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julie banderas," fox report" up next. several palestinians reportedly shot and killed after a series of stack attacks on israelis today. despite increased security measures there are no signs of the violence letting up. i'm julie banderas and this is the" the fox report" in one of today's attacks, israeli officials say they stopped to question a suspicious-looking teenager in east jerusalem when he pulled a knife and tried to stab the officers. they shot and killed him. this is the latest in a month of confrontations involving a knife-wielding attack and attackers or demonstrations turning ugly. now, israel has taken unprecedented steps in response, increasing checkpoints and barriers and deploying soldiers in israeli cities. the attacks have reportedly
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caused a sense of panic across israel. and increased fears that a new round of heavy violence could be ahead. the new chairman of the joint chiefs of staff marine general joseph dunford is in jerusalem for his first trip overseas since taking the job. officials say his visit was planned before the fresh wave of violence erupted there. john hunney is in jerusalem tonight. john are these attacks being coordinated by a militant group do we know? >> reporter: at this point there's no indication, julie, that that is the case. though hamas has praised these attacks. it's more so the lone wolf type attackers. julie, that's part of the problem. that's a huge problem. because there are those who feel that the unprecedented level of security, the police checkpoints, the road blocks, the extra soldiers and police and security forces on the street, will not stop an angry palestinian teenager from
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pulling out a knife and stabbing people. that has been the case in the latest, the majority of these attacks. we're talk about palestinian teens, young men and boys. i say boys because 13, 14, 15 and 16-year-olds. and that's been the case with these latest attacks. five stabbings so far since saturday morning. remember we're in the overnight hours just past 2:00 a.m. here in juierusalem. three stabbings were back-to-back altar getting israeli soldiers. in jerusalem there were two attempted stabbings, one in which a 16-year-old palestinian tried to stab a soldier before being shot and killed. so the big question, why are they young palestinians? well, there's a lot of theories and speculation about that. there was also more violence today in ramallah as you mentioned where clashes continued between rioters and police. also in hebron and the west bank city of bethlehem. we were in bethlehem yesterday,
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julie, as you and probably our viewers recall. we were on the ground. we saw that violence up close. all of this latest violence raising concerns about whether this is this is a prelude to another vicious and bloody week after an already brutal week. >> john are there any peace talks in the works, do you know? >> short answer is no. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is expected to meet with secretary of state john kerry at some point next week in europe to discuss ways to try and quell the violence, find a political solution. but the question is whether palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas will be involved in those discussions. at this point, julie, that is very unlikely. though abbas did have a phone conversation with kerry this week in which he reportedly told secretary of state kerry that he would try to reduce the tension and violence in israel and the west bank, though it's unclear how exactly he's going to do
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that. and the atmosphere i can tell you right now in jerusalem is one of unease as we're all waiting to see if this vicious cycle of violence continues after a bloody, brutal week now going into another week. julie? >> john huddy reporting live in jerusalem tonight. thank you very much, john. hillary clinton set to testify on how the state department handled the deadly benghazi terror take attack just days from now. her top aide huma abedin went in front of the committee yesterday. telling fox news he was not evasive in her answers but has not been able to fill in a lot of the information regarding all the key timing and events related to the attacks. hillary clinton, meantime, has slammed the committee claiming they are targeting her for political reasons. but congressional investigators say this is a fair investigation of what happened and how it could have been prevented. garrett ten tenney has more from
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washington. >> reporter: after meeting with house benghazi committee for nearly eight hours, top aide to hillary clinton home huma abedin said she came to be as helpful as she could be. >> i answered all their questions to the best of my ability. >> reporter: sources tell fox news abedin wasn't evasive in her answers but that her testimony did little to fill in the gaps of all the key timing in events surrounding the benghazi attacks, including how then secretary clinton responded the night they occurred. >> it's still unclear what was in those conversations. and we didn't know that. of course i don't think she knew that. that's going to be an interesting point exactly what were in these conversation and who all did she talk to that night. >> reporter: this coming thursday the committee will have its chance to ask clinton herself when she appears before the panel to publicly testify. clinton in her campaign are attempted to raise further doubts about the committee's
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investigation. >> i think it's pretty clear that whatever they might have thought they were doing, they ended up becoming a partisan arm of the republican national committee with an overwhelming focus on trying to, as they admitted, drive down my poll numbers. >> we have a task. we're going to complete it. when we present that i am confident that the american people will say this was a professionally conducted investigation. >> reporter: clinton's campaign is riding a wave of momentum following her strong debate performance and is hoping to avoid any kind of falloff that could make it more appealing for vice president joe biden to enter the race. julie? >> all right. thank you. fox news is america's election headquarters. vice president joe biden could soon be making a decision about a possible 2016 run. that's according to his political team. biden has just a few weeks until the first major deadline to make a bid for the white house. kristen fisher is live in washington with the latest on the biden factor.
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so kristen, what exactly does this letter say and why is it so important? >> reporter: julie, it's important because it includes two big firsts. this is the first time we've heard from biden's inner circle about what kind of campaign he would actually run. optimistic, unscripted, a quote campaign from the heart. this is also the first time that biden's political team has actually said a decision is imminent. the message to his former staffers and closest supporters, be ready. in the letter senator ted coffman says "if he decides to run we will need each and every one of you yesterday". even biden's inner circle is acknowledging time is running out especially since it was announced hillary clinton has raised 28 million over the last three weeks. bernie sanders raised 26 million. a loot of money already spoken from from democratic donors. no word on when an announcement would be but we're told it's very soon. >> the republican side jeb bush and donald trump are at it again? >> reporter: they're at it
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again. this time it's about jeb bush's brother in 9/11. during an interview on bloomberg tv, trump insinuated that form president george w. bush is partially responsible for the terror attack on 9/11. trump said blame him or don't blame him but he was president when the world trade center came down. jeb bush took to twitter to defend his brother. "how pathetic for donald trump to criticize the president for 9/11. we were attacked, my brother kept us safe." trump responded, "jeb bush you're pathetic for saying nothing happened during your brother's term when the world trade center was attacked and brought down." carlie fiorina was asked about trump's comments. >> donald trump says a lot of frankly irresponsible things. and the rationale for his candidacy seems to be everyone else -- everyone else is stupid or messed up or a loser. and he's the lonely guy who's good. >> reporter: as for donald trump, so far at least today
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donald trump has not responded. julie? >> kristin fisher, thank you very much. more from republican presidential frontrunner donald trump in his own words. tomorrow on "fox news sunday" with chris wallace. don't want to miss this one. check your local listings. and that brings us to our twitter question of the day @real donald trump. that's his twitter handle. is sitting down with @fox news sunday. fox news sunday's twitter handle tomorrow. if you had a chance to sit face-to-face with trump, what would you ask him? tweet me @julie banderas and we'll put you in the reporter's seat later in the show. all right. so one of the survivors of the oregon college shooting sharing his memories of that fateful day, writing that the day started so normal. he is army veteran chris nintz he was shot five times that left nine others dead. he said when the gunfire happened this morning he and his classmates ran towards the library where mintz moved up an down the aisles and warned
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fellow students to run for their lives. he went back to the hall where it happened and blocked a classroom door apparently in a heroic attempt to barricade the shooter inside. well, that is when the gunman got through another door, shooting mintz several times. mintz writes with chilling detail, i'm quoting part of it, "he was so nonchalant through it all, like he was playing a video game and showed no emotion." he says "the gunman then also accused him of calling the police. and that is when mintz says "he leaned further out of the classroom and tried to shoot my phone. i yelled "it's my kid's birthday, man." he pointed the gun right at my face and then he retreated back into the class. i'm still confused at why he didn't shoot me again. mintz says his recovery is going well. he offers a heart-felt thank you to the first responders as well as the doctors and nurses, saying they are the real heroes.
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what an incredible story. right now police asking for help in finding two suspects in the stabbing of u.s. military veteran spencer stone. now, one of the heroes -- take a very close look at this video. one of the heroes who helped take down the gunman is that train attack in europe. he is the hero that in fact stopped a gunman from boarding that train and massacring several. plus el chapo reportedly hurt after the fugitive drug lord has a close call with a mexican marine. plus hear from the man who was attacked by an alligator and lived to tell the tale. >> i saw the teeth coming down on my arm. right after that i heard the snap. you can hear the jaws. and i knew something was gone.
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the public's help. here are the composite sketches of the man. based on surveillance video from the scene. take a look at those sketches. police say the suspects were involved in a fight on october 8th that left spencer stone with multiple stab wounds. you may recall, stone was one of the three friends who stopped a gunman on the paris-bound train in august. well, france awarded him the country's highest honor for his heroic act, which officials say likely saved countless lives. el chapo is hurt, we are told, but still on the run after a close call with authorities. it is the latest twist in a desperate search for escaped mexican drug lord. the manhunt now focuses in the mountains of northwestern mexico. authorities say that is where the most wanted fugitive was flown following his escape. and now they believe he has injured his leg and face recently while running from the mexican marines. it's now been more than three months since el chapo broke out
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his cell through a sophisticated cell under the prison where he was housed. will, how do authorities close in on him? >> reporter: well, julie, this all started right after that escape back in july from the so-called maximum security prison in mexico where he slipped out of the prison through that tunnel that was actually had been dug all the way up to his shower stall. now, right after that break out there were reports that he was flown to a mountainous region in sinaloa. we now know that because authorities say they captured the pilot who helped with the escape. that then led them to the area where they believe chapo was staying at a mexican ranch. chapo was able to escape but was injured during the process. while authorities aren't elaborating on that operation, people who l area, they're not happy because of the heavy military presence that's been there for the past couple of weeks, julie. >> so this isn't the first escape that he's actually pulled
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off, right? >> reporter: yeah, that's right. back in 2001 he broke out of another mexican prison. he was actually rolled out of that prison in a laundry cart, if you can believe that, although the security in that prison was lax to say the least. he's known for staying in the shadows. at any one time he's got about 150,000 people working for him on his payroll. although few have ever really ever seen him. he's known for wearing disguises, dressing up as priests or army officers. he's also known to have had multiple plastic surgeries, julie. >> wow. he's wanted in the u.s. right now. i want the latest on that. i'm also kind of curious. is there any latest development on how he escaped, who helped him? was there anyone on the outside? i know there were prison officials who got in some trouble. >> reporter: yeah. and in regards to his escape in july, a number of people dozens ended up being arrested there. there was always the thought there could have been people on the inside, simply because they
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dug the testimony rigunnel righ this maximum-security prison. here in the united states there's a $55 million million r for el chapo. his cartel is famous or really infamous for digging super tunnels, tunnels that have lighting, ventilation, rail car systems, that bring all these drugs into the united states. and while he's viewed as a dangerous criminal in the united states, some, many in fact in mexico have a different view. they look at him as a modern day robin hood. in fact there's stories that go around where he goes into populated areas, goes into restaurants. he'll buy all the patrons meals as long as they don't call or text anybody before, during or after the time that he's present there. many people there are just very unhappy with the government. they're pleased that he continues to outwit them andstate stay on the run, julie. >> will carr in los angeles. thank you so much. faulty air bags made by japanese company takata are
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>> a mother in maryland accused of recruising her own teenage daughter in a deadly revenge plot. it is a bizarre case. police say she and her husband were involved romantically with a woman living in her basement. but suspect became mad, apparently, when her husband and the other woman continued an affair without her. and that's when police say she recruited her 13-year-old daughter and her 18-year-old boyfriend pick toured here to help kill them. on october 5th, police say the suspect anne anastaci called police to say her husband had committed suicide in their maryland home. investigators say they found him dead and there was a gaughan in
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his hand but that gun didn't really match with the gunshot wound. and that's where the trouble started for these suspects. they found the woman dead with multiple stab wounds, the knife nowhere to be found. family member of the suspect say they cannot believe what happened. >> as far as i know, i don't know what happened down there. other than that, i can't believe it. i can't believe it. it's crazy. it's absolutely crazy. >> it's kind of hard to believe that they're accusing them of doing something like that. they're little kids. she's 13 years old. what 13-year-old has the mindset of murdering people? or even trying to get someone to do it? >> anastaci and the boyfriend are both charged with first ee murder. the 13-year-old is charged as a juvenile with accessory after the fact. she is one of five children. so a tip of the wing for u.s. airways as it now becomes part of american airlines. the company numbered its last
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ever flight 1939 after the year in which it was founded. the plane touched down in philadelphia this morning, marking the end of an era. and the completion of a merger that has been 22 months in the making. brian yennis is reporting live from laguardia airport. brian, why should passengers be concerned with this merger disrupting their travel plans now? >> reporter: hi, julie. look, u.s. airways and american really joined forces in 2013. but these things take time. since then frequent flier programs have come together. even last night workers were taking down the u.s. airways signage at airports nation-wide. but today marks the most complicated part of the merger. that's really combining their computer and ticketing systems into one. that means the u.s. airways web site no long exists. and reservations and luggage tracking all come together precisely for both airlines. the concern comes after that major merger between united and continental which created chaos
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in 2012 leading to weeks and months of technical glitches and delays. years later united now ranks low in customer service and on-time arrivals. so understandably with american now becoming the largest airline in the world, passengers are concerned about a terrible takeoff, too. but so far so good, american airlines tells us. no major delays or glitches nation-wide. >> the experience is good. similar to most american flights i've taken. >> it was great. i actually missed another flight so i came over here. the gate agent was really helpful. >> pretty seamless. we checked in online. they sent us e-mails, communication has been pretty good. >> reporter: now, american airlines says they're taking a gradual approach to this. there's 20% more staff at the airport. they've tested the system with 35 million mock reservations. but experts tell people print out your reservation and your boarding pass, come here a little bit earlier at least in the next few dates and weeks if you're planning on taking american airlines flights,
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julie. >> what are experts saying about the effect this merger will have on the airline industry, bryan? >> reporter: well, after this merger there are now just four major u.s. airlines in this country. that's the lowest number since at least 1978 when the airline industry was delightregulated. the concern is higher ticket prices, more luggage charges and less quality service. this merger was initially posed by the justice department they were concerned lower competition would hurt all of us. the justice department gave the okay after american said it would work to foster competition in smaller cities. passengers though shouldn't be too concerned about the merger they say. >> there's nothing worse than an airline bankruptcy. so these mergers that have happened may have resulted in slightly higher fares but they are protecting passengers in the sense that there'll be no more bankruptcies in the airline industry. >> reporter: bankruptcies are
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bad no doubt. but we'll see what this does to the quality of service, julie. >> yeah. we shall see. laguardia airport live, bryan, thank you very much. hundreds of people forced to leave their cars behind amid flash floods and crazy mudslides. and it's going to take quite awhile to dig the cars up. we'll have the latest straight ahead. plus a couple of tourists find themselves in too deep during what seemed to be a harmless bird watching trip. you are not going to believe who came to their rescue and how he did it. a rescue caught on camera. this is must-see tv. and relief for refugees. how some organizations here in the united states are helping those escaping war-torn countries start over in america. ♪ ♪ it's the final countdown! ♪
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about 4,000 refugees from around the world relocate to arizona each year. abdullah arrived seven months ago after escaping isis terror in iraq. >> i want to make a good future for me. i want to study, i want to be a nurse in the future or a doctor. >> reporter: he's taking ged classes at a tutoring sent tore make that dream a reality. star volunteers at that center. she was born in a refugee camp in nepal. >> i had like no one from my country to whom i could speak my language. i was all alone, confused and nervous. >> reporter: volunteers work to make sure migrants don't feel isolated. >> they bring them to their apartment which we've set up for them. they enroll the children in schools. we have an on-site clinical therapist. >> reporter: star is now a student at the university offer arizona. she hopes other refugees can find a similar future. >> i know how it feels. i wish they get to come here and
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then get the same opportunities that i'm getting. >> i'm learning english. i have a dream, future. day after day i feel better. >> reporter: volunteers say their goal is to assist these refugees from the minute they enter the country to the moment they become u.s. citizens. julie? >> so is arizona expecting an increase in the number of refugees in the coming years, then? >> reporter: that's right. arizona usually takes between 4 to 5% of the 70,000 refugees brought into the country each year. but the state department will increase that number next year to 85,000. then again in 2017 to 100,000 refugees. julie? >> aalea, thank you very much. turkish officials are questioning 13 people one week after a pair of suicide bombings went off during a peace protest. investigators reportedly have important clues and information about the perpetrators, but no one group is being named responsible. now the families of those killed
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are begging for answers. it is our top story as we go around the world in 80 seconds. >> turkey, hundreds gather in the country's capital to remember the 102 victims of the blast. mourners carried signs reading "we won't make you forget" and pictures of the victims. a moment of silence marked the exact times the bombs exploded. thailand, a construction worker to the rescue after a pair of near week norwegian bird watchers find themselves sinking fast. they were take pictures along the river when they realized the mud was less firm that's than they thought. the worker was unable to pull them out so he laid down in the mud letting them use his body to pull themselves up. india the u.s.s. roosevelt teaming up with india and japan's navys for joint exercises in the bay of bengal.
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>> we share a great deal in common. any opportunity to come out and inner operate and work with their navys is a huge benefit to us. >> the goal is to maintain regional maritime security and free commerce in the region. and china. four acrobats perform a breath-taking show. the american aerial ballet troupe uses ropes suspended from a high-rise to pull off the routines over the heads of awe-struck spectatorers blow. that's a wrap on this fast trip around the world in 80 seconds. right now a major cleanup effort under way in southern california. crews working to free cars from mountains of debris and dirt after a torrential rain absolutely pounded northern los angeles. the storm spark major mudslides that shut down nearly 40 miles of one of the state's major highways, leaving hundreds of drivers stranded. >> i didn't think that it would be that deep. and i get out and i walk.
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and when i walk i fall. and so the mud, the water was too intense, so i just turned around and went back and got my dog, sat in the car with my dog. >> officials calling all this a possible preview of el nino. joining me now senior meteorologist janice dean. el nino always seems to creep back up into our lives. >> every couple of years we have to watch out. they're saying this el nino actually could be one of the most powerful on record. and what that means is more of the same type of events that we've seen in los angeles and southern california. let's take a look at the map. this isn't because of el nino but it is a preview of what is to come in the next coming months. so a slow-moving low pressure center, we had incredible amounts of rain. a very short period of time. i think i saw three inches in the mountains of southern california. so that's going to cause massive problems, flooding, mudslides, debris flows. and that's the radar estimated precipitation. and people have to realize this is a desert.
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the ground can't take the water like you would typically see in other areas of the country. the forecast you're still going to see the low move eastward. the southwest will see potential for flooding over the next couple of days. we still have flood advisories for parts of california even though the rain is over into nevada and parts of arizona. el nino you'll be hearing more of this. the warming of the temperatures along the equator. lots of rainfall across southern california, the four corners and the southern plains. this is what we just found out from noaa. this is their december-february outlook for the winter months. and look at that. above average rainfall for parts of southern california. >> these are actually live pictures that they're giving us courtesy kttv. >> this is the type of situation, julie, that people have to prepare themselves for. because you've got all of the
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soil that is built up in these channels here. and then rain comes. you've got 1, 1 1/2 inch of fast-moving rain that. causes the debris flows or the mudslides in these channels that have been filled with soil and dirt from the wildfire season. so people have to prepare for the worst. this could be a really terrible winter in terms of massive amounts of flooding, mudslides, that kind of thing. ultimately a good news story because we need the rainfall. but too much is going to cause problems. >> i was going to say. just about a month ago we were talking about how california is so desperately needs moisture. and now they've got this. it's like they can't catch a break. >> epic drought and now we could see one of the worst rainfall seasons on record. we'll have to see. >> wow. all right. janice dean, thank you very much. >> as always. calling it a changing of the guard. an emerging demographic pushing aside baby boomers as the number one voting group for 2016. so what does that mean for the
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taking jardiance with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you have any medical conditions. jardiance is free for one year for eligible patients. so talk to your doctor, and for details, visit lamar odom showing new signs of improvement today. the former nba player and reality tv star now responding to doctors and breathing completely on his own. according to the gossip site tmz. odom had been on life support after collapsing at a brothel in nevada. police say odom had drugs in his system, including cocaine, and an herbal supplement that the fda considers very dangerous. his estranged wife, reality star khloe' kardashian, is reportedly making medical decisions on his be half.
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but we are told odom's family says he is not out of the woods yet as some of his organs still are not responding. fox news is america's elections headquarters. for the first time of the number of millennials eligible to vote will outweigh the number of baby boomers. earning their support could be the golden ticket to the white house come 2016. with that in mind, presidential candidates on both sides are working hard to understand what this group of voters, ages 18 to 29, is looking for in their next commander in chief. molly line has more. >> reporter: in 2010, danny valaga and her mother launch add baking business from their kitchen. today wicked good cupcakes in massachusetts is a rising success. they ship nation-wide. and the state of the nation matters to this young entrepreneur. >> being in a small business, i
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want the next candidate to help all the small businesses out there that are struggling or who are not struggling. >> reporter: millennials, those who came of age near the turn of the century and beyond, make up the single largest generation in american history. and they are a powerful voting bloc. in 2008, the youth vote helped secure the white house for then senator barack obama. but -- >> the younger members of this generation, those who came of age a little bit later, remember not the movement of the obama campaign in electing the first african-american president. instead they remember 2009-2010 when we had gridlock and recession and we saw their friends, family and neighbors losing things, losing jobs, losing houses, a very different angle of which they came of age politically. >> reporter: with the new election cycle under way, john delavope, director of polling at harvard university's institute of politics, believes the youth vote is up for grabs. but both parties may struggle to earn the trust of millennials.
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allison perez is a junior at harvard and believes the economy, foreign policy and health care are all important issues. >> gridlock in a lot of different factors in washington that have really made me think that i'm not really sure what party that i believe in. >> reporter: drew weber, vice president of nyu's college democrats, questions the priorities of politicians. >> are they representing large corporations? representing billionaires? are they representing who's going to cut them the next check? or do they really care about the needs of people and what they need to get ahead in this country? >> i'm hoping that a lot of my generation will stand up, make the smart decision and vote for someone who's going to help us out. >> reporter: in 2012, 18 to 29-year-olds gave president obama 60% of their vote. but delavope says research shows younger millennials are slightly more conservative than their older counterparts, a bit less willing to trust the status quo. he believes the time is ripe for
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both parties to reconnect with younger voters. in newtown, massachusetts, molly line, fox news. a community rallies around a high school football coach gathering donations for him and his family after he donated a kidney to save his daughter's life. but there's just one problem. he never actually received the donations. it's our top story as we go across america. >> ohio. well wishers dropping off canned goods and gifts meant for an organ donor at the wrong house. and the person who got them refused to give them up. the coach says his family could have used the help. >> we're still financially trying to get back on our feet. just hope that the proceeds help whoever they got to. >> school officials tried to get cops involved. the rocksford police chief says no crime was committed because the goods were given away. the coach says the unintended
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recipient kept what he needed and gave the rest to other neighbors and a local daycare center. florida. this man says he's lucky to be alive after an 8-foot alligator took a bite out of his hand. he says he was repairing water pipes at his mother' home when he and the gator came face-to-face. the man's mother says she witnessed the whole thing. >> it was level with the wall. all of a sudden it came from there to there and jumped straight up. i was thinking, oh, my god. it's got my son. >> wildlife officials say somebody had been feeding this alligator and it had no fear of humans. and west virginia. base jumpers from around the world gathering in fayetteville for the annual bridge day festival. it's the one day it's legal to jump from the 876-foot-high new river gorge bridge. folks involved say it's about living life without fear. >> to be able to base jump is living life in the moment.
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>> if i can do this i can do pretty much anything. >> and that's a fox watch for fox america. a gridiron tradition dating back to 1890. how west point is celebrating 125 years of army football. plus would you scoot to commute? the new portable vehicle that could have you riding to the office in style. this is my body of proof. proof of less joint pain. and clearer skin. this is my body of proof that i can fight psoriatic arthritis from the inside out ...with humira. humira works by targeting and helping to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to both joint and skin symptoms. it's proven to help relieve pain, stop further joint damage and clear skin in many adults. doctors have been prescribing
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. a milestone army west point athletics. the army celebrating 125 years< of football.
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those celebrations today's homecoming game. army west point winning thanks to a late touchdown, the 125 celebrations will continue throughout the season. and it could be a game-changer for commuters. a new foldable scooter to get you to and from the office without breaking a sweat but would you use one? douglas kennedy has the story. >> reporter: ed sullivan lives in pleasantville, new york, a town serviced by one of the greatest rail systems ever built. unfortunately, when you live a little outside of town you have to walk over a while to get to the train. >> it is a little over a mile, hilly, i'm always sweating when i get to the train. >>hhñ: it's a process he repeat when he gets off the train and has to walk a mile in manhattan. and sullivan is not alone. millions of people live over a
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mile from any public transportation making traveling to and from work a hassle. or very expensive. precisely the reason grant delgati has high hopes for his new invention. >> so this is an electric bike that is specifically designed to take commuters to last mile to either home or work. >> that is exactly right, so we found a trend that people are taking public transportation to get into the downtown area and they need a way to get around once they're there. >> this weighs 30 pounds and can travel as fast as 15 miles an hour. it can also go up to 20 miles on a single four-hour charge. >> the advance lithium battery technology is now leading the way in a super quiet, super-light electric bike revolution like the city commuter from pedigo. >> so it can be easily folded and carried to the next location. >> exactly, so now in this
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position i can fold it up and away i go. it's just like a piece of luggage. >> a great fit for sullivan who likes the exercise of walking but looks forward to the convenience of riding. but why walk when you can ride? >> yeah, it sounds perfect not only for here but in the city, over a mile here, half a mile in the city, so i can take it with me and use it for both sides of the commute i can save time. >> a perfect ride for any short trip. in california, douglas kennedy, fox news. >> so earlier we asked you if youa3/ one-on-one with donald trump, what would you ask him? michael martini tweets, where does donald trump make the much-needed spending cuts? one other wrote what will his first acts be, and what would be their timeline? i sure had a lot on my mind when i got out of the hospital after a dvt blood clot.
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plus had less major bleeding. both made switching to eliquis right for me. ask your doctor if it's right for you. . a young bald eagle taking flight again thanks to kindhearted workers in virginia. they say they found her in really bad shape after a storm knocked her out of her nest. but these good samaritans nursed her back to health over the course of four months before finally coming together for a bitt bittersweet good-bye. >> it started in my basement, and here i am relmdo%9 eagle.
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i'm choking up. this is what it is all about. >> the workers also attached a transmitter to the eagle so they can make sure she stays safe in the wild. well, you can watch -- republican presidential frontrunner donald trump when he joins chris wallace tomorrow, it will be a blockbuster show. check out the answers, one said if bush is responsible for 9/11 should we hold fdr responsible for the attack on pearl harbor? one says, will you use trump air or air force one? one says what steps will you bring
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good morning, everyone. it's sunday, october 18th. i'm juliette in for anna kooiman. thousands run for their lives when gunfire explodes at a zombie convention. >> oh, my gosh! >> the terrifying aftermath captured on camera. the breaking details coming in. death threats against donald trump and ben carson. a new report says the fbi has fielded mutt imthreats against their lives and now the secret service is being called in to protect those presidential candidates. the disturbing details straight ahead. and live from new york, it's the democratic debate.


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