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good morning. today is sunday, 30th of august, 2015. this is a fox news alert. a career criminal arrested and charged for unprovoked execution of sheriff deputy. this morning a brand new mystery, figuring out why he wanted the deputy dead. we've got brand new polls out this morning that could shake up the race for president. these two front runners may be losing their leads. nothing says back to school like a cute class photo. not every kid comes home with a picture like this. who is that guy with the flat top in mornings are better with
friends. that might just be me. hey friends. good morning. >> who snuck that photo in? >> that burned my rep. i'm in shock. my mom will be offended by that comment. look at that. >> when and where? >> that's b about sixth grade. i was a big chris mull len fan. my dad's whole basketball team had flat tops. i went to the barbershop -- it's all wrong now. >> did you do the huge eraser? >> i never had that stop. i went straight flat. >> great hair cut. great to see you. >> thanks for having me. now to the fox news alert. we're learning more about the man face paing charges for gunning down the sheriff deputy execution style. >> shannon miles, 30 years old.
he has a long wrap sheet of prior convictions. >> kristin is live with more. >> good morning. the harris county sheriff says investigators are working on assumptions the sheriff was targeted simp wily because he w wearing a uniform. he does have a criminal history, convicted of prior arrests. it's haunting law makeers. the motive is the question. why would someone shoot him dead while he was pumping gas? >> we have not been able to find a motive at this point. as far as we know, the deputy had no previous contact with the suspect. it appears to be clearly
unprovoked. >> this happened at a gas station outside of houston. once the deputy fell to the ground after the initial shots the suspect allegedly stood over him and continued firing. the deputy died almost instantly. he leaves behind a wife and two young children. the suspect will be arraigned monday. this is the 4th officer to be shot in the line of duty there year alone. >> we appreciate the update. kristin fisher from washington. this set off a fire storm not just grieving the family and friends of this man but why did this happen? here's ron hickman, the sheriff there, giving his view of how this occurred. >> some of the dangerous national rhetoric that's out there today. our system of justice absolutely requires law enforcement be present to protect our
community. at any point when the rhetoric ramps up to point calculated cold blooded association of police officers happens, this rhetoric is out of control. we've heard black lives matter, all lives matter. cops lives matter. let's drop the qualifier and say lives matter. >> they absolutely do. somehow at the state fair in minnesota in st. paul, a branch of black lives matter group was chanting something terribly disgusting. listen to this. >> fry like bacon, pigs in a blanket. this is hours after this innocent deputy was gunned down in cold blood. >> they're not talking about deny's breakfast. they're talking about murdering
police officers. >> they were trying to raise awareness supposedly. this isn't raising awareness. this is stoking fears and hatred. this movement evolved to fear and hate mongering in so many places. instead we're talk about killing cops. >> that's what you're saying is so so important. there's a section of the black lives matter movement that feels they have grievances to express. this is not it. there's so many in the silent minority not getting as much attention needs to speak out against these groups saying disgusting things. >> this group is promoting violenceed up to them again and again. where does this lead? the sheriff thinks this has
created this this type environment. >> i'm not going to stick my head in the sand about it. i said last december war was declared on american police officer led by high profile people. one coming out of the white house, one the united states department of justice. it's open season now. there's no doubt about it. any time a law enforcement officer killed, a little of every police officer in america dies along with them. >> he mentioned president obama. it will be interesting to see what kind of rhetoric comes out of the white house, how they respond, do they respond? do they give it at the time attention they should that so many others got. >> they spent the second term picking at scab i would say, encouraging people to feel grieved. using grievances for political benefit. it's the work of one man, one lunatic who appears to be in jail now. i think rhetoric does matter.
if you tell people you are hated and the system is unfair -- despite evidence that's not true -- people get mad, right? >> sure they do. when you point at cops. failing public schools, 40 years of failing schools in st. paul that has disservice to the community. there's a lot of places to point frustration. now we're pointing it at cops who are doing their best everyday. >> people looking at social media with the hashtags of black lives matter and don't have facts straight. you remember the hands up don't shoot. many still believe that happened, and it didn't. >> they were pointing to a shooting in january. he tried to charge police with an suv. he's made to be a martyr when
that incident that prompted protests in particular had a ton of shades of gray. >> that's exactly right. i have to say i'm glad people aren't drawing quick, dirty, racial implications from this shooting the way democrats immediately jumped to every police endorsed shooting. that's not the case at all. brand new poll that may reveal something about the taste of the elect electorate. looks like bernie sanders is way up up in that state of hillary clinton, seven points separating them. too many think he'll get the democratic nomination. >> the trustworthiness of hillary clinton is going down like ability with her. she's dealing with this e-mail server scandal. she's getting off message. recently she's talking about women's issues which she would
prefer to do, to make the gop look like terrorists. some have said making the holocaust slurs towards them as well. >> yeah. that's striking a cord that bernie sanders is talking about the issues touching the democratic base. poll numbers 37-30, 5% margin of error. it could be a 2% race there between bernie sanders and hillary clinton. >> if you think how impressive bernie sanders -- just my analysis. he's not obama '08. he's still getting this traction. >> he's a socialist. >> people have said if hillary's polls drop below 40 in iowa that could induce him in. that's a game changer. >> on the republican side, we're seeing the trend we've seen for months. there's ben carson getting
close. they are succeeded. everyone else's numbers are moving in opposite direction. the closer you are to public's minds of establishment in washington. >> 20 for trump, 18 for ben car son. everyone else in single digits. >> jeb bush, many wouldn't expect him to see him there. three fund-raisers dropped out and went to one of his pacs. doesn't signal well for the governor. 10 minutes after the hour. a night at the ball park turning tragic. a fan is dead after falling 50 feet to the concrete at the yankees braves game in atlanta. >> someone fell over the upper deck below us. oh my gosh. they had to stop the game. >> what happened during did seventh inning stretch as
rodriguez was warming up. the victim in his early 60s was streaming at a rod when he lost balance falling to the lower level. no one else was hurt. the game went on with the section roped off. fears of flash flooding in florida as remnants of tropical storm erika move in. in the northwest, two are dead after storms slam the region including a 10-year-old girl killed by a falling tree limb near seattle. winds knocking out power leaving 300,000 in the dark this morning. an incredible story of survival. a california woman saved after nine days in the wilderness. massive search teams finally located the 62-year-old after she became separated from her hiking group. the rescue operation was
hampered by smoke from a nearby wildfire. search crews were amazed by her ability to survive. >> she had a water filter with her. she basically crawled from where she was injured to a creek. took her two days to do that. she was able to drink from the creek with the water filter she had to stay alive. >> she's recovering from broken bones in the hospital. american pharaoh reigns in as the triple crown winner comes up short losing by three quarters of a length. saratoga race course has the reputation of quote graveyard of favorites. this is the first time american pharaoh has lost since the debut a year ago. those are headlines. here's your weather with the great standing by in the weather center. >> more rain today. some spots over four inches of rain.
going to see more in the next couple of days. south florida, good news. you could use the rain. north florida not so much the case. flood othering concerns of too much rain too quickly flooding the streets in florida. get ready for that through tuesday. this is what we're looking at. still not center of any storm. that wave that was tropical storm erika will continue to feed in moisture throughout the day. back to you. here's what's coming up. pleading for peace after a deputy is executed. >> there's a few bad apples in every possession. that does not mean there should be open warfare declared on law enforcement. >> saying the rhetoric against law enforcement needs to stop now. he joins us next.
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it is time for the silent majority in this country to support law enforcement. there are a few bad apples in every profession. that does not mean there should be open warfare declared on law enforcement. what happened last night is assault on very fabric of society. the silent majority in this country support law enforcements. >> powerful words from anderson making an emotional plea to the public. >> investigators say shannon miles shot the father of two
execution style when he stopped to fill up gas at a station. joining us now is a friend of harris county district attorney devon anderson. >> how are y'all? >> we're doing great. hope you're doing okay after the devastating attack that happened two nights ago. how is law enforcement feeling? got to feel vulnerable when they feel they have a target on their back. >> they do. this has been simmering for a i. you see a lot whether in the urban areas or in the rural areas. my friends will tell me all the time. i'm very tapped into law enforcement community. i use to work for police union in harris county as well as the harris county organization
representing the police officers. i've known devon for years. she's a tough cookie and very smart lady. this has been going on for a while. there seems to be a turn in the community towards the hostility with police officers and their feeling. see it from the comments they're making on the website to personal conversations with them where they walk around scratching their heads going, what did i do? i signed up to help people. the interaction with citizens are changing on a daily basis. seeing people run from police officers when they would have cooperated otherwise. see the escalation of tension. a lot is break down of society. >> you say you've seen a real change in people's attitude toward police. do you hold responsible politicians who weighed in on police brutality cases? >> absolutely. the comments they're making are
so critical. what you have in the national dialogue and politics -- look, i understand. i think most people of average intelligence at least understand a lot what's going on on so called media. it's merely entertainment, not news. it's driven by ratings less by fact. office involved shootings have no investigative experience, do not know the facts. it's a shoot off from the mouth before they know what's going on behind the scenes. whether ferguson, missouri or anywhere else, you're having people weigh in because they have a personal bias toward law enforcement. th >> there are sad consequences. >> absolutely. you see consequences like this. >> our heart goes tout your
community. 20 minutes after the hour. a professor is fired for mentioning the word god. he's here to fight back. here at td ameritrade, they're always working. yup, we're constantly making thinkorswim better. like a custom screener on your desktop, that updates to all your devices. and you can share it with one click. wow. how do you find the time to do all this? easy. we combined every birthday and holiday into one celebration. (different holidays being shouted)
hey everybody. how you feeling on your sunday morning? new worries for 2016 presidential candidate jeb bush. three top officials abruptly leave the campaign amid cash concerns. the campaign saying bush wanted to move in a different connection. trump taking to twitter claiming he quit. the vice president surprising his most loyal supporters at a democratic fund raiser in his hometown of wilmington, dell dechlt he did not talk about the 2016 bid or take questions from
reporters. professor fired from his job at a pennsylvania community college apparently for mentioning god in a letter to students. at the time letter said in part, please know that love is a way of life and not just emotion. if each of us little by little with god's help can incorporate foundation stones of forgiveness in our lives, we will find an anchor for our lives. are you shocked? the professor was fired for it? mr. anderson, thanks for coming on. >> you're welcome. >> as i was reading this story, obviously it shocks me you can be fired for something like that. is there something i don't know? could this really happen they fire you for expressing christian sentiment? >> yes, they did. we need to go back to the beginning of the story that occurred in the spring of 2013. at the end of my astronomy class
that year, i bought a book for each student in the class called how good is good enough since no one is perfect. i left them on the table. i said take one if you want or not. it didn't matter to me. so the students took one. two weeks later, i got a call from one of the students in the class who was interested in having his grade raised. if i didn't do it, he would go to deen about the book i gave him. at that point, i ignored it and let it go. then two weeks later, i got a warning letter from the dean saying i allowed kids to take a decidingly christian book and it could not happen again or i would be terminated. >> if it had been atheist book or promoting other things, you would have been fine. >> that's probably true.
>> i don't think we're hiding anything here. a mild letter about goodness. here's the letter you got in response. your letter as your previous actions is inappropriate. i can't imagine how it's related to learning objectives of the you were asked to feech. it's almost impossible for crummy college professors to get fired ever. here you were fired for this. >> this is true. it's all over the place. see it in various other colleges. i even think about bill airs or somebody like that. it's kind of crazy i think. >> right. promoting violence against the united states is obviously not a bar to employment. telling people in effect have a good day is. what are you doing about this? moving on, suing? >> well, i'm currently involved -- i engaged the union
because their solicitor told me i should do that. i have had a number of former students write to the county commissioner who's on the board of the college and hopefully to get -- i'd like a fair hearing. that's all. >> i feel i should do this as a matter of diligence. you never said students convert to christianity or i'm not giving you a good grade? >> no, never. >> the books you handed out, did you require students to read them? >> no. i said take it or leave it. >> you didn't require them to buy the books? >> no, no, no. it was a gift if they wanted it. that's it. >> it's actually unbelievable. thank you for coming on and clarifying it all. good luck. >> you're very welcome. nice to see you. apparently suing her and taking $2 million wasn't enough.
this has to be fake. this is your shot of the morning. think your yearbook photo was bad? these take the cake. >> back to school, people are sharing most awkward yearbook pictures to the site awkward family photos. >> from bad hair style to really bad clothes and amazing glasses. one is more awkward than the next. check these out. wow. >> do you think you have one that may be even worse? >> business on the top, party in the back. >> that's got to be fake. that's a party with two "r" in the back. >> i'm mesmerized by the mull let. bring it back.
and the buzz cut. >> hair styles of the yesteryear. >> if you have one of these, send it in. we want to mock you. kids are back to school and colleges welcome in students at freshman orientation. students were asked to introduce themselves as name, hometown and gender pronoun. >> i had to look up what it means, gender pronoun. justice walked into this orientati orientation. this is what he had to say. >> i found this school has an obsession to political correctness. the orientation leader stated his name, where he was from and pronounce though he was
obviously the male. he asked the group to do the same introducing themselves. students were told saying i have black friends and i have asian friends may offend someone and were encouraged not to say. >> i think american university is some kind of college. i live within walking distance and should know this, but i don't. they should have a professor on site to go through how many genders there are. it's a scientific question above all. how much time are they spending on this versus teaching kids anything? i'd like to test them on civil war knowledge or bill of rights. i bet they know close to nothing. they know a lot about gender studies. >> this is a physical feature that's obviously if you're a boy or girl, male or female. it's done in sensitivity because people dress a certain way, have
certain hair cuts. i don't know what would happen. you'd go to jail for that. it's not sensitivity. it's crushing people you don't agree with and making the conversation focus on people you agree. >> the rest of what he is said, he talked about how he felt awkward and offended by political correctness. made to feel guilty i'm a male, i feel like a male. >> it's the least sensitive thing we can imagine. things to tell you about. square scary moments for crew members after a woman threatened to bring it down. she claimed to be part of mafia and said she could take down the plane if they didn't give her cat back. the plane was diverted to denver. the fbi is now investigating.
apparently $1.8 million jesse ventura won for suing chris kyle isn't enough. the former minnesota governor says the money is meaningless because insurance covered the judgment for kyle's widow taya. telling "high times magazine." they ain't out one quick el. i'm out three quarters of a million dollars referencing court cost. the former pro wrestler continues calling kyle a liar. kyle was shot two years ago by a veteran suffering ptsd. tattling to your mommy and daddy if you're caught drinking. parents will be called if the first violation includes property damage, dui or they need some sort of medical help.
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the 49-year-old was having issues with heat and problems breathing. we wish him well. >> two shocking stories out of daycare this week. a new jersey boy leaves daycare and walks home alone without anyone noticing at the daycare that he left. then in omaha, a daycare accused of giving infants benadryl to help them sleep. what do parents need to do before they send kids off to day care? here to break it down is allison jacobson, the safety mom. she advocates safety tips for parents and newborns. thanks for joining us. >> thanks. >> i want to point out this is a personal thing. you lost a child at daycare from sudden infant death syndrome. >> that's exactly. it's educating daycare providers. that's the most dangerous time for a event to occur in daycare.
parents may be sending an infant to day care. what do they look for? what are tip temperatures? how do i look for providers? what are top things you tell parents to do? >> whether a home daycare or r big facility, do background checks. who else is in the home? brother, sister, somebody else? make sure you have background checks done. check that out. >> interesting point. not just the provider but anyone at the facility. especially if you have mom and pop home care providers. >> exactly. cpr and first aid certified. check those certifications. also, a lot of people don't think about those. the staff to child ratio. you can't do it in unlicensed. it should be no more than four infants to one person. think about it. you really need the mindful eye
watching. >> is that something parents think about up front? is that readily available? >> parents need to become proactive. you've got one chance keeping your child safe. demand to know. you are the consumer. this is your most precious consumer. >> physical security as well. walk up on an environment. you heard about the daycare, the 3-year-old walked a block and a half. >> how did they miss it? there should be cameras outside. every parent should have a security code to get in. that playground should be gated, padlock and five foot fence. there needs to be layers of safety around it. that's outrageous. >> should daycares have security
cameras? >> absolutely. you want to know who's walking in and out of that door. deliveries, mail people, anybody who's coming in or out. >> the most nerve racking part of being a young parent is putting the infant to sleep. obviously something personal for you. what should you ask about sleep rules at a facility? how do you have the interaction and making sure they care for a newborn? >> it's not asking. educating daycare providers back to sleep. there should be nothing in the crib. no blan kkeblankets, stuffed an. should not be a couch or anywhere else. just a crib with a mattress. >> is it a type of daycare provider you look for. what's your preference across the spectrum? >> have a good relationship with
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♪ ♪ hey, everybody, nine minutes before the top of the hour. it's been ten years since hurricane katrina slammed into the gulf coast forcing hundreds of thousands of people out of their homes but a new invention hopes to keep this from happening again. it's call the x-o sculpture. is this the wave of the future and what are some other life-saving apps that can help you in times of disaster? kurt the cyber guy join us right now. ten years ago, you were actually trapped in new orleans? >> i was. i found myself in a hotel
downtown, flooded power was out. four days. crazy time. i didn't realize i had a little mac gyver inside of me as well. this is a brilliant idea. the guy's name is michael mcdaniel. the styrofoam cup idea inspired by hurricane katrina is this device right there. it looks like it's out of star wars. four people can sleep inside of that. it is a shelter and it can be dropped off on semitractor-trailers. they can put several of them on it at once. >> so is this something that fema is going to be taking advantage of it or we might want to keep it in our basement and dig it out. >> good question. these are into production the later part of this year. we mielingt see -- we might see
fema later this year. i don't know if he has any government ideas on them. four people inside of them. i saw a comment on line about them saying hey, it needs an air conditioner. maybe that's true and i'm the not sure that was addressed in it yet. there's a very brilliant way to house people around the world in a disaster. >> i would like to see one up close and personal. let's talk apps. what do you have for us? >> this is a new app. this is put together by firefighters. a brilliant app called man down. what this does is you activate it if your phone is not moving for 30 seconds, it will send you a prealert. it says you are not moving and 30 seconds from now i'm going to send out a warning to your list that ewe put on there that says hey, anna is in trouble, she's not moving. she was in a dangerous area so that's why she activated this. she needs help and here's her gps coordinates.
it's a brilliant simple tool for someone who works inside dangerous zones or if you find yourself in a hurricane katrina kind of scenario where you are battling your way out of the city. >> this is based on technology that they actually used with their oxygen tanks. if your oxygen tank doesn't rattle for a little while there's a sensor in there that will make it go beep, beep, beep, so the other firefighters will know my man might be down next to me. >> with this app, you can be a firefighter and you are making this decision on your own. >> what about finding somebody to give cpr? there's an app for that? . >> this is interesting. this is brilliant. you can find out who can give you cpr nearby and also where an aev device is, and you can sign up and say i'm trained in cpr
and i'm willing to come to someone's aid, the moment you call 911, the ambulance is on the way, you activate this app and hey 20 feet away is someone who knows cpr and it activates to them saying hey you are needed. >> seconds matter. the need with this is for other people to download the app so that they can be a part of it and come to the aid if they know cpr. >> also different cities are implementing this to be part of their plan for city emergencies. it brings a lot of awareness to it. what about emergency chat? >> i love this. emergency chat is something everybody should download. i believe it's still free. these things always change, but this thing is brilliant in that you activate emergency chat. you hand your phone to someone. let me just hand it to you, and i'll show you what happened. now, emergencies strike, they happen instantly. you don't know what's necessarily going to happen.
did i get hit in the head and i can't speak. all of a sudden, i hit that and i -- >> i gave you my phone because i can't use and process speech right now but i am capable of text communication and it goes on. >> i now say hey i got hit in the head, can you please cause an -- call an ambulance or i'm bleeding, can you help or you can type right back. >> it becomes second nature, we actually think to good to our phones. >> i put category called emergency on my phone. that's where you should do it. >> good deal. thank so much. one college course on 9/11 actually sympathizes with the terrorists some way and the way the class describes americans will have you end raged. and hillary clinton says republicans want to do this to immigrants. >> round them up, put them, i don't know, in buses, boxcars, in order to take them across our border.
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governor christie has got the answer. track them all like fedex packages. interesting. mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ >> good morning and welcome into "fox & friends." pete hegseth is joining us this morning. >> we know you are a big pizza fan and what it says how you eat it. >> we want to start this morning with a fox news alert. it turns out he was no stranger to breaking the law. the career criminal charged in the execution style murder of a sheriff's deputy. >> we have the very latest. >> investigators are now saying what many in law enforcement have feared this was an unprovoked attack, the shooter
and the deputy did not each other. it appears he was targeted simply because he was wearing adown form. the man accused of killing him is 30-year-old shannon jay miles, he is in custody charge with accidental murder. he does have a criminal history. he's been convicted of resisting arrest and nothing explains why he shot him point blank. as the deputy was dying on the ground, miles stood over him and kept on firing. he died at the scene. >> our assumption is that he was a tarring because he wore a uniform. at this point we found no other motive or indication that it was anything other than that. >> deputy goforth is the 23rd law enforcement officer to be shot and killed in the line of duty. he was 47 years old. he's been with the sheriffs office for ten years. he leads behind a wife and two
children. >> you heard her say it, this was the 23rd murder of this kind this year. at some point you have to declare that a trend. >> absolutely. rhetoric has consequences and now they have got to move to also the prosecution phase of this. and one of those involved is devon anderson. >> it is time for the silent majority in this country to support law enforcement. there are a few bad apples in every profession. that does not mean that there should be open warfare declared on law enforcement. the vast majority of officers are there to do the right thing, are there because they care about their community and want to make it a safer place. what happened last night is an assault on the very fabric of society. it is not anything that we can tolerate. it is time to come forward and
support law enforcement and condemn this atrocious act. >> that's it exactly. it is an assault on society. the only reason you have a society in the first place. >> you got to keep people safe. in other words, we would have chaos. what else is disgusting and atrocious, if you saw the minnesota state fair, if you've seen this video, here it is again. it's unbelievable. just a few miles south of the state fairgrounds, black lives matter group were chanting this. [ chanting ] >> they weren't talking about football food. >> they were talking about murdering police officers and racial overtones too. this is the same group that met with every democrat running for president. shouldn't they be asked about
this? >> the black lives matter mox has got so many different factions and leaders and they are all flying under the same flag and under the same banner. >> where's the moderate flag? >> they need to come forward and speak. >> there are some legitimate conversations that this country has to have about our social fabric but it's deinvolved into milita military. martin o'malley talked about all lives matter and backed away. they are seeing it front and center. >> i'm totally opposed to police brutality i think it's a real thing. i've seen it. who deputyized black lives matter as the spokesmen for all victims of police brutality. these people are militants, and racial overtones and violence. why suck up to them? >> one grievance that this community could be having a conversation about is black on
black crime which we don't hear them chanting about. we see, fry like bake couldn't and kids in a -- pigs in a blanket. >> they have recently talked about what it's doing to police officers. >> it was never as personal as it is now. police officers are definitely being targeted now and from the top down, nobody is saying anything about it. make no mistake about it. this was an execution, a brutal, brutal killing, an assassination. he shot him in the back of the head and stood over him and shot him several more times in the head. brutal. >> there's no other word for it. brutal. >> and sad. anybody who has been whipping up grievance, politicians ought to be ashamed. they are creating an atmosphere where people are starting to really hate each other. >> and hand cuffing the hands of cops. you remember what we saw in baltimore too how much was destroyed in one night because
cops were told to stand down. >> president obama is not at fault, but will he step in as a leader and drive a real conversation about this. >> black lives matter calls for the murder of police. we want to give you a quick political update now. the landscaped is pretty much the same but change a little bit. we've got new poll numbers from the state of iowa and bernie sanders on the ascent. he's up 7 points. this is the first contest in the nominating process. >> you've got iowa 37, hillary clinton, and 30 for bernie sanders. biden is not even in he's at 15%. with hillary clinton under water, the water is looking a little more in. >> he's not obama '08. he's just an alternative. this shows a weakness in the clinton campaign. >> he's talented at bringing in the crowds that's for sure.
also there was actually a new campaign stop that some are calling it from the vice president joe biden. he was in his hometown of wilmington, delaware and made a stop at a democratic jamboree in sussex county. the vice president of that organization says this is not a campaign stop. we've been friends for a long time. he's buddies with my grandfather. >> dipping the toe in ever so lightly. >> why wouldn't he? >> she is being imposed by the national democratic party on the grassroots party and they resent the heck out of it. >> you also start wondering if the hillary clinton campaign will reach out to joe biden, joe, do you want to go like this, you are a vice president right now, there's no way you are going to be to stop the clinton machine or the coronation of hillary clinton. >> do to him what they did to
elizabeth warren, whatever that is. on the republican side, new reports on the three top fund-raisers from the jeb bush campaign, others say they were fired and some quit. not exactly what's going on right there. some see it as a sign of weakness. >> wow, jeb bush just lost three of his top fund-raiser. they quit. he believes they quit -- >> things are always complicated. you never know why or what. jeb is taking a hit on some of the poll numbers in iowa recently and he's having a little bit of difficulty. donald trump is going to pile on because that's what donald trump does. >> a little bit of a difficulty might be an under statement this morning. we have some stories we're following. fox news alert, a night at the ballpark turning tragic. a fan now dead after falling some 50 feet to the concrete
below at the yankees-braves game in atlanta. >> someone just fell over the upper deck, right below us. oh, my gosh. they had to stop the game. oh, my gosh. >> fans didn't even realize. it happened during the seventh inning stretch at turner field right as alex rodriguez was warming up right there. according to witnesses, the victim in his early 60s was screaming at a-rod when he suddenly lost his balance falling to the lower level. the game did go on with that section roped off. presidential candidate and governor chris christie has call donald trump's plan too simplistic. now he has his own plan. he he wants to drag immigrants the same way fedex tracks packages. >> we need to have a system that tracks you from the moment you come in, and when your time is up, six months, three months, nine months, however long your visa, then we go get you, tap
you on the shoulder, excuse me, thank for coming, time to go. >> he plans to hire fedex founder fred smith to work for immigration. and forget fido, bella is the most popular name in america. social networking side next door releasing its top ten list. also on the list, lucy, max, daysy, buddy, molly, charlie, maggie and saddie. >> i know four people who have dogs called bella. it's a great name. >> a lot of twilight fans out there. >> was tucker on the list? >> tuck ser a good dog name. that's why i was named tucker. >> after the family dog. >> good boy! >> they were hoping you would be a good boy. we've already had a lot of rain from what was tropical storm erika down across florida.
you put the numbers down there, south of miami, 4.6 inches, for the lauder dale, almost 4. and key lar go. it was a slow-mover. we're watching it kind of here just to the south of florida and continue to pull up toward the north and continue to bring rain all the way through tuesday. out across the west, a really windy system, an october-like system blasted into the pacific northwest yesterday. it brought a lot of wind and power outages. that's going to continue today. take a look at these temperatures. another hot one there krool the -- across the central plains. >> well, hillary clinton comparing her opponents and their plans to the deporting illegal a leans to nazis.
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still at the top of the list of republicans hoping to be the candidate. he's got 23% of the vote. behind him is dr. ben carson, joining us to react is mike huckabee. great to see you. >> good morning, tucker. >> i cannot resist asking you about this. you saw chris christie say that we should somehow track illegal immigrants in our country in the same way that fedex tracks its packages. says he's going to bring fred smith in to do that if he's president. this is an idea i think i heard you come out some years ago. if that's right, tell us what that means exactly, what is the idea? >> well, back in 2007, when we were talking about illegal immigration even back then, i just made the point, fedex can track a package from the moment it leaves the warehouse until it gets to its door. they can tell you exactly where it is. if they are so good at this and we say we don't know where these
11 million people are, let's just turn the whole thing over to fedex. newt gingrich said it four years later in his presidential race and i guess somebody is picking it up. it's great to be quoted. it's great to be copied. i would appreciate a little attribu attribute. along the way. >> where does the bar code go? >> the devil is in the details. the point is if a private company can track something as simple as a watch battery being sent across the country to say the federal government with all of its resources has no clue how to keep up with the people who come into our borders and live within our country, it's lewd krous to say the federal government can't do it. if they really were serious about wanting to know who was coming in, we secure the border, you know who is coming in, and then you have some method of having them check in, maybe it's an app on the phone, but the point being it's leudicrous to
say our federal government has no idea how to deal with illegal immigration. >> absolutely. they need to get serious about it and securing the border. let's talk about those polls because the numbers do show that donald trump is still at the top in iowa. ben carson within striking distance. what do you make of these numbers? are americans just fed up with politicians? >> absolutely. i think we're seeing it in the polls. it's almost that what used to be a virtue, what used to be something that was a qualification saying i've done this job before, i could do this job, now it's almost like it's the one thing they don't want. i think people are so angry, look i see it on the campaign trail. people aren't just mad. they are in a seething rage and right now there is such anger that i don't think they are thinking about when you elect someone to be president, you are really electing them to do something that may have simple
principles but it's very complex. this is, you know, a remarkable time in american politics with the anger of the electorate and who can blame the people for being ticked off? i'm ticked off. >> hillary clinton compared republicans to terrorists and recently she talked about immigration, comparing it to boxcars. your quick reaction. >> well, hillary called me out by name a few weeks ago for referencing iran's deal on the holocaust and now she seems to be doing this. i'm just waiting for someone to come out and to -- in fact, hillary could maybe call herself out for invoking this language. if she wants to talk about immigration, she has a plan, the plan is she emails an immigrant and they just disappear. >> governor mike huckabee, joining us from the road. great to see you. >> good to see you guys. sthrs a lot more coming up in two minutes.
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lottery? one day. they opted to take $2.6 million in a one-time cash sum after taxes. we have a fox news alert for you this morning. a terrifying incident at the yankees-braves game last night. a fan fell from the upper deck in at turner field and this comes as a woman sues fenway. is it the team's responsibility to make sure fans stay safe during the game? joining us now is emily spencer. i don't know what i think of this. i have mixed feelings. it seems to me, you show up at the park. you know what the risks are. there are balls flying around. why would the team be liable for that? >> you are absolutely right. the courts have said
consistently since the 1900s the teams are not responsible and in most cases, the venue is not responsible. there's more than 15 million americans or people going to american sporting events a year. the number of injuries there is some extremeery low. circumstance or some deviation from a normal standard of care in the venue, they won't be responsible for these kinds of tragic accidents. >> but that will not stop greed-addled trial lawyers trying to get rich, to buy an extra yacht from venues and teams like the red sox, won't it? >> unfortunately, like any profession, we have good lawyers and bad lawyers. >> a sweeping generalization, i admit. >> there will be more than one lawyer who will take the case even though the law is not on
their side. they do it sometimes for a settlement because it's less expensive for the big corporations to settle than to litigate a case that has no merit. >> they destroyed the play grounds. we have to wear helmets. >> most of your sporting events have tickets with general liability waivers, where you agree to hold them harmless. this is -- >> is that what the fine print says? my eyes are getting too bad. >> that's right. you know, the most serious numbers of injuries, we've got baseball, then hockey, auto racing, and golf. so buyer beware. if you go to these sporting events and you get injured because of some fluke accident, you really cannot sue anyone. but if there is some major defect, if the railing falls apart, the protections aren't there, that's different. in this tragic case from last night, it doesn't look like the
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dutch jump ropes for you and we can singalong with the chats. ♪ ♪ >> not happening not far away from there, in washington, d.c., at american university, in the northwest quadrant of the city where freshmen are now being told they have to provide their name, hometown, but also their gender. the idea is don't make assumptions. there are so many different genders, probably hundreds, that you need to specify which one you belong to. >> here's what the freshmen -- his name is tris tan justice and this is what he says happened while he was in orientation from the very start, i found this this school has an obsession with political correctness. we broke out into small groups on the quad. the orientation leader introduced himself by stating his name, where he is from and his pronouns even though he was obviously a male. he asked the group to do the same when introducing themselves. students at the presentation
saying things like saying i have black friends and asian friends may offend someone and were encourage not to say them. >> he was offended by the fact that he couldn't just talk candidly i'm a male and this is where i'm from. what if you are a evangelical christian and particular belief and you want to talk about that? >> you are totally out of luck. i know love thu they get the propaganda going on the very first day. we will not tolerate any dissent. >> it's no secret college campuses are liberal for the most part. >> i'm so sorry for the parents and i'm one of them, and we're paying for it. >> if you were a parent and someone was mistaken for a boy and was a girl, you would be upset. it does happen. sometimes women have facial hair. it's all in the name of sensitivity. >> people yell at me as i walk down the street.
what i think to myself is toughen up, get over it. we're not little precious flowers. >> you got to learn how to have that conversation and say -- >> it does seem extreme to say if you are a male or female at freshman orientation. >> hurting people's feelings, i don't know, lighten up america. >> lighten up, america! and headlines, one of the top universities in the country, learn about the 9/11 attacks through the eyes of the terrorists instead of the victims, how does this work? literature of 9/11, sympathizes with the terrorist, presenting america at greedy, war hungry and corrupt. required reading is anti government books and poetry by gitmo terror suspects. and imagine seeing this circling your kayak.
after reviewing this video, life guards were forced to close a san diego beach yesterday, the shark appeared to be acting aggressively and followed kayakers on show. it's not clear whether the beach will open up again today. will you go in? and coming face-to-face with a 77 pound mountain lion when opening up your shop. he was knocked to the ground after the big cat pounced on him while trying to run off. after tranquilizing the animal, fish and wildlife poured water on him to keep her cool until releasing her into a remote area. the suspect led out jail on drug charges and tries to steal
a semitruck belonging to the sheriffs office. he made it inside the cab and couldn't get it started. police saw him immediately and took him back into custody. a frequent flyer apparently. tucker and pete, over to you. >> thanks, anna. summer isn't over yet. we're clinging to the remnants. we have one more weekend and here with some fantastic ideas for labor day barbecue. some of our all-time favorite guys, greg fetter, along with his brothers who happen to be his coworkers. >> i have to say they are partners in the business. right, not just coworkers. >> family business is a delicacy. >> you've got some interns you say. >> sometimes i wish. >> we're trying to separate you guys to try testing separate products and there would be a war. >> you guys make amazing stuff.
what are you doing today for the end of summer? those dreaded words. >> we have the perfect hamburger. everybody wants to know what the perfectburger is. we go back as simple as possible. so we've got grassfed meat with grass-fed cheese. bacon. beautiful fresh bread but the key for this one is the ketchup. it's diabetic friendly. no high fructose corn syrup. we only sweeten it with a date puree. >> good for you. >> no high fruk toast corn -- fructose corn syrup, and great meat and bacon and bread, it's unbelievable. >> how many sauces do you guys
have now? >> 21. >> black jack. [ laughter ] >> my wife is obsessed with your stuff. it's that good. >> you know what it is, sauce is what makes so many things. my wife is a fantastic cook and every time it's the sauce. she makes it homemade and that makes all the difference. this is fantastic. >> sauce is a pain in the butt to me. if you can go buy it, that's good enough for me. >> what do you have? >> this is honestly magic in a bottle. >> i'm not going to pull any punches here. >> i don't lie. so ranch is obviously america's favorite dressing. we had to do it under our quality standards. we developed -- not we -- matt and his team developed -- this is a coconut-milk-based ranch. no dairy, no refined sugar. it's legit. it's a super simple, this is a cucumber avacodo saled with
fancy fixgs on top. all you need is ranch, coconut milk, bang bang, a chef winner. >> i love ranch dressing as an american. what is this? >> this is our sweet potato salad and we use our chesapeake mayo. we're from maryland. this is amazing. >> oh, my goodness. >> so it's olive oil-based. we use cage-free eggs. no added sugars. lemon juice. mustard. very simple. we put some onion, cucumber, sellery, mayo. >> you could put that on a pine cone, everything. >> this is all natural.
it's ridiculous. >> the crop circles campaign, what is it? >> we're going into food deserts and we're doing pop-up farmers markets and we're giving away 30 to 40,000 pounds of fresh produce to people in under deserved areas and we have great partners, renaissance food groop, whole foo foods and also tessie maes. then we did one in englewood and then in compton. next one will be in baltimore. >> thank you so much. send it back to anna. there's entirely too much testosterone in that segment out there. here's coming up on the program. police use incredible technology to capture the virginia tv gun man. we'll show you how it actually works live on our plaza coming up. remember the guys who hacked a jeep? >> hold on. >> he's not getting out of that.
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got some fancy cameras on top. tell us about the cameras on top of car and what they are capable of doing. >> sure. the cameras have two cameras built-in with housing. a color camera and an infrared camera. >> there's three cameras. two on front and one in the back. they are scanning in realtime license plates. i'm hearing the beeps while i'm sitting in here. how are they able to do that? are they reading the numbers on the plate? >> they are reading anything that looks like a license plate. >> you are telling me this works. you are going to have to show me it works. i think we've got another one of your colleagues in a car in the back here and show us how it does work. what would you do with this system? do you end the -- enter the place, name, what do you do? >> you end the plate number. normally the agency would enter the plate number. that would broadcast to the vehicles and agencies and nationwide. >> we're going to enter a be on
the look out. >> license nate gst-5020. we're going new york. >> this car, we're going to say it's an abandoned vehicle, whatever alert type we want. you are checking different boxes of what type of car you are looking for. >> it's a high-level. just that easy. we're going to add that plate. >> put that on a hot plate. you are saying it's a hot plate and you want to add it to the hot list record. that vehicle is in the system and it's scanning openly for that. >> it's active. i'm motioning our target vehicle to approach now and as soon as the camera sees a license plate, we'll get an alert. [ alarm ] >> that is an alert, i would say. a big red match. not only do you got the plate, you got the vehicle as well. >> you can see that we capture the license plate number, time and date stamp and gps
coordinates. >> what about the driver? you can kind of tell -- >> we can't do anything with that. >> some folks will say this is great technology but how intrusive is this? can you enter the name of a person? >> we're only entering the license plate. you have to go to the department of motor vehicles and there's a federal law protecting that. >> how long is the data traditionally kept as you are scanning activity? >> we keep the data indefinitely. they can keep the data depending on their local policy or state legislation. it has tremendous value for investigative purposes. hundreds of cases solved every day. >> hey, brian, thanks so much for showing us. incredible technology that helps us find folks who are breaking the law in realtime. a texas deputy murdered execution style and many are blaming anti police rhetoric for the crime. the two officers in this photo are outraged. you remember this photo. they join us live at the top of
the hour with their reaction. and many parents know how hard to pack a school lunch. we have five simple lunches you can make for $2 or less coming up next. ♪ ♪ ♪ here at humana, we value sticking with things. when something works, people stick with it. more people stick with humana medicare advantage. because we stick with them. humana medicare advantage. .
hacked a jeep grand cherokee through the internet are getting new jobs. they're going to work for uber. the car service company. charlie miller and chris will now work on security for uber's self driving car programs, protecting it from people like them, hackers. and instagram is now allowing users to post landscape and portrait style photos and videos. in the past it only allowed square-shaped post. a massive advancement for teenage girls. . ♪ back to school back to school to prove to dad that i'm not a fool ♪ ♪ i've got my lunch packed up my boots tied tight ♪ ♪ i hope i don't get in a
fight ♪ >> that's right, it is time to go back to school. but how can you make fun and healthy lunches for your kids that they're going to love without breaking the bank? let's ask the $5 dinner mom. she's got options that cost only 2 bucks a box. good morning. thanks for staying with us. you say we need to plan ahead and combine coupons. >> planning ahead, seeing what's on sale. going with seasonal fruits. right now there's a lot. apples in the lunch boxes. cook a sweet potato ahead of time and couponing for things like crackers and canned goods. >> this has like the frozen crustables but you can do it homemade for cheaper. >> you can do a whole loaf at once. put this right here. if you put peanut butter on both pieces of bread and the jelly in the middle, it will not get soggy. so i make them all at once, put
them on a freezer tray. put them in the freezer for 30 minutes. they stay frozen all together. i literally grab one out, drop it in and there you go. >> they're so delicious. next up, your cheesy bean burritos. >> it's a whole wheat tortilla i put two together in a bag. >> how handy dandy are these? >> you want to save money by buying a block of cheese and cutting it yourself. as far as i go, every penny counts. buy the bigger blocks. i usually get whatever can is on sale and ask for a block of it instead of having them slice it. now this puzzle sandwich. this makes it fun. >> this is another way to be clever. get this puzzle cutter.
ham and cheese, turkey and swiss. and you give it a good smash. >> take the crust off. and it's breakfast for mom and dad. yeah, right. breakfast, right? and then the snackwich lunch. >> like a homemade lunchable. >> exactly. put everything together in a box. >> $5 dinner mom. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. here's what's coming up. bernie sanders closing in on hillary clinton in iowa. how much trouble is her campaign in? chris wallace will join us live to react. does your class photo look anything like this? we'll share awkward pictures. keep sending them in.
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hey, everybody. good morning. today is sunday, the 30th of august, 2015. and a fox news alert. a texas sheriff deputy murdered in cold blood, execution style. >> we've heard black lives matter. all lives matter. cops' lives matter, too. let's drop the the qualifier and say lives matter. >> and this morning the two officers behind this photograph are outraged. they join us ahead. >> and brand new polls out just this morning. they could shake up the race for presidency because these two front-runners could be losing their leads. chris wallace weighs in on the numbers ahead. and nothing says back to school like an interesting class photo like this. but not every kid comes home with a picture like this one, a sweet flat top.
that is sweet. and that was sixth grade. plus we're sharing yours that you mailed in to fox news and friends online. mornings are better with fans, friends and e-mails. ♪ when the moon hits your eyes ♪ that's amore >> friends, good morning. we are asking about your pizza behavior. how do you eat it? you roll it? you fold it up? the way you eat your pizza says plenty about your personality. they brought in a bunch of pies and we're going to have at it. >> i don't want to know what my pizza habits tell me. >> i have to eat them with a fork. otherwise i look like an animal. one minute after the hour. we need to get right to this. it's a fox news alert. he was no stranger. we are learning more about the man facing charges for gunning
down a texas sheriff deputy execution style. >> the suspect's name is shannon miles. he's 30 years old. kristin fisher is live in washington, d.c. with more. >> reporter: good morning. the harris county sheriff is calling this an unprovoked cold-blooded execution. he believes his deputy was targeted simply by wearing a uniform. he is behind bars this morning charged with capital murder. he had previously been convicted of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct with a firearm. so far nothing in his past explains why he walked up to the deputy while he was pumping gas in his patrol car and ambushed him. shot him in the back and continued firing after he had fallen ground. he died at the scene. last night hundreds of people showed up at the same gas station. look at that crowd. right outside of houston to pay tribute to the deputy.
>> all i can say is he was a genuine guy. good guy. good husband, good father. and i'm really going to miss him. i think this community is going to miss a very good officer. and we need for the community to understand that most of us out here are here to help. we're here -- we really are out here to do good. >> deputy is the 23rd law enforcement officer to be shot dead this year in the line of duty. he leaves behind a wife and two young children. as for the suspect, miles, he'll be arraigned in court on monday. the sheriff said they did a ballistics test on a handgun belonging to miles, and it's a match. >> kristen fisher is joining us live in washington with that update. thanks a lot, kristen. why don't we just drop the qualifier and say lives matter? >> a question some are asking.
heated racial rhetoric from the left partly to blame for the environment that spawned the cold-blooded killing of a texas sheriff deputy the day before yesterday? police have not connected those dots yet. the sheriff deputy darren goforth was gunned down days after activists killed for the killing of white cops. and the photo that went viral across the nation saying things spiralled out of control. >> joining us now from the trinity police department, hundreds of miles for the brutal murder are chief steven jones and officer donald gibbons, that you know from that photo. chief, officer, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> chief jones, tell us about the rhetoric. how do you feel like the rhetoric, the conversation that you commented on with thothos those #hislifematters, what is the rhetoric doing for cops in america today? >> i believe that if we keep going towards the hateful
rhetoric towards officers, you'll see a decrease in people who want to become officers. we already have a shortage. it's going to get worse and worse as less people step up to the plate to become ufofficers. >> how are you treated in your community? >> i'm saddened and upset about the rhetoric going on in the nation right now. we need to come together. i don't like the way our nation is headed. as of right now, as law enforcement officers, we will not be backed down about the rhetoric doing going on. we're going to continually support our community and uphold the law. >> i want to get your perspective as an african-american police officer. with the black lives matter group, it seems like there are some very -- there are people groups, flying under the banner, and there are also these groups
that are saying things like fry like bacon and pigs in a blanket and saying jus nasty, terrible, hurtful things. how important is it, do you think, that people, african-americans and african-american police officers step up and denounce that behavior? >> it's very important. i don't experience any hatred or rhetoric out there on my department. my community. i love. they love me. we're going to continue to pull forward. black lives matter, i understand some of the things that have been going on in america with certain officers. but that doesn't depict on any of the officers as a whole. and we're going to continue to move forward. >> chief jones, obviously you showed the photo on the screen right now, that race doesn't matter in how you do your job. do you feel like interacting with the community, because of the black lives matter movement specifically, do you feel like you're treated differently? is there a different
relationship between you and that community that is inhibiting your community on a day-to-day basis with human beings to do your jobs. >> the culture that we have in trinity, i don't believe so. and with the black community that we have, we have such a strong, independent, hard working community at trinity. and we have no problems with police department and the black community. i do fear that this kind of rhetoric is going to start causing us problems. and we've always been able to resolve them. and aumpss who haven't done anything but done their job and done what they're supposed to do, there's no talking. there's no way to talk with somebody who their only course of action is the violence. and with the murder of the police officers as we showed
earlier in the show. that with every person running for the presidential nomination, should those politicians be meeting with a group like that? >> you know, it's difficult because i've had interact with people discussing about the group. some say, of course, we're a peaceful group. we want to be peaceful. we want to be this. if that is the case, then you have to denounce and step up and tell these people that are being the agitators or tell the people being violent they're not a part of you, they're not representative, they're not welcome. and i don't think they're going to step up and tell those peemt that stuff. until they do so, no, i don't believe they should have a voice. until they can decide which direction they want their movement or group to go, then they don't need a voice. >> people calling for murder don't represent a legitimate political movement. >> we can all agree on that. >> gentlemen, thanks for coming on this morning. >> thank you.
>> thank you. >> >> really powerful. >> eight minutes after the the hour now. now to morning headlines. a night at the ballpark turns trannic when a fan plunges 50 feet to his death at the yankees/braves game in atlanta. >> someone just fell over the upper deck. right below us. oh my gosh. they have to stop the game. oh my gosh. >> it all happened during the seventh inning stretch at turner field, right as yankees' alex rodriguez was warming up. according to witnesses, the victims who was in his early 60s was screaming at a-rod when he suddenly lost his balance. the game did go on with that section roped off. extreme weather hitting states all over the country. in florida, fears of flash flooding as remnants of tropical storm erika moves in. watches remain in effect throughout the day for the central and southern parts of the state. storms in the northwest leave
two people dead, including a 10-year-old girl killed by a falling tree limb. storms knocking out power, leaving 300,000 people in the dark this morning. and security getting beefed up at transportation hubs across europe in the wake of this month's attempted terror attack on the train in france. nine countries teaming up to enforce identity checks and baggage patrol. >> when he came in, i knew we had to do something. spencer was on the seat. i was on the window seat. i said let's go. we got lucky in five or six different ways. if any one of those were different, we all would have died. >> hear the full story tonight at 9:00 p.m. eastern. and the cat is out of the bag. two fighter jets helped divert a
flight to denver. crew members lost her cat in the bathroom after she snuck it on board in the purse instead of a pet carrier. the woman claimed to be part of the mafia saying she could easily take down the plane if they didn't give her cat back. the flight landed safely. the fbi is investigating. >> lock her cat in the bathroom and then scramble fighter jets when she complains. >> that's the definition of a cat lady, right there. >> anyway. rick reichmuth is standing by. where are you, rick? >> do you guys have pets? >> we do. we have a dog. >> do you take him on the plane? >> no. >> there you go. that's our man on the street interview about that story right now. take a look at the weather map. down across florida, it's been our story for the weekend. they've already had some spots over five inches of rain. we're going to see maybe another
three to four isolated areas. maybe isolated areas of rain. this is rain through tuesday. i think the remnants of erika will be around that long to get ready. the south part of florida, south florida desperately needs rain. that is certainly good news. here's what the satellite and radar picture looks like. a few showers coming in across western p.a. and western new york this morning. down across florida you can see that. we're not real concerned for reorganization of what was erika. we cannot rule it out. if it does happen, obviously, we'll let you know. for the most part we think it will bring tropical moisture to the area. and yesterday we had a monster storm moving to the pacific northwest with incredible winds. some of the moisture now in the areas impacted by fires. a little moisture coming in is great. here's high temperatures today
and for your day back to work tomorrow. still warm across the plains. back you inside. bernie sanders is gaining real ground on hillary clinton in a key battleground state. in fact, the first state doesn't syndicate her campaign is in trouble, of course. chris wallace is here to tell us. >> that's coming up. plus, rhonda rousy is used to challenges in the octagon. >> i love everything you do. i think you're a phenomenal person. which is why it would be my honor to take you to the marine corps ball on december 11th. >> will she say yes? that marine joins us live straight ahead. in the nation, we know how it feels when
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welcome back. more turbulence on air. hillary this morning. a new poll shows bernie sand erz is closing in on the democratic front-runner. he trails her in iowa by 7 points. and dr. ben carson is closing the gop gap, trailing donald trump by five points in the latest iowa poll. >> so what could this mean for the 2016 race? let's ask the host of fox news study. he'll be on today. chris wallace, thanks for being with us. >> hey, guys. >> let's first talk about the democratic side. does this signal more trouble for the clinton campaign? >> oh, absolutely. 37%. she's lost a third of her support just since may. now it's interesting in the poll, the majority of democrats say they're not upset about the e-mail scandal, and it may not be per se the details of the scandal, but i think just the whole sense that, you know, she has had one position and then she fell back to another. she's been defensive and evasive
about it. and she used to be up over 50%. she's now at 37%. which means a majority of caucusgoers, and they obviously all know her, are now saying they wouldn't vote for her. that's got to be concerning. you have to figure alarm bells went off as soon as the polls came out for joe biden. hey, he might be able to win this thing. >> what is the likelihood of biden getting in? if you had to bet on today today, what's the odds? >> i don't know. if i was that good at betting, i would quit this job and go to vegas. i don't know. on one hand i know he wants to be president. i know he thinks he would be a good president. do you want to go out a loser? >> in addition to that is the personal factor which you can't overstate. he's still sufferg from the tragic loss of his son beau. he was on a call with donors
this week and he said i got to go into this with my whole heart and soul and they're both banged up now. >> chris, onto the republican side of the ledger, the des moines register poll had a lot of folks going up and a lot of folks going down. one of those going down was governor jeb bush dropped down a few points as ben carson and donald trump continued to stay strong. he also lost three fund-raisers recently. what do you make of him losing fund-raisers? >> i don't know the inner workings. they're not going to work for the campaign or the superer pac. but it doesn't sound good. and he's now down to 6%. this is the man everybody thought would be the the front-runner for the nomination. now at 6% in iowa, trump is at 23%, i believe it is. carson is at 18%. he's doing badly. but frankly so are all of the governors and senators, the career politicians. i mean, more than 40% of iowa
caucusgoers say they want trump or carson. they have one thing in common. neither of them have served a day in public life. >> new jersey governor chris christie making fiery remarks about immigration. he's going to be guest on your show today. also a presidential candidate. you have china and the economy. you have guests on that. the senior vice president, chief of investment strategies for charles schwab and company. chris wallace, thanks for your time today. >> anna, that looks like a really good show. i think i'll watch it. >> yeah. i hope you're watch lg. >> we'll be watching, chris. thank you. on another note, a hiker missing for nine days with broken bones in rugged terrain found alive. how she was able to survive without any food. rhonda rousy o
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some quick headlines this morning. isis training camp is turning out thousands of jihadis every month and the u.s. is ignoring the location of the camps. that's the conclusion of defense officials who say the risk of collateral damage from attacking the camps is too high. the american bombing coalition will not target the areas. and isis is on the rise for the biggest threat, according to president obama, is not isis. >> if another country threatened to wipe out an american town, we
would do everything in our our power to prengt ourselves. climate change poses the same threat right now. >> more climate change theology from the president. he cites alaska and says four villages have been relocated because of rising sea levels. no question yet on whether that's science or not. and he's no stranger to a challenge, but this time ronda rousey isn't been challenged to a fight. take a look at this. >> hey, ronda. i'm a united states marine, and you are my celebrity crush. i love everything you do, and i think that you are a phenomenal person, which is why it would be my honor to take you to the marine corps ball on december 11th. i hope you take this into consideration, because if you do, you'll truly be making my dream come true. >> we'll see if that dream comes true. the post has gone viral with
more than 4 million views. joining us now to add a little bit more color, is marine lance corporal jared hashard. how are you doing? >> i'm doing great. how are you doing? >> we're playing the roll of match.com. >> i heard your room meat put you up to it. and then it hit 4 million views. what do you think of the attention this has gotten? >> i think it's amazing. it blows my mind receiver day when i look at the the computer and see the views growing. it's amazing. >> lance corporal, in 2011 it happened for another marine who asked mila kunis to go to the ball and she did it. what do you think your odds are? you think she's going to come? >> i don't see why not. >> look at you. come on! >> there's so many views. >> i hope she comes. you said she's an amazing person. what is it about her besides from what everybody else knows, being hard core in the ring, what attracts you to her?
>> well, everything that you just said, and the fact that i think she's an american champion. she goes out and fights and wins every fight. every fight she does is more exciting than the the fight before. that's why i would like to celebrate at that marine corps ball with her. >> lance corporal, you have not heard from her yet. how would you hope to hear from her? she's had to have seen it by now. we know she has a fight in november. the ball is on december 11th. make your plea. how would you hear from her? >>. >> how would i hear from her? >> yeah. call you up on your cell phone maybe? >> that would be something different. that would be amazing. i would start freaking out. i would probably be jumping around in my room if that happened. >> well, take this opportunity to woo her. would you buy her flowers? would you give her chocolates? would you kiss her on the hand? what would you do to romance
her? >> i would probably do the flower thing. that seems like the gentleman thing to do. like i said before, i'm not trying to make it out to be something that it's not. i'm just there to go and celebrate the marine corps birthday with her. zblf lance corporal, i have to ask one last quick question. what does your commander say about this? >> you know, they're supporting me. they want me to understand that that this isn't about me, and it's about us as an organization. so we're going do go further in that and hopefully everybody can understand that. >> well, we're trying to play matchmaker. we hope it happens. good luck. >> let us know. >> have a great day. >> that's how you got your wife, right? >> fox & friends, bada bin bada bing ba da boom. >> apparently suing her wasn't enough. jesse is back with the new complaint about the widow of american sniper chris kyle.
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♪ it's your shot of the morning. think your yearbook picture was bad? take a look at these. >> the outfit matches it for sure. just in time for back to school. people are sharing their most awkward yearbook pictures to auk awkwardfamilyphotos. >> without a doubt. it's an app online. >> from bad hair styles to bad clothes, one unflattering photo is more awkward than the next. the mullets, the buzz cuts, the perms. >> the bull cut. >> the bull cut is beautiful. >> every cut in america is represented on this site. >> the mullet seems to be the favorite. >> for your awkward class photos, and boy, did you respond. you are such a great audience. >> wade tweets us thu. he says, i win. >> you do. the shades, everything. >> todaysy e-mailed us her sixth grade photo. >> that's pretty good. right there.
>> janice from 1950. she was in third grade. >> that's cute right there. that's adorable. >> and this photo is complete with big glasses. >> but then this guy sent in this picture. we don't know who this character is. this is shocking. >> that looks like -- >> who is that? >> look at that turtle neck, too. a great turtle neck, you know. nothing like a turtle neck. >> did you ever have the flat top with the used ed eraser. >> well, that's an easy word. we want to see more. >> we will mock you, but in a gentle, affectionate way. send pictures of yourself from schools. email@example.com. other headlines this morning. a creepy free candy van meant to be a joke scaring parents in a
suburb. it was covered in red hand prints and smears. the owner decorated it as a joke for the annual festival in the nevada desert, but parents don't find that funny. >> it felt like they were trying to track kids. >> it looked too fake to be true. but i didn't want to get a closer look, for sure. >> the owner said he was visiting a friend in the neighborhood and has not come back. a missing hiker, a woman saved after spending some nine days stranded in the wilderness. search teams finally located the 62-year-old, more than a week after she got separated from her hiking group in the sierra nevada mountains. the rescue operations was hampered by smoke. search crews amazed at her ability to survive. >> she had a water filter with her. she basically crawled from where she was injured down to a creek.
it took her two days to do that. she was able to drink from the creek with the water filter she had to stay alive. >> she is recovering from broken bones and is in the hospital. apparently the $1.8 million jesse ventura won for suing chris kyle is not enough. he now says it's meaningless because insurance covered the judgment for kyle's widow. well ventura saying they're out three-quarters of a million dollars, referencing his own court costs. he sued chris kyle for claiming the pair got into a bar fight. he continues calling kyle a liar. kyle was shot and killed two years ago by a veteran suffering from ptsd. and what was your child's favorite toy -- or what's your -- how about you? what was your favorite toy when you were a kid? industry experts say odds are legos. >> yes. >> the classic building blocks named the greatest toy of all
time thanks to the combination of fun, create iflt and cash value. other toys on the list, scrabble, the action man doll in third followed by the frisbee and monopoly. i always liked to be the scottie dog. >> you can't build a crossbow with scrabble. >> >> you can build a crossbow. >> or a sword made out of a stick. >> rick reichmuth. oh, there he is in the weather center. >> if you're going to make a sign, you're going to get on tv. come here. ch from el paso, texas. >> first time in new york? >> first time. >> love it. welcome. thank you very much. take a look at the weather maps. looking across the northeast. we have a warm day. in fact, we have a warm week coming. a heat wave will begin over the next few days. a few scattered showers in pennsylvania and new york. nothing to be a washout for anybody. so don't worry about that.
but it's going to be a hot day. down in the southeast, we're going to continue to watch all of the rain across florida. it will still continue to bring moisture in there. into the northern plains, at least the high plains, get ready for another hot day. temperatures in the mid to upper 90 ds across north dakota. rain showers across missouri and finally across the west, more rain into the pacific northwest. and we'll continue to see that throughout the day today and scattered monsoonal activity. guys? >> wow. all right. >> pizza pizza. >> it's actually a science experience. researchers determine the way you eat pizza reveal deep truths about your personality. you are being judged as you eat pizza. >> so the careful biter, you're considered a careful corrector. likes to go with what they know so they get predictable results each time.
you're a folder. >> usually out of utility, though. >> you're probably in a hurry. >> i'm a folder, foo. >> you're considered a driver. you're all about multitasking. it's about eating the slices as quickly as possible. you're fast paced and adventurous. >> and this is funny. i actually. i would normally eat it like this, too. you almost have to fold these. right? >> look at tucker? >> i put so many toppings at home i have to eat it with a knife and fork. >> it says they are considered a supporter, warm and friendly team players. >> that is you. >> thanks to our friends. is this grandma pizza? >> i have never seen the fold and the flip. >> here's the difference. >> a lot of tv people pretend to eat pizza, but i do. i've had my pizza limit for the year already, and it's only august. >> i take time off from the pizza. >> i could eat pizza every day. >> i'm eating because calories don't count when you're on tv,
right? >> i like to fold over for expedience. >> wow. this is ridiculous. >> the problem is you don't taste the the pizza. >> the point is not to taste the pizza. the point is to ingest the pizza. >> you have to be goal oriented pizza consumer. >> the journey is not the point. it's the destination, rick. >> let us know how you eat your pizza. hit us on facebook and twitter. here's a personal question. do you have a hangover right now? well, it turns out there's a better cure than a glass of water. if you're hungover, don't turn that channel. we may save your life. >> oh, i'm never drinking again. and does this scene look familiar to you? >> look at all your awards. that's great. >> he's my champion. >> i didn't know they made ninth place ribbons. >> oh, jack. they got them all the way up to tenth place. >> well, one teacher, this is the truth.
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criteria. tucker, over to you. does this scene look familiar to you? >> look at all your awards. that's great. >> he's my champion. >> i didn't know they make ninth place ribbons. >> oh, jack. they got them all the way to tenth place. >> everybody gets a medal. a teacher in that state implemented a no fail policy to students as long as they show up and keep their eyes open. they pass. and family therapist darby cox. welcome to you both. the lesson of the policy is clear. mediocre is good enough. as long as you are breathing, you'll succeed. but that's not an at tutd will take you far in life, will it? >> i don't think that's exactly the message they're trying to
send. if teacher is trying to establish an environment for them to grow. she's trying to establish a learning environment that if you're not a 99, you're not getting a 99. you cocome, and there's a place for you. . it comes across a little everybody gets to pass, makes you think, oh, i'm not going to do anything. but that's not what she's trying to do. >> let's go to the quote. this guarantee, states if you have a 90% attendance record, no missing assignments, put forth good efforts and display good/positive behavior throughout the year, then no matter what the grade is, i will pass them with a 70%. by the way, hats off to this teacher for being so direct and straight forward and honest about what her policy is. is she says it. so why is it bad to reward kids for effort? >> i don't think it's a bad idea to reward kids for effort, but i think the point of assessment in school is have the students learn the material. can they demonstrate proficiency or mastery in the subject matter
that the class is supposed to be teaching? and if they can't do that, they shouldn't get a passing grade. regardless of how often they show up. >> if it's a good idea, why not expand it toe say medical schools? as long as the surgeon shows up with a positive attitude, he ought to get an md. >> medical school is a school where you start off for the first year and a half. and many are trying to encourage group learning. we have learned that people retain better and children especially, if they are doing a hands-on project or group process. and that's how they learn best. in medical school, the first year and a half, many places is pass/fail. >> you made me not want to go to the the doctor. stewart. would you be comfortable flying on a plane if you knew the pilot had gone to a flight school with this policy, as long as he
showed a good attitude, he passed? >> well, that's the problem. we're not talking about pass/fail. even if you fail, you pass. i would be uncomfortable with a student getting a grade that reflected something they didn't earn. >> interesting. >> and the same thing with pilots and doctors. >> well, i think the more you know about the the actual criteria in higher education, maybe the more fearful you would become. thank you both of you for coming. that was really interesting. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> next up. is donald trump about to get passed by in the polls by dr. ben carson? we have new numbers. dana is going to join us to tell us what they mean. and what happens when owens wilson tries his hand at a series role? kevin mccarthy has seen it. he's going to tell you whether you should. stay tuned.
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him, his wife and two daughters. it's a very serious and intense film. we know him from his comedies. he does a brilliant job with the intensity of this character. what would you do in this situation? my only prok with the film really was the director used a little too much slow motion. when you're in a realistic situation, when you slow the action down, it makes it feel like a michael bay type of movie and takes away from the serious nature of the product. so overall, i thought a well done movie. a little too much slow motion at times. trz worth seeing. very, very intense. very violent and not for children. >> i think comedy. did he pull it off? >> he's an amazing comedic actor. he does a great job in this element. >> but speed it up. >> exactly. exactly. >> all right. >>. >> you want to talk about how the sliding scene was done. >> i did 14 interviews for a bunch of interviews coming out this fall.
one is called the maize runner. and still, he stars in teen wolf. he has a great shot in the new movie where he's sliding under the epic door. i wanted to now how he was able to pull that off as an actor. e check this out. >> when you slid under the door. i was geeking out. >> it was a green screen. and we did it like seven times. >> he did it. just ran and slid underneath? >> yeah, there was a few, wes was so funny. he kept going can you cut it a little bit closer? i think i'm going to hit it if i do. if i hit it, i would have broke it. >> yeah, and it was awesome. >> it was really cool, though, it was one of my favorite things we did. >> the first made over $344 million in the box taufs. $50 million that opening weekend. also opening is everest, a true story of a group of climbers
trying to clip the top of everest. i spoke to jake gyllenhaal about a powerful scene where the the characters talk about why they're climbing everest. i wanted to know the definitive reason jake gyllenhaal became an actor. check this out. >> reasons for doing it are, some mixed with strange things, you know, like i think deep down i found some great joy in even a little bit of performing. you know, when you're a baby or whatever, and you're like, you throw something on the ground and you see people pick it up and bring it back, oh, that's a feeling of performance. everybody performs in one way or another in their life. and i think there's some kind of join for everyone in it. >> and the answer from josh broe lin to michael kelly, from house of cards. all are available on my twitter. both those movies are opening up
in september. it's going to be a big september for a lot of movies this year. >> i bet you'll w567 them. >> thanks, kevin. >> well, plenty of close calls in those clips. we have two close calls with sharks. one taking a big bite out of a surfboard. look at that picture. another circling kayakers in the ocean. details on both scares coming up. plus, do you know how to protect your pets in the event of a disaster? we'll have some can't-miss-tips for every dog owner. ♪ love in the nation, what's precious to you is precious to us. ♪ love is strange so when coverage really counts, you can count on nationwide. we put members first.
it's a fox news alert. a career criminal back behind bars for the unprovoked execution of a texas sheriff deputy. >> lives matter. all lives matter. well, cops' lives matter, too. so why don't we drop the the qualifier and just say lives matter? >> the disturbing new details we are learning about the the alleged killer's background. and then a night at the ballpark turns into a tragedy when a fan plunges from the upper decks to his death in front of everyone. we'll tell you what went wrong and whether the team could be held responsible. terror at the ballpark, coming up. >> and is donald trump about to get passed up in the iowa polls by dr. ben carson? dana reacts to the the surprising new numbers today. mornings are better with friends and with dana perino. ♪ ♪ because i'm happy ♪ clap along if you feel like a room without a roof ♪ >> what is going on on our
plaza? it's the back to school kitty obstacle course. >> are we getting in on this? >> no idea. >> i will try a lot of things. >> the great appeal of the show is you never know what's going to happen. the truth is, we don't, either. >> and why you should never drive with less than a quarter of a tank of gas. how low can you go? >> i didn't know that. it's great to see you this morning. pete is sitting on the couch with us. >> thanks for having me. great to be here. it turns out he's no stranger to breaking the the law. ch a career criminal has been charges in the execution style murder of a texas sheriff deputy. >> we're learning more about the suspect, shannon miles. >> good morning, kristen. what can you tell us? >> investigators are saying what in fears. this is an unprovoked targeted attack.
that the shooter and the deputy did not know each other and he was targeted simply because he was wearing a uniform. shannon jay miles is behind bars charged with capital murder. in the pags he was convicted of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct with a firearm. but nothing explains why he walked up to the the deputy and shot him point-blank. as the deputy was dying on the ground, miles stood over him and kept on firing. he died at the scene. >> our asujs is he was a target because he wore a uniform. at this moment we found no other motive or indication it was anything other than that. >> last night hundreds of people showed up at the scene of the crime, a gas station outside of houston. he was 47 years old. he was with the sheriff office for ten years. he now leaves behind a wife and two young children.
he's the 23rd law enforcement officer to be shot and killd this year in the line of duty. sixth this month alone. very scary statistics. >> we are honored be joined by our friend dana perino. this is a trend, obviously. and without drawing too many conclusions, we want to be responsible. but it seems like the national conversation may be creating an environment with the stuff to become more common. >> and it's happening on a couple of different levels. one that we know about, we see hillary clinton or bernie sanders or martin oh mally. that makes news. you and i would all see. our viewers would watch. the other thing happening we don't know as much about is the social media push on black lives matter, and that is actually more powerful. it is happening at a level that
law enforcement has a hard time getting their arms around. and it's very real leadership, i would argue, that the white house needs to weigh in on this. and i think they should do it soon. >> your words are slr to what the sheriff is saying. how it's affecting police and how they do their job. >> some of the the dangerous national rhetoric that's out there today, our system of justice absolutely requires law enforcement be present to protect our community. ch so at any point where it ramps up to the point where calculated, cold-blooded assassination of police officers happen, this rhetoric has gotten out of control. we've heard black lives matter, all lives matter. cops' lives matter, too. >> that would be nice if that would catch on. . you're talking about how strong social media is. i think that's why a big segment of the population still thinks hands up, don't shoot still
happened. but it didn't. how powerful is it? and your background for being a press secretary for the white house, what does the press need to do on social media? >> i think they would get ahead of it. they did a whole social media thing about the iran deal and the movie "straight outta compton." it was preposterous and ridiculous. it's not going to help them. i think they're going to get votes anyway. they're good at social media. and also we know that black america will listen to president obama. all of us will listen to president obama. but there needs to be a very strong message. and he has done it in the past. but i think at this point when it becomes this egregious and this concerning for law enforcement all across the country, this guy was shot in cold blood from behind, and we all know that 99.9% of cops, they become cop ps because they want to help people and they're trying to help everybody. ch. >> but you really thing in the midst of a presidential campaign when the democratic party needs
to get this. this kind of rhetoric would be turned down? >> that's the danger. >> it is. >> but that's what leadership is for. and if you can't find democratic leaders willing to stand up and say something that might offend a big segment of who they think needs to turn out to vote, i don't think they should be president. >> speaking of the 2016 presidential race. there's a new poll from iowa. >> i'm only laughing because yesterday i heard on friday that this big poll was coming out at 5:00 p.m. on saturday. at 4:30 i'm waiting. oh, wait. it's 5:00 p.m. central time. i had to wait an extra hour. >> dana is on it, waiting for the polls. >> bernie sanders is gaining ground. hillary clinton is losing ground. the campaign has been broken up for a while.
but is this poll making the vice president? >> hillary clinton and bill clinton paid $100,000 for a rental in the hamptons in august. and she has to leave to go on campaign stops because her campaign is not doing well enough. she was in iowa, she went to minnesota. that meant that she is not comfortable enough in the hamptons for august. she has to get back out on the road. and still she slips. one thing i would point out. in 2008 when she was running against a few others. she was at about 29%. that's about the approval in the votes she got in iowa. eight years later with conceivably no competition, kpebt for a socialist, she's at 9:00%. so i think, yeah, they have problems in iowa. >> >> maybe when she introdiscusses herself and tells us where she's from. >> you know what has been
effective, the groups pushing against her for a long time. america rising has been focused on hillary clinton for a long time. this week i think the bigger poll, the problem is when they said the word association for her is liar and untrustworthy. m and there's excitement for bernie sanders. he's not going to become president. >> you're right. there's excitement. but there's questions on if he's viable. and then you have joe biden looking at these polls. they're looking at the national polls. if it dips below 40, there will be more interest. how close might he be? >> i think he's very close. i think the call he made saying i have to think about my emotional state, that's the leadup to the i announcement, enthen says i decided i don't have the emotion. >> it's drama to me. where does this leave the white
house? they have basically anointed hrkz. they've been pretty clear. >> i think the white house is playing with fire. they love politics. >> they know politics. >> they're going, well, we beat her. we think she's beatable. and i also think there's an exception for joe biden. and when he comes to the president in the dining room off the the oval office and they have a meeting with the president of the united states gives joe biden his blessing to run, and then they tell the media about that private meeting, tucker, there is something going on. and it is not just a flirtation. >> we're going to have dana weigh in on the republican side of the poll as donald trump and ben carson are staying strong there. nine minutes after the hour. is we begin with a fox news alert. a tragedy at the ballpark after a fan tumbles out of the stands.
fallinging 50 feet to his death. >> someone just fell over the upper deck right below us. they have to stop the game. >> during the seventh inning stretch, witnesses say a man lost balance while screaming at alex rodriguez. the victim just identified as 60-year-old gregory murray. police are still investigating, hoping to rule out that he was pushed or jumped. nobody else was hurt. the game did go on. >> and extreme weather hitting several states. in florida, fears of flash flooting as rem nants of erika moved in. and storms in the northwest leave two people dead. including a 10-year-old girl killed by a falling tree limb. strong winds also knocking out power, leaving nearly 300,000 people in the dark this morning. two terrifying shark
encounters. starting with a surfer who narrowly escapes a potentially deadly shark attack. >> it's wild. it seems surreal, like it didn't really happen. >> do you see the size of that bite mark? wow. chomp. eleanor says she was in california. she was surfing there when a great white shark swam under her board and chomped down. the huge bite mark left on the board. then in san diego, life guards shutting down a beach after seeing this video of a 10-foot hammerhead shark acting aggressively, following a kayaker back to shore. it's still unclear if the beach will reopen today. and things get testy between the rangers and redskins during a preseason game in baltimore. a linebacker goes in for the tackle but gives him a driver right on the head. players start a vicious shoving match before being broken up.
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explain what this means. i mean, the obviously observation candidates anti-establishment at the top stim. >> and this mirrors august of 2011, during the last cycle. there's a lot of similarities where you had people like michele bachmann at the the top. a washington person, but considered not establishment. this summer feel like our political world was a snow globe. we're going to settle in. >> smashed it on the ground. i i think the dr. ben carson piece is interesting. oh, yeah, he's kind of poplar. he sustained his popularity throughout the spring. he wasn't chasing news availability. he was very steady. i think where he does very well in iowa is with women.
i think it's because he's come. >> i agree with that. >> when something goes up, someone else has to go down. we've seen them go up in the recent poll. but governor walker, busgoverno bush, governor huckabee have seen steep declines. how would they bring the numbers back up? >> i think some of the campaigns would argue they're probably seeing better numbers. i think governor huckabee would say that. just this past week, they announced key staff hires in washington. there's no doubt son-in-law of the candidates are dealing with the fact that we have a national primary. >> usually the primary, you have it in iowa. you go to new hampshire and south carolina. because of the way the media works and social media. that's making a huge difference in the campaign in iowa this year. i would say the candidates who didn't do as well yesterday are looking at this saying i've got work to do. some of them have a lot of work
to do. when people start getting back from vacations and get back to school and work after labor day. that's when they have to lock it down. he's talking about his plan to track illegal immigrants the way fed extracks packages. >> when your time is up. three months, six months, nine months, 12 months, then we go get you. excuse me. thanks for coming. time to go. >> will it work? >> well, i think -- i've talked to other folks today. i think it got disstorted. it sounds like you would put a chip in somebody's ear or a bar code, and that's how you would track them down. i think he's trying to say technology can do a lot of things and help improve our system. he's going to be on fox news
sunday. he'll probably have to deal with the issue today, and he should have to. this is actually because we are talking immigration as a system that does not work. and part of that is the past two presidents have not been able to get legislation done. and everybody in washington is going to have to realize, they're going to have to eat venl tabls and crow as well, and actually fix the system. when people come in, if you can't get them to their hearings, of course they're going to melt into the shadows. they need to know they have a way. you can become an american citizen. right now the system is so broken, that my british husband, it took us years. we're experienced, smart, educated, we have means. it still took years. >> he's more pro american than a lot of americans. we're getting reports today that three top for the campaign are saying they were fired. others saying they quit.
>> i can't tell if the story is a big deal or not. well, there's three people moving. it's not like they were leaving to go to another campaign. when you see big key staff movements like that, that's important, but if the fund-raisers are moving and nervous, that's not good. that's disputed by the jep bush people in the article. >> have you ever seen anything like this? >> sure. should i give his name away? >> okay. josh holmes. he works for senator mitch mcconnell for many years. he's one of many pi go-to people on poll theics. as i've been agitated. as the snow globe swirls and i contact him. he's like, remember, this happened and this and this and this. he's very level headed. i he's one of the best political analysts out there. he'll probably be here tomorrow morning and never return my calls. >> our bookers are calling him
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ten years ago the united states was rocked by one of the worst natural disasters in our nation's history. and while the human toll from hurricane katrina was devastating, so was the impact on our four legged friends. an estimated 250,000 animals were displaced or died. and now the aspca is making sure when disaster strikes, every pet owner knows what to do. aspca senior director joins us now with essential safety tips. good morning.
thank you for being with us. >> chase got a haircut. he's looking good this morning. >> first when disaster strikes, what do we need to know to keep our pets safe? >> you mentioned how many people and animals were affected by hurricane katrina. we want to avoid the problems. it could take simple and easy and effective tests to prepare yourself. one in three people are not prepared. they don't know what they would do in the case of emergency. i want to run through the things today. >> perfect. number one. >> number one is the collar. you want to make sure they have a collar with the i.d. tag and contact information on the back. you also want to make sure the pet is micro chipped. you really want both. an animal collar can fall off and not everybody will know they are micro chipped. >> it's really not that expensive, is it? >> not at all. very, very easy to do. >> this isn't a problem for most of us. keep current photographs of your animals on your phone.
i probably take ten pictures of my dog baxter every day. >> absolutely. and we have a cell phone app that allows you to keep your photograph, veterinary information, micro information that's very helpful if they have to be p on the go and keep those things with you. >> and we ought to have stickers on the windows. any kind of emergency, there are animals inside. >> absolutely. let them know how many animals are there. what's really important is when you leave your home, please remove the stickers. we don't want first responders to use the valuable time and risk their lives. >> we need to know pet friendly shemters around us. >> absolutely. want all that information. pet friendly hotel. also some friends to take your animal for you if you need to. if you micro chip your pet. keep the information updated. if you move, that's not updated. it's useless in helping you
reconnect. >> and we talk about your hurricane survival kit. we need to think about our pet food and their medication, too. >> absolutely. absolutely. so this is an example of a go kit. and you really want to have what i call a go mentality. what can you keep together and move, you know, in short notice? and by the way, you need to know where you're going, what your evacuation plan is. so i have a lot of pets at my house. >> you're a cat man, huh? >> very proud. and i need to make sure during a disaster i'm not looking for carriers. i'm taking them out of a closet or basement or attic. i keep them accessible. this go kit needs food and water. you need to keep in mind, where am i going to put the food and water? you need bowls. they need collapsible and water proof bowls that are very useful. >> joel, thank you so much. and thank you for all you've done in the wake of disasters, like hurricane katrina. aspca. you do a lot. >> appreciate it. >> here's what's coming up on
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♪ you remember this, right? this is your shot of the morning bill de blasio isn't the only one eating with a knife and fork. >> gop presidential front-runner and new yorker donald trump seen here deliciously slicing into a slice of pizza. was he trying to be polite in front of sarah palin? no word on if he flip-flops on that. >> it turns out your pizza eating habits tells a lot about you. a behavior expert is revealing why that's the case. thank you to our friends at bleaker street pizza. >> i'm not a paid spokesman. but this is incredible. >> you see them around new york all the time because you're in a hurry. you are considered a driver, an influen influencer. >> and this is coming from
senior scientists. >> this is a random internet study. >> it's got ribbons behind this. >> you know, pizza hut's pizza crust is amazing. stooms sometimes i dive into the crust first, but very rare. >> you need the handle as a tool. >> you're spontaneous and live life to the fullest. if you use a knife and fork, which i have to do when i make pizza at home. i have so many toppings i have to use the knife and fork. that means you're a supporter. warm and friendly. >> that's donald trump. worm a warm and friendly. >> it means you're potentially a gener genocide maniac. >> what if you just pick it up and go wham? >> i think that's the most common way, right? >> yeah.
>> you prefer predictability and you stick to what you know. >> big thank you to bleaker street pizza. this is so good. extra garlic. >> thank you, bleaker street. >> onto other stories making headlines on your sunday morning. students at one of the top universities in the nation will learn about the 9/11 attacks through the eyes of the terrorists instead of the victims. unc chapel hill's freshman seminar class called literature of 9/11 sympathizes with the terrorists who sparked a national tragedy, presenting america as greedy, war hungry and corrupt, many say. required reading includes anti government books and poetry written by guantanamo bay detainees. none of the ratings use the attacks, as far as we can see, from the perspective of 9/11 victims. and a totally different kind of fire fight caught on camera. a brawl in broad daylight on top of a fire truck in washington, d.c. police say one man was trying to
get away from two others, who were chasing him. the man tried to get to safety by jumping on the fire engine, but the men followed him and started swinging. no one was seriously hurt. two of the men were arrested for assault. and mechanic comes face to face with a 75-pound mountain lion while opening his california shop. >> you never think it's going to happen to you. >> he was knocked to the ground after a big cat pounced on him while trying to run off. he called 911. after tranquilizing the animal, they poured water on her to keep her cool before releasing her in a remote area. and it's a college student's dream come true. a japanese noodle maker has perfected a ramen flavor ice cream. you can choose from two delicious flavors. soy sauce and curry. it's manufactured by the same company that makes the classic cup of noodles comes with
toppings like shrimp, diced meat, carrots or eggs. they promise it tastes the same as the noodles you love in the sty no wonder the tropical storm is still bringing a lot of moisture across parts of florida. we'll see areas, maybe up to five or six inches of rain over the next couple of days. because of that, all kinds of flood watches in effect if r much of the southern half of florida. you can see that on the satellite radar picture here, the moisture being streamed in. i don't think we'll see a regeneration of that storm, but
we'll let you know if something like that does happen. across the pacific northwest, we're looking at rain showers and some of that is certainly beneficial for the fires we've been seeing up there. cooler temperatures behind the front today and tomorrow. warm temperatures again all across the plains. all right. so if you are at home, a lot of people have gone back to school. it's back to school time. and here on fox & friends, we decided maybe you parents are having trouble trying to get back in the morning routine. we're giving kids a crash course of trying to get into the swing of things. we have a group of fourth through sixth graders joining us. we'll get them through a back to school obstacle course. are you ready? >> yeah. >> i'm going to explain as they're going. first thing you have to do is make a sandwich. this is so kids can make a sandwich on your own. you don't need your parents to make your sandwich? >> okay. >> you just said no, you are making your own sandwiches. on your mark, get set, go. all right. so the kids are making the
sandwiches because they can do it all on the own. this is going to save them all kind of time. they are making a turkey and cheese sandwich. a nice, healthy lunch. they have an apple. they have a juice box in there. but then they have to get their homework. so they're going to pick up homework inside the schoolhouse. and then they're going to put that into the the backpack, doing this all on their own. we have a clear leader here. then they're going to this ride their bikes to school through the obstacle course. oh, man. we have a leader here. i think these bikes are too small for actual riding the tricycle with their feet. all right. you are almost to school. oh! and then they have to put the bag into the locker. and get to their desk. the winner. very nice. you said you were going to be the winner.
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firms and do this stuff. it's ridiculous. we have to, at a minimum, we have to simplify. >> that was donald trump. what it's going to look like and what it would mean for you as a taxpayer. >> no one better to ask than the host of sunday morning futures, maria bartiromo. >> hello, guys. good to see you all. thank you. >> that was from your conversation with donald trump. you know him well. you've known him a long time. you know the subject matter. what do you think his plan for simplifying the tax code will look like roughly? >> he's going to eliminate the loopholes, is what he said. during the interview, he said he wants to cut taxes rgs number one. number two, he said it's so complicated. and i think everybody agrees. that's what he's saying when he says he wants to put h&r block out of business. he's also been saying a lot that
he wants to hold hedge mund managers. that suggests to me he means eliminating loopholes like the ones hedge funds have where they are able to treat earnings a fz they're capital gains. they get charged 20%, versus ordinary income. >> half the rate. >> half the rate. >> pretty good deal. >> and he's a politician who says he can't be baulgt and sold. a lot of these are the type that would be donating to campaigns, right? >> for sure. this is a big group of the population that's right now endorsing hillary. a lot of hedge fund managers are endorsing hillary. many are endorsing jeb bush. he is talking to the people not on his team, if you will. >> i know he hasn't rolled it out completely. he's planning to. is he saying it would increase revenue? revenue neutral? >> well, that's the question. that's why we need more on this.
you have to ask yourself, if you're going to cut taxes for everyone and level the playing field out, where does the revenue come from? and what do you need the money for? he's aggressive as in other. he said basically, he told msnbc, i'm the king of the tax code. he was promising that. >> the the republicans are pro-market party. when he goes after the hedge fund guys, i hear republicans chearing. i'm amazing. >> i think everybody agrees on both sides of the aisle here. the tax treatment, as treating income as capital gains at 20% is not fair. so i think that is something that sort of resonates with a big portion of the people. >> for sure. absolutely. it's a poplar theme. you should treat people fairly and simple. >> he would say pay your fair
share. president obama is talking about a much broader group of people, whom he is assuming doesn't pay their fair share. >> who is coming up? >> we have a great show. we're going to talk with a seniored senior adviser. we're coming off a massive global stock market rout. even after all the volatility, we have george mitchell. he's going to break news in in the show. he's endorsing the iran deal. we'll tell you about it in the next hour. >> that's amazing. >> thank you for doing it. >> thank you very much. thank you. >> coming up next, one college is promising to call the parents of kids if the kids are caught drinking. is it the answer to your prayers? >> that's a lot of phone calls. >> and do you wait until you're on empty to fill up your tank? . well, it could ruin your car. the tips you need to know to keep your engine running smooth coming up. mornings. wonderful, crazy mornings.
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they've had the name since the 1930s. revolution continues. feeling the pain at the pump but waiting until the last minute could cause even more pain for your wallet. a brand new survey found that every year 827,000 people ignore the car warning light. you know who you are. you see that red light. when you're running out of fuel. >> that's a big never. our next guest says the best way to avoid this and avoid extra costs is by never going around town with less than 1/4 tank of gas. lauren is a car coach and she joins us now. good morning. >> good morning. >> thanks for being with us. >> good to be back. >> what kind of damage can we do to our car if we go all the way to empty? >> first thing you'll do is pick up all the sediment in the bottom of the tank. if you have a good bottle of red wine, there's sed im. some of the tanks are plastic.
some are metal. you have rust involved, too. you have moisture. what happens is you'll burn out a fuel pump. this is a fuel pump from a late model car. the fuel gets picked up from here in the tank. it's in the bottom of the tank. can you burn out this pump. >> pricey. >> $1500. if you have a direct injection engine, you have everything under here that goes bad. all of these rails and pipe, you're getting freakishly. >> direct injectors, fuel line. >> straight to your wallet. modern cars have the red light warning. they tell you how many miles you have left. can't we rely on that? if i know how far i am from the gags station you can make it? >> running it down to empty isn't good no matter what. you can shorten the life of very expensive components. engines aren't what they used to be, no big deal, change a fuel pump. the other thing to keep in mind is it has to do with your driving style and fuel economy. it's only a gauge not precise to say you have five miles till empty. you should never run your
vehicle down that low. the car care council doesn't recommend it either. >> i remember a fuel times when i was 15, 17 years old. i was using pennies to put in the gas tank. you could never do it now. >> you wouldn't even get a gallon. >> i remember a few times coasting in neutral because i heard that was going to get me to the gas station. also, turning off the ignition at a stop light. you said that's a bad idea. why? >> remember the gm ignition switches where people were having accidents and deaths. when your car is in the off position there is no passive safety. airbags. all that collision warning is off. the car considers itself parked. never shut your car off when you're waiting at a light. a lot of hyper milers do it. it is not safe. >> been on a lot of road trips myself. fathers are associated with it assuming they can go farther. is there a difference between what men and women do? >> women tend to be safety conscious. we're getting close to 1/4. we'll stop here, use the restroom, move on. men are like, no, i can make it right to the end.
that's a survey. reality, everybody is different. there are tons of apps you can use to get the best price of fuel if you're on the road. >> lauren, thanks. >> lauren fit.com if you want to learn more. >> absolutely. >> more on "fox & friends" coming up next. ooh pizza rolls! ahh! they're ready! make summer awesummer with totino's pizza rolls. and get a free movie ticket when you spend $10.
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