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ever address a joint meeting of congress. >> here he is again pope francis in new york city down to st. patrick's cathedral for an evening prayer service. >> welcome to st. patrick's cathedral. >> a moment with a wheelchair bound teenager as well. he placed his hands on her face as he blessed her as the followers burst into applause. >> good morning to you. thank you so much for waking up this early with us. the pontiff has a big day, a huge one. in a few hours the pope heads out for his first full day in new york city, and it promises to be one for the record book. >> our chief religion correspondent is outside of the pope taefrps rare reresidents with details for us.
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good morning, lauren. >> a big change from last night. here on the upper east side the pope is staying with the papal's -- the vatican ambassador's to the u.n. last night was a big night. what you are looking at again is the welcome down iconic's 5th avenue as tens of thousands waved and shouted. he was greeted by governor mario cuomo and bill deblasio. during the prayer service with 2400 priests and by the clergy the holy father spoke of the spirit of gratitude and hard work. prayers for the victims at the hajj in mecca. >> i give assurances of my
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praye prayers. i unite myself with yours. >> as we said the pope as a full jam packed schedule. he will go to the u.n. to address members of the general assembly. he will focus on his theme of climate change and the refugee crisis. after that he will head to the 9-11 memorial on the lower east side for a multi phase event then he will motorcade through central park and visit a catholic school in harlem and then tonight a mass at madison square garden. he will be in new york less than 40-hours. he is scheduled to leave here about 8:00 in the morning. about three hours away, then he will head to the u.n. after that tomorrow he will go to philadelphia. heather? >> his stamina it just amazes
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me. am one event after another. nonstop. thank you so much. yesterday it was an emotional day for lawmakers on capitol hill. his holiness giving a historic speech to congress pleading for unity on both sides of the isle. garrett tenney mhas more on tha. >> for at least that one hour politicians from both parties came together to hear the words of pope francis. he challenged our national leaders to work in unity to address the world's problems here and abroad. he addressed climate change saying we have to take better care of environment. he called for protection of religious unit and praised the tradition fal family which he said threatened like never before. pope francis spent the most time addressing immigration. >> in this country thousands of
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persons leads to a better life for themselves and loved ones. this is not what we want for our children. >> many democrats said those remarks were an endorsement of their immigration policies. they gave pope francis a standing ovation. others saying there was nothing political about it. >> i think what he talked about was we have to have something that is humane. i believe in immigration reform but that doesn't mean we should have open borders. something we can treat people with respect. >> the pope calls for cooperation and that sense of unity. it didn't appear to last long, though. hours later republicans and democrats were fighting over a measure to defund planned parenthood. >> garrett tenney live for us. thank you, garrett. let's talk about the pope's
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visit to america? log on to "fox & friends first" facebook page for a live debate #keep talking. this duck boat tour vehicle slams into the side of a charter bus killing four college students and injuring 51 other people. patricia stark is live here with more. what led to this crash? >> they were starting a brand new chapter in their life, their first year of college. nearly 50 international students and staff from north seattle college were on board the charter bus heading to a new student orientation. witnesses say both vehicles were crossing the privilege in opposite direction when the duck tour bus suddenly lost control. >> we were coming around the curve he was pointing at the harbor. the traffic slowed down he veered out of control and spunning around people being
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thrown out of the duck vehicle. >> the force of the crash so powerful a huge gash was ripped in the side of the bus. 51 people were hurt ranging in ages from 17 to 61. 15 remain in critical condition. fighting for their lives in incen -- intensive care. >> it all happened so fast i didn't get a chance to see too much. then chaos every where, people in the street. >> it is not clear how many people were on board the duck tour vehicle. the names of the students killed in the crash have not been released as government officials work to notify their families overseas. this morning a teen with a national transportation safety board will arrive to investigate the cause of the crash. all duck tours have been suspended until monday. >> patricia stark live for us. thank you, patricia. >> six people dead, at least
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eight more hurt after a high speed chase with the suv rolling over. the driver at the scene was transporting illegal immigrants and sped away when police tried to pull them over for an investigation. it was packed with 13 illegals. three victims still in the hospital this morning. the two who ran off are now in ice custody. the aftermath of the stampede outside of mecca which left 700 people dead. more than 800 are injured today. this is the deadliest disaster to strike the pilgrimage in decades. many of the victims were crushed as they were on their way to perform a symbolic stoning of the devil. they are under taking the traditional pilgrimage. >> they will welcome chinese president to the white house this morning. it comes as the growing tensions
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over chinese cyber spying on the unite white house says the issu will come up during today's meeting. >> if the 2016 race comes down to fiorina and hillary clinton, fiorina would win. that according to a new quint p quinnipiac will poll. sanders beating clinton 36 to 40 percent and joe biden who has not announced if he will run or not has a 14 percent. >> voters might not be happy if they end up in the oval office. a fox news poll finds 56 percent of voters would not be proud to have trump as president. more than 50 percent would not be proud to have clinton in the office. who would they have be proud of
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? ben carson tops the list at 29 percent followed by clinton and carly fiorina. now to extreme weather over night. a tornado touched down in south carolina leading behind a trail of destruction. at least 12 houses. this was near charleston south carolina. damage of reports of people trapped inside. toppled trees and power outages for 9,000 people there. let's go to maria molina to look at the weather. >> there's a big area of low pressure across parts of the carolinas an the east coast. that's why we are seeing unsettled weather. that will continue as we head into this weekend. you can see that on the radar over the last 18 hours the storm system bringing in moisture including the mid atlantic, the carolinas and further west across northern alabama and into
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georgia. a lot of cold air loss. we will be seeing more storms over the weekend. several inches of rainfall out here. it will remain rather unsettled. expect cooler temperatures as well. krar lee, temperatures a -- we e temperatures in the 30's in c e caribou maine. you mentioned the storm system and it will be cool out there. 65 degrees for the high temperature in atlanta. meanwhile in the plains continuing to feel like summer. temperatures widespread in the 90's across texas and oklahoma. heather and ainsley. >> thanks maria. we will check back for you. >> it is a big day for apple fans. new iphones go on sale today. people have been lining up for days to get their hands on the new 6 s and 6 s plus models. the phones feature a bigger screen 3-d touch and improved
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cameras. they will sell up to 13 million this weekend up from 10 million last year. prices start at $199 with a two-year contract. in the 4th quarter that gave big blue a big lead over washington redskins. the giants would hold on to win 32 to 21. it is marco rubio verses debbie wasserman schultz. the venue fight that has the gop contender furious. >> 'tis wife has been snapping selfies with hillary clinton. kanye west has another candidate in mind for 2016. the gop contender he just called brilliant. >> it is a playground game. they have been playing this for
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years, but when school says that tag is too tough. the decision leaving parents infuriated.
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sympathizers. the level of desperation that entered the democratic party, their frontrunner is in trouble. >> calling this a false controversy. thank you, ainsley. pope francis has a very busy day ahead in new york city. first up this morning he will be delivering a speech to the u.n. general assembly. >> we are live with a preview of the pope's address. good morning, robert. >> good morning to you. the pope is due in the u.n. at about 8:30 this morning. he will spend two and a half hours here. he has taken them by storm. he arrived late yesterday afternoon took a helicopter to manhattan. last night he presided over an evening prayer service at st. patrick's kcathedral. it was busy night. a buzz de sgla, he will become
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the fourth pope to address the u.n. while visiting the united states. we are expecting him to strike some of the same themes that he did yesterday before congress ie climate change and immigration among other topics. he is a holy father who has managed to transcend not only borders but politics as well. from here he heads down to the 9-11 memorial and museum. >> robert moses, thank you. it will be a very busy day. president obama meantime will see russian president vladmir putin on monday for the first time in more than a year. they will meet at the u.n. general assembly. the barely spoken to each other in more than two years. the two are talking the crisis in syria and the situation in the ukraine. the phone meeting between vladmir putin and elton john finally happened at least so
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the car ended up on its roof trapping the driver inside. emergency crews were able to get her out. they rushed her to the hospital with serious injuries. none of the construction workers were hurt. the childhood game of tag, just a fun game, right? >> tag, you are it. >> not fun and games according to one school in washington state. the mercer island school district banning the game of tag on the playground. the reason for this? they say it is a hands off approach to recess to ensure the physical and emotional safety of all of its students. >> parents there are not happy. >> this decision needs to be reevaluated with input from the kids and input from the community. >> i totally survived tag. >> i even survived red rover,
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believe it or not. >> free speech is challenged when pro-life fliers are taken down. the twitter account posting this picture with the caption we had fun with the college republican posters tonight. let us know if we missed any, guys. the college republicans say they only posted the fliers two hours before the tweet was sent out and the posters were taken down. american university says there's no au justice league on the campus. the tweeter account has been deleted. attention walgreens customers your prescriptions could be delayed. lauren simonetti from fox business here to explain. lauren? >> if you are planning on heading over to wall screens to get a prescription it may take longer because of issues with the data base. as a result they have been filling prescriptions by hand. customers at all 8200 wall
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got to have that candy corn. thank you so much, loren. to find t -- thank you so much, lauren. it is 25 minutes after the top of the hour. will /* he says about being taken into custody for the homemade clock. >> the coach accused of ordering their players to target a ref during a high school football game.
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>> it is friday september 25th. pope francis in new york city with housthousands of hopefuls giving an address to congress. what can we expect today? we have fox team coverage.
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>> hurricane leveling homes and leaving by extensive damage. the images just coming in. >> shine any new apples hitting the shelves. the new iphone for fans who have been lining up for days. what you need to know before you go for the upgrade. >> start spreading the news. pope francis is now in new york city. but not before making history on capitol hill. (applause) for the second day in a row thousands gathering to catch a glimpse of pope francis. >> later on pope francis landing
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in new york city. he rode right down 5th avenue to st. patrick's cathedral for an evening prayer service. >> welcome to st. patrick's k cathedr cathedra cathedral. >> the pope sharing that special moment with that little girl in a wheelchair. he placed his hands on her face as he blessed her as a proud of faithful followers burst into applause. >> good morning. welcome to "fox & friends first". it is half past the top of the hour on this friday. the pontiff has a very big day in the big apple in just a few hours the pope heads oh out for his first full day in new york city. it promises to be one for the history books. >> lauren green is outside the pope's temporary resident on the upper east side with what is ahead for today's schedule. >> a lot of stuff is on the
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schedule. it is jam packed. it is the upper east side. the pope is probably sleeping it i hour. there's a heavy police presence you can see behind me. ironically this humble man is in one of the most elite and expensive neighborhoods in new york city between 5th and madison here. but he is staying at the residents of the papal news the ambassador to the united nations. last night as you said it was worth recapping a hero's welcome down 5th avenue wias tens of thousands waved and shouted at saint cath matthew's cathedral. the holy father spoke of the spirit of gratitude and the spirit of hard work. one unscripted moment prayers of the victim of the tragedy at the hajj near mecca.
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>> i give assurances of my prayers. i unite myself with yours. >> the hopope has a full packed schedule today. he will address the members of the general assembly. he will focus on climate change and refugee crisis. he will head to the 9-11 memorial for a multi phase event. a motorcade through central park. he will visit a catholic school through harlem and madison square garden. he will be in new york city less than 40-hours and he heads to philadelphia. >> busy schedule for him. lauren green live for us this morning on the upper east side. >> yesterday on capitol hill it was an emotional day as his holiness pope francis gives a historic speech and strives for
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unity. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, ainsley. both sides of the i'll found reaso -- aisle found moments to cheer. they applauded addressing climate change. the overall issue of immigration was addressed. >> thousands of persons led in search of a better life for themselves and for oil ones. that's not what we want for our children. >> conservatives found reason to cheer as well as the pope offered a strong defense of religious liberties called for the protection of traditional family and referenced abortion saying life is sacred at ever are i stage of development. marco rubio was also quick to say he doesn't see any disagreement between the pope's
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remarks on the environment and conservative policies. >> the there doesn't have to be a conflict between the environment and the economy. it has to be driven by the market and innovation. not by those who pick winners and losers. you know what you get when you pick between the winners and losers? you get solyndra. >> the sense of unity didn't abe appear to last long. they were again fighting over a measure to defund planned parenthood. >> garrett tenney live for us in washington. >> looets keep talking about the pope's visit. what do you think about his message thus far? you can log on to "fox friends first our facebook show for a live debate. right now we have extreme weather from overnight. a tornado touches down from south carolina leaving behind a
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trail of destruction. at least 12 houses near charleston were damaged with reports of some people trapped inside. the it caused trees down good morning, maria. >> good morning heather and ainsley. storm systems possible in south carolina with the upper level storm system in place. it is bringing in a lot of low pressure across the carolinas bringing in areas of rain and storms as well. potential for unsettled weather to continue for several days out here. with several inches of rainfall forecast. along coastal areas beach erosion will be a concern. temperature wise feels like summer out there temperatures in the 90's.
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because of that storm system further west across the rockies temperatures well above average. triple digits and middle to upper 80's through western parts of montana. let's head over to you heather and ainsley. >> a horrific scene on the streets of seattle after a tour vehicle more than 50 students and staff were on board the bus. the duck tour boat slammed into a bus. >> we were coming around the curve and we were pointing out the harbor. next thing i know the traffic slowed down and veered out of control. we hit the bus and started spinning around. people were being thrown out of the bus.
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a team with the national transportation safety board will arrive and investigate the case. >> 1700 people were trampled. it was the dead list disaster to strike the pilgrimage. many were crushed as they were on their way to a symbolic stoning of the devil. 2200 people were taking the pilgrimage which started on tuesday. >> hand you have ks and embarrassed in school is kind of cool. the clock kid ahmad mohamed has a new outlook on his fame. >> it was kind of cool. the reason i felt cool about it is i knew i was innocent. >> the 14-year-old appeared on comedy central the nightly show to talk about his recent arrest for bringing a homemade clock
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into the class. he can laugh about it now but at the time it was scary for him. >> a high school coach resigned after admitting to slamming a rfr rein the game. the coach told them to go after the ref after he yelled racial slurs to him. he has been moved to an alternative school tore 25 days. the coach de -- ref denies he said any racial slurs. >> woman admitted to having a few alcoholic drinks while pregnant. a third admitted to binge drinking. it raises the risk of birth defects and fetal alcohol syndrome. nursing mothers should never drink alcohol including wine. >> have not done it. someone became a padre. a woman gave birth to a baby boy named levi in the third inning of last night's game against the
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giants at the park. >> park officials tweeting out we welcomed a baby boy in to the world. first baby to be born at pet co park. >> season tickets forever. >> that's a good idea. >> it is now 20 minutes before the top of the hour. proof no good deed goes unpunished. wait until you hear what happened to the teenager who took down a bully punching a blind classmate. >> a pastor will now be carrying a gun in church. >> and pope francis causing a security scare on the streets of new york. the potential grief hours before the pope's arrival.
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>> it is a holiday for iphone lovers. what do you need to know before you get the upgrade. >> good morning. you need to know a lot. you think the pope draws big crowds. wait until you see the lines for the new iphone 6 and 6 plus in new york and around the world. full page ads were taken out by apple to tout the new feature. it takes you through what to expect if you were getting the newest pmohrough all of this. expect better selfies. the face time fronting cameras has better resolution and front flash plus you can take live photos. you take a snap and it gets a still and quick video of you. someone will have to explain that to me at some point. there's a new color for the phone. rose gold. it is made inial aluminum the strongest alloy ever used on an iphone.
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stronger glass for those of you who drop your phone. the new cover glass is the strongest it has ever used. you no longer have to press the home button if you want to use sere re. there's faster internet when you connect to wi-fi networks and get more speed from lte when you are roaming. there's a fitness tracking feature. so get moving. experts say what's the best price you think you can get? should i change my data plan. isn't that a great question. what is in the leasing agreement if you have to sign a contract? can i trade in my old phone and finally what's the quality of service i am going to get? the questions all could help you get a better deal on kind of expensive phone but it might be worth it from what i just told you. >> especially if you take a lot of fef sees. -- selfies. >> which we all do. >> to find cheryl on the fox business network log on to >> it doesn't seem to care so much about our trees apparently.
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over the past decade a federal agency has spent more than $92 million on store office furniture for the epa. it all ranges from fancy chairs to an $800 drawer to store pencils. the epa says the agency needed all of this furniture after moving into a new building. >> thank you ainsley. the final shut down the gun shop closing it is doors for good. they will pack it in next month over increasing the aggressive city gun regulations. the manager said rules like handing over tape from 17 surveillance cameras are becoming too burdensome. his way to keep firearms off the streets. >> a north carolina pastor is taking the church message into
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her hands with a strong message for any one who is looking at harming someone at their church. >> you will not harm our church. if you do come this way i will make sure that you are ready to pay the cost. >> pastor brenda stevenson is taking concealed carry classes and will bring a gun to the church where she preaches. she says her members support her decision. >> it is now 47 minutes after the top of the hour. an iraq war veteran taking on the black lives matter movement. thousands of people lining up to see the pope. how many knew his name? >> what's his name? >> jimmy. >> georgio. >> alexandria. >> one person said jimmy.
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it is a watters' world you have to see to believe. >> are you kidding me? they don't know the name of the guy who is in the city. >> pope jimmy. >> can't hardly wait to see that. also on "fox & friends" continuing coverage of the pope right here in new york city. boehner got a little weepy. when is it okay for guys to cry? doctor keith ablow will weigh in on this. there is a pizza that has the face of the pope. plus, an ex cia agent with spy secrets that can change your life. kevin mccarthy's weekend movie review. we will take you all through the city following around as the
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pope comes to new york city. you will see it live on "fox & friends."
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friends first." an iraq war veteran takes on the black lives matter movement in an op-ed. he's a newspaper columnist for wesleyan yufrmt he's criticizing the black lives matter movement because they created and environment that advocates violence. there was a firestorm of criticism, as you can imagine. but the university administration is defending his right to free speech. a heroic california teenager comes to the rescue of a blind classmate. you have to see this.
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now, he is being punished. >> here's what's happening. that is a bully who was caught on camera punching a blind student. after this footage went viral on youtube, huntington beach -- they kicked cody off the football team. the bully facing a misdemeanor battery charge. a petition to get cody back on the team is launched online. >> really? >>. clergy confusion. crowds blocking traffic to get a glimpse of this wax figure pope riding around in a fake pope-mobi pope-mobile. it was a publicity stunt for madam tussaud's. they had no idea it would cause a major security scare. they apologized. to get a glimpse of pope francis while in america.
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how much do they know about the holy father? jesse waters took to the streets of new york to find out. >> excited for the big guest we're having here tomorrow? >> who is going to be here? >> what? >> i think that's something big is going to happen here. >> a swarm of locusts. >> there's going to be a huge -- i hope you get to high ground. >> take a wild guess, what's his name? >> pope. >> what is the pope's name. >> pope's name is german. >> no, he's not german. >> polish. >> no he's from south america. >> john something or that was the last one. >> that was two popes ago. >> jimmy. >> alexandria. >> jesus. >> not pope jesus. >> what country is the pope from? >> if he's a holy power, maybe
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heaven. >> do you know where the pope lives now? >> traveling all over the world. >> poland. >> do you know what religion the pope is? >> i'm going to go with baptist. >> mormon. >> buddhist. >> do you know what catholics believe in? >> they worship mary instead of jesus. >> lot to learn. >> well the time now is five minutes until the top of the hour. stalking your ex-on social media, you better not. could impact your health. hey america, still not sure whether to stay or go on that business trip? ♪ should i stay or should i go well this fall stay with choice hotels two times and earn a free night. when it comes to business, you always have a choice.
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before we leave, here's what's happening today. the pope spends a first full day in new york city. he meets with leaders at the u.n. and heads for the 9/11 memorial and ends with a mass at madison square garden. a tornado touched down in south carolina. 9,000 people left without power now. the new apple iphones go on sale. the updated 6 and 6 plus models will feature bigger screens and better cameras. time now for the good, the bad and the ugly. >> the good first. jackie ban i can't delivering a baby boy -- baby girl named jude. weighs in at 7 pounds 13 ounces. mother and child are doing fine. up next, the bad. break up with your beau. stay off facebook. checking your ex's page is an
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unhealthy way to cope. it could prolong stress. the agents in philadelphia seeking pounds of cocaine. pumpkins and squash from costa rica valued at more than $6 million. we laugh you, jackie. glad you had a healthy baby. "fox and friends" starts right now. >> bye. good morning to you. it is friday, september 25th, 2015. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. this is a fox news alert. pope francis takes new york. blessing a wheelchair bound girl and cancer survivor. sandra lee at st. patrick's cathedral. more on the pope's message to america on our live team coverage for you. and pop quiz. which of these three candidates would americans be most proud to have as our commander in chief? ben carson, hillary clinton or carly fiorina? we have the envelope. the results coming up in about two minutes. >> i hate when you leave me


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