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>> i am heather childers. >> intensifying the show of force overnight. >> the communist country carrying out the most powerful nuclear test yet. the os till u.s. the latest blast so long it triggered a 5.3 magnitude earth quake. it called kim jong-un's move -- his provocative actions will be met with intense consequences. north korea tired 3 ballistic miss tills into the sea. >> dozens trapped in cable cars 10,000 pete in the air. hundreds of people stranded in the french alps after fierce winds strangled cable wires. crews harness themselves and tourists to cables lowering them
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down to the chopper one by one. 50 people were forced to spend the night in the cable cars until rescue crews were there. >> a killer who shot a mother while she was on the phone with 911. police in phoenix say the men chased down denya farmer for miles before opening fire. the 911 dispatcher heard three chilling gun shots over the phone before she crashed into a median. the mother of three was targeted. it is unclear exactly why. they don't believe this murder is linked to the phoenix serial kirl. >> a policeman responding to a call outside of san jose when the suspect stepped out of the home opening fire. he rushed in for emergency surgery. at last check he is in critical
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been but expected to survive. the suspect was killed in the fire. >> brand new polls showing donald trump and hillary clinton are neck in neck in key battle ground states. we have everything you need to know from the campaign trail. >> from top to bottom. donald trump and hillary clinton shrugging it out over the commander-in-chief forum from a couple of nights ago. clinton meeting today in new york with a bipartisan group of national security advisors to try to show trump didn't qualify to be president after criticizing u.s. generals. the nominee who dodged the press took questions yet again yesterday which the republican nominee saw as she was trying to change the subject after strumbling at the forum. hillary gave a disastrous news conference to make up for poor performance last night. she is being designated by the mead yaw. while trump tried to stay on
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message at an education event he talked about the e-mails. >> she gets a subpoena from the united states congress and she deletes and bleaches. she also and her staff destroyed some of her 13 different phones, but this time with a hammer. i have never done that. >> it is a game to him. erg is a game. it is like he's living in his own celebrity reality tv program. you know what, donald? this is real reality. this is real people. this is real decisions that have to be made for our country. >> what is also real is this race is tightening. in the latest battle ground polls in florida. gary johnson 8 percent still
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sdien 2 percent. then must win ohio for trump. no republican has gotten into the white house without that. he's opened a 4 point lead 41-47. johnson at 14 percent, stein gets four points. bottom line within the margin of other or in the key battle grounds. this shows how tight the race is. >> as of today 60 days until the election. we are counting. thank you so much. >> and some outrage boiling over after another protest of old glory. this time during the envelope's opening night. one team has even bigger plans. this seems far from over. >> the lift of players disrespecting the national anthem is growing. taking the lead before the anthem during the envelope
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season opener last night against the panthers. marshall then explaining himself after the game. >> i am not against the military. i am not against the police or america. i am just against social injustice. talking about fraternity brothers and my ex teammate. i believe in what he is trying to do. >> last week's quarterback jeremy lane deciding to grow the bench. the seattle sea talks promising to show a demonstration of unity before sunday's game against the dolphins of the 13th anniversary of 9-11. doug baldwin tweeting to express a desire to bring people together our team will honor the country and flag in a pregame demonstration of university. it is unclear wasn't they are planning while some say they could protest the flag for the team. koppernick's protests are like
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rosa parks who refused to sit in the back of the bus it is a lofty name but it is not a stretch. we will let history be the judge how con ifconsequential capper mick's action -- kaepernick's a is. >> there was a donation to help bridge the social gap. >> the ban they ares team every single one of them were standing up last night. >> meantime the broncos the super bowl rematch was what happened last night. >> the kick is no good. >> that missed field goal with 4 seconds left giving the defending super bowl champions a 1 point victory over the panthers 21-20 in the envelope season opener.
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but there's 15 more to go. one down, one loss. that's all right. we will take it. >> no longer number one. serena williams hit with a stunning loss at the u.s. open losing her number one world title. >> that is karolina knocking williams out they question what she was too tired from earlier play. williams set the record straight serena style. >> okay. i am not going to compete myself. i wasn't tired from yesterday's match. i am a professional player playing for 21 years. if i can't turn around after 224-hours to play again i shouldn't be on tour. i wasn't tired from yesterday's match at all. >> most grand slam tournament wins she will be back.
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>> exploding cell phones so dangerous the faa just issued an urgent warning overnight. >> what you need to know about this. this is kind of frightening. >> i want to show you the faa statement we have received from the samsung galaxy phone. the risk is a fire these can as they are charging catch fire. the federal aviation saying do not turn on or charge these on the aircraft. they are going one step further. the jet star version, tiger airways they are banning samsung 7 from any flight at all. you can't check it or bring it on the plane. also a story coming out of florida.
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this homeowner comes hope plugs his samsung home leaves the engine running the ep jeep catches fire. nobody was injured. we are not going to hire a lawyer. we will replace the jeep. 35 fires now that samsung is taking a look at around the world. this one in particular samsung taking a look at because the vehicle was destroyed. >> at least he wasn't in there. >> i was going to say i have one of those phones. it gets really, really hot. >> if it's the 7 we need to talk. >> the preorders started a couple days ago? >> two hours ago. preorders have opened up as of today the range 350 to 569 per device depending which way you get. go to apple's web site or the
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better better way is doing to the app. the app is better way to order. the four major wireless companies are offering this as a preorder as well. the phones do pretty well. the watch the second version of the apple watch is also available as of now for preorder. >> chipotle lay a new delivery service for their burritos. of course they are doing it for college students. if you are on the virginia tech campus you can get your burrito delivered. they are going to see how it works. the faa has approved this. the burritos get to the customer fast. how does the drone handle the food? if this works they will start adding drinks and other options.
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this is the first time we are seeing food drone delivery. >> i am not sure i want a burrito on my head. >> we will let you know about the wells fargo scandal. they are ripping off customers. >> the time is 11 minutes after the top of the hour. tacky tribute. take a look. the two companies facing criticism after this. >> a jaw dropping gasp. >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo. >>al lep po. what is aleppo? >> you are kidding? >> no. >> in full damage control mode.
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his explanation next. >> we aren't really into the pol lit ticks. >> politics? >> jesse waters hits the beach to find out who sports illustrated models are voting for. first a look at the weather across the country. poor mouth. allergies? stuffy nose? can't sleep? take that. a breathe right nasal strip instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicine alone. shut your mouth and say goodnight, mouthbreathers. breathe right.
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>> aleppo. >> what is aleppo? >> you are kidding. >> no. >> johnson who is fighting to be included in the up coming presidential debates admits he langed on the question. telling megyn kelly there's no excuse for his mistake. >> aleppo i thought it was an acron acronym. i should have known but i didn't. is it more important to know the name or the issue. understanding the issues, understanding the underlying philosophy, policy that has us in this position today, it is unbelievably complex. >> the new york times also making a few mistakes first saying it is the capitol of the united states then making the correction it was the capitol of
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syria which is wrong. >> american university teachers taken by enemy insiders last month several insurgents were killed in the raid. the hostages were not found. in addition they were attacked by a gunman and suicide bomber last month. the obama administration is one step closer to shutting down guantanamo bay maximum security prison. a military official saying camp 5 is closing for good. they are moving to another area. 61 inmates remain at gitmo. >> jesse waters asking voters the tough question. huz late hest beach gores at coney island.
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>> how important is the presidential election to you two? >> not very important. >> both of them i do not like. >> not important at all. zero. >> 0.0. >> a lot of things hang in the balance. >> i know it's not going to make a difference in my world. it never has. >> not really into the politics. >> politics? >> yeah. >> you will be sure to understand. >> i think she is just a president's wife. >> what do you think donald trump stands for? >> he's a racist and a bigot. >> what has donald trump said that is racist? >> i don't know right now. >> he wants a wall built between mexico and the united states. >> there's a wall around the white house. does that mean obama is racist?
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>> wants to make america great right now. i don't know what that means. >> he's the man that stands for hard work and always moving forward. >> what's the craziest thing you have seen here today? >> are you a foot model? >> i love this i think it is more jersey shore but i think coney island can handle it. >> do you like it? >> i am waters. >> i am watters and this is my world. >> i love your world. >> i think you are bluffing. >> she loves his world. >> no sunburn on the neck. >> the collar respecprotects th. >> a missing 5-year-old found trapped on a school bus? >> he was hot and sweaty. he didn't know who he was at
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first. >> how in the world does that happen and on the first day of school. >> show of support like dozens of blue ribbons honoring police officers just ordered taken down.
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>> back with the story army football players pray after a win and now the team is under investigation. >> played our brand of football. >> the military academy will look at where whether that violates the player's rights.
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they asked them to conduct a prayer ending with jesus. that prayer has been edited out of this video on the team's u2 page. >> blue ribbons ordered to come counsel. down. they have been putting them up to show their appreciation. now the town wants them taken down. >> it is just something we are very proud of. for this to happen it really stomps on the heart a little bit. >> the town only allows displays like this for a few weeks at a time. an exception was made because it was for the police. the group originally agreed to take them down by the end of the month. now they must be removed by the 9th. >> now one of the favorite segments going viral two companies facing a firestorm of criticism for a 9-11 tribute days before the anniversary. carley shimkus with the story
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that has everybody talking about it on twitter. first of all it is hard to believe it is the 15th anniversary are i. >> isn't it unbelievable. good morning. growing out rablg over a 9-11 tribute inside of a florida wal-mart made out of coke cans many calling it disrespectful and flat out wrong. criticism mounting after a p shoer spotted a display and posted it to twitter. tasty and utterly tasteless all at the same time. wal-mart said the display was removed. a coca-cola bottler said it was meant to honor local firefighters in support of an up coming event. clearly it didn't translate. >> a football team going viral for a girl they paid tribute to. >> a california high school football team made their most important play even before taking the field. all 57 members laid an orange rose at the feet of a cheerleader battling leukemia.
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>> she was diagnosed with cancer last month. she didn't fighting the disease alone. the opposing team also showing their support by encouraging their fans to ware orange to the game. ashley posted on twitter she was shocked, overwhelmed and speechless. >> i love that. >> what a sweet story. speaking of sweet. any one who loves me knows i love cotton candy. this girl loves it more than i do. >> a 3-year-old at a recent seattle mare inner's game losing her mind over cot top candy. you think she likes it? luckily for her parents the sugar rush was short lived. here's a twitter picture of her passed out after the game in her car probably dreaming of cotton candy. >> they cleaned up her mouth. >> sticky hands that's for sure. >> thanks so much. always good to see you. >> thank you, carly. the time is about 26 minutes
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after the top of the hour. coming up hillary clinton and donald trump not the only one dealing with the aftermath of the presidential forum. why matt lauer is also getting hammered for his performance.
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>> it is friday september 9th. this is a fox news lart. a brand new threat from isis on the opening weekend of the envelope. their n -- weekend of the nfl. >> another player kneels during the national anthem on the opening night of the nfl. it is far from over. they are planning a demonstration on 9-11. >> a self tee spectacle. tourists disrespecting thousands of people who lost their lives on # -- 9-11.
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fox & friends first continues right now. >> i love when we play this time because that means it is friday and that means the weekend is pretty much here. the sun is not quite up in new york city. we are here and ready to go. you are watching "fox & friends first." >> i am heather childers. thank you for joining us. it is half past the top of the hour. to the latest on the race for the white house. it is closer than ever. >> donald trump and hillary clinton in a dead heat and brand new battle ground poles. >> we are live in washington with how the candidates are trying to set themselves apart. good morning. >> good morning to both of you. they are still reverberating
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this morning. hillary clinton meeting today in new york with a by bart san group of national security advisors trying to make the point that she believes donald trump is not qualified to be president after praising vladimvladmir put putin. the democratic nominee took questions yet again yesterday which the republican nominee took as a sign she is trying to change the subject. hillary clinton answered e-mail questions differently last night at the forum than she has in the past. she is unfit to serve as president of the united states. clinton had a disastrous time in the forum defending her record as secretary of state. >> the whole country saw how unfit she was at the town hall last night. >> got a bunch of advisors. they are all trying to make them
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look more presidential, sound more serious. not working too well. but remember what maya angelou sent spent the last years of her life in wake forest reminded all of us when someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time. >> it may be working well for trump the race tightening in a when p quinnipiac poll. libertarian gary johnson gets 15 percent. that could be a difference maker, something to watch. trump is pushing hard to flip to the republican column. he's making up some ground. clinton still up 44 percent to trump at 39 almost within the margin of error as well. johnson gets 9 percent joe stein of the green party gets 3 percent. hillary clinton is still in the lead but it is getting razor thin in a lot of these battle
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grounds. >> getting tight in the swing states. >> the key will be the swing states for sure. >> remember the key. the key will be shubido. >> thank you, ed. >> fierce backlash is brewing over matt lauer who hosted the commander-in-chief forum. >> many blishls saying he went easy on donald trump and hammered clinton pointing specifically to his questions about her e-mail scandals. >> you said you made not the best choice. you were communicating on highly sensitive topics. why whoo it more than a mistake why wasn't it disfall fying. you said your communications of that were fairly routine. >> matt lauer was tougher on ryan lockey than donald trump. >> another tweeted this i think matt lauer was trying to address
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others in the press to pro of he is no the just a morning light weight failed. >> they let donald trump off the hook. >> that brings us to look who is talking this morning. chris wallace says the criticism of lawyer is just the beginning. >> most of the criticism came to the left whether it is the left for the debate whether they were unhappy they thought he was tougher on clinton than he was on trump. i don't know. but the big difference i would say between what lawyer was doing and what i am going to be doing as a debate moderator. he was ain't viewer. he was the only thing up there holding trump accountable. if this is a high wire act and if the media can and certain elements can and will use anything you say and won't say against you the experience of
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matt lauer put those doubts to rest. >> after the forum the most googled question is matt lauer a trump supporter. >> see what happens with chris wallace. >> it is boiling over after another protest of old glory. this time during the envelope's opening night. one team has bigger plans come sunday. patricia stark has the latest. >> colin kaepernick's open disrespect with sperceived racil injustice. taking a neon national television before the opening game. a former teammate explaining himself after the game. >> i am not against the military. i am not against the police or america. i am just against social injustice. colin is my fraternity brother my ex teammate.
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i believe in what he is trying to do. >> his team promising to show demonstration of unity before sunday's game against the dolphins. doug baldwin tweeted our team will honor the country with a flag in a demonstration of unity. members of the team say they are backing tabor nick's protests. meanwhile the president of the naacp comparing his stunt to rosa parks who refused to sit in the back of the bus. it is a lofty name but not a stretch. we will let history be the judge of how consequential his actions are. >> he is giving $1 million donation two bridge the gap between police and players. >> we want to know what you think about this. should the nfl step in or are
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these protests free speech? log on to the facebook page after the show hashtag keep talking. >> the fbi has a new terror warning for stadiums across the country. isis inspired terrorists planning attacks at softer targets like sporting events and concerts. holding a massive terror drill at pen way park. 75 percent of home progrown ter attacks have focused on civilian venues including the pulse nightclub in orlando. selfie spectacles are sparking outrage. a photographer showing pictures of them posing at the memorial are disrespecting where thousands last their lives. he is calling it memorialized. tourists saying they respect the case and the reason they take the photos is to take a piece of
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history. >> the selfie is getting out of hand. >> the time now is almost 20 minutes until the top of the hour. risky rescue the dramatic high altitude rescue. dozens of tourists spend the night trapped 10,000 feet in the air. how this happened. >> he banned weddings and funerals now it is free movement. you will never guess what else he banned. >> what's that? what's that? what's that? what have you done? >> nothing to see here. oh, no. bet you will never guess>> first a look at weather across the country. you bought a wig, a jersey, and overpriced nachos...
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>> a fox business lart for you now. a major bank scandal thousands of employees fired for creating fake accounts and stealing money from customers. >> our sister network is here with what every one needs to know. >> wells far go being slapped with the biggest fine ever. $185 million from the consumer fraud and protection bureau. over a long period of time they secretly created 1.5 million unauthorized bank accounts and credit card accounts so they could boost their own sales numbers. they move funds from an existing account without the person's knowledge open a new account even a credit card. not only before they getting credit for fake customers the original accounts were incurring over draft fees because there wasn't enough in them. 14,000 accounts incurred fees plus employees they filed for
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credit cards. it led to the firing of 5300 employees over the last few years because of the shady behaviors because of the scam. the practice was widespread and there's already a large lawsuit filed in los angeles over this. that is what led to this becoming public. they will pay full restitution to the fraud. what is scary about this is digital records of customers openly abused and also the fact that the incentive programs banks offer employees seems to be what droe the fraud in the first place. we talk about interest rates going up or down when interest rates are low it is tough for them to make money which means it is tougher for the employees to make money. >> it is terrible.
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>> the associated press backlash from the liberal media. two-week old tweet reading breaking analysis more than half who met clean ton gave money to clinton foundations. cnn calling the article a small. >> it appears kim jong-un can't take a joke. he has banned sarcasm across the country. it will stop potential internal rebellions against the regime. >> the 15th anniversary of 9-11. have you been to the 9-11 museum? >> i have. it leaves you with chills. >> brian kilmeade will send us back there. >> we will talk about 15 years since 9-11. last week i had a chance to see
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where we are at, the tribute certainty from everything where the towers stood and to where the new buildings are going up. here's a little bit about the feature coming your way over the next three hours. >> this was his brainchild this tribute center. >> it was founded by me -- by lee in 2006. this is his son's uniform and helmet. his son was found and his equipment you can see how it has literally been torn off of his back. that is to me about the most touching thing that i have seen in this museum. >> you are going to see so much more. they will bring everybody back to those days. we will interview many. we will have the young men with the red bandana. that story will also amaze you.
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all coming up never the next three hours. >> it will be powerful. >> we will be right back. stay with us. there's something out there. that can be serious, even fatal to infants. it's whooping cough, and people can spread it without knowing it. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about a whooping cough vaccination today. gomery and abigail higgins had... ...a tree that bore the most rare and magical fruit. which provided for their every financial need. and then, in one blinding blink of an eye, their tree had given its last. but with their raymond james financial advisor, they had prepared for even the unthinkable.
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ten minutes now to the top of the hour. back to the terrifying scene overnight above europe's highest mountain. dozens of tourists trapped in cable cars 10,000 feet in the air. hundreds of people stranded in the alps after fierce winds tangle cable wires. they were lowered down to the chopper one by one. nearly 50 people were forced to spend the night in the cable cars until rescue efforts resumed this morning. everyone is now safe on the ground thank goodness. well, a 5-year-old boy misses his first day of kindergarten after being left on a hot school bus for hours.
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>> it was traumatizing to me. he was hot, sweaty. he didn't even know who i was at first. that is prince okendo. he spent over four hours alone on the bus after the driver left without checking the aisles. no one knew prince was there until the mother called the school when he didn't get off the bus at the end of the day. that driver was fired. poor little guy. >> every year that happens. stranger things. have you heard about this? it was one of the most talked about tv shows of the summer. scary. no surprise that the netflix thriller will be back in 2017 for a recently announced second
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season. let's check in with michael tamar. you sat down with the stars of the show. >> i did. that's right. noah and gabe. i was given the inside scoop, what it was like to film season one. let's check it out. >> "strangest things" how does it feel to be part of the hottest show this summer? >> it feels great. unexpected. when they started writing the show it was supposed to be a mini series. now it's the hottest show of the summer. >> for those who haven't seen this show, how would you describe it to them? >> it's a show about like a group of friends who go out to find one of their best friends who gets lost in this other dimension. it's kind of like a sci-fi kind of thing. >> what was life like for you guys on set? a lot of fun? a lot of dungeons and dragons. >> we were all caught up in the hype of being on set. we were like -- >> yeah.
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every week we would go like -- >> it's sweet. >> any scary moments on set? >> oh, yeah. >> your character, upside down? >> there was this one time when we were filming the scene while running back into the shed before i skip into the nether. i pick up the phone and it was the first time i heard the monsters roar a creepy sound. and there was big speakers, huge speakers next to me but i didn't see them. so i picked up the phone and they played the sound. i was like, what? it scared the hell out of me. so scary. >> do you know where he is? >> hiding. >> from who? >> great stuff. congratulations, guys. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> all the best. nice to meet you. season two. >> yes. >> love all of them. >> i love this show. it's a total '80s throw back to
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the goonies, and stephen king, it has something for everyone. >> good description. i know what you mean. we started out saturday night and finished it sunday morning. totally binged. catch up, a lot of things at "stranger things." find me on twitter and instagram @foxlightmichael. >> have a great weekend. >> you, too. >> it is now about 6 minutes until the top of the hour. exploding cell phones, so dangerous that the faa just issued an urgent warning overnight. what you need to know before you fly anywhere. and that what impressed much? no, not impressive. the hilarious moment that the driver of a posrsce tries to show off and fails miserably.
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two minutes until the top of the hour. north korea intensifying its show of force overnight. president obama now promising that the provocative actions will be met with serious consequences. house lawmakers expected to pass a bill allow families of 9/11 victims to sue saudi arabia. democrats support it but the president is expected to veto saying that it will hurt foreign
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relations. recently unclassified documents show the saudi government supported 9/11 hijackers. samsung is telling users to keep their phones off while flying. time now for the good, the bad, the ugly. a star-studded honor for tim mcgraw and faith hill. ♪ i need you ♪ like a lighthouse on post >> the grammy winning artists each getting their own stars on the walk of fame one year before their 20th wedding anniversary. a man trying to impress a crowd with his porsche goes wrong. a group of people got in the way and they hit a mini van. and the ugly.
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this huge great dane left for his owner. >> what are we doing? >> when he was confronted the great dane asks like there's nothing to see. turning the puppy dog eyes to blame as being the culprit. >> thanks for joining us. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye. >> have a good weekend. good morning to you and your family. it's friday. september 9th. guys, we only have 60 more days until this election. >> counting every minute. >> i can't believe this. >> donald trump closing the gap in those all important swing states. the new numbers that could be game changers in this race. then donald trump unleashes a brand new line of attacks on hillary clinton's character. >> it's all about hiding, criminal enterprise and that's what it's about. >> criminal enterprise? that's new. today trump will take his case

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