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hi, everyone. good morning. it's sunday the 24th of january, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is an extreme weather alert. the aftermath of the killer storm. at least 18 people dead in that record-setting blizzard that put major cities athe a standstill. shutting down some of the busiest street, leaving thousands of flights canceled. live team coverage tracking what's ahead. >> my flight was on that cancellation list, actually. now that the storm is gone the dig-out begins. what you need to know to stay safe as you shovel. and while much of the east coast is hunkered down from the storm, this guy had the best snow day ever. i saw this going viral yesterday, panda-monium. there wasn't much to do
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yesterday. you had to be on the internet. ♪ >> that was the story in our nation's capital. also in new york city. boy, these are major metropolises shut down in a lot of way. >> people slipping and falling everywhere. power outages, flights canceled. it was an absolute mess. >> i saw someone skiing through times square, literally, yesterday. >> that was me. >> snowboarding behind a car through times square, no traffic. >> snowboarding? >> an american flag in tow. >> rocky? >> we couldn't get the video. we're going to need to see that >> that's incredible. >> we'll see. >> we're going to show all of that in a second. good morning to you. hope you're recovering if you were in the path of the storm. we begin this hour with an extreme weather alert. america's waking up this morning, getting ready to dig out after the blizzard of 2016
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dumped more than two feet of snow on new york city and washington, d.c. >> the powerful storm wreaking havoc and claiming the lives of some 18 people. and this morning, as major cities deal with incredible snowfall totals, states like new jersey and delaware dealing with devastating coastal flooding. >> we are bringing you fox team storm coverage this morning, as the recovery and cleanup e begin. maria molina is live in washington, d.c. where the nation's capital was caught in the cross hairs. but first let's go to rick reichmuth who is tracking the latest on the deadly storm. >> good morning. so guys, what did you think? >> you mocked my tweet last night when i said thank you for finally stopping the snow. >> i know. a lot more impressive, i would say, in new york city than i think we had anticipated. than i had anticipated. the computer models that we like and we don't like as much, and the ones that we don't like as much, ended up being the ones that kind of nailed the storm. so difficult for us, right here in new york city, take a look at this. i got to go back and double-check this but officially
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right at the second biggest snowstorm ever. yesterday was the snowiest single day we've ever had, at least in central park. jfk broke all the records, same. go to baltimore you why the snowiest you've ever seen. sometimes you break these records and you get it in one spot or an isolated spot. when you're talking about d.c. and baltimore and new york city breaking all the records, it's a powerful storm. take a look at these wind gusts. sometimes you get winds in hurricanes that don't verify this a. virginia, 85, 75 in delaware, 75 in virginia. very widespread event. take a look at some of the coastal flooding that occurred across areas of delaware because of this. i think we have some video here. there you go. you get an idea. in fact, in some cases in delaware, this was the highest-ever flood level they saw along the coast. you think some of the hurricanes that came through. hurricane sandy which didn't hit in the exact same spot.
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but you get that from a storm like this and big problems. the snow is gone, guys. that is just a tiny little bit of it left across cape cod. real quickly to the temperatures. take a look at what begins to happen and give you a little bit of brie news here. into the 40s by tuesday and much of the coming week is going to look warmer. by next weekend probably into the mid 40s and melting a lot of this snow. >> which is welcome news for people who haven't gun shoveling yet. three deaths here in new york city simply from shoveling snow. so know your 4ri78 its and don't overextend yourself. also in washington, d.c. hunkering down as it's been on the forefront of this storm. maria molina has been on the ground from the very beginning. what are you seeing right now? >> well, we still have a lot of snow here laying around, and looks like we have a lot of work to do here. but behind me we have the capitol building. if you remember yesterday, we couldn't really see the building. there was a lot of snow coming down, we had the wind blowing snow around and lowering that
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visibility. but for now, clear view of the capitol building. so the snow has ended here. and some of the totals range from 20 to 30 inches of snow across d.c. there was a dry spot that worked its way in during the late morning hours and early afternoon, and it kind of gave a false sense of security. we started to see children coming out to play. there were also many people starting to try to drive around. and unfortunately the snow picked right back up, and the conditions were even worse than they were earlier. so we saw very strong winds during the afternoon hours, and heavy snowfall rates returned, and that continued into the evening hours. so the totals again, ranging from 20 to 30 inches of snow, with the western suburbs seeing much more than that. now, unfortunately, people started coming out, trying to drive yesterday, and they were getting stuck on the roads. in a western d.c. suburb, there were even deer spotted out there. they were playing and frolicking in the middle of the street with the snow. and we personally hiked out to the monuments. i really wanted to see the monuments with a lot of snow and photograph them.
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here's a photo that i took of the washington monument. i have to say, it was not an easy hike. but clayton, you know i love photography. so do you. you take amazing photographs. that was a great experience on my end. >> great you didn't have to deal with all the traffic. i think traffic patterns evaporate. >> there's something kind of cleansing about a big snow like this. >> thanks so much, maria. we'll check back in a little bit. today is when the snow goes from the beautiful white here in new york city to starts to gray. >> yellow and gray. >> one day of beauty. we have some pictures. you guys were out there. >> we were, yes. this is me yesterday in times square on top of the snow mountain. you don't expect to walk into times square and see a mountain of snow. i tried to get gavin, our producer, to play king of the hill, but he was unwilling. >> you look like the king of the world there. my pose is almost exactly the same. as soon as the show was over yesterday, i went down, and had brunch with a couple of friends,
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and had a nice walk home. >> it's almost like new york took a collective breath yesterday in some sense. the day was shut down, the roads were shut down, just quiet. i hope everybody -- >> stay inside and did some net flings binge watching. in fact, we've got kevin mccarthy coming up later in the show with some suggestions if you're still snowed in. >> we want to see your pictures so them in to us, friends@foxnews.com. we'll put them up here on the show. >> and cute puppy videos in the snow. some other stories on this sunday morning now, a frantic manhunt in southern california for three escaped inmates. authorities say hu sane and jonathan chu cut through half tiench steel bars at the santa ana jail then propelled themselves down the side of the building. i think that may be rappelled down the side of the building and then ran away. all three are considered dangerous.
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authorities say the escape may have taken months to plan, and may -- they may have had some outside help as well. a $20,000 reward is being offered for information leading to their arrest. and shot and killed while trying to help out during the snowstorm. police say the man stopped when he saw 27-year-old marvin jacob lee spin out on an ice-covered north carolina roadway. when he went up to lee, and called the cops for help, lee shot him multiple times we're told. police had to use an armored car and shields to get lee to surrender. he is now behind bars charged with murder. the united states is now prepared for military solution to take out isis along with turkey. vice president joe biden met with the turkish president yesterday. he said if the syrian government and rebel opposition forces don't reach a peace agreement, that's when the military will be involved. the next round of peace talks are scheduled to take place tomorrow in geneva. however they are at risk of being post paned because of a
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dispute over who compromised the opposition delegation. and it's a panda-monium in washington, d.c. this is video clayton was showing you. the city's favorite resident is having a blast. you have to see this if you haven't already. the national zoo's behind panda tian tian rolled down a snow-covered hill. even making what was like a snow angel. and that's tian tian's baby bei bei. on the snow. zookeepers say he wasn't so sure what to make of the white stuff. and quickly went back inside to the warmth. all right. let's get over to elizabeth to the campaign trail we go. >> from donald trump while endorsements keep rolling in for ted cruz. >> and elizabeth has the latest from washington, d.c. good morning. >> good morning. you're right among a number of one-liners during this primary campaign we heard donald trump make this comment. >> they say i have the most
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loyal people. did you ever see that? where i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. okay? it's like incredible. >> trump has referred to the loyalty of his support base but this comment triggered a response from some of his rivals or at least those who speak for his rivals. senator ted cruz was asked about these comments but he said mr. trump can speak for himself. however there is someone who is criticizing the front-runner for him. radio show host glenn beck who post boasts he has never made a presidential endorsement before and backs cruz. here's what he said on behalf of donald's comments. >> the arrogance is beyond imagination. we are as citizens required to judge his record. and his record is very clear. he is' lifelong progressive. >> beck was among a number of
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political pundits who spoke out against trump in the latest edition of "the national review." and among the back and forth emerges former new york city mayor michael bloomberg who told reporters he is considering an independent presidential campaign. his decision will be made after the iowa caucus, and the new hampshire primary. bloomberg who is known for his support of gun control reportedly has upwards of $1 billion to finance a campaign. so we'll see. back to you guys. >> wow. >> busy day in politics, even in the snow yesterday. all right. >> guys, guard your styrofoam and sugary sodas. >> coming up here on the show, hillary clinton's e-mails, beyond top secret. some lawmakers couldn't even see them. general david petraeus was prosecuted for much less. so how can the fbi and the doj end up doing nothing? our next guest says clinton's case is much more damning. and "saturday night live" takes on sarah palin. >> she's a real pistol.
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>> hillary clinton continuing to deny any wrongdoing regarding her e-mails. but just this week investigators revealing intel on human spying in at least one e-mail on her server. in a week where we're also seeing general david petraeus facing a possible demotion from four stars to three, for his part -- prosecution on much less, how can the fbi and doj not pursue charges against clinton? here to weigh in, former deputy assistant director of the counterterrorism division of the fbi, terry turche, thanks for joining us this morning. >> you're welcome, good morning. >> we've been hearing from democratic spokesmen and others saying this just isn't a big deal, ultimately, you know, wasn't marked classified at the time. is this going away or is this a persistent big deal that yep ar diesed our national security? >> well, this is a huge deal. and i'm just at a loss, after having spent 40 years in government service, and just like you, pete, who handle
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classified information, that the democratic party and hillary clinton and all of these people are so confused about what's classified, and what's not, and what the rules are. i've never really run into anybody that was confused who worked in the government this long. and to maybe set the stage and kind of explain why this is a big deal, there's 150 permanent and temporary fbi agents employees working on this task force, and to give you some sort of perspective, that's about the size of a small fbi field division. so you have an entire group of people who are looking at this, and they're interviewing hundreds of people, they're looking at not just hillary clinton, but all of the people that handle these e-mails, as they were being transmitted to her, and handled the classified information that was the basis for the pieces in the e-mail. >> sure so this is ongoing. not going anywhere soon. yet we hear in the news about david petraeus and they're going after him and his four stars, for sharing information about paula broadwell. one individual, yet in this
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case, with hillary clinton, she was willing to share it on an unsecured server, with umpteen number of people. why is it -- why is this so much different? or is it that much different from what david petraeus did? >> well, i think that different people have different opinions, but here's the bottom line. this is actually much more massive than what david petraeus did. david petraeus was providing information, in connection with his future stories and books and things, i suppose, but this is information that came in, and then sat on an unclassified server, a personal server, in places we don't even know for a long, long time. and all sorts of information from what we're hearing in the public realm was on this. and for every peegs of information we've heard about, i'm sure there's many more that right now the fbi is looking at, and trying to pull together and make sense of, and again, to put it in context, this is all about detail. it's not about, did i receive something that had markings.
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nobody's disputing the marking that this -- this is about what's classified information, essentially declassified by someone, and then placed in a classified, personal e-mail. they'll look at every piece of information on these classified communications that came in to the state department, and who logged them in, who then redued them. remember they're all kept in a skiff or in a particular location, particularly the higher the classification, and then they'll interview those people. and then they'll ask them who told you to change markings if, in fact, you did that and put this in her personal e-mail? that's the kind of detail they'll be looking at. >> you being in the counterterrorism division of the fbi have seen this. i was just a lowly infantryman but i still know when something was classified and needed to read it in a separate department, especially if it was a higher classification than top secret which we're hearing at least one of the e-mails was even higher than that. thanks for your expertise in
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china. >> thank you, pete, take care. >> you got it, thank you. coming up, he's been called on to boycott the oscars but host chris rock, he's got other plans. how he's reacting to the controversy. brand-new this morning. plus many of us are getting ready to dig out this morning but shoveling can be dangerous. up next the tips you need to know before you head outside with your shovel. with the pain and swelling of my moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis... ordinary objects often seemed... intimidating.
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welcome back. some quick headlines for you. comedian chris rock still planning to host the oscars despite calls for him to join a boycott against the academy's lack of diversity. instead rock's opening monologue will address the diversity controversy. with many actors boycotting. rock says he's rewritten all of his jokes. and one new york woman
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didn't have the time of her life trying to pull off this dance move. ♪ yeah. remember that classic from "dirty dancing"? well 56-year-old suzanne coture sue ago man for dropping her as she tried to jump in his arms. she says her partner let her fall on purpose, busting up her knees and face. she's now seeking help with her medical bills. that's a good partner. well extreme weather turning deadly during this weekend's monster storm in new york city alone at least three people died while shoveling snow. >> all apparently suffered heart attacks. this is just one of the health hazards dr. siegel warned us against yesterday during this winter wall lop. so how can you protect yourself? fox news medical a-team's dr. marc siegel joins us with life-saving tips. you were on the show warning us and three fatalities because of it. >> people are not being careful enough. they get out there, they shovel snow. they're not supposed to be doing
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it, because they've been sedentary. people who exercise regularly, maybe they're overweight. people don't realize that shoveling snow is actually a major, major anivity. did you snow that it actually is worse in terms of raising your heartrate and blood pressure than running on a treadmill. a surgeon general report said it's the equivalent of bicycling five miles. plus you're using your upper body. you're out in the snow, on the elliptical and lifting weights at the same time. >> you say in 15 minutes. 15 minutes of shoveling that's what's equal to five miles on a bike. >> just 15 minutes. and the people that are doing it are not the same people that are usually exercising. so you can't go from a couch to -- and by the way, it's also, anna, goal oriented. so you don't want to stop. with a treadmill you get tired, you get short of breath, you stop. shoveling snow you say, got to get the driveway cleared. you slip, you hurt your back. there's several hundred heart attacks a year. >> our viewers, if you live next to an elderly couple or something, go over there and help them out. >> absolutely. great tip. >> the other thing that we need
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to make sure to do is bundle up because of hypothermia. >> it's a huge problem because the first symptom may be getting confused. usually we have 98.6 our tell turl. but you know what? if it gets down to 95, you're going to start slurring your words. you're going to get confused and you may not get out of the cold fast enough. if i see somebody that's hypothermic i want to put them in warm blankets, get them to the emergency room right away. give them warm, intravenous. i want to use something to really warm them up quickly. sometimes i use something called ekmo which literally warms the blood. takes it out of the body and puts it back in. it's a very dangerous situation. >> also kids out there playing they don't realize their hands have been exposed for a long time. frostbite a major concern. >> this can occur within one or two minutes of being out in the cold. wear those gloves, wear those hats. a lot of heat escapes through the head. cover your mouth. but if your fingers start to tingle or to feel numb, that -- or to turn red that could be frostbite right away. get inside. start rubbing them, put them
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under warm water. again, with the blankets. >> speaking of feeling numb, you know, some folks might say i'm going to warm myself up a little bit, have a drink or two, hot toddy. false warmth before i go out and shovel. good idea? >> she said it before we came out here, it's false warmth. it's false warmth. because you feel great, you know, even your cheeks may turn red. guess what isn't turning red? the inside of you. you know what? when you drink you lose your body's thermostat. you lose the ability to sense the cold. and then you're out there, you start getting confused from the combination of the alcohol and the cold. you're wandering around. really bad idea. you get dehydrated. you have to preserve 3w4r50d flow to your vital organs. you know what takes that away? alcohol. the worst idea. you get dehydrated. you get confused. and you're -- your skin gets colder and colder. very poor idea. >> while we're using apparatuses to help heat ourselves back up in our homes we need to worry about carbon monoxide poisoning and also fires, you say.
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>> space heaters. you're not used to where that plug something put in. you can actually trip a cord. you can get a break in the cord. you can get an electrical fire. those devices that emit like propane and that kind of a heat, that can give you a gas fire. a lot of people in this kind of weather use the stove to try to heat the room, and that's an extremely bad idea because, again, the gas can leak. you can have gas fires. you can have an emission of carbon monoxide from these things and not know it. that is an invisible killer. we get a ton of carbon monoxide poisoning us -- >> i find outlets in my garage that i never knew existed plugging things into that you know we'll see. >> and you're plugging things in, that you haven't used in awhile. you plug them in you have a fire from it. very bad idea. especially in times when you see electrical -- electricity going out people are using these devices that they shouldn't be. >> hopefully people heed your warning. 28 minutes after the hour. coming up on the program on your sunday morning, stranded in the storm. a group of high schoolers stuck on a bus for more than 20 hours.
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how they were finally able to get free and join us live. >> plus live from new york, sarah palin. she's back the cast of "sen" taking on pailin''s endorsement of the donald. >> she's a real pistol. >> it's what the lame stream media is spinning. they're spinning. just say trump, and his trumpeters -- sargento people are real cheese people, three generations spanning over 60 years.
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♪ it is your shot of the morning. the blizzard going to the dogs. look at that. can't be dogs in snow. thousands of people taking to social media to show off their pups reacting to all the snow they've probably never seen before, some of them. some could barely get their head off the snow. look at that. >> the little sweater. >> after the travel ban was put in place my husband walked me to the train with our dog baxter. so that's me, baxter loved it. he was off lead, which -- >> that's the most i've seen him move. >> snowy nose, and snowy toes. he's a happy boy. doesn't like it if it's cold but if it's cold and snowy he would stay out there all day. >> a south carolina dog. we want to see your photos this morning. you can send us in of your dogs, animals in the snow. we'll show them on "fox & friends." >> right now we're going to hand
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it over to rick. we're going to talk about this one. a highway is one of the worst places to find yourself when a blizzard strikes. but that's exactly what happened to a group of students. >> yeah, rick has all the details on what happened to these guys. >> you remember yesterday we had been talking about all those people stuck on a kentucky highway overnight. now we have the exact same thing going on on the pennsylvania turnpike yesterday. over 20 hours. a school bus, a bunch of kids coming back from the march for life rally going on in d.c., headed home, and they got stuck. also a college football team that was stuck. we're actually going to have somebody from that bus, though, on the show coming up in a little bit and talk about how they survived, how they handled being out in that snow and that cold for that long. snow that was blowing and causing whiteout conditions in pennsylvania, as well. so many areas that dealt with these kinds of things. keep sending us your pictures. got to tell you also, there's been a travel ban that's -- that was in effect in new york city. that will be lifted at 7:00. so people are able to finally get back out on the roads. all cars off of the roads, which meant that the streets turned
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into pedestrianways because none of the sidewalks were shoveled yesterday at all. but that is about to be lifted so people can get back, at least in and out. want to just show you a satellite loop real quickly of the storm. 48 hours north of this storm, and there you go. across the south. look at how many people were impacted from this, from parts of the deep south, places as far west as arkansas. all the way up throughout massachusetts. snow in parts of florida, yesterday. you get the idea. an incredible storm. and such a widespread area that saw snowfall totals in the 20 to 30 range from virginia, west virginia, all the way up throughout pennsylvania, and new york city, breaking records all the way through, guys. this will be one for the history books. you always hear people talk about storm of '93. the blizzard of '93. this will be the blizzard of 2016. >> you watch that green part of that. i don't know anything about maps. i know the green means snow. it just hugs that coastline all the way around. it really -- it really came down. >> certainly did. >> all right, rick, thanks so
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much. great job. 35 minutes after the hour. on to some other stories making headlines. this fox news alert. reports right now of a massive earthquake rocking alaska. the 7.1 magnitude quake shaking up the region. the large quake hit near pedro bay, just southwest of anchorage. right now we know buildings were rattled but no reports of any damage or injuries. the national weather service says a tsunami is not expected. at a hospital they say the flint river is responsible for legionnaires' outbreak that killed nine people there. the bacteria found in hospital's watt your sip ply where at least two patients with legionnaires' were treated. the county saw a spike in legionnaires' cases in the month after flint switched its water source to the river. thousands of children dealing with lead poisoning after drinking the water. passengers arriving at jfk airport are aloud to leave the hub without going through customs. american airlines passengers
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have just arrived from cancun and were sent straight to the baggage claim area without having their passports or bags checked. a nearly identical incident happened back in november, also with an american airlines flight coming from cancun. how does that make you feel? washington, d.c. police taking the break from the storm for a pickup game of football. >> do it! higher, higher, higher! >> one officer using a textbook stiff-arm -- >> on a resident to score. >> wow. >> with the men in blue. >> here's the stiff arm. watch, watch, watch. oh! >> almost. well textbook. meanwhile, did you catch "saturday night live"? you know tina fey's send-up of sarah palin in the last election cycle had everyone laughing. people thought it was spot-on. even sarah palin herself said that. he went on "saturday night live" side by side with her.
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they had some funny moments. sarah palin coming out this week and endorsing done trumd so tina fey was back in good warm. >> i'm here for all your teachers and teamsters, you farmers, and charmers, whether you're a mom, or two broke girls, or three men and a baby, or rock 'n' roller, holy roller, pushing stroller, pro bowler with an abscessed molar. >> she's a firecracker. she's a real pistol. she's crazy, isn't she? >> yeah being yeaak yak yak, hes are spinning. they say trump and his right wi clinging proud clingers of our guns but he can kick isis' ass because he commands fire. >> i hope nobody's allergic to
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nuts because we got a big one here. >> iowa is just a week from tomorrow. so -- >> a lot of people pointing that that endorsement could be a big swing for donald trump. picking up tea party endorsement. >> the big conversation has been conservative or not. you land someone like sarah palin, you know, that could be a big deal. >> senator cruz picking up glenn beck, too. >> coming up here, i hit the streets to see why so many voters are angry in america. picking up on donald trump's message. >> they suck, they don't know what they're doing and i hate them -- >> they railroad everybody. >> i'm going to do what i want. it's not the way it should be run. >> a lot of anger out there. >> what else has americans fired up? >> and a new poll says most americans are angry, too and we are going to be seeing that in just a bit from clayton. >> they're angry because their flights are canceled. >> and i am one of them. my flight's been canceled twice. if you're trying to fly after this massive blizzard. kurt the cyber guy has five secrets airlines don't want you
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>> looks kind of silly, but like this so they don't get frozen to your windshield. >> i saw a couple of cars last night the wipers were up but totally covers so all you could see were the tips of the wipers up. that might not actually help you. >> i think he's taken a little bit of a break. >> somebody get the man some coffee. >> it's amazing. when you have all of the streets right now being plowed in, so a lot of the parking garages, local businesses, their whole front entrances are totally blocked off. if you look at central park this morning, it's just gorgeous. that's where our find our julie banderas, overlooking the park as the sun comes up. how does it look there? >> hey, guys, yeah, you know, it's quiet. it's gorgeous. there's no cars on the road. i love that. i've never really seen that except for maybe two other times in the history of my living here. but here in central park, wow, what a winter wallop. we were expecting somewhere around 12 inches of snow, i'm not blaming the meteorologists because i know it's barely impossible, in fact, to predict exactly how much snow these kinds of storms come in and bring us. but let's just take a look if we
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can. can we pan over to central park, if you will? we're above it. so let's just look down on what we have in front of us. snow totals in central park marking the second largest winter storm in new york city history since 1869. central park's weather station actually recording 26.8 inches of snow so far this storm. the record for the top slot is 26.9 inches of snow from february 2006. so it's just one tenth off of breaking that record. the winter storm did result in a travel ban across the city, and on long island. excuse me. ordered by the new york's governor. mta buses and above ground subway lines also shut down throughout the city. the reason, obviously meant to ensure the public safety. but to make sure that the thousands of snow plows could get out and properly do their jobs to clear the roads, and, of course, make for safe travel once the ban is lifted. and while hundreds of cars were towed no arrests as the mayor warned there would be if people violated that order. the travel of that ban basically
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the city ban will be lifted at 7:00 a.m. no airports movement either. i mean i actually, 10,000 flights were canceled friday, saturday sunday in all. and all the lights were out on broadway, as well. but back to central park. i will say, you know, it was mostly quiet for the evening. you didn't see anybody actually driving around, although last night, while i was on the fox report studio i did spot a snow angel. it was a sighting of a snow angel. and so, of course, we at the fox report like to dig deep and here's what we found. >> all right. >> i love it. oh, my god it's too deep for a snow angel. >> oh, my gosh, somebody save brian. >> so basically, you know, safety is always my number one concern, and so i needed to test the snow out myself on the show to make sure it was safe enough for our kids to explore. >> okay. so we're going to see your snow angel video next, right, julie?
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>> coming up in the 7:00 hour, julie is going to be out there. >> right. >> she was on our show all day yesterday all the way through fox report. >> i know. and then i had to freeze in the end. >> thank you, julie. >> at least at the end of the day. in other news, donald trump, well he's angry. >> i'm very angry. because our country is being run horribly. and i will gladly accept the mantle of anger. our country is being run by incompetent people. and yes, i am angry. >> but, mr. trump isn't alone. it seems that most americans are also angry. >> yeah, according to a new rasmussen survey 67% of voters are fed up with the federal government. 84% have had it with congress. and 57% are livid with large corporations. so i hit the streets of new york city to find out exactly what is getting people so fired up. watch. >> donald trump in the most recent fox business debate said
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that he would be happy to take on the mantle of being the anger candidate. are you guys angry with your federal government? >> i don't get angry. >> don't make me angry. you wouldn't like me when i'm angry. >> i don't get angry, but i'm disappointed. i would say that. >> why are you disappointed? >> because we could do so much good, but everyone is sort of against each other in congress and i wish that they would come to some sort of agreement instead of just knocking each other down. >> that's when you throw a combination to the gut and a left hook to the jaw. >> they suck. they don't know what they're doing. and you know, i hate them. >> i railroad everybody. >> it's not the way it should be run. >> the federal government, congress, or large corporations? which makes you the most angry? >> how about large corporations. >> it's not personal, it's strictly business. >> what makes you so angry about them? >> i really think they don't have the interests of their employees at heart. >> the federal government, congress, or large corporations?
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which makes you the angriest? >> oh, that's split between corporations and large government. >> large government? >> large government. >> you go congress. >> congress? >> the federal government, congress, or large corporations? which of those three make you the most angry? >> congress. congress. congress. >> congress. >> congress. >> well, it's a straight sweep for congress. you're doing well, congress. >> you know, just don't get things done. >> you know, we learned in kindergarten you have to share, put things back, you know, do all these wonderful things, why can't we do that as a government? >> yeah. now we're having fun. >> i'm a moderate. >> it's a two-party system. you have to vote for one of us! >> i think both parties went one always to the left and one went always to the right. >> i believe i'll vote for a third party candidate. >> go ahead.
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throw your vote away. ha, ha, ha. >> and i do have a problem with congress, because they're not following what the people want. they're just doing their thing. >> how could anything possibly ever get done? >> it doesn't. that's the genius of a system. >> we need term limits. on every government official. you're there for "x" number of years, and you can't come back. >> a lot of americans like our government, are frustrated. >> frustration. your thoughts? friends@foxnews.com. are you fed up with your federal government or is it large corporations or is it congress? let us know. >> that's why you're seeing the the year of the outsider candidate. >> all right coming up here on the show. airlines canceling even more flights and expected to be a major headache. are you crazy enough to fly after this massive blizzard? kurt the cyber guy with the secrets airlines don't want you to know about. >> come on in, kurt! what if one sit-up could prevent heart disease?
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welcome back. travel a nightmare as major cities dig out under lofts snow. 10,000 flights canceled leaving some stranded for days. airlines have started to cancel flights for tomorrow too. a ripple effect. throwing a wrench into many people's travel plans. >> here is what the airlines won't tell you is kurt the cyber guy with tips. >> whether you're stuck or you plan to travel any time soon. in the future these tips will pay off no matter what. i'm talking about the recovery effort right now at airports all up and down the eastern seaboard. especially in the northeast. it is really difficult to get a flight home for those who were scheduled to find out that their flights are canceled. there are things that the airlines won't tell you. but we will, this morning. have a look at tip number one.
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there are actually a lot more flights out there than the airlines are willing to tell you. why? >> well, there's just simply a whole bunch of flights this don't come up on their radar. they don't think about maybe sending you to canada to go down to the la vegas. it's a little tip. if you find that, they will book it for you. one little tip there. when airports reopen, something to think about, i'm trying to get to the west coast at this point, it really takes them approximately 12 to 15 hours, for example at jfk here in new york city to get going again. it is really a huge effort to get an airport turned back on. >> you also say don't wait at the counter. use twitter instead of standing in line. why? >> you know that. we're talking right now. you can call, wait on hold. you can also stand in line at an airport once you get back into the swing of things, but if you go on twitter to the airline's official handle and reach them there, it's an entirely
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different team of people waiting to help you. they'll do it super fast. check this out. the faa has a lot of hand in this. because they're not just there regulating airlines overall. they're actually saying, hey, we're going to help with the restart effort at an airport. so what they'll do often is go like 10 or 30% cutbacks for an airline to help it go restart. so fewer flights are going out. the fact is, you want to be on a bigger plane, not a smaller one. more people, more money for the airline. they'll kill the little planes first. we'll have a bunch more later this morning. >> flight aware.com is a great place to go to. >> really great way to see what's working. >> coming up on the show, this is not a city, but it is a show. former new york city mayor michael bloomberg could be entering the presidential race. how could it affect the rest of the field? a fair and balanced debate up next. you've been sending us your
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good morning. it's sunday, the 24th of january 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is an extreme weather alert. of the battered east coast is -- digging out from the blizzard. an historic storm that rocked the nation's capitol, air travel and times square to a standstill. we're tracking where it's headed next. a new york name revisiting a white house run. could mayor michael bloomberg be joining a white house run? what it will take for him to hit the trail. sarah palin is back on the trail and back on "saturday night live." >> i'm here for all you teachers and teamsters, you farmers and
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charmers. >> we'll have more from the skit that has everyone talking this morning. fox and frebds hour two starts right now. welcome to "fox and friends" on this sunday morning. this guy has been trying to dig out his car for the duration of the show behind my head. we'll see if he finishes it by the end of the show. countdown clock is on. good morning everyone. >> hope you're doing well. we're going to be talking about snow all morning long. we want to see your pictures. get those in. we'll get straight to the extreme weather alert. americans are waking up getting ready to dig out after the blizzard of 2016. it dumped more than 2 feet of snow here in new york city and washington, d.c. >> the powerful storm wreaking havoc and claiming the lives unfortunately of at least 18 people. as major cities deal with the incredible snowfall totals, states like new jersey and delaware dealing with devastating coastal flooding. >> we're bringing you fox team
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coverage this morning. maria molina is live in washington, d.c. where the nation's capitol was slammed with snow. >> we'll get to her in a moment but first over to rick like man. >> cars are allowed to get back on the roads in new york city now. take a look at the video around the new york city area. in midtown manhattan, not that many cars. take a look at this. your cars are allowed to get back on the roads. good luck getting your car out of this. there's a few pictures that i took last night as i was walking around my neighborhood in brooklyn. there you go. brooklyn, they're all on their bikes. not on the bikes or in the cars today. you get the idea. it's going to be really tough. it's a good thing they put the ban in. it allowed them to get the plows through a lot of main streets. as of 9:00 last night, nothing going in brooklyn. still no plows had gone through that area. it will be rough to get the cars going out there.
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however, hey, our camera guy, if you look up a little bit here, that's blue sky. it is clear skies right now. so we're going to be watching a much nicer day here. temperatures usually are very often behind the storm, especially in january, can get really, really cold. that is not going to be the case this time. so it is going to help the conditions. d.c., new york, back into the 40s by tuesday. overnight lows, freezing. the melting during the daytime will freeze the roads at night. be careful in the mornings heading to work. but it will help get rid of the snow quicker than we might normally see for a storm in january. guys? >> rick, yesterday about this time, you were looking behind you going where are these thousands of pieces of plowing equipment that the city is talking about. how is it looking. up to your standards? >> up to my standards? in the city, it looked a lot better this morning. everything is plowed, which is nice. there you go. you have to plow 2 1/2 feet of
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snow and where do you put it? it just goes to the side of the roads and there were cars still, you can see underneath the piles are cars that had not been moved off the road. you have to have to plow around that. it's why you got to get your cars off the road before the plows come in. so it's better, fortunately, not a lot of cars today and still it's sunday. thank god, guys, this storm happened on a weekend. if this happened during the workweek, a weekday, this would have been a completely different story. >> absolutely. >> typically, run in tandem. i saw four going down the road yesterday at the same time. >> you look on the sidewalk, look at that block. it's going from the road to the sidewalk. you got to melt it somewhere. hunkering down in d.c. has been maria molina. she's been out there at the bull's-eye of this thing. the bull's-eye was so wide, up and down the east coast. maria, what are you seeing at this hour? >> reporter: here in d.c., we have a lot of snow mounds all over the place and the cleanup effort has already started.
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some of the roads starting to look better as crews continue to do their work. we switched location. we still have the capitol building behind me. but there's a hill in front of the capitol building where kids usually like to go sledding down it. but they have been banned from doing that for decades. we talked to a cop abdomen he said they usually look the other way. they're officially allowed to sled here. we have our sleds and we'll be checking that out later this morning just for you for "fox and friends." hopefully it goes well. there has already been controversy brewing online about the snowfall reports here in d.c. i believe in reagan national, they're debating their method of taking that report. it's very important during such historic snowstorms because we need to know how much snow came down for record keeping and all that. then i saw another post declaring it the second highest snowfall in d.c. history. we'll keep you updated on that. 20 to 30 inches fell across this
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area with locally higher amounts to the west of d.c. there was a brief period of time where we had a dry slot work its way in and keep the snowfall totals a little lower than were originally expected. the forecast verified here, 20 to 30 inches came down. people were told to stay off the roads. but unfortunately, some did not obey and ended up stuck on the roads. now the snowfall is gone and the cleanup begins. let's head over to you. >> who says that congress can't get anything done? they lifted the sledding ban. >> oh, good. >> it had been in place for decades when they passed the $1.1 trillion spending bill. >> part son move. >> we can get behind that. thanks, maria. what pictures did you take yesterday that you were out there with your kids? we want to see them this morning. send them in to us. there was a lot of people in new york, including all of us wandering through times square. >> i happened to walk through times square yesterday and there is a mountain of snow. >> which you don't see really
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ever in times square. so i like king of the hill i was on top of the hill for 15 minutes. >> i'm the king of the world. >> i have a similar post. here i am in the area yesterday. >> we weather embracing pose. >> it was nice. something cleansing about having a beautiful white snow. >> i don't have any pictures because i was eating a cheeseburger. >> i had a couple of bloody mayors -- juliette huddy couldn't get ut. she was snowed in. everybody is battling the temperatures. >> the snowdrifts are up to the door. they had to try to dig it out so the dog could get out and go. >> the door push, the shovel, the door push the shovel. it's a tricky maneuver. >> back for a little bourbon and door push. >> send us your picks. here's a pick of little dolphin in tennessee playing in the snow. >> wow. >> michelle from new jersey sent this one.
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her siberian husky lying in the snow. >> totally happy. it's like a blanket to them. >> sledding twins. call the cute police on this one. kennedy and connor. >> keep them coming in. we want to see your photos all morning long. >> hit us up on facebook and twitter. other stories making headlines. in southern california, three escaped inmates. hussein, jonathan choo and -- they cut through a half-inch steel bars at the santa ana jail there and rappelled down the side of the building before running away. all are considered to be dangerous. the escape may have taken months to plan. they may have had help from the outside as well. a reward is being offered for information leading to their arrest. people in alaska waking up to an earthquake shaking up that region. pedro bay, southwest of
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anchorage. right now, we know buildings were rattled but no reports of damage or yr injuries. the national weather service says a tsunami is not expected. the oklahoma robbery suspect who killed a bank president was released from a texas prison by mistake. listen to this, folks. reports say that cedric norris was allowed to leave prison in march of 2012. this despite still needing to complete a prison sentence of 60 years. and another ten years in oklahoma. officials in oklahoma blame the texas department of criminal justice. the agency that runs that state's prisons for norris not being returned to oklahoma to finish his prison time there. live from new york, it's tina fey back to take on sarah palin. >> i'm here for all you teachers and teamster, you farmers and charmers. it's what the -- >> nobody is allergic to nuts.
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we got a big one here. >> she repriced her role days after palin endorsed trump. she even got her hands-on a sold-out gray fringe sweater. >> i'd like to see her in a campaign. >> probably coming. ten minutes after the hour. speaking of the 2016 election, donald trump campaigning just days before the iowa vote. picking up another endorsement. >> absolutely. there's been a number of endorsements on the trail. a big endorsement for ted cruz from glenn beck and obviously on "saturday night live" portraying an important endorsement. "saturday night live" talks about it, but sarah palin is respected by a lot of conservatives. >> there was a huge comment made by donald trump on the campaign trail yesterday much there was a huge comment on the campaign trail by donald trump and it was we're in washington with the comments making headlines by donald. >> good morning guys. the republican front-runner,
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donald trump is constantly referring to his loyal support base. whether those who support his new york values or his poll numbers. this statement he made yesterday caught some off guard. >> they say i have the most loyal people. did you ever see that? where i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? it's like incredible. >> this triggered a response if his rivals, ted cruz said mr. trump can speak for himself. there is, however, someone criticizing him. radio show glenn beck boasted he never made a presidential endorsement backed ted cruz. he's a wid-- here's what he sai about donald's statements. >> the arrogance is beyond imagination. we are as citizens required to judge his record. his record is very clear. he is a lifelong progressive.
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>> he was among a number of political pundits who spoke out against trump in the latest edition of the national review. he's not the only candidate speaking of cruz seeing a big push ahead of iowa. marco rubio received high praises from the des moines -- endorsing rubio saying he has "the potential to chart a new direction for the party and perhaps the nation with his message of restoring the american dream." on the democratic side, they went behind hillary clinton as it did in '08. that's a state she did not win that election cycle. >> thank you so much. >> you know, state department is seeking an extension on the deadline for the latest batch of e-mails, too, and they're blaming the blizzard. >> interesting. let's take a look at the polls. take a look at this. this is a national poll right now. 2016 fox news poll. donald trump firmly ahead at
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34%. ted cruz at 20% among likely republican primary voters. >> these polls have driven a lot of the discussion so far from debates and everything else. who is top and who is not. thankfully, at 9:00 a.m., fox news is releasing another poll from iowa and new hampshire fresh off the press. who is on top? new hampshire and iowa coming down to the wire. >> it will be interesting if the endorsements have any weight. sarah palin's endorsement of trump, glenn beck for ted cruz. >> a third-party surprise. underneath the snow yesterday, former new york city mayor michael bloomberg, there were rumblings that he may be entering the presidential race. what would that mean for the frontrunners in the race? we'll have a fair and balanced debate on that next. in new york city, millions are tasked with digging out this morning. we're live in the city just ahead. my opioid pain medication leaves me feeling locked up.
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well, could there soon be a major wildcard in the race for the white house? former new york city mayor and billionaire, michael bloomberg is reportedly weighing a presidential run. a move that some would welcome. what kind of impact would that have on the sflas here to debate it is gop communications expert adam goodman and nicole graham. thank you for joining us. adam, let me start with you. where does he find his niche in this race? this has been a race about anger, frustration. how likely is it that he steps? >> it's interesting that we have a candidate that makes trump
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look like an ordinary billionaire. his pathway to victory will be a difficult one. he's a social liberal, a fiscal conservative. not afraid to go against the grain. i think he did a good job in new york for the first two terms as mayor, a rocky third term. his challenge is how do you fit into a race where you have two major nominees. the last time this happened as you probably remember was ross perot who captured not a single electoral vote. i don't know how he vits into a winning formula. in a world full of surprises and campaign season full of twists and turns, bloomberg would shake things up a bit. >> nicole, adam raises that point. third party candidates had a tough road in american policy. almost have to look back to teddy roosevelt for an effect ul run. some think that bloomberg would pull from a democratic nominee. how would he fare in an election? >> i actually think that if you think about it, bloomberg is the
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candidate for all seasons. most americans are moderates who want social, central social policies while having personal economic prosperity. i think you'll pull moderates from democrats and republicans. i think his candidacy spells trouble for both party's candidates. >> you think it does? one much his positions, put a lot of money behind it is gun control, against a lot of the polls of americans and how they feel about their relationship with the second amendment and not to mention 16-ounce drinks he wans wants to ban. >> it's unclear. obviously he's invested a lot of money, pushed gun control, climate change and other issues that don't always run with the grain of the establishment. it's unclear whether even this is his motivation for running. here's his issue. you want to talk about his real
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challen challenge. this is a year where americans are looking for a more muscular stronger kind of leader as a successor to president obama. that's really not bloomberg's style. he's more of an intellectual, more soft-spoken. i don't know how that will play on the actual stage of this campaign. in terms of willing to take on some very, very tough difficult controversial issues, certainly michael bloomberg never shied away from a fight. >> absolutely. this is an interesting political season, no doubt. adam and nicole graham, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> absolutely. thank you. new york city slowly coming back to life after getting more than 2 feet of snow. 26 inches in some places. a live report from the big apple next. plus, are you stuck inside this morning? kevin mccarthy has netflix picks to cure your cabin fever like some oldies but great shots like breaking bad.
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welcome back. new york city getting way more snow than predicted. more than 25 inches in central park alone. that's where julie banderas is overlooking the park as the sunrises. >> what a view. >> look at that, julie. thanks for joining us. >> i have to say, i love my view more when the mayor and the governor make all the traffic disappear. this is awesome. i feel like i live in the suburbs. the winter wallop catching a lot -- also breaking records as the second largest snowstorm new york city history since 1869, which is quite a feat.
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in total in fact, we got 26.8 inches in central park. let me ask our photographer jay to pan off my view so you can take a look. people are out walking on the streets. that citywide travel ban was lifted as of 7:00 this morning. but so far, i have not seen one vehicle on the streets as of yet. central park's weather station recorded 26.8 inches of snow so far for the storm. the record for the top slot is 26.9 inches of snow, which was back in february of 2006. so we're just off a tenth of an inch from breaking that record. but, again, the winter travel ban, obviously being lifted by 7:00 a.m. basically, there were no buses allowed, no subways traveling aboveground and no vehicles allowed. no arrests and there were no warnings if you were caught driving on the street you did face arrest. fortunately, the city that never sleeps did stay up all night. we just watched. back to you guys. >> we know how do best here in
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manhattan. julie, thanks. >> we do a lot of walking. >> you got to hunker down and watch netflix. the east coast still in a standstill. if you're spending today inside, not going to the theater so how can you beat the cabin fever. here with his picks is kevin mccarthy, founder of nerd peers.com. look at that jacket. >> you've got the fever, too. >> i do. i use this suit over the christmas holiday. but i mean, i thought it was appropriate to wear in a snowstorm here in washington, d.c. we got 2 feet of snow and i'm going to a star wars themed snowball fight in dupont circle in d.c. i'll be rocking this out with my light saber and storm trooper mask. i'll be a target today with this suit on. >> netflix, we start out with breaking bad is one of your picks. i couldn't agree more. >> yeah. there's so many great things on netflix that you can stream.
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make sure you're staying tuned to fox news for the updates. if you have a laptop or mobile device, pop on netflix and check out breaking bad. in my opinion, one of the greatest shows of all-time. the beauty of break he can bad is that the writing and the directing and the cinematography and the performances are better than most movies we see today. it's incredible. television is in the golden age and breaking bad continually proved that. it's a beautiful television show. again, not for kids whatsoever. very, very disturbing at times. but it's such a well-written show. i love episode crawl space in season 4. best episode. >> if you want to be in it and win it, watch making a murderer about steven avery. ten episodes. everybody is talking about this one, kevin. >> what a riveting series. it's a ten-part documentary series following steven avery who is convicted and currently serving a life sentence for the murder of teresa halbach.
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it poses so many questions and gets people talking. make sure you do your research. when you finish watching the series, there's a lot of facts kept out of the documentary. follow all of that so you can build your own opinion about what really happened. it's a very fascinating documentary. >> there's a lot of new things that because people are watching it on netflix, they've picked up things they missed in the trial which is also fascinating. it's like a continuing story. >> i got to jump in, when i saw this, zack, a.c. slater, lisa turtle. when you threw saved by the bell in there, you had me at hello. >> wow. >> you know what, that's why we're best friends, by the way. it's one of the best shows of all-time. i've seen every episode at least five times. i love mr. belding. i love everything about the series. you can watch it on netflix and relive all your favorite episodes. i love the episode when screech gets struck by lightning. i love when they're trying to save the max. there's so many great episodes
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in that. >> we watched this movie. this is a movie on your list. jumanji. we watched this with the kids. they were a little scared but they loved it. >> i saw this as a young kid. it's a little scary at times. it is pg. but robin williams, one of the greatest actors of all-time. in this movie particularly, he shows his dramatic and comedic chops and jumanji is on my list as a movie. >> so much stuff on netflix. thanks, kevin. enjoy the snowball fight. >> bad boys ii and along came polly. follow me on twitter at kevin mccarthy.tv if you want more recommendations. >> love the suit. 29 minutes after the hour. here's what's coming up on a sunday morning. stars lauchk a campaign to stop donald trump and not only that, they are targeting the media as well. we have the details ahead. plus, does your car look like this right now?
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♪ blizzard bride. she didn't turn into a blizzard i will a bride. new york city bride braving the blizzard to get married at st. paul the apostle church. the wedding walking down 9th avenue for the reception. >> she took the subway. due to the travel ban, no other option. the memories are priceless she says. >> absolutely incredible. we partied with strangers. we were chanting our subway wedding. it was a lot of fun. i think our pictures will be next level. >> the couple invited about 220 guests. only about 100 were able to make it. >> hopefully they didn't pre-pay for the couple hundred bucks per head per plate or more in new york. >> at first you think it's a bummer. but then it's an incredibly memorable moment. >> you'll remember that. >> the blizzard is causing a
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headache for everybody who tried to drive yesterday. look at this. a snowplow, a car designed to get rid of all this snow getting stuck. >> hmm. rick rick mutt. >> when you go through an experience like that, you want to break records. let's make it count for something. like boston being so miserable, you want -- yesterday the snowstorm in new york city far bigger than i think any of us thought. but we did not break the record by .1 of an inch. that's a bummer. but you can travel again on the roads. this is 6th avenue. still snowy. as far as i can see, i do see a car that's going to be coming up a little bit. go a little bit off towards the right here chris. here's the problem. you got to put the snow someplace. this guy, woman certainly cleaned off their car nicely.
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but now all the snow is in front of it. this gigantic pile and they try to cram four or five cars on -- into a street, four or five wide. that won't happen now. like one lane. by tomorrow, it's going to be a really rough day. everybody is going to have to take public transportation. it's a rough one. you can get your car out. most of them are deeply buried. >> we'll show you techniques to clean our car out in a few minutes. you need tips to do that, we'll be doing that out on the plaza. if you're a hipster, live in brooklyn like rick, your bicycle. >> i'm from minnesota. not a hipster. i've given you all the tips how to clean your car off. channel that for me, will you? >> 36 minutes after the hour. now to your headlines. ex-cia consultant robert levinson who disappeared in 2011 had a chance to come home then.
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documents showed the ambassador to france would have secured levinson's release if the iaea report on iran was delayed. iran long since denied knowing where levinson is. four americans were released as part of the recent trade deal. another death linked to faulty takata airbags bringing the total to ten worldwide. a ford pickup truck driver was killed in south carolina after swerving off the roadway there. the airbag defect has mainly been linked to toyota cars. the recall is now expanding 5 million cars inside the united states. brands including volkswagen, aught audi and mercedes-benz. >> remember this? this is from yesterday. >> complain about kids playing basketball in the streets. obviously. i ain't got no problem with it. >> gainesville, florida, police officer joining teenagers in a game of slam dunn instead of
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putting them in the slammer after neighbors complained about noise. now he's coming back and surprising them with none other than shaquille o'neal. he reached out to the department after the original video went viral. he supports their hoops not crimes message. those are your headlines. >> remember when brian kilmeade played shaq on the plaza. that was hilarious. >> i don't remember that. we need to pull that from the archives. that would be amazing to see. how to clayton with car tips. >> all right. get out from the front entrance here. the blizzard is causing standstill in the major cities. now that the snow has slowed down, it's time to uncover your buried car. here with tips on how to uncover your car, the car coach. >> it's freezing outside. where are your gloves? >> we have to start with windows and mirrors. >> the first thing, you think a snow bush is a good thing and you can buy pretty aggressive snow bushes to undig your car. i did this yesterday and it was
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a challenge. >> being good spare tans on this car. and your household broom. >> start with the roof, right? >> get the roof first. >> just like you wash your car. from the top, work your way down. the windows, a good ice scraper will work. i hope no one is sleeping in this car. >> i hope so too. >> you want to clean off all the windows. the secret is to see and be seen. >> some tips. you'll love this. >> the side mirrors, people often break these mirrors when they start to scrape them. >> put a gallon bag over the top or a gallon bag. keeps the ice off, cleaning that off is a challenge. this is one of my favorites. rubbing alcohol and water. three parts rubbing alcohol, one part water in the spray bottle and just start spraying it. it starts to melt it right off. >> is that some of what our windshield wiper fluid is made
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out of. you can smell the rubbing alcohol. it will do the job if you do it at night. you know it's going to freeze. it won't put ice on the windshield. it will be easy to clean. >> i know a lot of people do that with the wiper blades. this person did not. >> straight up. >> it's easier to clean and if you're using a scraper, you can damage the wiper blade and you're buying new blades. >> what about the floor mat? >> the kitty litter, forget that. get out the floor mats. put it underneath your rear tire, use is as traction. it has rubber and you can get out of a stuck position. >> what about warming up your keys. >> keep in mind, the only place to get a cylinder to unlock it is the driver's side front. there's no door locks -- do not heat the key to be, only the tip of the key. because you want to get into that.
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if the remote -- you would use the key. >> what about parking? >> this is not smart to be parked here. but if you are going to park, fold in your mirrors. if you know it's really bad, we had a very bad blizzard here and i was in it yesterday. make sure you're prepared for everything you've got. >> you've got a package. >> i drove in from buff loaf. we're good at snow. >> we saw a number of stories in kentucky across the pennsylvania turnpike, duquesne university bus packed and stuck on the turnpike. bringing some of these smart things, hand warmers. >> these are foot warmers. i'm a snow mole bealer. >> carry an extra battery, foot warmers. you've got the battery, get an extra battery pack. put it in your glove box for your cell phone. food, first aid kit. of course, winter tires are the real secret to getting around. that's what i have are snow
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tires. >> great to see you this morning. >> keep working on this car out here. >> all right. i'm on it. clayton, i think you should be doing the work. >> you're the man. >> but she's the car expert. so i'm watching. well done out there. clayton doesn't like to get dirty. he volunteered for that segment. >> i think he was told on that one. >> coming up, hollywood stars launching a new campaign to stop donald trump. not only that, they're targeting the media as well. we've got the details, next. plus, sick of all the snow? how does a tropical get away sound about now? pretty good to me. the warm weather escape, think about booking today. that's coming up.
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hour. the media either loves or hates him. either way, it equals ratings gold. a new group called stop hate, dump trump trying to intimidate the media. the campaign intends to "put the media in political institutions on notice. they are accountable for normalizing trump's extremism by treating it as entertainment and giving it unequal air time and by refusing to investigate, interrogate or condemn it appropriately." joining us now to dissect this is media psychologist james pearson. thanks for joining us on "fox and friends weekend," james. >> great to be with you. >> i mean, what do you think about this campaign? stop hate, dump trump. what do you think about it? >> you just said it. a campaign that's launched by the left has to have as a slogan worthy of a hash tag and i suppose that one is. it's a little over the top, stop hate. not as good as make america
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great again. but this is a campaign from the institutional left. you look at some of the people that look familiar. rosie o'donnell, jane fonda. roseanne barr, danny glover. they've embraced dictators and defamed christians and denigrated america. yet they want standing to criticize the front-runner in the gop presidential candidate. it lacks credibility to me. also the thing to remember is, had trump's is attacked. his numbers seem to go up depending who attacks him. the far left in hollywood is doing campaign a favor, i think, his numbers will go up with enemies like this, you don't need endorsements. although he had some. he has willie robertson from duck dynasty. he has -- >> he's got sarah palin.
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>> they say things like trump is a great threat to democracy, freedom, inequality, the welfare of our country and to all our people, how damaging is that when they literally are saying we're putting the media on notice? are they trying to silence the media? >> well, you know, the left loves silence of any voices that disagree with them. this is the institutional left. there are three co-founders. one was part of the legal team that tried to undermine the nomination of clarence thomas. another is the author of the vagina monologues and the third is a co-founder of code pink. i mean, we're talking about the furthest realm of the left, and it -- i mean, they must realize that this is not going to be effective for the primers. it's not going to reach the base voter of iowa and new hampshire. maybe they're trying to set up the organization for the general election because they're
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starting to take donald trump seriously, that he may get the nomination. he scares them. >> this is clearly a liberal left in hollywood. when you've got people like michael moore leading the charge. that's clearly what's going on there. quickly, if you can compare and contrast what this means against the national review. when they've got the entire issue against trump. those are strong conservative voices. >> well, we live in very strange times when the voices of the hollywood left are on the same page as the editors and writers at the national review. that is really bizarre. look, for a publication to take its entire publication and devote it and cherry pick the contributors to all be trump haters, that is unprecedented. i think bill buckley would be ashamed of that. >> nationally, he's at 34% and coming up in about an hour, we'll have new hampshire and iowa polls in. we'll be seeing how voters are
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reacting to this. james pearson, thank you so much for your time. >> thanks for having me, anna. talk about a travel nightmare. a group of high schoolers stuck on a bus. they join us live at the top of the hour how they got free. how would you like to today. travel expert francesca page with hot new getaways coming up next. come on in. ♪ what if one piece of kale could protect you from diabetes? ♪ what if one sit-up could prevent heart disease? one. wishful thinking, right? but there is one step you can take to help prevent another serious disease. pneumococcal pneumonia. if you are 50 or older, one dose of the prevnar 13® vaccine can help protect you from pneumococcal pneumonia, an illness that can cause coughing, chest pain, difficulty breathing,
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some sand. winter hit us hard this weekend so for those of you ready to res
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place the snow with sand we have great ideas for you. >> joining us now with ways to escape the brutal cold is travel and lifestyle expert francesca page. thank you for braving the weather and subway. >> of course. of course. i got here. >> so let's start with costa rica on your list. >> yeah. >> and the rain forest. >> yeah. it's dry season right now so it's a perfect time to go. the weather is fantastic. and costa rica has it all. you have everything from beautiful beaches to waterfalls, lush rain forest. a hiking trip through costa rica is a recommendation this time of year. >> inexpensive too. >> inexpensive. easy to fly to as well. >> that matters, getting there, ease of getting there. our next location, buenos aries. >> and one thing i say is go learn to tango in argentina. it's definitely worth strapping on dancing shoes, heading to a dancing school. there's buenos aries tango to learn the basic of posture and moves. >> what about jamaica beaches? they have all inclusive resorts
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as well. >> definitely love hitting the beach in jamaica. the weather there is fantastic year-round and the sun seems to always shinep in the north shore you have ocho rios known for its night life, restaurants and bars to choose from. dance river falls, gorgeous to visit. on the west coast you have negril, its white sandy seven-mile beach. >> is that what we're looking at? >> yes. these wonderful peachy sunsets. that's worth considering jamaica. >> yeah, that beach has me considering that. >> without a doubt. >> if you want to stay continental united states you mentioned san diego. >> san diego. it's an easy one to get to. i mean the climate there is pretty good year-round. right now it's in the 60s, but there's a ton of museums to visit. go museum hopping. and -- >> museum san diego. not the first thing i think of. >> absolutely. there's like 15 of them there and then the district, of course, if you want to hang out there. >> old towne. get good tacos. >> mexico and get spas.
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>> mexico. great spas. it's definitely worth indulging in a spa treatment there. mexico again, the sun tends to shine year-round and there's a ton of different resorts and hotels at different price ranges which is good for a lot of people. within these hotels and resorts you're going to find spas that offer treatments that draw on traditional mayan practices. defl will amore indulgent trip to do but one you can do this time of year. >> hope it's on the lighter side of the traditions because they had brutal ones. >> oh, yes. >> interesting. great to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> helpful. >> coming up on the show imagine being stuck on a bus more than 20 hours in a blizzard. that's what happened to these high school students that will joins us live at the top of the hour? after the blizzard time to have fun in the snow. marina molina is on capitol hill and grabbing a sled. you want to stick around and see how she does with that. when heartburn hits fight back fast tums smoothies starts dissolving the instant it touches your tongue and neutralizes stomach acid at the source
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sunday the 24th of january, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. at least 18 are dead and the record-setting blizzard that battered the east coast and brought major cities and airports to a grinding halt. we are live with team coverage. >> thousands of drivers found themselves stranded including a group of high school students on a bus who had to be bailed out by the national guard after being trapped for 20 hours. [ screaming ] >> they don't sound sad. they also join us live in minutes. they weren't the only ones stuck. check out how these guys passed the time ♪ dance to the left of me ♪ here i am stuck on the highway with you ♪ >> that band is here live as well. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now.
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>> welcome in to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. take a look at your pictures right now. right to that extreme weather alert. millions waking up to at least two feet of snow in some places as the deadly blizzard of 2016 wreaks havoc across the east coast claiming 18 lives this morning. washington, d.c., and new york city, dealing with incredible snowfall totals as the cleanup effort begins. >> we do have live team coverage this morning. david lee miller along the jersey shore, brian in times square, maria in our capital and rick is tracking it all. start with david and there in new jersey, there's been some concerns over flooding, david lee? >> indeed. the sun is rising and so, too, this morning is the tide. we are just outside of atlantic city and margate. we are on an island surrounded by water. and as you can see for yourself this morning, some of thes residents are awakening to find water literally lapping at their
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doorsteps. this is the scene this morning after much of the flooding that took place in the last 4 hours or so, has actually receded. the situation here is not that bad when compared to other communities in southern new jersey. let's go to some video that was recorded in wildwood and north wildwood. there we are told the flooding has been extensive. the mayor there saying that flooding, worse than superstorm sandy. a similar situation in another city in new jersey in sea isle, the mayor there also saying the situation very, very difficult. primarily because not only is there dif sults flooding now but the weather has been absolutely brutal. guys, parts of new jersey have received as much as 33 inches of snow. >> wow. >> back to you? wow. worse than superstorm sandy. >> thanks, david lee. >> yeah. >> all right. here in new york city, a record snowfall, more than 25 inches of
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powder falling on the city. shutting down roadways and bringing the crossroads of the world to a standstill. >> brian is live in times square with how officials plan to get rid of all that snow. we see the dump trucks out there and the diggers. it's going to take a while. >> it will take a while. good morning to you all. that's exactly right. today is about digging out for many americans as well as for the big cities. it is a big operation. we're talking about 3,000 plows going through critical routes which is times square and other places and then other secondary routes throughout all the neighborhoods and what not. they will be going out with all the machines. interestingly enough, the city is also going to institute snow melters. they will make that decision in about an hour. these snow melters are placed in critical points around the city and they are pretty much hot tubs so the sanitation workers take all the snow, put them in trucks, pile them up, and then they take that snow on those piles and they start melting it. that water melts into the sewer and that water, there's a little -- they make sure that
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they clear through any of the debris, they screen through that water and that is just part of the process of how they get rid of all this snow. we're talking about 26.8 inches. meanwhile, the travel ban by the way has been lifted so cars are starting to go through. the mta the train system, is still going to be kind of put back on-line as we go. for a lot of those long island railroads still so much snow on those tracks and they've got trains with these little snow scrapers that are going through these tracks to clear that snow so that the trains can get back on-line. as the day goes, people are being told to look at that. that is how a city deals with this. temporary workers are hired in the fall, get paid $13 to $20 an hour and they train months for situations just like this. so while you're digging out cities like new york city and washington, d.c., are doing the exact same thing. guys? >> thank you so much. and those nifty snow melters that he showed us, the average american doesn't have that and so you end up shoveling snow and
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that's what people are waking up doing this morning. we had dr. segal on this morning, make sure not to overextend yourself. three deaths in new york city alone associated with shoveling snow. >> heart attack related. >> speak for yourself. i have a snow melter at my house. >> a smelter. >> share then. we will get out to our nation's capital, a whiteout in washington, d.c., 30 inches of snow fell in some spots. marina molina live in the capital. >> good morning. that's right. we're here in d.c. in front of the capitol building and the infamous area where children love to come sledding after big snow storms. there was a ban put in place for decades preventing that, but now that has been lifted and for the first time kids can come out and enjoy this legally. that's some good news. here's a look at the slope. see we have some very significant snow accumulation out here. the snow pack in front of the capitol, about 17 inches or so. we do know that's some of the tote unless d.c. have ranged between 20 to 30 inches. locally higher amount exceeding
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30 inches to the west of d.c. west of the beltway in some of the suburbs. very significant snowfall again from that storm system. we are going to be sledding here coming up later this morning. full disclosure, i'm from florida, so i didn't get to do much sledding when i was a kid so we're going to be trying that out. it will be very interesting. we will see how that goes. hopefully i figure out how to stop. but we did see a dry slot work in yesterday during the snowfall, late morning, early afternoon, so a lot of people started to question how much snow are we going to see in d.c. but right after that dry slot worked in, very heavy snow picked back up, the wind picked back up during the afternoon hours and evening hours yesterday bringing in the snow totals higher. unfortunately people were out trying to drive around on the roads, even though they were told not to do so and deer were even spotted in the d.c. suburb frolicking in the snow on the streets. so quite a beautiful peaceful scene this morning but again dangerous and the roads, even though they have been plowed and cleanup has started they're
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still slippery out there. stay safe. let's head over to you. >> absolutely. we are looking forward to your sledding exka paid. >> florida girl goes sledding. >> i'm sure you are. >> help you out a little bit. >> the same in north carolina we used anything, garbage can lids, card board. >> coming up here, the travel ban here in new york city now lift, but does that mean people just can't get up and leave? folks waking up to see their cars buried in the snow. >> wow. >> rick is outside tracking the latest. rick, what do you see out there? >> i mean you got to take a look at these pictures of these cars buried in snow. the travel ban is lifted, and you can get your car back out there. good luck. it will take a lot of work to get your cars out of this. notice one best piece of advice you can get before such a snow put your windshield wipers up because that will make the difference when you go to try to dig out. all right, now come back here. i want to show you this. the subways, guys here's part of the problem. a lot haven't been shoveled down. i almost fell down.
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that's one of the issues. yeah, maybe the travel ban is over, but so the street over here starts about right here and now we've got to go way out here before we're even to one lane of road. and it's going to be one lane on all of these side streets. ever been to new york city you know it's a lot more than that lanes. the avenues are done a lot better, but they still have all the snow plowed to the side. far fewer lanes for all of these roads that are -- people so many people on. i can look up and down the street, very few cars out here. the ones that are out have a fine time. tomorrow morning's rush hour is going to be very, very interesting. back to you. >> brutal. >> luckily it happened on a weekend. the national guard had to dig these students out after they got stuck on the pennsylvania turnpike for 20 hours. >> 20 hours. wow. so you can imagine how happy they were when say finally they
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were free. [ screaming ] >> wow. >> joinings us now, look at that video, is father kent, a priest for the fathers of mercy, lisa, the school chaperone on the trip and the students. >> hey, everybody. >> from the catholic high school. good morning. stranded last night. feeling better this morning than last night. >> yeah. and it's great to be with you and we are doing very well. we're safe, warm and i had a good meal finally. >> good. so i knows the stretch of road very well. used to go to the university of pittsburgh and would drive back and forth between that area and redding, pennsylvania. this area ya where you got stuck is in somerset, pennsylvania, climb up that steep mountain and always snowing up there. you were stuck in the snow patch. how long until someone reached you and was able to start clearing you guys out? >> we made our first stop that evening, friday evening, at 7:00, when we hit the initial traf we didn't move again from that stop until about
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3:30 the next day. roxly l-- approximately 19 hou >> you're in close quarters with that many people, 46 high schoolers on a bus, 20 hours. oh, my goodness. how many times did you have to listen to them sing "99 bottles of beer on the wall". >> it's a good catholic school so that's -- >> [ inaudible ] happy together. >> one of the things, a good friend says it's not what you do, who you're with. in this situation the group we were with made us so proud and made our community so proud because they were exceptionally positive. once we kind of hit that critical point of around 11:00 midnight when we really realized things weren't going to change the kids kind of got a little frustrated but a couple of the guys came up from the back and started singing karaoke, country western songs. it's fantastic. they're good singers but didn't know the words. started making up their own words. >> that's the question, right. what -- at what point did the mood shift from frustration,
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concern, to okay, i'm going to have fun with it. >> it depends for each individual. i think as a group as a whole, we all went through the emotion at a different level. i think we kept a very service-oriented mentality. the kids, we kept a prayerful mentality, the kids were praying. we recognized this is a pilgrimage. coming back from the 42nd annual march for life where we were praying for the dignity and sanctity of all life, born and unborn, and this opportunity to witness to those cars around us, to go out into the middle of the snow in the night, knock on windows for cars running out of gas, bringing them food, these kids they were reaching out and praying for all these people around us. just asking god to provide for those who didn't have anything. we were on a nice warm tour bus with -- we had -- everyone had a cellular signal to keep their phones charged, playing games, we had a microphone. we slept. we had relatively, you know, for a bad situation, we were in --
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we were well cared for. but we were low on food and it was -- we ran out of food at a certain point but our hearts went out to those around us. and they still do. friends of ours from steubenville sent us a text message at 7:33 they just got out of their snow. they were only ten miles behind us. >> we like to hear some of the karaoke. can you get the girls to sing? >> it's the guys that were singing karaoke. and they're -- we only got one of our men with us today. the other ones are still recovering. >> all right. >> we'll do the in the safety oe bus not on "fox & friends." tough day stuck out there on the pennsylvania turnpike. thank you, guys. >> you're welcome. god bless you. take care. >> they hadn't had a lunch since -- or a meal since the bagged lunch the day before. >> since they're not going to sing kay owe ki, clayton what's your cong? >> coming up on the show -- down to the iowa caucuses. eight days, donald trump still on top of the polls.
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has the potential to chart a new direction for the party an perhaps the nation. with his message of restoring the american dream. >> here to react host of "fox news sunday" chris wallace. nice to see you. you will have brand new polls at the top of the hour on "fox news sunday" whether or not the endorsements mean anything in iowa and new hampshire. what's your sense of the latest round of endorsements? >> well, look, you would rather get the endorsement than not get it. the "des moines register" although the biggest paper in iowa, has a spotty record of the people that it endorses winning the caucuses. you know, it's a mixed bag. as i say you would rather get it than not. it's not going to put you over the top. >> if you had to look at all the endorsements recently, donald trump, sarah palin, ted cruz, with glen beck and marco rubio with the "des moines register" is one of those more powerful than another? >> yeah. i mean look, anybody would have a different opinion on that. if you're asking me i think palin was probably the most
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influential of those for two reasons. one, because cruz is attacking trump as not being a consistent conservative and i think that sarah palin shores him up and al also, this is a double whammy, palin was a huge supporter of ted cruz, she admits he would not have won the texas senate primary in 2012 without her support, so the fact she chose trump over cruz, helps one and hurts the other. >> yeah. >> in the end, i think you overstate and we all overstate the importance of endorsements. this has become such a wide open process. people can make up their own minds. they see these guys on live tv, they stream them on the internet. i don't know that reading or hearing what some other politician says makes that much of a difference. >> there have been rumblings and a piece in the "new york times" about new york mayor michael bloomberg thinking i have an opening potentially, maybe i'm going to throw my hat in the
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ring. thinking about spending a billion dollars exploring that. what's the likelihood you think he will get in this race. >> it depends on who the other nominees are. i mean i could write a scenario where i think it would make some sense for him. if you endeded up with trump or cruz as the republican nominee and bernie sanders as the democratic nominee, then there's a big hole in the center, a big establishment hole, for both the republicans and democrats and you could see michael bloomberg making a run then. let's say hillary clinton is the democratic nominee, i'm not sure it makes much sense for bloomberg. remember, he's pretty far to the left on a lot of issues, gun control most of all, so to a certain degree if he were to get in with clinton and a trump or cruz, my guess is he would hurt the democrats more than the republicans. >> heat an interesting point. most often we talk about third-party candidates hurting republicans. we saw what happened with ross perot. a big show, senator marco rubio one of your guests running some ads saying jeb bush is putting
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out these attack ads against me and they are wrong. that and other guests today. >> first of all we are going to have the latest fox polls, the horse race polls in iowa and new hampshire. iowa particularly very interesting, big change in the race, want to see it at the top of the hour. we're also going to have the latest on the clinton e-mail scandal. we'll have two members of the congressional intelligence committees talking about all this stuff about the super secret information on her e-mails, just how big a deal is it. >> all right. >> that's a big tease. big change in the iowa poll he says. stick around, 9:00, looks like we have interesting news coming. >> check your local listings for "fox news sunday" and fox news channel and i recently discovered your podcast. fox news sunday podcast for a girl on the go, it's perfect. thank you so much. have a good show today. >> only for women on the go. >> oh. >> sorry. >> coming up here on the show, the blizzard so big it can be seen from outer space. can you see the rare event that makes the astronauts photo so special. >> plus, is your child a bully?
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it could be your fault because you are too controlling. the shocking new study and a parenting debate. we want to know if you agree or disagree with this too. ♪
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a question you might wonder is your child considered a bully or mean girl? >> gina, you're wearing sweatpants. it's monday. >> so. >> so that's against the rules. and you can't sit with us. >> whatever. those rules aren't real. >> they were real that day i wore a vest. >> that vest was disgusting. >> you can't sit with us! >> we hope not but if they're acting like that a study
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suggests it may be your fault because you're controlling. do you need to give up some of the control to stop them from lashing out. director of the motherhood program at family first susan merrill and parenting expert jessica gotleeb join us now to debate. susan, i have to ask you, so when kids act out, is it a reflection of the parents? >> absolutely. kids can be a reflection of their parents. they can learn behavior from other children and people, but they are a reflection of their patie parents often. >> absolutely. jessica in this sense, is this study telling us something we know or breaking new ground there is something in the dna to pass to the child to turn them into a bully? >> i don't know. i mean, you know, you can find a study to back up any bit of parenting you want. i think there's two things going on with the study. it's very small and self-reporting and so the kids, the perception of the kids is
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that their parents are controlling. so maybe one of the takeaways is that the kids who are bullies see their parents as very controlling and this is their grab at control. which doesn't necessarily mean that they are. but that that's a teenager's perception. the other thing is, that we can always look at these studies and take a moment, self-reflect, look at our children and ask ourselves, is this going on? and it doesn't mean that we have to change our parenting, but some awareness of how we're behaving and why we're behaving the way that we are is always helpful. >> so it could be as much correlation as causation. susan, do you think parents should look at themselves before they look at their kid on bullying? >> i would definitely say it begins with us. but whether your child learned the aggression from you or someone else, the important thing is that the parents take responsibility for their child and train the behavior out or it
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will magnify. it if you are intense, aggressive, critical of your child, it's not going to be trained out until you change. if parents love their children well, their children will learn to love others well. that's the key. >> it is true. oftentimes draw at lot of conclusions about parents from other kids when talking to them, but speaking of kids and other topic in the news recently a new york school says it's offering to change the grades of kids at school instead of from the outcome they want to give a grade based on effort. jessica, do you think we should be revising report cards to make kids feel better? >> okay. this is, i think, a very specific case. you're looking at a very small school, you're looking at a single sex school, it's tiny and it's rigorous, and so i think that when you're looking at kids in the elementary grades, that
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the studies support this. that when you have a kid who is, you know, let's say 12 and under who is trying their hardest, that a little more carrot and less stick and providing -- they're not changing the grades. they're simply giving the kids a piece of paper that reflects their effort rather than breaks them down. susan -- >> telling kids that they're -- >> jessica says this is one school, one small incident. doesn't it add to a perception in society today we're coddling our kids, that everyone gets a trophy, is this what we're seeing in one school? do you think it's going to expand elsewhere? >> well actually -- >> i don't -- >> my sister is a teacher and she did experience this in her school. it was a middle school. so i would say first this is dishonest and the kids are going to find out. and it just takes one child to find out everyone will foe they'll all doubt the validity of their grades.
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the second thing is we're missing a life lesson for the kids, how to overcome failure. >> absolutely. >> as a parent we don't want to protect our kids from failure. we want to encourage them through it. if your child is not doing well, as the parent you want to encourage them how to do better or focus on their strengths. if we don't allow them to see that at some point there has to be a reconciling for the child. you don't want that to be college. >> that's true. wake up later in life. susan, jessica, thank you for this debate. i will both encourage you giving you an "a" for effort on this segment today. >> thank you. >> thanks. >> the debate continues for sure. three dangerous inmates on the run right now after breaking out of prison. wait until you hear how they did it. then, what happens when your van gets stuck on the -- band gets stuck on the road during a blizzard. play music, of course. ♪ ♪ don't know why we traveled tonight we knew the weather wouldn't be right ♪
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hey, friends, good morning. we asked you yesterday, we're going to ask you all morning long to share your viewer pictures how you're having fun in the snow. nugget the dog trying to get in
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from the cold in harrisburg, pennsylvania. >> having a little trouble. >> cute. >> frank sent this in of a goose in the snow ins west virginia. is that a pet goose? >> why couldn't you have a pet goose. >> that's right. >> i think that's acceptable. take a look at this incredible image, another picture. we didn't ask for it but we got it. astronaut scott kelly doing a year in space taking the photo from the international space station of a rare weather event known as a thunder snow. so what is a thunder snow? you ask. who might we ask. rick can explain that amazing photo and a thunder snow. >> first of all, i have to tell you follow scott kelly on twitter he sends out amazing images from space that are incredible. this is one of the most beautiful ones i've seen. i retweeted this yesterday, thunder snow. remember yesterday we talked about that and you said i never heard of the thunder snow. when you have these kinds of strong storms it's almost like a convective storm, same kind of storm you get in a summer thunderstorm. there's so much lift in the atmosphere that you end up getting lightning strikes.
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and when you have that lightning strike that means you have an incredibly strong and vigorous storm and getting really heavy, heavy rainfall. we saw a lot of that yesterday. so what you're seeing right there, that little bright light, is actually lightning seen from the space station down at earth in the middle of this storm and i guarantee you, there was some incredibly heavy snow falling yesterday. we saw a lot of that around the baltimore area that broke the record for the all-time snow records. absolutely incredible and spectacular shot coming from scott kelly. guys? >> yeah. >> really is. >> there's your answer. >> there's my answer. i thought it was the mad max movie. thanks, rick. coming up a whiteout the nation's capital cleaning up after more than two feet of snow came down in spots there. >> marina is taking advantage of the snow there by sledding. we talked a bit, i gave her tips, now she's hitting the slopes. maria, got to show us how it works. >> yeah. >> miami maria.
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>> that's right. i'm from south florida, that's right. i don't have much experience sledding but i need your guys' help and i can't see you, so it's all audio help. and i have two options here for sledding. >> go with the blue one. >> the hard slick bottom. >> you like the blue one. i agree. i think it's more classic. >> remember chevy chase in "national lampoon's christmas vacation". >> put grease on the bottom of that thing. >> get a running start. >> don't do a face plant when you run. >> if you can pan real quick i want to show you the little lift we found in the snow. that's what we're hoping to go over. >> nice little drop. >> yep. >> i encourage that. >> try not to do a flip on that. >> i'm not doing it. >> maria. >> is this a good position here. >> running start. >> what? >> running start and jump. put your bum on it. >> let -- we'll do that for the second time, right. >> take it slow. >> go ahead.
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lift those feet up. >> oh, my goodness. >> look at that. >> how do i stop. >> the tree will stop you, don't worry. >> stopping is always -- not always an afterthought. you didn't think the tree was in distance but there it was. >> sweet maria molina. love it. two feet of snow. earlier we were like where's maria. >> this is great with the kids. they get knocked out because they have to keep walking up the hill and the kids sleep like babies. >> not literally knocked out no well done, maria. >> meanwhile a band from indianapolis became stranded on a kek ek highway because of the monster storm. they didn't let that stop them for very long. ♪ i don't know why we traveled tonight ♪ ♪ we knew the weather it wouldn't be right ♪ ♪ i'm afraid we'll have to camp on the road ♪
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♪ six hours we've been here in this cold ♪ ♪ with sedans to the left of us semis to the right here i am stuck on the this highway with you ♪ >> i love one is playing the ipad. >> wow. didn't realize that. of course the tech guy would notice that. this video by the endless summer has gone viral by the time that they got to their gig in tennessee, they did make it, that's good, they were in traffic, though, for 20 hours. >> they're out of the traffic and joining us right now. members of the band guitarist and road manager brian and vocalist nick and faith marie, thank you. we appreciate it. >> thank you. we appreciate it. good morning. close quarters, you travel all the time together. was this a little harry experience for you, thinking we're not going to -- i need fresh air, stuck in this van with these guys all fight? >> you know what, we've been traveling down the road together for so long it wasn't that big of a deal.
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but to be together for 20s plus hours that was a little bit of a chore. we get along pretty well so it was fine. >> tell us about your mentality on hitting the road. you had a gig to get to. you knew conditions were not going to be perfect. what's going through your mind as you start to realize we're stranded, this ain't looking good? >> we knew it when we left indianapolis actually. we had the idea about hitting the storm in lexington, we had stopped and filled up in lexington which actually ended up being a godsend because it's what saved us for being on the road as long as we did. we actually had gas in reserve when it was all over. so, you know, just preparation. pretty much. >> absolutely. you guys are the endless summer band. although folks on twitter started saying change it to the endless snow band. do you want to change your name officially right now on national tv? >> yeah, sure we'll just change the name right now on national television. want to change it to the endless snow band.
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>> no. >> whose idea was it to set up a camera and say we're stuck here, let's play a song and put it on social media. >> it kind of started with jay back there. he took off outside on the video. we told him to go out and play in traffic. and then -- -- >> joking we were all stuck there. all the cars are stuck there. if we don't make our gig, brought the gear, might as well play. play for everybody around. >> that's right. >> but jay, he just walks silently into the bag, grabs the saxophone, got out of the vehicle. were we serious? yes, apparently we were. >> you guys were lucky you had each other. been together more than two decades. a lot of people stranded who, you know, weren't as good as spirits as you were. what was that like for you to go up and kind of turn their frowns upside down? >> asking about the people on the roads with us, and yeah, one of the things we keep talking
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about, many of us are parents and i just couldn't believe the idea of having a kid or small child in the car like that out there that long. we walked around and walked out and talked to the truckers and people, mine we were there for so long it just was almost like a little fraternity or something. >> of igloos. >> and people were just trying to -- i was worried about people running out of gas and having food. we were actually much more fortunate with the rv we travel in. >> became a neighborhood there. picked up roadedies along the road. >> the endless summer band, glad you're safe and sound made it to tennessee, joining us via skypes this morning, thanks for bringing us smiles. >> we appreciate it. >> have a good show. >> thanks guys. >> coming up on the show, we have brand new fox polls we want to get to this morning out of iowa and new hampshire. they're about to be released. will donald trump still be on top eight days before the iowa caucuses. we'll have the new numbers for you at the top of the hour. >> lots of kids are going out to
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reports of widespread damage and injury, not just at this location, but throughout the area. interesting. clayton, outside to you. >> yeah. outside. i would like to know which producer i made mad. stuck me back outside. dr. segal here with the east coast buried under snow. many will head outside to play and some will eat snow. some of that fluffystuff. we've done it in childhood. is it safe if here to answer that is dr. mark segal a member of our medical team. >> great to see you. >> we have fact or fiction questions. here's the first question for our viewers. i don't know the answers to this. is it safe to eat the snow? >> our viewers know it's not safe to eat yellow snow, not safe to have brown snow which has dirt snow, red snow has algae, don't want to eat that, even white snow -- >> algae? >> algae. even white snow don't want to eat it. it picks up pollutants from the atmosphere, benzene, anemia, could end up with neurological
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stuff. you don't want to eat white snow unless you boil it first on a mountain somewhere. i do not recommend it. >> one of those camp sets. >> absolutely. otherwise no, i'm voting no on that. >> here's another one. you lose most of your body heat through your head. we hear this. outen a hat. you will -- that's how you keep most of the heat in your body. true or false. >> that's fiction. also false. you know why, you lose about 10% through your head but everyone out there, you have to wear gloves, you have to wear thick socks, cover your torso. this is where you lose most of your heat right here. your middle. >> what if you're like me and have giant satellite dishes as ears. >> cover them. wear a hat. i'm going to make you put this on. a good russian hat like this one to wear. >> straight from putin himself. >> don't need sunscreen in the winter. i might know the answer. true or false. skiers all the time that have the sun protection when on the slopes. >> rick out here before, looking red with his face turning red.
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you need sunscreen in the winter. you absolutely do. on aedy like today with all the snow around here it rereflects the light back at you. 80% of the light you get again. a double dose of sun on a day like today. sunscreen. >> next question, one i've adhered to, you shouldn't exercise in the cold. if it's cold don't exercise. true or false? >> that's also false. you should exercise in the cold. be careful you don't slip by the way. wear shoes that have a good grip. you actually burn more calories in the cold and those endorphins in the brain, get outside, feel happy, run, feel happier. absolutely exercise in the cold. >> i will be exercising this afternoon watching football on the couch. good workout. >> not on the couch. get on the elliptical. >> i will do my pilates during the game. finally, cold air great for your hair. >> well -- >> true or false. >> too late for me, guys. >> for you it's too late. but like the hair driers that's bad. cold air good for it.
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there's no better way to stay warm as clayton is learning right now in this weather than kicking back with good comfort food. >> we have the best blizzard recipes for your belly. author of "cooking in boxers" chef mark bailey here's with food that is sure to keep you warm on this chili day. >> and clothes on. >> we're here in the city. my wife sending me pictures of the kids drinking hot chocolate yesterday. >> come on, that is the beverage for it. what i like to do, i have a twist here and it's really fast. protein, protein shake. chocolate bar protein shake. pop it in the microwave and add ginger powder to that. >> ginger warms. >> protein shake. >> ginger warms you up. >> in hot chocolate. >> it's diet season so only 30 grams of sugar. -- i mean 3 grams of sugar, 30 grams of protein. >> low on the sugar, high on the
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protein. chili, one of my favorite foods in the world. spicy chili. >> normally everybody has the ingredient for chili in their home. this is great when you're snowed in. make a batch to last a weekend. what i have is the ingredients i throw in mine. a spicy pork. pork is a little budget friendly as well as lighter, leaner than beef. of course your beans, do kidney, whatever beans you like, tomato sauce, peppers, garlic, onion, the spices over there. >> what spices. we have spices on this plate here. >> two on the left are the spicy ones. cayenne and chili powder, black pepper cumin and areg no. >> -- oregano. >> you gave me a spoon. >> what kind of garnish. >> sour cream and gouda cheese. what i paired it with is a microwaveable rice for two minutes in the microwave. pop them in there they come in the great flavors, 12 different, regular, brown, white rice and spicy spanish style rice.
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>> quinoa, golden vegetable, chicken flavor. >> yes. >> pilaf. >> spicy spanish. >> goes well with the -- >> those are good you say. it's moist and not crunchy or neg. >> it's moist. has a shelf life of 12 months. don't think it's going to get bad if not cooked immediately. >> i'm looking at this bowl. >> cornbread. >> a great thing to pair with chili. this is my banana corn bread. mash it up, add it to your cornbread recipe and works well. >> wow. >> digging in, i love it. >> none of us will be able to talk. >> this is the perfect comfort meal. >> you make a point a lot of us have the ingredients in hot us. ground beef or ground pork already in the fridge. >> or ripe bananas. >> stores are closed or closed early. >> is the banana that's making this more dense. >> yes, and moist. exactly. i love adding -- >> you're right. i know that when we've been stuck before without -- you just look in that pantry and say i didn't prepare. what do i have. >> exactly.
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these rices are great, lot don't like to cook rice or don't know how, pop it in the microwave. >> where can we find information about you and where recipes. >> chef bailey.com. >> thanks for coming out. eating all morning. >> four minutes before the top of the hour. >> we need more guests like you on our show to bring us hot food. >> bring you back once an hour. that would be nice. >> resident chef right here. >> here's what's coming up on the program. one week until iowa, two weeks to new hampshire. straight ahead, brand new fox news polls. who's leading in each state. trump, cruz? somebody else? brand new numbers. don't go anywhere. >> stranded at the airport because of the blizzard. the cyber guy has the five apps to find your way home. ♪ when cigarette cravings hit, all i can think about is getting relief. only nicorette mini has a patented fast-dissolving formula. it starts to relieve sudden cravings fast.
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hi, everyone. good morning. a snowy sunday the 24th of january. i'm anna kooiman. an extreme weather alert. digging out the blizzard has come and gone to the before dumping more than two feet of snow on the east coast. 18 people have been killed. we have live team coverage of the massive storm straight ahead. plus, brand new fox news polls coming out right now at this moment that could shake up the presidential race with one week to go to iowa, two weeks to new hampshire, stunning new numbers which you're going to want to see and how donald trump and ted cruz stack up. >> live from new york, tina fey as sarah palin again. >> i'm here for all you teachers and teamsters, farmers and charmers. >> saturday night skit that has america talking this morning. fox and friends hour four starts right now.
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getting right to it we begin with the extreme weather alert. millions waking up to more than two feet of snow as the deadly blizzard of 2016 wreaks havoc along the east coast claiming at least 18 lives. >> washington, d.c., and new york city, dealing with record-breaking snow totals as the cleanup efforts begin. >> and we have live team coverage this morning. rick has the latest on the deadly storms. david lee miller live along the jersey shore. but we start with our own maria molina live in our nation's capital. maria? [ no audio ] >> sledding, kids love to come out after big snow storms which don't happen that often in d.c. they love to come out here and take advantage of the snow pack and do sledding. i made some new friends. if you want to come closer as you were earlier. talk to you guys. can you tell me your names? >> avery. >> sullivan. >> gabriel. >> luca.
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>> my new friends here that i've made for sledding and what do you think of all this snow? >> yeah! >> it's pretty good. >> what do you think. >> it's kind of surprising since i'm only 9 years old. >> yeah. and what's your favorite thing to do in the snow? >> we diddent do him yet. >> what do you think of the snow? >> awesome! >> awesome. so what's your favorite thing to do when it snows like this and have all the snow laying around some. >> it's pretty good because like we get to have so much fun and make snow angels and that's my favorite part. >> what's your favorite thing? >> mine is just because there's no school and i have no school work. >> no school work. i'm sure that's a top choice for a lot of kids that have been hit hard by all the snow here from d.c. all the way to new york city and even parts of new england. now i'm taking away valuable time from your sledding so i'm sure you want to get back to that, right?
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>> yeah. i really do want to get back to it. >> you want to go back to sledding. thank you all so much. >> luca. >> forget what? >> forget me. >> forget you. all right. let's go have fun and go sledding and i'm going to join you in a couple minutes. we will wrap this. thank you so much for taking time this morning to talk to me. have fun out there. >> bye-bye. >> see they're making snowballs already. maybe i'll get involved in a snowball fight later on. 20 to 30 inches with snow across the d.c. area. very significant snowstorm potentially one of the top five storms here. we'll keep you updated as the totals get verified. and we're also looking at areas west of d.c., that picked up more than 30 inches. so it's going to take a while to clean up this entire region and we will keep you updated as all the things continue to be verified and we know which is the top what storm across the northeast and mid-atlantic. let's head over to you in new york. >> thanks, maria in d.c. new jersey where there was a lot
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of flooding yesterday. >> you're right about that. the ocean water, huge chunks of snow as some areas saw tides higher than those during superstorm sandy. david he miller joins us live from one of the hardest hit areas. good morning. because of that, the full moon and the extreme tides along with those hurricane-like winds, bad situation where you are? >> that's right. the situation is improving. we're in the city of margate. this is a community located on a barrier island. that's why it was so badly hit by the storm. but we want to put this in context. other parts of new jersey, mainly in th that took the storm with a great deal more difficulty. joining us right now is the mayor of margate. mayor michael becker. describe to me the extent of the problems caused by the storm in your community? >> well, as you know we're on a barrier island as you said and we've been through three high tides. the damage is moderate.
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nowhere near as bad as sandy. we were very lucky. and pretty soon most of this water will be gone probably within the next hour. >> the water here we expect to recede very, very soon. lastly, lessons learned, next time there's going to be a storm, and there will be, anything that should be done differently? >> yeah. we need help with flood control on the bayside of the island. the oceanside is fine. we have bulkheads end to end. most of the water where the damage occurred was from the bayside. >> mayor, thank you very much. hopefully you will make a swift recovery here and very quickly, i should let you know that the situation was much worse elsewhere. take a look at some video recorded in north wildwood. i talked to the mayor there a short time ago. he tells me that at its worse there was five feet of flooding. there is still water in parts of the street. there's still power and electricity problems and more than do dozen people in
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shelters. southern part of new jersey very hard hit. the storm is now over. recovery for many only just beginning. back to you. >> david lee, thank you very much for all your reporting on this. >> back in new york city the big apple back open for business. many people waking up with their cars completely buried in the snow. >> rick is on the case outside tracking the latest. >> lot of people not able to get out of those cars because they're going to be buried for a while. on the big streets if you didn't pov your cars and the plows had to go around it. here sixth avenue back home we saw a bus go by since i've been here in the last couple minutes, snow plow and a cab. the petty cab, somebody biking people around. i do want to take a look at some of the graphics. so if you can put up a program into the prompter it would be great. i want to put up weather 8 for me so i can show some of the weather that's going on. there you go. this is where the snow depth is. there's snow that's been all across the western part of the country all year long.
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this is the snow now. anywhere you see the pink two feet of snow. two feet of snow that fell. a lot of the blue around. we have drifts maybe eight feet? some spots and sidewalks that don't have anything on it because of the blowing picture. if you have good pictures of drifts i would love to get those. ri rickreichmuth on twitter. yeah, guys, people are driving again which is good news for many if they have. not a lot of cars out here most people can't get to their cars. send it back to you inside. >> but just a tough situation especially for our elderly folks that live in areas that have more than two feet of snow, so if you're young and strong go help your neighbors if they need it. >> thanks, rick. we want to get to this fox news alert now. in the world of politics, because brand new fox news polls out right now, at 9:00 a.m., showing just who is up in iowa and new hampshire. you're not going to believe
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this. it is remarkable shift in iowa this morning. donald trump, with a massive lead in iowa. that's a huge jump from where he was back in the early part of january at 23%. now at 34%. and ted cruz dropping significantly in iowa as well. >> look at the shift, trump is up from -- he was at 23% in the previous poll in iowa fox news poll now at 34%. cruz was at 27%. now at 23%. and rubio at 15%, now at 12%. it was a margin of error race before. this poll puts him decidedly ahead. >> over the last two weeks there have been a few things that have happened that were very significant. ones the governor urged fellow iowans to vote against cruz because of his opposition to ethanol, huge endorsement from sarah palin happened in those two weeks, and senator cruz attacked donald trump for his new york values saying they didn't line up with iowa values. look at these poll numbers. >> now up to new hampshire, a little tighter there but not by
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much. donald trump there also with a huge lead right now. 17-point lead over ted cruz. donald trump at 31%. he dropped a little bit from the previous poll in january, 33% to 31%. still a massive lead. ted cruz picked up from 12% to 14%. in new hampshire. >> absolutely. you see grouping of cruz and rubio which we've become accustomed to. that grouping is a little tighter with kasich and bush and christie in new hampshire for the second spot is becoming an important position, especially with trump if the lead now in iowa. what happens in new hampshire if he wins, that's second spot is very coveted one and shows it's a tight race right now. >> that's why you have marco rubio running ads defending himself against jeb bush, specifically addressing jeb bush saying look he's been spreading lies about me, here is where i stand on amnesty. i will repeal any obama order. i will do this this. you're right. in the second and third spot in iowa and new hampshire, a critical spot. >> yeah. also in iowa, you have senator
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rubio having those radio ads where it's talking about his christian values trying to get that evangelical vote there. while sticking with politics as far as endorsements go, glen beck endorsing senator cruz and the "des moines register" backing marco rubio. >> that was yesterday. that did not play into this poll which was from january 18th through the 23 1st. the glen beck endorsement after this poll. >> also -- >> things happening so quickly "national review" might be what you were going to mention, so many developments happening in real time this poll is a snapshot. things could be changing since then. >> sarah palin may have had some big effect because this poll coming out right after her endorsement, but glen beck, that "national review" article not part of the poll in the numbers in iowap. just waking up, donald trump up huge right now in iowa and new hampshire. a huge lead for him right now there going from 23% to 34%. >> big news today for sure.
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i know chris wallace on "fox news sunday" talking about that -- >> dropping it -- >> hot potato. on "fox news sunday" talking about former mayor michael bloomberg toying with the idea of throwing his hat in the ring saying he answe's exploring tha option and would potentially spend $1 billion reported by the "new york times" of his own money. >> headlines now, more on the polls we'll digest them here as we get to headlines. >> 11 minutes after the hour. here's what's making news. a frantic manhunt in southern california for threes escaped inmates one charged with murder. here they are. hossein nayeri, jonathan tieu and bac duong cut through half inch steel bars at the santa ana jail and rappelled before running away. the escape may have taken months to plan and inmates may have had outside help. a $20,000 reward is being offered for information leading to their arrest. and a fox news alert, the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that
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hit alaska has been downgraded to a 6.8 magnitude. the still very strong quake hit overnight near pedro bay, southwest of anchorage. the jolt powerful enough to rattle the grocery store. look at this. just groceries is scattered all over the floor. no reports of widespread damage or injuries. the national weather service says a tsunami is not expected. a dog whose breed is famous for saving people in need of help himself. >> calm. come on, buddy. >> 130 pound saint per nard fell into a frozen lake in 21 degree weather while the family had been out tobogganing in virginia. rescue crews had to help. the dog is fine this morning. wow, what a fighter. >> all right. >> nightmares about stuff like that. >> the barrel of bourbon around the neck. >> st. bernard. >> i never knew that's what they carried. >> dave would know.
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i thought it was a medical kit. turns out it's false warmth arriving. >> booze. >> you learn something every day on the show. the east coast is digging out after the monster blizzard but how is it -- is it all snow affecting your wallet? we never think about. maria bartiromo does. she's here next to break it down for us. >> and apple gearing up to make an announcement about the next iphone. what could it be. and will we see a new apple watch in march. iall across the state belthe economy is growing,day.
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this morning millions of americans getting ready to dig themselves out from the monster storm. experts are predicting the damages could cost up to $850 million. wow. here to break it all down, maria
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bartiromo host of "fox business network sunday morning future" joining us now. what does that include? >> the largest amount of that number is really snow removal. that's the costliest. look back to the last big storm in 2014, the snow removal alone in new york city alone, $130 million. so that's really the bulk of it. people talk about lost output. the fact that this happened over the weekend, minimizes it because people did not have to go to work and things like that. the lost output, there's a cap on that. >> significantly higher because, you know, the roads were totally closed. sometimes you see slowdowns but yesterday they locked the city coun. >> exactly. that's on to the category of lost output. the fact that you couldn't do what you normally do, whether go to work or just go out and have commerce and spend money. the lost output. the "wall street journal" estimating this could go into the billions, close to $16 billion when you look at the whole country, lost output and the snow removal.
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it is costly. this is municipalities, local government take the brunt in terms of the payment. >> yeah. long term we look at the numbers, we look at the economic impact over the long term, deliveries and people staying at home like watching netflix and ordering things to have shipped to their house but not out supporting local restaurants and all of that. >> at a time that that portion of the economy is stretched. you're not seeing consumers spend the kind of -- with the kind of activity you would expect given where gas prices is, the recovery in the economy is. it certainly adds to an already sort of precious or vulnerable time in the economy. the snow it looks beautiful, it's pretty, but certainly there's a lot of lost output. >> such a good point reinforces the trends right now at home on-line ordering that way as opposed to being out at storefronts we've seen. >> totally. that's what happened over christmas. you saw the on-line portion of spending show the vibrancy. everything else was very, very weak.
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>> we have new fox news polls out this morning. you have some big guests on your show. only about eight days until the iowa caucuses. >> we have governor john kasich coming on today. his ground game in new hampshire, really doing well. we're going to see if he can keep that going. we'll talk about those new polls with john kasich coming up. also we've got queen of jordan coming on the program. i sat down with her in davos this week to talk about the perception of muslims in america. she has a lot to say about the refugee crisis. jordan has taken in 1.3 million refugees, 20% of their population. >> wow. >> all right. >> governor kasich coming up. >> very interesting. >> nice up in the new poll that governor kasich is probably happy with the new poll. catch "sunday morning futures" 40 minutes. >> thank you. enjoy the snow. >> we will. >> coming up live from new york, sarah palin. >> i'm here for all you teachers and teamsters, you farmers and
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charmers. >> tina fey reprising her role the "saturday night live" skit that has america talking this morning. >> never too young to say grace. >> bless our bodies and keep us safe. >> amen. >> amen. >> so cute. do you remember that video. that adorable little girl's prayer is going viral. the family joins us live next. hey, guys. ♪
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we have quick tech headlines for you. the skies may soon be full of drones. the faa saying nearly 300,000 of them have been registered with the government. now the first 30 days since owners were required to register them on-line, a lot of people filed and got in ahead of time.
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last day was thursday the last day without having to pay the $5 fee. an could we see a sneak peek at apple's latest iphone. unlike the last few models the new iphone said to be smaller than ever. the mini version said to be 4 inches long have a borderless screen and new icon sizes. it should be unveiled in march. don't worry it will be up to have the small, medium and large iphones to choose from likely. see it in march. anna? >> this is sure to make you smile on a snowy sunday. this baby an internet sensation, watch. >> heavenly father thank you so much for this food, thank you so much for my beautiful girls, bless this food, bless our bodies and keep us safe. in the son's fame we play. >> amen. >> amen. >> never too young to say grace. just ask the baby. video of her joining hands with
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her family took over the internet and here with the story is her parents and also penny, but the parents john and elizabeth join us now. thanks for being with us. >> hi. >> thanks for having us. >> john, how did this tradition get started? >> it was around when eloise nearing her first birthday when old enough to sit in a high chair. wanted to make it a point to sit down -- >> she's 2. remember she's 2. >> make it a point to sit down and have family dinner. and look -- make it a point to pray. >> i think we should all say grace right now to get her to quiet down a little bit. elizabeth, how about you, whys is this important for you and your family to hold hands and take a moment and thank the good lord for the blessings throughout the day before you sit down and eat your meal. >> i think sometimes it's the
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only time during the day that we do that. unfortunately. but it's important for us because, you know, that's something that we want to instill in our kids and we want to know that we love god. even when they're sad. >> we're going to let you go. i think you've got tending to babies to do. we thank you for your time. >> thanks so much. >> inspired us with that video. >> thank you. we appreciate it. >> they were telling us earlier that eloise actually can kneel on just below her bed and say her evening prayers before she goes to sleep at night which is sweet too. 26 minutes after the hour. here's what's coming up. donald trump has said the american people are fed up and angry. so we decided to find out why. >> they don't know what they're doing. i hate them. >> railroad everybody. >> i want to do what i warrant. not the way it should be run. >> clayton hit the streets to
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married ♪ >> put on your boots and your wedding gown. it's your shot of the morning. new york city bride braving the blizzard to get married at st. paul the apostle church. the wedding party walking down ninth avenue for the reception. >> did it the right way took the subway due to the travel ban, but she says these are priceless memories and they are. >> absolutely incredible. we partied with a lot of strangers. we were chanting our subway wedding. a lot of fun. i think our picks are going to be next level. >> you can't beat that. those would be -- are memories. the couple invited about 200 guests. only 100 were able to make it. >> lot of brides would have turned into bridezilla. she didn't turn into blizzardzila. >> a good sign. >> we asked you to send us your pictures of your days in the snow. mel sent this picture of his grandchild in bellwood, north
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carolina. >> so cute. >> check out lily the dog playing in richmond, virginia. >> cut little coat. >> sydney and taylor and carter trying to walk through the snow in westminster, maryland. >> keep sending us your pictures. friends at foxnews.com. we'll put them on the website and social media. >> and millions of americans getting ready to dig out or already starting to dig out a day after a monster storm dropped up to three feet of snow in some spots. here in new york city, nearly 27 inches of snow fell in central park. the second most recorded since the 1800s. >> oh, yeah. snowboard in central park. >> live in times square with how officials plan to get rid of the snow. hey, brian. >> where's your snow board? >> good morning. not enough snow to snowboard here because everything has been cleared. they're doing a great job here the times square, considered a critical route in new york city. sanitation, we spoke to them in the department here, look it is
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a big, big task to get rid of all this snow. 3,000 plows go into the street, they take this snow and they put them in trucks and dump them in corners throughout the city. sanitation about to make a decision in a couple hours to did if they will make the melt the snow with snow melters. essentially hot tubs heated to just 35, 37 degrees, and all of this snow, mounds of snow, put into these snow melters and then it melted and put in strategic places where the so sewer system can deal with the excess water. they're looking to see whether mother nature will warm up a bit today enough for the snow to melt by itself, but if not, snow melters will be helping the process here in new york city. in the meantime while the city is getting back on track, with the travel ban being lifted at 7:00 a.m., people are now back on the streets, the cars are going by and imagine people will be heading to places like central park and times square. for those heading here, you're
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not going to see that many mound of snow. a good job of cleaning up. if you want to enjoy different parts of the city, especially here in times square, people will get up early to enjoy the snow. an incredible process happening in all of the major cities and one that has been clearly planned since the fall. guys? >> absolutely. thanks so much, brian. and we should mention, of course, the big game tonight on fox at 6:00. the cardinals/panthers where they -- the team was tweeting out thanks for cleaning ups the stadium. they had snow and shoveling and getting ready. panther fans hoping that the arizona cardinals not ready for the snow. >> not just that. the fans either because of the flight cancellations. >> true. >> like 9,000 flight cancellations or something. but they did -- >> trying to get to denver. >> put a tarp over the field but for some reason not over the stands. they're out shoveling. >> the players will be warm, not the folks in the stands. >> rick is tracking the rest of the weekend forecast. >> time to get to digging. this little girl in virginia
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doing a very good job helping out her dad clear away the snow. hey there, rick. >> hey there. the young hearts can handle the shoveling. >> a look at the maps, a couple things going on. the snowfall totals we've been talking about in new york city, not just in new york city central park, almost at a record, but take a look at the areas around. staten island, 31 inches, jfk 30, laguardia almost 28, same with belmont, you get the idea. a lot of snow for a lot of places. this is a look at the storm. it is gone. fortunately it's out of here. but it left such an incredible footprint. a lot of the east coast has not had any snow. the models were right on this except at the new york city area and extended in there unfortunately -- fortunately or unfortunately depending on your viewpoint but at the record level right there. all right. want to tell you the winds across the eastern seaboard were intense. 85-mile-an-hour. that is a category 1 hurricane force wind.
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same with dewy beach, delaware. the wind direction has changed. the flooding we saw along the coastal areas of new jersey, especially, now you have a north wind starting to push that water away from the coast and that will continue to pull the water away. i think the flooding that we saw, that is going to be gone. you still have winds across cape cod and the islands. that will begin to taper off as we go through the afternoon and we will warm up this week. good news, not incredibly cold behind the storm. warmer temperatures coming in to melt things down. >> thanks so much. david lee miller in southern new jersey and said some places had more flooding than they had during superstorm sandy. >> brutal. >> it can add to that. >> a travel nightmare this weekend as major cities dig out under tons of snow. 10,000 flights have been canceled leaving travelers stranded for days. >> earlier we told you the secrets that airlines won't tell you when it comes to rebooking your flights but there are also some apps out there that can help you too. >> kirk, the cyber guy, joins us
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now with how they work. >> good morning to you. anna, good to see you. clayton knows all about these because we use these all the time. >> that's right. >> flight board. one of the top apps. >> have a look at this one. this is crazy. you put in the airport wherever you live in the country, put in the airport, and it will show you all the arriving or departing flights and on the right column you can see that some flights here coming out of jfk, appear to start to still be scheduled. don't mean they won't cancel later but we get into this other block of delayed or canceled flights. this gives you a really good idea as we're trying to recover from this kind of weather or any weather, what really is going to happen when you get to the airport. another one that is a super secret insider site is called expert flyer. expert flyer comes with a little companion seat finder app but really the website is the tool you want. and it is a subscription base
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between 5 and $10 a month. that's a lot of money. why are so many frequent flyers using this? quite frankly it will find every airline seat that you're looking for between any two cities at any given time and the real bonus is when there isn't any bad weather and we're trying to plan a trip to hawaii or wherever with the family and want to use miles this will show you where some of those mile seats are that the airlines are not going to tell you. phenomenal. >> this is better than a typical site. >> getting geeky with airline stuff but getting the core information if you look on the right column see that on the right side, it shows you exactly how many seats there are in various fare categories. so very, very helpful for recovery. helps you tell the airline hey, i see that there's a flight i want you to book me on that flight and guess what, they will. they're not trying not to help you. they don't have the kind of tools at their disposal.
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>> you're right. some of these flight agaters, some airlines are left out, you don't have all the information, don't know how many seats are left. that's an amazing piece of technology. >> twitter just a huge friend. standing in line at the airport, on the phone on hold, and right now twitter the hero during a storm. you can find your airline's twitter handle follow them and start messaging them and guess what, they will get back with you faster, i guarantee it, than you will get through on the phone and then google -- >> that's a good tip. >> yeah. it few people know this. google bought this giant travel booking engine backbone to the industry and now they really have the quintessential way of searching for flights to see a whole bunch of possibilities. so you'll see all that as well as being able to listen to the air traffic control center. often tell you whether your own home airport is operating again. >> tweeting to your airline is
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better sometimes than calling them on the phone. i never had that before. >> nothing to lose to be on the phone and tweet at the same time. >> direct messaging, whatever it is. >> dm or just simply if you want to embarrass them and have them hit you, go out in public with it. >> all right. >> and go to fox and friends and then click cyber guy when you get there. >> thanks. >> 20 minutes before the top of the hour. we are following other news this morning. we'll start with this headline disturbing new connection to the flint water crisis. a hospital there says the flint river is responsible for lee gone air's outbreak that's killed nine people. found in a hospital's water supply where at least two patients with legionnaire's were treated. the county saw a spike in the cases after flint switched its water source to the river. thousands of children dealing with lead poisoning after drinking the water there. we'll speak with the michigan governor rick snyder about the crisis right here on "fox & friends" tomorrow morning. don't miss that. and the oscar outrage continues.
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celebrities plan to boycott over a lack of diversenominees. chris rock still set to host the academy awards, despite calls for him to join the boycott. the comedian says he's thrown out all his old material and completely rewritten his monologue to include the diversity controversy. live from new york it's tina fey. back to take on sarah palin. >> i'm here for all you teachers and teamsters, you farmers and charmers. is what the lame stream media is spinning. >> i hope nobody is allergic to nuts because we got a big one here. >> impressed they found the sweater. faye reprising her role days after palin officially endorsed donald trump in iowa. did you think it was funny? go too far? did you love it, hate it? >> how did she get that sweater. >> well done. >> maybe they put put every one of the tassels on there.
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>> coming up donald trump said the american people are fed up and angry and he's happy to take on the mantle of being the anger candidate. we decided to find out why people are so angry. >> they suck they don't know what they're doing and i hate them. >> railroad everybody. >> i will do what i want. it's not the way it should be run. >> hit the streets to see why americans are fired up. that's coming up next. over the last 10 years we've helped one million business owners get started. visit legalzoom today for the legal help you need to start and run your business. legalzoom. legal help is here.
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we'll see. maybe one of the reasons that donald trump continues to dominate in the polls and particularly in iowa this morning is because he is the anger candidate. >> i'm very angry because our country is being run horribly. and i will gladly accept the mantle of anger. our country is being run by incompetent people and yes, i am angry. >> mr. trump certainly is not alone. it seems that most americans are also angry. according to a new survey, 37% of voters are fed up with the federal government -- excuse me, 67%. 84% had it with congress. 57% livid with large corporations. >> i hit the streets to find out what is getting people fired up. take a listen. >> donald trump and the most recent fox business debate said he would be happy to take on the mantle of being the anger candidate. are you angry with your federal government? >> i cons get angry.
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>> don't make me angry. you wouldn't like me when i'm angry. >> i don't get angry but i'm disappointed i would say that. >> why are you disappointed? >> because we could do so much good, but everyone sort of is against each other in congress and i wish they weren't. like come to some sort of agreement instead of knocking each other down. >> that's when you throw a combination to the gut and left hook to the jaw. >> they suck and don't know what they're doing. i hate them and i'm going to do what i want, it's not the way it should be run. >> the federal government, congress, or large corporation? which makes you the most angry? >> that's a tough one. how about large corporations. >> it's not personal. it's strictlies business. >> what makes you so angry about them? >> i really think both their -- they don't have the interests of their employees at heart. the federal government, congress, or large corporations? which makes you the angriest? >> split between corporations and large government. >> large government. >> large government. >> you would go with congress.
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>> congress. >> the federal government, congress, or large corporations? which of those three make you the most angry. >> congress. >> congress. >> congress. >> congress. >> congress. >> wow. >> it's a straight sweep for congress. you're doing well, congress. >> contemplating. just don't get things done. >> we learned in kindergarten you have to share, put things back, you know do all these wonderful things. why can't we do that as a government? >> yeah. now we're having fun. >> i'm not for either party because i'm a moderate. >> it's a two party system you have to vote for one of us. >> i think both parties one always to the left one always to the right. >> i believe i'll vote for a third-party candidate. >> go ahead. throw your vote away. >> i do have a problem with congress because they're not following what the people want. they're just doing their thing.
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>> how could anything possibly ever get done. >> it doesn't. that's the genius of the system. >> we need term limits on every government official. you're there for x number of years and you can't come back. >> lot of americans like ourselves that are frustrated. >> they are frustrated. a lot of people said they were fed up. we had to cut out some of -- there were expletives. expletives. these are fine folks from all over the country in times square. >> something donald trump is certainly cashing in on and seeing it in those brand new fox news channel polling and a lot has happened in the last two weeks since our previous polls came out and he has surged more. the fbn debate where cruz challenged donald trump's liberal new york values and donald trump challenged senator cruz on his -- >> living in canada, being from canada. >> eligibility on being president and stance on ethanol and also this big endorsement from sarah palin. >> this entire election is turning on that. on both sides. donald trump but also bernie sanders and anger and
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frustration with what they see is not going far left enough which i don't understand but it's there. >> more on the polls coming up. are you stuck at home with the kids because of all of the snow? we have great toys for the great outdoors here on the have a sn later. before i had the shooting, burning, pins-and-needles of diabetic nerve pain, these feet were the first in my family to graduate from college, raised active twin girls, and trained as a nurse. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica. nerve damage from diabetes causes diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is fda approved to treat this pain. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling or blurry vision.
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all right, today when you play outside in the snow, lori shack is back, joining us with fun ways to help your kids get the most out of their time in the snow. >> it is beautiful out today. when the kids look at the snow they see a blank canvas. a couple of things to do to color if in. this is called color foam by crayola. make a happy face right over here. and this is our snow sprayer and
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stencil kit. i had to give it a spray. >> is this edible? >> no, no. >> that's a pretty -- >> look how beautiful, we put it on the snow. look how -- >> future in craft making. >> and everything simply -- >> love it. >> love it. >> what else do we have, snowshoes? >> we know little kids love to stomp in the snow. for our littlest ones, these are snow stompers, mom and dad will think there is a dinosaur or bear in the backyard. the bigger ones. you're wearing the snow kit. so these will strap on, and what you notice underneath it is there is a piece of metal so you can dig into the snow with these. >> oh, nice. >> next time i'll walk home. >> i'll keep going. >> all right. snow riders, how cool are these. i love this. feel them. they're soft. when you sit down, they're not ice cold, a nice cushiony thing. pick up your favorite superhero.
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>> can i try one right now? these are friendly? >> get your superheroes, your mignons. and, of course, we know the force is with us. it is wintertime. we also have our snow -- >> what is this? show me this. >> this is snow -- >> this is what i want. >> snow -- what is it? snow moto zips. these are really awesome. >> you take them on top? >> if you want to figure out how to get around while we're out here, if you're on flat ground -- >> we had a hill. >> we had a hill. >> de blasio got rid of our hill. >> i know. >> look at this. i did it. >> it is a ski scooter.
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a great way to get around. you fold it up, stand up, that one is not quite for the hill. when you're ready to have a snowball fight, look at this, we pick up the snow, makes the perfect snowball and sling it. >> our next segment. >> there you go. >> bye, everybody. get ready. when cigarette cravings hit, all i can think about is getting relief. only nicorette mini has a patented fast-dissolving formula. it starts to relieve sudden cravings fast. i never know when i'll need relief. that's why i only choose nicorette mini.
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♪ welcome back to "fox & friends." we'll start our snowball fight here. the folks from nashville over here. nice to see you this morning. all right. >> this is it, you can't make snowballs with this snow this is terrible packing snow. >> artillery.
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come on! >> you know, everyone's a winner in a storm. >> be careful. we love you all. we'll see you next weekend, everyone. good morning. the attacks and rhetoric on the campaign trail becoming more fierce as we get a new look at where the presidential candidates stand today. good morning, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." much of the focus is on iowa this morning, one candidate has his eye on the prize in new hampshire. ohio governor john kasich will join me explaining why in moments. a wild ride for the markets and your money. what is next for the markets and your investments. you'll see the president of the leading wealth management company. she's one of the most influential women in the middle east, the queen of jordan sits down with me for an exclusive

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