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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
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
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
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 1, 2013 8:00am PDT
this hour for you including this one from the president. the president and former president george w. bush set to meet tomorrow in tanzania, both will participate in a wreath-laying ceremony honoring the victims of the 1998 terror bombing at the u.s. embassy there. in africa as well nelson mandela remains in critical condition today. the former south african president has been hospitalized for nearly a month with a recurring lung inventory effects. president zuma says the 94-year-old is stable but his condition has not changed. we are not giving up, that is a quote, that is the word from proposition 8 supporters after their motion to halt gay marriage in california was denied. justice anthony kennedy making the ruling over the weekend. greg: right now a new report from the "wall street journal" saying that health insurance rates could double, even triple under obamacare for some folks. and younger healthier americans, well, they are really going to that i can a wallop the biggest financial hit of all. notwithstanding many assurancessesassurances especially from the president that pre
FOX News
Jun 27, 2013 8:00am PDT
stand for day two of her testimony in the george zimmerman murder trial. as his defense attorney tries to poke holes in her story and her credibility. the dramatic new testimony from inside the courtroom that is coming up in a live report. plus, the new fallout from a muslim scholar's recent visit to the white house. why the obama administration says they allowed the radical cleric to stop by. bill: fox news alert. dramatic new testimony today in the george zimmerman murder trial in florida. it's underway right now. and the prosecution's star witness back on the stand for a second straight day. the teenager was on the phone with trayvon martin in the moments just before george zimmerman killed him. zimmerman says that it was self-defense and his attorneys have been trying to chip away at this witness' credibility. take a listen. >> at no time did you mention that you heard trayvon martin say get off, get off, correct? >> yes, sir. >> is that yes you did not say that? >> yes, sir. >> phil keating is live in sanford, florida, and phil just a remarkable exchange between the defense
FOX News
Jul 15, 2013 8:00am PDT
little longer. it is all "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 a
FOX News
Jun 17, 2013 8:00am PDT
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
Sep 25, 2014 10:00am PDT
which this president is channelling george bush in the general assembly. and he talked about isis and only understand the language of force and if the u.s. will join a world coalition and trying to degrade and dismantle a network of death which sounds like an alternative phrase to what george bush talked aboutaxis of evil. we could have used. that and that strikes me to the degree it is a very different message from the one the president said in the u.n. a year ago and talking about the fact that he was out of iraq and getting out of afghanistan and stable and secure the world s. and now talking about the world that is in terrible lack of security. you read my mindçó and no, we didn't set it up withÑi your stf before hand, but we have clips that show president obama sounding very much like the man he succeeded, george w. bush when he spoke to the u.n. 13 years ago not long after the attacks of 9/11. >> every nation has a stake inÑ this í#acause. as we meet, the terrorist are planning for murder, perhaps in my country or perhaps in yours. >> there will be no reasoning and no
FOX News
Dec 24, 2015 9:00pm PST
past through a lens of modern stories we reported on this year. >>> our journey begins at george washington 's creation, westpoint, the oldest continuously operated military post in the united states and it's there you can now experience the major battles that shaped our naelgdss. and they allow you to tee up that unhurls one hole as a time, beginning with the american revolution and ends with afghanistan. i had an opportunity to play the course with the men and women. who keep us free. 250 years back in the history of this nation. >> george washington found this to be the key of the continent and thought if he could control westpoint against the largest navy in the world, that we could secure the united states and it was an eight year war in the revolution. ♪ >> westpoint, george washington's brain child, the world's oldest academy. and it has trained. >> some of the best of those that have led in the war time. mcarthur, eisenhower, petraeus and now it's a place where america's warz and those who fought in them are memorialized in one of america's favorite games. >> good, perf
FOX News
May 13, 2016 8:00am PDT
deputy chief of staff to president george w. bush. both of them are fox news contributors. you are coming from the democratic side of things, you know how important it is on a presidential campaign to have everybody on the same page. what kind of work lies ahead for donald trump and others in the party who may have disagreed with him up until now? >> a lot of work. i think obviously it is a good thing for him to have these meetings and joint statement and things like that today but i agree with what john roberts said. it is more a truce than unity. you still have the speaker not endorsing him, two presidents, bush 41 and 43 won't be going to the convention, senate candidate saying they won't go to the convention. the truce has been called and we are far away from unity in the party. and they decide to embrace more say this isn't me and this is not a good choice for all these people to be on the ballot until they get that unity. jon: let's look at the big republican names who have recently endorsed donald trump, people like former vice president dan quayle, roger wicker, steve scali
FOX News
Dec 25, 2015 1:00pm PST
on this year. >> our journey begins just up the hudson river, and george's creation, west point: is there that 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 listen that unfurls one hole at a time, beginning with the american revolution and ending with afghanistan. i had the opportunity to play the course while honoring the men and women who have gone to war to keep the rest of us free. >> you'll find it 50 miles north 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 control the hudson river against the large e navy and army the world, the british arm andoffy, we could secure the united states. it was an eight, year would are in the revolution. [drumming] >> west point, george washington's brainchild. the nation's oldest military academy. known for its distive stone architecture and iconic cadet chapel. it trained grant and lee, pers
FOX News
Dec 19, 2013 8:00am PST
: george soros is born into communism, one of his supporters. george soros is a billionaire. you can make it with hard work in america. >> barack obama and many on the left, this is not just him, a whole point of view developed by academics on the left many years have a static view of american society. the idea that nobody can move up through the income scales and people at the top stay there and never come down. it's a very dynamic country, jon, and i don't think barack obama sees it that way at all. jon: you point out he has been president for the last five years and has something to do with -- >> there is all these opinion polls out say people are down in the dumps about the lack of opportunity right now but that reflects the way people feel in his presidency. he has been president for five years. we've had a growth rate of about 2%. ronald reagan had a growth rate of about 7% for several years. and i think if people could they would go back to that right now. jon: daniel henninger from "the wall street journal." >> thanks, jon. jenna: horrifying crime. a young man slaughtered in
FOX News
Jul 8, 2013 8:00am PDT
george zimmerman murder trial, back in session in florida. after two weeks of the prosecution calling witnesses now the defense is making its case. our legal panel breaks down today's proceedings coming up. jon: the second-degree murder trial of george zimmerman entering its third week of testimony today in florida. the defense getting its turn today, after prosecutors rested their case last friday. their goal? to convince jurors that zimmerman killed trayvon martin in self-defense. we've already heard from some of zimmerman's family but we still don't know whether george zimmerman himself will take the stand. joining me now, jennifer bonjean a criminal defense attorney. dr. michael baden a forensic pathologist and fox news contributor, and susan constantine, a jury consultant. welcome to each of you. jennifer, to you first, just having, you know, kept your nose into this case, and having heard what the prosecution presented, do they have enough to get a second-degree murder conviction in your view? >> i think that they may fall a little short. i think that there's enough contradictor
FOX News
May 18, 2012 8:00am PDT
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 business alert" on this friday. this
FOX News
Jul 3, 2013 8:00am PDT
. >> the george zimmerman murder trial about to resume right now following a short recess. the potentially game-changing ruling from the judge and all the latest developments. we are live with today's testimony just moments away. plus, a terrifying robbery caught on tape as a knife-wielding thief threatens employees at a popular fast-food restaurant. and he's just one of five surviving quadruple amputee veterans of afghanistan and iraq, sergeant travis mills takes the anchor seat to bring us up to speed on his inspiring recovery, "happening now" now. hello, everybody, i'm gregg jarrett in for jon scott. jenna: i'm jenna lee. the zimmerman trial about to get underway after a short recess. we are waiting testimony from a new witness any moments now. zimmerman's criminal law professor got off the stand that's what we watched this morning after the judge ruled they could present his college records which included a criminal justice course. how this is all figuring into the broader case is something we'll be talking about with phil keating. he's live outside the courthouse in sanford, florida.
FOX News
Jun 24, 2011 11:00am EDT
, rl, rk, and rj for identification? >> you may. >> [inaudible]. >> it was, george, myself or casey. mostly myself or george. >> who bought caylee's clothing? >> casey and i and relatives and friends. i mean, typical. she got a lot of gifts and but primarily casey and i did. >> did you do a lot of shopping at target? >> yes, ma'am. >> you recognize that the ciro brand on a lot of caylee's clothing is a target store brand, correct? >> yes. >> okay. can you take a look at those photographs that have been handed to you and tell me if you recognize any of the clothing in the photographs. if there is something you don't recognize, segregate that out. >> object at this time. these photographs do not show clothing. they show tags. >> tags on clothing. >> objection. overruled. she is just looking at them now. she is not testifying to them. >> do you recognize everything in all of those photographs? >> the only one i'm not certain of is, is re. i'm not sure if that's a shirt or a dress and i can't, looks familiar but i can't say what it is. >> all right. >> keep that one aside then. what do
FOX News
Feb 16, 2016 8:00am PST
to say it but he talked about the world trade center came down during the reign of george bush. i mean, it came down. >> i thought it was a little strange that a frontrunning candidate would attack the president of the united states who did could keep us safe while he was building a reality tv show. i'm sure it was a fantastic one, i've never seen the this is not about the frontrunning candidate for this is about how we can restore our country's greatness. to restore national security and that'swhy i am a candidate forpresident. >> in my experience, the strongest person usually isn't the loudest one in the room . go . [applause] >> joining us now, brett barrett the anchor of special report and brett, the predictions were that the south carolina primary could get ugly and they candidates seem to be allowing it to live up to expectations. >> yes john, good morning. it was expected that it was going to get down in the mud pretty soon after getting across the state border in south carolina and it did. but it's all candidates and they are swinging for the fences here the key question i
FOX News
Jan 29, 2016 10:00am PST
. you worked for george bush's campaign and helped to design george w. bush's immigration policy and in the committee, you saids i want to bring people out of the shadows, and now you want to trump, trump on immigration. >> they are really friends and get along. that's what they tell us. >> most talked about moment in the debate. they are responding to challenges on the immigration stances, specifically where they stand on the path of citizenship. senator marco rubio facing more questions on america's newsroom when bill hemmer asked if he was changing. >> to be more obvious would likely go a longer way. >> it is obvious. it is not changing your mind. that approach has no chance of passing. why would we bang our head-on a issue that has a 0 chance. it was attempted five times. >> this has to be solved by enforcement first and then pooem will be reasonable but the not until then. >> we'll bring in julie and jamie. so that is one of the most talked about moments and we saw the update. jamie, you have an interesting take on the immigration take and why did rubio come out ahead? >> it was hi
FOX News
Nov 11, 2014 10:00am PST
people there expected. >> that should be a busy place. >> amazing. president george bush is talking about the launch of his new book. entitled "a portrait of my father. ". let's listen. >> president reagan, first of all midterms and all of that stuff. the party lost eight societies in '86. and in the bock i put in there people get tired of a president after six years. (laughter) and not as tired as you get of the chief of staff. >> andrew, please. and so there is a big pressure from dad to distance himself from reagan, but he would never do that to a friend. but he also had the wisdom necessary to know that in a campaign you make sure the person that you are affiliated with is strong as possible and not weak going in a general election. so a classic case of, of understanding human nature and politics. >> well, when your dad's term as president ended and he moved back to texas? >> yeah. >> that was a beginning of a transition for you as well? >> correct. >> you started to think about what you might be doing? >> tell us what the conversation of entering in the political arena again. i
FOX News
Apr 26, 2013 8:00am PDT
library this week is nine months into george bush's presidency 9/11 happened. the presidency had just begun. from that point forward bush's presidency basically became the war on terror. one of the thirst things he did was pass the day tree at act, it passed within a couple of days. all of us recall how for years the proceed sreugs of the patriot act especially the wiretapping conditions became a pitched battle between the democrats. the left and the bush cheney domestic spying programs and all that. what questions are being asked all this week about the boston bombing? what did we know about the tsarnaev brothers and when did we know it and how many balls were dropped? the tools to track the tsarnaev brothers were created by the patriot act, something that i must say the obama administration has defended in court. but is it being used by these security beauracracies right now in way that it was intended? jenna: we don't know the answer to that. we are still looking into the investigations and reporting to see where the cross over or maybe the miss links are, it's interesting in
FOX News
Sep 20, 2012 8:00am PDT
is looking at 1980 reagan model for a last minute victory and they're looking at a george bush 04. jon: ab stoddard from the hill. thanks. interesting noll says. >> thank you. uma: fox news alert. hundreds of college students taking to the street in the fifth straight day of demonstrations in pakistan. they're talking about the anti-islamic film produced in the united states. chanting anti-americanans and bd israeli flags. meanwhile the department of state reviewing warning widespread unrest could pose an increased threat for americans in pakistan. u.s. citizens are being advised not to travel there unless absolutely necessary. >>> new information on the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya that left four americans dead. sources are telling fox news they are convinced the attack in benghazi was directly tied to al qaeda and they believe a former detainee at the u.s. detention center in guantanamo bay may have led the assault. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge joins us live from washington of the catherine, we learning about the former detainee? what do we know n
FOX News
Apr 23, 2012 11:00am EDT
his old name, jenna. jenna: somebody to consider, i guess. david lee, thank you. jon: george zimmerman walks out of jail overnight after posting $150,000 bail. he will remain free while awaiting trial on second degree murder charges in the fatal shooting of trayvon martin. phil keating is live in sanford, florida with an update for us now. phil. >> reporter: good morning. george zimmerman is back into the life he was living before being arrested, that's when he started facing murder charges and that is back into a world of hiding. shortly after midnight, he along with his bail bondsman left the side door of the seminole county jail, he was clearly wearing what appeared to be a bullet-proof vest, again, underneath his brown steelers jacket, carrying one brown bag full of personal belongings and then within about a minute from first walking out the door to it all being over with, zimmerman was gone, and no media followed, as two deputies made sure they had a couple of cars to block it in case anybody did. as for zimmerman, certain conditions of his release now on bond, he has t
FOX News
Jun 2, 2011 11:00am EDT
joined by george kelly, an attorney who lives in this springfield. and, george, we were able to connect because i e-mailed one of my colleagues over at fox business who i knew had family in the area and said, hey, is everybody okay. he told me you were, but it's been quite a few hours. how are you holding up? >> we're holding up fine. my house doesn't have power, but that's a minor inconvenience compared to some of the stories i'm hearing and about some of the damage i've seen as i've moved about the city. jenna: have you ever been in a tornado, george? >> no. we've been in a lot of hurricanes up here, some of 'em pretty bad, but the power of this type of storm really dwarfs what a hurricane is. i mean, what a tornado is. this thing came right across -- jenna: sorry, george. yeah, please, tell us a little about it. for those of us who have never been in a tornado, we can relate just not knowing exactly what to do or what's going on. >> yeah. i was baby sitting my grandchildren one town over and happened to be watching the weather on television, and at the very moment the weathermen are
FOX News
May 16, 2012 11:00am EDT
, george huguely in his own words how he lied to detectives on the night he went to yeardley love's dorm room and how he reacted when police told him she was dead. that is coming up when we come right pack. i'm a home in a high-risk flood area. it doesn't look risky. i mean, phil, does this look risky to you? nancy? fred? no. well it is. in a high-risk area, there's a 1-in-4 chance homes like us will flood. i'm glad i got flood insurance. fred, you should look into it. i'm a risk-taker. [ female announcer ] only flood insurance covers floods. visit floodsmart.gov/risk to learn your risk. jenna: well it's a case that really captured the nation's attention. george huguely, a former student at the university of virginia convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend and fellow lacrosse player yeardley love back in 2010. now for the very first time police are releasing some evidence from that case including huguely's interrogation video. an important part to this all. rick has details on this. >> reporter: these are quotes, jenna written down by a reporter from "the washington post" who was sho
FOX News
Mar 27, 2014 8:00am PDT
two major areas. we certainly covered a lot. one is the closing of the lanes on the george washington bridge and whether or not the governor did that has political retribution as he has been accused of. taking a look at accusations the way the governor allotted sandy aid done somehow in unethical way. this review is being done by a specific law firm though that is the law firm of chris christie. so there are a couple of twists and turns of this story. eric shawn standing by. we're expecting folks to step to the podium. eric, what should folks know what we are about a to hear? >> this 360 page report, it concludes that governor chris christie didn't know. they interviewed 70 witnesses, cost about a million dollars. reviewed 250,000 documents in all this. this review was done by a law firm that has worked for christie's administration in the the past. the lead lawyer we're about to hear from is randy mass slow. a long-time new york political fixture. a deputy mayor and chief of staff for former mayor rudy giuliani, a christie ally. they did interview governor christie. had ac
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Feb 23, 2010 11:00am EST
has a history of heart problems. kelly wright is at george washington university with the latest. what do you know? >> reporter: according to spokesperson leasero oat peter long, former vice president cheney has been here overnight, actually just doing well, he's going to go through a series of tests today and then his family will be notified in terms of what the diagnosis is going to be but he was rushed to this hospital on monday, as you were mentioning, because of the fact that he was experiencing some chest pain, and any time someone who has had as many heart attacks as dick cheney is, four to be impact since he was age 37 when the first one took place in 19 # eight, with the heart attacks and a couple of procedures after that that are well documented, any time he has chest pains he perhaps does the right thing, getting to the hospital. he's here and we're awaiting more details about what will unfold here today. jane: a little more about the history of his heart problems? >> reporter: yeah, we can talk about the history of the heart problems, as we go back to 1978, where he had his
FOX News
Nov 21, 2016 10:00am PST
man who he clearly did not want to be president. >> i think it is a little bit of an over read. george bush largely faded from the scone and bill clinton was active in the spotlight as he tried to build his foundation and make the case for democrat. i think obama will be a blend of the two. he will not led the democratic party or appearing on cable news show. but raise bibillion for the library endowment and make public speeches and he will make commentary on the president. the eran of clinton and obama are largely over and it is critical for democrats to find new voices to articulate the democratic vow of the world and do it in a constructive way and it is a time for new blood and spirit inside of the democratic party. everybody understands that it. >> we played a clip from sean hanity from former president bush 43, he is it not think it is helpful to the country or presidency if one president piles on you know, and advises his successor, what do you think? >> listen, i think the democratic party is in disarray and president obama is at a loss. think about what you just covered. presi
FOX News
Mar 3, 2010 11:00am EST
. here's where the story begins this is the line separating george's private land from the public beach. now, according to the california coastal commission which which is unelected body if your land is continuous to state land they have the right to tell you what you put here and how you use it. in fact there's a sign back there that says george's beach. they maintain that intimidates people from using the beach. they say these flowers john are non-native and therefore they must be removed and they say this tarnishes the beach image. let's go to the bo if you can look from above you can see the property line is very distinct and should not confuse the public. you can see the neighbor actually has a fence on the land. they maintain when george replaced his old picnic table and barbecue that he needed a permit so he said i'll get the permit. he spent $10,000 on a wave report a geology report and they still denied his permit for existing structures. >> up we start -- if we start letting the law slide in individual cases cumulatively the result of that will be a statewide loss of public ac
FOX News
Jun 25, 2013 8:00am PDT
. coach and eye on it for us. jenna: from washington to florida, day two of testimony in the george zimmerman trial. prosecutors are pushing to have a series of calls george zimmerman made to miss admitted as evidence. zimmerman made several nonemergency calls about suspicious people in his neighborhood in the weeks and months before he shot trayvon martin. prosecutors say these calls are indicative of zimmerman's state of mind that night. here is one of those calls that zimmerman made. >> okay and is he white, black or hispanic? >> black. >> i talked to detective walker and gave him a description of the guy we see now. >> what is he wearing right now? >> a white tank top and black shorts. and brown scandals, and black socks. >> okay and is he walking? >> yes. >> okay. and so is he near the -- >> the back entrance to the neighborhood. jenna: phil keating is live outside the courthouse with the latest. phil. >> reporter: it's more to note the jury was not inside the courtroom to listen to these contentious arguments, and judge debra nelson is going to mull over and establish case law
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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
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Nov 24, 2010 11:00am EST
terrorism. jenna: george wanted to know about the power of a governor, because of the traveling and the tsa controversy that's popped up, he wants to know can you use your state power to overrule what the tsa says, so in a louisiana airport, for example, you can say i don't believe in the scanners, and then when you fly into louisiana, the scanners aren't there. do you have that sort of power? >> no. unfortunately, i know a lot of airports have talked about opting out of tsa but even if you used private sector -- or private management or other screening services, the reality is the federal government, homeland security, tsa, sets those rules and regulations. now, we are through our delegation trying to push back pretty hard to say this doesn't make sense to us because again, i don't think any person wants to be relaxed in fighting terrorism or hurting our perimeters or our defense, but we see the grandmother, the child being groped and manhandled, we know that's not really improving our security and our safety. this administration seems to be more worried about giving the terrorist righ
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Oct 8, 2012 8:00am PDT
perhaps than general george marshal, the chief of staff of the army who became secretary of state and secretary of defense. who helped vanquish fascism and planned europe's rescue from despair. his commitment to peace was born of his direct knowledge of the awful costs and consequences of war. general marshall once said, quote, the only way human beings can win a war is to prevent it. those words were true in his time and they are true in our time. last month our nation was attacked again. a u.s. ambassador and three of our fellow americans are dead, murdered in benghazi, libya. among the dead were three veterans, all of them were fine men, on a mission of peace and friendship to a nation that clearly longs for both. president obama has said that ambassador chris stevens and his colleagues represented the best of america and he's right. we all mourn their loss. the attack against us in libya were not an isolated incident. they were accompanied by anti-american riots in nearly two dozen other countries, most in the middle east but also in africa and asia. our embassies have been attack
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Sep 8, 2010 11:00am EDT
back on track. a big part of the debate is what to do with the george w bush tax cuts of 2001 and 2003 which are set to expire at the end of this year. republicans say if they are allude -- allowed to expire it will hurt the economy. president obama wants to extend some of them but not all. he is going to say the bush tax for the middle class be extended but for the wealthy they be allowed to expire. he's going to talk about a whole series of ideas he's laid out in recent days talking about economic expansion and growth. $200 billion worth of tax cuts for small businesses, that includes a doubling of the write off for small businesses to buy new plant and equipment. they'll go from 50% to a hundred percent for the first year. and a hundred billion tkars in research and development credits, to look at new ways to create jobs. it tends to help a lot of larger corporations and companies. small businesses think it won't help them that much. and $50 billion in additional infrastructure spending. roads, runways and railways expenditures. that would otherwise be put into a highway bill w
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Jun 21, 2012 8:00am PDT
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 eric holder to say he'll meet with darrell issa and turn
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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
Sep 23, 2011 11:00am EDT
final two, at this stage in 1971, george max govern who became the democratic nominee wouldn't have been in the final two. we have too many examples in history, is one potentially a nominee, yes, is it equally possible a third candidate, maybe newt gingrich, maybe somebody else is going to get past them, yes. so this is still a very, very wide open race. jon: spoken like a former history professor! newt gingrich, former speaker of the house as well, thank you very much. >> thank you. jenna: so he's saying he still has a chance. that's the takeaway there. jon: and the crowd liked a lot of what he had to say last night. jenna: it will be interesting to watch the candidates on the campaign trail. in the meantime we have to turn to d.c. and what's going on, scramble is on, trying to prevent the government from running out of money next week, avoiding a potential government shutdown. mike emanuel is on capitol hill, all eyes are on the senate at this hour about what they're going to do. what do we expect to happen? >> reporter: stop me if you've heard this before, we're running out of mo
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Jul 16, 2012 8:00am PDT
calls made by the man accused of killing an unarmed black teenager. breaking news in the george zimmerman case. >>> plus if you use hairspray, nail polish or certain other cosmetics you need to hear this. jenna: i'm listening. jon: how the things that keep you looking good might contribute to bringing on a very bad medical condition. it's all "happening now.". jenna: we have a lot of great stories for you today but we start with this fox news alert. brand new information, brand new report on the kidnapping of a boston pastor in egypt. we're glad you're with us, everyone. i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. the man who claims to have abducted the reverend michel louis, an american women with their church group and a tour guide claims he is talking to intelligence officials about releasing them but it comes with a condition. now there is word a secret plan might be in the works, this as the abductor else tells the ap he has been holding the trio since friday when he tooka tour bus on mount cairo and sinai. the pastor is diabetic. his family fears he is not getting the medical assis
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Feb 23, 2012 8:00am PST
convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend. how much the jury thinks george huguely should get when he is sentenced. and what the judge can do about that. >>> u.s. and north korea starting up nuclear talks for the first time since kim jong-il's death. we'll see if any progress is made to get the north korean government to disarmament steps. >>> scientists searching for new life on mars. what they found on the red planet and what it could mean. jon: well, it is a place that has no mayor, no city hall or courthouse and only one road. islandia, florida. it is the smallest city with population of just five. well, now islandia is about to disappear from the map completely. been asy for some 50 years but its status was always in question with some saying it was really just a part of a get rich quick scheme hatched by developers. phil keating live in miami with more. phil? >> reporter: like the original miami beach, carl fisher, if you build it they will come. that was the original plan. history of islandia, collection of 33 islands for super-rich. hideout for pirates and prohibition bootleggers
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Jun 14, 2012 11:00am EDT
. the fake head with the scraggly wig. there is a very strong resemblance to president george w. bush. we're only getting profile. what does hbo say about this? dennis kneale from the fox business network is here with more. >> reporter: hi, jeanne jenna. this just in from the department of extremely poor taste. hbo apologizing for hit series of "game of thrones" which used fake severed head of president george w. bush, grizzly say was unintentional oversight. we used whatever head we had around one writer explains. hollywood's longtime liberal bent and unrelenting sport of barack obama adding fuel to the fire. hbo's time warner, gave 80% of political contributions to obama and democrats in '08 election. hbo, 96% of its political cash went to dems in both 08 and 2012. none. producers and creators of "game of thrones" gave a dime to the democrats. so the head on stake scene was shown last year in the 10th episode of first season run of "game of thrones". no one noticed really. the detail shows up in the dvd of the series. rat.com was among first to notice this macabre homage to our form
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Jun 13, 2016 8:00am PDT
, so many of her men and women have died to protect our country over there, george bush and the theory of we will fight them over there so we don't have to fight them over here and now terrorists come to the most basic of cities in the united states. >> one of the things we say is that 9/11 the johnnies were fighting in one country. today we count about 18. 9/11 wasn't just about us. it was also about political revolution. that's the idea they had. the johnny revolution has swept across the majority of the world and that's increased the risk to us from numerous angles and that's why it's called the long war because we are in a long war and until we start fighting a generational battle against the ideas that motivated and helps organizations that promulgated in a real way, it's going to keep going. heather: the next debate we should have is what we can do as citizens to help out. >> i'm sick of coming here and talking about terrorist attacks. i only come out for the bad ones but the point is we have to address it in that generational struggle. what are we going to do to fight thi
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Apr 19, 2017 8:00am PDT
house press briefing where george is a special election is sure to be a big topic. democrats failing to avert a runoff despite huge spending and backing from hollywood. >> meghan: rising tensions with north korea should also be front and center. vice president pence with more tough words for a regime as president trump plaintiffs in his predecessors, especially president clinton. >> sandra: ari fleishcer is here. he will weigh in on all of that and more. "outnumbered," top of the hour. >> jon: expert team ahead. >> jenna: new information now in the body and to that manhunt of the accused facebook killer. >> it seems so mcdonald's employees might qualify for that $50,000 reward. police praising the fast-acting staff at the erie, pennsylvania, mcdonald's that stalled the killer by making him wait for fries. >> he looked like he was little nerve dub, a little agitated and didn't want to wait. he said he had to go. i'm thinking at that point, he might have been thinking that someone in the store recognized him and was trying to get out of here. >> the staff made the killer weight shortly
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Nov 3, 2014 8:00am PST
rove, former senior advisor and deputy chief of staff to president george w. bush. he is also a fox news contributor. you know earlier in the program we heard senator mary landrieu who is fighting for her life in louisiana say the president is not on the ballot. obviously he is not but his policies are. >> sure, look every midterm the white house party, in this case the democrats says, the president is not on the ballot but he is. this is chance for people to express their support or opposition to the president in the second midterm election. generally they want to express their opposition. jon: that in your view, is that what this election is about? >> it is about conformity of these individual democrats with the policies of the president. mary landrieu support the stimulus, and supported obama care. said she would vote for it again in a minute. they made it by their record, a case of do you approve of what the president has been doing or not. jon: usually i don't get a peek at your whiteboard when you're on remote camera but you brought it with you today. you're talking about the
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Aug 8, 2014 8:00am PDT
airstrike was carried out by two f-18 flights. george w. bush in the northern gulf dropping two laserguided 500-pound bombs on just one mobile artillery piece being pulled by a truck. the pentagon believes the strike was successful. follow last night to maintain airdrop a nearby mountain west may 40,000 starving ethnic and religious minorities have been fleeing toward slaughter with no escape routes available to them. we heard from chuck hagel in india saying it was successful with 60 of the 72 reaching the people stranded. the president's decision is coming under an array of criticism. a statement put out by speaker john boehner says in part "the president's authorization of is appropriate, but like many americans i am dismayed by the ongoing strategy recount in the threat isis poses to the region. the white house has remained disengaged despite words from iraq leaders, congress and members of his own administration. to that point, is interesting this admission has not been given a name. two people at the pentagon and others in the administration it may be quite intentional, ot
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Aug 18, 2017 8:00am PDT
, he's a former state public official and foreign policy advisor for george w. bush and also director of a program and education for the action institute. and robin simcox, he's a tear in national security analyst at the heritage foundation, margaret thatcher center for freedom. thank you both for joining us. in conor powell's report are just there, he heard them discussing more than 30 countries impacted by this terror attack. the importance of global effort to get behind stopping it. paul, what we need to do? >> we need to do what we are not doing and theresa may is right. that is to treat this as a generational war, internal to our society, are people who hate our freedom, the hate that we live differently than we do, they take advantage of our freedom, they take advantage of the way we live, they go to the lowest level side of life which of people walking around in public places and a stamp and they shoot and they drive cars into them. the only way to do it that is human intelligence. there's only what to do it that is to find out on the ground, the way the israelis do this, and it w
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Aug 14, 2014 8:00am PDT
vacation with, they said laura and georg george bus, barack obama or neither. 39% said they would rather vacation with laura and george bush. and then hillary and bill clinton versus michelle and barack obama. 42% overwhelmingly versus 25% wanted to vacation with hillary and bill clinton. which one would you rather vacation with? >> neither. i would rather be by myself leaving politics alone so i can have rest. >> i would rather absolutely vacation with the clintons. i know they throw a good party. the president has taken a third of the amount of days president bush and laura did when they were in office at this time so maybe i would want to vacation with the bush because their vacation days were a lot more than i have right now. >> always bring up the bush when you cannot make your own argument. >> we appreciate it. if you go on vacation, let us know. ed: we're hearing from white house spokesman as a state of the president's statement in a few moments will be on the latest situation in iraq, the president will now have to women situation we have seen several nights of protests after an
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