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♪>> good morning. you are watching "fox & friends first" on this thursday morning. we are not trouble here. i am heather nauert. good to see you. >> i am heather childers. will thank you for starting your day with us. the fox news polls showing donald trump dominating in marco rubio's home state of florida by more than 20 points. >> john kasich taking 20 points in ohio for the first time. the primary let's than a week away. >> john roberts live on the campaign trail with the latest. >> at the university of miami. good morning to you. interesting to take a look at the polls particularly for marco rubio in florida.
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donald trump looking to mortally wound his enemies in the primaries. if he wins florida that could be the end of marco rubio. the trump campaign told me that already they are getting inquiries for people on rubio's side asking if there is room for them. fayetteville north carolina trump addressing the controversy erupted over him asking people to raise their hands and mrnlg that they will vote for him. i said, if you really love trump raise your right hand. the next day on the today show they said it reminded me of hitler. you want to do it? do you pledge on tuesday you will go and we will make america great again and you will vote
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for donald trump? >> sounded like a resounding yes there. do or die week for marco rubio he will keep going if he loses florida. it's impossible to see how he could possibly do that. he is getting inquiries from people's rubio camp they don't know if there is any room for them in the trump campaign. good turnout for marco rubio in the football stadium, less than full. marco rubio said he regretted the attacks he did on trump. >> i would do it differently. my kids were embarrassed by it, i didn't like it. that's not who i am. that's not what my campaign is going to be about. >> you regret that? >> i do. >> rubio certainly could turn things around with a big win here in florida on tuesday.
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when you get more and more is his is a campaign that is quickly losing air. bad news for him. >> john roberts live for us, thank you. meantime democrats bringing the heat on the debate stage. facing off as clinton faces a brand new lawsuit of her e-mail scandal. peter doocy following the latest developments for us live from washington this morning. good morning, peter. >> good morning. there has been so much talk about hillary clinton's e-mails. if any one wants to see what her text messages look like as secretary of state, now the rnc is suing seeing her blackberry texts and messenger records in addition e-mails from her top aids. this is something clinton has not been able to shake this
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cycle. >> i am not concerned about it. i am not worried about it. no democrats or americans should be either. >> oh for goodness -- that's not going to happen. i am not answering that question. >> clinton's competition for the democratic nomination bernie sanders continues to hammer her for not releasing transcripts of paid speeches to big banks. it may not have been consistent with the public as primary season wears on. >> the speech must have been an extraordinarily wonderful speech. >> to think that a speech so great that you got paid so much money for you would like to share it with the american people. >> that argument about money influencing this race is an important one since dozens of democratic super delegates are
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lobbyists according to an abc report. those super delegates can bring a win for clinton if she keeps dropping the key states like michigan. >> peter doocy in washington. thank you. a fox news alert. breaking overnight five people shot and killed in an ambush style attack and gunfire in wilkinsburg, pennsylvania just outside of pittsburgh. right now police are hunting for at least two gunmen. neighbors say they heard 25 shots before 11:00 p.m. there was a backyard party going on at the house. four men and one women are now dead. three others are hospitalized. we will keep you posted on the manhunt. >> the former marine charged with shooting an idaho pastor claims martians control the earth. a manifesto belonging to kyle andrew owed dem says congress members are from mars and the
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pastor he allegedly shot. he was able to fly to washington, d.c. despite the murder. he was arrested after throwing flash drive and other items over the white house pens. the pastorally the way will survive. >> a federal jury finding tie rod pew guilty of attempting a terrorist act. he carried isis propaganda. he is facing 35 years in prison. >> the testing on the knife that was reported ry found buried on o.j. simpson's property could take up to three weeks. a law enforcement official says it is unlikely that blade was used to kill nicole brown simpson and ronald goldman.
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it is too s make those wounds. he was accused of the murders but later acquitted of charges. the murder weapon was never found. to weather now. torrential downpours leaving millions at risk of flooding from the gulf coast to southern illinois. a state of emergency where three people are now dead and 3500 homes had to be evacuated. >> similar scene in texas where rising waters are flooding out homes and making a mess on the roads. >> we have this slow moving storm system. it has been bringing in rain further north of that.
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you have the threat for damaging winds and large hail and isolated tornadoes through out the day today. that will be something to watch out for in addition to the flood threat. the rainfall still expected to come. this is on top of what you have already received out here. the ground sat vated for many of you. you are still looking at an additional 6 inches of rain potentially higher amounts out there across parts of louisiana and southwestern mississippi. this is a dangerous situation going on through eastern texas into parts of washington, d.c. we have more that is still in effect right now. temperature wise ahead of this storm system it will stay heiled out the -- mild out there. in atlanta and also raleigh, north carolina. we will check back with you.
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thanks. president obama will have to -- attorney loretta lynch says no detainees will allow detainees into the u.s. unless the president allows it, tens of thousands expected to pay their respects to nancy reagan this week. her body was moveded to a public viewing area at the reagan library. another will be held today. she will be buried in ex to her husband in sem my valley, california place they loved so much. the time is 9 minutes to the top of the hour.
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almost 10 s. invasion of privacy. how drones are spying on you. >> at first flint now a new water crisis hitting america and it is hitting us hard. 30 schools have a water ban over led. >> this guy who went viral for having a hot mug shot. well, he just got out of jail. the lexus command performance sales event is on. with extraordinary offers on the visionary ls, the generously appointed es and the new, eight-passenger lx. ♪ this is the pursuit of perfection. then your eyes may see it, differently.ave allergies. only flonase is approved to relieve both your itchy, watery eyes and congestion.
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application form are questionnaires for each would be terrorists. german officials didn't say how they reobtained these document oos. >> learning about the dangers of white privilege. brandt new documents released with the freedom of information act show soldiers at fort gordon georgia went to a presentation that was called power and privilege. they say it is white, male and heterosexual. >> brand new crisis to tell you about this morning. this time in the state of new jersey. dozens of schools are forced to ban tap water as a result of lead. wnyw reporter is live for us in newark, new jersey this morning with a look at the problem. what is going on? >> you can only image how concerned parents are here.
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they were just told about it yesterday. the bottom line the water here in the city of newark, it is safe in the state's largest school district. they have turned off all of the water fountains and sinks. they are not able to use the water in over half of the public schools. there were unusually hey lead levels found in them. some of the levels found to be astronomically high. they said you have to shut everything down. not only that because of what is happening specifically with flint, michigan, a lot of parents are concerned.
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>> when you hear something like that going on in your own neighborhood obviously you are concerned. not only am i concerned about the water in the school i am concerned about what i drink in my own home. >> the levels should be tested every six months. this is incred before i important for everybody listening. the issue contains to the school. it is not affect th the city, but they are going to do testing around the city to make sure that it stays that way. >> take a look at this. the brand new video showing the exact moments seattle businesses are reduced to rubble. a bright light flash caused by a natural gas explosion was captured a nearby restaurant. the blast damaged nearly 40
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businesses, sent nine firefighters to the hop. all have been released, though. the damage is estimated at more than $3 million. if you thought that was something a massive billboard collapsing on the busy road in mexico. >> you heard the onlookers screaming there giant signs swaying and topples over. two-cars completely flattened. >> there's a popular one that has been recalled because it has broken class in the bottle. >> good morning, next time you enjoy a cool beer be careful what is inside. recalling 12-18 because the
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glass bottles may have chards of glass found in a routine plant inspepgs. they are introducing a bill in congress to see why they are charging so much for passengers to check their bags and change their itineraries. they are stopping charging fees unreasonable to the flier or disproportionate to the carrier. if you bought olive oil recently. price is up 20 percent last year because of hot and dry weather and a disease effecting olive trees in italy. they have more restaurants in north carolina and oklahoma. it is set to launch humans into says in two years time. thousands of people have expressed interest in paying for a trip to space. how cool is that? ladies, back to you.
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>> it is 18 after the top of the hour. a baby in a bag. a mother caught stuffing her child and you will never believe why. >> florida voters choosing trump. we will analyze brand new fox polls that reveal why.
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>> it is back to the campaign trail and it is make it or break it time for presidential candidates in their home primary state. >> we have brand new fox news polls that show the biggest foe, donald trump. anna kooiman has a closer look in the studio. >> good morning to you heather and heather.
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more than half of the republican voters in florida say they feel betrayed by their very own party. donald trump is taking advantage of that. brand new polls show 49 percent support the republican frontrunner ted cruz and followed by florida senator marco rubio with 12 percent in his home saturday. a deeper look now showing less than half of florida voters approve of rubio's performance as senator. 48 percent with 38 percent disapproval. how does this affect the polls so far? rubio is taking second place with 22 percent. with 25 percent behind donald trump. like rubio in florida, it is make or break in ohio. the home state of governor john kasich. he has a five point lead over trump 34 to 29 percent. when it comes to second choice for president in the buckeye state it is kasich and mark yo
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rubio. voters take to the polls next week. they may change their mind it is about 1 in 5 for donald trump. they are also in the lead for the evangelical vote in ohio. >> what a fascinating year. >> constantly changing. >> fell through the runway. the criminal who went viral for his hot mug shot is now a free man. ladies celebrating. >> carlie shimkus is here with what is trending. >> he is known as the hot convict. now he's a free man. jeremy meeks became an internet sensation after they posted his
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mug shot on facebook. he became known for his criminally good looks. he was sentenced to prison on weapons charges. now that he is free he is looking forward to a career in modeling and acting. >> he will probably get one. >> tell us about that, the heartwarming moment for an nfl star's daughter. >> after a two-year battle with cancer lia can finally feel the wind blowing through her hair. the 5-year-old captured the nation's heart during her courageous battle with cancer. her dad recently posted this video on intaw gram saying she wants to hear her hair blow in the breeze. a oo celebrating life like that. beautiful. >> another incredible moment between the girl and the man who raised her. >> a young girl wasked a girl wo raised her will you be my dad? the girl decided to make their relationship official by giving him a box with a very special
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surprise inside. >> it's a petition for adoption. >> the man also said he has been waiting for that moment for a very long time. >> wait, what was that? >> a certificate form of adoption. >> petition for adoption. >> they are going to be officially father and daughter. >> you are trying to make us cry this morning. carly, thank you so much. fox news radiohead lines 24/7 if you haven't checked it out. the time is 26 minutes after the hour. dodging a bullet literally. a cop shot at point blank range. >> giving the fbi his $0.02 why he claims their apple iphone case is a champ.
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for people who suffer from a dry mouth. >> i would do it differently, i really would. that's not who i am. >> good morning. it is thursday march the 109. feeling the heat in miami. marco rubio says he made a big mistake as a rally on his home turf draws nearly no one. >> parents alarmed after learning about a 6-year-old gun policy kept secret until now. >> there have been a lot of shootings in school. that could have helped them.
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>> move over. get ready to pay up. subway seat hoggers could face fines. "fox & friends first" continues right now. ♪ >> i love kid rock. great way to start the morning. good morning to you and welcome to "fox & friends first". i am heather childers. >> i am heather nauert. it is now half past the hour. let's talk about politics first. we have brand new fox news polling results that show donald trump dominating in marco rubio's home state of florida by more than 20 points. >> you have john kasich.
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he is taking first place in ohio for the first time his home state. the winner take all primary is less than a week away. john roberts live on the campaign trail for us. he's in coral gables. good morning. >> heather, heather good morning to you. kid rock, i'm awalk now. this is the big debate happening here. the most important one yet. i know we say that every time. this time it really is. this one has the potential to shape the race in a dramatic fashion really get it down to the final two or maybe three in the race for the nomination. donald trump looking to score a knockout punch on tuesday at least here in the sunshine state. the fox news poll suggesting he probable before i has the numbers to do it. in ohio is more difficult. they have a hill to climb there. but in fayetteville, north carolina last night speaking to a crowd that was rich with military service members trump said he is going to do very
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well. listen. >> we have florida which is an amazing place. we have ohio where you have an absentee governor. i think we are going to do great in ohio. we have north carolina. and we have illinois. i think we are going to have a fantastic week. ted cruz is 100 delegates behind donald trump at the moment which really isn't too far considering how many delegates are left. yesterday he got a big endorsement from carly fiorina. >> there are other people in our party who actually are kind of horrified by donald trump. itch one of them. carly being with us today is one more manifestation of what we have been seen playing out over the last several weeks which is republicans uniting, coming together behind our campaign. the one campaign that has demonstrated that it can and has
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repeatedly beaten donald trump. >> big endorsement yesterday. in addition to fiorina he picked up radio host mark levin. the big question is what is jeb bush going to do? had he is meeting with marco rubio, john kasich and ted cruz. we don't know if he is going to endorse before the florida primary. if he doesn it is not clear how much his endorsement will be. >> or maybe he will threaten to sit it out like mitt romney did. >> the democrats bringing the heat on the debate stage. clinton now faces a brand new lawsuit over the e-mail scandal. peert dos sees up early for us and he's live. what's this lawsuit all about. >> republican strategists fought out potential scenarios on their
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side. they have been gquiet about wha happens if they have classified information. hillary clinton refused to say if she will leave the race if the fed presses charges. >> i am not concerned about it. >> if you get indicted will you drop out? >> i am not even going to answer that. >> for the first time a lawsuit seeking the release of hillary clinton's text messages and blackberry messenger laws. the rnc filing that suit and they are suing for any records that could show coordination between clinton campaign officials and state department dep mats about how to handle her e-mail scandal. she won't be able to escape the inquiries about all of this. bernie sanders flesh off one of the biggest hug fests in michigan. >> i believe that our message of
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the need for people to stand up and tell corporate america and wall street they cannot have it all is resinating across this country, and i think thin the coming weeks and months we will continue to do extremely well and convince super delegates bernie sanders is the strongest candidate to beat donald trump. >> you heard him mention super delegates. dozens of the super delegates are lobbyists according to a news report and they heavily favor hillary clinton which could hand her the nomination no matter how close sanders keeps it. >> fox news alert breaking overnight. five people shot and killed in an ambush style attack. the gunfire exploding and it is a concern just outside of
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pittsburgh. neighbors say they heard 25 shots ring out where a backyard party was going on. four men and one women are dead three others hospitalized. >> a man who ambushed a philadelphia police officer is due in court today. edward archer is accused of firing into officer jessie hartnett's cruiser more than a dozen times at close range back in january. he survived that attack but spent several weeks in the hospital. he thinks it forced laws that under line the teaching of the qur'an. >> a michigan police officer dodges a point blank shot that was fired at him during a routine traffic stop. >> what's up, ma'am. (gunshot) >> that happening in battle creek michigan. officer brad jeffery jumping out of the way when a man fires a
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pistol right in his face. he returns fire and jumps back in his cruiser to chase down that suspect. the 21-year-old man was arrested after a wild chase. he is now facing attempted murder charges. >> torrential downpours to southern illinois. >> louisiana one of the hardest hit. three people are dead and 3500 homes had to be evacuated. >> leaving your home in a kayak. in texas rising water is flooding out homes making a mess on the roads as well. >> we have to talk to maria molina about that. she is tracking the rain. what are we expecting today? >> what an incredible scene out there. so much rainfall out there with many areas reporting well over
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six inches of rain. more rain and thunderstorms across parts of the gulf coast. we have a risk for severe weather over southeastern texas and descending in places like louisiana and mississippi. risk of damaging winds and large hail. more rain is in the forecast as well. very significant at that as well. the ground is sat vated. we have a number of warnings and watches that remain in effect through eastern texas and western kentucky. it is incredibly warm out there. very spring like and summer like. 85 degrees and in the 80's as well across the southeast as far north as new york city you could be seeing temperatures making it into the 70's. well above average for many of
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you. >> i had to turn my air-conditioner on yesterday. i am you asurrounded by windows. an invasion of privacy. the pentagon admitting they are spying on you. how they are using drones to do it. >> do law schools owe graduates a job? they are suing the alma mater. >> parking for superheroes only and heather nauert. we are talking about the type that wear a uniform.
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test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test test tests >> spy games being played by the pentagon and targets. the pentagon admitting it allows local law enforcement to fly spy drones on nonmilitary missions.
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government officials say it has happened in less than a decade. they use the drones for search and rescue. however the secretary of defense did not give permission which is required by law. >> also happening the fbi changing how it accesses your personal information. according to a new report the agency will not say how the rules have changed when agents use data to estimate america's phone call e-mails and text messages. how the nsa protects information on americans has long been scrutinized. it is unclear when the changes will take place or if they will ever be revealed to the public. >> parents are up in arms after a stunning announcement from their school district. some employees have had access to guns on campus for six years now. parents haven't been told about
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it. they found out about it this week. where was this happening and what's the deal? >> rumors have been flowing around the polls outside of sacramento, california. those rumors were confirm withed a letter sent this week. employees with a concealed carry permit and special training have permission to bring guns. they won't say which of the 33 campuses have guns or who has access to them for security reasons. that has many parents concerned. >> there have been a lot of shooting before in schools and that can happen again. >> but other parents say it is a good idea because it teachkeepsr kids safe. >> look at columbine and all that stuff. >> the guns are kept in a secure safe not in the classroom. only the superintendent and police know where that safe is.
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the district says the policy is supported by local law enforcement as part of the emergency preparedness plan. despite the uproar from terrorists there are no plans to change that policy right now. heather? >> all right patricia stark, fascinating. they have had special training and they are concealed carry permit holders. let's keep talking about the school gun policy. do parents have a right to know where the guns are? log on to fogs and friends first pace book page after the show #keep talking. >> anna aloberta wants the jefferson school of law to pay back her tuition and lost wages after she claims she could not get a job threer yaos after graduation. she is also asking for an order preventing the school from misleading students about post grad employment figures. >> thomas jefferson sent an e-mail that says i am
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unemployed. i don't have a job. can you help me find a job. thomas jefferson just decided we are going to disregard that and we are going to report you as employed anyway. >> the school argues she did not try hard enough to get a job. >> the time now is 15 minutes after the ho-- 45 minutes after hour. >> prosecutors gone wild. the i hop employee arrested for give a giving away too many free drinks. >> steve doocy is here with what's coming up on "fox & friends." peter will agree there's no such thing as too many free drinks. >> especially on a friday night. thank you, heather and heather. sounds like a law firm. alex savage the san francisco reporter nearly hit by the car you saw live on the air, he's going to join us live and talk about why he turned around just in a second to save his life.
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>> nine minutes before the top of the hour. edward snowden calling the fbi big fat liars over claims it can't unlock the phone of a san bernardino terrorist. he tweeted a link to the aclu he
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says back up his claims. seahawks may have to pay up. it would make it illegal to make up more than one seat with potential fines ranging around 500 bucks. if it doesn't apply to someone who has a medical condition or they are over weight. it doesn't combat rude behavior on public transportation. behavior on public transportation. and, you can take a trip back to the decade that made a generation boom! we're talking about the '60s. thanks to "trip of love", featuring black light visuals. remember the black lights? hippies, hotties and far-out
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♪ nowhere to hide >> the show's so visually stunning and beautiful. tell me a little bit about some of the costumes. >> would have over 500 costumes in the show, meticulously designed. no detail was left out. >> in the props? >> surfboards. >> vespas. >> and a hot air balloon, which i think someone wants to -- >> you might take a trip in? >> we're taking off right now at stage 42. catch it. and i'll catch you next time. oh, boy. here we go. ♪ >> i hate heights, heather! >> come back! >> if you're taking a trip to new york city and can't get those hamilton tickets, be sure
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two minutes until the top of the hour. before you leave the house, here's what's happening today. tap water banned in some schools in new jersey. they're using bottled water until more tests are done. and whether young voters can elect delegates rather than candidates. nancy reagan will be laid to rest tomorrow next to her husband president ronald reagan. time now for the good, the bad and the ugly. super hero parking open only to veterans and first responders in cocoa beach, florida. and a woman stashes a child inside her carry on luggage.
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another passenger noticed the bag was moving. and the ihop employee facing criminal charges for allegedly giving away thousands of dollars of free drinks in new york city. that wraps it up for us. we'll see you back at 9:00 for america's newsroom with bill hemmer, fox & friends starts trie right now. it's the tail end of the week. it is march 10, 2016. and we begin with a breaking news story. it was a coordinated attack to kill people in cold blood. overnight, two gunmen working in synch to murder five people. we have the details for you. and one of the most talked-about moments >> it's not going to happen. i'm not answering that question. >> that's her answer. what was the question? >> you are going to want to hear this, finally somebody asked it. >> and i hop


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