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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." ♪
good morning, everybody. and you're right, stay tuned to find out. >> the edge of your seat. >> there's a little debate tonight? >> what do you mean? did you set aside your schedule? >> you should know, ladies and gentlemen, sandra smith is actually one of the hosts of the presidential debate. >> it's an exciting thing to be part of it. i'm so pumped. the stage is set. >> tonight, final iowa debate, the caucus on monday. >> the last debate before the first votes are first cast in that critical state. what can we expect? >> fox news senior correspondent john roberts is live there this morning in des moines with a preview. john, good morning. >> reporter: sandra, brian, steve, good morning to you. just four days to go before people in iowa go to the caucuses. more than 40% still to make up their mind.
15 hours to go to the debate. 15 hours within which donald trump could change his mind and decide to change and be at the debate. last night, on bill o'reilly, appearing on his show, a sometimes combative interview, o'reilly asked trump about the principle of turning the other cheek. watch. >> i think you should forgive not only journalists who come at you in ways you don't like. but i think you should be the bigger man and say, you know what, i don't like it, and make that case all day long. but i'm not going to take any action against it. you know, don't you think that's the right thing to do? >> it probably is, but, you know, it's called an eye for an eye, you can look at it that way also. >> no, no, no -- >> no -- >> here's what it is -- >> let me tell you. >> you take it more seriously than i am? i'm not taking it seriously. i'm going to have a wonderful
time tomorrow night at 9:00 at drake university. >> reporter: that event that donald trump is talking about is to raise money for wounded warriors at the cheflo auditorium. a great place. and in the closing days of the iowa campaign, jeb bush dropped in to thank his volunteers. he told me he's looking for his substantive question of policy at tonight's debate. >> there's still a chance to talk about the detailed plans i to get us out of the economic morass we have and the debates. whether trump is there or not it's important to do that. >> reporter: jeb bush telling us he's expecting a better turnout in iowa. he's actually been rising in the polls there. by the way, bush told me last
night he's got a $20 bet that donald trump will attend. steve, just so you know, it's a balmy 36 degrees here in des moines. we're thinking about going water skiing. >> john, here's the thing, brenbrent and i were just talking about it, because brent is going to be covering the caucus over the weekend. there's going to be a gigantic snowstorm on tuesday. >> reporter: as long as it's tuesday and not caucus night. but they're hearty adventurers here in iowa. and a little snow is not going to keep them from -- >> we're not, though. it's the weather guys that can't. >> john roberts, we hope you brought a warmer coat than that with you. >> reporter: oh, yeah, i've got one in the truck. don't worry. >> a snap-on hood as well. all right, why are the debates tonight so important for the republican candidates?
you know, we've seen a number of polls in the last week or two, you know, ted cruz and donald trump are neck and neck with the margin of error. maybe donald trump is ahead by 10 in another one. here's the thing, as of the moment the caucusgoers walk into the caucus event, republic, with republicans it's a secret ballot, unlike the democrats where you just go stand in a different corner and they start counting it. right now, when they walk into the caucus event, up to 30% have not yet decided who they're going to vote for. so something that happens tonight or doesn't happen by virtue of donald trump not showing up could impact who they caucus for. >> i don't think there's any doubt about it. gallop is not doing polls. it's not accurate, we're going to bow out. even people that used to do the polls say it is not like it used to be. it's hard to get people at home
on a land line. pollsters are saying, look at me, my numbers are correct. this is the best i can do with it, take with it what you will. if donald trump is not there, you're going to see ted cruz right in the middle and he's going to be the target for everybody like donald trump normally is. also, will donald trump look at that and want to see somebody at the center of the square for the first time. i think new hampshire is watching i think iowa is thinking twice. >> and chris last night was very specific on how important this debate is for iowa, listen. >> this is serious. republican intentionally limited the number of debates they're going to have. iowa only gets one debate. they get one debate. last time they got three. this time, one. iowa takes these things seriously. them care about these things. it matters to them. also it means like shortening the season, means each of deese
debates counts for more because there are fewer of them in the cycle. so the consequences are real. >> he's absolutely right. okay, he is an analyst, he is a pundit. marco rubio is actually going to be on the stage tonight in des moines. >> not to diminish chris, he refuses to impress. >> he's in a completely different category. i want to hear in somebody who's got skin in the game. here's marco rubio. >> this is a serious election. it's not a game. the future of america is at stake. i believe deeply if bernie sanders or hillary clinton is elected it's going to be a disaster for america. clinton super pac is now basically promoting the jeb videos. that's how bad it's gotten. at the end of the day, the people in iowa will see to it. i feel confident about it. they know if i'm the nominee, the republicans win. >> the clear average, this does play clinton and sanders head to head with rubio. rubio does do the best.
i remember people exhales when they picked ryan over rubio. >> also a lot of discussions to discuss tonight. we want to know what's most important for you for the candidates to talk about on that stage tonight. on our facebook page, let us know, what's most important to you, we'll consider that. let's go across the political aisle, the democrats, the dnc has sanctioned six debates. so far, they have had four. but here's the thing, hillary clinton's campaign is saying, wait a minute, it's neck and neck with bernie in iowa. it's not supposed to be like that. way ahead in new hampshire, we need another debate and one fast. bernie sanders said, we'd like to do that, but only things sanctioned by the dnc. the bernie sanders campaign has come out and said if hillary clinton wants another debate, let's not do one, let's do three
more. you can see this state here. if secretary clinton wants more debates that's great. we propose three additional debates, one in march, april and makers and none on a friday, saturday and sunday. and what they're saying the hide hillary campaign did not work for her and she's trying to claw her way to the front. >> he's saying none of this funny business, tucking it away on a friday. >> the one thing she can do gent bernie sanders that she probably couldn't do against barack obama, because barack obama what the inexperience card. with bernie sanders, you got to say, look at all of his experience cards. look at his early background. the communist leanings. look at socialism, the crazy bills he's proposed. look at what he's accomplished -- almost nothing.
the more she feel she is can expose of her new opponent the better off she can be. that's why suddenly, they're realizing, we blew our early strategy, it's time to change. >> but, there are a lot of people in the country who know his history and they're okay with it. people are looking at what he stands for. >> do you think hillary will look at him and say, just tell america how much money of theirs you want to take? >> 90%. >> right. i don't think she fully brought that out yet. >> i think most of the people supporting him are listening to the free stuff he wants to get them. >> that's right. we got to get to headlines. heather nauert is here. good morning, heather. >> good morning. i've got a serious story to tell you about. this is what happened to an american airlines plane. it was forced to turn around after passengers and crew members started passing out at 35,000 feet while that plane was flying over the atlantic ocean.
even more terrifying. no one knows why this was happening. that plane was headed from london to los angeles, when a flight attendant suddenly collapsed. that plane then made an emergency landing at heathrow. officials tested the cabin air and they also checked the luggage, but they didn't find anything. everyone is said to be okay. it was asked are there any doctors on board, a mystery there. three new arrests taking place back at home. overnight at the oregon wildlife refuge, the total of arrests, now 11. they turned themselves in at a checkpoint near the refuge. this comes one day after the group leader, amon bundy was arrested. and they've occupied the refuge for nearly a month to oppose that federal land policy. bundy is now urging the remaining protesters to leave and head back home. well, in california, five
gang members are now facing charges in connection with the three california prisoners who broke out of jail nearly a week ago. those three men, one an accused murderer still on the run. the ringleader believed to be jonathan tieu. they used a bed sheet, $200,000 reward offered for the capture. a tractor trailer teetering over the edge of a cliff. look at this right here. the driver was still inside the cab. check out what the folks there did. they formed a human chain to save his life. strangers. locking arm in arm to reach that drive inside that truck. the driver lost control on an icy highway. this happened in pennsylvania. he took out half a mile of guard rail before that truck finally came to a stop. other drivers stopped in their cars to pull the driver from the truck. this morning, that driver is alive thanks to all the help he got. what a bunch of heroes there in
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power of presidency. what have you heard so far and what do you hope to hear tonight to make you think that the men and women who serve are going to be served? >> so far, we've not heard very much at all. we've not hit double digits. the most gop debates there have been five. the gop has relatively quiet. incredibly quiet. there are issues that affect all, especially veterans need to hear about. >> how do you cut through the rhetoric as opposed to someone who looked like they're convicted to change things? for example, most people think it's nobody things the working all i hear it's going to change, i haven't heard much about how. >> well. va needs a cultural change, first and foremost. i worked together on the committee. i understand the issues. the executives tell how they need to do it. the president obviously hasn't
put much effort into changing this. this is one issue, where the presidency, the administration is going the key player in change the va. we haven't seen very many people fired, we haven't seen very many people take action. there's genocide happening. >> johnny, there's nothing i should tell you about the price being paid. josh earnest indicated there's no mass pullout until afghanistan, that swar getting inflamed again. having said that, that's a veteran issue. how do you feel about that should be addressed? what do you want to hear on that stage tonight? >> yeah, obviously, from national security and foreign policy there's been quad lateral meetings held. hey, listen, that war is not going away. i want to know when these men and women come home there's a president that truly cares about
their well-being taking care of these men and women. >> donald trump is running a fund-raiser tonight. how do you feel about that? >> listen, at the end of the day, hey, anything that provides care in the nonprofit sector. unfortunately, is this more of a gimmick than a natural effort. it's sad that it takes something like this for us to be talking about today. >> johnny, you never let it go by. thank you for your service. johnny "joey" jones, retired. thanked so much. what you need to know next. and it's one of michael jackson's favorite hits. ♪ my baby >> now there's a major conversation. it might just matter if you're black or white if you want to play in a movie or a play. hi i'm heather cox
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all right. some quick headlines for you on this thursday morning. a hacker accused of creating a hit list for u.s. military members and government workers goes before a federal judge in virginia. the student from kosovo is charged with leaking the addresses of u.s. personnel with isis whose members then urge their followers to attack. he faces terrorism charges. and lawmakers threatening to cut off financial gaid to the country of ghana. two former guantanamo bay prisoners returned there. they want $10 million per prisoner if they escape or rejoin a terror network.
a fox news alert to help five new york state residents have tested positive for the mosquito-transmitted zika virus which causes main brain defects to unborn babies. scientists studying the virus just warned it could take up to a decade before a vaccine is made available to the public. what can people do to stay safe? >> we've got a doctor on the couch. dr. marc siegel. doctor, we know it's spread by mosquitos. now people are freaking out about it because it does impact pregnant women. >> actually, steve, it's spread from mosquito to person only. it also spreads daily fever. this mosquito is all over the play. and it is in the gulf states of the united states. >> already? >> right. 2 million cases momently latin america, south america and the caribbean. what what you're talking about is a rare complication that rurs
to pregnant women caused by this called micro cephaly. when you get a small head. which say terrible, terrible birth defect. most people don't even get sick from it. you get flu-like symptoms. you get headache, rash, red eyes. that's telltale. it goes away three or four days on its own. the problem is if you're pregnant, travel advisories now in place not to travel to the caribbean, not to travel topana in el salvador. >> cdc is saying if you're planning on traveling, is that overblown? say, don't travel to the caribbean. >> i would say it this way, i would say if you actually travel to the caribbean, and you're
pregnant, the chance of getting this is very small. it's a small number. but i wouldn't do it. i would take it in your head, say what do i have to go there? >> if you have a vaccine, doctor, but the vaccine is looking like ten years out? >> right. they're looking at it in texas in galveston. they're about two years away from testing in humans. we haven't successfully come up with vaccine for west nile. they're predicting ten years. >> you know what's scary about this, dr. marc, the fact that it resolved itself over a short period of time. a woman with a little battle with the flu turns out she was bitten by one of these things an you don't know about it until later. >> i'll make it even scarier. of the majority of the time you don't know you have it at all. you can be pregnant and not know. all we can do is what we always say, wear long sleeves.
get into eradicating mosquitos. in poor areas, they're living in poor areas. we're just not doing a good job. the scientists are considering the world health organization to call this an international emergency. >> and yard guards, that would help? >> that would help. >> if they can afford it. >> absolutely. >> by the way, american airlines offering refunds if you're pregnant and traveling to some of these areas infected. >> risk is small, but you should be considering it. >> thank you very much, doctor. coming up on this thursday, terror down under. police stopping a teenager's plot to plant a bomb in a kangaroo. it's true. the bizarre plan, you won't believe, coming up next. and after four little girls, this dad is ready for a little bit of a change. >> it's a boy! >> it's a boy!
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piling up on each other. listen to this. >> the debris was flying around all over the place. i mean was total mayhem. the sky was black. i was scared for my life. >> we just heard a loud crash. screaming. saw it kind of forming in the sky. then we all went to the hallway. >> some police are saying it's almost a miracle that only one person got hurt in that. >> thank goodness. >> all right. a crazy tornado during the month of january in florida. marina joins us from outside tracking another storm. >> reporter: that's right, by the way, my parents live in broward county, that tornado touching down. more storms possible across south florida. we have a massive storm system impacting the western u.s. washington state, down to california, with potential for flooding rains. light snow showers across parts of the great lakes, light
accusations. in south florida, it's still raining out there, the forecast is for flash flooding throughout the day today. we already picked up heavy rain yesterday. the ground is already saturated. and several more inches of rain in the forecast out there. you can see a busy morning out there on the radar picture. also looking at the risk for additional cities for storms. temperaturewise, across the nation, we're not too bad for this time of year. you're in the 30s this morning in minneapolis and chicago. the cold spots are across utah and northern new england where you have temperatures in the areas in the teens. a brief look at the forecast, high temperatures across the nation. not bad again. 30s across the midwest. 41 in new york city. in texas and the plains, pretty mild out, temperatures reaching the 60s and 70s this afternoon. let's get back inside. >> thanks, maria. >> time for news. coming out of australia, a
teenager there is accused of planning to pack a kangaroo's pouch with explosives and let it loose on local law enforcement. a teenager apparently planning to target a veterans day ceremony in april. he allegedly spoke about his plans about filling the kangaroo with bombs and pasting the letters "is" on the animal for isis. the ringleader could face a life sentence if convicted. unreal. well if you're thinking about going on vacation to iran you now have more options than ever. iranian state media reported that several european airlines will have flights to iran. as the sanctions were lifted. british airways, air france and dutch carrier klm. there have not been any flights from u.s. to iran since the 1979 hostage crisis. this one, a different kind
of story. it's one of michael jackson's biggest hits. we all remember this. ♪ my baby it doesn't matter if you're black or white ♪ >> well, now, there is a major controversy after a white actor was cast to play him. the actor joseph fiennes will play the king of pop in a british comedy movie. it's about the jackson's allegeded road then with marlon brando and elizabeth taylor after the 9/11 terror attacks. a lot of folks are upset that a white actor is actually playing the black pop star. bizarre. and a funny story to bring you now, a dad is outnumbered in his house by five girls getting the lifetime surprise. watch this. >> it's a boy! >> it's a boy! >> and he goes down. he faints after he cuts into the gender reveal cake and learns that his wife is expecting a son
after having all of those girls. the family's newest edition is due in june. congratulations. how exciting he's like, amen, one wed ieg don't have to pay >> how do the four girls feel that dad wanted a boy so bad he passed out with joy. >> heather, i'm the fifth girl in my family. there's nothing wrong with five girls. >> there is a boy in my house. >> outnumbered #one lucky guy. thank you, heather. so, greased lightning -- a classic, a rock 'n' roll movie. >> sandy! >> show me. ♪ >> he's going to play barberino in "welcome back kotter."
this is going to be a dig show. >> a big show. "grease" for the first time live, rain or shine on multiple stages. i sat down with actor aaron tveit who is playing everybody's heart throb danny zuko. >> congratulations on the role. >> thank you. >> stepping into the shoes of travolta. no pressure. how do you feel? >> i feel good. we started rolling last week. this is the second week. it's been great. >> with travolta, iconic, what are you doing that's different? >> at all times, he's funny and vulnerable and tough and cool. it's like all of these things at once. >> yeah. >> so there's a responsibility to kind of nod to that and honor that, but at the same time make it my own. >> tell me about it.
>> how's it going with julianne? >> great, she's amazing. she's a wonderful actress and singer. for her, this is something that she's wanted to do for a long, long time. she's really amazing. >> everybody is so excited to be a part of this. ♪ >> do you have a favorite song? or the karaoke at least? >> "summer nights" is my favori favorite song. that is the song they used to play at the end of our high school dances. i probably sang that at the top of my lungs. >> "grease" live can't wait. >> all right. >> this is the show that nbc should have done instead of "sound of music." it's the most karaoked music
anywhere. because it's live, do you think it's going to happen? and live? they've been falling all over. the floors are slippery. >> they've had issues with people falling. >> people will watch just for that. >> julianne hough is amazing. a total pro. >> she really is. >> this sunday on fox? >> this sunday on fox. january 31st, 7:00 p.m. eastern. as always for my celebrity interviews follow me in the fox light.com. and twitter@foxlightmichael. all right. straight ahead. gofundme page usually set up to help folks in need. what this teenage really needs. a new car. would you give for that? look at the amount so far. any clothing, air freshener? and two christian high schools banned from praying before a game. they're fighting back. one. players praying joins us next.
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all right. quick headlines now. a dad under arrest for taking away his daughter's cell phone. i'm serious. ronald jackson took a phone from a 12-year-old after seeing an inappropriate next. but his ex-wife reported him to the cops. >> why would you need to arrest somebody for something like that? don't you have better things to do as a police officer? >> you would think so. a grand jury acquitted jackson of all charges. and a teen ig has a gofundme page to buy a car. one man told her that would donate $4 a week if she worked for for hours. not understanding the sarcasm, she said, what is the point?
he told her, get a job. prayer is pretty important at florida's cambridge christian high school. last september, when the football team faced off universities christian school in the state championship game, they asked the florida state high school athletic association if they could begin with a word of prayer over the p.a. system. the association said no. well, now, the school is fighting back. jacob end is a kicker for the christian high school team. and jeremy dime is here. jacob, why did the team want to start with a prayer over the p.a.? >> we wanted to begin with prayer, something that we've done for as long as i can remember, before every single home football game. >> true. well, it was -- you go to a christian school. and you were facing off against another christian school. you would think that it would be
a fair request. hey, can we start with a prayer. but, jacob, when they said no, what did you think? >> well, we basically couldn't understand why they wouldn't let us pray. you know, seeing it was done for as long as we have remembered. and it really, you know, made us frustrated and disappointed to think, why would they not let us do this against, you know, another christian school. >> right. >> and when they pray -- you pray, you pray everywhere, anyways. >> they do. a lot of kids pray in school every day. i remember praying before any big math test and other times as well before sporting events when i'm screwing up. jeremy, the florida association said that to do that, they would be breaking the law. is that accurate? >> no, it's not. knack, they're the ones that are breaking the law. and, look, we see these kinds of cases all the time at libertyinstitute.org. it's just incredible to me that you have two christian schools have earned the right to play in
the state championship football game. schools that have tradition and have prayed before every single one of their football games last season. and now they're told they can't pray over the loud speaker sat a state championship just because it's their property. that's wrong. for a government to censor a christian school's private speech and prayers is wrong. and the lesson they're teaching the kids is just terrible. >> for our schools watching right now, jeremy what is the rule? >> well, the rule's very simple. when it is private speech, the constitution protects your private speech to be able to engage in. the government can never censor the private religious speech of the people of the united states. when it does, it violates the law of the constitution. that's what the florida athletic association has done here. they're going to have to issue a pose an abossure the state of
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all right. well, good morning, everybody. it's thursday, january 28, 2016. i'm sandra smith. all eyes on iowa. the lineup and the stage are set for tonight's big republican debate. and although donald trump may not be center stage, he did sit down with bill o'reilly last night, detailing why he is sitting this one out. and imagine boarding a plane, taking off and your fellow passengers and crew start passing out. so what went wrong on board that plane? brand-new details this hour. and plus a rare tornado whipping trees and tossing cars around in the state of florida. >> the debris was flying around all over the place. it was total mayhem. >> whoa indeed. and hear from a guy who literally caught in the middle of a twister in the truck. holy cow. yesterday in florida. meanwhile, live from new york city and iowa, this is "fox & friends" for thursday.
and how great is it on the day of a big debate we have one of the moderators from two past debates, sandra smith with us. >> thanks for having me back. >> you're looking forward to being in the audience this time and not -- >> it is kind of nice, kind of nice to sit back and be an observer. >> right. i think that it will be interesting. gilmore, you did not have him. >> it is indeed, yeah. martha and bill will be moderating that first debate. that's 7:00 tonight. >> and governor christie moves up along with rand paul. >> that's right. >> when is the last time we started this program with jim gilmore's name? >> and the reason we're doing that is because we're 24 hours away from the fox news gop debate in iowa. >> this is the last debate before the votes are cast in iowa where they caucus. what can we expect? for more on jim gilmore and the others, john roberts live in des
moines with a preview. >> hey, john. >> reporter: brian, sandra, steve, good morning. it will go fast until people here in iowa until to give us an early indication of how this primary season may go. and this debate tonight going to be an important part of the 30% of iowans who are undecided make up their mind. you mentioned rand paul is back on the big stage again. he was out of both debates by choice during the fox business debate. which was our last debate. but look at this, the guy in center stage, donald trump still saying that he's not going to be here. last night, before a big event in gilbert, south carolina, trump aired out his feud on bill o'reilly's show where bill asked him about the principle of turning the other cheek. >> i think you should forgive not only journalists who come at you in ways you don't like, but i think you should be the bigger man and say, you know what? i didn't like it, and you should
make that case all day long. but i'm not going to take any action against it. don't you think that's the right thing to do? >> it probably is, but you know, it's called an eye for an eye i guess also you can look at it that way. >> no no no. that's old test aamount -- if you're a christian the eye for an eye rule goes out. turn the other cheek. >> i'm not taking it seriously. i'll have a wonderful time at 9:00 at drake university. >> the other candidates are all making a final patricia. marco rubio experiencing what is beginning to look like a late surge now with seven points of ted cruz in a new monmouth poll. rubio says he plans to keep up the heat on cruz tonight.
>> ted is willing to say or do anything in order to get votes so when he's out there portraying himself as the only real conservative in the race, i mean, his record just doesn't live up to that in terms of the standards he set for himself. those are policy differences. those are legitimate. not personal. >> reporter: for his part, ted cruz continues to hammer donald trump for not being a conservative, but here's the thing for ted cruz. if trump does not show up for tonight's debate, cruz is going to be center stage and no question will take fire from all sides. sandra, steve, brian? >> all right, john roberts live in des moines with the very latest. sandra, if you have this debate tonight, it doesn't look like donald trump is showing up -- >> jim gilmore. >> he is first. he's tall. do you have a special section of what if donald trump was here? at the last minute you have to factor in the guy that's not there. >> but bret baier said there's a podium there and that podium is ready should he decide to show up. >> but let's say he doesn't show
up. do you have all the candidates with a portion of the ethe bait -- the debate talking about the -- >> it's the candidates' choice. and that's why so many millions of people will watch this. whether or not they decide to focus their attack on donald trump tonight or are they going to use this as an opportunity, so many of them have complained that all of the debates they have been talking about donald trump. are they going to use this as an opportunity to get their message out, which many of them have struggled to do in the era of donald trump. >> this is the first debate that donald trump is not in the center. i'm sure when he's watching it it will bug him, but he'll be doing that event for the vets at 8:00 it kicks off at drake university which is on the east side of downtown des moines. what's interesting donald trump just tweeted in the last ten minutes or so that two candidates have called him and want to go to his event tonight. you have to figure those are probably two of the guys from the undercard because otherwise it would be -- step away --
>> i know it's probably santorum and huckabee. >> trump tweeted out in a brand-new poll in iowa, he's up by seven over cruz. and the pollster for the maris poll who did the nbc poll, he said given the way trump is dominating first three contests, he is positioning himself to run the table in the first three states. >> i have a scenario for you. cruz getting constant incoming -- he'll be the target because for -- for tonight. and just the way he approaches his job. he did not have -- you know, he was not the most popular guy as john mccain will tell you and marco rubio just mentioned in the senate anyways. so he'll get it and i think christie steps into the blunt force approach that donald trump usually is. we know that that's how he
governs. i think we elle a see -- we'll see that tonight. >> and the undercard debate in which chris christie was for my fbn debate, the first of the fbn debates, he used that as and the united nations not to talk about donald trump but the candidates standing to his left and right but squarely focused on hillary clinton. it worked for him. he moved up to the primetime debate after that. >> sure. >> hey, there's going to be -- this is the reason to watch tonight because we don't know where these candidates are going to go. >> we talked about the candidate dynam dynamics, but what about the issues? brian interviewed a former marine who had some great points in the 6:00 show. here he is, johnny jones, earlier talking about what he would like to see from the candidates and it starts with the v.a. >> i want to know that when the men and women come home there's a president that truly cares about their well-being and make political favors take a back seat and take care of the men
and women. i worked on the house veterans affairs committee i understand the legislative process when it comes to this issue. at the end of the day, the congress tells the v.a. what they need to do, but the executive tells them how they need to do it. the president hasn't put much effort into changing this. so this is one issue as opposed to many that the presidency, the administration is going to be the key player in changing the v.a. >> he has spent the majority of his time after getting back and losing both his legs in afghanistan trying to get veterans' issues addressed. that's why he's very -- he was very dubious about donald trump's thing tonight. he thinks it's more of a show, instead of a policy. he wants to hear about a policy. >> yeah. no, i think that's a great point and it's going to be interesting to see how much attention donald trump does get for hosting this event. at the exact same time as all this. that's the big story this morning. >> for the voters in iowa this the last chance to look at the republicans and as they go to the caucusing on monday night, will it weigh on them? we know that about -- up to a
third still haven't made up their mind. >> which is why they're ticked off that first chance to see the candidates on the stage and donald trump won't be there and he's leading in all the polls. >> that was chris stirewalt's point last night. this is a big thing for the people of iowa. >> chris is very, very smart when he agrees with me. meanwhile, to a fox news alert. a plane forced to turn around when passengers and crew start passing out. >> generally you want your crew conscious on a transatlantic flight. patricia stark has the details. >> reporter: yeah, 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 2 1/2 hours into the flight, a flight attendant suddenly collapsed. the plane turned around over iceland and headed back to london. one passenger says that the crew started asking if any doctors were on board. >> there was a lot of commotion and immediately they threw the
lights on. then maybe five minutes later they announced that seven of the 13 flight attendants on board had either passed outer were too sick to fulfill their duties. >> several ambulances met the plane after the emergency landing at heathrow airport. now, in addition to those seven attendants, at least three passengers also got sick. paramedics weren't allowed on board until air tests were done. now, all of them were later evacuated and evaluated on the tarmac and released. officials tested the cabin air and they checked the luggage, but they didn't find anything. an american airlines spokesman tells fox news that the plane is still being inspected. most passengers are already on their way to los angeles. and the airline is working to book flights for the rest. it's still not clear what caused the illness. a very creepy and odd situation. steve, brian and sandra?
>> nothing worse than turning around, we're going back to london. >> are they okay now? long term? >> i think so. >> patricia, thank you. it's 7:11 here in new york city. now we turn to heather with some news. >> who's always open. >> always open, just like 7-eleven. good morning. i hope you're off to a great day. oh, brian. got a couple of news headlines right now. three new arrests to tell you about overnight at the oregon wildlife refuge. the number stands at 11. this comes one day after a group leader ammon bundy was arrested during a traffic stop and a shoot-out with police. his group was armed with explosives and night vision goggles and they have occupied that refuge for nearly a month to protest federal land policy. bundy is urging the remaining protesters to give up and go home. the search is on for the person who is believed to have murdered an american nanny who was working in austria. 25-year-old lauren mann was found dead inside her apartment in vienna on tuesday after she
didn't show up for work. police say she may have been poisoned. officials are looking to question her male roommate who has not been since her death. five gang members facing charges in connection with the three california prisoners who broke out of jail last week. those three men, one an accused murderer, still on the run. the ringleader is believed to be jonathan tieu seen in the center. nobody noticed they were missing for 16 hours. a $200,000 reward is being offered. remember they compared one of them to hannibal lecter. >> scary. he was a cannibal. a shocking new trend turns deadly. the warning every parent needs to hear about straight ahead. and bernie sanders has a massive lead over hillary
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well, bernie sanders might be surging in the polls, but according to some d.c. insiders, that's the least of hillary clinton's worries. since july, the fbi has been investigating her use of a private e-mail server while she was secretary of state. and some are saying that the investigation will more likely end in an indictment. fox news senior judicial analyst judge napolitano is here this morning and he has all the very latest on this. you have been writing about this, judge. you have been so right on this all the way through. where are we now with this controversy? >> we are at a very, very sensitive point from mrs. clinton's point of view which means a grave legal situation. because the evidence of her failure to safe guard state secrets is well documented, well known and easy to demonstrate. her argument is, you know, i didn't know what i was doing, it wasn't marked classified when i
got it. >> you say that's a not valid. >> that is not a defense. because the charge of failure to keep national secrets safe doesn't require the government to prove intent. if you accidentally, if you forgetfully, if you inadvertently which she is saying is her case, inadvertent expose national secrets it's a crime. this is public, you can look it up on the internet, an e-mail she sent to one of her subordinates, that classified stuff, cut the marking off of it and cut and paste it and send it to me on the unsecured -- we don't know if that was done. only a criminal mind could do that. sending it on a nonsecured, nongovernment er is verb. we know from one of her subordinates revealed earlier this week that mrs. clinton and her aides regularly discussed
state secrets on their blackberries. if your blackberry is government issued and government secured not a problem, not a crime. mrs. clinton's was not government issued and not government secured. she had one of her aides buy it off the shelf. so the evidence of her guilt and the provability of her guilt is profound. the question is not will the fbi recommend an indictment it's clear they will. the question is what the justice department do with that recommendation? >> what is your prediction on that? >> i don't know. if the president really believes in the rule of law, if attorney general loretta lynch who had a stellar reputation here in new york city, believes in the rule of law they'll present the evidence against mrs. clinton to the grand jury and they'll indict her. but let's say they don't. let's say the president wants to protect her, and look, if her name were hillary rodham, instead of hillary rodham clinton she would have been
indicted months ago. you have serious law enforcement professionals willing to put their careers on the line. you may see resignations from the fbi and certainly will see more damning information about her showing up in the media. >> all right. so you say, judge, an indictment will come. >> a recommendation for an indictment will come. >> when should we expect that? >> we were told by director comey, fbi director comey, to expect it around january 15th. that was last week, but since then the fbi has expanded into the investigation into whether or not she did favors for the clinton foundation. >> just scary to think about the risk she took on, when you specifically talk about the specific access e-mails. it took multiple codes to even look. >> the fbi agents do not have the security clearance to allow them to read this thing. that's how sensitive it is. >> all right. >> her worst nightmare is not bernie sanders, it's the
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some quick headlines for you this morning. delaware's house of representatives will vote today on a bill to repeal the death penalty. supporters say it is bad policy that unfairly targets black people and the poor. the governor says he'll sign the bill if it passes. and mississippi's attorney general asking lawmakers to approve firing squads as a method of execution.
the state's lethal injection drug supply has run out. since european pharmaceutical companies are no longer making it. meanwhile with the chilly weekend ahead why not go to the movies to see the very latest things up on the big screen? >> right. they have heat. founder of nerdtears.com, kevin mccarthy. what should we see? >> yeah, good morning. "kung fu panda 3" is coming out this friday. this is massive, first two made over $1.2 billion worldwide combined. this time around, jack black's character meets his biological father played by cranston in the film. i spoke to jack black and brian
cranston about the film and i asked about dramatic entrances. a great scene in the film where they describe how you epically enter a room and what's a good dramatic entrance song if you want to look cool. check this out. >> what's the who song? kick it down -- >> yeah. ♪ ♪ meet the new boss >> exactly. perfect entrance. >> little dio could work. ♪ >> i sort of like the thunder struck route. >> ac/dc. >> that's one of the greatest riffs ever. >> just one -- i know it's a real sports song. but when you hear that, like i just want to -- i just want to enter. ♪ >> when we see you in a scene where you have all of the dumplings in your mouth -- ♪ -- when you have to voice that, do you put food in your mouth? >> it helps. yeah. but you can't -- you have to still be audible, you know? so --
yeah. i did, i shoved a bunch of food in my mouth. >> all i want to do is see bryan cranston deliver "breaking bad" dialogue with food in his life. >> you have not seen the movie yet. pandemonium will break out across the country. another movie out there this weekend, "the finest hours." you have seen this. >> yeah, an incredible story about a daring rescue by the coast guard back in 1952. two oil tankers were destroyed by a blizzard and the amazing rescue led by chris pines' character to save 32 men on a specific oil tanker and it's a phenomenal story. i think some of the storytelling could have been better. it's a little long at times. i will say that the choice of making it -- releasing it in 3-d was not a good choice because i feel like the movie is so dark that it makes it look murky. but overall the story line is
powerful. i just feel like some of the script choices could have been better. i gave it a 3 1/2 out of 5. chris pines is great and casey affleck is great. it's worth seeing on the big screen. skip the 3-d and maybe sure you see a matinee version. 3 1/2 out of a 5. >> do they use real ships or green screen, that do you think? >> well, it's kind of cool, brian. they have -- they actually build a half of the ships with big gimbals and they move them with actors on them. they have blue and green screens -- with the storms they have to create them with cgi and pour water on the actors but it longs realistic at times. some of the cgi looks a little fake sometimes, but you feel like you're on the water. it's heroic story. heroically done from story standpoint. >> i'm sick of the movies that are special effects. go for the "kung fu panda 3." the real movies.
>> absolutely. steve, you're a purist. >> thanks, kevin. >> steve, that's why i love you. >> thank you very much. >> have a nerd teary weekend. thank you for joining us. all right, straight ahead, a rare tornado tossing cars around in florida. hear from a guy who got caught in the middle of the twister in his truck, coming up. does your son or daughter need a little tough lovin'? >> yes. >> no more money. >> starting when? >> starting now. >> sorry. >> yeah, finance expert rachel cruze is here with the right way to cut them off, next. >> what if her dad had that conversation with her? i've got two reasons to take care of my heart.
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out of control. luckily, no one was hurt. and the next president here at home will not only win the election but also a brand-new car. take a look at this. it's a camouflaged cadillac limo. and it was just spotted on the road for the very first time undergoing secret testing. well, not anymore. because we have pictures of it. the specifics are closely held, but records show that general motors has been paid nearly $16 million to work on this 2017 model. it will likely make its debut at the inauguration. and those are your headlines. what do you think about that? >> i'm not sure if that blends in or stands out more. >> camo. >> thank you. >> i wonder how much those cars cost? about $1.5 million. do you know how many they buy? i always thought they had two or three. they have a dozen. >> wow. >> which is great. >> probably at a discount if you buy a dozen. >> absolutely. >> think about that. >> got to have a fakeout
vehicle. meanwhile, changing gears, for parents who have millennials still living at home or borrowing money, here's one way to put a stop to that. >> oh. >> you graduated from college two years ago, we have been supporting you for two years and that's enough. >> do you know how crazy the economy is right now? i mean, all my friends get help from their parents. >> no more money. >> starting when? >> starting now. >> all right. so you could do it that way. or you could follow these tips from personal finance expert with ramsey solutions, rachel cruze. all right, rachel. i don't know. so parents i think they're struggling with this, many parents struggling with this. the economy the way that it is. all right, what's your best tip to help out a parent with the kid still living at home? >> well, good morning, you guys. well, i would say my best tip is that you want to help your kids but don't harm them. so really the fact that they're moving back home, i wouldn't say
is that bad. it's just that they're staying so long. your safety net has become a hammock. so that ends up harming your children so it's okay to help them from the transition from college to the real world. but they need to leave the nest eventually. >> well, here's the thing. one of our kids is living with us right now because they have an entry level job, they graduated from college last year. we don't have any plans at this point for them to leave the house. we're okay with that. >> oh, steve, no, that's my next tip. you need to have very set, clear, expectations including a moveout date. figure out a date that they're moving out. figure out if they're going to help with household chores and get a job. all your expectations need to be indicated. >> i already had this conversation with my daughter and she'll be in eighth grade next year and she has to make that decision. >> at what age did your father, dave ramsey, kick me out of the house? >> well, they were generous
parents so after college -- actually, my brother and my sister i think moved home for a few months. i didn't. i went straight into the real world because i got married right after college. so, yeah, so it's a little different. but again it's not bad if they move in. just the fact that you need to let them eventually leave. because again, you want to help them, don't harm them. so set those expectations. >> make them uncomfortable. take the bed out. you know, turn their dresser the other way around. let them think it's better on your own. >> that's right. if they are there too long make it uncomfortable. if you're doing the laundry and giving them breakfast in bed, of course they'll stay. they don't want to leave. give them a taste of the real world. make them pay rent. you know, contribute to the household bills. all of those things. >> it's tough to really understand what a dollar is worth and how far it goes or doesn't go. teaching them money basics you say is a big deal. >> that's right. laying that financial foundation
is key. teaching them how to budget. they need to do that every month. even how to reconcile their checking account. so many young adult don't know how to do that. you're going to love them well. >> rachel cruze whose brother was on the gravy train for a while back at the dave ramsey house, but she never was, rachel, thank you so much for joining us. good advice. >> thanks, you guys. >> she grew up too quick. >> she turned out okay. all right, meanwhile, a father confiscates his daughter's cell phone as punishment. well, then the cops showed up to place the father under arrest. >> wow. >> wait until you hear this. and it came out of nowhere. a rare tornado wreaking havoc in south florida, snapping trees, flipping cars. meet the man who survived in the center of the storm, trapped in his work truck. he joins us live next. rand paul returns. he was cut from the last
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good morning, everybody. well, some headlines now. a dad under arrest for taking way his daughter's cell phone. ronald jackson took the phone from his 12-year-old daughter after seeing an inappropriate text. but his ex-wife reported him to the cops. >> while would you field to arrest somebody for something like that? aren't there bigger crimes in the scene to take care of? >> a grand jury acquitted jackson of all charges. and a teenager under fire for creating a gofundme page to buy a car. the girl's asking for $3,500. one man told her he knew of a place that would donate $400 a week if she worked a few hours.
not understanding the sarcasm, she asked, what's the place? he told her, get a job. like that, brian? >> i loved it. all right. let's change gears a little bit. you know extreme weather is slamming florida and a tornado touched down three times with winds reaching over 100 miles per hour. not a good time to be a tree. cars piled up on top of each other. trucks flipped over. witnesses couldn't believe their eyes. our next guest, chip grunfelder was praising himself for impact, doing some paperwork in the front seat of the car. when the rain started coming down. chip, why don't you pick it up from there? thanks so much for joining us this morning. >> thank you, brian. glad to be here. >> so you --
>> so this is -- go ahead. >> i'm saying, you're sitting there, you had no idea this was coming an then the rain starts coming and then what happened? >> like i said before, i was sitting there doing my paperwork waiting for the other technician to arrive, so we could go into the bake house that we service all the commercial equipment there. one second it was normal rain and then the next thing you know, it got so unbearable, i rolled up the windows after this. it was total mayhem. branches were flying everywhere. dumpsters were flying past me. >> dumpsters? >> trees were snapping -- dumpster flew out of the chute and just flew right past me into the adjacent building next door. it was just total chaos. i mean, you couldn't even see anything. it just got real dark. all you could see was like a wall of debris. i mean, just debris, debris, debris. everything, leaves, branches were smacking up against the truck. i mean, i was just constantly holding on to the steering
wheel, thinking that the truck was going to blow over because i -- the windows were just vibrating in and out. >> did the truck move? >> i don't know how much it moved. i mean, i didn't really inspect it after the storm let up and everything. but felt like forever. but i got out and i walked over to the building where this all happened, to see behind the building because there was debris i couldn't move the truck right away. once i was able to move the truck closer to the back of the building i was able to see some more significant damage that was done. >> so you lived in the area for the last 11 years. you hear about how radical florida weather can be. is this the first thing like that you have ever experienced? >> i have been living in florida for almost 23 years and i have to say, i have been through a couple of hurricane since i have been here. nothing compared to this. it's just so unexpected.
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good morning, everyone. it is thursday, january 28, 2016. i'm sandra smith. the stage is set for tonight's republican debate in iowa. but the front-runner will not be there. >> we're going to go on forever with these debates. at some point you have to start doing other things other than debating. >> oh, trump will explain why. >> so which candidate will step out of trump's shadow? will ted cruz or rubio or christie seal the deal? we are live in iowa to analyze. and after four little girls this dad is ready for a change. >> i love this. >> it's a boy! >> oh. dad is a little happier, or intimidated, i'm not sure. this video is going viral. it's a boy. now the hard part starts. wait, dad. mornings are better with friends.
and live in studio "e" as in election, it's all about the election today, but brian, this hour is very special. since we have sandra smith with us today. >> thanks. >> want me to touch her shoulder? >> yeah, it's a healing -- >> it's another human change. coming up, find her go to recipe, "cooking with friends." you're hauling in your husband. >> oh, i don't know if that's any upside to this. >> you say he's a better cook? >> i love my husband, but wow. yeah, we're cooking live on the set. it's one of our favorite recipes so i'll let him do all the work as he normally does at home anyways. >> is he a better cook? >> he's an amazing cook. >> she married wolfgang puck, who knew? tonight's fox news gop debate in iowa -- at stake, everything. >> it's the last debate before the crucial iowa caucus.
what can we expect tonight? >> john roberts is live in des moines, iowa, wondering why the first in the nation caucuses are not in florida where it's warmer. nonetheless, he's a good sport. >> you like chilly. >> i'm thinking hawaii would be a great state. spend a month there over the winter time. hey, the great will he, won't he guessing game continues. will donald trump in fact stay away from tonight's debate or will he at the last moment come from a helicopter up to the debate stage, we don't know. we have 13 hours to find that question out. trump though last week, looking at the iowa caucuses, in gilbert, south carolina, at which he received the endorsement of the state's lieutenant governor. before that event, trump sat down with our bill o'reilly to air out his feud with fox news. watch this exchange. >> i think you should forgive not only journalists who come at you in ways you don't like, but i think you should be the bigger
man and say, you know what? i didn't like it, and you should make that case all day long. but i'm not going to take any action against it. you know, don't you think that's the right thing to do? >> it probably is, but you know it's called an eye for an eye also i guess you could look at it that way. >> no no no. that's old testament. no no no. >> you -- >> if you're the christian the eye for the eye rule goes out. here's what it is. turning the other cheek. >> bill, can -- >> right here. >> you're taking this much more seriously than i am. >> who is? >> i'm going to have a wonderful time at 9:00 at drake university. >> meantime, out on the cam train trail here in iowa, ted cruz continues to taunt trump with the offer of a one-on-one debate even saying last night he would donate $1.5 million to veterans and wounded warriors if trump will meet him face to face. ted cruz is hoping to convince
that he doesn't have conservative values. >> when have you defended religious liberty or when have you stood up and put action to what you claim to believe? >> watch for cruz to continue that line of attack tonight, perhaps unanswered if trump doesn't show up. but if trump doesn't show up, that means cruz will be center stage and guess who's gunning for cruz? marco rubio who appears in the latest "wall street journal" poll to be experiencing a last minute surge here in iowa. he wants to score some big points tonight. >> all right, john roberts, thank you. john mentioned the brand-new "wall street journal"/nbc news poll, so take a look. okay. donald trump is leading in the first three states. in the state of iowa, he is leading ted cruz by seven. in new hampshire he's leading ted cruz by 19.
and in south carolina, donald trump is leading ted cruz by 16 points as you can see. donald trump right now on cruise control. >> one thing you will see in the nbc poll is that marco rubio is at 18%. you have ted cruz at 23%. and nine point advantage for donald trump. very similar to the distance that the fox news poll out. it's harder and harder to do it and plus, trump more than sand -- and sanders are depending on two things -- new voters to go out and go to the caucus. if they decide to stay home and steve, you were saying it's not -- it's going to be very cold on monday. >> a storm is coming. >> the theory is that trump will be hurt the most. >> so trump is taking a bigger lead over cruz, but the two basically neck and neck, and the fact that donald trump won't be participating in it. >> there you go. the gold standard is the des
moines register poll. they have been looking at caucuses for decades. it comes out i believe 6:30 on saturday night. so on the eve of the actual caucusing, the des moines register going to tell the people of iowa who the people at that point like. >> they did endorse rubio. >> sure, exactly. the editorial page did. we understand donald trump is going to have that event at 8:00 tonight. >> in iowa. >> at drake university, special benefit for the vets. and trump just tweeted out in the last hour, two candidates have called him to go to his event, which is interesting. you have to figure those are two people who are on the undercard event that -- >> although he didn't say, he didn't name names but we do want to know what do you want to hear from those candidates tonight? obviously, national security, foreign policy has been big -- >> ethanol. >> and when it comes to aye things might be different. the economy surely number one for a lot of folks there.
but what do you want to hear from those candidates? we have been asking on facebook. >> here is an e-mail, moderators need to avoid the personal question, stick to policy and hold them to the specific questions versus giving a campaign speech. >> adele says respectable, addressing the issues. not beating each other up. >> and shep e-mails us, answers with substance. we do not care what you did as governor or senator. what are you going to do as president? keep them coming. e-mail us at email@example.com or tweet us or facebook. >> shep will be on later on in the day at 3:00. >> that's right. >> i say this, i like the personal interaction. i have no interest in silos. i want to see christie and rubio. don't have to say -- look at you and get personal. but i want to know the difference. that's the whole point of the debate. >> i think there's what they were asking about. super personal questions rather than the big issues.
are you interested in the personal stuff or want the big issues? let us know. meanwhile, on the democrat side, it's no secret. the dnc has been effectively doing something that some of -- some have characterized as hide hillary.f the six debates sanctioned by the dnc at times when nobody really saw them. well, bernie sanders is now surging. yesterday her campaign said, hey, how about one more before new hampshire? and then sanders camp came out, sure, how about not one, but two? >> three. >> let's make it three. >> let's have them on important days when everybody can actually sit down at home and watch them. not friday, saturday or a holiday. >> so bernie sanders went to the white house. i think the president wants to make sure everybody knows he's not picking sides even though hillary clinton said he basically endorsed me. look at the distances between bernie sanders, 74 years old independent, who's caucusing
with democrats. 56% to 34%. now, we know vermont is close to new hampshire. we get that. but no one expected that type of distance. especially after his famous no one cares about the damn e-mails. he's got a huge decision to make. does he go after her personally now or does he continue just to try to get momentum? he's nowhere in the south. he gets -- hillary clinton has 74% of the african-american vote in the south. >> in south carolina, hillary is at 64% and bernie sanders is at 27%. so she could lose the first t two -- rather win the first two, who knows what is going to happen with the first two. but ultimately because it's so close at this point, the third one, she's going to just clobber him. >> and bernie sanders might not even be her worst nightmare. according to judge napolitano he was on earlier on "fox & friends" saying that the fbi is her worst nightmare. listen. >> we are at a very, very sensitive point from mrs. clinton's point of view, which
means a grave legal situation. an e-mail she went one of her subordinates, that classified stuff, take the marking off it, and cut and paste it and send it to me on my nonsecured server. only a criminal mind should suggest such a thing. sending them on the nonsecured, nongovernment server. her worst nightmare is not bernie sanders, it's the professionals in the fbi. >> i think the judge should make a citizen's arrest. come with me. >> he feels strongly about it. but what's telling i think i read it in the "wall street journal" a couple of days ago, you can tell where the department of justice going on this, because there's no grand jury yet. i mean, if she's going to be indicted got to be a grand jury generally. that's not the case. so politics, maybe. >> and you walk steve walk around with "the wall street
journal" in his hands -- >> i get it on the phone. >> as long as he doesn't walk ott of the bathroom with it. >> good morning to you. i hope you're off to the great day. ten minutes after the hour. go home. that's what ammon bundy is telling the rest of the ranchers who took over the oregon wildlife refuge. three more ranchers are in federal custody today. there are a total of 11 who were arrested. bundy was arrested with 11 others. they have occupied that refuge for nearly a month now to protest federal land policy. five people under arrest this morning in the california jailbreak. none of them though are the inmates who escaped from prison. the five who were arrested are gang members. the sheriff is not saying how the five are connected to the inmates but it's believed that those inmates had outside help in breaking free because they would have needed powerful cutting tools and those tools would not have been available inside jail presumably. on friday they cut through steel bars and rappelled down if roof using bed sheets that case in
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guardrail before his truck came to a stop. the drivers how amazing are they? they stopped their car to help that truck driver. that driver is alive, thanks to the help of all of those good folks in pennsylvania. way to go. >> yeah. >> instead of driving by they jumped in. >> thank you. we have been talking about this all morning, donald trump says he's a no show for tonight's fox news debate. will that hurt him or help him in some way? a fair and balanced debate next. don't rule out a change of heart and have you seen this video? a hockey player takes out a ref on the ice. was this a cheap shot or a flatout accident? the instant replay ahead in an instant. estments through good times and bad. for over 75 years, our clients have relied on us to bring our best thinking to their investments so in a variety of market conditions... you can feel confident... ...in our experience. call a t. rowe price retirement specialist or your advisor
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we're just hours away in the last gop presidential debate before the iowa caucuses. so what should we expect to hear from these candidates tonight? and how will trump's no show affect the outcome? for a fair and balanced debate we have lisa boothe, founder and founder of high noon strategies and terren rosen krantz, democratic strategist. good morning to both of you.
>> good morning. >> thanks for being here. set the stage for us tonight. i'll start with you first, lisa. who's going to make the most out of tonight? >> i think it's up to senator ted cruz and marco rubio but you have an opportunity for governor john kasich to step in and chris christie to step in. the reality is yes, aye is important, but the name of the game is there are 2,740 delegates to the convention. a candidate needs to win 1,236 of those and iowa only represents about 1% of delegates. so you have to look at a state like new hampshire which is also coming up. john kasich has been moving up in the polls in new hampshire. so this is an opportunity without someone like donald trump who sucks up a lot of the oxygen to have someone like john kasich or chris christie step in and generate some headlines and some attention. >> lisa mentions chris christie. you think this could be a big moment for christie without donald trump up there on that stage. >> yeah, they need a game changing moment. they want to break out of the pack and not be as faceless as
they're becoming they have to make tonight be that moment where they're not being react e reactive. but instead getting their own message out. >> all right. so lisa, what is the strategy going to be? you could pick a candidate or you can say in general, but are they going to go on the attack against donald trump while he's not there or will they seize the moment? one in which they will not have to answer to donald trump and they might even be getting a little bit more time. so what's the strategy going to be? >> i think they'll attack donald trump because he's leading in the polls in aye and new hampshire and south carolina and this is an opportunity for the attacks to go unanswered. we are talking about donald trump because he's so good at generating headlines but he hasn't won an election yet and the big knock against donald trump is a lot of his support comes from first time
caucusgoers so the big question is can he turn those people out? 33% of iowa caucusgoers are still undecided so this is an opportunity for them to define him tonight. >> that's a stat from the latest poll, 30% of iowa caucusgoers undecided. who will walk away a big winner tonight? >> i think trump will be the winner whether he shows up noor not. >> in the sense he's got everybody talking about him. >> it will be a big night. we'll be watching. thank you to you both. well, when we come back, the world famous singer who's already suffered so many set backs sees his home burn to the ground. and looking for a new car or truck? then keep it right here. we have four vehicles you should definitely take a look at. maybe even take a test drive in, next. want to get their hands on. if they could ever catch you.
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and trucks driven off the lots so which models sold the most? this guy knows. he's the editor and chief of "motor trend" magazine. the number one pickup, the ford f-150. this is a butte. >> it is fully loaded. again, ford f-150s, best selling vehicle for like the last 35 years. this is -- this model represents 780,000 trucks sold. >> look at how pretty this is inside. >> tons of technology in this vehicle. got a lot of exclusive features. >> built in kansas city, missouri. >> and dearborn. >> and take a look. the back seat. see, you have a family. you can put them in here. >> you can put them in here. there's electronics. 360 degree camera system. >> right. >> tons of work features. >> look at the trunk. look at this bed as well. i love the gizmo attachment areas. going to come in handy when i was driving a pickup back in
kansas. >> whatever you like you can carry in this. aluminum body. >> let's talk about the prius, the number one hybrid in america. >> this is the all new brprius, gets crazy gas mileage. 51 gallons in the city. it has a lot of the new adaptive features. it lets you know if you're about to accelerate. want get in here? >> no, let ted take an eyeball. how much? >> around $30,000. >> earlier in the tease, i actually started this new camaro. and it kind of scared me. >> yep. that's because it's got 455 horsepower. this is the motor trend 2016 car of the year. it's beautiful, fully loaded. runs about $46,000. amazing to drive. >> all right. but it's got so much power. >> so much power.
>> how fast would this thing go? >> you know, depends -- zero to 60, about four seconds. >> four seconds. it kind of scared me when i hit the gas. finally, the number one suv in the country for ten years, it's the honda crv. >> this sold about 335,000 vehicles in 2015. has amazing safety features. has the honda sensing, adaptive cruise control. great for small families, great in the snow. >> it is surprising though, ten years running this is the number one car. >> yeah. also made in the usa. east liberty, ohio. >> fantastic. a nice car. and ed lowe from motor trend, thank you very much for hauling in all the cars. cool stuff. all right, coming up on this thursday, imagine boarding a plane, taking off and your fellow passengers and crew, well, they start dropping out. they were passing out. details on a medical mystery at
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>> it's a crazy story. patricia stark is here with the latest details on this. patricia, everybody is wondering what the heck happened. >> reporter: i know, the scariest part of the tistory it been nearly 24 hours after they landed and it's not clear how they got sick. the american airlines flight with 188 people on board was headed from london to los angeles. a flight attendant suddenly collapsed about 2 1/2 hours into the trip. the plane turned around over iceland and headed back to london. one passenger says the crew started asking if any doctors were on board. >> there was a lot of commotion and they immediately threw the lights on and announced that seven of the flight attendants on board had passed out were too sick to fulfill their duties. >> reporter: several ambulances met the plane after the emergency landing at heathrow airport. now, in addition to those seven attendants, at least three passengers also fell ill.
people weren't allowed off the plane until air tests were done. everyone was evaluated on the tarmac and is doing okay right now. officials tested the cabin area and checked the luggage, but didn't find anything. aviation expert say it may have been caused by the fumes from the kitchen or cleaning chemicals. the plane is still being inspected. now, most passengers are already back in l.a. and the rest are expected to be flown back today. i would have been like get me off this plane now. brian and steve and sandra. >> that's right. i'll take the bus from england. wow, thank you very much. >> that is disturbing. >> a lot more going on. a lot of women are paying attention to the zika virus. just moments ago the w.h.o. wrapped up an emergency meeting on the virus. they estimate three to four million cases worldwide will be
diagnosed. at least six cases have been confirmed right here in the united states. that virus is so dangerous because it can cause major brain defects to unborn babies. our own dr. siegel says that the risk of contraction is small, but still be concerned about it if you're traveling. listen to this. >> i think if you actually travel to the caribbean and you're pregnant, the chance of getting this is very small. it's a small number, 3,000 cases. i wouldn't do it unless you have to. >> a vaccine for the virus can take a decade. today marks a somber anniversary for nasa. wow. so many years later it's hard to see today. it was 30 years ago today that the space shuttle "challenger"
exploded after takeoff. millions of americans saw that horrific event on live television. all seven crew members were killed. a memorial is being held this morning at kennedy space center in cape canaveral. could this hockey player face penalties for cross checking a ref? check out dennis wiedman, that's his name. he hits the ref who had his back to wiedman as he goes to the bench. well, the ref was slow to get up but is doing okay. here's what happened just before that. wiedman took a hard hit and said he was feeling woozy. he didn't see the ref, saying that the hit was not intentional. there was no penalty on the play, it's not clear if the nhl will discipline him. but they'll be reviewing this tape a lot. ouch. wow. >> every time -- >> hold on guys, one more story. you'll want to hear this story. there is a dad outnumbered in his house by five girls. he now gets a surprise of a lifetime. watch this. >> it's a boy!
[ laughter ] >> what i love about this, he's such a big guy and he faints. he just looks so masculine and he goes right down. this happened a at a gender reveal party. that's when you figure out the six of the baby, supposed to be a surprise. he learned his wife is expecting a son. the newest addition is due in june. he had all the girls and now dad gets a little boy. boys are the best, i think. >> you never heard of a gender reveal party. >> neither have i. >> they have a cake and it's either pink or blue. that's the big reveal. >> so they have a neutral frosting over a blue cake or a pink cake? >> it's -- the cake is white or chocolate, you cut it open and reveal the gender of the baby. >> was this invented by betty crocker? who knew?
>> it's fun stuff. congratulations to that guy. from an extreme reaction to extreme weather. >> the tornado right now. oh, whoa. >> a rare tornado wreaking havoc in florida. in january. the ef-1 twister ripped through broward county and tore roofs off of homes. >> it brought 100 miles an hour winds and tossing cars along the turnpike. students at the university held the rain pulling down before suddenly seeing cars piling on top of each other. >> you know, earlier, i'm bragging. i talked to chip gruntfelder. he was in the middle of it. he was doing some paperwork in the front seat of his car when the tornado hit. here's how he described it. >> it was just total chaos. i mean, you couldn't see anything. it just got real dark and all you could see was a wall of debris.
i mean, it just -- the debris, debris, debris. everything, leave, branches were smacking up against the truck. >> he said he's still reliving it over and over again. >> wow. you can't believe it until you see it. only one person was actually hurt in all of that. our very own maria molina went to high school not far from where this tornado actually touched down. >> that's right. my parents still live in broward county. incredible stuff they came so close to that tornado. it did not impact their particular neighborhood. it was several miles away. but nonetheless, pretty scary stuff when you have the reports of damage out there from south florida. there's a threat for more severe weather today, but i want to mention some other systems across the country because they're also causing some significant impacts. especially out west from washington down into northern california. you're look at the ris debut looking at the risk of some flooding. lingering snow showers across the great lakes and then head to south florida. still heavy rain, we have a flood watch in effect because the ground is saturated from
yesterday's rain. watch out for that. and also the risk for some additional severe weather as we head into this afternoon with isolated tornadoes possible. quick look at your current temperatures, currently 33 degrees right here in new york city. it's chilly outside. but as you head farther west, not bad in the plains. temperatures in the 30s. look at where they head this afternoon, 60s and 70s in oklahoma and texas. very mild out there. let's head back inside. >> thank you very much. a weird winter down in florida already. coming up, a new plan to keep the terrorists locked up at gitmo can throw a wrench into the president's plans. a former soldier who worked at gitmo weighs in next. she's been bringing you the news all morning long, now she's bringing you the chili and the secret ingredient. >> her husband? >> it is that. and a little bit of beer. sandra and her husband drinking for us and cooking for you. i'd like to make a dep--
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all right. president obama's plan to empty gitmo before the end of his presidency may have hit a roadblock. four republican senators are worried that certain countries cannot handle the prisoners, want to cut off foreign aid if they escape their host country and return to terrorism. essentially make them accountable. is this a good plan? and can it work? will the president cooperate? here to talk about it is a former medic at gitmo itself and author of "saving grace at guantanamo bay" major montgomery grandeur. first off, your reaction to we're under now to go to a country like ghana.
>> yeah, it's incredible. but i want to say that these senators are heroes. i'd like to challenge my new york state senators, kirstin gillibrand and chuck schumer and lee zeldin to support this legislation. these guys are the worst of the worst. when they got to gitmo, they were taken off the battlefield. they have dod dockets pages long and 30% of released detainees are known or suspected to have already returned to the battlefield. but even more important, brian, what about the 70% we don't know about? where are they? >> but the thing is they -- they want to return to the action, onsidered bush years. more likely to go back. now these guys are the worst of the worst that's why they're still there. so it's more likely -- and the senators are kurt blunt, lankford and danes and said we want to fine the countries if
they get back. the problem is we're paying the countries to take them. and they're doing us a favor by doing it. we're bribing them essentially to take them in, like oman. >> yeah, doesn't make any sense. it's really ridiculous to assume that just because you release these guys to custody somewhere that they're not going to return to the fight. we have seen them return. not only to the battle but leading others. >> you said that when they got there, they were all clean shaven. now the way they let their hair grow out, they don't look the same anymore. >> gitmo has been turned into a muslim resort. they are given prayer beads, rugs. >> computers. >> the use of the united states military muslim chaplain. hala meals. >> you'll look at the descriptions, the admitted member of the taliban. he threatened to cut the throats of americans upon his release.
there's no indication that he has reformed his ways. he's been transferred out of gitmo. the latest -- actually a couple of weeks ago. khalid mohammed is a lead al dhuby. he's probably engaged in hostile activities. he's release now in 2016. these are just two of the guys. >> yeah, really unbelievable. to have them look at you in the eye, some of them actually looked like they could rip your head off. these guys wouldn't think twice about killing you or me or anybody else they meet. >> but the president says, gitmo is a motivation for enemy. it's a recruitment tool. do you buy that? >> every time he says that, he never backs it up. that's nothing to that statement. in fact the biggest recruitment tool they have is 9/11. >> that's true. by the way, the latest isis magazine came out. not a mention of gitmo, there was a mention of shiia and sunni
and us. but not gitmo. thanks so much, major. great to see you. 14 minutes now before the top of the hour. coming up, she's been bringing you the news all morning long. she goes by the name sandra. now she's bringing you chili she claims she has a secret ingredient if we promise not to tell anyone. it's beer. sandra and her husband are "cooking with friends." but first, let's check in with bill hemmer who is in iowa, and he'll tell us what he's on his show. >> we're waiting for you. the mayor has called already, brian. >> already? >> yeah, he's anticipating this. >> i'm sorry to -- >> it's okay, we're ten hours away though. you still have time, brian. debate number one, 7:00 eastern time tonight. crunch time, where we stand at this hour, how the last minute shuffle will affect the debate later tonight. karl rove, joe trippi and we'll
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tiny babies at home. my husband does like 90% of the cooking. >> at way to go, john. >> i'm a lucky girl. he's an amazing cook. we're making what, what are we calling this? >> normally pheasant stew, but we're using chicken today. >> why? hard to find pheasant here? >> well, if you have a great dog, but it's short notice. >> i act like i have something to do with this. but this is usually me in the kitchen. go ahead. >> so for super bowl sunday, a couple of different ways you can do this. you can do it all from scratch or when we don't have much time, we cheat and use a rotisserie chicken. >> oh, like rachael ray. short cuts. >> exactly. put this all together real quick. bacon rendered off here. >> in a dutch oven, cast iron. >> he starts with bacon. >> seriously. >> beer and salsa. nachos in a pot, basically. >> you said you had this over the weekend. is this what the kids get? >> they actually ate something. >> spaghetti bolognese. >> so you know now he's a great cook. how did you meet? >> as he's adding onions --
>> and the recipe is on foxandfriends.com. >> i was a trader before i was in television. >> a trader. >> a trader. we met at a trading firm in chicago. i came from a family of traders and my husband was as well. we met there. in order to see my husband, i work so much he has to come to the set. >> what was it about the way she traded that turned you on? [ laughter ] >> actually, i had already kind of -- the first glance it was one of those things. >> really? >> walked into the office. i started to ignore her immediately. >> oh, okay. that's the way you do it. like a fourth grader. >> how long was she there before you had a conversation with her? >> i had given notice. i had two weeks to work. >> really? >> this is a cooking segment. let's get back to the cooking here. >> brussels sprouts -- >> and this is a little chicken stock. pop that in there. it's normally -- >> there's a kick to this by the way. so these are jalapeno peppers
that have been -- >> de-seeded. make sure you wash your hands. >> this has never been done before. >> a trading chef by the way. >> and an artist by the way. very fancy. >> mix that all up. how long, john, do you cook it? >> the longer the better. bring it to the boil. bring it down to the simmer. let it go all day. and eat it all day. >> some people don't add the beans, right? >> some don't. >> you do. >> and they do it -- >> then you kind of mash it over time. add lime, salt, pepper. that kind of stuff. end up with something like that. >> it's beautiful. look -- you're spilling. >> he's not -- it got too liquidy. >> let's dish this up. this is the part i can do. so let me dish some of this up. because the actual presentation is key, people. all right, i'm doing that, and john, correct me if i'm wrong, but we're going to add a couple of avocados.
>> she doesn't mean that. don't ever correct her when she's wrong. >> anyone like a little sour cream. a little dollop will do ya. >> i know you'll have this. this is the most important part. take the prettiest chips that your bag has and kind of decorate -- >> the best triangles. >> look at you. >> hand squeezed. >> voila. >> but that's one of the chips, you dump all the chips out on the table, take the little bits out and crush them up and use that as the thickener. >> see, i'm good at this part. i can dish up what he does. >> i like the bow tie. is that for us or is that every day? >> no, not every day. >> he's a big bow tie guy. >> all right. i have to wrap it up. >> i like the chili, with the white beans. >> john, thank you. >> no problem. >> what are you making tonight by the way? >> what? nothing. >> reservations. find out. >> more "fox & friends" in a moment. >> this is good. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
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♪ ♪ my little girl well, congratulations to our lighting and studio operations manager anthony rivelli and his wife maria who welcomed a new baby girl into the family. marie antoinette is 22 inches long, a tall drink of water like her dad. she joins big brother sal. >> beautiful. >> she's already going to be drafting this year's fantasy football team. >> by the way, yesterday, things got out of hand because we had a couple of the muppets here. at the end of the program i wanted to say happy birthday heather nauert. >> thank you! >> happy birthday.
>> thanks, guys. >> instead of a cake, we got you some chili. >> wow. the only thing that would make this better is pheasant chili. >> there you go. there you go. >> nothing is better than pheasant chili. >> you know the best time to have a beer is? on the internet in five seconds. >> oh, my goodness. >> happy birthday, heather. bill: it's 8:00 in the morning in des moines, 9:00 in new york. it's debate night on the fox news channel. the stakes could not be higher for the republican presidential candidates. apparently there are a lot of the late deciders. 40%. i'm bill hemmer. how you doing? martha: it's great to be here in des moines. the frontrunner mr. donald trump opting out of the event