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cameo on "super girl." hold on to it. on the overtime, foxnews.com/outnumbered and click on over time tab. we're back on tv tomorrow at noon eastern. right now, "happening now" starts.
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at 7:00 eastern and the main event at 9:00 p.m. it is still anyone's race. and carl joins us in the milwaukee theater, carl? >> reporter: jon, the debate is
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pit on theal. and it is a virtual tie between carson and trump and then dropping down to marco rubio in the teens and jeb bush and ted cruz battling for third, i mean fourth. for ben carson it is a tough week with. he was outraged to a a bock stories. two of them corrob greated. but the reporters started the questions. and donald trump raised questions about carson's honesty. and jeb bush and marco rubio is in a battle. the super pac made it clear for bush they are prepared to launch's campaign on rubio. and rubio will use jeb bush's
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only words against him that jeb was praiseful for rubio. and ted cruz hovering at third and battling with with a number of candidates and not directly engaging in the personal attacks for the campaign. tonight it is focused on economics and job issues. the candidates are spending much of their time not talking about policy. they are talking about it in the town hall. chris christie was moved to the lower tier debate and not on the prime time stage. a lot at stake here. and the washington post abc news poll. all of them are in positively terry nicholsory. and ben carson with a number of republicans that view him positively. he is popular and a lot of
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people want to scuff him up. jon. >> we'll see if that happens. >> thank you. >> you can catch the debate on the fox business network. and as we said first debate starts at 7:00. and main event at 9:00. and the wall street and fox business network. deputy to fox business.com/channel finder. >> i will speak with the republican national committee chairman. he had strong reactions on how the gop candidates were treated last time. he was not the only one. his expectations for tonight's debate coming up. >> and ben carson is sitting on top of the polls. the question is how long that will last. david writes this. donald trump and ben carson lead
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the pack. they have never spent a day in office. but support of both renigate contenders will eventually collapse and provide an opening for a more traditional candidate to emerge. >> david, i know you did that and blog that. but why the questions, we have the fourth debate and two gentlemen remain in the center of the stage, and why the reti sense for the gop circles to expect them at the lead. >> they can't believe it is happening. you talk to consultants and they don't have an answer for carson and trump other than than voters will evaluate them and eventually when it comes to the voting booth and making the serious decision move to someone with experience. this is what has happen in the
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past and when i talked to the same campaign back in august. voters will get serious by the fall and it hasn't happen yet and carson and trump remain on top. and now you can see two senators, mark row rubio and ted cruz maneuvering and competing to be standing there if carson and trump do implode. that's what the establishment thinks will happen. >> if the establishment thinks that those potential candidates. rubio and cruz are traditional. it is interesting, they don't have a ton of experience in elected office. rubio has been in office in florida, but you are not talking about the big national names that you have known for decades. >> that is true. that's why cruz and rubio are in the second tier above the rest of these guys. a year ago, you heard about how
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many governors were in the republican fold and how they wanted someone outside of washington to run against the problem -- probabable nominee, hillary clinton. >> to bring it to the polling that carl cameron showed. the new poll, this polling was done over the last few days, and see from wednesday, thursday of last subpoena. among the republicans, ben carson is on top. and this is an interesting few days for ben carson and this polling was done in that time. if you look at the national carson remains on top. and rubio comes in the top three. and this seems to be reflecting
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the point that you are making. perhaps for a wider audience rubio is where the circles are looking. >> that's where you can see the establishment and donors in the past week after the last debate starting to graveitate to him. the rubio campaign has told me they have netted 25 previously undecided donors that were watching and waiting and not sure where they would go and they are moving to rubio. and bush's campaign and carl reporting how they are looking at rubio as being the last man standing. they are not talking about carson and trump. it could be a error thinking that trump and carson will implode. but if you talk to the campaigns, they are not focused on trump and carson as much as rubio. i think there is a risk at going at carson. when the media reports looked
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into his biograpy he raised 4.58 million in the last week. it can be a risk to go after him. >> you talk to all different sources in the board. what are you watching for tonight, what narrative are you seeing play out on stage. >> i think because it is focused on economics and on jobs and tax plans. it will be intshgs bush and rubio put out a lot of policy details and carson and trump have not. and it will be interesting to see if carson puts out the details to put depth behind his candidacy. they like the guy, but will he come with more to bear and offer to shore some of those voters in the establishment sector of the party that he's ready to be the nominee and ready to answer those tough questions.
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i think a lot of attention will be on carson tonight. >> and whether or not the establishment elite circles are needed as much as they have been in the past. and these candidates are doing just fine without them. that is an interesting state of affairs. >> thank you very much. >> we don't want to forget the democratic side. hillary clinton has a commanding lead over bernie sanders in south carolina. attention will shift there in a short time. and the latest poll shows clinton with 69 percent of the vote and martin o'malley at one percent p. the voters could be swayed still. >> and who ever wins the white house will inherret the battle against isis in syria and iraq. since the start of the year, the u.s. has flown 95ercent of the
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strikes over syria. and the role will get bigger with middle east allies turning their attention elsewhere. jennifer? >> reporter: jon, the defense secretary vowed to increase the flights over syria the pept gone brags about 65 coalition partners, the u.s. is carrying out the bulk of the air strikes. 78 percent of those in iraq and syria and 95 percent if you take syria alone where great britain refused to fly. american f- 16s are sent to turkey. now the turks have agreed the u.s. can use the air base. they will protect the turkish border and could find themselves face-to-face with russian pilots. jordan who lost a pilot over syria is reluctant to fly
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missions. the jordanian pilots have not flown many over syria and saudi arabia last struck syria in september because of a new war against iranian backed rebels in yemen. and the u.s. doesn't have an aircraft carrier in the gulf. ten percent of the 8000 air strikes in syria were floun off of the aircraft carrier deck. the french is sending their carrier this month, but the french only carried out a handful of strikes in syria and canada's new prime minister vowed to end canada's role altogether. and leaves the u.s. shouldering the air campaign against isis. >> thank you, jennifer.
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the justice department fighting back. where the case on immigration will head next. and rnc reince preibus is standing by. you remember reince talking about the big changes after the last debate. >> obviously, we had assurances that it will be straight up finance which is what they do every day. >> can you imagine. >> cleared 5
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>> these are people who put on a decent show in the morning on cnbc. they did a debate four years agoing that was a decent debate. and we had assurances that it is straight up finance which is
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what they do every day. >> can you imagine -- >> it was a crap sandwich. >> that was chairman reince priebus. his thoughts were echoed by many on the stage. and prompted the campaigns to lay out demands for the debates from here on out. reince i know you have talked to the president of nbc. have they repaired the relationship and seen another debate. >> we have time for that. that debate is not until the end of february. we don't have to be in a hur toe deal with that. we'll work with the candidates on on that and get through tonight and it will be a great debate which can't come soon enough as you know. and then we'll deal with nbc issue in the months to come.
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>> there is a lot on the line here, david wrote in the washington examiner that this is the candidates last chance to make a first impression, do you agree? >> it is it an incredible good chance to make an impression. we are seeing record- breaking numbers. debates are not the only thing. and not all about being a debater, but they are important. and i am happy, and it appears that fox business is putting on a debate about the economy with substance and give the candidates enough time to respond. everybody seems pretty happy right now and i used this example, like the lions going to lambeau field. packers need a win and we need a good debate. >> and i made the mistake it was
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david drubbinger. ronald reagan said thou shalt not criticize a fellow republican. they are criticizing each other quite a bit. appropriate or not? >> i think ronald reagan went through bruising primaries himself, but i agree we ought to be respectful to each other and try to be be as kind as we can as republicans. we have to understand it is a primary and there will be elbows thrown and jabs and you have to work through it and move on to the general election. there is no correlation between tough primaries and winning and losing. hillary clinton and bark bookkeeper obama they nearly gouged each other's eyes out. and bill clinton, democrat, they went on to beat an incumbent president. and the truth is, just because there is a tough primary doesn't
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mean you have problems in the general election. >> there was an interesting attack directed at you and fox news from governor pataki, tweeting out. the union leader is right. fox news and republican chairman are out to kill the primary. what do you isn'ting >> the governor is entitled to his opinion and i respect and admire him. but the union leader editorial. we carved new hampshire in. and we did it as i was chairman at rnc. and debate it again in cleveland. early states have their status because of the rules of the republican national committee. it will be debated gooen again in cleveland. we admir new hampshire status.
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and obviously, it is a subject that is constantly debated >> all right. reince priebus, chairman of the republican national committee. you are looking forward to tonight as are we with. thanks for spending part of your day with us. >> who do you think will win the main gop debate tonight. go to foxnews.com/happeningnow and join the conversation. >> a retired navy pilot making it his business to work with vets. and then there is also this. stop, stop. unbelievable video. a driver rams a police officer with her car and the story gets crazier from here. and we'll tell you about it next. jeb bush: leadership means you've got to be all in. it's not about yappin'. it's not about talking. it's about doing.
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>> a police officer in oklahoma somehow survives being rammed by a speeding suv. watch this. >> stop, stop. and this is only one part of the story. fox affiliate kokh has the story. >> they are trying to catch an suv reported stolen. this is the video from the body cam friday. officer stacey said he had just gotten out of his car. the force knocked him down but
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the not hurt. we saw him get up and start running. >> and they just ran. >> this is video. this officer was able to catch up to the suv when it stopped. they tried to take the driver in custody. >> after yelling at her and asking her to cooperate. she popped out in the sun roof and yelling and saying she's got. and the officer fires a stun gun at her. >> others entered and opening the door and they arrest her for sui and possession of a stolen have and it was wild. it was amazing he was not injured seriously. >> this shows the unexpected that can happen in and control
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and the dangers that officers have to face now. >> they know every time they come to work, there is a risk. it makes it more stressful. you are a target because you are in uniform. >> can you believe he survived and continued to make the arrest? >> unbelievable. people criticize police officers and look at the restraint they used. >> that is good police work. >> that was an elementary school they cornered her in. and great job for the report. we appreciate the full story. >> hats off to the men and women in bluchlt there is a scandal rocking the world of olympics sports. o one nation covering up a lot of cheating. and spending 15 years behind
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world of olympics sports. international group accuses russian athletes of violating the rules in past olympics games. could they lose medals and could it go to americans >> reporter: death threats and russian spies and athletes paying hundreds of thousands to avoid a positive test. this is a damming report. and points the finger in the russian state. this is the obscure laboratory be outside of moscow where athletes went to be prescreened. it was set up see that athletes would never be caught. that is the russian equivalent of the cian in the soult e games.
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it was part of direct intimidation by the russian state. but it was also in place for profit. and one runner who paid 480000 to russian officials to avoid a positive test. and russian athletes were doping and those who refused to take banned substances were excluded. putin will sdrusz what to do. and russia has until friday to respond. there is positive news. american athletes may now be getting medals. and that is perhaps a little bit of justice, jon. >> wow, benjamin hall reporting from london. 99 percent. thank you.
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>> and tomorrow is veteran's day. one retired navy pilot is giving back being to fellow members in the military. he is hiring them for a long board business. it is benefitting them in more ways than one. >> reporter: mike malonnie, who is responsible for this long board here, is using something fun as a way to improve lives and livelihoods of those who served our nation and their families. >> next thing i knew, i had a job on a handshake. >> tracey was laid-off when her husband's military service helped her to land a job. >> it was a purple heart and she runs the production. >> malopy is a former u.s. navy pilot. and his company is dedicated to the line. they are works of hard and heff with military and law
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enforcement symbolism. half of the work forces veterans. >> you can put an impublic task in front of us and we'll find a way to get it done. that's why we actively seek out veterans. >> they are very respectful of the employers and of company time and people that they work with as well. >> it is an honor. >> the company helps recovering heros and putting boards in their had hand and feet. >> that's how the board will turn. >> mahoney hopes disabled vets will benefit from the boards down the road. >> there are see many parallels and how it relates to mental will and emotional balance. >> it is great, great board and great time, yeah.
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>> and coda stands for knights of the era. it was given to earliest fighter pilots and we thank you for introducing us to mike and the wonderful story. >> did you try out the board in an effort to do research? did you take it for a spin? >> reporter: no, when i tried to get on it this morning, the crew said don't do that. it is hanging here and it is pretty. >> it is it pretty and a work of art and we'll make sure the viewers can check it out. thank you and great to see it on air. >> elsewhere in the work force, there is unrest and you might notice it in your own city. fast-food workers walking off the job and demanding $15 an hour. tens of thousands of workers plan to hold rallies today. it kicks off a grassroots.
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fight for 15. and vowing to back the candidates who supports their cause. >> fox news alert. new information on the fight over immigration. justice department will seek a supreme court ruling on president obama's action. after the ruling stopped the deportation of people living here illegally. the obama administration argues they can defer diportation. but the states are challenging his plans in court. greg jarret. on staff attorney is here with more. >> the court of appeals said the president does not have the power to not enforce the law. >> he exceeded his authority by not deporting the people p. he usurped congress and defied
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existing law and imposed a huge financial burden on the states. tex tees was the lead plaintiff here. >> they were harmed and never given an opportunity to have a say and the 70 page opinion fifth circity court of appeals was detailed and social security and medicare and unemployment insurance and subsidized driver's license. and that is the wrong quote. and tax credits that they are available for. that is a burden on the states and not to mention the government. and the president department follow legal legislative procedures. >> he didn't help his case when he said before p the election. he didn't have the legal ability to do it. and the election comes and goes
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and he does? >> and when he made the announcement of amnesty. and he had the prosecutorial action to do it. the court didn't buy that. declineing to prosecutor does not transform president's deemed unlawful by congress into lawful presence. and see basically you are right. the president was the best witness against himself in the case. 22 times, said i don't have the legal authority to do. that and he did it. >> he took an oath to faithfully uphold the laws and the constitution, and see essentially the court is saying, mr. president you have to do this. >> interestingly, this 70 page decision dodged that issue and they broached it and said this is an argument made by the state. the lower court did. and this goes to the court court
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and doj said we are appeal to the supreme court. and the high court justices will deal with that. >> greg, thank you. >> jon, a mysterious light in the sky has a lot of people talking. we have the answer on what it is, next.
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>> asking questions about a mysterious white light. the navy carried out a second missile test. william is live with more. >> reporter: jenna, the difference is that yesterday's teach launch happen at noon and no one saw it unlike saturday night when basically everyone from san francisco and mexico could see it as any 911 operator would tell you, west coast assumed it was et or a ufo. white light traveling horizontal than a plane. >> it is not a regular airport. it was a a enormous bright light. >> the missile launch from a submarine toward hawaii and marshal islands carrying a dummy
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war hood. and the during the day no one saw it. and 14 ohio class subs that carry these trident missiles and capable of hitting targets. they were part of a test to make sure everything still work. >> they tested them and yet question why saturday night when everyone was watching. what message was the navy trying to send knowing that the video would go voiral. it is a reminder to our adversaris that you don't need to see it to know that it has a long reach. >> convicted killer turns internet sensation and gets a second chance at freedom. what evidence that the judge
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>> new information on a legal story that is happening. the podcast request "serial" it was down loaded 100 million times already. he was convicted in the murder of a high school girlfriend. he received a life sentence and now 15 years later, his attorneys are hoping that new evidence will help him get a new trial. the victim's family said they are confident that the right person is behind bars.
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>> he feels calm about it and before. and sad. >> it is a legal panel. and criminal defense attorney all right, they are going to offer a new hearing. that's not the same as a new trial. >> no. it's a hearing to see whether or not he will get a new trial. it's a very high bargain doing that. every jail says i'm not guilty. >> the prisons are full of innocent men. >> here they really had a few things. this defense counsel did not try to get an interview who said i was in a local library talking to him at the time of killing. she was never interviewed.
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they found an expert who said i testified but the prosecution kept from him information that says, you know, these cell phone records aren't that good. >> all of this was collected by the producers of the podcast. they did a lot of the work his attorneys should have done. >> true. the court will be suspicious of this claim that my attorney didn't do his job. >> she signed an affidavit saying i was never interviewed. >> does the public interest in this case and the amount of questions that have been raised by the podcast, does that have no bearing on the court? >> it had bearing.
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>> there's a two prong test that he has to satisfy. one, he has to show there's now evidence. >> there is. >> seems to state that. secondly, he has to show or his defense team has to show that reasonable diligence would no have shown this. >> then you have the prosecutor who have upheld. >> prosecutors not going to see. >> say your attorney exercising
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due diligence, submit the phone records. that was reasonable. >> you can't blame the guy for that. >> you spent a long time in the legal profession. it's pretty common. o.j. tried it. had a great attorney for his first case and throws that attorney under the bus for the appeal. is that what's going on? >> very common. it's almost malpractice not to do that. here, if that information really was with held and that expert would not have testified the way he did and if the lawyers never found the witnesses who was talking with him, i don't know. that's pretty tough to overcome. >> we're talking now 15 years after the original conviction. 17 years after the original
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crime. people's memories have changed. people might have died. can you still order up a new trial and expect it to be fair given the passage of time? >> that's part of what the defendant opens. if they're successful, the judge ordered hearing. they will call his prior lawyer and question him. if somehow the defendant prevailed there could be a deal. the da could say we'll let you have time served. >> the many questions raised suggest this guy is completely innocent of this woman's murder. >> i think the podcast raises the question.
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>> could the judge say you've done enough in. >> no, not in a criminal case like this. >> it's not that you walk free but you get a new trial. >> look for wheel of justice podcast. investigating crimes just like this. >> we'll get you 100 million downloads. >> you got to. >> thank you. speaking of the power of social media. how this came to be in our final 30, next.
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big day? ah, the usual. moved some new cars. hauled a bunch of steel. kept the supermarket shelves stocked. made sure everyone got their latest gadgets. what's up for the next shift? ah, nothing much. just keeping the lights on. (laugh) nice. doing the big things that move an economy. see you tomorrow, mac. see you tomorrow, sam. just another day at norfolk southern. time for the final 30 and the power of social media
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reunites a family with their dog. he was stolen from his family's front yard in fresno. heartbroken mom went on facebook for help. someone saw her post and found the dog for sale on craigslist, bought him and took him to the family. the woman said she had no idea he was stolen. >> forget dalmations. crew crews are training elephants to put out forest fires. there's another way in our animal segment final 30. >> they can stomp out the fires as well. >> the debate will be fun to watch on fox news. foxbusiness.com/chann foxbusiness.com/channelfinder.
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not as many candidates on the two teenages. you'll hear more from your favorites. >> thanks so much for joining us. >> the real story with gretchen carlson starts now. get excited. we're just five hours away from the high stakes republican candidate fighting for the spotlight. this is the real story today. fox business network hosting the fourth gop debate. contenders will take the stage this milwaukee. nothing is off limits. what can we expect from the candidates? donald trump says he has no plans to hammer ben carson. he finds some of the questions raised hard to ignore. >> i've never seen anything like it. people are

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