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>> good morning. i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am patti ann browne. thank you for watching fox and friends first. >> state department leasing more chilling information about the benghazi terror attacks. hillary clinton trying to down-play the e-mail. >> tonenesia arrested a suspect in the assault. good morning peter. >> good morning patti ann. we got our hands on another e-mail that was sent to dozens of military state department personnel in washington about the attack on the state's house
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where ambassador stevens and other americans were hiding out. the shelter we know was a cia state house was a kilometer away from the consulate and the new e-mail was sent at 11:57 on september 11th the night of the attack while the attack was still underway. it didn't say anything about an angry mob that was enrageed by a movie trailer but it says state department personnel were under attack by mortar fire. even though we now know within hours that they were under attack by mortar fire we also now know the man in custody right now connected to the attacks posted something on facebook about what was going on right around the time that it was happening on the 11th of september. secretary clinton said yesterday that didn't mean anything concrete. >> posting something on facebook is not in and of itself evidence i think it just under scores how
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fluid the reporting was at the time and continued for some time to be. >> secretary clinton also said yesterday that despite what all of these leaked e-mails say the press shouldn't jump to conclusions. >> the independent accountability review board is already hard at work looking at erg not cherry picking one story here or one document there. but looking at everything which i highly recommend as the approach yacht approach to something as complex as an attack like this. >> mike rogers republican from michigan looks at these e-mails differently than secretary clinton. he thinks the evidence is more solid and he doesn't think the explanation are howill hold up long erment . >> because of the way they
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coordinated the attack it took some sense of planning. whether it's 24-hours or two weeks it is a preplanned event. for some notion they decided on a whim to show up and be this wildly successful doesn't cut the mustard here. >> given the timing of these leaked e-mails on september is 1th shortly after and during the attack what did the u.s. military do to respond to the atta attack as soon as we found out. questi we still don't know. these e-mails heigighlighti the response by the obama administration. >> that's what sean hannity is talking about. raising serious concerns about the time line of the event. >> they are in the situation room. if it makes it to the white house situation room the white house knew. >> they knew everything that was going on in spite of what their
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claims are. they knew it was terrorist related. does that mean on the night of september 11th the president of the united states went to bed knowing that the first ambassador in 30 years and other americans were killed or under fire then he goes and takes off to vegas, is that possible that all happened? and they were available to retaliate? >> that is exactly what we need to find out. he needs to answer the question what did you know when you went to bed that night? did you go to bed while this attack was still ongoing? >> charles krauthammer also talking about libya offering his take about what thow the administration responded to what they did. >> the stories have one untruth on top of another. the fact that it was an incompetent coverup is not an argument of it being a cover up. a lot of crimes and other stuff in life are incompetent.
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th the theory i have is they might have thought it was going to be a terror attack but unrelenting coverage of the romney statement, the gaff he made and all that. they were uninterested in the story. they might have made an outgoing but the media is interested in the romney stuff not interested in the whole detail. we ride it out until leblgs day. what the secretary of state said that we saw is let's not rush to any judgment because we are going to get a report of the committee. you know what the committee is going to report? in the middle of next month. that means after election day. all they wanted to do from the beginning was to string them out until leblgs day. why not run with a story that it is all about an american nut who released the video not the
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administration. >> stick around for fox and friends they will be joined by binge west former assistant secretary of defense who says the most severe failure in lib r yaw was in aiding the living. >> the top five stories making news at this hour this morning the 17-year-old arrested for the brutal murder of jessica ridge way making the first court appearance. he confessed to his mom about killing that will girl in colorado. she then calls the cops. classmates describe him as a got kid who wanted to be a mortician. >> he was so infatuated with the idea of death just the way he would talk about it it was just different. >> terrifying to think that i knew him. he was always quiet and kept to himself. >> sources say during the search of his house the fbi found parts of ridge way's body in a crawl space. he is also linked to an
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attempted kidnapping of a 22-year-old back in may. a man is shot dead while leading morning prayer service at one of the nation's largest churches. 39-year-old greg mcdowell a husband and father of two. he was a volunteer in georgia. floyd palmer is accused of walking into a chapel opening fire killing mcdowell. police raised him inside a mall after a manhunt. he is a former church maintenance man who resigned in august. >> the family research council now facing terror charges. floyd lee korkins the second brought in a bag of chik-fil-a sandwiches and before opening fire he said he didn't like the owner's politics. voters in 23 counties in florida are receiving letters
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claiming to be from their election supervisor. the letter says voters have to resubmit because they are no longer citizens and could be imprisoned if they try to vote. the mail appears to be an intimidation tactic targeting republicans. >> it's not identifying a person's ethnic background. it's really identifying what appears to be republicans and what is refer to do super republicans and the fact that they vote every election. >> the fbi is now investigating. president obama on "the tonight show"" his third time since taking initiative. the rules are going out the window for halloween. >> she takes healthy eating seriously, but it is an election year so candy for everybody. if anybody comes from ohio to
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the white house we will get a her she bar about this big. >> the first lady keeping up the late night tour and visiting jimmy kimmel tonight. that's your 5@5:00. now to an extreme weather alert picking up steam in the caribbean making land fall in cuba this morning. you are looking at video where wicked waives are forcing swimmers out and surfers into the water. let's go to janice dean she has an update on hurricane sandy. >> good morning. this is increasingly looking like a very bad situation from the mid atlantic toward the northeast. i can't stress this enough if you live across the east coast you need to be paying close attention to sandy. overnight last night it strengthened to a major category 3 storm. now making land fall across cuba it is expected to go over the bahamas and maintain it's hurricane strength. what happens over the next several days we think this storm
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is going to hug the coastline and eventually perhaps make land fall as an extra tropical system much like a nor' easter. a very strong nor' easter with hurricane force winds. we could have strong storm surge and flooding rainfall for millions of millions of people. let's take a look at the track at 5:00 a.m. it's a brand new track. category 2 storm still expected to be category 2 in the next 24-hours stim a category 1 friday and saturday. you will feel the potential of tropical storm force winds look what happens as we head into this weekend and early next week. this will be absorbed by a cold front and backtracked in toward the mid atlantic and northeast. i want to show you a reliable forecast model that is performed very well all season. this forecast model brings it right into the peninsula as a potential catastrophic storm. so this isn't the resolution but it is something to be mindful of
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anywhere from the carolinas up toward main you need to be paying close attention to sandy. we will bring you the latest from the fox extreme weather center. >> janice dean, thank you. now some stories you can bank on this morning there could be improvements in the economy in 2013. but it all depends on a big what if. that requires congress to work together. lauren simonetti joins us in the fox business network to explain all of this. is that possible, lauren? >> it may not feel like it out there but the economy is getting better slowly. nearly two-thirds of 48 economists surveyed agreed they said gdp to come in at 2.3 percent and unemployment to fall to 7.6 percent. doesn't sound too bad. as for the fiscal cliff, we will duck it. a majority agree the payroll tax the one that saves you $19 a month that should expire but the bush tax cuts those they say
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should be extended. >> then i hear enough already the employees were all burned out. >> stressing out a causing burning out. 63 percent of workers surveyed say they feel high levels of stress extreme fatigue. 39 percent say the reason is more likely because they are getting more work and that is because their co-workers have been laid off. we are all doing more these days. 36 percent say the heavy workload makes them work harder. prolonged jobless certainties and stagnant pay has caused this feeling of worker burnout across america. >> lots of people being spread thin. >> halloween i understand adults are taking advantage of this more so than ever this year. >> this is the first year i am not celebrating. are you dressing up? >> of course i am. >> patti, are you dressing up? >> if you are celebrating halloween you are probably spending close to $80 on
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costumes decorations and candy. in all $8 billion on halloween most of it like you said is going to be spent by adults on adults. we are spending more on our costumes than kid's costumes. thanks so much, lauren. good to see you. the time is 13 after the hour. coming up usually it's the other way around but this homeless man is being hailed a hero after rush to go the rescue of police officers under attack. what if you didn't have to pay taxes to the government, instead your boss pocketing the cash suspended however he or she likes. that's what could happen in one state. haha. there's more than that though, there's a kick to it. wahlalalalallala! smooth, but crisp. it's kind of like drinking a food that's a drink, or a drink that's a food, woooooh! [ male announcer ] taste it and describe the indescribable. could've had a v8. wanted to provide better employee benefits
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>> 16 after the hour. hoarse what you missed while you were sleeping. a lake inside a krader there has reached record heights.
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it's 100 feet from spilling over. once it reaches 60 feet visitors will be allowed to watch the lava flow from a nearby museum. this is the bite a great white shark took out of a man's surf board before killing him. a 16 to 15 foot great white killed a man tuesday. beaches there are closed again today. thanks patti ann. many say ohio will decide this presidential election. both campaigns seem to agree. both are seeing unprecedented get out the vote hoping to leave no vote unturned. more than 800,000 ohioans have already cast a ballot in large part due to the badgering of these campaigns. in ohio we are seeing a ground game unlike anything we have seen in previous campaigns. republicans alone have directly contacted nearly 6 million ohio
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voters 2 million of them face to face. with the data available we are doing it with information and concerns specific to this household. >> with polls split in the single digits at their widest the ground became has never been as important and detailed as it is in the key battle ground of the state of ohio. >> will you be supporting paul ryan and mitt romney? >> he has knocked on 300 doors just this week with the possibility efforts like his could decide the presidency. >> there's a lot of weight on your shoulders. >> a lot of weight. >> i put in 200 yard signs myself. >> democrats supported by unions. the machine tested and energized having recently defeated an anti union law championed by the republican governor. >> it's a huge advantage. it is one of the things that isn't focused on by the media. >> through that through the primary voting trends have been established individual voters in
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the data basis and recorded gracively by the phone. >> are you going to support mitt romney for president? >> through the mail and in person with detailed information about what that voter wants. >> there is no hiding under a rock you have to be in a different universe if you haven't received some means of door knocker. >> every voter in the buckeye state knows his or her vote counts. >> we are very intensely aware here. >> if you are in the battle ground states and the door knocking to stop there's a way to do it vote early. if you cast your ballot within a couple days they will know you are a done deal and they will stop spending the money to contact you. >> good advice. 19 after the hour. still ahead we are hours away from the weekly jobless claims and if you are one of those folks looking for work cheryl casone is here to help you get a job. >> it is hard to up stage the
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>> it is 23 after the hour. the family of the new jersey girl killed over a bmx bike is not happy with the way the search for their daughter was handled. adam pascual's parents want the state attorney general to investigate police. they want to know why an amber alert was never issued and accused cops of not responding fast enough. workers may soon play their state taxes to their employers. it poses letting employers keep 95 percent of new employee taxes if they hire 250 new workers from wednesdpennsylvania. the bill passed in the house and senate but the governor still has not passed.
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>> hours the first of two jobless reports from the election will be released. the monthly jobless reports comes out 2 days before the election. if you are one in the statistics we have help for you. cheryl casone is here she has three companies hiring right now. >> there are a lot of people who are looking for work and struggling to find the right type of jobs. some of the companies come out of a different range of jobs. general motors is the first one. you know this company. they are the car maker they make buicks and chryslers and cadillacs and chevrolets. cadillac chevrolet are not hireing this week. these are high-tech jobs. right now they want to out source 90 percent of the it work in the company. they want to bring those jobs back in. they are hiring in two places hiring in detroit michigan and also down in texas.
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but they are looking for a mix here. again it work to try to help the auto maker auto mate if you know what i am saying here. >> great. great they are trying to stop the out sourcing. burlington coat factory. >> thoeped flag ship in new york city and huge store in chicago. they are expanding. the company is doing well. 230 jobs open right now. 90 in store but 55 are corporate type jobs. 230 jobs total at this point not just flag ship but corporate as well. >> chesapeake energy. >> number two natural gas producer in this country chesapeake energy big boom in natural gas right now production. they have got about 300 openings right now. they are looking for engineers people who could be drivers and also people who could do oil spill services as well.
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oklahoma, ohio, pennsylvania, west virginia number 18 on fortune's top companies to look for. if you want more information on the companies more details go to casone knee exchange.com. we want to help you out. we will have more on the economy. >> you can also e-mail cheryl we have the address up there. >> very acceptable. the time right now 26 after the hour. still to come michelle malkin making it clear she is not bff with debbie wasser man schultz. >> the lying people like debbie wasser man schultz right now she is in a class list all by herself. >> what did the dnc chairwoman have to say to get her so fired up? >> this homeless man is being hailed as a hero after rush to
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go the aid of police officers under attack.
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>> welcome back to "fox & friends first". i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am patty ann brown. we want to welcome ainsley back
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that leads to quick shots of the morning. here is ainsley on her wedding day. this is what we are seeing. >> this is my beautiful husband will proctor. we had a great time. i am so blessed to have met this man. he is wonderful. his parents are great. we got married in his hometown winter park florida. this is kimberly guilfoyle next to will and andrea next to me and our friend on bloomberg tv. these are some of the fox cars that went down and the car we drove away and the monogram. >> beautiful. welcome back. >> thank you. >> we are 12 days away from one of the most important elections in history. >> where will candidates be working to gain the last minute support from voters? doug luzader has moren today's campaign event. >> good morning, doug. >> what a schedule for both of them. these were the stops yesterday. look how many were in play
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including we have highlighted california here not exactly a swing state but the president went there last night to appear on "the tonight show" where he talked about the importance of early voting. >> we should be thinking about ways to make it easier for folks to vote not to make it harder for folks to vote. that is why the early voting is terrific. in iowa i think 25 percent of the people have already voted in ohio folks already voting in a whole bunch of states. that is important for people who don't have as much flexibility on the job. >> the obama campaign is pushing this because they think they have a lead when it comes to early voting. the president is going to vote early today in chicago. take a look at real clear
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politics. nevertheless it shows momentum he has been building. he was in iowa before heading to ohio today. >> the commitment i want to get from you is you will find someone who voted for tore barack obama last time and vote for me this time. >> both campaigns may be mulling over a distant but bizarre possibility that is we could have a tie in the electoral college. everything is controlled the congress. they will pick romney for president but the senate is another story. >> the senate decides who the vice president is it would probably be still in democratic hands and would take joe biden. you would have a romney biden
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ticket made vice and vice president of the united states. it would be one crazy finish to one crazy election year. >> crazy and unlikely finish but this is one possible 269 to 269 scenario where ohio goes to the president but romney picks up a lot of other swing states and suddenly things even out. if that happens we have a lot of drama to play out after november 6th. back to you guys. >> could you image? >> crazy is the word. >> the race for the white house is what michelle malcolm is talking about this morning. >> she is talking about what republicans need to do in order for mitt romney to win the white house. >> as long as republicans and conservatives are out there reminding people of the failures and the record, the failed record verses the high and mighty hope and change rhetoric i don
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i don't see why there still is an undecided voter left. i think mitt romney was effective in the last debate in tieing economic security and national security. when you have these -- we have talked about them before the lying liars and the crack weasels like debbie lassar man schultz out there she is in a classlessness all by herself accusing people of being unpatriotic both in their criticism of obama nomics but these bloody daryl liuties. >> she will be here with more reaction to this and the latest developments in libya. time now for the 5 at 5:30. the top stories making news at this hour and on to the lathes in libya. internal e-mails show the obama administration knew an al qaeda linked group claim responsibility for the benghazi
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terror attack as it happened. hillary clinton is now trying to down-play that. >> posting something on facebook is not in and of itself evidence. i think it just under scores how fluid the reporting was at the time and continued for some time to be. >> another e-mail revealing the benghazi shelter location came under attack 6 hours after the initial alert. we are also learning that tonenesia says it has a suspect in custody for the terror attack. a man hadn't is underway for the person who targeted and shot 5 family members. three of them died. two others are in critical condition including a 13-year-old boy. a man first went into the family owned fire protection business, spoke to the people inside and then opened fire. he went down to the street to one of the family member's houses and shot two others. the suspect got away in a black
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chevy camaro that police say belonged to intsomeone in the family. a voter fraud scandal rocking the campaign of jim more ran. his son caught on camera talking about people using fake documents to pose as voters. >> he told the activist to tell the voters to make sure they won't be voting. more ran resigned in the campaign which calls his actions an error in judgment. it was videoed by james o'keefe. a man rushes to the help of a police officer who is being attacked on the streets of dallas. you can see the officer, he's backing up with his baton in his hand trying to keep that attacker away. that's when charles alexander runs over right as backup
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officers were arriving he body slams the guy to the ground. police believe the attacker was high on pcp at the time. the attacker is recovering serious injuries. >> romance stole the show in the presidential photo op. president obama was visiting students at a school when this picture was snapped. the president is chatting with two students has no idea about this little couple kissing above him. that is your 5 at 5:30. >> more like the little boy trying to kiss the girl. >> now to an extreme weather alert hurricane sandy making land fall this morning in cuba. janice dean has more from the extreme weather center. good morning janice. >> good morning. this will be a storm to remember for parts of the east coast if the computer model comes together as we would like. this may be much like the perfect storm in 91 where the
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hurricane was absorbed by the cold front and became a super storm a perfect storm. this could potentially happen. border line category 3 storm when it made land fall. it was a category 3 it lost steam category 2 at 1.5 miles per hour. look at the satellite imagery scraping across south florida. could have the potential for going into a tornado as it moves north up toward the bahamas and east coast of florida. watch the track. this is 5:00 a.m. we get an advisory with each track we have to be really careful. we want to make sure anywhere from the carolinas to the northeast we are prepared. we think a cold front will absorb this storm and push it back toward the northeast potentially for a land fall. it won't be a hurricane but we will see hurricane force winds from storm surge and extraordinarily gusty winds.
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this could be a very devastating event. i want to put that out there because we could see potentially devastating effects across areas that have millions of people. back to you patti ann and ainsley. it is time now to step into the fox flight with michael camaro. we are finally getting a peek at justin timberlake and jessica beil's big day. >> good morning. they have been married less than a week. already justin timberlake and jessica beil are going public with the details of their big day. here is the happy couple on the cover of "people. >> they scored a 300,000 deal with the magazine. a couture gown while timberlake a custom tom ford tux. >> they are all the rage this year. he is over the moon for her. >> how about tom cruise i hear he is going to court because of his daughter.
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>> tom cruise firing back against a tabloid cover story that suggested he abandoned 6-year-old surrey after his divorce. he is suing the publisher of life & style for $15 million. he sent letters to the magazine informing them the headline was false and demanded retractions but was refused. we will see how that shakes out. >> what about the angel ball. what exactly is that? >> the stars were dolled up last night in new york city for a good cause. celebrities like smoky robinson and kim kardashian and kanye west went to the angel ball that benefits the fight for cancer. i talked to them before and found out why they decided to be a part of the night. >> a given time of year you reflect on things that you have and things that still need to be accomplished like research curing cancer. >> what two better reasons a good friend of yours is combatting cancer.
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>> we both have a a real connection to this cause. >> the event hosted by gabriel's foundation rose $3.7 million. >> we are all touched by cancer. >> super man big news regarding him. >> super man is the next in the latest issue of the comic. he quits his day job to become a blogger. i recently sat down with the co-teachers publisher at new york city's comic can. he assured me there's more in store for the super hero getting ready to celebrate the 75th anniversary next year. >> the challenges that question who super man is in regards to physically and mentally. how did you fit in the world destructive and what sort of things might come against him because of that. >> you can catch my entire interview with dido on foxnews.com for the hollywood
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buzz go to fox at michael. >> congratulations by the way. >> good to see you. 32 after the top of the hour. still ahead we know not getting stuff sleep is bad for you. but it might be even worse than you think. plus a crash sends a tug boat sinking to the bottom of the sea in just seconds. how the crew got out with just moments to spare. with the spark cash card from capital one,
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>> it is 46 after the hour. let's span the globe to see what stories are making headlines overseas. first to pakistan. justice might be on the way tfo a teenaged girl shot in the head by the taliban. police raised nine people they believe are responsible including a man they suspect is the ringleader.
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the 15-year-old was shot while demanding education rights for young girls. she remains in stable condition at a hospital in england. >> next to africa where a dutch war ship that is destroyed a sam m some molly pirate ship. their ship returned fire destroying the boat. 25 pirates were detained. no one on board the dutch war ship was injured. a federal prosecutor fired a billion dollar lawsuit accusing one of the nation's largest banks of massive mortgage fraud. diane macedo is here with more. >> the government filed a $1 billion lawsuit against bank of america alleging the bank's countrywide unit engaged in a scheme to defraud fannie mae and freddie mac between 2005 and 2007. they took a program called hustle which intentionally
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designs processed loans at high speeds without quality checkpoints. they sold the loans fraudulent or otherwise defective to fannie mae and freddie mac which got stuck in $1 billion in losses and foreclosures when the loans defaulted. b of a says it has been working with fanny and freddie to buy back the mortgages it is responsible for. bank of america has stepped up and acted responsibly to resolve mortgage matters to claim we have purchased loans from fannie mae is simply false. they scant expect to claim losses that were caused by the economic downturn. we could see this play out in court. jp morgan chase are facing similar accusations. >> diane macedo. thank you. 48 after the hour. not once not twice but a third one is the charm for a robber
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who couldn't stay away from one particular convenience store. >> you have seen the star studded political ads but does hollywood really sway the voters? let's check in with brian kilmeade and see what's coming up on fox and friends. >> as if you didn't check the rundown already and don't know yourself. thank you for coming along already. the investigation continues to unwind we have more e-mails. they are coming in fast and furious. a rescue operation that never came to be. the polls are tighter than ever here to break it down karl rove will be here live and senator james imhoff here live. the polls couldn't have been tighter chris chew low from our crane camera will be on the show. don't go away. are we there yet? are we there yet? are we there yet? [ male announcer ] it's the question we ask ourselves every day. is it the safest, the most efficient?
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>> people who don't get 7 or 8 hours of sleep a night have a chance at gaining weight. mo hormone levels in sleep deprived people weigh more and low energy to exercise can also lead to weight gain. the airline flew a jet over 900 times without proper inspecti s inspections. a leaky fuel pump was fixed but never properly tested. u.s. airways denies the claim. >> both campaigns are bringing major star power. >> william loss necessa losh /* takes a look. most will not admit i voted
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for president obama because barbra streisand told me so. celebrity money and fame can bring them into the tent and help validate a voter's choice. >> voted for barack obama. >> we watched their movies. listened to their music. >> my personal style is easy. >> take their advice on products. but do celebrities influence voters? >> they don't want to think celebrities are telling them how to vote. they think their expertise is outside of the political world. >> that doesn't mean they are not valuable. >> people who read a publication like us weekly aren't on a political web site. when they see pictures of the celebrities endorsing the presidential candidate they are paying attention more. >> let's hear it for paul ryan. >> the kid rock appearance drives turnout and generates
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media coverage. >> candidates try to surround themselves with people from outside of the political world in order to enhance their own credibility. >> every president inherits challenges. >> which explains why the president asked morgan freeman to marry this ad and romney had clint eastwood. the stars go to obama with george clooney and jay-z and beyonce helping him raise $20 million. >> when you see celebrities come out for political events it brings a different group of people into politics. >> the celebrity arms race if you will continues. katie perry performed in las vegas for a free concert on be had a of president obama. while clint eastwood's ads began airing yesterday. >> william la jeunesse, thanks. a tug boat sinks to the
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♪ one minute to the top of the hour. we look at the good, bad ask ugly. a new hampshire's woman's ring was recovered before the wedding . it was found in the pawn shop. the bad . two men escaped a sinking tug boat. the men are a-okay. ugly, the man robbing the same convenience store 2 times in a week. he robbed the pamp no beach shop and he's still on the loose. time to get scrambled up. steve doocy is here. i thought it

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