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to school at all. >> and yoga pants should be covered up unless you are actually doing yoga. as talk of joe biden challenging hillary clinton intensifies, how would president obama's endorse many affect the race? "fox & friends" starts now. good morning to you. it is august 25th, tuesday. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. tragedy on the track. indy car driver justin wilson has died from his injuries after being hit with debris from sunday's crash and this morning the critics waving the checkered flag on safety. a live report for you straight ahead. market mayhem, stocks sent on a roller coaster ride yesterday. the dow plunged more than 1,000 points shortly after it opened. so far things are looking up.
stuart varney explains why. and the airman who took down a terrorist on a train in paris. >> what he didn't know was the confrontation with our very own captain america. >> and another hero emerged, a college professor who has lived in france for the last couple of days. that story and more on "fox & friends." and on this tuesday morning we start with a fox news alert. a race car tragedy. indy car driver justin wilson has died after being hit in the head with some debris during an awful crash right there that you can see a couple of days ago. >> dangerous stuff. >> his death raising new concerns about the safety of the sport. >> that's right. ainsley earhardt here now
joining us with the latest. >> race car drivers say they love what they do and they do understand the risks that are involved in this sport but this latest tragedy is raising questions about what can be done to increase safety there on the tracks. driver justin wilson was hit in the head from debris at another car at the pennsylvania race track over the weekend. his car then veered into a wall. he was airlifted by a helicopter to a hospital where he died last night. this morning, the racing community is, of course, mourning. >> we just want to offer our sincere condolences to justin's family. obviously, justin was a great professional driver and extremely good at his craft. beyond that, you know, he was a great guy. >> wilson's death raising the debate about the safety of the open cockpits. the cars that they drive in are totally open. in 2011, indy car driver dan we woulden was also -- when his head hit a post in a fence after
his car went airborne and in 2009, henry sterdes died after an f-2 race after being hit by a wheel from another car. wilson said in an interview and he and other drivers were always trying to make racing safer, but added it is a race car. we are racing hard and when it goes wrong it can get messy. >> by the way, at 6'4" he was the tallest guy on the circuit and his nickname was the gentle giant. >> i can't believe he got in that car. those guys are usually little guys. >> he grew up in england racing cars and since the age of 13 he has worked to p increase awareness about safety. there's a lot going on. we're going to bring on stuart varney to talk about what's happening with the markets
today. and heather childers join us with the news. the louisiana state trooper shot in the face during a traffic stop has died. 43-year-old senior trooper stephen vincent was attacked trying to help kevin dagel a suspected impaired driver on the road. he will face attempted murder charges. >> a desperate search for a south carolina teen who vanished before the first day of school. right before she disappeared, she texted friends about someone following her. now, her car is also missing. it's a silver 2002 ford escape, license number kfi-776. she is 5.8", 100 pounds, light
brown hair, hazel eyes. at this point though, police do not suspect foul play. the illegal immigrant who killed kate steinle faces court today. he's pled not guilty to a gun charge and he does not deny shooting her though his lawyer says it was accidental. starbucks is telling baristas to be sensitive to customers who may be anxious. fox business alert. you are now looking live at the floor of the new york stock exchange where markets took a dramatic plunge yesterday,
wiping out nearly 600 points, sending investors quite the panic. >> everyone was told to stay home. what does it mean? host of varney and company is here. >> he is. stuart, yesterday, a trillion dollars of value was wiped out of the stock market. sthorng, as we looked at what happened over night asia, they went in the tank, but now the american stock market is poised to go up 500 points. >> can i give the news here? surprise, surprise, the dow jones industrial average will open sharply higher. it's going to go up right there at the opening bell today. >> what does american investors looking at that the chinese investors aren't? >> a couple of things, some big
name american corporations have been beaten down really, really badly in this turmoil. >> even though guys like apple tried to give us a rah-rah speech yesterday. >> there's other big names that are still depressed and there are bargain hunters jumping in to buy what they can. plus, european leaders overnight we want out of their way to say china is not a problem for us. don't worry. up go their markets. we're going to go up at the opening bell. >> donald trump says i've been telling you guys this a long time. he wrote on instagram, twitter, including any other social media he can to talk about it. this is what he had to say about china. >> this is the greatest theft in the history of america, with the money that we have taken out. we have rebuilt china, they have devalued their currency to take
even more from us. i would get them a mcdonald's hamburger and tell them they have to get to work. >> that's called confrontation. now, donald trump has a point. we are coupled with china. that is a fact. >> through the bond market. >> through the bond market. they own close to a trillion dollars worth of our debt. they have financed our welfare state for the last seven years venlt they buy all -- we buy all their stuff. they don't buy our stuff. >> confront them, say no, get out of here. that's not going to work. >> let's buy back our debt. is it true, it's also free market? american companies are choosing to build products cheaply. >> we have an enormous amount of
chinese stuff coming to america sold at relatively low prices which has been a real plus for american consumers. case closed. >> as well as investors in those companies, like apple, for example. >> that's right. but there's a two-way flow here. we get their stuff, they get our money. that's what happens. you can't just break that connection just like that. you can't do that. >> too simplistic. >> we had quite a may lox moment yesterday. it's going to go up at the beginning. >> you'll be live, stuart? >> yes, sir. >> good word from you today. thank for that. let's talk a little bit about -- you've been wanting to discuss this. >> oh, many goodness. >> what took place on that train in france. >> that's right, with an ak-47. there's now a fourth hero that we're finding out about in that
train terrorist take down. thank you to captain america, the air force is set to give airman stone a huge award, maybe even a purple heart for thwarting that attack. california is thinking about giving them a parade for their efforts. that terrorist got on that train, hoping to kill as many people as he could, and everyone is asking themselves would i have been that courageous. >> this particular guy, mark mooglian has lived over in paris for 25 years. he's currently a professor at the university of paris. he and another guy -- with a guy on the ak-47 got on the train, noticed the suitcase and was suspicious. he eventually took the suitcase into the bathroom. the man was brandishing the
ak-47. that man, mark, jumped up. the gun man pulled out a pistol, shot him in the back, in the lung, and went out with his neck. >> spencer, the man with the shorter hair, even though he was beat up and cut under the eye, he was the one who stopped the bleeding for mark, and his wife would later say as she ran for help and look for a doctor, no doubt about it, spencer saved her life his life. >> the air force secretary said this. >> what the gunman didn't expect however was a confrontation with our very own captain america and believe it or not that is what airman stone's friends nicknamed during air force technical training. had it not been for this air force quart at the time, i'm quite sure we would be sitting here discussing a blood bath.
>> the air force is going to nominate him for the airman's medal which is the highest award for noncombat bravery. >> he said they charged when others cowered. courage saved us. americans still know how to fight. >> let's talk about specialist alex skarlatos. his dad hopped on another network and talked about his son, what they did and how they acted and as an american he's no stranger to terrorism and he thinks we need to confront it directly and he's very proud obviously of what his son did. >> it's better to die like a lion than to be slaughtered like cheap, and this terrorist coward deserved what he got and the pc crowd needs to recognize terrorism for what it is. >> absolutely. >> he went on to say terrorist -- people say a terrorist to one nation is a
freedom fighter to another. he goes no, in this case a terrorist is a terrorist. this is in the a freedom fighter. >> a guy comes out of a bathroom on a train and wants to kill a bunch of people, that is a terrorist. >> three americans stepping up right here to do the right thing. >> reportedly, those conductors hid. shocking video showing drug smugglers scaling the wall along our southern border. why are they saying our border is safer than ever? scientific reason, sleeping naked is good for you. >> it's a little chilly. and i'm a sleep walker. ♪ ♪
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video is an illustration that the border environment, including a linear border environment of crime does not stop, does not sleep. the issue here is that they are still testing for vulnerabilities and seams along our border. the cartels don't go legitimate just because there are greater resources brought to the border. those greater resources were all brought and practically stopped in 2009, they were brought by the bush administration, the doubling of the manpower, the bringing on more infrastructure and technology. all of this pretty much occurred during the last administration. so it has been nearly seven years and just now we're finally getting to see new technology, including where that video was shown. new technology is finally coming on after nearly 7 years with this administration. this administration's focus, of course, is tacit amnesty what
they are looking to do is draw attention away to clear victory at the border so they can get on to -- it's not even comprehensive immigration reform as we like to refer to because this president has no qualms about circumventing legislation. it may not be reform from legislation. >> what do you mean by tacit amnesty? does that mean the border patrol have told you that they are told to just turn a blind eye to some of the traffic coming through? >> god bless the men and women of the border patrol who resist that pressure from the white house. i.c.e. morale, another brother agency in the department of homeland security, which oversees deportations and removals of criminal nationals that are threats to this country and investigates interior crime such as the one that occurred in san francisco, they have been ordered by their leadership to look the other way.
morale is just theshl. i was just in the town last week where that video was taken, in 2000, 6,000 persons were arrested in that person. now it's 60,000. the patrol agents are worried, it is in that sense more secure, but we're worried still. >> right, and of course a lot of the slowdown for a little while the economy was so bad they decided they didn't want to come. now, it's getting better and they are streaming across while their economies are suffering in central and south america. 10 minutes before the bottom of the hour. coming up straight ahead, eric holder said the ferguson police department are corrupt. so now all arrest warrants are being withdrawn. this guy taunted police on
facebook. the sheriff is getting the laugh last. here the epic poem he delivered to this prisoner. this story coming to you next. d, at one point, did not work. you had some blocks and you had major thoroughfares and corridors that were just totally pitch black. those things had to change. we wanted to restore our lighting system in the city. you can have the greatest dreams in the world, but unless you can finance those dreams, it doesn't happen. at the time that the bankruptcy filing was done, the public lighting authority had a hard time of finding a bank. citi did not run away from the table like some other bankers did. citi had the strength to help us go to the credit markets and raise the money. it's a brighter day in detroit. people can see better when they're out doing their tasks, young people are moving back in town, the kids are feeling safer while they walk to school.
at 24 minutes past the top of the hour, we have some quick headlines for you now. the caught on camera he had shut up now. a pilot executes a one-wheel touch down when half of his landing gear fails him. it was coming for a landing in california when the pilot realized that problem. and chaos on the highway, a woman in utah going the wrong way and refusing to stop. an officer rammed the car, the woman tries to car jack other drivers before she's finally
arrested for driving under the influence. busted, a 21-year-old florida man is coping with a harsh reality. it's not a good idea to taunt the police. logan "finally free" hale thought he would have a laugh to the sheriff's department writing in response to a facebook post about him. hello, here i am and deputies continue to look for me but are frustrated that i am unable to be located. not too long after that, sheriff grady judd responded in an epic way. the sherry joins us live right now. >> i'm doing okay. >> i'm glad you could join us to explain this bit of policework. the fellow, the suspect, logan hale, you featured him on your facebook page on your friday
felon segment. what did you say about that? >> he committed a bad crime, robbery with a firearm, stole $10,000 during that particular blaryg. we had arrested his buddy but not him, so he came on our facebook page. we have about 100,000 friends or so. and he taunted us. oh, they are really frustrated. they can't find me. >> he made comments about you looking for him? >> he absolutely did. he made comments about they are having trouble, the deputies are frustrated. they can't find me. here i am. well, we put a $500 bounty on his head and all those people who he thought were his friends much rather wanted the money and as a result that $500 went out and logan hale went to jail and now he has no money to post bail. >> and that's the poem you wrote after you caught him you went back on facebook and -- read the poem that you penned sheriff. >> sure. logan hale, you are on your way
to jail. your attempts to hide were to no avail. maybe you'll make bail. either way your facebook taunts were an epic fail. >> that's pretty good. >> the long arm of a law had a pen and wrote a poem right there. what is the message to this story? what's the moral to the story? >> the moral to the story is if you are in polk county and warrants out for your arrest, just turn yourself in, if you run, you are going to jail tired. our deputies are the best and we have almost 100,000 facebook friends that help us chase you down. >> there you go. and p.s. don't break the law. don't steal stuff out of people's houses. already. thank you very much for joining us and telling us the story. you are quite a poet, sir. >> thank you. >> that's great.
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>> the u.s. stock market opens exactly three hours from right now, fox business alert, you are looking live at the floor of the u.s. stock exchange as we brace for another roller coaster day. >> stocks plunged again following the biggest decline in eight years. the dow closing down 588 points. good news though, dow futures are in the green. >> why does your future look better than china and european markets are rebounding in early trading? be maybe no one is coming to work today. >> a lot of it was automated, but a lot of people were down on the floor yesterday drinking the maalox out of the bottle. >> were they drinking the honest
tea. >> since they have honest in their title, they went to 27 different cities across america. they put up a tea stand and they put a little sign. the sign says take a bottle of tea but leave $1. they were trying to find out the most honest cities in america. >> atlanta, georgia, was 100% honest. indianapolis, 99%, philadelphia 97%, and houston, texas, honest. >> we shouldout, elisabeth's hometown is the most dishonest, honest tea. >> but according to this the
least honest city is providence, rhode island. it's sad. boston massachusetts, not honest, tampa, florida, miami, florida, minneapolis, minnesota, the least honest. they found bald people were among the least honest as well and people with brown hair was the most honest. >> only one city did people take out money out of the box, that happened in washington, d.c. >> it's a metaphor in washington, d.c. rather than steal the bottle of tea, they decided to help themselves. >> i had some tea over in the corner today. you know who was honest about it, was heather childers. >> i would have but i didn't. >> you are honest over there. we have some stories that we have been following you. speaking of honesty or a lack thereof, the fall-off from the ashley madison hack turning
deadly. police are saying three suicides might be linked to the data breach. one of the men said to have taken his life is san antonio police chief michael gorham. it's unclear if his death is a direct result of the hack. the cheating site is offering a $376 bounty to catch the hackers. big changes coming to the courts in ferguson, missouri, a new municipal judge threw out all arrest warrants in 2015. he found they had bias against african-americans. the judge changing conditions for pretrial release. a 10-year-old now safe with his family. this is remarkable. after going missing for more
than a day in the rugged mound tawns of utah. the emotional reunion with his family all caught on camera. malachi bradley was found alive and healthy almost 30 hours after he wandered off into the rugged terrain. he says that he hid among the rocks to protect himself from the overnight winds. $1 million mistake caught on camera as a boy stumbles right in front of a 350-year-old piece of art, couch. surveillance cameras catching a moment. the boy might get lucky, according to his reports, his family may not have to pay for that damage. and those are your headlines. poor thing. >> what about the fizzy drink?
you can have a fizzy drink there. >> but you can't make a fist into a painting. >> let's head outside to maria. >> we have showers across parts of the northeast today that we're tracking and coming up later this afternoon we could be looking at risk of strong, even severe storms across portions of new england. we're going to be keeping a close watch on that anywhere between new hampshire and parts of rhode island and connecticut. and for tomorrow, a new storm will come across portions of the rockies. i want to take you to the atlantic. we'll be tracking storms out here. we had tropical storm danny, but now we have the next system. it's tropical storm erica. we're going to have to watch this one very closely. it looks like it could remain relatively strong over the next few days and eventually by this week and early next week, it
could be moving over the bahamas and maybe bringing some impact into the u.s., many days still to go here on this track with erica. we'll keep you updated. we begin sports with tragedy. tragedy on the track. indy car driver justin wilson has passed away. he was 37 years old. he was hit right there in the head by debris from another car at the pocono motor raceway in pennsylvania. that happened on sunday. he was airlifted by helicopter to a hospital with serious injuries. he's the first driver to die since 2011. he's one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. peyton manning has no feeling in his fingertips. the two-time champ, five-time mvp, revealing after his neck surgeries in 2011, he lost all
feeling in his fingertips in his throwing hand. doctors say it could come back any time, any day, or not at all. he's also been told don't count on any feeling back. last year, he tore his thymusle and never healed. and this runner slowed down and her teammate passed her at the last second. she let the medal slip away from her fingers. elisabeth is upset, a swiss official says soccer in america is only for girls. >> i would challenge you to remark that you are more upset about it than i am. >> i'm not really sure that elisabeth is upset. i was messing with you. it's stunning that we beat
switzerland in soccer. >> the scoreboard says it all. tech savvy inmates have figured out a new way to smuggle drugs and weapons into prisons and you are not going to believe it. it's a little on the scary side. the segment we've been waiting for. the naked truth about getting a better night's sleep. just ditch your clothes. >> next. ♪ ♪
is anyone in government honest? two people are behind bars after trying to use a drone to drop off marijuana, tobacco, a handgun and more at a maryland prison. they were found on the side of the road by the facility. only 12% of americans sleep naked but apparently more of us should shed our pajamas and join the naked sleeping club. >> and there are doctor approved reasons why we should do so. >> doctor, put the science behind the statement sleep nude. >> there are a couple of things that are really helpful for sleeping naked. your overall sleep quality. your core body temperature and that helps your body temperature
to drop. it can ignite your metabolism. it may stimulate brown fat. it eats up the calories instead of store calories. >> and going along with that idea, skin-to-skin touching helps reduce that, because it helps reduce over all level of court i sol. >> you want it high or low. >> you want as low as you possibly can get it. skin-to-skin touching can release oxytoyin. the other thing is mel atonen, it helps with balance and production. it's good for your skin. you have more oxygen, because if you have areas with acne or rashes, getting that oxygen helps with the healing process. >> you made a compelling case why everybody should sleep
naked. yet, 12% of americans do. >> i think more people sleep naked after they had had sex. maybe it's a good idea to consider sleeping naked. >> it's a healthy thing to do. >> i would say it's sleep-doctor approved. >> would you bring that up in a general conversation when you first somebody? >> generally not on a first date. but maybe after you are married. >> what happened napping naked? is that too big of a leap? >> it depends on where you are napping. >> it also presents a problem if you have children because, you know -- >> you have to answer questions. >> or if you are like me, a sleep walker and it's like -- >> and that -- actually that can be a big issue because i do have patients that are sleep walkers and we have to make sure they
are well clothed. >> do you sleep naked? >> i don't really tell people a whole lot how i sleep. >> if it's so good for you, i figured the sleep doctor must do that. >> i do all the thing i can do to make myself better sleep. >> that sounds like yes. >> it's a real pleasure. >> if you want to learn more, check out my blog on psychology today or the fox and friends website. we'll have a link with more information. coming up on tuesday, a call to arms, a police chief in a major city, telling residents to get out there and get yourself a gun. arm yourselves. he joins us and tells us why. >> plus those back-to-school shopping lists can be daunting. what can you buy now and what can you buy later when the lines are down? we'll have the answers next. ♪ ♪
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man: school ends, but free lunches for your kids don't have to. find your local feeding america food bank for help. you see a that apple. you know what it means. back to school time. that means back to school shopping time. parents are expected to spend $650 per child to get them ready for school this year. wow. grab that shopping list. we're going to tell you what to buy now and what to wait on to save a few dollars. consumer money expert is here to break it down in the nick of time. you have tips for us. >> i do. >> when it comes to clothing for back to school clothes shopping, it is a exactly. kids grow out of coclothes quickly. right now is a great time to
stock up on summer clothing. there's huge clearance events. if you go to an outlet center, looking at saving more on brand name clothing. shop over labor day and save with coupons with the app to keep it cheap. he can layer in the winter to stay warm. i say wait on fall clothing, coats, boots. if you can't wait, go online to save on used children's clothing. >> that's great. >> contactually. sell your kid's old clothes from last year to get money to buy new. >> when it comes to supplies, some put out a list. you feel anxious to get the supplies now. >> take inventory of your home. make a shopping list. go to office suppliers like
office depot, staples. they have penny deals. one cent folders, 25 cent notebooks and crayons. get huge crayon bucket under $12. lots of great deals. compare circulars with your mobile phone using the retail app. see who's offering what to save the most money. >> you can go in with a couple friends if you have moms and wanted to buy in bulk. >> huge stacks of construction paper, bulk supplies for cheap. i say hold off on textbooks. college students heading to school, wait until you actually go to class. the professor may let you know you don't need the whole textbook. you can download course materials online or rent them to save money. >> chegg.com. >> exactly.
you're looking to save 60% or more. >> i feel like a bad mom. i said you're not getting a new backpack because your old one is just fine. >> that's a smart tip. that's what i recommend. go for a good quality backpack. spend more. go gentlemener inneric for pay . don't get the cartoon character. you mentioned earlier, you can add details to it. >> we'll go to michaels, get patches to put on it and personalize it. >> lunchboxes, buy now or late senator. >> buy now with backpacks. don't spend a lot of money on those items. >> these are big ticket items. >> exactly. if your kid needs to replace the desk top or laptop, you might want to hold off until black friday or cyber monday. that's when you get the best deals. look for sales at staples.
they have $50 off tablets and chrome books. >> saw that the other day. >> buy refurbished. go to overstock.com. you can find refurbished tablets and laptops. that ipad 2, i found for $200. >> when refurbished, do you get the warranties is this. >> if you go to best buy, verizon, you'll get the warranty. use a credit card and get the extra layer of protection. >> incredible information. thank you. see you next time. check out this sign. freshman daughter drop off. one fraternity under fire for banners hanging outside the frat
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checkered flag. is this sport really safe? americans watching in near fear as 401k gets smaller and smaller and smaller. will pit go back up today? a small sign of hope. >> i'm going to forget my pass word. >> good idea. check out this sign. look at that in the middle, freshman daughter dropoff. fraternity under fire for college welcome banners. we'll tell you where that is and what happened next. it hit the fan. tuesdays are better with friends. ♪ ♪ looks like a regular bus until you go inside. look at that. >> bike bus steve. this is happening in boston.
we have it outside our plaza. the co-owners of bike bus here. you can bike on your way to work while you move on the bus. you hop off to your place of employment. >> is it spinning or biking? >> a little of both. >> do you wind up at work sweaty? >> wind up at your destination. pop out and towel off. >> the wheels on the bus go round and rounds. that bus has a lot of wheels. >> we'll take a look at what goes on and bike back into the building with you. first, the look at the fox news alert. a shock in the race this morning. indy car driver justin wilson died after being hit in the head with debris after the crash. his death raising concerns about the safety of the sport. >> ainsley joins us with the latest. >> hi. yes, race car drivers love what they do, understand the risks
involved with the sport. the latest tragic raises questions about what can be done to increase safety on the tracks. justin wilson was hit by debris from another car hah flew off over the weekend. his car veer into the wall. he had to be airlifted to the hospital by helicopter and died last night. this morning the racing community is of course in mourning. >> we just want to offer sincere condolences to justin's family. obviously justin was a great professional driver and extremely good at his craft. beyond that, he was a great guy. >> his death is now raising the debate about the safety of the open cars. in 2011, indy car driver weldon was killed when his head struck a post after his car went air born. in 2009 henry died after being
struck in the head by a wheel from another car. after weldon's death and being injured himself, wilson said in an interview he and other drivers were always trying to make racing safer but added, quote, it's a car race. we're racing hard and fast. when it goes wrong, it can get messy. pretty chilling. back to you. >> it is. thank you very much. >> two little girls at home. >> he grew up in england learning on go carts. he grew up with don weldon the guy who hit his head on the fence two years ago. >> his brother was on twitter. he said i often told him i want to grow up and be half the man he is. that would make me a pretty good man. >> tragedy. three minutes after the hour. breaking news about the american heros in france.
>> the first time we hear about him. another american hero emerges in the train take do you think in france. we know professor mark mooglian was shot in the neck after being the first person to confront the gunman. that is when the three other americans jumped in to restrain the attacker. this morning spencer stone is nominated for air force highest non combat honor for his kaxes. >> what the man didn't expect was confrontation with our very own captain america. that's what stone's friends nicknamed him during air force training. had it not been for this quartet, i'm sure we would be sitting here discussing a blood bath. >> the city of sacramento is planning a parade to honor those friends. a louisiana state trooper shot in the face has died.
stephen vincent was attacked trying to help a suspected impaired driver on the side of the road. vincent was a 13 year veteran of the force. dagle will face attempted murder charges. the trooper may not have been his only victim. dagle's roommate was found dead in their home. he is suspected in the case. francisco sanchez' two day hearing will determine if there's enough evidence to try him on murder. he pled not guilty to a gun charge. he does not deny shooting her, but his lawyer says it was accidental. he was deported five times. back to you. >> heather, thank you very much. so much to go over including what's on your mind, your money. a fox business alert. everyone called in sick. only kidding.
they don't open yet. chinese stocks plunge again over night. that may not affect us. >> that's right. good morning to you. >> good morning elisabeth. usually federal officials refuse to comment on day-to-day market developments. yesterday was quite the day. falling 1,000 points in the first five minutes. down more in past three trades days than ever. the white house is reassuring investors. >> what i would encourage people to evaluate is the ongoing strength and resilience of the u.s. economy. >> the republicans are blaming the white house for this market instability. >> lots and lots of money from the chinese. remember when the chinese hold this much of our debt, if the chinese get a cough, we get the
flu. >> this president seems to think if we just put more regulations, raise taxes, and make it harder for businesses to succeed, maybe the economy will get better. >> the white house says the economy is far more stable than when president obama took over during the economic free fall of 2009. as for markets this morning, there's indications for a stronger opening following historic losses. back to you. >> thank you very much. that's right. looks like now the dow futures are pointing up. there could be bargain hunters looking at cheap stocks to buy this morning. >> one of the main issues for donald trump including the national polls is immigration. build the wall and throw illegals out including illegal who is have children born here. we wants them all out. it's going to cost a lot of money. it's going to break up a lot of families there. could be dramatic situations
like the one with gonzalez and his family being toossed out. are with going to spend that kind of money? those are the differences between jeb bush and donald trump. >> i watched the program yesterday at home with the kids. jeb bush happened to say this is n not practical and going to cost a lot of money. >> mr. trump's plans would cost hundreds of billions dollars, not realistic, won't be implemented. we need border security to get this country back on track. i'm not going to get into issues of what he said and i said. the fact is his proposal is unrealistic, would cost hundreds of billions of dollars, would violate people's civil liberties, create friction with our third largest trading parter in that's not necessary. i think he's wrong about this. >> there you've got the guy
number two in a lot of polls responding to guy who is number one in a lot of polls. what he said on our show yesterday. he joined bill o'reilly last night. here he is responding to jeb who is responding to trump on our show. >> he talks about civil libber t -- civil liberties. all you have to do is look at the crime wave. as far as mexico being largest -- they're making a fortune. we're not making anything. mexico is making a fortune because leaders are smarter. our people are grossly incompetent. nabisco is moving to mexico. ford is building a plant in mexico. they took a plant from tennessee and it's going to mexico. >> american companies are moving to mexico, making economic choices. there's got to be incentives to
keep them here. in the big picture yesterday, i think we have a situation that is solvable. take two years, seal the border consider whether sealed or not and address the illegals here. >> who do you think is right, donald trump or jeb bush? >> trump started tweeting against megyn kelly yesterday. you should not go after her. that actually bothers me personally. we're all friends with donald trump, but he's out of bounds reigniting that fight. i don't know if he expects rating or poll numbers. he's not going to be successful. >> he's not holding back. who's not holding back are people that saw something that struck them to be wrong at old dominion university. a fraternity off campus -- it was move-in day. they hung these signs. one said rowdy and fun. hope your baby girl is ready for a good time.
another in the middle freshman daughter drop off. and a third one go ahead and drop off mom too. >> the news this morning is that sigma mu have been suspend ed. >> the president of the school was horrified, a bunch of alumni horrified. they've got explaining to do. initially the report was members did not have anything to do with the sign. they started the investigation and realized maybe they did. we don't know the facts behind it. the average person might guess this is what happens when you combine bad judgment and maybe beer. >> i say give these guys ten minutes with the dads dropping off daughters and they'll say sorry within ten minutes. >> what do you think about what they did? e-mail us. tweet us or facebook us. >> you know what, if you're a
dad and worry about dropping your daughter off like almost any dad would be and see those signs. would you leave her in the car and turn around? >> most wanted the banners taken down immediately and were thinking about pulling daughters out of the school. the school is moving quickly after hearing that. >> of course if you were dropping your daughter off for college and she doesn't make the right decision about staying away from that house, you have not done your job. >> let us know what you would say to them. >> darn right. a call to a police chief in one major city telling residents to get themselves a gun. he's here next. wanted to be a good coworker? avoid doing things like this. >> do you perhaps seeing a note on top of it? >> there may have been a joke of
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the chief of police in detroit, michigan james craig says that legal gun ownership can help deter crime. seems the stats are proving the chief right n. 2014 the police department issued over 1100 handgun permits while 8100 guns were registered. as the gun registration grow, homicide, shootings, robberies, all going down. coincidence or something else? chief craig joins us live from detroit. chief, why did you feel you should go out and tell people in detroit they should pack heat? >> well, you know, it was based on a number of things. i had a lot of experience in other cities certainly. my time in maine was a pivotal part of me taking another look at effect of what good americans who are armed can have on
reducing violence. the state of maine has a model t way life should be. when i arrived in detroit in 2013. we had detroit 2012, a lot of homicides. 2300 permits issued in 2012. detroit was fed up. it was during that time they had little confidence in the police department. when i arrived a year later, certainly the men and women in the police department started working real hard. the community spoke out and said we've had enough. >> that's right. >> the permits. folks said when i'm faced with imminent threat to my life, i'm going to respond. criminals knew that. >> speaking to criminals knew that, tell us results of a survey they spoke to 1800 felons. number one thing felons were afraid of was can -- >> armed citizens. >> of course. >> this was a research
conducted. they said 57%, over half of those they interviewed, felons, said they were most fearful of armed citizen than they were of police. >> absolutely. >> so that's based on research. when we look at stats this year, while citizen shootings are down, over half. also, we're a safer city. over all crime is down 12% this year. >> chief, ultimately detroit is opposite of a gun-free zone. you don't know if the person you're about to rob is carrying pay gun legally. >> you don't know. i reported out right after -- what i found strange once appointed chief in detroit, the number of criminals checking to see whether or not a victim was armed. in fact, some criminals were
wearing body armor. i found that different happen places i worked. criminals knew or suspected they were going to be confronting someone who was armed. after a few shooting incidents, certainly home invasions. we're sitting on 17% reduction in home invasions year to date. >> that's unbelievable. >> last year was 38%. not to take away from the great work police officers are doing. they're doing tremendous work. detroit said we've had enough. when faced with imminent threat, we will respond. >> that's clear from the stats. thank you for joining us from detroit. you've got your hands full. sounds like you're doing a great job. >> thank you. apprecia appreciate it. >> what do you think about that? e-mail us. she named all presidents in
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super exciting for sure. >> you captured the imagination and notice of judges because you have a technique that you learned this seventh grade to recite all presidents via song. >> yes. >> would you like to do it live? >> i can do it live. >> clap along with me to get the beat going. ready? ♪ >> i can't wait to teach my kids that. what inspired you to do that right then? who taught you? >> seventh grade history teacher. he would bring a guitar to school and teach us. >> what's his name? >> coach martin. >> frank martin?
>> yes. >> he's on the phone now. >> no way. oh my gosh. >> mr. martin, are you on the phone? >> caller: how are you? >> oh my gosh. i'm great. how are you? >> i'm very excited. >> tell me, did you ever think you were teaching miss teen u.s.a.? >> i knew it all along. first time i saw it, i knew it. >> what do you have to say to your coach? >> thank you for teaching me that coach martin. >> where did you come up with the song? >> one of my colleagues told me about the song. i added guitar to it. >> we're covering politics. mr. martin, what's the next name to be added? we're trying to figure out who's going to win 2016. >> i'm thinking another clinton.
>> trump is an exclamation point. >> mr. martin, thank you for joining us on the phone. >> that was fun. >> that was great what you did. >> such is a surprise. wow. >> how you going to spend the year? >> i'm passionate working with special needs children. over this past year i got to work with special iss louisiana passenggeant and othe organizations. i'm excited work with that. i can't wait for opportunities going to come my way. >> you said maybe medical school in your future. >> of course. i would love to go. >> you're only 15. a lot of life ahead of you. >> thank you. >> what an honor. >> thank you. >> very nice. now this coming up. one city's plan to cut down on violence, a gun attack. wait until you hear who is firing back on that. don't have time to hit the gym? why don't you take a ride on the
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>> so much pressure on teachers to provide exercise for kids. gym has become so much more important. >> have you done the whip yet? the nay nay? >> the nay nay has a whip? >> i had to idea. >> i'm usually against weapons when i exercise. >> you know, whip, watch me nay nay. >> we're going to whip across the studio. heather has headlines. there's a desperate search underway for a south carolina teen that vanished before the first day of school. marley was last seen august 20th after breakfast at a myrtle beach chick-fil-a. before she disappeared she texted friends about someone polling her. her car is missing. 2002 ford escape. she's 5'8", 100 pounds with
light brown hair and hazel eyes. at this point police do not suspect foul play. the pilot that died crashing onto train tracks was sent to a runway that did not exist. a air traffic controller told joseph he could land at a closed airport. that airport closed 25 years ago. an industrial building stands where that runway used to be. he was killed and the passenger was hurt. now in the cross hairs of nra in seattle. the nra and gun rights groups say the city is breaking state law saying they do not have the authority to create own gun regulations. suit coming after the city council approved a gun violence tax earlier this month providing to programs and research.
former mayor rudy giuliani cleaned up the city once and doing it again on his own. he revealed he filed a complaint act a homeless man camped out on his street saying he saw the man using the bathroom outside. officers told him they knew about it but another homeowner gave him permission to sleep there. when he returned the man was gone and he has not been back since. >> good morning maria. >> good morning heather. we're tracking storms across different areas in the nation. one of those in is in the east. there's a potential some storms could produce isolated severe weather or could be strong especially in places like new hampshire, vermont, rhode island and connecticut. that could be a concern today. another storm system exited tomorrow and could bring risk of severe storms across the plains. i want to take you to tropics.
we have our new storm erika. maximum sustained winds 40 miles per hour. we'll get an update at 8:00 a.m. eastern time. we'll bring the late toast yst . this time around the storm system could potentially hold together. danny a few days ago, just fell apart yesterday. this has a better environment to work with. we'll watch carefully over next couple days. could be in the bahamas this weekend and early next week. let's head to the bike bus ask and cycle on over. >> oh my goodness. this is one of the coolest things i've seen in time to get up and get moving. a new company called bike bus is making the most out of your morning commute. it comes from one stop in boston to another giving riders a way to work and workout on their way. brian, hop on a bike here.
this came at a time that was tough for you. the idea came because you were laid off. you decided to put bikes on a bus. why? >> it's a great way to multitask. you're trying to get to work and stuck commuting. >> this is a dream come true. i thought if i could get on a plane or bus and this could happen, i'd fly that every time. >> that is a suggestion. >> what kind of people jump on the bus? y'all are going to work? >> we are going to work and also taking people back home. we're going to companies for wellness rides. we can come to your parking lot, your front door basically and take people in and give them a fitness journey like they've never had before. >> you can sit six to eight bikes in here? >> eight with one instructor in
the front. >> they hop on, then you bring them into the city. this just happened in april. how's it been going? >> really well. private party rides are popular. we take people over the beautiful bridge in boston. people are loving it. they're like again, again. let's ride the bridge again. >> it's cool and great way to see the city. >> and and they're burning calories. >> you saw too many sitting around? >> combination of things. i was in transportation before. we put ideas, inspiration from family and friends. it all came together. >> you're qualified instructors? >> we're both qualified. >> the commute terrible, traffic awful, and the nice workout turns into drudgery. it never ends, right? >> we have ways around it.
we don't have to follow a regular route. we avoid traffic if it is getting beyond the 40 to 45 minute limit. we have ways of avoiding traffic. >> great idea. >> www.bikebus.com. >> thanks. >> thank you. >> fantastic idea. ever feel like a coworker got a promotion you should have gotten? >> stupid boat with a stupid hat. others are in a news studio sucking up all the glory. >> whatever you do, don't do that. the advice for the office you need to avoid coming up. one of trump's foes has been senator lindsey graham. has trump been right all along?
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concerns of growing threat of extremism at home. how do we respond to that threat? you were in the military senator graham. you know how to respond. the average american has to be ready. >> they're ever where. they're going to stay everywhere. obama's air campaign will not destroy isil. you'll have more paris type attacks. there's another 9/11 coming our way and will be launched from syria. >> people listening say lindsey graham wants another ground war in the middle east. >> i want to destroy isil. you can't do it without a ground war. tell me how to destroy without going in on the ground can and destroy with force. you can't. the fbi director, director of national security said our homeland is threatened by a isil
in iraq and syria. they're coming to the homeland. >> all the bells and whistles even though they're cybering us. >> china manipulates the currency. we do nothing about it. we're appeasing china. they're building over resource rich waters claimed by neighbors. america is doing nothing about it. we have hands off approach to china. they basically financed our debt. obama has been weak on china and russia because he wanted them o the deal with iran. >> do you think trump has been right, they're taking our manufacturi manufacturing. >> they have state run industries. they manipulate currency to
cheat us out of job market share. what you see in china is a poorly run dictatorship on the verge of collapse. >> the hottest issue in the country is illegal immigration. donald trump said we'll build a wall and throw out all illegals. is him, jeb or you right? >> the plan is stupid, illegal. i'm not that good a lawyer but if you go in and try american children born here, citizens, and deport them because their parents are illegal, you'll get creamed in court. donald trump has a 65% disapproval rating in hispanic community as of yesterday. most illegal immigrants are not drug dealers or rapists. his solution is flawed, not
practical. when the chairman says he's a net positive for our party. that's dumb too. >> to define what you said. the poll has positives and negatives. he's minus 65 for hispanic community. you're plus one. >> minus one. >> you have jeb bush plus 11%. >> it hasn't bled to the rest of us. if this keeps going on, in 2012 we lost share with hispanics because of self-deportation. trump's plan forced deportation. his foreign policy is worse than immigration solution. he's imposing go to iraq and syria, take the oil from iraqis and syrians and pay our wounded warriors with it. we're here to take your oil for our benefit. it will inflame the mideast, turn everyone against us. he's not worthy of being commander-in-chief. this is an insanely dangerous
approach destroying isil. it will destroy us. >> 25% of people are frustrated. i get it. 25% of our party want to send them all back knowing you can't. you're not going to deport 11 million people and and not going to deport their legal children. >> real quick. president is single digits away from having enough votes to get this iranian deal through. you think that's a problem in light of missiles they just unveiled. >> you're gthis is an insanely . the deal is a joke. they inspect themselves. i'm going to cut up money congress gives iaea $88 million until i see that. this is a dangerous deal.
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you said i could buy a desk. >> now get it out. >> no. >> yes. > >> no. i can do this all day long. >> coworkers today fight over a whole lot more than just promotions. in fact, over half are over cleanliness and temperatures. what battles should we definitely avoid in the office? cheryl is here to break it down. we saw one over cleanliness and temperature. >> that's the biggest fight coworkers have. three in five coworkers surveyed in this country said they thought about con fronting a coworker about the temperature. >> my lineal -- millennial want
it cleaner? >> we fight over things we shouldn't. when a coworker gets promoted over you. here's an example. >> first off, let me add congratulations to evan back stabber. some people are drenched, freezing to death on a stupid boat with a stupid hat while others are in a comfy new studio soaking up all the glory. >> not a good idea. >> somebody gets promoted, yea you. move on. >> don't mess with the lunch. don't fight about it. >> nobody likes a thief. look. >> the sandwich in the fridge. >> you know what, i'm sorry, i believe i ate that. >> do you perhaps remember seeing a note on top of it? >> there may have been a joke or
something. >> it said it was my sandwich. >> well, i mean look, this is appropriate to say something. it's true. someone is actually stealing from you. stealing is not a good thing to do in the office. yes, this is okay to confront. i wouldn't handle like ross did on "friends." believe it or not, people get angry in the office about the equipment. look at this. >> what does [ bleep ] that mean? >> i swear to god one of these days i'm going to [ bleep ] out the window. >> you and me both. >> don't take it too far. printers break, fax machines don't work. you have got to control your temper. this is a professional environment. people do get very angry about
these things. it affects their lives, blood pressure, and their lives. >> take cautious. thanks so much. >> you bet. american heroes honored for aborting a terror attack on a train. does this mean it is in your hands, american people? laura is here with the reaction. and the honest city revealed. wait until you hear what happened on the nation's capital that didn't happen anywhere else. next. ♪ ♪ for over 30 years, in study after study, advil is unsurpassed in pain relief. nothing is proven stronger on aches and pains than advil. not tylenol. not aleve. nothing. relief doesn't get any better than this. advil. but grandmcause we uses we don't charmin ultra soft.clean. charmin ultra soft gets you clean without
i needed work done around my house at a fair price.f sure can. so i could get a faulty light switch fixed? yup! or make a backyard pizza oven? oh yeah. i can almost taste it now. tastes like victory. and pepperoni... good morning. it is tuesday, august 25th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. a fox news alert now. tragedy on the track. indy car driver justin wilson died from injuries after being hit from debris in a crash.
this morning, critics waiving the checkered flag on safety. throwing a party for the chinese president. donald trump thinks if he were president, he'd have a better idea. >> i would not be throwing him a party. i've got a better idea. i'd get him a mcdonald's hamburger and say let's get down to work. >> laura is in to weigh in coming up. hurricanes are become more frequent, tundra is melting, ticks are killing moose. >> wake the children. let them sleep. scientists are pretty sure he
just made that up. wouldn't be the first time. mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ well it's kind of a slow day starting in new york city as we look up sixth avenue toward central park. going to be nice temperature wise. hope you have a great day wherever you are. great day in studio e. elisabeth hasselbeck has decided to come back to work. >> i sure did. hello to you all. hey to kids at home. thank you for joining us this morning. love having you here with our family. now turning to heather. you have breaking news for us. >> we have news we're following. fox news alert and tragedy on the tracks. driver justin wilson dies after being hit many the he-- hit in
head by debris sunday. indy cars have open cockpits that exposes driver's helmets making them more susceptible to head injuries. the louisiana state trooper shot in the face during a traffic stop has died. senior trooper vincent was attacked trying to help an impaired driver on the side of the road. he was a 13 year veteran on the force. dagle faces charges. the trooper may not been his only victim. his roommate was found dead in his room. the illegal immigrant accused of killing kate steinle will be in trial. he's already pled not guilty to
a gun charge. he doesn't deny shooting her though his lawyer says it was accidental. sanchez was deported five times. an urgent warning from senator harry reid. listen. >> change impacts everybody. hurricanes are become more frequent, tundra is melting. ticks are killing moose. about 30% of moose are gone, dead. >> yep, you heard it there. despite being told in the past that global warming has no effect on bear populations, he made that claim a third time. >> about 30% of moose are gone. dead. warm weather is preventing in some places bears from hibern e hibernati hibernating. >> bears can't sleep, moose attacked by ticks. scientists have gone on record to say reid is wrong and there's
no doubt to support his fear mongering. >> that is wild. bears are tired and moose are tick ted off. >> for bears we could start whispering and let them sleep. maybe we're waking them because we're talking too loud. >> reid is going out with a bang. >> he's something. laura ingram joins us live. founder in chief and fox news contributor. laura, yesterday everything was about the stock market. today indications are it's going to open way up. donald trump was on this program yesterday talking about one of coupled, buting factors was the our economies. he was on our program. last night he went on with bill o'reilly. bill asked him about the president of china going to come to washington d.c. the president is going to throw
him a steak dinner. what would donald trump do? here's his answer. >> this is the greatest theft in history of america. we have rebuilt china. it's gotten to the point they've devalued currency to take more from us. i would not throw him a dinner. # i'd get a mcdonald's hamburger and say we've got to get down to work. trouble a double size big mac. what do you think? >> here's what happened since china became a member of the world health organization 20 years ago. we had president clinton and george w. bush excited about that. they believed it was going to be good for american manufactures and american exporters. in fact, what's happened is we have the largest trade deficit with china of any countries in the world. last we're $315 billion. that means our exports versus
their exports, the balance is way off. people on fox business this morning were talking about well we can't be protectionists toward china. i want to remind last time u.s. took a stance against china's cheating on trade deals with george w bush i believe in 2003 when he slapped tariffs on cheap imported steel in the united states. 2004 was the last time bush or any republican won the state of ohio. we have to have a clear view on what trade is supposed to do for america. is it benefit of handful of organizations that do well with the current deal with china we have or the benefit of american families? beyond getting cheap stuff at wall mart. as we saw yesterday, there's a price to be paid for linkage we have with china.
to that extent, trump is onto something regarding trade deals. >> the cyber hacking and the fact half of or air force is mirrored and replicated with china. it's hard to throw a steak dinner for people stealing your stuff. >> i worked for reagan. i remember in '87 the big steak dinner visit. that was historic. remember we were rewarding russians because they were moving toward more economic freedom in the country. that's why we awarded him with a steak dinner. reagan took a different approach toward trade. he saved harley davidson. all these free tradists think he should have let harley do down the tube? i don't think so. we have to be prudent with how
we trade with other countries. the big secret trade deal they're negotiateing now, we better understand china expecting to become a member. i think we're in for more deficit. the dad of one of the americans, the hero marine that took down the terrorist, says we have a problem. we're talking about the train ride in france. this dad says we have to be so politically correct with terror. >> yeah. >> pretty much what he said. >> i have his quote. he said it's better than die like a lion than be slaughtered like a sheep. he said the crowd needs to recognize terrorism for what it is. is this the new terror face, civilian dressed american to step up when someone with an
ak-47 tries to blow up a train? >> this is a reset moment for us. we see courage and action. we remember when caitlyn jenn per got the award at espy awards. thank goodness jenner has the courage. we throw the word courage around casually in the american society. when we have three men that put themselves second and everybody else's lives first and do what americans tradition ally do, stp up, defend and protect innocent. we cheer and glad we have men and women in uniform for us. i think the father is onto something. "the new york times" hours after this event, "the new york times" was falling all over itself to remind no one should make grand conclusions this is jihad or crazy lone wolf. no one wants to connect the dots
to radicalism around the globe. so i think the dad is onto something. getting back to trump. despite all bluster, when people hear the politically correct attacks he lays out, they cheer. people are tired of it. it's getting ridiculous. everybody is offended by everything someone says. >> laura, we're worse than europe. they're cracking down, beefing up surveillance and anti-terror activities. we're pulling back. >> not only are we pulling back brian, but we've brought in hundreds of thousands of people from these hot 1309s, dangerous islamic countries through legal immigration. now we're bringing ref j ining o the united states. i don't know how many are vetted, if idaho wants to be the
recipient of these people. we have to have approach to immigration, trade, national security. we have to drop the political correctness and look at best interest of the american people. those men knew it. we're onto this. when europe is tough eveer, youw we have a problem. >> her radio show starts across the country in 50 minutes. have a great day. >> see you laterer. 11 minutes after the hour. the moment many feared. three suicides possibly linked to ashley madison hack. could the cheating website be legally responsible for their deaths? we showed you the frat house sign for the school's first day. freshman daughter drop off there
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reputations shattered. there are new reports suicides, a number of them, could be linked to the hack. one of them perhaps a texas police chief. ashley madden -- ashley madison, the website, is offering information leading to who hacked them. >> a lot of responsibility and liability to go around. it begins with five or six lawsuits in the united states and canada against this outfit steve. they're saying listen, you didn't protect my e-mail, credit card, identity. i'm a part of the class action, and i want money damages up to 5 million against you for what you did to me, my family, my spouse. >> so you're telling me that the cheaters are now going forward with this class action lawsuit because their reputations have been damaged?
>> yes. probably all or many class actions play be the least sympathetic class of plaintiffs we heard of. you say you went on an internet site with 30 million other people and somehow believed your identity would be held secret even though you gave identifiable information as to who and what we were. now we have two or three suicides, hate crimes, reports of extortion. we have reports all unconfirmed of divorce at this point. obviously there's going to be divorces and suicides, extortion. this is what happens. a lot of people are saying why aren't the real people held accountable, those folks who leaked the addresses, who leaked this information. so now the ashley madison folks are putting up $500,000 canadian
dollars to find out who they are and seek criminal negligence against them. >> this was leaked out on what was referred to as the dark web. the dark pools where it's completely unregulated. >> yep. >> you were talking to me before we get start had the so far people that go after the people on these dark webs, there's not a great track record. >> this is a long process. fbi locked up a lot of people. often it can take years to track them down and figure out who they are. the fbi i'm sure is involved at this point. i'm sure the canadian police are locked up at this point. there's a lot of interested lawyers trying to profit off this kind of pain and bring
compensation to folks. >> it seems everyday more famous names are out there. >> some are real, some are not. have to verify the e-mail addresses. >> thank you very much. >> good to see you. did louis lerner take a page out of hillary clinton's playbook? what we found out about her e-mail address. their break-up was tweeted out for the world to see. is cyber bullying a fair game? a debate coming up. ♪ sometimes the present looked bright. sometimes romantic. there were tears in my eyes. and tears in my eyes. and so many little things that we learned were really the biggest things. through it all, we saved and had a retirement plan. and someone who listened and helped us along the way. because we always knew that someday the future would be the present.
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it just goter. the irs showing she used an e-mail under another name to conduct business. accused burglar now behind bars after taunt a-- taunting police on social media. >> logan hail, you're on your way to jail. your attempts to hide were to no vail. maybe you'll make bail. >> the man was arrested for several charges including armed robbery. now to more conflict. is the break up heard around the world. one twitter user sitting on a delayed flight out of raleigh, north carolina. here's the little bit of the dialogue the world saw. kelly tweeted this.
this guy on the plane just broke up with his girlfriend and she's sobbing. the guy says i can't stand you. i can't be near you. i would switch seats if i could. the girl, it's just so seen. do i deserve this? the guy, is this fair to share a stranger's story? this is really me. is it fair to share a story like this? welcome to both of you. why is it okay to do this? >> i'm saying it's not okay. i think it's mean. i think regina george from mean girls would approve. this is kicking someone when they're down. this is tweeting when someone's dog dies or a little old lady is falls when crossing the street. she's not funny. you punch up.
don't punch down and kick someone when they're down. >> if you don't want your fight chronicled, don't fight in public. >> don't be surprised if you get embarrassed in public. they're fighting in front of a plane full of people, 100 or whatever. do it anonymous. >> she put their pictures. that to me might have crossed the line in terms of slander or cyber bullying. i see this as cyber bullying. >> they didn't know it was the flight was did done and they got off the flight. >> isn't there something you shouldn't do. you're out in the public. >> there's a reasonable expectation of privacy. in that case, legally that would fail this test. in cyber bullying, there's case law that says this woman was committing cyber bullying. the girl getting broken up with
was the victim in this. this cyber terrorist was siding with the guy breaking up with her. >> is there cyber bullying? >> the people are looking out the window. you can't tell who they are. >> you could identify them for sure. >> magazines have the, who wore it wrong? that's worse than this picture. >> also, if one breaks up with the other and publishes private pictures, that's also an issue. this is a third person listening in. ufz to know on a plane people are listening because you're so list tight, especially in coach. >> let's hope it doesn't happen to any of us. four minutes before the bottom of the hour. coming up, watch this traffic stop go viral.
>> numerous studies show dogs aren't capable of tefeeling gui. those sad looks are probably reactions owner's anger instead. >> last week we had on grumpy cat. probably not grumpy, probably just born that way. >> i don't believe that. i believe dogs know shame or regret. >> i thought the same thing. they feel bad about chewing up your favorite shoes. >> we should do a study to show that study is wrong. we have no science behind it. it's a gut feeling. >> right. let's take you to virginia, old dominion university. those are signs folks saw when dropping kids off. hope your baby girl is ready for a good time. freshman daughter drop-off. go ahead and drop off mom too.
the fraternity is suspended and has a lot of explaining to do. >> the president of the university is outraged and says it will be reviewed immediately. >> find out who did it, find out who doesn't have sheets on their bed. >> i say bring in dads and those will be apologizing quickly. >> mark on twitter said funny. >> and alan on twitter said jokes are based on truths. great opportunity to talk with your daughter about with what happens on college campus. >> teachable moment honey. >> and colleen says on twitter, my freshman daughter attends odu
now. if this mama bear drops in, the frat boys won't have fun. >> she says she's going to straighten them boys out. >> you hope instilled the kinds of values and judgments so that they can look at a sign like that and decide what to do. >> a lot of parents said they were thinking of pulling their daughters out of the school because of those signs. the university is responding now. >> i saw other comments that people thought it it was real funny. it had to be a joke. >> i don't think it's funny. do you think it's funny? >> the mom drop off part. >> if they just put that there, maybe the moms would have thought it was a compliment. with the others, not so funny. 27 minutes before the top of the hour, heather childers joins us with headline duty. >> i sure do.
good morning to everyone. a lion has attacked and killed a guide in zimbabwe. none of the tourists were hurt. last month the american dentist was met with world wide outrage for killing cecil the lion this that same wildlife park. on the highway, police try to stop a woman in utah waeavin in and out of traffic. look at this dash cam video. it shows the moment the officers stopped the driver by crashing into her car. >> she's upside down. >> things didn't end there. a woman tries to carjack other drivers before she's finally arrested. she was on parol and accused of driving under the influence. it's a viral video that has
a police commission eer disgust. a cop appears to shake down two men after he pulled them over. >> support your police department. ten bucks each man. buy these, or i take your car. it's not registered. >> yeah, that is officer matthew flashing tickets to a fund-raiser that supports families of fallen i officers and firefighters. he is assigned now to desk duty. a 10-year-old is found. the emotional union caught on camera. bradley was found alive and healthy 30 hours after he wandered off into the rugged terrain. he says he hid among the rocks to protect himself from the
overnight winds. smart and lucky there. there's a look at headlines. brian, you have sports. he may be the greatest quarterback of all time. he may not be able to feel his fingerti fingertips. he's that good and can't feel the ball. he says is because of neck surgeries, he lost the use of fingertips in his throwing hand. doctors said is it could come back any day. pretty amazing. let's move on to next story. chris carter appearing on espn to apologize for telling rookies they need a fall guy if they get in legal trouble. >> it was bad advice. i regret words when i heard them, came back to me. hope i learn from it. hope it makes me better. hope any reaction in the next
situation is better than. that. >> comments made at 2014 rookie camp just surfaced. carter hopes to continue working with young players in the nfl. he's always been great to us. coming up, from 9:00 to noon, on local stations you'll see the name elisabeth hasselbeck joining us. is that how you say the name? >> that is true. >> and lindsey graham. that's right. tracking several areas of unsettled weather across the nation. one of those we'll start in the northeast. we have a storm system we're tracking moving east ward across parts of northeast. we have that threat for strong to potentiallyevere storms. we'll keep a close watch on that. we head to tropics, tropical storm erika sustained winds 45 miles per hour. the forecast continues to move westward, moving quickly now at
20 miles per hour. it has dry air to deal with in the atlantics. we'll keep a close eye on it. the national hurricane center track showing it category 1 hurricane this weekend across parts of the bahamas. still many days to go before the storm does that. we'll get hurricane hunters today. tomorrow we should have a better idea of what the system will do over the next few days. back inside. >> with an eye on florida and caribbean. thanks. >> is florida listed as an honest city? >> an honesty test really. honesty brand went to 20 cities and found out which is the most honest. you take tea and put a dollar in the box.
that's simple. the honor system. >> 100% honesty, atlanta, georgia. good for them. the most honest, philadelphia, indianapolis, san diego. >> we should point out the average was 94% of the time, people in 27 cities surveyed. 94% of the time they were honest. these are least honest. they start with elisabeth hasselbeck's hometown. providence, rhode island. only 83% of people put money in the box. tampa, miami florida followed by minneapolis, minnesota. we should point out one city, they actually took the money out of the box. it's a metaphor because as it turns out, that city, washington d.c.
district of columbia. >> no shock there. they found out people with brown hair were more honest. people that were bald were less honest. >> ivan very dishonest as well. >> there goes the honor system. the winner of this study, honesty, they're geniuses. every single person is running this because it's a fun study. we're talk honesty. >> it's not a scientific study. it's simply brand management and brilliant. >> it sure is. >> there you go. ♪ >> now everybody. ♪ >> you asked for this music. >> my voice is as good as billy joel's in the 80s. >> that reminds me, i'm getting braces. >> in the doctor's office? >> she didn't do it at home.
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airman spence ander stone nominated for air force highest non combat honor. actions no surprise to fellow airm airmen. >> the gunman didn't expect however was a confrontation with our very own captain america. believe it or not, that is what airman stone's friends nicknamed him. >> the heroes of hometown sacramento also planning to honor their friend with a parade. remember he goes to sacramento state. >> all eyes on wall street. chinese stocks lunged again overnight. >> indeed. so what can we expect when the market opens in 45 minutes? sandra smith joins us now with the fox news channel and fox business network. i understand yesterday the local
wa wall greens selling out of dramamine. up and down and up and down. >> take an aspirin, take a nap, ride this out if you're a long term investor. guys, i'm happy to report this morning, if you're a long term investor, you'll be happy to wake up and see dow future s ar currently up more thank 500 points pointing to higher open in less thank an hour on wall street. whether or not we close that much higher or open is yet to be seen. bottom pickers and perhaps a relief happening. >> have you balanced your portfolio in the last 24 hours? >> i have not looked at it. >> we need to know where you're investing. heavy in tech stocks, chinese --
>> speaking of, while there -- >> i watch people on fox business. >> thank you. >> what's expectation there? >> good question. we had a billionaire investor say yesterday he saw it as buying opportunity. face book was plunging. he stepped in and bought shares. he considered it a sale. technology is hot this morning. nasdaq represents mostly technology companies. the nasdaq is up more than anything this morning. they're buying them this morning. >> because china did something, europe did something? >> brian, good point. china did cut interest rates. china saw a huge over 7% selloff overnight. that's not translating to losses at home at least for now. all 30 dow stocks now in the green.
apple is a big one by the way. >> steve, it's okay to do nothing when market is cratering. if you know what you own and comfortable with it, amen. >> money is in pork bellies. >> sandra, do you have a favorite panelist and why? >> she hates me today. >> you have to tune in. there is disagreement between us on set is. it's friendly disagreement. >> it's called a cat fight. >> >> charlie is trying to be the mediator. he's the good guy in the middle trying to make peace. >> and we have mike murphy in the middle of it all. >> one thing i'd like to add about china. if you're at home, you don't want to trade based on overnight news coming out of china. it's a way to lose money. have a shopping list, invest in companies you know.
>> don't listen to donald trump. >> you let him get away with this protectionist stuff. >> talking about china? you mean yesterday? >> yeah. >> we had stewart varney on the two and a half hours ago and said trump is right. >> i like donald trump. he's a good guy. the guy he wants to point as treasury secretary is a hedge fund manager. >> well, he'd be willing to pay more taxes. >> there was a story yesterday some hedge fund manager went to talk to donald trump and leave scott walker's campaign. >> he's on the show all the time. >> thanks for the simulcast.
a contestant bought his own fire truck to fight fires. you'll want to meet him next. say hello to martha first time today. good morning to you. what's the lead story on your show? >> as you can imagine, good morning to you, market is about to open in the u.s. early signs look good. sometimes they're good in the morning and goes into a tumble. we've gotal si naanalysis comin. and trump versus trump. we'll speak to the dad of one of the american heroes on the paris train. his surprising message to all. we'll have that when we see you at the top of the hour. you two had been through everything together. two boyfriends. three jobs. you're like "nothing can replace brad!" then liberty mutual calls.
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the wildfires in washington, now the largest in state history, and one former apprentice star who calls that ta state home refusing to stand by and watch. he's decided to take matters into his own hands and buy his own fire truck. alex joining us now. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> you hear from the state they don't have enough resources, they're out. you think what? >> well i think that last -- imagine walls of flames engulfing your neighborhood. your friends and family losing their homes. you're told you're on your own. i said okay fine. i went and bought a fire truck to go and save neighbor's homes and random strangers. >> it cost you $5,000. as i hear you have kids under the age of five, four of them. what did your wife say when you said honey, i'm going to buy myself a fire truck and help everybody out? >> the context was i bought it
first and then told her. she's of course thinking the truck is $100,000. what? she's on board and behind me. there's so many in the community doing similar things. there's an army of people out will there trying to help of people who are strangers. >> alex, how do you pay for this? i can't imagine running a fire truck is cheap. you went through training. how are you fuelling the cost? >> i'm paying this out of my own pocket. i met with a couple firefighters, one of the top smoke jumpers in the world, jason ramos. i read his book called "smoke jumper." i read and had a five hour course. he said this and that will kill you. besides that, go save people. >> you're brave and active to do so. you're getting information on facebook as to who needs help next. you're going to take your truck
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