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plans despite growing fears of a terror attack. kristin fisher is live in washington, d.c. with the nation on edge this morning. >> reporter: good morning. and for this nearly 50 million americans expected to travel over the thanksgiving holiday, it's hard not to at least think about the possibility of a paris-style terror attack happening here. and indeed, 56% of the people polled say they think it is very likely that islamic terrorists are try to launch an attack on u.s. soil soon. and terror is also the number one issue for voters. yesterday the secretary of homeland security urged americans not to change their plans over the thanksgiving holiday. >> we have no specific credible intelligence about a threat of the paris type directed at the homeland here. and so we want the american public to know that we're on the job, we're vigilant and we're continually reevaluating our security posture. >> case in point, this massive
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terror drill yesterday in new york city. hundreds of emergency responders simulated a terror attack on the subway just days before one of the city's biggest public events, the macy's thanksgiving day parade. but despite will this visible show of force, chairman homeland security says what keep him up is what you can't see, the increasing ability for terrorists to go dark. >> while homeland security officials can say there is no specific and credible threat, i think you need to factor in that analysis that there may be communications under way that we just quite frankly can't see. >> and that appears to be the biggest threat right now, increasingly these terrorists are communicating in dark space and on dark platforms that are just very difficult to monitor. heather. >> kristin fisher live for us this morning. thank you. well, as the fight depends isis escalates, two former defense secretaries say we're in the doing enough to take douwn
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terror that we have to rethink our roles. >> we need to more clearly define our strategy. we're up against an ideology, a reality of dynamics we've never seen before, sophistication of social media, the military prowess that isis possesses, the funding. so we should more clearly define what is our political strategy, what are our priorities, who is the enemy here. is assad the enemy or is isis the enemy? >> air strikes are gereat, but air strikes alone won't win here. what isis has achieved is the ability to gain territory and it's that caliphate where they're designing their ability to kind of now do outreach and attack other countries. >> panetta also says that the u.s. deserves some of the blame
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for not getting involved sooner. another sign of the country on edge, suspicious behavior from three unruly men on a southwest airlines flight forces an emergency landing. passengers say the men were switching seats and not listening to crews during takeoff from indianapolis. the plane then landed in kansas city where police and the tooib were waiting with k-9 units. travelers describing a confusing scene. >> just a little terrified because i didn't know what was happening. i thought something was wrong with the plane. >> they didn't say what was going on. i was just nervous and ready to move on with my flight. >> after you've been reading about all the threats overseas, you never know. >> the men were questioned and everyone eventually made to los angeles. it's the third time in a week southwest planes have been diverted for similar behavior. well, thousands of people packing philips arena in atlanta for a wwe event despite a possible isis threat.
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armed authorities standing watching a h. after the city's mayor stepped up security and opened a joint operations center. the fbi had said that it was not a credible threat, but they were still taking it seriously. belgian authorities make more than a dozen arrests as the country remains on lock dunn for a third straight day. but still no sign of the world's most wanted man. greg palkot is live with the latest. >> reporter: a very busy overnight throughout the region. officials are busy on both sides of the border in brussels and belt gum, 22 terror raids, netting 16 suspects. police there fear local be another paris-style coordinated multiple terror attack on that city. they said today this operation is not over. and so continues the highest state of terror alert there in that city for a third day, for
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the first workday, subways remain closed, today schools and universities are shut, police and soldiers out on the streets, highened security at nato headquarters. basically the capital of europe is on lockdown. still not found as you you noted, the most wanted man in in europe, the call eighth attacker from the paris terrorist group, salah abdeslam. he was not one of those arrested overnight. there was one up cnconfirmed ret that he was in a bmw speeding towards germany last night. they are seeking more information from the public about one of the suicide bombers that terrified the soccer stadium a week ago friday. it's believed he used a fake passport to enter europe as a refugee. and finally uk prime minister david cameron in down today with
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prempg presidenthollande. he pledged solidarity with france in its fight against isis. his words, we have shown our firm resolve and together we will destroy this evil threat. busy week for prenfrench presid hole and land oig. tomorrow he's in washington, thursday this moscow. the fight is on. back to you. >> greg palkot live for us from paris. thank you. breaking overnight, teenager thousand under arrest and charged in the murder of a pregnant pastor's wife -- or pastor's pregnant wife. indianapolis police say that 18-year-old larry taylor killed amanda blackburn in her home this month while her husband went to the xwgym. detectives using surveillance pictures of the suspect. he was questioned last week but released. two others also arrested for
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burglary after receipt from amanda's atm card were found in their car. 16 people including several teenager shot overnight at a new orleans park. police say that about 500 people illegally gathered for a block party to film a music video when a dispute escalated into a shooting. witnesses say that several people had guns and then they opened fire on each other. no arrests have been made. all the victims are in stable condition. trump coming out on top again. a new fox poll shows that trump's lead widening, marco rubio and ted cruz threaten to take ben carson's number two spot. the neurosurgeon dropped five points in three weeks, the most out of any candidate. and another poll rubio beating hillary clinton by a wide margin in a hypothetical head to head match-up. this is the first time a poll has ever shown rubio beating the democratic frontrunner.
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to extreme weather now. the midwest in the deep freeze, the first major snowstorm of the season bringing tons of snow and single digit temperatures to the region. nearly a foot a of snow fell around chicago and its suburbs. the white stuff downing trees there and more than 150 flights at the o'hare airport were canaca cancel canceled. maria has what is happening next. >> it will be a busy travel week for many americans. we have the thanksgiving holiday and it looks like the weather will be relatively quiet, so that is welcome you news across parts of the midwest and eastern u.s. for many of you, you're looking at some of the coldest temperatures that you've seen so far this season. you can see in atlanta you're right at the freezing mark at 32 degrees. you're at 30 in memphis. and we have the freeze warnings in effect all the way down to the gulf coast, some of those temperatures along the gulf coast quite chilly, as well. mobile, alabama currently 34 degrees out there. and taking a look at the radar, you see we still have lingering
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snow showers across parts of the great lakes and parts offed state of michigan, but overall, quiet picture across the east. across the western u.s., things will start to get a lot more active. we do have a storm system that will be rolling in especially across washington state, also into oregon. and eventually some of that snow is going to be making its way down into parts of california. so we will be watching for that across northern rockies, as well. winter storm watches are in effect continuing in to wednesday morning. back to you. music's most talented all in one room to crown top performers at the american music awards. >> one direction had only one place to go, the stage, taking home the number one award artist of the year. ♪
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nicki minaj brought all the drama and it was caught on cam made. she flipped a switch after winning best rap and is seen rolling her eyes. >> i think she almost forgot to thank someone. i don't think that was a big issue. but host jennifer lopez shined. multiple outfit changes stealing the spotlight. and celine dion with an emotioned a tribute to paris. and are you a belieber? justin bieber dancing in a downpour. the evening's biggest surprise wasn't enan award, though. it was these boots. check it out, meghan trainor and charlie lock lips after their song.
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and taylor swift and sam hunt also walked away big winners. >> congratulations to all of them. the time now 10 after the top of the hour. a desperate the search for a criminal caught on camera shooting a medical student rushing into rescue a woman being abducted. >> we know who you are. and you need to know that we are going to find you. >> the picture police want everyone to see this morning. and never have to wait in airport security lines again. the brand new technology that could eliminate all those bag searches. >> and all the toys for girls and boys, toys "r" us, major moves to be more inclusive.
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back now with a fox news alert. a desperate search for the man caught on video shooting a medical student who was just trying to help. kelly wright with the breaking >> terrifying sequence of events
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all captured on video cameras. here is the shocking view of what happened. it all began with this man dragging an unconscious woman down the street. a good samaritan gets out to help the woman in distress. the man, peter gold, a fourth year medical student at tulane university. the other man lets go of the woman, pulls out a gun and demands money from gold. when gold says he doesn't have any, the man shoots him in the stomach, the gun man then tries to shoot gold again, aiming for his head. but the gun jams. the gunman tries again. but the gun jams again. eventually that man gets in a car and speeds away leaving gold bleeding on the sidewalk. >> the guy with the gun shoots the guy in the stomach. he attempted to shoot him it looked like in the face a couple
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times. >> police released a photo of suspected gunman, he's identified as urick cain, wanted on charges of kidnapping, armed robbery and first-degree murder. >> you need to know that we will find you. we need the public's health, but no question that we now know who he is, that element be broughe to justice. and anyone who harbors him will be arrested and you'll be convicted to the full extent of the law. >> police say the woman who basically was there and the man attempted to abduct was intoxicated and apparently in the wrong place at the wrong time. she was taken to a hospital and treated for minor injuries. the medical student is still hospitalized in guarded condition, but his family says he is improving. >> our prayers with that family. thank you so much, kelly. well, a bag full of weapons stolen from a massachusetts
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armory found by a homeless man in new york city. police say that the three guns discovered in a park near yankee stadium were part of the 16 weapons that went missing from the lincoln stoddard armory. a former army reservist james morales is charged with stealing the guns. it's not clear what happened to the other 13 weapons. say good-bye to those airport security lines. this could be the industry of the future, this new machine uses 3d imaging to reveal the exact material apobject is made of without even opening the bag. the halo scanner shoots powerful x-rays and those act as lenses and amplify different materials that produce a unique signature and they can be used to figure out what each thing is actually made of. a career day, my favorite story of the year, for quarterback cam newton throwing five touchdowns to dominate the redskins. >> they throw to stewart.
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touchdown. >> the panthers win 44-16 and they stay perfect with an impressive 10-0 record. tony row hoe back on the field again for the dallas cowboys since a collarbone injury in week two. they beat the godolphins. it took a field goal in the final seconds for the cardinals to beat the bengals in a sunday night football shoot-out. carson palmer threw four touchdowns for arizona to beat his former team 34-31. it's a comeback story for the ages after opening the season in a hospital bed, kyle busch ended with a championship trophy. busch capturing his first career nascar sprint country title in the ford eco boost 400 homestead miami speed way. and in his final cup race, jeff gordon led nine laps early in the race, but couldn't keep it up and finished sixth. he's had a great career. it's 18 after the top of the
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hour and they are accused of scamming the system to steal hundreds of thousands from taxpayers. but wait until you hear what is happening to these v.a. employees. and are you waking up a little groggy this morning? >> that's me every morning. turns out there really is a wrong side of the bed. the science to prove it. but first, performing at the american music awards. ♪
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welcome back.
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first a fox business alert for you. gas prices tanking just in time for the busy thanksgiving travel week. fox business here with what you will pay at the pump. >> good morning, ladies. it looks like gas prices across the country will stay at or below current levels for your family holiday this week according to the lundberg survey. average price fell 11 cents over the past two weeks to $2.14 a gallon. yahoo! is testing a feature that would lock out e-mail customers who install an ad blocker. they said it was only using the test on a portion of users. as you can imagine, people were not happy and they took to twitter to complain. delta air lines will no longer accept pets as checked baggage. effective march first of next year, pets under 30 pounds can still fly as a carry
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carry-organization tcarry ds-on. and at the box office, hugger gahug hunger games won easily. james bond film spector brought in 14.6 and peanuts brought in $12.8 million. back to you. it is time now to brew on this. toys "r" us ditching boys and girls categories on its uk website. no shopping gender neutral. here in the u.s., toys "r" us have done away with gender labels in stores not just on the website. target also pulled a similar stunt in this year in stores and added a gender neutral option on their website. so is this a good move to be
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more inclusive or an overreach by the pc police? send us your comments on twitter or facebook and we will share them later in the show. well, a crucial state deciding to gut the controversial common core testing standards. the massachusetts state board of education voting to redesign its own state exams, dozens of states have adopted their own states after outcry nationwide. >> the church of england threaten to go sue over what it is calling religious discrimination from british movie theaters. theaters rejected a short film featuring you ae ining members reciting the lord's prayer saying it could be considered offensive. did you not want to ruin your diet? grab a cup of coffee. drinking two to four cups a day helps keep the pound off after
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it is monday, november 23, and a fox news alert. high anxiety at home ahead of the holiday. police officers training for potential terror attacks as homeland security secretary urges americans to keep their thanksgiving plans. >> we want the public to continue to go to public events, celebrate the holiday season. >> the new national security questions in the wake of recent attacks abroad. refugees running to the u.s. border. more syrians turning themselves in overnight as americans say no to the president's plan to take them in. and no political correctness at this bakery. the store went viral for taking on the pc police. "fox & friends first" continues right now. good morning to you. welcome to "fox & friends
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first." >> it is 30 after the hour and we begin with this fox news alert. holiday travelers on high alert. homeland security now urging millions of americans not to change their thanksgiving travel plans despite growing fears of a terror attack. >> kristin fisher is live in washington, d.c. with the very latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. so when you think about the kinds of transportation that millions of americans will use to travel over their thanksgiving holiday, trains and planes, they're all attractive targets for terrorists. but even after the recent terror attacks in paris, secretary of homeland security is urging americans to not change their travel plans. >> we want the public to continue to go to public events, celebrate the holiday season, krafl, be with their families and the like and to know that law enforcement, our intelligence community, national security officials are on the job overtime. >> case in point, will massive terror drill in new york city
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yesterday, hundreds simulated a terror attack on the subway just days before one of the city's biggest public events, the macy's thanksgiving day parade. but despite this visible show of force and readiness, many people in the intelligence community and on capitol hill are worried about what you can't see, specifically the growing number of terrorists who can communicate in dark space and on dark platforms that are very difficult to monitor. >> because so many of the terrorists have gotten good at their operational security, we just don't know what we don't know. so at this point we have to take everything seriously. >> and it seems that most americans are indeed taking the threat very seriously. according to a new fox news poll out just yesterday, 56% of the people polled say they will think it is very likely that islamic terrorists will try to launch an attack on u.s. soil soon. terrorism has also overtaken the economy as the number one issue for voters, a sign of just how many americans are worried about the possibility of a paris-style wrist attack happening right
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here. >> thank you kristin fisher in washington. and in a country already on edge, passengers on a southwest flight have to deal with another case of mid delight madness. three men's unruly behavior on board forcing an emergency landing in kansas city after they were switching seat and not listening to crews. travelers describing a confusing and scary scene. >> i didn't know what was happening. i thought at first something was wrong with the plane. >> they didn't say what was going on. i was just nervous and i was ready to move on with my flight. >> after you've been reading about all the threats overseas, you never know. >> the men were questioned and everyone eventually made to los angeles. it's the third time in a week southwest planes have been diverted for similar behavior. more syrian refugees turning themselves in at the u.s.-mexico border. the latest group two men and a family of three confronted agents in southern texas
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overnight. all have been taken into temporary custody and determined not to be security threats. the detentions come as a new fox news poll shows the majority of voters oppose obama's plan to let 10,000 refugees into the u.s. and nearly 50% think that it is, quote, very likely that one of those refugees will carry out an attack. time now for a look who's talking. the ranking democrat senator dianne feinstein breaking away from the obama administration saying the u.s. is not doing enough to take down isis. >> i don't think the approach is sufficient to the job. i think there are jare general principles in terms of the administration strategy, but i'm concerned that we don't have the time and we don't have years. we need to be aggressive now. to another fox news alert, belgium on lockdown for the
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third straight day and authorities make mull will tip he will terror raids overnight as the manhunt intensifies for the paris attacker who got away. fred pal cot palkot is live for in paris. >> reporter: you're looking at the capital of europe on shutdown as we got the more reports of terrorist suspects arrested in a series of overnight raids. all told, some 22 raids inside brussels and in the region, 16 detained in what one expert describes as a terror hot bed for europe. one neighborhood in brussels. much of the planning for the paris terrorist attacks happened there. police fear in fact in brussels another paris-style coordinated attack. so that maximum terror alert remains in place. subways remain closed, traffic has to be a total mess. troops and police out in force. there is heightened security at nato headquarters and no sign of anything backing down.
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still not found by the way, the most wanted man so-called eighth attacker from the paris terrorist attacks, salah abdeslam, he was not one of those arrested overnight, but police will not confirm one report that he was in a bmw headed towards germany overnight. here in france, police are psyching more information from the france about one of the three suicide bombers at that soccer stadium a week ago friday. two in fact of the bombers are believed to have used a face passport to come in as a refugee from turkey into europe. and finally uk prime minister david cameron wrapping up a meeting with with french president hollande. they paid respects at that music hall where 89 mostly young people died in the carnage. he pledged solidarity with france in its fight against isis, in his word, we have shown our firm resolve and we will destroy this evil threat.
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dren dren french hollande meeting with with president obama tomorrow. trying to bolster an international coalition to fight isis. there is a sense of urgency here in the capital it is said. back to you. >> greg palkot in paris, thank you. extreme weather now. the midwest is in the deep freeze. the first major snowstorm of the season bringing snow and single digit temperatures to the region. in michigan, you can see cars sliding all over the roads. dozens of fender-benders reported as a result. and ahead of the busy travel week, more than 150 flights at o'hare airport in chicago canceled. >> maria molina is in the weather center tracking what is next. >> and those cold temperatures are lingering out there. we're looking at them in the 20s this morninging ing across plac cincinnati, chicago and even buffalo, new york.
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and also parts of the fufl coast where we currently have freeze washings in effect. birmingham, 28 degrees. you're at 34 in mobile, alabama. and 30 in macon, georgia. so again, very cold out there even across the southeastern u.s. but as far as snow, lingering snow across the drat lakes and parts of maine this morning, but in the southeast and the great plain, are you quiet this morning. and it's forecast to stay that way at least here for the next day or so. but across parts of the western u.s., that is where it will be busy. we have an incoming storm system forecast to bring snow across parts of the pacific northwest and cascades tonight and eventually that moves in to california and also into the northern rockies by the time we head into tuesday morning, where winter storm watches are in effect. it will be very busy for travel for the beginning of thanksgiving week. we'll keep a close watch on it. blustery winds are also forecast with this storm system.
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>> thank you, maria. now to music's most talented all in one room to crown top performers at the american music awards. one direction had only one place to go, to the stage, taking home the number one award, artist of the year. ♪ host jennifer lopez also stealing the spot right with multiple wardrobe changes. seleceline dion paid an emotion tribute to paris. ♪ and are you a belieber? you might be one after this. justin bieber dancing in a downpour. and the evening's biggest surprise, not even an award,
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this jaw dropping case after their marvin gaye duet reenacting the end of their music video. and check this out, all now belongs to sofia vergara. check it out. ♪ the actress and beau finally tying the knot. they changed vows in a beautiful ceremony this palm beach, florida in front of fellow cast members of modern family and magic mike fans. pictures posted alloff social media. what a beautiful gown. well, the time now is about 20 minutes until the top of the hour. and a break in the case of a pastor's pregnant wife killed in cold blood, the arrest just announced overnight. massive manhunt for a criminal caught on camera shooting a medical student who was trying to help. the image police want you to see
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this morning. and a political pay day for al sharpton. how president obama helped him earn a major raise. but first, carrie underwood's american music awards performance. ♪
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breaking overnight, a teenager now under arrest and charged in the murder of a pastor's pregnant wife. indianapolis police say that 18-year-old larry taylor killed a amanda blackburn during a home invasion while her husband was at the gym. taylor was questioned by police last week, but released. two others also arrested for burglary after receipts from amanda's atm card were found in
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their car. they're accused of stealing more than $400,000 from taxpa r taxpayer, but they're still employed at the v.a. two have been demoted after allegedly scamming the hiring system. vet rachb advocates want the two fired. and political pay day for al sharpton. he's 357 lirnt i given himself a 71% raise. according to the new york "post," sharp ton bumped his earnings after his national action network raked in a record $6.9 million in donations last year. the money flooding in after de blasio started treating sharp ton as an adviser and when the president headlined the 2014 conference. the group insists it is paying sharp ton back f sharpton back for loans. sometime now for your five at 5:00 just in time for black friday shopping, the app that you should download to get the
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posted and it coordinates the deals with with your own personal wish list. back to you. >> trying to make it more convenient for us. thank you so much about to find the fox business network, all you have to do is logon to fox business.com/channel finder. and all fired up, this firefighter failed physical tests but graduated from the academy. why she is already off the job. and a giant gator caught in the strangest place. where this guy ended up. but first, what is coming up on fox and friends? >> great job. let me just tell what you is coming up in 13 minutes. top democrat calling out president obama saying his strategy is broken and we're running out of time. she's not the only one to break rank. we'll explain. plus donald trump revealing a plan to crack down on terrorist, bring back waterboarding. and also granddaughter of yogi berra will come here first and
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we are back with a fox news alert. the gunman caught on camera shooting a tulane medical student identified by new orleans authorities. 21-year-old cane is wanted for kidnapping, armed robbery and attempted murder. you can see him dragging her on the street when peter gold tries to intervene after asking him for money, the suspect shoots him and drives off leaving gold for dead. police leaving no stone unturned here. >> you need to know that we are going to find you. we need the public's help to do
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this. but there's no question now we know who he is that he will be brought to justice. >> gold remains in guarded condition. a career criminal picks the wrong couple to steal from. albuquerque police pulled up to this scene after a burglary call finding an elderly couple holding a thief at gunpoint. they grabbed a shot guchb and handgun after finding him putting stuff in a stolen suv. turns out he left jail only hours before for another burglary charge. heather? >> thanks, leah. the fdny firefighter could have put lives in danger. he graduated from the academy despite failing physical tests. ten days into the job, she's on medical leave after fracturing her foot during an equipment check. she tried and failed the academy two times before but was brought on as part of a priority hire after past discrimination
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against minorities. and a politically incorrect front door sign is now going viral. the unapologetic message from a bakery in springfield, ohio saying that they use the messages merry christmas and god bless america to name just a few. the owner is saying that the signs are not for publicity but rather a statement of their beliefs about the world, including freedom and -- freedom of speech and religion. hookups couldn't stop this australian boy from showing his country's pride. ♪ >> 7-year-old ethan hall belted out the anthem before an australian baseball league game. although he got the hiccups at the worst possible time, the crowd gave him a huge applause
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and the players high fived his performance. the time is now -- so adorable. 54 minutes after the hour. toys-r-us goes gender neutral. good news? the squirrels stealing the show at a football game. ♪ i built my business with passion. but i keep it growing by making every dollar count.
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that's why i have the spark cash card from capital one. i earn unlimited 2% cash back on everything i buy for my studio. ♪ and that unlimited 2% cash back from spark means thousands of dollars each year going back into my business... that's huge for my bottom line. what's in your wallet?
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welcome back. three minutes before the top of
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the hour. before you leave the house, here's what's happening. brussels on lockdown for a third straight day as authorities arrest 16 suspects in a series of anti-terror raids while the manhunt intensifies for abdeslam. david cameron meeting with francois hollande overnight. he's planning to join air strikes. he meets with president obama tomorrow before heading to moscow to meet with russian president putin. back here in the u.s., nearly 50 million americans expected to travel over the thanksgiving weekend and the secretary of homeland security urging americans not to change their plans despite growing fears of a terror attack. let's talk about this. are you changing your plans. weigh in now on our facebook page. #keep talking much. time for the good, the ugly. california firefighters treat a 5-year-old hero to a toy
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shopping spree. he saved his grandmother's life when he woke her up after their house caught fire. most of the toys were destroyed in the flames. he got rewarded for his help. a 7 foot alligator found on a soccer field in florida. they had to carefully remove it. no one was on the field at the time. the ugly. an nfl stadium gets a visitor with no ticket. >> great extension, great pad level. >> they went crazy when the he was on the field during the packers/vikings game. >> and he scores! time to brew on this. your responses. toys-r-us caved into mounting pressures and ditched boys and girls categories on the uk website. here in the u.s. the company has done away with gender labels in stores. is this a good move to be inclusive or overreach by the pc police. >> how is it offensive to be a girl or a boy? what is wrong with the companies
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running the companies. >> people overlook so much in the world and yet worry about toys. do parents have responsibilities anymore? >> i think it makes it hard to find gifts now. >> see you tomorrow. "fox and friends" starts right now. >> bye. good morning to you. today is monday, november 23rd. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck, a fox news alert. americans on edge ahead of thanksgiving and the holiday as our nation steps up security, more than a dozen terror suspects arrested overnight in one major european city. we're live with the latest straight ahead for you. meanwhile, donald trump revealing his plan to stop the next terrorist attack. bring back waterboarding. you like that idea? does he have a point? we're going to discuss. yes, donald trump making news for a change. a development in the brutal murder of this pastor's wife. police ruled out her husband more than a week ago. but this morning news of an arrest. we'll give you that latest

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