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will smith. the accused killer about to face a judge. following breaking live from washington, d.c. good to see you. >> reporter: good morning, abbey and heather. good to see you as well. this is being described as a senseless act of view owelines and it is leaving nfl fans stunned, saddened, worse, worse, a wife without her husband and three children now without a father. former new orleans saints player and super bowl champion will smith with his wife posting this picture right before his death. the message having fun in the french quarter, 2016. hours later the couple's good time turned into tragedy. now the burning question, was it road rage or revenge. cardell hays rear ended his wife while they were driving home. hayes and smith got into fire.
smith's wife was shot in the right leg. >> we will build a strong case for the district attorney to prosecute cardell hayes to the extent of the law. >> in a bizarre twist, hayes's father was killed in a standoff with police in 2005. hayes's family sued and just before smith's death he was having dinner with an officer named in the civil suit. now police are trying to figure out whether this coincidence relates to the investigation. >> when mr. hayes's story gets out there and the story of the multiple witnesses that saw everything, the public will have a different opinion of what occurred. >> reactions to smith's death are pouring in now. saints coach sean payton tweeted, heavy hearts with the senseless passing of our team captain. will smith. pay for his wife's recovery and
their children. cameron jordan tweeted woke up and can't make sense of this senseless killing of will smith. lord, please watch over this family and give them strength. hayes is being held on $1 million bond. abby and heather back to you. >> kelly wright live for us. thank you, kelly. to ohio now where anhi o police officer is fighting for his life after being shot by an arson suspect. columbus police were serving a warrant on 44-year-old lincoln rutledge when he shot an officer. rutledge set fire to his apartment during the standoff. the huge flames captured by a drone. now charged with attempted murder. officer not identified. two college@leads are dead caught in the cross fire of a gun fight near the lsu campus. police say two men started shooting during an argument
outside a party in baton rouge. the two students killed attend southern university. annette january was a track and field athlete and ashantai was a student athlete director. we are america's election headquarters and turning to the race for the white house. fury in colorado as republicans cancel their presidential vote and now the candidates are setting their sights on the next critical contest, new york. kristen fisher is live in washington, d.c., with the latest. hi, kristen rl over t. >> reporter: trump was quiet over the week. he said on twitter, quote, the people of colorado had their vote taken away from them by the phony politicians. biggest story in politics. this will not be allowed.
this year colorado threw a convention instead of a more traditional primary or caucus. the cruz campaign said we won through hard work or superior organization. last night at a rally in new york trump called the system corrupt and even went to bat for bernie sanders. listen. >> i'm not a fan of bernie. i couldn't careless. as far as i'm concerned i couldn't careless about bernie but he wins and he wins like me. >> on the democratic side, bernie sanders may have dialed back his plan that hillary clinton is not experienced enough to be president, but now he says that she doesn't have the judgment to be president. he also implied that her foreign policy is partly responsible for the rise of isis. >> i think that if we continue to do better in general election polls in terms of defeating trump, i think if neither candidate ends up, you know, having the kind of votes they
need, i think there will be some discussion. >> i intend to have the number of delegates that are required to be nominated. >> the focus of both races is now centered on the new york primary. a pair of new fox news polls gives both front-runners a double digit lead. on the democratic side clinton is beating sanders by 16 points. trump is trouncing them by 32 points. the state's primary is exactly one week from new york. i'm sure you ladies in new york will be seeing a lot of campaign ads between now and then. >> maybe a poll or two or three, or four. a top democrat on the benghazi committee now endorsing hillary clinton. elijah cummings said he was originally waiting until the investigation was finished to endorse a candidate but he said it was taking too long. he aggressively challenge republicans during the hearings saying they were trying to take
down clinton's presidential campaign. she was accused of doing nothing about security lapses before four americans died in the attack. president obama sitting down with chris wallace for an exclusive wide ranging interview on sunday. the president discussing everything from a supreme court nomination to hillary clinton d.o.j. investigation and even his worse mistake as president. >> last time you were prepared to say she hadn't jeopardized. the question is, do you still say that? >> i continue to believe she has not jeopardized america's national security. what i've also said is that -- and she's acknowledged that there's a carelessness in terms of managing e-mails that she has owned and she recognizes. >> can you guarantee to the american people, can you direct the justice department to say hillary clinton will be treated
as the evidence goes, she will not be in any way protected? >> i can guarantee that, and i can guarantee that not because i give attorney general lynch a directive, that is institutionally how we have always operated. >> are you saying you will stick with merrick garland through the end of your term? >> zble no pulling him -- >> no. >> after the biggest accomplishment? >> saving the economy from a great depression. >> worse misstep? >> probably failing to plan for the day after what i think the right thing to do, intervening with libya. >> secretary of state john kerry visiting the memorial in hiroshima seven decades after the u.s. became the first country to ever drop atomic bombs.
his message, one of hope for a nuclear free world and not an apology. this after the taliban said that they targeted kerry in a rocket attack on kabul. two explosions rocking the afghan capitol just one hour after his surprise visit saturday. in other news, hundreds of refugees bombarded with tear gas and rubber bullets after trying to break through a fence on the greece/macedonia border. they were told that the gates would open up, but when it didn't, they tried to break through. more than 300 people needed medical treatment after that clash. well, a taiwan born u.s. navy officer is facing espionage charges in a highly secretive case. he's accused of passing secrets to china. a heavily redacted charge sheet alleges he shared the classified info and then he lied about it. lynn could face the death penalty for that.
in other news, david cameron is coming clean. the british prime minister will face parliament for the first time before the panama papers were released. he benefitted from his late father's off shore funds but insists everything he did was legal. opsition leaders are expected to grill him about his investments. here's some extreme weather now. severe hail pounding oklahoma overnight. this is video from duncan where lightning storms brought huge damaging hail stones. some reportedly the size of golf balls. >> wow. unbelievable. maria is here tracking hail storms. good morning. >> good morning. wild weather across parts of the plains. today will be no different across areas slightly to the east of oklahoma so across parts of arkansas, even across eastern parts of texas as we could be seeing another round of severe
storms. overall, very busy picture across the nation this morning. we have rain stretching across parts of the northeast and temperatures cold enough that we're even seeing some winter weather across portions of new england and extending back into the plains. from western parts of arkansas, southeastern oklahoma and northeastern parts of texas you could be looking at additional severe weather. the main threat will include some large hail and also the threat for some isolated tornadoes. temperatures quite chilly especially in new england. 19 in caribou, maine. 45 in new york city. 40 across parts of the southeast. on the chilly side out there. as we head farther southwest, take a look at the temperatures across the southern plains. where we are anticipating warm temperatures. 70s in places like dallas and also in houston. >> thank you very much, maria. talking about golf ball size hail, how about some golf now. the masters turned into a
shocker after a meltdown by defending champion jordan spieth. he was holding a 65 hole lead before dropping 6 spots in just three holes. >> oh, my goodness. >> so painful to watch. england's danny willett capitalizing on those mess stakes. he shot a 5 under to win the iconic green jacket. three strokes over lee westwood. he had no bogeys to match the best of four on the weekend. he is the first englishman to win masters since 1996. >> heartbreakin >> the golden state warriors, they're on the verge of making nba history tying the record for the most wins in a single season which was set, of course, by michael jordan and the '95-'96 chicago bulls.
they soared to a record of 72-9 beating san antonio. wednesday is a must-win as they take the court against memphis for their last game before the playoffs. >> if you haven't seen it, make sure to log on and search the internext for curry's reaction to spieth's meltdown. the time is 12 minutes after the top of the hour. the head of the cia laid down the law for future presidents. >> absolutely. i would not agree to having any cia officer carrying out -- >> why john brennan is refusing to interrogate terror suspects even with presidential order. why people were trying to escape a bug before it was swept away in raging waters. you will not believe this.
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menendez are asking for a federal probe into delta united and american airlines. they claim that passengers are charged two or three times as much for single ticket with several stops than they would for multiple one way tickets. american airlines and united say that the new policy closes a loophole. well, now to a fox business alert. pain at the pumps. say so long to the low gas prices. i d of this. >> once again, they go up and go down. laura with fox business here with how high prices are going. lauren? >> good morning, ladies. filling up the gas tank is getting more expensive. gas prices jumped eight cents in the past three weeks. now averaging $2.10 a gallon. this as gas stations are raising prices nearly twice as much as refiners. get this, bloomberg expects gas prices to continue to go up to more expensive summer gasoline. are you rushing to get your taxes done? relax. you have three extra days.
tax day is april 18th this year, not april 15th because washington is celebrating emancipation day. and for folks in maine and massachusetts, tax day is actually april 19th. there are reports that brittain's daily mail is making a bid for yahoo!. they're saying the internet would turn it into a tabloid journalism. it is predicted it will raise 1 mld. it helps regulation the temperature of wine. it looks like a narrow win for melissa mccartney's "the boss." that movie took in 23.4 million and 296 million to date.
final numbers have yet to be released. back to you ladies. >> i've got to see some movies. >> i want to see "the boss." the time is currently 19 minutes after the hour. deportations to begin. >> the stupid "boston globe" is worthless. sold for a dollar. did you see that story? >> donald trump firing back at "the boston globe." and give that boy a hand. the heartwarming moment a toddler honors a service member going viral. >> so sweet. we searched billions of flight combinations to make getting here easy.
friends first." presidential candidate donald trump slamming "the boston globe" after the paper published a fake front page imagining his presidency. >> how about that stupid "boston globe." it's worthless. sold for a dollar. did you see that story? the whole front page, they made up a story that trump -- they pretended trump is the president and they made up the whole front page, it's a make believe story, which is really no different than the whole paper and the whole thing. i mean, the whole thing is made up. >> the fake headlines that read deportations to begin, president trump called for tripling of i.c.e. force, riots continue. markets sink as trade war looms. u.s. soldiers refuse orders to kill isis families. and trump on nobel prize short list. the mock front page ran on the opinion section in sunday's paper. abby? >> thanks, heather. well, the new york city mayor de blasio dodging questions over an alleged fbi
probe into fundraising activities. >> i haents heard anything about any investigation. hasn't been any question posed to me and my team. we have no information about any investigation happening to begin with. >> "the new york post" reporting that several of the mayoral contributors may have gotten money from recently investigated officials. they want to expand their probe into his nonprofit. one of our favorite segments of the week going viral this morning. the heartwarming moment that a toddler thanked soldiers for their service. >> it is so sweet. let's go to carly with fox news headlines on sirius xm 115. good morning, carly. we love this. >> good morning, ladies. as do i. a patriotic moment caught on camera is warming hearts across america. this 2-year-old boy pays tribute
to the soldiers. he makes sure to give every service member a firm handshake before heading back to mom and dad. >> love it. this next story is unbelievable. from panic to a proposal, the unique way that one man got down on one knee. horrible. >> it was a nightmare turned dream come true. a kentucky woman thinks she's about to get robbed but in reality her boyfriend set up the scary scene to ask her for her hand in marriage. ♪ ♪ >> [ bleep ]. >> oh, my god. >> shockingly she does say yes. the police officer in that video is actually a comedian. they say they've been planning the proposal for months.
>> what an intro to their marriage. >> she should have said no and then just said, just joking yeah. >> this one, a baaaad boy. needed a little caffeine pick me up. >> a goat made a surprise visit to a starbucks in california. police say she wandered away from her owner and strolled right into the coffee shop. she was reportedly more interested in chewing boxes than sipping coffee. the goat has been reunited with his owner. he said he's going to build a fence. >> i had a feeling that would happen in new york city. not going to take goats in starbucks. >> no, no. thank you so much, carly. >> thanks, ladies. the time is 26 minutes after the top of the hour. oops, the new york primary is next week, we told you that, but why ivanka and eric trump won't be able to vote for their dad. photo shop fail. do you see anything wrong with this picture being called thigh gate this morning?
its's monday, april 11th. fox news alert. road rage or revenge? brand-new information about a former super bowl champion and the
accused killer is about to face the judge. >> absolutely i would not. i would not agree to having any cia officer carrying out that. >> the head of the cia laying out the law for future presidents. why he's refusing to use water boarding again, even with a presidential order. are you in the market for a new whip? the best cars and worst cars on the road. "fox & friends first" continues right now. good morning to you. welcome to "fox & friends first." i'm heather childers. >> good morning.
i'm abby huntsman. 30 minutes after the hour. road rage or revenge. brand new clues in the murder of former new orleans saints will smith. >> the accused killer about to face a judge as disbelief and shock hit the nfl. kelly wright is following the breaking developments for us. joins us live from washington, d.c. good morning, kelly. >> reporter: good morning to you and abby as well. this is being described as a senseless act of violence and, indeed, it is. leaving nfl fans stunned and saddened and worse a wife without her husband and three children without her father. former new orleans player and super bowl champion will smith seen in this picture with his wife right before his death. the message, having a blast in the french quarter, 2016. just hours later the couple's good times turned to tragedy and now the burning question, was his death random or revenge? police say the suspect cardell hayes rear ended smith and his wife while they were
driving home. hayes and smith then got into an argument before hayes pulled out a gun and opened fire on the couple killing smith. smith's right shot in the right leg. >> obviously being in new orleans we all are aware of will smith as we are every other saints football player, but were they friends, hang out in the same circles, things like that? the answer is no. >> in a bizarre twist, hayes' father was killed during a standoff with police in 2005. hayes' family sued, and just before smith's death he was having dinner with that officer named that civil suit. so now police are trying to figure out whether this coincidence relates to the investigation. >> it is interesting. right now we're investigating the homicide, all of those fa s
facts. ask questions about those and see if there's any correlation. >> smith was a beloved player in new orleans and throughout the nfl. pray for my friend's family, pray for his teammates. so senseless. rest in peace, will. and lebron james tweeting, prayers and condolences sent out to will smith #rip and his beautiful family. certainly he did have a beautiful family. more of that will become known. hayes is charged with second degree murder, by the way. he is being held on $1 million bond. such a tremendous loss and so senseless. >> such a sad story. kelly wright live. other sad news. an ohio police officer is fighting for his life this morning after being shot by an arson suspect. lincoln rutledge was being served with a warrant and he set fire to his apartment building. huge flames captured by a drone.
he is being charged with attempted murder. the officer is not yet identified. jury selection beginning this morning in the trial of a georgia man accused of killing his young son by leaving him in a hot suv. justin ross harris claims that he forgot to drop off his 22-month-old son at day care but prosecutors say he intentionally left little cooper in a hot car for seven hours. police say that harris searched online for information on hot car deaths and surviving persons. a texas high school teacher is on leave after she was caught on camera slapping a student. >> from graduating [ bleep ]. >> whoa. she swipes the student's papers off his desk and scolds him for disrupting the class. she was arrested and charged with assault. >> well, a massive search for a
missing sailor continues this morning. navy officials say that a female third class petty officer disappeared during a training exercise. this while on board the dock landing ship "u.s.s. carter hall" along the north carolina coast. reports say that a pair of boots with a note was found on deck near the rear of the ship. several navy and coast guard units are helping with that search and rescue. turning now to the race for the white house. fury in colorado as republicans cancel their presidential vote and now the candidates are setting their sights on the next critical contest, that is, course, new york. kristen fisher is live for us in washington, d.c., with the latest. good morning, kristen. >> reporter: good morning. so after taking a few days off, trump is back and threatening to sue over the results which ted cruz won over the weekend. trump is attacking the way the
state party selected delegates. they held a convention instead of a more traditional primary or caucus. overnight trump tweeted, quote, how is it possible that the people of the great state of colorado never got to vote in a republican primary? great anger. totally unfair. the cruz campaign is essentially saying it's not unfair. it is politics. we want hard work and better organization. last night at a rally in new york trump called the system corrupt. he compared what's happening in his campaign to what's happening to bernie sanders campaign? >> i'm not a fan of bernie. i couldn't careless. you know, as far as i'm concerned i couldn't careless about bernie, but he wins and he wins like me. >> on the democratic side bernie sanders may have delved back his plans that hillary clinton is not experienced enough to be president, but now he says that she may not have the judgment to be president. >> i think that if we continue to do better in general election
polls in terms of defeating trump, i think if neither candidate ends up, you know, having the kind of votes they need, yeah, there will be some discussion. >> i intend to have the number of delegates that are required to be nominated. >> and clinton is well on track to do just that. in a big win in new york next tuesday would almost seal the deal. a new fox news poll out yesterday gets her a 16 point lead while on the republican side trump's lead is even bigger, 32 points. she's at 54%, kasich is at 22%, and cruz way down at 15%. while most of the candidates are focused on new york, cruz is already looking ahead to california. today he'll be campaigning in san diego while trump and kasich both have rallies in new york. >> new york will be a big one. kristen fisher, live. thank you. the new york primary is next week as kristen was saying. neither ivanka or his son can
vote. it's a closed state. they have aggressively campaigned for the front-runner but apparently missed the october deadline to register with the republican party. the head of the cia john brennan says that his agency will never again use enhanced interrogation tactics against suspected terrorists even if ordered by the president. >> absolutely i would not agree to having any cia officer carrying out water boarding again. >> brennan may be in for a fight. both donald trump and ted cruz say that they would authorize it. the cia used water boarding after 9/11 but president obama banned them in 2009 under pressure from critics who called it torture. let's keep talking about this. what do you think about brennan refusing to torture terror suspects. log on to "fox & friends" facebook page #keeptalking. >> looking for answers on that
one. the fight against terror meantime is going online. senator charles schumer is proposing a $25,000 reward for social media extremist tips. the department of state would have to pay a reward if the information leads to an arrest. john brennan is refusing to use water boarding not to, you know, use -- not to use any technique. >> important to clarify that. now to extreme weather. severe hail pounding oklahoma overnight. this is video you see there from duncan where a lightning storm brought huge, damaging hail stones. some the size of hail stones. >> that would hurt. maria is in the weather center tracking the storms. >> that would cause damage out there and we are expecting another round of weather from northeastern parts of texas to southeastern oklahoma and also portions of arkansas.
seeing some very large hail today and also some isolated tornadoes. we'll keep a close watch there. otherwise, the storm system bringing in significant precipitation across a big chunk of the united states. dealing with winter weather out there across parts of the northeast. rain across portions of the midwest. now here across parts of the plains and also across the south that's where we're expecting to see heavy rainfall. could be localized flash flooding. temperatures are chilly across parts of the northeast, new england, and in the northern plains. later on this afternoon we'll feel the heat across the southern plains. temperatures approaching 90 degrees in the city of dallas. over to you. >> coming up here. >> about time. >> finally. >> thank you, maria. the time is 20 minutes until the top of the hour. bad behavior, the elementary school teacher fired over her spring break performance. and an up close look at the scariest downhill ski run ever. the terrifying go pro video that
♪ the all-new audi a4, with available virtual cockpit. ♪ welcome back to "fox & friends first." do you remember this clash between bill clinton and protesters? >> i don't know how you would characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids hopped up on crack and sent them out into the street to murder other african-american children? maybe you thought they were good citizens? she didn't. she didn't. >> bill clinton in a heated exchange last week defending his own record as president and his wife is now backing him up. >> he's not only the former president, he's my husband and he does take defending me and protecting me very seriously and i appreciate that and i think he
has a great legacy. if we're going to talk about his eight years as president, we should talk about everything. >> clinton also made clear that she would like to improve her husband's record on criminal justice reform saying if she was elected she would work to reduce unnecessary incarceration. well, the scandal that ended david petraeus's cia career could be headed to the big screen. joe kelly, office of "the memoir collateral damage" is reportedly shopping around for a movie deal. kelly says her story reads like a thriller and would make a fantastic movie. petraeus pleaded guilty to mishandling classified information and resigned his post in 2012. >> that will be interesting. thanks, heather. more fallout for the state of north carolina over their transgender bathroom law. raburn pharmaceuticals
threatening to back out of a deal for a $20 million plan. they say it's unjust and believe for equality. the law prevents transgender people from using the bathroom of their choice which son say discriminates against the lgbt community. canadian rocker brian adams has canceled a show in mississippi over the new religious freedom law. he doesn't want to play in a state that allows denial of certain services to the lgbt community based on the religious beliefs. >> well, are you rolling to work in style? >> i don't know about that. >> america's best and worst car brands have just been named. >> our sister network fox business news is here. cheryl, good to see you. >> reporter: good to see you, ladies. good morning. i'm sure you're both rolling to work in style every day. the experts continue to evaluate
all the new vehicles that are about to arrive at a dealership near you. whether it's brand loyalty, cost, the best customer service after you buy the car "consumer reports" has come up with a report. the best car brand starting with number five, bmw. "consumer reports" gave it 76. porsche, 76. very few problems. the company controlled by volkswagen. number three, lexus. very good customer reviews. number two is suk a rui with sales up more than 13% between 2014 and 2015. japanese automaker getting high ratings especially for low price four-wheel drive vehicles. finally the best car brand is audi. luxury division of volkswagen got high marks. not only for the brand. there is a worst list.
dodge, land rover, mitsubishi, jeep, the absolute worst, fiat. >> i have a land rover. on the worst list. >> concerned about that. >> cheryl, thanks so much. the time is currently about 48 after the hour. washed away. the dramatic moments people tried to escape a bus before it's swept away in raging floods. trouble ahead. could your toddler's terrible 2s mean your child is headed for a life of crime? >> first we check in with what's coming up on "fox & friends." never went through terrible twos. >> is your two-year-old going to wind up in the slammer? >> you have to stay tuned and watch. >> i'll be tube side. ladies, good morning to you. coming up on "fox & friends," donald trump himself responds to that fake "boston globe" headline. and to ted cruz's win in colorado at the gop state caucus. plus, we follow the isis money trail. want to see where that leads.
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out as others frantically pull him to safety. this highway is one of the highest and most dangerous in the world. it bridges the gap between pakistan and china. speaking of scary, this is being called the scariest downhill ski run ever. you're seeing it from the point of view of the french athlete who conquered it. a 22-year-old flies off monster jumps and zips through trees as he competes in go pro's line of winter contest. this run earned him the $20,000 grand prize. good for him. >> good job. an elementary school teacher fired over her risque moves in a spring break dancing contest. what do you think about this one? word got back to her employer after someone in the crowd posted this video on line where parents were caught -- they caught a glimpse of it. and then the 24-year-old is now lashing out at the school saying, "we're all saints. get with the 21st century." >> i don't know about that.
a screaming toddler in their terrible 2s. could they be on their way to a life of crime? [ scream ] a new study finding toddler who's show emotional behavioral problems at a young age are linked to crimes later in life. the research also discovered that harsh parenting could contribute to anti-social behavior. scientists say that these inherited behaviors can be curbed by positive parenting. >> i don't know. i had terrible 2s. >> yeah. >> i turned out, i think, all right so far. from cambridge to critical, prince william and duchess kate making their first visit to india. >> these moments from their stop in mumbai. tweeted out by kensington palace. the tour comes as the prince faces criticism at home for reportedly slacking off from his responsibilities as a senior royal. >> the two continuing to make the rounds. this tweet came about two hours ago saying the duke and duchess touched down in new delhi,
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two minutes until the top of the hour. before you leave the house, here's what's happening today. the accused killer of former new orleans saint will smith is due in court. cardle hayes is accused of rear ending smith and his wife before opening fire. hayes is being held on $1 million bond. a new colorado law allowing pot in public schools heads before a house committee. it would allow students who need medical marijuana to use edible pot at schools as long as the school districts agree. if you need to fill up your tank on the way to work, brace yourselves. prices at the pump jumped eight cents over the past three weeks. ♪ time now for "the good, the bad, and the ugly." first, the good. a veteran reuniting with his service dog all thanks to social media. the husky slipped out of her collar while the two were visiting utah from colorado. sweet. next, the bad. police in brazil out on the hunt for the two bank robbers who wrapped themselves in tinfoil to take the alarm system. surprisingly, it worked, and the
alarm didn't sound. the ugly. a new meaning to thigh gap. some say this photo of victoria beckham is a major fail and point out she's missing the top connecting her upper thigh to her body. heather, you wonder how they look and say, that looks good. >> might be the way she's bent. "fox & friends" starts now. have a great day. >> bye. good monday morning to you. it is april 11th. i'm ainsley earhardt. we start with this, a fox news alert. the shocking death of a super bowl champion. this morning, the suspect, a semi pro football player is in custody with bond set at $1 million. was it an act of revenge or simply road rage? donald trump lost in new york and speaks out. >> i couldn't care bernie. i couldn't care less, i