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-- indoctrination." >> and then, "when are we as a country going to stop celebrating mediocrity?" >> thank you very much. hope you have a great day. >> yeah, guys. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye. hi, friends. good morning, it is monday, the 25th of january, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is an extreme weather alert. days after a deadly blizzard slams the east coast, the dig-out begins. the government still shut down. schools are closed, and the new worry -- more extreme weather. >> we've had enough, haven't we? meanwhile, president obama would not run for a third term even if the constitution allowed it. >> the bubble is the hardest thing about the presidency. and i don't think anybody would -- anybody with sense would do it. >> the president doesn't like the bubble. what's next? bye-bye tom brady.
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peyton manning and cam newton heading to super bowl 50. we'll break down the match-up and talk about what it means to you because mornings, even on this morning, is better with friends. ♪ hi, everybody. we finally got out of the house. >> we survived. >> absolutely. from new jersey to new york city to long island, we have the storm covered. our personal views on what happened. >> and my family down in the south, too. >> i know. we've got the scoop loader in front of the building. there are gigantic piles throughout manhattan. if you're going to work later and you're in the snow zone, i suggest wear boots, and be careful because there's a lot of black ice. >> that guy's making a big mountain. >> or wear dress shoes and wear rubbers over them. these are options. aria is in front of the u.s. capitol.
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and maria, the capitol for the most part is closed. the house is off for a week, and the senate doesn't come back until wednesday. >> reporter: well, that's welcome news because the roads don't look that great here. the crews have been out doing a great job of getting the snow off the roads, but they are icy this morning. they probably are going to stay that way for several more days. i want to share the scene out here. we have snow piles everywhere. i'm sheer -- i'm sure similar to new york city. snow around everywhere. piles on sidewalks. people having to walk on the street. again, try to stay home if you don't have to be out and about. there's weather controversy, though, i want to share out of washington, d.c. we know that the area receives anywhere between 20 to 30 inches of snow with the western suburbs receiving even more than that. there's one particular report, it's coming out of reagan national. they're reporting 17.8 inches of snow. it's being disputed because the crew that measures snow there, they lost their snow measuring
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device during the blizzard. people are questioning its validity because they have to use a different method than everybody else. it's a problem for weather records of such a historic storm at least for here in d.c. regardless, we know that we received a lot of snow. it's going to take a while to clean it up. we also have seen -- other scenes in places like new york city, like you mentioned, of snow piles everywhere. a similar scene up and down the i-95 corridor from washington, d.c., and as far south as northern virginia extending to places like long island. let's talk about snow totals now. they were significant not just in the big cities that we focus on sometimes. look at this report out of west virginia with as much as 42 inches of snow. other inches in virginia picking up to 39 inches of snow. another big concern with the storm was the wind. it really delivered. here are some of the peak gusts that were recorded. hurricane force in parts of delaware and virginia. that's what helped produce a lot
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of flooding along coastal areas, as well. your forecast temperatures for today, they should be getting above freezing for some of the big cities like d.c. and even into philadelphia. so we're hoping that that will be helping to melt the snow. then during the nighttime hours, they dipped back to below freezing. and now that will be refreezing melted snow on the roads, producing black ice. stay safe out there. for tuesday, temperatures should be a little bit warmer, into the 40s. we hope that mother nature continues to help with the cleanup effort. let's head to you in new york. >> all right. keep in mind this is a deadly storm. at least 29 people died. a lot of them died while shoveling snow or carbon monoxide. >> they say this is unbelievable for physical therapists and chiropractors. even if you're at 19, the prime of your life, 95% of americans shovel wrong. we don't bend our knees. we don't -- >> use your legs and knees -- your legs and your bum and not your back so much. >> and a lot of advil.
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>> i had a tub of advil last night. what did we do during blizzard 2016? i did what i normally do when i'm stuck in the house, i organized all the pantries. i cleaned the oven. did the closets -- >> the labels are all facing out. >> scooped part of the driveway where the plow guy missed it. i scooped the walkway. my daughter, sally, and i were snowbound. we were watching a movie called -- killing me. "the intern," pretty good. >> what didn't you do? >> i was busy. >> "the intern" was good? >> friday i was down one beer. pulled pork sliders which were delicious, but i only had one beer. at that point, i switched to a beautiful bottle of red wine that anna gave me for christmas. >> yummy. >> you're out of beer -- that's why there's 911. you call in an emergency. >> why didn't you stock up? you've got the eggs, bread, milk, no beer? >> what about the carbs? >> i know. >> he knew he had the hard stuff to fall back on. >> i worked this weekend.
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saturday there was a travel ban that went into effect at 2:30 in the afternoon. my husband and dog baxter walked me to the train station. >> you took video? >> yeah, iphone video, so i could get up town. we stayed in hotels so we could walk through times square to get here on time. the show was so much fun. after we covered the doom and gloom of blizzard 2016, we had a snowball fight. >> awesome. >> let me say that i won. >> hysterical. you're going against a guy that usually fights wars. >> right. >> he's hitting you with snowballs. he's got tactics and strategy. >> i've got a nice shield, too. >> this is -- pete from minnesota. that's a dangerous one to take on. and you're from north carolina. >> yeah. here's my weekend -- by the way, this is the first time we've been home during a snowstorm since the 1970s. i was actually home on the weekend to see this. then i realized, we have seven-week-old dogs we're trying to housebreak who we cannot get
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outside. all they would do is eat snow and fill up their bladders. we would tell them to go outside, they're like, we don't recognize outside. in the middle, we were trying to show what the earth looked like so they would go. it was unbelievably taxing. i feel bad for my wife because she's got to deal with it again today. i got lucky -- both of them. that's paolo and rocky. it was exhausting. >> heather, i was following you on social media. you had a busy weekend, too. >> we did. we had 48 hours of togetherness. luckily, the kids did not kill one another. >> look at that. >> my husband is from minnesota, like pete. he likes to plow our driveway. he's out there helping folks out -- pulling the kids in the sleighs behind. there's my son gage, except the battery died. that was a problem. >> you had to push the atv? >> he eventually got out and got a new battery luckily. that's our dog, sawyer, who had his first time in the snow. he had a ball. >> dogs love that. >> and i did cooking and organizing, as well, and
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drinking wine. >> exactly. >> did you bring leftovers, either of you? >> we'd love to see your pictures, what you did during blizzard 2016. e-mail them, friends@foxnews.com. tweet or facebook us. now to iowa. we're seven days away. fox news, the much-anticipated poll to see where we're at. remember, it was a few weeks ago when ted cruz moved ahead of donald trump in the caucus state of iowa. will a 15-point swing have donald trump on top? >> that's right. over a couple weeks ago, trump was at 23. now he's at 34, up 11. ted cruz has gone down four. marco rubio has gone down three. ben carson is in fourth place. >> a lot has happened in the last two weeks. we had the espn debate. senator cruz challenging donald trump's liberal new york values. we had donald trump challenging the eligibility of senator cruz, whether he even could run for president because he was born in canada. we had the governor of iowa urged his residents not to vote for cruz because of his opposition to ethanol and the
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big sarah palin endorsement. >> you're 100% right. it depends on donald trump getting new voters. they need over 150,000. if it's under that, the weather is bad, it will be better news for cruz. meanwhile, two weeks from tomorrow will be the new hampshire primary. right now, as you see there, donald trump is still leading the pack. he's going down two since last time we polled. ted cruz up two. marco rubio, down two. and john kasich who we heard earlier was number two, as you see, he's fourth at a static position. >> tell depend -- iowa's going to impact new hampshire in many ways. also, the biggest disappointment has to be for the chris christie camp. man, he was in double figures moving toward second. now he's dropping again when there's been no news plus or minus from him. i found it shocking. >> left the campaign trail in new hampshire to go down and deal with the madness in new jersey. >> let me observe what he did in
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new jersey. he looks competent in crisis situation, governor christie. we watched him throughout the new york metro area. he could answer the smallest detail about any province or hamlet in new jersey. >> driving in today, new jersey roads were cleared. meanwhile, the cover of "the new york daily news," take this shove and shove it. the president interviewed by cbs. you know what, if the constitution allowed him to go another term, would he? no. he's tired. >> the bubble is the hardest thing about the presidency. and i don't think anybody would sense ever get you the story. it's the thing that makes me happiest about my tenure coming to an end. the one thing that gnaws on me is the continued polarization that's gotten worse the last several years. i think in the early months, my
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expectation was that we could pull the parties together a little more effectively. >> yeah. and in retrospect, good to recognize he had a role in that. and race relations, look how far we've come. man, i would have loved to see that underlined during the tension-filled times when you look at ferguson, when you look at -- he says, look, this is not the rodney king time, not the 1960s. i would love to her perspective -- to hear perspective from the white house when he was in the eye of the storm. >> let us know what you think. now breaking news with heather. this is nasty video. >> reporter: this coming in overnight. isis releasing a sickening new video featuring the terrorist behind the paris massacre titled "kill them wherever you find them." it shows the men plotting the attack. it also shows them executing seven isis prisoners. five by beheading them, two by gunshot. this happened somewhere in syria or iraq. that video ends with a message
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for britain, "you are the next terror target." the attacks in paris in october left 130 dead. they are likely armed and extremely dangerous. this morning, a massive manhunt underway for three violent criminals. one of them a murder suspect who cut their way out of a california jail. the fbi and the u.s. marshals now offering a $50,000 reward for the capture of the three. brand-new photos show the massive hole they cut inside their cell. they escaped through the plumbing system and rappelled off the roof using bedsheets. they broke out sometime friday morning. no one noticed this for 16 hours. severe durbin -- severe turbulence sending seven people to the hospital. the flight was forced to make an emergency landing three hours into the flight. those injured included three flight attendants and four passengers. they were all sitting in the back of the plane.
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sports now. did you watch this? the panthers and broncos going to the birth control -- to the super bowl. the panthers taking advantage of the cardinals' seven turnovers. final score, 49-15. as for the broncos, denver led through the game, but it became a nail-biter at the end. the patriots could not come back. the final, 20-18 for the broncos. now the super bowl stage is set. february 7th, santa clara, california. reports so far, the cheapest tickets climbing up to $4,000 apiece. and congratulations to heather and anna to your north carolina team. >> super bowl's my birthday this year. >> wonderful. >> great way to celebrate. >> and the roman numerals harder to figure out. 13 after the hour. coming up this snowy monday from new york city, if former new york mayor michael bloomberg jumps into the race for president, who would it hurt the most? the man who helped ross perot
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couldn't get any crazier, there could soon be a wild card in the race for the white house. former new york city mayor and billionaire michael bloomberg is reportedly thinking about running as an independent for president. insiders say he'll make that decision by the first week of march. what kind of impact would it have on the race? it would make things crazy. here to talk about it is russell bernie, former campaign manager and political adviser for ross perot. so you know a thing or two about a third-party run for president. >> yes, we experienced it on several occasions. it's a huge job to run for president. somebody that can sell finance takes out a major part of the difficulty not having to raise the money. >> and apparently bloomberg told insiders that he's willing to spend up to $1 billion of his own money. so the way things are now, if it were trump, clinton, bloomberg, would that work?
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>> no, not -- it doesn't really work from an ideological point of view. there's no right-left dichotomy that leaves the center open as there would be if there was a cruz-sanders contest. bloomberg fits neatly in the middle. with the clinton and trump candidate, they're pragmatists. you bring bloomberg in, another pragmatist, you'll have a battle of the titans, but there's not going to be a lot of ideological difference among them. >> right. donald trump apparently said yesterday somewhere along the campaign trail that he would welcome his friend, michael bloomberg, jumping in because he would damage the democrats. does that work like that? >> no, it never works like that. everybody brings their own voters. they all compete for votes on election day. they all compete for the same typical voter turnout. it doesn't help or hurt to have an additional candidate. it is competition. it's easier to win this a two-person race than a three-person race. >> if he were to run, okay, he's got billions of dollars, great. what would he bring to the
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table? when he was the mayor of new york city, famously, people referred to him as nanny bloomberg because he said, okay, enough salt, cut out the salt, no smoking, no >> he'll cut dow gulps for sure. he'll bring a whole new dimension in advertising. i think that's where you'll see him the most. he's not a very flamboyant speaker. trump can dominate the free media. i think bloomberg would have to dominate the paid media. >> okay. the odds of bloomberg jumping in are -- >> i would say less than 30%. >> you never know. got a lot of money. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. coming up on this monday, believe it or not, there's a side of anthony wiener -- do we have to show this picture? the public has not seen yet. it's going public later today. hello, carlos danger. and do you know the exact day you're going to die? i'm about to find out today for me. there's a service that says it can tell you when it's your time
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the obama administration has cut back on prosecuting illegals. the justice department says over the past five years there's been a 36% decline in prosecutions. one of the crimes included its unlawful re-entry to the u.s. by an illegal immigrant. fantastic. remember how the terrorist in the san bernardino attack slipped slthrough social media background checks? there's a new review announced. and the review still not required. the obama administration is still trying tacoma panned checks. at least we'll get snapchat.
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they say to live every day like it's your last. what if you knew when that would come? a website claims it can calculate the day you're going to die. >> i looked mine up. i'm a little perturbed about it. the question is, is it accurate? the host of pure connections dr. phillipa cheatum. >> good morning. >> there are loads of websites. how do they work? >> a lot of these websites work on statistics. looking at information from the world health organization. they say that they compile the numbers weekly so they are up to date. remember that these are generalized statistics. but the websites are very clever because they imply that they give a specific date. you are going to die on april 7th, 2054, at 7:00 in the morning. you obviously know that that is not possible to predict.
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>> they ask a few things like whether you -- when you were born, what's your body mass index, whether or not your you're a smoker, and comes up with a date. >> and if you're an optimist or pessimist. let's look at my numbers here. i'm expected to die july 6th, 2075. no! >> maybe if you drink less on independence day two days earlier, you'll live longer. >> i don't know. i want to go out with a bang. live like you're dying. >> and it puts the second. i put up the information -- i don't know if there's a graphic. i believe it was september 21st, 2051. i had a good run. >> what's interesting about the website, if you're a woman, you're going to live five years long erstadistically. that is -- long er statisticall. the website will take away six
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years, for a smoker, it takes four years off your life expectancy. if you're obese -- these factors come into it. >> i wish it would ask you, you know, if you wear a seat belt, if you're a risk taker, if you're a heavy drinker. what are some of the other factors? >> we know that race, education impacts it, marital status, fitness, diet. and these websites don't take into account the risk-taking strategies. we know the younger you are the more loyal are you to die in a car accident. these websites look at overall health. but they're generalized. people shouldn't be anxious and freaking out based on that. >> absolutely not. if your data says you'll die in 2057, you think, i'm going to live a long time. you do something stupid, boom, you fall off a building. >> if you look at the comments on the websites, some patients have looked and said, wow, my
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life expectancy -- i've got two years less. i'm going to cut down on drinking or smoking. others make crazy decisions and say i've only got two years left, i'm going to quit my job and -- >> skydiving all that stuff. thank you very much. >> thank you. ♪ 2075, huh? okay. coming up, the first votes haven't even been cast yet, but this morning, one republican presidential candidate already talking about bailing out. who would that be? stick around. and thousands are still stranded thanks to this big blizzard. what if there was a way to find your way home during any storm? kurt the cyberguy here with the secret coming up. >> first happy birthday to actress -- >> jennifer lewis, she's 59. happy birthday. ♪ ♪
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welcome back. >> new york city was under a travel ban for most of saturday. these guys didn't get the memo. take a look at this video. it was posted yesterday and has already been viewed more than 16 million time. >> it's epic. ♪ ♪ it's up to you new york new york new york ♪ >> hello, officer. >> act like we're talking to you, all right? >> you guys are awesome! >> on comet, on cupid, on -- >> how was he pulled? >> there was a jeep. there's a behind-the-scenes making that's on line. it's eight minutes long. these are some filmmakers from
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brooklyn. whether it looked like there was going to be a big storm, they got together, they had a drone, five cameras. by the end of the shoot, all they had left was an iphone. you see somebody along the way. this guy there in the red jacket has got his own youtube channel. and something like -- look at that drone shot. this was actually made in brooklyn. >> wow. like johnny knoxville stuff. >> it is an awesome video. the reason they went out was because mayor -- mayor de blasio said after 2:00, no cars will be allowed in the streets. they went out in the street. at the end, they were stopped by police. they said, we've got to -- we have to talk to you. >> just got a warning, huh? >> this is the best part when they go through times square with the flag. >> awesome. we asked for your picture. eric from allentown, p.a., writes, my boys and i spent hours shoveling two feet of snow off the roof. >> priscilla writes this, driveway clear, time for a beer. just one? and zach tweets, finished the
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storm on duty. look at that right there. we'd love to see your pictures. please e-mail them to us. you can facebook them or tweet them, too. >> we'd love to see them. >> all right. now washington, d.c., where in 30 minutes, metro finally back up. it's been out of business the last couple of years. >> we have details. >> reporter: good morning. so let's put this in perspective. this is one of the top-five snowstorms to ever hit d.c. and philadelphia. it was number two where you are in new york city. and number one in baltimore. i think it's understandable that it's going to take several days for us to fully dig out and finally get back to normal. here at amtrak, union station in washington, d.c., amtrak has -- it's going to be running on a modified schedule to and from new york city today. we've got a lot of train delays. a lot of cancelations.
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over the weekend, nearly 15,000 flights were canceled. 1,200 this morning alone. so a lot of problems at airports. you know, as for driving, don't even think about it. city officials from d.c. and baltimore up to philly and new york saying please stay off the streets, had the our crews clear the snow. you know, it's tough advice to follow when you have no other way of getting around. here in washington, the underground metro has been closed since friday. it will resume a limited service in about 30 minutes at 7:00 this morning. public schools in d.c., philly, and baltimore are closed. and mayors up and down the east coast are asking everybody to just please be patient. >> the second-largest snowstorm in terms of accumulation in the history of the city. >> everyone keeps saying this is historic snork. this is not business as usual. this is an unusual response and recovery of a historic event.
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so i'm asking for residents to continue to be patient. >> reporter: new jersey is still recovering from severe flooding thanks to a record storm surge. over the weekend, chris christie took a break from campaigning to help his state recover from a historic storm. other high-ranking officials were stuck in it. both the vice president and the defense secretary were stranded in florida. ash carter made it back yesterday. the vice president should be back home in delaware sometime today. and as for congress, the house has delayed all votes until february because of this storm. outside, there is a lot more action. for the first time in years, it is now legal to sled down capitol hill. there were hundreds out there yesterday. and there will likely be many more out today because both the federal government and d.c. public schools are closed. >> thank you very much. who says congress can't get anything done during -- before
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the holidays? the $1.1 trillion spending bill? that's when they lifted the ban on sledding in washington, d.c. people enjoying that. >> i wonder how many people stranded over the weekend made the astronaut chili that kristin made last week. >> delicious. >> if you did, e-mail us. air travel trying to get back to normal after the weekend snowstorm canceled more than 12,000 flight. the snow is over, but airlines face a crazy challenge of trying to put all the planes back in the right places. >> yeah. hundreds of flights still canceled today. and if you're trying to rebook that flight, there are apps you can go to to get home. >> look at that picture. >> kurt the cyberguy -- >> where's the plane? >> just the tail. good morning, guys. >> not looking good. >> we have a lot to get to. >> yes. if you're not affected by the storm, i promise this is going to happen to you at one point or another, and this kind of stuff is going help you. first of all, the worst words you want to hear at the airport now is overhear you being called
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a what -- a kettle. a kettle is someone who is known as part of the cattle who by frequent flyers thinks they're just not in the know. i instead of helping that stranded soul, they're going after their own thing and -- a whole other story. but i'm going to get you out of ever being called a kettle. looking on the right side of the screen, look at this. a lot -- an app virtually any device. we're seeing a lot of great information. in the far right column, scheduled means things are getting back into order. what we know about the travel industry now is it's like turning up a dimmer switch when it comes to turning an airport right back on. there's not a lot there that you can do other than really pay attention to what flights are being restored and be there and ready to jump on to try to get one of those seats. like musical chairs at this point. to the expert flyer, another that's outstanding, this will take you into areas that you've actually never, ever heard about because expert flyer is an app
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that people pay and a site, as well. a subscription to. you log in, and here is the beauty. it's going to tell you exactly which seats are in which -- which flights going to which neighborhoods around the country. this here is the better tool. awards and upgrade seats on flights when you're not recovering from a storm. airlines don't always tell you that they've got them. this will. that's why people spend the money on it. and how to look at this -- you're in the line at the airport this morning. you're also on the phone. you're on hold forever. >> right. >> an entirely new, separate department at the airline is waiting to hear from you and can potentially resolve your issue in seconds. just log on to twitter. if you don't have an account, it makes it worth doing just for this reason. each airline has an account. this one here is american's. you see that we could send them a note, and they'll get back to us -- >> hey, i'm stuck in -- >> here's the flight i'm on. it got canceled. they rebooked me. that got canceled. can you help me? >> agents working twitter?
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>> yes. >> i didn't know that. >> just make sure you use the airline proper handle -- >> yes -- >> otherwise they won't -- >> you see the verified blue check. that tells you you're on the right airline. >> if you have a complaint about an airline and name it, they'll get back to you. >> i've leave with this. i'm in a delta flight, my phone falls to the seat and swallows it up. i tweet them, they have engineers on the ground when the plane landed, took the seat apart, gave me my phone back. that's the power of being connected with these app. >> thank you very much. interesting stuff. >> good to be kurt the cyb cyber guy. 19 minutes before the top of the hour. heather's got unbelievable video. >> this is out of alaska. it captures the moment of an earthquake. it was a 7.1 earthquake that rocked south of anchorage. take a look at this.
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>> it's still going. like doing the hula. >> you see the man's living room lamp sway back and forth and the fish tank rocked. several power outage reported, but there weren't any reported injuries. thankful for that. niagara falls may be going dry all thanks to the federal government? rather the state's government. new york state officials want to shut off the falls within the next two years to replace and fix up some pedestrian bridge that are 200 years old. the public proposal was happening wednesday. that's when folks met to talk about this. the falls slowed to a trickle back in 1969 to study erosion effects at its base. the first votes haven't been cast yet, but rick santorum could be ready to throw in the towel. the republican presidential candidate telling "usa today" he may reconsider his campaign after the iowa caucuses. >> you reach a point where you realize you're not -- you're not
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going to accomplish what you're going to accomplish. >> santorum won the iowa caucuses in 2012. now showing, the weiner documentary. take a look at this. >> what's up? what's that? what's that? you wait until i walk past to say anything. takes courage. >> if you didn't get enough of him then, you can now. the documentary based on anthony weiner's failed political career. debuted at the sundance film festival. it was written by a former staffer of his. weiner, of course, wrapped up in the sexting scandal in 2011. and then once again in 2013. he resigned from congress and then lost the democratic primary for mayor. of course, his wife is hillary clinton's top aide. those are your headlines. i think i'll pass on that. >> no kidding. i know enough about carlos danger. >> no kidding. >> now his wife is more interesting. we're about to see her emails. maybe we'll find out more about anthony. >> yeah. >> i think we know a lot so far.
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poverty's founder, austin hunt. this started in the early 2000s and is doing extremely well today. austin, welcome. tell me about your program. >> thank you, brian. at united against poverty, again like the clip said, we're focused on providing a hand up as opposed to a hand out. we -- when my wife and i started the program over ten years ago, we recognized early on that entitlements alone would not solve the problems and issues that those living in poverty are facing. we developed a program that provides a hand up versus a hand out. >> what you do, if i came in, first you pull me out and -- i say, listen, i have no money, i have a family, you get me out of crisis mode. if i enroll in your program or you enroll me, what happens next? >> sure. you would have access, free membership access to our cost-share grocery program, member-share program.
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that program allows you to -- the opportunity to get your food at about 35% of retail. and then we provide you with crisis care, education, job training, job placement, career coaching, and so we walk you through the path toward self-sufficiency, inspiring and empowering you through emotional intelligence training to lift yourself up and your family -- >> you also put me in a volunteer position, correct? you start getting me into the mode of getting to work and giving back. >> optimally, everyone that graduates from our program comes back and does give back and volunteers. during the program, while -- while folks are working through the program, they're volunteering. but they're job training and learning about customer service and whatever career track we've got them on. >> interesting. two weeks ago, the republicans got together to attack poverty through the programs that jam kemp set up. a lot of people say when you go
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all volunteer, make people work for their hand out, they say that's insulting. that people are going through a rough enough time. why make them go out and earn this pay out? they don't want to get in free stuff. why humiliate them by doing stuff for it? what's your reaction to that? >> well, i think it's insult in to say that people don't want to participate in their own solution. and -- we found that whether -- we found that no one is for poverty, brian. whether you're right or from left, no one is for poverty. and i think that it's time that we begin to look at new ways of helping people. we've been fighting poverty for 50 years. and there are more people in poverty today than there have been in the last 50 years. providing a dignified hand up, a
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pathway to economic self-sufficiency is the way things need to go. >> i give you credit because a lot of people think about doing things, they want to do things. very few do things. you've done that for over ten years.that. for over ten years austin hunt has helped people help themselves. the ceo of united against poverty. what a great program to contribute to. thanks so much for joining us, austin. >> thank you, brian. >> coming up straight ahead, parents coaches and players are crying foul after a girl's basketball team is kicked out of the league for being too good. and are you still buried in snow? all you need is this special shovel to dig yourself out. how do i know i'm getting the best price on this? we'll match any competitors price. what about this? price match guarantee. and this? yep! so no monkey business, no tomfoolery? oh, we do have tom foolery, tom. staples has a price match guarantee. make low prices happen. staples make more happen.
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well, does your driveway look like ours? this giant pile of snow as far as the eye can see? welcome to midtown manhattan. >> welcome to the mountain at "fox & friends" this morning. well, don't forget about all these great tools that, that we're going to bring to you right now. we don't want you to break your back. here to make it easy is home improvement expert and founder of themoneypit.com. >> first thing you say you should get is one of these things, a snow rake. >> right now with all the heavy snow on the roofs we're at risk of collapse. you get one of these snow rakes, you reach on the roof, grab some snow and pull it off of the roof. as the weather gets warmer that snow gets even heavier, holds a lot of water. water is heavy. now is an opportunity to clear your roof of snow. >> i guess you can knock off a lot of the icicles, too. >> yeah, you could. >> how about shovels? >> look for one that's
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ergonomic. this one has a good curve to it, right? so you can bend your frees and you lift with your back. remember snow shoveling is a lot of work, right? you got to stretch. you got to really -- >> yeah, we have three deaths in new york city over the weekend just from shoveling and heart attacks. >> you have a trick to make the snow come off. >> i do. we're going to spray the shovels with wd-40. so you get a little lubricant. >> one side. >> there you go. now when you go to grab the snow, it actually just sort of slides right off. >> it's like pam. >> can i try it? >> sure. >> how often do you have to reapply? every 10, 15 minutes just kind of keep it handy. >> let me get out of your way. in your pocket you've got carbon monoxide detectors. we don't know how many people died from carbon monoxide. >> this is a kidde detector. it's got a digital display. so you'll always know exactly what the levels are in your house. hold onto that one. and then we also have the nest carbon monoxide detector, smoke
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hi, everyone, good morning. today is monday the 25th of january, 2016, i'm anna kooiman. days after a deadly blizzard slams the east coast the dig-out begins. the government still shut down. the schools closed. and the new worry, more extreme weather. >> yep. president obama wouldn't run for a third term. even if you let him. >> the bubble is the hardest thing about the presidency. and, i don't think anybody with sense ever gets used to it. >> okay. so what's next for the outgoing president? stay tuned. >> and a florida police officer called to a noise complaint, shocked to find it's just a couple of kids playing basketball.
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>> you mean someone's calling to play about kids playing basketball in the streets? >> obviously. i ain't got no problems with it. >> so guess who he called for backup? yeah. that's shaq. the officer, and friend of shaquille o'neal, here live this hour. live from a very snowy new york city where we're digging out, baby, it's "fox & friends." >> i'm happy not to have a car in new york, because they are just covered in snow. man. >> they say in suburban neighborhoods, get your star off the street so we can plow. you don't have that opportunity in new york so you got to sit there so they get buried. the good news is, i believe, the northeast will begin to rain on tuesday and wednesday, correct? >> that's not necessarily good because then you've got an ice coat on top making that crunchy. the good news is it's warmer because things are starting to melt a little bit. we could certainly use it today throughout the northeast. >> if you're wearing shorts put
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on pants. that's my advice to you. meanwhile let me tell you about the blizzard of 2016. the classic nor'easter, millions of people under record snow. >> the big dig-out could take days as temperatures whoever right around freezing. >> maria molina is live in washington, d.c. maria, here in new york city the schools are open, but there in washington, d.c. the schools are closed. >> the conditions out here for driving are not really that great. we have a lot of ice on the roads. some snow that's left over. and the crews are out and about, doing their job early this morning. but, here in d.c. you can see the capitol building behind me just a couple of days ago when the blizzard was raging here, 50 cross d.c., it was tough to even see it behind us. we have a lot of snow piles laying around. and much of the area received some very significant snow totals. we saw 20 to even 30 inches of snow in the d.c. area, just west of here, some areas picking up way more snow than that. and during the snowstorm, a dry spot worked its way in to d.c. so that's an area of dry air,
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and that kept down our snow totals just a little bit. we could have seen even higher totals in d.c. the snow, regardless has left a mess behind, not only in d.c. but in many other cities up and down the i-95 corridor as well. anywhere from northern virginia all the way to new york city. places in long island. and even across new england, getting hit hard, as well. we saw that more than 10,000 flights were canceled because of the storms so the airport scene was not very pleasant. i'm sure a lot of people had to be patient. and while people were inveesed by the storm, and given a lot of work to do with shoveling, they were still out and enjoying the snow, at least here in d.c. check out this massive snow ball fight in d.c. in the du pont circle yesterday, which was star wars themed. the snowball fight was named snow wars. so a lot of fun out there. i tried to participate. i drove over, but i couldn't find a parking spot. of course, there's too many snow piles everywhere. but here's a look at some of the other totals from other cities. you can see in west virginia, up to 42 inches of snow were
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recorded. in virginia, 39 inches. the wind was another big issue. we saw hurricane force winds in parts of virginia and delaware gusting up to 85 miles per hour. and that's one of the reasons why we saw so much flooding along coastal areas of new jersey and delaware. a quick look at your forecast temperatures for today, rising above freezing during the daytime hours. and a little bit better as we head into tuesday. let's head over to you in new york. >> all right, maria. the flooding in new jersey is terrible. and it was a mixture of having a full moon with the extreme tides and the hurricane force winds, spelled trouble. >> can you imagine if the weather that we had over the weekend happened a week from today, in new hampshire. how would that impact things? and what about two weeks from tomorrow in iowa. we've got some brand-new -- >> you mean iowa next and then new hampshire. >> exactly right. iowa coming up just a week from right now. monday night will be the caucus night. we've got some brand-new fox news polling out. and the good news for donald trump is, he's doing better than he was last time we checked.
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in the first week of january. he's up 11. ted cruz is actually gone down four points. marco rubio has gone down three points. and it looks like ben carson is down two points, as well. everybody else much less than that. >> yeah. >> looks like marco rubio got the des moines register. we'll see if that registers with any of the voters. because they got his endorsement. and today governor perry has decided to go around with ted cruz, who is going to endorse him, see if that works. governor perry didn't have the best numbers but he's in a heck of a retail politician so maybe, a fellow texan is one of the leaders. he believes like many believe it's down to two. i don't believe it's down to two. >> also the endorsement that came from glenn beck, that was after this poll was taken. so we haven't seen the effect on that for ted cruz. >> yes. >> plus you got the national review saying anybody but -- anybody but donald trump. it's interesting, there was an item on thehill.com yesterday, when i was snowbound i was reading, said there are a number of jittery republican senators
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who think that donald trump would actually be better for them than ted cruz in so much as their ability to keep the senate majority in republican hands. because, ted cruz, they say, his colleagues, conservative bond undermines his standing within the party base. so they'd prefer donald trump to ted cruz. that's what they said in the hill. >> you also had the governor of iowa come out and urge iowans not to vote for senator cruz because of his opposition to ethanol. >> right. today david axelrod has a column in "the new york times" saying why donald trump? look at barack obama. barack obama won, because he was the opposite of george bush. donald trump is the opposite in all his attributes, than you could say barack obama. he's deliberative, he's contemplative. they say he delays too long never comes up with a decision. what's donald trump? quick and concise and direct and he's confident. now you look at a guy in president obama who is looking at the back stretch, his final
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year. he has an opportunity, if he had an opportunity to run like fdr did for a third term, would he? listen. >> the bubble is the hardest thing about the presidency. and i don't think anybody with sense ever gets used to it. it's the thing that makes me happiest about my tenure coming to an end. the one thing that gnaws on me is the degree of continued polarization. it's gotten worse over the last several years. and i think that in those early months, my expectation was that we could pull the parties together a little more effectively. >> and he went on to say it's too much of a toll on his family to run for a third firm. he just doesn't see his role in those early months adding to that polarization. >> some see hillary clinton as trying to run for a third term for president obama. he's trying to court all the primary democratic voters and
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while bernie sanders starts to gain some speed. >> that's right. >> so after seven years as president, this president is ready to go. we asked you what you thought. david tweeted, funny how before president of the united states said the law prevented him from running, and if he could, he would, and win. >> and a tweet from bobby, obama sounds -- surrounds himself with yes people and complains about being in the bubble. >> one thing about george bush, he flipped everybody to make sure that didn't happen. from rick, to be honest i believe he would beat anybody in the current gop crop. that could be the case. we'll see. >> but then again, he can't run. so -- >> right. the guy that really wanted a third term was bill clinton. i mean he knew -- he never wanted to leave the white house. >> you see president obama worrying about his legacy so much right now. >> wouldn't hillary -- but wouldn't mrs. clinton be bill clinton's third and fourth terms? >> there you go. >> it would be smart to say that. because people are less worried about him as they are about her i think. eight minutes after the hour.
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here's heather nauert with a fox news alert. >> a couple pieces of news. overseas, isis just releasing a sickening new video featuring the terrorists who were behind the paris massacre. the video titled killdom wherever you find them shows the men plotting their attack. it also shows them executing seven isis prisoners, beheading five of them, and shooting two of them to death. somewhere in syria or iraq. now the video also ends with a message for the uk. you are the next terror target. the attacks in paris back in november left 130 people dead. well back here at home they are likely armed and extremely dangerous. this morning there is a massive search under way in california for three violent criminals. including a murder suspect, who cut his way out of this california jail cell. the fbi and u.s. marshals offering a $50,000 reward for the capture of these three men. bach due okay, hossein nayeri
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and jonathan tieu. brand-new photos show the massive hole that they cut inside their jail cell. look at that right there. they escaped through the plumbing system and then rappelled off the roof using bedsheets? they broke out sometime on friday morning, what's shocking about this is that no one noticed that they were gone for 16 hours. let's talk about some good news right now. the panthers and the broncos are going to the super bowl. carolina dominating the cardinals, and in the nfc championship game the panthers taking advantage of the cardinals' seven turnovers the final score 49-15. as for the broncos, denver led through the whole game but it became a real nile baiter at the end. the patriots just simply could not come back. final score 20-18 for the broncos. the super bowl stage is now set for february the 7th in santa clara, california. reports so far say the cheapest tickets, $4,000. and that number still climbing right now. i say that's good news because we've got some carolina fans around here. >> yeah, we do.
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heather childers is talking about buying tickets. >> and you're a carolina girl yourself. >> yeah, absolutely. >> and the super bowl is on your birthday. so that's prophetic, isn't it? >> i think so. and also krispy kreme is giving away doughnuts, $3.99 is all you'll pay in north and south carolina because of the panthers. >> super bowl it's the first one, second one for carolina. peyton manning at 39 the oldest quarterback to be starting the super bowl. a lot of people thought he was done, he was through. there's going to be a big push this week to admit he's going to retire after this game. i don't know for sure if he would. he seems to have turned back the clock, even though his numbers weren't fantastic. he has turned back the clock in a few ways. watch how accurate he is, especially in that opening drive. >> what about cam newton. unbelievable. >> what a specimen. the young versus old. >> absolutely. i don't see anybody has more talent than he does. one thing is pretty ironic. you look at the broncos go back to the super bowl.
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john elway runs that team now. the time when they won it is when he turned in his late 30s and it became about the running game and the defense. and peyton manning now that he's in his late 30s, it is now about the running game and the defense. he knows how to do the model. >> that big game last night at bank of america stadium you can't forget the carolina panthers are not used to that snowfall. it was covering the field. they had a tarp on the field but not on the stands so they had to use elbow grease and start shoveling. >> is it too early to bet on them? >> who are you going for? >> i'm going for carolina. >> yeah, yeah. >> why not? >> who do you like? it's coming up in a couple of weeks. >> you can blow the family fortune. the kids are through college. >> if you didn't blow it all on the mega millions lottery. >> is the mainstream media beginning to doubt hillary clinton's chances? believe it or not she might not clinch the democratic nomination. >> hmm. >> is there a deja vu happening here? >> no, there isn't. i just have to tell you. >> but our next guest is one of clinton's former competitors, says not so fast. former congressman dennis
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it's almost like 2008 all over again for hillary clinton. as bernie sanders surges ahead in new hampshire, and according to at least one poll takes the lead in iowa. but clinton's playing down sanders' unexpected success and the possibility that she could lose to the senator like she did to senator barack obama in '08. >> is there a deja vu happening here? >> no, there isn't. i just have to tell you, i can only react to what i'm doing, feeling, getting responses from people, and you know, i feel great that we have the level of enthusiasm that we do. >> maybe when she gets out of the north. but do recent poll numbers spell doom for the clinton campaign?
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let's ask fox news contributor former congressman and presidential candidate dennis kucinich. is that a fair question for chuck todd to ask? is it deja vu? >> well, any question is fair. the matter is that bernie sanders looks like he's going to win in new hampshire, and it's a competitive race in iowa. but once you get past iowa and new hampshire, then there's a whole different kind of election, because hillary clinton has enormous support among african-american and latino voters, and i think that will be reflected in some of the returns in southcarolina, in nevada, and also when you go in to the southern tier of states. >> interesting. let's look at the cbs battleground tracking poll out of iowa. it has sanders on top by one, that's if the more people show up, they say it's better for sanders, because he's exciting other people to get involved. here's the thing to keep in mind, congressman, i keep in mind rudy giuliani. remember he had the huge lead in florida, didn't feel as though he could compete in new
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hampshire and iowa and he waited. and by the time they got to florida the momentum was on the other guy, everybody else aside, and would eventually go to john mccain. do you see a parallel? >> well, brian, you know the question of momentum is the key question here. senator sanders has conducted a vigorous grassroots campaign that would appear to be giving him momentum in the first two states. however, the makeup of the electorate begins to change a little bit once you go to south carolina, and nevada, and then in the southern tier of states. and that's why i'd say you can't write hillary clinton off. >> right. congressman let's move on to the fbi investigation that we understand is going on below the wire. and a inspector general appointed by barack obama has leaked out the fact that there were three dozen times in which the highest level of confidential documents were passed through a private server, to the point where bob gates, hardly a political hack who has said nice things about hillary clinton in the past, said more than likely the chinese and others have been able to get to
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that intelligence. what's your reaction to where this investigation is heading? >> well, first of all, we have to take care that the presumption of innocence is accorded to secretary clinton, just like everyone else. secondly, we have to be careful that we aren't talking about e-mails that were classified retro actively. and third, we don't want to be in a position where someone is using the fbi or the inspector general to stuff the ballot. let the election be decided in the court of public opinion which is what the american people do during presidential elections. >> all right, congressman. we're going to find out soon, i guess, because the investigation is on their own timetable. dennis kucinich, thanks so much. >> thank you, brian. >> meanwhile up next, a plane forced to make an emergency landing after turbulence is so severe it sent seven people to the hospital. then, what happens when you stare at the tombstone of a famous assassin. >> this is the original tombstone of lee harvey oswald. >> wow. >> an exclusive preview of what
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bigger. it's gotten thinner. even curvier. but what's next? for all binge watchers. movie geeks. sports freaks. x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. hey there, everybody, what happens when you inherit a famous assassin's tombstone? that's what jamie colby is uncovering in tonight's "strange inheritance." >> this is the original tombstone of lee harvey oswald. >> oh. >> it feels wrong, but i'm just admiring the carving and everything. i mean, somebody went to a lot of trouble to make this headstone. i do want to hear more of the story. >> well, let's go have a seat and talk about it. >> and jamie colby is here to talk about it. so, after he died, that was placed on lee harvey oswald's
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burial site. >> just goes to show that a mother loves a son no matter what. >> yeah. >> and margrid oswald had this elaborate tombstone that was stolen by a bunch of kids. the father of one of the kids gave it back and she didn't put it back at the gravesite. she put a very small, plain marker and put it under her house in the crawl space only for the family that buys the house to find it. >> and what are they going to do with it? >> well, they think it's a piece of dallas history that belongs in dallas. but they gave it to a family member for storage, that family member went ahead and sold it to a dealer in illinois. >> really? >> and they went to court and spent a ton of money to get it back. and they want it back in dallas. >> this is unbelievable. just to take another look at what happened that day in dallas. >> absolutely. >> and realize that, you know, when lee harvey oswald was killed, he was buried the same day as the president. i didn't know that. there's a lot of history in this episode. but if you are going to watch "strange inheritance" even just
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once, tonight is the night. and brian, the oldest baseball card known to exist from before the civil war. >> a guy i never heard of. >> archibald mcmahon? >> i never heard of him. >> me neither. but he's somebody's great-great uncle. and i went to play baseball with the brooklyn atlantics. i know you know baseball but can you play baseball? >> they do this at old bethpage on long island. it's pretty unbelievable. >> you got in on the action? >> you might say i got a little action. i hit the ball eventually. you know, we always use the best pics. >> not true. >> as it turns out this particular team baseball card the oldest known. >> yes. >> so it's been passed through a family forever, until somebody unscrupulous got their hands on it, right? >> it is alleged. as we lawyers say. that the elderly lady who -- florence shasta, who inherited this, it was kept in a fanny farmer box, i'm dating myself, in her mother's cupboard, she discovers it 150 years later,
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and she finds out from a genealogy professor at the senior center who says, i'll take care of this for you. give me the card, i'll get of you a price on it. well she gets it back, she goes to heritage auction, and she's able to pay off a mortgage, she had to take to rebuild her home to take care of her parents. >> just that little card. >> just a baseball card. >> it's not just a little card. in fact if you don't watch tonight's "strange inheritance" at 9:00 p.m. on fox news you may never see this card again because it's sold at the big auctions. you know about it brian in chicago, and if you don't see it tonight, it was bought by an anonymous collector. we may never see it again. >> i guess that was pre-bubble gum coming in the package? >> no bubble gum, no licorice, not even a lollipop. >> with hundreds of thousands of dollars. >> three times the estimate. >> unbelievable. >> we're going to be watching tonight. >> i think you will. you should. >> nice to have you back in new york. >> thank you. >> mean while, 27 minutes after the hour, straight ahead the michigan water crisis putting
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governor rick snyder in the hot seat with his political opponents demanding his resignation. the governor here live to respond this morning. only on "fox & friends." >> and parents, coaches, and players all crying foul this morning after a girl's basketball team is kicked out of the league for simply being too good. ♪ every auto insurance policy has a number. but not every insurance company understands the life behind it. ♪ those who have served our nation have earned the very best service in return. ♪ usaa. we know what it means to serve. get an auto insurance quote and see why 92% of our members plan to stay for life.
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♪ >> so, how did you spend snowmageddon 2016? david from pennsylvania writes, spent the weekend as a real-life storm trooper. there he is out with the snow blower. god bless you. >> linda from long island, new york, writes to say, boys with their toys. here's my husband eric clearing the snow with his new snow blower. >> right into the neighbor's lawn. >> right where it belongs. >> and the father/son bonding in
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west virginia, where they got the most snow anywhere. here's charlie at the park with his young son cooper. he does not catch him. >> he hope he did. the shutter speed must have been working. >> and from new jersey big sister olivia helping 6-month-old zack enjoy his first winter storm. how great is that? i should point out my neighbor frankie came over with his snow blower. because the plow guy missed half the driveway. and he came over, just dug it right out. >> rescued you from the backbreaking shoveling that you were doing. >> i encouraged him voraciously. >> yes. >> let me make up a word. >> all right, anyway. hope all of you are feeling well, after digging out. but it wasn't all fun and games through the storm. particularly if you were along the jersey shore. look at this. >> you got to take a look at that flooding. wtxf reporter steve killy live with the latest on the flooding. water receding? >> looks like it's coming back now at high tide, and anna, i
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knew we had some flooding down here for the first time in ourc. the photographer and i, our roadkill on the main road here was a fish in the middle of the road that we couldn't avoid. we're hoping it was already dead, but that gives you a sense how high the water came up. now here is the dune situation. so we had two feet of snow. we're 120 miles south of you guys in new york down the east coast. two feet of snow where you are. two feet just in our drive west and south. water was the problem here, not so much snow. this is the back end of the dune. you can tell how much it was cut away even higher down there. i'm going to try to walk around to the front and show you the oceanside because it's like 30 feet high. this is the dune that protects the town and you can see, with me standing next to this, how high this is. this is the thing that's the last protection for all the beachfront homes here. and this is what governor christie was calling the town selfish because it wants these dunes. can you imagine if this big dune wasn't here when the water hit the town we have been wiped out.
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and so now this dune's been wiped out so bad they've got to replenish this because brian, steve, anna, the worst storm on the jersey coast happening in february and march, so we're only one month into winter. we could have bigger storms without the protection coming next. >> no kidding. all right, steve, down live north wildwood, new jersey, showing us the beach erosion. >> wow. >> wonder how the town's budget is doing from that? sometimes the small towns can get their budgets blown. >> you would hope that the state would help. >> yeah, and federal funding in some situations, too. >> if the feds helped build the dunes will they help repair the dunes? we're going to look into that. meanwhile, heather nauert what's gone our mind? >> a couple of things going on. i want to bring you some video out of alaska. a man captured the moment a 7.1 earthquake rocked parts of that state. take a look at this. >> it's still going. like doing the hula. >> like doing the hula, he says.
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the lamp in his living room swaying back and forth. and take a look at the fish tank in the background. four homes were destroyed in that earthquake. luckily no one was hurt. there was a smaller 4.5 quake that hit west of anchorage this morning. a girl's basketball team in minnesota won't finish their season. why? because they were kicked out of the league for being too good. a letter was sent home to the players on the rogers area youth basketball team. it says that the girls don't belong in the league because their skill level is higher than other teams. listen. >> three teams are threatening to, i guess, either forfeit the games against us, or flat-out quit the league. so for some reason, they kicked us out. >> are we supposed to play worse just to make them happy? >> she put it well right there. are we supposed to play worse just to make them happy? well the head coach says that he is not happy. he's meeting with the league later this morning. we'll bring you more on that as
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we get it. one of the world's hardest puzzled solved in just one second. there is a new machine that solves the rubik's cube in the blink of an eye. two software engineers came up with the design. they're now in the process of applying for a new rubik's cube world record. the current machine record stands at three seconds. the human record is four seconds. can't imagine doing that in just four seconds. those are your headlines. anna, over to you. >> all right, heather. 36 minutes after the hour. the numbers are startling. one in four people will suffer from a mental disorder in their life, and nearly 50% will develop a substance abuse issue. now a treatment center not only helps people deal with both of those issues but it's also expanded into a college so patients can eventually learn to help others to get on the road to recovery. how unique. joining us now is founder and ceo of destination hope, ben brattman a behavioral health expert as well. thanks for joining us on "fox & friends." >> good morning, anna. thank you for having me. >> what are the advantages of
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having someone be a patient and eventually become a counselor? >> well, the advantages are empathy. you know, somebody goes through treatment, they want to give back. and so, you know, you go through treatment, it's probably the worst experience that you'll have. you've got to change almost everything in your life, including your family. and a lot of times people gain this empathy and compassion, and they say, you know what? i want to stay, i want to help somebody else, and they go on and they learn a skill, and a learn to help other people. >> and you hear these stories that it's also their own therapy continuing to keep them sober. because there is a relapse rate for addicts of about 60%, we're told. sometimes even higher than that. your program specifically helps folks by their gender, and also by their age. how? >> well, what we do is we do
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gender specific program. we're the first gender specific program in florida. south florida. we, about ten years ago, we have men on one side, women on the other. and then recently i decided that we need to go age specific, as well. because with age there's different needs that a 30 or 40-something-year-old has as opposed to an 18-year-old or a 20-year-old. we keep it small. and, we involve the families at a very high level. >> and you say it's your belief that mental health issues, and substance abuse often goes hand in hand. and that's why you try to treat both there, too. quickly if you could tell me how the program works, how much it costs, and how long the certification process is. >> well, the treatment program in terms of the cost, insurance covers most of it. we have self-pay rates. we work with people. we want people to get better and
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we want them to be in treatment as long as possible, because the longer you're in treatment, the better chances that you have. i also have an academy, where we have people come in, whether they've been in treatment or not, and they get an education. they get a certification to be an addiction counselor in behavioral health. and they're able to give back to the community, and to each other. >> and that's a gift for the families, as well. ben brafman, thank you so much. the program again is destination hope. we appreciate your time this morning. >> you're very welcome. >> addiction in america. something that's growing. we're trying to destigmatize it on "fox & friends." the michigan water crisis putting governor rick snyder in the hot seat with his political opponents demanding his resignation. the governor here live to respond this morning only on "fox & friends." then, a florida cop called to a noise complaint, shocked to find it's just kids playing some basketball. so guess who he calls in for
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with this story, this all started when somebody decided, you know what? let's save money. let's not get the water we always got it the old way, let's get it someplace else. and what was in that water? >> well, steve, the way this really happened is the community made the decision that city and the county all wanted to switch away from detroit's water system. back in 2013 and there was a 7-1 city council vote to say let's move to this new water authority. we had an emergency manager there that ratified it. but the transition happened. and the issue was, not just the source of water, the source of the water didn't have lead itself. it was really the lack of treatment on the follow-up. >> because they had to put these anti-corrosive chemicals in when you pipe the water through. they didn't do that. well then shortly after they started the new water, though, governor, people started showing up saying, hey, look at my water. it's brown. and it smells funny. then what happened? >> yeah. well, again, there were challenges there. so there were some actions taken
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to try to improve that. to make that better. but lead is odorless and colorless so the real challenge, the real health care problem is the lead piece of this. and that's where the problem came in is that this is where government failed. there was far too much effort to talk about doing testing, to follow prot coles, to follow the lead and copper rule and not enough focus on common sense. to say you switched your water source, they had the detroit water. it should have been continued. and that's the frustrating part of all this, steve. there were multiple failures that caused this to happen and i'm responsible. the folks at the state level work for me so i accept that responsibility. and i really want to fix this situation. >> and so far, at the state level, i know you have -- you've put a couple of people on suspension. you can't fire them because of civil servant rules. what else are you doing at the state level? >> well we're doing a tremendous amount. the national guard has been out there. we've covered over 37,000 homes. there are about 30,000 homes in flint, to actually go to those homes and say can we help you
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with filters, with water. would you like to do a water test. here's information on getting blood tests. here's replacement cartridges. we've been very active in the community and there's been tons of volunteers helping. so it's coordinating all this effort to address the problem, to see how we can mitigate the damage. >> i know the epa had been telling the city of flint the water is fine. i know one of the epa big shots has called it quits. governor, when did you find out there was lead in the water? >> not until the end of september. beginning of october is when i learned there was unsafe lead levels. again, this is again representing the problem. that some people talked about it, but i had the department of environmental quality, the department of health and human services confirming that water perspective, there wasn't a lead problem, that's unsafe from a blood lead level, blood test level, that there wasn't also a problem. >> right. >> and that finally got resolved at the end of september, beginning of october when they said they were incorrect in their conclusions. that day i declared that we need
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to take action and that's when we started offering filters, water in terms of resources to people to try to turn this situation around. >> okay. so you knew about it september or october. then, you know, fast forward we're four months later. when did the people of flint realize they, wait a minute, we've been dripging bad water? >> no, they realized that same time frame. >> okay. >> actually before. and i need to thank, there were some outside experts, there was a professor from virginia tech mark edwards, there was dr. mona anatischa from the blood test level, they were founding the alarm in the community. and the point is our government people, the civil service people, didn't agree with their conclusions, and didn't understand, until a month or so later. and that delayed our action plan and i feel terrible about that. i mean, that's what drives you crazy about this. most state employees are fabulous people, working hard. but in this particular case, there was a serious cultural problem where they were far too technical and not using enough common sense. >> sure. governor, a lot of people don't
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trust government but we trust government to keep our air and our water clean, and in this case, total breakdown. >> that's true. and this is where we need to focus in on one, let's address the short-term issue. and then secondly, let's do a lessons learned on this. the same month i learned of the issue, back in october, i appointed an independent task force to go do that analysis. so what are the lessons learned to make sure this never happens again in michigan? and i hope it never happens again anywhere. >> we all do. all right, governor rick snyder joining us today from ann arbor. sir, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> all right. the lawsuits already starting out there. coming up next on this monday, a police officer called about a bunch of kids making too much noise. but instead of reprimanding them, he joined them in a game of basketball. and who did he call for backup? that tall guy right there. shaquille o'neal. the police officer joins us next. feel a cold coming on?
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someone called and complained about kids playing basketball in the street? >> obviously. i ain't got no problem with it. >> when a florida police officer is called in to investigate a noise complaint, he's shocked to only find some kids outside playing basketball. so instead of punishing them, like the caller may have wanted, he decides to join in on their game. >> yep, he promised them a rematch with some backup. but even he was shocked at who the backup was. >> you said next time you need some backup -- >> thank you. >> you sure you can take them? you're pretty sure you can take these guys, right?
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i've got some other backup for you all. >> shaq attack. here to talk about how it all went down is gainesville police officer bobby white. good morning to you, officer. >> good morning. >> the last person they thought would get out of that vehicle was shaquille o'neal. how did he wind up on that street with you? >> those details i'm not really clear about. it was a surprise to me, too. we came in that day, to go out there with some of my fellow officers, and shaq shows up. >> yeah. >> but he is very pro-officer, as you know. his dad is a military background and we know that he interned with law enforcement officials. he loves you guys. >> right. >> yeah and i guess, what did you notice that was unique about this? i mean normally, when a former athlete or former politician, former hollywood star, is trying to get some attention they bring the media with them. he wasn't out to get attention, was he? what do you think his intentions
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were going out there to play with the kids and with you? >> it was clear, he made it clear that he didn't want media out there. he wanted, i believe he wanted to keep it very intimate and about the kids. and that's exactly what he did. it was -- it was incredible. >> bobby, how did you adjust your game to his game, to try to complement his play? did you watch the video prior? >> there's no adjusting my game. it is what it is. >> okay. so let's go back to the initial reaction when you showed up on that street. and what were you -- you were surprised to see that it was just kids playing basketball. how did you want to remedy that situation? >> well, it's not the first time i've gotten that exact call. not at that spot with these kids, but i've responded to these calls before with kids playing basketball or playing in the street loudly. i knew how i was going to handle it. >> which is what? >> which obviously i'm never going to tell kids that 5:00 in the afternoon that they're being
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too loud playing basketball in the street. it's just not going to happen. >> that's what you want. >> yeah, that's what they're supposed to do. they're kids. they're supposed to be outside playing at that time. >> yeah. they weren't inside playing video games either, which we noticed a lot of teenagers do and they're outside burning off some steam, and just having a good time out there. but what made you decide not just to not punish them but get out there and play with them? >> well, you know, i don't know if you can notice in the video, but when i first got out of my car, i could tell the kids, his first thought was great, here's the police, they're going to come give us a hard time. i don't know exactly where that comes from. for them. but you know, it's our job to change that. nobody's going to change that perception that they have of us. but it's our responsibility. they're the future leaders of our country, and you know, at the same time we need to make them understand that we're here to help them.
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we're their friends. we're not the enemy. so, i think if i would have just went out there and said, hey, just keep playing ball, good job, maybe i wouldn't have reached them that way. i want them to understand that, you know, we're here to interact with them. we're here to help them. we're here, we're their friend. >> they also didn't tell you, sorry, officer. they let you play. >> oh, absolutely. as soon as the rest of the kids that were in the house saw that i was there to interact with them, they all came out. and that's typical. we see that all the time out in the community. >> i'd love to play basketball with the cops today. officer bobby white thank you for joining us from gainesville, florida. >> he had a mean slam dunk, too, didn't he? >> he did. >> here's what's coming up. danny devito back in the headlines this morning. not for being drunk on television, but for saying all americans are a bunch of racists? >> appreciate that. rking on my e me pain here.
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hi friends, good morning. it's monday, the 25th of january, 2016, i'm anna kooiman. just one week until iowa and brand-new fox news polls reveal some big news about donald trump and ted cruz. so which candidate is on top? then, president obama would not run for a third term, even if the constitution allowed him to. >> the bubble is the hardest thing about the presidency. and i don't think anybody with sense ever gets used to it. >> didn't like the bubble. so what's next for the outgoing president? in a year. stick around. and danny devito back in the headlines this morning. no, not for being drunk on tv. he did that with us here on our
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couch. but for saying america's a racist country. isn't that a nice pick me up? i'll explain because mornings remain better with friends. and hi, everybody. thanks for joining us on this very snowy monday here in new york city. where the streets are kind of passable. and people are going to work. >> yep, we're digging out. >> the streets have no name because we can't see the signs. >> we were so fortunate this hit on a weekend and not during the weekdays. it could have been a whole lot worse. >> i agree with you. everything would be shut down. people lose tons of money. right now they've got to go out of their way to get the snow out of the way so these merchants can get some business into their stores. >> much easier in new york than it is in our nation's capital. that's where we go now. they're slowly getting up and running after record-breaking snowfall from washington, d.c. to a halt. >> joining us right now with details is kristin fisher. hey, kristen. >> guys, good morning. this is actually the most activity that i've seen in
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washington since friday. for the first time in days, people are actually getting out because they can finally see the pavement, they're driving around. this is union station. and we've seen over the last hour a ton of cars coming through here, dropping off people, because the trains are running between d.c. and new york. i was just inside. the departure board is still full of delays and cancellations. so if you're trying to hop on a train you need to check their website first. make sure your train is not one of the ones that's delayed or canceled. but some trains are getting out. and there's even a coffee shop back open inside union station. so that's good for everyone involved. as for the airports, flights leaving d.c., that's starting to pick up again this morning. over the weekend, there were some 15,000 flights canceled. 1200 just this morning. so, again, it's really touch and go. you got to make sure that you're calling ahead, making sure you know if your flight has not been canceled. and you know, kriefing is starting to get a little bit better. but city officials are asking everyone to please stay off the
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roadway as much as possible so that crews can come in and clear out all of this snow. you know, it's tough advice to follow here in washington. because the last few days, our metro has been shut down. but it just opened back up at 7:00 this morning. so that's some good news. the federal government, though, is closed. public schools in d.c., baltimore and philly are also closed. mayors up and down the east coast are asking everyone to just please be patient as we dig out. but then, in addition to all of this snow, new jersey is still dealing with a ton of flooding. they had severe flooding thanks to that big record storm surge, so it's starting to get better there. but people are really waking up to the same reality there as they are here. and that a lot of this snow and water -- snow and water has frozen overnight. and it's making it for a pretty icy commute. back to you. >> it has. all right kristin fisher live in our nation's capital outside union station. thank you very much. i was watching over the weekend,
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saw peter doocy running throughout downtown washington, d.c. with a yardstick. somebody i didn't see on the streets was bret baier. we've got some images of you and your family living it up in the snow. is this a snow tunnel you built? >> it is. you know, there was the mountain of snow that was pushed to the side, about ten feet tall. and my two kids were destined to make a fort out of it. so we spent a lot of the time digging that tunnel. >> like el chapo, kind of. >> exactly. exactly. our own el chapo escape through the snow. >> did you guys go sledding to? i know legally kids are finally allowed to go sledding in washington, d.c. >> we did. it was a lot of up and down and up and down. but it was fun. they had a blast. we finally got out, though, this morning. and you know, the worst roads are up here on capitol hill. i don't know if it has to do with congress taking a snow week or what. but it's starting to get cleared out. >> what's the deal with this?
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they were supposed to work two days this week, said oh, what the heck, we'll just take the whole week off. who makes decisions like that? >> i know. i made it in to talk to you guys. >> let's talk about the polls. because fox has released a poll. this might be the most impactful one and the less impactful one prior to the debate clearly but certainly leading up to the caucus one week from today. what do you read into this? from likely voters trump has a significant lead up 11 points. he's improved bret baier, 15 points since the last time we did this poll. how has he done it? >> no, it's amazing to watch the donald trump organization. donald trump himself. obviously this was nip and tuck in iowa. ted cruz ahead, and some polls now towards the end more and more polls saying that he's ahead. we've always talked about what is going to happen with real voters getting to the caucuses on, you know, snowy nights, in schoolhouses and fire houses. but you look at those numbers and it's hard to deny that the momentum seems to be towards the
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trump way. >> meanwhile let's go to new hampshire and take a look. the primary is two weeks from tomorrow. and once again donald trump, since the last time we took the poll of likely republican voters, there in new hampshire, donald trump has gone down two points. still a commanding lead. double what ted cruz has. ted's gone up two. marco rubio is down two. sand the rest of the pack is less than ten. that's pretty much as we've seen it going. hasn't it been? >> it has. i mean there's always been this big spread in new hampshire. i think the dynamic that we'll see over the next few days, obviously we have our debate on thursday. in des moines. three days before the caucuses. and we'll see how that all factors in. but right now you have to say that donald trump is advantaged by the position he's in. >> kasich and christie seem to be pushing for the independents. they can make their own decision in new hampshire, right? they can vote for the democrat or republican. do you think that that would have a significance in this? because that's likely republican
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voters, which would give trump the additional advantage. should we factor something in to that when we look at these polls? >> well, sure. new hampshire is an open primary. iowa is closed. you have to be registered republican. in new hampshire you can vote -- you can be undeclared. you cannot democratic or republican. you can be independent. and a lot of the people make their minds up in the last week in both iowa and new hampshire. >> these polls can't take into account organization and ground game. we'll have to wait until the actual votes are cast to see what happens. over the weekend, bret, "the new york times" wrote the story about a potential party crasher. mayor bloomberg from new york city, is considering a run as a third party candidate, and got -- until march a friend of his is saying according to the "times" so that he can get on all the ballots by november, spending a billion dollars of his own money potentially. who would this help, who would this hurt? >> a big deal. you know, his aides are saying if it is donald trump and bernie sanders he is definitively in.
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he may be in anyway. i think it could take potentially from both parties obviously his gun control views, and some of his other views, but his business views, some republicans would look at favorably. now, if just play this out, if it's donald trump the nominee, and it's bernie sanders the nominee, and then michael bloomberg gets in, it's possible that nobody gets to the 270 electoral votes needed for the presidency. at which point, the race would then go to the house of representatives. and each state, because of how it's broken up by congressional district would get one vote. and by the makeup of the house of representatives, the rub republicans would then win and donald trump would be your president. >> very interesting. if you look at michael bloomberg and say he's tough on terror. he's also when it comes to guns, he'll attract the democrats. >> he's tough on salt. >> and he actually has a political record. >> he does.
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and i listen i think there's no doubt that he's considered getting in before. i think this is -- >> twice. >> this is real. these stories shouldn't be taken for granted, and he obviously has the money to make an impact. >> all right. meanwhile, over the weekend, cbs ran an interview, i think it was lee cowan sat down with the president of the united states in troidetroit, the president w talking about how he saved the car business. but he was asked, you know, if you could, you know, stick around for another term, would you like that? and surprisingly, because we'd heard he'd love he says, i've had enough. watch. >> the bubble is the hardest thing about the presidency. and i don't think anybody with sense ever gets used to it. it's the thing that makes me happiest about my tenure coming to an end. the one thing that gnaws on me is the degree of continued polarization. this has gotten worse over the
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last several years. and i think that in those early months my expectation was that we could pull the parties together a little more effectively. >> he actually does say, bret, flat-out i will not do it because it's too tough on my family. >> yeah. and you know it's interesting. it was off the record, but we had lunch with all the anchors doing the state of the union address and i'll just tell you the sense is that he's ready for post-presidency. and, i think that, you know, both parties are -- you're seeing a dynamic that is, you know, in part because of disaffection or a problem with how washington has run both in the presidency, and on capitol hill, and the president has overseen this where he's right the parties have split, even further. >> all right. we're going to be watching you on thursday night. the republican debate right here on fox news. bret, good luck, and we'll talk to you back here next monday.
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>> you got it. >> see you. >> we'll be watching "special report" 6:00 eastern as well. ten minutes after the hour we're going to hand it over to heather nauert with some breaking news about isis. >> that's right. let's start overseas this morning. good morning to all of you. some disturbing new information for you. isis just releasing a sickening new video that features the terrorists behind the paris massacre. the video is titled kill them wherever you find them. and it shows the men as they plot their attack in france. it also shows them executing seven isis prisoners, five by beheadings, and two by gunshot. this apparently happened somewhere in syria or iraq. the video ends with the message for britain, you are the next terror target. the attacks in paris happened back in november. it left 130 people dead. well, back here at home, they are likely armed and certainly extremely dangerous. there is a massive search under way this morning at a $50,000 reward for three escaped violent criminals, including a murder suspect.
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bach due okay is one, hossein nayeri, and jonathan tieu reportedly cut their way out of a california jail cell in orange county. these brand-new photos show the massive hole that they sliced out of a grate in their cell. they escaped through the plumbing system. and then rappelled off the roof, that's what they used to rappel, bed sheets tied to the like that. the trio breaking out sometime on friday morning. but what's hard to imagine, no one noticed they were gone for 16 hours. some severe turbulence sending seven people to the hospital. it was an american airlines jet. it was heading from miami to milan when it was forced to make an emergency landing about three hours in to that flight. those injured include three flight attendants and four passengers. they were all sitting in the back of that plane. but otherwise will be okay. we're told. the first votes haven't even been cast yet but rick sabt rum could get ready to throw in the towel. the republican presidential candidate telling "usa today" that he may reconsider his
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campaign after the iowa caucuses. listen. >> reach a point where you realize you're not -- you're not going to accomplish what you wanted to accomplish, and you have to look out for the greater good. >> you have to look out for the greater good he said. well santorum won iowa back in 2012. and those are your headlines. i'll see you back here in just a little bit. >> and a lot of his support came in at the very end on the weekend. so sometimes they break late. >> thank you, heather. all right coming up, believe it or not, there is a side of anthony weiner the public has not yet seen. the public. but that all changes, oh, you're so lucky. changes today. >> kids, hide your eyes. then bye-bye tom brady, peyton mapping and cam newton are headed to the super bowl. we're live in north carolina where the fans are already getting fired up. fact.
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>> well, already the fans are trying to get their hands on official super bowl merchandise. >> but kaitlyn lockerbie joins us live from a warehouse right outside of charlotte. what can you tell us? good morning, kaitlin. >> good morning, guys. we are at logo jobs in monroe which is just a few miles outside of charlotte. i'm sporting the t-shirt this morning the 2015 nfc championship t-shirt going to the panthers after they beat the cards last night here at home and i'm bringing in the owner rodney mcdonald this morning. very excited, because if it went to the cards you wouldn't have been printing t-shirts last night. >> absolutely not. we started watching the game as everybody else was. last night. and we were all ready to go as soon as the whistle blew we started printing. we printed about 20,000 shirts overnight. and they were taken out to the stores this morning. >> they're getting a little rest here. this guy needs a little rest because they watched the game in-house. you said you felt good when there was the interception and
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touchdown. >> as the fourth quarter ran on we definitely got more excited. there was a lot of buzz going on around here in the print. as soon as the final whistle blew we started printing. >> congrats to you guys. it's all about supply and demand. the more they sell, the more they print. if we win the super bowl they'll be printing t-shirts all over again. very exciting time in charlotte. >> all right caitlyn before you go, are there any broncos fans there in the factory? >> i don't -- wait, wait, wait. i got to tell you, i got to fill you in on something this guy went to tennessee so he's a peyton manning fan. look what color you're wearing today. who are you rooting for? >> rooting for the panthers. peyton manning last time i checked he didn't need any more t-shirts. >> very good. >> right outside of charlotte. thank you so much. let's stand and cheer for the panthers. >> there they go. >> stand and cheer for the panthers. >> john scott will have something to say about that. he is a big bronco guy.
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>> we're not going to let him on the air until 11:00 eastern. >> that's your decision. >> here's what's coming up. it's getting down to the wire in iowa. with both donald trump and ted cruz picking up key endorsements. this morning texas governor rick perry here to announce his pick for president. he's here next. >> i want to hear that. and danny devito back in the headlines this morning. not for being toasted on tv but for saying america is a racist country. when your cold makes you wish... ...you could stay... ...in bed all day... ...you need the power of... new theraflu expressmax. new theraflu expressmax. the power to feel better. legalzoom has your back. for your business, our trusted network of attorneys has provided guidance to over 100,000 people just like you. visit legalzoom today. the legal help you can count on.
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well, just one short week from today the first votes will be cast in iowa in the caucuses in that state. both donald trump and ted cruz picking up big endorsements in
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the final push. glenn beck backing cruz, and of course, governor sarah palin backing trump. >> wow. that as trump leads the latest fox news iowa poll with cruz a distant second. >> here to announce a new endorsement live on "fox & friends" former texas governor and presidential candidate rick perry. good morning, thanks for joining us, and let her rip. >> well, it's a great privilege for us to be able to endorse ted cruz. you know, interestingly. he's from texas. he was the solicitor general while i was the governor. i really didn't know ted cruz. i kind of had a picture of him, caricature if you will, from the media, from the political lens. and over the last 60 days, i've gotten the opportunity to really know ted cruz. he came to round top texas, spent a day with me, been on the phone with him multiple times since, and what i found was an individual who probably one of the best listeners i've ever been engaged with on a political
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front. and he's not just quiet. he's listening. he's processing. he knows what he doesn't know. and i cannot tell you what a virtue that is in this business for the president of the united states, for an individual who wants to lead this country. and i am convinced, without a doubt, that on day one, this very committed conservative american will be ready to be commander in chief. >> what doesn't he know, though? >> well, i think it's -- you know, he understands that he's going to need experienced individuals around him. for instance, nobody has worn the uniform of the country. ted understands that to lead this country, to make sure america is safe, and that our military men and women are taken care of, he's going to need really experienced individuals who had that veteran experience. who have the knowledge of how the military functions to be on his team. and that's a great example. you know, there are some folks out there who don't know what
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they don't know. >> well let me ask you this, governor, when you were running for president, you know, one of the things you had said was the fact that we need somebody who has operated something. you had operated a state government. there are a number of other state governors who would have the same qualification whereas ted cruz, first-term u.s. senator. >> yeah, and i will tell you that having spent the time with the senator, i am convinced now that he has that understanding, that knowledge, and again, when no one knows everything about the federal government. i mean it's just impossible for them to -- if anybody said stands up and says i know everything about everything, you might be a little suspect. senator cruz is knowledgeable of a vast array of how the government works. what i'm looking for is someone who is a principled conservative, and has always maintained that principled conservatorship. not just being for whatever they're going to be for to get your vote at this particular
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point in time. that principled conservative status is going to be very important as we go forward. >> governor perry, you say that that's one of the reasons that you like him, because he'll stand up for an issue even if his stance isn't the popular one. but what do you say about critics who say he's hard to get along with. >> well, what i say is that, you know, my early days in the governorship, i vetoed 82 bills my first session of the legislature and people went oh, my god, you can't do that. you've destroyed your reputation. you can never get along with the house or the senate. and what it is, it's setting the marker. it's basically saying here's my philosophical position. sometimes you've got to hit the mule upside the head with a 2x4 to get its attention. i think that's exactly what the senator's done. people know where he's going to stand. >> bob dole is somebody who said i looked at ted cruz and donald trump, it's a two-man race. i go with trump. what don't you like about trump? >> well, i would tell senator
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dole that maybe if he spent the real quality time that i spent with senator cruz, he'd have a different outlook. and i think that's really true. this is an individual that i got to see, that i got to really spend some time -- >> governor how much time did you spend with donald trump? >> you know, i've been around donald trump a time or two, and had the opportunity to have some conversations with him. my issue is one about when there are 22 movement conservatives who stand up and say, you know, we got a real issue with the positions and the changing of positions, i think all people, whether they're in iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, wherever, you know, need to step back and say, you know, what is the philosophical core here? and i don't have to ask that question about ted cruz. i know for a fact this is a committed conservative, he's always been there, he hasn't changed his position on issues. just listen, he's a courageous man and that's one of the great aspects of leadership. a person -- >> so this isn't anti-trump,
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this is pro-cruz? >> oh, absolutely this is pro-cruz. listen, i'm going to be for the republican nominee, whoever that individual is going to be. but i came to the conclusion that looking at who is in this race at this particular point in time, who has the opportunity to win iowa, to go forward, to be our nominee, that ted cruz represents, and he can put together a coalition of disaffected democrats, of minorities, of women, that are ready for a principled conservative to lead this country, to have a commander in chief that our military can stand with, and know that they're going to present our best position is to keep this country safe. >> all right. former texas governor rick perry endorsing ted cruz live on our air this morning from austin. governor, thank you very much. >> you're welcome. godspeed. >> now to iowa after that. meanwhile speaking of the presidential race this year's election will be largely about jobs. so who would a small business owner like rick harrison like to see in the oval office?
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♪ over the weekend we showed you this video of my pet giant panda tian tian rolling in the snow at the national zoo. this morning an unlikely challenger has emerged. >> he's america's pet panda, brian. >> that's right. >> look at this now. that's not tian tian, that's a washington, d.c. man, his name is jeffrey and he's officially challenging tian tian to a snow battle. he puts this video of himself rolling in the snow in the giant
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panda costume. so far it has gotten 44 million views. we're still waiting for word if tian tian will accept his challenge. >> i don't know who we're more worried about, people who clicked on it or the guy who dressed like it. >> just that he had a panda suit on the ready. >> ladies and gentlemen. >> maybe there was a sale on this. >> it was panda-monium down in our nation's capital at the national zoo. >> good news about panda. evidently they're finally pro-creating. they've been in a little bit of malaise. been indifferent about pro-creating. now they're really into it it seems. we may have too many pandas. >> thank you for the lesson. >> 26 minutes before the top of the hour. heather joins us. let's talk about the water in flint, michigan. it's bad. >> that's right. and you interviewed the governor earlier today, got some great information out of him. the governor of michigan speaking to steve doocy about the water contamination in the city of flint. rick snyder explains that the city council approved that water switch from detroit to the flint
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river. he also said that outside experts later warned the government about contamination to the water, but nothing was done about it. listen. >> our government people, the civil service people, didn't agree with our conclusions, and didn't understand, until a month or so later. and that delayed our action plan, and i feel terrible about that. >> well there are calls for the governor to step down. but he says he has no intention of doing so. niagara falls may be going dry thanks to the government? new york state park officials want to shut off the falls within the next two years. they say to replace and fix some pedestrian bridges that are more than 200 years old. the public proposal happening on wednesday. that's when folks will meet to talk about it. the falls once before slowed to a trickle back in 1969. look at that. that is when they studied erosion effects at the base of niagara falls. imagine all that goes into shutting off that water. wow. and now showing this, the
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documentary about anthony weiner. >> what's up? what's up? you say anything, that's courage. >> oh, yeah, did you miss that? if you did. there's a documentary that's based on his failed political career. it debuted at the sun dance film festival written by a former staffer of his. weiner is wrapped up in the sexting scandal back in 2011 and once again in 2013. he resigned from congress and lost the democratic primary for mayor. and speaking of sundance, actor danny devito is now making headlines from there. he's blaming the all-white oscar nominations as a racist nation. in an interview devito says, quote, we are living in a country that discriminates and has certain racist tendencies so sometimes it manifests itself in stuff like the oscar nominations and it's illuminated. but just generally speaking we're a bunch of racist. really? >> really. >> please.
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>> you can go to france -- >> i guess he forgot about cabinet secretaries being african-american. oh, the president, too. >> that's his opinion. >> all right. >> all right. >> meanwhile marco rubio just picked up a star-studded celebrity endorsement. >> i know a good investment when i see one. >> i'm marco rubio and i approved this message. >> i bet he did. why does pawn stars rick harrison think marco rubio is the real deal? he's here to tell us. good morning, rick. thanks for joining us from las vegas. why did you say he's the guy i'm all in for to the point where i'll be in an ad for him? >> because i got six kids, and you know, i'm not going to be around forever. they're going to be around a lot longer than i am. i want this country to do well. this has been a great country for over 200 years. and for the next 200 years i want to be great too. our current way we're going it's not going to happen that way. things i love about marco is
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education, and -- the big thing is the education part. >> what's changed, rick? what do you mean seeing the way things are going. what really struck with you? >> some of the things i struck with him. i didn't endorse him until i sat down and had breakfast with him and we sat there for an hour and a half and we talked. my big thing is, i'm from a blue collar family. i worked in a pawn shop, and not a great part of town my entire life. and i've met all kinds of people. and the thing that struck me the most is that he wants to bring back trade schools in this country. it's a really big thing to me. you know, i know business owners here in las vegas, and they can't find a welder. and our current high school system has sent every kid to high school, everything in high school is to set you to go to college. then we have half the kids don't go to college and we just throw them out in the street, they don't know what to do. >> and senator rubio has a story that a lot of people can relate to with his dad being a bartender, his mother being a maid. a lot of people can relate to that. a lot of credit ins say his
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record on immigration is going to come back to haunt him. they think he's weak on immigration. where do you stand? >> you know, i mean, i also tell the press this all the time, i'm not a mouthpiece for him. me personally, i believe that, you know, eventually we can't deport 12 million people. we just can't do it. we've got to figure out some system. maybe have a large fine ten years from now if they pay their fine they can get a path to citizenship, something like that. i don't have a problem with that. we can't deport that many people. >> i think it's also important that the des moines register also endorsed him over the weekend. even though he's third place in iowa. real quick, rick, you said you've lost business because you've come out as a republican and come out for rubio. >> one more time? i didn't hear that. >> have you lost business because you've done this? have people gotten -- stayed away? >> oh, yeah, oh, yeah. i used to get -- the phone would ring off the hook, literally, for me to do speaking engagements, different
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endorsements and everything. and it's dropped down a lot. and everyone told me it would happen. and it did. >> so if you had a do-over, would you do it again? >> yeah, i'd do it again. i'm at a point in my life where, money's not everything. and i'm just sort of looking to the future. i really believe this is the put your. this is the guy who can win in a general election. and he's a smart guy. he's a good leader. and he honestly cares. >> well, you care enough to put your name along with his. rick harrison endorsing marco rubio. he's done that before. he's standing by him. rick, thank you very much for joining us from vegas, baby. >> thanks a lot. appreciate it. >> because you and your family great american success story. blue collar guy. outworked everybody. and is a big success. rick harrison, thanks. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. >> would donald trump make a good commander in chief. and could he really win the war against isis? >> we will be asking a very special guest, former secretary of defense donald rumsfeld. >> yeah. >> come on in. you're next, mr. secretary.
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friends are, good morning. just one week from today. the first votes will be cost in the iowa caucuses. this as brand-new polls from fox news reveals donald trump still on top and actually gaining ground. here to react, someone who spent lots of time at the white house, former secretary of defense under president george w. bush, donald rumsfeld. thanks for being with us. >> good morning mr. secretary. >> good morning. >> nice to see you. >> what did you make of donald trump? he's on fire in iowa and new hampshire. >> well, i would say he's on fire in the country. he touched a nerve that has brought out tens of thousands of people and interested them in
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what he has to say, and how he says it. i think -- i mean, any politician who can gather a thousand or 2,000 or 3,000 people is unusual. he's-he and bernie sanders are each pulling in 20,000 people. which is amazing. >> are we just in a "throw the bums out" stage right now? >> well, there's certainly -- well, i don't know. there are a lot of people running on the republican side. 15, 16 people, whatever it is. and they're impressive people individually. and they range across the spectrum. in many respects. so i'm kind of encouraged. i mean, democracy is not tidy. we know that. and i've been around since 1932, and been watching presidential elections since i guess roosevelt. and voting since eisenhower. and this is unusual. >> does it bother you that he's been very critical of the bush iraq? >> no.
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i think people do that in campaigns. they look for some way to be noted, and call attention to themselves. and you don't do that, saying nice things generally. you do that by being critical, in your business, they say if it bleeds, it leads. so the person who says the most extreme thing or the most bizarre thing is the one that's covered. and politicians know that. and it works. >> well, mr. trump said over the weekend he thinks that if he wins iowa he may run the table. he's also said over the weekend, jeb, you should just give it up. that's what he said over the weekend. why don't you think governor bush can catch the traction that many expected in the beginning? >> oh, i don't have any idea. i don't know him. and i think probably there are some people who are uncomfortable with the dynasty idea on the republican side, or the democratic side. with hillary clinton. but, you know, democracy is not tidy.
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people get up there, they have to defend themselves. they have to argue. they have to persuade. they have to be able to talk and think on their feet. and i think the process of watching everyone run around that track is a good one. we're going to know more about those people on both sides of the aisle when it's over. >> absolutely. what does it say about the state of the democratic party, though, right now, if bernie sanders, a socialist, self-described socialist, is the guy leading the pack? >> i think the first thing it says is, no one's teaching economics in school. and we're >> or capitalism. >> we're evolving a population that really doesn't understand that socialism doesn't work. i think mrs. thatcher said the only trouble with socialism is pretty soon you run out of other people's money. >> yeah. >> you said something right before we got started, we asked you even though you didn't even send e-mail you looked at the hillary clinton situation, and you think this is serious, because the person who followed you in office, secretary of defense, said more than likely
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she got that private e-mail hacked. what's your sense? >> oh, i think he's probably right. the thing about revealing classified information. number one the information gets out. number two, the fact that you have that information tells the other side that, in fact, you have the ability to collect that information. so you reveal your sources and thotds. people then are able to prevent you from getting information. the third thing that we have a problem with, you can't punish lower level people for revealing classified information, and not punish senior people. >> right. >> and so they're facing a real dilemma in the obama administration. >> and she did sign that nondisclosure form. all right mr. secretary, sit right here. donald rumsfeld sticking around because he's getting into the app game where washington really is kind of a house of cards. we'll be right back. >> churchill solitaire.
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brand new polls show trump trumping all and the stumping over birth place and goldman sachs digging into ted cruz's numbers. trump says he's so popular, in fact, that he could shoot someone in the streets and get away with it with his followers. his campaign response to that this morning with us. and could mike bloomberg be about to jump in this race? who would that hurt the most? and the new polls for hillary, could iowa be a 2008 repeat for her when bill and i see you at the top of the hour. we know that isis has released this video. these guys are responsible for the paris attack that killed over 130 people in paris. and they have this video after their death showing what they're up to, beheading people, and also taunting the west.
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with us right now is the secretary of defense donald rumsfeld, the former two-time secretary of defense donald rumsfeld and chief of staff. mr. secretary, how important is it for you and how do you approach taking out isis at this point if i gave you the keys to the defense department? >> it's a tough call. but, if you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there. and the current problem we have is, we've been reluctant to identify the problem. and then, fashion a strategy to deal with it. and then recruit and encourage other countries to participate in a way that would be effective. >> we're told that we have a 62-manned country coalition. >> you have to have a leader. and we're not leading. we're not -- we're not creating a direction of trust, a purpose. and it seems to me that the task is to persuade people that this is a long war. it's a war that is different, the whole principle of
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deterrence has changed. normally, you're dealing with countries that want to defend real estate or they want to preserve their lives. and not be killed. you're dealing with people today who are -- want to attack the nation's state concept. the thing that's brought stability to the world. and second, people who are perfectly comfortable killing themselves. >> do you think proum is listening to his top military brass? >> i don't know because i'm not there. but, it's pretty clear he can't be. if you're unwilling to identify the problem, and call a spade a spade and say here's what the difficulty is, you've got a strand of that fate that is radicalized. the islamists, who are killing a great many of the people in their faith, as well as a lot of christians and jews. >> all right. we're going to take a quick time-out. we're going to play your card game coming up next, all right? >> winston churchill's card game. >> okay. >> here's here to talk about it. i've smoked a lot and quit a lot, but ended up nowhere.
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hey, everybody. if you ever wanted to play the card game winston churchill played to improve his strategic thinking, you are in luck. that's what we're doing right now with a new app. >> donald rumsfeld learned it when i was serving as an ambassador to nato. and now he's bringing what's duped the most diabolical version of solitaire ever. here he is back to show us churchill solitaire. >> indeed. winston churchill played this game during world war ii, when the nazis took over belgium. the government went in exile in london. and a young diplomat took over, and was assisting the belgian government, and churchill taught him the game, and he taught me -- >> get out of here. what makes it so different? >> well, first of all, it's two decks. 104 cards, and second, there's the devil's row up here of -- >> just hold it like that. we've got ted over your shoulder. there are six cards up on the top. and you have to be strategic to win this. >> all right go ahead and play a
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little. >> it's complicated. >> even for a guy like you? >> come on now. >> and when you win to the cards jump at the end like they did on the old school? >> indeed. of course you compete. that's the fun of it. i play it with my wife. and i play it with friends. you can compete on how many cards you get up with the aces. >> but do you hear churchill's voice? >> all the time, yes indeed. >> never give up. >> never, never give up. >> who wins more, you or your wife? >> oh, the truth be told, i do. >> really? >> that's good -- >> are you a sore winner? >> no. >> no. i'm a gracious winner. >> oh, that's good. >> what about the young kids that are getting involved? are your scores beating them or theirs beating yours? >> first of all we just launched it. very few people play it. and i think it will be a big hit because it's complicated, it's strategic. it's difficult. it's challenging. and it's fun. >> well, churchill solitaire. the cutting-edge you have a
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mobile app, as former secretary of defense so exciting. >> download it. >> at 83 years old what else do i have to do? why not do an app? >> thanks so much, great to see you mr. secretary. thanks so much. that's it for today. we'll see you back here tomorrow. 1 bill: we are exactly one week away from the iowa caucus. polls showing donald trump regaining his lead over ted cruz. hope you stayed warp over the weekend. martha: digging out. ted cruz slipping down into second place. donald trump up on top at 3

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