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>> we are hours away from the debate. >> what can we expect tonight? >> john roberts is live for us in des moines with a preview. good morning, john. >> heather and heather good morning to you from what is positively a balmy des moines, iowa this morning. we don't know what's going to happen tonight. 16 hours until the debates starts. still time for donald trump to change his mind. he his podium will be available. he made good op a promise he made to bill o'reilly last week. he thut there had been enough debates already. >> the democrats are all finished with their debates. they have had six. they were hidden behind football games and every other thing. they are all finished with their gee bates. at some point you have to do other things other than
debating. >> truth be told the democrats are not finished. they will be february the 11th. the debate line up remains fluid. the other candidates are making their final push in iowa. jeb bush dropped into his des moines headquarters to thank his volunteers. >> what's the play for you is it iowa or new hampshire? you have been spending an awful lot of time in new hampshire. >> we have a great team here. i am confident we are going to defy expectations here. similarly in new hampshire, it seems people are moving our way. in south carolina, we have got a lot of support. a lot of support. >> marco rubio also making a play for a good showing to carry him into new hampshire. the man mouth poll showing him in second place to ted cruz. he is looking forward to tonight. >> people literally make up their minds sometimes on the last day. the debate will be a big part of it. all i can do or what i can
continue to do is say who i am why i am running and what i will do. when it is all said and done and the votes get counted we are going to do very well. >> the man to beat still remains donald trump. the same poll showing him at 30 percent in iowa. that is a 7 point lead over ted cruz. he is expanding his lead with four-days to go. healther and heather. >> thank you so much. i coverage of the under card debate at 7:00 p.m. hosted by bill hemmer and martha mccallum. >> the 9:00 debate covered by bret baier, mig gwinn kelly and chris wallace. i know people aren't going to miss that one. hundreds of badges, guns and cell phones from the department of homeland security missing. we are live in washington, d.c. with the new fears they could end up in the wrong hands.
>> good morning, heather. there are multiple agencies under the department of homeland security identified in the new report raising serious security concerns. inventory reports from dhs obtained by the new site from the freedom of information request shared with fox news 589 cell phones firearms were lost or stolen between 2012 and 2015. employees were responsible for the lost or stolen credentials or guns. others belong to customs enforcement as well as citizenship and immigration services. in a statement a spokesman said they have improved oversight of the lost or stolen items the
last few years. the badges and credentials could pose an even greater threat. those can be easily manipulated and used by someone to bypass security to access secure areas. >> another fox news alert to bring you as the arms standoff starts to wind down. >> the fbi says the men turned themselves in at a checkpoint leaving the refuge. this comes one day after the group leader ammon bundy was arrested during a traffic stop and a police shoot-out federal
court documents reveal his group was armed with explosives and also night vision goggles. they are urging protestors to now leave. >> please stand down. go home and hug your families. this fight is ours for now. >> group spokesman law vow fin come was killed in the shoot-out witnesses say he charged at police before he was shot. >> inmates escaped a maximum security jail in the county. five gang members have been arrested and is believed he may have helped them break out of prison. the three dangerous escapees are on the run. the ringleader who is seen in the center picture is now expanding. >> we believe at this point there was outside help. we continue to look at the
possibility there was inside help as well. the three inmates cut the steel bars pand used be sheedz sheets to rep pell down the wall. >> creating a hit list for u.s. military members and government workers goes before a federal judge in alexandria, virginia. the 40-year-old college student in kosovo is giving names and addresses to top isis propaganda who urged followers to attack. he obtained the information from hacking into the data base of an american retailer. he was extradited to the u.s. this week to face terrorism charges. >> the wave of refugees is sparking new terror fears in europe. german officials say nearly 700 hard-core islamic extremists are now in ber vin. that nearly doubled the amount five years ago. 50 of them are isis fighters.
it is the top destination for migrant. nearly 100 refugees arrived in the country last year. >> they are cutting off financial aids to other countries in two former guantanamo bay advise ners. the four republican senators say they want to withhold millions for the host country of ghana as the gitmo detainees escape or rejoin the terror network. that move may be a roadblock to reduce the number of detainees to under 60 by this summer. let's talk weather. >> rewreaking havoc this is in e southern portion of the state. the e f1 ripped through the county over turning cars and tearing roofs off of homes. >> 100 mile per hour winds that touched down. they say they heard the howling winds and saw the rain pummelling down before cars piled up on each other.
take a listen. >> debris was firing all over the place. i was scared for my life. >> we heard a loud crash and screaming, saw it kind of form wi ing in the sky and we all went to the hallway. >> it is a miracle only one person was hurt in that. >> let's talk to maria molina. she is tracking this. >> by the way, my high school is in broward county. it was very close to where i went to hey school and my family still lives out there. scary stuff across parts of florida yesterday. we had multiple tornado warnings. unfortunately today it looks like a similar area. we will continue to deal with the threats for severe storms. the other concern is there is a forecast for heavy very rain. we received 3-5 inches of rain. the forecast for today is for an
additional 2-4. we have flood watches in central and south florida. in the western u.s. we are dealing with powerful storms, too. anywhere from washington state to california heavy rain and snow. this morning we are on the chilly side across parts of the midwest. it's not too bad in men am police. currently 36 degrees. that would typically be your high temperature this year. places like new york, raleigh, as well early this morning. take a look at the high temperatures you can make it as warm as 50 today in rapid city. meanwhile in the u.s. highs should stay in the 30's. >> quite a warm-up they have had in the midwest. >> michigan governor rick snyder has no plans to remove the corroded pipes that have been filling flint's water system
with lead. he says instead of rebuilding the infrastructure he will use chemicals to fill the pipes to stop the lead from getting into the water. thousands of children have been exposed to lead poisoning. snyder's handling of the crisis led to calls for his resignation. >> do you remember protests at the university of missouri? >> you need to get out. >> you actually don't. >> hey, who wants to help me get this reporter out of here. i need some muscle over here. >> that assistant professor melissa click has been suspended by the university for a run in with a journalist for racial tensions. this just days after he was charged with assault. she should know about the first mainedment. she is a teacher. 10 minutes after the top of the hour. a scare in the air to tell you about. what caused a plane to make an emergency landing when passengers and crew start falling bilike flies.
>> a mid air mystery. a plane forced to turn around when passengers and crews started passing out. patricia stark is here with us. >> it was a very scary situation for the 188 people on board that plane. the american airlines flight was heading from london to los angeles. about two and a half hours into the flight a flight attendant suddenly collapsed. the plane turned around over iceland and headed back to london. one passenger said the crew started asking if any doctors
were on board. >> there was a lot of commotion and they immediately through the lights on and maybe five minutes later they announced that seven of the 13 flight aiden taattend board had passed out or were too sick to tull fifulfill their du. in addition to the 7 attendants at least 3 passengers also got sick. paramedics were not allowed on board until air tests were done. all of them later were evaluated on the tarmac and released. they tested the cabin air but did not find anything. the plane is still being inspected. the airline is working to book flights for the rest. it is still not clear what caused the illness. pretty crazy. >> to say the least. >> patricia stark live for us.
thank you, patricia. >> state troopers are recovering after this. trooper jacob fields try to pull over a van going 90 miles an hour in the pickup truck the driver refused to stop leading officers on a 10 mile chase. when he eventually stopped he opened fire on police. a trooper was hit in the leg and stomach. he is expected to make a full recovery. he later died in the hospital. el chapo saying a night light in his cell is psychological abuse. the infamous drug king pen isn't sleeping well because of guards and guard dogs. he was arrested for the third time after he escaped from the same mexican prison. a vaccine for the virus won't be ready for at least a decade. researchers say there was not a
vaccine in development before the out raek. it takes about 10 years to develop one. the virus which is normally found in latin america can cause brain damage to unborn babies. they are now investigating cases in several u.s. states. the cdc warning pregnant woman not to travel to caribbean or latin america. a fox business alert to bring you. check your credit cards folks. this there is a fast food chain security breech. >> lauren simonetti has what you need to know. >> you might want to check your credit card statement if you have eaten at wendy's lately. there is unusual activity related to customer's cards. are you having trouble with safari on your cell phone. it crashed worldwide for about 7 hours. apple did issue a fix for iphone, ipad and mac users. some folks still reporting issues with the web browser.
a hoover board crack down in chicago ceasing 16,000 counterfeit hoover boards worth $6 million. at issue bogus batteries that could hurt consumers and it can threaten legitimate businesses. this as new york city bans hoover boards on subways, trains and buses. parents with lots of baby stuff. toys r' us and babies r us are offering 25-30 percent off new products including cribs walkers and car seats if they return old ones that are outdated or have been recalled. it is called the great trade in. social media blowing up for mcdonald mozzarella sticks it has empty fried doe. all over social media. the time now 18 minutes after the hour. a toxic combination of mountain
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>> a second tennessee teenager is dead after drinking a lethal con congress of racing fuel and mountain due. it is referred to as dew shine. he was found dead in his bed last wednesday. his best friend started having seizures shortly after and died monday. since their deaths two other teenagers have admitted to drinking the substance. >> the sorority events banned after a girl is hospitalized in
an alcohol related incident. now less than 24-hours later that ban is partially lifted. they can hold academic events and weekly meetings. they called an emergency letting to talk to greek leaders about alcohol abuse on campus. they have agreed to pay more than 300,000 dollars to cheerleaders who say they were paid out of wages. they weren't compensated for makeup and hair care. each woman will get between 2 and $5,000. a guaranteed job and we have you covered. that is the message. from river air university. it is guaranteed if they don't land a job in the first nine months of graduation the school will cover a year's worth of federal student loans. to participate they have to have
a 2.0 gpa and involved in campus activity. >> the iconic budweiser horses are saying hello to their new members. >> a dad faints when he hears he is having a girl. >> a couple in new york recently learned they were going to have their fifth child. they already have four daughters so dad was really hoping for a son this time. they decided to have a gender reveal party and when they learned they were having a boy, dad became so excited, he fainted. >> it's a boy. (screaming) >> oh my god. well, friends and family had to sit that man down on the sofa because he said he was in shock. their son is due in june.
>> he is like one more wedding i don't have to pay for. >> video of a toddler in alabama tackling the abc's is capturing hearts across the internet. john david proves he is a master of the alphabet,even that pesky w. >> w? w? good job. >> how adorable. his mom says her son who has downs syndrome is a gift from god. i think we can all agree that's true. >> speaking of new babies this is our theme today. a baby clydesdale>> budweiser is
quell co welcoming a new member to the clydesdale family. rancher has named him mac short for macro brewery. he joined 160 clydesdales at the ranch. >> thank you so much, carly. looking forward to seeing that one. >> fox news headlines 24/7 sirius xm 115 is there. >> she always joins us here. >> murder mystery an american nanny cauwas killed overseas. the hunt for her right now. >> takes off with a highway patrol car. how they pulled it off. if they could ever catch you.
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it is thursday january 28th. the count down is on in the debate tonight in the hawkeye state. what you can expect from the candidates as they make their final push in iowa. >> security risk hundreds of department homeland security badges and guns unaccounted for. >> the future is now. why you are about to see more dell lowerians reffing up on the roads. "fox & friends first" continues right now. >> good morning. you are watching "fox & friends first" on this thursday morning. >> i am heather childers. >> i am heather nauert. the debate is hours away in iowa. >> this is the last dae bait before the first votes are cast. what can we expect tonight? >> john roberts is live with a
preview. >> a very important debate tonight with the iowa caucuses four-days away. at the moment donald trump still not officially in the lineup at least according to him. fox news continues to hold his podium open. there's 15 and a half hours before the debate starts. plenty could happen. even if we are four-days away from voting donald trump already looking down the road at the campaign trail. last night a big rally in gilbert, south carolina. that is where people are vote on february 20th. he nailed down the endorsement of lieutenant governor henry mcmaster last evening a big surprise after haley knocked trump at her state of the union. big success as the election process unfolds. >> we go to new hampshire where we are leading very big. we come here. we could do well in iowa. i think we could run the table. if we can win iowa we are doing well with the evangelicals, with
everybody, with the tea party. what we have going, it is a movement. it is not like a normal situation. >> back here in iowa the other candidates all pushing for a good showing monday night. marco rubio had a capacity crowd at a popular west des moines watering hole last evening on his campaign bus. he told me he is going to continue to go after ted cruz hard at the debate tonight. >> ted is apparently willing to say, do or be anything in order to get votes. when he is out there portraying himself as the only real conservative in the race his record doesn't give up to that in terms of the standards he set for himself. those are policy differences. those are legitimate, not personal. >> if you look at rubio's trajectory it is beginning to look like a late surge. if rubio has a big performance on the debate stage tonight that could convert into a lot of votes and good showing on
monday. so much is in the balance. >> john roberts in des moines. thank you so much. the debate is at 7:00 of the debate. >> at 9:00 with megyn kelly chris wallace and bret baier. a fox news alert. guns and cell phones from the department of homeland security are now missing. garrett tenney is live for us with new fears they could end up with t in the wrong happened. >> this reported concern because they allow employees to bypass security and to access secure areas. in the wrong hands they could be altered to allow someone to pose as a law enforcement official.
it is obtained by the freedom of information request. those records were shared with fox news. they show that over 1300 badges, 165 firearms and 589 cell phones were either lost or stolen between the 20-year span between 2015. the biggest offender though is customs and border protection employees were responsible for the majority of the lost or stolen credentials and guns. the others belong to employees of immigration or customs employees or ice as well as u.s. citizenship and immigration services. they reduced a number of lost or stolen items in the last few years actually. if he loses or has his credentials stolen he needs to go to the credential office
immediately. law enforcement data bases disabled use of the lost or stolen item. the potential security gaps in dhs are something lawmakers ahae looked at. the senate transportation committee approved the legislation it would tighten screening of tsa workers. heather? >> garrett tenney. new mug shots just in to fox news. two of three people arrested overnight at the oregon wildlife refuge. that brings a total number of arrests to 11. the fbi says the men turned themselves in at a checkpoint leaving the refuge. five others briefly retained. adam bundy was arrested during a traffic stop and shoot-out his group was armed with explosives and night vision goggles. they are urging the protestors
to leave. >> charges in connection with three california prisoners who broke out of jail nearly one week ago. the three inmates are still on the run. the ringleader believed to be jonathan due seen here in the isn'ter. they may have had outside help. they cut out steel bars and rep pelled down a rooftop using a bed sheet. >> the hacker accused of creating a hit list goes before a federal judge in alexandria, virginia. the 20-year-old college student was charged with giving the names and addresses in u.s. personnel to a top isis propagandist. urged followers to attack. he obtained new information from the data base of an american retailer. he was extradited to the u.s. to face terrorism charges. the search is on this morning for a person who murdered an american nanny wouho is workingn
vienna, austria. he was found deaden side her apartment on tuesday after she didn't show up for work. police believe she may have been poisoned. officials are looking to question her roommate who has not been seen since her death. he may have been in the country illegally. we will keep you posted. >> the widow of the illinois police officer staged his own death to make it seem like he was killed in the line of duty. he is facing charge. millie gliniewicz is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a youth lis club. her husband joe gliniewicz allegedly stole 1-,000 dollars from the same group. five months ago his death sparked a massive map hunt for a sus security. in reality he shot himself. >> wreaking havoc just one who raped through broward conti over turning cars and tearing roofs off cars. >> brought 100 mile per hour winds as it touched down.
police say it is a miracle only one person was actually injured in all of this. maria molina has the weather forecast. >> good morning. a lot of rough weather across the state of florida forecasting more of that through out the day. i want to point out other features. we have low pressure bringing in light snowfall. a powerful storm system bringing in heavy rain and also higher elevation snowfall over parts of california and then here is florida. still active early this morning with rain continuing to roll through. we have a flood watch in effect because an additional 2-4 inches of rain is possible on top of what they already received yesterday. the ground is already saturated out there. you could be seeing more isolated severe weather today. heads up genie where across central florida and south florida you will be seeing weather issues today. temperature wise not bad at all for early this morning. typically this time of year you could be seeing colder temperatures this early in the morning.
only in the 30's in minneapolis and chicago. the colder spot in cleveland 27 degrees. northern new england you are on the cold side. 12 degrees in care beau, main. you will make it into the 40's in chicago and minneapolis. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. a mid air scare passengers and crew members falling like flies at 30,000 feet while they were over the atlantic ocean. it is a medical mystery that forced an emergency landing. >> tax season is here. like it or not five tips to help maximize your deduction. >> uproar in hollywood why the actor set to play michael jackson in a new movie is causing controversy.
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then five men's later they announced 7 of the 13 flight attendants on board either passed out or were too sick to full th fulfill their duties. >> several ambulances met the plane at heathrow airport. in addition to the 7 attendants at least three passengers also got sick. paramedics weren't on board until air tests were done. officials tested the cabin air ammed tested luggage but they didn't find anything. the plane is still being inspected. po most passengers are on their way to the office and the airline is booking flights for the rest. still not clear what caused that illness. >> that is so frightening. they are asking lawmakers to approve firing squads as a method of execution.
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deductions. >> good morning heather. as tax forms arrive you can pay less or get more back on your tax return. there are things you can be aware of that can reduce your liability. most married couples file jointly. sometimes the best isn't to file jointly. itemize your deductions. did you maximize your irs contributions last year. if not you want to think about it this year. it is a great way to save your pretax earnings for yourself. tax credits you qualify for take your taxes down 20 percent of eligible americans don't claim by the way the earned income tax credit. that is a really helpful thing on your return. list all charitable contributions you made in 2015. clothing donations, donations that i know you gave to your local animal shelter. all of that can potentially lower your income tax bracket.
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>> and the undercard debate begins at 7:00 p.m. eastern. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye. ♪ good morning, everybody. it's thursday, january 28th. 2016 fm i'm sandra smith. well it is an opportunity to be heard. so which candidate will jump out of the trump shadow in tonight's big debate? the stakes are high and we will analyze. >> yes, we will. and passengers start passing out 35,000 feet in the sky. what went wrong on board that plane. we have brand-new breaking details straight ahead. and a tractor trailer teerting over cliff. the driver still inside. check out this human chain that saved his life. you can see some of it, i'll show you more of it. it's called a tease. good morning, "fox & friends." ♪