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confirmation that the drone strike did, in fact, kill jihadi john but a senior u.s. defense official tells fox news right now they're 99% sure they got him. the pentagon released a statement saying in part u.s. forces conducted an airstrike in raqqa, syria, on november 12th, 2016, targeting jihadi john. we are assessing the results of tonight's operation and we will provide additional information as and where appropriate. the senior u.s. defense official tells fox news that the drone had been tracking mohamma mohammad eawazi when he was meeting with other people. when he came out of a meeting and a positive i.d. occurred, that's when the strikes commenced. the british national became the face of the islamic state last year when the terrorist group released propaganda videos ofbeg american journalist steve and james foley, abdul rahmani as
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well as british aide workers and japanese journalist kengi goto. david cameron will make a statement later today. >> garrett live for us. thank you, garrett. >> reporter: you've got it. to another fox news alert for you right now. happening now, the search is on for a cold-blooded killer who shot a pastor's wife in the head. a many da blackburn was shot all while her young son was at home. she died in the hospital a day later. patricia stark is here with the very latest for us. good morning, patricia. >> good morning, heather and anna. just days after her tragic death officials are now ruling out amanda blackburn's husband as a suspect in the attempted robbery turned murder. the pastor said he found his wife shot in the head and his 1-year-old unharmed after he got home from the gym.
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they confirm his claim. police have also ruled out any other family members as suspects in amanda's death. the now widowed pastor blackburn releasing a statement saying it's impossible to communicate all the emotions my heart has been forced to process. i have not only lost my ministry partner and support but also my very best friend. police are now focusing on whether this deadly home invasion was related to other recent break-ins in the area. a neighbor said that amanda had talked to him about the crimes right before she was shot. >> she had been here ten years or so. pretty safe neighborhood. i said, yes. then two weeks later this happened. it's all i thought about last night at work so, i mean, yeah. it's just hard. unbelievable when it happens in your own neighborhood. >> police are now combing through another neighbor's home security foot take for any new leads. they're offering a $1,000 reward for information. than? >> patricia, thank you so much. two minutes after the hour.
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a man pointing dangerous green lasers in the eyes of pilots allegedly flying planes and helicopters in the sky. the nbc new york chopper noticed the man after he shined a green laser on wednesday night but instead of flying away, that cameraman zoomed in to pinpoint the alleged crook. cops moved in. one man was arrested. he's also accused of pointing a laser at a second news chopper that very same night. none of the pilots were hurt. and we are learning more about the man who ran over a police officer in a texas sanctuary city. he's an illegal alien deported three times over the past ten years. eduardo rios is charged with plowing down a dallas captain where the officer worked part time at a nightclub. i.c.e. has placed a retainer on rio. all retainers will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
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illegal immigration debate takes center stage in the race for the presidency. the other candidates aren't the only one taking aim at donald trump. in an exclusive interwith abc news, president obama mocks the man who may one day be his replacement. >> imagine the images on the screen flashed around the world as we were dragging parents away from their children and putting them in detention centers and systematically sending them out. nobody thinks that that is realistic, but more importantly, that's not who we are as americans. >> at tuesday night's republican debate donald trump taunted -- or he tauted his plan to deport 11 million immigrants living in the united states illegally. his so-called deportation force is sparked by eisenhower's plan that sent 1 million laborers back to new mexico in the 1950s. trump said his plan is necessary
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and humane. >> mine is not mean spirited. mine is -- it's business. we have a country. if people are allowed to walk in, cross the border and stay here for as long as they want, you don't have a country. i had one candidate say you're right but i'm not going to take that on politically. everybody knows i'm right. i don't think it's even tough. i'll say this, it will be done in a humane way, professionally. the people can come back in but they have to come back in through a legal process. >> the president says trump's plan will cost the country billions of dollars. campus reform at claremont mechanics college in claremont, california. >> literally your job to help us, to take care of us when we don't feel safe and supported on this campus. >> dean of students mary fellman has resigned after her office was accused of not doing enough after, quote, making students of color feel welcome. the tipping point was this group of students using negative
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stereotypes for halloween costumes and the feud caught on camera between a missouri student journalist and reporter isn't done yet. the reporter has filed an assault claim for that confrontation. clique has resigned and apologized to sheerbecker. meanwhile, the university of missouri has named black law professor mikele middleton as the interim president. it's time now to take a look at who's talking. david clark is sounding off on the chaos on college campuses across the country. now he says most students don't even know what their rights are. >> this cultural isolation is retrogressive. this doesn't help anybody. we've gone from this multi-cultural idea, which i think is problematic anyway, and all of a sudden we want to isolate people again, create spaces for black people to go
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and heel. this stuff is nonsense. let's get back to the topic of academic rigor, study, intellectual conversations going on and forget all of these rebellions and these insurrections. that's all this is. it's a surprising turn of events for an aging mobster accused of master minding the lufthansa heiss retold in the hit film "good fellas." >> i've got two years here and i'm dying to get home. what am i plan to go do? have a good meal and see my family. >> 80-year-old vincent asaro acquitted of charges that netted mobsters over $6 million. his lawyers say that the prosecution was using shady witnesses to frame asaro including his cousin who cooperated with the fbi in 2008. well, it was a selfless act that earned him the military's highest honor.
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former army captain florian grover earned the medal of honor. he saved the lives of dozens in his brigade. the 32-year-old was badly injured in the 2012 attack that left four people dead. >> i wish this medal didn't happen, wasn't happening and i could turn that in and have my guys come back. my job was to bring everyone home. i didn't. and our team did the best we could that day. in tough times when you start thinking about it i -- you rewind it and you think about it and you're like, what could we have done, you know, differently? >> he's only the tenth living service member to receive the medal of honor. congratulations to him. eight minutes after the hour. powerful storm system tears through the hartland dropping nearly a dozen tornadoes across
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iowa. >> oh, no! >> oh, my. >> [ bleep ]. >> a brief tornado touched down near the des moines airport. you can see that. there's the strong winds sending tarmac steps right across the runway into that plane. maria molina joins us with the forecast. >> we have this system kind of tear through and produce some severe weather across parts of the plains and yesterday we saw the very strong winds across the great lakes producing very rough surf up there. the strong winds are shifting across parts of the northeast. we have some moisture and light showers the north and across northern parts of pennsylvania. it will be a blustery day out there across the northeast. you'll be potentially seeing wind gusts in excess of 30 miles an hour. you could be seeing delays at the airport. overall as you take a look at areas farther south, quiet day.
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not bad at all. where it's not going to be quiet is parts of the pacific northwest. a lot of rain across places like seattle, even in portland. we can see several inches of rainfall. the concern is for flash flooding. we have watches in effect because of that. several feet of snow possible as well across parts of the cascades. so we're going to be seeing a lot of mounting snow out there, potentially one to two feet, maybe even some locally higher amounts. some of that snow eventually will make it farther south across california and the sierra. temperature wise going to be a little bit chillier across the great lakes. 36 in marquette and 40 in places like chicago. ten minutes after the hour on our finally friday morning. have you seen this? our very own neil cavuto goes head to head on a student activists demanding free basically everything.
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>> unless you are high as a kite you wouldn't volunteer to pay 90%, right? >> 90%? what did she have to say for herself? and four months paid leave and a thousand bucks just for having a baby? the new perks one is offering moms and should yours get on board. then country music star toby keith pushing for a remake of this red solo cups. folks at starbucks won't be invited to the party, or will they? ♪ proceed to party ♪ proceed to party
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the united states and the chinese in the south china sea. the pentagon saying two american b-52 pomers flew by the
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artificial island being built by the chinese. the chinese are trying to claim sovereignty over the island despite repeated warnings by the united states. now to a fox news alert. pentagon chief ash carter just fired his top military aide over allegations of misconduct. lieutenant general ron lewis provided military analysis to carter. the pentagon not giving any details about what kind of misconduct lewis is accused of. he will remain in the military and be given another position in the army. new changes to facebook. cheryl castoni from our sister network fox business joins us with the details. good morning, cheryl. >> good morning, ladies. facebook is testing disappearing messages similar to what snap chat offers. facebook says it is testing it with its messenger app. you can send a message that will disappear an hour after it was sent. gm's buick brand, one of the
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oldest existing brands, is hoping to lure in american consumers. it's a car they are making in china that may be the ticket. the buick envision is really popular in china. they may start importing the car to the united states. new moms and zillow will get four months of paid leave and $1,000 to spend on baby items with an amazon gift card. the company expended its benefits to offer moms 16 weeks of fully paid leave from 12 weeks of partially paid. dads can take eight weeks now. before they didn't have anything. finally, ever have a craving for a bucket of fried chicken but you didn't want to get off your couch? kfc is about to get into the delivery business by testing home delivery in the san francisco bay area, orange county, and los angeles, but it is not cheap. between $4.99 and $6.99 per order. that's the delivery fee. you've really got to like chicken. back to you.
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>> thank you, cheryl. log on and find foxbusiness.c foxbusiness.com/channelfinder. our nation's immigration system costing you big at the grocery store. i'm heading to the farm to show you the effect it could have on your budget next. breaking up is hard to do, so what if you could pay someone to do it for you? we'll tell you about it. think your heartburn pill works fast? take the zantac it challenge! zantac works in as little as 30 minutes. nexium can take 24 hours. when heartburn strikes, take zantac for faster relief than nexium or your money back. take the zantac it challenge.
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winds. the pilot zigzagging down the runway in birmingham, england. the pilot got control and slammed on the brakes and steered the plane to safety. the airport is notorious for powerful cross winds. a mysterious ufo is coming crashing down on earth today, fittingly enough, friday the 13th. it could be large enough as a full grown man. the fast-moving piece of space debris is likely broken off of a rocket and will burn through the atmosphere over the indian ocean around 1:00 eastern today. well, there's an estimated 11.3 million immigrants in the united states illegally, and the u.s. department of agriculture believes that illegal immigrants make up more than half of farm workers, so what if there was a completely legal way for farmers to get the labor that they need? >> there actually is. it's called a guest worker program. it's a system many farmers say it's broken and if it's not
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fixed your produce prices could be going up even more. >> reporter: this family farm in albany, new york, has weathered many storms in agriculture. >> we've been farming in this county since 1803. i am the 11th generation to farm in america. >> the toreys are pushing for change in what many agriculture experts call a cumbersome immigrant program. >> so cumbersome, so expensive. >> around since the 1950s, it allows u.s. employers to bring in foreign nationals to fill temporary and seasonal agricultural jobs, but only 7% of the agricultural work force takes advantage of the program. >> it's hyper isolated. the department of labor is going to dictate what these workers can do, what they can't do. >> reporter: maureen torey began using the h 2 a program seven years ago after getting into hot
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water from two raids and an i-9 audit. >> we still have the scars from that. >> reporter: this year torey farms is using 280 h 2 a workers. when farmers go through the h 2 a process they're forced to ask themselves questions in many cases can't be answered precisely, exactly when the crops will be harvested and how many workers are needed. >> reporter: the next generation is weary. >> it's hard to watch. she's working hard to stay in business than to better the business. the people with the organization say they won't step foot on the farm. >> reporter: the average american in farming, how is it affecting the grocery bill and economy? >> higher prices for the consumer. it could mean a product that's imported instead of locally grown. i guess the question is do we want to import our workers or import our food? >> reporter: farmers hope that some day soon congress will make
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changes regarding some of the topics that you see here to make the process less cumbersome. we reached out to the government agencies involved in the process for a statement on the procedures and the united states citizenship and immigration services said while no two cases are the same our average processing time for h 2 a is two months. dhs is not the only agency. it ends up taking 60 to 75 days reportedly for them to actually get the workers that they have requested. if mother nature isn't on their side, they have drought, this he have hail or snowstorm or flooding or who knows what it could damage their crop and then they're stuck with these workers that they have no work for. >> that's why the immigration issue is definitely an economic issue as well. in this debate you've heard many of them try to relate the two. >> all right. thank you, anna. >> yeah. the time now is to brew on this. there's plenty of services to get you into a relationship.
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hello, friends. good morning. it is friday, the 13th, 2015. fox news alert. jihadi john likely dead killed in a u.s. air strike. brand-new details coming in overnight on a secret mission to kill this madman. heart-breaking murder mystery. a pastor's pregnant wife murdered, shot in the head before he came home. the killer still on the loose right now. and angry students arguing for more freebies. she says she'd pay more taxes, 90%. >> high as a kite you wouldn't volunteer to pay 90%, right? >> well t, the interview that h
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everybody talking today. "fox & friends first" begins right now. hey, everybody. good morning. you're watching "fox & friends first" on this finally friday. i'm anna kooiman in. >> here's heather childs. the brutal isis militant jihadi john likely killed by a direct hit from a u.s. drone strike. >> gary kenny is live for us in washington. he is following this story as it develops. good morning, garrett. >> reporter: good morning, heather and anna. they're awaiting confirmation that jihadi john was killed in a drone strike. a senior u.s. official tells fox news that right now they're 99% sure they got him. the official tells us the drone had been tracking mohamme mohammed emwazi or jihadi john
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most of thursday. once they got a positive i.d. they struck as he left a building. u.s. forces conducted an airstrike in raqqa, syria, on november 12th, 2015 targeting mohamed emwazi also known as jihadi john. the british national became the face of the islamic state last year when the terrorist group released a slew of gruesome propaganda video featuring a masked emwazi dressed in black holding a knife and beheading hostages. british prime minister david cameron's office said he will be making a statement later today on the strike. heather? >> garrett tenney live for us this morning. thank you, garrett. fox news alert happening right now. the search is on for a
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cold-blooded killer who shot a pastor's pregnant wife in the head. amanda blackburn was shot in the head during an indiana home invasion on tuesday all while her young son was at home. she died in the hospital a day later. patricia stark is here with the very latest on this story. good morning, patricia. >> good morning, heather. just days after her tragic death officials are now ruling out amanda blackburn's husband as a suspect in the attempted robbery turned murder. pastor davy blackburn told police he found his wife shot in the head and their 1-year-old unharmed after he got home from the gym on tuesday. now new time stamped footage confirms his claim. police have ruled out any other suspects in amanda's death. the now widowed pastor blackburn releasing a statement saying, it's impossible to communicate all the emotions my heart has been forced to process. i have not only lost my ministry partner and support but also my very best friend. police are now focusing on whether this deadly home
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invasion was related to other recent break-ins in the area. a neighbor says that amanda had talked to him about the crimes right before she was shot. >> had she been here ten years or so, pretty safe neighborhood. i said, yes. then two weeks later this happened. >> that's all i thought about last night at work. yes, this is hard. unbelievable when it happens in your own neighborhood. >> police are now combing through another neighbor's home security footage for any new leads. they're offering a $1,000 reward for information and are set to hold a news conference later this morning to talk about what they found so far. heather. >> thank you. a news chopper got a man who was showing a laser. the nbc new york chopper noticed the man after he pointed a green layser in the pilot's face on wednesday night. instead of flying away, the cameraman zoomed in to pinpoint the alleged crook.
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cops moved in and one man was arrested. he's also accused of pointing a laser at a second news chopper that very same night. none of the pilots were hurt. more about the man who ran over a police officer in a texas sanctuary city. he's an illegal alien deported three times over the past 11 years. eduardo rios is accused of plowing down an officer and then backing over him outside of a nightclub where he worked part time. i.c.e. has placed a detainer on rios. the dallas county sheriff said all detainers will be considered on a case-by-case basis. as the illegal immigration debate takes center stage, the other candidates aren't the only ones taking aim at donald trump. in an exclusive interview with abc news, president obama mocks the man who may one day be his replacement. >> imagine the images on the screen flashed around the world as we were dragging parents away
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from their children and putting them detention centers and systematically sending them out. nobody thinks that that is realistic, but more importantly, that's not who we are as americans. >> at tuesday night's republican debate donald trump tauted his plan to deport 11 million immigrants living in the united states illegally. his so-called deportation force is seen like eisenhower's plan that sent 1 million people back to mexico in the 1950s. trump said his plan is necessary and humane. >> mine is not mean spirited. it's business. we have a country. if people are allowed to walk in, cross the border and stay here, you don't have a candidate. i had one candidate say you're right but i'm not going to take that on politically. i don't even think it's tough. i am saying this. it will be done in a humane way, professionally. the people can come back in but they have to come back in
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through a legal process. >> the president claims trump's deportation plan would cost the country billions of dollars. another racially charged protest continues to bring campus reform. this time in california. >> literally your job's to help us, to take care of us when we don't feel safe and supported on this campus. >> dean of students mary fellman has resigned after her office is accused of not doing enough to make students of color welcome. the tipping point was this group of students using negative stereotypes for halloween costumes. and a missouri student and a reporter isn't over yet. the reporter has filed an assault claim for the confrontation. clique has resigned. law professor mike middleton is the interim president. now take a look at who's
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talking. law professor alan dershowitz sounding off on how the p.c. culture is nothing but hypocrisy. take a listen to what he's saying. >> it's the worst kind of hypocrisy. they want complete freedom over their sex lives and personal wa daddy, dean to give them a safe place to protect them from ideas that may be insensitive, maybe will make them sick. but it's a double standard. look at what's happening in hunter university, city university of new york. students from palestine have issued a petition saying zionist administrators are causing high tuition in the school. zionist administrators. you know what they mean by zionists, jews. blatant anti--semitism. nobody says a word. when i spoke at johns hopkins university, the same students painted a hitler moustache on my posters. no concern about that. it's an absolute double standard. it is free speech for you but not for thee.
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universities should not tolerate this kind of hypocrisy, double standard and college administrators have to start treating students as adults. 37 minutes after the hour. free college for everybody. have you seen this? kneel cavuto schools the leader of the million student march who can't seem to explain how to pay for what the group is pushing for. >> your friends are going to be happy getting to a point in their career when they can look outside and say, finally, i'm able to pay 90% in taxes. >> obviously, you know, people in your position, you know, don't want to pay 90% in taxes. >> i dare say unless you're high as a kite, you wouldn't volunteer to pay 90%. >> he's like, i don't know about you, but i work for my money. that student activist demanding free student education and all student debt wiped out. that exchange going viral. >> i'm guessing she's not a math major. there's no place like home
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for westerners who defected to is sis. the middle east research institute has been examining tweets and they found that they're missing all the comforts of home. this one, take a look, who says that she misses starbucks because the coffee in syria is so wretched or how about this tweet which says all the salon shampoos and conditioners are just no good. 39 minutes after the hour. heavy rain expected for some folks today. maria mow thrown is tracking it for us. >> we're tracking heavy weather with parts across the western u.s. across parts of the eastern u.s. while we're looking at quieter weather in terms of any precipitation, we have a few light showers across parts of the northeast and could be seeing steadier rain out there. very blustery conditions will be in place. in the northeast wind gusts potentially greater than 30 miles per hour. that could cause some issues at
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the airport today. we'll keep an eye on that. in the pacific northwest, that's where we have the extreme weather. we have very heavy rain and the potential for flash flooding especially in coastal areas with potentially more than four inches of rain out there, possibly a half a foot of rain in some of those spots out there. along the higher elevations you could be looking at one to two feet of snow. it will come down around parts of california coming up in the next few days. temperature wise in the 50s and in the plains and southeastern u.s. it will get chillier out there by saturday across the eastern u.s. take a look at the forecast. highs not going to make it out of the 40s in the northeast for saturday and in the southeast going to be in the 50s. going to get a lot chillier. >> thank you so much. megastar toby keith endorsing a fan's hilarious holiday parody. ♪ red starbucks cup, you're just
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a cup filled up with latte ♪ ♪ you be my latte >> the awesome remake of "red solo cup" takes a huge jab at the starbucks holiday cup. in the end, it's just a cup. keith tweeting out his support saying red starbucks cup kind of has a nice ring to it. holiday. 41 minutes after the hour and a bartender goes above and beyond literally to save a man's life. wait until you see how this played out. and this reinvented the music industry and cell phone industry. apple wants to reinvent your money. and the donald trump snl skit you didn't see from last week. one skit being cut from the show now being released. >> after the debate the polls show donald trump still in the lead but critics say the poll is
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unscientific. because even science can't explain how donald trump is still in the lead. 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. i know how to do this because i was privileged to serve in florida for eight years. and we turned the systems upside down that weren't working. 1.3 million new jobs were created. we cut taxes every year. income rose in people's pockets. people were lifted out of poverty. children started to learn.
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because a raise in pay, raises us all. ♪ welcome back to "fox & friends first." a south new jersey high school becoming the first in the nation to allow students to legally use medical marijuana on campus. governor chris christie signed a bill allowing students with developmental disabilities to use the drug. a large school in bellmawr will allow ginny barber to use the drug who has autism and potentially life threatening epilepsy. prisons taking a tip from "peter pan"? >> no! >> the indonesian government is considering building a prison that's surrounded by crocodiles
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for drug convicts. the head of the national antidrug agency says the advantage of using the animals is that they can't be bribed. anna? >> good point. heather, thanks so much. a world without cats could be coming soon to a neighborhood near you. adam shapiro from our sister network fox business is making sense of a new way to pay. >> make dollars and cents of it. good morning. apple ceo tim cook said in the near future kids will not know what cash is. "the wall street journal" reports apple is developing a peer-to-peer payment system without using cash or checks. facebook, google, paypal already have such systems. mobile banking and other peer-to-peer payment apps are shifting. venmo is popular with young men and women who used it in the third quarter of the year to make $2.1 billion in mobile payments which was up from 700 million year over year.
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the journal reports apple is developing the purpose for next year and is in discussion with some of the nation's largest banks. peer-to-peer save money since they are less expensive than traditional checks and cash. the fdic last year warned u.s. consumers that peer-to-peer payment services can carry fees and the risk of violating your privacy, especially if those systems have a social media component. back to you, anna. >> thank you so much. 13 minutes before the top of the hour. don't call him david hasselhoff. >> i've been called hassle for years. now i have made it official. david hoff. >> the hoff. the "bay watch" star posting this video on youtube. the 63-year-old is saying it's part of an ad campaign in australia. mate. >> instead of just david hassle.
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couldn't do that. >> the time now is about ten minutes till the top of the hour. trips to the nurses's office will never be the same. one school allowing medical marijuana to relieve pain for kids. and a car wash worker caught on camera taking an unexpected spin. how did this happen? is he on? he's on the thing? >> yes. >> wow. >> first let's check in with steve. that looks fun. >> i'm dizzy. >> what's coming up? >> good morning, ladies. coming up on the big show in about 12 minutes, drone strikes target jihad john. he is the man seen cutting off those people's heads with isis, including that of james foley and steven sotloff. i think he may be dead. plus, college chaos. students across the country calling for the heads of administrators and professors who don't fit into their faith spaces. we talked to a conservative professor who is fighting back on the online petition demanding that she be suspended. they don't like her. she'll be here live.
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he wears the headband with isaiah 40, verses 30-31. it's never been a problem. after his uniform was approved twice, a third official told him he had to take the headband off. >> i took it off to show him it was inside out. my coach, to explain hey, look it's been confirmed that the guy said it was illegal and walked away. we decided to put it back on because it had been cleared. we were afraid i might not be able to see because i had so much hair. >> green was disqualified after he crossed the finish line. the georgia high school association doesn't plan to appeal the official's decision. >> interhave you that guy. the "saturday night live" skit you didn't see cut for time in last week's episode. >> getting a little breezy out here. i'm not liking it. >> our approach. big landing. >> okay, team.
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before you leave the house, here's what's happening. jihadi john was likely killed by a drone strike in syria. president obama joining the force of critics against donald trump's immigration plan. president obama telling abc news, using a deportation force to remove 11 million illegal immigrants is un-american. a fast moving piece of space debris crashing to earth. it's part of a broken rocket that will burn through the atmosphere over the indian ocean. a san diego bartender leaps into action over the bar to help a man choking on a burger. he performed the heimlich maneuver, likely saving his life. the bad. a florida woman caught on camera stealing a $1300 yorkie.
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she put it in her purse under the camera. finally the ugly. a louisiana car wash manager goes on a rough ride after getting stuck inside the automatic drive through. he claims he was cleaning and a hose got stuck. he ended up hogtied to that brush until another employ ear heard his screams for help. he accidentally got stuck inside. >> i was trying to clean. that was great. time for your brew on this responses. would you pay someone else to break up with your significant other on your behalf? >> no. >> man up. come on. >> tim writes, i know a woman who asked for a divorce by a text. this doesn't surprise me a bit. >> susan says everyone deserves a face to face in this situation. seems to me to be the coward's way out. >> we are raising a generation of wimps. >> used to be the phone was bad enough in our generation. >> ghosting. disappearing. we'll take a second look at
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that car wash video, though. that was a great moment to end our friday on. friday the 13th. like the teacups. i might get sick. like a ballerina. you have to spot. >> have a great weekend. >> bye everybody. "fox and friends" starts now. good morning to you. it is friday, november 13th, 2015. a fox news alert. the isis beheader known as jihadi john dead this morning. breaking details on how the united states took him down. who killed the pastor's wife? the beautiful pregnant bride gunned down in her home while her other child was inside. this morning, police may be closer to finding a suspect. crystal meth comes to the smithsonian courtesy of breaking bad. it wouldn't happen without our own kevin

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