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FOX News
Jul 12, 2013 8:00am PDT
his nephew, george zimmerman. i think it came across very credibly. i think he came across a man of his oath, of his word, and i would ask you to consider the testimony in that regard. mark osterman, buddy of his, talked about the weapon used, how you holster a gun. he's good at what he does. he was helping george figure out how to fire a gun. son da osterman, friend, definitely george zimmerman screaming for help. and explained away some of what the state was trying to prove ty call about the anger and hatred and all that that just isn't there. same thing with ms. geri russo, same thing with leanne benjamin, that was george zimmerman. john donnelly was interesting because i'm not sure that i could if i had thought about trying to figure out who in the world talks to people they know and then hears them scream for their life, i just -- there's no profession that does that. maybe a cornerman in a boxing ring, but they don't scream for help there. a medic in vietnam. a person who hangs out during the day with his buddies of 6200 people, figures out who they are, what they are, who the
FOX News
Jul 2, 2013 8:00am PDT
breaking news. the george zimmerman murder trial underway right now, bill and martha were just talking about it. we heard new testimony from the lead investigator to questioned zimmerman the night he shot trayvon martin. we'll bring you the dramatic new developments, get you caught up on that. growing questions as we learn that a ten-year-old girl whose family successfully fought to get her an adult lung transplant didn't have just one transplant last month but two. we'll tell you more about this story. and he's one of just five surviving quadruple amputees, veterans from the wars in afghanistan and iraq. the remarkable recovery of travis mills. a great story about determination. it's all "happening now." central casting we're not. the lead investigator, the bleed detective who really investigated the fatal shooting of trayvon martin back on the stand today, and his testimony has been one to watch. we are glad you are with us, everybody, i'm jenna lee. >> reporter: i'm rick folbaum in for jon scott. chris serino is answering questions. today's proceedings beginning with a key d
FOX News
Jun 30, 2011 11:00am EDT
command center manned by george anthony, located at 4466 north jon young pork way, orlando, florida, 32804, the partners have agreed to this fact and it should be considered as true in your deliberations, bearing the signature of mr. jose baez and the defendant and the replica and symbol for the signature of ms. linda grain burger. >> [inaudible comments] >> i'm just reading what was given to me. you may publish the exhibit. >> are you publishing it now? >> you need to put it so it's on the screen. >> >> [inaudible] >> >> jon: just so our viewers know, the courtroom in orlando is trying to play a clip of a local newscast that -- there is the audio. the audio had not been available, and apparently they're going to recue it and play it with the audio. it's the clip of a local newscast from i believe channel six in orlando that showed george anthony at the command post where they were searching for his granddaughter. let's listen back to the courtroom activity now. >> the defense calls george anthony. >> do you solemnly swear or amp to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but th
FOX News
Oct 19, 2015 10:00am PDT
huckabee. only one candidate that won iowa and that was george w. in 2000. remember again five percent of the delegates will be chosen in february. the other 95 percent republicans do what was done in the four early states? i don't think so. it will be be a long contest and we'll so a lot of twists and turns before we get to the end. >> chris, an opinion writer wrote this piece. he said jeb bush's demeanor is a poor fit for a republican party and republican base than confrontation on all times and% fronts. i heard it over the weekend, they like donald trump's brash approach calling out the world like he sees. it and jeb bush is a conventional politician. >> we'll see again how much that brashness lasts. on the weekend we had the controversy on 9/11. and mr. trump gave an interview to the washington post and why he was blaming 9/11 on george bush. he said the director of the cia knew about the attack before it happen. that was not true. there was increased chatter about an attack but no actual intelligence on which they could act. the 9/11 commission looked at the cia knew in ad
FOX News
Jun 17, 2013 11:00am EDT
helped set up this program with the former head of the cia george tenet and former cia director mike hayden in 2001. >> what this program allows us to do and the way it was set up and the way it's been operated is when we went to karachi and captured khalid sheikh mohammed, we could get his rolodex and see who he was talking to in the united states. >> reporter: the low-level nsa employee who leaked these programs to "the guardian" newspaper is holding a live online chat to answer questions about these programs. you can follow it on twitter at hash tag asksnowden. meanwhile, we await the nsa and information from the intel community about the other plots that these programs helped to disrupt. jenna? jenna: all right. we'll stay on that and watch for developments. jennifer, thank you. jon: the newspaper that first broke the nsa leak story now releasing new information. britain's "guardian" newspaper reports the british intelligence agency essentially spied on foreign diplomats during a pair of g20 meetings back in 2009. greg talcott is live in london with more on that. what other revel
FOX News
Jun 29, 2011 11:00am EDT
casey anthony. this is her father, george, on the stand right now. he has been asked what it was like when he found out that the remains of his little granddaughter, caylee had been found in the woods near his home. you can see the emotion that is resulting. it appears perhaps they have taken a break because of the emotion that he is exhibiting there on the stand. at any rate, the casey anthony trial is underway. there sits casey, as usual at the defense table. at one point earlier in the day she was all by herself. we are going to try to get you updated on what is happening there in the courtroom right now. jenna: phil keating is standing by. you've been watching the trial throughout the morning. an eventful morning. a lot of testimony. explain to us what is happening now with this brief break and catch us up to date if we have viewer just joining us. >> reporter: people are watching george anthony here, as his attorney right there is putting his arm around his shoulder to escort him out here. that is an unbelievable emotional moment for a grandfather, brought back to that day,
FOX News
May 31, 2012 11:00am EDT
ladies are visiting the white house or are at the white house for the unveiling of president george w. bush's portrait. a happy occasion but the timing is interesting. it always is with the president recently citing the bush economic ol sis in campaign attack ads, targeting governor romney. ed henry at the white house for the interesting meeting today. what can we expect to see? >> reporter: isn't it kind of rich, president obama spent for more than three years focusing in part how he inherited a economic crisis from president george w. bush. this is a day to put that aside. the last time george w. bush was here at the white house with president obama a couple years back when he came here together with bill clinton for haiti relief. this is former fraternity of presidents to come together. in fact it was president george w. bush who unveiled the portrait of bill clinton. he came back. they had nice things to say about each other despite political differences. former president clinton in office many years ago unveiled the portrait of president george h.w. bush even though they squared
FOX News
Jun 24, 2013 8:00am PDT
administration wants to employ. and we've heard opening statements from the prosecutor in the george zimmerman murder trial. right now zimmerman's defense team is addressing the jury about the death of trayvon martin. and no one is watching the trial more closely than trayvon's parents. >> i have been every day, i will be attending this court and -- to try to get justice for my son. what makes your family smile? backflips and cartwheels. love, warmth. here, try this. backflips and camm, ok!s. ching! i like the fact that there's lots of different tastes going on. mmmm! breakfast i'm very impressed. this is a great cereal! honey bunches of oats. i hear you crunching. jenna: happening right now a dramatic day in the george zimmerman murder trial as both sides deliver some hard-hitting opening statements. that is a live look inside the courtroom by the way. he is charged with second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of trayvon martin an unarmed black teenager in central florida. zimmerman is pleading not guilty saying he shot martin in self-defense. prosecutors say zimmerman profiled m
FOX News
Dec 26, 2016 10:00am PST
2000. george bush won a contested election and things were beyond raw when it came to emotions with the gore and clinton camp. was this what president clinton was doing as well? was it this kind of undermining and lame duke of settling scores or during the transitions in 2008. >> there was none of this that i recall are. there was an incident not directed by president clinton and came about from the gore staffer and personal damage wrecked on the computers and offices in the old executive office building. >> and there is one of the great things about america. peaceful transfer of power and president clinton could not have been more helpful. and it was helpful to me when we made the transition. what can can we do when i leave office to make sure we have a smoother and productive traps upon -- transition to help the new president, john mccain or barak obama to assume pour in a more efficient fashion. >> it is iny credible to get this kind of insight. and what was the specifics that president bush and clinton did. and president obama said was upon helpful and that you are note seeing done
FOX News
Apr 20, 2012 11:00am EDT
is still up for determination. another big headline that aim south of this hearing is that george zimmerman apologizes to the martin family for the last of their son. phil keating is standing by in florida, and you watched this along with us, phil. what struck you most about what we just saw? >> reporter: well, number one, the state was asking for no bond, or if there was a bond a million dollars, something that absolutely would be financially unattainable for george zimmerman. his attorney asking for a very small amount, $15,000, and the judge, based on all of the circumstances here, going with $150,000 bond, that is most likely going to easily be met by george zimmerman, whose parents testified via telephone today for their own safety, that they would do everything they could, even though they are of very minimal financial means to put their house up as could he hrat rafplt it does appear that george zimmerman at some point, it could be today, could be over the weekend, will make bond and walk out of the seminole county justice center. in that courtroom the parents of 17-year-ol
FOX News
Jul 13, 2010 11:00am EDT
most suck of sports franchises and today, new york yankees owner george steinbrenner has died, reaction from the sports world and beyond. jon: newt gingrich with his eye on a big prize, he plan ned -- he says he is seriously considering a presidential run. so how does he stack up against some other potential republican candidates in karl rove weighs in. jenna: in the bottom box, fresh information on a story we reported to you yesterday, the alligators that attacked a swimmer in naples, florida, biting off the teenager's hand this hour. we're going to talk to the man who got the gator. jon: we are here in the fox newsroom, breaking news is coming in around the world, the domestic desk covering the u.s., the foreign desk watching events around the world and our media desk, bringing in all the video and live pictures to you around the clock, here in the fox news room. jon: a fox news alert for you, adam -- admiral thad allen giving us an update now on that new tighter fitting containment cap on top of the leaking well in the gulf of mexico. let's listen in. >> a baseline from whi
FOX News
Jul 11, 2013 8:00am PDT
planes are able to utilize that runway. jenna: thank you. jon: right now the george zimmerman murder trial entering its final chapter. the prosecution and defense giving closing arguments and closing hours. it will be up to the jury to decide if zimmerman acted in self-defense when he shot and killed 17-year-old trayvon martin last year. lives in sanford, florida. already some developments in court this morning. reporter: this morning multiple explosive outbursts from george zimmerman defense attorney don west in the courtroom. they all met here at 9:00 a.m. to go over the jury instructions. and we got to the lesser offenses the state wanted included on the jury instructions for the six women when they go into the deliberation room tomorrow to consider. so here's what we have so far. george zimmerman charged with second-degree murder, that is a conviction option for the jury. also, manslaughter, a lesser event that will also be a consideration for conviction by the jury. the state still wants a judge to allow in the lesser charge of third-degree felony murder, and they are still argu
FOX News
Dec 4, 2012 8:00am PST
: former president george w. bush set to take the podium any moment in dallas expected to deliver a speech about the months tiff impact of immigratio positive impact on immigration. we'll bring it live as it happens. dozens of atlanta students and teachers treated for carbon monoxide poisoning back in school today. what caused the potentially deadly gas leak. and it's all "happening now." jenna: with the united states heading towards that fiscal cliff house republicans are now offering up a plan of their own to avert that combination of spending cuts and tax hikes. it's set to welcome us all on january 1st if they don't have an agreement. i'm jenna lee. jon: some kind of welcome that would be. i'm jon scott. within hours of seeing the proposal the white house slammed the g.o.p. offer saying quote their plan provides nothing new and provides no details on what deductions they'll limb nature, loopholes they will close or which medicare savings they would achieve. house speaker john boehner inc insists his offer is the best one on the table calling it a credible plan that deserves seri
FOX News
Oct 5, 2015 8:00am PDT
change of heart and bring in his brother, george w. bush, to boost his campaign? we'll ask karl rove next. jon: fox news alert. crews are responding to what appears to be an amtrak derailment. reports suggest that the amtrak train 55, which runs each day between washington, d.c. and st. albans vermont, has jumped tracks, how serious it is we don't know at this point. it happened in northfield vermont. that is the home of norwich, university, not too far south of the canadian border near the end run of this train. what precisely happened, whether cars are still on their wheels so to speak or if they tipped over on their sides we don't have any report yet. we will stay on top of that. we'll let you know more as we get information on fox. ♪ >> georgia's boy and george's brother. that is generally, not nothing, i'm proud of my family but i'm not going to get elected by being the third bush running for president. i got that. i have enough self-awareness to know that is not the case. i have to go earn it. jenna: jeb bush speaking about his brother. having a maybe a change of heart on the
FOX News
May 18, 2012 11:00am EDT
tray case. does it shed any light on what really happened between the teenager and george zimmerman on the night of the fatal shooting? we'll take a closer look. and new opposition to the controversial keystone pipeline plan that could help bring down gas prices. some say it is just not worth the cost. what's behind this latest backlash. i have three daughters and my son, and then i have eleven grandkids. right when you see them, they're yours, it's like, ah, it's part of me. it's me again. now that i'm retiring they all have plans for me. i'm excited. you walk into a conventional mattress store, it's really not about you. they say, "well, if you wanted a firm bed you can lie on one of those. if you want a soft bed you can lie on one of those." we provide the exact individualization that your body needs. wow, that feels really good! once you experience it, there's no going back. at the sleep number memorial day sale, save 40% on our innovative sleep number silver edition bed-for a limited time. only at the sleep number store, where queen mattresses start at just $699. jenna: "fox bu
FOX News
Dec 27, 2015 12:00pm PST
stories we reported on this year. >> our journey begins just up the hudson river at george washington's creation, west point. the oldest continuously operated military post in the united states. it is there you can now experience the major battles that shaped our nation on a golf course, the course at west point allows you to tee up while you take in a history lesson that unfurls one hole at a time beginning with the american revolution and ends with afghanistan. i had an opportunity to play the course while honor aing the men and women that gone to war to keep the rest of us free. you'll find it 50 miles west of new york city and 250 years back in the history of this nation. >> george washington found this to be what he called the key to the continent and thought if he could control west point and the hudson river against the largest navy and army in the world, british army and navy, we could secure the united states and it was an eight-year war in the revoluti revolution. ♪ >> west point, george washington's brain child. the nation's oldest military academy known for it
FOX News
Dec 2, 2016 8:00am PST
. >> they say he's the closest thing to general george patent that we have and it's about time. it's about time. [cheers and applause] >> members of the media and the several thousand strong crowd were caught off guard by the timing of the announcement. they weren't the only ones. kellyanne conway she did not know the mattis pick will be made from the podium last night. >> we did not have a clue that he would do that at that moment. but that's okay, i have an ongoing clue that east an unconventional. peter peer carrier se valed -- revealed they got $7 million a year. at trump towers former u.s. embassador john bolton to be on short list of secretary of state and pam bondi who backed trump early and also democratic u.s. senator heid who released very a complementary statement about the president elect and whose invitation could affect the plans of power in the senate. if she was offered and accepted the job of mechanics and left senate, there's no guaranty that her seat right now filled by democrat in north carolina would stay blue. peter ducey. jenna: in the meantime interviews conti
FOX News
Jul 5, 2013 8:00am PDT
of the george zimmerman court trial. there is the defendant understand right now, the medical examiner taking questions from prosecutors of the state of trayvon martin's body. testifying martin suffered and survived and actually lived between 1 to 10 minutes after he was shot. let's take you now live to the courtroom in florida. >> my question is, would he have been conscious at least for a few minutes based in your opinion? >> i need to tell the jury how i have an opinion. in opinion is based on the fact and my time learning. >> you talk about other autopsies you've done in your life. >> yes. i believe trayvon martin was alive for 1 to 10 minutes after he was shot. i give a margin of error. the reason i give 10 minutes this because three weeks ago -- >> let me stop you. you have prior cases you have dealt with, we believe it at that. talking about your opinion is based on your experience. >> yes. >> let me ask another question about that. are you saying his brain is still technically a life come in other? >> yes. >> his brain is still alive. >> yes. >> he can still feel pain,
FOX News
Apr 25, 2013 8:00am PDT
folks. jon: fox news alert. the dedication of the george w. bush presidential center is underway. we are live in dallas. we will soon hear from all five living u.s. presidents. the ceremonies, the speeches, plus in-depth analysis through the next two hours. a live report on it all moments from now. but first, right now brand-new stories and breaking. jenna: we have new details in the boston marathon bombings, how the explosions were triggered, as investigators apparently hit a snag in questioning the only surviving suspect. we'll have that report for you. plus new information on the president's healthcare law could members of congress who passed it vote to exempt themselves from it? there is dedate about that happening on capitol hill. we'll break it down for you. a woman crossing the street is hit by a car and thrown to the sidewalk. her condition, what about this hit-and-run driver? all "happening now." back to texas now and our top story. we are glad you are with us, everybody. a really, truly special day here, i'm jenna lee. jon: history in the making. i'm jon scott. we are l
FOX News
Jun 12, 2014 8:00am PDT
george h.w. bush is about to do to celebrate his 90th. i put on twitter this morning, quote, a wonderful day in maine, nice enough for a parachute jump. that is what he is going to do. talk about the fact that, eric he is on twitter at age 90. that is accomplishment. let alone he will jump out of a plane in may. he will jump with retired member of the golden knights team, a parachute jump team as you may know. that is the helicopter we believe is carrying the former president as he makes this jump. they were a little worried about weather and some fog and rain here on the east coast. but apparently the weather cleared up and they're off ready to do this. just a quick note, president bush certainly has done a lot in his life. he jumped out of a lot of planes. this will be his 8th parachute jump for his birthday. to recap some of the things he has done in his life. service to this country in world war ii, being one of them. received the distinguished flying cross for his bravery. he served in many roles in government. as a diplomat, cia director, leader of his party, the republican party.
FOX News
Apr 13, 2012 11:00am EDT
is the former senior adviser and deputy chief of staff to president george w. bush, also a fox news contributor. nobody knows polls better than you do, karl, worth pointing out that essentially the president and mitt romney are tied because of the margin of errors. when you look at those numbers for a sitting president to be in that kind of a position against a challenger who is months away from the nominating convention, this is not good news for the white house, is it? >> yeah, yeah, polls are going to go up and down, but what is amazing to me is that romney is slightly ahead or as you say statistically died with obama at the end of a very ugly primary process that has not been particularly helpful to mitt romney. if you look inside the numbers the ballots really are interesting among independent voters. independent voters break for romney by a 43-37 margin, and the deeper you go into this poll the worse it looks for president obama. jon: one of those polls includes the question about economic policies. are the president's economic policies helping or hurting american voters? here
FOX News
Aug 28, 2015 8:00am PDT
hispanic voters, this matters, right? at the high water mark for george w. bush in his two elections he received 4% of -- 44% of the hispanic vote, right? in barack obama's two elections, his high water mark was 71% of support from the hispanic community. right now donald trump, who is leading this the polls for rt republican, likely to be their nominee, has a a -51% rating wih his an panics. and if he's the nominee, there's no way you can win in the general election with a -51 president approval rating from hispanics, that's a real problem for them. jon: he was supposed to have an event this mobile, alabama tonight, they had to book the much larger 40,000-feet football stadium to get the people in who, apparently, want to attend. >> you know, jon, i think what donald trump speaks to is a dissatisfaction in the united states with people who are saying the politicians in washington, they make all these promises, they say that they're going to cut the budget deficit, that they're going to repeal obamacare, and you know what? they don't do anything. they don't actually mean what they sa
FOX News
Nov 11, 2014 8:00am PST
affair at the george bush presidential library center in texas as former president george w. bush launches the release of his new book. it happens to be about his father, president george h.w. bush. it is called, 41, a portrait of my father. casey stiegel live at texas a&m university in college station, texas with a bit after preview. hi, casey. >> reporter: heather this, book is a love story, a love a son has for his father. it is only presidential biography written by a former u.s. president. the personal biography covers elder bush's life and his career. delving into 41's political contributions as president, vice president, cia director, u.s. representative to china and the u.n. and as a congressman but it also goes way, way back to the early years. >> i tell the story of his courage as a navy pilot who volunteered during world war ii. his brush with death after his plane was shot down and a woman he thought of as he floated alone in the pacific. his beloved barbara, my one-of-a-kind mother. >> reporter: now to celebrate the book's release an event is planned at bush president
FOX News
May 22, 2015 10:00am PDT
george bush. it was interesting he was careful. it was not bush himself spent too much money, it was the problem that republicans in general spent too much money and he didn't restrain them. the other candidates would put it forcefully. >> it seemed like jeb bush was atop of the polls. and name id helped him. is it still helpful? >> fair or not. name and association with george bush hurts him. people react of a dynasty and they don't want that. and secondly there's people who had problems with the policy of george bush whether the wars or spending, you know that hurts jeb bush. he's being very careful to find. and i think that is right to find safe ground and safe way to distance himself from his brother. >> and the especially unfair thing they are not especially close. it is not like they are two peas in a pod. >> interesting, we'll continue to report on that obviously. >> welcome. >> and we also want to hear from you. hillary clinton has been reluctant to answer questions from the media do you think the strategy will work for her in the long way. it is a long way to election day. g
FOX News
Jan 27, 2012 11:00am EST
nine-point lead over gingrich among republican leaders in that poll. let's talk about it with george bennett, a political writer for the palm beach post. he was at last night's republican debate. george, what's your headline? >> we wrote today about romney being on the attack and taking it to newt gingrich really for the second debate in a row. jon: and that's bad news for newt gingrich and his supporters. i mean, he has done well in the debates. he hasn't had as much money to spend, habit had the organization -- hasn't had the organization that mitt romney has had x he has counted on debate performances to propel him toward the front of the pack. if his debate performance last night was lackluster, not good news. >> right, yes. in south carolina two very strong debates, and he really got the crowd on his side and really fired up voters there in those debates, but coming into florida, um, romney was pretty aggressive in the debate monday, and then last night's debate was, the crowd was allowed to respond, and so you got a little more of an electricity in the room, and romney went aft
FOX News
Jun 28, 2013 8:00am PDT
conversations. thank you. >> pleasure. jon: we are back to the george zimmerman murder trial, the first full week in the courtroom, wrapping up with testimony from a neighbor who says he saw the fight between the self-proclaimed neighborhood watchman and teenager trayvon martin. what he's saying about what happened that night. >>> also, a big controversy involving the u.s. park police. a new report says thousands of weapons are missing, and the park police just lost 'em. we'll explain what might have happened. jon: right now former new england patriot aaron hernandez is spending a second full day behind bars after a judge denied his request for bail. the former nfl star charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of another man. molly line joins us now live from boston. >> reporter: jon, authorities are seeking this third man in connection with the death of oden lloyd, and they warn that he is armed and dangerous. his name is ernest wallace. he's 44 years old and also goes by the names bo and fish. he has a very heavy build and is wanted for accessory after the fact of the murder
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Feb 16, 2016 10:00am PST
: hi, john, george w. bush on the campaign trail is having an affect. today ted cruz held an event to talk about his military and defense policies on the uss worktown in north charleston. he has been be very aggressive in a battle with marco rubio over defense policy. rubio said that cruz voted to cut defense spending. and today cruz is making the argument that he is in favor of a robust military and outlining how he would do that. and jeb bush, having had his brother here last night is pushing hard and going after donald trump, not only for criticizing his brother over the iraq war and weapons of mass destruction and saying that george bush lied. but making the point donald trump doesn't have military experience. he called him militaryistic because he went to a military school. here is jeb bush taking a shot the at donald trump. >> the leading candidate for president on our side said we don't need sois increase spending. i guess the real estate skills will magically bring to light the weapon suspects necessary to keep our war fighter ares safe and have a magically will have an army a
FOX News
Jul 15, 2013 11:00am EDT
"happening now." jon: more protests over the not guilty verdict in the george zimmerman murder trial. now the feds say they're considering civil rights charges. good monday morning to you, i'm jon scott. jenna: there might be a next chapter to all of this. jon: it doesn't seem to end. jenna: i'm jenna lee. under increasing pressure from the naacp and several lawmakers the justice department is considering continuing its investigation of the zimmerman case. the u.s. attorney's office and the civil rights division are looking at the evidence and as well as the trial testimony to see if a federal prosecution is appropriate here. thousands of demonstrators meantime are holding protests across the country. they did so across the weekend following saturday's verdict. most were peaceful but several turned violent with acts of vandalism. some protesters were taken into custody for disorderly conduct. jonathan serrie is live in sanford, florida, with the latest from there. jonathan, where did the protests go bad? >> reporter: hi jenna. two cities in california in. los angeles two groups of pr
FOX News
May 10, 2012 8:00am PDT
president attends a sold-out, record setting fund-raiser at actor george clooney's los angeles mansion. hollywood is, of course, home to some of the most high profile supporters of same sex marriage. this development, likely, will rally that part of the democratic base and bring in lots of money. but what other political consequences might it have come november? let's talk to a.b. stoddard about it, associate editor of the hill, she has a new column on the president's stance on gay marriage. a.b., you think that he was sort of dragged into this by joe biden. >> well, he admitted that he was. at least in terms of the timing. i think the president had a long, public evolution on this topic, it was clear to all those in the activist community that he had actually decided he was supportive of same sex marriage, but that he was waiting for some perfect moment. he admits in this interview he was going to do this before the convention, he was going roll it out in his way, but it was an evolution that had ended and he had already made a decision and the fact that his vice president spoke too s
FOX News
Feb 24, 2011 11:00am EST
purchased bomb materials, researched u.s. targets, including former president george w bush, his residence. neil is joining us live. what is your read on it. >> reporter: it shouldn't come as any splice to us. we've had a lot of incidents in the last couple of years. everything from the times square bombing attempt to major hasan down in texas who shot those people at fort hood. we've got a growing problem of islamist extremists in the united states, particularly young islamists taking action on their own. jenna: any significance, this being a national from saudi arabia. >> reporter: you have to remember that bin laden was from saudi arabia. we've had a number of recruits from saudi arabia. that was their principle target. that's why they attacked the united states. it shouldn't come as a surprise either that this guy is from saudi arabia. we've had people from a whole variety of different middle eastern countries who have tried to carry out attacks in this country. jenna: we'll continue to watch the developments here as the wires keep on crossing about this. we have you onto talk about li
FOX News
Feb 5, 2013 11:00am EST
martin murder case. a judge ruling on an important request by the attorneys for george zimmerman. we're live from the courthouse in florida with more on that. >>> plus, what are the odds of this? an arizona couple gets the surprise of their life while canoeing in open ocean. can your hearing aid do this? lyric can. lyric can. lyric can. lyric by phonak is the world's only 24/7, 100% invisible hearing device. it's tiny. but that might be the least revolutionary thing about lyric. lyric can be worn 24/7 for up to four months, without battery changes. call 1-800-411-7040 for a risk-free trial. cookie: there's absolutely no way anyone can see it even if they get right up to my ear. michael: wake up, go to sleep...showering, running, all your activities. lyric can also give you exceptionallclear, natural sound in quiet and noisy environments because of how it works with your ear's own anatomy. can your hearing aid do all this? lyric can. to learn more about lyric's advanced technology, call 1-800-411-7040 or visit trylyric.com for a risk-free 30 day trial offer and free dvd and brochure. get
FOX News
Nov 19, 2013 8:00am PST
. >> i guess. >> some new information on george zimmerman's latest arrest. this is big news over the last 24 hours. he is set to make a court appearance in a few hours from now on charges of assaulting his girlfriend, four months after he was acquited in the murder of an unarmed teenager, trayvon martin. here is a portion of his girlfriend's 911 call. >> are you serious? >> that 911, police, fire medical. >> you're breaking stuff in my house? >> ma'am? what is going on? >> he is in my house and breaking all my stuff and i asked him to leave. with his freaking gun and breaking all my stuff. jenna: we're live at the seminole county justice center in sanford, florida, with the latest on this. phil, how did this all come about. >> reporter: they say it came about because of a breakup conversation led to heated arguing and broken furniture in her house. she claims that george zimmerman pointed a shotgun at her face and physically shoveed her out the front door. the result, george zimmerman back here in the seminole county jail where he is being held behind bars in isolation without any bond. h
FOX News
Jul 21, 2015 8:00am PDT
, the brothers all slept in the same room. they didn't have a lot. and uncle george told me would have nightmares and he would speak in japanese. and he told his brothers never wake me. never wake me from that nightmare because i don't know what will happen. let me sleep and wake up on my own. and uncle george, he is here today he is right over here. he is 89 years old. [applause] i so love my uncle george. he is the patriarch of our family. well, uncle george was in the infantry and he was scheduled to take a boat from england to belgium but the division he was in couldn't all fit in the poet. so they asked uncle george to wait until the next day. well that boat left england, on its way to belgium and a submarine launched a torpedo and sunk that boat and everyone on it perished. the next day uncle george took another boat and he landed in france. and he fought with great honor and he returned home and became a guidance counselor and guided young people for the next 38 years of his life. what a man! [applause] you know my father-in-law, we call him pops my grandfather, joined marines a
FOX News
Jun 17, 2011 11:00am EDT
basco thompson and casey anthony's father, george anthony, that showed they talked four times on the phone, the day before little caylee was reported missing and basco thompson is a one-time convicted kidnapper who served ten years in prison. well, he shoud up at the courthouse steps today to clear his name, saying he does not appreciate being thrown into this circus. >> i have no idea who george anthony is, i just seen him on tv, don't know him. and i don't know the guy in question. i didn't have that known number until -- phone number until february of '09. >> february of '09. so it appears to be, if that's true, sloppy work by the investigators for the defense team. it's been slow going inside the courtroom today, a little bit of evidence, a little bit of testimony, but most of this has been a lot of objections, and side bar conferences with the judge, and the jury has several times had togate up, go out, come back in, go out, come back in and it appeared somebody of them were getting frustrated with that. jenna: the twist and turns continue as expected. thank you very much, phil
FOX News
Feb 17, 2012 8:00am PST
who need it most might not see a dime. we'll look at the murder trial of george huguely accused of killing his ex-girlfriend yeardley love, also a lacrosse player. geraldo rivera on what could be a major deciding factor for jurors after the break. jon: did that multibillion, maybe 800 billion or more dollar stimulus package work? g.o.p. critics are speaking out today on capitol hill to mark the three-year anniversary of that deal or boondoggle, depending on how you view it. they claim the man was wasted on green projects like solyndra. ed henry live from the white house with more. >> reporter: republicans are certainly taking aim at the stimulus. they've done that for three years now. today being the third anniversary. when the president signed it into law he made pretty big promises about what it would do. one of them his economic team predicted that unemployment by february 2012 would be about 6%. right now it's more than 2 points higher than that though trend nothing a better direction these days. it's certainly far higher than predicted back then. republicans also taking aim at
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Dec 6, 2016 10:00am PST
to the beginning. 50 yards behind me. one of the eight paintings is by john trumble and george washington resigning his commission in 1783. thats was the precedent that was set so there is civilian control of the military. going to the constitution, the president, a civilian control of the military. and of course, congress can weigh in. this started with george washington and it's importance is depicted here in the capital rotunda. >> he needses a waive authority r for this is there a precedent? >> yes, 1950. george marshal author of the marshal plan. he was secretary of state, and became secretary of defense under president trumman and they passed the national security act much at that point you needed ten years. and they gave him a waiver and some people say are we setting a new precedent about what we said about george washington. they are looking at this with general mat is, can they do a new waiver. and lower the bar in 2008. most have served in the military before. chuck hagel was an enlisted man but they had been be out of the military for some years. >> what are the log
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Nov 4, 2016 8:00am PDT
george washington bridge lane closing trial. that involves two key esm allies of chris christie. the 9 count jury -- the nine counts against them have been decided by the jury. we don't know the verdict yet but as soon as we do, we will bring it to you. plus, jenna has a larger than life tribute to our presidents from the past. jenna: i guess to be next to these guys, the full story after the break . . jon: well as election day draws ever closer authorities from nearly every state are asking the department of homeland security to help make sure their election systems are safe from cyber attacks this comes as federal officials take steps to counter any election day chaos, including cyber attacks that could spread misinformation about candidates across social mead you yaw. doug mckelway joins us live from washington with more on all of this. how serious of a threat is this to the possible outcomes on tuesday, doug? reporter: well, jon, in terms of a threat to distort or manipulate actual vote count, probably not much. the reason? the voting system in the united states is deeply diverse
FOX News
Jul 6, 2011 11:00am EDT
? casey's parents, george and cindy anthony, were seen leaving the courtroom, soon after the verdict was read, without saying a word to their mother, casey's uncle saying the entire family is stunned. >> it was a shock. certainly it was. it was a shock. everybody was shobd. my concern is for my brother-in-law and sister-in-law and their relationship and where they're at, because obviously, they were on the same page, but not always on the same page when they were in that courtroom, and george is the one that was harmed the most, and i just -- i hope they are vindicated through this. that's my feeling. jon: fel keating, live for us in orlando, the next dramatic moment of this three-year saga, brings us back into that courtroom tomorrow, right phil? >> tomorrow 9:00 a.m., that is when casey anthony will return from the orange county jail where she remains incarcerated, and she will be sentenced on those four counts of lying to investigators. each of those four counts carries a 1-year sentence. she's been in jail for basically two years and ten months to this point but she did get convicted
FOX News
Jan 29, 2010 11:00am EST
. george tiller. we're hearing that this jury has just reached a verdict, alicia acuna is with us. the jury couldn't have been at it long. other other 30 minutes. we watched the judge, he sent the jury in for deliberations, they had to choose a foreman and go around the three different charges and from what we've been told by michelle brewer for fox news in the courtroom, everyone is being called back in for the reading of the verdict. now, there are three charges here, and there hasn't been much talk about the other two, first there's the first degree premedicated murder of dr. george tiller but there are two additional counts of aggravated assault because there were two men, members of george tiller's congregation, who chased after scott roeder after he scott dr. tiller in the head, and at one point, with each man, scott roeder has admitted he pointed his gun at them and said if they didn't get out of his way, he'd shoot them, so there are three counts, the most serious of which is first degree murder and with that charge, if there is a conviction, then it carries a mandatory life se
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Apr 24, 2013 8:00am PDT
be democrats. george w. bush, remember got 44% of the hispanic vote when he was running for re-election in 2004. republicans are going to be hurt by the hispanic vote whether this passes or not unless they learn how to appeal successfully to hispanic voters. so it's going to be bad either way for them unless they do this. jenna: as you get closer to seeing the light at the end of the tunnel there is a series of stages before this actually becomes the law of the land. how do you think politics starts to surface here where people are looking to take credit? this is going to be under potentially a democratic administration if it passes this year, marco rubio has also been the leader. who claims credit for it and who gets the win? that can sometimes disrupt even the best plans. what do you think about that? >> yes it can. it can upset the best plans. well, certainly democrats will claim credit. president obama will claim credit, although the best thing the president can do right now is stay out of it. i mean he can destroy the chances but i don't think he can enhance them much. if
FOX News
Dec 11, 2012 8:00am PST
for another 10 years. >> reporter: indeed, george will recently wrote that those alleged savings from not fighting two wars in afghanistan and iraq is like quote, cutting 800 billion by deciding not to build a ski resort on mars. further that nearly trillion dollars in cuts agreed to in the budget control act has not happened. >> the problem with that is that congress has done nothing to put legislation in place to cut spending to meet those caps. and that is one of the reasons that we're now in the fiscal cliff. >> reporter: critics say congress can not be totally honest about cutting the budget as long as baseline budgeting remains in effect. democrats used baseline budgeting to their advantage more than republicans but republicans are not immune to using it too. both parties are complicit in the kind of accounting that queen only exist in washington, jenna. jenna: that is so true. speaker boehner will talk on the floor at noon. we'll bring our viewers live what he has to say about the fiscal cliff negotiations. whether or not we can read a little bit what he has to say where w
FOX News
Jun 14, 2012 8:00am PDT
george w. bush's head on a spike in one seen in the violent drama? wait until you hear hbo's explanation. that and more all "happening now." jenna: our top story of the day, those dueling campaign speeches at nearly the same time in the same battleground state. do you think it is just a coincidence? jon: yeah, coincidence. jenna: just planning. we're glad you're with us. i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. right now president obama and governor romney getting ready to speak out how to fix our struggling economy. both candidates delivering speeches in ohio today, setting up the fierce debate that likely will decide the presidential election. the president making his remarks in cleveland. governor romney is in cincinnati. right now the race is very tight in that state. the latest "real clear politics" average of polls showing president obama with 46% of the ohio vote, governor romney only slightly behind with 44. chief political correspondent carl cameron live in washington for us. carl? >> reporter: jon, it is buckeye state battle. roll out all your cliches about swing state sl
FOX News
Feb 21, 2012 11:00am EST
contributor and former senior adviser and deputy chief of staff to president george w. bush. i'm sure you've looked at numbers karl. why is mitt romney having trouble in michigan? >> well, first of all, he may have been born there but he lived there 40 years ago and times change, and this is a volatile race, in the real clear politics average, it's santorum up by 3.2%, 34 and change to 31 and change, and you can see the volatility in the lasto in the polls that they've done in the last couple of weeks. there's a new poll out from ppp, a democrat operation in north carolina showing rates at 37, santorum, 33. a week ago, they had it at 39, santorum, 24, romney. if you step back even further, you can see the volatility of it. there's a local pollster, mitchell, he has a race today at 30 santorum, 32 romney, but basically, 18 days ago, he had it at 15 santorum, 31 romney. so we've had a highly volatile race, impacted largely by what happened outside of michigan and now being shaped in the final weeks by what's happening inside michigan. jon: there's also the polling that i mentioned in th
FOX News
May 30, 2011 11:00am EDT
. with us, karl rove, fox news contributor and former deputy chief of staff to president george w. bush. karl, it has been an eventful 24 hours as far as comments by sarah palin the former governor. the first one coming from senator mccain and her answer from that comment earlier today. let's run both of those for you. >> of course she can, she can. whether she will or not, whether she will run or not i don't know. but a lot of things happen in campaigns, chris. you remember i was written off a couple times and we were able to come back. there will be a roller coaster ride for all of them before we fine alley arrive at our nominee. but she certainly is a major factor and i believe that she can be very competitive. >> you think you can beat obama in 2012? sarah? >> i think any republican candidate is very, very electable. i think americans are ready for a true team to get our country back on the right track. jenna: senator mccain saying sarah palin is a major factor saying she can beat president obama. do you agree with that. >> he is right, in politics anything can happen. she has
FOX News
Jun 21, 2012 11:00am EDT
executive privilege invoked by every president since nixon. clinton did it 14 times. george w. bush did it six times. only when we have an investigation will we see if the president has good reasons for invoking executive privilege. rick: i wonder if that is the big press problem for the president here especially in the minds of independent voters. if you're someone who likes president obama you probably don't mind that he would invoke executive privilege. if you don't like him and you're not going to vote for him any way, it's those in the middle, undecideds, that might look at the prereceived hypocrisy and be upset about it. >> rick, you're right who is concerned about this probably won't vote for obama any way. the problem is, is there a cover up? as we've seen in the nixon administration and other administrations it's not about the act it's a cover up. barack obama said he didn't know anything about fast and furious and brian terry's murder. earlier he said his administration would be about accountability, and transparency and fast and furious has been just the opposite. for eri
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Jul 4, 2013 8:00am PDT
resting their case in the george zimmerman murder trial. our legal panel looks at the testimony so far and the strength of the state's case. >>> plus, a fierce battle still underway against that massive wildfire that killed 19 elite firefighters. we are live on the ground in arizona. ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm in my work van, having lunch, next minute i'm in the back of an ambulance having a heart attack. the emts gave me bayer aspirin. it helped save my life. i was in shape, fit. i did not see it coming. my doctor recommends i take bayer aspirin to help prevent another heart attack. [ male announcer ] aspirin is not appropriate for everyone so be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. i've lived through a massive heart attack. i don't take life for granted. see your doctor and get checked out. ♪ arthel: prosecutors preparing to rest te in the george zimmerman murder trial. yesterday the state calling an expert witness to testify about the dna found on both men's clothing. george zimmerman says he was acting in self-defense when he shot and killed trayvon martin, but t
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