the store. here we do it with avodado, bacon, let us and tomato. >> bacon is in fashion.
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>> it came back. >> you guys have amazing stuff. thank you guys for being here. >> you bringing that lobster over. >> that is a big one. what do you think about this lobster? >> is it artificial? >> it's the size of a dog. like a big dog. >> i saw a guy walking this in central park. >> you can take this little guy if you want to. we got to get these new headlines, the cost of coverage, the united nations foundation will cover the u.n. agenda. members of the media will undergo training in a $6 million effort to popularize the u.n. sustainable global.
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can't pay, you can't play. the parents couldn't afford to pay the $10 admission fee. they were forced to sit in the auditorium. the fee was to cover the $6,200 cost of hosting that carnival. was that fair? stop you have the right to remain adorable. >> hello. you guys know why i pulled you over today. >> because you're too cute. >> are you whies guys? >> mind your business. >> he has no backup floor it. >> a virginia police officer pulling his kids over in their car. he hopes the video helps humanize police officers and showing the lighter side to law enforcement. the protests have started
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but the justice department wasting no time getting involved with the unrest in cleveland. is this the new standard operating procedure for the federal government? and there was at least one person in the world who believed tom brady is not a cheat, but now she's dead? how she used her final words to fight for her quarterback next.
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upset about strike calls the neext before. a patriot fan is declaring tom brady's deflate gate innocence even after death. a white cleveland police officer, michael brelo was cleared of criminal charges. protests erupting across the city. the justice department promising to review the case. is this the new standard operating procedure for the federal government? joining us now rob wheeler and david bruno. i want to start with you. what do you make of this doj investigation? we already know they looked into what unfolded at the cleveland police department. what would be new this time. >> they are going to look at whether or not officer brelo
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could perhaps face federal charges to some degree and actually clayton that is the doj's responsibility to look into cases like this. not every case like this but a number of cases like this and especially right now, clayton because of what's going on around the country, i think they do have a duty and an obligation to do so. >> david, do you agree? >> do they have an obligation? they can. i think it's a good idea especially with protests and things like that. we've seen this happen like in the ferguson case where the doj came in and issued a report clearing the police officers. is it a good idea? yes, i do agree. >> what do you guys think about what the mayor said last night? >> i grew up on the streets of cleveland. as a matter of fact i have several relatives that's members of the cleveland police department and i can tell you, clayton, that people there as
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well as all around the country are very frustrated right now. look the verdict yesterday was obviously a significant blow to that community. there's no justification for the officer's actions even though we have to respect the decision of the court. so i think what we're going to continue to see in this country are uprisings such as what we saw in ferguson and baltimore until we can find a way to come together to try to get rid of some of some of these issues that we have. we have to deal with it. ns not going to get any better. you understand some of these emotions 137 shots fired. 13 officers involved in this. a 22-mile chase. it all started when their car back fired in front of police headquarters. no shots were fired. their car back fired. that led police on a high speed chase. was this acquittal appropriate? >> i believe it was. for those who disagree and don't understand. i would invite people to read
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the 43-page opinion by judge o'donnell. there's two real substantial legal issues in this case one of of which was causation and what shots caused the decedents' deaths. there were 137 shots fired. four fatal to the male and seven shots to the female. the judge couldn't determine what shots killed them. that was the basis of the acquittal. >> are we afraid we're going to face this same problem like baltimore, ferguson new york all over again? >> absolutely we are and not just with cleveland. i think with other cases as well. let's face it injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere, and until we start addressing these problems clayton, we're going to continue to see riots all across this country.
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>> thanks so much for joining us. coming up as the nation honors the fallen heroes who fought for our freedom, zero democrats celebrating ice cream? is this memorial day tweet of president obama really appropriate? and george clooney goes out of this world in the new disney movie "tomorrowland". kevin mccarthy as the answer.
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hitting the big screen this weekend. >> go away. didn't you see the dog? >> i want you to take me there. >> take you where? where did you get this? who are you kid? >> should you see it on this long weekend? let's ask fox news contributor kevin mccarthy down in washington. >> awesome outfit. >> this is actually a full blown suit. this is serious. we're getting serious here guys. come on. >> i'm excited about "tomorrowland." it's appealing to me. does it work for kids? >> here's the thing, clayton, which is interesting. when you are dealing with kids. this movie is so overly convoluted. it is the guy who wrote lost.
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what you are dealing with here is the character who finds a magical pen who transports her to a mystery world called tomorrowland and elements in that world are affecting this world. she teams up with george clooney clooney's character to try to save the world. i'm trying to wrap any mind around what happened in the movie. you are dealing with a movie that is so under whel ming. there's really no emotional pay-off and i never felt connected to the characters overall. it's visually amazing. the effects are incredible. that does not work. for the kids i would not recommend it for the whole family. i gave it 2 1/2 out of 5.
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the i max version of the movie has 16% more of the movie. >>. if you are looking for a great kids movie by the way, rent "paddington." and poult ter gieft, this is a pointless remake. it's the almost exact same film. it's well-made from a production standpoint but why see is it? there's no point. this movie. it's way too fast paced. a gave it 2 1/2 out of 5. the only movie you should be seeing are mad max, pitch perfect 2. >> and avengers.
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>> and pitch perfect 2 is so good by the way. i love that movie. >> i don't know if you are impressed or appalled. how many times have you seen it? >> pitch perfect or mad max? >> i have have seen it 3 times. everyone should see mad max. speaking of movies one of holiday's -- hollywood's biggest stars issuing an apology before he's done anything. he's issuing a preology preapology. we pray right now whatever is going on that you would fix it. we pray that you heal it redeem it deliver it because we know that you are a god who knows how to make a way. now, this prayer is going viral and he didn't even plan on speaking. you got to hear this one
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how you may be able to get every month free. it's sunday may 24th 2015. another city on the brinch? peaceful protests turning violent in cleveland after an officer is acquitted of murder. at least 40 people arrested and many wandering is this the next ferguson or baltimore. >> and a big win for ben carson. the republican hopeful picking up a victory overnight. some democrats say it's not him they are scared of. it's marco rubio. why they are worried. one of hollywood's biggest stars issuing an apology before he's done anything wrong. it's a preapology.
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send us your pictures this morning. we want to see your proud american photos. use the #proud american. we're getting to that fox news alert this morning. cleveland is on edge dozens arrest when mostly peaceful protests turned violent. a judge acquitted a police officer in the 2012 shooting death of a black couple who were unarmed. they were killed in a barrage of 137 blults after leading police on a 22-mile high speed chase. officer brelo fired 15 times after the couple stopped the car. a judge ruled there was no proof that the officer caused either death. the victims' family want answers. >> whatever reason they didn't pull over we don't know. what i can say they did not
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deserve to die for fleeing and alluding. the mayor issued a stern warning to the public. >> it is my expectation that we will show the nation the peaceful demonstration and dialog is the right direction. >> well now the doj is getting involved with the case and investigating whether any additional charges should be filed. we had on rob wheeler and david bruno early on the show who understood this whole process and david wrought up good point the acquittal with the number of bullets fired, it was impossible for the judge to figure out which of the bullets went in from his gun and that led to that acquittal for michael brelo. >> argues argued when he went up there and stood on the hood and firing the shots, he was also putting his life on the line by coming in to direct possible
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fire because you remember these officers had reports of shots fired. it turns out they were unarmed and may have been the car having some sort of malfunction. >> what we saw in this case the judge was very careful reading his 34-page long decision because he said look whether you like this or not, this is not something to celebrate or to riot about. what we're seeing with this judge now is somebody who made what he felt was the right direction based on the evidence regardless of what was going to happen outside. this is the kind of judge that you want, but it is remarkable that they are issuing these statements just in case you know -- >> just feeling the need to after we saw in baltimore, with marilyn mosby saying i hear you. >> you can understand tensions being high. 13 officers involved.
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62 police cars were involved in this case. 137 shots. that's why you have folks like lebron james coming out and urging people to remain calm. you remember him protesting about what happened with eric garner in new york city. that city is on edge. he said rally around the game tomorrow night. >> this is different. lebron james in cleveland is the biggest -- he's one of the biggest stars, if not the biggest star in ohio in midwestern sports and he's using his platform to urge peace. that's a good thing. i'm a big lebron fan. now we wait and see what happens. >> they have the big game of course the eastern conference finals. he's saying just channel your passions in a the cleveland cavaliers instead of going out and burning buildings. >> we're going to switch gears
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and go to an extreme weather alert. an oklahoma firefighter drown overnight after being swept away during a water rescue in claremore. also in oklahoma a suspected tornado damaging several buildings on a small farm. no major injuries reported. flooding of historic proportions across much of texas. they have had had so much rain in the last of weeks. we've got these upper level disturbances across areas of the west and it funnels it across the south. incredible rain. austin area picking up 8 inches of rain. that caused some of the rivers to go to their record stages in athe matter of an hour. in some cases rising around 40 feet.
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it wash out one bridge in the town of wimbarly. the floods you see where we have these concerns where you have the red color, that's flash flooding going on right around the austin area same across dallas and oklahoma. severe weather a little bit farther to the east. a few more tornadoes could be seen. maybe another three or four inches of rain there. >> three to four inches of rain in texas. >> some spots had 8 inches yesterday and some spots have seen up to 20 inches in the last three to four weeks. and on to some other stories making headlines. new court documents reveal three workers raced against time to arrange the ransom.
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we know he arranged the ransom to be delivered. the first worker picked up it from the bank of america branch and second one takes it to the house and third one put money inside a red car in the garage. hours later, the house was on fire. a big win for dr. ben carson. he won the southern republican leadership conference straw poll. the nsa data collection program now being taken apart after the senate failed to reach a deal to extend it. the program officially ends on the 31st. congress on a week long recess, officials are starting the
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disman dismantling process. they have failed to reach a solution. and a high school graduate is garnering national baenction tor impromptu attention. >> christian crawford stepped up to the podium and led the crowd in a prayer. >> we pray right now that whatever is going on that you will fix it. god we bray that you heal it, redeem it deliver it because we know you are a god who knows how to make a way. >> christian says he stepped up to the microphone and god just took over. those are your headlines. did you guys see "guardians of the galaxy"? chris pratt, the star of that
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movie is hilarious, by the way. he's also star of the new jurassic world movie. he decided to issue a pre-apology in case he says anything stupid. >> this is an excerpt from his apology. i want to make a heart felt apology for whatever it is i end up accidentally saying during the forthcoming #jurassic world press tour. i am just dumb. plain and simple. i try. i really try. you must understand i would likely have been tired and exhausted when i potentially said that thing i will have said. will have had crossed the line. wow. >> he could be more press out of this than if he had actually said something stupid because i haven't seen much about the new jurassic park movie.
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how far can this go? it's like an insurance policy. you get the insurance, if i say anything stupid i'm already story for it. >> we're all just so politically correct all the time. he just knows he's going to offend somebody for something eventually might maybe possibly say. >> you never know you are going to say something that 0 offends. everyone is so sensitive these days. >> you remember when eva mendez says sweat pants were the number one cause for divorce. >> if she would have posted on facebook a pre-apology, she would have been clean. >> i'm going to apologize now for the next two hours of this show ahead of time. >> there's a chance i'll say something stupid. i'm not saying i will but if i do here's my pre-apology. >> i'm going to take the risk and apologize after if something happens. >> do it first.
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>> a bomb shell document dump. was the release on specific emails on benghazi a strategic premove? chris wallace will weigh on that next. the mascot for the st. louis cardinals in hot water after holding a sign supporting police. what's wrong with that? but first from the band on this memorial day weekend. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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a bombshell document dump the state department releasing the first batch of hillary clinton's emails including some correspondence related to benghazi but did officials friendly to her hand pick the email that were released. joining us now is chris wallace. i'm naturally a cynical guy, when i hear they are releasing these right before the memorial day weekend, i think something is afoot. is this >> this is classic washington. when you are going to release documents that might be potentially damaging you release them on a friday on a long holiday weekend when people aren't paying attention reading or watching the news. you got to remember that these are the documents that hillary clinton and her lawyers are allowing us to see because this isn't -- this isn't just -- if
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she had used a government email server then we would see everything is she had sent during her four years of secretary of state. she had her own private email server and she decided and her lawyer which of the 60,000 emails to make available and which to delete and, you know it may well be these are all of the benghazi emails but it may not be that these are all the benghazi emails. we'll never know. >> how transparent is this thing, chris? because they put all this stuff out. they say look we're cooperating. we've got the benghazi stuff out. leave us alone. is it really as transparent as people and voters will expect? >> i don't put any of this on the state department. they get the documents that she gave them and they had already given 296 of those emails to the
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benghazi committee, those were the emails that were released. all they got is what they were given by hillary clinton and her lawyer and i believe in good faith they are giving those out, but they don't know what they didn't get. >> there may not be a smoking gun or the next topic that is released in the next batch of emails. >> i don't want to be overly cynical. one has to wonder if there really was a smoking gun and maybe there isn't, but if there really were a smoking, would they have given them to the state department in the first place? >> all of them. who do you have coming up on the big show today chris? >> we're going to be talking to mike huckabee one of 296 people running for president on the republican side. we'll talk to him among other things about his candidacy, hirk's emails and also this
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continuing struggle about the nsa bulk data collection now up in the air until the 31st -- it's hours before it's set to expire. we'll talk to u.s. ambassador john bolton. he's a sharp critic of president obama. >> have a great weekend as well. thanks for joining us. coming up are you enjoying your memorial day weekend? are you being bothered by work emails? can you sue your boss for making you answer late emails when you are off the clock? >> check your employee handbook.
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quick headlines now. syrian state tv says the islamic state has killed 400 people most of them women and children in palmyra. the city's archaeological sites are at risk of being destroyed. the pentagon is looking to build a long range missile system in alaska. it's expected to cost around $1 billion and be operational in 2020. are you working overtime? >> hi. i know this is totally last minute but i was hoping that you can maybe get a flight for my boss from miami to new york tonight. from miami to new york yeah i need it tonight.
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i'm trying to get a flight tonight, for tonight from miami to new york. >> so can you sue your boss for having to answer those late night emails? here now to debate. nice to see both of you. welcome to the show. >> good morning, clayton. >> do you have a right to sue your boss if you get late night emails? >> well in my view probably not. in the world of employment law, there are always a lot of rules and exemptions and everything of that nature but at the end of the day, these kind of cases fall under a federal law known as the fair labor standards act and that's the federal overtime law. there are several exemptions to that that drive people out of overtime qualification. for example, to give you an idea of how low the threshold is if someone is salaryied at $24,000 a
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year or month, they are an office administrative they would fall under an exemption. it sounds unfair. that's really the state of the law right now. >> it seems there are not enough legal opinions out there. we're in this new digital frontier where 44% said they regularly perform their work and job outside of work often on their smart phones at night. we have this idea that at 5:00 p.m. you should be able to shut down. those days are gone. >> it's a very unfortunate situation. the hours and wages is on the forefront of people right now, the minimum wage stuff and as far as this is concerned, this is not a matter of labor versus business. this is enforcement of the law. it's the law of the land. last generation of workers, employers would allow them to have time off at night. it was very sacred to spend time with your family. all of that has changed because
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of the new technologies but that doesn't necessarily allow employers to not pay people for working after hours. >> that's the issue. they are expected to be always on and if they are not paying them for overtime and yet they are expected to always be responding. i email you last night, it was 8:00. you didn't respond. what were you doing? i was home with my family. >> it was unfair. this is really what i would call kind of a modern fact of life. i agree with everything that you are saying but the modern fact of life is these days we carry our emails with us and there are a number of things that employees do that they don't necessarily get paid for. this is a low threshold which the president has expressed great frustration with. even this they are not nonexempt, they don't get paid for commuting time. >> first of all, i look at this
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employers, for example, you come in early on the job and you are doing prep work you get paid for it if you are an hourly worker. i had cases where i represent, you know overtime clients. recently i went -- i sued a franchise, a pizza delivery person. he only worked there a month. i settled the case for about $50,000. you know this is a secret for you viewers. labor lawyers like myself who represent individuals, we used to sue for discrimination but now the burden of proof is so difficult, but in overtime cases, it's easy. and you are entitled to get not only the time and a half if you are not paid but you are entitled to get liquidated damages and interest and attorney fees. if you work in the middle of the night and they want you to do something, it's akin to coming in early in the day. >> only if you are nonexempt. >> don't give up your rights. we appreciate you joining us tomorrow. should you be paid for those
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also the navy has a #salty with a sailor. debra sent us this photo. she said she couldn't be prouder. and one of our viewers took their son to a cemetery to teach him the true meaning of memorial day. and #proud to be an american. this is new this morning, a missouri man hundred coming to a dramatic end. james horn accused in the shooting death of his girlfriend and her son. she found -- they found the suspect armed and hiding.
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it started the it late april. he forced her to live in a wooden box for months. a would be car jacker picked the wrong guy to mess with. >> you just get in random people's cars? i thought you were my friend. >> i thought i was your friend. you woke up stupid this morning. >> the suspect gets in the car and says you know what this is and the tables are turned. he holds the thief at gunpoint until the police arrived. he told us how officers reacted. >> the officer, the first one who approached me he said good job. we shook hands and afterwards he was saying that he always wished that he could come out on a call and have the bad guy already wrapped up. >> the police didn't buy the
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would be car jacker's story. he's been charged with attempted robbery. and the mascot for the st. louis cardinals is under fire after holding a police lives matter sign in a picture. a couple asked fredbird to hold the sign. they claim he wasn't aware of what the sign said. and not so sweet tweet. the democratic national committee is under fire for tweeting a picture of president obama licking an ice cream cone while wishing everyone a happy memorial day. it was taken in st. paul minnesota. many are outraged because a picture of him eating ice cream does nothing to honor our soldiers. >> there's a picture.
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>> to be fair i'm sure it was some intern at the dnc, this looks like a good one to tweet out. >> it probably wasn't actually signed b.o. at the end of that. we have some folks here from oklahoma city. we have been talking about you guys for weeks from all the rain you are getting. how has it been? >> really wet. a lot of food flood degree -- flooding. >> you guys need this rain. >> it's worth having the rain. >> it helps the ranchers and farmers out there. too much of it coming too quickly. take a look at the weather maps. i want to show you what's been going on over the country over the last little period. you can see all the rainfall totals there. so many places breaking records for rainfall. oklahoma city now, it's your all-time wettest month of any month ever. here's your forecast across the northeast today. it's going to be a beautiful one.
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temps climbing around ten degrees warmer than you were yesterday. dwret ready -- get ready, tomorrow continues to warm up. more rain this morning in and across texas and oklahoma and throughout the today. that will continue up the mississippi river valley. it's barbecue time. did you guys plan for some beers this weekend? don't hesitate -- >> we have a whole special beer animation that they need to show first. >> i love our beer animation. >> i wanted to know which guy in the graphics department's hand it was. >> drinking beer has benefits to it. preventing heart disease. >> joining us is the new york president of the u.s. bartenders guild and creative director of
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seam stress. we can drink beer and feel good about it. >> obviously in moderation. >> your bones are really strong there. >> you are going to have a little -- we're going to think about hops and flavors. they say that with pale ales for women it helps to fight osteopoerses. we have two hearted from michigan. >> silicon, if you are pamela anderson do you want any more? >> i think she has enough potentially. >> she has acrylic nails. >> you have fruity beers. >> an apple a day keeps the doctor away. for those of you who are gluten intolerant and fruit is get for you. we have two different options. we have a cider. this one is called a steel
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rattler. this one is going to be lonely 40% beer and 60% grapefruit soda. it has that viemt c in there for you. it's a nice option. >> beer and grapefruit. what about the ipa. >> that's potentially the best for you. because the more hop, the more you are putting into your body. >> we have sierra nevada that has hops oils in it. and is. >> is it possible to have too much in your body? is that bad? >> if you only have a few beers you are going to have then you are going fine. >> we would be remiss as a great bartender. is this a beer cocktail? >> you can find this on the menu
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at my place, steamstress. this one has hops and bitterness. it's good for your stomach. we have a little bit of fruit that comes from saint george zil -- distillery. >> wed should mention -- we should mention folds of honor and budweiser. >> for every case you buy, a donation is made to our military families. >> most of these people surrounding us here in town for fleet week have a beer but don't be alarmed because they are all for now closed. unopened. for now. we have a break going on. pamela great for you seeing this morning. to learn these recipes, where do
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we got? >> you can go to seamstress.com and search for recipes. it may be 5:00 somewhere on that end of the plaza. i have a cheeseburger in paradise. republican presidential hopeful ben carson gets a big win on the straw poll. this dog has a big stick and a bigger problem. will he ever get across? you got to see this one. ♪ ♪ ♪
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quick headlines now that are going viral. there are no problems big enough for this canine to solve. he's bringing a big stick home. after a few minutes of problem solving, he turns the stick sideways and he walks across the bridge. do you see anything wrong with this $150,000 porsche? a man brought it to a shop in dubai to fix a dent in the bumper. when he got it back he noticed another problem. porsche was misspelled. he relabeled it shc instead of sch. republican prez shall candidate dr. ben carson comes
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out on top in the straw poll at the southern republican leadership conference in oklahoma city. he got 25% of the vote. scott walker 20 and cruz 16.4%. do these stroll polls really predict anything? joining us now democratic strategist bassil. >> i'll start with you, i know it's early, but does ben carson have to win stuff like this to stay relevant? >> he does have to win straw polls like this to stay relevant but probably not in the way he did it. he bought tickets for about half of votes that he got. so that's really not the way to do it. he's got to build a lot of grassroots support. it does look like he's got a bit of a following, but the reality i don't think it lasts much deeper into the primary. >> what do you think?
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>> i love the lineup that the republicans have because it shows america the depth of what the conservatives are trying to accomplish. i think ben carson is great. i think we would all agree. he's a real good role model for so many people. he campaigned for this. at the same time one of the things that he really need to do is know about what he's talking about on foreign policy and understand the dynamic of what's happening in governing. those are his weaknesses. he can clearly win straw polls. he won't be a player in the long had been ---term dynamic. it good fun for him. >> who does he remind you? >> i think he's turning into rand paul a little bit when it comes to straw polls. >> i may agree with you in terms of the straw polls aspect of it. i think ron paul and rand paul i think are the two candidates previously and current who can
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actually transform the republican party. actually take the grassroots and bring them a little more to the center. i don't think dr. carson can do that just yet. >> i don't think abandoning the entire foreign policy dynamic is bringing the republicans to the center. there is plenty of time for that. we've also seen republicans are turning on each other right now. listen to this. >> this debate that we're having right now about the paytriot act and whether we should have strong intelligence around the world is a very dangerous debate because it's being done by people having no experience dealing with what i've dealt with. >> understanding through practical experience doing business shouldn't be discounted we see what people have no experience in anything other than in government we see what the result is. >> there are some people there are some of those folks, particularly folks in washington who are really good fighters. they are fighting the good
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fight. they are waving the flag they are carrying the banner but they haven't won a whole lot of victories yet. >> are voters at this point so invested in certain candidates that they want to see this kind of in-party fighting? >> what's really marrying right now is name recognition. jeb bush there's baggage with the name. he's got to differentiate with himself. walker has to explain to people what makes him different. so does ben carson ted cruz marco rubio, all of them have to explain themselves to the american people and why it matters. the key is going to be is not to eviscerate everyone else and focus on -- >> do you think it matters that they are fighting now? >> it does matter that they are fighting now. we're pretty far out. they are just going to go negative on each other for a long period of time and hillary clinton just sits back and watches. >> that's the key thing.
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>> i'm going to leave it there. coming up this video, horrifying and military skydiving stunt goes wrong when the sky diver flies into the power lines.
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welcome back. this year marks 70 years at the end of world war ii but today some of those veterans are
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fighting a new battle. the chance to honor their comrades by reopening a war memorial shut for decades. >> i had a chance to visit with two of those heros and hear their story. let's listen. meet the real life band of brothers. one by one the four brothers each went to serve their country and fight in world war ii. >> i knew i was going to go into the navy. >> they heard their captain say world war ii is over. we all started to cheer. we were so happy. >> the war was over. >> and construction began on this the brooklyn war memorial: it's dead katded to more than 300,000 heroic men and women that fought for liberty in the second world war but since 1985 the doors have been locked to
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the public and more importantly to our nation's heros. every memorial day they decorate the memorial with an american flag. >> we think about our friends that give up their lives for us. >> the memorial needs restoration, wheelchair ramp new electrical plumbing and air conditioning. >> these are full renovations. what we're looking at now is all the public has access too but inside is wonderful rich history. there's only 12,000 names of those that lost their lives on the wall there. >> we'd like to get it open so people can go in and look at all the names on the wall. >> they're not here. to have this interview. but i can still see their faces. i can still see their faces. i can see them throwing touch football in the street. this is my neighbor. he went into the marines, i went
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into the navy. i still think about him when i see a marine. he never made it. he got killed on the beach. >> you want to get this memorial open for him and for so many men like him. >> that's what i want to do. >> to find out more information or to donate there's a go fund me page. set up brooklyn war memorial.org. >> $70 million. >> this weekend those guys and everybody else who served that's request we have the long weekend. >> coming up here on the show remember the college student that sparked the sickening trend of stomping on the american flag well he is on the run now. a fugitive from the cops for weeks and he's now speaking out. we'll hear his sickening comments next. >> and no pay no play. one school banning students from
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it's sunday 24th of may, 2015. fox news alert, cleveland on edge. dozens arrested overnight after an officer is acquitted of manslaughter. protests filling into the streets and worried this could be another baltimore. a live update from police in moments. >> a skydiving stunt goes horribly wrong. a military sky diver slamming into power lines during a memorial day show. look. yikes. the rest of that dramatic video and what we just learned about his condition. >> and a reunion two decades in
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the making. a veteran reunites with with who he saved in iraq when she was just weeks old. fox and friends hour four starts right now. ♪ who would you put your money on? who is the best griller? who is the best grill mate? we're having a grill off. >> don't put us in that position. >> well we're going to taste the food and decide. so it's not like you can just say oh it's all good. there will be a winner. >> will it be a blind taste test? we don't know. >> i don't know. >> send us your memorial day pictures by the way and #proud american however you are celebrating this weekend or
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memorializing those that have given the ultimate sacrifice for this country. we'll share them on our website and here on the show. >> we have our personal facebook and twitter pages and fox and friends weekend and we're going to get right to the other fox news alert. in cleveland dozens are arrested. more than 100 people swarming the streets after a judge acquitted a police officer in the 2012 shooting death of an unarmed black couple. >> timothy russell and melissa williams. they were skilled in a barrage of 137 bullets after leading officers on a high speed chase. he was the only officer charged in that and he filed 15 times after the couple stopped the car. there's no proof though that his shots caused either death but the victim's families still want answers. >> getting up on top of that car and shooting 49 bullets into two
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people is not right. there's something totally wrong about that. >> yesterday's ruling sparking immediate protests in the street. the police issuing a stern warning to the public. >> we also want to make sure that our parents out there are aware of where their children are. we don't want anybody caught up in an unnecessary situation. especially our kids. >> the doj is investigating whether any additional charges should be filed. we'll get back to that press conference as soon as it kicks off there in cleveland. >> we're awaiting the chief of police to comment on that case. we'll bring it to you as soon as we have it. now we want to get to extreme weather. brand new video out of texas where several water rescues are underway this morning. that wasn't the video. here is the video from texas. >> strong storms packing heavy rains. slammed the central plains causing the river just north of
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san antonio to swell. >> overnight in oklahoma a firefighter killed after being swept away by flood waters during a rescue. more severe weather, rick. >> that river going to its all time high level ever. it washed out a road. one of the bridges in the area. all kinds of water rescues going on. a lot of it rain happening through the overnight hours. you get an idea of how scary that is. that much rain falling that quickly. this is also an area that's seen that much rain over the last few weeks and the bulls eye of it is just here to the southwest of austin and radar estimates for that may be up to 8 inches of rain just in a matter of a couple of hours. we still have the rain going on. it's pulling to the east. we are drying out around oklahoma city. dallas is mostly moving just to the east at least for today. all this rain will pull off toward the east. tomorrow it redevelops in texas and brings us the threat for
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severe weather. we have all kinds of flooding concerns going on. believe there's still a flash flood warning going on. it's not popping up on that map there. rivers all of them out of their banks toward dallas. just to the east of oklahoma city. interstate 40. all that flooding will continue to be there as well as a threat for tornadoes today and tomorrow. more tornadoes. three or four inches of additional rain fall tomorrow after everything they have seen. we still have a long road ahead of us. >> now to other stories making headlines. new court documents revealing three family workers race to deliver the $40,000 in the d.c. mansion murders. he arranged the drop on the morning of the murders while being tortured by suspect daron wint. the first worker picked up the money from the bank of america branch. the second took it to a house and gave it to an assistant that
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put it inside a red car in the garage. hours later the mansion was on fire. savopoulos his wife son, and housekeeper killed. >> they'll be paying respects later today. one day before going on maternity leave, she was gunned down in a shoot out that also killed the suspect. the omaha community has come together in the wake of her murder showing support for the family. the viewing takes place today and she will be laid to rest tomorrow. >> iraqi forces now launching counter attacks against the islamic state marching toward ramadi. this is some u.s. special opps troops want to fight isis on the front lines but the obama administration policies is restricting their mission. >> no one is interested in rolling tanks from baghdad to
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damascus but sending raids in to disrupt the enemy's command structure to keep them off balance would go a long way toward hindering their ability to operate. >> in a new interview one unnamed special operator says we're doing everything through cell phones. it's hard to do much when you can't go outside the wire. and a very straightening accident. a military sky diver hits power lines at a memorial day event in tennessee. >> well he appears to be blown off course by the wind. he was one of three men all military or reserve parachuting saturday evening. he was alert and conscious after he hit the ground but suffered serious injuries. he is expected to be okay. the other two men were not injured. those are your morning headlines. >> we want to get right back to the fox news alert now. we're listening to the mayor of
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cleveland, frank jackson. he's speaking at this police press conference. we'll hear from chief of police in a short time. >> yes, they were peaceful although aggressive at the end of the day but still peaceful. in the evening there were some that crossed the line and as a result they were arrested and they crossed the line in some cases by assaulting bystanders which again we will not tolerate. so i'm going to have the chief come up and talk to you about -- give you an update as to where we are and where we anticipate going today and give you some indication as to the number of arrests that were made yesterday and why. >> thanks mayor. good morning. first of all as the mayor stated
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the majority of the protestors and protest activity yesterday remain peaceful although sometimes aggressive but still peaceful and within the bounds we expect from people here in cleveland. we made sure that we allow people to express their first amendment rights. to express their anger and frustration about events that occurred here and around the country. throughout the early part of the day those activities remained peaceful. as we began to go toward the early afternoon hours, things got a little more aggressive. protestors actually blocked one
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of our major thorough fares. this is a dangerous activity and we try to discourage it and prevent it because a highway with cars going 60 miles per hour is a lot different than a public roadway with a 25 miles per hour speed limit. so at that time officers moved in and basically dpaif warningsgave warnings to the protestors that dispersed and got back on to the normal roadway. protestors after a certain time period on the west side of town came back downtown and entered tower city center. they became disruptive. the officers of the division of police was able to get those individuals out of tower city at which time the businesses in tower city closed for the remainer of the day. just as a precaution.
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i stated earlier the protest basically remained peaceful until the later part of the day when people began to get more aggressive and at times started to cross the line. as i stated yesterday we would not allow people to commit acts of violence either against property or persons in this event and officers moved in as soon as those things began to happen. on east 4th and here one of the protestors actually picked up a sign from one of the restaurants on the sidewalk and threw it at the patron enterinjuring the protestor and hitting him in the head. some interfered with the arrest and three people were arrested. the main protestor for assault
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and the other protestors for crimes ranging from obstruction of justice to aggravated rioting. >> the protest continued and moved to an area of east 9th and euclid where we had them pepper spraying patrons seated at restaurants or patio areas down the streets. officers again moved in and made arrests. later in the night we had an incident that happened at east 4th street and euclid where protestors attacked bystanders. officers moved in and the order was given to disperse the protests. they were becoming increasingly violent not so much about officers but against normal every day citizens enjoying
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downtown. officers made several arrests at that time and orders were given for the protestors to disperse. most of them refused at which point we made several arrests as the night went on and we attempted to disperse the protest. this all culminated later on that evening in another confrontation on west 6th where protestors were ordered to disperse. they refused. at which time we brought in enough officers to make several arrests. those arrests were as follows. 71 total individuals were arrest arrested. there were 39 males arrested. 16 females arrested.
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and there were also some juveniles arrested and other adults. we only moved in to make arrests when things got violent and protestors refused to disperse. we wanted to make sure that people understand we're going to help you in this process but if things turn violent as we stated in the beginning we will take action to preserve safety in this city. thank you. any questions? >> it is hard for me to see you -- >> you're listening to -- this is now the mayor. we were listening to the chief of police there, calvin williams in the cleveland police department saying that 71 people were arrested in those protests. they were mostly peaceful. he said that the police department there was allowing protestors to come out and express their first amendment rights and protest their displeasure with the acquittal of michael brelo.
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>> but they wanted to give them space to protest not only what's going on in cleveland but also what's going on around the country. so you would presume if they're trying to give them space to protest what's around the country they would have beef with police but he said these protestors started attacking bystanders so it makes you wonder if the people who were arrested were actually there when the protests started. if someone up et state's exhibit that picked up a sign at a restaurant and hit someone in the head. >> it's similar to what you saw with cvs and the small mom and pop shops. they're innocent. they did say it started out peaceful and turned violent and that's when police officers decided to start taking action.
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>> so 71 people arrested in those protests. we'll continue to monitor what's going on out in cleveland as the show continues this morning. hillary clinton is glad her private e-mails are going public but our next guess says the release is a strategic move to dodge the media. is the media turning a blind eye? more on that next. you do all this research on the perfect car. gas mileage , horse power... torque ratios. three spreadsheets later you finally bring home the one. then smash it into a tree. your insurance company's all too happy to raise your rates. maybe you should've done a little more research on them. for drivers with accident forgiveness liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. see car insurance in a whole new light. liberty mutual insurance.
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we're back. a quick look at your headlines now. a new report says the american aid worker taken hostage by the islamic state that died on earlier this year passed on a chance to escape. she stayed behind to help another aid worker unable to flea. an air strike killed mueller.
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general motors negotiating a record fine after a probe identified criminal wrong doing. the settlement likely to surpass a billion dollars could be reached in the next few months. all right. the state department releasing the first batch of hillary clinton's e-mails on the friday of a holiday weekend. >> was this a strategic move? howie, how are you? thank you for being with us. >> good morning doing great. >> this wreaks of politics. any time there's a document just before a holiday. >> you don't think it was a consequence? i think it was very carefully planned out because not only did the journalists get a late start on friday but a lot of people are having barbecues and going away from the weekend an even beyond the state department decision to put out these hilary
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benghazi e-mails on the friday of a holiday weekend, a day earlier they were leaked to the new york times and a lot of media organizations take their queue from the times. all of these combining to blunt the impact of that release. >> do you think the media will give them a pass on these e-mails? she has been avoiding the media all together. >> yeah interesting, a couple of times this week hilary has taken a few questions from reporters and the e-mails have come up and the questions haven't been well crafted and she has given general answers and because it's not a whole news conference very difficult to ask followers. the press is generally interested particularly in the fact that she had this private server and we don't know if these were all the e-mails because the whole thing was wiped clean but at the same time some of these things the time line the involvement of her confidant and former white
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house aid and guy trying to do business in libya at the same time he was peppering the secretary of state with bad intel about libya, all of that works to her benefit. >> how about on friday when we knew the documents were going to come out. it seemed like a lot of deep sea reporters were laughing. they said classic holiday news stuff on a friday. the clintons are at it again. they had to record the history of it and stop giving them a free pass and say wait a second you guys are up to something. >> i don't think i would say free pass because it's the new york times which is a left leaning organization that broke the original story about the private e-mails as written by the clinton foundation as well and the role of bloomenthal
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which is disturbing. there's going to be more releases of e-mails if there are any of these batches damaging information showing hilary was being politically calculating or wasn't telling the truth. that will be a big story but so far we haven't gotten there. >> is she being smart in all of this? everyone is saying she's not talking to the media. she's answers a few questioning. her poll numbers are going up. what advantage is there for her to talk to the media. >> i know the conventional wisdom is she is rolling for the nomination. why deal with the possess kesky reporters. it's important for her to be seen engaging answering questions, not letting this build up so that you have one of these explosive news conferences with her, 45 negative questions in a row. this is part of running for president. she has to demonstrate she can do it and do it with finesse and humor and she seems to be avoiding journalists like the
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plague. jeb bush takes questions at every stop on the campaign. >> will they mention that these e-mails were pretty much hand picked right. >> everything was erased and this is what the state department released. >> we're tending to forget that she destroyed the e-mails. that sentence should be noted in every single story about this. tuesday journalists will come back from their long weekends and maybe have a second look at this. but you know how the news cycle works. it will be something else that we'll all chase. it's always the classic clinton strategy going back to the white house days which is manage the release, down play it maybe answer one or two questions. and then that's already been covered. nothing to see here. >> this is an old story. this is a fox story. how many times do we hear that. >> the show is called media buzz
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and is right here on the fox newschannel. what's the time? >> 11:00 a.m. we'll see you then. >> right there. >> thanks a lot. 24 minutes after the hour. >> coming up on our program, no pay no play. students can't go to the carnival because they can't afford the $10 fee. >> who will win this grill skills challenge? ♪ if you're taking multiple medications does your mouth often feel dry? a dry mouth can be a side effect of many medications. but it can also lead to tooth decay and bad breath. that's why there's biotene available as an oral rinse toothpaste, spray or gel. biotene can provide soothing relief
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eat them. >> it's memorial day weekend. send us your proud american photos this morning. use the #proud american. >> mom tweets us momma megan and dad brian are proud to be americans and of their son. >> then nancy writing in her great nephew gave a flag to her great uncle who is a vietnam vet. >> and this photo of a grandson evan reading a book about america. keep sending your pictures and make sure you do the #proud america so we find them. >> these are good. >> these are great. >> we'll be cooking here in just a moment and they provided all the food. we'll have a little competition here. marine corp., navy army what else do we have over there? and then our chef is going to take them off as well.
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meanwhile, are you trying to kick back and enjoy your memorial day weekend? but are you being bothered by work e-mails? there's been a number of lawsuits where employees are saying wait a second i'm done at the end of the day. stop e-mailing me mr. boss i'm done and they're winning in some of these lawsuits. so can you sue people for doing more e-mails at nighttime? >> i'm going to side with the employer on this one. what about the opposite? instead of saying pay me for every e-mail i answer after 5:00 p.m. how about every time you check facebook or call and make a doctor's appointment. >> well we have to look at the news websites at work and social media. >> but bosses are understanding. it's part of your work-life balance. as long as the guidelines are laid out when you except the position. you have to come in early sometimes you have to answer e-mails after hours sometimes. >> it's like down in the d.c.
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bureau when march madness hits all work is shutdown right? >> no we're busy on the phone with sources and reporting nonstop throughout. >> sure. >> we had some lawyers on the show earlier this morning that took two sides to this story. it was interesting. we had e-mails this morning. as a small business owner i accept that employees do personal things on my time. so it's not too much to ask that they answer some work e-mails on their time. >> and angela saying when i'm home my biggest priority is my family not work, as it should be. >> and kelly e-mailed how about you celebrate your birthday at home instead of having a party at work or have that baby shower at home instead of at the office? >> what do you think? >> you agree. >> are your bosses bothering you. >> anybody just get an e-mail from their boss? i thought you were in the office. why are you behind the fox and friends guys? >> we're glad you're celebrating with us.
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carson edging out wisconsin governor scott walker and leaving just about everyone else in the dust. ted cruz is the only other candidate in double digits. >> the biggest failure in the history of the department of veterans. getting bailed out by the taxpayers. president obama signed off on the $100 million plan. the project is almost $1 billion over budget and more than a year behind schedule. expected to serve 400,000 veterans and their families. and can't pay? well you don't get to play. a queens new york elementary school turned kids away from the school carnival the reason their parents couldn't afford to pay the $10 admission fee. the new york post is reporting more than 100 pre-k through fifth grade students were forced to sit in the auditorium while
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their classmates got to play. they said the fee was to cover the $6,200 cost of hosting the carnival. >> emotional reunion between a military father and his daughter at a school in philadelphia. >> daddy. [ crying ] >> sergeant trent shoemaker only gets to see his 9-year-old daughter and her mother every few months but mom and dad kept this visit a secret. he served in the army for more than 20 years. those are your news headlines. >> in addition to memorial day weekend it's here at the plaza. boys take it away. >> it's a 27-year-old tradition. 1800 sailors, marines and coast guardsmen are taking part. we thought it would be fun to see how the sea faring chefs
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would feed our servicemen and women and how they would fair against a cook book authoring chef. and culinary specialist of the united states navy and staff sergeant of the united states marine corps. welcome everybody. >> welcome. >> are you guys ready for the competition? before we get started congratulations. you're a brand new father. >> do you have a picture of the baby? we were told you did. >> there he is. two days old. >> my boy. >> hi brooke august parker at home. we have the new family. we're excited. >> what are you going to be cooking? >> we did a surprise ingredient for all of you, right? you're all cooking with pork. >> we're starting off with the fresh pork loin. slow marinated.
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ten minutes. ready on the grill. so easy to work with. i took that pork loin and butterflied it open using a little bit of tabasco and chipotle sauce. you know my favorite. this is a great delicious cheese that has amazing flavor. they're a wisconsin based family owned farm. cheese chipotle sauce, bacon, take the whole thing, roll it up. get it on the grill. slice it up, put it in a sandwich. >> he's cheating. he's using bacon. >> already has bacon pork loin. >> pepper sauce, everything together. we love that. >> take a backseat. all right. what did you make here? >> all right. today, we made a pork tender
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loin. diced onions. used a little bit of olive oil for extra seasoning and we added everything together and mixed it up nice and easy and also we have asparagus on the side. so if you would like to try it try it. >> you've been in the navy since 2003 is that right? >> yes, i came in december 15th 2003 sir. >> how often do you get to prepare meals like this? >> honestly it depends on the guests that we're having but we try to do it every day. we try to do it. we have three different types of service. we have more of a personal hands on type chef style and then industrial style which is more crew and every day. we try to do this every day for everybody. i also participated in other iron chefs competitions we have in navy. which i was the winner of. >> give me five on that one. what's the biggest group you ever had to cook for?
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>> right now. about 1200 or so. >> good grief. >> get in here. that was very good. all right. jesse is next. what branch of the military are you with? >> marine corps. >> marine corps. >> we have a honey lime and mint salad with asparagus and pomegranate juice pineapple and coffee rubbed pork tender loin with vanilla cream sweet potatoes. >> it's already cut for you. >> it's already cut? >> yes. >> is that it? >> what's the secret to the rub here? >> paprika, mustard seeds and
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duncan doughnut's coffee. >> original? >> yeah. >> is there anyone you want to say hi to now that you have the chance. >> my sister shayna and my parents. >> that is delicious. >> that tastes like dessert. amazing. >> they want us to pick which one we like the best. >> the pineapple is very tropical. you should try that as well. >> i don't like to say there's somebody that isn't good. this is all really amazing. >> this whole thing is amazing. you have done a great job. it's hard to pick a winner on this. >> let's not be politically corrected. what's your favorite? that's mine. >> i'm going with this one. >> we have two for jesse. >> i'm down here on my own. >> we love having you on the show. >> you can keep me happy down here. i'm going to go with jeessse also.
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>> sorry guys. >> i'm going to go talk to the crowd out here. >> congratulations. i think jesse was our winner. you did a fantastic job but in the end jesse pulled it off. >> congrats to the marine corps today. >> thank you for helping supply all the food for our group. >> i'm going to eat the whole bag for the rest of the show. thank you, appreciate it. >> coming up here on the show it's the time of the year students get inspiring advice from influential people. >> as i like to tell the c students you too can be president. >> but with liberals dominating chej college commencement scenes we'll take a look at what they may be missing next. >> ten years, two decades in the making. a veteran reunited with the high school student he saved in iraq when she was just weeks old.
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both of them join us live for an emotional reunion straight ahead.
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developing story out of cleveland. anna. >> clayton, thank you so much. top of the hour on your sunday morning and the numbers are in. liberal commencement speakers out numbered conservatives 6 to 1. that's about 84% in america's top 100 colleges but some say conservatives actually give the best speeches. >> those of you who are graduating this afternoon with high honors awards and distinctions. i say, well done and as i like to tell the c students you too can be president. >> well joining us now with more is associate editor and notification book critic at the washington post. thank you for being with us. >> good morning thanks for having me. >> let's talk about vice president joe biden doubling down on president obama's speech about how climate change is integral for global security and that's being the headline of a
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speech. do you think their priorities are in the right place on that? >> i think it's probably not surprising that they both would focus on this topic. president obama's speech was at the coast guard academy. climate change was a subject that will be of interest to this year's class. >> next up we have mitt romney. let's take a listen at this one. >> learn the sbienterprise that employees. you don't waste time. don't skim by with the minimum of effort. dive in. get more from your job than a paycheck. >> so how did he do? >> well you know i recently read two anthologies of commencement speeches. one by liberals and one by conservatives. liberal speakers will often give big sweeping advice. change the world kind of stuff which is inspiring but not terribly actionable.
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what romney is doing is what a lot of conservative speakers do and that is to give more specific and actionable advice. he's talking about navigating the work place. >> get more from a job than a paycheck. news you can really use. actionable guidance. next up let's watch this one. >> i wanted to begin by telling a story. i was deeply impressed because i thought to myself if she cares enough that she made this mistake to cry about it she is precisely the kind of person i want working with me at special reports. >> talking a lot about character and being emotionally attached to your job. how did he do? >> one thing i found is that conservative speakers will try to connect with personal stories. not everyone may feel the story resinates with them but that's a good effort. humor is also useful and that's
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something he's done effectively in the past. >> and finally, matthew mcconaughey at the university of houston. listen. life's not fair. never was. it isn't now and it won't ever be. do not fall into the trap. the entitlement trap of feeling like you're a victim. you are not. >> all right, all right, all right. how did he do? >> i heard that speech was 45 minutes long. i don't know what matthew mcconaughey's politics are. i don't think i want to know but you know what's effective here is so many commencement speeches suck up to the crowd and say you're the greatest generation the most educated and the most tolerant and it's not bad to take them down a peg which is what he was doing here. >> don't let the world happen to you. make the world happen and matthew mcconaughey for the record can say whatever he wants to. carlos thank you so much for your time today. >> thank you. >> congratulations to all the graduates out there. 48 minutes after the hour. coming up it's an unbelievable
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fox news alert. nobel prize winner john nash and his wife, alicia were killed on a taxi cab crash on the new jersey pike. he was the subject of the film "beautiful minds" starring russell crowe. they believe neither nash or his wife were wearing seat belts
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when their taxi hit a guardrail. he was 86. his wife 82. they had been married nearly 60 years. clayton? >> so sad. i used to live in west virginia where he is from. i'm sure the people are mourning his loss. thanks peter. a reunion almost two decades in the making after being put on one of saddam hussein's kill list. awaz bawawi and their newborn daughter attempted to plea iraq but were stopped at a checkpoint until an american soldier stepped in and saved them. 18 years later, she was able to track down her hero and the three were united at her high school graduation. joining us now are those three. lieutenant kernel greg pipin and the family he saved. nice to see all three of you. what was it like getting together at this graduation after 18 years of not seeing each other?
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>> nerve-racking, actually. a lot was going on through my mom and greg's mind. >> what was it like to see them for the first time since that border checkpoint? >> it was absolutely amazing to see them safe in america and how they have embraced america and how america has embraced them. it was a fantastic experience. >> awaz take me back to that day. you were on saddam's kill list because you were kurdish, working for the americans at the time trying to get your new baby out of that country. take me back to that day when you spotted greg. >> yes. we had already checked by the americans to pass the border and to move to the united states. when the iraqi soldier came in he asked me about my name and who is with me. so i gave him my name and my husband and my daughter and he said you and your husband can leave but she can't, because she
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is not on the list. i told hem i was pregnant during when we submitted the list and now i had her. i had her birth certificate. he said, she can't leave. when we start arguing, he said you can give her to somebody to deliver to your family if you want to leave. otherwise, she is not leaving. i said if she can't leave, i can't leave either. he pointed out to the door and said just get out of the bus. so we got out of the bus and we were about to turn around and leave and that's when mr. pepin saw us and came in and asked us what's going on. >> you got them out, greg. you always wonder what happened to the 7,000 people that you managed to evacuate? wasn't this on your mind? what happened to those people we got out that day? >> you always wonder. they assimilate in america? where did they go? how are they doing today? >> to see a family like the
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baharis, so successful and truly american is just a great experience? >> it must have made it all worth it, right greg? >> absolutely worth it. this is what i think the military is about, not only saving and protecting our homeland but helping and getting other people to a free and democratic country to let them live the american dream. absolutely. >> how did you track him down? >> we were doing an assignment in my language arts class. i was telling my friends the storley about it. they said, you should try nd aget in contact with him. my mom and i looked him up. what ended up happening was she didn't think i could get in contact with him after finding out he was the vice-president of boeing and the president of boeing international. >> you found him. sadly, we are up against a hard computer break. thank you for your service to this country. thank you for sharing your story on this memorial day.
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