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zero eagles. plus a weekend of terror comes to an end with a shoot-out, ahmad kahn rahami, he is under arrest accused of planting a series of bombs, in new york and new jersey. what authorities are questioning about his past this morning. overnight, a man is hit by a car, left for dead, just blocks from his home in northeast philadelphia, the driver is still on the run this morning, the key piece of evidence police have in their possession. she was given a 50/50 chaps to live at just four years of age, diagnosed with cancer, and she never gave up, now she's celebrating one year in remission and she's in our area, in our studio, to help others, sick kid. lea still joins us live. she's adorable.
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okay. well, we're thrilled that the eagles won last night. we are trying to show eagles pride f you want to send in pictures of you in your eagles gear. monte g. the next one that we have is how we do it. he watches every day. >> come along and ride fantastic went wagon. >> yes. >> come on ride the train. >> come on ride the train, the wentz wagon. >> yes. >> that is going back. >> rolling down the track, junction. >> and then one other characters was taking a bath. >> yes. >> in a water tower. >> yes. >> yes. >> little different version then i'm used to. >> they sampled it. >> let's say, let's take it up a notch. how about this, we try to find carson wentz look alike in the delaware valley.
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>> okay. >> is that hard. he looks like prince harry already. >> we have andy reid look alike. we had buddy ryan look alike. >> let's find wentz. >> fox 29 good day. >> what is number of the day i forgot already. >> it is a six. i might bump that up to a seven. very foggy this morning though. >> why not. >> my brain was filled with fog as well. so temperatures in the 60's and 07's with bus stop buddy. the umbrella is for occasional shower you might see to the south of us, plenty of cloud cover, some sun trying to burn through the clouds. and, in ocean city, and raining heavily there. here we are dealing with moisture here, fog in mount pocono, allentown, pottstown, reading, fog in lancaster, driving out there in the country road, it will slow you down and that is the deal with that. here's philly international, not too bad, visibility is good 69 degrees is the temperature.
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90 percent relative humidity. it stays humid to day, mostly cloudy, little bit of sunshine and a high of 83 degrees. that is your forecast. bob kelly, what to you got. 7:03. we have an accident on the vine street expressway right underneath the overpass here westbound right before you get to the schuykill expressway. there is the back up that begins over here on i-95. so coming in the city ape crossing town on the vine, jammo from i-95 over towards the parkway where that accident taking out the left lane. backed um on i-95 we are getting a late start even school buses here in the traffic jam, from staying up watching the eagles game last night, northbound 55, starting to see delays as we roll into route 42 and we are dealing with left over fog out there both on the new jersey side and over in chester and montgomery county. accident on city avenue at lancaster avenue mass transit thumbs up looking good, mike
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and alex, back to you. this morning, accused bomb other have trying to charge with police. and yesterday's violent confrontation between the suspect rahami and linden new jersey police could be heard by people living nearby. >> jenny joyce brings us an update now. what is going on right now. >> reporter: good morning, mike. manhunt for ahmad rahami ended just a few hours after it began yesterday but before it ended there was a bloody exchange of gunfire with police in north jersey. investigators say a man found rahami sleeping outside this restaurant in linden, new jersey monday morning and called police. police identified the terrorist with wanted for three explosions over course of the three days. this is rahami after being captured in a bloody shoot-out with linden police. naturalized american from afghanistan was wounded in the shooting and transported to a local hospital. two linden police officers were also shot but they are expected to be okay. police say they found
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fingerprints on the pressure cooker connected to the cell phone and they were able to link him to saturday's explosion in the north jersey shore town. saturday night in chelsea that injured 29 people and pipe bombs found at an elizabeth new jersey train station sunday night. social workers from a local mosque said he met rahami a few times and didn't notice anything suspicious but said radicalization of young muslims must be addressed. >> the ministers, we have to start coming out and denouncing these things as they happen, i mean immediately, come up on and denounce it and is a thinks not islam and go right in on it. >> reporter: police say the 18 year-old ace charged with five counts of attempted murder and being held on 5.2 million-dollar bail. federal prosecutors say they are still determining if rahami will face additional charges for the bombing. the fbi says at this point there is no indication that the bombings were associated with a larger terror cell. they are not looking for anymore suspects, alex and mike. >> not looking for anymore.
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all right, jenny, thank you for that. 7:06. lets get to northeast philadelphia where police are searching for the driver who ran down a man leaving him critically injured. >> driver took off, cops did get to the vehicle though. it is a white car, dave has more information on that, let's help find this guy. >> police say that white chevy cobalt on the 7,000 block of rutland street in northeast philadelphia lets go to video of the police towing that vehicle away, a few hours ago, we can tell you that this chevy cobalt also has windshield damage as you can see there as you say registered to a home in the 7,000 block of rutland street. police are still looking for the driver. you can see as we go to video of the crash at bustleton and bleigh police believe the incident happened in or near the parking lot of the wells fargo bank in that area around 11:15 last night. police took pictures of this vehicle for evidence the before it was towed, away, and the victim was taken to aria
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torresdale hospital in extremely critical condition, we're told, it is a man in his late 40's, possibly 46 or 48 years old, police are looking for surveillance cameras looking for possible video and we also know that they are looking for that driver back to you. 7:07. another live shot here at the hospital presbyterian, not much going on now but hopefully in the next few minutes or at least next hour sergeant sylvia young will come out of the hospital here. she was targeted as you no in an ambush friday night west philadelphia, expected to leave here any moment. officials say they are arranging a highway patrol escort, in philadelphia police, and motorcycles will be there to take her home. >> we're told she remains sergeant young in good spirits and looking forward to getting home. she is one of two officers shot in west philadelphia
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friday night along with three other people and a 25 year-old woman was killed during that rampage. here we go again. >> new video release of a police involved shooting of an unarmed man in tulsa, oak a they are promising a fair, opened investigation. forty year-old terence croucher was shot and killed after police were called out to you reports of the stalled car in the middle of the road friday night. police said that croucher refused to she his hand and follow commands but there is new video from the night of the shooting that showed croucher did raise his arms in the air. >> it looks like a bad dude. >> you want to know who that big, bad dude was? that big bad dude was my twin brother. that big bad dude was a father. that big, bad dude was a son. >> i was just making this promise to you, we will achieve justice in this case. >> police say officer shelby
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fired the fatal shot and officer tyler turnbow, who deployed his taser. shelby has been placed on administrative leave during the investigation. fbi and justice department will be conducting separate investigationness to friday's shooting. >> they happened in reverse, taser first and then gunshot. fop, has endorsed donald trump for president. they did that yesterday, fop lodge number five president john mcnesby confirmed the news to us this morning, by phone, saying that they are following the lead of the national fraternal order of police. >> and national fop announced the news over the weekend, seen here in this tweet. members say trump's quote understands and supports our priorities and our members believe he will make america safe again. >> they are following the national lead here in philadelphia. 7:09. they have arrested a man accused of planting a series of bombs in new york and then in new jersey but his motive is still unclear. >> in fact, it is raising new
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questions about the country's immigration policies and also the polite of refugees. >> doug luzader is on this story down in d.c., hi there, doug. >> reporter: mike and alex, good morning. this guy is off the street but this whole deal has raised all kind of new issues out of the campaign trail ranging from immigration, reform to national security. the shoot-out on the streets of the linden, new jersey, seem to bring this all to a close a mad kahn rahami wounded and taken into custody accused of planting bombs in new york city and two other locations in new jersey. he is an american citizen but immigranted. donald trump saying that it is time, and not using a term. >> it is not profiling. and it is certainly not a wonderful thing. but, we have a country to keep safe. >> trump's son donald junior, with a tweet getting a great
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deal of attention this morning f you had a bowl of skittles and i told you just three would kill you would you take a handful. that is our syrian refugee problem. says. hillary clinton with a charge of her own. >> that the kinds of rhetoric, and language that mr. trump has used is giving aid and comfort to our adversaries. >> all of this came on a critical day. president obama ate u.n. in new york, with most specifically on international refugees. the white house already planning to accept thousands shore fleeing violence in syria. at the same time a report, from the department of home land security is inspector general saying the federal government improperly granted citizenship to more than a thousand people, who had already been targeted for deportation under another name. an issue sure to inn flame tension in congress. >> let's figure out a system we can feel confident and recognize who we're allowing in and that the person that
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they are claiming they are, they actually are. >> reporter: meantime president obama will address the u.n. general assembly today, talking specifically about refugees, and he is expected to talk about the global responsibility to deal with their issues. mike anales we shall see. doug, thank you. hey, just real quickly i want to give you new information about the eagles offensive line hand lane johnson. he played well last night. we will see he will play sunday against steelers. lane johnson has been suspended for the league for testing positive for a banned substance but listen to this, the suspension is pending an appeal that will be heard on october the fourth. that means lane will play on sunday, out at the link against the steelers. they have a good team. if a neutral arbitrator up holds the suspension and it looks like it will happen, lane would be suspended for ten straight games. he will come back for final
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three games of the regular season. coming up, now speaking of the eagles did you see the national anthem last night, whole country was watching that. >> they were, yes. >> so, during the national anthem, nfl games, there has been some protests. >> protest began in the the preseason 49ers colin kaepernick refused to stand during national anthem, san francisco quarterback kneels at racial in equality that was from last sunday. >> demonstration spreading from team to team including miami dolphins and seattle seahawks. some players raising fist to make their statements. >> so, lets get in the eagles now. three eagles players last night raising their fist during the anthem in chicago. safety malcolm jenkins was there, defensive end steven means and cornerback ron brooks. >> there was sports marcus smith did he was not pictured. >> we didn't see him. >> they were the only players, out of the 53 and coaches visibly protesting on the sidelines at solder field. many fans were upset, i
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noticed on facebook and twitter last night. others in support of the three. so, is it just about first amendment rights? how did you feel when you watched that last night before the game? let's join chad lasiter national expert on race relations. chad, always good to see you. dom giordano. >> thanks, mike, thanks very much. >> from 1210 big talk are, still doing big talking over there. >> trying to, yes. >> so one columnist from the daily news thought it it was a hallow gesture, because there are only three or four out of the 53 man roster. so what do you think. and chad, let's start with you again. we had same discussion last week. i will go back to the same picture i started last time we talk about this, 1968, tommy smith, john carlos, on the award stand at olympics in 1968 with the black power fist in the air.
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chad, when you see that i'm thinking maybe it is a generational thing. when you see the three guys last night what does that invoke in you. >> well, 68 definitely was more important to me given the context of the the historical narrative where we were as a country. when i saw it last night i was under impression paw of the some of the things malcolm jenkins articulated it would be a team thing. when i saw it, it didn't have an impact on me. >> it would have had the whole or more team players. >> with more team players involved because you also heard coach say that if we're going to do something as a team i'm all in. i was looking for that last night. >> but i think mike was suggesting they put their fist in the air because last night i posted a picture of it. people were confused by, some reference 1968. others are saying what are they saying by putting their fist in the air. >> you did make a good point. they did stand but a fist in the air. when you saw it, what does
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that invoke in you. >> it invokes, much more power this 1968. malcolm jenkins is not kaepernick. when i see fist raised, i am trying to figure out, and chad, we can talk this what the protest is specifically about. the fist verse the knee, interesting choice but the vagueness of this. malcolm jenkins is an excellent guy. when he he talks about oppression and engages in this without more specifics that is when there is backlash. >> some people commented they were saying they thought it was a compromise. they are still respecting flag but they want to express their feelings. >> you and i talk about it the on the phone last night and it seems like the fist is more of a statement then the knee. the fist is more of a statement then the knee but i'm trying to take out any of that takes us down a bad path. it is 1968. we are well past that. i think malcolm jenkins was trying to be respectful to the flag but he made a mistake by
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doing this because a lot of people see this as more aggressive then the knee. >> but i would also like to say one of the things that is missing in the national narrative is that these players are not anti police, they are anti police misconduct and anti police brutality. so, i think that is often times missing. we're often times mixing the two. we are thinking individual air begins police. they are not begins police. >> i'm different with you on. that colin kaepernick was wearing sock was pig was cops head on it. colin capper neck is the problem. he is guy that got this started on a wrong path. if it is about a specific incident then i'm in agreement. the protest doesn't have as much power with a kaepernick stuff. >> i don't think colin was out of line with the protest where it initially start. i think socks were attention seeking. i will critique that. what he brought us to was national conversation how we look at forms of oppression and harming nal says and these
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athletes need to do more than just put fist up. they need to open up their hand, get in the community and they need to do things in our communities. they need to seed back to the suffering that they see. they also have the privilege and they have the power and they have access. >> do you think it was confused by what happened in philadelphia on friday night when two police officers were being shot, this is not the night to do this. >> we did see eag also that went to visit hospital room of the support for police. >> aim not certain of the post in our city but you when those officers were shot, that all communities came together and they denounced the individuals who did that. i think that is the challenge that we primarily do not see. there are people in the city of philadelphia and around the country who are concerned about police officers getting shot, police officers getting killed but they are concerned and it is both hand with regard to police misconduct and brutality you bring up another issue that just happened on friday, as well, in another community in tulsa, oklahoma. this situation in tulsa looks really bad.
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>> i would agree with that from the footage i seen. i take these on a case by case basis. it is a false narrative that kaepernick put out that police officers are willy nilly shooting people down and getting paid leave. i questioned doing it last night, mike and alex in chicago where we have had 3,000 people shot. it has nothing to do with police oppression or whatever that i see. it would have been bet are doing this in a different setting maybe next eagles home game. >> is there a narrative with regard to chicago where we talk about economic violence, we're talking about macro economic violence and educational apartheid that creates conditions. i'm in the saying because of conditions you need to get out and engage in that type of behavior but what colin is saying is there are some police officers killing black and brown people and getting a way with impunity. tulsa, chief of the police department said beyond video thinks disturbing. the individuals having their hands up and still being shot and killed. >> i believe we are prosecuting people in ferguson which started a lot of this, chad. we had a grand jury.
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we are a nation of laws. some of these it is egregious. guy in north caroline, maybe this one in tells, we have to see if the criminal justice system in tulsa does prosecute this. >> but black and brown people are saying that the criminal justice system no longer is fair. the people in ferguson were saying, hey, why did we need to d o.j. report. we were letting you know there is a population of 20,000 people, 16,000 would have warrants for jaywalking or littering. >> baltimore was freddie gray, nobody gets indicted. alex found an interesting thing. >> this was spread all over social media, a lot of people, through this, there has been attention on how people respond during the national anthem. >> and respecting the flag. >> so there is this buzz, going around, and you can see malcolm jenkins, see ron brooks, and then one of those guys holding the flag, one of those gentlemen, he is checking his cell phone and looking at his text. what do you think of that, i want to start with you as far as showing respect for the flag. >> i said it, i wouldn't play national anthem at sporting events. it diminishes it. i would play it where people
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want to stand at attention. if you want to be using your cell phone or applauding halfway through because are bored with you, we don't need you. >> i agree with you. >> i agree. would i say nfl can't have it both ways. darren sharper raped 15 women, nominated for second year in the row for hall of fame but we are upset at colin and these players using their civil liberties and protest, and dis-- civil disobedience matter. nfl needs to clean up its house before they do this. >> great discussion. >> thank you. suspected terrorist in police custody, you know that story by now but there was a bloody finish to this thing, about 23, yeah, 23 hours ago up in north jersey what led authorities to ahmad rahami and what else investigators are looking into right now. >> but first a local business fires all of their employees and closes for the week. but the interesting thing is the sign that they put on the
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front door, over in the jewelry district, jewelry row. unreal. we need better employees. that wasn't on our station wasn't it. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president.
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kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. okay. there is a local hoagie shop that is closed, but not for a reason you will think of. >> owner says they simply need better staff members. >> they need better people, where is this. >> right around here on jeweler's row. we saw this in the philly voice. it is not a shortage of manpower just shortage of the right kind of talent. we're talking about the hoagie shop rite there on jeweler road, closed monday through friday so it can continue our quest to find better employees to serve you. that is according to the sign right there on the door. voice mail message facebook post saying same thing. fink's has a northeast location that is currently looking to hire people who are better employees. okay. do you want the job?
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here's what you have to be. you have to be exceptionally clean, fast, always on time, and you have to have the ability to read and understand our menu. last one, biggie, you have to be drug free. owner telling reporters that we had a group that just wasn't up to our standard and we had to clean it up a bit. we're training a new korean now, hoping to reopen soon. basically he is saying they want to have the best customer service, and they want to get it done in the best possible way. so, if you want to a pry for the job you have to go to their northeast location. they have been tweeting, they have been opened about it. i think it is cool. i think no matter what the business is, you have to have good quality service, right there you see that fink's center city will be closed due to unforeseen circumstances that is beyond our control. not so good employees. in the middle of the staffing rehall center city will be closed until september 26th.
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they are like we need to find employees. i don't know how to make that object my own thing but they are opening up on sundays for football. they are very excited. so it is just like, what are you going to do. again, a broad this business for saying we are not going to have sub par people helping make sandwiches. >> other businesses simply put out two words, help wanted. >> well, you know what, thing is they want good help. they just don't want help. they want real people, drug free that are good. this is their name, right. >> they want quality people. >> yeah. >> clean and fast. >> clean and fast. >> clean and fast. >> there was a third thing, i can't remember, what its was, you have to be clean, fast. >> read and understand the menu. >> i can't get a job there. >> i'm fairly clean. >> i wondered if they tried help wanted.
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>> they want to explain themselves and then they got on tv. another live look at penn presbyterian hospital, things are picking up here. sergeant sylvia young could be released any minute now and she will have a policees cord home. we will there been to watch that katie mcginty: franny, johnny, mikey, maureen, jimmy, joey, ricky, eileen, me, and colleen... all 10 of us raised on a policeman's salary and a mom working as a restaurant hostess.
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imagine trying to do that today, with washington looking out for the favored few. i'll bring a different point of view to the u.s. senate - working class roots and the mother of three, i'll put middle class families ahead of wall street. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because it's your turn to get ahead.
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this is a live look at penn presbyterian hospital where sergeant sylvia young could be released after being attacked on duty try night. the suspect shot her 18 times,
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six of those hit her in the shoulder and arms. so it is wonderful she's released to day. there will be a nicest court for her as she leaves the hospital. make sure to catch that to be part of that. while in philadelphia nick cannon is live in our studio. yes is choosing temple university for a special show. what to you think about john dorenbos and his magical performance on america's got talent. i think we should appeal. we should ask him and see what he thinks about the fact that john dorenbos didn't win. he is a winner in our eyes. >> will he be neutral because he hosts the show or opinionated? let's find out. cloud, fog out there this morning. this is bus stop buddy. the umbrella is for a couple showers to the south. probably won't need to it day. our big deal in the suburbs is fog. the especially to the north of philadelphia, allentown, pottstown, reading, mount pocono and lancaster county. we have been seeing fog out there all morning. airport visibility is okay. 7 miles. and we do have a lot of cloud
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cover because of the front that came through yesterday, stalled just off shore and to the south. so we have been seeing some showers in southern delaware. 69 degrees, calm wind, relative humidity of 90 percent. expect a high of 83 degrees today and at times more clouds then sunshine, and it is official now, 7:01 as these days get shorter. we will start counting down end of the summer time bob kelly. >> even of the summer. >> yes. >> we have a count down clock there. >> might as well. >> 7:31. it is tough to see some of the jam cams here, who took i-95, a live look at i-95, got the fog horn going, hear it. this is right here near cottman avenue in northeast philadelphia. so that quickly in the last ten minutes we went to almost zero visibility. i think that is what will
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happen in a few moments down at the airport. here's a live look at king of prussia, an accident south on 02. we have a guy on both side of the shoulder here. this is just south of the king of prussia mall. so an accident to look out for their. an accident south on 295 working your way in toward the black horse pike and then watch for delays north of 55, heading in to that 42 freeway. all that pushing toward that construction zone there, in bellmawr. as i mentioned with the fog and popping up quickly now, we will get a whole round of it along that i-95 corridor right where the airport pops up. in the next half an hour dropping off heading down flight delays be ready for some fog delays. later tonight we have another chicago team, the white socks, and we will shake it alternate long ac/dc, to the parking lot that will be rocking for both events later on tonight. 7:33. >> well, ahmad rahami the man
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believed to have planted bombs in new jersey is in custody and he is facing five counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officers in addition to weapons related charges. now a massive investigation is underway into his motive. >> we have brought ed back from the foreign policy research institute. ed, good to see you here on good day philadelphia as you investigate this and learn more about this guy, how concerned should we be? it seems like he was really disgruntled about his family, chicken restaurant business. >> well mike, we also have some information there was a problem in his marriage. he had a couple trips to afghanistan, when he came back he was much more religious, and angry. that is a pretty common pattern, if you will, when it comes to individuals hoff come here seem to be very well settled, well adjusted and then they go back and upon
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their return to the united states they are different people. >> i want to touch on. that he traveled to afghanistan several times. he was even questioned when he came back. so how come he wasn't flagged? how come he wasn't put on an official list. >> so alex, that is a great question. we live in the age of great sensitivity about the question whether you're going to profile anyone or in anyway, try to abridge their rights because of what they have said and where they have traveled. this is part of the national discussion. how tough should we be? what are the questions that we should ask and what are the answers that are going to trigger somebody being put on a watch list and then suddenly we're abridging rights. we get in the question of monitoring and then abridging
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rights, now you have really done it and you will get discord. people hoff nothing to do with terrorism become very upset because they don't want rights abridged. >> that goes in the next part of the investigation where people try to figure out was he affiliated with a terror group or just self radicalized. >> it seems like he was just wandering around, new jersey, that was specific that marines and sailors and put one on 23rd street in manhattan and 27th and maybe just to escape the train to get close to his house, leave a bag at a train station. it seemed willy nilly. >> mike here's where we have to be very careful because already we have heard, well, there is no one there there is a lone wolf. lone wolfs are not unknown wolfs. so it turns out that we had some reason to keep an eye on
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him. secondly he moved around too far, did too many things simultaneously not to have had some form of support. keep in mind, we still don't know who built the bombs for the boston marathon bombing. the question here will be who helped him build these bombs. >> especially pressure cooker like the boston marathon bombing. you cannot keep track of everybody. for goodness sake i can get on the amtrak train in the next 15 minutes and no cop will stop me, i will not be searched at all, no security there. isn't the only way to stop this is to somehow put honey towards intelligence, find out who these dudes are. >> absolutely, mike. the other thing to keep in mind he was caught in large part because there were 8,000ctv cameras in new york that you could go to and pull
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video. that means you can investigate after the fact. two things are likely to happen, first there will be more camera in our lives, recording what we do, and if someone puts a food wrong you can go to the videotape so to speak. second thick is what you have said, we have got to be more vigilant about trying to pick up information on hoist engaged in travel, speech or behavior that is in some way out of the ordinary and should be a cause for concerned but that is where we get in the rub of civil liberties discussions and concerns. >> okay. ed, good to see you, man. >> see you guys, back to you. 7:38. you know last week it was donald trump. last night it was hillary clinton's turn on the tonight show. >> see unusual greeting she got from host jimmy fallon.
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>> it is. >> yeah. >> had are you doing with this light? had is going on there. >> doctor mike. >> no, there mike says it is research that says if a man puts himself in intense light it will increase my labido. >> so, is it working. >> it seems to be. >> al ex- >> 7:42. jimmy fallon could not pass up the opportunity to poke fun at hillary clinton's recent bought of pneumonia. on his show last night. >> he made certain to prepare with surgical mask and sanitizer. >> thank you so much. thank you.
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>> yes. >> let's talk about what has happened. >> because, when you campaign i feel like it is so tricky because you have to go and you have to say hi to everybody and be happy, and... >> good bit, nicely done, jimmy. lets talk about the eagles again. >> this will be a thing. >> i will shine it on three guys coming out now, sports experts because we need to know, what did the win in chicago means? are eagles that good? they are two-zero. impressive win over browns for the first week. we have our sports panel here again. what do you think about the bird. are they for real. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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he's a race-baiting, xenophobic, religious bigot. donald trump is a phony, a fraud. he's not a serious adult. i can't vote for donald trump given the things that he said. trump should not be supported. i believe he's disqualified himself to be president. i just cannot support donald trump.
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7:46. jammo on the bennie coming into downtown philadelphia a live look from camden toll plaza we are stack and pack from south jersey up and over into downtown, a combination of the morning volume, a little bit of fog and a accident on the vine street expressway within the last half an hour. so here's an example of the fog along portions of the blue route, 422, 202, socked in here and then all week we have construction from cottman to girard and sock in with fog.
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right now we are heavy from academy, can i, hi, mike. little tight the in the studio to this morning. southbound heavy from cottman into downtown fill and we are looking at an accident on the 295 side here from south jersey southbound right here near black horse pike. the delays on 55, heading in towards the sit a approaching that 42 freeway. we don't in i rain like we had this time yesterday but we will have fog delays down at philly international. heading down to the airport be ready for minor delays. how long will it hang around? sue has the answer this 15 seconds. 7:47. we have a phillies game tonight. they are playing a chicago team.
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didn't our eagles just play one last night? let's hepp for similar results. 77 degrees when game begins. it will be cloudy, and a mild night. we got rid of the rain but we have not gotten rid of the moisture in the air. there is still a lot of cloud cover around as you can see on radar and tiny bit of rain around southern delaware, fog is the issue as bob kelly just told you north of the city but we think it is, moving further southward, so it could slow you down this morning high of 83 degrees. today once the sun comes out. eighty-seven tomorrow. eighty-six for the first day of fall on thursday. still warm on friday. we will see that autumnal cool down over the weekend. autumn willal. >> you heene it is fall. >> yes. >> big time, chicago, monday night football, carson wentz, another strong performance, eagles win 29-14 over the bears. eagles are now two and zero. lets bring in a panel of experts here, what i'm calling
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experts, etan, we have joe here, davis back. we want to know is this really a team that is for real, what do we take from the game last night. >> wait, wait, wait. >> we have a special delivery. >> i'm just saying. >> can we bring these in. even though they picked chicago we have deep tish something better. >> who are you. >> i'm renee. >> weren't you an eagles cheerleader at one point. >> i recognize you. >> you are. >> i'm nick. >> were you ever a cheerleader. >> i was not. >> conner day win. >> connor comes in and gets santucci after every home game. >> you won't see him today. >> this is a big win. >> so, you know it is also national pep ronnie pizza day. >> yes. >> that is pepperoni. >> wow. >> thank you. >> you each get your own box.
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>> that is reality. >> wow. >> it is take home. >> wow, that has everything on it. >> thank you all very much. >> where is santucci's. >> our new location is warminster and is there multiple locations throughout philadelphia. >> which is the one connor barwin. >> i'm guessing whatever center city location. >> center city, south philadelphia. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> so lets start with you etan. what do you take from the game last night 29-14. >> carson wentz is legitimate, this is a franchise quarterback we have. this is reminiscent of the combination of the somebody like andrew luck. he he has mentality, the ability to see things presnap and i'm saying it yes, dave and joe like payton hang he have is not there yet but we are dna, we are seeing that already. >> you are all in. >> i'm driving the wentz wagon. >> he is pug the wagon.
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>> he is driving it. >> he is legitimate. etan is dead on right. he is real. the team has got a shot at 2016 to do some stuff because he is more advanced then people thought. >> somebody said, ray diddinger said he doesn't seem to have a heart rate. >> mike, he makes throws that are tough. he makes throws where he will get hit. that is one negative at this point. some of that is on the line and some of that is he puts himself, in a spot. he has to take the hits people bearing down on him take the hit, make the throw. but play out of the bound he has to get out of bound. >> should there have been a flag. >> no. >> he tries to get rid of the ball. >> this is it. he tries to swing around. >> it is a dumb play, he tries to swim back in and avoid the hit. >> the hits are a big problem. >> we have new information about lane johnson what is that.
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>> information on lane johnson is he will be suspended pending an appeals. at peels hearing is october 4th which is the tuesday after their bye week. so he will play sunday but when he inevitably gets suspended because it is unlikely he wins, he will miss ten game and he will only be able to play in the last three games. >> that is within of the protectors of carson wentz. >> etan, i'm kind of friendly with jordan matthews, i hate to bring this up and show this footage of a for sure touchdown that went through his hands are hand. he has to make that catch. >> he does, we are seeing it, frustration i saw this on the loop over and over again. project something positive. here it is. that football was thrown beautiful. for two straight weeks we have seen a quarterback put the ball in a position where only the receiver can catch it the for a score. there is consistency with his throws and i cannot change results. but the ball was put
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perfectly. that is a positive. >> silver lining now joe real quickly if he had support from a former teammate last night, jeremy maclin tweeted i dropped two on sunday. jord than is a good receiver. >> he is a good player but the drops are pretty prevalent. it is holding him back from where he currently is but he is a good player. he will have a hundred catches this year but the drops last year were rampant. against a bears team you can get past that. >> does that get in your head. >> lets talk about the steelers. it is tuesday morning already. we woke up, five days from the steelers. do you that with the steelers, you might not overcome that. >> they are really good. >> he is a good player. >> real quickly here last hour dave, you said were you single and looking to mingle will. so we have some tweets, i'll go on a date with mr. uram. >> is that you oral ex-
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>> that is you. >> you are there too. >> it might be a three person date. >> i don't know specifics. >> what do we know about jade. >> zero. >> what is going on, why is it only uram that is alone. >> serena, jade, you sound beautiful. >> give me your twitter handle. >> at mr. youram, as put out by alex. >> okay. >> what was the next segment is with doctor mike, if they shine this a man has a bright light, shown upon you, you shine a bright light on a man it will increase his labido. >> or just blind me. >> how are you feeling. >> tired because i haven't slept. >> that is not the right answer. >> she didn't want to hear that. >> enjoy your pizza. >> can we eat. >> that is your reward. >> so this new study is about
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many people asked me what the heck is wrong with me? well, it turns out, studio lighting? look at how intense lights are. these are lights from our studio, right now, right above us, shining on me, over the 30 year career. >> at least four hours a take. >> four hours a day, intense studio lights. here's a study we have found, i'm not to blame for my behavior, it is the lighting. apparently, light therapy could increase your man's sexual desire. >> that is right, it is legitimate. >> is this legitimate doctor mike. >> yes. >> or is this an excuse. >> this is real. this is a new study showing
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not only does bright lights, let's turn this on. >> i wanted to shed light on the issue. >> increases your hand's labido by testosterone and what it does is makes you really all riled up. so, i'm telling you, rather than this may be a shore safe alternative for things like testosterone, with some potential side effects. >> it increases testosterone, the light. did you know that over the winter months, the sunlight decreases, testosterone levels go down and number of the births go down. so, you see it peak in the spring when there is more
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light, more sunshine. >> wait a minute. >> before mike goes crazy, and shine light on the wisdom how long do you need to be in the light or is what the rules, every day. >> well, just like with seasonal affective disorder, bright light, even for 15 minutes, actually will reduce depression, it is well known very scientifically proven fact, entity. now what this science shows is that it may actually increase testosterone increasing, labido. >> so like 15before. >> look at bob kelly. >> bob kelly. >> i'm ready. >> if you think bit, high inn tones light. >> it is not going to hurt anybody. >> i will do this for your wife's sake. good to see you, doctor mike. >> i never see her anyway. >> great job, doctor mike. >> i love you, alex. >> roof you.
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>> oh, well, could be the light. it is tuesday, september 20th, 2016. thanks doctor. bombings, gunfire. >> the trail of crime scenes, spanning two states in a shoot-out in new jersey. what we are now learning about the man police believe to be at center of all this mess. a first grade fighter, lea still cancer free and helping others. how you can walk alongside her to raise money for kid just like her. even hollywood is talking about our eagles. >> how do you talk about football do you see eagles are going,. >> i love it. >> jen sat down with the star of the scream queens why she's squaring off with taylor about the bird. >> wow, nick cannon is live in our studio, why he's choosing temple university for a very
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special show. what he is in john dorenbos and his magical performance on america's got talent. >> we have a bone to pick with nick cannon. he will be sitting with us here in a little bit. to see if he can appeal the america's got talent verdict there. >> yeah. >> do you think he would. >> we're in the happy. >> not at all. >> well, it wasn't nick's fault but america's fault. >> true. >> after that last session i should so something i got in the mail today. it is a holy bible. this was sent in by evangelist meme bonds. she sent this unsolicited to me. >> it is really nice. >> what is the message. >> do you need jesus. >> she used her bedazzler. >> she personalized it.
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>> yes. >> maybe it will rub off. >> that is a sign from above. >> is there a lightening that comes down. >> you better run for your lives. >> but thank you, that was very sweet. aim not sure what the message is but maybe i need help. >> yes. >> it is up for interpretation. >> but, we pick the number of the day. >> oh, no. >> i'm far away from him. >> that sound was around yesterday with all that rain, lightening and thunder. >> the rain is gone, but the moisture remains really humid out there. six out of ten is the number. bus stop buddy you can see out there with the fog, clouds around, 60's and 70's your
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temperature. allentown reading still has a lot of fog. tough to get around in lancaster count which all that fog. we have seen some over i-95. we have quite a few clouds on our satellite and radar picture and it looks like some of that fox is creeping into philadelphia international. 90 percent relative humidity and 07 degrees, and did we get enough sunshine? we will get up to 38 degrees. still humid to day but a nice change for tomorrow, we will get details on that, coming up in just a few minutes. good morning, bob kelly. >> good morning, sueby. 8:04. we have been dealing with delays and some fog, here's a live look at route 309 near susquehanna a make sure your head lights are on pulling out of the driveway. different scenario here in this time yesterday we had wipers on as you headed to work this morning just dealing with the fog lights. jammed solid coming into philadelphia. that is philly side of the ben franklin bridge, vine street expressway stacked up, volume, fog and a earlier accident on the vine. the is there also delays here on i-95 southbound from
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cottman, awe the way into center city. lets role video from the news van we have pulled up to a scene in new castle county delaware 300 block of mores lane, canada dry tractor trailer into the, actually the front of someone's house here right off of mores lane in new castle county, delaware. ouch. take a look at the front porch there. i'm not quite sure what the scenario is. hopefully driver and have been in the the house is okay. we have no reports of any serious injuries. that happened early this morning. maybe the fog had something to do with it because we have been dealing with that all morning long as we have gone back to the maps here. watch out for delays here this morning, again, on 295 southbound stacked and packed toward the black horse pike. again, an accident there. we are dealing with delays north on the freeway and scattered minor delays at philly interest, all weather related. so make sure our cameras still up and running there at
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presbyterian hospital. we think that sergeant sylvia young who was involved in the shoot-out on friday evening in west philadelphia will be released certainly before 9:00. i know we have been promising that. hopefully it will happen. police escort, patrol will be involved. >> she was targeted in an ambush shooting in west philadelphia friday night. officials say that they are arranging a highway patrol escort for her trip home, at some point this morning so again, as mike said we will make sure to get that for you. >> okay. listen to this... [gunfire] >> can you imagine being on the streets of linden, new jersey about 22 hours ago, that is, cell phone video. >> capture moment police got to a gunfight yesterday with the man authorities say is connected to terror attack is a cross new jersey and new york. >> new information is coming in all the time about this. what have you learned now, jenny. >> reporter: police tell thrust were several clues that led them to 28 year-old ahmad
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rahami from fingerprints at the scene of the chelsea blast to electronic toll record are the same time frame link to the vehicle that rahami had access to rahami was on the the fbi's most wanted list for being caught. he was found in linden, new jersey yesterday morning after a man called police to report a guy sleeping outside a restaurant. thirty lease responded and identified the man as suspect terrorist wanted in connection with three explosions over the course of two days. that was a picture of rahami, captured in the morning shoot-out, with the police, american citizen who was born in afghanistan was wounded in the shooting and transported to a hospital two linden police officers also shot but they are expected to be okay. they found ra ham's fingerprints on a pressure cooker and able to link him to saturday's explosion in the north jersey shore town saturday night's blast in manhattan's chelsea neighborhood that injured 29 people, and pipe bombs, found
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at an linden, new jersey train station sunday night. new york commissioner james o'neill says there is great relief that a suspect is in custody, however, new york city is number one target in the world and always needs to be on alert. >> a lot happier today then yesterday. i think all new yorkers should feel secure that the nypd and other agencies in new york city will continue to keep them safe ape continue in this investigation that we get to know who was involved and why. >> rahami is charged with five counts of attempted murder and being held on 5.2 million-dollar bail. the fbi says at this point there is no indication that anyone assisted rahami with the bombing or the directions were the work of the larger terror cell, mike and alex. >> let's continue to talk about this night report. let's bring in someone with the home land security anti terrorism, background for sure. congress mack pat meehan.
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question always comes up after one of these episodes, what do you do about it. this guy seemed to be wandering around targeting, the sailors and marines at the race at the jersey shore. why 23rd street. he end up at a train station in elizabeth. new jersey. how can you stop any of this. >> reporter: we're looking at a difficult situation because we have an american citizen. you have a guy who did travel but you don't know when they came back this they found anything suspicious about his trouble. we have someone who has not come into suspicion with the law up force. we have a lone wolf and a combination of those factors creates situation where we're looking for activity that gives evidence up front. >> how do you determine what should be suspicious. we know he visited an area known for its presence. is he what point do you say he
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had secondary questioning, additional questioning, so what point during the line do you say maybe this is something we are looking for. >> we need to know what happened over there. we are looking at three places. they will look at his communications, my suspicion, whether they have any access to the kind of internet. they will work with afghan and pakistan officials. the area he was in were known to be taliban hot spots, iron what was he doing over there for more than a year. they will be looking at anything that -- >> did we know he was there. >> well... judge we knew he was there. yet somehow thankfully, it isn't the worst but this happened. >> he got married to a woman over there. so, you know there is a possibility that he was spent a time with family over there but once again we don't know enough, about the time. his explanation as period that
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they were simply family related experiencing over there but they don't know what they were doing how he was deployed and what kind of things he was doing to do this. >> i know you take amtrak from here to d.c. >> that is right. >> back and forth, we go up to new york and down to d.c. i never get stopped. i got stopped once three years ago when they looked at my bag and that was it. >> how come there isn't more security on amtrak not that i'm looking for it. >> but one of the first presence and a lot of the dogs. the biggest deterrent believe it or not is the dogs. yesterday iowas in new york, in the station, governor has called out the national guard. you see them there. walking in chelsea. and they impact is still being felt by the people up there but there is a sense of resilience, and there is millions of people walking around. real key, to identify these people before they do it. are they go to go increase
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intelligence. cannot stop individual things across the street. >> just like we saw before with some of the other situations, we will have to find out what we need to know about his activities before he came back from afghanistan. that is place where you will discover whether there was radicalization, who he was associating with. this is same situation as tsarnaev brothers the one brot their became radicalized and came back and to get in the country. >> it sound like there is no way to get ahead of this. you say you got married, spending time with family. my question is, after the event has happened how do we do it and make sure we're stopping this before? >> we don't necessity all of the times it has stopped, right. >> well, he was stopped, when he came in the country he was questioned more extensively because of the places that he traveled to. he had explanations for why he was there. this isn't the changing dynamic. september 11th was a
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coordinated conspiracy. what we have here is radicalization of lone wolves horren expired and worst case scenario is last two have been american citizens who are presumably radicalized and we are looking to see what kind of things are taking place on his internet or anything else that may have indicated that he has been communicating. they will look at the bombs to see what kind of infrastructure is develop from that. my suspicion is you will see it generated from the inspire magazine, much of the way of the boston it teaches folks how to make these bombs. >> yes. >> my point was, of course, we don't know all the of the times fbi a has been successful in stopping somebody. >> well, that is true. intervention is a fine line in human rights, civil rights and other kinds of things where you have to have a predicate to be able to do. the question is how much do you have. >> good to see you. >> good to see you. >> come back on a better note,
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please. >> thank you. >> 8:14. i think she's in the studio. lea still is here cancer tree helping others. she has a great event this weekend that we will tell you about. i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way.
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hmm. no reason. little lea still has come a long way since being diagnosed with stage four neuro plasma, back in june of 2014. so that is two years ago. >> and now she just started first grade. >> doctors gave lea a 50/50 chance of survival but lea kept fighting. her father texans player devon still, chronicled her battle on social media he played fat ball in penn state, grew up in delaware as did lea's mom channing smilely n january 2010lea dad posted she was cancer free after 40 days of chemotherapy, 40 days have of antibody therapy and 19 days of radiation and seven hour surgery. her family held their breath when she experienced some set is backs and then came news they should had been waiting
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for. >> she came on good day to celebrate. >> can i give you one. >> boom. >> do i get one too. >> yeah. >> plus, 20,161st year in remission. >> hi, lea, welcome back. >> thank you. >> of course lea's mom channing good to have you back. >> good morning. >> so first grade. you have been through first grade. >> yes. you have a few days. >> yeah. >> do you like it. >> yes. >> yes. >> a lot of homework already? do you have home work. >> schoolwork. >> that is how it should be, i don't think you should have homework, for the first day. we have to show this off. >> look at you. >> can you do a twirl, a spin. >> look at that, very nice. >> alex, what would you call this look.
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>> i think she's a beautiful princess, ballerina. >> yes. >> does she dress herself, mom. >> some days. >> what about this. >> that was mom. >> mom knows what she's doing. cancer free for how long now. >> a little over a year. >> remind everybody what the situation was. >> you know, one day, she was just not feeling well, couple visits to the hospital and realized it was stage four neuroblastoma. we went through all of the treatments and everything and now she's in remission. >> are you still amazed when you see her like wow. >> i am, i am, i am grateful for all of the support we have received from everyone. >> do you think bit every day. >> i actually do. i see other children going through the same thing it is heart breaking. >> it is. >> you are about to cry again. >> look at lea. >> very sweet.
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>> you have been nothing but smiles? are you still fist bumping. >> yes. >> i get a sense pinkies your favorite color. your nails are pink. what is your favorite color. >> pink and red and black. >> yes, nice colors. >> so is what the rent coming up. >> it is our second walk for lea and we just moved the event. it is going to be inn doors now due to the rain. >> okay. >> it will be at christiana mall newark, delaware, registration at 7:45. it is a $35 registration fee on site and we will start at villa and end at villa and that is our partner we have been working with the past two years and we will be at villa until 11:00 a.m., giving away, and donations and dj to celebrate. >> can we get a shot of lea here. she's six but kind of looking like 26.
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>> so what is that in order? how do you describe her. >> very stays i but you very smart. >> would you say you are zazi. >> yes. >> what do you like to do now. >> i don't know. >> is what your favorite thing to do. >> play on the ipad. >> do you still dance too. do you still like dancing ? is what your favorite song right now. >> is there anybody you like, some star. >> she loves rihanna. >> yes. >> that is a good pick. >> last time you were here i remember you showed us lots of bracelets. he showed us your hospital bracelets. you still have some bracelets. >> let's see them. >> look up a little bit. >> charms. >> yes, okay. >> and then alex and ani and
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shopkins one. >> there is some pink in there. >> remind everybody, put up the graphic, we will get a lot of people out. >> delaware, this saturday the 24th, registration at christiana mall, newark, delaware and can't wait to see you there. go on to the lea still foundtation for early registration. >> what is as far as her health is concern, checkups. >> every three months and we're headed to chop after this. >> you are going now. >> yes. >> our first stop and tomorrow she will get her scans to make sure everything is okay. >> so what would you rather do visit us at "good day philadelphia" or go over to the hospital. >> i would say stay here all day long. >> get over here. we're not going to chop today we can do it tomorrow. >> we will see you this weekend. >> okay. >> keep us updated.
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>> i will. >> do you like pizza. >> yes. >> i got a ton of pizza. >> national pepperoni pizza day did you know that. >> yes. >> i have a feet pizza. >> yeah. >> yes. >> we should invent that. >> they should. >> so less than a week on sale and already people are having a problem with the iphone seven. >> what some say their new phonies doing that is making them nervous. >> owe h, no. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the
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sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? 8:26. there we go, lea, we have good news and bad news. did we get to the pizza already. >> no. >> was it you. >> don't we have a whole pizza. >> somebody got the to it. >> it is still good pepperoni. here's bad news you have to
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have your test at children's hospital so you cannot eat until after the test. kitkat kline, coming through. >> are you ready. >> there you go. >> there is one missing. >> what kind of staff do we have here. >> look at her face. >> so lea, the boss says you can take this to chop with you and minute tests are done you can eat it, is that cool. >> does that sound like a deal. >> yes. >> wait a minute. >> we will try one more. >> let's reveal. >> here we go. >> yeah. >> but it is just a plane tomato pie. >> do you like tomato pie. >> no. >> let's go back to the
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retread. >> should we go with the one that has one missing. >> that is broccoli. >> we will get her some pizza. yes. >> how many pieces do you need. >> yes. >> okay. >> okay. listen to this you know what this sound is? it sound like a snake. it is a hissing sound. it is coming out of my new phone to you want to investigate what that is about. >> yes. >> lets do that after the break. plus embrace joy of eating. it is national breakfast month, we will celebrate with the brand new cookbook by one of our good friend kate cavuto. katie mcginty: franny, johnny, mikey, maureen, jimmy,
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him because we think john dorenbos should have won america's got will talent. we will talk to him about that. grand mommies moving in, at least for the weekend, one celebrity says her parents do it so she can have time with her husband what do you think? would you let mom and dad move in? sue what do you think of that one. >> it depend on the mom and dad. it could work out. bus stop buddy, he is not ready to move out or in. he is just going to the bus stop waiting to go to school. we have pockets of fog. tough to see him but temperatures in the 60's and 70's. we have fog in lancaster pottstown reading and mount pocono. we have reduced visibility at philly interest that the. it is not too bad but a lot of clouds lingering in yesterday's rain and cold front that is stalling off shore. not a lot of rain. look at how visibility has changed, at philly international. our temperature, 70 degrees, it looks like lanes are still
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taking off though 8 miles an hour breezes out of the north. plan on some sunshine at some point later on today but otherwise they are high of 83 degrees, alex. toss to anyone living with diabetes and they will tell you their food options or what limited. this may change as our next guest has her way. katie cavuto is registered dietition. you know katie. congratulations. you have a new cookbook out. what sit called. >> whole cooking and nutrition and really the point of this cookbook is to inspire people that you can eat relately healthy foods and taste great. >> there air lot of recipes, 150. but it is not just for people dealing with diabetes. >> it is not, the most important thing when diagnosed with illness and put on a diet they think it will be depriving. reality is, heart healthy diet, diabetic diet they are a healthy diet. it is way we all should be
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eating and it can be inspiring, empowering and you can eat good food. >> i'm ready to be inspire. >> lets see this stuff. >> we're spotlighting couple recipes. it is national breakfast month. it is one of the meals so easy to skip, right. >> i skip it every day. >> one of my favorite things is to plan ahead. my little will guy just started kindergarten. we have been make a breakfast bread every morning. this is a oats. so it is like a trail hicks bar. it has raisins, pumpkin seeds, almond, oats. we just baked it. now you have a bar that is ready to go, freeze some for later and grab and go breakfast option that is nourishing. >> all that in one. >> that is something you don't have time in the morning. >> exactly, get it and go. >> we love planning ahead. >> another great grab and go option is this. >> good too. >> right. >> another great option is a smoothie. thinks a cream sickle
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smoothie, is in play on the flavors we love, in our childhood. and i love all, i'll stack this up in the fridge night before and just throw it in the blender and i'm out the door. >> what is in it. >> oranges, banana, kail, of course, a little bit of vanilla extract which gives that it flavor profile that we love growing up. >> sound good. >> and then we have the salad. >> i love this. i'm all for just throwing single meals together and there is a lot you can do with this. instead of fresh fruit we grab frozen fruit and let it defrost because it is great as a topping on oatmeal, on something like yogurt or cottage cheese. >> same benefit then. >> actually, yes, because it is really allowed to riper. a lot of our fruit that is fresh is it is harvested before it is allowed to ripe even. fruit even fruits are allowed
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to ripe even and they are flash frozen. they are more nutrients dent and it is less expensive, which is great. >> what is name of this one. >> we just took our frozen raspberries a little bit of the cardima and walnut. >> exactly there we have cinnamon. >> what is that. >> it is a beautiful sizes. it is what you are smelling. it has a really natural sweetness and it has a saferry profile. we are just hicks ago this and spiesing it up with orange zest. >> to give it more flavor. >> yes. >> a little bit shore flavor. >> you know what our spices were a around for thousand years and they have medicinal benefits. we have 85 every day super food. it talks about cinnamon to almond and why they are so good for to you inspire to us eat better. >> we take this. >> yes. >> put it on cottage cheese, if oath heel is your thing to the same thing with oatmeal.
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>> this could be breakfast, nice snack. >> walnuts which adds crunch, anti-inflammatory fats and just help this satisfaction you as well. >> where can we fine the book. >> get the book on amazon, american diabetes association web site, barnes and noble and visit my blog nourish, breathe, and i think everyone will really appreciate the fact that these air approachable easy recipes. >> easy, yes. >> easy, to make. >> thanks very much, katie. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> 8:37. less than a week on sale and already people are having problems with the i phone seven. what owners say their new phonies doing that is making them nervous.
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listen to this sound... it has been out for less than a week some people are reporting that the iphone seven may have a serious design flaw. they say their phones make a hissing noise. well, iphone seven, seven plus have been row duesing this sound, when subjected to heavy processor work load. like you're laying a game on the phone? they continue to function but sound is said to be somewhat alarming for some people. >> what is it for you, it toss than the always make noises. >> no, i somebody said on twitter their i thephone five got hot they got scar. it healthed up so badly. >> so, the causes not clear. apple has not commented on the issue as of yet. >> then also do you update to ios10? i saw some tweets some people having problems with their phones on the latest april rating system. i haven't done the upgrade yet, i want to know, do you
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have problems? >> kaboom. >> did you do the update. >> difficult not. >> i hear a white noise out of the i phone seven. >> it has to do with headphones. >> we will find out from apple. >> scream queens is kind of the fun show, on fox, and jen got the to talk to some of the stars, who are they. >> hottie john stamos, hotter taylor lautner. what did mr. t have to do with those two super studs. you'll want to hear what they had to say about mr. t coming up.>[a5df]
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77 degrees at game time. it will get dark quickly because sunset time is officially 7:01. it will be a mild night at the ballpark. maybe still on the humid side because these stubborn clouds will be hanging around for a while. little bit of rain down to the south. ocean city, maryland is getting rain all morning long but for the most part our moisture is in the form of fog. it is getting better to the north of us but still foggy in mount pocono. that is how day is starting. we should end with sunshine and 83 degrees. eighty's on wednesday. thursday first day of autumn and friday the first full day of autumn, but by week even it will start feeling like fall with the high on sunday mike and alex of 72 degrees. >> in the air conditioning world, humans that work in the air conditioning business. >> yes. >> they believe, i believe they say that 72 is the optimum temperature for your home. >> i believe that.
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>> 72 degrees. >> sixty-eight. >> is that what you are at. >> seventy-two. >> it might be 72. >> anyway, it is perfect. >> i like 72. >> premiere week is continuing here on fox. >> tonight is the return of scream queens with a new episode. >> this year there is some new faces, jen. >> new faces are adorable, john stamos, taylor lautner, yes. so, the cast was pretty girl heavy last season, you know with kiki pal inner, lea michelle, jamie lee curtis. so they have bulked up in the boy department. these two boys are creepy but captivating doctors. so two hollywood hungs, i i just had to ask who wears more hair gel. >> hand down this one. >> really. >> yes. >> this is stuff from the 80's still in here. >> i don't know what it is. >> i don't know what is in there. >> i have an 11 year-old and
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he found a jell last year but he doesn't like it because it sweats into your face. i said just don't wash it. i try to give him advice. >> go easy on it, and those kids are over gelling, you know. >> don't be over gelling. >> don't be over gelling. >> simple advice, mike i'm sure you give him the same advice. >> john staple owes loves philly. he has played here with the beach boys here more than once but one time a fourth of july on the art museum steps want insanely memorable because of mr. t. >> one time was fourth of july and they played there and went on to washington d.c. but mr. t was part of this cameo. jimmy page and joan jett and mr. t was one of the guys. we were going by those steps. i'll get you balboa. >> that was awesome.
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>> ba barackas. >> quincy, it was before instagram or he would have instagram that nonsense. >> i'll get you balboa. >> you seen ba barackas doing that. >> never. >> you might remember him, the q show on fox. >> at 12 noon. >> here's another thing i was talking to these guys after the first eagles game when we first fell in love when it was wentzavania. of course, eagles came up. i could not hide my excitement. taylor lautner little punk. he is not too optimistic about this eagles. >> did you see eagles are going to the super bowl they won their first game. >> i love your optimism but i didn't see that. you looked good in week one. you have a rookie quarterback, and a new coach. >> super bowl. >> first week. >> it is philadelphia.
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>> she's jumping ahead of the game here. >> he never comes to visit us on "good day philadelphia". >> feel blessed. >> apparently bob sagget complains about a lot the of stuff. i will complain about taylor. >> i'm complain about their buttons like they were low. can you button up your buttons lease. >> who is guest on the q show today. >> we have a lot of guest but we have kenney gamble. >> that is good. >> so anyway, scream queens along with new girl and brooklyn 911 are back. i asked him to come he won't come. it is premiere week on fox 29 and we are giving away cash card worth $500 every single night. gotham, how todd watch last night for the code. >> i saw the code word. >> one of our viewers tweeted it to us. >> ladies and gentlemen, let's get it. >> where is your hat. >> i can say yet. >> it hasn't been revealed.
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>> i say that is why i watch i want to satisfy what hat. >> stay tuned for the hat. >> 8:51. >> getting fed up with your significant other? why some women are retreating in the backyard. where do you go to escape from your partner? i know somebody who sits in the bathroom at night. >> really, who? >> i will reveal. somebody you know very well. >> really. >> they only have one bedroom so she sits on the bathroom in one toilet. >> now i know who it is. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president.
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join us this friday as we solute troops toran you'll military day. come down to fourth and market, seven to 10:00 a.m. we
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will shut down the entire street, we will throw a block party and honor men and women who serve our country. we want to say thank you, honor you, this friday, september 23rd, from 7 to 10:00 a.m., come out and join us, get your pictures ready to she pictures of your military members serving, who have served, so we can put them on tv. it will happen this friday. >> best day of the year. >> google may have gone over board with privacy settings. >> really. >> when it posted an image of its street view. street view is dangerous. walking down the street with somebody you are not supposed to be walking down the street, google car might go by and take a picture and it will be there forever. >> check out the picture, cambridge, england, google blurred a cow, the company says it uses software to blur humans, but the software in this case, went a bit far. >> which one is which.
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>> i have no idea. >> our monitors are small. >> megan? >> it doesn't look blurred to me. >> this is a lawsuit, now the cow in the back, the reddish cow is suing google apparently for not blurring his face because that cow is not supposed to be with the other cow on the pathway. >> is that what is happening. >> yes, red cow has been dating a holstein back in the you had. this looks like a romantic walk. >> there is a nice advertise tans between them. there is something you cannot say who is near you. >> have you ever been with someone you weren't supposed to were on a walk and you stay a bit behind them. >> this is better view. >> that young black cow is blurred. >> the red cow is the one upset with google because about because red cow was in the relationship and dating the black cow. >> apparently people are so upset and maybe other cows
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across the world that google will extend it. >> whole thing is utterly ridiculous. >> google says we thought were you pulling the utter one but it is clear our automatic face blurring technology has been overzealous. >> so in reality what happened was it is only supposed to blur human faces, it blurred a cow. >> well, with that out of the way we can have our special guest, coming in, nick cannon, he will be right here, we say live in our studio. >> i'm so excited. my first night in philly, mike. >> you came from the airport and met me at hotel monaco and i said well, look who is here nick cannon. >> i didn't meet him, but we said lets to this and that. >> never got to meet himy met him and took pictures with him so i have moved on. nothing has change. >> nothing. >> we have a bone to pick with him. we believe john dorenbos should have won that show not this show but america's got talent we will address that with him.
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