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hi friends. good morning. happy sunday. 23rd of august, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. he fought with isis and flagged in three countries. brand new details about the gunman and terror ties as american heroes count the moments before they stop the massacre. >> we saw, ran back there, tried what we could to beat him up so he didn't shoot anybody. >> why wasn't anybody monitoring the gunman? yet another sign the hillary clinton campaign is in trouble.
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doing damage control hitting the brakes on hamptons vacation to head back to the campaign trail. you know it's bad when that happens. is she worried about the buzz around joe biden getting in? schools banning all flags including american flags. >> i think they shouldn't be able to. that's a right. you can't like -- that's a freedom of expression. i don't think you should be able to take that away from us. >> are campus police attacking patriotism? "fox & friends" starts now. ♪ ♪ wake me up baby. wake me up. we're wide wake. 6:01. look at that. >> maybe they missed insomnia
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and now trying to sleep. we have tips to beat insomnia. there are several foods you can seat. bananas you can have, tea, and a few things. >> let's say you want to go to sleep can't, but don't want addicted to pharmaceuticals. non chemical ways to do it. >> that block of cheese before bed -- >> that absolutely won't do it ch. not a good idea. we're going to start with this fox news alert. questions this morning as to why he was allowed to travel freely throughout europe. >> moroccan born adoube khazzani had been flagged as a terrorist in three countries, france, spain, belgium.
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the 26-year-old is linked to radical islam. he trained in turkey and went to syria to fight. >> he was overpowered by four men including a u.s. airman and soldier. learning more about what unfolded on the train, why it was so easy in europe. we think about the air travel in the united states, we need it to get back from coast to europe. these trains are vital to european travel. it's easy to get on without identification. >> it's cheap to hip hop from one country to the next. you don't need identification and also x-ray machines and metal detectors not present. >> that's right. one passenger # from california was sleeping when wakened by
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gunshots. here's his account. >> i was sleeping when the gun shot went off. i woke up to people can ducking. i was like why is everybody ducking? i turned around to look. he entered the car with the ak. i was like this is really happening. next thing i heard, he screamed spence per go. they got up. so i got up. we all ran back there and tried to do whatever we could to beat him up, like, he didn't shoot anybody. he pulled out pay box cutter and cut spencer a few times. >> spencer not at the press conference because he was recovering from injuries. there he is on the front page of the new york post. a real hero. he has a hero name, spencer stone. >> they are recognized as heroes throughout france.
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it's actually pro american. every opinion poll in france shows they like america. these guys are the best ambassadors. >> the three american heroes. spencer stone is on the cover of the paper. he's an air force service member. of the three, the guy who is the true hero according to them is spencer stone. take a thereon tony talking about that. >> i think spencer is the real hero. he was the first one to jump on him. he was the one who got cut up. none of us are injured. spencer took injuries. he had no fear. he got his throat cut by i the terrorist. spencer, after beating the guy up, he clogged a guy's throat so
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he didn't die. that guy owes his life to spencer. >> the mother said this. they had devine intervention. the gun at my son's head didn't work. the terror suspect tried to shoot twice, and the gun didn't go off. unbelievable. >> he heard the clip fall, the suspect was 3 reload i-- was re. he went after him. watch the interview on our website. they're reeling from receiving the phone call. and now those on the hillary clinton campaign are worried. how worried? she cut her vacation from the hamptons short to get back on the campaign trail.
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she had to. numbers are headed south. there's a level of panic. >> her six figure rental, spending hundreds of thousands reportedly on this vacation. no longer are folks listening to her talk about helping hardworking americans. they're talking about the investigation. >> the if your message is, i'm one of you, understand your struggles. maybe maybe take a year off from the hamptons? >> look at trump showing off money and helicopters and getting more attention. >> she's watching bernie sanders packing in 30,000 people.
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numbers going up and up. they've got to be worried. yesterday, tens of thousands came out to his event. >> he may not be the only challenger she faces. joe biden considering seriously getting into the race. how serious is he? yesterday he met with elisabeth warren, freshman american indian from massachusetts. she's the king maker in this moment of populist. >> what is this about? >> he went to kiss the ring, asked her permission to run. she's powerful in the party. she's decided not to run. if you want the information, you ask elizabeth warren's permission. >> a lot say he's not a candidate yet, hasn't gone through the extra scrutiny. you're not seeing him yet on the
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news. >> if you say unapproved things once in a while, people don't mind f. you seem real, like he is. if you seem like you're enjoying yourself, like he always does, people like that. if you're dishonest, people don't like that. >> genuinely kind human being if you get the chance to meet him. will be interesting to see how this plays out. i'm interested to see where president obama's loyalty falls if biden decides to run. >> he basically endorsed hillary clinton. this will put him in a tough spot. we'll see. we're following a lot more. a vintage military jet plunges to the grounds and burst into a ball of flames. crowds watched in horror as the plane took a nose dive hitting several cars including a
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limousine. seven are dead, 14 hurt. somehow the pilot survived. fighting for his life in critical condition. the cause of the crash is under investigation. raging wildfires growing by 100 square miles in one day. 40 homes can destroyed. flames moving away from town. lighter winds are helping firefighters get the upper hand. thousands of families are still out of their homes as a precaution. last week, three firefighters died battling the wildfires there. divers are looking for a 360-year-old that fell into a lake while fishing. the friend tide to help him but was pulled into the lake. he pulled himself to safety. the of man is nowhere to be found. neither had on life jackets at the time.
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ahead of it, the warm, unstable air mass. potential for storms this morning and afternoon. in arkansas we have a thunderstorm watch. main threat here we could see isolated tornados. there's danny. the good news is storm is weakening 50 miles per hour. it's going to move over puerto rico, dominican republic. it's hurricane season. we'll monitor the process. >> nice to have you. >> nice to have you. >> i paid you to say that. welcoming up next, donald trump joined the biggest crowd of the campaign season so far. you wouldn't know it by looking at headlines. why does press love him so much? does the debate make him stronger? homework questions referencing alcohol and food stamps.
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headline. this is unbelievable. here's the headline. comparing him directly to george wallace, the segregationist governor of alabama, implying -- there he is -- ghost of george wallace. implying trump is a racist. don't attacks like this from the establishment make trump stronger? >> they certainly do. he feeds off this. anyone that watch had the rally had to be impressed. what candidate from any party this early could have generaled a crowd in excess of thousands. this is incredible. a lot of that had to do with his silen celebrity. i think trump feeds off negative
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publicity. it makes him go out there and attack them as well. >> obviously self-awareness is not in great abundance in politics. you think the establishment candidates look at trump and say did i create this. he may be a bafoon but why is he so popular? >> a lot of people say definition of insanity is doing is same thing again and again and expecting a different result. the idea of another party of bush is insane. a dining ciynasty rematch is in. the more they dismiss him, the more powerful trump becomes. >> i'm not endorsing what scott said, but i don't think i've heard a clearer distillation of
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it. that's right isn't it? >> the country may be clinton and bush'd out. that remains to be scene. it's not a carnation like democrats wanted with clinton. carnation is not going so well. it's different between republicans and democrats. scott is right. the country may not be ready for another bush or clinton. it's more like a reality tv show than a political campaign. >> the party in washington is obseo obsessed with one question, how do we stop trump? >> when people actually go to a voting booth or caucus and stand up for donald trump or say let's
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look at another option? i don't know what's going to happen. nobody does. nobody has a clear eer shot at this nomination. it could be the prediction people will event cually get tid of trump. it could be the establishment has to come to someone like ted cruz because they don't want donald trump in the white house. it's not for elites to decide. it's for voters. >> this is a reminder of that. super interesting. appreciate it. up next, black lives matter movement sparked controversy across the country. next place it could show up could be your child's school. we'll show you the textbooks. lock downs are locked tight. drug smuggers climb tfence with
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let's get up moving and grooving. quick international headlines. jihadi john has been unmasked. the video showing the executioner bare faced in syria. he vows to continue his gruesome beheadings. three are head did he do in a car bomb in afghanistan. riding in a convoy when the bomb exploded miles from the u.s. embassy. taliban denied responsibility. more military from north and
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south assembling. this coming after threats and counter threat ares between the two rival nations. listen to this. coming to a school near you, black lives matter textbook. the book aimed at sixth graders highlights the shooting that covers the shootings. the authors say the conversation needs to happen with young students. critics say it goes too far. larry, nice to see you. welcome to the show. >> good morning clayton. how you doing? >> doing well. you say this is all indocket nation. what do you mean? >> have we forgotten the thing that started this black lives matter thing, ferguson, was
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based on a lie. eyewitnesses, many of whom were black said he said don't shoot. it sparked controversy around the country. police are more passive. crime has gone up. 6,000 blacks shot other blacks last year. the number one cause for preventable death for young man men is homicide as opposed to car accidents for whites. it's absurd is. >> instead of going and interrupting bernie sanders speeches in front of 30,000 people. >> that's a good question. why are they interrupting speeches? why don't they come to compton or south central where we grew up and confront the crypts,
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bloods. chant in their faces. this is teaching people black people are victims and you as white people are at fault. this is not your grandfather's america. that's not what they're teaching young kids. >> and sixth gradesers. authors of the book want to create a krvegsz. -- create a conversation. >> the conversation they want to create is we're victims. i didn't say this. obama said if you grew pup without a father, you're five times more likely to be poor, nine times likely to drop out of school and 20 times more like areally to pend up in jail. we're not having that conversation. >> wow. larry, always great having you
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on the show. so articulate at 6:30 in the morning. thanks. >> i do my be best. >> more than your best. some high school students complain about classmates flying the confederate flag. what does the school do? ban all flags. curt the cyber guy is here with the apps every parent needs to download today. we'll be right back. ♪ the keys to this home belong to mark and alissa anderson. they bought the place four months ago on what was arguably the scariest day of their lives. neither has any idea what the future holds for them. but they bought into a 30-year mortgage anyway. that was bold.
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any sign not only of the confederate flag but american as well. >> this is in charlotte,e tennessee, dix con county. >> this was not attack on american flags. this is not unpatriotic. we have a number of ways students learn to be patriot mick and express american pride. we have responsibility to help our students understand citizenship, proper respect for the flag. >> what they're teaching kids is is less son in inability of people in charge to not make distinctions. i'm sure that guy is decent. they're banning all flags.
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what message are kids getting? >> you see the flag flying behind him. it's still flying at school. they can't have them on their trucks. is it history and heritage or hate? does the flag belong in a museum like many have said? >> does the school have the right to tell students on the back of their truck they drive they can't putlag sticker on their car? >> there should be an exception. >> the point of the school is teach kids things. i wonder what percentage of kids at this high school in tennessee could tell you what decade the civil war took place or what the confederate battle flag was supposed to represent or anything at all in american history? they're wasting time on this
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nothing. >> let's listen to this senior. >> if you want to fly a confederate flag and if you want to fly a rainbow flag, fly a rainbow flag, whatever you want. i think they shouldn't be able -- that's a right. you can't like -- it's like freedom of expression. i don't think you should take that from us. >> don't worry so much. >> that first amendment thing. it's nice to hear someone remember there's a bill of rights. >> let us know. >> let will us know what you think. go to our facebook page. type in there and fire away. other stories we're polling now. we're investigating the bizarre crime in texas. someone stole a woman's body of her casket. the 25-year-old died. the body went missing hours after the funeral. investigators believe someone walked into the funeral home after it closed and stole the
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body. the feds are saying our border is safer than ever. we'll let you be the judge. look at this video showing a pair of drug smuggleers jumping the fence in arrest arrest. it's caught all on camera. some reports say the security is minimal. a fourth grade teacher in ohio faces charges after giving a math problem referencing alcohol. another one says the jones family is going to receive $14 a week less for food stamps. they now receive $87 a week. how much will they be receiving? >> the district says it did not know about the assignment and calls the questions inappropriate. that's got to hurt. multimillion dollar yacht
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sinking off the coast. see the luxury boat half submerged in the water. local reports say four were on board when it struck a coral reef. it had an american flag but no word on the owner's nationality. janice dean has weather headlines and more. >> beautiful out here. 70 degrees. let's see the fire truck in back. firefighters and police officers coming today. we have a driving test. tropical storm danny. this has definitely weakened over 12 to 24 hours. expecting it to weaken further bringing rainfall to puerto rico, dominican republic. there's the pass as we get to monday and wednesday. here's our tropical depression kilo which you're watching over the next couple of days. that's going to strengthen.
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several days to watch it and warn everybody in dance. there's watches and warnings. looking for potential of large hail, damaging winds, maybe isolated tornado for parts of kansas, missouri, arkansas. back inside. clayton, back to you. >> back to school time. can you believe it? looking for a smart way to get a leg up on your new school year? we have back to school apps that all parents should download now. curt is here to explain. nice to see you. >> nice to see you. i love it. it's about that, what does my kid need this year? it's like the new backpack. four outstanding apps, one that will make life at home easier. it's called comes the bus. >> maybe sure your school system has gps enabled buses. >> yes. you have to see if your school is part of this program.
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this will let you know contactually when you need to leave home to make the bus in time. if you're picking up your kid in foul weather, you'll know if it's a hot day or snowing out i. will be cold soon. you'll know when to meet your kid at the bus stop. >> that's amazing. >> they have a pay option which will take you up. i don't know if it's worth the pay part. it will allow you to be notified. this is also cool. my homework student planner. this is free on app and wine ap android. it puts in homework assignments and gives you -- i was a space cadet in school. i forgot that homework was due today. this allows you to keep track of
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homework assignments, helps you manage time. if you want to share time with parents, it will help you. aren't you supposed to work on algebra now? a brilliant way to support education. >> i love you can schedule things and know how long things take and build into your calendar as well. >> true, true, true. and quizlet # is another app i love. i put in for example learning spanish. put in your own q cards. it lets you go through, tap it, and it finds out which one fits -- uno, dos, tres. >> you've got cards to work on a particular project. >> it's a great way doing study work, waiting for bus, between periods to do this.
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this is brilliant. i often have my friend who's a financial genius and say how come they're not teaching kids to use money? this is an app for apple and android. connects with your bank. you could put in credit cards. if you had kids with a small amount of debit card, this puts nit per suspespectivperspective. we put down 19 $71. in a week it's $381. you can keep tracking how much you should be spending each day. >> i wasted my money on comic books. great to see you this morning. >> they're worth what now? >> the same as when i bought them. great investment. thanks.
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coming up here on the show, denver's city council trying to block a chick-fil-a because of traditional marriage beliefs. others are striking back. you'll see a that next. he saw two pulled out into a dangerous rip tide and sprang into action. that inkrcredible story coming . ♪
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>> a study finds people that obsessively check phones are more likely to suffer cognitive failures. they're more distracted in the real world. of course they are. flaplastic wrap we use to cr our food could be toxic when heated. the chemicals in it have been linked to cancers. be afraid. 14 minutes before the top of the hour, rejecting chick-fil-a over christian beliefs. denver's city council may turn down the opening at the airport. why? they dislike the company's stance on same-sex marriage. a council woman worries about corporate profits to fund and fuel discrimination. here to way in, wayne.
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>> good morning. thanks for having me. >> tell us how this controversy got started when the food chain tried to rent a space at the airport. >> well the denver city council business development committee which is six members of city council, 13 member council, have are decided they want to create a moral litmus test for those that want to participate in the marketplace. they decided since danica thi c said three years ago he supported traditional marriage. he said he favored biblical definition of family. that doesn't meet their
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religious litmus test so he cannot participate in the marketplace if they get their way. >> be honest, that's what the bible says. whether you're someone that believes word for word what the bible says or if you're someone that believes in gay marriage. how much longer is this chicken chain going to be associated and suffer the wrath? >> i don't know. it's bizarre. regardless of the bible, if he were a satanist, he ought to do business the public square. where does this lead? christian city council members saying they won't sign contracts and allow people to participate in the market if they're atheist? >> right. >> are we going to have muslim council members saying they don't want jewish ceos to
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participate in the marketplace? this is a dangerous press dencp. this is violation of the first amendment. it doesn't allow supreme court precedent. politicians and people in government authority do not have the right or authority to determine what religion a person should be and punish them if they don't have the right religious views. >> thank you for your time today. >> thank you. 49 minutes after the hour. just trying to get chicken nuggets and milk shakes. chris christie has advice for fellow candidates going after trump. ignore him. will it really work? we'll ask the new jersey governor when he joins us ahead. have you ever had a night like this? >> i'm on no sleep, no sleep. you don't know what it's like in there. that red light is burning my
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if we are having a hard time getting to sleep, what do we want to know? >> first, you don't want to fight it. don't sit there trying to count sheep. you are going to continue not sleeping. >> if we get up and walk around, we're going to get our energy flowing again. what should we do? >> you want to focus on getting up, but you want to make sure you are not turning on the lights, make it really bright. so you want to just kind of redirect what's been going on by going into and focusing on, you know, drinking warm teas and milk and possibly like, you know, some oatmeal and some bananas, they are amazing because they have tons of potassium for you. >> i'm sorry. i'm mesmerized by this. >> this is called a him i layian salt lamp.
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it's got the perfect hue to create an environment that is conducive to sleep. it works as a night light and it filters the air as well. >> people use these to get environmental toxins out of their bedroom. >> it's really good for asthmatics. there's a therapy you can use. >> i see an ipad. it's the blue light from these devices. >> absolutely. what happens is most people know that they shouldn't have electronics in their room but they continue to do so, so hiem -- i'm here to please get technology out of your room a good hour to hour and a half before you go to sleep. that's another thing that's keeping up us up. >> what about pills? why is that a bad idea? >> they are masking most likely
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hello friends and good morning, today is sunday, the 23rd of august, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. fox news alert, brand new details about the three americans who took down a trained terrorist on a paris bound train. we learn about those who stopped the tragedy in its tracks. an air show goes very wrong. a military jet plunges straight into the ground killing seven people on the ground. what went wrong. he saw two teenage girls being pulled out on a dangerous rip tide and went into action. he joins us live.
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"fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> we are live on the plaza this morning on "fox & friends" on this beautiful sunday morning in new york city honoring our heroes. it's the 9/11 memorial ride. >> this trip about 5 to 600 motorcyclists began a ride in pennsylvania on friday and this morning they are going to be ending at the 9/11 memorial. >> improving new york city as they do so. good morning, it's great to see you. >> we've got a jam-packed hour for you here on "fox & friends," but stay with us. we begin this hour with fox news alert, new details emerging about the man accused of opening fire on a packed train in france. raising questions as to why the moroccan-born terror suspect was allowed to travel throughout
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europe. >> ayub oub el khazzani was lin to radical islam saying he trained with isis in turkey and also fought in syria. >> he was armed with an assault rifle, nine magazines, a pistol and a box cutter we're told. he was overpowered by four men, including three american friends traveling throughout europe. you are wondering if this guy had been flagged by multiple governments why on earth was he able to travel around like that? it's easy to buy tickets to trains right there. >> we know the answer is there are over 5,000 people on this list in europe, according to interpol. there are an awful lot of islamic lunatics traveling
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around europe. >> the trains is vital to the commerce, the same as planes are in the united states. it's easy to hop on and hop off. we're learning more about the u.s. airman who ran right into this terrorist. his name is spencer stone. we're hearing from the two other individuals who rush him. spencer was recovering at a hospital. the other americans says he's the real american hero. listen to tony yesterday. >> i think spencer is the real hero. he was the first one to jump on him. he's the one who got cut up like -- none of us are injured, but spencer took a few injuries and he just had no fear. we were trying to save the man's life. he got his throat cut by the
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terrorist so he was bleeding really bad and spencer even having beating the guy up, he went up there and covered the guys throat up so he didn't die. >> they were all three men. tony sadler is a senior at sacramento state and al ek skarlatos is also a serviceman. just the bravery that was exhibited by spencer as he rushed toward the gunman. he tried to fire and for whatever reason it didn't work but it could have. listen to this. >> i think that we live in a world that is full of good and evil, and i don't think there is a safe place you can go and evil not be present, so i'm not the type of person that feels you need to live in a greenhouse kind of mentality. you live life, you do the best
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you can and you trust god to take care of you when you can't take care of yourself and i think all of that happened in this incident. >> divine intervention they said. unbelievable and brave americans. they are heroes in france, being celebrated for the deed they committed on friday. pretty impressive. >> as well as they should be. let's turn our attention to politics. eyes on hillary clinton, it turns out in the "new york times" there is trouble in the hillary clinton campaign as she is considering leaving her hamptons vacation early to head to the campaign trail. questions over the email scandal causing drop in poll numbers and new rel vagus this morning is that a second server with hillary clinton'smail may exist after all. >> this report coming out of of washington, d.c., if there is a second server this could create a real problem for the hillary
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clinton campaign. keep in mind, she's been required to turn these over to investigators, she's required by the records act to turn over all emails. they are public property. if this is true, this is a dramatic turn and yet another reminder that this story is not going away. we're not anywhere close to closure on this. >> what we're talking about here is the hard drives that go inside the giant server. the server is just some transformers and things that actually power the device. it's the har drive, so if at hillary clinton's house they erase these hard drives, there might be another third party location where this data was transferred to and kept on those hard drives. that's what we're talking about. it may be another company altogether. >> it's very hard to get information. it's not simple, it's not just a matter of wiping it and it goes away. this data may be out there
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somewhere. >> fascinating. we're going to tell you about some other stories that we're following now. these are stories making headlines. three americans dead in a caravan in afghanistan. the taliban has denied responsibility. a vintage military jet plunges to the ground and bursts into a ball of flames on a busy british freeway. crowds in horror. you can see the dramatic after math. seven people dead. 14 others hurt. somehow the pilot survived but he's fighting for his life right now in critical condition. the cause is still under investigation. five republican contenders gathering in ohio for the ninth annual defending the american dream summit, ted cruz, marco
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rubio, rick perry, jeb bush, bobby jindal are in columbus. donald trump and john say -- kasich not invited to the event. canadians are getting a taste of winter as many americans are enjoying summer. >> alberta, eh! >> that's snow in calgary. parts of the city got two inches of snow. most of it melted. one highway was covered in snow. as a nearby lake louise ski resort, there was enough snow to blaenk the mountain side. >> janice, what's going on in candidate -- canada? >> if you live in canada, you
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expect winter any time, eh? >> when i moved to montana on september 1st and it snowed on september 20th. >> let's talk to some of my friends up early. >> ainsley. >> and? >> wanda. >> angela, seattle washington. >> julia. >> dan, ohio. >> wave to everybody at home. hi, everybody! let's take a look at the maps real quick. beautiful day here in new york city. 72 degrees. you know what, talking about snow, it's not snowing, but look at the cold front that's moving across the northern plains and upper midwest. we're talking about 10 to 15 degrees below average there. that cold front is the potential for cold weather today. watching the west, of course, we have so many wild fires burning, close to 100 wild fires across the west. we're not expecting a whole lot
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of rainfall in the areas that really need it, unfortunately, and you can see it just remains hot and dry for these regions. a quick look at tropical storm danny which is weak ng and not going to affect the u.s. >> thanks everybody. back inside. you watch the "big bang theory," you may know the actress made famous in the blossom show years ago, she has always used the platform of her celebrity to talk about things that's important to her she's talking about faith in hollywood and we thought maybe we had turned a corner in hollywood where they are embracing more faith-based films. i think in general it's never going to be trendy to be observant and religious in hollywood circles. i study jewish texts weekly. that's something really positive for him.
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she says hollywood is still not embracing of faith. >> she said on a recent trip to israel, she posted on social media, she got ridiculous amounts of negative feedback it is. >> this is one of though stories that could have been done in 1935, 45, and 76, it would not change. >> let us know what you think about that on fox and friends news.com. >> chris christie has advice about donald trump to his fellow candidates. he says ignore trump. will that work? we'll ask him when he joins us next. it's a video guaranteed to make you smile this morning. >> we brought these vehicle here. he got you one. >> his emotional reaction will warm your heart.
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rights activists leapt on to the stage. >> it's another day in new jersey. it happened to be in iowa. it's fine. i feel really good about the fact that i stood strong for the rights of farmers in iowa for the decisions they feel are best, putting up with a little heat from some protest evers is just like a typical day in new jersey. i felt right at home. >> i spoke to one of your fellow candidates the other day and he was expressing real frustration about the rise of donald trump. why is that guy coming out of nowhere sucking all the oxygen out of the race? >> no. why be frustrated by the fact that people that will do well at times and not well at times. focus on yourself. i'm focused on the fact that i brought a property tax cap and real tenure reform and pension and benefit reform to the people
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of new jersey. go out there and lay out your program. let people know who you are. that's the most important thing. >> you are the governor of the state that's right in the middle of the finance triangle of america. should ordinary americans be concerned about the stock market? >> the fact is we've had an unprecedented run here. this is the weakest recovery from a recession since world war ii. it's awful. >> you've talk to voters nonstop for months now. excluding the foreign policy realm, what are their top concerns? >> their top concerns are immigration, they concerned we get a president that will enforce the southern border. they are concerned about student debt. they are overwhelmed by student debt right now. i'll tell you i've done 17 town hall meetings in new hampshire. 16 out of 17 i've gotten
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questions about student debt. >> hillary clinton's answer is more subsidies. >> no, what we need to do is hold these colleges accountable. i will tell you there's three lines. tuition, room and board, other fees, and $60,000 and $65,000. it's crazy, as president, what i would do is say you've got to break out that bill much more specifically and you have to give us a chance to unbundle it. if they are unwilling to do that, they would not be allowed to participate in the federal student loan program or grant program. you get taxpayer money, you need to be transparent in the way you are using it. >> as someone who paid two tuition as well, you are winning my vote, governor. amen. coming up at 8:45, part two of our interview with christie, he weighs in on the hillary
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clinton email scandal. coming up next, some teen vandals who went on a rampage in a nearby park busted by their parents. what did they do? turned them in. wait till you hear the punish many they received. and he saw two teen girls being pulled out to sea in a rip tide he sprang into action. he saved the day. he joins us next. if you have moderate to severe
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welcome back. time for your news by the numbers. one in six, that's how many critical positions are vacant in
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our va hospitals around the country. nearly 40,000 doctors, nurses, and critical workers were unfilled as of july. four and a half months of pay, a federal patent examiner billed the government for hours he didn't work last year. and $2,000 is what man had hidden in containers. the man behind the search saying it was all for a good cause. a surfer now a life saver after helping a teenager in lake michigan. >> he joins us now with the incredible story with this rescue. good to see you this morning. first of all, i didn't know you could surf in lake michigan. very cool. what happened and how did you respond? >> well, i caught a wave, got
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in, somebody came up to me on the shore, like at the bottom of the pier and told me somebody was drowning and to pull the life preserver. so i kind of look at him and half kiddingly, no way, dude. no, really. at that point i pulled the life preserver, jumped down into the water, got to the shore as quick as i could and started running down the shore, man, just as fast as possible. i knew time was of the essence at that point. >> rip currents are very dangerous. we're often told to run the other way from them. you ran into them. why are they so dangerous? >> they will get them and when you struggle against them, they will tire you faster than you know what to do so all of a sudden you are just beat and you have no means of doing anything, especially, you know, without any swimming gear on, essentially. >> the drowning risk according
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to the national weather service is at higher level when the waves are three to five feet, and that day they were at six feet. so with the waves that high, the rip currents going on, and then the two scenarios that unfolded that day, what was the reaction on that beach afterwards? did anybody go back into the water? >> they did. and i thought it was crazy. obviously, there are the surfers out, you know, but there were some other people out in the water. i was like, come on, why are we risking this? we just went through all of this, you know, and it's really not worthwhile to put yourself at risk like that. >> what did these girls say to you after? >> they were -- the one was -- you know, they have just been really like thankful, i guess, and you know, that's all you can ask for, really. it's been a really cool experience. it's not every day that you save somebody. >> what happened if you weren't there?
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>> i would have like to have think she would have been okay, but i'm not 100% that it would have turn to the the way it did. the coast guard was just getting out into the channel by the time we got her in, and according to what they said at the hospital, had she been there for like two more minutes, she would have been, you know, done. >> have you talk to her since? >> well, i met up with her at the hospital friday morning, i believe it was friday morning, and we had a nice little reunion and talk, but we haven't talked since then, but you know, about every little girl in our town knows who this girl is, so i'm sure i'll see haryn, and i hope to continue some sort of relationship. >> that's pretty great. >> she would have been donezo. >> is that something you use a lot? >> that's got to be surfer lingo. >> you are a hero. thank you for joining us. >> good to see you, zeb.
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shouldn't be on the road, including myself. coming up today, we're going back to driving school. we're going to do three-point turns and parallel parking. we've got the team from "ghost unters" coming up. stay tuned their 10th season is coming up. >> they are the real thing. >> they are the real thing. and janice is sporting the t-shirt. >> it's one of my favorite movie one time. >> you were right, eh? i need to tell you stories. a missing teenage daughter now under arrest. 25-year-old stephen shearer is accused of having inappropriate relation with the 17-year-old, chelsea o'donnell.
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he's a convicted drug offender. a lesson in good parenting now. two boys got busted for damaging a port-a-potty. there's no way to pay back a parent for their sacrifice, but this comes pretty close. >> you bought us enough vehicles, dad, it's time for us to buy you one. >> rich tiffin completely overwhelmed when his throw children brought back his 1977 corvette. he sold the car when his wife was pregnant with twins because it wasn't a family vehicle. 28 years later, it is back in his hands. he will be cruising. janice dean standing by with our weather. >> speaking of cruising, we're going to ride one of these fancy
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motorcycles. we're talking about the 9/11 memorial tour. we're going to be talking to ted and roger in just a moment. first of all, we've got to check the nation's weather. we have watches and warning for parts of the central u.s., parts of missouri and arkansas. we could see large hail and damaging winds. >> tropical storm danny, the first official hurricane of the 2015 season. that is weakening. it is going to bring a little bit of rain to puerto rico, lesser antilles. we're also going to watch this tropical depression that could become a hurricane and affect parts of hawaii this week. ana is joining me. >> every year, we help to honor those lost, members of americas 9/11 foundation make a
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tribute ride to all three crash sites and they come and join us on our plaza. >> before they make their final stop, they are joining us here on "fox & friends." what year is this? >> this is year number 11. thank you so much for having us. it is very much appreciated. >> a big welcome back. so the rierds are here with you as well. >> someone is going to take me for a ride, i hope. >> roger take us back to the very first ride, 2002. >> well, actually the very first ride was 2001, we left eight weeks after the attacks and came to d.c. and it was a cold and wet and rainy and snowy, so we decided to do it when it was warmer. we do it the third weekend in august every year. this is our 15th ride honoring the 14th anniversary, tell us about some of the riders, do they return every year? >> there's a good family that comes every year, you have
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probably 4 or 500 that have been on more than ten rides. you have a handful that have been on all 15 out of washington to here and probably 200 that have been on every ride from somerset to washington to new york. >> we have this whole new generation that weren't even alive during the terrorist attack. >> it's very important. we have these never forget arm bands and i have some for you ladies. >> fabulous. >> there's one for you and one for you. >> you got to tell us about the scholarship program, that's important. >> our foundation supports the children of active first responders, fire, police, and ems. we have a college cellularship program. we've given over $300,000 a year in college scholarships. we give away a police motorcycle every year to one of our
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escorting departments. >> when did you kick off the ride? >> officially friday. we were in somerset, pennsylvania, where flight 93 went down. then we went to the pentagon and yesterday we left the pentagon and came to new york city. >> for people who around into motorcycle riding, whether they are the ones behind the steering wheel or not, how can folks get involved? is there a way to just donate? >> absolutely. our website is americas 911 foundation.org. you can make a contribution for our college scholarships or general fund. we're all volunteers. almost 90% of the money that we take in goes back to our programs. >> give us the rundown of what's going to happen today. >> today, a survivor from tower 2 will give a synopsis of what he experienced leaving the tower, going into the tower.
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his name is richard pinaveja, we were his solution to some of the problems he had, and he's been involved since the second year, and he's just an amazing person to have survived it, number one, and to listen to his oration of what occurred and what he felt and what other people around him were doing -- and he's a safety engineer for a living -- there won't be a dry eye down at the world trade center this morning after he's done. you'll hear a pin drop when he starts to speak. >> i'm part of a firefighter family so i appreciate everything that you do as well. thank you. >> anna, you've heard richard's speech a couple of years ago. >> yes. a few years ago. >> excellent. venlingt we're going to ride some bikes, i hope? >> you guys have room for two? >> absolutely. >> oh, my gosh. roger and ted, thank you so much for all you do.
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>> we also want to thank the governor of maryland and his personal assistant terry price for expediting our permit process through the state of maryland. they were very instrumental in making this a successful year for this year. >> it takes a village to make this happen. >> it does. we were very appreciative of those folks and what they did for us. >> here's what coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, another fan hit by a foul ball. why isn't the mlb doing something more? and taylor swift proving she's on top of the world. the new record she just broke and the surprise you never saw coming.
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♪ ♪ welcome back because you asked, pleaded actually, we have some entertain many headline for you. this pop star is heading in one direction straight to the floor. that was one direction singer harry styles taking a tumble at a concert in toronto. he's okay. it's not the first time he's stumbled on stage. they have seen him fall time and time again. taylor swift with a big surprise in los angeles. >> most sold-out shows. >> kobe bryant showed up to surprise her for completing a record 16 sold-out shows that's the most in the history of the staples center. >> gosh she puts on a great show. another scare in the fans, a
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foul ball at a tigers-rangers game, sends a woman to the hospital. she was hit in the head and it's not the first incident of this season. in june, a red sox fan was seriously injured when a shattered back flew into the stands at fenway park. players are even calling for stricter safety measures. why isn't the mlb acting? why season the mlb doing more? >> i think major league baseball, they really don't have to do anything themselves right now. i think that possibly with the collective bargaining agreement coming up that's going to be an issue they are going to talk about. >> as far as the fans go, you know, when we go to games, the back of the tickets have some fine print on there and what does it say? >> it waives the right to sue. that's what it is. when a baseball ticket holder goes into the stadium, they waive their right to sue. obviously now you are getting people hurt and now major league
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baseball may have to come in and say we need additional netting to be put on these stadiums and actually increase the safety precautions. >> what are the regulations right now? i know when you go to different baseball stadiums, it appears that the netting is different, the walls are different, the seating is different. are there regulations in place? >> there is regulations in place for fan safety but you are right every single stadium has different netting so that's one of issues that we have to talk about in terms of expanding the netting. >> is it an expense? is it an issue of obstructing the view of the fans? why wouldn't be it done? >> i think every individual owner has the right to expand the netting, but it's just not mandated. >> tigers starter justin ver lander says more protective measures need to be in place. players are sick of seeing injuries that could easily be avoided. do we need to need players to come forward like justin verlander for more action to be
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taken? >> i think that's some discussion for the baseball players association and the owners to work out at the next collective bargaining agreement. >> we waive our rights to sue but what about the moral obligation of these ballparks? >> yeah. that's the slippery slope argument. you want to protect the fans but you want them to have the right to catch that ball, foul ball. >> what's your advice to fans? >> bring a glove. >> and pay attention to every single play. we wish these people well who have been injured too. 46 minutes after the hour, here's what's coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, a plane crashes into a ball of flames right in front of crowds, spectator of an on-air show in the united kingdom and another disaster just ahead. they go to the scariest
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can you tell i'm super excited? it's been ten years of hunting for haunts. but now they're not done yet. this week "ghost hunters" premieres on sci-fi and this season they promise to deliver some mind-boggling paranormal evidence. take a look. >> what is that?
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>> it's gone. it was in that window. >> here to give us a sneak peek of the brand-new tenth season, welcome back the stars of "ghost hunters." the co-founder of the atlantic paranormal society. nice to see both of you. we've talked for years, it's a real pleasure to have you here on the show. i'm super excited. the tenth season. can you believe it? >> i never thought the show would go this far honestly. when we first talked about it we agreed to do six episodes the first season. who wants to watch a couple plumbers. >> do you have to pinch yourself? >> i do. >> it's crazy. >> we never thought it would last this long. maybe we'll have something fun to show our grandkids some day or whatever. ten years later. >> this tenth season is set to
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be a fantastic season, the stuff that you caught, can you give us a sneak preview of some of the things? you are at the kentucky -- at the wild turkey distillery in the first episode. >> the first episode, wild turkey distillery, a great investigation. there are a lot of claims through the buildings. we just started using new equipment, thermal imaging. just a field test before it went out on the market, and we were able to catch some incredible things using it there which is just self-explanatory. once you see. >> you were on the show before we talked about the technology. any new bells and whistles or things you're using? >> i like the camera image. it's hand held. it's a phone device and it works great. we caught some amazing evidence. and to have one of those thermal imaging cameras so accessible ready to use instantly was awesome. >> do you ever get annoyed people asking you, do you believe in ghosts? for ten seasons i love your answer to this. do you believe in ghosts? >> i do. i believe over 80% can be
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disproved, of all claims, whether it's over active imaginations, self-medicating, there's a lot of different explanations, but there are those areas that do fall under a ghost or the paranormal in general. >> and you have debunked some pretty big investigations. >> most. >> a lot of what people don't get to see on camera ends up being debunked, right? >> we always had the protocol to disprove things before we consider it paranormal. as jay said 80% can be disproved, and 20% we do find legitimate haunting. >> what's the biggest thing you ever found? >> the favorites are the ones you're able to debunk because you figure out what's going on. people have mixed prescriptions and it's created hallucinogens. people in the beginning stages of schizophrenia so they're hearing voices believing something is trying to communicate with them but they're on the beginning stages
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of schizophrenia. nip that we're able to come to an answer and help out the homeowner or the person in the building just means everything to us because that's what we're designed to do. >> what about, steve, what stands out to you? >> this season more so than others we're really trying to get answers for our clients, and it's sort of what we've built ourselves on, you know, going back 20 years, getting answers for people that aren't quite as educated in this field as we are. i think we've done a lot of that this season. >> some of these homeowners are terrified. they're struggling with something in their home. they may not know what it is. it's been frightening their kids and you go in and try to help them. >> and we've been on cases on christmas eve just trying to help out families. we did a case going back years ago where a family, their children, were poking themselves in the eyes because of the things they were seeing. they were terrified. we were there on christmas eve and we do this free of charge. we're not charging anyone. we're trying to take away their
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fears, trying to explain what's going on, bring them some sort of answers and empower them that way. >> you and i have been talking. i want to go on a ghost hunt with you. "fox & friends," can we go to eastern state penitentiary? if i'm by your side, i'll be okay. don't miss. this wednesday evening at 9:00 p.m., catch the premiere of "ghost hunters" season ten. coming up here on the show, brand-new details about the terrorist stopped by three american heroes on a train in europe. not only did he allegedly fight for isis, he had been flagged by three different governments. so why was he allowed to travel so freely? the man who killed osama bin laden said he's not surprised. he will join us live straight ahead. and a little girl with a rare illness has her dream come true. >> it's your pitch.
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hi, everyone. good morning. it is sunday, the 23rd of august. i'm anna kooiman and this is a fox news alert. he fought alongside isis. this morning we are learning more about the train terrorist and his terror ties as the heroes who took him out speak out. >> the gunman entered the car with the ak and we just all ran back there and tried to, like, do whatever we could to beat him up. >> so why was he free to roam?
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>> the drama on the hillary campaign continues. hillary reportedly cutting her vacation plans short in the hamptons. you know it's a big deal then as she loses momentum in the polls and the e-mail scandal grows out of control. democrats have a plan "b"? we'll let you know. >> i just cut my vacation short to the hamptons to read this story. panda-monium. two new additions at one of the nation's largest zoos. these furry friends that will make you smile this morning. they didn't even know they were pregnant. hour three starts right now. ♪ you've got the music in you ♪ one dance left whose joke to put carrot cake -- >> with the cream cheese icing, yum. if you think eating vegetables
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is healthy, it is in some cases like if you eat them raw but think again if you eat them like this. we have the most unhealthy veggie dishes coming up. >> we were just micro waving that broccoli and cheese dish in the greenroom a few minutes ago. >> cheese product. >> it smells fantastic, but that's not real cheese. >> i don't mean to brag, but i've been on to this -- i haven't eaten a vegetable since 1983 and i feel great. >> it was a good year. >> i knew this. we'll have more on the threat vegetables pose to your health. stay tuned for that. >> first this. that fox news alert. more about the suspect accused of opening fire on a train in france. france, spain and belgium all say ayoub el khazzani had been on their radar as a terterror r. >> they linked him to radical islam saying he was sent to syria to fight. this, of course, is the question
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why he was allowed to freely travel on the train system. >> he was armed with an ak-47, nine magazines, a pistol and a box cutter. he was in the end overpowered by four men, three of them were americans, they were friends traveling through europe. the suspect is now being questioned by french terror officials, and the man who prevented the massacre are heroes in france and also here in the united states. >> prevented it from being any worse, but we're told that one person was shot, hit by one of the bullets during the first round he was firing and another person slashed in the throat and then one of these heroes that took down el khazzani was stabbed in the back of the neck and also in the hand. >> so interesting, though, about the european train system and for those of you who have never traveled on it, it's pretty open. you can jump on without even showing identification. it's the infrastructure that runs the european economy. we think about airplanes in the united states as the linchpin for our economy here. it's the train system there.
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jump on with no i.d., hop on, hop off, and that's what this guy did. >> a lot of x-ray machines and metal detectors. >> and yet it was americans who prevented this massacre from taking place. why? because they're brave and unlike a lot of other people they're not passive. they run toward the sound of gunfire. tony sadler, the hero from sacramento, california, says he was sleeping when he heard gunshots. here is his account of what happened next. >> i was sleeping when the gunshot went off, and i woke up to basically people ducking and then i was like, why is everybody ducking. i turned around to look and he had just entered -- the gunman entered the car with the ak and then i was like this is really happening. and then the next thing i heard, he just screamed, spencer go. he got up and i got up and we ran back there and we tried to, like, do whatever we could to beat him up so he didn't shoot anybody. he pulled out a box cutter and cut spencer a couple of times.
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besides that, we tried to do whatever we could. >> they beat that man unconscious. by the way, notice, they hear gunfire. most people say runs, these americans said go. >> went right toward him. tony sadler, a senior at sacramento state, alek skarlatos, a national guardsman, and spencer stone, air force service member who we didn't get a picture of him yesterday but here he is now. he wasn't in the video because he was still recovering in the hospital. >> neck cut by a box cutter. and, by the way, they'll meet with the french president today and the french people honoring these brave americans who are potentially disrupting a massacre. he had 500 rounds on him and one one of those clips didn't go, dropped to the ground, he tried to fire two more bullets into the head of spencer stone. the gun didn't go off. his mom described it as divine intervention. here is a quote from spencer stone's mom. i feel like they had divine intervention and they were saved
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because the gun was at stone's head and the terror suspect tried to shoot twice and it didn't go off. then he reached for the box cutter. >> it's really unbelievable. you think when hollande meets with these guys, he will learn something. there is something different in the american character. again, these are the men who ran toward gunfire. they didn't run away. >> and thank you for correcting me because i think i said french president, prime minister, today. hillary clinton, meanwhile, is on damage control. her campaign dealing with all this negative momentum. she was out in the hamptons on vacation and according to "the new york times" this morning sort of scrambling to get back on the campaign trail to try to alleviate some of these negative poll numbers. you see the big campaign crowds that are gathered by bernie sanders right now, tens of thousands of people showing up in seattle and arizona, california, and hillary clinton out relaxing in the hamptons. >> wait, she's coming back from the hamptons? that is pulling the rip cord. that's an emergency measure. break glass in case of emergency. >> she is a woman of the people. most people like her reportedly
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staying in a home for $100,000. heading to the midwest to start campaigning instead. this has her off message. people are not listening to her messaging about being a hard-working american and she's your biggest advocate. they're thinking more about this fbi investigation and watching her trustworthiness numbers go way down. >> it is a total morass turn after turn she has made unequ unequivocal statements, i did do this, i didn't do that, and at every turn people with superior knowledge say, wait a second, you're not telling the truth. this is a tweet hillary clinton sent out. she says this, from a former justice department official, quote, ridiculous classification rules are the real problem. in other words, i did nothing wrong. it's the system that's broken. >> first it was i didn't have anything classified on there and then it was, well, i didn't e-mail anything classified at the time, and now, well, these overclassification rules. that's the real problem. it's not me. it's the law that's wrong. >> you listen to the clinton
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campaign spokespeople firing back saying now that you've received e-mails from hillary clinton or those e-mails that you're investigating, those were once classified, now they're listed as unclassified, you may also have some problems here. the system is broken, they say. meanwhile, military this morning firing back. lieutenant colonel james williamson firing back to that tweet that tucker just read and he said this. it's not up to her to decide what level it's classified at. it's up to her to obey the law, and clearly she did not. if someone doesn't have the sense to recognize classified material, they shouldn't be in such a sensitive position much less secretary of state. >> let's be honest, the secretary of state by definition deals with classified material, not occasionally, constantly. constantly. a huge percentage of the tiny number of e-mails the inspector generals have looked at have been classified. of course. this is why previous secretaries of state didn't do this. this is why no other clinton cabinet official uses a private server. not one, only hillary clinton.
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why? because this happens. >> we'll talk to shannon breen in a few seconds filling in -- apparently we're not. >> we'd like to. she's a great person. >> one thing a lot of people are talking about is joe biden and is he the plan "b"? there's some buzz growing as he reportedly has met with elizabeth warren in washington, d.c. the family time he was having. a lot of big supporters from obama are starting to join the draft biden campaign. >> if you're wondering why joe biden was meeting with elizabeth warren, one of 100 senators, freshman senator from massachusetts, she is unofficially the head of the democratic party. that's how far left it has moved. that elizabeth warren is the person whose ring you have to kiss before you even consider jumping into the race. it tells you a lot. >> and he's polling really well, right? because his hat is not in the ring, a lot of pundits say the moment you do that -- >> he has something in common with trump and it's this. people like donald trump because
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trump seems to be having a good time, and joe biden, too. i've never agreed with a single thing biden says, but he always looks like he's in a good mood. >> that's true. it's eight minutes after the hour. seven people are dead, 14 others hurt after a vintage military jet plunges to the ground and burst nooses into a ball of fla. crowds watch in horror as the plane took a nose dive hitting several cars. you can see the dramatic aftermath, multiple cars are on fire. somehow the pilot survived the crash but he's fighting for his life in critical condition. and breaking right now, two planes just collided at an air show in northern switzerland. at least one of those planes crashed. it's not yet known if anyone was killed. two upstate new york police officers are shot in the line of duty. they spotted an armed carjacking
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suspect and called for backup. the gunman opened fire when they arrived. the officer was hit in both legs, klein in the shoulder. both are considered nonlife threatening injuries. the suspect was shot by police. he later died. divers in helicopters frantically looking for a missing fisherman who fell into a lake in southern california. the 60-year-old was fishing with a friend when he fell in. the friend tried to help him but was also pulled into the lake. he was able to swim to safety, but the other man is still nowhere to be found. authorities say both men were not wearing life jackets. here's a fun story. double panda-monium. our first look at the twin cubs born overnight to panda mei xiang. zoo workers say they didn't even know the 17-year-old was pregnant until a few days ago. when she gave birth to a second cub it was a double surprise. both babies and mama are healthy. the cubs' sex will not be announced until later. the names will come shortly
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welcome back. a gunman opens fire on a train bound for paris. >> learning more about the man who perpetrated the attack, a moroccan national who spanish authorities believe belongs to a radical islamist movement. why was he allowed to roam freely? >> the navy s.e.a.l. who shot and killed osama bin laden is a fox news contributor. we're talking about this train infrastructure in europe where these guys hop on and off. no metal detectors, no i.d., armed with 500 rounds and an ak-47. >> it doesn't surprise me. we're as a society reactionary and we think because of 9/11 they're just going to go after airports. any train you take from d.c. up to new york, they're not looking at that because we don't think ahead.
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we don't want to be islam phobic so they haven't done it before. it's the normalcy bias. >> this guy was on the list. why wasn't he being asked. there are too many people on the lis list. >> the people who have a tendency to travel to turkey to get trained and go to syria for whatever reason, that should be a red flag. you need to profile someone and it's not so much what they look like. it's where they've been. the only way to stop terrorist is to elive nate the threat. >> we don't want everyone to live in fair. look at the way that we go -- where we travel when we go on airplanes and have to have all this security and you can only have three ounces and everybody acts like it's so annoying but it prevents potentially some big
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style attacks. are we going to start seeing different security measures taking place on trains especially in europe? >> i would be willing to say that based on everything that happens they'll make it worse on us. the whole thing -- we had one guy try to blow his shoes up, now we all take our shoes off. they could potentially mix some liquids and only three ounces at a time. that hurts everyone else. >> you see moms having to hand over baby bottles. >> i'd be willing to bet the 75-year-old woman in the wheelchair isn't a threat but they still put her through a metal detector. if the 75-year-old woman can take over the plane, i say let her. >> on the train in lancaster, pennsylvania, there's no one there. you can walk right on the train. no one is even checking your ticket. >> there hasn't been an attack yet. this guy, if he would have gotten away with it, if it wasn't for the three brave americans that took him down -- which is just cool. for someone to get that close to
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you, it's happened to me, to shoot an ak-47 that close, it's scary. and these guys proved it's okay to be afraid but bravery is a fear. you recognize the fear, push it aside and do it. >> what does the suspect, this terrorist's background, say to you, moroccan national, 26 years old, able to be radicalized. >> it's not like he was radicalized in morocco, it was in spain. radicalized with the ability of free speech to preach hate. he heard it in spain. traveled to syria. trained with isis, traveled to turkey, and he's back in europe. even today jihadi john, the guy famous for cutting so many heads off, he said he's coming back and will continue to cut heads. >> who would have thought? this problem was solved in 1942. great to see you, rob. and thank you for all you did. i want to tell you that every
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time i see you. coming up, the federal government says our southern border is locked down tight. so how do they explain this. drug smugglers climbing the fence like it's a playground. you have to see more of this. and then buckle your seat belts because anna kooiman packs her bags and hits the road for the best trip of all. >> i'm on the wood river. we have a special road trip for you. we are going fly-fishing. help me catch some cutthroat trout coming up. in a work, work, work world... take time for sunday.
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welcome back. jihadi john has been unmasked. grainy new cell phone video obtained by "the daily mail" shows the isis executioner
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bare-faced in the video. he vows to return to england and continue his gruesome beheadings. he is believed to be on the run in syria. a pair of drug smugglers jumping the border fence in arizona. mexican radio station posting this video showing how easy it is to cross over this way. this coming as the department of homeland security says the border is as secure as it's ever been. ♪ pack your bags, anna kooiman. this is a series we send anna around the country to do amazing things you'd want to do if you could, and this one, honestly, is the best i've seen. >> we're crossing things off your bucket list, something you do all the time. this latest trip didn't d
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disappoint. one of the most beautiful parts of the country just outside of cody, wyoming, there to go fly-fishing and reel in some trout. thank goodness i had tim wade, one of the best guides in the business by my side. hey, anna kooiman, welcome to cody. good to see you. nice to meet you. >> this is an american gem. what a cute town. >> it's the most beautiful place. >> let's do some fly-fishing. >> i have a full day planned for you. we're going to have fun. i have big, stupid fish located. >> i need to put on my outfit, right? >> let's get you suited up. >> after putting on waders and waterproof butts it was time to get it out and get it done. let's do this. on our way over to the wood river ranch we got a chance to take in some of the beautiful scenery. and we got to see plenty of it as our fishing hole was well off
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the beaten path. >> anna, these are some of the flies we'll use while we're fishing today. i have some grasshopper patterns, some dance with flies, things that occur this time of the year. >> these look like bugs. >> they look really good. >> ooh, groedy. >> yeah. let's go up here, practice casting and catch some fish. >> all right. >> i even brought a big net so we can put the big fish in there. >> let's go. >> let's go do it. okay, anna. to cast the fly rod, we get some line out in front of us. what we do, we start our cast low, we throw it behind us, pause just briefly, and then push and stop, and if you watch my stroke, you'll see what i'm doing. just kind of throw it back, pause, 1:00, 11:00, 1:00, 11:00. because you're an athlete, i think you can get this pretty good. it's just like dancing.
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it's rhythm. >> and so began our dance for the yellow stone cutthroat. >> we're going to lift quick, pause, push. look at that. >> yeah, that was a good one, if i do say so myself. >> do it again. >> do it again! >> one, two, three. >> one, two, three. >> there you go. >> he's on it. he's on it. i got one! okay, now what do i do? >> now you reel. >> reel him in. >> there you go. hold him right there. let's enjoy him for a minute. >> that's a pretty fish. >> beautiful fish. >> what kind of fish is this? >> a yellow stone cutthroat. >> gosh, he's a big boy. well done. look at that. >> oh, wow. like a good conservationist, tim and most fly fishermen practice catch and release. how long can they stay out of water? >> about ten seconds. >> ten seconds. fphoto-op. photo-op. >> awesome. let him swim away.
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excellent. >> wow. welcome to cody, wyoming. >> thank you for that. want to catch another one or is it too much fun? >> no, of course. are you kidding me? i could stay out here all day. >> you bet. >> and a big thank you to the people at the wood river ranch there. fish and wildlife are not the only things you see, elk, grizzlies, they haven't lost anybody yet so everything is just fine. we did get some good pictures. >> that was your first fish? that was your first? >> yes. >> first time fly-fishing? >> it was a stocked pond. >> fly-fishing is medicine. that's why a lot of our wounded warriors do it for recovery. it actually works. >> i could have stayed out there all day. >> it's the best. >> and next time one of the best roadside attractions in america, you'll see me get up close and personal with a lot of wildlife. you'll also get to meet the incredibly entertaining rooster
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who will show us the famous ostrich ranch in arizona. the next road trip only on "fox & friends." >> that is awesome. all right. coming up next, high school students complain about classmates flying the confederate flag. what does the school do? it banned all flags including the american flag. is that the solution, or is it completely demented? >> parents will do anything to get their kids to eat right. >> show mommy. >> but not all foods you thought were good really are. the most unhealthy vegetable dishes, we've got them. >> carrot cake is not healthy? >> how to make them better. yeah, that cheese sauce on that broccoli -- >> look at janice. >> i thought janice would try it.
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>> your shot of the morning, packers quarterback aaron rodgers and olivia having some fun at home. >> the couple lip-synching a scene from "the princess bride" using the an app dubsmash. >> that's about the weirdest thing i think i've ever seen. >> that's a fun friday night. >> have you seen this story, a school district in tennessee banned the confederate flag in the wake of the drama over the confederate flag. some saying it's the root of america's problems. because they can't make fine distinctions between flags they like and don't, they were banning all flags and that would include the american flag itself which students are no longer able to display at school. >> you know it was only a matter of time before it happened. a lot of students were hanging flags on the back of their cars, their pickup trucks, suvs, particularly on football friday
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showing their patriotism or their heritage to the confederacy and it was causing some problems. a school district decided not to just ban the confederate flag but the american flag as well. the one exception you see is still on the flagpole at the school, so at least that's good. >> and then dickinson county direct osh of student services said this about what they're trying to do there. listen. >> this was not necessarily an attack on the american flag. there were some other issues we were trying to address. it's not an unpatriotic act by any means because we have a number of ways in which students do learn how to be patriotic and express american pride. we do have a responsibility to help our students understand citizenship, proper respect for the flag and what that might look like. >> students aren't happy about it, by the way. one of the high school seniors went on the record and talked to the local news station and here is what arianna had to say, a high school senior. >> if you want to fly a
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confederate flag -- >> you should be able to. >> and if you want to fly a rainbow flag, whatever you like. i just think that they shouldn't be able to -- that's a right. it's like a freedom of expression and i don't think that you should be able to take that away from us. >> this is not about a school district in tennessee. this is about a long-term trend of the people who run everything, the elites in washington, new york and l.a., despite rural america and its culture, suspect anybody who doesn't live in their cities of being a bigot and they're trying to crush that culture by banning its symbols. they hate expressions of patriotism. it makes them uncomfortable. let's be honest. >> americans feeling guilty about being americans for some reason or not having patriotism like we used to. come on, america. let's wake up before the american flag ends up in a museum. >> no one in waco, texas, is banning the rainbow flag. it's a one-way deal. you have one small culture with all the money and power in america trying to crush everyone else. it doesn't go both ways. >> june wrote us, i agree that
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you have a right to do whatever you wish on your own property. when you enroll in school, you agree to obey their rules. that's just the way it is. >> ed on facebook says fly any flag you want and like free speech people can make comments about it. that's freedom. >> let your comments fly on our facebook page. we're going to tell you about other stories making headlines. police say they never heard of anything like it. officers in san antonio trying to track down the person who stole a woman's body right out of her casket. 25-year-old julie mott died of cystic fibrosis. hours after her memorial service last week funeral home workers found her casket empty. investigators believe someone walked into the funeral home after it closed and stole the body. can you imagine being her family? and dramatic video shows the aftermath of a deadly crash. a passerby capturing the flames. police say the car was speeding into the toll plaza before crashing and it barely missed a motorcyclist, a dump truck, and
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even a state police cruiser. hundreds of people go searching for hidden cash at a california park. about 26 containers with more than a total of $2,000 inside. the clues all on twitter. this is tnot the first time. last year he gave away $60,000 saying it was for a good cause. there are your headlines. janice deep is standing by in our weather command center with the latest. >> you know what's better with friends? freddie the frog. look at all my friends with their freddie the frog caster. i know, shameless self-promoter that i am. let's look at the weather maps and we'll talk to some of these friends. temperatures in the 70s in new york. rapid city, we have a cold front moving through. temperatures 10 to 15 degrees below average, looking at the radar a little bit of rain and perhaps some strong to severe thunderstorms for the central u.s., the appalachians and then, of course, the four corners where we really need to see the
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rainfall in the west, we're going to get a little bit but not enough. they need to see more moisture because we're dealing with close to 100 wild first across the west. there's tropical storm danny weakening, which is good news. do you like freddie? do you like frogs? do you like weather? >> yes. >> then you'll like freddie the frog caster. >> shameless. >> i know, i'm shameless. >> parents will do anything to get their kids to eat right like this. >> show mommy. >> just because a dish has vegetables doesn't mean it's healthy. registered dietician kerry gladman has seven dishes to watch out for. thanks for being with us. >> so great to be here. >> these vegetable things have to be chalk full of nutrients. >> most of us know that we're just having chips when we eat
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these but for some reason we still feel a little more virtues. these types of veggie chips out there really are essentially either corn or rice with maybe a little vegetable powder. you're really not getting any nutrients. if you want the chips, have some chips. don't full yourself into thinking you're getting the veggies and they have the fat and sodium and make you want to eat more and more. if you want something crunchy try a raw vegetable. go for the regular crudite. the flavor in a chip like this, however, it's seaweed. you get the different nutrients in there, the minerals. dried kelp. put that in the oven. >> by the way, my kids do suck those down. they chomp away on those. >> what are these things? >> those are some things that look really nutritious, right? there are some healthy versions of fruit leathers out there that
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are just -- they're organic and they're fruit. parents are really fooled. the truth is we have to really think of them as just having sugar like candy. slightly better but even if the sugar isn't much more than in a piece of fruit which some fruit leathers are, you're not getting the fiber, you're not getting the water volume so don't fool yourself. know you're giving your kids something just a little better than candy. go for a piece of real fruit. fruit is already sweet enough. nature's candy. >> we'll have to speed through the rest of these. frozen cheesy vegetables. >> frozen vegetables are so healthy for you on their own. add your own little bit of cheese. don't have the ones that are frozen already with the chemicals and the stabilizers. >> we've done this with our kids tempurah vegetables? >> all the benefits of the veggies, better to not have breakfast than the doughnut. roasted veggies at a high temp
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with a little bit of oil and they'll get crispy. you don't even have to add the oil. >> ketchup has a lot of sugar. >> and the worst kind, high-fructose corn syrup. don't think you're getting in some great antioxidants. >> mom, i had a tomato today. >> i love carrot cake. >> coupled with the cream cheese. we should just rename it that it's cake. >> that's not a real carrot on top? >> can you believe -- >> i was fooled, too. no vitamin "a" in there. don't fool yourself. like the chips here, know that you're having an indulgence. >> these vegetable infused waters. >> really? this is fine to make on your own, adding vegetables. that's great. don't spend money on the vegetable infused water thinking you're getting vegetable. if you like the taste, not the end of the world. you're not doing anything bad
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for you. read the ingredients but make it e your time.at home. thanks for the goodies. >> thank you. >> anybody want some shoe leather? >> so appealing. new jersey governor chris christie is making his case to iowa voters this weekend as he vows to be in the top ten for the next debate. how does he plan to do that? part two of our interview with the presidential candidate next. and no one was injured by me throwing shoe leather. no, this multimillion dollar super yacht completely sinks, and the owner is forced to watch it go down. i take prilosec otc each morning for my frequent heartburn. because it gives me... zero heartburn! prilosec otc. the number 1 doctor-recommended frequent heartburn medicine for 9 straight years. one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn.
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next debate for september. we asked about hillary clinton when we talked to him. the governor said he's already looking forward to debating her on the stage in november. here is part of the interview. so you're a former prosecutor, of course. how would you evaluate hillary clinton's legal situation with her e-mails right now? >> i think she has some serious problems, tucker, on two fronts. first is was there obstruction of justice? did she delete e-mails or order them to be deleted when she was under subpoena from the house of representatives? secondly, the issue of classified information. did she mishandle classified information, and did members of her staff mishandle classified information? the law applies to hillary clinton whether she thinks they do or not. i'll tell you this, tucker, i'm looking forward to being the republican nominee and being on the stage next fall in 2016. she hasn't been cross-examined by a real prosecutor. when i get the chance to do that, the american people will
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finally get some answers. >> you're in the middle of the finance triangle of america. should ordinary americans be worried about what's happening to the stock market in the last couple of days? >> you always have to be concerned when our stock market shows some weakness. we've been on an unprecedented run here. we don't have enough economic growth. it's weak and the american people know it. what they want is a president who is pro growth, who wants to cut taxes, get rid of loopholes, stop making it work for the rich. >> you believe the tax code is rigged for the rich? do you think that's true? >> yes, i do. >> how so? >> listen, because there's dozens upon hundreds of special loopholes and deductions that you can only get if you have a lobbyist. i say get rid of all those loopholes, deductions except for two. the mortgage deduction on your home and the charitable contribution deduction. we can lower rates, the top 8% is in the middle. economic growth in this country, if you can do the taxes in 15
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minutes, imagine, tucker, how many people get fired from the irs if we did that. >> you have to fight your way through a crowded room of lop yiss to get that through. you've been on the road for months now. what do your kids make of this, the spectacle of the presidential race? >> they're all learning, tucker, the learning experience of the country. we're here at the iowa state fair with all four of our children and my wife. it's a great experience to see what it's like to run for president of the united states and so far at least in the first two months of this campaign, everybody is adjusting really well and we're doing it as a family and enjoying ourselves so far. we'll see how it's going then. everybody is happy. >> you're going to make it into the next debate next month? >> i'm in the top ten and i'll stay in the top ten. >> thanks for joining us. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> that debate, the next one, will take place september 16 at the ronald reagan presidential library outside los angeles. you just heard the governor pledge to be in it. coming up next, you heard from chris christie. now another candidate, senator lindsey graham of south carolina, joins us.
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this is the most inspiring story you will hear all day. this 5-year-old was kept with a rare condition which kept her fingers from fully developing. that didn't stop her from wowing the crowd the other night when
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she threw out the first pitch at the baltimore orioles game. perfect. you should see the smiles in the studio right now. nice to see you this morning. welcome. >> hello. >> hi. >> hi. what was it like for you to watch yourself on tv throwing out that first pitch? >> she's watched it quite a few times. we catch different parts of it every time we watch it. >> it is amazing. mom, tell us how this all came together. you had first tried to get a 3-d printed hand over the years. but it didn't end up working out. how did this all happen? >> well, we got her first hand,
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i believe it was the beginning of last year. it didn't work that well. so i kind of gave it a few weeks and thought about what i could do. i got to thinking about university of nevada, las vegas. i thought, who better than to write to the department of engineering to get a bunch of kids to make it for her. so i sent an e-mail. we kind of went back and forth for a while. the doctor and professor said they wanted to make her hand. that's how it all started. that was in june of last year when we got started. >> can we see the hand? can you give us -- there it is. can you give us a demonstration? mom, how does it work? >> it's wrist motion. move your wrist. when she -- pull your wrist. it will grasp. when she lets go, it releases. >> she took to it right away, right? >> pretty much. she picked up the ball right
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away. >> amazing. why the orioles? how did that unfold? >> robot. robot. >> my husband grew up in hagerstown, maryland. he has been an orioles fan since he was little. that's how we became orioles fans. my son plays little league. for three years he has been on an orioles team. both of them bleed black and orange. they love the orioles. >> do you like baseball? >> yeah. >> you will be an orioles fan for life as a result of that. what do your friends think? >> what do they say? what do they think about your hand? >> i don't know. >> every time she wears it to school, she gets surrounded by kids. they all want to see how it works and what it does. >> i remember that. >> you remember that? >> she's adorable. she's growing so fast. right, mom? she has had -- this is her
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fourth hand? >> yes. this is hand number four. each time there's a different modification. we will go through and talk about different things that we could improve. so they will make those changes. yes, this is hand number four. >> amazing. i remember a few years ago we had one of the first 3-d printed machines on our set. we were talking about how this device, the printers, could change lives. you are looking at the benefit of these 3-d printers right now. >> yeah. absolutely. >> it's a heartwarming story. you had everyone in our studio smiling. can you wave good-bye? >> can you wave good-bye? >> bye. thank you so much. >> thank you. coming up here on the show, the mainstream media tried to ask carly fiorina tough questions. why do you know he's lying? >> for heaven's sakes.
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morning. today is sunday the 23rd of august, 2015. fox news alert. we are learning about the terrorist and the terror ties and the heros who took him out. >> the gunman entered the car with an ak. we saw him ran back there. we tried to do whatever we could to beat him up. just so he didn't shoot anybody. >> why was the gunman free to roam? rob o'neill reacts next. the drama on the hillary clinton for president campaign. she handed over a server to the fbi. the question this morning is, is is there another server still in the shadows?
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reports suggest that could be the case. does the second one contain the e-mails everyone is looking for? we will bring you the latest. say is ain't snow. we try to hold on to summer. one city is getting an early winter storm. two inches of snow. can you guess where? "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. ♪ we needed hats yesterday during our safety dance out on the plaza. it was very bizarre. i didn't realize how -- >> how much better did you do? >> i didn't drive at all. i knew better. >> you dant want to be embarrassed. today you are put to the test. we are go being back to driving
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school. >> i don't boast a lot. but i'm a good parallel parker. >> is that true? i am not. i'm going to knock cones down. we will break our rule and be held accountable coming up. stay tuned for that. >> a little mud on the tires. we need to get to this alert. we are learning more disturbing details of the man accused opening fire on a packed train in france. governments in spain and belgium say ayoub el khazzani had been on their radar as an terrorist and they were warned about him over a year ago. >> they linked the 26-year-old to radical islam saying he trained with isis in turkey, then was sent to syria to fight. this raises questions as to why he was allowed to travel throughout europe. >> a lot of questions. el khazzani was armed with nine magazines, a pistol and a box cutter which he used. investigators probing the suspect to determine if he
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worked alone or was part of a broader terror plot. that information is trickling in to us now. we will report it the second we get it. >> three victims, one person had their throat slashed. they had to apply pressure and make sure he was okay. also, another passenger was hit by one of the bullets between rounds. that's when the heros stepped in. >> these heros, we didn't get to see spencer stone yesterday. here he is on the front page of the new york post this morning. of course, the other two on the scene, anthony sadler and alek skarlatos. but spencer was in the hospital because he had been hit with a box cutter and slashed. spencer stone is the real hero here. when he heard that gunfire, when he heard the clip dropped, he is the one that took off running right into this guy. listen. >> i think spencer is the real he hero. he was the first one to jump on him. he is the one who got cut up. none of us are injured because
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spencer took a few injuries. he had no fear. we were trying to save the man who got his throat cut by the terrorist. he was bleeding really bad. spencer, even after beating the guy up, he went over there and helped guy. he owes spencer his life. >> put yourself in this situation. you are on a train in a foreign country. you hear gunfire. most people dismiss it as fireworks. they knew the difference. you see a crazed person with an automatic weapon firing. what do you do? most people run. these guys in a single word said, go. that's the word they used, go. this man, spencer, ran right toward the terrorist, tackled him. they beat him unconscious. they saved countless europeans from being murdered on the train. >> they will be honored today. they are meeting with the prime minister of france. rob o'neill was on show earlier this morning. he said, this is not uncommon. you talk to the family of alec sckarlatos yesterday.
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rob o'neill is not surprised by this. listen. >> this guy, if he would have gotten away with it, if it wasn't for the three brave americans that took him down -- which is cool. for someone to get that close to you, it happened to me, to shoot an ak-47 that close. it's scary. they moved it's okay to be afraid. bravery is not the absence of fear. you recognize fear, push it aside and do it. >> pret ty amazing. imagine though how loud and he ak-47 is already. imagine the sound indoors in the confines of a train car. it must have been unbelievable. the average person would just turn tail and run. these americans didn't. >> rob talking about open borders and how they will cause more problems in the future. also, if you haven't been to europe and traveled around on these trains, you can go from one country to the next pretty easily. you don't necessarily have to
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have identification. in many cases there are not x-ray machines or metaltect detectors. with this guy, this terrorist, he carried out what he was told to do. he was being watched. how does this happen? >> it happens because there are too many people in western europe with the same profile. authorities have said that. there are too many people on the watch list because there are too many lunatics in western europe. immigration policies allowed them to move into the countries and change the way europeans live. >> he was on three different watch lists -- he was on -- being watched by three different countries. yet, he was able to do this. tom wrote us on facebook this morning.
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they were in -- americans have gone to france again to save the day. that's the headline. politics. hillary clinton cutting her vacation short because of trouble on the campaign trail. trouble in poll numbers. she's watching bernie sanders pack arenas. she's cancelling her vacation to come back early. the washingtushington examiner reporting there may not be one e maim server. according to them, there may be a second e-mail server where her e-mails may, in fact, live. there are a number of tech experts believe this was the case in the first place, it wasn't just the server at her house, that it may have transferred to a third-party company where the data is living on some other hard drive. >> it may be there. >> this is getting bad. there's nothing here to see, just an attack from the right
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wing. when hillary clinton leaves the hamptons to get back on the campaign trail, you know there is disaster on the horizon. they are worried about this. >> which is why democrats are thinking, plan b. who is it? is it joe biden? he met with elizabeth warren. he was spending time with his family. a lot of obama supporters, financial donors, are joining this draft biden campaign. >> carly fiorina knows computers, she understands servers. she was asked about this. listen to her take on hillary clinton. >> she doesn't have a track record -- >> do we know -- do you know -- why do you know she's lying? >> for heaven's sakes. the night of the benghazi attack we now know that the state department and the white house knew. this was a purposeful, pre-planned terrorist attack.
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the next morning she went into the state department and she addressed the american people and talked about a video that did not represent the values of this nation. several days later she said the same thing over the bodies of the fallen. what she should have said was this a purposeful terrorist attack and we will seek retribution. >> you believe she purposely -- >> absolutely. >> it's not surprising carly fiorina is doing well. whatever you make of her background in business, republicans are looking for someone who is calm, articulate and in full command of the facts. she seems to meet those criteria to me. >> interesting. let us know your thoughts. obviously, she saw a big bump in the poll numbers after her debate performance. >> happy hour debate. >> the happy hour debate. let us know your thoughts. on to our stories making headlines. two people recovering after a helicopter makes a hard landing in texas while filming a reality show. witnesses say the chopper was flying too low and hit trees. one person suffering a broken leg. no word on the other person's
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condition. no one else on board. seven people hurt, 14 others are hurt after a vintage military jet plunges to the ground and bursts into flames on a busy english roadway. thousands watching in horror as the 1950s plane takes a nosedive hitting several cars. you can see the dramatic aftermath, multiple cars on fire. somehow the pilot survived the crash. he is fighting for his life in critical condition. right now, at least one person is dead after a collision between two planes at an air show in northern switzerland. no word on any other injuries. we try to hold on to the last days of summer. some are getting an early taste of winter. that's snow? calgary. parts of the city got two inches. it melted right away. an hour south, one highway covered in snow and a ski resort there with enough snow -- look
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at this -- to blarng nket the mountainside. >> good call. we are glad to have you. >> i hear we are doing a driver's test. i will be knocking down a lot of these traffic cones. >> get a helmet. >> it's not a helmet. let's look at the maps and then we will talk about traffic cones. we have some showers and thunderstorms across the northeast. oh, my gosh, try to balance one of these on your head while you are doing weather at the same time. it's very difficult. we could have showers and thunderstorms as some strong to severe storms across the central u.s. the areas that need it not getting the moisture across the west coast. look at the temperatures. hello. hello. i'm doing weather with a cone on my head at the same time. incredible. 100 in dallas. we have a cold front across the upper midwest bringing temperatures 10 to 15 degrees below average. one more map. danny, good news is, it's
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weakening. not going to affect the u.s. we could see moisture for puerto rico. >> wow. >> we will need helmets. >> let's hope i drive better than what i look like. >> it's early for mimosas but not too early. coming up next, the world reacting to the bravery of the three americans who stopped a terror attack on a european train. that would include presidential candidate lindsey graham. he joins us live with how the united states ought to reward the heros. that's next.
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today's top story, this morning we are learning about the islamic terrorist who opened fire on a paris bound train injuring three people. authorities now say the 26-year-old moroccan national was flagged a risk in three separate countries because he had been to syria to fight with isis. he was able though to walk on to a train with an automatic weapon and open fire. what does this story tell us? joining us now is senator lindsey graham. it's great to see you. thanks for coming on. >> thank you, tucker. >> this guy was floating around europe like other people like him. is there a lesson here about immigration policy? europe has a lot of people like this. what should we learn from it? >> not so much about immigration policy as that terrorism is on the rise. western passport holders that go to syria and come back to europe and eventually the united states to attack us. so what i would do as president is i would hit them in syria.
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if this war goes on much longer in syria, it's going to be a perfect platform to hit us here at home. these people with western passports can come to america. i want to say these guys represent themselves. the military and our country so well. i hope they will be eligible for a purple heart. here is my theory, tucker. the whole world is a battlefield. radical islam is everywhere. it's not about iraq or afghanistan. i hope we will recognize that the battlefield is the world, even on a train in france. these guys engaged the enemy. radical islam is the enemy of mankind, our nation. they deserve a purple heart, the ones who were injured for taking on the enemy france. >> amen. radical islam is everywhere. but it's more concentrated in certain regions of the world. do you think it's unwise to give large numbers of people from the region the western passports? does that increase the risk to us? >> absolutely. i think we need to be a nation
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at war. we need to be america, our constitution is exists in time of war. we're fighting a war, not a crime. i have been very worried about reducing our defenses. if there's a phone call coming from overseas into the united states from a known terrorist, i want to know who is on the other end of the phone call in america, get a warrant to monitor the content. we're letting our defenses down. we're not acting like we're at war anymore. we're acting like we're trying to fight a crime. it's going to come back to bite us. >> i want to ask you about politics. you are running for president, of course. you were one of the few republican candidates to flat out attack donald trump as he rose in prominence. you described -- you likened him to the wizard of oz. there's a tiny man behind the curtain. now that he is endured for a couple more weeks, is that still -- do you think that's an apt description of him? >> yeah. i think his solution on immigration is ridiculous. we're not going to deport 11 million people and their legal children. you cannot physically do that.
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you can not legally do that. i think his plan to destroy isil is worse than obama's. here is what mr. trump says, go to iraq and syria and take their oil, use it for our benefit. not only will that not destroy is isil, that will turn everybody in iraq and syria against us and be a great recruiting for isil. i understand people being frustrated. we're asking the president of the united states, the commander in chief, i don't think a plan like that is worthy of the commander in chief. >> if his ideas are ridiculous as you said, why is he so popular among republicans? >> i don't know. that's a good question. people are frustrated. if you think you are going to deport 11 million people, then that's not going to happen. you may want to hear that. if you think it's a good idea to go to iraq and syria to take their oil for our benefit and that will destroy isil, you are making a mistake. that will empower isil. it will put our soldiers at risk. i hope over time the solutions he is offering will be judged as
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inadequate. i don't think he would be a very good commander in chief at all. let's not take one novice and replace him with another. we're at war. i'm very worried. i have a plan to destroy isil. it's not about taking the oil from iraq and syria. it's about going in on the ground and destroying them. >> senator lindsey graham running for president. great to see you. thanks for coming on. > >> thank you. he saw two teen girls being swement swept away. hear from the surfer who saved the day. get 10% on some of your school items. we have the best way to save as school begins. stay tuned for that. i have type 2 diabetes. i started with pills. and now i take a long-acting insulin at night. i take mine in the morning. i was trying to eat right, stay active. but i wasn't reaching my a1c goal anymore. man: my doctor says diabetes changes over time.
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good morning. quick consumer headlines for you now. a battle over beer royalties. she beverage is tryi -- new evidence shows the plastic wrap we use to cover our food could be toxic to our health, when heated. chemicals used in plastic have been linked to cancer. back to school time. as you are prepping for the end of the summer, how do you keep your budget from skyrocketing? our next guest says it's simple. lauren is a money manager. great to see you this morning. let's start with making a supply spreadsheet. my wife is the queen of the spreadsheets. why is this important? >> i have four kids. three are in school. i get two pieces of paper per kid of school supplies.
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flipping back and forth through six pages, i'm bound to miss something. by putting it all together on one sheet, you make sure that you get the best deals because you don't forget something and have to go back later. >> i love this next tip which is the price matching. get up to 10% back on different products just by going into the stores and showing paperwork? >> staples, walmart and target price match. staples price matches 110%. if you find a better deal on something online, in the store, they will give you the best price and give you 10% extra back. walmart and target do the same thing. >> what do you bring with you? a printout? >> it debens if you find an online deal. target will take your phone. you can show them on your phone. they will price match that. staples, the same way. >> now, everyone is using their phones. they are using apps to be frugal about their purchases. there's gray apps. what is target's cartwheel? >> it's an app you can download.
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it gives you percentages off. get 5% off your purchase. get 5% off school supplies. it's just another way. they simply scan it from your phone. another app that i love is an app you can search all of your local stores. let's say you look for crayola crayons. you can find where the cheapest place is. coupon sherpa is a great app. if you are going clothing shopping. and you can compare across amazon and other online retail offi offers. >> we know the kids need the backpack that has monsters on it. they want that. they see the avengers and they want that. they can't make up their mind. it's up to you. >> you pay up to four times more
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for those kind of fun things for your kids that sometimes i recommend keeping them home and don't be afraid to say no. >> you have tens of thousands of followers on pinterest where you put all sorts of frugal living tips and tricks. >> you can find me at i am at lady. >> you are a pinterest genius. >> thank you. >> great to see you. good luck with your back to school travels. a bombshell development in the case of oscar pistorius. he says he killed his girlfriend by accident. what it her parents just said could change everything. that's straight ahead. there's nothing like a steak. odds are, you have been eating it wrong. we are about to make it taste better with one simple step. no one is better suited for the job than tucker who eats steak every night.
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♪ ♪ the end of the road that's aaron rodgers with his girlfriend. >> it's not weird.
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it's dubsmash. this is -- >> it's all over instagram. by the way, our producers are telling us they want us to do dubsmash. >> i will do that. >> tucker is all over that. >> do you want to do the spice girls? anyway -- >> we don't need to lip sync. police never heard of anything like this. officers trying to track down the person who stole a woman's body out of her casket. the 25-year-old died of cystic fibrosis. hours after her memorial service last week, the funeral homeworkers fouhomewor workers found her casket empty. can you imagine her family? a new interview with the
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parents of reeva steenkamp revealing she had her bags packed and she was ready to leave oscar pistorius. shoe he was due to be released last week. they put the release on hold. a surfer is a life savor when he saved a teenager. you can see them fighting off strong rip currents. the dramatic moments and what might have happened had he not been there. >> coast guard was getting out into the channel by the time that we got her in. according to what they said at the hospital, had she been there for two more minutes, she would have been, you know, done.
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>> it's the girl at the hospital where she got to thank him. she's expected to make a full recovery. another amazing story. a 5-year-old girl was born with a rare condition which has kept her fingers on her right hand from fully developing. she uses a special prosthetic to help her out. just last week, she got the chance to throw out the first pitch at a baltimore orioles game. she joined us earlier with her mom after having her dream come true. >> every time she wears it to school, she gets surrounded by kids. she all want to see how it works and what it does. >> i remember that. >> people all over the world calling hailey an inspiration. >> those are your headlines. here is janice dean. >> here is what i think i'm going to try to do. this hasser never been done on
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national television. can i be arrested? this is my driving instructor. she doesn't know we're going do this. she's going to click this button for me, the green button. let's take a look at the maps while we drive. excellent. there's a look at your temperature. 74 in new york. 70 in chicago. taking it real slow. 43 across the northern plains. shower and thunderstorm activity across the great lakes. and the appalachians. then push it for me. there we go. then across the four corners, showers and thunderstorms as well. if you push the map again, sylvia, i think we're going to talk about tropical storm danny. i hope that's the map up right now. it's a weakening tropical storm. it's going to bring showers and thunderstorms to cuba and the dominican republic. now we are going to reverse since we have time. how are we doing? >> we're doing great. >> should i be doing weather and driving at the same time? >> no, you shouldn't. that's called distracted driving.
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>> distracted driving. is there any police officers in the officer that could arrest me? >> probably we can see some on streets here. we're in a closed area. i think we're safe. >> i'm wearing my seat belt. >> you are wearing your seat belt. but you are not looking back. >> should i look behind me? >> you should be looking behind you. we can stop. >> no anchors were hurt in the making of this video. >> that's the slowest driving i have seen. >> we are going back to driving school. >> parallel parking coming up along with another forecast. they say the best meats are dependent on the cut but not the way you think. the way you slice a steak affects the quality of the experience of eating it. >> what's the best way do it? here to us is dan susa. you can save us a lot of money by doing this. right? >> i'm here to save you a lot of money. >> i'm for that. how are you going to save us money? >> look at steaks here. we will talk about expensive to cheaper. this is your fillet or
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tenderloin. it's a steakhouse staple. it's really tender. doesn't matter how you cut it. it's going to be tender. it has fine muscle fiber. very little collagen. it comes from the animal that doesn't get used and that determines how tough it will be. it's really expensive. doesn't have a ton of flavor. this is a new york strip. this is a great steak. doesn't get used very much. fine muscle fibers. doesn't make a huge difference how you cut it. here we get into steaks cheaper, really great flavor. it pays to cut them the right way. >> because -- this is like a cheetah steak. >> it's from a cheetah cow. this is a skirt steak and flank steak. they come from the flank, which is the underbelly. this fine muscle fiber in these cuts, they are wide. you can launch into a grain. >> i would think i would cut it in half. >> so that's a good starting
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point. >> we're going to eat this half now. we will save the rest for later. we will cut that in half. >> that's okay. that's fine. what we're going to do is -- there's two different ways. cut with the grain and you can kuts cut across the grain. cut across the grain, shorten the muscle fibers into pieces easier to choose. it's not going to make a different here. in the test kitchen, we ran experiments. we have a piece of equipment to test how chewy something is. >> in the robotic mouth? >> yeah. cut two different ways. with and against. it turns out that it makes the steak five times more tender to cut it across the grain than cut with the grain. >> you can buy cheap steak and it will be soft? >> it will be better. absolutely. i have more over here. you want to see the difference in action? this is our tenderloin.
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slice a few pieces off. we will do the same for the flank. i should mention where the cut comes from, how you cut it makes a big difference. the tomorremperature is importa. this is a thermometer. it's incredibly accurate. >> you stick it in the meat? >> yeah. it's the tip right there. goes in. gives you a reading fast. you want to temp your steak. it's hard to know right off the bat -- >> are you dieing to try this? >> if this tv thing doesn't work out, i could have a job at old country buffet. >> every time we do the thanksgiving turkey carving, you win. >> you don't want to rip them? >> you don't want to rip them. you want a sharp knife. that looks great. let's get some of these on plates. >> we will spend our commercial break eating that. you are a genius. >> you really did. i'm going to buy bad meat from
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now on. thank you. we appreciate it. next, the dow is reeling after its worst day in four years. the question is, wall street on the verge of another free fall or is this a needed correction? and yesterday's driving disaster courtesy of our janice dean. that's her behind the wheel. we have a driving instructor to whip her in shape and the rest of us. will we pass the test? that's coming up.
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aha! cinnamon. milk. cinna-milk. cinnamon toast crunch. crunch! crave those crazy squares. cinna-milk! talking the economy. see what happened this week? bad news. the u.s. stock market took a huge plunge friday with the dow jones and s&p 500 seeing their biggest drop in nearly four years.
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why is this happening? what does it mean for you? should you call your broker and scream sheell? what does -- should we be terrified? >> i don't think so. the truth is, we're all worried about an combhee that's slowing down. the worries recently really came out of china. the economy of china is falling down dramatically. for the longest time we would talk about that china was the growth engine of the world. we all wanted to sell our wares to the people in china. now we see that actually, it's slowing down. that's going to impact companies here. that's going to impact jobs and growth. the worries about the global economy and -- they are real worries. >> worries about rate. will we see an increase of rates? what will this mean for housing market, people trying to decide whether they should sell their home this time of year? it's a perfect time to sell or buy a home. >> it's connected. the federal reserve meets next month, september 16th.
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the word is that they want to get off of the zero interest rate policy they have been on. they want to raise rates. if the federal reserve raises rates now while we have a very, very frajgile recovery, that ma set us back. there's a debate whether the fed will raise rates. i think it's perhaps pushed out to december. next week we have the gdp report. that's going to give us a very important reminder and window into what's going on in this economy. >> your show starts in a few minutes. >> i have governor casey coming on. i will start our interview with asking him what this means, this global market sell-off. i believe people should nots be worried. then we go into his policies. how do you move the needle on wages? wages haven't moved. then we get into markets and allocating capital and get into the global sell-off. he is the president of u.s. trust. they have about $200 billion under management.
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he has clients he is speaking with all the time. we will talk about the 2016 election. we will talk about iran. as well as the market sell-off. >> how do you get these guests? >> can you -- >> sometimes. >> starts in a few minutes. don't miss maria's show. janice dean lass made it clear her driving skills are not exactly up to par. that's her there. now we have a driving instructor here to whip her and the rest of us into shape. we wigoing to pass the test? >> maybe shouldn't stand while driving. if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis like me... and you're talking to a rheumatologist about a biologic, this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain and protect my joints from further damage. this is humira helping me reach for more. doctors have been prescribing humira for more than 10 years.
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quick entertainment headlines from the back of an
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atv. this pop star is heading in one direction, straight to the floor. ♪ one direction >> one direction singer eric styles taking a tumble at his concert in toronto. this isn't the first time he's fall wlen. and many new parents turning to the dark side. >> i am the father. >> oh, i love it. >> anikan, darth vader's real name. top name. came in at 957 on the social security administration's list for 2014. luke is number 28. >> i am the father. >> everybody, did you see janice driving on the plaza yesterday? >> take a look at this. >> really. >> watch out! >> oh! >> i don't want you to fall.
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>> road trip! >> i better jump out of this. >> do you have insurance? ♪ ♪ >> stay awake. >> we're going to give janice some driving lessons. >> we thought we could have a refresher on the driving rules. we brought a driver instructor. sylvia. i'm not a good driver but i am reckless. so you're the perfect person. >> in that case, hang on a second. >> seat belts. >> i'm trying to reverse it. tell me what you want me to do here. >> i want you to look over your shoulder and press the gas. >> can do. >> which shoulder? >> oh! >> hello. holy smokes. >> did we sign any wavers? >> i should have put a helmet on. >> do we ever sign a waiver?
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>> okay. >> great job. >> how did he do, everybody? ! >> oh! >> perfect. how was that? >> that was an automatic fail. >> automatic fail. >> sylvia, i'm getting out of the vehicle. >> make us proud. >> all right. >> what was the point of the test? >> there's no point to the test. >> really? thank you, ma'am. good luck. >> are we supposed to follow? >> not hitting anything maybe. >> i mean -- >> show us your driving, baby. >> click it or ticket, everybody. >> anna is going to now attempt a three-point turn. >> you can add it. >> what's the -- >> do they have three-point turns in canada? >> you can't turn a sled team in three points. >> i can't see the cones.
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>> am i in neutral or reverse? >> no, you're in reverse. turn it all the way. >> take out a camera. >> watch out for the o'reilly sign. >> okay. maybe you could do a little you-turn, right? >> say what? >> put it back into high, ri is h. >> okay. >> there you go. >> so you're turning it here. >> right. >> okay. >> take the brake off. >> take the parking brake off. >> where's the parking brake? >> right here. >> take the brake off. it's all right. it take a minute to remind you. >> oh! >> the female jokes. >> get a man to undo the parking brake. >> oh, my gosh. >> how many women does it take to undo a parking brake? >> not a big deal. >> okay.
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>> you don't put the parking brake on unless you're on a hill. >> you tell them. >> ready? >> here we go. >> i can do this. >> she's doing it in stilettos that are this high. >> turn it all the way to the right. >> the camera, be careful. >> look back over the shoulder. good stuff. >> good job. >> backing up. then you're going straight. >> now put on the parking brake. >> yeah! >> good job. now you do a u-turn. >> put the emergency brake on. >> all right. there we go. >> it your honor it around. >> she's setting it up for you. >> good right in there. >> oh, yes. >> this is really the best segment i've ever been on. >> unbelievable. >> put it on on this kind of car? >> onl the emergency brake on.
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>> i can't believe i got my license. i left the emergency brake on. i drove all around town. >> this is a theme. >> i was at a stop light and a guy was like, your car is smoking. >> all right. >> how many anchors can you fit into a clown car? >> h is where we want to go? >> h. >> i'm doing basic left and right turns. >> you can do that. >> are you an instructor? >> see how many cones you can take out. >> oh, my goodness. >> whoa! that is so impressive. >> oh! >> cone down. cone down! >> take out as many as you can. >> oh, yes. >> all right. i just want to show janice how to do it.
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>> oh, okay. >> yanis, i'm going to set you up here. >> hopefully a commercial break is coming. >> we're going to commercial. >> all right. >> you can do it. >> i'll be your ice back here, j.d. >> we'll be right back. saved by commercial. sea monster in the water hazard here. i believe that's a "kraken", bruce. it looks like he's going to go with a nine iron. that may not be enough club... well he's definitely going to lose a stroke on this hole. if you're a golf commentator, you whisper. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. this golf course is electric...
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here we go. >> new york motorcycle. >> kawasaki mule. >> i am doing a -- >> parallel park. >> anna, are you okay? >> keep going. keep going. >> left, left, left, left. >> oh! >> is that is it? did i do it? >> no.
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>> what? >> forget this. >> high speed. >> oh, yeah. >> whoa! >> we'll have more practicing in the afternoon show. thanks, everyone. >> see ya. >> please let us out. ohio governor john kasich looking to separate himself. pushing his bipartisan message as he continues his presidential campaign. hi, everyone, i'm maria bartiromo. this is "sunday morning futures." ahead of a busy week for the market. with antigovernment send being their message. hillary clinton having an investigation into her private e-mail server and it's just not about her. her campaign insisting it's a partisan witch hunt. our panel on that and the latest

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