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>> even making noises. he's dressed in the chewbacca costume arrested for violating campaign laws. there's no costumes allowed on polling days. chew i was throwing support behind darth vader. >> it's not a joke. "fox and friends" starts now. bye. good evening to you. today is tuesday, october 27th. i am elisabeth hasselbeck. the white house just upped the stakes on the war on cops. >> with the available evidence at this point does not support the notion that law enforcement officers around the country are shying away from fulfilling their responsibilities. >> this morning, the police pushback and so do the stats. meanwhile, in politics, a brand new poll crowning a a new leader in the republican race for president in iowa. is ben carson the official
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front-runner heading into wednesday night's debate? he is in iowa, but what about the rest of the country? a closer look at the polls and how they really work. speaking of donald trump, he got a really big endorsement. huge. >> you think that he's going to be -- >> he should be president of the united states. that's what he should be. he should be president of the united states. why are people mad at the people. >> mike tyson made so much sense in that interview, we're going to bring you highlights. why iron mike is in trump's corner for the first time. very interesting. mornings are better with friends. should we whisper? she better get up. she has headlines in 90 seconds. tell me that's not your
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nightmare. you're sleeping and we talk to you. that's every nightmare for an anchor. >> you have time to stretch and get out of bed for headlines in a minute. we'll teach you how to decorate your room to help you sleep. >> sleep week here. >> our friends at sleepy's, thank them for the bed. world series debuting right here. the royals versus the mets. we'll be talking food. >> east versus the midwest. royals against new york. kansas city close to where steve lives. i was almost born in queens. >> we're talking about food. kansas city food as you can see there. ribs versus new york city pizza. >> what's better? >> i wish we had smell-a-vision. i love pizza. everybody loves to smell ribs in the morning. >> the chefs aren't looking at each other. i'm right here. we've got a game. >> this is no ordinary day.
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this is the birth of the world series and they're focused on their city's food. i see why. >> go royals. >> carried by fox by the way. >> two minutes after the hour. we have lot to discuss. >> a new leader of the pack for republican. that leader is bep carsonment he's topping a new poland donald trump is not happy as the third debate is around the corner. we have the latest on this. gorge, kristen. ben carson topping the charts. >> donald trump doesn't like losing. he's losing to ben carson in iowa. trump still ahead in new hampshire and south carolina, but in iowa, the latest poll from monmouth university gives carson a 14-point lead over trump 32-18. ted cruz and marco rubio tied at 10%. jeb bush at 8. he spent yesterday rallying donors at a reteet in texas
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which trump made fun of saying he was running to his family for help. now he's taking heat for comments he made. he took credit for ford moving jobs from mexico back to ohio. listen. >> took a ford plant. i've been tough on the ford. you've heard me talking about ford. i heard last night that ford is moving back to the united states. they may not do that here. i get credit for that. i should get credit for that. can you imagine -- >> in a statement, ford says not true. they made that decision long before trump ever announced he was running for president. tomorrow's debate is on cnbc, it's all about the economy, jobs. trump's comments about ford will almost certainly come up. keep in mind that trump is actively feuding with ben carson, marco rubio, jeb bush and now john kasich. this could be the most heated debate we've seen. >> a lot on the line for a lot of people. a lot of people will come out
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swinging including, i imagine, chris christie. >> got to do something. from politics now, let's talk about the safety of your neighborhood. we've got some statistics this morning, crime statistics that show there is a crime wave going on across much of this country. take a look at the murder rate -- >> tidal wave. >> some of the biggest cities. in baltimore, the murder rate is up 52% over the same period last year. st. louis, close to 52% as well. washington, d.c., 45%. chicago almost 20. here in new york city, a little under 10%. what is going on? many people blame the fact that police are hesitant to get out of their cars because of the ferguson effect. >> you could be a youtube moment. everyone has their phone. >> suddenly they're taking a picture of you. >> the statistics aren't lying. these are individuals being
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killed every single day. in chicago, the president is supposed to be there today. shootings are up 18% versus the same time last year. murders are up nearly 20% versus the same time period last year. what happened? james coleman, the director of the fbi, was called in and said, you know what, i need to see what's going on with the uptick of murders. why is this increasing right now? he went to do that, but the white house didn't like what he found. >> our officers answering 911 calls but avoiding the informal contact that keeps bad guys from standing around, especially with guns. i spoke to officers privately in one big city precinct who described being surrounded by young people with mobile phones held high taunting them when they get out of their cars. they said to me, we feel under siege and we don't feel much like getting out of our cars. >> i don't know if director comb i communicated those views to the president directly. i will say that the available
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evidence at this point does not support the notion that law enforcement officers around the country are shying away from fulfilling their responsibilities. >> yeah, he does. this guy with josh ernest has to do, the white house has to do. >> he's a spinner. >> they have to talk to the average states policeman, not the secret service that guards them on a daily basis, not just black lives matter summits but go to the people who do this for a living abdomen want to go home to their families at the end of the day. a liberal mayor in new york, they have one thing in common along with ray kelly. they know the climate has changed and the everyday cop, they feel underappreciated and under siege. here's the former commissioner from new york. >> police officers are hesitating. they're not engaging in the way they engaged two decades, quite frankly. police are backing off now. anybody who denies that, i think, is not facing reality.
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>> the obama administration is currently launching 20 investigations across the country right now. some of those need to be looked into. police, you're hearing it going to the source, are concerned. they feel they can't get out of their cars. one thing that director comey said that was concerning of note. communities in color especially, young men are dying at a rate that dwarves. he's getting in to try to keep young men of color alive and the white house wants to be in denial. >> it does seem, when you look at the statistics, it started with ferguson. that's where the whole black lives matter sprung from. keep in mind, ferguson was based on that hands up, don't shoot thing which didn't really happen. michael brown, as we know now, strong arm robbed a convenience store and then resisted arrest and then tried to grab a gun from a guy in a car. unfortunately, wound up dead. >> right. it is one of the hot topics in the country because it affects
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everyone in the country. heather nauert has been shaken out of bed. now she's going to tell us what else is happening. >> that lovely on-camera wake up. good morning everyone. let's start out right now washington, d.c. house republicans reached a budget deal to help avert a government shutdown. it's a two-year agreement that enforces spending for the military and ensures that retirees on medicare will not face a premium increase. members are expected to vote on that plan tomorrow before paul ryan is set to be elected speaker on thursday. a dangerous career criminal wanted for opening fire on a police officer is now added to the ten most wanted list in tennessee. floyd ray cook, you can see him right there. he's on the run. the injured officer -- during a routine traffic stop. he then crossed across state lines into kentucky where he got into a shootout with state police before taking off. schools near that search area
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are set to reopen later this morning. president obama top security advisers pushing to add u.s. troops to the frontlines in iraq and syria, although the commander in chief promised no boots on the ground, the pentagon believes that a bolstered military campaign against isis would be far more effective than the current one and one way to do that, aligning with iraqi troops who are actively fighting against that terror group. donald trump has a new fighter in his corn he were. >> should be president of the united states. let's try something new. let's run america like a business. no colors matter. whoever can do the job, gets the job. >> there you go. boxing lesson. mike tyson giving his endorsement to trump. he doesn't believe he feels negatively about latinos. he did, however, say that some of trump's comments have been crude. those are your headlines. >> he'll grow into the job. is that nice? >> donald trump was patient with him.
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he was. >> went for kindness. >> absolutely. >> heather, thanks. >> you'd be very impressed with how up to date he is on what's going on. >> he was on huffington post live. meanwhile, yesterday we brought you images of the marine corps marathon run every year in washington, d.c. one much our friends ran it. there she is there. that is mary katherine ham. she's pregnant with her second child that she is having with jake brewer, her husband. of course, you know the story. he lost control when he was in a cancer charity bike race in the state of maryland not long ago. she's a conservative. she made her first appearance last night with greta. here she is remembering her husband. >> i think when i first met him, for both of us there were some reservations because of the bipartisan nature of that relationship. i think with the reason we were together is because we believe that people are more than just
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their politics. they are more than just their ideologies. it is an impossibly irreparably sad thing that happened to us. but i am not that kind of person. my children will not be and our family will not be. because he would want us to live bravely and he would want us to have fun and i will probably always think that the world is a little bit less fun and beautiful because he's not here. but he would say it's my job to get off my butt and make it fun and beautiful. >> the president had some very kind words for him. evidently, extremely talented guy and tragically he lost his life. >> pregnant right now. >> i think -- i'm so overwhelmed by the modern and just unbelievable resilience and fortitude in mary katherine hamm. i love what she said. i think women in her situation, as unique as it may be, will
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find a voice in her right now. and she has our continued prayers and support here from our family and yours at home. we know that. >> indeed. by the way, guy benson set up a go fund me education page for their children. it stands at $428,000 right now. >> she walked in that marine corps marathon because during their first year of marriage she and jake ran it together. she said it was every step was a step moving forward. >> god bless them both. coming up, if you get confused by all of the polls out regarding the presidency, apparently you're not alone. >> i love iowa. i honestly think those polls are wrong. >> but are they really wrong? how much do we know about particular ones. are certain ones more right? vp behind fox news public opinion research breaks it all down coming up next. first the nfl and now the nba. the new fight from cheerleaders to get more money coming your way.
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wrong. >> trump up in arms after losing his lead in recent iowa polls. a couple of them to dr. ben carson. he's not the only one confused. why are some polls so different and what do they really mean? dana blanton, the vice president of public opinion research here at fox news joins us live. there are two polls show two different people leading. first up, the monmouth poll that everybody is talking about. ben carson is leading 32-18 over donald trump. then an abc news "washington post" poll that recently came out and the 32 that ben carson had in the previous poll, donald trump has there and ben carson is behind by the same margin. >> right. >> how can two polls wind up with results so different? >> right. there are lots of things to think about when you're comparing poelts and when you're looking at why they show different answers. so here, they're both talking to voters, right? except one is a national poll.
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the abc news "washington post" paul is a national poll. it shows donald trump at the top and that's what we've been seeing all along. for the last couple of months. in iowa, that's a different story. ben carson. what's similar, though, is talking to voters an the outsiders are both at the top, right? >> how does it work? you're sitting at home about dinnertime. how does the fox news poll work. is it a computer, a person? >> right. our poll is -- we do use live interviewers, we're calling both land lines and cell phones. it's really important that people -- >> how do they get the cell phone number. >> we do a random sample. the computer picks the number. that allows everyone an equal chance of being called, right? that's what we're doing. we're trying to make sure that the random sampling and -- so
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that's what we're going to do. we're going to emphasize the cell phones because so many people don't have a land line anymore or if they do, they're relying more on their cell phone. so that's how we do it. >> what do you make of people who say, you know, we're a year out from the election and so a lot changes. in iowa, santorum won a squeaker last time and before that huckabee won. what do you make of people who say i don't know how much stock to put in the polls. >> the polls have been accurate. what you want to remember each poll is how people feel at that time. right? so you need to think about when the poll was conducted. it's not intended it be a prediction or some sort of crystal ball. you know, we have about 100 days before the first people vote. a lot is going to happen. >> absolutely. >> we're going to -- campaigns will spend a lot of money. >> people need to pay attention to the polls because you say they're absolutely right.
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check out the fox news poll at fox news.com/polls. on twitter at fox news polls. dana blanton, thank you very much. >> thank you. a mother/daughter duo helping american heroes one mile at a time. they're next. the only way to get better is to challenge yourself,
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police shot him with a nonlethal bean bag round and put him in cuffs. he was then taken into police custody after trying to use a bomb threat to rob a bank. brian? helping our heroes is the goal of one mother/daughter team. leah gabriel was there as they finished their journey. leah, of course, you like this outdoor thing, with military background. >> they make the transition from civilian life, it is a long journey. di it six years ago. that's the feeling that one veteran and her daughter were hoping to channel as they made a long ride home. they did did it all for a very special cause. take a look. >> traveling 10,000 miles in only 100 days is no picnic. especially when you're on a
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motorcycle. >> i crashed my bike and hurt my the gravel road, rain, hail, mud. >> but when you have a mission on the mind, the journey becomes easier. for this mother/daughter team, that mission is riding across the country to raise money and awareness for combat veterans. >> our days are nothing compared to theirs. >> how tough it can be for military men and women. lori recently retired from the air national guard after 29 years of service and 11 deployments. >> we named it the long ride home because we wanted to capture the journey of the veterans from deployment to, again, coming home kind of reiterating and adapting back to civilian life. it's a long journey for them. >> in some ways, it's kind of a long ride home for you too. coming home from your service. >> lori and her daughter began their journey in tem i, arizona. >> headed, utah, nevada, up the
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west coast. then took the ferry to alaska, to the canadian rockies, back into the u.s. >> we got to ride through chicago. >> shoot over to new york. >> the jersey shore. >> down to virginia. >> sounds the ride of a lifetime. >> it has been. >> a long way, a special stop in new york city at the place where on 9/11 everything changed in an instant. >> this is where it all started. being here kind of represents that and how people remember that we need to bring these veterans home. >> before they can head home, this vet and her daughter had one more stop to make. the place that inspired the journey and where all their funds will go. boulder crest retreat. >> the only requirement is that veterans have to be combat veterans. >> over 1400 veterans and their families stayed at the retreat since ken falk and his wife opened it two years ago. >> beautiful. >> they stay in five-star cabins all handicapped accessible. >> wee leave the cabins open for
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boulder crest retreat, go to "fox and friends".com. ken and his wife, that was actually their retirement property that they donated. ken's a veteran. he wanted to do this for combat veterans. it's a place they can go and relax. >> you need money to maintain that place, to keep it going. to rotate the people through. >> that's right. this will support that as well. but again, ken and his wife, this was their retirement and they basically gave it to combat veterans. >> bould he's crest in the state of -- >> virginia. >> very good. >> good point. >> thank you very much, lea. >> started on memorial day. >> wow. >> long time ago. >> meanwhile, 6:30. coming up after a rough summer, the mainstream media got their wish. >> why is this woman smiling? what a week. >> oh, yeah. >> what a week. more on the media's unwavering love for hillary coming up.
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the battle between the royals and the mets kicks off tonight as the world series gets started. but there's another rivalry. it's big. it's between brian and steve. who has the better hometown food, you ask? is it the pizza or the ribs? the new york giants, kiki barber joins us. >> you know it's going -- >> ribs. >> i see you kiki. more "stay" per roll. more "sit" per roll. more "who's training who" per roll. bounty is two times more absorbent. so one roll of bounty can last longer than those bargain brands.
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campaign. >> it's been a very good ten days. >> how have the last ten days been? >> i think the nation should be applauded. >> ten days. important to remember, though, the best ten days of her campaign. >> we've had a good ten days. >> what's the difference? ten days. >> it's been a momentous ten days for hillary clinton. >> ten days. >> ten days. >> she can put an exclamation on the ten days. if she owns it tomorrow. >> what a week for hillary clinton. why is this woman smiling? what a week. really the last ten days. >> why is it all those people at the clinton news network -- i mean cnn and msnbc. >> when she was at the debate, compared to bernie sande she seemed presidential they all said. during the benghazi hearing, unlike the last time when she threw that fit thing or had that sound bite -- >> what difference does it make. >> they want to make sure she
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didn't have anything like that. as long as she was sedate in nature, she would get a pass. joe biden said i'm not going to do it. it was a hat trick for her. >> a couple of things out of her control. people dropping out. nothing to do with her. number two, you saw the field she was running against. bernie sanders is to the left -- >> martin o'malley is a good guitar player. >> and has a good build they say. >> really? >> and the benghazi hearing, if you look at some of the things, she's got problems. >> she admitted there's a cover-up at the highest level of the federal government. to me that's a little disturbing. i'm surprised no one else is upset about it. >> being accused of lying about your e-mail and your server on top of that -- >> how do you tell the woman who just lost her son a bald faced lie? >> we're about to visit with an old friend and learn about a new
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rivalry. heather nauert, what's new for you? >> good morning everyone. caught on camera, some disturbing video. there's a school resource officer down in south carolina slamming a high school student to the ground. take a look at this. this happened in columbia. >> video like we've seen earlier today, it certainly alarms you and makes you a little bit afraid of what is happening within our schools. >> well, that officer is now on leave as the school investigates. we'll have a look at that. this happened after a teacher repeatedly asked the student to leave the classroom. that's when they called in that officer, deputy ben fields. he slammed that student to the ground. he's been accused of misconduct in the past for excessive force and battery. a desperate search under way in the state of wisconsin. an army veteran vanishes without a trace. he's one of several americans who traveled to syria earlier this year on his own to fight isis. now his family fears he may have been targeted at home. last week he told his wife he
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was leaving on a veterans retreat. she later discovered there was no retreat at all. >> nobody, nobody has perished. his friends, family, people he has been in syria with. nobody hassed heard from him. >> officials say that he has a history of ptsd and has not been taking his medication. a tennessee high school football player fighting for his life this morning after sustaining a serious head injury during a game on friday night. baylor bram bell is in critical condition after undergoing emergency surgery. also this weekend, an illinois teenager died after a hit to the head. the seventh player who died this year. the american academy of pediatrics call for illegal head hits and urging more teams to have athletic trainers on hand. $3 an hour or less than half the required minimum wage in some places. that's how little nba and nfl cheerleaders claim they're making. as the new nba season gears up,
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cheerleaders are backing a former milwaukee buc's dancer's lawsuit. she said it was a full-time job with part-time pay. beauty regimens, sheer time commitments weren't fairly compensated for those ladies. those are your headlines. i'll see you back here in a bit. all right. thank you very much. >> oh, my. brian's new york mets and steve's kansas city royals ready to square off in tonight's game, one of the world series. it's time to step up to the plate and decide which culinary specialty is best. is it new york pizza or kansas city-style ribs? >> there's no contest. it's ribs. >> to help us out which is best, former nfl running back kiki barer. how are you? >> i'm fantastic. >> i needed some help. >> authentic, by the way, dude? >> are you a royals fan? >> i'm from kansas city. >> absolutely. >> what the heck is that?
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>> hold on. >> whoa, whoa. >> let's keep this moving. >> what is the matchup? >> introduce us to john here. >> tell me, john, the big news is that you are not only bringing pizza to us, this is the first pizzeria in the history of new york. >> this is the first pizza in america. this is where everything started throughout the country. it started on spring street. >> this signifies what new york is about? >> exactly. and to prove my point, i don't know what they're going to do -- anybody for the whole series, anybody that comes to lombardi's with a hat, mets hat and a mets shirt gets the first pie half price. >> what about that move? >> come out swipging. >> our car bow load. >> you're supposed to decide who wins. don't say i'll do that.
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>> politics is biased. >> let me answer this. josh bowen with john brown steakhouse in queens new york. now, this has to be tough for you, josh. you're a kansas city joint in the middle of new york. >> the middle of queens. >> you should hold this all the time, shouldn't you? >> that's all right. so we've got ribs, kansas city ribs. >> correct. >> pork ribs. they're beautiful. kiki, you're going to taste a little bit of both. >> which one first? >> take your pick. >> the marathon is this sunday. this is a good pre-run meal. both of you, pizza and ribs. >> yes, they are. >> carbo loads. >> want some sauce? >> huh-uh. >> open up. these are good. >> ain't no -- do you have dental floss. got to get that out of your teeth. >> i'll be ready. >> do we have any sorbet to clean his palate.
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did you notice he had a big bite? he had another bite. >> he had three bites. >> sorbet would be at the new york table. >> coming up on sunday. i'm running it for cc sabathia. >> you had the ribs. now try some of john's. >> you'll love this. >> wait a second. >> this is a pancetta pizza. >> how fancy. >> this is made in a coal oven. >> kiki, what do you think? >> what do you think? >> it's the water in the bread. >> you're sago owe. >> no water in those -- bagel and pizza is good in new york. >> are you going to finish the whole pie? >> i can sway you. >> did you eat it all? >> what's your pick, kiki? >> i'm a new yorker, man. i got to go with pizza.
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>> good company because you run the new york city marathon and sporting some -- >> support the support strip that helps me run. i tore my pcl as a rookie in the nfl. it supports my joints. >> i see these guys wear it and the ladies wearing it all the time. what are they doing? is it a symbol. >> it's supposed to bring a -- support. >> support to your joints on your muscles, reduces fatigue. it's elastic. >> with that, can you win the marathon? >> i can't win, no. i can't run a four-minute mile. i can win my marathon. >> good luck to you. >> thank you, guys. i'd like to talk to whatever genius let's have a new yorker judge this. you want pizza. >> come on. true. >> come on! >> bird dog. >> come on.
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>> there you go. >> by the way, we would love to see pictures where you support either the royals or the mets. >> you want people to send pictures of them showing their passion. >> already have the pictures done. >> i believe that true fans already in their gear today because the world series is happening. >> you can tell. >> gavin takes the all-time leading rusher. who does he like better new york or kansas city? >> fantastic. >> he just wants to eat. he doesn't want to talk. >> he would have been happy eating this whole segment. >> the winner is clear. they're going to eat and i'm going to tell you this. do we choose our own fate you ask or is it just me? how fighting your purpose can change your life next. most people think they can get the best night's sleep in their own bed. it could be your bedroom keeping you up at night. that culprit, the decorating mistakes you are making and how you can fix them straight ahead. >> come on, kiki.
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do you believe in destiny? >> i think fate is behind everything. >> oh, you do? >> fate is behind everything? >> i think so. >> everything is pre-destined, we don't have any choice at all? >> no, i think we make our own decisions but fate send the signs and it determines whether we're happy or not. >> little signal? >> yeah. >> fortunate accidents, lucky discoveries. >> here to help us achieve our destiny with his book, step into your purpose, bishop t.d. jakes joins us. >> pleasure to be back with you. >> here's how appropriate that clip is. you mention columbus in your book. >> right. >> how does columbus work into
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your book? >> what i tried to do is go through different people's lives and point to how they were guided, how they had a purpose. how they didn't do things just for money or fame. they did it because they thought it was right. coretta scott king was one. i wept through different lists of people in my book that i thought were notable and talked about how you can get off track and get distracted by being busy and mistake busy-ness for effectiveness. >> you say using your inner compass to guide you. divinely inspired. you say step into your purpose is your first tip. what do you mean by that? >> if you're going to step into your purpose, a lot of people don't know they have a purpose. they're just busy. they're going through the -- even amongst those of us who believe -- we have a purpose. we don't know what it is. destiny always leaves clues. clues like your passions. what motivates you. what triggers you. like people who are creative when they work with kid and energetic when they work with
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kids and other people are creative when they work with numbers. you should pay attention to your inner voice and your inner passion, your inner energy that enables you to be able to do what you do. >> as i quieted down, you're able to think and come up with that and hear your voice. >> absolutely. >> you also talk about facing fears and criticisms. don't be afraid to get criticism. >> people think there are courageous people and fearful people. you don't separate one from the other. it's in the atmosphere fear that courage comes that defines courage, that you resist the fear and rise above it. >> got to put yourself out there. >> absolutely. >> that takes courage. and it takes grace. explain how those two elements are so important. >> courage is something that comes out of your own spirit. grace is god's permission to do it. >> you can't do anything without god's permission to do it. you can't just will themselves into your job or i want his wife or i want her. that's witchcraft.
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if god didn't give you the grace to go forward, you can't go forward. when it gives you the grace, you will have to have courage to seize that grace. >> okay. >> god gave noah grace but he had to build the ark. >> got to take action. >> good to have you here. thank you. >> step into your purpose. t.d. jakes. i'm sure it will be another best seller. thanks for joining us. >> have a great day, bishop. you have the best socks. >> t.d. is going to take all. a brand new threat against law enforcement and it's already planned for halloween night. your bedroom could be keeping you up all night long. the decorating mistakes you're making and how to fix them, next.
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well, it's sleep week here on "fox & friends." what if we told you the key to a good's night's rest is creating the perfect space for shut eye? and here to show us how it's done is a design expert. >> that's right. and executive creator and director of wayfair, christiane lemieux joins us now to teach us what we're doing wrong decorating our bedrooms. what are some mistakes that we're making? >> i think there are a couple of things that you need to think about when you think about creating the perfect bedroom. it's dak, quiet, cool, and comfortable. >> those will help you get sleep. >> those are the four principles. >> dark, quiet, cool and
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comfortable. >> so dark, exactly. one of the most basic, easiest things you can do, and the most important, is to create a really dark space. so when your room is dark, your brain releases melatonin, which is the sleep hormone. >> get a blackout curtain. >> or to your point, eye mask or -- >> it works. >> a simple hat over her head, whatever works to make a dark environment. then the melatonin will be released and you'll sleep well. >> quiet. >> quiet is really important. quiet especially when you live in new york city is sometimes difficult. so there's a couple of things that you can do. one of those things is the sound machine which will play sounds. >> what is this one? >> this is a noise canceling from sound oasis. >> it sounds like the ocean. >> i'm going to sleep already. >> we have work to do. >> it sounds like the nothing. but it will take away ambient noise. especially when you live in the city, the traffic, especially for your children.
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>> when it comes to children, oftentimes they come in and wake mommy and daddy up, i'm awake! >> one of my favorite things is the digital clock. >> okay. >> so mommy and daddy say to you don't get out of bed until you see 7-0-0. this is really helpful because kids can self-regulate and teach themselves how to stay in bed for an appropriate length of time. >> that does work. >> it does work. and the other thing is -- >> comfort. >> and cool. so you are supposed to be in an environment that is between 65 and 70 degrees. so things like lightweight comforters, i like creating a healthy bed that has a, you know, cover, things like that. >> and it's nice and soothing. not real bright. >> and then it's really important. >> thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. >> people are going to go buy this stuff today. >> sweet dreams. >> that's right. by the way we'd like to thank our friends at sleepies for bringing in the bed today. we're going to step aside as we
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good morning to you. today is tuesday, october 27th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. the white house just upped the stakes in the war on cops. >> it is the available evidence at this point does not support the notion that law enforcement officers around the country are shying away from fulfilling their responsibilities. >> well, this morning the police push back, and so do the stats. all right. we've got a brand-new iowa poll, crowning a brand-new leader in the republican race for president. as of now, ben carson, the man to beat, heading into wednesday night's debate in that caucus state. his brand-new message to voters, that will be straight ahead. and all he wanted to do was ask a couple of questions to some college kids. >> we just ask that you -- >> we have his permission. >> cornell doesn't follow fox
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news? >> absolutely not. >> well, of course not. >> did jesse waters just get kicked off campus for exposing liberal bias? you've got to see this. live from new york, it's "fox & friends." ♪ >> >> there she is, country music star jessie james decker is here. she was back with us last time we saw her was the christmas special. >> that's right. and she was about to have a baby. she did and she just posted something that went viral. we're going to ask her about that. we're so glad she's joining us. we're going to say, who is she rooting for in today's game? >> tonight it's the kansas city royals who won the world series last time, against the new york mets -- >> they lost to the giants -- >> didn't they win last year? year before last. >> game seven, yeah. >> they were in it.
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i was so close. >> this time -- >> so close last time. this time they're going to come through. >> so we asked you if you would send in pictures of you in royals gear and in mets gear. >> oh, my goodness. >> royals crew, as you can see right there, it looks like arrowhead stadium in the background. they are just outside of kauffman stadium in kansas city. >> oh, craig sending us this photo. let's go mets, right from florida. nice mets logo. >> and thennd her kids fire back. those kids are ready for a world championship and they look so -- too bad their hearts are going to break this year. >> that's right. >> the kids for the second year in a row. >> and of course just about a half an hour ago we had this great idea, the producers said let's pit brian against steve with food, and as the judge to see which is better, new york pizza or kansas city ribs, let's have one of the most famous new yorkers in the world tiki barber officiate it. and of course he picked the mets
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food. >> of course he did. he loved the pizza. >> but donald trump in trump tower with the favorite -- >> exactly. i just got to -- >> -- new york. >> i just got a tweet that said can we get some #fairbalance from steve doocy? how about george bret and some kansas city ribs at "fox & friends." we did make a call to george bret. i don't know if he's coming in this week. i actually contacted keith hernandez on your behalf. he's going to be with us on friday. >> right. so we've got keith hernandez on friday. we hope to have during the week, george bret and elisabeth you were still in high school. we had a hall of fame of all the famous people that came to us, we used polaroid cameras. we would take the picture of a polaroid camera and put it on the wall. george bret was our first famous person and we named the hall of fame after him and it did nothing to change his life or anything. >> he was already famous. >> so let's talk about politics. bus george bret is best friends with rush limbaugh, by the way, can i say that? used to work at the royals together. one was a player, one was in sales. and now george bret must be very interested in this monmouth poll. >> that's right.
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brand new polls and what they did was they looked at voters in iowa, republicans who would go to the caucus. and keep in mind, you know, if they weren't going to go to the caucus, they were not polled the way they worked it. as you can see, ben carson leading, as you can see, donald trump, substantially, in this particular poll. >> by 14% >> ted cruz and marco rubio, and jeb bush, then round out the top five. ben carson himself has actually rolled out a brand-new commercial. it was only supposed to be seen in one spot down in south carolina. now it's a little wider. it is called outside the box. and we'd like to show you a little of it a little later on on the program. >> it is significant. i think people before they dig in on this poll, keep in mind another poll came out over the weekend, cbs had them in a dead heat. the other one prior to that on thursday had donald trump trailing by about four percentage points. this is huge. plus the way iowa works with caucuses, you've got to get in
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the same room, convince everyone to go the same way. it's really going to be -- >> when you look at the evangelicals and look at iowa and the move toward ben carson at this point and it is significant and when you look not just comparing ben carson and donald trump but ben carson and jeb bush. he's quadrupling jeb bush in this latest poll coming out of iowa. >> trump does not line up perfectly with what the iowa voter would want. >> absolutely not. in other polls according to the real clear politics poll and they take all the polls and average it, nationally trump is leading over ben carson by six. and in new hampshire, the first actual primary state, donald trump is beating ben carson by 16. all right let's talk about another major story that's happening right now. might be affecting you and currently the main topic at the water cooler and your dinner table. that is what is happening in crime in our country. look at these stats. they do not lie. for those of you who say it's no big deal that these -- this crackdown on the cops and behavior is having a backlash in
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terms of increased crime numbers. baltimore up over 50%. st. louis same thing. washington, d.c. crime up 44.8%. chicago up 19%. even here in new york, which s was -- it was the good news story of the world, this major city, with crime decreasing when they said it was impossible, is now rocketing up for the first time in two decades. up 8.3%. >> when you see homicides, lives taken, murders increasing by 52% in baltimore, and then you look at chicago, and the president's set to be there, by 20%. they have increased right there in shootings are up 18%. versus the same time last year. so when you have this increase in the time period of 365 days, everyone's asking, what is happening? and everyone's asking the director of the fbi to get in there and examine what's going on. and when he does, and what he finds out, is that officers right now are stepping back. they're afraid to engage because 20 places across the united states are being investigated right now by the united states,
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by the white house. they say, hey, we're afraid to do our jobs. and the white house doesn't want to hear it. they have people being murdered at increased rates and josh earnest at the white house wants to just play deaf. >> are officers answering 911 calls but avoiding the informal contact that keeps bad guys from standing around, especially with guns? i spoke to officers privately in one big city precinct. who describe being surrounded by young people with mobile phones held high, taunting them when they get out of their cars. they said to me, we feel under siege and we don't feel much like getting out of our cars. >> i don't know if director comey has communicated those views to the president directly. i will say that the available evidence at this point does not support the notion that law enforcement officers around the country are shying away from fulfilling their responsibilities. >> well, you know what? this is the second time i believe in let me see one week where the white house has
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defended the actions of black lives matter and not the cops. mr. comey, when he did make that address on friday at the university of chicago law school, where outside the law school, as we just saw, the crime statistics are raging, he said why is this happening? well, he said it could be cheaper heroin, guns, turf battles with gangs, and things like that. but what it comes down to is so many people are taunting the police. you know they call the police, they see the police, the police are right there, they turn on their iphones, they wait for them to do something that can go viral. because when something goes viral then that police officer is absolutely toast in many situations. when something bad is happened, and one of the things they worry about is if the cop winds up -- and the police department winds up the object of the department of justice investigation. how do you think that's going to turn out? >> the director, james comey said this in the fbi, in communities of color especially young men are dying at a rate that dwarfs what we've seen in recent history, and why the white house won't hear him on
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what he's saying here. he's trying to actually save lives. >> right. >> they don't want to hear it. >> howard safer, bill bratton and ray kelly all says the climate in our country is affecting crime on the streets. so you can go and say it's political. but the guys who fight crime and do it for a living rose to the top of their profession, who don't run for political office, say you absolutely have to do with what's been going on in the country. >> it's a factor. >> the president of the united states is going to be out in chicago talking to law enforcement later today. will he say something about it? i sure hope so. >> he's got an opportunity. people listen. >> all right. >> heather nauert. >> i've got a story coming up in just a second about a new threat to police officers. the latest on what you're talking about. in the mean time an update right now. a school district in kentucky closing its doors for the second day in a row. as that two-state manhunt for a dangerous career criminal continues this morning. fly ray cook has just been placed on the top ten most wanted list in the state of tennessee.
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for shooting and injuring an officer cary valencia, during a traffic stop over the weekend. he then crossed into the state of kentucky where he got into a shoot-out with state police before he took off on foot. well a potential turf war to tell you about between the u.s. and china is intensifying this morning. the u.s. guided middle destroyer the "uss lassen" conducting a routine patrol within 12 nautical miles of the sprattly islands. china has claimed those islands as its own territory. chinese officials say that the u.s. patrol near those manmade islands was a threat to its sovereignty and security interests. the u.s. says it complied with international law. and this is a story i just mentioned. police, be on alert. there is a new warning out this morning for police departments all across the country. the fbi is saying a poe tngsly dangerous anarchist group, known as the national liberation militia, it was founded by former black panther members, well that group has proposed
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what it calls a halloween revolt. it encouraged supporters to ambush police officers. that group has also asked members to wear halloween masks and use bricks, bottles and firearms to attack our nation's police. well, remember this photo that went viral this summer? two dogs hugging. how cute was that? it ultimately saved their lives. they were about to be put down until that photo became so popular on social media, but these dogs still need a home. >> can't guarantee that they'll be adopted together. but we certainly will try. so we do everything we possibly can to get them adopted as a team. >> okay. so here's the outcome. mission accomplished. kayla and kyra were just adopted together by two women in atlanta. and look at how happy they've made those ladies. those are your headlines. >> a nice finale to that story. >> certainly. >> thank you. all right coming up on this particular tuesday, the video is
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shocking. a school resource officer, oh, my goodness, look at that, body slams a female student from her desk to the ground. what's now happening to that deputy. we've got that straight ahead. >> hard to look at. and the department of justice letting lois lerner off the hook for the irs targeting scandal? could they do the same for hillary clinton? judge napolitano weighing in on that next. he's in our packed green room with some special guests this hour. >> look at that. >> including duck dynasty's willie robertson. >> and law dynasty -- >> right. ♪ ♪ ♪
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jeb bush:believes thatnt, wamerica's leadership and presence in the world is not a force for good. america has led the world and it is a more peaceful world when we're engaged the right way. we do not have to be the world's policeman. we have to be the world's leader. we have to stand for the values of freedom. who's going to take care of the christians that are being eliminated in the middle east? but for the united states, who? who's going to stand up for the dissidents inside of iran that are brutalized each and every day? but for the united states, who? who's going to take care of israel and support them - our greatest ally in the middle east? but for the united states, no one - no one is capable of doing this. the united states has the capability of doing this, and it's in our economic and
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national security interest that we do it. i will be that kind of president and i hope you want that kind of president for our country going forward. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. i've decided to followly counsel's advice and not testify or answer any of the questions today. because i'm asserting my right not to testify i know that some people will assume that i've done something wrong. i have not. >> well, that's what she said. and now the obama administration apparently agrees. it will not prosecute through the department of justice disgraced irs commissioner lois lerner for targeting conservative groups, which she did. but what does that mean for conservatives, and other cases going forward? and what about hillary clinton?
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judge andrew napolitano joins us right now. >> a couple of easy questions. >> no kidding. okay, so for folks who have been in a cave, what did lois lerner do wrong? >> lois lerner defieded how to enforce the law against groups based upon their political ideology, or her perception of their political ideology. >> so did she do it evenly? >> no! she made it very, very difficult for conservative and libertarian and conservative christian groups to get a tax exemption in order to raise tax-free dollars to use to spread their message. a right that every group of every political stripe in the united states has. >> and you know, something like that would help a particular political party in advance of ap election, wouldn't it? >> it certainly would help the democrats. and what she did was to drag her feet so long, in holding up on the approvals, that these groups missed one, and in some cases, two federal election cycles. and the e-mails, the ones that
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the irs didn't destroy, the ones that it found, showed that there was such an antipathy in the federal government to the supreme court's opinion on citizens united, that this was done intentionally, on command from the white house, in order to attempt to neutralize the effect of citizens united. citizens united is the supreme court opinion that says any group that wants to can pool its money together and spend it on political activity. >> so the department of justice is not going to, you know, investigate any further lois lerner. they're that going to prosecute her. is this a political decision? >> it comes at the unfortunate and i'm sorry to use this word but i must, dark intersections of federal law enforcement and national politics, where occasionally, politics trumps law enforcement. because, under the constitution, the president is the chief law enforcement officer of the land. he can choose, through his agents in the justice department, who to prosecute and who not to prosecute.
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>> well, you know, judge, and we've covered the lois lerner thing since the get-go and the worry is probably from the white house, if you prosecute her, we're going to find out about things going between the white house, and the irs, and that would not be helpful to the cause. >> this is the same reason that the bowe bergdahl case is not going to be tried. because when the president's fingerprints are on a criminal prosecution there is no trial because he could be called as a witness. >> so here is the $64 billion question. >> i know what's coming. does it have to do with mrs. clinton? >> yeah. if they're not going to go after lois lerner, are they going to go after hillary clinton with the illegal server? >> i think she's in a different category. i think she is so high profile in her inappropriate behavior is so well known, she's under the scrutiny of the best team that the fbi has. i don't think politics will enter into that. but i honestly believe they will decide whether or not to prosecute her on the basis of the evidence. then it's up to the white house to decide whether the prosecution can be had. >> the chief law enforcement officer for the united states is barack obama.
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and if he has her indicted, the republican wins. >> if the fbi recommends indictment, and the white house says no, you'll see resignations from the fbi, and you'll probably see enough information about mrs. clinton leaked into the media that it will be just as damaging to her political career as if she had been indicted. >> yeah, but then, you know how the mainstream media works, they'll just say she was -- look, you can say that but she was never indicted. >> the mainstream media can say what they want. i think the fbi was intellectually honest on lois lerner and the white house said no. i think the fbi will be intellectually honest on mrs. clinton. who knows what the white house will do. >> okay. we covered a lot of territory. thank you, judge. coming up on he wanted to do was ask a couple of innocent questions. >> we just ask that you go -- >> we have his permission. cornell doesn't have a problem with fox news does it? >> absolutely not. >> of course not. did jesse waters just get kicked off cornell campus for exposing
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we have news by the numbers. the red tail bow were constri constrictor was exploring new territory in the backyard and got stuck slithering up a giant redwood. fire crews had to cut a tree limb to get her down. next 25 tree up. a tree cutter in california being rescued from a palm tree after being stuck there for an hour in a collapsed frond. he was taken to the hospital but is okay. finally, it's game one of the world series tonight. the new york mets take on the
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kansas city royals. you can catch the game at 8:00 on fox by 8:20 the mets will be up by about 4-0. >> thanks, brian. well, can hot dogs and bacon and ham really cause cancer? we told you about the new study from the division of the world health organization. experts claim there that they have suspicious evidence that eating processed meats is quote carcinogenic to humans. putting them in the same class as cigarettes. so how much is too much? joining me now to answer is an internist with more than 25 years of experience, dr. nancy joins us now on the plaza. for many people this is not good news. >> no, not in the morning for your bacon, egg and cheese sandwich. >> let's start with the bacon. >> okay >> first of all, why are these things so bad? why are they in the same category as cigarettes? >> first of all, they're not as bad as smoking. let's stop that right now. the world health organization study says if you have daily bacon, daily bacon, it increases
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your colorectal cancer risk 17%. now smoking increases your cancer risk 2,000%. >> okay. >> so 17% versus 2,000%. if you have to make a choice, stop smoking. >> okay. but let's talk about the daily impact. if you have bacon every day. for bacon lovers, how much bacon can one eat? >> once a week. >> once a week you can have sunday bacon? >> once a week you can have a hot dog. if you're going to the world series, heat your hot dog and enjoy it. just don't have one every day. >> what if you had seven days a hot dog every day and then took a week off? can you do that? >> no, you cannot -- you cannot do that. >> can you tell i like meat? >> even red meat, they're saying now, like the size of the palm of your hand of a fillet once a week. no more -- >> once a week. >> you may have it once a week. the study was saying maybe once a month, maybe once a week. we're saying that the nutrients from the protein, amino acids it's probably okay once a week.
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and it will also increase the public to get colorectal screenings. colonoscopies. colorectal screening at your doctor. it's all good. >> everyone's having a sandwich once a day. a ham sandwich at lunch. is that okay? >> switch to turkey. turkey. chicken for dinner. >> so processed turkey is okay, but not processed -- >> right, because of the way that it's kurated. so turkey, deli turkey is probably still okay. >> is there a difference if you're putting a hot dog on a grill or boiling in hot water? >> they're saying the grill kind of brings out the carcinogenic effect. boiling, even though it doesn't taste nearly as good, it's probably healthier. >> that's how a lot of moms do it during the week for their kids. once a week. better than nothing. >> right. >> dr. nancy, thank you. >> enjoy. good to see you. >> get your hot dogs while you can. they're taking them away. coming up the video is shocking. a school resource officer body slams a female student from her desk right to the ground. what's now happening to that
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last week you guys, joe biden announced that he will not be running for president. he made the announcement with president obama right by his side. and you could tell it was an emotional moment because at one point obama actually gave biden a shoulder rub. like yeah, yeah, i want to get in there. let me get in there. >> jimmy fallon. >> biff me some of that joe.
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>> he opened up explaining another finger injury. >> he tripped at harvard. >> was he holding something? >> he didn't want to land on his bad hand. a girl jumped in front of him and he was unable to make the adjustment. >> did she say she's sorry? >> i'm not sure. but that's why you don't want to go to an ivy league school. it's hard keeping your balance. >> dangerous world. >> 28 minutes before the top of the hour. now there's other news. for that we turn to heather. >> i have news about a school, as well coming up in just a moment. in the mean time, yet another school story about a school. take a look at this. a school resource officer slams a high school student to the ground in columbia, south carolina. watch this. >> when you see a video like what we've seen earlier today it certainly alarms you and makes you a little bit afraid of what is actually happening within our schools. >> well that officer is now on leave as the school investigates. this video is hard to watch.
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it happened after a teacher repeatedly asked the student to leave the classroom. that's when that teacher called in the resource officer, deputy ben fields, who slammed the student to the ground. fields has been accused of misconduct in the past for excessive force and battery. parents in north carolina on edge this morning after their children's school leaves this disturbing message. listen. >> this afternoon, bus 118 was followed by a car whose passengers were taking pictures of our students exiting the bus. >> well, police in davidson county tracked down these people. it turns out they were foreigners who said they had never seen children get on and off a school bus before. some parents, though, saying it is still not okay. >> people can say that they're doing a certain thing but might be doing something else. i would still be very concerned about it. >> police insist nothing criminal was going on. fox news channel's own jesse waters getting kicked out of college, right in the middle of an interview? watch this. >> we just ask that you don't interview students on campus
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>> we have his permission. cornell doesn't have a problem with fox news does it? >> absolutely not. >> would you grant us permission to interview students if they grant us permission to do the interview? >> not on campus property. no. >> okay. well waters went to cornell university to ask students about liberal bias after a report claimed that 96% of professors at that university had donated money to democrats. interesting. well an unintentional ten-minute fireworks display taking place in the netherlands. check this out. wow. imagine if that had been your neighbor. all those fireworks going off inside this home. they went off at once thanks to a massive fire in the house. the home was completely destroyed. three people were injured. crews there aren't sure what started that fire. frightening. let's head over to steve. steve, what you got? >> well, thanks for asking,
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heather. a tennessee woman has become an internet celebrity after sharing her views on leggings. >> ladies, it's pretty much legging weather. i love legging weather. i don't care if you don't like leggings. don't judge me. they are comfortable. some people like to use leggings as britches. and pants-pants. that ain't how they're supposed to be wore. if they're too tight, that i can see you've got a tattoo on your leg, they're too tight. they ain't to be wore, period. that's called pantyhose, honey. >> leggings ain't pants. does she have a point? we have brought in an esteemed panel of fathers right here to see if they would allow their daughters to wear leggings to school. joining us right now we have duck dynasty's willie robertson, round of applause for willie. >> yay! >> fox news legal analyst, arthur iguodala, and andrew sansone is the father of two
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young girls that he happens to be married to our own fox news julie banderas. all right. let's just start by asking general questions about leggings. willie, are you comfortable with the women in your life parading in public in leggings? >> i -- >> because they ain't pants, i heard. >> they ain't pants. you know, but my girls wear like the longer shirts to cover up the lady parts. you know. a combination. but yeah, i think -- yeah, i'm okay with it. >> we basically have a rule in the iguodala household overall, my niece julianna and madison and carly, if it's not worn in the monastery, it's not worn out on the streets. it's very simple. it's easy. >> i'm with you on that. andrew? >> our girls are so young that they have, you know, diapers on, and it's fine. looks kind of cute. >> look into the the few you've. >> well let's talk about that. >> we've got the fathers here.
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we have three young women who are wearing leggings. kaitlyn come on over >> hi, kaitlyn. >> kaitlyn, just stop right there. the guys are looking at kaitlyn right now. >> actually i'm not looking. >> you're wearing leggings, and a hooded sweat shirt. now willie -- you think -- >> i think that's modest. >> you said earlier you would like to see something covering -- >> well it's according to the material. that's kind of a spandex looking thing so that's different. >> in other words it's so so tight that you can see a tattoo. >> they're not that tight. yeah. >> that you can see a tattoo on her leg. >> you don't have tattoos or is that -- >> no, i don't. >> all right. >> thank you very much. >> we will validate your parking. amanda come over here. >> this is what i was talking about. >> something a little longer. >> she can actually go to church like that. i mean -- >> that's monetary wear to you?
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>> well, it's black. it's black. it's more or less covered. there's not much going on. i mean i think she looks very appropriate. >> of the three models we have, i think this particular ensemble exemplifies the woman we just ran in the viral video. she said got to cover your tails. >> oh. cover it up. >> right on the line there. right on the line. >> thank you, amanda. right over there towards keith. thank you very much. and our final contestant is paige. all right. >> paige is wearing purple leggings with a black tank top. it looks like paige just came from pilates. >> no, i did not wake up that early. >> okay. >> we all took nitroglycerin pills before she came on, just to make sure. >> andrew, what do you think about what paige is wearing? lo gym. >> what if she's at the mall.
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>> at the mall -- >> come on. step up. step up. this is your daughter out there, son. >> do i have a lifeline? >> no. >> yes, call arthur. >> obviously her physique, god bless you, you've worked out. you've earned that. there are appropriate places to wear that. but i wouldn't wear that to church on sunday. i wouldn't wear that -- >> i don't want to see you ever wearing anything like that. >> i don't want to see me wearing anything like that. but you know, there's an appropriate time and place, and if you're going to work out, that's what you should be wearing. if you're going tole mall, probably not. right, elisabeth? >> something like that. >> makes mom proud. >> i wear ties, as well. camouflage -- >> what do you think about this? >> i think -- obviously, you throw a t-shirt -- after working out -- >> she needs a little more coverage? >> just a little more coverage. just like -- >> but you're completely comfortable with this, right? >> i am. >> let me just end by saying,
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this applies to boys, too. there's a lot of dress code issues that i see with young men, especially when i'm around the courthouse. where -- they show parts of their body they shouldn't be showing. that whole thing with the pants and the buttocks -- >> kaitlyn and amanda come on back up here. a round of applause -- >> gentlemen. thank you very much. >> we'll be in leggings -- >> i don't think anybody is in too much trouble. >> we're going to talk to willie in the next hour. >> all right. guys thank you very much. >> all right. >> all right. over to you. >> finally we got to the bottom of the leggings scandal. >> i'm pro leggings. >> we're pro-legs. coming up straight ahead, fans thought she was the typical celebrity mom, snapping back to heir slim, prebaby self.
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but now country star jessie james decker is baring it all. >> she's here to tell us why she's in no hurry to shed that baby weight. we can't wait to talk to her and getting a job after college can be easier said than done. degrees that are guaranteed to fast track you to a six figure salary. that is coming up next. this bale of hay cannot be controlled. when a wildfire raged through elkhorn ranch, the sudden loss of pasture became a serious problem for a family business. faced with horses that needed feeding and a texas drought that sent hay prices soaring, the owners had to act fast. thankfully, mary miller banks with chase for business. and with greater financial clarity and a relationship built for the unexpected, she could control her cash flow,
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researchers say interactions between users could be as positive as meeting face-to-face. and people usually worry less about how they look in pictures, because everybody thinks they're going to go away on snapchat. and all these delicious dishes posted on instagram could be actually making you fat. they look great, and a new study from a neuroscience journal finds just looking at these mouthwatering images is linked to body changes that could increase your need to eat, even if you're not hungry. and that's the news, brian. >> all right. 15 minutes before the top of the hour. having a hard time deciding on your degree? wouldn't it be great to know what degree employers are looking for? now you can. actually before you sign up, joining us right now is cheryl casone to tell us about the job you can get with the degree you have. >> if you're going to spend all that money to get a degree in college you've got to make some
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cash when you get out. a lot of people are looking for something that's going to pay long-term. >> you should really think about that freshman, sophomore year, but now that you're getting out you should be thinking about what job you're going to get. you want to be a financial analyst. what background are they looking for? >> these are long hours. these are very long hours. but, with a bachelor's degree in finance, investment bank, insurance companies, mutual funds, all hire financial analysts. and you know, this is a industry that's going to grow by 16% between now and 2020. that's a big percentage. and the salaries are actually really strong. the average salary is 67 grand. average. in the east coast, in california, chicago, you're going to be over six figures. as a kid out of college, you've really got to commit to the program. >> right. but keep in mind, too, you get a lot of incentives with that job. >> right. >> you're an accountant. >> got to love the bean counters. we need you, and we need you to get this degree. you've got to have an accounting major. you're going to be busy in the
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spring. get ready for your life to revolve around tax season as well. you can work for an accounting firm. all the four major firms, i've brought those companies to your guys over and over. they're hiring. benefits are great. they really embrace working moms. they really embrace diversity. and the benefits are very strong. a life as well as working to death in the spring. >> always seems to be a demand for software developers, or engineers. >> if you can write an app, godspeed to you, kids. >> you don't need a job. >> it is amazing what these software app developers are making. especially, again, in california, talking over six figures for these jobs. but you've got to have a bachelor's degree, at least. a lot of these really helps if you have a masters and beyond. >> back to a degree in computer science. and then there's mechanical engineering. what kind of job would that lead to? what kind of degree do you need? >> you design, you test, you supervise. they run machines, think engines, airplane engines,
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things like that. also there's structural engineering which is to build bridges. but the mechanical is really the great degree to have. the jump in the positions available, 5% between now and 2022. and you can earn anywhere between 50, maybe 100k. again to start. that's the big thing here. if you're looking at a career, these are the ones to kind of -- >> you want to be that person, come in and look at a company and give them advice on how to make their company leaner and meaner, but it's tough to do that at 23. you say management consultant. what kind of background do you need for that? >> obviously you're going to need a business degree. it would really help you to get your masters. but you get a lot of travel in a job like this. you get a lot of variety. you're going in to different clients, different places, and it's consulting. so you're saying here's what you can do better. here are my ideas. and believe it or not, even though these are kids we're mostly going to be talking about, 23, 24, 25-year-olds, because of the experience they're getting in their degree, companies really seek after them because they're the freshest minds that are out on the job.
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so it's one of those for millennials, but a lot of these millennials have a very valuable skill. >> and management you say in that job in particular is going to have a growth of 20% over the next few years. >> it's big. and again we're talking potential for kids out of college, six figure salaries. it's amazing. >> and maybe if that would just start in september so you get the summer off. >> that's a great idea. >> sheryl cassini, thanks so much. >> you get. >> next time a thug with a gun robs this guy's restaurant he might not want to -- he might not be the only one carrying. >> i'm not offering a discount for coming in brandishing a gun. if you are a stable, legal carrier, let me know. i'll reward that. >> that restaurant owner joins us next hour. plus fans thought she was the typical celebrity mom, snapping back to her slim, prebaby self. now country superstar jessie james decker is baring it all and keeping the baby fat on. she's here with her very first tv interview since having her second kid. now it's time for some history.
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country star jessie james decker turned a lot of heads when she posted this picture you see right here just one month after giving birth to her son. after comments were pouring in she quickly responded with another pose telling moms everywhere to stop being so hard on themselves. country singer, mom of two, jessie james decker, joins us now to discuss the reality of being a new mom. congratulations. >> thank you. >> eric the second just about two months old, right? >> yes. >> oh, my goodness.
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when the first picture went out, i remember this, people were really criticizing you for looking too slam after you had a baby, because they know better, right? >> yeah. i mean i was either being accused of getting a tummy tuck. i'm like, really, is that even possible? six weeks after having a baby. >> so you decided to go ahead and post this second photo, we're going to put that up next. >> yeah. >> why did you post this one? >> because i wanted to show women, there was a lot of positive comments, too, but i didn't want women to think that this is unrealistic to get so skinny so fast. it was a great angle, a great picture that i took originally. but i want women to know what it really looks like underneath this shirt. i've got my little spanx on to cover up my little mommy pooch. it's normal, it's natural, and women are too hard on themselves. >> celebrity singer and wife of a very successful nfl star people look up to you. whether you like it or not. >> they do. i didn't want to make women feel bad. i'm like we're all in this together. it's hard being a mom. we need to support each other instead of bash each other.
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>> what has the reaction been since the second picture came out? >> it was great. and i think it made women feel like we were in this together. and it made them feel better. again i don't want women to have unrealistic goals. when you have a child you should be focusing on your children and breast-feeding them and getting that amazing, mommy newborn time, instead of working out. >> but being a new mom in age of instagram where there are so many pictures floating around. and people comment on it. oh, i didn't mean that. >> it's insane. but you know what? again, women need to just focus on their children and the mommy time >> why do you want kids to smile? what is it about you wanting kids to smile? >> this is amazing. i'm really excited to be a part of this because i have a new baby and i have a daughter who is 18 months old. she's got about eight teeth now. and i'm just, you know, teaching our children the process, dental hygiene. we brush our teeth together in the morning. brush our teeth at night. and it starts at home. and there's actually studies linked kid who have bad dental
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hygiene are missing school. imagine sitting in class and having a -- >> much more than kids that don't. so you're part of the smile for picture day campaign. >> yes. >> you can go online and can people post their pictures? >> post pictures of your first day of school or a school picture. and it's just a great way to raise awareness. >> tell me about the reality show. >> well, that's over now. we're not doing a reality show anymore. we're just kind of focusing on having a family at home. but i do have a christmas album coming out. with a new single. life down low is my single and then i have a new christmas single coming out called this christmas. >> how much happier this year than last? >> we are having a ball at home. he comes home with a big smile on his face. >> must be happy to have that little boy now. >> jets are kicking but. >> jessie, congratulations. >> thank you! >> happen back into the col grate bright smile bus. >> thank you y'all. >> coming up straight ahead as we continue to smile, ben carson
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good morning to you. it is tuesday, october 27th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. breaking news from the campaign trail. ben carson coming out on top. the doctor number one in a brand-new national poll, a day before the third republican debate. so what does this mean for the field exactly? laura ingraham, she's going to tell us. she's standing by for you. meanwhile the white house just up theed stakes in the war on cops. >> it is the available evidence at this point does not support the notion that law enforcement officers around the country are shying away from fulfilling their responsibilities. >> really? well the police push back, and the numbers tell a completely different story, mr. earnest. >> and this is not a movie.
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it's star wars on earth where we live. what got chewbacca in handcuffs. >> oh, boy. >> and are they big enough to get around his hairy knuckles? mornings are better with friends. ♪ >> that is willie reading his book again, it's out today. it is fantastic. it's a real walk to american history, how it started. our interaction with the american indians, and only willie can tell. >> and the rise of the female hunter. >> that's right. >> that's why i loved the book. >> "american hunter" is the brand-new book. also brand-new pictures in to "fox & friends." since tonight the world series starts in earnest where it is my kansas city royals versus brian's new york mets, we asked you to send in pictures, and says sorry, brian, go royals! >> that is a great picture.
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even though i pay the price for it. chris sends in this picture of his 8-year-old son, go mets. we assume it's his 8-year-old son but he's dressed like mr. met. >> and this team going head-to-head. oh, team versus team. >> meanwhile on facebook, this is unbelievable. >> not really. we asked you which of the two teams you like best. and by a substantial margin, the kansas city royals are kicking your new york mets' butt. >> okay so if you don't like that poll, either way head to our facebook page and vote now. 345ik those numbers shift. >> the ultimate royals fan along with steve is rush limbaugh. >> we're from kansas city. >> laura ingraham joins us from our nation's capital. do you have a favorite in the world series? >> i got to go for the mets. >> thank you. >> got to be mets. i was yankees fan growing up, although i lived outside of hartford. so all the red sox people hated me. as you know kilmeade, bucky den
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and i, that was the era of baseball that i loved. >> those were the heydays. that's where they used to fight and bunch each other and drink too much. >> yeah >> that was the -- >> the manager. >> well it's going to take us to the next week or so, with this game and everyone's going to be probably butting heads. let's talk about another competition. we just got breaking news that dr. ben carson is leading in a new "new york times" poll right here. >> national poll. >> when you look at these numbers, 26% he has compared to donald trump's 22%. you then have marco rubio at 8%. bush coming in at 7%. carly fiorina at 7% there. look at that shift. dr. ben carson taking the lead in a national poll. that's breaking news right now. >> yeah, i think it's important for everybody to note that the establishment's second pick, if jeb doesn't manage to pick up some steam pretty quickly, is marco rubio. but marco rubio is down in
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single digits, and carson is now topping trump by, you know, by four points. the margin of error is six points. so, they're basically tied. >> it's a wash. >> but it's not to be discounted at all. and i think over the last couple of weeks, ben carson has done interviews that i think have -- you know, that have impressed a lot of people. a lot of people were still scratching their heads going, like we like him. but, we're not sure we can see it go all the way. but nevertheless, look, the outsiders are still running the show. the question is, will trump at this next debate keep doing what he's -- what she's been doing that has been successful. meaning go after the establishment, or will he turn his sights on ben carson? which i think is a tricky thing to do. >> would that be wise? would that be wise to turn his aim toward ben carson? >> i wouldn't. i wouldn't. i don't think it's -- it's going to get him anywhere. it's certainly not going to help him in iowa, we don't know if trump's going to ultimately write off iowa or go back in there and really try to make a difference. but trump's strategy is new
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hampshire, south carolina, and get real momentum going into florida, where he believes someone like a ben carson would not be able to really make a huge difference. because of the size of the media market. >> he's winning such a ride margin already in the south carolina poll. but laura, cnbc, this is going to be the cnbc debate, they're going to focus on the economy. you would think this is going to play to fiorina and trump's strength. wouldn't you say? >> absolutely. i think both of them are going to be doing really well in that debate. i thought at the last debate, if we started talking about things like, well, ben bernanke, if he raises the -- if interest rates go up, what does that mean? or if jessica yellen does this, what does it mean? i'm not sure most of the other candidates other than kasich would have great answers. but you know, trump gets this. he understands the way the business world works. fiorina clearly does. carson, that's not in his wheelhouse. that's just not where -- >> so much pressure on kasich. this is time for kasich, because he's got his budget background. he knows how to perform.
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he's done this. he's got the wall street back ground, as well. so he's got to be able to articulate that and send out above a very loud crowd. >> might be his day. >> i think everybody has to remember that the carson appeal isn't just his demeanor. people say oh, he's a nice guy. that's not it. it's not -- that's part of it. but in iowa, it's his social conservatism. the fact that he stands unequivocally for life is very appealing. and they see other candidates kind rf, they're -- you know, they're pro-life. all of them are pro-life. something about ben carson. it's in his dna. >> sure is. >> clearly as a doctor, he seems to have a lot of credibility on that issue. >> consistency for sure. >> there's a brand-new ad, and you were talking about smaller media markets in south carolina, ben carson has put up an ad, it wasn't supposed to run, but it did apparently a couple of times in south carolina, it is a 30-second ad, and you know what? you watch it, and it's really good. it's got a potent message. we're going to play a little snippet of it for the folks at
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home and then we're going to get your analysis. watch this. >> i'm ben carson. and i'm running for president. the political class and their pundit buddies say impossible. he's too outside the box. well, they do know impossible. impossible to balance the budget. impossible to get border security. impossible to put aside partisanship. i'm ben carson. i'm running for president. and i'm very much outside the box. it must be a good idea in there somewhere. i'm ben carson. and i approve this message. >> it is so simple, and so potent. >> yeah. i like the box. i like the box sitting there. it kind of reminds me of the empty chair with clint eastwood that all the elites made fun of that i thought that it was good image. i think a lot of people look at that and say, well, that's cute, but does that really speak to someone who's going to have the strength to be a commander in chief? i think it could work for a lot of people. i know there's a lot of people pooh-poohing that over the last
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24 hours. i think it actually works. but trump is at 40% south carolina, right now. has a love affair going with donald trump. he works there. it's a tricky state. it's not -- everyone thinks south carolina is all evangelical conservatives. it isn't. it's a very complex electorate there. so i think it's going to take more and put some pressure on donald trump. is he going to start putting money into ads? or is he going to keep doing the free media thing? i'd like to see some ads from all of the candidates frankly if they're going to start spending money. people loved at the joanie ernst pig squealing. they laughed at her. she ends up winning. >> she's a senator now. >> right. so -- >> let's talk about what i think is absolutely happening, the fbi director indicates he believes so, too, that is the war on cops and their reaction. they're reaction is, if you're going to not appreciate us and try to condemn us, we're going to do our job but also protect our careers, and the results are staggering. all bad when it comes to criminal statistics. in chicago, when it comes to what's happening in baltimore, when it comes to what's
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happening even in new york. here's james comey, followed by josh earnest and his reaction, representing the white house. >> our officers are answering 911 calls, but avoiding the informal contacts that keeps bad guys from standing around, especially with guns. i spoke to officers privately in one big city precinct who described being surrounded by young people with mobile phones held high, taunting them when they get out of their cars. they said to me, we feel under siege and we don't feel much like getting out of our cars. >> i don't know if director comey has communicated those views to the president directly. i will say that the available evidence at this point does not support the notion that law enforcement officers around the country are shying away from fulfilling their responsibilities. >> laura, that's the second time in less than a week where the white house has defended the actions of black lives matter and not the cops. >> well, it's a get out the vote effort at this point. black lives matter might have started in a kernel of, i think,
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good intentions. i'm going to give them -- be charitable, kernel of good intentions that we want people to be safe and be respected. i get that. but it's turned into, it's morphed into, for many people, a political get out the vote drive for 2016. i think it's transparent. i like josh earnest, or some of the other, you know, well-scrubbed staffers at the white house, why don't they put on a cop uniform, police uniform, why don't they go into one of the more troubled areas of the united states, inner city baltimore, l.a., chicago, and why don't they try to do this job day in and day out. with being taunted, comey is exactly right. i've talked to police in new orleans, omaha, new jersey, and over the weekend in birmingham. and i will tell you this, there is a feeling among police officers that i've spoken to who approach me to say, it's a nightmare for us. when we are looked at with such suspicion by so many people. we all go up to them and say thank you for what you're doing and they do appreciate it. but there are a lot of good cops out there.
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they are so tired of this game that's being run in washington, d.c. and it hurts black people and hispanics, and poor folks all over this country more than any of the elite who are trying to breathe life into this -- >> without a doubt that's exactly what the director of the fbi said. >> he's absolutely right. >> young men of color dying at rates that are just unfathomable. >> david clark on hannity last night, sheriff clark said 93% of all black violence crimes, murders, are committed sadly by other african-americans. there's a fraction of 1% of deaths caused by police officers in some type of altercation. we have a spiritual renewal that is needed in the united states. and a family renewal. bad cops should be dealt with. >> president is in chicago where homicide rates are up 19%. gun-related crimes up 18%. >> laura, you've got to go do a radio show in about 45 minutes. and go run like that. thank you very much for joining us live. >> see you guys. >> all right. >> she's going to challenge that right there to josh earnest.
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turn to heather right now. challenge her with bringing you a fox news alert. >> good morning to you all. 11 minutes after the hour. we start with a fox news alert. this morning the white house urging members of congress to approve a tentative budget deal it reached with lawmakers overnight. it would fund the government for the next two years. that deal increases spending for the military. it also ensures retirees on medicare won't be face a premium increase. members are expected to vote on that plan tomorrow. well, new overnight the woman accused of killing four people when she drove into a crowd at the oklahoma state homecoming parade is now being held on $1 million bond. adacia chambers will undergo a psychological evaluation as prosecutors await the toxicology reports from the crash. chambers faces four counts of second degree murder. but the d.a. is the concerned that a fifth person may die from their injuries. we'll keep watching that story. a scary recall to warn you about this morning. some cars could set fire to homes?
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general motors is now recalling nearly 1.5 million cars dating back to 1997, because those cars can leak oil and start engine fires. spreading flames from garages to the homes. a recall includes certain pontiac grand prix, buick regals, chevrolet impalas, luminas and monte carlos. the company tracking down the owners of those cars affected. a serious one. those are your headlines. i'll see you back here in about 25 minutes. >> thank you very much. coming up the heat is not just in the kitchen at this restaurant. >> i'm not offering a discount for coming in brandishing a gun. if you are a stable, legal carrier, let me know. i'll reward that. >> well that owner giving discounts to people with concealed carry permits. he's going to join us live, next.
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the dining room, a guy came in, got in line, waited until he was the only one at the counter, had the hoodie, the beanie, looking down so that he wasn't really on the cameras, and then mumbled softly to the cashier that he had a gun, and was going to need all the money out of the registers. >> he got it, too, didn't he? >> well, the cashier was a little more on the ball than you'd think and while the guy did get some money, he did not empty out the registers. they defused the situation fairly well. but the threat was still there that he had a gun. >> so what did you come to the revolution to decide to do after that? >> well, after a customer in the dining room came toward and told our manager that he was watching the situation, and was armed, ready to take action if it became life or death, but not until then, i decided that actually is a very good idea. so, we're fairly friendly in personal freedom, and carry circles. so i decided to open up to my
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customers that i will reward that sort of behavior from stable, legal, licensed citizens. >> so if they show you that a got a license and they probably can handle it if they had a license, i will give them 25% off their meal? >> that's correct. >> and you've lost some customers because of this, right? and that saddens you? >> i have. i mean obviously it's a polarizing issue. i mean, it saddens me to lose the regular customers that were probably dining right alongside licensed carriers before and just didn't know it. the message to me is that they are more comfortable with the thug that was in the line illegally than the ones in the dining room legally. >> and, art, the thing is, everybody knows now, including a would-be criminal, if i go in there, i might get shot, and my hope is, and your hope is, they don't go in there. >> that's my entire hope that they just don't go in. i don't want to have a situation. i want to defuse one before it is there. >> all right. art bufier, thanks so much. he's taking action because he doesn't want to be a victim over
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got some quick headlines for you right now. the earthquake death toll in afghanistan and pakistan has now reached more than 300. rescue efforts still under way after a 7.5 magnitude quake rocked that region. and thousands upon thousands of stolen guns taken out of a home in south carolina. look at that. cops found the massive stash after serving the owner a subpoena for drug trafficking. there's no evidence any of them had been fired recently, cops think he just likes collecting. well he collected a lot, elisabeth. >> thank you, steve. if you want to look your best for the holidays there is a way to upgrade your image without going under the knife. all of the changes you're seeing right now happening with minimal invasion. that's good news. here with the quick cosmetic procedures, president of ideal image, bryce stable. >> good morning, elisabeth. >> what are the trends right now? because those pictures are interesting. we're seeing results without
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going under the knife, without going under anesthesia. >> the industry statistics are showing minimally invasive procedures are growing by almost double digits every year. people don't want down time. they don't want to go under anesthesia and fight age and sculpt their body with as little invasiveness as they can. >> particularly when they know a lot of pictures are going to be taken. weddings are always a big time where people go through these procedures, with the holidays. that holiday card and all the parties going to. you want to look your best, some say. so this cool sculpting is one of the items you say is on the rise. what's involved here? >> this procedure is absolutely amazing. many people for years have been doing lipo suction. this is nowed cryo lipolysis. we freeze the fat cells to death and your body excretes it through your normal digestive tract. there's no pain. you lay on the table. you can play on your ipad, talk on the phone. this is one of the applicators that we use in the love handle section. we can do inner and outer thigh. >> you have this.
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it's not plugged in or anything. >> right. >> so you pus this on in your office. >> correct. >> like this, and it freezes your fat forever or for how long? >> actually it kills 25% of the fat cells in that specific area forever. those fat cells are gone. >> let's move it here. hang on! >> and you can do that. we have many, many of our guests that are getting the abdomen done, the flank, the inner and outer thigh and they just came out with a new one of these applicators for under here. industry statistics show through the american society of plastic surgery, that 68% of people are concerned about the double chin area. >> of course. so moving on to our second item, this is in lieu of a face-lift. you would do this. how does it work? >> i wouldn't say it's in lieu of a face-lift. because you're not going to get that tautness that you get from a face-lift. it uses microfocused ultrasound to penetrate the skin and cause collagen production. unfortunately when you turn 30 years old you stop producing
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>> interesting information right now. without going under the knife. thank you for your time today. >> great to meet you, elisabeth. >> you've got it. coming up the video is hard to watch. i'm going to tell you that. a school resource officer, look at this, body flapping a female student right to the ground. what led to that violent takedown and what's happening to the officer right now? we're going to tell you. and willie robertson is here talking about everything from donald trump to his passion for hunting. you do not want to miss this. willie, come on over! (vo) what does the world run on? it runs on optimism. it's what sparks ideas.
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according to a new report from the world health organization, bacon, sausage, hot dog, and other processed meat significantly increase your chance of getting cancer. which is an ugly way of saying i'll probably die doing what i love. >> the problem is the study is the more people talk about bacon, about how bad bacon is, how bacon is like cigarettes, how bacon causes cancer, all i hear is bacon, bacon, bacon. and it makes me want bacon. so i will have bacon. i get the point is sol things in life are worth dying for and bacon is right at the top of those things. >> jimmy kimmel. >> this right now is the star of duck dynasty and author of brand new book called "american hunter: how legendary hunters shaped america" willie robertson who loves bacon and all things meat. >> i do love bacon. >> what's not to love? >> i can put it on anything.
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>> bacon and peanut butter sandwiches. that's what i eat. >> it's delicious. >> you said the star of "duck dynasty" is incorrect. you are the star. good luck going back home. >> one of the main stars. >> i love your book. growing up in new york i have nothing to do with hunting. i never owned a gun. steve midwest. this woman's armed right now. you brought me into a culture that i knew nothing about, five or six years old learning to shoot, hanging out with your brothers and sister, going out there, coming back, it was just unbelievable. >> remember those camouflage pants you wore that looked like t the gap. i got them at the gap. >> showed up in the hunt -- >> i was going to visit you. i wanted to dress the part. >> you were ready to go. >> talking about this right here? >> this is it. >> you got to show my -- >> that can be a good lesson right there. >> i actually knocked down the target i hit it so hard. it was an accident. >> that aside.
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there we are doing some pauns.2 shooting west monroe. >> you talk about this family, the history, remember this country. there was no supermarket down the street. >> it's fascinating. i mean, if you go back through, you know, hundreds of years how hunting really shaped this country. that's like when they were discovering the land, when they kept going west, and all the problems they ran into with grizzly bears, and native americans, i mean there was all these things. and then they learned how to hunt, a lot from the native americans and watched them hunt. and these guys are on the back of horses shooting stuff. no roads, it's incredible. part of it was survival to eat, and to make sure you didn't get hurt. >> you talk about women hunting, and most quickly growing segment of the population with the gun and in the woods, female. >> it's exploding yeah. i mean, because it's a fun sport. especially archery hunting. you can practice all the time and set up targets. you know, teddy roosevelt was
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probably my favorite in the book, with just all the things that he did, really to help us to hunt. he started the refuge system. all these conservation things were started by hunters. that's who started them because they wanted to preserve this so they could keep this going. >> and daniel boone wasn't just a tv series. he was a man. and he did a heck of a lot. >> legend. >> i love them because they're bible toting and hunters. that kind of hits the road. i tell a lot of stories about our family. hunting has shaped our whole lives. it's our lively hood. we made duck calls since i was born. >> let's talk a little bit about politics. we had this brand-new national poll out where ben carson has nudged ahead of donald trump here with the margin of error they're about tied nationally. but you have been quoted as saying you like trump. what do you like about donald trump? >> i've been saying that even before he announced he was running, i just like the things he was saying. i like the way he talks. ben carson is the outsiders,
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talks like a normal person. and you know, not this just political sound bites. and that's what i love about trump, because like him or hate him, and he's, you know, he's authentic. >> you called it before anybody. long ago you were right in their corner -- >> you were bobby jindal first. >> i'm just waiting for -- i mean bobby's -- bobby needs to take a stand and do something. i know he's waiting for iowa. i'm like everybody else, i'm still watching and waiting. i haven't, you know, i'm still seeing how this thing shapes up. there's a ton of guys. >> i remember so many times watching your show with the family and being so impressed with the courage you had to show your family prayer and it really stuck with americans watching you guys in that moment. we're seeing though, in a continued real attack on christianity. you've got this coach out in washington state, did you hear about this, this football coach who is standing in the face of losing his job because he for years went out to the center field and give thanks after every game and players, on their own volition, would go out and pray with him. now the school is telling him, you're going to lose this job, you are no longer allowed to pray at all, you can't even --
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you can't even get down on one knee. you can't be a man and be a christian and be a coach at this school at the same time. what do you say about that? >> well, i mean, some things are worth losing your job over i guess. and that's what -- you know, i think that's what people really are upset with about this country, is stories like this. it's just insane. that you can't -- he couldn't do anything that symbolized religion. you can't drop to a knee, put his head down. i mean, what kind of country -- i think we all look up and go, what is going on in this country? >> but if it's worth losing his job, and he said he was going to keep praying. >> you're a football player. what would you do as a player? do you follow the coach? >> oh, well yeah. >> it's all voluntarily. >> they went out there on their own. >> yeah, you keep playing, you know. good grief. >> can you not take a knee to run off the clock? >> no hail marys. yeah. >> where are we headed? >> where does it stop? >> so to recap, you are for religious liberty. you are for donald trump and bobby jindal.
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and you're for the american hunter. which is your brand-new book out, "legendary hunters shaped america." >> i'm still -- i'm still learning. so -- >> especially with hunting. >> the next tv series, you talking about and profiling these guys. >> that's a great idea. >> it would be fascinating. >> all right. >> almost -- almost a man panel. we had you on before. >> we looked at leggings. >> are you at trouble at home with that? >> i texted her and i think you did okay. >> have you ever talked to heather? >> i'd love to. >> come on, willie. >> what's going on? >> my husband just got back from a hunting trip in south dakota. loved it. >> i'll see the pictures later. >> thank you so much. a couple headlines. 38 minutes after the hour. we start with the disturbing scene that was caught on camera. a school resource officer slams a high school student to the ground. this happened in columbia. take a look at this. >> when you see a video like that whaf seen earlier today, it certainly alarms you and makes
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you a little bit afraid of what is actually happening within our schools. >> well, that officer is now on leave as the school investigates. unbelievable video. this all happening after a teacher repeatedly had asked the student to leave the room, and the student didn't. that's when they called in the resource officer. deputy ben fields. fields slammed that girl to the ground. she's been accused of misconduct in the past for excessive force and battery. a desperate search under way in wisconsin at this hour for army veteran who vanished without a trace. bruce windorski is one of several americans who traveled to syria earlier this year on his own to fight isis. last week he told his wife he was leaving on a veteran's retreat but she later discovered there was no retreat at all. >> nobody, nobody, his parents, his friends, family, people, nobody has heard from him. >> officials say that windorski has a history of ptsd and has not been taking his medication.
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star wars descends to earth and lands in the ukraine? take a look. oh, no. here's what happened. cops arrested a man dressed as chewbacca because he was campaigning for his friend darth vader on election day. really, i'm not making this up. unfortunately, that kind of campaigning is against the law. chewy was fined about $8, and then he was let go to explore the universe once again. and those are your headlines. >> electioneering against the law. on this planet. >> arresting chewbacca. >> like to be in a super pac. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. coming up on this tuesday, you heard this kind of attack on republicans all the time. >> when republicans debate, they compete to insult each other, demean women.
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>> greg says in a way hillary might be right. he joins us live to teach us how to always win an argument, guaranteed. money back, right? >> can't wait. and you know her from hgtv's rehab addict. and this morning nicole curtis is turning up the heat with us. we are playing with fire. i mean it, straight ahead. >> she's got a blow torch. hi hey you look good. thank you, i feel good. it all starts with eating right. that's why i eat amaz!n prunes now. they're delicious and help keep my body in balance. i love these. sunsweet amaz!n prunes, the feel good fruit.
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>> when republicans debate, they compete to insult each other. demean women. and they double down on trickle down. >> the debate between the democrats -- it was logical, and civil, and people didn't agree with everything. but they weren't just say iing crazy stuff. >> so how do you fight back? how can you take the argument from insult to influence? greg gutfeld, there he is pictured live right now, he's the host of the greg gutfeld show and the author of the brand-new book, comes out today, "how to be right: the art of being persuasively correct." good morning to you. >> great to be here. >> it's great to have you, as well. when you say how to be right. not only how to be to the right of the political spectrum, but also how to win an argument. >> exactly. the important thing is, you have to somehow use the left, they've hijacked emotion and feeling and they constantly demonize us. and we have to figure out a way
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to fight back with a smile. >> that's key. >> that's key. >> the smile beats the shrill. >> exactly. the problem is when you are in debates it's so easy to get angry. once you get angry you lose. the thing is you figure out what they do, and you do it better. constantly telling us that we don't have compassion, so we have to outcompassion them. >> that's your first check. >> exactly. we have to feel stronger. so for example you've got hillary accusing us of -- >> greg's secrets to an argument. no compassion there. >> for example if they tell you, if they tell you that you are against the environment, point out that windmills kill 1.5 million birds a year. >> with a smile. >> so if you're pro environmental alternative energy, you want birds to die. if they accuse you of sexism, because you don't agree with hillary, you say well i think it's sexist to call her hillary, because that's a girl's name. >> you say that's -- >> hijack the language. >> hijack the language. >> seek the language that they're using and use it for
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your own benefit. >> greg's secrets to arguments. hijack the language. >> they talk a lot about sanctuary cities. i call them lawless lands. meaning that, okay, if you believe in sanctuary cities, why can't we have cities where there are no police officers? why don't you do that. >> that would be nuts. >> if you're protesting the police, let's have a sanctuary city where there are no cops and black lives matter and quentin tarantino can go try it out. try to shoot a movie then my friend. >> you said there's no stephen colbert and jon stewart without conservatives so they should worship you. >> you know why they wouldn't? because we don't know how to respond with humor. so the more serious you are, the more ammo you give them. that's why when i do this stuff i try to think of my mother. i use my mother when i'm writing -- >> kind. >> and so it's like, if you can -- if you can articulate a conversation that your mother can understand, then you win. there's no jargon. it's simple. i think why donald -- it's why donald trump works. there's no jargon. >> you know why i'm mad at you?
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>> why? >> because i could have used this book ten years back when i first started at that other place. >> with rosie o'donnell. >> yeah! thanks a lot for making it now. >> the book came about because of me writing monologues every day on "the five" and people asking me how do i come up with my argument? the whole idea is to make it fun and simple and digestible. >> the wider the smile, the wider the appeal. >> exactly. the more fun you have the harder it is for your critics to come after you. that's my beautiful little bust. >> that's right. he's got a bus traveling all over the country starting in pennsylvania, going to ohio, how do we find out. >> go to ggutfield.com. you can order the book at amazon or barnes & noble. all the information on my tour is at ggutfeld.com. >> you were tied up. >> literally. figuratively. >> i had a lot on my plate. >> that's what you mean. >> you were on a plate. >> thank you so much. >> all right. >> buy the book. buy it for your friends. >> buy it for your mom. >> greg, thank you. >> good luck. >> a wonderful person.
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thanks for not wearing shoes. coming up straight ahead you know her from "rehab addict" and this morning nicole curtis is turning up the heat. stop pushing me, greg. we're playing with fire ahead. >> first let's check if with bill hemmer for a preview on what happens at the top of the hour. >> i can't believe gutfeld is out of the basement this early. >> i know. you didn't look the door, hemmer. >> morning. >> brand-new polling numbers have the republican race just changed directions entirely? you will hear from donald trump. will the u.s. military be on the ground in syria? the president is about to make a major decision on that. the head of the irs about to face tough questions from senators. only days after lois lerner was cleared by the government. and name your favorite car. meet a father and son whose favorite car was stolen 34 years ago and today, that car is back in their garage. how did it get there? martha and i will see you at the top of the hour, ten minutes away. claritin every day
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i'i've been an elementary school teacher for 16 years. it is really difficult to afford living here in san francisco. i went into foster care my freshman year of high school. i think there was like 9 people living in a 3-bedroom house. claudia: 40% of the mission rock housing will be for low- and middle-income families. there will even be housing for people like micaela who are coming out of the foster-care system. micaela: after i left the foster-care system, i realized that i just couldn't do it on my own. not knowing where you guys are gonna go that night and just stay, like, it sucked not knowing that. mission rock -- it's completely different from anywhere that i've lived. it looks so much prettier. the atmosphere -- it just gives off possibilities. like, i have a chance. i can print out like six different ways to get to work. i would be proud to have someone like micaela be my neighbor. i would love to have somebody like claudia be my neighbor.
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claudia: i feel like it's part of what san francisco should be.
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well, it is a hot project you can do right at home. taking a blow torch, right there, to your wooden furniture to bring out a more rustic look. here to show us how it's done the start of hgtv's "rehab addict" nicole joins us. >> blow torches are so much fun. right now we are launching really cool -- if you just want to try it out -- >> sure, go ahead. >> i know how they work -- >> see. >> but we're giving away three $10,000 grants for neighborhoods across the country right now. just to show us a project with a blow torch. >> what a good idea. >> yeah. so it's really easy. they can go right online, put a photo up with their project.
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>> okay. >> things you've done with a blow torch. so your working with burns-o-matic. >> yes. we can use it on plumbing obviously. >> so on this unfinished table you're going to give it kind of a worn patina, right? >> yes. >> now listen, i have to say if it's a real antique, simply lemon oil. we don't touch anything that's antique. this is just for fun stuff, new stuff, you're not going to hurt it. >> yeah, you just -- >> so if it's beng lynn franklin's table, just leave it alone. >> yeah, you're going to leave it alone. >> shouldn't you go with the grain? >> go right at the grain. there you go. >> that's it? >> so people can go on line. burns-o-matic.com, put a picture of their project. >> and then after you give it the burned look, the worn look, what do you put over it? you put -- >> you can just put a clear coat on it. or anything else you want.
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but this is great. i always like putting my initial on everything, monogramming is really hot again. >> oh, look, elisabeth just wrote fox. >> right here. >> this is really cool, bringing awareness that torches aren't just on a professional level. people can use them at home. >> they've not gone giving the attention they deserve? >> everyone sees a torch at a home improvement store, but they're afraid to touch it, and you can see, it's really easy to use. >> right. >> what exactly am i doing? >> you're starting it on fire. >> this is not good. >> yes. >> he did great. he started fire. >> rehab addict. by the way, season seven starts november 5th. so next week is coming up our new launch like a big old mansion that we've been working on. and i use a couple torches, of course. >> of course you do. >> if you have a torch you want to use it. >> i love your show. maybe we've got a clip that we can show of you in action. you ever start a project and
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then you just start ripping stuff down and realize, i don't know what we were thinking, because this is just way too complicated? >> every project. but i never say it's too complicated. my own house is like everyone else's house where the list goes on and on and on. i'll get to it when i get home. this season on november 5th we start and we're kicking off this neighborhood program right now. because i'm all about, i work in the cities all the time and we know that there's not enough funding ever. so this is the easiest way, burns-o-matic is giving away over $40,000, so people can simply go online, and i'm going to push it but then people across america will see a project. >> go to our website, "fox & friends."com and we're going to link to yours. >> thank you. >> blow torches, everybody. burns o'matter. "fox & friends" in a moment. ♪ can't afford to let heartburn get in the way? try nexium 24hr, now the #1 selling brand for frequent heartburn. get complete protection with the new leader in frequent heartburn. that's nexium level protection.
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game one of the world series is tonight in kansas city. we have your pictures decked out in your royals and mets gear.
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>> that is matty. this shot showing off our royals pride. again, this is the mets pride. >> that's right. >> could be the littlest met fan ever. >> oh, how cute is he? big night tonight. don't forget. >> nicole curtis in the after show show. bill: republicans demanding answers from the ira. news broke lois lerner will not face charges in the i can rs targeting of con groups. first, however, a new republican front runner in the race for the white house. dr. ben carson leading in the the latest national poll while donald trump falls to second

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