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absurd. he wants a trial by combat. >> i think it's a great way to settle lawsuits, elections too come to think of it, and ray on facebook, whatever happened to men sitting down and resolving their differences without fighting? >> i thought due eling as a means of settling disputes was banned in the 1700s. "fox & friends" starts right now. good morning. today is monday, august 10th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck and this is a fox news alert for you. ferguson police under fire on the one-year anniversary of michael brown's death. >> the mevling to those -- message to those who are looting. >> heavy gunfire interrupts during a tv interview, why the sheriff is now begging for the community's help. a surging support for a presidential kpain who -- candidate who didn't participate
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in the main debate. >> the polls said jimmy carter couldn't win, ronald raegan couldn't win. it's just gotten started and game on. and how carly fiorina is doing this week. and i will let the god's decide my feet. i demand a trial by combat. >> a lawyer tells the supreme court he would like to settle his trial by combat and this morning he might just get his wish. >> oh, no. we'll explain. mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪
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>> this is a fox news alert. we're going to talk to you about the big debates and it was the most watched news program in history in just a moment but right now we start with a fox news alert. >> that's right, good morning to you at home. we start with a fox news alert. chaos once again erupting in ferguson, missouri. >> we just want to be as patient as possible. [ gunshots ] >> message to those who are looting -- >> so much for patience. a suspect is in critical condition shot by police after opening fire on officers. this demonstration unfolding marking the one year anniversary of michael brown's death. anna kooiman is here with the breaking details. >> what's changed over the last year? michael brown's family they called for peace but what unfolded in ferguson was anything but.
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[ gunshots ] >> gunshots ringing out and people running for their lives as a protest on the one-year anniversary of michael brown's death. shots were fired at plain clothes officers who were monitoring several armed individuals in that krawd. they exchanged gunfire shooting critical condition. >> they were criminals. they weren't protesters. protesters are out there talking about a way to effect change. that's a small group of people out there that are intent on making sure we don't have peace that prevails xing these protests were designed to remember michael brown who died last year after being shot by former ferguson police officer darren wilson. wilson was never charged in the death. right now, police are seeking
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help from the community in identifying the other shooters who disrupted the peaceful protest in ferguson. >> we need the public's help. we can't do it by ourselves. we have to have the community out here. >> and elisabeth, brian, and steve, the shooting suspect has still not been identified. back to you. anna, thank you very much. >> there was a protest earlier too, hefedly they had a pigs head and they were marching in the street with a pigs head. >> they had a press conference at 2:30 this morning. they said there is a small group of people out there that are not intent on making sure that we don't are peace that prevails. we know the big story last week was the debate and i thought a lot of people watched. we all assumed a lot were watching, but i never thought it would be 24 million people watching that and that's the highest for a primary debate ever and i never thought that the 5:00, which i also found incredibly fascinating had six
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million people watching. >> six million at 5:00. we had a feeling on friday it was big. we had no idea. 24 million overall. the highest rated nonsports telecast of all time. highest rated presidential debate ever. it was the highest rated cable news program of all time. clearly, a lot of people wanted to watch all ten of those candidates out there and there's a lot of interest as well in donald trump. >> that's right. and now we know how many people watched, but now we know what they think. when asked according to a new nbc online poll, conducted by var monkey. who would you vote for today? among republican voters, 23% still in favor of donald trump. ted cruz bumped up to 13% right there and followed by dr. ben carson, carly fiorina, and senator mark rubio, they are tied at 8% in those survey
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results. >> what's interesting in trends in terms of what happened. trump went up by 1. if you believe this poll, just a snap poll. with we'll a much more detailed one. ted cruz went up 7 points. chris christie actually lost two points and you have john casic down one. and i'm one of the people who thought kasich was one of the real stars of that debate. >> and keep in mind, nbc is pushing this as a scientific poll. it was done on line. >> with beakers and lab coats? >> they asked who do you think won the debate on thursday night, among republican voters? carly fiorina, look at that, right there, 22%. donald trump, 18%. marco rubio, ted cruz and dr. ben carson. what's interesting about these numbers that nbc is pushing is only a fraction, only 18% of the people who took part actually saw the 5:00 show and that's
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where carly fiorina was. >> right. >> apparently what they asked was did you follow the coverage at all and 33%, one in three said yes. 25% of the people who responded did not watch, did not follow the coverage, just things they felt. that's how they responded. >> that's what's really interesting. when you look at the poll when you subtract the negatives for the positives. carly fiorina at top with a positive of 20 really beating out the other candidates there. when asked about her rise politically post the debate at 5:00 p.m. even though she wasn't on the main stage at 9:00 this is what she had to say. >> we've seen an uptick in financial report and generally. it's very exciting. >> i would remind you at this time in previous presidential elections, the polls, the pundits and the money said jimmy carter wouldn't win, ronald
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reagan couldn't win, barack obama couldn't win. game one. game on. >> she was the same that was just on our coach a few days ago and she's now getting noticed. when you go and watch a team in training camp and you think to yourself this team is excellent and nobody knows it. when you start playing games and they open up 4-0, people go where did this team come from, so people are noticing. i saw two things over the weekend that she handled well. she did lay off 30,000, how she going to handle that? she said listen i was there during the dot-com bubble burst and after 2011. she also got fired. yes, so did steve jobs, oprah
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winfrey. so she has solid answers. >> and carly fiorina just like dot, neither have held office. we got two people who like to be the next president of the united states, governor mike huckabee and senator marco rubio also were on the debates on friday night. >> libs -- elisabeth you have the news. >> fox news alert, breaking overnight, two attackers open fire on the u.s. consulate in turkey's largest city. a female suspect was hit and captured. this comes hours after seven people including three police officers were hurt in a bombing at a police station. officials say that two people responsible for that attack have been killed. >> and terrifying moments for 50 passengers on board a united
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airlines flight when the plane suddenly plunged 10,000 feet midair. the rapid descent caused by issues as it was flying from charlotte to chicago. no one thankfully was seriously hurt. the exact cause of the pressurization issue is under investigation. speechgoers watch in horror as a parasail snaps during a storm. >> my daughter. my daughter, my daughter. no, no, no, my daughter is up there. >> how scary, a brother and sister sent flying through the air by strong winds in malta. they were dragged through bushes and slammed against a wall before making it to land. no one was seriously hurt there. miraculously. and yankees outfielder brett garner didn't see this ball
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coming. ow! you can see the shock from fans as he was hit in the head. garner was not hurt. also, someone grabbed his arm and almost sprained his elbow after that. >> he said thank goodness, i can see him. >> the balls always come from this way. they don't ever come from that way, except yesterday. >> he got clocked in the back of the head. coming up, a police officer was brutally attacked, pistol whipped with his own gun by an ex-felon and if that was not bad enough, he was mocked on social media for it. what is fueling it? >> you all know the saying opposites attract but is that really true? the science is just in. more science on the show.
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♪ ♪ [drones crashing] ♪ fox news alert. if you are just waking up, overnight police coming under heavy fire as violence explodes again in ferguson, missouri. exactly one year after michael
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brown's death. so why hasn't anything changed over the past year or has it? joining right now to react is radio talk show host david webb who was in ferguson. >> a year later to the day august 9th when michael brown was shot. the black lives matter movement, let's put aside the people for the moment. there are concerned people, residents of ferguson, other communities in america, they want to deal with the issues of crime and police. where there are bad cops, there's a way to deal with that. what's happened in ferguson, steve, is no solutions have come to the community. i've talk to the people down there still. i'll be going back there again. we have a war zone in some areas. that's what it looks like. and now you have these people that come out. look, protest peacefully. i understand that, but they bring this out at night which also brings out the bad element. you've got gang problems, crime problems. they are not dealing with those
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problems and as the governor of missouri, so-called leaders in ferguson, there have been some changes, what have they really done, about education, crime, proper community policing? >> apparently what happened it looks like one 18-year-old man by the the name of tyrone harris he apparently opened fire on four st. louis county plain clothes detectives who were in an suv, they fired back. he was struck. he's in hospital in stable condition. >> you've got anonymous posting showing him on the ground saying no medical help. they are pushing this narrative. the an arcists, the other group that get involved in this, they are the ones are largely being led by char la tans, difference
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from those groups and the people who want to do something. the business owners who still haven't recovered their businesses -- >> apparently he is in critical, not stable condition. >> don't shoot at the cops. that's a simple lesson. you shoot at police officers wearing a vest that says police, they are going to shoot back. >> absolutely. here's another story that's outraged people. down in roebuck, alabama. a detective was beaten and pistol whipped until unconscious by an ex-felon. what's terrible about this story, is people have posted photos on facebook and social media and they are mocking him. the suspect, cunningham, disobeyed and hit the officer with his own gun while he was being apprehended. these things started popping up in social media. >> here's a difference on how things are reported. you have a white police officer
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beaten by a 34-year-old, maybe not lifelong, but a criminal with a significant history who happens to be a black man. where's the reporting on the crime versus the color of skin? the media will report more -- they will report more on ferguson and the black lives matter movement than they will on a criminal who happens to be black beating a police officer because he is white. >> the president of the fraternal order of police saying he was there lifeless while people were standing there taking pictures, if the tables were turned and there was a suspect laying there, there would be rioting. >> the officer who was shot recently, and a resident got involved, the cop has been shot. that by the way in a primarily black neighborhood. this is not black versus white or white versus black. this is good versus bad, and we have to turn around as communities and start doing something about this.
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the michael brown, yes, he's a criminal, it's reflective, a permissive environment where the cops are to be targeted and they are doing this. #diplomacy may not have work but #outrage leads to stupid acts. and black lives matter? how many people were shot over the weekend by any criminals? >> thank you very much for getting up early this monday morning. >> 20 minutes after the top of the hour, the terrorist new target, the queen. the frightening new isis plot now has her security team in a race against time. then, the popular hbo series "game of thrones" could seen be coming to life in new york. >> let the gods decide my fate. i demand a trial by combat.
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>> welcome back. some quick headlines for you right now. a 25 mile stretch of highway is shut down in arizona after a mudslide sends car-sized boulders crashing to the ground. crews are using bulldozers to clear the debris and it's not clear when the highway will be able to reopen. a terrifying twister caught on camera, typhoon style.
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oh, my. incredible dashcam video from taiwan shows dust and debris kicking up around that car. you can almost feel it when the high winds yank that other car up and completely sweep it away. no word yet on any injuries or casualties. hey, brian. >> thank you, elisabeth. >> the popular hbo series "game of thrones" could soon be coming to life. >> and i know i'll get no justice here. i will let the gods decide my fate. i demand a trial by combat! ♪ ♪ >> yep. a staten island lawyer has proposed trial by combat to settle a longstanding lawsuit with the state supreme court and the craziest part there's no law
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against it. >> the craziest part is we brought in some fighters from the new york renaissance to show the medieval lawyer himself richard lukeman how it might look like. >> this is how you might want to settle a squabble? >> we'll see. we have a constitution and we have rights reserved to the people. i've had these people who sued me. they have no basis in the law. they are trying to stop me from suing them back for bringing a frivolous lawsuit. i said trial by combat is where we're at. i can't go to court to sue them back. >> this is legal in new york state? >> my interpretation is it was never specifically outlaud. it was something that was on the books. they tried in 1774 to outlaw it. we have rights reserved to us under the constitution. it's my right.
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>> let's do it. they did this already. >> that was new jersey. >> it was actually an unsanctioned duel. what i'm asking for is a judicial duel. it's something that exists under the british law, the an glow saxen law. >> that's something you don't see every day. a couple of sword fights and a fedex truck going by. >> i understand some people, if they have gone through, they have offered to be your champion to fight for you. >> i have had calls and emails from people from all over the place that want to be my champion to represent me. the coolest one thus far has been a guy named john stark, a stark of the north, from the "game of thoens." 6'4", from ontario, canada. he said you need a stark from the north to really represent you as your champion.
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>> i'm so distracted. >> by the way, someone gave a sword to this damsel in dress. she's fighting for herself. >> here she comes. is robin hood angry as well? >> so what are the chances, richard, that this is actually going to happen and you are going to be represented by a champion? >> well, it's a bit of absurdity. it's something that -- >> there's nothing absurd about this. >> there is some legal basis. the fact that the lawsuit that i'm in as gotten to this level. it's at the point it's tried to be resolved and the other side telling me oh, no, you can't file papers, what are you telling a lawyer he can't file papers? >> you are impossible to distract by the way. >> i am from staten island. >> reenactors, excellent job, take a bow.
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♪ ♪ >> good morning, new york city. it's going to be a beautiful day today although tonight a chance for a shower or two. >> that's right. >> live it up today. >> what a way to start it today to that beautiful sight. and now this, pilots on high alert after a drone is spotted near one of the world's busiest airports again. >> that drone was spotted by four different pilots. >> they got to start cracking down on these guys. we have the latest on the drone technology. >> good morning to you, brian, elisabeth, and steve. this was a close call, but thankfully all of these pilots were able to land their planes safely here at newark airport yesterday. the faa said the drone was
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spotted by pilots from four separate airplanes. it happened around noon yesterday just as these planes were making their final approach to the airport, flying at altds between 2,000 and 3,000 feet. just last week, there were three other reports of drones spotted near jfk airport. experts say these drones if they came in contact with aircraft could be incredibly dangerous. >> we've been very lucky to this point, there's been no incidents, if this keeps happening over and over and over again, we're pressing our luck. eventually one of these things will land inside the engine of an airplane. >> the faa is currently investigating all of these incidents. officials say flying a drone near an airport is illegal. violators could face fines up to $25,000 or even criminal charges. that's the latest live here from
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newark airport here this morning. i'll send it back to you in the studio. you got to wonder. what is the attraction? i'm going to get it up near an airplane or see how high it goes. boy, i had no idea. >> you need to arrest somebody or grab somebody, march them in front of the cameras, it could be your family on that flight. >> gosh, how selfish to do that. heather nauert joins us. good morning to you. you have headlines for everybody at home. >> good morning. i hope you all had a great weekend. i got some news from overseas this morning. it is considered a race against time, to stop isis from attacking queen elizabeth ii. the terror group is spotting to bomb in london to mark the anniversary of the bombing of
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japan. metro police increase security. >> a 70-foot catama ran starts sinking off the coast of hawaii. >> may day, may day, may day, starboard engine under water. make that port engine under water. vessel taking on too much water. >> the coast guard immediately searching 40 miles off of oahu shore to find three people and their dog on an orange life raft. all four were rescued. it looks like opposites attracts when it comes to making friends. >> check it out. >> we're twins. there's a brand-new study that finds that relationship thrives because of personality
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differences. annex troe vert often needed an intro vert to balance things up. romantic relationships, couples should be similar, what do you think of that? those are your headlines. thank you very much. so what does that mean? >> opposites attract. >> not really. but the ones that are going to work better friends. >> initial attraction, long term issue maybe. >> now, on a different note, as we talk about relationships, there's one thing that's pretty clear. frank gifford was one of the finest all around people you are ever going to meet who accomplished more in his life than most can only dream of. if you are a star football player with a movie star good looks that's usually enough, he went on to be an incredible sports caster, not only that, he went on to be a play by play guy, no pro athletes become play by play guys, with howard cosell
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and don meredith. >> of course, he married kathie lee gifford. >> frank gifford was a football legend and an award winning broadcaster. born in santa monica, california on august 16th, 1930, he went to the university of southern california on a football scholarship where he was named an all-american. he was drafted by the national football league new york giants that same year and named most valuable player in 1956. throughout his career, teammates often resentd him for his celebrity status. >> i never could figure out some of the animosity that i got from players. once i got over the hurt really of that, i just said to hell with it, i went on and played my game. >> in 1960, a severe concussion
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caused gifford to set out the next season. in 1962, he returned to the game before retiring for good two years later. gifford was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in 1977. he was a broadcaster for multiple networks both during and after his playing days, including abc and cbs. in 1971 he was named the play by play man for monday night football, anchoring alongside howard cosell and don meredith. he spent 27 years. gifford married his third wife in 1986, they had two children, adding two sons and a daughter to his first marriage. he met her while they we together at abc's good morning america. he was caught in 1977 with a
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affair with susan johnson, at first denying it. he continued making public appearances. ultimatelily he will be remembered for what he did on the football field and on the announcers booth. brian kilmeade, fox news. >> frank gifford was just seven days shy of his 85th birthday and i was lucky enough back when i was in college, i was a production assistant some weekends on monday night football and i was there with frank and dandy don and howard cosell. it was the biggest show in the world and they were all unbelievable characters. >> kathie lee gifford is a friend of mine. she tweeted she was deeply gratef grateful to all for your outpouring of grace.
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we are steadfast in our faith and finding comfort in knowing where frank is. >> kurt warner tweeting sad to hear the passing of one of the game's grates, frank gifford. my hearts and prayers go out to kathie lee and family. a special tribute, al michaels talks about his years in the announcers booth with gifford. >> i had the great pleasure and honor spending the last 12 of those with him. he was a wonderful partner, a great teammate. i'll forever remember frank as a man that no matter what was going on around him he was always the coolest guy in the room. our thoughts and prayers go out to kathie lee and the gifford family. >> the unstoppable globe trotting adventures. rogue nation easily wins the crowd.
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the fifth installment packed plenty of adrenalin. tom cruise wowed audiences with stunts and action. newly released fantastic four, it flopped. bringing in only about $26 million in tickets. not good considering the budget was over $200 million. >> oh, boy. >> and set your dvrs guys september 23rd because season 2 of empire is back on the air waves. >> game over. >> the season all your faves are back but something new, the guest line-up keeps growing and growing. chris rock, lenny kravitz and ma rye i can't carey. for those who can't get enough
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of this last year, they expanded episodes from 12 to 18. >> it's a great series. it is as well on fox. >> exactly. >> thank you very much. coming up next at 18 before the top of the hour, you saw them for the first time on the fox news debate stage, then the candidates hit the campaign trail again. >> this is a different economy. and it's not just different. it is changing faster than the economy has ever changed. >> people are struggling today. we can't tell them how bad it is over and over again. >> right. so as they continue on, how can they improve their message? how will they improve their message too? >> plus, it could be the worst news of the summer, we're running out of beer. >> oh, no! >> unbelievable! ♪ ♪ vo: today's the day.
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time now for some quick headlines. talking about a buzz kill. convenient wail la's largest beer manufacturer is shutting down its brewer. the country has had a water shortage. people are more freaked out about running out of beer. can you blame them? caught on camera, soccer hooligans brawling in new jersey. oh, boy. that brief and intense fight happening outside a soccer pub in newark which is across the river from where we're sitting today. no surprise here, it was between rival fans. police were called in to break up the brawl and they did.
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all right. >> well, if you are 24 million tuners tuned in for the fox news debate. the 2016 republican hopefuls look to continue their momentum in the south at the red state gathering this weekend. so how can they improve their message as they hit the campaign trail? political strategist adam goodman is here to break it all down for you here at home. good morning to you. i want to start with some sound from senator marco rubio on his take on a quickly changing economy and then your reaction. >> the largest retailer in the world owns not one single store, amazon. the largest ground transportation company doesn't own a single car, hoover. when the telephone was invented it took 75 years to reach 100 million years. it took instagram two years to reach 100 million years. it took candy crush less than one year to reach 100 million
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users. this is a different economy. it is changing faster than the economy has ever changed. >> how does he move forward with that message? >> he did a lot for himself the other night. he had to prove he had more than a message about his background, his personal story, which is a terrific story by the way, and i think he got there not just debate but now he's moving forward to show his message is relevant across many fronts. the economy remains the number one issue in america and i think he spoke that very eloquently. >> sure. what of carly fiorina? after this debate, she wasn't on the main stage for it, she expressed her knowledge of financial support in an uptick and more people coming her way. watch. >> i think for many people this is the first time they saw, wow, there's another woman running for president and she's actually pretty good so we've certainly seen an uptick in financial support, in support generally,
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and so it's very exciting, i'm going to keep staying out there, talking to me as many voters as i can about the issues i think our nation and why i can do the job. >> what is she doing right and what does she need to keep doing? >> carly was fantastic the other night. the poll you referenced earlier, those who saw the debate and only saw her. she's real, relevant, has the background that fits. she checks a lot of boxes. she's the outsider, has hands-on executive experience and has a message if she were ever up against hillary, i think people would pay big dollars for. she really has broken through every glass ceiling on the way to the top. and she would be one heck of a combata combatant. >> thank you for joining us on fox and friends today. >> thank you. >> you got it. looking to get your hands on the new iphone 6? kurt the cyber guy says don't do
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hold off getting your next iphone. that's because apple is set for a major announcement in a few weeks. kurt the cyber guy joins us from los angeles with details that perhaps you'll not hear anywhere else. kurt, don't buy anything right now? >> i would say hold off. september 8th, 9th might be the magic date. good morning to you. we're talking about the iphone 6s and the iphone 6s plus. the two models are expected to be announced and a lot faster than the current iphones. the other thing we can look
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forward to is technology force touch screen on it. not just touch it and have one thing happen but to really understand the pressure of your touch to the screen. it can then respond with different types of commands, understanding how much pressure we put on a certain command. the other thing is a great camera. >> the camera will improve, force touch is relatively new. what about the battery power? >> all right. so battery power is going to increase with the new operating system, which will, by the way, work on all of our phones that we already have. the only issue with this one is the next phone is expected to have a new wireless chip set inside. what that will do is be a lot more efficient at handling the battery that is powered to it. the chip set itself should be a lot more efficient, offering a lot longer battery life. so far i can tell you that with the new operating system that's coming, ios 9 -- there's a beta out there that people are testing out. they're getting about an hour
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extra battery life on their existing phones. you can expect the brand new iphones in a few weeks to do a lot more in terms of battery life. >> let me ask you two things real quick. anything new on the ipad front or apple tv? >> all right. good questions. the ipad, we're going to see probably a refresh to existing ipads. what we're not going to see -- well, we could. i'm saying we're not but we could see the 9-inch ipad. it's going to be in production, i think, beginning september, according to rumors. that's one item i've got my eyes on. apple anticipated just a few months ago announcing the new apple tv set top device. now i think we're going to see it come out in about three weeks and a whole new way of looking at tv with siri built into it. >> kurt the cyber guy, siri runs
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good morning to you. today is monday, august 10th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. on the one-year anniversary of michael brown's death, the police chief now calling for the public's help. >> we can't do it by ourselves. we have to have the community out here. >> breaking details are pouring in. we'll bring them to you in moments. a record-saving debate. candidates are on the rise, and some aren't. carly fiorina sees her support
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increasing. >> steve jobs was fired, oprah winfrey was fired, michael bloomberg was fired. i feel like i'm in pretty good company. >> joining us live with their success stories, marco rubio and mike huckabee. a parasailing rope snaps mid air. >> no! no! >> siblings sent plunging from the sky. brand new details on this monday morning. live from new york city, this is "fox & friends." >> it was an hour ago when we
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had a sword fight there and just last weekend we told you because of a danish scientist back in the '50s -- >> our third sign. >> lots of signs here. he determined in the '50s the perfect temperature in an office. the reason it is so chilly in your office, they figured the average american worker was 143-pound, 40-year-old guy dressed in a three-piece suit not a woman in a dress. >> therefore, we are cold. i have good news. i usually carry on these nontechie sort of warmers. today we'll explore new tech that can keep you warm at work because the temp is set for the guys. heather and i, and everybody here, we're cold and you guys are cozy warm. today we have tech opportunities to keep you cozy and warm at work. >> i missed the danish study, 143 pounds? >> the average worker in the 1960s, 143 pounds.
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>> what did they eat? >> we eat more now, i don't know if you noticed, and the portions are giant. we'll talk about that shortly. let's get to a fox news alert. after a night of pure chaos. >> i can't believe it. police officers say they were forced to shoot and critically injure a man after he started shooting at them. hundreds of protesters mark the one-year anniversary of michael brown's shooting death. >> here with the breaking details for you this morning. >> good morning. michael brown's family called for peace. what unfolded in ferguson, anything but. police officers say they were forced to open fire when a man shot at them with a stolen gun and riddled their cars with bullet holes.
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unidentified suspect is now in the hospital in critical condition. the shooting marking an otherwise peaceful day of protests. >> they were criminals, not protesters. protesters are people out there, talking about a way to affect change. there is a small group of people out there that are intent on making sure that we don't have peace that prevails. >> those criminals mixing with the crowd, remembering the life of michael brown, the 18-year-old shot and killed by former police officer darren wilson. police are seeking help from the community in identifying all those who disrupted the peace. >> we need the public's help. we can't do it by ourselves. we have to have the community out here. >> four officers have been placed on administrative leave, elisabeth, brian and steve. >> thank you very much. let's bring you some -- you know that on -- you probably have seen variety or hollywood reporter or the news flash. fox news debate thursday night,
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24 million people watched. it was fox news' most watched program ever, highest rated nonsports cable telecast of all time. on the heels of that nbc, with is your roadway mo survey monkey, have come out with a poll done online. they say it's scientific. it has interesting stuff here. >> donald trump still taking 23% among gop voters. ted cruz creeping up there in the polls. >> seven points he went up, according to this survey. >> falling 10% behind donald trump, ben carson at 11% and carly fiorina at the 5:00 pm debate and marco rubio, who is set to join us today at 8%. >> leave that up for a moment. take a look at that particular poll. what's interesting about it? if you notice -- of course, jeb isn't there. scott walker, the two who had been highly touted earlier, did not make this.
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but three in the top four have never held elective office. what is the message there? donald trump never held office. ben carson never held office. carly fiorina never held office. >> the message is that republicans are still in the protest phase, outsiders or protest. carson went up three. carly fiorina went up sks. she was on at 5:00. she had a fraction, 6 million is a huge number, fourth highest ever primary debate number ever. that is still a fraction of the 24 million others watched. quick note overall, this is encouraging, 7.9 million were between the ages of 25 and 54. >> clearly, carly fiorina coming out when asked who won the debate night, carly fiorina at 22%. behind her is donald trump, followed by marco rubio, ted
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cruz, ben carson and governor huckabee. when you look at the net positive result that this poll also looked at -- this is an early -- it's not a major poll we're looking at. >> no. fox will come out with a major poll in a couple of days. >> they took the negative percentages and then the positive percentages and subtracted all the negatives. do you know who came out on top there? carly fiorina again. >> nbc is touting it as scientific. okay. so, carly fiorina was on the 5:00 show, 5:00 debate. the other one with the top ten was at 9:00. only 18% of the people who responded in this particular survey, only one in five, actually saw both debates. a large number of them followed coverage online or heard people
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talking about 25% did not watch anything. yet, this is good news for the carly fiorina camp. she's at 22% as the person who won the debate. >> criticized for getting fired. she said i happen to be in the best of company. watch. >> i was fired because when you challenge the status quo, which is what leadership is about, you make enemies. steve jobs was fired. oprah winfrey was fired, walt dzny was fired. i feel like i'm in good company. we need to challenge the status quo of washington, d.c. and get things done. >> donald trump went after her and said i listened to her for a little while. i get a headache. he said she got fired kind of brutally. >> he said she doesn't have a chance. what do you think? >> you know, the thing about carly is that she has identified herself as the republican's lone woman who can mercilessly attack
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hillary rodham clinton without being accused of being sexist. >> heather nauert, what do you have for us? >> a couple of things starting overseas this morning. fox news alert breaking overnight. two attackers open fire on the u.s. consulate in turkey's largest city. police in istanbul firing back as the pair tries to get away. female suspect was hit and captured. this comes hours after seven people, including three police officers wrrks hurt in a bombing at a police station. four people responsible for that attack have been killed. we'll keep watching this story. terrifying moments for 50 passengers on board a united airlines flight when that plane suddenly plunged 10,000 feet mid air. that rapid descent caused by a pressurization problem on that plane as it headed from charlotte to chicago. that flight had to make an emergency landing in
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indianapolis. passengers reporting headaches and ear problems as a result. no one was seriously hurt, thankfully. the exact cause that have pressurization issue is now under investigation. beach goers watch in horror as a parasail rope snaps during a wicked storm. take a look. [ screaming ] >> they are just whipped around. a brother and sister were sent flying through the air from strong winds. they were dragged through bushes and slammed against a wall before they were finally able to land. no one was seriously hurt. a hero bus driver save a wisconsin toddler wandering the streets alone. tim homan is the bus driver's name. he spot this had little girl in the road. you see him quickly jump into action. he stops the bus. he goes after the little girl and picks her up.
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listen. >> i knelt down and i put my arms out. and she put her arms up and said mama. and that was kind of -- >> what a quick thinker there. the dad arrived minutes later and said he had fallen asleep. anyone who has had little kids knows how quickly they can take off out the door and they are gone. glad that bus driver was there. >> mama. >> right? >> heather, thank you. >> see you later. we told you about the new violence in ferguson overnight. why has nothing changed over the past year? fresh reaction from 2016 presidential candidate governor mike huckabee coming your way, next. then a $40,000 ferrari goes up in flames on purpose. the spoiled brat who did it and why. probably because they could afford another.
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ferguson one year after michael brown's death. why has nothing changed over the past year, or has it? how can we go the distance in fixing race relations in this country, at least get on the right track? joining us is 2016 presidential candidate and former arkansas governor michael huckabee. after all the restructuring was put into place, your reaction one year later? >> they didn't address the root cause. this isn't about a skin problem. it's about a sin problem. when people don't believe that other people matter and start thinking some people matter more than others you end up with a result like this. when you have a person who steals a 9 millimeter gun as the suspect allegedly did, according to reports, and then shoots at police officers, it doesn't end well. and let me just say, brian, i think we need to get to the heart of this. it's not as much a police problem as it is a parenting problem. we all know there are some instances where maybe the police
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overreach, they overreact, but you cannot raise children to believe that the police are your enemy and then expect them not to have conflicts that end in horrible, horrible disasters like this. we've got to raise people to understand that there is law, there's order and there has to be respect for authority. if you want to argue with a cop you don't do it in the street. you do it in a courtroom once you have that established. this is horrible and totally unnecessary. >> i was hoping to just talk about iran and what's going on with these negotiations. but we have to go with the breaking news and i appreciate your reaction on that. the president got a kick in the teeth, senator decided in a 15-word rebuttal and reason that he cannot sign off on the iran deal and, sure enough, from axelrod to dan pfifer, they're going after him. what's your reaction? is that something a president should be doing?
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>> you ought to be listening to schumer. s what he ought to be doing. he needs to be listening to schumer and people who have clearly understood what the iranian government is about the past 36 years. he ought to listen to common sense, all of which would tell him you can't trust people who, for 36 years, have killed americans, kidnapped americans, broken every deal they ever made, continue in the midst of negotiations say we'll wipe this off the face of the map and bring death to america. these are crazy people. you don't negotiate with people, especially a pyromaniac standing there with a can of gasoline and book of matches in his hand and not expect him to start a fire. >> as a president, when you have a powerful person in your own party go against you on something major, what do you think the proper reaction is? we watched what happened to senator menendez and others in his party that don't sing from the same hymn book. >> i've never seen a chief
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executive function in a way that if he doesn't get his way, he just goes and wants to destroy everyone who disagrees with him. there comes a point -- and as governor for 10 1/2 years, you learn, come, let us reason together. you do your negotiation in private, secret, quiet, thoughtful meetings and find out you're not always right. sometimes the opposition is there for a purpose. our founders had a great idea. it was called governing with three branches of government with checks and balances. this president thinks he was anointed king. i don't know where his crown is but this is frustrating. chuck schumer is an honorable guy. when it comes to issues in the middle east, no one is a more staunch supporter of israel. i know this was painful for schumer because he would like to be a party guy and go along but it was an act of statesmanship not an act of blind partisanship and we need more of that in
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washington right now. >> he will veto what congress gives him, the two-thirds. we'll see if he takes his point of view. that could cost him the leadership. we'll see what happens. as always, great to see you. congratulations on the applause you're getting fo r your performance in the debate. we'll see you down the road. >> thank you, brian. not stopping illegals from getting driver's licenses. the brand new numbers that will leave you outraged especially out in california. we've told you the office is cold to keep guys in suits comfortable. up next, gadgets designed to keep you ladies warm, all because of a danish scientist who weighed 140 pounds. why? because it's red lobster's crabfest. and there's so much crab, so many ways. and with dishes like this
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well, it's time for news by the numbers on this monday morning. first, over 50%. that's how many new driver's licenses in california are going to illegals. over 50%. the beginning of the year 443,000 illegals have gotten the right to vote in california. next, $245,000, that's how much this ferrari was worth before the son of a millionaire torched it over in germany. the 20-year-old reportedly set it on fire just so his father would buy him a new car. genius. and, finally, $29.4 million. "mission impossible:rogue nation" top spot at the box
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office. it beat "fantastic four" which turned out not to be so fantastic. >> you're right about that, steve. it's your fault, too. every woman is freezing when they step into the office. that's because the temp set is based on the metabolic rate of men. you say step it up. stop with the hand warmers that you hold. there are things you can plug in to keep warm in the office that's meant for men. >> this is the new war on women. this is based on temperatures for 40-year-old men. look at us. we're dressed skimpily. men, who are 40 years old, have a lot of beef, potentially with dad bodies. nothing wrong with dad bodies. some of these are interesting. here is a shawl you could use at your computer. a lot of these are priced between $20 to $50. this shawl -- you can get this on amazon $19.99.
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you plug this into your computer. it warms up. it could be a pc or apple. it doesn't matter. if you have a lap top, you could put that right in to your computer. next, we have these toasty hand warmers. if you're one of those people who have a freezing cold office and are typing, put this on your hands. little toasty warmers, right? >> they are actually very warm. >> they plug in to your computer here. this is for around -- between $20 to $30. these are actually $19.95 on amazon again. we'll move on. this is a heated mouse. you're sitting at your desk. maybe you don't want to put the toasties on and make sure that you're a little more inconspicuous. go for the heated mouse. $19.95 on amazon. you could have different choices here. that or different types of mouses that range between $20 to
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$30. >> this might solve it, we keep lotion at our desk. this is heated. >> exactly. a lot of these you can plug into your computer. this you have to plug into an outlet. the lotion dispenses. it's warm. you could have -- >> nice little warm-up. >> exactly. moving right along we have these slippers. i know you see us ladies in heels all the time. some of us have slippers at our desk. >> heather and i are looking at it. >> they kind of look like they match your little toasty warmers here. and then your heated chair. it's like a seat cushion. >> lumbar heat? >> exactly. >> this is nice. how much is this? >> this is for $36.98. this heats up to 114 degrees. you might want to be careful if yoor getting something like
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going to see something so cool, they do it with frozen yogurt, pizzas. you'll be able to now create a one-of-a-kind donut. we're going to do that. >> really? >> fantastic. >> in two minutes. >> taking advantage of an underused food, the prune. >> why not? >> underused, perhaps, to you. your headlines now. another close call in the air. four pilots reported drone sightings coming in for approach at new jersey's newark airport. all four planes landed safely. this, after drones were reported at jfk last week. this new trend is extremely dangerous, experts say. >> we've been very lucky at this point that there have been no incidents. if this keeps happening over and over and over again, we're pressing our luck. eventually, one of these things will end up inside the engine of
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an airplane. >> flying a drone near an airport could result in criminal charges and fines up to $25,000. a police dash camera capturing the terrifying moment that a gas line explodes outside a michigan home. a car crashing into the meter at the lansing house after getting rear ended by an suv. that suv then took off. no one was hurt. the family there was able to get out just in time. police are still looking for the hit and run driver there. fire on the water, 22-foot power boat erupted into flames at the fueling dock at dana point, california. people on board were forced to jump into the water as a massive plume of black smoke shot right into the air there. fire crews came in to douse the flames quickly. luckily, there were no pollution issues there.
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eventually, they towed it away but the boat was a total loss. harbor patrol is investigating right now. and nfl great and veteran sportscaster frank gifford has died. the hall of famer pass add way sunday of natural causes at his family home in connecticut. he enjoyed an extraordinary life both on and off the football field. he was drafted by the new york giants in 1952 and his star -- this star would only rise from there taking his talents to the abc, including monday night football. frank gifford was 84 years old. and those are your headlines. head out to my friends right now, steve and brian. >> that donut -- now to some happy news. the make it yourself trend is sweeping the nation, as you know. one seemingly untouched by the trend and that's the donut business, steve. >> that's right. joining us is the ceo of one of the companies blazing the trail
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of made to own donuts, fractured prune donuts here to show us how they do it. i don't think -- first time we've ever had an actual donut factory here. >> right. >> here they come, rolling off. >> i love when the guys on the show are so busy, they can't even make contact with the cameras. this is real stuff. this is really happening. >> what kind of donuts are those? >> hot cake donuts. you get to pick your glazes and toppings when you walk in the store. >> like the fro-yo place where you have the different handles and pull stuff out and then you have all the toppings. >> correct. >> making fresh donuts for us. you have all these toppings. bacon, sprinkles and all sorts of powders as well. do you think america wants to make their own decision on the donut? too often we're picking out too many things for america? >> we want them to make their own decisions. >> okay. i would like the -- what is it
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called? bacon bomb. >> bacon bomb? >> tell us what that is. >> maple glaze. >> to start. >> dip it into crumbled bacon. >> protective glove. >> of course, protective gloves. crumbled bacon and now drop a little bit of cinnamon sugar. >> this looks good. >> there you go. what isn't good with bacon? >> let me grab this. piping hot. i've not seen these stores before. steve, you have. you can make your own choices or flip it over and put your own ingredients in. i write down what i want? >> ask her. she's obviously a donutologist. >> i can order my donut now? >> yes. >> ask for the blueberry hill. >> let's say i want the blueberry hill, theoretically. blueberries. >> pretty cool. >> dipped in powdered sugar.
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probably one of our best selling donuts. >> how pretty is that? that's why it's number one. what is this green goo? >> key lime. >> margarita donut with this. >> we could do like a key lime pie. >> go ahead and make us up one of those. >> margarita? >> what attracted you to the company? it's been established since the '70s. >> i've been in the donut business al my adult life with another chain out there. i loved this. we loved what they did and the methodology. my partner and i went out and bought the company and now we're trying to grow it across the country. >> such a good idea. people would like to know more about franchising, we'll have the information up. >> i'm able to hand these out to our viewers? >> everybody. let's go. >> you can't take the bacon one. it's delicious. >> fantastic. i'll bring some in for elisabeth but they're not gluten free so i don't know. donut donuts. >> i'm going to let them keep up
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alzheimer's? researchers say build-up on the brain can increase the disease and sleeping on your side flushes out those substances versus sleeping on your back. that looks like a double bed. people who spend too much time online have a greater chance of getting a cold or the flu. researchers think it's because these people spend less time outside, exposed to germs. i'll explain that later, elisabeth, leading to a weakened immune system. for something totally different, here is steve and peter. >> record number of americans watched the fox news debate on thursday night, leaving a lot of those americans saying tell me more about those 17 candidates. peter johnson jr. is here to break down the resumes of the republican hopefuls. >> thanks, steve.
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first up, former florida governor jeb bush, son and brother of presidents 41 and 43, first two-time governor in sunshine state history, leading the state with an accomplished conservative record protecting gun rights and saving floridians $19 billion in taxes. he he vetoed over $2 billion in new spending while still managing to grow florida's economy by 4.4%. while support of state initiated common core standards have been criticized by some republicans, he touts the success it has had in his own state. listen. >> high standards, robust accountability, ending social promotion in third grade, real state choice across the board, challenging the teachers' union and beating them is the way to go. our graduation rate improve bid
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50%. that's what i'm for. >> he speaks spanish fluently. his wife, columba, was born in mexico and came to the united states legally. he supports a legal status for undocumented immigrants but opposes a path to citizenship automatically. next up, world renowned neuro surgeon and newcomer dr. ben carson. in the late '80s he made history by successfully separated twins conjoined at the head. he is also a recipient of the presidential medal of freedom. carson shot to political stardom at the 2013 national prayer breakfast where he blasted political correctness, overtaxation and obamacare just feet from president obama himself. with an expertise in health care, carson champions the idea of tax-exempt health savings accounts. he also channels his faith in
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the proposal of a flat tax which correlates with the bible's proposed practice of tithing. listen. >> we need a significantly changed taxation system. and the one that i've advocated is based on tithing. i think god is a pretty fair guy. you make $10 billion, you pay a billion. you make $10, you pay one. everybody gets treated the same way. >> dr. carson's biggest challenge was proving his lack of political experience is not a drawback but, in fact, what this country needs to shake up washington. and our third and final candidate today, new jersey governor chris christie. this former federal prosecutor and die-hard bruce springsteen fan prides himself on his tell it like it is straight talk. strong emphasis on homeland security even sometimes at the expense of personal privacy resulted in this heated exchange last week at the debate with
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senator rand paul. >> that's a completely ridiculous answer. i want to collect more records from terrorists, but less records from other people. how are you supposed to know, megyn when you're sitting in a subcommittee blowing hot air about this, you can say things like that when you're responsible for protecting the lives of the american people then what you need to do is make sure that -- sbl here's the problem, governor. >> the way it's supposed to work. >> christie secured a 2% cap on property taxes, also brought the state's unemployment down from a staggers 9.8% to 6.1%. christie has made national entitlement reform a key issue, proposing raising the age for social security and medicare, eligibility and curbing benefits for high earners. simplifying the tax code and slashing the corporate tax rate. new jersey's struggling economy is one of his biggest hurdles as
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the state's credit rating has been downgraded a record nine times. tomorrow, steve, we'll look at the next round of gop hopefuls. senator ted cruz, carly fiorina and senator lindsey graham. we're doing it alphabetically. >> i wondered how you -- >> always, yes. >> so many people, obviously with 24 million americans watching thursday night -- granted a lot of people wanted to see donald trump and how it all worked out and it got quite a two hours. it's good to know that you're explaining a little more behind that. >> we're going to do all 17 candidates and we're going to do it by the book, by the facts, fair and balanced. what they've done and what they have to face in terms of convincing voters they're the best gop candidate to become the president. we're going to do it straight up and all the way. and it's going to be fun. and informative. >> we report. they decide. >> you have to.
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>> we do. >> peter, thank you very much. coming you on this monday, have hadio is disturbing. handcuffing a special needs student. look at that. one state wants to put cameras inside the classroom because of it. is that a good idea? the mom fighting for that joins us next. plus one of america's favorite stores, target, removing boys and girls labels. they're going gender neutral. whatever that is. have the pc police gone too far? live report straight ahead. the beegees were topping the hits in 1975 on this date with "jive talkin'." good sing along. when laquinta.com sends craig wilson a ready for you alert the second his room is ready, ya know what he becomes? great proposal! let's talk more over golf. great. how about over tennis? even better. a game changer! the ready for you alert, only at lq.com.
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a frantic rescue at sea after a sailboat catches fire off the coast of new jersey. black smoke billowing high above an ocean. yet a man, woman and their dog fleeing the ship on a life raft. coast guard arriving within 10 minutes and brought them to shore in ocean city, new jersey. they were not hurt. 46-foot sailboat eventually sank. the cause of the fire is under investigation. that's a bad weekend. kentucky school district says this school officer handcuffing this special needs kid does not violate policy. the p sued the school district and the officer for handcuffing the kids but after an independent investigation, they say he was in line with the restraint policy designed to keep students safe.
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we'll debate cameras in classrooms next hour. meanwhile -- >> target is removing gender labels from its toy and bedding departments after complaints about the departments. >> how do you do that? >> you know how you look up and it says -- >> that always helps me. >> labeled "boys" and "girls," no more. >> outside of a target store now where they're going to take down some of those signs. >> is this going to confuse you? i know it's going to confuse me. and they're doing it not only at this store here in tampa, but all target stores across the country. and they're making these changes because target received thousands of e-mails through social media as well, twitter, facebook from folks asking this retail store to remove the gender-based signage within the store itself. target says it's addressing the
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issue and now they're making some changes. it's not going to happen in the entire store. it's just going to happen in certain departments. for example, in the kids' bedding area, sign also no longer state for boys or girls. instead it will say kids' bedding. in the toy aisle they're removing reference to gender including the use of pink, blue, yellow or green paper. you'll likely see changes in the toy aisle, home department, entertainment department as well. in some areas like apparel, the signs will stay the same. guests have raised important questions about a handful of signs that offer product suggestions based on gender. and a couple of months ago someone tweeted a picture of a sign that said "building set" and below that it said "girls' building sets." that tweet received thousands of
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retweets, got national attention. now targets are making changes. its statement says we heard you and we agree. our store is working to identify areas where we can phase out gender-based signage to help strike a better balance. expect these changes in the next couple of months. >> thank you very much. to recap the toys and bedding. >> for now. >> not clothing, which is good. because you need to know which is which. >> i would assume. >> how many times have you gone into a store -- i go to buy glass. >> sure. >> all of them are up on the wall i will ask the person, are these men's or women's? >> exactly. >> i take my little kids in, who weren't able to read at the time, they could find the toys they wanted without having to read the labels. i have a feeling most kids will be able to self sort. but if a letter should come in
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about the clothing, i assume target would make changes on that. >> a boy who is 9 or 6 or girl who is 9 or 6 you want to go to that section and pick out a toy they might want. now you have to look at a blended area. >> boundaries are down. >> great. fantastic. there's going to be some unhappy girls and unhappy boys now. >> critics are saying it's harmful and regressive to have labels on those departments. we'll stand by on e-mail. a huge show for you, megan mccain and senator marco rubio coming up. stick around for that. ♪ turn around
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good morning. it's monday, august 10th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. protesters firing on police on the one-year anniversary of michael brown's death. the police chief calling for help. >> we need the public's help. we can't do it by ourselves. we have to have the community out here. >> breaking details for you moments away. >> she wasn't even on the main debate stage at 9:00 pm but carly fiorina's star is rising. >> at this time in previous presidential elections, it said jimmy carter couldn't win, bill clinton couldn't win and barack obama couldn't win. this race has just started and game on. >> marco rubio and bret baier
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will talk about that. >> parasail breaks off a rope and sends two teenagers flying. horrified beach goers watch it all unfold. how, on earth, they walked away is beyond me. i report today, they did. let me remind you in case there's a quiz later on in your life. mornings are better with friends. >> rough story over the weekend. a woman got way to close to an alligator in the water and lost her arm. they found that alligator and put it to sleep.
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this morning what we're going to talk a little bit about is a lot of you live around areas where there are gators. we'll tell you what you need to know to stay safe. they are incredibly nimble in some cases and really strong. >> eight-feet, nine inches long and it took her arm. we'll bring you all the info you need. >> we actually bring in an alligator and see the mouth open and you're going to feel the power. >> we have experts do this. dangerous for us. >> you're not going to want to miss it. brand new pictures out of ferguson, missouri, today. >> ferguson streets are calm right now. just hours after police officers shot and critically injured a man who shot at them. all this unfolding.
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hundreds of protesters mark the one-year anniversary of michael brown's death in ferguson. >> reporting on this all morning as the details have been unfolding. anna, what's the latest? >> michael brown's family called for peace. what unfolded in ferguson was anything but. gunshots sending people running for their lives at the protest on the one-year anniversary of michael brown's death. police say they were forced to open fire when a man shot at them with a stolen gun and riddled their cars with bullet holes. unidentified suspect is now hospitalized in critical condition. the shooting marking an otherwise peaceful day of protest protests. >> they were criminals not protesters. protesters are out there to talk about ways to affect change. there is a small group of people out there who are intent to make
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sure that we don't have peace that prevails. >> those criminals mixing with the crowd of those remembering the life of michael brown, 18-year-old shot and killed by former police officer darren wilson. police are seeking help from the community in identifying all of those who disrupted the peace. >> we need the public's help. we can't do it by ourselves. we have to have the community out here. >> four officers have been placed on administrative leave. back to you. >> thank you, anna. bret baier has been busy the last couple of days. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> congratulations. bret, megyn and chris hosted the highest rated cable news program of all time. it was fox news' most watched program ever. congratulations. 24 million people tuned in. why do you think that number was so gigantic?
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>> i think donald trump had a lot to do with it. i think people were tuning in to see how he would handle his first debate appearance and how all the candidates would interact. i think there were a lot of eyeballs on it anyway. if you look at the earlier debate with bill and martha they got 6.1 million viewers. that's interesting. in l.a. that's 2:00 to 3:00 pm in the afternoon. >> 5:00 is not easy. a lot of people are still commuting. they're not home from work yet. the next generation not involved, you had 8 million people watching you guys, bret. overall, everyone is talking. i don't know if you're finding this in washington. as we talk to people across the country and look online, so many people are talking about a woman from the 5:00 pm event. >> yeah. >> and that was carly fiorina. why do you think that is? >> i think she was clearly impressive and stood out on that
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stage. i think that a lot of people are giving her an extra look now that perhaps they didn't know who she was before. the elephant in the room has been a little surreal in that there's a ton of input. my twitter feed and facebook page, e-mail is clogged. a lot of it negative. some positive. and people thought that we were too tough at times. we came out. i looked at the whole debate last night and, you know, there was a lot of substance in that debate if you look at the whole thing, over two hours. >> no doubt. >> not just the first segment. >> you were questioning yourself. you feel as though a lot of the feedback was negative? >> no, no, i'm not questioning myself. i think we did the right thing. we asked tough questions. but i do want to acknowledge the feedback that we're getting. >> bret, honestly, people loved the fact that they weren't able
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to just resort back to their talking points. different perspective and they were airtight. they did a remarkable job. let me ask you about carly fiorina. >> next time she might be on the main stage. >> right? we're talking about her. she definitely is experiencing a rise in support post that debate at 5:00 pm. this is her talking about it. >> we've certainly seen an uptick in financial support. we've seen an uptick in support generally and so it's very exciting. i would also remind you that at this time in previous presidential elections, the polls and pundits and the money said jimmy carter couldn't win, ronald reagan couldn't win, bill clinton couldn't win and barack obama couldn't win. so the truth is this race has just gotten started and game on. >> game on is right. according to that nbc news survey monkey poll, she is the winner. when asked who won the debate carly fiorina had it at 22% and under her was donald trump. >> i think you'll see more of
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carly fiorina and on the stump around the country, she'll get more attention. >> donald trump defies political there's such an anger against washington and politicians on both sides of the aisle that i think he is going to be around for a long time. >> we've got one more poll to show you. also from nbc and survey monkey. they call it scientific. although a bunch of people didn't actually watch. who would you vote for today? donald trump comes in number one, followed by ted cruz, ben carson, carly fiorina. three of the four top people right there have never held an elective office. >> i think that's important. it sends a message. you asked me whether we thought about things, going back. one thing i think gets misconstrued is that first question when i asked whether
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they would all pledge to support the republican nominee and not run as a third party. my one question i regret not asking, senator paul didn't raise their hand. all the other candidates said if donald trump is the nominee, we're going to support him. >> one of the interesting things to come out of the debate. >> you mentioned to me on radio that ted cruz came up to you on one of the break and said don't forget about me. i saw in this poll he went up 7 points, if you are to believe this nbc poll. can you tell us about that a little? >> he came up to us and said, you know, i would love to have more time here. so would everybody. we were trying to juggle real time, people in our ears, producers saying this person had too many as far as timing to
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keep it equal. >> sure. >> and ted cruz arguably had a good night at the end of it. he made his points and a lot of people thought he had a positive debate performance. >> millions of americans got -- ultimately, the big winner, fox news with 24 million people. but also the republican party. suddenly so many people are taking a look at who wants to be the next president of the united states. >> i will say -- i really think all three of you were fantastic and appreciate the time you put into it. >> it was a great team effort. it was a big team effort. not just the three of us but a big fox team that put it on. we're proud of it. >> a lot of folks behind the scenes. >> as you should be. >> go get ready for your 6:00 pm show sfwh we'll be watching. >> as, by the way, did bill and martha. >> outstanding. >> ten minutes after the hour. you have the headlines. >> i sure do. fox news alert. breaking overnigh attackers opened fire on the
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u.s. consulate in turkey's largest city, police in istanbul firing back. the pair tried to get away and a female suspect was hit and captured hours after a police station there was bombed. officer now confirmed dead in that attack. at least three assailants were also killed. horror at the beach after a parasail rope snaps during a storm. watch this. [ screaming ] >> horrible screams right there. helpless beach goers watching as a brother and sister are sent flying through the air in strong winds in malta, dragged through the bushes and slammed up against a wall before making it to land. amazingly, no one was seriously hurt. thank goodness. private search for the two teens who vanished while boating off the florida coast has been called off. the families of 14-year-olds austin stephanos and perry cohen
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say the $40,000 a day cost is too much with no new clues come. the coast guard canceled its search after covering 50,000 nautical miles. the capsized boat was found 50 miles from daytona beach. the families plan to set up a foundation in their name to teach teens about boating safety. our thoughts are with them. and frank gifford has died at his family home in connecticut from natural causes. he enjoyed an extraordinary life on and off the football field, drafted in 1952 by the new york giants. his star would only rise from there. taking his talent to the announcer's booth on abc and cbs, including monday night football, gifford was 84 years old. our prayers are with the gifford family today. >> great guy. >> great family.
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>> he was so cool. >> loving guy. >> 12 minutes after the hour. still ahead a police officer gets pistol whipped and knocked unconscious. instead of helping, onlookers took pictures and posted them online. what is fuelling this hatred toward our police? we'll talk about that next. then "game of thrones" could soon be brought to life. >> i'll let the gods decide my fate. i demand a trial by combat. >> wow! a lawyer tells the supreme court he would like to sit on this trial by combat. believe it or not there's no law to stop him. and who am i, elisabeth or myself to stand in their way? ♪ i built my business with passion.
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stop. this disgusting photo being posted online with the caption pistol whipped his blank to sleep. apparently this detective was a relatively routine stop. told the suspect stay in his car. he did not. got out. jumped the officer. stole his gun and then beat him with it? >> yes, sir, that's correct. the way it happened was just like what you said. by the time the suspect was able to close the -- causing several
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lacerations. >> sure. after the suspect fled and he is currently in custody. pictures of this, pictures of the attack started popping up on social media. pistol pimped his face and i'm chillin' now. any idea who put up these images of this officer down? >> yes. we have several things going on right now of who did it. the biggest issue was the fact that this officer has a wife and kids that saw this before, you know, the department was ever able to notify the family of it taken place. >> sure. we opened the segment, sergeant, mentioning it's the one-year anniversary since ferguson. since ferguson, people in your line of work, they're second guessing everything they do.
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this particular police officer, it sounds like, had every right to shoot this man, who attacked him. yet he didn't. otherwise we would be talking about how a cop shot an unarmed man. >> that's correct. not only would you be covering ferguson this morning, but you would also be covering what we're talking about in a totally different situation. that's what's happening across the country. local law enforcement levels -- speaking of the local level, your state, county and munici l municipalities are the boots on the ground, dealing with these people in day-to-day operations. they're hesitant. they're always in the media portrayed here lately as the criminals. >> that's right. >> and the criminals are like the victims and media is taking it and running with it. >> unfortunately, that seems very accurate. the detective has been released from the hospital and is recovering now. thank you very much for joining us live today. >> yes, sir. >> in birmingham, alabama.
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good morning. beginning with soccer hooligans brawling in new jersey. intense fight between rival fans outside a soccer club in newark, much of it mls related. police broke them up before anyone got hurt. yankee outfielder brett gardner
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didn't see this ball coming. you can hear the shock from fans as the ball hits him in the back of the head. it was a home run ball caught by a teenager who threw it back to say he wasn't happy. guess who paid the price. yankee outfielder. elisabeth? >> gosh. that had to hurt. thanks, brian. thousands of people listen to joel olsteen's words on podcast. but for one night of hope 40,000 fans packed into the at&t stadium in san francisco to hear the preacher of positivity speak. megan mccain went behind the scenes of the weekend's event and joins us now. good morning to you, megan. >> good morning, elisabeth. how are you? >> great. tell us about this. what a great opportunity to sit with joel olsteen. >> it was wonderful. i got to spend time with him at his 17th annual hope event at
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the home of the san francisco giants. it's wonderful to have time to talk to him about his family, faith and what nights like that mean to him. take a look. >> you may have seen goodness in the past. you haven't seen anything yet. >> you are expecting 30,000 people here. you're like a rock star. >> we do it all over the world. it just seems like the people respond. a lot of people that wouldn't come to a church service will come to an arena like this. that's really what the night is about, to give somebody the
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opportunity to stand for their faith. >> the message i received from joel with god's help, i can do anything. >> i love that you make it such a family experience. >> my son and daughter will be here. they love the music. they'll be singing. it's good to see that you can love god, be normal. >> i came with my husband. it's exactly what we needed to hear. we've been struggling and it gives us hope. >> you and your wife have been married almost 30 years. what's your secret? >> you have to work at it. you have to make an effort to grow together. we try to respect each other even though we don't agree and we keep a lot of laughter in the house. we still have fun. what gives me fulfillment is to be able to inspire other people. i feel like this is what i'm called to do. there's no better feeling than to be able to help somebody else. >> i've had rough times in my life. he seems to pick me up. he's one person and makes a big difference to a lot of people. >> tonight would be the best
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night i've had so far. >> what a great look, meghan. you had to be there. >> such an incredible man. >> he really is. >> yeah. such an incredible man and really preaches nonjudgment, something i really respond to. a very down to earth man. very nervous before i interviewed him. he couldn't have been nicer and put my nerves at ease. it's nice to see the impact he has on so many people. 30,000 people coming to hear you preach is a big movement. >> he has that great smile. and you want to know more. you certainly gave us a glimpse more into his world. thank you, meghan. >> thank you, elisabeth. hillary clinton has a brand new plan that will make college more affordable. what do republicans think of that one? marco rubio will join us live with reaction next. then game of thrones could soon be coming to life. >> i will let the gods decide my
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that's why the issue is important, i think. if we can afford it in those jurisdictions that can get it, it protects both the officer and also the people. it gives you real insight into what happened. we have to understand on a regular basis, police officers around the country are interacting with dangerous people. unfortunately not a month or couple of weeks go by that we're not mourning the loss of law enforcement officer. it's a tough and difficult job. i think it's possible to say
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you're concerned about the way law enforcement agencies interact with minority communities. at the same time recognize that the enormous majority of police officers every single day put their lives on the line for our safety and security. >> i'm going to shift now to hillary clinton, senator. at the debate, you talk about paying down your college debt. some would say that debate relatable. set to outline a $350 billion college affordability pitch. the move, some would say, is yours. who you do you appeal to the millennials out there? >> again, this is the thing they always do on the left. she has to figure out who to raise taxes on. this is about doing business in america even more expensive, raising tacks and taking all that money and pouring it into an outdated higher education system. the problem we have isn't just that college is too expensive, it's that our system is outdated. we need a flexible system that allows people who have to work full time like single mothers raising children and working also need flexible ways to go
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back to school. we should be giving people degrees on the basis of what they know, not how many hours they sat anyway classroom. i'm not saying we don't continue with traditional higher education but we have to allow some competition to compete with traditional colleges. online coursework, competency based education. some of this is already out there. all she's talking about is let's raise taxes and pour a bunch of money into a 20th century outdated model. >> cut deductions on the wealthiest americans, horrible people you hear so much about, and $350 billion so kids can get grants rather than loans. i'll tell you one thing. the issue is hot. wherever you talk to people, it's concerning, feature college payment or current one. college costs are spiraling. you've been saddled with loan debt for, what, ten, 15 years after getting out of college. how do you get on track when you're saddled with loan debt,
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right? >> it depends how much it is. four-year degree isn't enough. you have to go to graduate school to get a masters or law degree or medical degree. >> sure. >> that's where the bills pile up. every time you add more money and financial aid, they raise their tuition rates. >> they do. >> that's what will happen here again unless they have competition. >> that could drive prices right down. >> you know why she's bringing it up. because this is a demographic. she would like them to vote for her. ultimately, though, those kids she would like to go to college on this particular tax dime at the end of the two years or four years, what they really need is a job. unfortunately, there aren not enough jobs out there today. >> that's part of it. the other part of it is a lot of them will graduate with a degree that doesn't lead to a job. the market for roman philosop r philosophers have tightened significantly and people are still majoring in things that won't lead to a job. before you take out a loan -- be
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for that matter, everyone should be told how much people make when they graduate from that school with that degree so people have an understanding of what they're studying and where it's going to lead. >> fresh take. >> roman inform umera will. s help you cover the super bowl. more on that later. senator schumer belongs with those acrazy right wingers and those against the president's plan of missile reduction with iran. what is your reaction to senator schumer doing what he's doing and now being villified? >> he's doing the right thing. even though we may disagree on a lot of issues we need to recognize that someone is taking a decision based on statesmanship, not partisanship. i hope it will lead to other members doing the same. i've been very clear with my democratic colleagues. this is a vote you will live with the rest of your life and the rest of your career and a decade from now when iran has a long-range nuclear weapon that can reach the united states,
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you'll have to explain why you voted for that. chuck s kr. humer plans to be around in eight to ten years and doesn't want to have to explain why he voted for this. >> and 1,500 word explanation as to why he's against it, should you possibly have enough votes to override the veto certainly coming your way. >> that's what we hope will happen here in september. we need 67, 68 votes to override that veto. picking up senator schumer is a big step forward. we hope his colleagues wake up and realize awhat they're about to sign on to. >> en route now to washington state to do some campaigning. thank you for joining us live. >> thank you, senator. >> after great reviews in his debate. >> indeed. 21 minutes before the top of the hour. you have more headlines. >> 39 minutes after the hour, terrifying moments for passengers on board a united airlines flight when the plane suddenly plunges 10,000 feet
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midair, rapid descent caused by a pressurization issue. it made an emergency landing in indianapolis, passengers suffering headaches and ear problems but no one was seriously hurt. the cause of the pressurization issue now under investigation. hero bus driver saves a wisconsin toddler wandering the streets alone. tim homan was driving his bus down a busy roadway when he spotted the little girl there in the street. you see him quickly jump into action, stopping the bus and going after her. >> i knelt down and i put my arms out. she put her arms up. and said mama. and that was kind of -- that was pretty good. >> the father arrived minutes later, claiming he had fallen asleep. scene from hbo's "game of thrones" could soon be coming to life. >> i know i'll get no justice here.
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i will let the gods decide my fate. i demand a trial by combat. >> staten island attorney on "fox & friends" told us why he wants a fight by death. >> we have rights to serve the people. i have these people who have sued me and have no basis in the law. they're trying to stop me from suing them back, from being briing a frivolous lawsuit. >> you can't make it up. a judge has not yet ruled on the request. did you learn some jousting moves out there? >> jousting in my head. >> one wrong move and you would get a slice. >> they were great. terrific. >> they were. >> thank you, anna. as producing goes, that does make a lot of sense the way we
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staged it. >> yes. >> what it would look like today on the streets of new york, you saw it. it's not going to happen. >> i hope not. >> only in new york can you have a four-person or five-person sword fight and people go to work like nothing is going on. >> no big deal. >> typical monday, "f "fox & friends." multimillionaire who raised money to help get president obama elected. this time around, he is ready for a republican? >> i like jeb bush. he was governor of my state for two terms. he did a good job running it. >> next to explain his comments to you. frightening attack. a gator goes after a woman, taking her arm off. what should you do if you come in contact with one? reptile guy is here with an alligator. he will come in contact with one. in fact, he's touching it. pain from your day can haunt you at night, don't let it.
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former supporter of president obama is now saying he's kind of pulling for swreb bush. two-time member of president obama's financial committee, don peebles. welcome back. what's your interaction with jeb? >> i've known him for 12 since and i watched him as a business leader, get engaged in the community and be a successful entrepreneur. and i watched him run america's third largest state, grow jobs and expand economic opportunity for many, many people. >> you feel as though he has the best resume. do you feel as though he's ready for the job sh. >> not only the best resume but out of the 17 competitors for the nomination, jeb has the most qualificati qualifications. he and john kasich are the two most qualified in terms of public sector and private sector experience. jeb also has commitment to wal
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economic opportunity to all americans and improving education on an aggressive basis. those are two very important things facing this country, especially when we have a widening income disparity between many americans. >> hillary clinton also has a very diverse resume. why is he the better choice? >> hillary clinton has not been the chief executive of anything. she has not run a government at all. and i think that's important. she's not run a business at all. those are important characteristics. also i am not hearing from her a plan of how she intends to move people out of poverty and how she is going to restore the american dream for all americans. and until i hear that, i couldn't look at her seriously. >> do you think biden is getting in? >> i think he may. people are looking for alternative and something different. i think he may very well. >> spending this week with his
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wie wife in south carolina. i think he will get in, too. you have 17 on one side and three and the two leading contenders may be closer to 70 than 60 on the democratic side. running for mayor of new york, for you personally, is that a possibility? >> absolutelies it. no one rooted for bill diblasio than i did. no one wants him to be more successful than i do. the first two years in office he has been very ineffective and it's been disappointing. people are struggling here in new york. there's not the opportunity that he promised and he's just not delivered. and i think that is a really seerz issue. he has not delivered on affordable housing. he promised 200,000 new affordable housing units and has yet to deliver one unit in nearly two years in office. he has promised to include minorities and women in the economic mainstream. yet $18 billion a year in
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busine business, $17,000 out of that. he is a throwback to the 1990s. 1980s, 191990s. it's the epicenter of opportunity and creativity and needs someone approaching it that way. i'm hopeful he'll wake up. >> i'm holding my breath. even the democratic governor has had it with him. love to see it. hope you actually get in. >> great to see you. thank you very much. how to survive an alligator attack. we have real alligators here. we want to find out how to live along with the reptile guy with tips that could save your life. first let's check in with bill
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hammar. >> governor scott walker is live in wisconsin and we'll talk about him on this monday. breaking news in ferguson, shots fired and breaking news in u.s. consulate attacked overseas. what happened there and what we're learning now. it's monday, a new week here in "america's newsroom." see you in ten minutes at the top of the hour. welcome to fort green sheets. welcome to castle bravestorm. it's full of cool stuff, like... my trusty bow. and free of stuff i don't like. we only eat chex cereal. no artificial flavors, and it's gluten-free. mom, brian threw a ball in the house! prospered in the town ofe hattington. never flashy, he only made the classic bowler. then suddenly the day's trend became preposterously tall.
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we told you about a florida woman losing her arm when she was attacked by an alligator while swimming in a florida river. >> what can you do to keep yourself safe when confronted by an alligator? >> we said we need to bring an
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expert in. let's bring in eric the reptile guy. >> hi, eric. >> you told me not to get close. >> no. >> they're calling this an active alligator season. what do we do? say you're in a region where they are. >> the ones that are let go are usually small like this one here. this is a baby alligator found. >> in new york? >> in new york. first confirmed alligator bite. this little guy, you don't have to worry. it can lacerate your finger for a small child, it can be dangerous. if you see an alligator in new york, like they found one last week, stay away. call the authorities. call spca. >> people in florida have house there is. >> yes. >> they're all over the place. >> reporter: they're everywhere. don't swim in the water. that's the first thing. there's usually signs posted. >> what if they're out on the golf course?
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>> what do you do? >> leave them alone. go to another hole. >> walkway slowly they'll leave you alone for the most part? >> they don't want anything to do with you unless you go in their territory. if you enter into their territory that's the whole different thing, especially during breeding season and things like that. they'll defend their territory. >> am i better going to the back, the front? >> no. just stay way. >> are we too close right now? >> no, this is okay. i don't want to call this alligator tame but she is a wild animal. she's comfortable being here. i do educational programs all over and bring her with me. she's used to me handling her. a wild alligator is a whole different story. they're very afraid of you. it's almost like fear of -- >> they attack because they're afraid? >> or hungry. two things. they can attack out of fear if you're cornering them or protecting a nest, like a female. if she has babies and the babies start to crawl, they'll attack. but if you're in their territory, then they'll defend the territory, like what
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happened with that woman. >> did you bring one other alligator with you? >> yes, we did. this one is a little wild. this is about the size of the one they found on the street in new york city. >> they found this on the street in new york city? >> yes. >> okay. >> is that a promotional charity thing? >> this is me over here. eric, i'm following your -- i'm far from the alligator. >> i'm not going to feed them. >> can you show me the jaw power? >> yeah. look at this. couple of things. >> maybe you should put them in -- >> real quick. >> about 20 second. >> first thing is -- see the teeth right there? if i were to put my hand in there, they can apply a lot of pressure. >> we'll take a quick time-out, eric. hear that, alligator? later, gator. >> whatever you say, gator. und , und , or a mouth breather.
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if you would like more information go to adventure show.com. in the after the show show today, we'll actually feed these guys. right? >> that should be good. >> yes, yes. >> you should have seen her run out of the room. >> so fast. so fast. >> i wrestled the -- >> fox news alert now. protests bill: protests marking the death of michael brown turn violent as gunfire erupt in ferguson just hours ago. now a man listed in critical condition after opening fire on police.

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