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♪ hello friends good morning. today is sunday the 4th of october, 2015. it's a fox news alert. two major stories breaking at this hour. a once-in-a-lifetime flood pounds the east coast as the coast guard continues to hunt for a missing cargo ship and 28 americans on board. the latest developments on both stories from overnight. and hillary clinton returns to "saturday night live" with a message to donald trump. >> just so darn bummed. anybody anyone wants to talk about is donald trump. >> donald trump? isn't he the one that's like oh,
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you're all losers. >> well trump joins us later in the show but that was hardly the only hit on the republican field. >> have you ever seen this father-son smackdown synchronized to the real thing? >> don't do it! >> pro wrestling fan i am impressed. dad and season will join us live this hour in the square circle. get it. it's wrestling. "fox & friends" begins right now. all right. we begin this hour with an extreme weather alert. deadly flash flooding in south carolina. a night of powerful downpours in charleston. just look at that. roads turned into rivers. neighbors forced out of their
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homes. president obama declaring state of emergency and ordering federal aid to that area. >> five weather related deaths have been reported along the east coast but the u.s. is being spared the full fury of hurricane joaquin. >> and coast guards are searching for a cargo ship. >> 33 people majority americans on board the ship when it vanished on thursday. the company owning that ship still holding out hope. >> there's really a strong sense of family, of closeness that you see in this community of mariners that we're a part of and a great sense of hope and optimism. >> the life ring was found 75 miles away from the ship's last known location. it means they are looking in the right place. we're tracking both storms and we have a look what to expect today. why was this ship there in the first place
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>> that's one thing. when you think about what the seas were like at that time, you find a life ring in the right area. imagine how far that thing can drift when you have 130 mile-per-hour winds. we're still dealing with waves. that's where we have hurricane joaquin getting close to bermuda. down in the bahama chain the waters will do much better today and a good day for searching. i think they will be able to get a lot of work done on that. we're still watching the storm. we still have a tropical feed from joaquin and still directly in south carolina. areas around charleston county 12 to 18 inches of rain since this started yesterday morning into friday night. we're talking about all kinds of records broken as far as all time rainfall events but continue to see this flooding. we have more rain coming here throughout the day today. in fact, some really significant rainfall totals still to come.
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we'll see some areas likely another eight to ten inches of rain. we're not done with this until really monday evening. it's finally all out of there. we still have more rain, flooding going on and as we speak right now there's all kind of water rescues going on across the state. you have to stay inside if you can unless you've been evacuated. very dangerous situation continuing. "saturday night live" has returned to television. new season started last night. political year and it was a very political show. include appearance of hillary clinton and imitation of donald trump. >> donald, he's so smart, so good with the media. he knows if he says the craziest things he'll go up in the poll numbers. >> no, no that's just not true. i don't just say outrageous things for poll numbers i speak from my heart. >> i hear your numbers are going down this week.
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>> mexicans are stealing my children. >> he's genius. i don't get how critics say he has no ideas or plans because he has so many. tell them your plan for the economy. >> very simple. i get in there, taxes go down, everybody gets a job, salaries go way up. we build a wall. it's huge. over in china they are going to say now that's a wall. here's the bottom line. i'm just like you, a regular joe but better. >> producers and the writers of the show are eating up this political season and you were talking about the imitation of donald trump and hillary clinton. >> they need someone new for that. >> i think he was great. i thought he was fantastic. i thought he was spot on. here it is. bottom line. comedy should be a little
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uncomfortable. he's been known as a guy who wants to deport people. it's uncomfortable being on top. he's number one guy right now. do you think they are doing skits about bobby jindal. >> yesterday bernie sanders running for the democratic nomination gave a pair of rallies. the one in boston drew 20,000 people. it was the biggest of the year. all policy. full hour of what bernie sanders would do to and for america. meanwhile, his chief opponent, hillary clinton was in the studio over at 30 rock preparing for "saturday night live." what an interesting split. >> her poll numbers have been sagging. it's an effort to get her out there to be more likeable, more approachable. this is hillary clinton going face to face. watch this. >> i'm just so darn bummed.
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anyone anybody wants to talk about donald trump. >> donald trump? isn't at the one that's like oh, you're all losers. >> that's him. that's him. >> do you think he'll win the primaries? >> he must. i want to be the one to take him down. i will destroy him and i will mount his hair in the oval office! >> well that's kind of a lot. maybe you should take a vacation. >> what is that? >> vacation. >> somebody say vacation?
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oh, my god, they're multipling. >> remember this summer when hillary clinton cut her vacation short when poll numbers went down they rented that amazing home in hamp, the better get back to the campaign trail. >> so hillary clinton tweeting after the appearance if you vote for me, you'll get eight more years of mckennan. >> they just made fun of her relationship with her husband. she has to sit through this. can you imagine? whatever that takes that's the message. hillary clinton is determined. if it helps she will do it. >> i think she came across as more likeable in this than when she was on "ellen" and trying to learn how to do the, watch me nay-nay. it was awkward.
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it is scripted. that's the power of "saturday night live." this is a campaign ad that you can't buy. >> it worked for sarah palin. remember when she was on snl and poking fun at herself? a lot of people thought eight showed her in a different light. remember her poll numbers ticked up, i believe right after her appearance. >> you saw her side-by-side with tina fey. >> in tend it didn't help too much. >> go to our facebook page. let us know your thoughts. >> on this weather story making headlines. new overnight. doctors without borders leaves kunduz, afghanistan after a u.s.-led from air strike kills women and children. the medical aid charity says it should have never been hit.
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>> km >> communicated several times with all parties in afghanistan gave locations with gps coordinates and this we repeated. >> u.s. and afghanistan launching a joint investigation. the gunman who opened fire inside a classroom at an oregon community college killing a teacher and eight students killed himself after a gunfight with police officers. investigators says he did it just two minutes after police arrived. family of 16-year-old survivor cheyenne fitzgerald sharing the final moments. she only survived by playing dead. >> she's starting to remember the events and what happened. she was asked what her religion was and didn't say anything. >> fitzgerald also says the killer singled out a male
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student telling him quote, you're the lucky one and made him watch as his classmates were gunned down. the gunman gave him a package to pass on to police sparing his life. she's trying to show her softer side on the campaign trail. does hillary clinton have a dark and violent past? a new bomb shell book by roger stone and robert morrow called clinton's war on women. it alleges that a string of domestic abuse by hillary where she flies into rages and even beat up bill. one account includes her anger during the lewinsky scandal where she slapped him in the face and threw an ashtray at his head and yelling at secret service for not carrying her luggage. wild night in college football. clayton, you want to take this? >> in the pouring rain, notre dame got beat up by clemson. the fighting irish rallied late
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but they miss ad two-point conversion to tie the game with seven seconds left. final score, 24-22. in indiana almost a monumental upset against ohio state. buckies survived again against the hoosiers. the gators defense shutting down the rebels offense. final score of that game 38-10. and those are your headlines. >> thank you. still ahead, desperate search for the missing cargo ship continues. did that ship have to set sail straight into a hurricane? why was it there in the first place? was there a way to avoid it? a captain who sailed those waters before is next. >> is vice president joe biden finally ready to announce he's running for president? will we? we've got some hints.
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search crews battling extreme weather conditions of hurricane joaquin. they found a life ring from the missing el faro cargo ship. but the crew has not been found. what happened and is there hope of fining any of the crew alive? joining us now is captain of his own offshore research vessel, tim taylor. great to see you. so, a ship like this over 700 feet long seems like it would be
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invulnerable against a storm like this but these ships can go fast. >> these ships are carrying massive weight cargo. this ship is as big as the "titanic." but they lost control. they losteerage. they had engine failures for whatever reason. that's not clear as of yet. water intake. if they lost their steerage and can't steer into the sea and control the ship they are at the mercy of the weather. >> one message received by the coast guard we're taking on water we think we're under control but then nothing else. that suggests something happened and happened fast. how quickly could that happen? >> in nanosecond. it changes the center of gravity of the ship and it keeps going and that can be catastrophic. >> this has happened before. how likely is it that a capsized
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event like that is survivable? >> it's survivable but generally if they are mustering to a station to abandon ship the 33 crew are gathering to get in lifeboats. it happened so fast they were all in their work areas, whether engineering or at the helm or wherever they are on the ship, survival is less likely because they have to get out of the ship and up to the top. >> if you're below deck you're in trouble. what's the process of getting off. the lifeboats are not like the ones from the "titanic." >> they are not the deployable type. some vessels you get into, totally sealed and launch off the ship automatically. these look like you have to lower them down. there has to be some physical effort. if you're in the middle of heavy winds and seas which changes the characteristics, you may not be able to use one side or the
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other. all of it adds a degree of difficulty. every time you add something to that list your odds change. >> a life ring has been discovered by searchers. that sounds ominous. is it? >> it's a good thing they found something. it's some place to look. they were looking yesterday in seas that were still very, very large. visibility was very limited. if they are not looking for a ship they are looking for 25-foot lifeboat, whole different story. a lot of sea to cover, you know. i think there's still a lot of hope that there's some survivors. >> gosh, tim taylor, great to see you this morning. thanks for that. coming up faith under fire. the aclu suing a catholic hospital system. we'll report. homeowners outraged after they
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welcome back. some quick headlines. a mammoth size discover at a michigan wheat farm. a farmer finds a rare historic mammoth while installing a sewer pipe. the bones are believed to be up to 15,000 years old.
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a massive fight at a texas football game. both benches rush field. police had to be called to break it up. fight didn't phase the cheerleaders. they cheered through the whole ordeal. 23 minutes after the hour. a new development for homeowners in murray, utah, fighting to keep their american flags flying. last week the hla president stressed why the flags need to be taken down. >> flags are flown on holiday events. we're trying to regulate is when they go up and when they go down. >> well that board president has since resigned. now our next guest is waiting to find out if she can still keep her american flag flying. joining us now with the latest on this flag fight chestnut place condo resident erin. flags are flown on holidays and need to be taken down afterwards this is what the regulation says.
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all exterior decorations must be removed within ten days after a holiday. please remove your flag. how does that make you feel? >> very frustrated and angry. >> the flag we're talking about here is the stars and stripes, or it's american glory. it's not some skull and cross bones or the iconic infamous isis black flag. what's offensive about the american flag. why does that need to be taken down >> i'm not sure why she finds it offensive. >> well, she since resigned. is that because there's been backlash from the rest of the community? are people supporting your stance on this? >> yes. the majority of the homeowners are supporting me. i talked with more than half of them and they are in support. i have not heard about any backlash. i know she's not a very favored person in this community. >> you say there's some buzz you may be the next president. >> i've been told by a few
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residents they are going to nominate me at the meeting. >> i want to know what the american flag means to you. i know you have family history. your father and both grandfathers serving in the navy. what does flying your flag outside your home nene you >> it means to me that the men and women who serve our country do a job that i could not do. it's my way of saying thank you to them and honoring their sacrifice that they do every day not just on holidays. it's my way of saying thank you without putting them on-the-spot. >> a lot of people say americans are forced to kind of apologize for our strength and prosperity when we should be encouraging patriotism. thank you for your time and leapt us know how everything pans out at that next meeting. >> i will. thank you very much. 26 minutes after the hour. new york city mayor de blasio want museums to break down their staffs by race. if they don't we're told he'll
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for your free home care planning guide. we're tracking extreme weather alert this morning. soaked and saturated. neighbors in south carolina waking up to another dangerous day of rain and flooding. >> president obama declared a state of emergency in the state as the storm washes away roads, turns roads and parks into waterfront properties. >> what are people down south dealing with this morning >> a lot of roads washed out. some interstates to be washed out once this settles a little bit. so many rivers are cresting at their all-time record levels. you see some of these rainfall totals here. this is just some doppler estimates. we have estimates over 17 inches of rain in charleston. take a look at this video. i want you to get an idea how
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scary that looks. those are cars completely submerged and people still trying to drive through sway bad idea. in many cases you get stuck and then weighed out through that which is very bad. you can see it's windy along with this. wind not necessarily from joaquin but wins nonetheless up to 15 to 30 miles per hour. major problems there. take a listen to what one woman had to say as she was trying to get to work a block away. >> i have lived here for 15 years and never seen that before. i'm trying to make to it the hospital. i'm a fellow at the hospital. i live one block that way. i tried to come this way and the water was up to my waist. >> so you're trying to get to hospital. people trying to get to the hospital to work. it gives you and idea how dangerous this is. if you can at all, you need to stay home. we still have more rain being funneled in here. incredibly heavy rain.
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flash flooding concerns going on especially this morning along interstate 26. stay off that if at all possible. take a look at this. still some spots here those darker areas 10 to 12 inches of rain up to myrtle beach it will target today. >> side streets and main roadways washed out could be a long time before folks can get out. >> wow. thanks a lot. we've got news from new york city this morning. mayor bill de blasio, his administration has ordered all museums in the city to fill out detailed racial and ethnic diversity stats on forms. they have to explain to the city the color of the people who work at the museums and if they fail to do this they don't get funded. >> this process that they are going through is costing $150,000. it's private funding. think about what that money could have gone to instead? how about adding to the arts community and bettering the exhibits or adding to education
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programs for children there. >> this is absolutely happening, i spoke to a high level member of one local museum here in manhattan who said that it's actually beyond that. the culture at the museums is such that if we put up a painting from a white person in one of these galleries we have to think about the implication of hanging a painting by a minority artist next to that painting just so somebody wouldn't be offended when they look at a painting from a white artist. >> this is happening at every level of the government and state of the union. the federal government requires their contractors to do that. why is this a bad idea? when the government takes account of people's race they can't help but treat people differently? government is not allowed to treat people differently because of their race. new york falling apart? people sleeping on the streets.
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>> mayor guliano talked about the degradation of this city. the welfare to work will be slashed. getting people to get back to work, proving that they are out there looking for a job, no we don't think that's necessary. >> have you been in midtown recently? 20 people are sleeping on the street. that might be a priority -- that's the camera crew. no it that might be worth addressing before the racial composition of your museum staff. >> or what type of paintings are being hung. >> don't walk through midtown. >> that's why i got through times square. friends let us know your thoughts. we do have some other stories we're following. the brand new report saying vice president joe biden could decide on a presidential bid as early as next week. sources say biden could be waiting for hillary clinton's
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poll numbers dropping even further. he will not be rushed. they say biden wants to make sure his family is ready for a white house run following the death of his son beau. it's a fight for faith as the aclu takes on one of the largest catholic hospital systems in the nation. the aclu is suing trinity health corporation for not aborting babies because they say it's unethical to provide emergency care for women suffering complications. they follow ethical and religious directives and don't perform abortions. they are looking to dismiss the suit. a texas walmart worker resigns after he records a parking lot fight and posts it online. >> no. you got to stop. stop. please don't. >> hey, hey, please don't. no. no.
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please don't. >> hard to watch. mike barnes report thousand brawl outside of the arlington walmart. woman with the blue scarf was shoplifting. barnes and another employee confronted her but she couldn't produce a receipt. another customer outside started going after. walmart is investigating employee conduct. police were never called. a new book claiming almost every song you hear on the radio is written by the very same people. ♪ ♪ >> wow. they do sound similar. according to the book "the song machine" an artist rarely writes their own songs, groups of a-list producers and melody
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writers do it instead. they are hoping to create catchy melodies. >> country music circles. >> suggesting justin bieber didn't write any of that? how about taylor swift? >> that's the beautiful tones of lauren greene. >> lauren green is here. she's our chief fox news religious correspondent. >> everybody knows "amazing grace," a well-known song. president obama sang it at his friend's funeral and aretha franklin sang it last week for pope francis. few people know how it came to
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♪ >> leona michele plays a slave. >> i greet the audience at the stage door and hear the folks saying i'm at this movie. >> it takes some creative license with john newton's life but audiences, they don't seem to mind. >> it doesn't matter to me, that's art for you, the message is what matters. >> emotion it brings out. it's beautiful today. >> it opened up my eyes in so many ways. and i'm just so appreciative of it being here right now. >> cast members say the musical has changed their lives. >> grown men wiping their eyes. like sobbing. ♪ >> and i have to tell you that i was one of those sobbing people at the end of the show even though i knew the back story already. i knew about john newton's life.
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when you see it on stage and then you hear the music the tears start to come. it's a powerful musical. >> it is doing sfwhwell? >> it's going to start touring after the 25th. they are going to take it on tour. it really is a powerful show. >> music has a power to bring you back. that song is associated with some tough times. >> interesting note the man who wrote the music for the musical is a former cop. >> cool. >> thanks, lauren. >> coming up next, one father and son make the ultimate tag team. watch this. >> don't do it! oh! >> the wrestling match with real commentary blowing up the internet. they join us live. plus we've been showing the
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2017 tested positive for listeria. clayton, over to you. >> residents up and down the east coast may have dodged a bullet with joaquin but there's another big storm system. what's the best tech to help you prepare for a weather emergency. here's the latest apps and gadgets. >> we're looking at this right now. why would i even want this. this is a survival bracelet. a fashion statement in bad weather. you put this on. we can just pull it right out. if i did it right, you wear this on your wrist. this also doubles as a lifeline. so it gives you 12 feet of parachute cable that you can either save somebody with or you might need your own self-save and has an emergency whistle built into it.
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one of the essentials, i'm coming. you see people broken down or maybe you find yourself in a flood like a lot of people in south carolina, essential basic medical kit. this is eight bucks. 20 bucks. you got to have that. we take to you the tech world. >> let's look at some apps. >> this is really what people are loving about tracking a storm. we're tracking hurricane with hurricane pro. this is joaquin right here. not only does it give you the hurricane position but it also forecasts the windsor you're seeing the yellow filters and you can move forward "today" by day and it tells you 20 mile-per-hour winds expected later today. it goes up. it's dissipating but we can clearly go to the track of this and then go anywhere in the world and follow virtually any storm that you like to.
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then another one that's simply brilliant for bad weather, weather gets wild, all of a sudden you get an alert on your phone with weather radio. >> we always hear about wanting to tune in, make sure you have that back up radio in case you want to tune into noaa radio and this app connects threw. >> that app does it for you. you don't have to actively go turn the radio on. when a warning is issued your particular location or where your kids are or where an older parent is living it will warn you. alert your phone. say hey we got a flood warning coming you need to prepare for it or there's lightning nearby. it gives you all sort of weather warnings. then one of the things, you know, during a storm, what happens is power loss often. so this is battery doctor.
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what do you say? trump says it's about time we arm our teachers. donald trump joins us live in just a bit. >> contractors can make a lot of noise but these three nailed it after a long day's work. ♪ then sings my soul, my savior god to thee ♪ >> all three of them join us live this hour. ♪ how great thou art >> "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ good morning we begin with this fox news alert. a desperate search underway for a cargo ship that vanished. >> rescuers have discovered a
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life ring near its last known location. but the fate of 28 americans and five other crew members remains unknown. the ship started taking on water thursday afternoon but managed to remain floating. they found the life ring and that means they're in the right place. joining us now on the phone is rochelle hamm, the wife of crew member frank hamm. we can't imagine what you're thinking and going through this morning. when was the last time you spoke to your husband? >> it was on tuesday. >> on tuesday. so a few days before they started taking on water. what is the coast guard telling you this morning. >> caller: actually they're back out there searching. they've started again. they're going back out there a they'r going to look in the area where the life ring was found. >> and finding that life ring was a sign of hope and you know reiterating the coast guard thought that the ship would be in that area and they're hopeful that they will find it and that
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they're search in the right area. do you think they're doing enough? are they working hard and keeping in good touch with the family. >> caller: they are. they have a website set up, telephone numbers that you can call at any particular time. everything is being updated in a timely manner. >> they've been at risk themselves in that nasty weather out there. >> caller: exactly. >> your husband hads gone to sea for a long time. has he ever seemed uncomfortable with it? >> caller: no, never. >> was he this time? >> caller: no. >> pretty confident. i mean it's a huge ship, 700 feet long. >> caller: it is. and it's fully equipped. pretty sturdy. >> i guess the question is we knew that the storms were coming and so from the shipping company, knowing you're sending your crew into the eye of a hurricane in order to deliver cargo, have you talked to the company at all in what their
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decision was to send the ship in that direction at that time? >> caller: yes, they said that the captain had 20-plus years of experience. he knew certain routes, quote things to do if something like that happened. what happened in this case i don't know. but i am prayerful that they're going to find them. >> vo shell, you sound very strong right now. are you doing okay? >> caller: i'm doing wonderful. i just wrapped up on a prayer circle i get own every morning. i'm keeping my spirits lifted. >> our viewers are praying for you too. thank you, ma'am. >> caller: you're welcome. back to the east coast where record setting rain is hammering the carolinas still. >> at least five weather related deaths have been reported up open down the east coast. and now president obama is declaring a state of emergency for south carolina. >> look at that. rick is here now with a look at
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some of the harder hit areas this morning. what do you make of it? >> i want to go back on one thing for the forecast for the bahamas. it was a difficult forecast. you heard us talking about this. many of the models did not show the storm going as far south as the bahamas wi. there is a possibility they thought the storm wasn't going to go as far south as it did. >> it wasn't obvious? >> it wasn't obvious. >> and at that time it was tropical storm? >> it went from a tropical storm to a cat 3 hurricane in 24 hours. it changed quickly. the one thing that's certain all along is the rain that we're going to see across south carolina. these are some of the 24-hour rainfall totals, almost 18 inches in charleston county, myrtle beach, 15.5 inches. these are totals not done yet. take a look at the video out of the area.
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you know, you think about south carolina, they do get tropical storms, they get hurricanes, incredible summer rain storms and this storm here is breaking all kinds of records for rainfall. and you see what happens. you get waist deep water that so many people are having to get through. take a listen to what the mayor had to say about their effort there. >> what we want to do is help people get through these next two days with no one getting hurt, and being safe. this is a very serious situation. >> and i will say, because the forecast for this spot, this storm was so kind of spot on for a number of days, i think certainly some of those numbers are going to be kept down as far as damage that you might see there. rain still going in. we probably still have some spots dotoday from this line of storms, might see another 12 inch of rains.
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we could be talking about storm totals somewhere up in the 20-inch amount. this is, in some cases, what they might get in an entire year and they're gung to get it right now. >> insult to injury. seven minutes after the hour, now to other stories making the headlines. new overnight, doctors without boards leaves kunduz afghanistan after an air strike killed 19 people, including three children and 12 staffers. president obama vowing a full investigation. the attack targeted taliban insurgents who fired on military personnel and used the hospital as a base. the medical aid charity said it never should have been hit. >> we have communicated several times with all parties of the conflict in afghanistan the precise locations with gps coordinates and this we have even repeated over the last two weeks. >> u.s. and afghanistan launching a joint investigation. a concrete canopy collapses
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on a high school band in a competition in north carolina injuring more than two dozen instruments. a truck hit a support beam causing the awning to give way, leaving one person with life threatening injuries. more schools attend the competition but many canceled because of the heavy rain. a dog becomes a big hero after scaring off three bears outside her owner's home. momma bear was on the balcony. the 20-pound french bulldog spotted the animals, immediately jumping into action, chasing them off of the property. >> don't mess with a bulldog. clemson beats notre dame, pouring down rain. fighting irish rallied late but missed a two-point conversion to tie the game with 7 seconds left. final score 24-22.
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indiana. almost pulls off a monumental upset off number bun ranked ohio. the buckeyes survive going on to win 34. 27. and florida getting the biggest win of the day, taking down number three ole miss. final core down there in the swamp, 38-10. those are your headlines. so every politician in america is talking about gun control this week after those horrifying shooting in oregon. but no one has really talked about it the way donald trump talked about it the other day. watch this. >> the second amendment purpose is to guarantee our right to defend ourselves and our families. we need that. in fact i have a license to carry in new york. can you believe that? nobody knows that. somebody attacks me, oh, they're going to be shocked. can you imagine? somebody says, there's trump,
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he's easy pickens. this is in light of what's gone on in oregon. every time something happens, they blame -- they don't blame mental illness, mental health care out of whack and all of the other problems. and by the way, it was a gun frae zone. i would tell you gb if you had a couple of the teachers or somebody with guns in that room, you would have been a hell of a lot better off. >> the students were sitting ducks. >> i love that. one of the new campaign slogans, try me. >> we'll probably see that on "saturday night live" next week. >> why is disarming normal people good for the country. it doesn't make us safer. >> he is going to be on the show coming up at 8:30 this morning. about an hour and 20 minutes from now we'll ask him about it. >> we'll get his take on being portrayed last night on 'saturday night live."
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while hillary clinton was on "saturday night live" last night, questions this morning about whether joe biden is throwing is hat in the ring. we could have a decision early as next week. some sources saying donors have left meetings with vice president biden saying they are convinced that he is going to run. others not so sure. >> there's a big draft biden campaign going on he said very openly, it's not just about me, it's about my family too. are they ready for me to make a run for the white house. it's a grueling process they would have to go through. with the death of their son beau, they're still struggling. >> bernie sanders is taking a different constituency. he's won those. but the rest of democrats are taken by hillary clinton. if joe biden gets in, he splits the constituency. he could hurt her.
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>> something smells odd here. they must know something. if they're seriously considering have all of these democrats pushing him to run, do they know something that hasn't yet been reported? >> she's under federal investigation. anybody who has been around those knows you don't want one. you can't control it, no timetable, no budget. they can spend whatever they want. you don't want one hanging over you. that's enough to share the heck out of a lot of fundraisers. >> we'll find out whether or not he gets in next week. >> for to come on the show. >> a lot more. we've got an entire house swept away by a powerful storm. the man who took this video says he's never seen anything like it. we'll tell you exactly what happened. and work can be stressful sometimes. just ask our writers. but did you know work stress is as bad as secondhand smoke? we have some tips to stay calm in your cubicle coming up.
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rising tides and rough waters powerful enough to rip this house from its base in new jersey. >> check out the area where that house once stood. the powerful coast storm pummeled the tri-state on friday and saturday. >> tony deutsch took this video. what are we watching when u you took the video. what exactly happened? >> a night before a friend of mine, sherry davis took the picture of the house that was totaled a little bit. it was flooded there. water was under the porch. and the next morning when i woke up, someone told me that the house was ripped off of its pilings. so i got up to go find the
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house. so when i approach the bridge, this were two cars parked on the bridge and i got out of my car and there was the house. so i took a video of it and i put it on facebook right away and then my facebook blew up from 46,000 like to 573,000 likes. and this morning i was reaching 109 million people. the house was being remodeled and no one was living in it. people were living next to it. i spoke with them yesterday, i went down there to see if i could find the spot where it came off. and a gentleman name tony took me down there so i could see where it came off and i videotaped it and he said no one lived there, they're remodeling it. it was a beautiful house, he
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said. it was devastating, you know, to see a whole house get ripped off and washed away into the bay. >> what was the mood like for the people around there? we remember three years ago superstorm sandy hammered that area then too. were people feeling anxiety ahead of this and were they ready? >> yeah. the towns were ready. the people do a wonderful job. all of the people there, the mayors, the public works department, police, fire, they're all prepared for storms all of the time. and you know, i don't want people to think that the whole island was devastated. 99% of the island is still intact. life goes on as normal. the businesses are open. the boardwalk is fine. it's just the west side of town that got flooding. and it was worse in sandy. there was more water. some people tell me the wind was worse. compared to it, i don't think it
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was as bad. but of course at this area here, the house got ripped off because of the high winds and the water came up so high, it just ripped it off. >> dodging a bullet. tony deutsch, the house being swept away. we appreciate you joining us this morning. >> thank you very much. some contractors make a lot of noise, but these three are nailing it after a long day's work. ♪ how great thou art ♪ how great thou art >> an unlikely trio sounding amazing. these singing contractors join us live coming up. stress is bad for you. physically it can shorten your life, say experts. up next, live in your news room with tips to stay calm around the office. ♪ we always were told we were german.
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we're delivering. time for news by the numbers. $56 million, that's how much matt damon "the marchand" is expected to gross this weekend. $27 million on friday alone. next if you've got a spare $19,000, you can rent actor daniel radcliffe's new york city apartment for an entire month, 19 grand a month. two bedrooms, two and a half bathance plenty of natural light. and last, 96 grand, that's
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how much for this visold for at memorabilia auction. no word yet on the bidder. thanks tucker, could your job be killing you. workplace stress could be as detrimental to your health as secondhand smoke. could increase chances of illness by 37%, chances of early death 20% and job insecurity with increase poor health as much as 50%. what can we do to restress. dr. mike edward is a psychologist. nice to see you this morning >> good to be here. i hope i can help with the stress. >> this is disturbing research. >> it's killing us. work is killing us. >> work is killing us. and the world health organization labeled stress as one of the biggest epidemics of the 21st century. we're all dealing with it. it can be worse than secondhand smoke. >> we're down here in the
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newsroom. a lot of stress down here to produce a four-hour show. they work tirelessly throughout the night. no windows down here. how do you come to work on a positive threat. >> we're loorking for things to help us survive but we're not really programmed to look for positive things. but if all you do is look for the negative, you're going to stress yourself out. start off with a positive mind-set on your way in, on the commute, think of three things you want to go well and when you walk in the door in the office, catch somebody doing right. it will make you both feel good. >> sitting down at talking about gratitude with your family. you want to connect with people and be social. >> social support for decades has been shown as one of the greatest buffers of stress. don't hold it in to yourself. if you're feeling stress, reach out to the confident. make sure it's someone that's not going to bring you down but
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help lift you up. laughter is important. >> she's sitting here laughing. this is important news research. cats climbing through cardboard boxes. >> laughter has been shown to be a buffer of stress. and even if you go to india, they have laughing parties to help people detresz. cat videos is one way to go about it. >> also connect with people. we have this connection with people. karl is sitting over here, not even talking to alley. maybe you days need a coffee after work. i don't know. we might find love. i don't know. get up in your desk, get a little energy in your life. >> sitting around like this is not what your bodies were designed for. we've got to get up and move. do walking meeting. walk down the hall, take a walk across the park, get that physical body moving. >> i know you're ready to fall asleep.
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everyone get up. can you guys get up? maybe do a fuel yoga poses here. would you like to lead us? deep breathing? get up so you don't get the deep vein thrombosis. >> also broets. we appear to be shallow breathers. under stress you start breathing tight and quick. you don't get the oxygen to your brain. take four minutes, just do focused deep breathing. you'll get more oxygen. it's like a shot of caffeine. >> and finally end on a positive note at the end of the day. how do you end on a positive note after an eight-hour shift. >> stress is about taking control. happiness is a choice. when you walk out the door you can choose to decide to think about what went well and how do i replicate that and celebrate it. >> let's end on a positive note.
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thank you, doctor. appreciate it. coming up on the show, clemson's football coach gets cut off while talking about the bible after a big win. did you see that? >> thank you for the good lord and my dad who was with me -- >> was this an honest mistake or something more. we report, you decide. and snl taking shots at donald trump. was it funny or just plain mean. carly is here to react with us next. come on in. ♪ in the nation, we know how it feels when
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in an extreme weather alert, president obama is declaring a state of emergency for south carolina as record setting rain drenches the east coast. >> roads have been washed away completely, flood waters raise. >> we're live in south carolina with a look at the conditions. good morning, jonathan. >> reporter: good morning to you. very difficult driving through downtown charleston right now. we're in one neighborhood near the battery where you can see there's a lot of standing water. this vehicle here trying to navigate this intersection. fortunately for them, there's just about half a foot of water
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here but there are other areas where the roads are completely impassab impassable. you'll be on one road completely dry, come around the block and find flood waters. heavy rains and high tides are causing this. police have been restricting inbound -- >> looks like we may have lost jonathon down there on the battery in historic charleston, south carolina. >> some of the roads were washed away. we'll check in in a short time. >> we're crossing our fingers that everybody is hunkered down with plenty of bottled water. other stories making head lines, fox news alert. russia launching more air strikes into syria and claiming they're all hitting isis targets. russia began the surge on wednesday saying that the u.s. pointed out.
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they say insurgents are on the run. u.s.-backed coalitions are criticizing the country for hitting civilian targets. troopers thought it was over. a brand-new shooting on an arizona highway. police think someone in a tan pickup truck pulled alongside this car and fired several shots through the driver's window. the driver was not hurt. this comes just weeks after a man who was charged with four of the random shootings. police are trying to figure out if this is connected to those cases or an isolated incident. police officer caught on camera firing a rubber bullet at a protester. ♪ activists were opposing a real estate development when one
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protester knocked the officer's hat off with a banner. the cop pulled out his gun shooting the protest near the shoulder. he was not seriously hurt. the officer has been suspended pending an investigation. father/son wrestling match goes viral after after hit was dubbed over with creative commentary from the wwe. jamie and noah stopped by fox and friends earlier to talk about how the video started. >> i've always wrestled with my brother when i was younger.noah. he likes to jump on me. yeah, he just likes jumping. >> just in case you were wondering, no one was injured in the making of those videos. those are your news headlines. >> i'm more worried about the dad. "saturday night live"
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premiered last night taking shots at the front runner. here's part of it. >> donald is so smart, so good with the media. he knows that if he say the craze ye things he will go up in the poll number. >> that's just not true. i don't say outrageous things just for poll numbers. i speak from my heart. >> really? because i hear your numbers go down a little this week. >> mexicans are stealing our children. >> you see, you didn't each have to think about it. he's genius js thank you were darling. >> joining us now, her reaction to this and other highlights of carly joining us on the couch. >> hello. thank you for having me. >> congratulations for having me, tomorrow 115. >> so if you're listening, used to listening to fox news on sirius, it's one click up. >> so diving into some of the entertainment news from last night was it a big return?
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we saw hillary clinton there? >> it was a big return. we expected her to be on. but that is probably the most talked about moment of last night was hillary clinton's performance. she's getting a lot of praise. she was a very good sport as we expected her to be. she played a bartender named val. it's so hillary clinton as a bartender, are you kidding me? but i thought the funniest moment of the night was miley sigh sus sang a song, "may question" and then they put the summer's worth of news into a two-minute song and every single news maker of the summer sort of had their turn to tell us that yes, they did do it their way. rachel dolezal to hugh davis. it was hilarious. we're going to listen in a little bit. ♪
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♪ >> pizza rat. that was a good end. >> wit as top trending thing for about a week. >> it was so perfectly caps lated the deblos yo administration. a rat grabbing a pizza and taking it down to the subway for dinner. clemson coach, this, yeah, this was an interesting moment that unfolded on espn. >> yes. >> tell us about this. >> so the clemson, who was not expected to win the game, they did. and at the height of his speech he was able to -- he thanked god and was thanking his father. the feed cut out and it went to the espn anchoring playing with their ipads. >> we're going to take a look at this and you can decide if this was intentional or a mistake the director made. >> thank you to the good lord and my dad who was with me --
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>> so they cut back to the studio. did they do it intentionally when he was starting to talk about god? the internet is going crazy over there. >> everybody has their opinion. i think that it was a mistake. it looks like it was something that made espn look bad. you don't ever want to really cut to two of your anchors not really doing anything. but i can understand why people do think this was it. because, you know, a lot of times sports and religion don't really mix. a lot of people say that they really don't. >> in the south they do, though. >> exactly. >> it's sparking a lot of controversy on the air. sometimes you're sitting there on your phone it's not because you're texting, it's because you're preparing for the next thing. >> we do a lot of things on our smartphon smartphones. >> you're receiving pictures from your wife of your kids. not that that happens. but you also have satellites to
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coming up here, a fight for faith in louisiana as a principal criticized by atheists for promoting religion. >> the american civil liberties union is demanding the removal of this message on the school's website. it reads the future starts today, may god bless you all, put up by the high school principal. >> the school district is fighting back saying it did nothing wrong and no corrective action will be taken. the principal joins us now. why did this happen? >> well, i'm not real sure. we're still trying to determine and figure out how this came to be. it was certainly not expected. it was shock to us. and we've just tried to continue to do what we do. we haven't done anything different for the past six years. and all of the sudden, you know, this came out just ten days ago. >> out of the blue.
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>> it was a shock. >> yeah, i understand it's something that you've been doing for a long time, athe way you sign a lot of messages to your students. this is a portion of the letter from the aclu. >> this unlawful religion coercion is particularly egregious coming from the school principal who job is to teach and uphold rather than violate the rights of all. what complaints have you had with students, if any? >> well, to be totally honest i've never had a complaint from a student of ours that was offended by the fact that we saluted a message or even said to them god bless you. if it gets to that point, then you're not even allowed to sneeze within a school system to say god bless you, you know, where's our culture. where are we going if that's going to be offense i to someone. >> well isn't this freedom of speech in you've been doing this for six years in your monthly message saying when you sign off
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the same way saying, god bless you, may god bless you all. >> it is. it's an american message that you can go back and research history. that's the way a lot of our presidents actually salute us as they close out a speech or they finish up a dam pain stop or whatever you want to say about it. the american fabric, you know, sluts one another. >> critics of the aclu would say they're not just targeting chris chance, they're targeting the southern culture. isn't it just as southern to say god bless you as drinking bourbon is or having fried chicken and biscuits and gravy. i'm from the south. even on their voice mail people say god bless or have a blessed day. isn't it part of the culture? >> it's as much a part of the
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culture as s.e.c. football or anything that the south is known for. it's bigger than just that. it's a situation where if we are now going to be offended by that, what's next. you just see more and more that you say that you're offended by at various different things that five years ago would never have been an issue. ten years ago. and so if this is going to now be offensive, what's next? and so our community and our school system has decided, you know what? it stops. this is where it stops. we're not going to allow someone to dictate how we either greet or how we salute someone or just a kind gesture that we say to someone. it's really absurd and getting out of hand. >> i guess we have to remove in god we trust off of our money as well. jason, we appreciate you joining us this morning. thanks so much. >> well -- yes, sir. thank you. >> have a good day. here's what's coming up
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♪ then since my soul my savior god to thee ♪ >> now they've inspired millions. here to share are the two singing contractors themselves, joshua arnett and aaron gray and guest appearance by their co-worker in the video, pastor paul. great to see you guys. >> great to see you. >> a million questions to ask and keeps this short because we want to get to your singing, much more inspirational than anything i will say, how did this start? >> it's overwhelming. about three years ago we were on the job together and decided to make a video just for fun and we've done it ever since just for fun. >> just break into song? >> oh, yeah. >> cutting trim? >> throughout the day. what do your co-workers think? >> probably think -- >> a lot of press now. >> they all know again.
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they're like wow. . >> are you a carpeter? >> i work with them. once in a while we end up on the same job and work together. i have two occupations, i pastor and work construction. >> and you sink? >> i try. >> absolutely fantastic. what are we going to hear this morning? "how great thou art". >> i'm going to get out of your way and let you do it. best segment of the day. thank you, guys. >> thank you. my savior god to thee how great thou art how great thou art ♪ ♪ then sings my soul my savior god to thee how great thou art
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how great thou art ♪ >> oh, yeah. outstanding. what do the homeowners think when they come home and hear that? >> oh, my goodness. >> that is -- i've never heard sounds like that coming from a construction site in my life. do you ever think, this you corny, but honestly, do you think as you're swinging a hammer jesus was a carpenter? >> absolutely. >> for our many viewers rushing to the internet to find out where they can buy a copy of you singing, how do our viewers get ahold of your music. >> singingcontractors.com. that is our website we set up. we have a facebook page on there. we have information you can buy our t-shirts we have we're wearing today on there and shows the information down there.
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that will helps us make a cd that we can get out there. >> you didn't expect this. this came out of nowhere. >> when did it start? >> last thursday. >> last thursday? >> yeah. >> not this past thursday but the thursday before. >> i thought you were packing stadiums. you will be. thanks for joining us. >> thank you very much. >> awesome. >> thank you. >> good job. >> coming up next, a desperate search for the missing cargo ship you're looking at it there, sailed into hurricane joaquin and it's gone. the clue giving the coast guard some hope. one man gets out of jury duty in the crazy way possible. wait until you hear his excuse. it's unbelievable. stay tuned. ♪ simply irresistible
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. hey, friends, good morning, today is sunday, october 4th, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. two breaks stories. a desperate search for 28 americans on board a cargo ship lost at sea. we will have a live update from the coast guard. plus, a slow-moving disaster wreaking havoc in the carolinas bringing historic flooding there. the latest on the search and the storms ahead. plus, hillary clinton returns to "saturday night live" last night. she's got a message for donald trump. >> i'm just so darned bummed. all anyone wants to talk about is donald trump. >> donald trump? isn't he the one that's like you're all losers? >> what does trump think about this? he will join us in moments on his show. don't go away. >> this texan has a message for all those people hating on his southern style. >> after living all these years in the state of texas nobody yet has stopped me for using a phrase such as y'all, or gonna
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or fixin' to. >> he's unapologetic rant is going viral. he joins us live this hour. "fox and friends" hour three begins right now. we begin with an extreme weather alert and two stories developing. south carolina is in the middle of deadly flash flooding there and president obama dough clarg a state of emergency as heavy rainfall turns roads into rivers. >> first another fox alert. a desperate search under way for the cargo ship that went missing and vanished near the bahamas in hurricane joaquin on thursday. 28 americans were on board the "el faro" when it disappeared. this morning we know that rescuers just discovered a life ring from that ship floating about 70 miles away. >> joining us now with the latest on the rescue efforts is the united states coast guard's
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seventh district chief of response, captain mark fador. welcome back the show this morning. we appreciate you joining us again. we know you have a busy morning ahead of you. that life ring that you with discovered, was does that tell you about your rescue operation? >> what it tells us is it was located 70 miles to the northeast of the vessel of last known position, so we were expecting anything of the vessel to drift that way, so it validates our search efforts. so what we're about to do is today is recalibrate our search effort and look in the most probable places where the vessel could be located. what we're doing is with very three c-130 aircraft that are going to be flying this morning, including one from the air force, and we also have a navy p-8 aircraft. it's very -- has a very sophisticated surface search radar and what we're going to do with that aircraft specifically is we're going to fly from the vessel's last known position as close as possible to the hurricane itself. joaquin is still out there. then come back.
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and that should give us a good idea of whether that vessel is still out there. >> we know that wind and rain are complicating your search efforts. do you have the capabilities, the technology to be able to work through the night, too, since finding this life ring or are you having to wait up till the sun came up this morning? >> we are really focusing our efforts during daylight hours because that's when we're most effective. yesterday as an example, we were able for the first time to get near the vessel of last known position and one of our c-130 aircraft was within 50 miles of the eye of the storm. but the search conditions were still so challenging. they were experiencing 100 mile an hour winds, sea conditions were about 40 feet and they only had a quarter nautical mile of visibility at that point. even though we were within the vessel's last known position the search conditions were still very challenging. >> are you expecting to find a ship or a life raft? >> we hope by the end of the day today if the ship is out there, today is our best chance to find it. we are going to look for any
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signs of survivors or the vessel itself. >> you have been doing a remarkable job. we spoke to the wife of one of the missing crew members of that ship. she said you're working tirelessly and thanked you for your service. it's remarkable 70 miles away you found a life ring in this crazy clouds and storms. i mean, from that high up, you see a life ring. does that trouble you, though, that you don't find any other debris at this time? >> it does. we were frustrated that we did not find the vessel yesterday. and again, today, today is our best chance and what we've been doing is, the normal hurricane hunter aircraft that fly through these storms fly at about 10,000 feet. yesterday, we were able to get our vessel -- our aircraft down to 1,000 feet and even another one down to 500 feet to try to give us the best chance to locate that vessel or any signs of survivors or anything else. that puts our crews in a dangerous position. >> yeah. >> that's what we get trained to do and that's what we want to
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do. if there is a potential to save a life we're going to do what's necessary. >> 500 feet. you guys are really brave. i think that's the headline here. that's unbelievable. thanks, captain. >> thanks for the update. >> you're welcome. now back to the eastern seaboard where our neighbors in south carolina waking up to another dangerous day of rain and flooding. the storm already being blamed for three deaths in the state. a total of five up and down the east coast. rick has been following this closely and has the latest this morning. >> they've got the rain, all the coasts up and down the seaboard being battered and beaches being destroyed. it's a good thing it's not the middle of beach season for the tourism and such that goes on there. the high pressure to the north and this is what is part of hurricane joaquin and low pressure and the difference between those two areas. fum funnels a lot of wind and we're on day six battling the sea and seeing all of the rain that's come. ts these are doppler radar
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estimates. one there 15 inches just around the charleston area and we've seen areas around 17 inches. take a look at some of the video from what it looks like in the area and so many cars submerged and when your car is submerged and you are potentially in danger you're having to get other people potentially to try to rescue you and put their lives in danger. a lot of tow trucks, a busy people as well. take a listen to advice that one of these guys had to say. >> if you see water on the road just turn around. call your bus, take a picture, tell them look, i'm not coming today. it's better off car instead of having it to buy another one. >> great advice. the expense of buying a new car and going through all of that. stay off the roads. we're not done with this yet. still have the rain today and part of the day tomorrow and still going to be targeting south carolina. this has been this persistent band of rain right here that will slowly pivot towards the north. i think away from charleston a little bit towards myrtle beach throughout the day today and maybe a few areas still another
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6, 8, 10 inches of rain on top of what they've seen. we'll see spots maybe in the 22, 23 inch range totals from the storm. >> unbelievable. >> thanks, rick. other stories making headlines another fox alert, syrian president bashar al asad fighting back against the air strikes slamming into his country. in an interview with iran tv he calls them counter productive and says terrorism is spreading regardless. he hopes to form a coalition even though russia has been bombing the country since wednesday. the gunman that opened fire inside a classroom in an oregon community college killing a teacher and eight students killed himself after a gun fight with police officers. investigators say he did it two minutes after police arrived. the family of 16-year-old survivor cheyenne fitzgerald sharings the horrifying moments, survived only by playing dead. >> she's starting to really remember the events and what
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happened. she was asked what her religion was and didn't say anything. >> fitzgerald said the killer singled out a male student telling him you're the lucky one and made him watch as his classmates were gunned down. the gunman gave him a package to pass on to police sparing his life. as a fight breaks out at a texas football game both benches cleared as players rushed the field throwing punches in all directions. coaches and the refs tried to break it but couldn't and eventually had to call police. the fight didn't phase the cheerleaders, though. hear them cheering the entire time. trying to keep everything -- wow. >> all right. clayton, baseball time. >> oh, canadian man's love of baseball gets him out of jury duty. the man selected to be a juror on a murder trial in toronto but wrote a note saying he had tickets for the blue jays playoff game and waited 20 years for, quote, a moment like this.
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after discussing it with lawyers on both sides the man was excused from jury duty. >> you didn't -- >> there you go. >> yeah, we did. >> "saturday night live" the season began last fight. hillary clinton was, of course, the star of the show, as we showed you the clips earlier. there was in the tradition of the show a fake ad for a product that doesn't actually exist and this one took aim at governor mike huckabee, rick santorum and other candidates claiming they had dementia. watch it. >> mental illness doesn't run in our family so i never thought it could happen to someone i love but then my husband started getting confused, he'd say things that didn't make any ceps, things like -- >> and come next november i rick santorum will be president of the united states. >> and he believed it. that's when i knew he had dementia. >> my husband mike huckabee used
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to be my rock, my partner, one night last month he got up in the middle of the night packing a suit case. he wasn't making sense, muttering, kim's in jail. >> kim davis, of course, of the clerk down in kentucky and he went down there and, of course, met with her and let her out. >> of course you have to be able to laugh at yourself. >> we know governor huckabee well, i'm a big fan, i bet he thought this was hilarious. i'm not sure he would like the character she chose to portray him. when you look at the cast members. >> is that the same guy who played -- >> the same guy that plays kill me too. brian is not a fap. >> the bottom line is the stark contrast of what you saw how they're portraying gop candidates and then hillary clinton and this is like an ad buy you can't buy. it's amazing publicity and a lot of people who watched this just like watched "the daily show" think it is the gospel. >> mental illness is not funny and in the wake of everything that unfolded in oregon college
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campus this week and mental illness at the forefront of that discussion. >> i want to laugh at anything including portrayals of people i lying and respect. i have to say -- i like and respect. bernie sanders is leading in a bunch of primary states like this 74-year-old socialist from vermont. he's an inherently hilarious figure. will they mock him? >> you bet. by next week, they will have -- that same character if he had gray hair sticking out all over the place that would be the perfect guy to play. >> slower einstein. >> little all over the place. donald trump was mocked last night as well. donald trump is going to be on our show at 8:30 this morning. i saw him tweet about it. and we're going to ask him about his portrayal on "saturday night live" last fight. >> the real donald trump will be on 20 minutes from now. >> coming up, who will be the new speaker of the house? will congressman jason chav fets challenge kevin mccarthy. we'll talk to chris wallace when he joins us next.
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you know, there have been reports this week that he is not going to be in the first debate and is going to wait until the end of october, you know, i'm of the mind when we find out he's announcing, that's fine. in terms of the impact it would have if and when he ever gets in, you know, i don't think it's at all clear because i don't know that he can beat hillary clinton into terms of just out organizing her or out raising money or getting more votes. he's there almost in funny way as a place holder in case she falls apart and he can pick up the pieces. >> the hillary people seem totally unconcerned or at least putting on a show of being unconcerned by a possibility of his running. do you think that's real? are they worried about him splitting her constituency? >> yeah. i mean i think that a lot of that, because you're hearing also reports that way double reports, they're unconcerned and secondly that they're going to
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all of their donors and organizers and saying don't jump ship, we're in good shape. if they're not unconcerned -- if they are unconcerned they're foolish in all of this because, obviously, as the sitting vice president, and with a lot of support within the party, especially from labor and some elements of the clinton -- of the obama coalition you have to take him seriously. again, i think his real opportunity is if she gets into even more trouble. if there are more revelations in the investigation of her private e-mails and servers. if she does badly in front of the benghazi committee on october 22nd. in that sense i don't know that it's crucial that he appear in the debate, in the middle of this month, because again, as i say, i think in a funny way he's more there as a placeholder in case hillary clinton collapses. >> a lot of questions as to who will be the next speaker of the house in the wake of john boehner's retirement. the man who was the inspiration for kevin spacey's character
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"house of card" kevin mccarthy seems to be the discussion and talk but you have congressman jason chaffetz on your show this morning. the question, will he run for speaker of the house, chris? >> well, that's right. we're going to get some answers and maybe raise some more questions at the top of the hour on "fox news sunday" because chaffetz has said and he is a hard-charging rising star, chair of the house oversight committee as you have up there, and he has said that he is seriously considering running and i don't know the answer but on "fox news sunday" he will announce whether he's going to run against kevin mccarthy for speaker of the house. it would be pretty interesting because he, of course, is a chairman of a committee, he's been in with the leadership, mccarthy is the number two pe t person in the leadership and it would be a break if he decides he would oppose mccarthy. he was critical of mccarthy's remarks this week when he seemed
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to suggest a benghazi committee and trying to take down hillary clinton's poll numbers. but to go from that criticism to actually opposing him for speaker is a pretty big jump and he would be a serious candidate if he were to get in the race. >> chris wallace, check your local listings for "fox news sunday" a big show to do and you need to get your rest why you watch my eagles take on your redskins at 1:00. >> i will be at the game. >> which is going to be a disaster for you. >> i hope you wind up on the kiss cam. we'll be watching. >> lot of trash talk. >> have a great show. >> we'll see. we'll see. >> 19 minutes after the hour on your sunday morning. think you made him uncomfortable there. >> that's right. >> dozens of people have been injured when a concrete canopy falls on a high school marching band. what caused the frightening accident? >> is talking southern a sign of a low i.q. president not according to --? not according to this cowboy.
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we've got headlines from the crazy crime file. first up, this guy heard wedding bells and the click of handcuffs all in the same courtroom. his name is craig howard. got to marry his sweetheart and then received a 20-year sentence in a pennsylvania prison for assault and robbery and led away. some people are just no good at breakups. >> carrie, what was your news? >> burger broke up with me on a post-it. >> on a post-it. >> uh-huh. >> yeah. that's bad. this is worse.
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hayden scott van da veer stole his boss's truck and drove it into a lake. why? he said he wanted to go to jail to get away from his wife. truthfully is pretty tough. he was charged with burglary vandalism and drunk driving not surprisingly. >> driving me to drink! >> a texas cowboy has become a youtube star following his unapologetic rant about being a southern man. watch. >> after living all these years in the state of texas nobody yet has stopped me for using a phrase such as y'all or gonna or fixin' to. yet you say it makes me sound less than intelligent. we get along by and large with people who are not just like us. sorry of the way we talk offends you. not really. here's another term we use down south and we're not ashamed of it. god bless. >> god bless. >> joining us now viral sensation chad praitser thanks for being with us and looking good in your hat as a southern gentleman. >> thanks y'all. good morning. >> i'm fixen to ask you a
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question right quick, chad. >> come on with it. >> what do you think about this viral video that has caught on? why is it resonating? >> you know, i think that we've been in a time where the south in a lot of ways has been ostracized, made fun of, polarized in the heritage of it a lot of ways have been lost so it's pretty easy to stereotype folks from the south and they hear a dialect and they hear a slang and want to make fun of it. so, you know, i felt like it was an opportunity to kind of speak back and say this is who we really are and how we really think. >> chad, you received a private message, i thought this was like a public message on your youtube video, you received a private message that was mocking you. what exactly did this private message say that prompted you to make this video? >> i get a lot of public messages as well, but the private message was interesting because it was right in the heat of the controversy in the debate going on around the confederate flag and somebody i think they took that as an opportunity and
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said, you know, we can tell you're unintelligent based on the way you talk and so there's really no need to listen to you anymore. i said well, i'm going to make sure you listen to me a little more. >> it was a defense of southern culture but also a celebration of it. why do you like being from the south? >> you know, it's really all i've known. i've been around the world several times and we live in a world that's gotten smaller. the advent of the internet, ability to get on an airplane and be around the world in 24 hours. yet you always are drawn back to home. it's -- with the world being as small as it is it's necessary we learn to embrace other cultures. you know, like mark twain say, travel destroys prejudice and the more you get out and see that, you see the differences and you don't hate them, don't stereotype them, you learn to appreciate them. >> we're all feeling like we're victims these days according to a new research that seems we're in the midst of this cultural change that this idea that
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manhood is somehow under attack. are we all victims? >> well, i think we're trying to be. and i think a lot of people are trying to get offended as quick as they can so they can find sympathy from somebody else. it's amazing to me i have people all the time who look at my videos and send me messages and say you say the things that we're thinking but we're afraid to say them. so occasionally i've asked people, why are you afraid to say them? we don't want to offend anyone. i said, well, i think there's a tact of being able to be honest and straightforward look somebody in the eye and this is my opinion and you're welcome to yours. we have this micro sensitivity, you know, this hyper sensitivity to words and it's causing people to quite honestly try to find a pat on the back if you will and it's really gotten easy to hide behind a keyboard these days and tell the world how they should feel sorry for you. >> well being a victim means never having to say you're sorry. >> exact sfli mainly the appeal.
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great to see you. >> thanks, chad. >> you bet. >> thank you, guys. coming up hillary clinton returns to "saturday night live" with a message for donald trump. >> i'm just so darn bummed. all anyone wants to talk about is donald trump. >> donald trump? isn't he the one that's like "you're all losers"? >> so what do you think donald trump thought about that? ask no more because he joins us in mere moments. stay tuned. >> then, homeowners outraged after being told they will be fined for flying the american flag. one homeowner says bring it on. she will not take it down. hear from her, next. ♪ they're coming to america ♪ they're coming to america i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24.
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night? do you think he nailed it or were you offended? >> i did. i really liked that last statement on your show. that was true. 100% true. no doubt about it. well i did watch. i thought the hair was very bad. they have to do better with the hair. the hair was really off but it was fun. lorne michaels does a fantastic job. i've known lorne for a long time and great guy and does a fantastic job. >> you saw hillary clinton was guest hosting "saturday night live" last night. she took a shot at you too almost the moment she was in the studios over there, bernie sanders was giving speeches about actual issues. why do you think she decided to go on "saturday night live"? >> she did the right thing. it's a special thing, great honor. i've hosted it previously. it's really an honor to do it. you know, it's like a feather in your cap i don't know if she's going to host it some day, but she did -- i thought she did a nice job. >> vowing to show her softer side her aides have been saying, her staffers saying she's going
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to be going on a lot of shows. we saw her on "ellen" trying to learn how to do the whip and nae nae and it came across as wooden and rigid. with saturd"saturday night livee writers are incredible. you can't buy this type of advertisement for yourself. >> no. it's interesting, it does well with the ratings and yet on so late. it wins the saturday night slots and it's on very late which is unusual. i don't think there is anything like that. people come home from dinner or whatever and they turn on television and it happens to be 11:30. it's a very good show and they have a lot of good talent. >> you weren't offended at all? >> no. we have to work on the wig. that wig is bad. >> wow. >> it is my real hair. you people know that. but the wig is -- we have to do something about that. that's bad. i thought he did a very good job and i thought the show was funny. >> what did you think? we saw this tragedy happen the other day in oregon and the
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president even while police were on the scene hops up on stage and tells the rest of us we will have to take your guns away to make america safer. what's your response? >> i got to see your clip of me yesterday. i was in tennessee and it was a rally, a love fest, we were packed and amazing people and i talked about it. you saw i was talking about it and, you know, that was a gun-free zone in oregon where they had no guns allowed, no nothing. the only one that had the gun was the bad guy and everybody sitting there and there was nothing they could do, not a thing they could do. the police did a fantastic job getting in there quickly but nobody with any protection and wouldn't they have been better off if somebody in the room, anybody, you know, anybody, had a gun to at least help them out. it was a terrible thing and these gun-free zones are a disaster. everybody is just a sitting duck. you saw it recently where military people highly decorated, a gun-free zone, right near the military base on milttry base.
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gun-free zone and a couple of those guys were really highly decorated military people and this guy walks in and shoots them and kills them and it's just horrible. so, you know, there's a double side to all of this stuff if you had the guns in that room, he wouldn't have shot so many people and they wouldn't have just been standing and sitting there helpless. >> all the other side of this is the mental health issue you raised as well. what kind of discussion do we need in this country around mental illness and those who are mentally ill getting their hands on weapons? >> it is a mental health issue than a gun issue. it's a mental health issue and nobody wants to talk about that. obama gets up and starts talking about guns but this is a mental health issue and, you know, we -- so many cities look at different places even in new york, but where they let people out they know shouldn't be out because they have to save funds, have funding problems and years ago they let a whole tremendous number of people out on the streets because they didn't have the money to take care of them,
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and this is what we have. we have to do something about mental health. it is becoming a bigger and bigger problem. it certainly every one of these instances with the school shootings and movie theater shooters every one turns out to be the same kind of a character. at the same time no matter what you do, you're going to have people slip through the cracks. if you see a loner in a community, your a note going to put him in an instin tution because he fits a description but it's interesting whenever you see these things happening they go whack to the community and the community always says, oh, we really see, you know, he really was a strange guy but unfortunately by that time it's too late. we do have a big, big mental health issue. >> now you said the other day you would give vladimir putin an "a" for leadership, he's trying to prop up the assad regime. is that a good idea and should the united states be -- stop its fight against the assad regime? is that the best we're going to get there? >> i'm only saying he's much more of a leader than we have in this country and we're the gang
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that can't shoot straight. we go and bomb a hospital last night looks like it, where 19 people were killed. and, you know, here we are complaining about them and we bomb an innocent hospital that should have never happened and everybody saying they knew it was off-limits, somebody made a terrible mistake. it has to happen to us. which is the gang that can't do it, can't shoot straight. it's terrible what's happening under this administration. absolutely terrible. certainly putin looks like a hell of a lot more leader than we have whether the we like him or not, he was my co-host on "60 minutes" the other night and we did the biggest ratings they've had in a long time. i don't know if -- should i give him the credit or i take the credit? >> you actually said, i think you tweeted or talked about this week you would actually be able to have a good relationship with putin. do you believe that? >> i think i might. i've had a good relationship with a lot of people over the years. i've built a great company. i get along with democrats, with republicans, i get along with everybody and, you know, it is about relationship. he does not like obama and obama
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doesn't like him. they have really bad chemistry. you can see it when they're sitting. deals are people. i study people. you look at those two together and it's just never going to work. it is never going to work. and he's making obama look very foolish unfortunately. >> and -- >> who should we be supporting in syria? >> well, you know, the problem i have is that we are supporting -- this has happened before. you look at gadfy and you look at all these others well, try to help people out and they end up killing our ambassadors, the people that we've helped after the overthrow takes place. you look at saddam hussein and iraq. the problem i have -- it's such a -- sort of an obvious problem after the history of the way, we're supporting the rebels. we don't even know who the rebels are. i spoke with a general the other day who's pretty well versed on this section of the world and he said, we have no idea who we're supporting. you know, we have no idea who they are. you know, look assad is a bad guy, but you could get worse.
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i mean, assad is bad, but you get -- and the migration is because of all of that civil war. if it would stabilize in any form, maybe these people could move back and, you know, we don't know who the people are that are moving. you see all these people. then this country is supposed to take 200,000, but you watch this migration, there's so many of them young men, strong men, and you say why aren't they fighting for their country and all of a sudden you hear obama, we're going to take maybe up to 200,000 or maybe more coming into this country. i think we're crazy. >> you've been -- you were criticized this week by one of your -- one of your rivals, governor jeb bush of florida, for perhaps switching issues, switching sides on the syrian refugee issue initially saying we should welcome them and then saying we, as president, you would remove them from the country. what do you say to jeb bush? >> he's very weak on immigration. bad on common core. he's bad on at lot of issues. i don't see how he goes any place. he's a nice person.
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that's about what he's got going for him. he is so weak on immigration, he has been for a long time. remember, they come in as an act of love, famous act of love statement. now he wants to welcome. first of all we know $19 trillion as a country. we have to fix our country. we have to rebuild, get rid of debt do so many things. bringing these people in, 200,000, over a period of years, is billions and billions of dollars and we don't know who they are. could be one of the great trojan horses. i think it probably isn't, but the word probably is not acceptable. it could be one of the great trojan horses of all time. they come in here. these are young, strong, men. you look at the migration. i said the other day, i was with a group of people and said where are the women, the children? they showed the scene of all of these young men. and we're going to just open up our country and take these people? we just can't do it. >> make sure you're letting in the good and keeping out the bad. mr. donald trump, thank you so much for your time today. >> okay. thank you all.
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>> thank you. >> thank you. >> coming up next here on the show, the aclu suing catholic hospitals to force them to perform abortions. how is that possible? father jonathan morris on the case with that. >> and a brand new link between your bed time and weight. is it really that simple? brand new research says yes. night night. >> that explains it. ♪ if you're an adult with type 2 diabetes and your a1c is not at goal with certain diabetes pills or daily insulin, your doctor may be talking about adding medication to help lower your a1c. ask your doctor if adding once-a-week tanzeum is right for you. once-a-week tanzeum is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes, along with diet and exercise. once-a-week tanzeum works by helping your body release its own natural insulin when it's needed. tanzeum is not recommended
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california show teens who stay up too late and get less sleep can increase their bmi numbers two points for every hour of lost sleep. and beauty really is in the eye of the beholder. a study suggests who you find physically attractive is plainly based on your own experiences rather than genes. so researchers found that people tend to agree on who was attractive only half the time. interesting. all right. anna? >> catholic hospitals under attack because of their religious believes. the american civil liberties union is suing one of the country's largest catholic health systems for refusing to provide emergency aabo -- aborts to women. they say they are putting women at risk. should they have to go against their own beliefs. >> a man who has thought about this subject father jonathan morris. is it conceivable, i think i can guess your opinion on this, conceivable the aclu could force catholic hospitals to perform abortions? >> yes. absolutely. >> wow.
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>> we see the federal government trying to force religious institutions to do things against their beliefs. the hhs mandate being one. that's just the beginning. when you say it's just contraception, let it go, most people believe in this think it's okay, but what about conscientious objection. then to this case which it's emergency abortion they're talking about. >> let's be specific. i think that's important to the story, that it's incomplete miscarriages. miscarriages that were incomplete and the aclu is arguing here is their statement that every pregnant woman who enters an emergency room should be guaranteed she will get the care she needs and not have to worry she won't get appropriate care because the hospital's religious affiliation argue it puts serious risk of complication for a woman who has have half a miscarriage. >> always going to be an explanation and most digestible possible. what does the aclu want? they want no religious belief whatsoever to get in the way of their objectives, their goals,
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their ideology. what the aclu be happy if every catholic hospital had to do full term abortions? you better believe it. no doubt. this is just a case of incremental pursuit of their objectives. that's my opinion. catholic theology, and a lot of -- most christian denominations would say doctors able to do whatever necessary procedure in order to save the life or to help a proportionally grave sickness of a mother. even if the consequences are that a fetus in this case, a human being that is at the beginning of their stages of development suffers damage or dies. so in other words, it's not that a catholic doctor or institution has to say oh, no, i have to protect the fetus above the mother, protect a child against the mother, no. it's take care of the patient, but the problem is, the aclu doesn't believe that baby inside the mother's wom ae's womb.
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>> or a human being. >> in these cases almost all of these cases, the fetus is dead, so they're arguing -- we're not talking about incremental changes. that they're arguing in most of these cases -- >> that's not their argument. the argument is that a doctor, a hospital should be required to kill the fetus if that's what the patient wants in order to protect the life of the mother. these catholic institutions are saying we will never intentionally kill a human being. we will try to save the life of both. >> let us know what you think. unbelievable story. >> and worth fighting for. i mean if they can force this on the catholic church, then i mean what can't they do? >> absolutely. >> not just the catholic church. you know, one out of nine hospitals in the united states are catholic but what about all of the other religious institutions that are doing health care. >> that's right. >> 11 minutes before the top of the hour. breaking news on the 2016 election. you just heard from donald trump. well, we have brand new poll
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seven minutes before the top of the hour. time to roll out the red carpet. two films in theaters this weekend what's worth your hard earned money. >> fox news contributors and
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founder kevin mccarthy here to give us his reviews of the walk and the martian. >> good to see you. the martian came out this past friday doing insane numbers. this is sir ridley scott's best movie, directed blade runner, gladiator, alien, i love the concept, matt damon is fantastic. jessica chastain is incredible as well. the visual effects are amazing, the pacing, everything about this movie works and the 3d by the way the opening scene when they have the storm on mars and the debris is flying around, that really, really works in 3d. it's a cool movie to watch. i love the concept. it work overall. 4.5 out of 5. it's in my top ten of the year currently definitely definitely check it out. phenomenal. >> and kudos to them for getting to mars and being able to film this by the way. >> exactly. clayton, exactly. >> hollywood will stop at nothing. second movie "the walk." what do you think of it? >> when i was a kid i went to
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new york city with my uncle and went to the two towers and he told me a story about this man who walked across the twin towers on a wire and didn't believe him. and then i saw a documentary years later called "man on wire" and it all made sense. they made a film about felipe in 1974 walked across the twin towers on a wire. joseph gordon leavitts playing him, the real man trained him to do the walk. robert zemeka directed this film and i spoke to joseph gordon leavitt how they recreated 1974 new york city, how do they make it look so real. check this out. >> they built a real set of top two stories of the world trade center and it looked beautiful and real and really like being there and then surrounded it with, you know, huge green walls with movie magic creates
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everything around, create all of new york city and the sky and the clouds and especially the two towers of the world trade center. i did do a lot of the wire walking and i did learn from felipe himself like you said but i also did have a double. that's important to recognize. his name is jade martin. excellent wire walker. >> incredible experience in the movie theater. people are saying they're feeling wind and getting sick. look down the visual effects are incredible. i recommend seeing it. you will feel like you're up there on the world trade center with joseph gordon leavitt. i give it a 4.5 out of 5. see it in imax 3d. i loved every second of it. >> maybe just the ac kicking on but all of au sudden your hair -- >> you feel it -- >> it's amazing. >> thanks, kevin. love you. >> love you too. >> fox news alert, deadly and dangerous flooding up and down the east coast. any relief in sight for the soaked states. team coverage at the top of the hour. >> a girl wins a $70,000 what she did next will have you
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hi, everyone. good morning. sunday the 4th of october, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. it's a fox news alert. two major stories breaking right now. a once-in-a-lifetime flood pounds the east coast as the coast guard continues to hunt for the 28 americans who went missing on board a cargo ship in hurricane joaquin. >> and donald trumps comes out swinging in defense of the second amendment. watch this. >> that guy has a license to carry in new york. can you believe that? somebody attacks me they're going to be shocked. can you imagine somebody says there's -- he's eeasy pickings. >> he's not easy pickings. that's the message.
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"fox and friends" and trump doubled down. >> make my day. >> have you seen the father and son smack down synchronized to the real thing. supplex. oh. >> not a oh, he's going for the body slam. oh. >> dad and son here on fox and friends. i think the kid was snapping into a slim jim during our show. can you dig it? we do begin with an extreme weather alert. we are tracking two developing stories this morning. a desperate search is on for a cargo ship missing with dozenps of americans on board. it vanished thursday. hurricane joaquin slammed the bahamas. >> at the same time south carolina dealing with dangerous flooding and neighborhoods where people are being trapped and
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told to stay put to avoid ven during into the rising floodwaters. >> a lot going on. rick is tracking the storms and has been since the beginning and we want to start off with jonathan who is live in charleston, south carolina. what do you see? >> good morning to you. it has been an adventurous morning commute. you can be driving down some streets in downtown charleston that are completely dry, turn the corner and then you find this. water lapping up to the front steps of these historic homes near the battery in downtown charleston's historic district. what's going on here is a combination of heavy rains and high tides causing this flooding. police have been restricting inbound traffic to the charleston peninsula which includes the city's popular downtown historic district. the city is used to flooding for several hours at a time, officials say the water from the storm system could remain for several days and affect areas normally not prone to flooding. it's a similar scene in north myrtle beach. cars driving through high waters
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and at times becoming stranded. officials warning people if you see water in front of you, turn around don't take chances because often the water is often hard to tell just how deep the water is. out at sea, the u.s. coast guard continues to search for a cargo ship that wept missing in hurricane joaquin. the large container vessel "el faro" lost communication thursday after sending a distress signal. the search involves flying aircraft into the storm at very low altitudes. the coast guard released audio from one of its pilots describing the conditions. listen. >> swells at 1,000 feet and the wave height in 40 feet. turbulence moderate causing the aircraft to climb and descend. this was the most challenging weather conditions anyone on our crew had ever flown in. be. >> coast guard crews found a life ring from that missing ves will suggests to -- vessel which suggests they are searching in the right area.
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downtown charleston, some residents coming out walking the dogs, seek seeing people jogging through it trying to conduct their lives as normally as possible. but as you can see from the flooding here, it may be several days before the city completely drys out. back to you guys. >> all right. jonathan, thank you. and rick, how long is it going to be until the waters recede? some folks will be trapped inside their homes, are they not? >> they are. one thing flash flooding, flash flooding comes upon you quickly and leaves quickly. river flooding is a different thing and because there's been so much water in south carolina all of the rivers are now at flood stage, major flood stage and a lot of them at their all-time ever heaviest flow in the rivers. so that takes a long time to go away and all of the areas that are flooded around that will be kind of a long-term process. we do dry out by tuesday into wednesday and then we'll start to see things get a little -- not back to normal by any means but the waters go down and then a better sense of some of the damage that's out there, especially to some of the roads.
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right now interstate 26 that's where this line of storms has kind of formed and this is very heavy rain once again. we're talking about rainfall rates maybe three to five inches an hour and that means you're already saturated, seen a lot of areas that have picked up well in excess of a foot of rain and now you get more. we're not done with this at all. you see there this is the future forecast. that right there is joaquin. it's going to get close to bermuda by the way, but then we're going to continue to watch moisture from that feed here in towards south carolina. we get a little break late in the evening tonight and then overnight we think there's going to be another batch of rain that lines up there again and that is again going to be some very heavy rain. rainfall totals coming here. we will see likely some in excess of 8 to 10 inches. again in a lot of the same spots. charleston the heaviest of the rain to the north of you. that's good news. not myrtle beach which has seen over 15 inches of rain, they will see another 5 to 8 inches of rain. not done at all.
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>> got a little breaking news in here. >> we should head to chris wallace. congressman jason chaffetz confirms he is running for the speaker of the house, challenging kevin mccarthy he criticized the other day for his remarks about the benghazi committee. he is in the race. >> kevin mccarthy, of course, seemed to be the frontrunner. we had a number of people here on the show, supporters of john boehner on the show saying it seemed like kevin mccarthy was the obvious choice. >> conservatives made life so uncomfortable for boehner he left but they didn't have their own candidate to replace him. chaffetz about as close as you get at this point. >> six minutes after the hour. following other stories and to these headlines starting with a fox news alert. syrian president assad blaming the west for isis grasp on the country. he calls the air strikes counter productive and says terrorism is spreading regardless of the destruction and hopes to form a coalition with russia, iran, and iraq even though russia has been bombing the country since
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wednesday. just when troopers thought it was over, a brand new shooting on an arizona highway. police saying someone in a tan pick-up truck pulled up alongside this gray car drive nearing phoenix and fired several shots through the driver's window. amazingly the driver was not hit. this comes weeks after a man was charged in four of 11 random highway shootings in the area. police are trying to figure out if this is connected to those cases or is an isolated incident. a father/son wrestling match goes viral after dubbed over with some creative commen tare fri the wwe. -- from the wwe. >> that was a blatant mishap. >> to the ground. >> oh. jamie and noah stopped by "fox and friends" earlier to talk about how this came about and the story behind the viral video. >> i've always wrestled with my brothers when i was younger and i think it's more or less the same thing, we started watching
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it and he loves to jump on me basically. i got him into it. he started watching it and thinking he loves jumping about whether it's wrestle or when we're -- >> just a warning, nobody was injured in the making of those videos. >> all right. >> we got brand new polls out just in to fox news channel at this hour. and in iowa and new hampshire, take a look at where donald trump sits this morning. still on top up in iowa with 24%. ben carson at 19%. >> just 5 percentage points behind them. >> this is an nbc/wall street journal marist poll. jeb bush only at 7. not playing in iowa. new hampshire he is. spending a lot of money and trump still on top, fiorina who i don't think has spent any money in new hampshire 16, bush 11 tied with rubio and carson. >> carly fiorina at 16% that has to be troubling to the bush camp we will speak to dana perino in a few minutes, what does that mean for him.
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>> the other side of the aisle in iowa, democratic caucusgoers with biden in the race, clinton at 33%, sanders 28% and biden 22%. >> so to be clear, this is with joe biden potentially in the race. he has not announced so these numbers obviously could switch if he doesn't announce. here's what it looks like in new hampshire with a biden candidacy. bernie sanders at 42%. look at that. >> he's, of course, from neighboring vermont but had a rally in boston with 20,000 people held in a convention center which followed another rally the same day with almost as many people. he is en fuego as we say, college kids love bernie sanders. if trump gets into the race -- rather if biden gets into the race he might split hillary clinton's support and could look like a very, very different race. >> it would be fascinating. like the glean parreen party of yesteryear. we saw from the campaign trail this week a discussion about guns and arming those who would protect our students at college
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campuses across the country and high school campuses across the country in the wake of that horrible shooting at the oregon college campus. donald trump earlier on the show, says that these gun-free zones are a complete disaster. listen to trump a few minutes ago. >> that was a gone-free zone in oregon where they had to guns allowed, no nothing. the only one that had the gun was the bad guy and everybody was sitting there and there was nothing they could do. not a thing they could do. actually the police did a fantastic job getting in that quickly. but there was nobody with any protection and wouldn't they have been better off if somebody in the room, anybody, you know, anybody had a gun to at least help them out? but it was a terrible thing and these gun-free zones are a disaster. everybody is just a sitting duck. >> you can mock trump but this is a rationale point. when there's a drunk driving accident you don't ban cars. you prevent drunk people from driving them. taking guns away from the law
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abiding is insane and childish. >> we talked yesterday about the number of guns in american households has actually gone down as these mass shootings have gone up. can you blame more guns? >> we spoke to the former high school football coach at the ohio high school that protected his students there when there was no one else to protect them back in 2012. having armed guards at the school, people who are trained and know what they're doing, police officers, who are trained in this, would have absolutely protected -- >> this infantile focus on the tool of the violence, the gun, what kind of gun, where did the gun come from, how big is the magazine? really if? a lot of people have guns at home not shooting strangers. no focus on the guy who did it, what about his life caused him to murder people he had never met before. >> the other side of that argument, though, of course, is in what people always throw out there. look at australia they have no gun violence, don't have guns, citizens aren't allowed to have guns. >> they have no freedom.
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you can go to prison for expressing unpopular views. >> that is the other side of the argument if this guy had a knife instead of a gun would all have been killed or fewer people have been hurt? >> we have a bill of rights. >> going through there storming in there in the first place if it wasn't a gun-free zone. that's where we're seeing the mass shootings happen. not in places where you know there's going to be guns, it's where places the gunmen know there will not be guns to stop them. >> trump talked about mental illness as a part of the puzzle and if he were president putting a magnifying glass on the mental health issue in this country how a guy like that gets a gun in the first place. >> i read the piece where the writer said ban all guns. what about the second amendment. written by white guys 200 years ago who cares. it's scary. >> coming up hillary clinton returns to saturd"saturday nigh" for the season premier to try to win over voters. dana joins us in seconds to talk about how she did. >> he can make something out of nothing and he's back where macgyver is popping up next.
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i'm just so darn bummed. all anyone wants to talk about is donald trump. >> donald trump? isn't he the one that's like "you're all losers"? >> hillary clinton making a cameo last night on "saturday night live" and taking a shot at donald trump. here with reaction co-host of the five, dana perino. thanks for being with us. >> you bet. >> what do you think about this? how did she do?
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>> until one, smart thing to go. the campaign told "the new york times" we're going to show she's a lot more likable so she gets to go on, has a cameo, season premier. they're not going to be mean when you show up in person, okay. there's plenty to make fun of her about but when you're there it's hard to make fun of them. any time a liberal is going on "snl" the jokes are going to be at the republicans' expense no matter what. even if they think their a pretty funny, always be negative towards a republican. >> they did take a small crack about her e-mail scandal. >> and bill clinton shows up and mocks the fact he has two of her and runs out of the room. >> yeah. so i think it's funny, but this is a weird thing watching the campaigns and this goes for all of them, all of the candidates. these types of appearances useden to like the spice -- used to be like the spice added to the dish a the end of the meal to spice it up a little bit. it's actually now like the meal, the bread and butter of the campaign seems to be these shows that are not -- like every once
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in a while you might do "60 minutes" and sprinkle spice. >> arsenio hall playing the saxophone, that was the spice, but he had a lot of sit down interviews for that. what about joe biden? >> breaking news from yesterday from cbs saying that they have more sources saying that he is likely to make a decision in the next few days. last week at the u.n. general assembly in new york, all the elitesists were up here but a lot think joe biden is going to do it and i think that if you look at the deadlines he is facing, not just the one about the democratic debate which is october 139 and i can't wait, i'm going to watch that with my popcorn and milk duds and dog, but it's the fact that he has to file with certain states if he's actually going to make it on the ballot by november 1st. if he is going to get in, he doesn't have a very big window to wait any longer. >> that's for sure. i heard you say something so smart the other night, by the end of the month there will be a smaller field on the republican
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side, and you had advice for people who are going to be exiting the race. >> i wrote a column for foxnews.com called dana's dos and don'ts, kennedy-inspired idea. one of the things i said is if you're looking at these campaigns, there's about seven candidates on the republican side who you have to be asking yourselves, you know you're not going to be president of the united states, so you to have an exit strategy. i recommend number one, don't be embarrassed. so you threw your hat in the ring, not an easy thing to do. number two, always make sure you write your own statement so that people actually hear your voice. number three, do not let your staff find out about it from the press first. they have worked hard, they have got up every day and dedicated to you, probably took a pay cut, worked saturdays and sundays, weekends, nights, everything, they lived for you and if they find out about it on twitter first, that is not a good thing. >> that happens a lot. >> it's happened recently. the other thing is, don't run up a lot of campaign debt in the hopes you might be able to
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squeak out another couple weeks. it's not good for you or your supporters and certainly not good for your future prospects because people won't want to support you again. >> who's getting out? >> well, i think -- i won't name names but look at the bottom seven i think those seven will probably be gone by christmas. >> yeah. >> dana perino. >> do you love having me on "fox and friends" weekend. >> the more the merrier. >> three hours and 20 minutes -- that was like the rest of the show and we get to this. >> what can we serve you for breakfast the next time some. >> did you see trump pull a gone out. >> i did not. >> it was a handgun. >> i think he is -- he's staying on top of the polls. i don't see how he's expanding had is coalition for more supporters. that will be his next challenge. >> check be her out on the five. thanks so much. 20 minutes after the hour. here's what's coming up, a girl wins a $70,000 car at raffle and
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quick headlines. the best video you'll see today, little dog, big hero, 20 pound french bull dog scares off three bears inside her california home. look at that. he's got a knack for getting out of sticky situations. >> you got no rings. now what. >> this was going to happen. macgyver coming back. cbs bringing back the '80s action series with a younger macgyver who gets recruited to
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use his unconventional problem-solving skills to prevent disaster from happening. same show, new decade. >> loved that show. all he needs is a paper clip and pocket knife. 13-year-old erin spends every thursday afternoon volunteering at joseph's house a non-profit home for mothers and children. she also raises money for them in any way she can and collected bottles and conditions to participate in their charity raffle where she won a $70,000 car. what she did next, though, brought the people who run the charity to tears without hesitate she donated the car right back to them. erin burns and her mom jeanne joins us now. thanks for being with us. what a great story. >> thanks for having us. >> thank you. >> tell me how you raised money for all the raffle tickets? you went around collecting bottles and things like that. how did you do that? >> i collected cans and bottles and i collected over like $500
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worth of it and then $200 worth of that money went towards the tickets and i bought 60 tickets for the raffle. >> 60 ticks out of the 26,000 sold. wow. it's amazing you won. were where you surprised when you did and could you believe you had a knew car? >> yeah. i was going crazy. >> so if you were going crazy, i mean i think we have a picture of you with the car. most 13-year-olds would say wait, i have three more years until i'm 16 and i'm going to keep this thing and shine it every weekend and ready for me when i get the driver's license. why did you decide to give it back to the charity? >> because joseph's house is very important to me and they need the money more than i do and if you saw those babies you would have done the same thing. >> so what is it that the charity does for the babies and what are they in need of? >> i can help with this one. it's a home where girls can go that have unplanned pregnancies and don't have any place to go. >> well, joseph's house -- >> it helps -- >> has said this about erin.
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they say she's an absolutely wonderful young girl and we are forever grateful for her selfless generosity and the example she sets for all of us. how proud of you are you of your daughter and where did she learn this from? >> we're very proud of her, actually, but erin is the youngest of six children so at our house we've taught them give back and also more hands make light work. so it just kind of stems from there. and we do love the babies, that's for sure. it's a very special place. and we just love going there. >> what's joseph's house going to do with the car? >> i'm not really sure. well, i think it was sold, don't quote me on that, think it was sold and they will get a 12 passenger vehicle so it will be great. it will be able to help the moms, you know, if they need to get to doctors appointments and things like that. last week four newborns came on. when we were there last thursday four brand new babies that came on.
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>> [ inaudible ]. >> say that again. >> go ahead. >> erin, what will you be doing next? doing more for the charity? >> i'm still collecting cans and bottles. go every thursday to take care of the babies. >> changing the world with one small act of kindness at a time. thank you so much. what a great thing you did. $70,000. that's great. 28 minutes after the hour. a here's what's coming up. moments ago, the race for the next speaker of the house just got a lot more interesting. a new challenger enters the race. who could pose a serious risk to the gop majority leader kevin mccarthy and culture clash, new york, city's mayor ordering museums to break down their stats by race if they don't, funding will be cut we're told. is that fair. we report, you decide. ♪ money ain't for nothing and the chicks for free ♪ ♪ that's the way you do it feel secure in your dentures...
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saying that, that would be catastrophic. boon hill plantation, 24.25 inches of rain and there's still more rain to come. charleston airport over 16 inches, downtown charleston answered 15 inches. you get the idea. a lot of rain out there. take a look at some of the video coming in out of the area. cars, so many submerged. you might not think it's that deep and suddenly it becomes deeper and with that kind of water you don't have an idea if the road was still there. take a listen to what one woman trying to get to work a block away had to say. >> lived here 15 years and never seen it this bad before. >> i'm trying to make it to the hospital to see patients. i'm a fellow at the patient hospital and i live that way and the water was above my waist. i couldn't do it. >> scary conditions all there. a lot of the rivers will continue to rise so this isn't done. we still have the rain and we more riskers that will crest downstream and take a long time
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for all this water to go away especially because we still have the water coming in and very heavy rainfall pivoting towards the myrtle beach area stretched over towards columbia. we're going to continue to see this. some of the rain bands will have 3 to 4 inches of rain per hour in it and we will see some areas that maybe see another 6 to 12 inches. keep this in mind, hurricane floyd, place that gets hurricane, hurricane floyd one of their worst disasters ever, more rain from this system than that. >> a lot of people thinking we dodged a bullet with hurricane joaquin not making direct landfall but boy are people suffering. >> absolutely. >> we will get to this too, a fox news alert, moments ago the race for the next speaker of the house just got a lot more interesting. utah congressman jason chaffetz announcing he will challenge kevin mccarthy for the top spot in the house. chaffetz who serves as chairman of the house oversight committee slammed mccarthy in an interview
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with politico questioning his ability to be an effective communicator for the party. of course he's referring to coming car this's comments last week when he seemed to skug the benghazi select committee was assembled to hurt hillary clinton in the polls. some thought that. chafe fets admits he's the underdog but republicans need an alternative before they settle for more of the same. a developing story, more than two dozen students hurt when a concrete canopy collapses on a high school band before a competition in north carolina. the collapse triggered when trucks carrying instruments crashed into a support beam causing the awning to give way. one person's injuries are considered to be life threatening. we'll follow that. american adventurer johnny strange dies in a wing suit crash in switzerland. it happened after he jumped from a mountain in the alps. police believe strong winds were a factor. strange become the youngest person to scale the tallst peaks of the world's continents
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including mt. everest. he was 23 years old. a couple of contractors absolutely nailed this rendition of "how great thou art." ♪ then since my soul my savior god to thee ♪ >> that's aaron gray and josh arnett singing with their pastor friend, their voices becoming a hit on-line. they talked to us earlier on "fox and friends" and shared their harmony. >> about three years ago we just was on the job together and decided to make a video just for fun and we've done it ever since. just for fun. ♪ how great thou art how great thou art ♪ >> and the duo now plans to record an album.
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i was recording them. >> they were awesome. >> we have a story out of new york city. bill de blasio's administration has ordered all museums in the city to fill out detailed questionnaires on the race of their employees. this is not optional. museums have been told if you don't do this you will no longer get funding from the city of new york. >> having to scan personnel files and pluck out information like their race and plug it into a demographic spreadsheet and then if they happen to be a museum or organization that doesn't keep track of this information they're asked to suffer for it. $150,000 spent on this private funding but imagine what that could go to instead. educational programs for children, or addin exhibits at these museums for the public to get to go see. >> i spoke to one staff member at one museum. saying this is absolutely happening beyond the demographic museum, the art hung on the walls they're needing to make sure if they hang up a painting
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from a white artist, that we are culturally sensitive enough to hang a painting from a minority next to the right artist in case that person is looking at this one painting might be offended -- >> we should be clear. it's not just new york city. every level of government throughout the united states. why is it a problem when government keeps tracks of citizen races. it treats them different. segregation was immoral because government dolled out based on one race. that's still happening. everyone knows it's happening. >> we shared the story earlier on the show and you've been lighting up social media. wrote this, what about the rest of employers receiving funding. you cannot target one and not all. >> doug posted this on facebook, get rid of the mayor abuse of power. >> elle writes people should be hiring according to qualifications not ethnic origin. well that seemed obvious. >> yeah. >> that is now a micro aggression, elle, so you know. >> micro aggression.
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cars flying off the dealers lots the fastest in ten years in this country. auto sales rising at a pace of 18 million a month during the month of september. overall the industry is seeing a boost of 16% in one year thanks to a lot of things including low gas prices. the rise causing rifts between companies and auto workers. there may be strikes on the way that could affect the dynamic we explained. joining us with her take the host of "sunday morning futures" maria bartiromo. one sector of the american company doing great. >> it is. i'm glad you started that way. saw the jobs numbers on friday and continue to see this economy sort of crimping by very, very slowly and the auto sector has been a complete standout. we really did see a very strong showing last month. >> gas prices? >> gas prices as well. that's leading people to jeeps and suvs. but also low interest rates. when you have rock bottom rates people don't mind taking out a loan or taking out --
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>> of course. >> lending. >> commodity prices and the whole thing. >> correct. >> you say organized labor could be the fly in the ointment. >> with you could see the one area of the economy doing well, come back a few steps if this materializes. today is the deadline for striking workers, some workers who may go on strike for fiat, chrysler. fiat has been wowing people. you saw the pope in a fiat last week. a lot of glamour around fiat. jeep with the all a -- ford motor with their all aluminum f-150 on fire. they're facing striking workers potentially next week. the united auto workers have rejected contract renegotiations from fiat chrysler, ford and gm. so we're going into the last quarter of the year right now. that's the holiday season when you see usually a good showing for the automakers. it's anybody's guess if, in fact, this strength continues with the striking potential. >> boy, the irony is if all of america's blue collar auto
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workers seem to have a pretty good deal at least by compareton so everyone else. >> one of the issues is that around 2007/2008 when we had the financial crisis they had new concessions they agreed to. newer workers would get paid lower than older workers. because you have the seniority. they want that changed. they say we got through the financial crisis, now you see auto sales where they are, we want to be paid. we haven't gotten a raise since 2007. we want this stopped. the truth is, we just started getting traction in the auto sector. if you put that extras cost and upset in the situation now, you may very well just bring them right back because this is only one sector doing well. >> a lot of labor leaders not economists. who's on your show? >> we have a great show today. we're talking about the economy with maya mcginness, representative max thorn berry, chairman of the house armed services committee. everybody is questioning russia right now, what is russia's motivation in terms of telling the u.s. get out of the way,
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welcome back. time for a quick look at the nfl matchups today. the new york jets coming off that defeat by the philadelphia eagles last week will face off against miami dolphins. game is under way right now at wembley stadium in london. right now the jets lead 7-0. the cincinnati bengals look to go 4-0 this afternoon. they'll host the struggling kansas city chiefs. kickoff is at 1:00 p.m. eastern. adrian peterson and the minnesota vikings take on peyton manning and the undefeated denver broncos. that game starts at 4:25 eastern.
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and eagles and redskins at 1:00. >> i'll be watching. well, they're one of the hottest christian bands out there. their latest album hit top ten in seven different countries on itunes. chris llewelyn, the lead singer of rend collective joins us now. thank you for being with us. we have been listening to you. you sound terrific. >> thank you. it is an early morning for us. irish people don't get up this early. >> why is that? >> we don't have anything to do. the sheep look after themselves. >> you are a nurturing a different kind of flock with your music. and you know, it is an important job, it is your calling, it is fun. how important is it? you're reaching these people. >> it is so amazing to be part of something that god is doing.
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music is awesome because it is not a religious thing. it reaches across all kinds of the boundaries. we're not really religious, but we love jesus, we love to sing and celebrate him. >> what is the difference in being in love with jesus and wanting to celebrate him but not being religious? what do you mean? >> i guess for us, we're not going through the motions like we feel like jesus is alive, a real person, with a real heart beat in our lives and we just enjoy that relationship with him every day. >> i know you're going on tour with chris tomlin, he's been on the show. what is it about christian music that is resonating and why is it gaining popularity? >> it is a timeless thing. ser everybody is looking for something in their life. and we believe that jesus is the answer. don't want to be arrogant as we say that, but we really believe the gospel turned our lives around and we would love to see other people come to it as well.
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>> what will you be perform today? >> our newest song called "every giant will fall." it is just a real anthem, a battle cry of hope, hope in life and the situations that may seem impossible. >> you are known for your energy and live performances. let's see it. ♪ ♪ the promised land though there is pain within the plan ♪ ♪ there is victory in the air ♪ ♪ your love is my battle cry ♪ ♪ when my fears you're the warmth
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around my soul ♪ ♪ my heart your love is my battle cry ♪ ♪ mountains will move be broken in two ♪ ♪ walk through raging fire the shadows feel alive ♪ ♪ your word is my battle cry ♪
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♪ mountains will move broken in two ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ mountains will move every chain of the ♪ will be broken in two fear of light ♪
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bugler. >> and folks from duck dynasty will be on tomorrow. >> tomorrow will be unbelievable. >> you won't be on tomorrow. >> bye, everyone. >> . good morning. is putin telling the truth about the intentions to fight isis. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." the pentagon claiming russia is damaging the u.s. led effort in syria by attack rebel fighters. the growing tension between the white house and the kremlin. jeb bush's popularity follow faull ing falling in recent polls. more on that and the race to the white house. expectations for the labor market, jobs falling srt

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