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make something pretty good times. they're faster than you think. >> they don't show me this stuff before they put it on the air. thank you for being part of "the real story." here is shep. >> sometimes it's better not to know. did you see that debat last night? confrontation between the candidates and moderators? ahead, the stand-out movements for marco rubio and cruz. >> an eenormous change for china, i abandoning the one-child policy. and a passenger jet on fire on the runaway, now after the evacuation the injuries and the calls plus, google getting inside your head to look for signs of mental illness? google in you want your phone monitoring you for depression? let get to it. >> first from the fog necessary. jeb bush says he wishes he could talk as well as his run rival
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width the big personalities. that's after his someone-time pal, marco rubio, shut down bush's attack on his senate attendance record and the audience ate it up. candidate bush says he is a doer, not a talker. but we're told donors were watching and analysts saying she is struggling campaign needed a breakout moment, moment that never came. candidate bush was on fox news this afternoon. responding to reports his campaign is in trouble. >> all cross the done we're the one with the best organization, and i'm going to work hard to be able to earn people's support. i knew this would be a long journey but to suggest the campaign is terminal, come on, that's funny. >> anallies star saying snores marco rubio and ted cruz has strong performances donald trump avoided direct attacks except for one hit at john kashich. >> he said i'm never going to attack. then this poll numbers tanked. that's why he is on the end and
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he got nasty. so, you know what? you can have him. >> the other republican front-runner, dr. ben carson, was soft-spoken, like in past debates, but his opening comment was something unusual for a presidential candidate. did you think? carson said he has trouble seeing himself in the job. >> probably in terms of applying for a job of president, a weakness would be not really seeing myself in that position until hundreds of thousands of people begin to tell me that i needed to do it. >> now it will be a few days before we know how all of this may play out in the polls any work about the dustup? >> reporter: marco rubio is trying to pick up some of the jeb bush's donors, and jeb bush is downplaying that he is the proverbial political dead man walking as you showed in the sound bite. i was a moment. jeb bush seized on the florida
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sentinel newspaper saying rubio should resign his senate seat because he missed so many votes and he wasn't doing his job. watch this. >> when you signed up for this, this was a six-year term and you should be showing up to work. you can campaign, or just resign and let someone else take the job. a lot of people living pay check to pay think and florida that are looking for a senator that will fight for them every day. >> don't remember you ever complaining about john mccain's vote record. the only reason you're doing it now is because we're running for the same position someone convince you had attacking me is helpful. my campaign will be about the future of america. not attacking anyone else on the stage. >> reporter: it was a poignant moment. mark rubio was clearly prepared. he is aggressively downplaying expectations, aware he went into the debate tied for third with ted cruz in national polls and because of that moment, he is
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likely now to get a bit of a bounce, and with a bounce comes intense scrutiny, and he is now saying, look, this is going be a long, lingeries. much the say way jeb is, and recognizing that mr. bush is going to get much more aggressive himself, shep. in fact, the race in florida between these two sunshine state lawmakers, politicians, former governor and legislator, is about to get much more heavy. you have to expect jeb bush well have to retrench and start campaigning in a state both think they can win. >> did he seem to have the fire in for that? you have been watching this stuff. >> the idea he had to impress his donors is obvious. the big money that he raised before he became independent and ran as candidate, sis independent super pac banked, he put up $100 million. soman candidates said maybe we won't get and then did when the realized jeb bush wasn't being any traction. the other thing that happened today, ban -- ben carson had a
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rally with 1500 people, and just before the rally -- they gave him a raucous welcome. and mr. carson said he has engaged his staff to make phone calls to other candidates and effect changes to the format. no real clarity as to what he meant. he talked about it today saying he wanted to have more time for the candidates to actually say what they want on policies and mott get interrupted. the next debate is 12 days from now on fox business nut, we. >> carl cameron on the trail. let breck in a republican party fundraiser and fox news contributor and a huge supporter of america's troops especially the green beret. what did you think? >> i thought that the republicans that were on that stage last night arrived to answer real policy questions. and what happened is it was
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hijacked by what they thought were going to be journalists asking the questions, and heck asked them the questions. when you start first question out of the box is to donald trump, and asking him why his campaign cartoon art -- that's just nasty. it has nothing to do with the issues. and really there weren't a lot of questions about the issues, and yet every one of our -- every republican on the stage last night was serious, had the issues, know the issues, were ready and willing to talk about the issues, and actually got a lot of things out despite the fact that it's a difficult -- when you have that many people on the stage. >> do we as voters deserve answers about some of their policy matters? i know that there are a lot of questions about the way they ask
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the questions, but, for instance, some of their budget plans have been fact-checked and seem to be adding a lot of money to the deficit. do we need an explanation of exactly how those budgets are going to work out? >> shep, absolutely. >> they just went about it wrong? >> absolutely. they should have -- >> there are gifts between the candidates. >> big differences. and by the way, some really good ideas, ideas that have to be fleshed out, but that what this is about. that's what makes it exciting. that is capacity says we have quality people up there that are thinking about these things. however, you have to ask the question, shep, they didn't ask those questions last night. i think that every one of them were prepared for those questions. >> today the talk seems to be a lot of it about jeb bush and whether he still has it in him. i saw him this morning. does he seem to have a fight in him to you? >> i think that this whole talk
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about jeb campaign being on the skids is from people who do not understand his donor base. i can tell you, shep, that donor base has put together, it's wide, state by state for his father, there for his brother. they are not going to leave him after the third debate. there are eight debates left some they're loyal to bushes, and to think it's own for jeb, that's mistake. >> i remember watching john mccain walk through the phoenix airport and everybody had him buried but he won the nomination. mccain turned himself around. you think -- >> of yours jeb can. jeb has the resume. he has the experience. he -- will he? i don't know. can ? absolutely. we have a lot of time to go here. >> who gets get biggest boost?
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they say 14 million people watched it. who stands to gain the most. >> i have to say that cruz really had the defining remarks -- >> ticking off the questions and why did -- >> amazing, frankly. he is also from what understand raised a lot of money -- >> 742,000. >> he has put a very good organization together, state-by-state. very quietly, very cost effectively. however, it's still early, shep. there are a lot of quality people on that stage, and there's still time. >> anybody you feel like hurt themselves last night? >> i think there were some -- one would have to say that jeb stumbled. i think that kashich, unfortunately -- >> for of ohio. >> governor of ohio. when he opened with the attack on trump, was ill advised
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because he may be one of the most experienced people on that stage, and quality people, and governor of ohio, a state we can't win without, and yet he used a very -- it was an ill adviseed tactic, and unfortunately, trump really hit him. when will they learn not to insult donald trump? to be themselves and good out there and do their thing. it never works when they insult donald. he is good at coming back. >> if anything he is good at that. so nice to talk to you, thank you. >> always fun to be here. the man who said, over and over and over again, i don't want to be the speaker of the house, is now the speaker of the house. >> it's my privilege to hand this gavel to the speaker of the house, congressman and honorable paul ryan. [applause] >> thank you. >> gavel. today. speaker ryan in a position that party leaders basically begged
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him to talk. of course one of the biggest challenges he faces in becoming speaker comes from conservatives in his party. the hardline group called the freedom caucus. they had their own candidate, though i didn't hear his name today. in his first speech on the job, congressman ryan -- speaker ryan seemed to address the divide within his own party and not just between democrats and republicansed. >> let's be frank. the house is broken. we're not solving problems. we're adding to them. and i am not interested in laying blame. we are not settling scores. we are wiping the slate clean. [applause] >> a clean slate. mike emanual is live on capitol hill. >> reporter: some members of the house sound hopeful there will be unity with a change with speaker ryan taking over. they note ryan's pledge to change business as usual here on capitol hill, first by changing
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the house. >> i think i saw the conference more united today. a couple weeks ago i made a decision not to run and part of that was because the conference was divided and we would have had a very divided vote on the floor. >> one of paul's strength he has a strong understanding of the institution itself. >> nobody understands the process and the inner workings of the house better than paul ryan. >> it is a huge job ahead, starting first with the highway bill and then funding the government beyond december 11th. >> mike, john boehner. another emotional day for him. >> well no doubt about that. he spent 25 years of his life here on capitol hill. the last five roughly as speaker of the house. he had the box of tissues handy. there's no doubt some of his long-time staff members needed the tissues as well. here's part or bayer -- boehners farewell. >> i leave the way i started and just a regular guy, humbled by
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the chance to do a big job. that what i'm most proud of. i'm still just me. >> democratic leader nancy pelosi who had her share of battles with boehner, today called him the personification of the american dream. >> mike, thank you. breaking today. an engine catches fire on a loaded passenger jet in fort lauderdale. the latest amateur videos from the scene and what we know about those who got hurt.
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flames and smoke causing a situation on a crowded jet in fort lauderdale today. happened on little-known dynamic airplanes on a flight to venezuela. official says the boeing 767's engine appeared to them to start spewing fuel while it was taxiing for takeoff, and the fuel caught fire and sent passengers scrambling for the evacuation slides. passengers on nearby planes say they got a -- video of the thick smoke. more than a dozen people were hurt. according to authorities, mostly in the commotion or they say from breathing in the smoke. but there are reports at least one person got seriously burned. steve harrigan has the news in our south florida newsroom. steve? >> reporter: this all started three hours ago at fort lauderdale international airport. the dynamic airways boeing 767 was on the taxiway, getting
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ready to fly from florida to venezuela, and that is when the play behind it noticed fuel was leaking from the plane. the fuel ignited. the left engine was up in flames and firefighters were on the scene. they used form retartant and three slides there were 101 passengers and crew onboard. they went down by the slide. we hear reports of 14 people hospitalize if with nonthreatening injuries, one person seriously burned and one of the runways has just re-opened. >> a lot of people with a lot of aviation knowledge around here and none of them ever heard of dynamic airplanes. >> it is very new. they've been flying to venezuela just three months now. it's a discount airline. this fly chatter flights between new york, florida, gean na and venezuela. todays'd fight was a super saver
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$200. so relatively new discount and a new pattern. this plane is 30 years old. >> steve harrigan in south florida, updates through the day, thank you. hunting for an ex-con. the cops call this man armed, dangerous and desperate. they say he has already shot at officers and two different states. that's coming up. ♪song: "that's life" ♪song: "that's life" ♪song: "that's life" ♪song: "that's life"♪ that's life. you diet. you exercise. and if you still need help lowering your blood sugar... ...this is jardiance. along with diet and exercise, jardiance works around the clock to lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes.
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cops may be closing in on a convicted rapist after they arrested two of this is the guy's buddies. floyd ray cook is accused of opening fire on police officers in cities in kentucky and tennessee. this is the area where this is going down, kind of. if you can make sense of thisful investigators say the guy cook shot and injured a guy during a traffic stop on saturday in
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tennessee -- you can see in tennessee. just hours later he crossed into kentucky, fired at a state trooper and took off into some nearby woods. the trooper was not hurt. last night, officers say they arrested two of cook's friends who have criminal records. in the town of whitehouse, tennessee, which is located over here just outside of nashville. investigators describe there is guy, floyd ray cook, as armed and dangerous and desperate. jonathan searry is in our southeast newsroom. any idea where he is now? >> reporter: well, this point investigators say they do not believe that floyd cook is in that same area where they arrested his two alleged buddies overnight. however authorities are optimistic that tips from the general public are going to lead them to his arrest in the near future. cook, whose criminal record includes rape, burglary and rioting, has been in and out of prison throughout his life, only
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to have more run-ins with the law. as for the tennessee cop who was injured over the weekend, authorities say that officer valencia took a direct hit in the abdomen but was saved, they say, by the bulletproof vests he was wearing. he was released from the hospital and is now recovering at home. >> accomplices. what do we know about them? >> authorities say that they spotted them in a car. they had linked to cook. initially they thought that cook himself might be in that car, but of course he wasn't. the car was parked in a gas station off i-65, just north of nashville. according to authorities as investigators approached the vehicle, it took off, ramming two police cruisers, veering into a field and crashing into a ravine two suspects, a male and a female, bailed out of the vehicle and escaped into the surrounding brush on foot. police called in search dogs, a helicopter, extra foot patrols. they first capture the feel mace
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suspect, katy mccarty. the she has active warrants in arizona for conspiracy to commit murder. police eventually caught the male suspect, the driver of the vehicle, 50-year-old troy wayne in a nearby neighborhood. he is being held on a charge of failing to appear in court in kentucky. >> thank you. state police in pennsylvania have been using shotguns to deflate that giant military blimp that broke loose and really dragged a path with its cable. listen. >> [ gunshots ] >> army officials say the blimp came down into mostly intact pieces, that's put it, in the woods of rural pennsylvania. near the town of muncy, north of harrisburg. they removed the electronics are and long-on a plan to get the blame out of there. the cleanup could take weeks. military scrambled to fighter
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jets to follow it as it fleeted aimlessly, talking down electrical lines with its cable, knocked out pour to 30,000 customers. official said blimp broke free from a military base in maryland yesterday. then traveled 150 miles in three and a half hours. we have pictures of the piece of that blimp hanging from trees in the area. still no word on how it got loose in the first place. the manufacturer is raytheon. it notes on the web site, hopefully, that chances of the cable actually breaking are, quote, slim, because it's made of a strong synthetic finer and it's withstood winds of more than 115-miles-an-hour. winds at altitude yesterday were reported at 50-miles-an-hour. it's like charting a course out of hell. that's what secretary state john kerris saying about the situation in syria. and there's word he is planning to challenge russia and iran as we lauren the russian president,
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vladimir putin, regime has met with the syrian rebels. officials in the united kingdom say the terror threat there is the hite it's -- highest it's been in dictates and they've stopped several plots. that's after a news brief coming up.
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officials from the united states and china holding talks over the situation in the south china sea. the u.s. defense official says both sides agreed to stick to military protocol to avoid misunderstandings. chinese officials protested after washington sent a destroyer to patrol the area. >> taylor swift filing a countersuit against a man who she says lifted her skirt and groped her. david mueller is a former radio host. he first sued taylor swift saying her security team falsely accused him of grabbing her butt back stage in denver before a
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concert in june. he says that accusation cost him his job. swift's lawyer say it's no an cue saying. there's no doubt he did it. and alert the folks at the guinness world book. a man used his elbow to break 92 coconuts in one minute. happened in eastern india. the old record was 85 coconuts.
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the bottom of the hour, time for the top of the news. the united states does have strategy in the middle east. that is news. and it's from the secretary of state john kerry ahead of talks to find, quote, political solution in syria, and wait until you hear what they're doing. seriously. thousands of airstrikes have failed to stop islamic state militants. now russia and iran are stepping into the fray. >> the challenge we face in syria today is nothing less than to chart a course out of hell. a two-pronged approach. intensifying our counter-dash
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campaign, and on the other side, our diplomatic efforts to try to bring the conflict to a close. >> counter-day -- daesh campaign. to that endxz secretary kerris meeting in e en -- -- vienna tomorrow with officials from iran and other countries. this is the first meeting since russia started dropping bombs. a top state department official says secretary kerry plans to test, test, mind you -- whether russia and iran are committed to fighting isis and comic include, whether they are willing to push the syrian dictator, bashar al a assad from power. that's absurd because iran and russia are president assad's strong allies. they're making it clear they are
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propping him, and we're testing them. russia officials said they have met with syrian rebels. the ones supposed to be our ally. the white house insisted the crisis has not put the neutz a proxy war with russia. >> the president said sirways not going a proxy war between the united states and russia and not akin to those cold war conflict wes saw previously. >> wait, wait, wait. russia has its fighters. they fight with russian backing in syria. the united states has its fighters. they fight against each other. that is by definition a proxy war. it just is. press secretary josh earnest says the rebels in syria will make their own decisions. let's bring in a former state department spokesman. we have been talking about this for a long time now. they just stand up there and say this isn't a proxy war, despite
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the fact that this is a proxy war. i don't know why they keep pushing this fib. to be generous. >> well, they're in a tight spot, frankly. united states needs russia, and why die say that? because if our goal is to get bashar al-assad out of power, the only guys that can make that happen -- only two ways to make that happen. either goes voluntarily or goes out in a box. if he is going out voluntarily, russia and iran have to help push him out. so we don't want to antagonize russia because we need russia to get assad out of power. on the other hand, russia is bombing the moderate rebels that we're supporting. so, call it what you will, they are certainly acting aggressively against our allies, which is not what a partner
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does. >> we're supposed to seat up here and read the ridiculous. we're testing whether russia and iran will try to push out bashar al-assad weapon don't need a test. they're propping him up, not pushing him out. who is crazy here? >> i would read between the lines. >> okay, help me. >> i don't think that iran is as wedded to bashar al-assad sass you might assume. why? they blame bashar al-assad for the mess in syria. iran doesn't want to have its soldiers dying in syria which they are today. iran doesn't want to have to pour billions of dollars into syria when they don't have it, and the iranians are going hungry. so iran would like to see this teapot reduced from a boil to at least a warm simmer, and if getting rid of assad is the solution to that and they can guarantee they have access to hezbollah and new syrian
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territory and the shia minority is protected they'll do it. assad is russia and iran's puppet. as long as serves their purposes they'll back him. this minute they can get what they want without him, they'll let him go. >> russia has been in syria for decades. russia has been propping up assad for a long time. if they no longer have assad, what does russia have? >> russia wants two things. they want to preserve the syrian state, and if they make the calculation that keeping bashar al-assad on thens the integrity of the syrian state, more than getting rid of him. they get rid of him. the question i, who is the alternative? >> that's my question. who is the alternate? >> i don't know. moderate syrian rebels are not the alternative from russia's
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point of view. from our point of view they are. what russia wants to do is preserve the syrian army as a force, like in egypt. when everything falls apart you go to the army to run things. so how could in a future syria, the senior military leadership who knows how to organize and administrate, could they be put in place in an institution framework that reserves the sayren state and ends the fighting. >> what we give them for that? maybe crimea? >> ya. well -- >> wait, we already did. >> tradeoff. here's the real question. you ask it very well, sir. what -- any negotiation, it's a tit-for-tat and a compromise. what this united states going to compromise? give iran control over syria the way is hat over iraq? because iran won't agree to anything that doesn't allow it to make the decisions for the government in damascus, and that
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is where i think the real danger for the united states lies. >> ambassadorred, nice to talk o you. >> britain has stopped six islamic plots over the last year. they say the terror threat facing the unite kingdom is the highest in decades. the british government reported an all-time high number of terror arrests has happened, breaking a record from 2005 after a series of suicide bombings killed more than 50 people in, greg palkot is there. >> the fellow's name is andrew parker, at the head of the equivalent of our fbi. he is concern about the quality and quantity of the new threat from isis. gave new details be this planned attacks they have thwarted. he pointed to the massacre of
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western tourists on a tunisian beach,; he said there are 750 britts hat have gone to syria to fight with isis, alongside, we might add, thousands of americans and other westerners. the danger is, they either come back or the terror is done long distance from syria and whatever country, shep. >> so, what do british officials say they're doing about this? >> well,ing this old school spy chief is worried about something we have been worried about and that is new media and terrorism. specifically he is saying this is the most crucial aspect of what he describes as the three-dimensional threat from isis. attacks inspired online by sophies ticket indicated exploitation of technology. his words. in fact, a new investigative cowards bill is what this boss is burning. some say it's even stronger than our own laws that those backers
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say is needed to keep up with the savvy, high-tech jihadys. so this spy search is saying more mu -- must be done in u.k. and around the world. including the united states. >> greg palkot in london. isis and other terror groups are largely responsible for the massive number of men, women and children, trying to escape europe. just the last day, the last day, the greek coast guard reports raking 24 migrants after their boat flipped. eight people died in that incident, including young boy, they tell us. officials say crews are still searching for 30 others. some images this afternoon in our slide show and it just keeps coming. here a volunteer carries another little boy on to that rescue boat. it's not clear how the child is doing now. sadly, one of the many images showing workers carrying children from the water, some unconscious, and look at this
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face. blue with cold. workers trying to warm up this woman after bringing her ashore. you can see just how much pain she clearly is in. this greek island i've been mentioning has been front and center in this crisis for a long time. officials say more than 300,000 people have reached the island this year. think of that. 300,000. as many as 7500 in a single day. farther north, slovenia, refugees crammed into the border with austria. the people pushed past barriers and things calmed down after caps let hundreds cross austria. couples in china now have more than one child -- or can i they've like after the commune just government announced it's loosening the restrictions that have been in place for three and
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a half decades. married couples can now have two children. until now china prevent urban families from having more than one child. researches note the restriction has led to an imbalance of gender ratio. many families preferring to have byes than girls. so what did they do? the policy change could have a lot to do with this. analyst proceeds ticket one in every three china citizens will be over the age of 60 by the year 2050. trace4ii gallagher. do the experts say this will solve these problems? >> reporter: the short answer is, no, for example, couple of years ago china relaxed the one child policy, allowing certain couples who qualified to have two children, but the weakened policy didn't work, resulting in a very small bump in the birth rate, and here's the big problem. china does have the world residents largest population at nearly 1.4 bill but the working age population, those 15 to 64,
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is drastically shrinking and the united nations says in the next 60 years the number of those over the age of 60 will double. but expert say don't expert chinese parents to start raising big families. listen. >> the problem for the communist rather right now is that after almost four decades of propaganda, people just don't want more children. the problem here is always going to be that the propaganda has really baked into society. and once demographic trend are baked into a country it takes generations to change them. >> right now 30% of the chosen population is over the age of 50. >> it's not as if the chinese government is giving up reproduction control, are they? >> reporter: no. the human rights group am necessary city international is arguing the change in policy is not enough and warning couples
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who do have who children could be subjected to intrusive forms of of contraception, forced abortion and torture. the initial policy led to all kinds of well-documented human rights abuse. the chinese have also come to find out that when older parents get sick, the burden follows on their one and only child, and that also affects the economy. one chinese professor believes chinese women should mary two men at a time. >> all right. thank you, trace. you may never again need a therapist. google could be your new some rink. the company hired a mental health doctor who would love to create a fitbit for your brain. perfect. only one egg with more great nutrition... like 4 times more vitamin d and 10 times more vitamin e. and 25% less saturated fat. only one egg good enough for my family. because why have ordinary
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job to work for the giant internet company. he says he plans to investigate how technology can help diagnose and treat mental illness. it could be a phone or a wearable device to track things like how much you drink and sleep. researchers say people's internet search history, even their shopping habits, can show signs of problems. of course, critics say that's could be a bit of an invasion of privacy. let's bring in a mobile and cybertechnology analyst and the ceo of scout finance, which created a financial analysis mobile app. they want to get in our heads to figure out when we're about to snap. google. >> they do. they are already tracking a lot of stuff right now. check out your key words, get a good idea what someone wants. this is another step in that direction gees e. >> that's if you log in. >> yes. >> do you ever cover this camera hole on the phone?
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they're watching you. >> that's what you have to worry about. at the end of the day this is not that different. just turn the camera on for the whole night and if there's a problem, someone will run and fix it. you wouldn't do that. right? so this is pretty much another way to frame the conversation. >> the idea is they'll look at your pattern and what it is you search for and the way you react to things, from that they'll say, you might be about to kill a bunch of people. >> well, they're already doing what you just said right now, and doing that -- that's how they serve you apps. they know what you like and that ad that pops up is connected. >> that explains cappin' crunch. >> this is taking the tone of your voice and taking text. they're already doing it. >> text. >> text, right. so if you're doing text, if there's something erratic aspect to your communication they'll try to infer that you're about to have a breakdown. now, i got to tell you, that's far off, but what is not far off
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is they already know what you care about, what you buy, what you look for, on web. this can happen. i think it's interesting in this case. this is mental health. so i think the idea is, they need to do it because of the safety issue. >> it's not that far off. in the old version of the fox report, when the graphics used to be green, back when the evening news was a thing. we did a story once on all these people who are walking around tokyo, have these little things anding too this and pictures pif people on a sidewalk and they were all staring at these twices and we were like, what the hell they're doing? with will never happen in the united states, and look what happened? we can't spent ten minutes without this. now we're going to give google permission to get inside our heads? >> it will happen, you're right. just a question of when. >> no matter what we do.
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>> exactly. so how we deal with it is the question. i wouldn't want anyone hearing my voice during the day. it's kind of strange. >> i already have that. outside of this one -- our friend are like, why aren't how on facebook? i'm like, are you kidding me? enough of this communicating crap. that's an okay word. i heard it twice last night in the debate. >> if they can limit it somehow, if they can allow someone to volunteer their mood swings inventory to give a scientist better idea how to prevent a suicide, good, but this is way beyond them. >> mr. anderson. be right back.
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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. claudia: i feel like it's part of what san francisco should be.
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the one we already have is sinking. but a city in northeast china has become a spitting image of
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the italian city oven is in and they're starting to offer gone da -- gondola rides. >> this is in the port city on the east side. right now you can take a gondola ride down a canal with classic italian architecture. the developers say they spent $1.26 billion to create this. and they were inspired by blueprints from venice and paris, and they say it's not an exact replica but inspired -- you can see it kind of looks like venice. >> when the one we have is gone be can visit there. >> absolutely. >> apple just opened the first store in the arab world in abu dhabi and dubai. this is dubai. you can see a lot of people standing in line for grand opening there both stores have the same modern look of the
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ago. today. when news breaks out we'll break in because breaking news changes everything. cavuto gets you started yet again right now. >> who saw the debates last night? and great book. who won the debate? >> you did. >> funnive they said, not you, but they did not. welcome everybody, i'm neil cavuto. you're watching "your world" and carl cameron is in the very quick shifting post debate high in colorado. hey, colorado. >> well forks donald trump it wasn't the kind of dominant performance we have seen in his previous two appearances on the debate stage, about he was boasting last night about snap polls, which we don't report on fox. say they'd had him as the early winner. marco r

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