tv Fox and Friends Sunday FOX News October 11, 2015 3:00am-7:01am PDT
hi, friends. good morning. today is sunday, the 11th of october, 2015. i'm anna kooiman and this is a fox news alert. a big break for bowe bergdahl. an army officer says the man who deserted his post in afghanistan and was traded for the taliban five terrorists should avoid prison time. what this means for his case, ahead. and thousands marched on washington yesterday demanding equal rights. but the message from the stand, some of it was pure hate. >> every other day we see a young black male being murdered by the blue club clan. >> down, down, usa. down, down usa! >> i don't know if you caught that but they said the blue clux
clan. did extremists just hijack the million man march? >> and it's the play everyone's talking about this morning. dodgers second baseman chase utley, not a philly anymore, taking out mets shortstop ruben tejada. did you see this? he did this to avoid a double play. but was this move fair? and he wound up with a broken leg. we'll tell you all of it and the fallout on twitter this morning. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ >> pay attention, it's national safety month. we have some tips all morning long out on the plaza. we have the jaws of life cutting into cars. they're going to show you all the things you know to be safe this morning. >> when you're rubber necking after accidents, you're
wondering how are they doing that? we're going to find out. we're tipping our hat to them. >> hipping our hat to ed henry. >> i was trying to be here yesterday but caught in a little weather on friday night. >> good to have you. >> i like the pockets. >> does it match? >> mm-hmm. >> a lot to get to this morning. >> we're going to start with this fox news alert because bowe bergdahl, is this a big break for him? a military officer recommending no jail time for the man accused of deserting his unit in afghanistan in 2009. >> the lieutenant colonel says the case should be sent to a lower level court-martial which means basically bergdahl's punishment could be reduction in rank and just a bad conduct discharge. >> this is a huge step down from a possible life sentence. now on charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. remember, after bergdahl left his unit he was captured by the taliban and held captive. that was until he was freed last year when the united states exchanged him for those five taliban commanders. so a lot to get to this morning on this story. let's bring in lieutenant
colonel tony shaffer who's been following this case from the very beginning. tony, you disagree with this assessment. so he might not get any jail time? >> well, this is criminal negligence, as far as i'm concerned. let's face it. you brought up the very key point here, five four-star general equivalent to get him back and most importantly, this guy defected. he went over to the enemy. he gave them aid and comfort. and yes he was tortured. he was held for five years. but it was because he walked away, presented himself to the enemy, and let me be painfully clear here, at least seven u.s. soldiers, three british soldiers, died in the process of trying to recover him after his bad behavior. and one last mitigating fact, which i think is important, the defense's line that he left post, tried to walk 19 miles to find a general, is a lie. so, when you basically add the layers of stupidity up, the guy should be put away for at least
another five years as far as i'm concerned. and, it's not over yet. much of the recommendation is for the special court-martial, general abrams, robert abrams, has the final decision. he could ratchet it back up to a general court-martial or go the other way and put it in administrative channels. but it's not over yet. >> well, in the beginning, it looked like he may have been abducted by -- by terrorists. and then, it came out, you know, there were -- there was this outrage from folks who were, you know, out there with him searching for him for 45 days the search goes on. >> right. >> and you mention that ten nato troops are killed. what does it do for morale, this new development this morning? >> well, two things. first, the general officers i am close to, and my mentors in the army are basically saying, you cannot have soldiers simply saying i've had enough, i don't want to play anymore, i'm going to walk away. especially in combat. that's the first factor he has to be held accountable for that. separate that from whatever
punishment he gets. and you can't simply have people saying, after they've taken the oath of office, they put the uniform on, they deploy to a combat zone saying, you know, it's just too hard. or i just don't want to play anymore. i think this is where it's at right now. yeah, morale will suffer by the fact that you see people every day, going out and doing the hard work of defending the nation, seeing this one individual do things which are completely criminal, as far as i'm concerned. >> lieutenant colonel as a reporter i want to be fair here and try to figure out what possible justification would the army officer have here to say that it should be a lighter sentence? can you take us in at least, even if you disagree with his reasoning, what would be the reasoning here, number one, and number two, in terms of the general potentially stepping in and overturning this, how often do they accept the recommendations of an officer in this case? the -- >> latter part of the question first. i think it's fairly common that they do assess it. in this case, because everything is so political i don't know which way general aidan is going to go.
this is one of those things, this has been political from day one. secondly, regarding the ostensible punishment, the major general, one of my closest friends well, you know, he suffered for five years. he spent five years under harsher conditions than he would have at leavenworth and maybe it's time to let him go. everybody believes he should get a bad conduct discharge and some other very harsh things. i think that's where the breakdown comes in. yes he's going to get court-martialed. the degree of which we don't know. he could still end up in a special court-martial with some level of jail time. he could still go to jail for ail year. it's not over on that account yet. basically, look, i've got to give my kred to his lawyer, they've done a great job of presenting this to create a sympathetic view of -- to the public and to the military court system. it's just not accurate. >> before you go, i want to get your take on the five fighters. because there are conflicting reports, sources telling fox news that three of the five fighters that were exchanged for
bowe bergdahl have re-engaged with their terror network, although the state department disagrees with that and says none of them have re-engaged. and that they are being closely monitored. what's your take? >> well, look, i'm going to go with catherine herridge on this, talking to the intelligence committee not the state department. the state department, the credibility of those guys, some of the issues they're dealing with with hillary clinton's e-mail, the bottom line is this, those individuals were returned, very high price was paid. i believe that they are back in contact. and again, if you just look at the face of it, these are generals who are basically able to remotely influence troops that are now in combat with our forces. we just had kunduz, we just had a major engagement with the taliban. so these guys, being there, available for even intellectual or emotional support is significant. this is no small thing. >> lieutenant colonel shaffer, thanks for getting up early with us for your analysis. on your sunday morning, some
other stories we're following now. this, new overnight a plane with two people on board crashes right into a california home, sparking a fire. the faa says the plane went down minutes after taking off from the lake tahoe airport. no one was in the house was hurt and the status of those on the plane is unknown. investigators still trying to figure out what went wrong. an explosive discovery on a golf course leaves a man arrested. police in northern california say kevin cornbuckle left two homemade acid bombs capable of spraying debris some 50 feet. one was detonated in a controlled explosion in the foxtail golf club. the other was found nearby already detonated. the golf course and club were evacuated. no one was hurt. and the teenager who wowed the world by singing for the pope in philadelphia. ♪
>> oh, wow. now 14-year-old bobby hill is catching the attention of the man who wrote that song. broadway composer andrew lloyd webber just invited the teenager to the december opening of his newest show right after his performance bobby told "fox & friends" it was completely last minute. >> well, i happened to be a change that they needed someone and my choir director recommended me. i was a little nervous but i was more excited. >> wow, man. i wouldn't even be able to get the words out. after he song the pope gave bobby rosary beads. some weather this morning. extreme weather, death toll rising in south carolina. 19 people killed so far. floodwaters soaking that state. >> and as thousands try to recover from the storm, more rain is falling. governor nikki haley asking people to stay off the unstable
roadways. >> rick is all over this this morning. it's been a desperate situation for several days. >> it rained yesterday, but it's gone now. it was for the most part pretty light. just more an annoyance for people who are trying to work on that cleanup. and obviously a lot of the roads certainly unstable. still a lot of roads closed and bridges out. it's going to take months and months to get that back. you see a lot of widespread, maybe quarter inch. a few couple little pockets there. saw a couple thunderstorms move through, too. this is now all gone out of here. but there are still some flood advisories that's going to be with us for awhile because of the river flooding. that river flooding just takes a very long time for those rivers to go anywhere. this is a look at that storm here. still bringing rain showers across parts of the carolina coastline this morning. and then i just want to end this, guys, take a look at this up across parts of maine. snow. snow. snow. far northern maine it happens. right now, it's that time of year -- >> it's still baseball season. >> let's talk about this.
listen, the internet exploded last night. let me set the stage for you. it's the seventh inning. chase utley for the dodgers on first base. hernandez on third base and then the dodgers get up to make this play. watch this play right now. chase utley at second slides into ruben tejada, and see if this is fair or foul. watch. >> up the middle. they will not get the double play. chase utley going hard at second as the tying run scores. tejada looked like a receiver coming over the middle. having his feet knocked out from under him. by a defensive back. check this out. >> this is going to be a tough turn any way. the ball behind second base he was going to turn that way to make a throw. utley got off to a great secondary lead. he gets right there to break up the double play. >> throwing himself -- >> that double play that was
broken up there by chase utley sliding in there, he broke his leg. so tejada is out. >> and they ended up keeping the safe call because his foot wasn't even on the bag. what a lose-lose. >> and the mets coach terry collins said he thinks the umpires made the right call because he never touched the bag. never touched the bag to get him out. chase utley thought he was out. he goes back out to the dugout. they send him back out, no you're safe. the umpire called him out. they let him go back, said it's the umpire's fault he walked away. the desperate situation the dodgers were in was that they lost game one. they're at home. they've got to win game two. it's a very close play. but i think he's trying to break up a double play so that the runner can score from third. >> and this is common practice. >> it happens a lot. i think it was a freak. i don't think he intended to break his leg. here's a side bar to the whole deal. the backup shortstop, now that tejada is out for the playoffs, flores. he was the guy who thought he was traded. >> right. >> crying. started crying on the field. then became a big national -- >> there he is.
>> the darling of the mets. >> he hit a homer a couple days later. and now, is this sending flores out for a dramatic postseason. >> my close friend who is a mets fan texted me last night, because he knows, obviously the phillies, oh, typical phillies, he's a dodger now. what are you going to do. >> was it a fair play or dirty? we want to hear from you. >> firstname.lastname@example.org. i didn't know they were still playing baseball. i thought it was over >> there are other teams in baseball. >> hillary clinton has struggled in debates before. >> the likability issue, where they seem to like barack obama more. >> i don't think i'm that bad. >> you're likable enough, hillary. >> thank you. >> likable enough. could her past mistakes come back to haunt her in tuesday's debate? >> and it's a sacred journey few have ever made. the crew who piloted pope francis on his u.s. visit share
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let's ask lisa booth. she helps candidates prepare for debates and she's vice president of political polling and public refairs research at wpa research. >> good morning. >> go back and look at that moment, it was pretty brutal for hillary clinton right there. in that debate. because number one, barack obama had this great moment where he said let's stop tearing each other apart, let's come together. it was over charges that he was plagiarizing some of his speeches and hillary clinton, to me, it sounded like she was a little too practiced, rehearsed, saying that's not change. you know, that you can xerox. that is something you heard a groan from the audience, you got to be careful not to be too scripted. >> well, ed, you're absolutely right. and here, this is one of these krang worthy moments for hillary clinton at that moment. especially if you're dealing with a candidate like president barack obama. who is so evasive. i mean, he's just a very good debater. he's very good on this stage. and so these are one of those attacks that really fell flat. and actually painted hillary clinton in a negative light. so those kinds of attacks that you want to avoid as a candidate if you're hillary clinton.
>> lisa, there was another key moment, they had over 20 debates between each other back in 2007-2008. watch this one and we'll react on the other side. >> what can you say to the voters of new hampshire on this stage tonight who see your resume and like it, but are hesitating on the likability issue, where they seem to like barack obama more. >> well, that hurts my feelings. i don't think i'm that bad. >> you're likable enough, hillary. no doubt. >> thank you. >> there's a couple ways to break that down. it's still brutal to watch. on one hand i think it kind of showed, to be fair to hillary clinton, the arrogance of then-senator obama by saying you're likable enough actually helped hillary clinton in that moment. but how did she do? because she's going to get that same question here almost eight years later. people don't like you. >> well, ed, you're absolutely right. and this underscores a big problem that hillary clinton has had for quite some time now and it's the likability factor. you see, whoops, her favorabilities have been continuing to go down. the number one word associated
with her, especially with her e-mails, is liar. and so there really is this level of inoffensiveness, and just general distrust that voters have in hillary clinton. so i think this is going to be a problem for her and it's absolutely going to be something that she's going to try to overcome in the debate. but it's hard to -- it's hard to coach a candidate to be likable. it really is one of those things that you either are or you aren't and this isn't something that has plagued hillary clinton for quite some time now. >> lisa booth, likable this morning. bring your "a" game. tuesday night in vegas, i'll be there and we'll be reporting on it all week. good to see you. >> have a good morning. thank you. coming up, it's the sacred journey few have ever made. the flight crew hand picked to pilot pope francis on his recent u.s. visit. they share their incredible story with us live this morning. plus are you looking to improve your relationship? the one thing you do right now that can make that happen.
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welcome back. some quick international headlines for you. the pentagon will pay survivors and families of those killed following airstrikes on a doctors without borders hospital in afghanistan. twelve staff members and ten patients died in the october 3rd attack. u.s. officials say they were targeting militants and accidentally hit the trauma center. and a safety issue alert. european aviation officials are warning pilots to avoid flying over iraq, iran and the caspian sea. they say there is a serious risk of missiles crossing the airspace, and potentially hitting airplanes. anna, ed? >> all right, thanks so much.
24 minutes after the hour. it was a flight one american airlines crew will not soon forget. fly pope francis around the united states and back to rome late last month. >> now the crew is opening up for the first time about the sacred journey they shared with the pontiff. joining us now george griffin who was captain of the plane. which they called shepherd 1. and tim howard the dispatcher who spent more than a year planning the trip. good morning, great to have you here. especially on a sunday morning, because captain, i understand that you believe -- you say that it was basically like seeing god. >> well, it was. first of all, happy to be here. but, it was -- he's a very powerful man, and when you're in his presence. and as you sit there, and talk with him, and interact with him, he's a very humble man. but you can see why he is known as the people's pope. because he is so popular amongst all faiths. >> yeah, well and when you're nearing 80 years old to be that charismatic is just awesome to
be around, isn't it, tom? has this experienced trentoned your faith? are you feeling more blessed today? >> oh, yes. just being around him. just his charisma that he has about him. you can see it in his eyes. and you can see it in his smile when you get around him to talk to him. it is -- it was a very honor, a very honored to be around him. >> and captain, you -- talk about first meeting the pontiff. i understand you asked him to pray for a safe landing. talk about that, but also what was it like to actually meet him and talk to him? >> well, i would greet him every time he walked on the aircraft, of course, as we left. but, one of the special moments on the flight for me was on the leg from jfk down to philadelphia. i was flying the leg, and i asked the -- his holiness if he would just pray for my landing. because i wanted it to be a very good one for him. and without hesitation he turned to me and said, well you must
pray for me because i have a very big day in philadelphia. >> oh. >> so we agreed to pray for each other and his prayers were answered, of course, for me. >> i mean the access that you were able to get, just being able to, you know, talk to him and say, can you pray for me. and him coming back and doing that is just amazing. what -- what -- give us some more ideas of, you know, what it was like to be around him. pull back the curtain a little bit. any specific examples of a moment? >>, you know, he is like your favorite grandfather, who is always smiling, very humble. he's easily approachable. and he's just a pleasure to be around. he is -- he actually acts like he's not a head of state or somebody very important. he is very easy to be around and talk with. >> did he make any special requests? >> no. he really did not. he was -- >> peanuts or popcorn? >> contrary -- on the contrary he was just totally opposite.
he really wanted nothing special from us at all. >> well -- >> and as far as even on the like the configuration of the aircraft, he wanted nothing extra done on it. it was just a standard aircraft. >> well, thanks for joining us, both of you, it was terrific to talk to you. great story. >> thank you. >> thanks a lot. >> wow. >> amazing. what an experience. 28 minutes after the hour. thousands march on washington demanding equal rights but the message from the stage, pure hate. >> down, down, usa! down, down usa! >> did extremists hijack the million man march? >> and it's public safety month and this morning our friends on the plaza are first responders sounding the alarm on what it takes to be prepared.
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this hand me down sweater for school picture day. check it out. >> it's amazing how it's come back full circle. probably went out of fashion for a little bit. now it's back in fashion. 7-year-old brady gose smiles from ear to ear wearing the same gray sweater his grandfather wore for his first grade photo back in 1958. his great uncles and dad also donned the sweater. he said he carried on the tradition as a way to honor his late father. this morning want to see your school photos, old or new. do you have any family traditions like that? we'd also like to hear that. >> usually you don't have any teeth in your first grade picture but some of those little boys did have teeth. >> because you're losing them. they pop out around that time. my mom used to send me off to school pictures with like the cowlick pushed down. inevitably in the school picture there's the big sprout of hair. >> your alfalfa. >> you still have that? >> oh, yeah. >> i got to put like -- like a p pomade up there or something. >> we've got some big news as well. just came from d.c. when i was at the airport i saw
thousands of people coming in for the million man march. quickly, though, turned to a lot of hate from the podium. a lot of good people, like i said, i saw at the airport coming in, said they wanted to talk about justice issues. they wanted to come together on the 20th anniversary of the original million man march. but if you watch what happened at the podium yesterday, much different story. listen. >> -- is still alive, so we say down, down, usa! down, down, usa! >> we've come together today on 10/10/15 because we're sick and tired of being sick and tired of seeing every other day a young black male being murdered by the blue klux klan. >> black lives matter. are welcome, have a cherished spot, because they represent the future leadership.
these are not just young people who happen to wake up one morning. ferguson ignited it all. >> jesus was a palestinian. the palestinian people have had the europeans come and take their country. >> reverend wright there. >> louis farrakhan who 20 years ago led the original million man march. and -- >> had a different tone. >> certainly a different tone back then. back then it was about voters rights issues and civil rights issues, and of course the nation of islam at the time organized a bunch of other civil rights groups. this time, though, the tone completely different. you didn't hear a lot of the crowd cheering when they were saying -- maybe that's the heartening part. you bring your kids out to this type of event and you hear these people at the podium talking about police officers as the blue klux klan. >> hijacked by hate speech from that side. and then the problem with this, really, is that it's silencing out the grievances that this
crowd need to be heard. >> all right. some other stories making headlines this sunday morning. oklahoma rattled overnight by two earthquakes. one of them near the world's most important crude oil storage hub. the strongest was a 4.5 magnitude quake which followed a 4.4 magnitude quake. no reports of any significant damage. six other tremors also reported in the area throughout the day. and the happiest place on earth turned downright scary for some. disney world visitors getting stuck more than 40 feet in the air after a monorail line into the park malfunctioned. crews having to rescue passengers with a lift. halting magic kingdom traffic to a standstill. no one was hurt. officials tried to figure out what caused the glitch. don't mess with the train. an indiana woman uses her medieval combat skills and a japanese sword to take down an intruder inside her indianapolis home. karen says she woke up after
hearing a strange man's voice. she got out of bed and found him in her living room. she immediately started throwing punches. >> i could see the guy standing right about here and then i just came out and started punching like this, get out, get out, get out. >> the 43-year-old then backed him into a corner and grabbed her sword. check this thing out! wow. well then she holds him down until police arrive. 30-year-old jacob wessel was arrested. police say he was high on drugs when he broke in. don't mess with her. looking to spice up your love life? just put that phone away. a tip for you. a new book says simply having your phone around while you're with your partner can harm your relationship. and according to a new poll nearly 90% of people check their phone at least once the last time they were with someone. we want to know from you at home, what do you think. do phones negatively impact relationships? send us an e-mail email@example.com or hit us up
on facebook or twitter. you're messing up our relationship. >> i'm just checking instagram. >> you are talking about 24% of a certain group of teenagers are on their phone almost constantly. >> yeah. >> constantly. >> they get like the craning neck pain. if you see rick in the hallway, he's got craning neck pain from looking down at his device constantly. >> not true. i've given it up. >> since when? 30 seconds? >> since you saw me last about four minutes ago. all right, talk some weather. we've got a pretty nice day across so much of the country. see that blue there, chilly across parts of the northeast. it's going to feel like a very nice fall morning. but that is really the only spot we have fall. even by this afternoon, the sun comes back, and it warms up compared to yesterday. it's going to be a beautiful day across much of the eastern seaboard. down across areas of the southeast, we had the rain yesterday in south carolina. that will be gone. hot, not hot summer hot, but temps in the 90s all in towards the plains.
92 in north platte and headed toward mid-october. and out across the west, also hot. we've been breaking all kinds of high temperatures. so there you go. all right you may know that awesome food that fire house sub has but it is about a lot more than that. >> that's right. >> brothers and former firemen chris and robin sorensen started the restaurant in 1994. but after hurricane katrina they were inspired to take it to a whole new level and create a foundation that would give back to first responders. here we are ten years later. >> ten years later, $15 million to public safety organizations all around the u.s. here to tell us more is robin peters, executive director of firehouse subs. welcome this morning. >> thank you so much. it's great to be here. >> these are important, important messages you guys want to get out and it's amazing that something like firehouse subs, we go and eat there but you're doing great work. >> yes, we are. as you've said we donated more than $16 million. that is 1,154 public safety entities. fire departments, police departments, and public safety
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how our first responders save people's limps every day >> with smoke detectors we say when you change your clocks, change your batteries. i assume you guys probably have that same message with this? >> absolutely. and now there's even batteries that last ten years. so many of these new products are available with a much longer, longer life. >> if people want to donate to this cause for you guys, 44 states around the country, which is amazing. >> yes there is. >> people can go in and buy this, this -- >> yes. so we've got one for you, rick, i've already donated on your behalf. and i've got one for ed. so go in to firehouse subs restaurants, a medallion donation helps raise money for our foundation. >> we're going to have to pay up now. >> we'll catch you later. >> this is great. jaws of life, which has always been fascinating. >> we're going to learn all about it. thank you so much, robin. >> thank you. >> we'll see you later in the show, as well. back to you, anna. >> we were sitting here firehouse subs and meatball subs.
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listen to this can online lessons, 15 minutes a day, teach 4-year-olds what they need to know for kindergarten? the state of utah now putting that idea to the test with more than 6,000 kids attending preschool by logging on to laptops at home. it's part of a state funded program called upstart which moves these students out of the classroom to cut costs. but is that a good idea?
let's ask our parenting panel. nice to see you. >> so nice to be here. >> so i think this is absurd. so defend this for me. or talk me off the lunch here. preschool is meant for socialization. like the first hour of preschool when you get to class is for the kids to play, interact, learn the social skills. >> i agree with you 100%. but why this program is excellent is because there's some rural areas where they don't have access to schools. and they -- a lot of people can't afford to go to preschool. some states it's not -- >> but is this -- doctor, is this even school, though? i mean -- >> no. you know, just sitting in front of a laptop doing some federally funded programs on a computer. is that preparing them for kindergarten? >> you know, i don't think so. personally i think preschool is more about socialization, learning how to share, play with other kids well. so for me, i think preschool is very important. but if you can't get to a preschool, to spend all this money to do it at home doesn't
make any sense. >> no it doesn't make sense. because if you spend every child, before they start kindergarten, they have to know their numbers, their colors, their geometric shapes. and if someone is in a rural area and they can't get to a school, this is one way that, if they can't afford a laptop, they will give them a laptop and they can have the lessons at home in the privacy and security of their own -- >> the state is spending $11 million to do this? i think the onus should be on the parents to work with their kid anyway. i used to read with my kid every night. do blocks with them. >> people can do that. but what's excellent about this program is, it's a program that everybody's on the same page. so you might be reading to your kids, which is excellent. but this is everybody is on the same curriculum. so when they start kindergarten, boom, they're ready to go out the door. and as far as soarization, i just want to say, people that do programs at home, they also have field trips, play dates with the kids, also -- >> now that's a good part of
this. okay i will get that. but let's look at the money on this side of this. because i'm wondering if using it on a computer is smart money. smart way to use this money. so in face cal 2014, $27 million, this upstart program costs $5.3 million in 2015. so, the money is not there for these programs. >> i agree. i mean i wouldn't spend money on this program. you can do it for free online yourself. i mean there's so many things that the parents -- >> what about khan academy. >> you can do stuff for free. i would spend the money on preschool absolutely, the studies show it works, it helps socialize the kids, get them ready for kindergarten. how do we even know the parents are going to do it? >> well, they do regulate -- >> these teachers know when you have a kindergarten teacher, you talk any kindergarten teacher they can tell the kids that have been socialized and gone to preschool and interacted with other kids, and then they get these kids who have like never left the house and show up in kindergarten and it's totally different level of playing field for these kids. >> that's right. and they all have to interact
together. and if these children that you say would never have this socialization kills, with their interacting and they are familiar with the reading and the writing, that's another tool that they have in their hip pocket to say, hey, oh, i read that. i learned that. and also, we want to empower the family. and this is one way to do it. >> i think we can do it without spending the money is what i think. >> final word. great to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> i love to hear from you guys. let me know on quitte quitter @claytonmorris where you come down on this debate. coming up here on the show pressure is mounting on paul ryan to run for house speaker. is he nearing his decision? and why donald trump says ryan is not his first choice. we're going to hear from the donald straight ahead. >> oh, donald trump is coming here? >> plus a scary new warning for all drivers. thieves using technology to break into cars without you knowing about it. the cyber guy has four tips to protect yourself, next. he's no donald trump but he's
welcome back. a scary new warning all drivers need to hear. thieves using technology to break into cars with gadgets that can unlock doors without you knowing about it. >> a car stolen every 44 seconds. but there's a way to protect yourselves from the cyber car criminals. >> kurt the cyber guy is here with more. >> good morning guys. about $20 is all it takes for people to unlock your vehicle. to bes like this one from this
car, every make and model that's vulnerable here. they use the devices and go through the codes that your keyless remote emits. eventually it strikes a right code and they're ripping you off. >> there's a couple of things happening right now. one, you have maka fee, the big ants virus company working with intel of car makers to down the road help us. right now you have to be real common sense here. make sure that your on board computer of your car has the latest update. they'll do that at a dealer. it has the latest software that will help with the signals being thwarted. don't leave valuables in your car. it's a low tech solution to the high tech problem. don't make your car the target. when you take the valuables out of the car, do your best to park your car in a way that's well lit or ideally in a garage.
you'll be in really good shape. parking it in a garage and then also storing your dee fob inside your home in a -- people put it in a microwave. but put it into a metal box and it makes it difficult for people to read the keys. not only is it -- are they mimicking your key, but they can clone it. they amplify the signal from your key inside your house and then they push it to your car, your car thinks the key is next to it and in very rare cases, they use that same signal on a keyless start car where you press the button to drive off. >> the wire hanger going through the door anymore. >> one of the big problems with the car's software is so terrible. at this point, right. you're exactly right. >> the software in the cars are terrible. >> i think car makers are saying
wow, tech industry help us out. >> what if you forget you put it in the microwave and you put in your oatmeal. >> watch for the sparks. >> putting their keys in the microwave, wear aluminum foil hats. >> they do. they dry their hair in the microwave as well. which you should really never do. >> thanks, kurt. >> check out his newsletter, cyber guy.com. good to see you. >> if you're on the show, he set fire to three dozen storage units and ruined the personal belongings of more than 200 people. his sentence, he has to write apology letters. does that fit the crime? >> kanye west and kim kardashian -- why is he ranting against his app.
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friends, good morning. it's sunday, october 11, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. an army lawyer says the man who deserted his post in afghanistan and traded for five taliban terrorists should avoid prison. the stunning developments in his case just ahead. the pressure on paul ryan to run for house speaker. donald trump originally said he would support him. this morning, a little bit of a reversal. >> i like paul. i didn't say i'm okay with him. i said he would be somebody that a lot of people seem to think is a compromised candidate. >> will the donald endorse a republican for speaker? that's coming up. he said the shark attack actually saved his life. what doctors found after he went to get this injury checked out. the story you have to hear to
believe. "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. > ♪ >> national safety month this hour. we're going to learn about cpr. so important to learn, especially if you're a parents later in the show. we'll do a jaws of life demonstration. cutting through. >> can't wait to see that. we're tipping our hats to them. they save so many lives. i'm going to get them to vouch for me. bee gees, staying alive, you know the song, the beat is the right way to do cpr. >> you're going to do dancing with the disco. >> i've got a leisure suit over there. platforms. welcome to "fox and friends." we have a fox news alert.
no jail time for bowe bergdahl. could it be? news overnight, military officials recommended against jail time for bow ber dahl for desserting his unit back in 2009. so could he just for time served after being tortured and captured by the taliban for five years. is that enough time? >> officers saying he's suffered enough because the taliban tortured him and all of that. meanwhile, there are up to ten american and british troops out looking for him who died. >> several of those were americans. >> their families wondering why he may basically get off the hook here. >> these high level military officials some of them believe that it's been enough for being with the taliban for five years. on the other side of this argument is lieutenant colonel tony schafer who has been following the story from the beginning. we had him on the program
earlier. here's what he said. >> everything is so political. i don't know which way the general will go. >> one of my closest friends said he suffered for five years, he spent five years under harsher conditions than you would at leavenworth, maybe it's time to let him go. everybody agrees he should get a bad conduct discharge and other harsh things. yes, he'll be court-martialed. he could still end up with some level of jail time. >> he's talking about general aden could step in and say i'm not taking that recommendation and he shuds serve life in prison which is what the critics want. >> think about that, the president standing in the rose garden there and praising his return and then of course those five. here's the family. remember this bizarre scene in may of 2014. then, of course, the five individuals that were swapped for bowe bergdahl.
he's high level. taliban generals actually field general who is were released much the state department says we're monitoring them and not reengaged with the terror network. >> some of them have tried to get back on the battlefield. >> over the internet or over the telephone to try to reengage. it goes back to that debate. do you not leave a man left behind on the battlefield or do you negotiate -- not negotiate with terrorists? you think about what this means for morale too for all the comrades who were out there searching for him for 45 days. >> that's been the president's case which is basically that look, we don't leave our own on the battlefield. that's why he brought it home. you're also right he deserved it. he should serve time for that. that is the debate that is
joined right now and that's why there will be pressure on this general to reverse what the army officer is saying. the big story out of washington. is he in or out? pressure is on for paul ryan reportedly taking the week dwrend with his family to decide if he's going to make a run for the house speaker job. we have the latest on this with elizabeth. >> unsurprising to many colleagues. representative paul ryan has made no surprise announcement in response to the outpouring of supporters looking for his leadership to replace outgoing house speaker john boehner. the chairman of the house and ways and means committee is staying at home to decide with his family. so in the interim, speaker boehner remains at the helm as he urges the g.o.p. to work constructively ahead of the debt limit and the budget november and december respectively. the shocking turn of events started as the republican
front-runner gave his two cents, donald trum says the representative is a very nice man but not his first choice for the third most powerful person in washington. >> i like paul. i didn't say i'm okay with him. i said that he would be somebody that a lot of people seem to think is a compromised candidate. i don't know that he wants to do it. i like him personally. but i'd like to see somebody very tough, very smart. >> members of the house cause you can. the 40 members foo backing dan well webster have not publicly endorsed paul. however, they said paul is one of the more admired members of the conference. anna, clayton, ed, back to you guys. >> thanks, elizabeth. polling deciding while he's watching the packers game home in wisconsin. if people want him in the race, maybe want to see a big -- if they lose, maybe he'll be a little angry. >> 6 minutes after the hour.
stories making the headlines as well. overnight, a long-range ballistic missile, the country's defense minister says it's able to be controlled until the moment. impact. under an historic nuclear deal, iran agreed not to launch missiles that could carry nuclear weapons but they claim they're for defense purposes only. trouble in turkey following yesterday's devastating suicide bombing at a peace rally. police gained force to hold mourners and politicians back from the site where nearly 100 people died and hundreds more wounded. many blaming turkey's president for the country's violence. an explosive discover ian a golf course leaves a man arrested so what's going on here? police in northern california say a man left two home aid acid
bombs capable of spraying debris 50 feet. one was detonated in a controlled explosion on the fox tail golf club, the other was already detonated. the golf course and club were evacuated but no one was hurt. a wild day in college football. clayton, you wafrnt to take this? >> sure. >> parties for the longhorns who stunned rival oklahoma. did you watch this. beating the sooners 24-17. then another upset on saturday. this time in tennessee. the georgia bulldogs not only lose to the volunteers but lose their star running back. he had to leave the game early after suffering a left knee injury. tennessee won that game 38-31. baylor's 410-pound tight end, ripping through kansas' defense for an impressive touchdown. the third ranked bear shut down the jayhawks 66-7. rumbling and stumbling. to stay unbeaten.
>> remember -- refrigerator extreme weather now. torrential rain in washington state. water gushing down the stairs like a waterfall. all the way down to the grass. the stadium in tacoma. tracking all the latest weather for us. >> interesting rain they had there yesterday. seattle got over an inch of rain. broke a daily record. they've been so dry this summer, so they need to -- >> seattle has? >> shocking. >> shocking. >> that entire area -- they probably won't get a lot of rain this winter. it's good news that they're getting it. obviously a little too much. look at the temperatures across the central plains. 89 degrees in fargo. mid-october now. and we've got temperatures like that. those temps are 30 to 40 degrees above average from where you should be. tomorrow is drops a little bit. we still remain warm across
parts of south. as far as precipitation goes, today is a great day for almost everybody. we'll see a ton of sunshine. we had rain yesterday in the carolinas that will pull off. we'll see a little bit of rain across the coastal areas. aside from that, parts of the new england area, that's what we have going on. pretty sunny day for almost everybody guys. >> you ever make the mistake of buying an app on your phone and you buy another app or in that purchase by mistake because you just have signed into it and you keep getting charged for things? >> no. >> it doesn't happen -- >> that i haven't done. >> you're smart. apparently kanye west is fired up about all those app purchases racking up costs for parents. his daughter is racking up costs playing on the ipad. >> he sent out tweets. he gives the ipad to our child and every five minutes there's pay new purchase. >> if a game is made for a 2-year-old, allow them to have fun and give the parent a break
for christ sake. >> a lot of people are saying i feel you. this has happened to me. one producer told me the story and i said i think kim kardashian has an app herself. >> hugely popular app. >> a lot of in-app purchases. >> the kim kardashian app, i know ed has it, it's free when you get it. you can get it for free. it's massively popular this game. one of the top grossing apps of all-time. why? because there are ten in-app purchases that total over $100. you can get the small star package for $4.99. a large cash stack. $39.99 for that. it goes on. >> cyber lipstick. i don't know. >> it's stuff. people in an app, he they want extra fuel for their angry bird, you have to pay for it. >> sometimes there are games and say dad, can i download this app, you check it out and then
they start playing, $1.99 for this cheese and $2.9. >> you need to look at the fine print. >> it th is a problem for developers. it's squeezing out a lot of independent developers now. because the economy has changed and forcing people to give their apps way for free and have in-app purchases to make money. >> so the kardashians are mad that people are exploiting other people for money? >> right. >> is that pretty much the story? >> you got it. >> from a tech perspective, it's simple inside the phone to turn it on so every time you want to make a church, you just have to type in your password. kanye, turn on your password so your 2-year-old is not running up your bill. >> i think kim kardashian is having a hard time feeding her family right now.
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he's challenging your leadership. >> steve, i got to tell you, if you think that running your economy into the ground and having to send troops in, in order to prop up your only ally is leadership, then we've got a different definition of leadership. >> president obama claiming he's not being outmanned by vladimir putin on the world stage. is america showing a lack of leadership right now and making the world less safe for america and our allies? >> hear to weigh in is military theory at marine corps university. doctor, always great to see you on "fox and friends." >> absolutely. lovely to be back. >> the president says he's not being outmanned by putin. what do you make of that interview?
>> you can tell by the way the response of the president, he feels so uncomfortable. because they've hit him where it hurts. we've got a russia that's resurgent. he drew his red lines in syria and then syria crossed them. we did nothing. we withdraw troops from iraq and isis was created out of the ashes of the syrian civil war. we have the russians deploying dozens of fighter aircraft, 2,000 troops on the ground, air defense assets. they've invaded crimea. who is leading in the world? it's clearly not the united states. and all our friends and allies. especially in the region. look at us and say that we're not active, we're withdrawing and other people like vladimir, this former kgb colonel is filling the vacuum. >> dr. goreka, you've charged it's leading us to the brink of another 9/11. how do you back that up?
>> look at the 1990s. we had the same thing happen under the clinton administration. we withdrew from the world, thought we'd have peace dividends coming out of the cold war. what happened? europe saw the mass murder of the balkans. at the same time, bin laden built al qaeda. when we withdraw from the world, bad people take notice and they exploit the vacuum. al qaeda grew and grew and grew and that's how we got to september 11th. we're doing the same thing again in an even more dangerous world where beijing, tehran and the kremlin are watching us withdraw. >> also, the training program that now president obama has scrapped to train some of those forces, those rebel forces, totally scrapped. what message does that send to muslims in the region? >> think about it. the local muslim will win this
war. people like kicng of egypt. we've sent a clear message. when we've closed down the programs, we told all the good muslims, weep don't care about your future, we don't care about isis. if vlad wants to help you, we'll let him. he doesn't -- he cares about dictatorship. we've sent a message of america not caring to the most important people in the region. that is not good for anybody. >> big issues ahead. certainly for the next president as well as this 2016 election plays out. sobering talk from dr. sebastian. thank you very much. >> absolutely. a small flag honoring her military. but a homeowner association telling a mother to take it down. >> i want to display that for all who serve. not only my son. but all who serve. >> how is the homeowner
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tuesday continues to be the best day to shop for flights. mark your calendars 14 to 20 days out and on tuesdays. >> airports can be a nightmare. what days should we avoid? >> we'll talk about the bad news first. thanksgiving and the day before are the worst days. a better option would be to fly out the sunday before. same news for christmas. fly out the sunday before to find a less crowded airport and the 23rd of december is the most crowded time. for new year's, the day after christmas is when everybody heads out. a great option would be flying on new year's eave itself. what are other ways to save? >> i mention this tip frequently. booking a vacation package. that means bundling your flight and hotel booking into one. you can save up to 20% off, up to $568 by simply doing that. >> a lot of times you can get a rental car too. >> you can bundle multiple ways.
>> and tracking flights is a really smart strategy for the ho days. we have scratch pad, it tracks it for you. depending on the price increase or decrease, you can decide whether you've found a good deal. >> finally. if we want to warm up during th want to go? >> they're also great deals on vacation packages. >> great. >> for mexico, cancun, 20% savings on vacation packages. we're looking at punt a kana, las vegas and orlando, florida so we can escape the cold and hit the beach. >> thanks a lot. you're making me want to put on some fins. here's what's coming up. still ahead, have you ever been caught interviewing for another job while at your current one or replied all to an e-mail when you didn't mean to. the work office mistakes are coming up next. plus, we're learning how to
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[ laughter ] >> the shot of the morning. tiny dog turning into a big scaredy cat because of stairs. >> the puppy too afraid to walk down the steps and instead jumps off the side and lands in the bushes. >> don't worry, the puppy is unhurt. wagging its tail. >> i love that the owner knew he was going to do that and gets the phone ready. >> a good setup for office mistakes. you go flying out there and end up in the bush face down. >> there's a new report about the embarrassing office mistakes. they've tallied up the most embarrassing mistakes that you make in the office. i think the biggest one comes down to the digital communication we have in the office. it's hitting reply all on a nasty -- to a nasty e-mail. >> yeah. those can be ugly also when people -- the intended ones, when they blame somebody in
front of hundreds, maybe thousands of people and the accidental reply all when you say something nasty intended for one person. >> especially if it's about your boss. >> or about clayton. >> exactly. >> of course you're going to voel skoel down the timeline. >> another one of the most embarrassing things that can happen. too much to drink at a work party speaking of the holidays approaching, so what do you do the next day? do you call in sick? do you dress up super cute the next day? >> the lampshade is always a mistake. when that's on your head. it's ugly, terrible. >> drink celtser water with a lime so people think you're in the party mode but they don't know. >> when you're caught interviewing for another job, you dress up a little too nice one day. >> i had a job years ago and i don't know if they got fired. they left their resume on the printer. so they used the work printer.
>> and the boss saw it. you printed this out? you need this? >> man, he just turned the tables and say, you know what, i'm looking for new challenges, can you challenge me here. you want to give me more money here. >> what about breaking up a a co-worker. >> the dating a co-worker is the mistake. that's an embarrassing moment a lot of times it can happen at work with the shouting, uncomfortable. >> sometimes it feels like an impossible situation to dig out of. how do you fix these mistakes? we're going to talk about that. have you had. an embarrassing reply all at work? did you not fix it, you did you move on to another job? >> we'll ask our expert how to band-aid the problem that you have at work too. >> now to your headlines. >> two people are dead after an explosion, destroyed the unit
and damaged several others at the complex. >> you can't hardly tell there was another house there. >> no. >> it's just the foundation left. >> just black smoke and flames. >> smoke coming down from the sky. >> the o two victims, nancy and richard, 66 years old, had moved in last month from florida. they believe propane used to heat the unit may have caused that terrible explosion. fall flag, big problem. philadelphia mother fighting her neighborhood association over a tribute to her military son. a red, white and blue flag in an upstairs window. they say white or off white decorations can be visible from outside the house. >> want to display that for all who serve, not only my son but all who serve. >> off white or regular white, how do you tell? >> she's not taking the -- >> is it a dover white? >> she's not taking it down.
>> now a reality in alabama. the jefferson county school district built two days into their calendar where students complete assignments at home. these e-days are a good alternative for classroom learning during extreme weather, flu epidemics and other times. they put a burden on parents to stay home with their kids to miss work. >> 23 years since aladdin was released. never before seen takes of robin williams as genie. >> ♪ >> probably outtakes of the show. an energetic williams. all the clips are from the digitally remastered version of the movie that's coming out. those are your head lients. >> anna is standing outside. rick is with me too. the firehouse subs has a public
safety foundation that raised $15 million for our first responder. >> here to tell us about some of the equipment that that money is provided is robin peters, the executive director of firehouse subs public safety foundation. well again robin. >> thank you so much. >> there's a public safety foundation. such a cool thing. >> it really is. you know, there is a culture of philanthropy throughout our restaurants. that's allowed to us give back to so many communities. one of the things we believe in is prevention, education and training. cpr training has the potential to save so many lives and it's such an important thing that all of us can learn to do. >> all morning long, we're showing what first responders do. can you explain a fuf the other things. what we'll be seeing later before we do cpr. >> the exciting thing later is extrication tools that cut people out of cars. also use after structural damage and even after disasters.
they can go in and cut people out of areas they're trapped in. we'll see how that works and how quick these guys are at getting people rescued. >> our firsthand account of what it means to get access of the equipment like cpr dummies. a retired paramedic with the office of emergency management. val, thank for being here. >> hi. >> you just three week ago someone in your community was saved by cpr. >> somebody collapsed at the 7-eleven. i happened to be there. the police officer and i did cpr and my husband who was also on the squad, came and got the ambulance and by the time the ambulance and the other emts got here, the guy had a pulse and was actually talking. this stuff really works. >> i just got chills. i don't think it's the wind out here. >> as a kid, we learn cpr and it seemed like a complicated thing that i was afraid i'd do wrong. it seems so precise you can hurt
people. it's a little simpler now. >> first, you can't make them any worse. as it's part of the general public, you only do compressions. the big key is push hard, push fast, do it to one of the greatest disco tunes you can hear. >> the bee gees staying alive. >> it's a big difference. now that you're only doing the chest compressions. >> if you do the chest compressions, if there's a defibrillator around, you do that. most have defibrillators. rescue breathing, not for the general public anymore. >> show anna how you're doing this. >> put your hand in the middle of the chest. you'll go and keep your arms straight. we have to go straight here. just push hard, push fast. >> ah ah ah, staying alive, staying alive. ah ah ah, staying alive, staying alive. >> you just keep doing this, right? you don't stop and do the breathing. just this.
>> rick would take over? >> exactly. >> want to go in, rick? >> yes. >> you have to do this pretty hard? this isn't like a small thing. >> you go down about two to three inches or maybe at least 2/3 of their chest. people have different size chest. it is very hard work to do. you can switch off, switch off. >> you mentioned what you did with the police officer there. this happened a couple of weeks ago. how long should we think that we ought to be doing it ourselves, three minutes me, three minutes rick? >> generally two minutes apiece. you're going to get in a lot of compressions and cpr is hard work. so try and switch off after two minutes if you can. if you're the only one there, do it as long as you can until someone gets there. do your best. you can only make them better, you can't make them worse. >> what a wonderful story you have, saved somebody's life recently. >> later in the show, we'll get another look at some of the
equipment frm firehouse subs is providing the first responders, like the jaws of life. >> there it is right there. >> thanks so much, guys. great cause. he says a shark attack actually saved his life. the young father goes to the hospital after being attacked by a killer shark. his doctors discover he has a cancerous tumor. the unbelievable story you have to hear to believe. plus, when it comes to your home, bigger may not be better. the movement across the country on smaller living. could it create a happier family life for you? the tiny house movement. do you believe it?
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hi there friends. time for headlines. the caught on camera edition. the speeding motorcyclist making a miracle escape. a biker in in england slamming into the back of a van. he jumps up after his bike shatters to pieces making it through the death-defying crash without serious injuries. instant karma for a driver who makes an illegal turn over a pedestrian walkway in australia. waiting at a light across a street.tely turned on the lights and sped after the driver. the driver apparently on the phone. over to you. from roseanne's working family in illinois like cramming seven people into a two bedroom apartment. americans are learning to be happy in small spaces. it can be liberating. "bigger is not necessarily better." is that the case? here to debate senior writer for opportunity lists. carol, what do you say? bigger house, smaller house?
>> obviously bigger house. who can't want more space? we're having our third child. not nearly enough space in our house to put more people. it's amazing that jim does this with children. the other people in the article are all without children. like moby is one of the examples. he's the single musician moved into a one-bedroom apartment. when you're single, you can do whatever you want. >> recording artist. >> that's the thing. they're all rich, they can buy new stuff whenever they downsize their stuff and throw their stuff out. they get tired of that, they can buy all new things. >> what say you, carrie? >> this is numbers don't lie. we can look at data and science to say that things don't buy happiness. people value experiences over things. this is data from harvard business school. there's a study from the university of pennsylvania that found that women, the bigger the house, it doesn't make you happier. more house, more problem.
more mortgage, more upkeep. i'm not going to say it's not going to bring you happiness, per se. but a quantified level, data suggestsoid. >> i'm going to get you to react in a minute. they're talking about this reality show, tiny house. listen to this. >> upstairs, there's a multifunctional room. during the day it provides a sitting room with a couch and two chairs. at night, those same pieces of furniture convert into a comfortable place that can sleep up to four. >> so i mean, do people feel pressured, they have to have the bigger house? >> i'm not pro stuff. i'm anti-creating problems that don't exist. i grew up poor. there's no poor people saying i think i should downsize and get a smaller place. when i eventually make money or become successful, i'm going to have a smaller apartment than i do now. that's not something people say. it's middle class as well. nobody is planning for a smaller home in their future. >> right. that makes sense and also carol,
with a growing family, you want a bigger house. carrie, i feel like you get the clutter too. the more stuff you have with the bigger house. >> i have seven siblings, eight of us. we lived in a two-bedroom house. i'm happy. i think so. >> what's the solution? >> do what makes you happy, i guess. if you're a rich celebrity and downsizing or decluttering and using the japanese method, don't sell the rest of us on it. we're regular people trying to make our family life as easy as possible. >> i get what she needs. don't buy more house than you can afford. you'll be happy, have peace of mind. you don't have to be at work all the time to afford a horse you're not even happening out in. >> thank you. the message from the stage -- >> down, down usa. down, down usa. >> did extremists hijack what
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worse and the doctors told him next that hit him harder than the shark. they found cancer in his kidney. two weeks ago he had it removed and now he's cancer free. >> led to a swigs that saved his life. that is pretty fascinating when you think about it, right? >> the shark saved his life. joining me now is eugene finney, a guy that was bit by a shark. nice to see you this morning. >> nice to see you as well. >> you're out in the wave. you described it as being feeling like you're hit bay truck or something in your back. i guess the question is, why didn't you go to the life guard or try to get immediate medical help. you were kind of dazed. why didn't you go home? >> i knew i needed to be in some comfort and i kind of just needed to get out of the sun and i wasn't quite sure what had happened and i didn't want to alarm my children anymore, so we just decided to go home and rest and call it a day. >> and so did you realize you were hit by a shark? >> at that point it hadn't
crossed my mind, actually. later that evening when i spoke with my girlfriend about the situation a little bit more and she recommunicated to me that she and my son had seen two sharks swimming in that area just after the incident happened, i started to put the pieces of the puzzle together and then the following day, another swimmer, a surfer was hit by a shark as well and that shark was seen, the story was on the news and in the paper. they closed the beaches. and at that point i came to a stronger conclusion of what had happened to me. >> your boss a few days later said you weren't looking so good and you decided to go to the hospital. is that right? >> yeah. i didn't want to cut my kids' vacation short, so even though i was experiencing severe chest and back pains i kept that to myself and we returned home and i returned back to work and went in that day and told my boss i was going to need to leave early to see the doctor and he pretty
much demanded i go right away. >> what did the doctor say, lay down. did you tell him you were hit by a shark? >> well i went if complaining of chest and back pains and i was having irregular breathing at that point. and the story about the shark incident hadn't come out quite yet until after they had done some tests and ekgs, chest x-ray and cat scan and the doctors asked me if i had been in a car accident or struck hard by anything and that's when i told them about the story because what end up having, the doctors said, was i had interior bruising of the thoracic cavity due to blunt force trauma. >> when they start to look a little closer and see what was going on internally, what did the doctors come in and tell you about your kidney? >> well, after they gave me the diagnosis about why i had the chest pains they let me know they also made an incidental find on my cat scan and they told me that i had a tumor on my
right kidney about the size of a walnut and that was most likely cancerous. >> what would have happened, did the doctors tell you, if you hadn't discovered it? >> well, when i met with my surgeon, he let me know that had this not been discovered so early, i would have never known about it until the cancer had progressed to stage 4, metastasized and spread throughout my lower abdomen, causing me full-blown stomach cancer, which you don't often come back from. >> which runs in your family? >> he let me know -- yes. >> remarkable. so the shark saved your life. do you see it that way? are you thankful of the shark. >> i'm grateful and thankful for this shark. i had had my yearly physical. i wouldn't have been going to the doctor otherwise. i was otherwise healthy and without this incident i would have never had these decembtest.
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million man march? >> it's the play that everyone will be talking about today. >> oh. >> going back and forth texting my best friend about this right now and he's so angry dodgers second base man chase utley taking out ruben tejada to avoid a double play. his leg broken on this impact. was that move fair or foul? we're reading your e-mails this hour. fox and friends hour three starts right now. ♪ hit me with your best shot >> it's the jaws of life we are doing it for you here out on the plaza as part of national safety month. we have our friends from firehouse here have their own foundation, celebrating ten years in business, they're
joining us with all these first responders. >> great job supporting our first responders with their foundation. >> we learned how it to do cpr last hour. >> to "staying alive". >> but it says here that for the younger generation teach them "sexy back." ♪ i'm bringing sexy back >> instead of -- i was raised as a kid, i was a life guard, 15 compressions and two breaths. you could never remember. give them to music. >> no more rescue breathing for the average person, for the public. just the chest compressions. we do need to get to this, though. on to your headlines. it is a fox news alert. overnight iran successfully test firing a long range bas listic missile. the country's defense minister telling state media it's a technological achievement able to be controlled until the moment of impact. under a nuclear deal iran agreed not to launch missiles that could carry a nuclear weapon but officials claim its missiles are for defense purposes only.
new overnight, a plane with two people on board crashes right into a california home. look at this. sparking a fire. the faa says the plane went down minutes after taking off from the lake tahoe airport. no one in the home was hurt and the status of the people at the plane is unknown. investigators are still trying to figure out what went wrong. vice president joe biden may be days from announcing a presidential bid. sources saying biden plans to announce his decision on whether to run soon after tuesday's democratic primary debate. he's been talking with friends and family about a possible bid, saying they are the driving force behind his decision. staffers are looking into state filing deadlines for primary ba and mets shortstop ruben tejada will miss the remainder of the postseason after breaking his leg during game two of the national league division series against the dodgers. you're dying for this one. >> this was such a fair play. a slide from chase utley.
look how fair this play was as he slid into second base. >> very late. >> wasn't fair at all to be honest. >> he took down the short stop. he wasn't trying to slide for the bag. didn't touch the bag. >> the umpire ruled tejada you doesn't touch the base. >> doesn't fall under the neighborhood rule, like trying to knock him down, touch the base, he would be out. but he didn't touch the base and way out of line. >> we have to see what people think about it frien friends @foxnews.com. >> people are fired up. >> we have some. many responding. not a fair play. that runner was too far out of the baseline for it not to be intentional. >> of course it was intentional. utley after the game said, of course, i was trying to break up the double play. paul simply says cheap shot dirty play. >> anthony writes to say i've seen the same thing hundreds of times. it's wait the game has always been played. >> i think it was totally fair, rick. totally fair.
rick reichmuth stand big to deal with the extreme weather. the death toll rising in south carolina. floods. 19 killed as floodwaters soak the state. >> that's right. as thousands are trying to recover from the storm more rain fell in parts of south carolina over the weekend. governor nikki haley asking people to stay off the unstable roads. >> a lot of the roads become ub stable with the water that has eroded stuff around it. i think there's 230 bridges and roads that are still closed because they've been washed out and it's going to take a long time -- >> the rain they got yesterday was more of an annoyance, right? >> a couple little spots that had a thunderstorm and saw a little heavier rain but nothing that is goings to exacerbate what they saw. that said the rivers take a long time to go away and all that water that fell in the state, it takes a long time to get out to the ocean and that's what is in the process of happening right now. temperature wise this morning, as you're waking up. see the blues, this is the only cool spot, 39 caribou, maine. take a look at this. all the temperatures across the plains we will be looking at
temps that are between 20 and 35 degrees above average across the plains. actually not fall-like at all. we have some rain we saw yesterday across south carolina. that's gone. we'll still see it playing the coastal areas a little bit. widen this out across the country and take a look at this. pretty spectacular fall day. much of this week is going to be quiet across the country. enjoy it. temperature wise, 89 degrees in fargo, today. we're october and fargo, north dakota, almost into canada, 89 degrees. those are high temperatures for july and here we are -- >> snow in maine but record-breaking heat in fargo. >> yes. >> what's going on in this world? dogs and cats living together. and this crazy story of the morning and a fox news alert now, no jail time for bowe bergdahl. military officials recommending no jail time for bergdahl for deserting his unit before he was captured by the taliban back in 2009. basically saying look, torture
and the amount of time he was captured five years with the taliban for time served is enough time instead of life imprisonment which he could have been facing. >> what does this do to morale? we had major general bob scales on the news channel last night and said the optics do not look good. >> what disturbs those of us who served and all the veterans who are watching this on television, is not so much the legal niceties of it ul, it's the optics. you know, the thing that defines a soldier's service is his willingness to lay down his life for his buddies. we call this the band of brothers effect. there's so much about the optics of this that violates this fundamental principle not of law so much as the ethos of the soldier. that's why this case is so important. >> the optics from the beginning remember, it was people comparing it to like "saving private ryan" the ten soldiers killed as a result of trying to find him traveling for 45 days to look for him, right. that he's an american hero and
we should be going after him. we don't leave any men behind on the battlefield. to find out he had deserted and remember this scene at the rose garden with the president and the family after his -- after we had gotten him back from the taliban. and now we learn the true story of bowe bergdahl not like "saving private ryan" at all. >> the policy never leave a man behind and also not to deal with terrorists. >> five taliban leaders traded for bergdahl, three tried to go back to the battlefield and release terror again. they're supposed to be in qatar, qatar helped brokers the deal between the u.s. and taliban. look, you heard major general bob scales. honored man and he is pretty angry about this and you can understand why. >> colonel shaffer on the show this morning said this suspect over yet. some of this could be overturned. and so we'll see. >> a recommendation of an army officer but a jen whole will
make the final call on whether to take the recommendation or chuck it out and send him to jail. big questions ahead for the military. >> that's the update. some images to show you out of washington, d.c., yesterday, as thousands come to the national mall in honor of the 20-year anniversary of the million man march. but what you saw on stage was what many are calling a hijacking of hate speech. we're going to play you this tape and let you be the judge. take a listen. >> gadhafi is still alive so we say, down down usa. down down usa. >> we've come together today on 10/10/15 because we're sick of tired of being sick and tired of scrolling down our time line on instagram or twitter or facebook and every other day we see a young black male being murdered by the blue klux klan. >> black lives matter, i
welcome, have a cherished spot, because they represent the future leadership. these are not just young people who happen to wake up one morning. ferguson ignited it all. >> please remember jesus was a palestinian. the palestinian people have had the europeans come and take their country. >> reverend wright there. louis farrakhan who led the first event 20 years ago and civil rights groups that came together. back then it was about voters rights and equality. >> pledging to improve communities and families when the men wept home. >> long way from that to the hateful rhetoric of blue kl klux klan. >> i didn't hear a lot of cheering after the comments. you have to imagine people bringing their children to see
this, i didn't hear a lot of applause. >> i was at reagan airport trying to get her, a lot of extreme weather and ended up getting stuck at the airport but there were a lot of people traveling into washington for this on saturday and a lot of the people had a very hopeful message, talking about it, wearing t-shirts talking about justice hats and i think you've got to separate out the people who wanted to come and talk about justice and some of the leaders at the podium who said much different. >> you do. silencing out their viable grievances that they're feeling. coming up paul ryan is feeling the pressure to run for house speaker. what would it mean if ryan takes the job and will this impact the presidential race? chris wallace has his finger on the pulse and joins us to weigh in next. already up in arms about disappearing leg room on planes, right. now we have a new problem. disappearing head room. >> what? >> this is great for tall people like me. >> thanks. >> hit my head on a plane. ♪
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if paul ryan gets in the race, i'm a huge fan, i would support paul ryan i would hope he would do it. >> he has the respect of all of us, even the ones that won't vote for him, he's a reasonable person and it's that rationale thinking that will cause him to be a candidate if he will run, can help bring us together. >> if he decides to do it he would be an amazing speaker. he has to decide on his own. >> paul ryan, under pressure to take the job of house speaker. what would it mean if ryan did take the speaker's seat? >> joining us to weigh in is fox news sunday chris wallace. i think people may have forgotten, that you really
kicked a lot of this off last sunday when you had an exclusive with jason chaffetz who threw his hat in and shook up the race among the other factors out there. >> that's true. and what i'm told is that no one expects paul ryan to announce tomorrow or fae time soon. congress is on a break until a week from monday. if there's one thing paul ryan knows it's numbers and i'm told what he's going through right now is to see whether he can get a working majority of 218 republicans to back him on his main initiatives. if he doesn't get 218 and at this point nobody can because the so-called freedom caucus, about 40 members, keeps any republican from 218, he will be in the same boat john boehner is in and was in and that kevin mccarthy would have been in. i'm told the he's working very hard to see whether he can get some of those house freedom caucus members to join him to
basically commit that they will support him on a number of measures. i'm told there's at love pressure from establishment groups, business groups, saying to some of those house freedom caucus members, if you don't, you know, get together and give us a working majority in the house, republicans, we're going to give you a primary opponent come the fall of 20 -- the spring of 2016. >> what kind of leader would he be if he were to lead as house speaker? some speculating he would be similar to john boehner politically. dana perrin no on our show saying she would be excited she was boehner fan and politically he does align himself that way, so what would the would the freedom caucus be satisfied by a ryan speaker? >> well, i think part of the question is what kind of followers would they be? again if you -- you can be the greatest leader in the world but if you can't get a working majority of 218, absolute majority in the house, because democrats are going to vote against you, you know, you can
be winston churchhill and it isn't going to work. in terms of paul ryan, i think that the big difference with boehner is he would make the conservative argument more articulate and aggressively. in that sense rhetorically he would be more effective than boehner. on the other hand, you know, he's also not a blow them up person. he's not going to want to see a government shutdown, not going to want to see a gee fault on the debt limit. there are limits to how far he would go but he would make the conservative pace in a more aggressive and effective way than boehner or mccarthy would. >> left media have been having a heyday thinking halloween came early using this as can candy says the republican party is in chaos. how big of a scramble is going on and is it as bad as the left wing media seems to be trying to make it? >> it's pretty bad. i mean when you kevin mccarthy who was the house majority leader who everybody thought was going to go into that caucus
including all the republicans on thursday and that he wasn't going to get 218 but was going to get a majority of the republican voting, and he suddenly drops out, not only shocking the media, but also shocking the members of the house, it's a pretty big deal. here's why i think it's important and why it's so -- a lot of people in the republican party think it's vital that republicans get their act together. if they can't govern themselves how do they make the argument when they go and remember all the members, 247 republicans are up for re-election next year, how do they go to the public and say let us govern the country if they can't govern themselves. they have to get their act together or it's really going to hurlts their chances in 2016. >> a big show coming up today. representative jim jordan of ohio and former speaker of the house newt gingrich whose name has been thrown around lately some wondering if he'll come back and take over the gavle. >> let me quickly say, clayton, jordan, very important. he is the head of the house freedom caucus, so, you know,
the key question for him is, are you willing to sign on and support paul ryan. if he isn't and his 40 members aren't, my guess is ryan won't take the job. >> another news making sunday on "fox news sunday". always great to see you. >> a new terror warning in. america's lack of leadership in syria may lead to the next 9/11. who's saying that coming up next. >> plus you hear about it, used in accidents all the time, but do you know how the jaws of life actually work. there's rick in there right now. he's going to be showing us how with first responders coming up ♪ come tomorrow tomorrow i'll be gone stay tonight ♪ ♪ fight the break of dawn come tomorrow tomorrow i'll be gone ♪ hey america, still not sure whether to stay or go on that business trip?
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a quick look at your headlines. the army taking its equipment to new heights set to unveil the s-97 radar hepts this week called a war machine. it can fly horizontally and vertically. plus ask and you shall receive. following years of complaints airline passengers will have more room for carry-on bags in the overhead bins. boeing adding 50% more for luggage in exchange for 2 inches of head room. so watch your head on the way out. you've seen it dramatized in the movies the jaws of life. anna has them out here. >> you're right rick or to ed, rick is inside there, though, while these first responders are using the jaws of life to help stranded performing eed passeng after the car has been involved in a crash. >> how you feeling? >> i've felt better. >> i guess so. >> roof cut off. some police and fire departments
still don't have access to this life-saving tool. it's a problem our next guest is working hard to solve. robin peters the executive fire hus pub safety foundation. we have keith here who is in charge of hamburg station 26 as well. >> thank you so much for all that you do and we're going to let you go ahead and get going, all right. >> thank you for having us. we enjoy this and love the support with the grant program. other people should get involved in it and know it's out there. >> cut it out. >> volunteer fire departments. >> robin, i'm going to get your take. why don't a lot of fire departments have these life-saving tools? >> a lot of times it's just not room in the budget to be able to request them and also, the cars nowadays are much tougher so many of the tools the departments have, are outdated and are not able it to cut through the new materials that are building our new cars. >> so keith, what are they doing right now? >> right now they're extricating the roof off the car with the
jaws of life, moving it out of the way to take the patient out if we had to with no obstacles in the way. >> rick coming out. >> protocol, you always do that? >> absolutely. patient care is the number one importance with extricating somebody out of the car, try not to rock it, move it, get glass on them. >> you guys go into danger with the stuff too. the jagged edges of the cars. >> absolutely. that's why if you look all our members are wearing safety glasses, goggles, full turn out gear, fire extinguishers in the area, everything is covered. everybody is in safety including the patient. >> keith, tell me if, you know, the person in the car the patient, is a small child, rick obviously is a confident man, a strong man, as a small child that's scared you have people on scene? >> absolutely. one of our firefighters or emts will go into the car. in new jersey they will go in the vehicle with the patient. patient care the number one priority. if i yell to stop right now,
everything would come to a stop to make sure it's done safely and correctly. >> how much do one of these things cost? >> extrication tools can average 13 to 50,000 depending how many they request. >> this kind of machine cutting through this metal amazingly. >> they came out with this many years ago called the jaws of life. now these are called e-tools. notice how quiet they are. run on batteries, powerful and strong. today's metal of the cars they cut through it tremendously. >> i mentioned at the top of one of the hours of our show a lot of time people are rubber necking and see this going on and excited to get a close look this morning at the great work the first responders are doing but often that rubber necking causes extra accidents, doesn't it? how important is it to let them do their job? >> it's very important. that's why new jersey came out with a tims program, traffic incident safety program which say if you see an emergency vehicle to the right, move left.
provide a safety comfort zone. it's very important not only for the firefighters, tow truck operators, policemen, ems responders. it is important. >> how impressive is this? can you hear us? >> say that again. >> how impressive is this. >> i'm mesmerized. i feel like a kid watching like amazing tools. >> can you come out safely now? >> yeah. >> i'm sure i could. >> don't want to walk in the jaws of life. by the way, thank you for doing this to my car. i wasn't told yufld be handling this. >> you owe him big time. >> called instant convertible. always wanted one in new york city. >> go ahead and pull rick out. >> sure, why not. >> come out safely. robin, where can people learn more to help and be a part of this program? >> they can visit any of our firehouse subs restaurants across the country and go to our website fire hubs.com/foundation. it's absolutely a wonderful
program and we're proud of it. >> we can vouch for the amazing subs. clayton likes the meatball, i like the smoked turkey. >> the kids get the plastic fire hat. >> steak and cheese my favorite with sauce. >> how do you feel? >> i feel good. they cover you up for safety, with the glasses, glass doesn't go all over but when you hear that going around you, you can't see anything, it's -- >> it's amazing. we can rip open a car, and yet we don't have a good can opener in the house that can open a can. technology. >> that would do a good job. >> that would. thank you so much. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> all right. thank you so much. we want to thank hamburg mayor paul marino and his council and captain kathy and sussex fire department for making the segment happen. thanks to all of you guys. >> good effort here. >> all right. >> here's what's coming up. a new terror warning just in. america's lack of leadership in syria may lead to the next 9/11. the intel expert on that next. >> and the new movie "steve
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skeleton. >> it's a sugar skull, get it right. >> i learned that term yesterday. >> so we had our "fox and friends" fall festival on the plaza and a bunch of kids got their faces done and i said let me hop in there. >> how long did it take to wash off? >> as soon as i got in the shower it melted off with the rest of my cake face from normal tv came off. >> you should have worn it for the first segment. >> i did find glitter. i kissed the photographer's lens. >> took them four hours to wipe it off. >> happy halloween, everyone. >> that's great. >> we are following a bunch of stories this morning, to your news headlines this sunday. 34 minutes after the hour. oklahoma rattled overnight by two earthquakes one near the world's most important crude oil storage hub.
the strongest a 4.5 magnitude quake which followed a 4.4 magnitude quake. no reports of serious, significant damage. six other tremors recorded in the area throughout today. and the united states could on the brink of a terror attack as russia steps up its influence in the middle east the united states continues to cut its leadership in the region. dr. gorka said this trend could lead to another 9/11. >> when we withdraw from the world, bad people take notice and exploit the vacuum, al qaeda grew and grew and that's how we got to september 11th. we're doing the same thing again in a more dangerous world. >> he says by cutting the syrian rebel training program the administration sent a message to the region it doesn't care about isis. and terrifying moments on camera, when a suspected drunk driver slams into a minivan with a mother and her two daughters inside. bystanders at the busy long
island new york intersection tried to help but the driver ends up backing up and hitting another car before putting the suv in drive and hitting the minivan head-on again. >> oh. >> the driver 53-year-old linda subpoenao receiving minor injuries now facing drunk driving charges. and he was the teenager who wowed the world singing for the pope in philadelphia. ♪ >> now 14-year-old bobby hill catching the attention of the man who wrote that song. broadway composure andrew lloyd webber invited the teenager to the december opening of his newest show "school of rock." after his performance he told "fox and friends" it was completely last minute. >> there happened to be a set change and they needed a spot filled so my choir director here recommended me. i was a little nervous but i was
more excited. >> oh. after he sang for the pope, the pope actually gave bobby rose sarre beads. what a token. very cool. >> to rick reichmuth who was just cut out of a car, jaws of life. >> not many meteorologists can say that, rick. >> i got a souvenir i got to take with me. go to like the auto parts store this is maybe what you get out of that, once the jaws of life are done with this. all right. it's fall, people are wanting to get out and enjoy. take a look at the map and show you what's going on in west virginia. i think i'm saying that right. you can correct me on twitter if i'm wrong, beautiful pictures of the fall colors. chris sent this and a pretty nice day in store, chilly. 71 degrees. sent them to me on facebook or twitter. we will keep showing them as fall is drawing a beautiful day across the eastern seaboard. a lot of the country dry.
rain in south carolina that's gone. a little rain across the coastal areas. look at the heat across texas, parts of the northern plains, temperatures above average in some cases up to 35 degrees above average and out across the west, warm and windy as cross the -- across the intermountain west. back to you inside. >> 2015 has been booming with box office hits and this weekend is just going to add a few to the list. two highly anticipated films hit theaters this weekend, "steve jobs" and "pan". >> contributor and founder of nerd tiers.com is with us this morning. kevin mccarthy, the other kevin mccarthy, not the guy who was going to be speaker. what say you about these films? >>. >> it's an honor to be on. the tweets i'm getting, people thinking i'm the other kevin mccarthy. "steve jobs" opening in limited release this weekend, new york, and los angeles before it expands to the other cities and states throughout the next coming weeks. this movie is not necessarily a
biop biopic. it's a different type. aaron sorkin wrote the film wrote "newsroom" and "social network" and "west wing." the cool thing is they basically divided the film into three act structures. three acts, 40 minutes prior to the launch of a major plot. 1984 the macintosh, 88 the next cube and 98 the imack. the awesome thing about this, this is so inside nerdy filmmaking stuff and so cool to hear about it, danny boyle the director, decided to do 1984 in 16 millimeter grainy film, 88 in 35 millimeter film and 98 digitally. as the movie progresses in technology the image gets clearer. it's very cool how he was able to pull that off in the movie. performances are amazing. michael is brilliant as steve jobs. kate is amazing. the script feels like a two-hour action film but there's no
action. it's all dialog rapid fire dialog and it's absolutely brilliant. >> kevin, people are floating michael for a possible oscar.ng christian bail turned down the role. do you think oscar? >> it's incredible. him this year or leonardo for the movie called [ inaudible ]. i sat down with kate wins loathe to talk about the movie and said it's the hardest accent. the character was polish and armenian. check this out. she goes into the accent in the interview. watch this. >> this was the hardest dialect i've ever done because joanna hoffman in reality, born in poland, moved to romania, some family spoke russia, moved to america. the thing i didn't want to do is make the accent too thick and obvious. when you do an accent like that it can come across as being [ inaudible ]. if i was talking to you, it can
sound like that where actually joanna had been in america for a very long time and so there were these rhythms she had that lent into all of this language. >> wow. >> isn't that incredible. the movie 5 out of 5, my third 5 out of 5 of the year, my first was mad max and inside out. definitely check it out in theaters. >> what about "pan." >> yeah. unfortunately not so great. visually stunning. the problem is the story and the characters aren't that interesting. origin story of peter pan and captain hook. hugh jackman playing black beard. the visuals are incredible. the story doesn't really grab you. i was very forgettable. didn't do much for me overall. i thought jackman did a decent job as black beard. see it in 2 d. not worth 3d. the director is a great filmmaker. i just think this is the weakest of the movies so far. 2.5 out of 5.
see "steve jobs" or "the martian." >> or "the walk". >> yes. "the walk" is amazing in imax 3d. it is a beautiful tribute to the twin towers and new york city. >> thanks for bringing the enthusiasm. >> love you guys. talk to you soon. >> talk to you soon. >> we've heard about wasteful spending by the va before. but this might take the cake. a quarter million dollars on this one piece of art. that's just the start. and do you know anybody at work who has done something like this. >> oh, my god. >> why would you -- >> why? >> why? >> oh, my god. >> tell me why you had to cut the face off the dummy. >> you can survive your next big office mistake. >> i was going to play that prank on you guys. ♪
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hey friends fire up the coffee pot. time for quick headlines now. a new jersey community come together to raise more than $20,000 for an injured bear that walks upright. look at this. like a human. we thought it wasn't real but they say the money will be used to relocate petals to new york. and don't mess with a trained fighter. an indiana woman uses her medieval combat skills and a sword she had to take down an intruder in her house. >> see the guy standing here and i came at him and started punching at him like this get out, get out. >> wow. karen says she backed the man into a corner holding him there with her sword until police arrived and arrested him. over to you. don't mess with her. >> we've heard about the
millions wasted by the va, not funny as veterans wait for care. just how bad is the spending now. >> the committee recently found the palo alto va health care system has spent at least $6.3 million on art, on art, and consulting services. >> so what are some of the art projects that your tax dollars have funded? amber smith senior military adviser for concerned vets for america joins us this morning. i want to go through these. first of all the va spent $250,000 on what it calls the blue eclipse. tell me about it? what do you think about that kind of spending? >> he y yeah. we're seeing more fraud, waste and abuse from the department of veterans affairs spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on fancy rock sculptures and
abraham lincoln quotes in morris code that lights up and dances along the wall as veterans walk into whatever facility and that's not what veterans are looking for. they don't need this fancy elaborate art. what veterans want is plain and simple and what the va is supposed to be giving them timely and quality care and not getting it. >> let's look, you mentioned the next one, $1.3 million, this is $285,000, for this piece that's called the horizon. pretty remarkable. the next one is, $1.3 million on what's known as an aggregate courtya courtyard. do we know what an aggregate courtyard there. aren't veterans wondering after that big scandal why is the money not being put into their care? >> that's absolutely correct. it's skewed priorities. it's gross mismanagement and fiscal irresponsibility. and the va's quick answer, we need more money, we need a
bigger budget. the department of veterans affairs is the second largest government agency in our country. its annual budget over $160 billion. and this in terms of how they're throwing it away on this art, millions of taxpayer dollars goes to show you that is where their priorities lie instead of fixing and reforming the system so it's better for veterans. >> definitely heard it on the campaign trail, donald trump, carly fiorina, brought it up. are you surprised this hasn't come up more about helping our veterans and fixing the system once and for all? >> i'm glad you brought that up. it needs to be a topic on the campaign trail. near and dear to every veteran's heart, something they will look for in 2016 to see how the next commander in chief will be handling the issues the scandals out of the va are not going to change up till the commander in chief and the secretary of the va gets serious about accountability and stop messing
around with this crazy spending that we're seeing out of the va. and congress rewarding them giving them money to do so. >> amber smith, concerned veterans for america, lot of outrage about this morning, we appreciate you coming in. >> donald trump says paul ryan is not his first choice for house speaker. have you relied all to an e-mail at work when you should not have. what you can do to solve them. >> clayton has to do some fixing. ♪ we ship everything you can imagine. and everything we ship has something in common. whether it's expedited overnight... ...or shipped around the globe, ...it's handled by od employees who know that delivering freight... ...means delivering promises.
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jeopardy with a mistake like this one? >> oh. >> at ease. >> why? >> oh, my god. >> can you tell me why you had to cut the face off the dummy? >> i didn't think it was realistic in the movie and it turns out it's pretty realistic. >> it cost us $3500. >> $5,300 for a dummy? >> try to do that today on the plaza? >> didn't work. >> surviving your next slip up might be easier than you think. >> a millennial expert and works for a consulting company. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> we have several disasters at work and trying to get through all of them because they're so good. the first one the nasty reply all, you don't mean to and say something -- >> bad about your boss or something. >> the dreaded reply all can relate to that. . no magical unsend button. what you want to do, don't let
time go by, go up to the co-worker you wronged, apologize, let them know that this was a one-time thing, you respect their work and move on. >> don't pretend it didn't happen. >> no. >> the second one, too much to drink at the work party, there's the holiday parties coming up, how do you deal with that the next day? >> fight the urge to hit the snooze button. come into work, try to come in early, get a gatorade, a coffee, dress professionally, march straight into the boss's office, apologize for your behavior, let them know you respect the company and it will never happen again. >> and then the boss says i don't know what, are have you been talking about? i wasn't at the party. >> what about this, if you get caught interviewing for another job, one time i said a co-worker e years and years ago at another job printed out hiss resume and the boss saw him and he got in trouble for that. >> your boss knows you're not going to stay at the company for 30 years.
that type of employment is long gone. this could be a great opportunity for you to sit down with your boss, address the situation, so don't leave it hanging in the air, and let them know you're looking for new challenges, new responsibilities, and maybe there's a way they can counter offer something internally with your current company. >> how about the dreaded interoffice romances and then there's ultimately a breakup, pretty often. what do you do? >> you need to talk with your significant other before you hit the office and say, look, this is personal, we don't want to bring this into work and deflect the situation. but if the office rumor mill is chatting about it, speak positively about your significant other. they're a great co-worker, love working with them, change the topic. >> move on. >> probably the best advice for all of those, move on. >> thank you, jill. >> thank you. >> coming up on the program, these three inmates escaped from alcatraz more than 50 years ago and their families say they have proof they are alive. >> wow.
hey, everybody. today is sunday, 11th of october, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. no jail for bowe bergdahl. an army lawyer says the man who deserted his post in afghanistan and traded for five taliban terrorists should avoid prison. this hour we hear from the army commander who led the search for bergdahl when he went missing. plus, pressuriing mounting n paul ryan to run for house speaker. why donald trump says ryan is not his first choice sfo i like paul. i didn't say i'm okay with him. i said he would be somebody that a lot of people seem to think is a xroes miced candidate.
>> who the donald says he will support and will paul ryan decide during the green bay packers game today. a canine carbon copy. the couple who cloned their dog not once but twice. you won't believe how much money they spent. >> what does that cost some. >> "fox and friends" hour four starts right now. ♪ >> it's national safety month. last hour we showed you rick reichmuth being cut out of a car with the jaws of life, ripped the roof off, the doors off. this hour we're doing a little obstacle course, putting ourselves to the test. >> this obstacle course will be hard enough in like a sweat suit. >> right. >> but we will be wearing work clothes and then this giant jacket i guess that weighs kind of a lot.
>> first responder -- >> they can weigh up to 100 pounds with the tank on. i don't know if we have to wear the tank too. >> this what is our first responders have to do every day. >> climb up multiple floors into a building on fire. we have to go around a few traffic cones. let's get to the fox news alert, could this be bowe bergdahl's big break. did you hear the news. a military officer recommending no jail time for the sergeant. accused of deserting his unit in afghanistan back in 2009. elizabeth plan live in d.c. this morning. a lot of outrage about this. what are the facts? >> right. so remember this is the result of an article 32 hearing, a preliminary hearing in civilian court. an army officers says sergeant bowe bergdahl should be spared suggesting he face a lower level court-martial and no jail time meaning he recommends a special court, rather than a general court-martial. military prosecutors charged bergdahl in march with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy
before leaving his post and endangering the lives of troops who searched for him, a charge which could carry a maximum penalty of life in prison. his controversial release for five taliban commanders drew criticism from republicans and some democrats too. some military officials say regardless of this court's recommendation, bergdahl deserted his comrades. >> he went over to the enemy and gave them aid and comfort, and yes, he was tortured, he was held for five years, but it was because he walked away. >> so the case still has to go up the chain of command. another decision will be made as to whether or not the military accepts these recommendations. anna, ed, clayton, back to you guys. >> all right. thank you so much. let's talk about congressman paul ryan because he may be sitting down to watch the packers game today hopped up on cheese in wisconsin, maybe distract him from the pressure he is under this week in the wake of kevin mccarthy withdrawing his name from picking up the gavel as the
head -- as the speaker of the house. all the pressure is now on paul ryan to pick up that gavel. >> even jason chaffetz saying i will step aside if paul ryan decides to do this thing. >> he could be the consensus choice but conservatives saying wait a second they don't like his stance on illegal immigration and think he's for amnesty. the republicans in the house are looking for almost the perfect candidate for speaker and they might let the perfect be the enemy of the good. >> a mix of the establishment which largely was seen as john boehner and then a mix of the freedom caucus, which is like the tea party wing of the party, can you have a blending of these two? >> how do you get to the 218? does donald trump know best? he's been out on twitter and he says this, paul ryan is far from my first choice but a very nice guy. the republicans should go for someone tough and very smart this time. no games. who does he mean? >> so, you know, he's kind of -- not throwing his total support by him and hasn't named somebody else but donald last night was
on "judge janine" show and called in to say this about paul ryan. take as listen. >> i like paul. i didn't say i'm okay with him. i said he would be somebody a lot of people seem to think is a compromised candidate. i don't know that he wants to do it. i like him personally. i would like to see somebody very tough, very smart. >> he is very tough and he's very smart. but is he the candidate that's going to have to deal with the freedom caucus. dana made a good point yesterday on shows and said i wouldn't go in there if i was paul ryan, i wouldn't ask them. i would have them come to me. if they want me, they're going to have to prove to me that i should be in there. she didn't think he should have to cow to you to the caucus. >> whether paul ryan or someone else they have to grab that leadership mantle and say to the freedom caucus you're with me or not because we're going to lead the party in a new direction and that's what some people are crying out for in the wake of john boehner stepping down and say hey here's a great
opportunity for republicans to show they can lead in the congress. they now have both chambers e by the way. they have the debt ceiling coming up, the budget problems. as chris wallace was telling us last hour this could spill over into the presidential race. outsiders like donald trump and people asking the question can the republican, whoever emerges from this, not only lead the party but the nation. and sort of pick up the pieces. if they're in this much turmoil in the house that's going to be a harder case to make. >> figure out the scramble and make good hearty eggs out of it, get strength -- >> the eggs and cheese in wisconsin for the packers game, brats. maybe some -- >> people are expecting monday we will hear something from congressman ryan. chris wallace saying chances are no way. >> what would it look like if there was a caretaker like newt gingrich's name had been kicked around and governor romney. what would that look like. get to this, a fox news alert, this just in, a verdict reached in the iranian espionage
trial of "washington post" reporter jason rezaian. no word on what the verdict is for him and his wife and two others were jailed 15 months ago on multiple charges. all but rezaian who is in a notoriously dangerous prison have since been released. his lawyer, family and "washington post" deny all charges. an explosive discovery on a golf course leaves a man arrested. police in northern california say kevin hornbuckle left two homemade acid bombs capable of spraying debris 50 feet. one detonated in a controlled explosion on the golf course and the other found nearby detonated. the golf course and club were evacuated. no one was hurt. the cia may have led a cover-up of the kennedy assassination. new politico report claims
declassified information shows former director john mccone withheld information about the president's killing during the investigation and they say mccone and other cia officials focused on what agency believed was, quote, the best truth that lee harvey oswald acted alone in shooting the president. in a massachusetts man says a shark attack saved his life. eugene finney left with a large cut and bruises after a shark slammed into his back while he was on a family vacation. but finney didn't get his injuries checked out until he returned home and that's when doctors found a tumor on his kidney. finney joined us earlier saying he got lucky. >> i'm very thankful and gracious for this incident, for this shark, this nudging. had this not been discovered so early, i would have never known about it until the cancer had progressed to stage 4 metastasized and spread throughout my lower abdomen, most likely causing me full-blown stomach cancer. >> the doctors removed the tumor
and finney is cancer-free. couldn't believe he said i'm very thankful i was attacked by a shark. >> stomach cancer runs in his family. >> rick reichmuth is standing by. look at the forecast and some friends. >> yeah. when 14 years old did you get up every morning and watch the news? >> yeah. >> no. i still don't. >> listen to the radio. >> that's not true. emma here this what is you wanted to do for your 14th birthday. you watch us every morning. >> every morning before school. >> we love hearing this. you made a sign, i say if you make a sign you're getting on. happy birthday. >> thank you. >> 14. big year coming. get ready. she's about -- that's all about to change. she will be watching boys in the morning soon. take a look at the map and show you what's going on -- i'm sorry. all right. take a look at this picture sent to us from chris in fishkill, new york. we inspired people to go apple picking. 48 degrees if you are headed up there early this morning getting to 71.
keep sending me your fall pictures. doesn't look like fall just yet but lots of it going around. i'm rick reichmuth on twitter, keep sending pictures. one storm yesterday across south carolina that is offshore and we'll see a little rough morning across the seas but take a look at this. the rest of the country looking almost perfect. little rain across montana, windy there today, but take a look at those temperatures very, very warm. all right. guys, send it back to you inside. >> all right. thanks, rick. kanye west ranting a little bit. >> is that new? >> not that part. >> tell us if you think this is hypocrisy. what he's upset about, he's tired of when you get a free game like download a free game on your iphone or ipad. >> not free. >> there's in app purchases. he gave his child, we gave our ipad to our child and every five minutes a new purchase. a 2-year-old. he said if a game was made for a 2-year-old allow them to have fun and give the parents a break. >> which a lot of you are going yeah, this has happened to me too with my youngster. probably more likely a teenager.
we started thinking about it, doesn't kim kardashian have one of the top grossing apps on the market with in app purchases. there's one in app purchase that is almost $40. $39.99 for the xl star pack. >> add them up and ed has been playing this game for a while now, one of his favorite games, add up all of the star packs look at this as anna mentioning, number 3, $39, adds up to over $100 in app purchases. >> my wife asks me about that. why are you doing all this -- >> why are you buying cyber lipstick. >> i think kanye west does believe it or not have a fair point about a 2-year-old. they're just pushing buttons sometimes and see something pop up, a candy on the screen, went through this with my kids and want to pop on that and have no idea. >> that's why they need to read put your mad dad glasses on and read the fine print. >> my son was playing angry
birds and the thing popped up, i think angry birds was -- paid game and then you can have the in app purchases and the thing you kept popping up and he wanted for $20 this like super bird. and i said here's what i'm going to do, $20, put in your piggy bank, and in two weeks if you still want this, we'll do it. we'll wait that long. he totally forget about it. >> you are such a good day. >> what did you do with the 20? >> i didn't give him the 20. >> i gave it and said remember when i told you that. >> our viewers are weighing in. michele posted this on facebook. it's not up to the game company to do your job as a parent. >> and brooke on facebook says maybe if kids aren't old enough to realize they are spending money they shouldn't use it. >> brittney posted don't you have to enter passwords to make purchases. you're echoing my point earlier. you have to put your it fingerprint to activate it. some parents make that active for their kids so doing that and your kid touches it you will be
paying for it. here's a tip, don't put your kid's fingerprint -- >> change your settings. >> and jim posted on facebook why is clayton stealing money from his kids. >> oh, no. >> that's not -- >> tough out there. >> all right. >> all the dollars i can get. >> here's what's coming up. 13 minutes after the hour. no jail for bowe bergdahl. an army lawyer says the man who deserted his post in afghanistan and traded for five taliban terrorists should avoid prison. up next the army commander who led the search for bergdahl when he went missing will be joining us. >> are you looking to improve your relationship? the one thing you can do with your phone right now to make it happen. wait, maybe quit buying -- >> put it away. >> or buy kim kardashian's app. ♪ you're here to buy a car.
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bowe bergdahl investigation. an army officer recommending that bergdahl not receive jail time. here is the commander of the u.s. special forces on the day bergdahl went missing is how tenant wallace. what is your reaction to this revelati revelation? >> look, frankly i think this is egregious. i applaud the army to for working through its process but the issue is accountability. particularly sergeant bergdahl was charged for misconduct in the face of the enemy which means he put his fellow soldiers in harm's way. i took command of the special forces the day he walked off his base and we were ordered to stop everything we were doing, ship all assets and soldiers for the search for him and soldiers were hurt, harmed and killed in the process of missions to find him that we otherwise would not have been doing. he needs to be held fully accountable for it. and frankly the administration needs to be held fully
accountable for the trade that it made for sergeant bergdahl. those five taliban commanders now in qatar are recruiting, fund-raising and rejoining the fight and, you know, the final piece of accountability i think that needs to come into play here is can you imagine being the family of one of the hostages in iran, that didn't receive the benefit of this type of a trade, that the administration has done nothing for, that it could not even put into the iran nuclear deal? so i mean i think there's a lack of accountability all around here and i know both myself and fellow veterans are upset about it. >> you mentioned there are been reports at least three of the taliban five have been communicating with the old terror networks trying to get back on the battledfield. the obama administration insists all five are still in qatar, that the travel ban for themes has been extended. do you buy that and believe them? >> i don't know that we have full accountability of the five
from the folks that i'm hearing from that are still working the issue, but again just because they're physically located in qatar doesn't mean they can't activate their old recruiting networks, fund-raising networks. this was essentially the taliban's war cabinet and to think they are essentially sitting on the beach and enjoying retirement is egregious and insult and always worth reminding everyone we still have 10 to 12,000 soldiers in afghanistan in harm's way because of the activities that these five and the rest of the taliban command chain. >> the other side of this argument look, he served time, tortured five years by the taliban, it's time served. >> sure. >> that's why no time in prison. what do you say to that? >> i think the defense is doing a good job of conflating two issues. on the one hand the charge, and that is desertion and misconduct in the face of the enemy and we need to see that charge place out. on the back end of sentencing whether he deserves a little
less prison time because of what, you know, happened at the hands of the taliban my own personal view is he caused it, and, you know, the families of the fallen don't get their sons back at all. so i think there need to be a full measure of accountability here and i hope the army does the right thing. >> strong criticism but not from an outsider. somebody on the inside and knows a lot about this case. we appreciate those facts this morning. >> thanks so much. now these three inmates meanwhile escaped from alcatraz more than 350 years ago. now -- 50s years ago. now their families say they have proof they're still alive. it if you had the chance to clone your pet so they could live on forever would you? one couple did spending $100,000. the puppies will join us next. ♪
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ask how enbrel can help relieve joint pain and help stop joint damage. enbrel, the number one rheumatologist-prescribed biologic. welcome back. turmoil in turkey continuing after yesterday's devastating suicide bombing at a peace rally. protesters and police clashing again after reports of riot officers blocking ambulances from taking bombing victims to hospital. overnight, iran successfully test fires a long-range missile. the country's defense minister telling state media the missile is able to be controlled until the moment of impact. officials claim the missiles are for defense purposes only and not used to carry nuclear weapons. anna? this is a wild story. they say all dogs go to heaven.
>> charlie. will i ever see you again? >> sure. sure you will, kid. good-byes aren't forever. >> then good-bye, charlie. i love you. >> oh. brings you back. what if your dog really could live forever? in a matter of speaking anyway. one korean company is offering the chance by cloning your dog for $100,000 and a louisiana cupjust that. paul la and philip did it not once but twice to keep their beloved dog melvin, they join us with the clones, ken and henry, don't believe the words coming out of my mouth. good morning to all of you and thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> so -- >> in front of the camera. >> where did you get the idea to do it? paula, i'll start with you some. >> i saw an episode of "i cloned
my pet" on television and being a -- working in a veterinary practice my husband is a veterinarian and i knew someone in the world was cloning dogs and capable of being quite successful at cloning dogs, so i started looking into it. i saw that and i sent an e-mail and it went on from that conversation and we ended up with two puppies. >> phil, enlighten us, how is it done? >> oh, yeah. what they do, they took a skin punch off my dog's -- the donor dog's hind leg and i sent it to massachusetts and they groots cells. from there they sent it to south korea and there when they got to south korea they took a dog's egg and sucked the dna out of the egg and took the dna of the skin and put it in there and gave an electric charge to it and tricked it into becoming an embryo and plant it back in the female. >> and then is this just put into an incubator? >> no.
put in uterus. >> into a surrogate mother. >> wow. >> and then -- >> look at the camera. >> wind up with these dogs. now, it's -- it sounds simple but watching them take that nucleus out of the skin cell or out of the egg is very tedious job. >> well, just as you would think, these dogs look a whole lot alike. is their temperament alike and give us some more -- >> okay. their temperament is just like melvin's temperament. melvin stayed with them for a year and a half and i had to put him down because the arthritis got so bad. they inherit everything he had, the hypothyroid and later in life, i'm going to have to be worried about arthritis in them. outside that, everything is the same. they're not exactly alike because the surrogate mother can move the spots around a little
bit. they look similar. if you get up close you can see the difference in them. one got attached to me and the other one attached to my wife. >> how about that. i'm a dog lover. i have a yellow lab at home and maybe you're going to get me wanting to do this too, same for a lot of people. i can't get over the price tag, $100,000 per dog. >> they do a lot of commercial work for different countries to produce working dogs. that's what's great about clone dogs. you can get the same working dog each time. and germany had 30 some dogs produced. the netherlands had dogs produced. >> a lot of times for dogs that are working dogs. >> it's a wonderful thing for seeing eye dogs and drug dogs. police, military, two years ago, got two puppies off and went into training right now. >> paula and philip, and ken and
henry, thanks for coming on the program and we hope and know melvin is in heaven this morning. >> oh, yeah. >> thanks. see you guys. >> thank you. >> what a wild story. 28 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox and friends" sacred journey few have ever made. the flight crew hand picked to pilot hope francis on his united states visit shares their incredible story next. and are you planning a big fall camping trip? we have the hottest gear to make your outdoor adventure unforgettable. ♪
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that's a testament to true craftsmanship. >> it's not the stuff we buy today that falls apart. >> all the first graders super happenedsome. you said in your first grade picture -- >> my mom would send me off and put it down and there's always hair sticking up. >> i had no teeth in my first grade picture and my hair was white blonde and wispy and thin. >> i can't believe that. >> never flattering. >> those were cute, though. 34 minutes after the hour on a sunday morning. to other stories making headlines. a michigan deputy recovering after being shot with a cross bow. the suspect dead after police shot him. deputy michael cotenco dispatched after a 911 call claiming the suspect alledgedly stabbed a neighbor with a pitch fork and accused him of stealing marijuana ple showed up, the su fired hitting the deputy inches from his spine. he is in stable condition. three alcatraz inmates
authorities say drown whiles escaping the island prison in 1962 could still be alive. their families claim to have proof. brothers john and clarence anglin and fellow prisoner frank morris paddled to the shore and survived. the proof they say, christmas cards sent to the brother's mother and suggesting they were alive in the 1970s. no inmate is believed to haves escaped the notorious prison. it was like seeing god, the hand picked american airlines crew selected to fly pope francis around the united states and back to rome speaks out about their blessed experience. >> he is like your favorite grandfather who is always smiling, very humble, easily approachable, and he's just a pleasure to be around. >> captain griffin told us when he asked the pope to pray for a safe landing the pope in return asked the captain to pray for him. how nice is that. >> sweet. >> a new book says simply having
your it phone just around while you're with your partner can harm your relationship. so we asked you what you thought about this and e-mailed us to say yes, phones can bring down relationships. my husband works long hours and i just want to have a little conversation but his face is in his phone checking facebook. really makes you feel not as important. >> jenny said absolutely no cell phone. that shows how self-centered and important you are. lose the phone. interesting. all right. those your headlines. clayton, clayton. you're ruining our relationship. >> rick reichmuth is standing by. i think he's outside with folks. hey. >> i am. hey. so cousins weekend. >> oh, cousins weekend. yes. >> first time in new york. >> my first time in new york. >> first time traveling together. >> first time. >> and will it be the last time? >> no. >> every six months now. >> must be the first day of the trip. talk to us on the end of the trip. okay. nice. >> great time. >> a success. you still travel with your
cousins. here's a picture sent from wisconsin, rapids wisconsin, right along the wisconsin river saying it's the peak of fall right there. this comes from -- on twitter. there you go. no report of your current temperatures but it's about 48 degrees right now. 79, sunny, going to feel like summer again. we have the warm temperatures. a nice day across the northeast. plenty of sunshine and really spectacular. great day to enjoy the fall. down across the southeast, also nice, but the southern plains not hot compared to southern temperatures. temps in the mid 90s it's hot this time of year. same towards the northern plains, mid and upper 80s, as far north as north dakota. yesterday we broke a record at 92. out across the west, another warm day, heat advisories still continuing and going to be windy across the far northern rockies. >> fall is here. great time to get outdoors whether you've been hunting and camping for years or trying for the first time everything you need for a memorable weekend
outdoors. >> joining us is editor in chief from "field and stream." anthony, welcome. >> thanks, guys "field and stream" i used to read this magazine or look at this magazine when i was a little kid. you are still going strong. >> absolutely. magazine is 125 years old and still doing very well. >> you had an awesome feature a short time ago on trout fishing and getting out there and learning to fly fish for the first time. >> absolutely. >> now we have gear. it's fall time. takes us through some of the gear you are recommending. >> we're -- we picked out new classics, things using new technology and design to create some updates of awesome gear and new must haves. >> the leatherman. >> love this thing. my brother-in-law got me one of these for christmas and it's fantastic. >> it's fantastic. this is the one you want when things go really wrong. it has all the survival gear you need. integrated fire starter and signal whistle in addition to the pliers, knife blade, can opener, traditional gear.
>> everything you need. >> compact and no excuse not to have it with you. it will not help you out if you don't carry it. >> i'm afraid i will light myself on fire. >> this is a flynt and steel so you can spark a shower of hot sparks on your tinder and a whistle as well. >> out in the woods naked and afraid this is that one item you need to bring along. >> that would be a good pick. >> a camera here, camouflaged not going to scare away what you're trying to see. >> a trail camera. some of the coolest products to come along the years. what they do, they use the newest technology to take pictures and video of wild life when you're not in the woods. any critter that walks, crawls, flies by, this uses technology to take a picture of it. >> you can wake up in the morning and see what went by. >> you go to the camera an have to get the sd card where the images are. that's half the if fun. seeing what you missed when you were sleeping. >> big bear. >> it works at night. >> big bear. catch me. coleman and i have one of these camping stoves.
but this looks like an update. >> you don't need a backpacking stove, you need a full size camp stove. they're making great ones for years but the best one they've paid. redesigned the burn sore it's wind proof, bigger surface area, cut boiling time in half. what's cool are the integrated set on flat tops nonstick so you can make eggs and bacon. >> hot cakes. >> hot cakes absolutely. >> all right. matches. >> yes. okay. what can you do with a match? >> a match. holy smokes. >> that match is by ufo. it burns like a blow torch. this is the best waterproof, wind proof match we ever used. >> light it. >> i can. >> it burns so hot we were are told and better not light it here even though we have the firemen around. >> seth our manager is like absolutely not. a fire code. but we have the fire department here. >> so this here is a water pure fier. >> water purifier. old days pumps and tubes.
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vw under fire yet again days after volkswagen admitted it installed software to help pass emissions tests. some motorists are being investigated by congress. >> a reported $50 million in clean energy tax credits were improperly shared with certain vw car owners. with 60,000 of them receiving over $1,000 per vehicle in these improper credits. joining us now with the reaction host of "sunday morning futures, maria bartiromo. most of the time we hear about the story if you have a vw what do you do about it? what do the taxpayers do about the cred ises that became phantom and do you ever get the money back? >> people are not getting the money back. taxpayers paid for all of these so-called green energy cars, and then they gave out all these tax breaks and now we recognize that this was a fraud and, in fact, not green at all. taxpayers are just out the money unfortunately. this is one of those wrongheaded
policies where not only taxpayers lost money but the epa and its new regulation and the cost of those regulations have actually also impacted business to the extent that businesses are sitting on cash and not hiring and you have an economy that is stuck in the mud. >> talk about grabbing the reigns on policy somebody who has a big impact on economic policy is the speaker of the house and a lot wondering and you're going to get into itting your your show, paul ryan the guy or not. >> you could only speculate what he's going to say but i think he's got a lot of support in terms of this job. we're going to talk with congressman peter king and mimi walters what they feel are the most important skillsets to take this job and really importantly, who is going to bring the two sides or diet visions together. i think paul ryan can do it. >> this shakeup, though, has been rolling washington but has wall street paying attention, worried about a government shutdown.
what's going to happen with the budget. how is wall street responding to the turmoil. >> so far not a major reaction in terms of markets and investors. people are recognizing there's a revolution going on in the republican party and maybe that's what they need. people are so angry that in many cases, the gop has gotten rolled over by the president's agenda and the president has an opportunity to push his agenda through aggressively while there is this uncertainty there. in terms of markets they're looking at an economy that is two steps forward, one step back. we will talk with ben bernanke this morning and even that conversation i have to tell you suggests to me he's fine with interest rates staying where they are and the federal reserve doesn't have to raise interest rates in 2015. why. because the economy is so fragile. and it all goes back to the regulatory environment, e pa, obama care, dodd/frank costing business too much money. >> major decisions coming, big impact on the economy and on that campaign that's playing out
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keith sukinoff, he's put ing all this together, executive director of firehouse sub public safety foundation. >> i think anna said it best, we don't realize what these men and women have to go through, the equipment that they carry, as well as -- >> how heavy is the jacket? >> the jacket isn't that bad. the helmet is really heavy. >> we don't even have the tank on. that adds another how many pounds? >> 80 pounds. >> 80 pounds easily. >> wow. >> all the gear is about 100 -- >> what are we doing now? what is the obstacle course going to look like? do you know? >> basically -- >> somebody tell us what we're going to do. >> is this a race? i need to know if this is a race. >> definitely a race. >> you're going to go through the cones, big charlie and devin are on the end. they have the jaws of life
equipment. you make a cut on the car. get it done. good luck. these guys will count it down. >> they go through the dummies as well. >> through the dummies as well. >> at the end. >> chest compressions at the end? >> yes. >> how many? >> 10. >> 10. >> ready? >> talk is cheap. let's see if you can do this. on the count of three. >> one, two, three. >> go, anna! come on, anna. let's go. let's go. >> they're going to the jaws of life now. >> they have to breakthrough the car -- >> i'm in the sure rick is up to the challenge. >> i think anna is going to do it. >> my money is on anna. >> i think she'll get it done. get it done, anna. get it done. >> she surfs. she's out there. >> stay alive, baby. stay alive. >> chest compressions. >> rick is doing a little too
fast. >> she's out of the booth. >> good job, guys. that is great. >> all right. >> we want to talk to the winner first. the loser we'll get to eventually. anna, how does it feel? >> fabulous. i want to stress one thing about the -- we're being silly now, but with the cpr and rescue breathing, the regulations actually changed, right? >> that's right. as valerie said earlier, you don't do any of the mouth to mouth anymore. it is all chest compression. >> all chest compression. you don't waste any time doing the mouth to mouth until the first responders get there. >> you were an athlete. you work out every day. you're out of breath. just from that little jaunt in that outfit. that's incredible. >> it is amazing the weight of this that makes it so much more difficult. you're out of breath. i'm out of breath. and just moving around. trying to get up and move in this gear really difficult. >> adrienaline going up.
ours is up in a healthy, fun way, but these guys, do or die, life or death in some situations. >> you don't have the air packs on. it is just -- we're just so proud of our first responders. i think we all share that love. >> robin, we want to thank robin and keith. you do an incredible job and firehouse subs for providing all of this. and as well our -- >> fire and safety as well. they brought in the vehicles. >> thank you for that, bringing the car we could cut open this morning. >> that was great. >> thanks to all of you. this is a lot of fun and very interesting. >> more "fox & friends" next.
on. this is good. >> more to this. >> we're ready. in three, two, one. >> go! >> you can't just run straight through. >> okay. >> they're going to snap off a piece of metal from the car. >> keep going. keep going. it will go. >> whoa. >> pretty heavy. >> it is very heavy. and incredibly strong piece of machinery. you turn it on and it is doing it. >> there it goes. >> but it is good. >> ed henry, he is on his way. >> the heel of your hand. >> ed is like kneading dough on this person here. >> what do i do?
>> enjoy your sunday. logon to foxandfriends.com and we'll see if ed can figure out how to do real cpr. have a good day. good morning. lots of unknowns in the race for house speaker this morning. while many eyes rest on one potential candidate. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." with the lead candidate now out of the race, congress awaits a decision from what would be a new front-runner. paul ryan. congressman peter king and congresswoman mimi walters on that in a moment. plus, an army recommendation may mean no jail time for sergeant bowe bergdahl. a former commander of the army's delta force on that. and the latest on russia's involvement now in syria. and then from the darkest day of the recession to today, where are we and where are the jobs? ben bernanke on jobs, interest rates and wages as we l