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many to take in the historical significance. as for the winter, and now a two-time champ that is branch of -- defending his title. -- >> julie banderas is up next. >> president on a vacation. under the shadow of an investigation. and good evening everyone you are watching "fox report". we begin with special counsel robert muller who was reportedly asking the white house to hand over documents on michael flynn. this according to the new york times.the times is also reported investigators want to know whether the turkish government was secretly playing the retired general during the tail end of the campaign. meanwhile the scope of the
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investigation appears to be growing with mother reportedly and paneling a second grand jury and expanding his team of prosecutors. the former fbi director says is all part of the process. >> he is a very hands on kind of a guy. he will make the most important decisions. and the direction will come from him but on a day-to-day basis, he is a very experienced -- they are very experienced people. >> the president said this week reiterating the russia story is a quote - total fabrication. and says that he hopes the team reaches an honest conclusion. kristin fisher picks up the story from their reporting live for us from bridgewater, new jersey where the president is on vacation. how is the president responded to this latest new york times report? >> so far nothing specific from the white house but they have been downplaying the reports is
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about the special counsel all we could they say they are more concerned with the leaks that lead to these kind of reports and they are -- as per the report the latest coming straight from the new york times. saying that investigators have started crushing if michael flynn was paid by the turkish government during the phone the months of the campaign. it is important because if true, is the first known incident of the special counsel requesting documents from the white house. and this came one day after the wall street journal reported the special counsel has convened a grand jury in washington and started issuing subpoenas. the president's personal attorney made it very clear on thursday that the president was not considering firing the special counsel role - robert mueller. senators have introduced a pair of bipartisan bills designed to protect mother's job. listen.
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>> i think a lot of people in the country want to make sure he can do his job without threat or fear. i want to make sure he can do his job without threat or fear but i find no evidence of a crime by the president or his team. i find no reason to buy robert muller. if you show me a reason, bring it on. if you become the donald trump and the team have committed, bring it on. quest he says he wants to protect the white house for more leaks. and if there are more than he will hold robert muller's special counsel personally responsible. >> i want to go to donald's latest treatment. private school he tweeted after many years of leaks going on in washington, it is great to see the ag taking action. for national security, the tougher the better. so there you have one of the first tweets that show a betterment in a relationship
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between jeff sessions and the president. but regarding to his relationship with michael flynn, michael flynn was the president's first national security advisor. but there reports are not seeing eye to eye with his current one. more staff shakeups possibly on the horizon? >> i think it is always possible with this administration but it sounds like his current and second national advisor is safe for now. the president put out a statement really show support last night. i want to read this to you. it says quote - general mcmaster and i working very well together. he's a good man and very pro-israel. i am grateful for the work he continues to do serving our country. there is also some talk about the job of communications director. obviously it was vacant after the ousting of anthony scaramucci last week. there have been reports that the senior policy advisor stephen miller may be up for the job. several officials have told us that those reports are a bit overblown.
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they also said the president was very pleased with his performance in the briefing room this week. one more thing before i go julie. president trump just tweeted something else about where we are and what he is doing right now in new jersey. he said quote - working in bedminster new jersey as long-term construction is being done at the white house it is not a vacation. meetings and calls and indeed, we know that president trump met at bedminster with his new chief of staff general kelly was expected to meet with top aides and lawmakers over the course of the next few weeks. according to the president, this is a working trip, maybe some golf you're there. right? it is so beautiful here. it is about 80, 83 degrees all day. i would. >> i was at there is an 18 hole private course with his name on it, he might actually swing a
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club or two. kristin fisher, thank you. for much more on all of this tune into fox news sunday for an exclusive and interview with rosenstein. -- meantime the search continues for three missing marines several hours after their aircraft crashes off of the coast of australia.the osprey going down when the pilot apparently tried to land. other servicemembers were rescued. they say officials warned about the difficult state of the us marine corps aviation after years of budget cuts. in fact, about 70 percent of fighter jets are unable to fly due to a shortage of parts and reduce flight hours. ellison barber is live with washington for more. any word on what caused the crash? >> not enough. military officials are saying
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the cause of the crash is under investigation but it happened during in their words, regularly scheduled operations. the osprey took off from a u.s. navy warship and a defense official tells us that the aircraft crash has attempted to land on that warship. the osprey is used to transport marines into battle. it is part helicopter, parklane atlanta takes off like a helicopter but in the air is like an airplane. officials of the 26 servicemembers will onboard the aircraft at the time of the crash. as you said julie, 23 are safe and sydney and queensland it is actually 9:00 a.m. lineup. this happened around 4:00 p.m. local time. australia over to assist in the search and rescue in any way and the president has been briefed on the incident. >> we also saw military plane crash a few weeks ago in common are these crashes outside of combat? >> they are up significantly when you compare it to this
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time last year. by this time last year there were eight noncombat crashes so far this year we have seen 12. in july as he said again, 15 marines and one sailor died after their cargo plane crashed in the mississippi delta. only one third of them record jets and helicopters are flight ready for lester senior military officials told fox news budget cuts hamper their ability to repair aging fleets and because of that they said pilots spent less time training in the air. listen to what some military members told us in april of last year.chris imagine taking a catalog and make it a four.faster, more efficient. but it is still an old frame. >> after 15 years of hard service and hard fighting and deployment around the world you do not have enough airplanes to make sure the marines are ready to go. >> the marine corps called the latest incident" mishap and said again the circumstances of it are under investigation.
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>> thank you ellison barber. meanwhile the u.s. navy has identified a missing officer he disappeared while aboard a navy worship. us officials say lieutenant stephen hopkins went missing on tuesday. his disappearance coming just weeks after he boarded the uss - to be the chief engineer. the ship was in waters near the philippines when hopkins absence was noticed. two chinese star warships shadowing the ships helped the american effort in the search for hopkins. us officials of the matter remains under investigation. >> a country and permits for suppressing -- [video] >> the iranian president has won reelection. as you probably know it is really their supreme leader that sits in the seat of power.
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and has ruled the royal regime for decades.still, rouhani took the opportunity to send a message to the united states which just slapped them with new sanctions during a new rocket launch. we have details. >> when the iranian president was reelected in may he talked about pursuing as he said a path of coexistence with the world. but his inaugural address today had a defiant tone directed at the us. and specifically, president trump. he was sworn in today to a second term in office during a session of parliament. attended by several foreign leaders including the european union foreign policy chief and head of north korea's parliaments. evelyn said made victory, rouhani, promised to open iran's economy to the world creating more jobs in a country where unemployment remains high and pursue a quote - path of coexistence and interaction with the world.
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but today he appeased the us of trying to undermine the 2015 deal and urged european countries not to side with the united states. he said iran would continue to bride by the terms of the agreement but had a warning at president trump. >> those who want to tear up the nuclear deal had to know that they would tear up the scroll of their own political life by doing that. >> the white house says iran is complying with the new deal. but the president called it the worst deal ever during a campaign and vowed to rip it up and said iran has violated its spirit by continuing with its ballistic missile tests. iranian leaders say the missile program will continue and this remains a major concern for the trump administration. along with iran's increasing foothold in the middle east and particular, in iraq and syria. this is also a major concern for israel. israeli prime minister says israel has certain guidelines that cannot be crossed. that includes iran establishing a military presence in syria
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along the border with israel so then that has a question, if rouhani path to coexistence with the world -- >> the newly -- they board the chief prosecutor and members of her staff. from entering the building. but ortega is refusing to recognize her removal. as numbers of the opposition party denounced the move.>> there is no respect for the law. there is no respect for the constitution. the national constituent assembly is also a bad start ignoring the constitution of 1999. the only order that can remove -- >> the uproar is growing. it continues to grow on and on
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with great strength. so much strength that it will end up bringing down the constituent assembly. >> the all-powerful assembly put in place by the venezuelan president nicholas maduro is promising to move quickly against his opponents. critics fear the assembly will be used to strengthen his rift on the country. reino teacher reported missing is recovering from her ordeal. how she survived nearly 3 weeks in the hot sun all alone. and why some people now think she actually may have wanted it that way. we will explain. also, the fbi is now leading the investigation of a mosque explosion as a shaken community rallies together. >> whatever the intentions were, of the individuals that have done this. our intentions here are to show love and support and the consequence of this action will be an outpouring of love and
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investigation into what police in minnesota are confirming was an attack today on a mosque just south of minneapolis. officials say an explosive device was thrown into a window. where roughly a dozen people gathered for morning prayer appeared in office was damaged in the blast but no one was hurt. we are told that the mosque occasionally received threatening calls. and also emails. >> hate is not okay. we need a better america. we need an america where people are safe with their neighbors. targeting people because of their race, ethnicity or religion is absolutely un-american.
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question $10,000 reward is now being offered for information leading to an arrest or conviction in the attack. in northern california kindergarten teacher is found alive. nearly three weeks after walking away from a car crash and then vanishing. 33 old jamie was found in a field battling sunburned and malnourished. there remained many questions about the circumstances involving her disappearance. we have the details from our west coast bureau. hello claudia. >> hi julie. there are disturbing reports about whether this woman even wanted to be found. and there are questions about the state of her mental health. when she walked away from a car crashed and spent the next 17 days wondering in a field. happened in a rural community nine miles east of - she is bipolar and stop taking medication on the advice of a pastor that she recently met.
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they told her that the pills would quote - lead to demons entering her body. on july 17, the former kindergarten teacher called her husband and said she was never going to see him again. she crashed her car, walked away and survived the next few weeks begging grasshoppers and other insects. police on her car immediately but jamie was gone. her family and members of her church organized search parties and offered a $100,000 reward. they posted flyers describing her as at risk and missing. they even brought in bloodhounds in a helicopter. he finally found her yesterday morning in a field less than one mile away.>> we saw her moving. and we said it looks like she is alive. and she says i am alive. >> that girl has a will to live. anyone that can survive out here for 17 days - is an amazing gal to me. >> in fact, her family is calling it a miracle. she suffered severe dehydration and sunburn.
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there has been a heat wave across much of california and very little shelter in the open fields where she spent nearly 3 weeks. according to the county sheriff jamie was always just a short walk away from a ranch house and a road but she never tried to flag down help. and in his view she avoided search teams and the helicopter on purpose. >> when we were treating her here, we were talking about getting her to the hospital and such. she does not want anything to do with it. she just wanted us to give her food and water and let her go. >> official said there's nothing criminal about the case. they say jamie just chose to walk away and again, there calling this a miracle. she was found alive. she is being treated at a local hospital in fresno and is expected to recover. >> thank you claudia. new developments in the search for a college professor and administrative work and wanted in connection to a murder in a luxury high-rise in chicago. the pair described as armed and dangerous now behind bars.
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murder of a chicago man turned themselves in. more than 2000 miles away from the scene of the crime. a northwestern university professor in the university of oxford staffer both surrendering to police and california. investigator said they found the 26-year-old man stabbed to death is that of the professor's apartment late last month. here is where things get even more bizarre.
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the suspect reportedly drove to lake geneva, then made $1000 donation to a public library in the victim's name. hours before his body was discovered. >> is a tourist destination. what led that suspect or suspects to the location is still not known to us at this time. it is definitely on behavior for a suspect in a homicide case to make a donation in that person's name.for $1000. >> it does not add up to both suspects are facing murder charges. and to america's override crisis for some states, cities and counties nationwide are now suing us pharmaceutical companies claiming the industry misled doctors about the risks of opioids. we have more. >> i crushed the bottom three vertebrae and then they prescribed me oxycontin. i was given this very very strong pain medicine for a case of bronchitis.
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>> they said you can take it up to six times a day if you need it. they prescribed more. >> the doctors are the best drug dealers you can ever get to request these began as a dr. prescribed painkiller. >> the responsible to go to the doctors, the medical rep, the pharmaceutical company. >> they totally downplayed the addictive nature of their product. >> form arizona attorney general sued the tobacco industry for marketing a deadly product. his target today, the drug industry. >> heroin is back. why? it is back because of these painkillers. >> this lawsuit today is without accountability. >> 25 cities, states and counties are suing opiate manufacturers for deceptive marketing. downplaying the risk of addiction. and overstating drug benefits for chronic pain. >> everyone wanted to make money and they did not really want to hear the truth of what this drug and the damage it really causes. >> according to the feds,
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purdue pharma's sent $30 million a year marketing to swim painkiller. oxycontin. which included doctors promoting the drug as safe. >> they do not have serious medical side effects. >> positions to a great extent took some of this stuff as gospel and did in fact over prescribed. >> the maker of oxycontin denied misleading anyone like other manufacturers they say that opioids are a government approved product and their prescribed by doctors and dispensed by pharmacists. family, friends and a grateful community laid a hero to rest today. this police officer fatally shot by the same and he was trying to help rescue from an overturned car. coming up, the emotional story. also attorney general jeff sessions had 24 leakers of classified information. stop or pay the legal price.
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reported to ask the white house to turn over documents on former national security advisor michael flynn. the request comes as the investigation into possible collusion between the trump campaign and russia continues to expand with mother reportedly handling a second grand jury. the security council coming down hard on north korea voting unanimously to pass their sanctions on the regime. cutting off $1 billion in sports. this after pyongyang tested ballistic missiles twice. we are talking about what comes next. >> are you considering a military action? >> troops on the ground, what does that mean? >> what it means is theyare going to always keep our options on the table. north korea has the opportunity to do the right thing and it is stopping the reckless behavior. we will now see, the united states will respond based on north korea's actions.
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>> you contestable interview with ambassador nikki haley on sunday morning futures airing tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. right here on fox news channel. the justice department saying that attorney general said at least let government officials are damaging the country, he is announcing a crackdown after the president trump timber being very weak on leaks. tonight the president is praising jeff sessions for cracking down. the white house now stressing comp as a jeff sessions will deliver. >> i know that there is a consent sometimes but these things cannot be done overnight. the attorney general is a serious man, he has told the fbi come until the national security division of the doj, this is the priority. and there will be results. he will get to the bottom of this. >> for more on this we go to learn in washington.
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>> attorney general jeff sessions says is a staggering number of leaks that led him to announce the department of justice would not hesitate to criminally charge anyone who leaks classified information. the fbi has created a new counterintelligence unit specifically to tackle the problem. >> the one thing i think that attorney general might want to do more is substitute the word leaker for criminals. because that's what these folks are. >> just this week transcription the president's private phone calls were leaked. they said this is more than tripled in the first six month of the trump administration then during the end of the obama administration. >> just the idea that the president of the united states cannot have a confidential phone call with another head of state is outrageous. when you get democrat politicians on the hill say that the leak is disgraceful, you know we have sunk into a new low. >> jeff sessions has threatened
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anyone that endangers national security through leaking. even the possibility of reviewing the doj policy on issuing subpoenas to reporters who leaked information.the director of the aclu speech privacy and technology project saying in a statement, a crackdown on leaks is a crackdown on the free press. and on democracy as a whole. the announcement comes less than two weeks after the president publicly criticized jeff sessions for being weak on leaks. some say yesterday's briefing was a way for jeff sessions to reassure the president. also warnings would be leakers to think twice before talking to reporters. >> thank you very much. and a quick reminder to tune into fox news sunday tomorrow when chris wallace's stomach republican senator of north carolina visits on the judiciary committee. he will be talking about the expending probe into russia. blessings refinement details.
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will be sure to watch it at two or 10:00 p.m. eastern police officers from all of the country gathering annapolis today for the funeral of defendant erin allen who was killed last week responded to a car crash that is when authorities say amen it was trying to help -- he was trying to help this man and he shot him. the police chief said this solemn vow toall -- to allen's wife. >> stacy, tj, and junior. we support you guys here and now. your part of the family whether you really want to be or not. you will not be able to get away from us. >> the lieutenant was just 38 years old. the suspect in the killing is
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been charged with murder. a troubling trend on the rise here in the us get authority saying that they are seeing an increase in gun theft. the atf reporting a 175 percent increase over the past five years. and gun stores are a huge target for criminals. we have more. >> the criminals showed no hesitation. smashing through front doors with stolen vehicles if necessary to still dozens of firearms in minutes. the atf says gun store robberies and theft of 175 percent over the last five years. 20 semiautomatic weapons taken with no arrest in colorado. >> the's are taken and potentially will hurt someone and cause death. >> in tucson broad daylight was not a deterrent. >> they stood around with money in hand ready to make a
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purchase it seems. coming in for that one item. four minutes later, they were gone and out the door. >> security systems do not always matter. when failing to smash a car through, steve's in castle rock colorado returned and attached tow cables to the front doors to pull them open. plus there is a certain amount of loss acceptable.and a lot of retail businesses. in ours it is not. quest nationwide in 2012 there were close to 5800 guns stolen. in 2016, it neared 9300. the atf caused the rise in the number of unregulated guns ending up in the hands of criminals, alarming. saying that often, organize gangs target shop at -- shop after shop.atf says it offers a $10,000 reward for information leading to arrest but mrs. how much it helps. and there are no federal security regulations on gun stores. only recommendations.
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>> why the dramatic increase and why now? federal agents say they do not know. in denver, fox news. >> parts of the american west with wild weather, historic heat and downpours.flash flooding all in the mix. >> this year with the fires and the floods, it was the craziest year. we have never seen anything like was really something else. >> crazy weather all right from places like arizona to seattle. millions of people have been affected. check out this scene in las vegas for sin city brought to a standstill. with this flash flooding literally prompting several rescues and has left one person missing. when will things settle down? we will have a report coming up. also scientists announce a major breakthrough concerning the building blocks of the
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discovery was first reported last week. >> people were that the same approach can be used to make designer babies. >> for the first time researchers have been able to edit genes in a human embryo to repair disease causing mutation. publishing their findings this week in the journal. they say that the breakthrough holds the potential for one-day preventing serious diseases not only in individuals but their offspring. >> will have changes that are potentially inherited, from these gene alterations, we do need to think very carefully about that. >> kathy's associate directory of the emory center for ethics. quickly we moved on this pathway would be persuaded that there were other non-disease oriented changes that we want to remove from the population? >> the authors say that they oppose the idea of using gene editing for cosmetic purposes but rather spare people from harmful potentially fatal diseases. >> we are not trying to modify
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genes but actually correct so-called mutant genes to make them normal. >> what they are able to repair in the lab is what causes heart disease. >> they said that it will be sometime before a procedure is able to go out of the lab and used an actual pregnancy. but they say now is the time for a society to begin discussions and debate on what role gene editing should play in medicine. in atlanta, fox news. a fox extreme weather alert now. the las vegas strip was hit hard by flash flooding. official state has left one person missing and pump to the rescue of seven others swept away by the rushing waters. this is just the latest episode in a series of wild weather out west. our meteorologist is joining is now with more and yes, there has to be a lot of crazy weather out there.
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what is going on? >> wild weather out west is right and in a lot of different forms. one are the continued high temperatures. these are calming down a little bit. heiser in the 90s, it had been potter but still incredibly warm for this time of year for the pacific northwest. they do not usually see temperatures like this. otherwise just flooding across parts of the desert southwest. every afternoon, there it is firing up once again you are seeing an explosion of slow-moving thunderstorms. these can bring a transfer flash flooding. that is what has been happening so far. another system we are paying attention to this one has the potential to really drop a lot of rain.this system him moving through portions of central missouri has been a very slow mover. has provided a lot of very heavy rainfall. i want to show you the future radar. unfortunately, there we are. this goes all the way until
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tomorrow morning before it begins to move out of central missouri. means that there is a lot of time for more range of pile up. we are going to get impressive rainfall totals in areas where we have already seen three or four inches. it is possible. there you look at the monitor on the top and we are talking about another six inches and maybe some cases eight inches additional rainfall in central missouri. flooding will certainly be an issue. we are tracking up for the rest of the evening into early tomorrow. those folks will want to stay aware. >> and here's something a little more positive. anticipation building for rare total solar eclipse. it happens later this month. it will get people in some part of the country anyway quite an experience. where do we need to be to see this? >> this is a rare one. 99 years as we have seen manacles all the way from the west coast to the east coast. it does not happen very often but right along that line beginning in the pacific
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northwest eventually exiting the country in south carolina greg largest city around the truck will be natural. you have two minutes. a lot of areas to get a partial solar eclipse. but the total solar eclipse will be right along that line there on august 21. a day i am certainly looking forward to.>> what about time? >> it depends where you are. it will be happening late morning and in some cases early afternoon. that is where you will want to pay attention. it will be absolutely everywhere and people will be talking about a peer. >> very cool adam, thank you very much! timothy was concert industry is in full swing this summer. americans are apparently not afraid to spend their hard earned dollars on music. bands and promoters with a surge in ticket sales. we have the story. >> music fans are not holding back this summer when it comes to showing up in droves to see their favorite acts take the stage. this may this year due to has pulled in over $100 million in ticket sales. bands of guns and roses have
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paid over $160 million to see it not in this lifetime tour on a hot summer night. and heavy metal icon iron maiden earned over $16 million in ticket sales in the last two months. when tickets for iron maiden went on sale the band sold over 200,000 tickets on the opening weekend alone! the band has played over half a million plans in north america. we got a behind-the-scenes look at the iron maiden operation in full swing at the berkeley center in brooklyn. with cargo unloaded. >> in your back stage it requires a lot of guitars. check this out. over 20 on stage for iron maiden. the lead singer tells us one reason that fans keep coming back for more is that they always mix it up. playing old and new material. >> you have to take chances and bring new material is taking a chance.but it gets rewarded when the audience gets into it and get involved in it.
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and then come back for more the next time. >> while some of this is top dollar they have a range of ticket prices for people to get through the door. >> is not just important to sell the show but most important thing that people who really love the music and are active in keeping everything alive, that they can afford to go. >> if sales continue at this pace they are on target to be better the left thumb would save 41 percent increase from the air before with $1.7 billion in sales according to billboard new york, fox news. >> this is a riddle. how do you know when it is the heart of summer besides outdoor concerts of course?vladimir putin must be shirtless. is that really him? what do you think? because of a russian strongman latest photo off showing him
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stripped to the waist. and speaking of bare chested, meet one of the oldest active lifeguards on the east coast. what is his secret?
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>> after a week dominated by sensuous talks russian president vladimir putin is bearing a different side. now that is not the saturday night live character. anyway, russian state television shut this video showing him shirtless while fishing on vacation in the mountains of siberia. as you may know, the russian leader has been known over the years to try and cultivate a macho man image with other photo opportunities like these. again, it brings me back to
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saturday night live. at a major most people might want to relax on the beach, 73-year-old jerry lambert is out saving lives. he has been a lifeguard for decades and has no plans of slowing down anytime soon. this is a great story. i love this guy! >> vladimir putin, eat your heart out! this guy has been overlooking the beaches of long island new york for centuries. his story is a reminder that there is nothing, nothing like doing what you love! >> 73 and i feel at 14 again. [laughter] >> jerry is a lifeguard at a beach on long island, new york. >> i am the oldest guy on the beach. >> he worked as an electrician in manhattan for decades but started coming to the beach for a summer job when he was just 17. eventually he moved to florida. but on every summer over 43 years, jerry has found his way back on duty here. >> northeast has the swell, the big stuff is here. it is not in florida.
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>> and like the waves, jerry has become part of the beaches character. >> we love jerry and he loves coming back. he looks forward to it every year. it keeps you young. was even prostate cancer and a knee replacement has not slowed him down. he tests every three years since 1961. >> the essence of being a lifeguard is knowing that you can do the job and that you do it well. and families recognizing found their child. you really feel good. >> asked for heavenly swimmers he has saved - >> it is not a number counts, it is not like a touchdown. >> an old-school answer from a proud lifeguard for life. >> i walked away from a lot of jobs. every day is a pleasure. >> acknowledges this will be his last year as a lifeguard bit will not stop him from surfing. >> i think a lot of ladies that home want to know how they can
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