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side, uptown, downtown. so many people have driven their and ugly angry former bees cars in there. new restrictions beginning today attacking the poor cableguy in that mayor bloomberg put in in arizona . he was stung more than 100 terms of car pooling at certain times across bridges and tunnels. it was a devastating, tough day. times. he should be okay. took people three and four hours time for the scrammled up. to get into new york city and three and four hours it get >> gretchen: this would be home. >> gretchen: those regulations haven't been in effect since shark. after 9-11, the first time that >> shark. some of the restrictions came that is a story i am familiar into place. luckily mass transit, will be up with. "fox and friends" starts right now. and running at least partially. >> steve: that's right. >> gretchen: good morning, everyone. peter, you used the word it is november 1st, 2012 and i devastating. the president of the united states got a good look at the am gretchen carlson. devastation yesterday when he i hope you have a great day. we are talking about hurricane toured it with chris christie. afterwards, he did have some sandy because millions are comments about how the federal without power and relying on government was there to help. this is actually two days ago, generators for power. the president talking about how and now there is fear about he was going to eliminate the gas shortage. >> steve: that is one of the red tape. >> my message to the federal few stations open. folks news e-mail that went to government, no bureaucracy, no the state department and could red tape. be the smoking gun on libya. get resources where they're need
as fast as possible, as hard as possible, and for the duration. >> president obama responding to hurricane from the >> steve: here is the thing, he's been president for four situation room. but where was the picture on years. why is there still so much red september 11th when americans tape? apparently there is. over seas were killed in plus, there is this thing, the libya. "fox and friends" starts right president showed up in new now. jersey with the guy who runs fema. fema is the operation that runs ♪ the federal flood insurance ♪ "fox and friends". program. a lot of people down along the jersey shore and long island as well, they have insurance for >> gretchen: good morning, peter is in for brian. flooding through federal >> steve: it is november 1st government. there could be tens of billions of dollars worth of damage and tens of billions of dollars all saints day and yesterday's worth of claims. but did you realize this? all souls day . and people are praying for right now in the kitty of that help because millions are particular flood program, without power and millions in they've got $3.8 billion. this area that are hurting. a lot of it is in loans and they >> gretchen: no kidding. we have a fox news alert. still owe $18 billion from remember the picture of katrina. >> peter: what will be necessary, unfortunately it september 11th? the white house pushing this appears, is that there needs to be congressional authorization,
picture. that the president would have to where was the picture on go back to the congress and get september 11th this year in additional money to fund the regard to ben benghazi. program going forward. >> steve: and going to peter we know that with regard to doocy who is live in the katrina, it cost about nation's capitol with a look $3.8 billion. at the president touring new irene, $1.8 billion. we don't understand what this is jersey yesterday. >> that's right. going to be costing. president obama and governor maybe as great as katrina at this point. christy stood side by side >> steve: absolutely. looking at how far the focs in >> gretchen: there is an argument about federal versus state. some said the states should be in charge of some of this relief the garden city have to go money so you don't have to go before things get back to and request to the federal. i understand why you have to go normal. the president promising he before congress, because will do his best to make sure otherwise you could have a situation where you're giving that happens as soon as out money willy nilly. possible. >> i can promise you the >> peter: in essence, fema has federal government will work an ability to print money. closely with the state and and as we were talking about local officials and we will before, steve, who in the end not quit until this is done. will be paying for our flood damage in the short-term? who will be putting up the >> the president will try to dollars? will china? avoid red tape and bureaucracy will we be becoming more indebt can helping states that were slammed by sandy and to do china as a result of our yesterday's yesterday was void floods? >> steve: that's right. it's never free money. congress can say okay, we're of about tuesday's election going to come up with the dough
which is something that depov and here is the thing, fema has gov christy appreciated . this gigantic program with over >> the president and i are big a trillion dollars worth of property insured, but they only boys and business of politics got $3 billion in the bank. and we are aware that the that's crazy. but because we've got such a election is in six district gigantic deficit right now, attorneys and i asked him peter, you're exactly right. where he is campaign doing if the congress says okay, let's put more money in the 'til for next . but most of the time we talked fema, that money is probable lea about the problems. going to be borrowed from china. >> governor christy is one of >> peter: also, people sign up and they pay for flood insurance mitt romney's important program and so they pay premiums surrogates and delivering the key note in the republican and it should be paid. national convention two but there is a cost. monthses ago. >> gretchen: yeah. mitt romney is careful not to i think most americans don't mind paying taxes if it's going campaign too fely while people to help these devastated people. they might want to crack down on are in the east coast. waste that we're in the as he made his closing government first. >> peter: that's absolutely argument. he made sure everyone in the right. >> gretchen: so when the president went to new jersey event was thinking about yesterday, he flew over point everyone who is hurting. pleasant, one of the most devastated regions in new jersey with governor christie. >> please go vote early and somebody else had something else send a dollar extra to the red in mind. apparently they're not a president obama fan. cross. because in all the sand that for our folks that are in washed up, somebody put letters harm's way.
>> today mitt romney will campaign in the state of virginia as the president r, o, m, n, e, y. rallies in wisconsin and nevada and colorado, a sign that both campaigns are moving >> steve: why? because they love him. we have gotten some cables full steam ahead toward tuesday after slowing down in labeled secret that shows that sandy's aftermath. about less than a month before back to you . the assault on our consulate in >> steve: five-days to go . benghazi, apparently they had an you saw it live when the emergency meeting to talk about the security there. the next day after the emergency president landed air force meeting, they sent to took marine 1 to tour the washington, d.c. and to hillary clinton, in fact, a cable that devastation in the jersey shore. interestingly enough. you can see the president of said, we're really worried about security here because there are the united states shaking a urge but of militias and hands with chris christy. when they were in marine 1 and al-qaeda training camps. they could not defend begins a touring the shore line. coordinated attack and addressed it to hillary clinton. someone had wrote romney. this is one of the things that romney was a message that they katherine herrage was addressing got from marine one. last night on greta van susteren. >> the status of the cable is that i really believe having >> election is not that far read it, that it is the smoking away. >> gretchen: meanwhile the gun warning here. you've got this emergency
widespread destruction for sandy is most expensive in meeting in benghazi less than a history. month before the attack. people are slowly getting back to daily routines. at that droving, the people are -- briefing, the people are six million remain without power and could be weeks before the lights are turned told there are ten al-qaeda back on. and the death tollis up to 74 militias in benghazi. . that they need extra help. that number expected to keep this information goes directly climbing as workers comb to the office of the secretary of state, hillary clinton. through rubble. >> gretchen: so why is this problematic for the battery park of new york and administration? because, of course, the we'll have the latest. narrative that was coming out of good morning to you . the administration was that there was no prior warning. >> we are right here in this shows a month before there was this dire situation and we battery park underpass here saw the e-mails that came from walking along the police line. the ambassador himself as well. can'tcan't get further . >> peter: we know the permanent wall was breached by an explosion, that there had been there is 50 fet water. an assassination attempt on the british ambassador. the red cross facility had also the president is been asked to been bombed. so there were assevers send in crews in to try to dry bombing -- a series of bombings this out. and actions taken against we'll be with them later american facilities in the past. today. we can tell you thatiers jers >> steve: it started with a
is dealing with all sors of cover-up. it looks like there was a cover-up to many and now the transportation issues as limp new york some of the subway administration is stonewalling systems will start to run at because five days before the big election. here is newt gingrich last night 6:00 today right around now it on "hannity." will get busy. >> it's very clear if you look we have live pictures for you at the reports we now have that from new jersey and fights the seals who -- the former breaking out in the pump. seals who stayed to defend the and half of the homes and ambassador and defend the businesses are without power and more than 80 percent of consulate, they thought until they were killed at 4:00 o'clock in the morning, that there was the filling stations are going to be a c 130 gunship unable to sell gas. overhead. they were using a laser designator to target the mortars it is delaying the starting. that were the biggest threat and they apparently thought there major pipe lines and was going to be an airplane overhead to take out those refineries are shut down. mortars. so they thought help was on the one thing that governor chris way. the white house is playing games christy has done . with us. who was in charge? he will allowing out of state who did the president say should sellers to be able to give the take care of this? did they want to, in fact, gas to all of the filling rescue the ambassador and the people who were being killed stayings in new jersey which with him? why was nothing done for seven is not allowed normally unless hours? you now have seven weeks of they are licensed to do so and that is welcome news to new refusal to explain seven hours and i find it very mystifying.
jerseyians who were hardest hit by hurricane sandy. >> steve: a lot of people do. the state department was asked about this cable, the secret >> gretchen: thank you very much. cable by fox news. >> steve: one of the things the state department declined to regarding the gas situation. comment, said hey, it's i drove up to the city and all classified. they said wait for the gas stations were closed because of no electricity and investigation results which will be after the elections. they can't pump anything. >> gretchen: now the rest of the so many people not only the headlines. a real life halloween horror. a woman charged with the brutal cars are running dry, but murders of her 7-year-old son and five-year-old girl in her portable generators run on gas care. phreen if you don't have police found the children during a well-being check at the 40 gasoline you don't have yearly's house in napeleville. electricity. when i drove to work this they also -- napeleville and morning, you know the famous discovered two dogs stabbed to satellite picture of north korea where the lights are death. senator from new jersey, out, that's what it looked daily caller reporting while he like. >> i was talking to friends was on vacation in the dominican republic, used the services of here at fox. two prostitutes. i am worried about getting the women say he agreed to give into work. them $500. i have a generator and maybe neither said they knew who he was, but recognized him later as we'll run out of gas for that. i need to have gasoline show the senator. he's up for reelection on tuesday. in response, his spokeswoman up at work. said, quote, we refuse to >> you have to have three respond to a completely false peoples to get in new york. accusation. those are your quick headlines.
we are all here this morning. >> steve: straight ahead on this >> steve: i was going to add thursday, this idea really stinks. gretchen. peta is demanding a memorial for millions of people in new york fish killed in a car accident. city area this morning are get this, they want taxpayers to walking up absolutely frozen, foot the bill. it was very, error chilly. >> peter: we're just days away from the election and mitt romney's gaining ground with >> frozen in a lot of places. independent voters. but will that lead him to the >> gretchen: the libya story that fox has aggressively white house? a fair and balanced debate with juan williams and andrea covered. katherine harris one of our tantaros coming up next reporters breaking the story . jenna shared her recipe with sharon, it looks as if the month before the september 11th attack on the consulate in benghazi there was an alert that was sent out and foreshadowing and warning to the state department saying two things. al-qaida training camps that were happening in libya and in benghazi and the consulate who emailed it to emily, could not defend any kind of who sent it to cindy, who wondered why her soup wasn't quite the same. coordinated attack. is this the smoking agun that the recipe's not the recipe... ohhh. [ female announcer ] ...without swanson. the broth cooks trust most when making soup.
people were looking for that mmmm! [ female announcer ] the secret is swanson. this government knew the situation a month before it happened? five days later, i had a massive heart attack. here is katherine. >> the status of the cable i bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. really believe having red - now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. read it, it is a smoking gun. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my story. an emergency meeting less than a month before the attack. people are told there are 10 islamic militias in benghazi . the consulate needs extra help. and this information goes to the directly to the office of secretary of state hillary clinton. >> steve: goes directly to hillary clinton . this flyies in the face of the mem that the white house is pushing. we didn't have warning that there was trouble there. a hybrid? most arein just no fun to drive. that simply is not true . on august 8th. now, here's one that will make you feel alive. ambassador stevens sent a meet the five-passenger ford c-max hybrid. cable that benghazi was a c-max says ha.
security vacume and on c-max says wheeee. september 11th the ambassador which is what you get, don't you see? was under fire and siege and cause c-max has lots more horsepower than prius v, growing problems with security and now the new cable shows a hybrid that c-max also bests in mpg. there was a potential for a say hi to the all-new 47 combined mpg c-max hybrid. coordinated attack. clearly this is not the message that the white house wants to push. newt gingrich was on with shawn hanitet and he is the physical damage was pretty bad. disgusted by it >> the white house is playing games with the emotional toll was even worse. us. who was in charge. our daughter had nightmares. who did the president say what that robber really took from us should take care of this? was our peace of mind. did they want to rescue the with adt, we got it back. ambassador and people killed with him? why was nothing done for [ male announcer ] every 14.3 seconds, a burglary takes place in the united states. sevenhours? you now have 7 weeks of so rely on the fast alarm response of adt. refusal to explain seven hours a single adt system can help protect you from and i find it mystifying. burglary, fire, and high levels of carbon monoxide. when an alarm is received, adt calls the local authorities >> gretchen: current politicians and senators and for help. members of congress asking a and you can get this monitored protection, plus great local service, all for just over $1 a day. lot of the questions . the white house is pushing a and only adt offers a theft protection guarantee. particular picture in the
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washington post. tan tar rose. we always know it comes down to david ignacious who is an the independents in most cases. is this good news for romney and opinion writer has a story, it ryan? >> i think it is. i think you want to win those is probably time to see the independents and they can be unclassified tick tock and determined, as you just said. time line of what actually what you have to look at also is happened. how they've been swinging. people before the election, you see president obama's team should have the right to know. had a bump up in recent months and the state department in terms of the independents. but it still is an advantage for refused to comment saying an romney. is going. >> gretchen: andrea? when we let you know, we'll >> look at ohio, he's up six. tell you . virginia, up 21. >> gretchen: community in breezy point in new york florida, romney is up five. raising a american flag after elections are won in the middle. barak obama had the same type of the devastation in their edge that romney can boast that he has now. neighborhood. remember, obama went on to win imagine if this is your neighborhood. 111 homes burned to the ground and others flooded. 54 to 44 john mccain. look, i think that's the most >> things like this happened troubling number and i would in missouri and in california point out by these new fox polls and they don't happen here . as well, it shows it's not just this is -- independents that the president is losing. he's actually down nine points it is terrible. among white men. six points among women. >> gretchen: amazingly no one and four points among that was killed or seriously hurt. critical youth vote that propelled him to the white
house. all around every demographic, a train goes up in flames in the president's underperforming and especially in that early voting. he has a 1-point -- 14-point louisville, kentucky . they were trying to separate deficit to what the president had before. two rail cars that derailed. these are all indicators that it was carries husband dus this election could go in romney's favor. >> gretchen: that's the demographics. material. hobby lobby, a christian owned let's talk about the issues with regard to the latest polls. who do you trust to handle the business will argue about economy? juan, on these four fronts, it employers having to cover looks like romney is edging insurance cost for the morning president obama, in some cases after pill . the hearing is expected to big margin, specifically on the begin at 10 : 30 this morning. economy, 52 to 43 p. long-time senator bob men are you surprised at that? >> no. edez. clearly the big issue in the daily caller reporting that election is the economy. while he was in dominican and the strength that mitt romney has advertised all along republic. is that he's a businessman. that he used two prostitutes. he knows business and he knows how to convey trust to other they recognized him later as the septemberor. businessmen so they'll do more he is up for reelection on hiring with the profits they have. here is the thing that does surprise me is that given the tuesday. his spokesman said we refuse importance of the economy, that the election is even in the fox
to respond to a false poll and if you ask americans accusation. mr. 1: that is quite a story. about the economy, what you see is that, for example, since the exercise your second amendment mid terms of 2010, the right and you would pay the president, the assessment of price. president obama's handling of one county one step closer to the economy has edged up. this goes back to what we were talking about a moment ago with taxing gun owners for health andrea on independents. care costs. you see over the last month, president obama's plus 7 among >> the president's david independents. axelrod betting his own something is going on of the i think the big story is that the mustache on a win in surge that we saw with mitt romney after the first debate, minnesota. he might not want to see the that momentum seems to have stopped. polls. >> gretchen: andrea, how do you respond to that? he brings up an interesting ♪ point that if it's all about the [ female announcer ] introducing u pocketbook, this election, and romney is scoring so much better on the economy, why are they've been in a dead heat? >> we've been asking this for months. how can this poll be even and it's been for a long time. how has the president maintained these high approval ratings, the latest coffee machine from nespresso. modular. intuitive. too? everyone points to his combines espresso and fresh milk. likeability. i would say, though, the the new u. negative advertising that he's used against mitt romney has nespresso. what else? been pretty devastating. available at these fine retailers. i would also say the president
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michigan, pennsylvania and minnesota. and soon of you may have seen. i am so confident of that i put my musstatch on the line and i am confident that i will still have this much statch on november eighth. we will win those states. >> gretchen: latest polls show the president obama's lead shrinking in that blue state. here -- good morning to you. >> morning. >> gretchen: what do you make of david axelrod. is the mouse statch on. >> if romney win in minnesota. i would like hoim to david axelrod to come and we'll >> steve: time for news by the shave it for him. numbers. >> gretchen: this is the 2008 $250 million, that's how much stimulus money went to a 1, 2, 3 presidential race. barack obama way ahead of john systems. they created 40 jobs with that
mccain. stimulus money, which is more and it is my understanding that in the polls recently for than $300,000 per job. the electric car battery company this election that romney is inching closer to obama, is th now bankrupt. next, $59,523. correct? >> it is correct. the congressional research it is in within the margin of service says enough was spent on error. >> what do you make of the welfare program this is year to surge? write every four u.s. househole minnesota has been a blue has check for nearly $60,000. state what do you make for romney? >> it is a conservative minnesota, gretchen. legal and illegal immigrants in 2010 minnesota won both have gotten jobs since president obama took office. the report says only 1 million studies of the legislatures, more american born citizens republicans did. we are seag a move to a found jobs during that time. conservative trend in all right. peter? minnesota. >> gretchen: the governor seat >> peter: yes, sir, steve. the president preaches about went to a democrat in a tight, everyone getting their fair tight election and senator al share. so our next guest took to the streets on halloween to franken won with 312 vote,many redistribute some kids' candy. of them disputed and michele let's see how they liked it. bachmann is in a tight race or do it see it that way?
>> i have known mitch mitch for 10 years and one of the most dedicate hard working >> fairness. >> peter: joining us, the man behind the video, steven conservatives we have in congress and i believe she crowder. will prevail in that race. good morning, steven. >> good morning, sir. >> gretchen: she's up against >> peter: tell us a little bit about it and then we'll watch tom graves. it. give us the set-up. we have mitchell bachmann, >> sure. the video was going out to prove republican 51 percent . jim graves 45 percent. the point that economic leftism is immoral, even kids recognize and so that's outside of the margin of error . it as wrong to steal from one they had a recent debate i person to pay another person who hasn't earned it. you'll see that here. believe. did they not? >> peter: let's watch it. >> they did. liberal media puts up the >> we're going to give you a whole bunch of candy. liberal e polls. we'll take this and give it to michele has had a target on her back from the liberal tyler. which is not cool. >> not fun. >> that seem fair, tyler? media since she first went to why not? congress. >> gretchen: thank you for >> because. getting up early. >> because why? >>. >> gretchen: our veterans ripped off on car insurance, should they be charged more >> you had more than him
because they were not covered >> peter: you were in a monkey at war? suit as well, is that what's sandy strike on new york city, going on there? you don't want to miss it. >> i don't even know what it was. i think it might have been a right after this. beaver costume. [ male announcer ] when was the last time something made your jaw drop? the kids were calling me a monkey. we ended up deciding that's what it was. >> peter: so you're saying this campbell's has 24 new soups is like what's going on in the that will make it drop over, and over again. united states and that people -- ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, >> yes. >> peter: people have a visceral to creamy gouda bisque. reaction that they want their stuff. see what's new from campbell's. if they've earned it, they want it's amazing what soup can do. to keep it and they don't want to give it away, right? >> well, it's a matter of how wealth is being redistributed. regardless of the social issues from the left of aborting babies or the destruction of the american family, it's fundamentally immoral to steal someone to pay someone else. kids! you can see they recognize good and evil. here is what's so funny. the biggest criticism is you're saying conservatives are selfish like these kids? why do leftists consider itselfish for that kid who put on a costume, trick or treated for three hours to want to keep his candy, but not selfish fort kid next to him to want to take
his candy and run off? why is it selfish for me to want to work my whole life and keep what i earned, but leftists don't consider itselfish for someone else want to take what i ♪ earned. that's what's in this video. we see it's fundamentally immoral. the leftists in this country are either one, fundamentally too stupid to understand the concept ♪ of selfishness or two, they understand the concept of selfishness and pro-actively ♪ lying to the american people to try and manipulate it to make it fit their ideology. [ male announcer ] some day, your life will flash before your eyes. if i say anything wrong, i am so easy to find on twitter. ♪ me it worth watching. >> peter: we'll find you. ♪ final question out of the box the new 2013 lexus ls. here, steve, did these kids get a candy refund? an entirely new pursuit. >> these kids got loaded with candy afterwards, bags of candy. >> peter: good to see you. coming up, tina wants a -- peta wants a memorial for fish killed in a car accident and they want the taxpayer, you, to foot the bill. then live pictures coming in right now of hundreds of cars
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>> mayor bloomberg announced that all cars coming into new military but we are in tough york city via the bridge must economic times and you can have a minimum of three people in them, unless one of the miss up to three payments people is very, very fat. because of the economy and in which case two people, but no still not lose the persistency discount and if you lose your sodas. [ laughter ] job or laid off. >> steve: funny, unfortunately the three person thing is you can miss payments up to a absolutely true. year and a half and still not and now that sandy is gone, the lose that discount. pain at the gas pump starts. prop 33 is good for california but chris christie is taking action against the growing gas consumers. >> there is some folks, we are about to end this, folks in shortage. >> treasury officials were the consumer watch dog say it instruct to do waive is not good for people that requirements to prevent them are unemployed. general he good for from buying from out of state californians? >> 48 other states have this suppliers. >> steve: but is there more that can be done? law, we actually had it in joining us right now is eric bolling from "the five." california from 1996 to 2002, >> the reason for the gas lines, and rates went down. and by the way, uninsured number one, electricity to gas stations. that's not a supply problem. motorist. the number of uninsured that's a electricity problem. >> steve: first of all, let's talk about how big the gas lines motorist dropped in half. this is good public policy and are. which is why republicans and >> i drove, around my town, the democrats are supporting. line was around the block.
i drove in, past 10th >> bipartisan and we'll look for the resultos election day. avenue. >> steve: this is from this keep us up to date. morning? >> 10th avenue in new york, >> thank you. >> what can early voting tell five blocks long. they were trying to access it us about the outcome of the from three ways. people were fighting for spots, election. karl rove said way more than cutting each other off. you think. hear from him coming up next. everyone understands, when you see a gas line and drive past we told you about it next. it, you start to worry. al gore saying climate change >> steve: that's going to be me is to blame for the monster tomorrow. >> that's what's happening to number two. it's fill up demand. storm sandy and the experts may have proved him wrong, massive fill-up demand. everyone wants gas. that's next . they're not buying five gallons happy birthday to lyle loveit or ten dollars. they're filling up. >> peter: also with the generators. people have generators. he is 55. they're filling them up. ♪ >> but the big thing is people ♪ want gas in their tank in case they have orgeat somewhere. it's a natural reaction. that's what people too. creating a loft demand for gasoline. number three, we have refinery today's birthday is brought to outages. we still refinery outages. you by red lobster. just $14.99! try as mu as you like, an way you like! like parmesan crusted shrimp. two are starting. hurry in, offer ends soon! i'm ryan isabell and i see food differently. steve, put it up for one second.
that's an epa problem. we haven't built a brand-new refinery. the epa has to get out of the way. we need more refinies. that's number one. number two, chris christie said he's going to relax the blending requirement for new jersey service stations which means you can bring gasoline in from pennsylvania, from new york, wherever else you can get it and bring it here. it should be like that all the time. >> steve: absolutely. >> there should be no reason why gasoline costs x here and a dollar higher in another part of the country and that's only because of this location due to blending requirements and that's the epa. >> gretchen: they talked about that a lot in california because they have different epa regulations. let's talk about the job preview. that's going to be so important. these job numbers coming out friday. there was some speculation that maybe they would be delayed because of the storm and then there is speculation that there might be an uptick, that it might go up, unemployment, to 7.9%. >> i think it likely has to go up unless something is wrong. last month we saw it go from
8.1 -- the big number which comes out, by creating 100,000 jobs, 400,000 people went to temporary employment that they had never done before. so that needs to correct. and then the estimates are for 125,000 new jobs created in the month of october. either one of those things, a correction or few number of jobs will push the rate back up. >> steve: that 125,000 is the government estimate. according to adp, the big payroll outfit, they're saying it will be 88,200. >> this morning they'll give us their estimates of private payroll. we get adp today at 8:15. 8:30, initial jobless claims, 370,000. a lot of jobs numbers coming out. for me, tomorrow morning at 8:30 i think -- at 8:31 you'll know who the next president is. if it starts with an 8, i
believe it will be mitt romney. if it starts with a 7, barak obama has a good idea of staying in. >> gretchen: thanks so much. we'll probably see you again tomorrow. coming up, the death toll from hurricane sandy rising now. 74 people now. to bring you a low-priced that number keeps going up. medicare prescription drug plan. new jersey taking the biggest ♪ hit. the national guard was sent in with a low national plan premium... to hoboken to rescue thousands of people trapped in their homes ♪ ...and copa as low as one dollar... after catastrophic flooding. joining us live from there is ♪ ...saving on your medicare prescriptions is easy. "fox business" network, jeff flock. you've gone from the shore to ♪ other parts of devastation, so you're free to focus on the things that really matter. jeff. >> new jersey just can't catch a call humana at 1-800-808-4003. break. that national guard force is still here big time. look at all of these vehicles that are out here. or go twalmart.com forails. they were rescuing people. at one point, the mayor said there were as many as 20,000 [ male announcer ] it's time for medicare open enrollment. people that were stranded. are you ready? so that national guard force was time to compare plans and see what's new. very well welcomed here. you don't have to make changes, but it's good to look. bee hive of activity here around maybe you can find betr coverage, save money, or both. city hall. this is city hall in hoboken. and check out the preventive benefits you get it's a shelter right now.
after the health care law. to me, though, what's going to ♪ be the big problem here, and it's hard -- you asked for medicare open enrollment. now's the time. hoboken. but if you're in iowa somewhere, visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare. you go where is hoboken? take a look. if you look down the street, ♪ that's the hudson river, across that is new york city. it is right on the edge of new york and a lot of people live >> steve: it is your shot of here, work there. they're not able to get anywhere the morning, paul ryan here today. to me, the big problem will be sticking with a halloween because nobody expected that river to come up this far and tradition. they took their three kids out flood this place, flooded all around the neighborhood in the cars. these city streets are packed wisconsin. same place he trick-or-treated with cars, all flooded. as a child, full circle. they're all going to have to get towed out. it's going to be a mess. ryan's 10 year old daughter >> steve: it is indeed. dressed up as katy perry and >> gretchen: thanks very much for that update. >> steve: one of the things sons a goblin and ghost and about hoboken, the boyhood home witch . of frank sinatra. >> gretchen: we did a creative >> peter: that's true. i used to play football right idea in connecticut. close to that street. >> steve: now the national guard you can't just avoid. are on the street. my tears were -- kids were in
>> peter: yeah. >> steve: obamacare taking center stage before a federal judge in oklahoma. hobby lobby, a christian-owned tears. trunk or treating. and operated business, will a creating idea. we pull would up the car. argue against the part of the president's healthcare law that requires employers to cover the only person in town with insurance costs for the morning after pill. the company says it violates its power. luckily for her. and opened up the trunk and religious beliefs. hearing is set to begin at 10:30 dumped it in the trunk. this morning. they went from car to car can >> peter: buy a gun and get taxed. that's what one county board in still came home with a big illinois will vote to move forward on tomorrow. box. >> thice thing to make the under the proposed plan, there would be a $25 tax on the day. >> gretchen: it was great. >> steve: we told you about purchase of a firearm. there was also a push to tax the governor christie moving halloween to next monday and bullets that go with them. talking to the mayor of frank but the board dropped them since the tax would be more than the linn lakings. i don't know that we are going actual price of the ammo. to have treats cleaned by now >> gretchen: this idea stinks. and there will be more power peta demanding a memorial for lines and talked to him about fish killed in a consider what he will do with the accident and they want taxpayers in california to foot the bill. election. there were one or two polling they're asking the city of places that didn't have irvine for the sign to remind drivers that, quote, all animals generators. they had to figure it out. feel pain. spokesman says the city says fox news polls out that show there is no plans to make any that voters still don't
memorial. approve of the way the >> steve: meanwhile, a high president is handling the school soccer coach heading off to afghanistan to fight for our economy, but as you take a country gets a surprise sendoff look. look at the top line. from the kids. the way that the 45 percent ♪ here's my number ♪ so call me maybe. now. but two years, you can see it >> steve: that's nice. that is coach mike in the front was 10 percent lower. of the line. students wanted to make sure disapproval number high at 52 they said good-bye in a special percent. that is a majority. way. he leaves for training next >> gretchen: remember back in month before deploying to the october 2010 tea party was country of afghanistan for a year. obviously very popular teacher surging and midterm elections and many republicans and new because all the kids showed up. tea party candidates won in the house. >> peter: well loved teacher. you have to wonder if that is that's great. >> gretchen: coming up, after four years in office, the president finally has a plan to a good internal number for the help the private sector. president or if the more government now. is he calling for a business disaprouval number will super seed the number. czar? >> fox news pee'll poll shows >> we should have one secretary that the candidate likely to create more jobbs it is higher of business instead of nine different departments. for mitt romney. >> gretchen: stuart varney is 54 percent against 41 percent back and here next to weigh in. >> peter: then some homeowners compared to the president. who lost everything to sandy are
about to get a government that is an interesting vote are confidence of who will handout. john stossel says that's a good thing. create more jobbings. that's something you don't hear every day >> gretchen: i wonder how the storm will change the election years ago, my doctor told me . maybe we are too insulated about it. twitter or e-mail. does the storm change the scope of the election for you out there? or is the majority of the country will do what it was going to do before? >> steve: the latest fox news poll alongg with the other polls, show it is a dead heat with five-days to go and karl rove has a lot of numbers in his head. he was on with bill o'reilly and talking about the state of ohio which is critical to a win and looked at earl voting. this was telling. >> you want to look at real numberings. look at these, bill. ohio early and absentee
ballots. democrats have cast 181,275 viewer early votes or requested that many absentee than in 2008. they have fire or five days to go. on the other hand republicans have voted or requested 75,858 more absentee ballots than four years. that is a delta of 250,000 from democrats to republicans and remember obama won it by 262,000. if you need evidence of how energized the republican base is in ohio. >> steve: lookk at gretch, your home state of minnesota and new mexico, romney people are putting ads on those states which had been, they figured they were solidlyy blue. maybe not so solidly. to take a centrum silver multivitamin every day. apparently romney is running ads in detroit. i told him, sure. can't hurt, right? they think there is a chance then i heard this news about a multivitamin study
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president obama is laying out a vice-president al gore blaming new plan to revive the private climmate change for sandy. sector, by adding one more chief meteorologist bell said federal government job. gore is wrong and we were >> i said i want to consolidate overdue for a wrong. a whole bunch of government >> stunningly ignorant or agencies. we should have one secretary of deceptive what al gore said. business instead of nine 1950s, 10 major hurricanes ran different departments that are dealing with things like giving the eastern sea board. he doesn't know what he shot loans to sba or helping companies with exports. there should be a one stop shop. about. he hot his mouth about katrina >> steve: let's get rid of some red tape. but does that really make the and we have seen record low government even bigger or levels. better? stuart varney joins us right andrew cuomo linked climate now. what do you think of the change to sandy yesterday. president's idea for a secretary >> steve: a county plans to of business? >> it's a rotten idea. it makes the government bigger, move forward with a gun tax. makes the bureaucracy bigger. under the plan will be a $25 adds another layer of bureaucracy on top of business. it's not designed to help business at all. tax on the fire arms and a it is a political response to the president's antibusiness plan to tax bullets. image. but the board dropped that think about it, already we have because it would be more than a commerce department, energy the costs of ammunition. department, a federal trade commission, we have a consumer
>> giant tiger shark. protection bureaucracy. we have an energy department, f -- you name it, we've got it. maria, a black belt was all of them deal with business. swimming in maui. are we going to get rid of all and the shark confronted her those bureaucrats who deal in and she gave it a best punch those departments and put them all into one big new department with a cabinet secretary? in the nose. she got more than a hundred that's out of the question. we're not going to get rid of anybody. we're going to add another level stitchos her hand and thigh. and layer on top of what we've >> steve: that's what you are already got. >> steve: a lot of people, supposed to do. skeptical people are looking at it and going, the race is so >> gretchen: a woman was told tight right now. her bible shirt was offensive. for the incumbent to be tied with the challenger right now, they made her cover tup with a not particularly good news for jacket. him. but the challenger has got a they say it violates election lifetime of business experience laws and the attorney said he and he's got business ideas. wants an apology or there will at the 11th hour action the president comes up with what you be a lawsuit. >> steve: is the on the ballot would consider i think a crazy there? >> that shirt is permissible. idea? >> it is the 11th hour. keep the shirt on. the president does not have a >> steve: 20 minutes before strong pro-business image. the top of the hour. he's got the exact opposite. he's an antibusiness guy. navy seals outraged over what happened in benghazi posted he comes up with this idea at
this on facebook. the very last minute. but facebook took it down. it is a political answer to his doesn't that vialate people's image problem. it will not improve the use of free speech. regulation of business. the judge will rule on that as it won't improve private he comes in studio e. enterprise. it won't bring private enterprise money back into the economy. it will just be another layer of >> gretchen: special information more at risk than bureaucracy imposed on the usual. private sector. we'll explain. >> steve: i don't get where this idea came from. but he's already got that jobs council that -- when was the last time the jobs council met? back in january? >> i think it was either that or it was last year. it's about a year since that jobs council met. >> steve: and reportedly, the guy who heads it from general nobody said an inkjet had to be slow. electric reportedly he's going to vote for mitt romney. or that printing in color had to cost a fortune. >> so i hear. so much for crony capitalism. nobody said an all-in-one had to be bulky. >> steve: the other thing, if the president wanted a head of or that you had to print from your desk. business, he could have at least, nobody said it to us. appointed a business czar. >> what we all want to do is surely get private enterprise introducing the business smart moving and expanding again so inkjet all-in-one series from brother. that they hire people and we have economic growth. easy to use, it's the ultimate combination a new secretary of business is
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credit card numbers. and forget swimming upstreamm. salmon is swimming up the street. try to get across the flooded road in the washington state near the sound. >> steve: looks like our neighborhood. >> gretchen: the white house refusing to send assistance . navy seals decided to fire back. >> steve: this post critical of president obama was taken off by the sites centsor. what happened to freedom of speech? joining us is judge napolitano. judge, people like to think that facebook is an all see fair it is not. it is hold by stock holders. >> gretchen: in the wake of >> we know that, many of them hurricane sandy, thousands of
homeowners will look to the federal government to pick up the tab. lostt a lot of money. now the assistance program is in but it is a private corperationn and not owned by debt and john stossel who took the government . as peter knows and many people the money for his own beach front home says he doesn't think watching us. the program should exist. here to explain, john stossel. the first amendment only >> i'm ashamed. restrains the government. i'm guilty. i built a beach front house. as distasteful for them to my father said, are you nuts? on the edge of an ocean. kick people off of the i correctly said, but dad, i platform because they disagree can't lose 'cause there is this with the political message thing called federal flood they can do so. insurance. the premiums are cheap. but there is a bright side to but, well, there is what the story. there was an overwhelming happened -- that's the house i built. i said, look at all the sand i negative response to facebook have in front of the house! when they kicked the adand sure enough a couple years later, that sand washed away and statement from the seals off . i'll show the other picture, the that is back on and basement was gone. you paid for a new basement demonstrates what a lot of us there, thank you. talked about. i never invited you there. but you paid for it anyway. main stream media is it went out again, you paid intentionally avoiding the again. story and it is profound the whole house went. you covered the house. this is a program that interest of the american public. when is the government lying encourages relatively affluent or telling the truth and people to build in danger. saving lives and not doing its >> peter: what's the evidence on that. job. >> facebook had a statement you love dumping on this
and maybe you can help us program. there will be a lot of people figure out what it means it helped by this program -- was an error and apologize for >> so what. >> peter: wait a second. that are not on the beach that, are not on river fronts that are inconvenience. our dedicated team reviews blocks in that never anticipated that the ocean would come, that millions pieces of content and the bay would come. they paid their premiums. occasionallyy we bloke content they're not rich people like you we shouldn't had. were. if you're so rich, why don't you they said it is a missteak. give the money back? >> i probably should and i won't rip you off again. >> i don't know if that is i also take medicare and i true or a reg sensor with a probably shouldn't take that either. >> you take medicare, you take deductions on your taxes. political point of view and end an agenda decided to keck >> you're missing the point. >> peter: the point is, you're it off to see what happened condemning people that are happen. >> gretchen: why does facebook taking this that have paid their really care? premiums that are not rich they have so many subscribers. do you think it could back folks! >> why was the federal lashh on them? government selling it? i blame the politicians. >> they are so huge. we don't have special car >> gretchen: i am surprised. insurance for lindsay lohan. the people four blocks in don't >> if facebook took down get -- >> peter: so people that paid postings from fox news viewers the premium, should they not take the money? another facebook would come in like you said -- >> i paid the premium. i'm going to take the money. existence and compete with of course you're going to take them. that's the last thing they the money.
>> peter: stop the program? want. >> steve: this is blownn up in >> stop rewarding people for their face. taking foolish risks. >> because we are all talking >> steve: the problem is, and peter was talking about this about it and not with earlier -- we're talking about stappeding the main stream the fema program that insures people in areas that would get media avoid it >> maybe it the flooded out. if there wasn't that kind of change. >> maybe influence a few votes insurance -- >> there would be private next week. >> gretchen: talk about a insurance. proper send off. >> steve: maybe. >> peter: that's why there is a federal program. >> no! because the politicians said -- susan say goodbye to - is there a reason the private students say goodbye to a company said, i don't think i want to -- beloved coach. >> how can you avoid a >> peter: you think government doesn't have a role in anything, disaster, getting scammed by right? >> no, they have a role in the people you hired to fix keeping us safe. your home. >> peter: wouldn't you rather fowner of angie's list coming have the premiums? up next. isn't the government going to be paying off these claims one way ♪ or the other like they it in katrina? they pay off when there is no insurance in katrina. [ male announcer ] you've reached the age >> that's a mistake, too, paying where you don't back down from a challenge. off everybody. pay off the truly nude needy. this is the age of knowing how to make things happen. but -- needy.
sowhy let erectile dysfunction there is all this money being get in your way? poured into the coast and it's because the government talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million men already have. subsidized it. ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sex. >> steve: people would not build along a clearly dangerous -- it do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; might happen 50 years. but they wouldn't have built -- it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. >> if the free market provided side effects include headache, flushing, the insurance, the premiums for upset stomach, and abnormal vision. people like me would have been to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help high. >> gretchen: what about the communities that people like you for an erection lasting more than four hours. built, if you built there, what stop taking viagra and call your doctor right away was the benefit to the community? if you experience a sudden decrease or loss >> you could say it created jobs. there were businesses that grew in vision or hearing. there. this is the age of taking action. but then why don't i just break windows? that creates jobs, too. viagra. talk to your doctor. >> gretchen: break what? >> break windows. till you finish your vegetables. that will create jobs. >> peter: let's look at that [ clock ticking ] house. i've never seen a house like that. how did they let you build that? [ male announcer ] there's a better way... v8 v-fusion. did you have an architect? vegetable nutrition they need, fruit taste they love. could've had a v8. >> yeah. >> peter: it's on match sticks! or...try kids boxes! it was going to fall! >> the government required those stilts because it was a flood area. >> steve: john, i know you collected three times from the federal government. it was an absolutely great deal 'cause your insurance premium each year was how much? >> couple hundred bucks. very cheap.
but the politicians said, we know how to price it. there won't be floods all over the country. we won't lose money on this. now, of course, they're billions in debt. they insure more than a trillion dollars worth of property. >> steve: i got a feeling this would be something great for you to talk about on your program. >> and i am. >> steve: which airs tonight over on fox business. >> peter: i'll be watching. >> i'm going to drag him. >> peter: you drag me in. >> steve: coming up at 8:15, bob massi with what you need to know about your flood insurance policy. he has got a bunch of ideas. that was spirited. thank you for joining us. >> gretchen: coming up on "fox & friends," brand-new developments in the wake of the storm. two panthers are on the loose right now? okay. >> peter: then some mothers who are trying to do it all are turning to pills to get through the day. and plenty of doctors say that it's a good idea? >> steve: expensive i had enough of feeling embarrassed about my skin.
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advantage of you. ah! i love you! be a smart consumer and do all hmm! ahem. football. [ male announcer ] shop now. of your homework. it is a serious situation that get the hottest brands on your list today... like the lg 55 inch led tv. we need to be care exclusively and put it on layaway now so you have more time to pay. make the right choices and walmart. don't feel rushhed >> chris: do a visual inspection. >> go out and check the property and take photos. this is great information to hand over to your insurance agent to get the problem resolved. assess the damage and pictures speak a thousand word asks contact your insurance agent. first call to make and understand your policy so you are getting what you deserve. >> steve: then the guys that you want to entrust with the work, the contractor, you should probably check him out. you can sometimes ask a neighbor if you worked with this guy? >> investigate the company and make sure they have a good reputation and they are
license insured especially when we are talking about roof work and tree work. you don't want somebody working on your property that doesn't have insurance. injury or damage done from the contractor if they are not insured it goes against your >> gretchen: good morning, everyone. today is thursday, november 1, homeowner insurance. >> steve: and get it in 2012. i'm gretchen carlson. thanks so much for sharing part writing. of your day with us today. what if he can't get gas less than a week until election day and it's a dead heat because it is tight right now apparently. what both candidates are doing and find his employees. today is very telling. then what do you do? we're live on the campaign trail >> that's why you want thing in writing and want to know if from wisconsin. >> steve: fox news exclusive. you have a termination clause. new cables that went straight to the state department could be you can go get machine else. the smoking gun on libya. damning evidence and what this taking a few extra minute to says about the cover-up of a get it documented saves you a lot of headaches down the cover-up. road. >> steve: talk about what to >> peter: millions now without electricity. rely on gas powered generators avoid. for heat and water. avoid strangers wanting cash but now lines for gasoline up frontt. you will never see him again. stretching miles and fear that >> unfortunately people do. it could run out.
i mean, the story that your "fox & friends" starts right now friend had. that is not unusual inuations like this. and so do not fall victim to someone coming door to door and they will do it for cash >> gretchen: good morning, right there. everybody. >> steve: unfortunately, the gas and i have done work for your lines are not everywhere in new jersey and new york because most gas stations in new jersey in neighbor. don't feel pressured and do the affected area simply don't have electricity. your homework. when i was driving home >> steve: sure, that is leak yesterday, there was o gas the other tip. avoidd caving in scare tactics station. it was a dunken doughnuts, the line was, i think, a mile long. and look. i might not be back and get me >> peter: 6 million people still while i am still here. don't have electricity here in this area this morning. >> that's right. you want to make sure. >> gretchen: meanwhile, both you will not find anybody to president obama and mitt romney back from the trail with five do this. days left in the campaign. that tree lookks dangerous. >> steve: the president was you want it assessed properlyy talking about the trouble in new jersey yesterday. . this comes as brand-new fox news be sure you read what you are polls show the race is a dead signing. people who signed documents heat. mike emmanuel is live in green and you have the right to talk to my insurance . bay, wisconsin, with more. good morning to you, michael. if the insurance agrees, i get the work. be careful what you sign as
>> steve, good morning. the fox news polls providing well. >> steve: avoid settling on some fascinating data as both the first guy or contractor campaigns seek to create their who comes along and knocks on final argument, if you will, their final pitch to voters to yourr door. >> if you have the try to get support. let's take a look at the latest opportunity. i encourage you to get three fox news polls. in the race for president among estmastes and that y way you likely voters, a 46-46 tie. know if they are charging too much for the job. it is important to make sure now for those who identified as you are making the rightt extremely interested voters, it decision. >> steve: i hear your ads on shows the romney-ryan ticket the radio. leading the president 53-42. and that is a place to go when on the president's handling of you prescreened a lot of them. the economy, 52% disapprove of >> you can find out if people used them and are happy with. the president's handling of the >> steve: angie in economy. last time we saw the president, minneapolis. i can see the lightts on . he had not given a campaign thank you very much. >> thank you. speech since last weekend. >> steve: straight ahead on this tuesday thursday, government can't do the math last we heard he was talking to the victims of hurricane sandy. and so we will. we could give every family on >> for those like people i just welfare a $60,000 check if had the chance to meet on this block and throughout new jersey, government did just one thing. throughout the region whose we'll tell you what that one lives have been upended, my thing is. taking away kid's halloween second message is we are here
for you and we will not forget. cand tow teach them about the we will follow up to make sure president's fair share style. that you get all the help that >> it is fair this way. you need until you've rebuilt. >> no. it is not. >> steve: so how did that work >> governor romney woke up in out. battle ground florida today. we'll tell you what happened he's heading for battle ground on halloween. virginia where he's due to make are we there yet? three stops and after hurricane sandy, his tone was perhaps a little modified. >> please make sure that you go out and vote early. if you have a dollar extra, send it to the red cross for our friends that are in harm's way. i love you. i appreciate it and together we're going to win. >> and president obama will be here in green bay. he's also heading for battle ground nevada. also to battle ground colorado are we there yet? before he does a whole lot of are we there yet? work tomorrow in ohio. [ male announcer ] it's the question you look at those poll numbers we ask ourselves every day. and it's clear both campaigns is it the safest, the most efficient? have more work to do to try to convince voters that they should the kind of vehicle to move not just people... be president for the next four years. guys, back to you. but an industry forward? >> steve: mike emmanuel live in are we there yet? wisconsin. it's interesting, it sounds at
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they have still got four, five days to go. that number will go smaller. on the other hand, the republicans have already voted or requested 75,858 more absentee ballots or early votes than they did four years ago. that's a delta of about 256,000 swing from democrat to republicans. ♪ remember, obama won the state by nespresso. where there's a coffee to match my every mood. 262,000. if you needed any evidence of how energized the republican base is in states like ohio, ♪ take a look at this. where just one touch creates the perfect cup. >> steve: absolutely great point. plus you've got to wond what are where every cappuccino and latte will happen come tuesday in is made with fresh milk. states like new jersey where a lot of the polling places will ♪ not be suitable for people to and where clothing is optional. come into, how many different nespresso. what else? gymnasiums and stuff like that are being used as shelters. maybe it will wind up multi tasking with polling here and sleeping there. >> peter: hopefully you have progress by then. also big, big news, fox learned about a classified cable warning that the state department in
august that the benghazi consulate could not be protected and could not withstand the coordinated attack. katherine herrage of fox news broke that story and she was on greta last night talking about whether, in fact, it's the >> gretchen: good morning, smoking gun for a cover-up. everyone. today is thursday, november 1. >> the status of the cable said, here we go with a new month, i really believe having read it, 2012. i'm gretchen carlson. thanks for sharing your time that it is the smoking gun with us. warning here. the storm may be over, but the you've got this emergency meeting in benghazi less than a recovery coming. month before the attack. who is going to pay for this? at that briefing, the people are it's not uncle sam. the president says you, the told that there are ten, ten american taxpayer. we'll explain. >> peter: the fox news islam insist militias and al-qaeda groups in benghazi. exclusive, proof there was an emergency meeting about the the consulate cannot sustain a dangers in benghazi one month coordinated attack, and that they need extra help. before the deadly attack. and this information goes still nothing was done. directly to the office of the is this the smoking gun that secretary of state, hillary clinton. unravels the cover-up? >> gretchen: so this is a >> steve: the president wants foreshadowing of the events of you to share the wealth, but what ended up happening, even children know this is not a great idea. unfortunately. you combine the things that's
been happening, combine that with the personal e-mails that were coming from ambassador >> we can't. stevens saying look, i need help in the weeks before the attack. >> steve: the man behind the in fact, on the very day, video, the candy man, is here today. "fox & friends," hour two for september 11. then you wonder why there are not more answers. thursday, starts right now. the big question still remaining for so many people is who came up with the narrative about the videotape? because it was pretty obvious that a month before there was security concerns with regard to >> steve: hello, folks. possible terror. so who came up with the idea we got the lights on in studio that floating the videotape idea e. and in brian's place, we got would be enough to carry through peter johnson, jr. >> peter: good morning. the discussion quite possibly >> gretchen: let's kick off to your headlines because we have 'til after the election. more devastating images coming >> steve: keep in mind, at the time of the benghazi attack, the from beach towns up and down the president of the united states east coast. some of them completely wiped doing pretty well when it came to foreign affairs in the polls. out. the widespread destruction they said that he was doing a better job than mitt romney. caused by hurricane sandy could be the most recognition psive in then you've got this attack the history of the united where clearly -- we knew within, states. at this hours the death toll, what, two hours, that it was an unfortunately going up. now at 74. affiliate of al-qaeda was on this morning, more than facebook taking credit for it. 6 million people remain without so that completely destroyed the power. nature active that the president joining us live in new jersey is of the united states had al-qaeda on the run.
jennifer davis. then you look at the fact that good morning, jennifer. >> good morning to you. now in hindsight, you combine another devastating and battered the two warnings from the beach here. this is a community where homes ambassador who he mailed to the have been passed down through front office, we've got trouble the generations and people say here. then you look at the secret cable that fox news has gotten. it's beloved by people who have been coming for decades. you look at eric nordstrom, who testified and he said, i asked a it is far from an idyllic bunch of times for stuff and it sanctuary. never came. it looks like the white house the force of sandy blew away the has a gigantic cover-up just a bulkhead and then battered these homes, blowing out entire sides few days now, five days before of them. every one of them on this step the election. newt gingrich was talking about this last night with sean. of beach has been labeled unsafe to enter. the national guard is in this >> it's very clear, if you look community this morning, as they at the reports we now have, that are around the state. there is still flooding to the seals who -- the former seals who had stayed to defend contend with and hoboken, the ambassador and defend the thousands remain trapped because of flood waters. consulate, they thought until the national guard is bringing they were killed at 4:00 o'clock them food and water and the in the morning, that there was mayor is asking for more going to be a c-130 gunship supplies. there are still widespread power outages in the state. overhead because they were using a laser designator to target the it has been restored to about 500,000 people, but more than mortars that were the biggest threat and they apparently 2 million remain in the dark. thought there was going to be an they say that more than half the airplane overhead to take out gas stations in new york city those mortars. so they thought help was on the and new jersey either are out of power or out of gas. way.
the white house is playing games so long lines stretch around the with us. who was in charge? stations that are open and who did the president say should working. take care of this? it's still very much feeling like a state of emergency in new did they want to, in fact, rescue the ambassador and the jersey and things feel far from normal. people who were being killed back to you guys. with him? why was nothing done for seven >> gretchen: jennifer davis showing us the destruction, hours? you now have seven weeks of probably the worst hit state other than the long island region of new york. refusal to explain seven hours out of the destruction, there is and i find it very mystifying. amazing stories. look at this. cents who lost everything in breezy point raising the >> gretchen: they're probably going to skirt this well past american flag overt charred the election. keep in mind that the first rubble of their home. hearings on this are not going this morning, new york's to hall until november 15, well infrastructure is starting to get back on track. after the election. joining us live from battery >> peter: there has been an absolute and incredible and really disturbing main stream park is anna kooiman. media blackout, intentional >> good morning to you and good morning to everybody at home. effort by the main stream media right here over my shoulder is to ignore this incredibly the staten island ferry important story, especially as to what the president, the vice entrance. it is closed. service is suspended president, and the secretary of defense were doing at around indefinitely. the battery park underpass full 5:00 o'clock on september 11 in terms of ordering or not of 50 feet of water at the moment. new york's governor, andrew ordering aid for the four people cuomo, saying he asked the who eventually died in benghazi president and he has said he will do it, bringing in the army
and the navy, crews and on that day. and so we've seen now pictures equipment trying to start the pumping at the world trade center and in the subways and in of president obama in the situation room for sandy for the the tunnels. some of the subways did start running this morning and some 5 monster storm, but a lot of people, including me from weeks 1/2 million people daily ride in ago, are saying, well, where are the photo attention of the these subways. benghazi situation room? it got started before 6:00 how long was the president o'clock, limited service. there? what did he do? did he watch it in real time? transportation authorities lose we know that a drone was above. $18 million every day the trains don't run. we have live aerial pictures of what was the decision making on commuters trying to get in. no trains running. that evening? everybody else is forced to drive. there is a lot of road closures. >> gretchen: the response would new jersey experiencing similar be while the investigation is problems. ongoing, but the -- not that there is no time line for restarting their rail service. that is suitable. however, bus service will be but the interesting thing is they immediately put out the restored today. another major issue, gas photo of the situation room after the osama bin laden shortages. fights break out at the pump, killing. and many thought that would be tempers flairing. highly classified. so that doesn't pass the major pipelines and refineries along the east coast were shut mustard. >> peter: or they're embarrassed by it and don't want to discuss down during the hurricane and power outages and other damage it, which i believe at this point. are delaying restarting fuel >> steve: the crazy thing is not only was there photo after bin laden was taken out, but then on production. governor christie issued a the pages of some of america's
major newspapers, the classified waiver that will let gas stations purchase out of state details of the operation were gas, which is something that normally isn't allowed unless not leak out. they were pouring out. they have special licenses. that was within a day or two. we can also tell you about the now we're seven weeks into this economic impact. fox business is reporting that it could be soaring over scandal and they've completely zipped their lip. >> peter: i was watching twitter $20 billion. yesterday as the president was guys, back to you. >> steve: all right. talking down in south jersey thank you very much for the live report from battery park, or with governor christie and he was talking about people not being left behind and i saw a battery river, as it looks more like. lot of tweets out there, people >> peter: i drive through that river most every day. saying, well, did we leave that connects the tip of behind our people in benghazi on southern manhattan. if you were driving manhattan september 11? yesterday, it's as close to a >> steve: to give us some of your comments, here is a tweet from liz who says, they only city wide gridlock as i've ever push what benefits them. seen on the east side, west >> gretchen: and from hank in new york says what i see is christy leading the president around by the nose, making his decisions for him. if obama had consulted him before libya, lives might have been saved. of course, that's based on the fact that the president was visiting new jersey yesterday with the republican governor, chris christie.
>> peter: hurricane sandy wiped out entire towns along the new jersey shore. all together the death toll now stands from sandy at 74. take a look at what was once the boardwalk in bellmawr. this and many other communities now wondering how in the world do they rebuild? joining us live from bellmawr, robert moses. robert? >> peter, gretchen and steve, good morning to you and good morning, everyone. 24 national guard troops, according to the mayor, patrolling this short town of bellmawr. it's a a definite stated -- self stated town. look at that garage a block away from us, south of us. look how high the water comes up. as we spin around here, you can see the force of this storm as we walk down 18th avenue here. look at those two benches that the storm carried inland, about two blocks off the shore and just deposited in the front yard of that house.
devastation here in bellmawr is immense. the government said he toured this town this past summer. he just doesn't recognize it. speak of the governor, as you talked about, quite a show of bipartisanship yesterday as new jersey governor chris christie and president obama toured sop of the hardest hit shore towns here in new jersey. you mentioned the death toll. here in new jersey, it's up to at least 14 deaths attributable to hurricane sandy. the president greeted people yesterday and promised that the federal government will be here to help new jersey come back. that's the latest live from bellmawr, new jersey, robert moses, fox news. peter, gretchen, steve, back to you. >> steve: thank you very much. i was talking to some of my neighbors with shore houses, they don't know whether or not their houses are still standing because the police, for security reasons, won't let them back in and probably won't for two weeks. >> gretchen: lots of unknowns for people there. the road to recovery is going to be a long one. up next, bob massi on what you need to know if your home was hit. >> peter: then we told you about it yesterday, al gore saying
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♪ and where clothing is optional. nespresso. what else? >> peter: wind, rain, fires and even blizzards. damage estimates from hurricane sandy are between 30 and $50 billion. our next guest says that this is just the beginning of the insurance nightmare for homeowners. so what do you need to know about your insurance policy? joining us now from las vegas, fox news legal analyst, bob massi, and my friend. bob, how are you? >> peter, good. before we get into our
questions, i want to apologize to those people in fort myers. it was decided and i think appropriately by fox news that that seminar i was going to do was canceled. notice was sent out by e-mail. sometimes people don't get them. i apologize. we will be doing it in the future down in fort myers. i think it was appropriate we cover this for what you're going through in that part of the country. >> peter: absolutely. i want to come to one myself. first question, let's get out of the box. when we buy property insurance, what are the responsibility of the insurance company in dealing with you, the insured, when you submit a claim? what's their responsibility, bob? >> peter, you and i know as lawyers that there is what we call an applied covenant of good faith. meaning if i the insured put a claim in to the insurance company, that insurance company is to deal with me in good faith. i have to give them timely notice. they have to respond back to me to try to help me. that is a contractual understanding between you and i,
the insured president insurer. >> peter: if they don't act in good faith, you have recourse and you can go to the state insurance department or bring a lawsuit, right? >> yes. you and i know, katrina had thousands of lawsuits, believe it or not, that still have been pending in the supreme court in louisiana where insurance companies denied coverage. >> peter: with sandy, we're dealing with wind, floods and fires. how is this resolved if there are so-called exclusions in the contract on those issues? >> most carriers don't cover flood insurance. they specifically exclude it because they don't want to pay the claim. many carriers don't cover it because everyone parts of the country. there is federal govern through fema that you can actually buy flood insurance. the problem is going to be here action pete, is that with devastation you have experienced back east, there is not even going to be enough money there. so ultimately what's going to happen is you're going to see the taxpayers have to absorb so much of this loss.
what's important, you're going to see a lot of litigation on wind issues. was it a result of tidal wave? did the fires happen? i want our viewers to know that when you contact these insurance companies that you paid premiums for for years, it's not going to necessarily be that they're going to sit down and write a check. >> peter: final question, the disputes that will arise out of sandy, disputes on wind, disputes about deductibles maybe? >> deductibles will be some issues. there is going to be the causation issue to where did it come from? what it comes down to, peter, you and i know, again as lawyers, interpretation of language by the courts. a lot of these cases are going to be put in a court and judge also have to interpret the language. >> peter: bob, i want you in court and if i can't have you, i'll have me. good to see you. we'll see you next week. >> take care. >> peter: millions of tax returns hacked. is your personal information at risk? the story is coming up next. then, some mothers who are trying to do it all are turning
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>> steve: quick headlines for you. it's being called the largest cyber attack against a state tax agency in the nation. 3.6 million tax returns from as far back as 1998 hacked in south carolina. the breach exposing social security numbers and about 387,000 of our credit card numbers. great. you're looking at an incredible new time lapse video showing
sandy strike on new york city. it features the intensity of the wind and rain and water at the exact moment that the power goes out. look at that. there it goes out in lower manhattan. a lot of plas, it is still not back on. gretch, over to you. >> gretchen: interesting topic here, moms forced to juggle jobs and taking care of their kids are taking new steps to get it all done. they're actually popping a pill known as sderol used to tried adhd, and a increasingly number of women are taking it. joining me is mommy blogger and a doctor, addiction psychiatrist and medical director of resurrection behavioral health. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> gretchen: okay. jessica, i guess i'm shocked at this as a mom who also works and i can't imagine how popping pills would help that whole equation. >> don't look to me to explain
it because i don't think anything about this is going to make your life a lot better. but i do know quite a few women who have taken aderol and with these sort of vague add diagnoses, i'm not sure it's doing them any favors. i'm not a physician, but i also think there is this sort of shortcut to if i really want to function at a high level, i need to make sure i sleep enough, eat well, exercise, and take care of myself. if someone is going to offer may pill instead, i think there are times in our lives where it's very tempting. and particularly when you're raising young kids. i know people feel pulled a million different directions. >> gretchen: so they want to maybe focus and lose weight because maybe they don't feel like they have time to go to the gym or don't want to. we have a doctor on the panel, this is one of the most stupid things i've ever heard in my life t. really going on? >> well, we have an epidemic in this country of what's called the nonmedical use of
prescription drugs. aderol is part of that. it's a powerful medication. it's a good one when it's appropriately used. but when it's used for performance enhancement, which is really what we're talking about, it's a misuse. it has potential problems with unintentional poisoning, withdrawal. what goes up, must come down. then people start using drugs like xanax in order to come down. and you get this sort of better living through chemistry mentality. it's dangerous. >> gretchen: shocking. let's look at the stats which are also shocking. we should mention these are all legal drugs out there. the increase in aderol, prescriptions for women age 26 to 39 have increased by 750% in an eight-year span. jessica, you're on the west coast. is this just a west coast thing or is this happening all across the country? >> oh, no. this is very much an all across
the country phenomenon. we not only have pharmacies here in los angeles. >> gretchen: i was wondering if things sometimes start on the coast and then move in. let's look at another stat. adults faking adhd in order to get the prescriptions. 25% of adult patients admit to faking those symptoms to get a prescription. doctor, is that how you see it happening or are there actually physicians who would just hand it out even if you don't have the symptoms of attention deficit disorder? >> i think you have both. you certainly have most physicians who are trying to do the best they can. they're busy. people come in. they're coached. they coach themselves on the symptoms and the physician tries to help. then, of course, you have a small number who will give you the drugs no matter what. but in general, it's something that's really eating away at the fabric of our nation. it's not just mothers. it's across the board.
that's why we have these prescription monitoring programs now. this is a serious problem. >> gretchen: totally out of control. very interesting debate and eye opening. jessica and doctor, thanks for your time today. >> thank you. >> gretchen: can president obama win florida by blaming president bush? the state's former governor and president bush's brother, jeb bush, here live to react. it's the final weekly unemployment report before voters go to the polls. it's going to be released in two minutes. charlie gasparino here with those numbers hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy.
>> steve: this fox news number? >> the economy clear israeli improving. i think it's improving off the bottom. it's a huge increase. i don't think this is enough to get an un-- it's politically speaking, it's that friday number that people will be focusing on of the what is the unemployment rate. >> steve: the monthly? >> yeah. i think that may tick up.
particularly if more people are looking for work, it could have an impact on this race by picking up even though things are getting marginally better. >> gretchen: does this thursday number, which we always report weekly, the first-time unemployment claims, people walk into the office for the first time, does that number correlate? >> sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't. none of these numbers correlate very well. >> gretchen: so because this went down and lower than expected doesn't mean unemployment will go down tomorrow? >> no. on friday, if the number goes up, for example, goes up to 8, let's say, 8%, that doesn't mean that things are necessarily bad 'cause more people are looking for work. they feel more confident. so all these numbers have to be looked at in context and -- remember, these are statistical estimates. they're not exact. >> steve: right. with the last monthly number we got, there were so many jobs added by the federal government. >> that, too. >> steve: and so many of them were part-time and we really want full-time jobs. >> economic growth is pretty meager. we're talking 2%. when you take out the government part of that economic growth,
it's 1.3%, which is lousy. >> steve: all right. you wrote an op ed in the newspaper today here in new york about wall street's disaster nonplans. talk to us about the new york stock exchange down there, essentially under water. we got lucky, didn't we? >> i'm not suggesting people should have set up trading desks on the hudson river during the flood. bottom line is this: this is this epicenter of global capitalism. they should have a contingency plan to at least stay open. they didn't. it looked like the wall street firms, which have offices all overt country, not just here in new york. they're in dallas. they could have set autopsy contingency plan to keep the markets open. i think that it's important that markets stay open. you need to know the value of ibm. like i said, two days, not a big deal. suppose it was two weeks? firms can't get financing. no one knows ha their portfolio is, that could be bad. >> gretchen: because officials had contingency plans since
9-11. they provide office space for people who live in the suburbs to go to their own desk and a computer. i'm just saying why the stock market didn't. >> yes. listen, yes. they do have contingency plans to basic work. but they don't have contingency plans to keep the markets running. i spent 20 minutes with a guy from goldman sachs to try to get him to tell me what exactly is this contingency plan? why couldn't you open up an office in akron, ohio and do some trading? they couldn't really tell me. it's kind of pathetic after 9-11. >> peter: it's well said. they had a chance after 9-11 to do something and they haven't done it. so three strikes, we'll be out. now is the chance to do it. i agree with you. >> steve: charles, thank you, sir. >> gretchen: this morning, for the first time in days, new york's infrastructure starting to get back on track. a lot of people breathing a sigh of relief. joining us live from battery park which is way downtown new york with the new developments, anna kooiman. hi, anna. >> good morning to you and good morning to everybody at home.
new york's mass transit system certainly trying dry out because it is still swamped. check out this building behind me. it's the staten island ferry service. that service is suspended indefinitely at the moment. this police line here is in front of the battery park underpass because there is 50 feet of water still there. your governor, andrew cuomo, asked the federal government to bring in crews from both the army and the navy who were deployed after hurricane katrina to come in and start pumping out. they're going to be at the world trade center. they're going to be at the tunnels and in the subways. some of those subways did start running this morning just before 6:00 o'clock with limited service. 5 1/2 million people daily ride in these subways. the mta says they lose $18 million every single day that those trains don't run. governor cuomo has declared a transportation emergency, so fees for train, subways and buses will be waived today and tomorrow. we do have live aerial pictures
of commuters trying to get into the city. there aren't any train, so everybody is coming in to work. they're having to drive because of the limitations on those. and there is still a lot of road closures as well. between 6:00 a.m. and midnight, only cars that are allowed to go over the east river bridges have to have three occupants or more in it. they're not giving tickets, but you have to have three or more. it doesn't matter if the restrictions are in place or not, it's bottleneck everywhere. everywhere that you see. new jersey experiencing some similar problems. boats are up on elevated train tracks. there is no time line for restarting rail service. bus service will be restored today, we're told. there is a major issue with gas shortages. tempers are flairing at the pump and the mayor of blackfield said police responded to eight incidents over fights for break in line. more than 80% of filling stations are currently unable to sell and major pipelines were shut down during the hurricane. power outages and other damage
really delaying restarting fuel production. governor chris christie has now issued a waiver that will let gas stations purchase out of state gas. typically you have to have a special license to be able to do so. as far as the economic impact goes, some estimates soar over $20 billion in this aftermath from hurricane sandy. back to you. >> steve: anna kooiman, lower manhattan, thank you very much. the gas lines, i saw only one gas station open and i told you about it earlier. it was reminiscent of when jimmy carter was president of the united states and they had the -- according to your tag number, even days, even numbers would gas up this day. odd numbers, those days. the lines are extraordinary. >> peter: yeah. i'd like to -- the president is promising help and help is really needed in this area. how the federal government is going to assist on this. we need immediate help. really tough. >> gretchen: we want to show you this picture out of the destruction. there is amazing stories. look at this. residents who lost everything in
breezy point, queen, new york, raising the american flag. that is the neighborhood that lost over 100 homes in a fire during the hurricane. patriotism still lives. >> steve: it does indeed. we've got other headlines. search underway now for two panthers on the loose in the florida area after hurricane sandy. this photo from the rescue back in 2011 after their mother died. officials say a crashing tree broke open their fence at the white oak conservation center. they then broke free. they have radio collars transmitting their location. so maybe they can track them down. currently they think they might still be on the property. >> peter: we told you about this story yesterday. former democratic vice president al gore blaming climate change for hurricane sandy. chief meteorologists for weather bell says we were overdue for a storm like sandy and gore couldn't be more wrong. >> that stunningly ignorant or
stunningly depptive what al gore said. in the 1950s from 1954 to 1960, ten major hurricanes ran the eastern seaboard. he doesn't know what he's talking about and ever since he shot his mouth off about katrina, we've seen total global tropical activity go to record low levels. >> beth: democratic new york governor andrew cuomo linked climate change to sandy. >> gretchen: the man who wrote the hit "oh, pretty woman" with singer roy orbison has died. ♪ pretty woman walking down the street ♪ ♪ pretty wop ♪ the kind i'd like to meet ♪ . >> gretchen: bill dees passed away last week in arkansas. he once said that writing a song with issueison changed his life forever. they were recorded by johnny cash and loretta lynn. he was 73 years old. those are your headlines today. >> steve: coming up next on the rundown on this thursday, can president obama win the state of
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about 65 degrees without a cloud in the sky and seeing devastation of a hurricane in the northeast. i wouldn't have ever imagined it. >> steve: yeah. nobody knows more about this kind of clean-up than a governor from florida. i live in new jersey and our governor, chris christie, met up with the president of the united states yesterday and at the end, the governor announced that we've got something like half a million gallons of diesel, which we really need 100 big generators coming in. that's the kind of stuff that governors do when it comes to big, gigantic disasters like this. >> yeah. absolutely. the governor has, in his emergency response center in new jersey and in new york and other places, have vast resources, coordinated at the local level with the private sector and the federal government as a partner to provide assistance. but the governor is really the commander in chief of the response to this and the
recovery efforts. i think watching on television, seeing mayor bloomberg and governor christie, they're doing a fine job. you don't have to have an r and d, this is not a political thing. they're doing what's best for the people of their state. you can see it. you can just see how they respond and they're doing fine. >> steve: okay. meanwhile, in addition to the hurricane, we've got the campaign and i know you were out with mitt romney yesterday along with marco rubio and connie mac. florida right now looks like, according to the poll, still a toss-up. what do you think about mitt romney's chances of being president come six days from now >> i think governor romney -- it's close race for sure, but i think he's going to carry florida. the intensity is on our side. the other phenomenon that doesn't get a lot of attention is independent voters decide a loft elections. if you assume similar intensity between democrats and republicans, independents really will decide the election and in
almost every poll that romney is winning, either by double digits or high single digits among independent voters. they've decided that he's the guy that can begin to solve problems. i agree with them. i think they're right. i think their instincts are correct about this. i think that will be the difference in the election. it will be a close election, but i do believe that governor romney is probably doing better than what the polls show because of intensity and the swing voters at the end will swing towards him as they have been doing. >> steve: one of the things about your state, florida is there are a loft people on fixed income and a lot of retired people and when they hear mitt romney and paul ryan talk about figuring a way to fix medicare and social security, they go, you know what, i'm on that, i like that idea. the other side, the president of the united states really hasn't come up with a plan and hasn't made that public. so i would imagine if i were down in florida, i'd be looking at the guy who has at least got the plan for a second look.
>> steve, i'll tell you, in contrary to all the conventional wisdom, the chattering class, elder voters in florida have consistently supported romney-ryan and there has been no change amongst voters over the age of 65 in florida. mitt romney is winning by double digits. all the scare tactics haven't worked. i think it's to your point. i think it's because the romney-ryan ticket has persuaded and explained what their plan is and the president has been left just to attack. i mean, for him to think or say that it's very difficult to get things done from the inside is pretty telling. he's the president of the united states. if he can't do it, maybe he should step aside and let someone else try. >> steve: i think it was two years ago i was down in bonita springs for your celebration for reading program, which is great. you raised hundreds of millions of dollars for folks. and at that time i did an interview for this program and i
asked you, two years ago, can you believe the president of the united states is blaming your brother for the mess he's in? it's two years later, he's still doing it! >> i know. i ought to keep my mouth shut about this, but it perturbs me to no end to have in the fourth year of a presidency, the president constantly be talking about the past. i mean, the guy was dealt a tough hand. we got that. but in the fourth year, you should be held responsible for your actions. and it's like this constant refrain, almost as though your kid comes and says the dog ate my homework, you know. at some point you have to accept responsibility. leaders do that. and i'm sure the guy's motives are good, but this whole insistence on pushing someone else down to make yourself look better is really not what leadership is about. >> steve: former governor of the great state of florida, thank you very much. >> take care.
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$25 tax on the purchase of a firearm. there was also a push to tax the bullets, but the board dropped it since the tax would be more than the actual price of the ammunition. a congressional research service report shows $1 trillion was spent on welfare last year in the united states. that's enough to send every poor household in the usa a check for nearly $60,000. >> gretchen: back to our top story, the death toll now from hurricane sandy, unfortunately rising. at least 74 people have died. as we mentioned, new jersey taking the biggest hit. the national guard sent in to hoboken to try and rescue thousands of people trapped in their homes after the catastrophic flooding there. >> steve: now let's go across the river as well to ridgefield, new jersey. no, it's not 1973. there are dozens and dozens of drivers waiting on-line for gas right now.
sandy causing a shortage for many reasons, including refineries that have shut down. governor chris christie issued a waiver, allowing gas stations and other fuel purchasers to get gas from out of state suppliers. they don't normally do that. normally merchants not license to do import fuel that they can not legally buy it from other states. keep in mind, not only are those cars running out of gas, but a lot of those -- look there. there is one of the guys who has a bucket truck, he needs to be on assignment. a lot of those cars have gas canisters they need to fill up their generators because that's the only way they can generate heat in many of their houses. >> peter: for the first time in days, new york's infrastructure is starting to get back on track. some subways and trains running this morning and the new york subway system. this is a live look at the battery park tunnel. underpass. it's still flooded. that's about 50 feet of water to the ceiling.
cars are submerged under there. some good news, though. la guardia airport, which was immersed in water. kennedy had a tremendous amount of water, but is back open just one hour ago. that's faster than anticipated. >> gretchen: i'm shocked that la guardia is open because it was all under water. that's great news for all of those people trying to get out of here and trying to get back in. we'll be right back. use. but with those single mile travel cards... [ bridesmaid ] blacked out... but i'm a bridesmaid. oh! "x" marks the spot she'll never sit. but i bought a dress! a toast... ...to the capital one venture card. fly any airline, any flight, anytime. double miles you can actually use. what a coincidence? what's in your wallet? [ all screaming ] watch the elbows ladies.
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