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snl? paul says the show was fine but not funny. presidential decree decorum. >> thank you for being here for "the real story." here's shep. >> it's 3:00 on can 0 the east coast, noon on the west coast. ben carson catching more criticism for some of his stories. one detail wrong. but insists the media are being too hard on him. you'll hear from dr. carson as well as a couple of his republican rivals who say the medias questions are actually quite fair. why the candidate says all ]u
>> first this monday from the news deck, dr. ben carson admits when he couldn't remember a detail abxltw3g#[gmoç his pastd his co-author just made something up. but dr. carson is accusing the media of lying. part of a biased witchhunt to bring him down, as he puts it, because he is a threat to secular progressives. all from ben carson. his admission comes after "the wall street journal" raised questions about his life story. the journal is cosponsoring tomorrow night's g.o.p. debate on the fox business network. it reports on carson's claim in his autobiography that a professor at yale named him the most honest newport a class called, perceptions 301. reps for yale say there was no class perceptions 301. something dr. carson now admits. >> and the course#7ók was called psychology 10. when you write a book with a cowriter and you say there was
class, a lot of times they'll put, a number of something on it, just to give it more meat. >> give it more meat. made something up for that reason. but dr. carson insists he did not make up a story about hiding some white students during a riot in high school, classmates tell reporters with walsh "wall street journal" they don't remember that either of the journal's report adds to other stories under screwed any. cnn reporters could not verify
to go away and they debate is dç about the economy. there's been a lot of harangue about the last two debates and moderators said they're going to ask tough questions be the economy, but almost inconceivable, making the argue. that carson himself wrote the words, has to ask for it and trump has been going at him rerentlessly. that not going away. and as mike huckabee said, it's likely to get much worse. >> carl, last week, the scandal de jourl+5$2ó was, was marco rud his expense reports from an american express bill -- something more on that now?
>> well, again in that particular case, the protagonist was donald trump who was suggesting that marco rubio's personal finances were mess and his use of the republican party of florida's credit card when he was the%k%gyq speaker of the fla and he was -- and rubio released receipts and shows spentq!;[p( $22,000 on personal expenses but the overall bill was in hundreds of thousands of dollars and he paid it back and he also paid 1700 tuesday in late fees. question about his financial recklessness or not, but in the context of the role he was playing the general consensus you. let's brain in kathy lynn taylor, republican strategist and former advicer to president george w. bush. >> outsiders get velocitied.
not new information. >> it's not new information. and -- well, somebody says 50 called his shirt blue and now john where is saying he called my shirt aqua, that's a witch hant but you have numerous stores with some embellishment and the challenge -- this is the question it raises. ben carson has been a physician and has been a story-teller, selling his books and telling the rags to riches story. and the challenge is that this doesn't really add up to that. you would not think a physician of his stature and the store-teller of his credibility in the past would then all of a sudden not check every fact, would not dot their is and cross their ts, and would be
so they may feel this way today are frustrated andc?v[hd8hey grave tate toward people speaking about the infrastructure. the problem with jeb e jeb -- jb bush, he is speaking about himself and he needs to say what he can do for voter s. the now it's time to get into the details behind the message. >> i look forward to the debate. >> i do, too. >> so nye to see you. thank you. >> as the candidates gear for the debate tomorrow night that's fox business network's gerry willis is asking voters which issues they think the candidates need dress. hello, gerri. >> hello. the recession may have ended in june 2009g?ñ]c;jñçç but americ, some of them at least, still struggling here to take care of their families. let me give you a couple of
numbers here. the majority of us have $1,000 in emergency savings, not enough to take care of a real financial problem. and the social security administration, the government itself, said recently that 51% of americans have an income of 30,000. that's just thousands of dollars off the poverty level. so, i went out and talked to people about their issues, despite that uppete jobs report we talk about from last friday. what are your questions? they say jobs, economy, and growth. listen to this. >> america wants specifics on job creation. instead of saying i have a plan, i can create jobs, i know what donald trump says, just listen to me, i'll create the jobs, but people want to actually know how is he going to create jobs. >> a lot of the candidates are advocating to lower taxes. carson talking bat flat tax, i'd like to knowkts3çw3>sivfqglfs
what they want is detail from the candidates, not platitude. going to be very interesting tuesday night. >> you can see the next republican debate tomorrow, both of them, tomorrow night, on fox business network. first the undercard, 7:00 eastern, 6:00 central. the main event, 9:00 eastern, 8:00 central, maria and neil cavuto and "the wall street journal" editor. if you don't know where fbn is go to fox business.com slash
champ -- channel kinder. >> hillary clinton's name will april on the ballot in new hampshire. her opponents, martin o'malley andber -- bernie sanders filed their paperwork last week. all candidates haveñi#w3"m]whrt friday to put their names down for the first in the country new hampshire prime mere. >> the president of the university of missouri system is out of a job. he stepped down this morning after a final push from the mizzou football team on saturday. the complaint? racism on campus. and that the president would simply not do enough to address student's concerns. they got loud, and he got out. so, the details of what led to this day and what happens next. that's coming from the fox news deck on a monday afternoon. the. it begins from the second we're born. because, healthier doesn't happen all by itself.
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frustration and anger that i see is clear, real, and i don't doubt it foró.20e a second. >> and he stepped down. a few of the incidents that led to today, back in september, the student government president, who was a black man, said anymore a pickup truck on campus yelled racial slurs at him. things heated up last month wheç protesters blocked the president wolves car during a homecoming parade. wasn't took to them. made eye contact. police removed the protesters and there was no dialogueful has month members of a black student organization said a drunk white superyelled the n-word at them and somebody drew a swastika in holing protests. the students have been camping out in on the campus in
columbus. 45,000 students -- columbia, missouri, and calls for walkouts today and tomorrow. the group question here, the year that the university accepted its first black student. in addition to demonstrations, graduate students, jonathan butler, this man, started a hunger strike last week, day eight now, over the weekend, the tigers football players posted this photo on social media supporting him and, frankly, that's what did the trick. that and me money that goes along with tiger football. they said until he eats and until the president is out, we're together and not doing football. the team's head coach gary pinkle backed his team with this picture. with the black members of the team, and now that is up there. not quite sure what is happening. except i can tell you that players and coach locked arms and he tweeted for his part the mist into -- mizzou family
stands as one, matt, today was the day and the president is gone. >> reporter: yeah, he is. and moments ago i spoke to a student who has been on campus all day and says4)3vo up. listen to the student on the hunger strike, what he had to say. >> we had wherein alerts -- written litters, used social media and done rallies and ago thursdayás,a but were continualy nod listened to by administration. >> now, shepard today happens to be weekly media day on campus soing we might hear from the coach and football players on
strike. >> the hunger strike is over, and we'll see what happens. next. dons in accused of murdering a six-year-oldd child, doing so right in front of the boy's father. now there is body camera video from an officer. it's not helping them. the details next. at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact.
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police body camera video shows a father had his hands in air before two deputy marshals fired off 18 gunshots and killed the map's six-year-old son who was sitting in at the front seat of the man's car. a judge set bail for one million dollars each for these two officers. norris greenhouse is one of them. and the other, derrick stafford.
they're facing charges of murder in the second degree, and attempted second degree murder. mourners today also gathered at a funeral for the boy, his name was jeremy martis, an autistic first grader. the officers shot him five times in his chest and his head. they also say the officers shot the father, twice, but he survived, and relatives say he is in the hospital and could not make it to his son's funeral as a result. the shooting happen last week, marksville, louisiana. reports candidate the officers were serving a wayne on the father when they chased hem down a dead-end road. state police say there were no warrants to already arrest and they did notice find a gun at the scene. in other words the man they believe was not armed. police have not released a 9-1-1 call or the video from the officers' body cameras women got the information about the video from the judge north,. the head of the state police
saying the video was, quote, the most disturbing thing he has ever seen. he also says the boy was still buckled in his seat. his father with his hands in the air next to him when the child was shot dead. the father's fiancee reportedly says he was afraid of those marshals because he had some kind of dispute with one of them in the past. john laura is a criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor. it's the dispute we need to figure out. >> this is one of the most horrific things you can imagine in terms of a police shooting there appear to be no justification for this, absolutely no issue of self-defense, doesn't appear that police officers were executing on a warrant or chasing a suspect, after a crime had been committed, or that they were in any danger. at this point it's impossible to figure out what their defense could be.
at trial. >> it's hard to find a police officer in the line of duty even accused and charged with murder in the second degree. >> if a been practicing law 30 years, there's a federal prosecutor and defense lawyer, never heard of it. second degree murder means you had the specific intent to kill without justification. never hear that about a police officer in the line of duty. >> the suggestion is not they had a specific intent to kill the six-year-old but a specific intent to kill the father, and if while intending to kill someone you inned a vert itly kill someone else it's the same thing. >> absolutely. 18 shots as an unarmed man in a car and there happens to be a young boy there, strapped in, that's second degree murder unless the police come if with a justifiable defense and right now there's none.
>> the thing that is most baffling to me that's officer knew he had body camera on him, knew when the man had a weapon or that the man's hands were not in the air, surely he knew the body camera would show something different. >> absolutely. incredible that this would be done with a body camera. shows you, though, the importance of body cameras, and in fact, now jurors want to see the actual live camera, because we all have cell phones and have devices now. so this is going to be very important at trial. >> goes both ways. my friends who are cops to a man or woman say, thank god for the body cameras. >> absolutely. because if you're doing nothing wrong, then you have nothing to be concerned about. here this body camera, shep, is going to be dispositive of the case. >> there's a reason the two have such a high bond, million dollars each in louisiana. a lot more to come in this case. the video will come and the mine one one calls. >> lawmakers here in new york city are calling for congress to extend the law that renews health benefits for the fir
responders of the 9/11 attacks. thousands and thousands of men and women got sick after breathing in the toxic air at ground zero. one of the latest victims buried today. we had a senator on, done stories, about how this will go through. who would be against such aing there for people -- well, the bill is gone. it expired and their health is not there. we'll give you the details. plus president obama meeting with benjamin netanyahu for the first time since their disagreement over the iran nuclear deal. wait until you see how this went. that's coming up as we approach the bottom over the hour and the top of the news on fox news channel.
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am nearby mcdonald's. >> major cleanup in wisconsin after a train derail spilled thousands of gallons of crude oil. the fire chief there says officials evacuated dozens of homes. one of two freight trains to derail in wisconsin over the weekend. nobody hurt. and in virginia, funeral today at arlington national cemetery for the actress, maureen o'hara. the miracle on 34th street star dade last month. she was 95. she is being buried next to to her husband who served in the united states air force. maureen o'hara, what 950. bottom of the hour, top of the news, right after this.
it's the bottom of the hour, time for the top of the news. the president now says the u.s. will launch a full investigation after two americans died in the shooting at police compound, a training compound in jordan. investigator says the gunman killed five people, wounded two other americans before cops shot him dead. this happened this morning
outside the capital. jordannan officials say the gunman was a police captain. the u.s. officials say the americans who died were part of a state department police training program. jennifer griffin at the pentagon this afternoon. what more do we know about this? >> reporter: well, state department spokesman john kirby just confirmed the contractor killed and wounded in the attack worked for a defense contractor based in mcclain, virginia. the americans who were injured were air lifted to the king hussein hospital in ammann. the gunman was wearing a jordanian military uniform. president obama dressed the attack while meeting with the israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu, at the white house. >> a full investigation is taking place. we take this very seriously and will be working closely with the jordanians to determine exactly what happened. >> , my president, first let me express the condolences of the people of israel for the loss of american lives.
we're with you. >> reporter: the police training facility was established in 2003 and used by the state department to train iraqi and palestinian police. >> are you hearing anything on a motive? >> reporter: the state department said it could not confirm the gunman was jordannan so initial reports suggested he was a police captain who worked at the facility and may have been fired. married with two children. the attack comes ten years to the day after suicide bombers sent by zarqwi, the leader of al qaeda at the time, attacked a hotel, killing 60 people. a white house spokesman says they have nod established a motive for the attack. >> cowardly act like this one, only reinforces the determination of the united states in our partners around the world to stand up with those countries that are trying to build the kind of police force and law enforcement that is
critical to preserving security and order inside their countries. >> the attack resembled the so-called green on blue attacks by afghanistan soldiers and police being trained by u.s. personnel. >> the president hosted the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu today. first time since netanyahu publicly campaigned against his nuclear deal with iran. the president suggested today that has not formed their relationship. >> it's no secret that the prime minister and i have had a strong disagreement on this narrow issue, but we don't have a disagreement on the need to make sure that iran does not gate nuclear weapon and we don't have a disagreement 0 about the important of is blunting destabilizing activities. >> the two world leaders focused on the renewed violence between the israelis and the palestinians. president obama insisting israel has he right to protect itself and netanyahu is indicating he is looking for a diplomatic solution. >> we have not given up our hope for peace.
we'll never give up our hope for peace. and i remain committed to a vision of peace, of two states for two peoples, a demilitarized palestinian state and recognizing the jewish state. >> the president and prime minister discussed a new security agreement that kind crease america's military assistance to israel. peter baker is the chief white house correspondent for "the new york times" newspaper. join us live from the washington newsroom. the optics of it all were pretty good today. they seemed okay. >> they wanted to present a image of two guys getting over it. neither one of them took any shots at the other. in fact, prime minister netanyahu didn't even mention the iran issue. president obama called it a narrow issue. their point here is, we have a relationship and we have to go forward, even though we have had this big rupture. that doesn't mean they'll be best friend but they recognize
in the 15 months live before president obama leaves office there's a lot of business to be bun and one is make touring she iran deal works since it's now in place at least until the end of the obama presidency. >> of course another to stop the violence between the israelis and the palestinians, something we don't hear about every day here in the united states, but is certain lay very big deal there. the key would be to bring leaders from all sides together. have they been able to figure that out. >> what president obama said he hoped they could find a way to begin moving back toward progress on that. both prime minister netanyahu, and his election campaign last spring, and president obama in more recent conversations, said they don't expect there to be a two-state solution in at least the next year or so. so what they're trying to do is at least get the two sides back on to a path where they're talking, where they're cooperating, at least on some level, and where they can tone down the -- turn down the heat as the president put it in terms of violence happening lately with the stab examination the
retaliation. >> rhetorically we want a two-state solution. rhetorically we hope for peace. regarding action on ground, are there actions that suggest we're moving in that direction? >> well, there aren't a lot of specific things people can look at the moment. but twice now during the obama presidency, the palestinians and israelis came together to have some sort solve negotiation process, both times didn't work, didn't go anywhere, but john kerry, secretary of state, is a relentless promoter of the idea that there are still possibilities here, and i think he should expect to see him in the next year pushing forward to see if we can't get them back to the table. he is probably more optimist stick on that than almost anybody but he hasn't given up yet. >> the prime minister so vocal in his condemnation of the essence of this nuclear deal, as the process was going on, today not as much of that rhetoric that not the positions have
changed, means there's something else going on that would quiet that at least for the moment. can you help us understand what that is. >> he recognizes that in fact the fight is lost. congress voted and that fight is over so he has to make the best of the deal and he has made a point of trying to repair the partisan nature of the fight by addressing tonight the conservative american enterprise institute, but tomorrow the liberal center for american progress, trying to say the supporting israel shouldn't be an issue even though that's the way it came across. >> good to talk to you thank you so much. >> always good to talk to you. >> the and a quarter city major bill de blasio is calling for congress to permanent hill renew the law that gives medical care too 9/11 first responders. it's called -- named for in the new york police detective who died of a respiratory disease after working at ground zero, after the attacks of 9/11. we reported last month that the act expired after congress, for
various reasons, failed to renew it. it was -- the fund will not run out of money until next year but then, well, it does. the mayor says renewing it shouldn't be a political issue at all. >> it's not a red issue, not a blueish, this is a redding are white and whether you -- blueish. are we going to take care of those who responded everybody an attack on our nation? the answer must be yet. >> how many people are sick in the fedded say an estimated 33,000 people have gotten sick directly from bringing in the dust after the towers collapsed. 33,000. just last week the nypd lieutenant marcy sums died of lung cancer, she was 51. she said the air at ground zero after 9/11 felt like it was, quote, burning your throat. rick leventhal was there and did. supporters say this isn't just a
new york city issue. there are victims all over the country. >> because they were coming from al over the country. people are getting treatment in all 50 states for respiratory illnesses and cancer and other health issues connected to their work on the toxic pile in the weeks and months after 9/11. supporters of the act say in addition to the 33,000 you mentioned, tens of thousands more could still develop serious health issues and new york city police officers, more have tied since 9/11 than died on 9/11 and now the clock is ticking on the bet -- benefits. >> we asked them to come to 9/11 to the disaster site. we asked them to stay to look for survivors, to find remains to do the cleanup, and we told them the air was safe, and now they're dying of horrible cancer. >> if the act isn't reauthorized she says more people will absolutely die. >> where is the shame and what is the holdup? >> well, many are blaming this republican congressman from virginia who introduced a competing bill described as a
watered down version and with a five-year time limit and less compensation for the victims. that's why the, in city mayor was on the steps of city hall with other congressional leaders to call on the leadership in congress to get rid of the other bill and permanently reauthorize this act. >> never forget is more than a slogan. more than a bumper sticker. it is a sacred promise, to take care of those who risked their lives to take care of us. >> congresswoman maloney says if this bill went to congress tomorrow, it would pass with bipartisan support, by the way so the idea now is to pressure leadership to make that happen. >> and senator jill brant said give your congress person a call. >> call them, e-mail them, flood their inbox. >> let them know how you feel. >> yes. >> thank you, rick. investigators say they're 90% sure it was a bomb that took down the russian airliner that crashed in egypt last week, kill all 224 people onboard. one investigator is now telling
the reuters news service. egyptian official says the jet's cockpit voice roared picked up a distinct noise before it stopped working. and analysis indicates the noise was an explosion from a bomb. meantime, abc news is reporting the islamic state may have recruited an airport worker to plant a bomb on a jet. it also reports investigators are looking for him by searching through employee records and surveillance video, and isis affiliate in the sinai peninsula claimed responsibility for the crash. but investigators have said it's still too early to know definitive live what caused it. a manhunt is underway for somebody who shot a judge in her driveway. that and how the investigator says the shooter got the judge to get out of her car before opening fire. that's coming up from the fox news deck. good thing geico offers affordable renters insurance. with great coverage it protects my personal belongings
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cop says judge julie coseric is in serious condition now but is expected to fully recover. the shooting happened on friday, friday night, at her home outside austin. police there told the austin american statesman newspaper, this looks to them like an assassination attempt. they've say the judge had just come from a high school football game and somebody blocked her driveway with a garbage can or trash can, forcing the driver to get out of the car and that's when the shootser opened fire. investigators say they're now reviewing hundreds of her past court cases, trying too see if there's anybody who may have wanted revenges. trace gallagher has more. >> we know that she was with her family when he attack happened and that nobody else was hurt. when the driver got out of the car to move the trash can, the judge was shot at while she was inside the car. neighbors say they heard four or five shots in ranched discussion. -- in rapid succession, she may
have been hit by flying glass and shrapnel. she has received a none of threats but a former judge says the list could be lengthy. listen. >> every year she has a thousand new defendants charged with felony crimes, but 16,000 people charged with felony crimes she has dealt with. >> reporter: on the night of the shooting p the suspect caught a brach because it was dark and police said it was difficult to see anything. >> this judge, at one time, had a run-in of sort with the texas for rick perry, right? >> reporter: in fact the judge was initially tapped to preside over then governor pele's felon abuse of power case. after rick perry was indict held issued scathing comment says, quote, this fares of a prosecution will be revealed for what it is and those responsible will be held to account.
the judge took that as a threat to the grand jury, warning the governor he was not above the law and the grand jury would not be intimidated. the judge recused herself because when she was appointed to the bench in 1999 by then-governor george w. bush, rick perry was the lieutenant governor. at the time the judge was a republican, in 2006, she switched to the dem create -- democratic party. >> the world antidoping agency calling for a ban that would prevent russia from comb peteing in the olympics. that is after a bombshell report released detailing what it describes as state sponsored doping mook russian athletes -- among russian athletes. investigators found deeply rooted culture of cheating and rater the antidoping agency has a, quote, practice of providing advance notice of tests and officials routinely accept bribe
dropped athletes. moscow has vehemently designed the accusations. regulators have given russia a week before deciding to suspend. i knife kriz video of the state of mississippi. a giant sinkhole opened up in a parking lot of the ihop while folks inside were just chowing on pancakes. and all of the cars fell in. there's drone video, and it's nuts. next.
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a british daredevil just released video that shows him climbing the eiffel tower. james kingston says he recorded the video as the scaled the landmark in paris last year. look at this. he says security teams didn't even realize he was there and got near the top and managed to hide from them for eight hours. kingston says police arrested him but eventually released him without pressing charges because paris, he says they made him promise not to try to climb the tower, quote, for the next three years. china is right now seeing some of its worst air pollution on record. look at this. environmental experts say smog levels in the northeastern part of the country got so bad over the weekend that they reached 50 times the limit of what the world health organization considers safe. a new record. expert says one of the biggest reasons could be it's the start of winter, which means more people are burning coal for heat. officials are asking children, the elderly and anybody with respiratory issues, to stay
indoors indefinitely. we'll be right back with a nod to this day in history and a bizarre kidnapping involving heineken and chinese food. and i quit smoking with chantix. i don't know that i can put into words how happy i was when i quit. it's like losing some baggage, i don't have to carry it around with me anymore. chantix made it possible for me to quit smoking. along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. chantix definitely helped reduce my urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. some had seizures while taking chantix. if you have any of these, stop chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of mental health problems, which could get worse or of seizures. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you have these, stop chantix and call your doctor right away as some can be life-threatening. tell your doctor if you have heart or blood vessel problems, or develop new or worse symptoms. get medical help right away if you have symptoms of a heart attack or stroke.
on this day in 1983, gunmen kidnapped the boss heineken breweries. his name, fredy heineken. the richest businessman in all of the netherlandses and the grandson of the beer joint's founder -- beer giant's founder. five suspects abduct hid driver and him in broad daylight and held them hostage for weeks in an abandoned warehouse. one of the kidnappers let the police to the hideout after he picked up chinese food and brought it back there. when news breaks otherwise we'll fracture because breaking news changes everything. rough day on the dow. new concerns today after a
report out of china that the overall economic growth is not what it could be. oil is up. the dow, the nasdaq, s&p, all down. "your world" begins right now. >> from milwaukee, this where is it all comes down in this milwaukee theater where they expect to cram 3400 avid, rabid debate fans into a room for two separate debates, featuring men and one woman who harbor the dream of being the next president of the united states. at issue, economic issues, which we're told will dominate polls across the country, and now one across the world. the dominant themes that matter whether you live in istanbul or milwaukee, wisconsin. how am i going to make a better life for myself? how much more